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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

poverament 

Publications 
OF THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



FOR THE 



Year Ended 31st March 



1939 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. I. 1940 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed by T. E. Bowman, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1 939 




To The Honourable Albert Matthews, 

Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Ontario. 

May It Please Your Honour : 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour the Public 
Accounts of the Province of Ontario for the year ended March 31st, 1939. 

Respectfully submitted, 



M. F. Hepburn, 

Treasurer. 



Treasury Department, Ontario, 
October 16th, 1939. 



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Provincial Auditor's Office, 

October 16th, 1939. 

The Honourable M. F. Hepburn, 
Provincial Treasurer. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit to you the Public Accounts of the 
Province of Ontario for the year ended March 31st, 1939, in accordance with 
the requirements of the Audit Act. 

Respectfully submitted, 

H. A. Cotnam, C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Index to Details of Revenue and Expenditure 





Expenditure 


Revenue 


Agriculture Department 


Page 
A 1-42 

B 1-33 

C 1-46 

D 1-11 

E 1-63 

F 1-57 

G 1-3 

Q 5-8 

H 1-18 

I 1-22 

J 1-4 

K 1-2 

L 1-9 

T 1-10 

M 1-8 

N 1-8 

1-4 

P 1-25 

Q 1-21 
U 1-2 
R 1-19 
S 1-21 


Page 
14-15 


Attorney-General's Department 


16 


Education Department 


17 


Game and Fisheries Department 


18 


Health Department 


18-19 


Highways Department 


20-21 


Insurance Department 


21 


Interest 




Labour Department 


22 


Lands and Forests Department 


22-23 


Legislation 


24 


Lieutenant-Governor's Office 




Mines Department 

Miscellaneous 


24 


Municipal Affairs Department 


25 


Prime Minister's Department 


25 


Provincial Auditor's Office 




Provincial Secretary's Department 

Provincial Treasurer's Department 

Public Debt, Loan Advances, Special Fund Repayments, Etc. . 
Public Welfare Department 


26 

27 
31-33 

27 


Public Works Department 


28 







alphabetical index at back of book 



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INDEX TO STATEMENTS 



Statement 

No. PAGE 

Assets and Liabilities 6-7 

1 Consolidated Revenue Fund 8-9 

2 Ordinary Revenue and Expenditure 10-1 1 

3 Capital Receipts and Disbursements 12-13 

REVENUE 

Department of — 

4 Agriculture 14-15 

5 Attorney-General 16 

6 Education 17 

7 Game and Fisheries 18 

8 Health 18-19 

9 Highways 20-21 

10 Insurance 21 

11 Labour 22 

1 2 Lands and Forests 22-23 

13 Legislation 24 

14 Mines 24 

15 Municipal Affairs 25 

1 6 Prime Minister 25 

1 7 Provincial Secretary 26 

18 Provincial Treasurer 27 

19 Public Welfare 27 

20 Public Works 28 

21 Interest, Commission, Exchange and Discount 29 

22 Capital Receipts 30 

23 Loan Repayments 31 

24 Special Funds Deposits 32 

25 Deferred Assets and Surplus Receipts 32 

26 Public Debt — Proceeds from Loans 33 

27 Corporations Tax 34 

28 King's Printer's Office 35 

MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 

Provincial Debt and Investment Thereof 38 

Gross Provincial Debt 39 

Net Provincial Debt 40 

Sources of Ordinary Revenue 41 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission — (Advances and Receipts) 42 

Loans to Municipalities, etc 43 

Buildings, Roads, etc 43 

Accounts Receivable 44 

Plant, Livestock, Stores and Equipment 44 

Deferred Assets 44 

Discount on Debentures 45 

Sinking Funds — Investments 46 

Province of Ontario — Stocks and Debentures 46a 

Railway Aid Certificates 47 

Temporary Loans — Treasury Bills 47 

Bank Overdraft 47 

Agricultural Development Finance Act — Province of Ontario Savings Office and 

Agricultural Loans 48- 

Special Funds 48 

Reserves 48 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 49 

Municipal Sinking Funds 50-51 

Drainage and Housing Loans 52 

Indirect Liabilities and Guarantees 53-58 

Payment to Officials from more than one source 59-60 

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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Page 

No. 



PROVINCE OF 
ASSETS AND 
As at March 
Capital Assets 



Realizable or Income Producing: 
Dominion of Canada — 

Subsidies— Capitalized at 5% $ 58,828,485 60 

Common School Fund (Ontario and Quebec) — 

Ontario's share of Fund 1,456,738 35 

Quebec Turnpike Trust (Ontario and Quebec).. . 3,262 50 

$ 60,288,486 45 

42 Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — 

Advances (Net) 147,840,544 16 

— Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway — 

Advances 30,207,934 92 

48 Agricultural Development Finance Act — 

Investments 42,885,267 50 

43 Loans to Municipalities 4,136,551 62 

44 Accounts Receivable 60,248 05 

$285,419,032 70 

43 Buildings, Roads, Etc. 402,474,840 25 

44 Deferred Assets 2,167,594 86 

45 Discount on Debentures — (Less proportion amortized) 8,422,477 94 

— Unemployment Direct Relief — (Less amount written off) 14,045,036 40 

Total Capital Assets $712,528,982 15 



Income Assets 

44 Accounts Receivable $ 2,222,754 73 

48 Interest Receivable (Past due and accrued) — 
Agricultural Development Finance Act — 

Investments 6,199,419 18 

44 Plant, Livestock, Stores and Equipment 2,279,170 80 

Total Income Assets 10,701,344 71 



$723,230,326 86 



1938-39 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



ONTARIO 
LIABILITIES 
31, 1939 



Page 
No. 



Capital Liabilities 



Funded Debt: 
46a Ontario Stock and Debentures $607,435,374 55 

46 Less— Sinking Funds 10,898,422 54 

$596,536,952 01 

47 Railway Aid Certificates 353,180 17 

$596,890,132 18 

Unfunded Debt: 

48 Demand Deposits with Province of Ontario 

Savings Office $ 40,092,333 06 

47 Temporary Loans— Treasury Bills 60,000,000 00 

47 Bank Overdraft 2,174,21 1 87 

48 Special Funds 4,688,234 64 

— Miscellaneous 9,500 00 

106,964,279 57 



Total Capital Liabilities $703,854,411 75 



Income Liabilities 



Accounts Payable $ 757,433 71 

Accrued Interest on Funded and Unfunded Debt.. . . 8,155,537 99 

Total Income Liabilities $ 8,912,971 70 



Total Liabilities $712,767,383 45 

48 Reserves 1,133,001 00 

Surplus 9,329,942 41 

$723,230,326 86 



53 Contingent Liabilities: 

Bonds, Etc., Guaranteed by the Province $143,838,873 98 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



NET RECEIPTS 



Statement 

CONSOLIDATED 

For the Fiscal Year, April 



Page 
No. 



14-15 
16 

17 

18 
18-19 
20-21 

21 

22 
22-23 

24 

24 

25 

25 

26 

27 

27 

28 

35 



31 
32 
32 

33 



47 



State- 
ment 



4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

28 



23 



24 

25 



26 



Department 



Agriculture 

Attorney-General 

Education 

Game and Fisheries 

Health 

Highways 

Insurance 

Labour 

Lands and Forests 

Legislation 

Mines 

Municipal Affairs 

Prime Minister 

Provincial Secretary 

Provincial Treasurer 

Public Welfare 

Public Works 

Stationery Account (Excess of 
distribution over purchases) 



Ordinary 



Loan Repayments — 

All Departments 

Special Funds — Deposits- 
All Departments 

Deferred Assets, etc 



Public Debt — Proceeds from 
Loans 



Total Net Receipts. 



Add — 

Bank Overdraft — 
March 31, 1939. 



$ c. 

333,023 49 

952,498 09 

141,456 88 

914,475 24 

1,473,086 89 

26,520,678 00 

237,644 89 

66,664 78 

4,643,425 93 

19,359 19 

3,094,978 30 

11,945 29 

19,041 76 

661,458 94 

47,716,720 78 

26 55 

35,424 51 

1,361 16 



86,843,270 67 



86,843,270 67 



Capital 



10,470 71 



61,152 15 
61,322 68 



16,543 79 



149,489 33 

4,774,809 16 

1,560,993 60 

2,464,156 41 



86,843,270 67 



8,949,448 50 
105,800,568 94 



114,750,017 44 



Total 



$ c. 

333,023 49 

952,498 09 

141,456 88 

914,475 24 

1,473,086 89 

26,531,148 71 

237,644 89 

66,664 78 

4,704,578 08 

19,359 19 

3,156,300 98 

11,945 29 

19,041 76 

661,458 94 

47,716,720 78 

26 55 

51,968 30 

1,361 16 



86,992,760 00 

4,774,809 16 

1,560,993 60 
2,464,156 41 



95,792,719 17 
105,800,568 94 



201,593,288 11 



2,876,298 74 



204,469,586 85 



SURPLUS ON 

For the Fiscal Year, April 

Net Ordinary Revenue 

Less: Net Ordinary Expenditure (before 
Direct Relief) 

Surplus (before providing for Unemployment 
Less: Unemployment Direct Relief and 



Surplus. 



1938-39 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 

REVENUE FUND 

1, 1938, to March 31, 1939 



NET DISBURSEMENTS 



Page 
No. 


Department 


Ordinary 


Capital 


Total 


A 1-42 


Agriculture. . 


$ c. 

2,142,614 59 

2,668,267 68 

12,645,434 06 

558,534 88 

9,488,796 57 

9,089,278 34 

66,219 56 

523,810 47 

2.231.956 39 
268,976 56 

9,500 00 
379,562 95 

3.282.957 25 
174,258 63 
112,891 31 

1,468,468 72 

1,192,475 10 

8,838,739 95 

781,443 29 

18,980 12 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,142,614 59 


B 1-33 


Attorney-General. . 




2,668,267 68 


C 1-46 


Education 


65,638 43 
16,902 91 


12,711,072 49 


D 1-11 


Game and Fisheries 


575,437 79 


E 1-63 


Health 


9,488,796 57 


F 1-57 


Highways 


32,887,878 35 


41,977,156 69 


G 1-3 


Insurance 


66,219 56 


H 1-18 


Labour 




523,810 47 


I 1-22 


Lands and Forests 


390,176 92 


2,622,133 31 


J 1-4 


Legislation 


268,976 56 


K 1-2 


Lieutenant-Governor 




9,500 00 


L 1-9 


Mines 




379,562 95 


Ml-8 


Municipal Affairs 




3,282,957 25 


N 1-8 


Prime Minister 




174,258 63 


O 1-4 


Provincial Auditor 




112,891 31 


P 1-25 


Provincial Secretary 




1,468,468 72 


Q 1-21 


Provincial Treasurer 


3,030,000 00 


4,222,475 10 


R 1-19 


Public Welfare 


8,838,739 95 


S 1-21 


Public Works 


4,850,461 77 


5,631,905 06 


T 1-10 


Miscellaneous 

Public Debt— Interest, Exchange, etc. 

Unemployment Direct Relief and Ad- 
ministration thereof 


18,980 12 








Q 5-8 


55,943,166 42 
20,402,126 27 


41,241,058 38 


97,184,224 80 
20,402,126 27 








R14-19 


76,345,292 69 
10,175,482 56 


41,241,058 38 


117,586,351 07 
10,175,482 56 




Loan Advances — All Departments. . . . 






U 1 


86,520,775 25 


41,241,058 38 
236,531 59 

1,003,762 40 
742,188 73 


127,761,833 63 
236,531 59 


U 2 


All Departments 




1,003,762 40 


U 2 


Deferred Assets, etc 




742,188 73 




Public Debt — Retirement of Loans. . . 






U 1 


86,520,775 25 


43,223,541 10 
72,980,475 00 


129,744,316 35 
72,980,475 00 




Total Net Disbursements 








86,520,775 25 


116,204,016 10 


202,724,791 35 




Add — 

Sinking Funds Uninvested: 

As at March 31, 1939 




46 




803,810 25 
2,437 12 






Less— As at March 31, 1938 








Bank Overdraft— March 31, 1938.. 








801,373 13 
943,422 37 


1,744,795 50 














204,469,586 85 



ORDINARY ACCOUNT 

1, 1938, to March 31, 1939 

$86,843,270 67 

providing for Unemployment 
76,345,292 69 

Direct Relief) $10,497,977 98 

Administration thereof 10,175,482 56 

$ 322,495 42 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement 

STATEMENT OF ORDINARY 

For the Fiscal Year, April 



ORDINARY REVENUE 



Page 


State- 


No. 


ment 


14-15 


4 


16 


5 


17 


6 


18 


7 


18-19 


8 


20-21 


9 


21 


10 


22 


11 


22-23 


12 


24 


13 


24 


14 


25 


15 


25 


16 


26 


17 


27 


18 


27 


19 


28 


20 


35 


28 


29 


21 



Department 



Gross 
Revenue 



Deduct Reim- 
bursements 

of 
Expenditures 



Net 
Revenue 



Agriculture 

Attorney-General 

Education 

Game and Fisheries 

Health 

Highways 

Insurance 

Labour 

Lands and Forests 

Legislation 

Mines 

Municipal Affairs 

Prime Minister 

Provincial Secretary 

Provincial Treasurer 

Public Welfare 

Public Works 

Stationery Account (Excess of 
distribution over purchases) 



Interest, Commission, 
change and Discount. . 



Ex 



% c. 

333,023 49 

1,078,292 94 

141,456 

914,475 

1,479,355 

26,520,678 

237,644 

129,804 

4,643,425 

19,359 

3,099,644 

11,945 

19,041 

1,469,588 02 

48,011,395 81 

26 55 

49,224 51 

1,361 16 



$ 


c. 


125,794 


85 




6,268 


59 




63,139 


85 




4,666 


35 




808,129 08 
294,675 03 


13,800 00 



$ 

333,023 

952,498 

141,456 

914,475 

1,473,086 

26,520,678 

237,644 

66,664 

4,643,425 

19,359 

3,094,978 

11,945 

19,041 

661,458 

47,716,720 

26 

35,424 



c. 
49 
09 

88 
24 
89 
00 
89 
78 
93 
19 
30 
29 
76 
94 
78 
55 
51 



,361 16 



$8,159,744 42 
9,076,147 07 



1,316,473 75 
9,076,147 07 



86,843,270 67 



97,235,891 49 



10,392,620 82 



86,843,270 67 



1938-39 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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No. 2 

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 

1, 1938, to March 31, 1939 

ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 



Page 
No. 



Department 



Gross 
Expenditure 



Deduct Reim- 
bursements 

of 
Expenditures 



Net_ 
Expenditure 



A 1-42 
B 1-33 
C 1-46 
D 1-11 
E 1-63 
F 1-57 
G 1-3 
H 1-18 
I 1-22 
J 1-4 
K 1-2 
L 1-9 
Ml-8 
N 1-8 
O 1-4 
P 1-25 
Q 1-21 
R 1-19 
S 1-21 
T 1-10 



Q5-8 



R14-19 



Agriculture 

Attorney-General. . . 

Education 

Game and Fisheries. 

Health 

Highways 

Insurance 

Labour 

Lands and Forests. . . 

Legislation 

Lieutenant-Governor 

Mines 

Municipal Affairs 

Prime Minister 

Provincial Auditor. . . 
Provincial Secretary. 
Provincial Treasurer. 

Public Welfare 

Public Works 

Miscellaneous 



Public Debt — Interest, Exchange, etc 



Unemployment Direct Relief and 
Administration thereof 



$ c. 

2,142,614 59 

2,794,062 53 

12,645,434 06 

558,534 88 

9,495,065 16 

9,089,278 34 

66,219 56 

586,950 32 

2,231,956 39 

268,976 56 

9,500 00 

384,229 30 

3,282,957 

174,258 

112,891 

2,276,597 

1,487,150 

8,838,739 95 

795,243 29 

18,980 12 



25 
63 
31 
80 
13 



$ c 


125,794 85 




6,268 59 




63,139 85 






4,666 35 






808,129 08 
294,675 03 


13,800 00 



$ c. 

2,142,614 59 

2,668,267 68 

12,645,434 06 

558,534 88 

9,488,796 57 

9,089,278 34 

66,219 56 

523,810 47 

2.231.956 39 
268,976 56 

9,500 00 
379,562 95 

3.282.957 25 
174,258 63 
112,891 31 

1,468,468 72 

1,192,475 10 

8,838,739 95 

781,443 29 



18,980 12 



57,259,640 17 
29,478,273 34 



1,316,473 75 
9,076,147 07 



55,943,166 42 
20,402,126 27 



86,737,913 51 



10,175.482 56 



10,392,620 82 



76.345.292 69 



10,175,482 56 



96,913,396 07 



10,392,620 82 



86,520,775 25 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



CAPITAL RECEIPTS 



Statement 

CAPITAL RECEIPTS 

For the Fiscal Year, April 



Page 


State- 


No. 


ment 


21 


9 


23 


12 


24 


14 


28 


20 


31 


23 


32 


24 


32 


25 



Department 



Gross 
Receipts 



Deduct 
Reimburse- 
ments of 
Disbursements 



Net 
Receipts 



Highways 

Lands and Forests 

Mines 

Public Works 

Loan Repayments — 

All Departments 

Special Funds — Deposits — 

All Departments 

Deferred Assets, etc 



$ c. 

10,470 71 
61,152 15 
61,322 68 
16,543 79 



149,489 33 

14,646,067 52 

1,560,993 60 
2,464,156 41 



$ c. 
10,470 71 
61,152 15 
61,322 68 
16,543 79 



9,871,258 36 



149,489 33 

4,774,809 16 

1,560,993 60 

2,464,156 41 



18,820,706 86 



9,871,258 36 



8,949,448 50 



1938-39 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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No. 3 

AND DISBURSEMENTS 

1, 1938 to March 31, 1939 



CAPITAL DISBURSEMENTS 



Page 
No. 


Department 


Gross 
Disbursements 


Deduct 
Reimburse- 
ments of 
Disbursements 


Net 
Disbursements 


C 1-46 


Kducation 


$ c. 

65,638 43 

16,902 91 

32,887,878 35 

390,176 92 

3,030,000 00 

4,850,461 77 


$ c. 


$ c. 
65,638 43 


D 1-11 


Game and Fisheries 




16,902 91 


F 1-57 


Highways 




32,887,878 35 


I 1-22 


Lands and Forests 




390,176 92 


Q 1-21 


Provincial Treasurer 




3,030,000 00 


S 1-21 


Public Works 




4,850,461 77 




Loan Advances — All Departments. . . . 
Special Funds — Repayments — 
All Departments 








41,241,058 38 

10,107,789 95 

1,003,762 40 
742,188 73 




41,241,058 38 


U 1 

U 2 


9,871,258 36 


236,531 59 
1,003,762 40 


U 2 


Deferred Assets, etc 




742,188 73 












53,094,799 46 


9,871,258 36 


43,223,541 10 











14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 4 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 

Ordinary- 
Main Office — 

Refunds — Sales Tax $ 25 75 

Licenses — Auctioneers 100 00 



Branches— $ 125 75 

Northern Ontario — 

Assistance to Settlers, etc. — 

On account of Advances since March 31, 1936: 

Principal 16,512 94 

Statistics and Publications — 

Sales — Reports 245 78 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies — 

Services of Judges $ 972 93 

Miscellaneous 10 17 

983 10 

Live Stock — 
Fees — 

Enrolment $ 3,863 64 

Tattoo Allotment 205 00 

$ 4,068 64 

Sale of Stock 36 65 

Fines 275 00 

Miscellaneous 2 00 

4,382 29 

Commissioner of Marketing — 

Licenses — Cheese Manufacturers 656 96 

Dairy — 
Fees — 

Milk Testing $ 196 09 

Cow Testing 86 60 

$ 282 69 

Licenses — Dairy Plant : 574 33 

Fines 50 00 

Miscellaneous 13 50 



Milk Control Board— 
Licenses — 

Milk Distributors $ 1,400 18 

Milk Transporters 165 03 

Manufacturers 33 00 

$ 1,598 21 

Fines 230 00 



Horticultural Experimental Station, Vineland — 

Sales— Fruit $ 2,455 60 

Rent, etc 5,769 00 

Miscellaneous 15 35 



920 52 



1,828 21 



8,239 95 



Pre-Cooling Station, Brighton — 

Storage Charges 3,126 25 

Crops, Seeds and Weeds — 

Fees — Registration $ 4,818 50 

Miscellaneous 13 00 

4,831 50 



1938-39 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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Statement No. 4 — Continued 

Ordinary — 

Agricultural Representatives — 

Miscellaneous $ 

Colleges and Farms — - 

Kemptville Agricultural School — 

Produce $ 4,768 28 

Stock and Equipment 4,063 15 

$ 8 831 43 

Rent, Board, etc 10^483 03 

Miscellaneous 79 55 

Ontario Veterinary College — 

Fees— Tuition $ 21,275 50 

Sale of Feed, etc 430 50 

Rent, etc 120 00 

Miscellaneous 2,158 97 

Western Ontario Experimental Farm — 

Produce $ 5,431 75 

Stock and Equipment 4,307 78 

$ 9,739 53 

Rent, Board, etc '888 00 

Demonstration Farm — New Liskeard — 

Produce $ 897 62 

Stock and Equipment 1,524 86 

$ 2,422 48 

Rent • 120 00 

Demonstration Farm, Hearst — 

Produce % 1,226 43 

Stock and Equipment 602 60 

$ 1,829 03 

Rent 68 00 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph — 

Produce $ 25,491 97 

Stock and Equipment 12,983 61 

$ 38,475 58 

Fees— Tuition 51,234 04 

Rent, Board, etc 132,750 96 

Miscellaneous 10,186 64 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 



77 00 



19,394 01 



23.984 97 



10,627 53 



2,542 48 



1,897 03 



232,647 22 
333,023 49 



16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 5 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 
Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Sale re Coroner's Act $ 15 30 

Land Titles — Refund re Deficit, Operating Expenses, 

1938 670 63 

Miscellaneous 485 66 

$ 1,171 59 

Auditor of Criminal Justice Accounts — 

Perquisites — Rent, Board, etc $ 5,586 89 

Miscellaneous 2,311 63 

7,898 52 

Inspector of Legal Offices — 

Police Magistrates — 

Fees $ 34,540 03 

Fines 131,015 57 

Local Masters of Titles — 

Fees 69.350 58 

Local and Surrogate Registrars County and District 
Court Clerks — 

Fees 255,531 94 

Crown Attorneys — 

Fees 51,118 50 

Fines and Estreated Bail 1,837 57 

Sheriffs — 

Fees 44,397 43 

Division Court Clerks and Bailiffs — 

Fees 33,162 79 

Miscellaneous 4,068 83 

625,023 24- 

Ontario Securities Commission — 

Fees — 

Brokers and Salesmen $ 94,178 07 

Collection Agencies 545 00 

Real Estate 19,479 50 

114,202 57 

Law Enforcement — (Ontario Provincial Police) — 

Licenses — Detective Agencies $ 5,100 00 

Sales — re forfeitures 1 ,102 16 

Miscellaneous 862 87 

7,065 03 

Fire Marshal — 

Taxes— Fire Marshal Act $ 60,207 49 

Licenses — Lightning Rod Act 1 ,82 1 49 

Sales — Copies of Evidence 99 56 

Fees — Crown Witnesses 208 25 

Miscellaneous 11 58 

62,348 37 

Public Trustee — 

Escheated Estates 44,788 77 

Official Guardian— 

Surplus Fees 70,000 00 

Supreme Court — 

Suitors Suspense Account 20,000 00 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Public Trustee — 

Refund — Advances for Operating Expenses $ 67,830 03 

Official Guardian — 

Refund — Advances for Operating Expenses 34,042 73 

Supreme Court — 

Refund — Advances for Operating Expenses 23,922 09 

125,794 85 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 1,078,292 94 

Deduct — 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 125,794 85 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 952,498 09 



1938-39 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 17 

Statement No. 6 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Miscellaneous, School Acts, Manuals, etc $ 945 29* 

Branches — 

Public and Separate School Education — 
Departmental Examinations — 

Fees $ 2,931 80 

Appeals 4,208 17 

Certificates 1,366 36 

$ 8,506 33 

Spring and Summer Schools — ■ 

Fees 68,575 59 

Inspection of Schools — 

Indian Schools— Fees 3,390 00 






Training Schools — 

Fees— Students Health Inspection $ 4,538 00 

Tuition (Toronto Normal and Model) 8,914 00 

(Ottawa Normal and Model) 7,480 00 

Vocational Education — 
Fees — Registration — 

Trade Schools $ 1,330 00 

Agents 81 00 

Institutions — 

School for Deaf — Belleville — 

Perquisites $ 6,764 87 

Fees 3,375 00 

Sale of Produce 7,043 13 

Miscellaneous 280 23 

School for Blind — Brantford — 

Perquisites $ 5,662 99 

Fees 11,733 33 

Sale of Produce 2,154 12 

Northern Academy — Monteith — 

Perquisites $ 235 50 

Sale of Light and Power 447 50 



80,471 92 



20,932 00 



1,411 00 



17,463 23- 



19,550 44 



683 00 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 141,456 88 



18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 | 

Statement No. 7 

DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 

(Under Provincial Secretary) 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 
Game — 

Licenses — 

Trapping $ 26,265 30 

Non-Resident— Hunting 80,415 00 

Deer 83,526 55 

Moose 2,574 00 

Gun 95,788 45 

Dog 5,348 35 

Fur Dealers 22,007 75 

Fur Farmers 9,550 00 

Tanners 200 00 

Cold Storage 147 00 

$ 325,822 40 

Royalty 74,064 75 

$ 399,887 15 

Fisheries — 
Licenses — 

Fishing (Commercial) $ 88,568 00 

Angling 339,450 05 

$ 428,018 05 

Sales — Spawn Taking 3 1 1 47 

Royalty 13,519 87 

441,849 39 

General — 
Licenses — 

Tourist Camps $ 6,855 00 

Guides 7,928 00 

$ 14,783 00 

Fines 26,245 40 

Costs Collected (Enforcement of Game Act) 979 90 

Sales — Confiscated articles 21,605 29 

Rent. 3,675 07 

Commission retained by Province on sale of Licenses 1,824 00 

Miscellaneous 725 59 

69,838 25 

Experimental Fur Farm — 

Sales— Pelts 2,900 45 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 914,475 24 



Statement No. 8 
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 
Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 



Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Cancer Control — 

Sale of Radon Seeds 

Sales — Iron Lung Respirators. 

Fees — X-Ray Services 

Miscellaneous 



Grants — 

Municipalities — re Tuberculosis Clinics. 



$ 


500 28 

5,544 80 

158 40 

280 30 


$ 


6,483 78 

7,109 85 
$ 



13,593 63 



1938-39 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 19 

Statement No. 8 — Continued 

Branches — 

Preventable Diseases — 
Sale of Products — 

Wassermann Needles $ 244 58 

Biological Syringes 837 40 

Insulin 13,974 91 

15,056 89 

Sanitary Engineering — 

Sale of Products — 

Chlorine 99 85 

Laboratory — 

Sale of Stock and Equipment $ 227 54 

Fees — 

Analytical 3,692 80 

Pathological 7,090 00 

11,010 34 

Registrar of Nurses — 

Fees — 

Registration $ 6,387 82 

Re-registration 15,000 00 

Examination 5,673 00 

Sales — 

Curriculum and Records 91 25 

Miscellaneous 37 00 

27,189 07 

Hospitals — 

Patients' Maintenance $ 1,068,536 51 

Licenses — Private Hospitals 400 00 

Perquisites 248,238 60 

Removal of Patients 1,954 27 

Restitution (re Defalcations) 1 ,067 06 

Miscellaneous 82 

1,320,197 26 

Institutions — 

Sale of Produce and Stock — 

Brockville $ 1,884 82 

Cobourg 294 28 

Fort William 3,612 25 

Hamilton 16,869 13 

Kingston 2,511 14 

London 10,027 80 

New Toronto 3,726 71 

Orillia 2,984 41 

Orillia Industries 7,416 63 

Penetanguishene 1,960 34 

Toronto 6,446 49 

Toronto Psychiatric 879 02 

Whitby 19,749 57 

Woodstock 7,577 26 

85,939 85 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Main Office — 
Grants — 

Rockefeller Foundation — re Maternal and Child 

Hygiene $ 4,268 59 

City of Ottawa— Branch Laboratory 2,000 00 

6,268 59 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 1,479,355 48 

Deduct — 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 6,268 59 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 1,473,086 89 



20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 9 
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Miscellaneous $ 3,552 67 

Interest — 

Sale of Property (Secured by Mortgage) — 

Lands and Buildings 538 90 

Permits — 

Garages $ 48,290 07 

Signs 17,087 95 

Gasoline Pumps 33,782 39 



Gas Lines 330 09 

Gasoline Handling 4,917 65 



Rentals — 

Gas line— Franchises $ 2,073 74 

Property 3,102 11 



104,408 15 



5,175 85 



Gasoline 18,503,788 90 

Assessments — 

Road Maintenance, etc. — 

Counties, Cities and Separate Towns 51618 

Fines 

Gasoline Handling Act 40 00 



$ 18,618,020 65 



Motor Vehicles Branch — 

Licenses — 

Passenger $3,687,541 95 

Commercial 2,462,525 19 

Convertibles 6,279 10 

Trailers 223,731 68 

Motor Cycles 4.180 85 

Dealers — 

Automobiles $ 23,381 00 



Motor Cycles 30 00 



23,411 00 



Chauffeurs 255,147 10 

Operators 611,133 80 

Public Vehicles. 130,522 64 

Public Commercial Vehicles 276,746 52 

Miscellaneous 202 59 

$ 7,681,422 42 

Fees — 

In Transit $ 7,403 45 

Duplicate Cards and Badges 10,743 50 

Transfers 116,220 60 

Certificates and Searches 1,338 06 

Lists 626 35 

Examinations 15,311 00 

Testing Headlights 460 00 



152,102 96 
Fines — 

Breach of Highway Traffic Act 75,891 33 



$ 7,909,416 71 
Less — Charges paid by Agents 6,759 36 



7,902,657 55" 
Net Ordinary Revenue $ 26,520,678 00 



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21 



Statement No. 9 — Continued 

Capital — 

Main Office — 

Road Construction — 
Assessments — 

Counties, Cities and Separate Towns $ 627 62 

Sales — Lands, Buildings and Equipment 9,843 09 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 26,520,678 00 

Capital Receipts— (To Statement No. 22) 10,470 71 

$ 26,531,148 71 



10,470 7: 



$ 26,531,148 71 



Statement No. 10 

DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

(Under the Attorney-General) 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 

Ordinary 

Ontario Insurance Act — 
Licenses — 

Joint Stock Companies $ 66,135 00 

Mutual and Cash Mutuals 15,460 00 

Fraternal and Mutual Benefit Societies 6,562 50 

Other Insurers 2,710 00 

Underwriters' Agency 1,300 00 

Agents, Brokers and Adjusters 127,826 00 

$ 219,993 50 

Tax on Premiums — 

Unlicensed Companies 36 03 

Reciprocals 2,543 91 

Fees — 

Miscellaneous 3,255 52 

$ 

Loan and Trust Corporations Act — 
Licenses — 

Loan Corporations $ 3,070 00 

Loaning Land Companies 235 00 

Trust Companies 7,250 00 

$ 10,555 00 

Fees — 

Miscellaneous 785 78 

Money Lenders Act — 

Licenses 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 



225,828 96 



11,340 78 
475 15 



237,644 89 



22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 11 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 
Fees — 

Private Employment Agencies % 100 00 

Miscellaneous 2 50 

$ 102 50 

Branches— 

Apprenticeship Board — 

Fees— Motor Vehicle Repair Trade % 8,635 00 

Barbering and Hairdressing 9,833 00 

Miscellaneous 15 91 

18,483 91 

Boiler Inspection — 

Sale of Stationery — Regulations $ 7 50 

Seals 513 75 

$ 521 25 

Fees — Inspection 1 7,885 70 

Miscellaneous 85 

— 18,407 80 

Factory Inspection — 

Fines — Breach of Factory Act 5 00 

Operating Engineers' Board — 

Fees — Examinations $ 25,038 43 

Sale of Stationery— Text Books 2,256 04 



Minimum Wage Board — 

Fines — Minimum Wage Act $ 360 00 

Industrial Standards Act 1,992 60 



27,294 47 



2,352 60 



Composite Inspection Division — 

Witness Fees 18 50 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Main Office — 

Subventions — 

Dominion Government re Employment Agencies $ 59,320 04 
Sale of Stock and Equipment — 

Stationery, etc 3,819 81 

63,139 85 



Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 129,804 63 

Deduct — 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 63,139 85 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 66,664 78 



Statement No. 12 
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Rentals — Crown Lands and Licenses of Occupation. . . .$ 465,818 03 

Fees — Casual 326 22 

Sales— Sand and Gravel 479 10 

Motor Cars 775 00 

Surveys — Office Fees, Maps, etc 2,384 96 

Miscellaneous 1 18 

$ 469,784 49 



1938-39 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 23 

Statement No. 12 — Continued 

Branches— 
Lands — 

Land Sales — 

Crown Lands — 

Agricultural $ 58,785 56 

Townsites 16,084 54 

$ 74,870 10 

Clergy Lands 50 00 

Common School Lands 25 00 

Grammar School Lands 25 00 

University Lands 241 96 

$ 75,212 06 

Less— Capital 75% 56,409 05 

18,803 01 

Land Tax — Provincial Land Tax 129,178 01 

Agents— Office Fees 951 24 

Parks and Beaches- 
Algonquin Park— Rentals $ 8,161 76 

Miscellaneous 23,724 66 

31,886 42 

Rondeau Park— Rentals $ 8,779 56 

Miscellaneous 2,525 60 

11,305 16 

Quetico Park— Rentals $ 220 00 

Miscellaneous 6,544 56 

6,764 56 

Ipperwash Beach Park— Rentals $ 80 00 

Miscellaneous 120 70 

200 70 

Temagami Islands — Rentals 6,954 57 

Bruce Beach— Rentals 1,633 15 

Jordan Harbour— Rentals 508 02 

Forests- 
Woods and Forests — 

Bonus $ 1,315,146 16 

Timber Dues 2,036,158 39 

$ 3,351,304 55 

Rentals- Ground 76,282 39 

Tax— Fire Protection 409,546 33 

Fees— Transfer . . 1,075 00 

Cullers' Examination 636 00 

Licenses— Mill 609 00 

Scalers' Wages 72,619 24 

3,912,072 51 

Forestry- 
Forest Ranging— Perquisites, etc $ 28,889 28 

Air Service — Flying Fees, etc 6,562 75 

Radio Service— Fees 17,932 06 

53,384 09 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 4,643,425 93 

Capital — 

Main Office- 
Back to the Land Movement— Sale of Buildings, etc. . .$ 489 21 
Branches — 
Lands — 

Land Sales (75% of Collections) 56,409 05 

Forests — 

Reforestation— Sale of Seed 4,253 89 

Net Capital Receipts 61,152 15 

$ 4,704,578 08 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 4,643,425 93 

Net Capital Receipts (to Statement No. 22) . . 61,152 15 

$ 4,704,578 08 



24 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 13 

LEGISLATION 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 
Ordinary — 

Office of Legislative Accountant — 
Sales — Legislative Papers — 

Statutes $ 

Publications 

Bills _ 

* 

Fees — Private Bills 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 



Statement No. 14 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES 
Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 



Ordinary- 
Main Office— 

Sand and Gravel — 

Royalties 

Licenses 

Fees — Casual . . . 
Sale of Record Books- 
Leases — Gas 



Metal Sales Act 



48,738 74 

1,400 00 

1,679 09 

44 00 

5,870 00 



Branches — 

Inspection- 
Fees— Cable Testing 

Assessment — 
Taxes — 

Acreage $ 

Profits 

Gas 



46,934 04 

2,728,006 58 

48,079 25 



Chemical and Assay— Fees 

Mining Recorders- 
Rentals — Mining Leases 

Licenses of Occupation 

Licenses— Miners 

Fees— Recording 

Miscellaneous 

Sales— Maps 



11,123 

6,935 

60,661 

98,480 

5,821 



1,839 00 



Draughtsman — North Bay — Sales— Maps 

Natural Gas Commissioner — Licenses 

Sulphur Fumes Arbitrator — Refunds re Operating Expenses — 1938 

Temiskaming Testing Laboratories — Fees 

Miscellaneous 

Reimbursements of Expenditures— 
Branches — 

Sulphur Fumes Arbitrator — Refunds re Operating Expenses . . 

Gross Ordinary Revenue 

Deduct— 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Net Ordinary Revenue 

Capital — 

Mining Recorders — Mining Land Sales 



9,548 33 
1,808 33 
1,629 90 



12,986 56 
6,372 63 



19,359 19 



57,731 83 
7,426 43 



2.823,019 87 
1,140 41 



184,861 31 

560 60 

2,280 74 

90 50 

17,592 96 

273 65 



4,666 35 
$ 3,099,644 65 

$ 

$ 3,156,300 98 



4,666 35 
3,094,978 30 

61,322 68 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 3,094,978 30 

Net Capital Receipts (to Statement No. 22) . . 61.322 68 



$ 3,156,300 98 



1938-39 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 25 

Statement No. 15 

DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 

(Under the Minister of Public Welfare) 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Sale of Reports % 77 50 

Supervision Fees 6,740 00 

Miscellaneous 32 75 

$ 6,850 25 

Branches — 

Municipal Board — 
Fees — 

Applications for approval to permit operation of Motor Vehicles 

for Commercial purposes 5,095 04 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 11,945 29 



Statement No. 16 
DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 

Ordinary — 

Office of Executive Council — 

Miscellaneous $ 5 00 

Office of King's Printer — 

Ontario Gazette 19,036 76 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 19,041 76 



26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 17 
DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRFTARY 

Revenue for Fiscal Year, 1939 

Ordinary- 
Main Office— 
Fees — 

Comoanies' Returns $ 32,140 72 

Marriage Licenses 102,720 00 

Letters Patent 166,742 00 

Supplementary Letters Patent, etc 17,253 50 

Commissions 6,223 1 8 

Extra-Provincial and Mortmain 10,236 90 

Miscellaneous — Prospectus, By-laws, etc 12,987 77 

$ 348,304 07 

Branches— 

Registrar-General— 
Fees- 
Searches and Certificates of Births, Marriages 

and Deaths $ 41,490 01 

Dominion Subvention re Statistical Work .... 5,828 76 

47,318 77 

Reformatories and Prisons — 

Sale of Produce, etc.— 

Ontario Reformatory, Guelph $ 28,334 36 

Ontario Reformatory, Mimico 9,795 27 

Mercer Reformatory 4,216 35 

Industrial Farm, Burwash 31,830 82 

Ontario Training School for Boys, Bowmanville 2,179 86 

Ontario Training School for Girls, Gait 237 31 

$ 76,593 97 
Maintenance Recovery — 

Ontario Training School for Boys, Bowmanville 81 ,690 75 

Ontario Training School for Girls, Gait 25,341 25 

$ 183,625 97 
Refunds from Municipalities — 

Assessment re Expenses of Bailiffs 9,266 04 

Perquisites ( 71,751 47 

Sale of Books, Stationery, etc 225 90 

Miscellaneous 966 72 

265,836 10 

Reimbursements of Expenditures- 
Branches— 

Reformatories and Prisons — 

Revenue from Industrial Operations — 

Ontario Reformatory, Guelph — Industries. $ 577,262 60 
Ontario Reformatory, Mimico — Industries. 63,439 08 

Mercer Reformatory— Industries 132,921 71 

Industrial Farm, Burwash— Industries 19,062 29 

$ 792,685 68 
Refunds from Municipalities — 

Transportation of Prisoners 15,443 40 

808,129 08 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 1,469,588 02 

Deduct — 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 808,129 08 

Net Ordinarv Revenue $ 661,458 94 



1938-39 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 27 

Statement No. 18 
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL TREASURER 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 
Subsidies — 

Annual Subsidy, B.N.A. Act, 1907 $ 240,000 00 

Annual Grant per Capita, B.N.A. Act, 1907 2,559,009 80 

Annual Subsidy (Increased), 47 Vic, Cap. 4 142,414 48 

$ 2,941,424 28 

Interest — Common School Fund 72,835 46 

Miscellaneous 191 65 



$ 3,014,451 39 
Liquor Control Board— 

Profits, Fines, Licenses, etc $ 10,415,000 00 

Permit Fees 585,000 00 

11,000,000 00 



$ 14,014,451 39 
Branches- 
Controller of Revenue— 
Taxes — 

Corporations (Statement 27)..$ 10,662,771 95 

Succession Duty 15,314,853 87 

Income 6,896,501 49 

$ 32,874,127 31 

Fees — 

Land Transfer $ 224,602 16 

Law Stamps 397,323 40 

621,925 56 

Miscellaneous 208 21 

33,496,261 08 

Motion Picture Censorship and Theatre Inspection — 
Fees — 

Censorship $ 1 10,370 50 

Licenses — 

Theatres, etc 95,136 16 

Miscellaneous 501 65 

206,008 31 

Reimbursements of Expenditures— 
Savings Offices — 

Refund — Advances for Operating Expenses 294,675 03 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 48,011,395 81 

Deduct — 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 294,675 03 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 47,716,720 78 



Statement No 19 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 

Ordinary — 

Branches — 

Children's Aid — 

Miscellaneous $ 26 55 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 26 55 



28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 | 

Statement No. 20 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Commissions — 

Telephones $ 149 05 

Telegrams 2,594 12 

$ 2,743 17 



Sciles^ - - 

Materials 2,088 42 

Rentals — 

General $ 26,997 50 

Parking Area 1,197 50 



28,195 00 

Perquisites 1,987 50 

Services — 

Building Equipment 150 20 

Miscellaneous 260 22 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Rentals — 

Labour Department— Employment Offices $ 10,800 00 

Fire Marshal 3,000 00 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 35,424 5 1 

Capital Receipts— (To Statement No. 22) 16,543 79 

$ 51,968 30 



13,800 00 



Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 49,224 51 

Deduct — 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 13,800 00 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 35,424 51 

Capital — 

Main Office — 

Sale of Equipment — Government House Furnishings. ..$ 16,421 95 

Sale of Material 121 84 



16,543 79 



51,968 30 



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29 



Statement No. 21 

INTEREST, COMMISSION, EXCHANGE AND DISCOUNT 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Treasury Department— 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — 
Capital Advances — 

Refund of Commission Charges 

Refund of Exchange 

Interest 



Rural Power Districts — domestic Loans. 



Miscellaneous Earnings — 

Accrued on Sale of Treasury Bills 

Funds on Deposit with Banks 

Miscellaneous 

Loans Receivable and Capital Advances — 

Agricultural Development Board 

Co-operative Marketing Loans 

Drainage Debentures — Municipal 

Tile 

Farm Loan Association 

Mortgages 

Municipal Debentures 

re Housing Loans 

re Unemployment Relief 

Discount on Debentures Purchased 



$ 


9,094 42 




75,288 66 




7,624,804 32 


$ 


7,709,187 40 




4,172 97 


$ 


7,713,360 37 




316 44 




41,292 22 




13 83 




1,068,652 91 




9,844 71 




4,097 64 




64,178 03 




5,908 27 




395 26 




108 62 




19,276 80 




473 52 




8,678 96 


$ 


8,936,597 58 



Agriculture Department— 
Northern Ontario Branch — 

Advances re Purchase of Seed Grain, Cattle and Farm 

Implements $ 2,744 55 

Settlers' Loans 21,283 09 



Lands and Forests Department— 

Dominion Government re Lac Seul Storage Dam 

Municipal Affairs Department— 

Housing Loans , 



24,027 64 
13,693 60 

101,828 25 



$ 9,076,147 07 



Summary 



Interest 

Discount on Debentures. 



8,983,085 03 
8,678 96 



Commission $ 

Exchange 



4 8,991,763 99 



9,094 42 
75,288 66 



84,383 08 



Deducted from Public Debt Expenditure 

(See Page Q 20) $ 9,076,147 07 



30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 22 

CAPITAL RECEIPTS 

Fiscal Year 1939 

Receipts Applied in Reduction of Fixed Asset Accounts 



Highways Department— - 










Main Office— 










Sales — 










Lands and Buildings 


$ 


9,843 09 






Road Construction — 










Assessments — 










Counties, Cities and Separate Towns 


627 62 










$ 


10,470 


71 


Lands and Forests Department- 










Main Office— 










Sales — 










Buildings, Equipment, etc. — 










Back to the Land Movement... 


$ 


489 21 






Lands Branch — 










Land Sales — 










Crown Lands — 










Agricultural $ 


58,785 56 








Townsites 


16,084 54 








$ 


74,870 10 








Clergy Lands 


50 CO 








Common School Lands. . . 


25 00 








Grammar School Lands . . 


25 00 








University Lands 


241 96 








Total Collections. . . .$ 


75,212 06 




Less— Ordinary 25%. . . 


18,803 01 


56,409 05 












Forests Branch — 










Forestry — 










Reforestation- 










Sale of Seed, etc 




4,253 89 


61,152 


15 








Mines Department- 










Mining Recorders— 










Mining Land— Sales 







61,322 


68 


Public Works Department- 










Main Office— 










Sale of Equipment— Government House Furnishings. . .$ 


16,421 95 






Sale of Material 




121 84 


16,543 








79 








Net Capital Receipts 


$ 


149,489 


33 



1938-39 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 31 

Statement No. 23 

LOAN REPAYMENTS 

Receipts for Fiscal Year 1939 

Agriculture Department — 
Northern Ontario Branch — 
R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 34— 

Sec. 11 (D) Assistance to Settlers — Feed Shortage $ 315 43 
(F) Seed Grain and Agricultural Imple- 
ments 2,615 78 

(H) Purchase of Cattle 644 74 



$ 3,575 95 

Repayments — Settlers' Loans 36,533 96 



-$ 40,109 91 
Municipal Affairs Department — 

Repayments — Housing Loans 377,694 81 

Public Welfare Department — 

Mothers' Allowances — Municipalities — 

Repayments re Outstandings as at March 31, 1938 . . . .$ 41,104 50 

Old Age Pensions — Dominion, Municipalities 
and Other Provinces — 

Repayments re Outstandings as at 

March 31, 1938 $ 32,069 49 

Repayments re Fiscal Year 1939 9,671,359 07 

9,703,428 56 



Blind Pensions — Dominion and Other Prov- 
inces — 

Repayments re Outstandings as at 

March 31, 1938 $ 101 93 

Repayments re Fiscal Year 1939 199,899 29 



200,001 22 



Treasury Department — 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission — 

Repayment of Commission's Share of Debenture Loans 
matured during the Fiscal Year 1939, originally issued 

for Hydro and other Provincial purposes $ 1,780,102 71 

Rural Power Districts — Domestic Loans — Repayments. 40,959 39 



9,944,534 28 



$ 1,821,062 10 



Repayments — 

Agricultural Development Board — Debentures 2,185,000 00 

Co-operative Marketing Loans 35,352 49 

Farm Loan Associations — Loans 15,345 10 

Mortgages 2,530 71 

Municipal Debentures 21,279 09 

Drainage Debentures — Municipal 24,703 66 

—Tile 178,455 37 



4,283,728 52 

Gross Loan Repayments Receipts $ 14,646,067 52 

Deduct — Reimbursements of Disbursements — 
Public Welfare Department — 

Old Age Pensions — Dominion and Other Provinces — 

Repayments re Fiscal Year 1939 $ 9,671,359 07 

Blind Pensions — Dominion and Other Provinces — 

Repayments re Fiscal Year 1939 199,899 29 

9,871,258 36 



Net Loan Repayments Receipts $ 4,774,809 16 



32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 24 

SPECIAL FUNDS DEPOSITS 

Receipts for Fiscal Year 1939 

Lands and Forests Department — 
Main Office — 

Pulpwood Supply Company re Long Lac Watercourse $ 24,000 00 

Prime Minister's Department — 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Fund 1,312,170 02 

Treasury Department — 
Deposits — 

Minimum Wage Act — Salary Adjustments Unclaimed..! 5 00 

Municipal Sinking Funds 189,389 04 

Niagara Parks Commission — Sinking Fund 18,452 00 

Registry Offices — Surplus Fees Deposited (R.S.O. 1937, 

Cap. 174) 16,977 54 

224,823 58 

$ 1,560,993 60 



Statement No. 25 

DEFERRED ASSETS AND SURPLUS RECEIPTS 

Fiscal Year 1939 

Treasury Department — 
Deferred Assets — 

Discount on Bonds, etc $ 878,372 45 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission re Northern 

Ontario Properties 300,000 00 

Guaranteed Debentures — 

Housing 25,726 00 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway. ... 151,155 63 

Schools 542 46 

$ 1,355,796 54 

Sinking Funds — 

Sale of Sinking Fund Investments (Book Value) 13,600 08 

Surplus Adjustments — 

Provision for Sinking Fund Instalments $ 992,655 27 

Net Earnings on Sinking Fund Investments 20,937 73 

1,013,593 00 

Income Liabilities — 

Additional Accrued Interest on Treasury Bills $ 56,882 20 

Unclaimed Interest Coupons 357 50 

57,239 70 

Reserves — 

Bequests — Charitable and Educational Purposes $ 15,644 91 

Outstanding Cheques 8,282 18 

23,927 09 



$ 2,464,156 41 



1938-39 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 33 



Statement No. 26 
PUBLIC DEBT 

Proceeds of Loans for Fiscal Year, 1939 

Stock and 
Debentures: 
Series 
"BJ" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— 

2 Geo. VI (Ontario), Cap. 26—3% Debentures, 
due November 1, 1947-50, payable Canada — 

Par Value $15,000,000 00 

Less Discount 412,500 00 $14,587,500 00 

"TI" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 366, Sec. 3 (3)— 4^% Stock, 

due November 1, 1942, payable Toronto — 

Par Value 1,300,000 00 

"RG" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22—3% Debentures, 

due December 15, 1945-49, payable Canada — 

Par Value $16,500,000 00 

Less Discount 288.750 00 16,211,250 00 

$32,098,750 00 
Treasury Bills: 
Series 
"RT-M" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— (Renewal) 1^%, 1H years, 

due December 1, 1939 $ 6,000,000 00 

"RT-N" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— (Renewal) 1.65%, 3 years, 

due June 1, 1941 5,000,000 00 

"RT-O" R.S.O. 1937. Cap. 22—1.65%, 3 years, 

due August 1. 1941 4,500,000 00 

"RT-P" R.S.O. 1937. Cap. 22— (Renewal) \%%, 1 year, 

due September 2, 1939 2,000,000 00 

"RT-Q" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— (Renewal) 1.65%, 2 years, 

due September 13, 1940 5,000,000 00 

"RT-R" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— Disc— 1M%. 1 year, 
due September 2, 1939— 

Par Value $ 1,000,000 00 

Less Discount 12,345 68 987,654 32 

"RT-S" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22—1.65%, 2 years, 

due September 13, 1940 5,000.000 00 

"RT-T" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— (Renewal) 1.65%. 2 years, 

due September 13, 1940 5.000,000 00 

"RT-T" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— (Renewal) 1.65%. 2 years, 9M months, 

due September 13, 1941 5.000,000 00 

"RT-U" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— (Renewal) 1.65%, 2 years, 

due November 1, 1940 10,000,000 00 

"EG" R.S.O. 1937. Cap. 22— 

1 Edward VIII (Ontario. Cap. 44. \\i%, 4 months, 

due September 2, 1938 4,000,000 00 

"EH" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— 

1 Edward VIII (Ontario), Cap. 44, Disc. 1%, 6 months, 
due December 30, 1938 — 

Par Value $ 2,000,000 00 

Less Discount 9,950 25 1,990,049 75 

"EH" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— (Renewal), 

1 Geo. VI (Ontario), Cap. 54, Disc. 1%, 6 months, 
due June 30, 1939 — 

Par Value $ 2,000,000 00 

Less Discount 9,950 25 1,990,049 75 

"EJ" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22, 

1 Geo. VI (Ontario), Cap. 54—1.65%, 3 years, 

due August 1, 1941 2,500,000 00 

"EK" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22, 

1 Geo. VI (Ontario). Cap. 54— 1H%, 1 year, 

due September 13, 1939 2,000,000 00 

"EL" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— 

1 Geo. VI (Ontario), Cap. 54, Disc. L%, 3 months, 
due January 10, 1939 — 

Par Value $ 2,500,000 00 

Less Discount 5,229 02 2.494,770 98 

"EM" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— 

2 Geo. VI (Ontario), Cap. 26— (Renewal) 1.65%, 2 years, 

due December 21, 1940 10,000,000 00 73,462,524 80 

Province of Ontario Savings Office — 

Deposits with the Provincial Treasurer 239,294 14 



$105,800,568 94 
Note. — All Treasury Bills issued are payable only at Toronto. 



».A. 



34 _^ PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 27 
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL TREASURER 
THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT 
R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 29 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1939 

From whom received: 

Life Insurance Companies $ 1,290,646 89 

Fire Insurance Companies 544,831 61 

Miscellaneous Insurance Companies 125,946 75 

Gas and Electric Companies 196,055 29 

Trust Companies 91,846 93 

Loan Companies 70,807 07 

Banks 1,181,845 26 

Railways . $698,941 34 

Less: Amount set aside under Section 24 and deducted 

from Municipalities in respect of indigent insane 

patients (transferred to Department of Health, 

Hospitals Branch) 187,484 84 

511,456 50 

Telephone Companies 196,330 88 

Telegraph Companies 7,569 20 

Express Companies 24,000 00 

Car Companies 10,372 35 

Race Tracks 661,864 77 

Ordinary Incorporated Companies 5,066,105 34 

Stock Transfer Tax 683,093 1 1 






$ 10,662,771 95 



1938-39 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 35_ 

Statement No. 28 

KING'S PRINTER'S OFFICE 

Government Stationery and Paper Account 

For the Fiscal Year 1939 

Stock on hand, March 31, 1938— 

Stationery $ 14,255 46 

Printing and Binding 16,915 51 

Contract Paper 1,493 95 

$ 32,664 92 

Purchases during the year — 

Stationery $ 182,052 99 

Printing and Binding 416,279 14 

Contract Paper 11,820 70 

610,152 83 

$642,817 75 
Deduct— 

Distribution to Departments — 

Stationery $ 147,746 16 

Printing and Binding 341,019 81 

Contract Paper 9,642 97 

$498,408 94 

Cash Sales — 

Stationery $ 33,588 59 

Printing and Binding 78,119 38 

Contract Paper 1,397 08 

113,105 05 

$611,513 99 
Stock written off, 1938 240 40 

Stock on hand, March 31, 1939— 

Stationery $ 14,275 59 

Contract Paper 2,273 78 

16,549 37 

In course of Distribution (on invoices) — 

Stationery $ 527 68 

Printing and Binding 14,055 46 

14,583 14 

642,886 90 

Overage $ 69 15 

Distribution of Stationery, Printing and Paper — as above $611,513 99 

Purchases — as above 610,152 83 

Excess Distribution $ 1,361 16 

For details of Purchases, see page T 8-10. 



MISCELLANEOUS 
STATEMENTS 



As at March 31, 1939 

(See Index, Page 5) 



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38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

PROVINCIAL DEBT 

Statement Showing Investment Thereof as at March 31, 1939 

Funded Debt: 

Stock and Debentures Outstanding $607,435,374 55 

Railway Aid Certificates 353,180 17 



$607,788,554 72 
Deduct — Sinking Fund Investments 10,898,422 54 



Total Funded Debt $596,890,132 18 

Unfunded Debt — 

Treasury Bills $ 60,000,000 00 

Savings Office Deposits 40,092,333 06 

Bank Overdraft 2,174,211 87 

Special Funds, etc 4,697,734 64 

106,964,279 57 

Accounts Payable and Accrued Interest 8,912,971 70 



Gross Debt $712,767,383 45 



Investment Thereof — 

Revenue Producing and Realizable Assets — 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission Advances $147,840,544 16 

Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway — 

Advances 30,207,934 92 

Farm, Housing, Municipal and Settlers' Loans 53,221,238 30 

Accounts Receivable $ 2,283,002 78 

King's Highway and Trans-Canada 
Construction — 

Due by Cities, Counties and 

Dominion Government 946,036 69 

3,229,039 47 

$234,498,756 85 

Revenue Producing but not Realizable Assets — 

Roads and Highways. $295,077,371 58 

Less — Due by Cities, Counties and 

Dominion Government 946,036 69 

$294,131,334 89 

Niagara Parks Commission (Surplus of Assets) 1,089,330 62 

Common School Fund — Trust Fund , (Ontario and Quebec) 1 ,460,000 85 

296,680,666 36 



Total Revenue Producing Assets $531,179,423 21 

Non-Revenue Producing Assets — 

Provincial Buildings, Public Works, etc $106,308,138 05 

Plant, Stores and Equipment 2,279,170 80 

Deferred Assets 2,167,594 86 

110,754,903 71 

Other Assets — 

Capital Value of Annual Subsidy $ 58,828,485 60 

Unemployment (Direct) Relief (Less amount written off) 14,045,036 40 
Discount on Debentures, etc. (Less amount written off) . 8,422,477 94 

81,295,999 94 



Total Assets $723,230,326 86 



Surplus and Reserves — represented in above Assets $ 10,462,943 41 



1938-39 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 39 

GROSS PROVINCIAL DEBT 
Statement Showing Increase 

For the Fiscal Year, April 1, 1938, to March 31, 1939 

Increase 
1936 1937 1938 1939 1939 over 1938 

$ c. $ c. $ c. % c. $ c. 

Funded Debt. .. 594,112,954 50 567,973,130 86 575,672,701 72 596,890,132 18 21,217,430 46 
Unfunded Debt . 86,056,340 45 80,105,266 96 93,465,517 54 106,964,279 57 13,498,762 03 
Income Liabilities 9,389,218 81 8,381,950 55 8,936,296 68 8,912,971 70 23,324 98 



689,558,513 76 656,460,348 37 678,074,515 94 712,767,383 45 34,692,867 51 



Increase in Gross Debt Accounted for Thus — 
Capital Disbursements — 

Disbursements on Highways, Public Buildings and 

Works, etc $ 41,241,058 38 

Less— Capital Receipts 149,489 33 



$ 41,091,569 05 

Discount on Debentures, etc., Issued during year 738,725 20 

Payments charged to Reserves (net) 3,172 57 

Payments re Guaranteed Debentures (net) 311,487 53 

Increase in Sundry Assets of Savings Offices 1,402 96 



Deduct: 

Surplus — 

Surplus on Ordinary Account (as 

per Statement 1) $ 322,495 42 

Provision Charged to Ordinary Ex- 
penditures — 

Retirement of Railway Aid 

Certificates 88,501 54 

Sinking Fund Instalments 992,655 27 

$ 1,403,652 23 

Discount on Debentures, etc., written off 878,372 45 

Earnings on Sinking Fund Investments (net) 20,937 73 

Provision for Accrued Interest on Treasury Bills 56,882 20 

Net Repayments on Loans Receivable — 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario $ 1,780,102 71 

Agricultural Development Board .. 2,185,000 00 

Housing Loans 377,694 81 

Tile Drainage Loans 39,155 37 

Mothers' Allowances, Old Age Pen- 
sions and Pensions for the Blind 46,347 40 
Miscellaneous 109,977 28 



-$ 42,146,357 31 



4,538,277 57 

Repayment from H.E.P.C. re Northern Ontario Pro- 
perties 300,000 00 

Decrease in Income Liabilities 23,324 98 

Cash in Banks — Decrease 232,042 64 



7,453,489 80 



Net Increase $ 34,692,867 51 



40 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

NET PROVINCIAL DEBT 
Statement Showing Increase 

For the Fiscal Year, April 1, 1938, to March 31, 1939 

Increase 
1936 1937 1938 1939 1939 over 1938 

$ c $ c. $ c. $ c. $ c. 

Gross Debt 689,558,513 76 656,460,348 37 678,074,515 94 712,767,383 45 34,692,867 51 

Revenue Produc- 
ing and Realiz- 
able Assets. . . 283,519,690 62 251,024,308 87 239,780,832 24 234,498,756 85 5,282,075 39 



Net Debt . . . 406,038,823 14 405,436,039 50 438,293,683 70 478,268,626 60 39,974,942 90 



Increase in Net Debt Accounted for Thus — 
Capital Disbursements — 

Disbursements on Highways, Public Buildings and 

Works, etc $ 41,241,058 38 

Less— Capital Receipts 149,489 33 



$ 41,091,569 05 

Discount on Debentures, etc., Issued during year 738,725 20 

Increase in Common School Fund 66 56 

Decrease in Income Accounts Receivable 1,322,666 23 

Increase in Savings Offices — Furniture and Fixtures and 

Alterations to Premises 1 ,530 46 



Deduct: 

Surplus — 

Surplus on Ordinary Account (as 

per Statement 1) . . . $ 322,495 42 

Provision Charged to Ordinary Ex- 
penditure — 
Retirement of Railway Aid 

Certificates 88,501 54 

Sinking Fund Instalments .... 992,655 27 

$ 1,403,652 23 

Discount on Debentures, etc. — Written off 878,372 45 

Earnings on Sinking Fund Investments (net) 20,937 73 

Provision for Accrued Interest on Treasury Bills 56,882 20 

Decrease in Deferred Assets 36,155 32 

Increase in Receivables — due from Municipalities and 

Dominion Government — re Highways 511,409 59 

Increase in Accrued Interest on Agricultural Develop- 
ment Board Debentures 248,766 27 

Decrease in Income Liabilities 23,324 98 

Miscellaneous Increases 1 13 83 



$ 43,154,557 50 



3,179,614 60 



Net Increase $39,974,942 90 



1938-39 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 41 

STATEMENT SHOWING SOURCES OF ORDINARY REVENUE 

For the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1939 

Dominion Government — 

Annual Subsidy $2,941,424 28 

Interest — Common School Fund 72,835 46 

$ 3,014,259 74 

Revenue Derived from Individuals and Corporations 
Receiving the Benefit of Provincial Services, Special 
Privileges or the Use of Natural Resources and Pro- 
perties, and Profits from Trading, etc.: 

Taxation $54,802,447 85 

Gasoline, Mines, Lands, Corporations, Income, Race 
Tracks (betting), Stock Transfers, Succession Duties, 
Fire Protection, etc. 

Royalties, Duties and Dues 3,487,627 91 

Bonus and Timber, Sand and Gravel, Game and Fish. 

Licenses and Permits 9,643,536 42 

Motor Vehicles, Liquor Permits, Hunting and Fishing, 
Insurance, Loans and Trust Companies, Mines, 
Theatres, etc. 

Fees 2,263,187 03 

Local Registrars, Police Magistrates, Crown Attorneys, 
etc., Mine Recording, Companies and Brokers' Regis- 
tration, etc., Land Transfers, Motor Vehicle Transfers, 
Tuition, Examinations, etc. 

Fines and Penalties 238,922 37 

Profits from Trading Activities 10,415,000 00 

Liquor Control Board — Profits, Fines, Sale of Confiscated 
Liquor, etc. 

Agriculture and Public Domain 648,742 69 

Repayments — Highways 516 18 

Sale of Material 244,844 62 

Produce, Live Stock, Equipment, etc. 

Rent, Board, Maintenance of Patients, Perquisites, etc 1,726,205 85 

Miscellaneous 357,980 01 

Ontario Gazette, sale of Government Publications, and 
Casual Revenue. 

83,829,010 93 



$86,843,270 67 



42 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OFfONTARIO 
Advances by the Province to March 31, 1939 

Advanced on Capital Account to March 31, 1938 $207,002,750 3( 

Repayments — 

Repayments from Sinking Fund in accordance with 

Debt Retirement Plan (1926)— to October 31, 1935.. . .$21,831,698 71 

Repayment by the Commission of its share of Debenture 
Loans matured, which were originally issued for Hydro 
and other Provincial Purposes — 

For the period from November 1, 1934, 

to March 31, 1938 $ 35,550,404 78 

For the fiscal year ending March 31, 

1939 1,780,102 71 

37,330,507 49 

59,162,206 20 



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Net Advances to March 31, 1939 $147,840,544 16 



RECEIPTS FROM HYDRO -ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Fiscal Year, 1939 

Capital Account — 

Repayment of Commission's share of Debenture Loans 
matured during the Fiscal Year 1939 originally issued for 

Hydro and other Provincial Purposes $ 1,780,102 71 

Rural Power Districts — Domestic Loans — Repayments 40,959 39 

$ 1,821,062 10 

Income Account — 

Interest on Cash Advances — 

Commission's share of interest paid by the Province for 
the Fiscal Year 1939 on all Cash Advances made to 

the Hydro $ 7,624,804 32 

Premium on Exchange — 

Commission's share of Exchange paid by the Province 
for the Fiscal Year 1939 on the transfer of funds to 
New York and London to meet interest and principal 

maturities 75,288 66 

Banks' Service Commission — 

Commission's share of the commission paid to various 
Banks by the Province as service charge for ad- 
ministering funds provided to meet interest and 

principal maturities 9,094 42 

Interest — Rural Power Districts — Domestic Loans 4,172 97 

7,713,360 37 

Total Cash Receipts $ 9,534,422 47 



1938-39 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 43 



LOANS TO MUNICIPALITIES, ETC. 

As at March 31, 1939 

Drainage Debentures — 

Tile (See page 52) $ 1,561,430 04 

Municipal (See page 52) 77,736 90 

$ 1,639,166 94 

Housing Loans (See page 52) 698,820 13 

$ 2,337,987 07 

Settlers' Loans 590,004 94 

Loans Advanced to Creameries 51,657 11 

Municipal Debentures — 

Citv of Windsor 627,128 14 

Town of Cochrane 30.000 00 

Village of Eganville 2,076 15 

Rural Power Districts — Domestic Loans 109,481 61 

Soldiers' Aid Commission 22,191 62 

J. Brillon— Mortgage 3,429 67 

Co-operative Marketing Loans 362,595 31 

$ 4,136,551 62 



BUILDINGS, ROADS, ETC. 

As at March 31, 1939 

Provincial Buildings and Lands $ 60,114,892 61 

Improvements to Highways, 1919-1939 219,089,575 94 

Northern Development— Roads and Farms, 1919-1937 47,255,590 88 

Colonization Roads— 1919-1937 5,714,974 31 

Secondary Trunk and Unorganized Territory Roads— 1938-1939 7,876,611 05 

Trans-Canada Highway, 1930-1937 15,140,619 40 

Niagara Parks Commission — Surplus of Assets 1,089,330 62 

General Works and Improvements 916,805 47 

Hydro Power Plant— Monteith 27,061 10 

Rural Power Transmission Lines— Bonus, 1927-1939 13,533,243 00 

Unemployment Relief — Municipal and General Relief Works 31,383,187 84 

Radium Element for Cancer Control 332,948 03 



$402,474,840 25 



44 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 

As at March 31, 1939 

Capital Account — 

Unemployment Relief $ 

Old Age Pensions — Other Provinces 

Mothers' Allowances — Municipalities 

Accountable Advances — Various Departments 

Returned Cheques Held for Collection 

Byron Telephone Company — Capital Stock 

Sale of Experimental Turkey Farm — Balance 

Savings Office 



Income Account — 

Provincial Treasurer — Corporation Tax, Succession Duties, etc $ 1,493,1 10 3& 

Agriculture — Northern Ontario Branch — Accrued Interest on Settlers' Loans 181,071 56 

Lands and Forests — Crown Land Sales and Interest, etc 79,860 95 

Highways — Municipalities, Maintenance of Highways, etc 14,530 09 

Hospitals and Institutions — Maintenance of Patients, etc 131,834 00 

Provincial Secretary — Filing Fees, etc 23,100 00 

Interest Due on Housing Loans 147,821 24 

Mines — Mining Leases, etc 66,679 07 

Liquor Control Board — Surplus 56,390 1 1 

Various Departments — Miscellaneous 28,357 33 



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2,269 


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$ 2,222,754 73 



PLANT, LIVESTOCK, STORES AND EQUIPMENT 

As at March 31, 1939 

Lands and Forests Department $ 425,000 00 

Health— Ontario Hospitals 433,919 00 

Education 7,346 09 

Provincial Secretary — Ontario Reformatories 368,633 01 

Agriculture 123,713 58 

King's Printer — Stationery Stock 31,132 51 

Treasury— Post Office 1,581 07 

Highways 887,845 54 



$ 2,279,170 80 



DEFERRED ASSETS 
As at March 31, 1939 

Guaranteed Debentures and Interest Coupons redeemed by Province — 

Housing $ 746,428 46 

Municipalities 104,308 88 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway 513,755 51 

Schools 101,432 28 

$ 1 

Promissory Notes Paid — 

Ottawa Separate Schools Commission 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission — 

Operating Deficit — Northern Ontario Properties $ 166,003 10 

Rural Power Districts— Service Charge 229,004 14 

Municipal Drainage Debentures — Township of Eastnor 

Home Bank (In Liquidation) — Balance 

$ 2,167,594 86 



,465,925 13 
53,902 23 



395,007 24 
2,760 26 

250,000 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



47 



RAILWAY AID CERTIFICATES 
As at March 31, 1939 



Year 
1939. 
1940. 
1941. 
1942. 
1943. 
1944. 



Amount 


Year 


42,985 11 


1945 


82,239 02 


1946 


67,943 75 


1947 


31,818 40 


1948 


24,920 51 


1949 


22,695 08 


1950 





Amount 


$ 


18,251 86 




18,251 86 




18,251 86 




18,251 86 




6,871 26 




699 60 


$ 


353,180 17 



Maturities 1st January and July 

TEMPORARY LOANS— TREASURY BILLS 
As at March 31, 1939 













Amount 


Where 


Date of Maturity 


Date of Issue 


Rate % 


Series 


Outstanding 


Payable 


1939 June 


30 


1938 Dec. 30 


1.00 














(Disc.) 


"EH" 


$ 2,000,000 00 


Canada 


Sept. 


2 


Sept. 2 


1.25 


"RT-P" 


2,000,000 00 


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Sept. 


2 


Sept. 2 


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1,000,000 00 


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Sept. 13 


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June 1 


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6,000,000 00 


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13 


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5,000,000 00 


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5,000,000 00 


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Nov. 1 


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10,000,000 00 


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21 


Dec. 21 


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$60,000,000 00 





BANK OVERDRAFT 

As at March 31, 1939 

Overdraft — 

Commerce $ 1,331 18 

Dominion 159,307 99 

Imperial 301,749 84 

Montreal 806,624 34 

Nova Scotia 441,784 09 

Royal 861,725 76 

Toronto 336,059 28 

$ 2,908,582 48 

Less — Cash in Bank — Barclay's 32,283 74 

Overdraft (see Statement No. 1) $ 2,876,298 74 

Less— Cash in Banks— Savings Office (see Page 48) 702,086 87 

Net Overdraft (see Statement of Assets and Liabilities— Page 7) $ 2,174,211 87 



48 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF THE PROVINCE OF 

ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE AND INVESTMENTS UNDER THE 

AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE ACT 

R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 77 

As at March 31, 1939 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE 

ASSETS 

Funds on deposit with Provincial Treasurer $ 39,618,277 30 

Savings Offices — 

Cash on Hand and in Banks $ 702,086 87 

Accounts Receivable 1,755 64 

Office Furniture and Equipment 56,458 58 

Alterations to Premises 7,037 77 

767,338 86 



$ 40,385,616 16 



LIABILITIES 

Savings Balances due to the Public with accrued interest to March 31, 1939 $ 40,092,333 06 

Reserve 293,283 10 



$ 40,385,616 16 



AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE ACT— INVESTMENTS— 

Agricultural Development Board— Debentures $ 62,288,000 00 

Less— Repayments to date 19,538,000 00 

$ 42,750,000 00 

Past Due and Accrued Interest on Debentures 6,199,419 18 

Farm Loans Act — Farm Loans Associations 132,822 50 

Capital Stock in Associations 2,445 00 

$ 49,084,686 68 

SPECIAL FUNDS 

As at March 31, 1939 

Niagara Parks Commission — Sinking Funds $ 105,434 83 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Fund (See page 49) 2,017,098 56 

Municipal Sinking Funds (See page 50) 2,169,083 14 

Assurance Fund— Land Titles Office 300,000 00 

Cash Surety Bonds — 

Game a/? d Fisheries 200 00 

Gasoline Tax 10,000 00 

Vimy Ridge Farm — Boys' Bank Deposits — In Trust 7 76 

Town of Ojibway 50,000 00 

Proceeds from Sale of Creamery 249 62 

Unclaimed Dividends 8,067 70 

Registry Offices — Surplus Fees deposited with Treasury 4,088 03 

Pulpwood Supply Company re Long Lac Watercourse 24,000 00 

Minimum Wage Act — Salary Adjustments Unclaimed 5 00 

$ 4,688,234 64 

RESERVES 

As at March 31, 1939 
Specif ic 

For Farm Loans $ 457,739 52 

Province of Ontario Savings Office 293,283 10 

Ontario Fire Relief Fund 13,552 05 

Bequests — Charitable and Educational 161,057 09 

Brophy Estate— Estreated 162,966 94 

Outstanding Cheques 44,402 30 

$1,133,001 00 



1938-39 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 49 

PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND 

R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 15, Part III 

As at March 31, 1939 

Balance at credit of Fund— March 31, 1938 $5,990,961 93 

Receipts and Payments for the year ended March 31, 1939: 
Contributions — 

Employees $ 483,093 24 

Boards, Commissions, etc. (Sec. 33) $ 64,894 63 

Province (Sec. 33) 418,198 61 



$ 483,093 24 

Province (Sec. 53) 15,571 14 

498,664 38 



$ 981,757 62 
Transfer from Teachers' and Inspectors' Superannuation Fund 

(Sec. 52) 36,788 52 



$1,018,546 14 
Earnings — 

Interest — On balance at credit of Fund as at 
March 31, 1938— 

$4,500,000.00 for 1 year at 4%% $ 213,750 00 

1,490,961.93 for 1 rear at 5% 74,548 10 



$ 288,298 10 
On Contributions — 

Employees $ 11,083 38 

Province 11,083 38 

• $ 22,166 76 

Teachers' and Inspectors' Su- 
perannuation Fund 869 51 

23,036 27 



$ 311,334 37 
Less — Interest deducted on" account of pay- 
ments to beneficiaries, etc 17,876 44 



$ 293,457 93 
Add — Interest on amounts transferred from 
Teachers' and Inspectors' Superannuation 
Fund 165 95 

293,623 88 



Total Receipts for year ended March 31, 1939 $1,312,170 02 

Payments — 

Allowances to Superannuates, Beneficiaries, etc.. . $ 690,772 46 

Refunds and Interest 95,260 93 

786,033 39 

526,136 63 



Balance at credit of Fund, March 31, 1939 $6,517,098 56 



INVESTMENT OF FUND 

Province of Ontario Debentures— 4%% due October 31, 1953 $4,500,000 00 

Funds uninvested on deposit with the Treasurer of Ontario 2,017,098 56 



$6,517,098 56 



50 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



MUNICIPAL SINKING FUNDS 



Municipal Sinking Funds on deposit with the Treasurer of Ontario to 
March 31, 1939, with Interest. (R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 266) 



Municipality 


By-law 


Amount 


Total 


Cities — Belleville 


1,595 
1,637 
1,677 
1,871 
1,980 
2,408 

410 
442 
480 

731 

640 
641 
784 
854 
870 
906 
923 
931 

139 

254 
259 
271 
293 
294 
295 
303 
355 

17 
9 

500 B 
533 B 
547 
548 
564 
582 

8 
688 
348 
404 

637 
649 
672 
692 
708 
754 
755 
788 
885 
886 
918 
989 
990 
992 
994 


$ c 
35,625 99 
39,309 48 
38,981 28 
49,679 62 
6,271 58 
51,105 40 


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220,973 35 


Towns — Gravenhurst 


21,253 18 
6,692 45 
6,905 56 






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34,851 19 
105,302 83 


Ingersoll 


19,324 64 

5,194 92 

23,623 48 

13,896 23 

742 11 

416 26 

6,225 92 

1,697 93 


Prescott 




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71,121 49 




6,250 85 
5,018 34 
2,406 05 
3,944 99 

27,606 87 
2,238 10 

11,192 40 
9,202 38 
2,764 71 


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70,624 69 


Thornbury 


22,176 79 
6,757 20 


a 






28,933 99 


Villages — Acton 


914 20 
375 92 
385 64 
1,030 30 
739 78 
156 13 


a 




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3,601 97 
4,890 29 




208,263 96 
90,941 53 
66,300 57 
84,503 96 
158,543 61 
111,453 78 
27,324 06 
16,328 74 
79,990 43 
10,908 02 
60,695 32 
33,394 09 
23,375 86 
61,222 61 
21,706 16 


Elora 


2,234 67 


Port Dalhousie 


15,640 58 
4,585 61 


Counties — Lincoln 




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1,054,952 70 



1938-39 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



51 



MUNICIPAL SINKING FUNDS— Continued 


Municipality 


By-law 


Amount 


Total 


Counties — Continued 

Welland 


928 
959 

875 
946 
1,003 
1,066 
1,129 
1,154 
1,219 
1,257 
1,294 
1,327 
1,342 
1,366 
1,369 
1,425 
1,427 
1,448 

2 

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8 
6 
8 

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3 
1 
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19 

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2 

4 


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119,017 14 

72,609 20 


$ c. 


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191,626 34 


Townships — Barton 


34,723 02 

30,011 83 

7,502 56 

7,785 98 

27,647 84 

16,588 55 

8,772 04 

5,897 57 

10,625 38 

50,913 32 

2,635 17 

7,238 07 

4,778 60 

8,555 88 

9,967 71 

30,419 97 


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264,063 49 


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18,398 54 
3,163 54 
4,958 86 
2,693 27 
8,750 30 


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37,964 51 
9,343 33 


Pelham 


8,186 30 
1,781 78 


^Wicksteed 


24,248 97 


School Boards — Pub. SS. No. 1 — Foleyet 


3,296 50 


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1,387 39 


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9,968 08 

4,832 04 
4,639 13 


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3,717 90 
1,114 14 


« « 12— Nepean 




Balance standing to credit of Municipal Sinking 
Fund Account at March 31, 1939 


2,169,083 14 











52 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 I 



LOANS TO MUNICIPALITIES 

As at March 31, 1939 

Tile and Municipal Drainage Acts, R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 71 and 72, 
Ontario Housing Act, 1919. 



Tile Drainage Loans — Municipality: 



Aldborough 

Anderdon 

Arran 

Brooke 

Camden 

Chatham 

Clinton 

Colborne 

Colchester North. 
Colchester South. 

Cramahe 

Cumberland 

Dawn 

Dover 

Dunwich 

Ekfrid 

Eldon 

Enniskillen 

Euphemia 

Flos 

Gloucester 

Gosfield North . . . 
Gosfield South . . . 

Goulbourn 

Grimsby North . . 

Guelph 

Gwillimbury East 

Harwich 

Hay 

Howard 

Huntley 

Innisfil 

Kinloss 

Logan 

Louth 

Luther East 

Maidstone 

Maiden 

Malahide 

March 

Mersea 

Minto 

Moore 

Nelson 

Nepean 

Niagara 

Norwich North . . 

Orford 

Oro 

Osgoode 

Oxford East 

Pakenham 

Pelee 

Pelham 

Pickering 

Plympton 

Raleigh 

Rawdon 

Rochester 

Romney 

Ross 

Saltfleet 

Sandwich East. . . . 



4,127 18 

27,344 19 

21 65 

17,662 29 

6,095 36 

123,209 05 

11,182 25 

359 32 

64,722 38 

42,899 61 

259 94 

2,822 87 

47,870 29 

123,522 96 

1,544 58 

358 57 

1,271 59 

22,501 83 

800 00 

349 58 

73 34 

49,952 06 

17,598 44 

2,212 71 

11,947 52 

641 69 

1,636 08 

112,508 57 

1,411 44 

28,998 37 

705 72 

932 14 

1,552 57 

2,710 70 

18,153 90 

1,834 86 

127,513 40 

23,156 85 

349 02 

1,023 10 

128,272 74 

1,438 00 

26,695 60 

14,520 56 

299 23 

8,969 95 

1,990 28 

7,278 00 

154 33 

488 98 

4,260 75 

6,797 82 

47,551 87 

2,397 78 

1,820 99 

10,857 04 

26,740 63 

761 50 

86,169 16 

19,042 79 

3,445 61 

5,693 23 

678 51 



Sandwich South $ 31 ,554 70 

Sandwich West 961 57 

Sarnia 3,319 24 

Scarborough 3,740 31 

Sombra 49,441 62 

Stoney Creek 600 00 

Tilbury East 29,791 42 

Tilbury North 49,899 22 

Tilburv West 61,977 19 

Trafalgar 4,060 83 

Townsend 2.393 74 

Walsingham South 846 87 

Warwick 2,757 09 

Waterloo 1,672 31 

Wawanosh West 403 87 

Wellesley 4,030 11 

Westmeath 992 09 

Wilmot 73 34 

Woolwich 972 45 

Zone 1,584 72 

Zorra West 194 03 



$1,561,430 04 



Municipal Drainage Loans — 
Municipality: 

Albemarle $ 2,129 15 

Alfred 1,107 55 

Caledonia 13,283 80 

Charlottenburgh 12,404 59 

Ellice 3,666 55 

Garafraxa West 447 73 

Howick 903 43 

Lancaster 4,521 77 

Lochiel 16,968 87 

Logan 1,284 61 

Minto 8,395 17 

McKillop 3,003 82 

Peel 950 98 

Sunnidale 441 37 

Turnberry 7,197 34 

Zorra West 1,030 17 



$ 77,736 90 



Housing Loans — Municipality: 

Bucke Township $ 40 

Capreol 19 

Charlton 3 

Cochrane 7 

Englehart 

Etobicoke 47 

Haileybury 230 

Hawkesbury 130 

Kapuskasing 

Niagara Falls 

Oshawa 

Port McNicoll 

Sandwich East Township. . . . 
Sioux Lookout 



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27 
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,624 47 
448 85 
131 43 
679 91 
379 42 
874 47 
033 10 
000 00 
974 10 
634 38 
295 13 
362 86 
781 17 
600 84 



$ 698,820 13 



1938-39 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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McKim, E. I 

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Moon, A. M 

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Rendall, S. D 

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Rogers, G. F 

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Wallace, R. H 

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Walton, G. A 

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Myers, C. R 

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Phair, J. T 

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Power, M 

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Department of Provincial Secretary 
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EXPENDITURE 

IN DETAIL BY 

DEPARTMENTS 



PART A 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

FISCAL YEAR, 1938-39 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Main Office: page 

Salaries and Maintenance, Etc 10 

Branches: 

Statistics and Publications Branch 11 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch 12 

Live Stock Branch 14 

Institutes Branch 15 

Dairy Branch 15 

Milk Control Board 17 

Fruit Branch 18 

Agricultural Representatives Branch 19 

Crops, Seeds and Weeds Branch 25 

Co-Operation and Markets Branch (Commissioner of Marketing) 26 

Kemptville Agricultural School 26 

Ontario Veterinary College, Guelph 29 

Western Ontario Experimental Farm, Ridgetown 30 

Demonstration Farms 30 

Northern Ontario Branch 31 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph 32 

Statutory 42 

Summary 9 



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A 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Hon. P. M. Dewan, Minister, 12 months (Statutory, see page A 42) 

MAIN OFFICE 
Salaries ($18,925.00) 

Permanent 

Reek, W. R Deputy Minister 12 months 5,000 00 

Fry, M Secretary to Minister • 2,000 00 

Goodwins, S Clerk, Group 1 " 1,500 00 

Knowles, B Senior Clerk Stenographer 1,400 00 

Martin, M. S Accountant, Group 3 " 2,100 00 

McDonald, B Secretarial Stenographer " 1,800 00 

Nagle, N Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 « 1,400 00 

Palmer, F. M Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,400 00 

Puttick, C Clerk Typist, Group 1 ■ 1,200 00 

Redden, E. D Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,125 00 

Travelling Expenses ($1,966.39) 

Hon. P. M. Dewan, 950.00; W. R. Reek, 1,016.39 1,966 39 

Maintenance ($1,788.34) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., 130.35; King's Printer, 861.11; Car tickets, 3.00; newspapers 

and periodicals, 76.13; telegrams, 86.98; telephone, 486.34; accounts under $100, 

144.43 1,788 34 

Provincial Zoologist, Salaries, Equipment, etc. ($8,137.68) 

Stevenson, L Provincial Zoologist 12 months 3,800 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. L. Jones, 19.73; L. Stevenson, 826.95 846 68 

Miscellaneous: 

Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 319.18; Central Scientific Company of Canada, Ltd., 
202.02; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 108.63; King's Printer, 589.66; 

B. Lovett, 178.75; Pay List, wages of men, 499.25; R. Stewart, Ltd., 455.94; 

Express and freight, 6.35; postage, 23.00; accounts under $100, 1,108.22 3,491 00 

Services and Expenses in Connection with Agricultural Work, etc. ($33,327.10) 

Salaries ($4,285.00): 
Permanent: 

Love, P. F Editor of Publications 12 months 2,000 00 

Temporary: 

Gorsline, F. H Field Man, Group 2 " 1,500 00 

Hay, J. C Assistant Law Clerk 6 ■ 785 00 

Services and Expenses: 

A. W. Baker, expenses, 130.34; L. Caesar, expenses, 47.96; P. A. Fisher, expenses, 
29.75; S. Goodwins, expenses, 26.85; F. H. Gorsline, expenses, 859.53; J. C. Hay, 
expenses, 6.60; P. F. Love, expenses, 166.71; R. J. McCormick, services, 232.50; 
expenses, 495.70; M. C. McPhail, expenses, 21.46; S. Reddick, services, 27.50; 
expenses 22.70; Sundry Persons, attending Seed Growers' meeting, 182.43 2,250 03 

Advertising: 

Farmer Magazine, 112.00; B. M. Pearce, 685.00; Sundry Newspapers, 450.27. . . 1,247 27 

Grants and Prizes: 

College Royal, 94.50; Eastern Canada Conference, Ontario's share of expenses, 
429.48; Kemptville Agricultural Royal, 48.00; Ontario Cream Patrons' Associa- 
tion, 1,500.00; Ontario Brotherhood of Threshermen, 200.00 2,271 98 

Miscellaneous: 

R. T. Amos, 800.00; Calder Motor Sales, 375.00; Canadian Horticulture & Home 
Magazine, 132.54; Canadian Society of Technical Agriculturists, 119.50; Canadian 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 11 

Main Office — continued 

Services and Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

Press Clipping Service, 289.93 ; Deloro Smelting & Refining Co., Ltd., 567.75 ; S. A. 
Hayden, 276.20; King's Printer, 19,566.28; E. S. Marr, 111.86; J. T. Richard, 

200.00; E. Sheppard, services as caretaker, 115.20; Cartage, express and 

freight, 100.19; newspapers and periodicals, 81.80; telephone, 29.91; accounts 

under $100, 506.66 23,272 82 

Administration and Enforcement of The Corn Borer Control 
under The Plant Diseases Act ($6,778.33) 

Counties:— Brant, 102.50; Durham and Northumberland, 219.90; Elgin, 456.00; 
Essex, 1,441.60; Haldimand, 107.50; Halton, 240.88; Huron, 152.85; Kent, 
1,590.88; Lambton, 270.13; Lincoln, 191.45; Middlesex, 292.75; Norfolk, 159.78; 
Ontario, 142.48; Oxford, 67.50; Peel, 111.00; Perth, 62.50; Waterloo, 138.55; 
Welland, 177.25; Wellington, 132.25; Wentworth, 135.45; York, 537.13 6,730 33 

Township of Pelee Island . . 48 00 

Expenses of Exhibits of Grain, Fruit, Vegetables, and Other Products 
at Exhibitions ($1,768.05) 
Services and Expenses: 

J. M. Guthrie, services, 70.00; expenses, 14.80; W. E. Maynard, services, 40.00; 
expenses, 37.10; E. L. Muir, services, 50.00; expenses, 40.00; J. Schermerhorn, 
services, 40.00; expenses, 9.90; A. Smith, services, 50.00; expenses, 67.66; L. M. 
Webster, services, 50.00; expenses, 35.95 505 41 

Miscellaneous: 

Canadian National Exhibition, 1,094.25; accounts under $100, 168.39 1,262 64 

Inspection of Apiaries ($9,501.59) 

Services and Expenses: 

Sundry Inspectors, services, 4,164.50; expenses, 4,760.89 8,925 39 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 168.60; Postage, 301.60; accounts under $100, 106.00 576 20 

Removal Expenses of Officials in the Public Service ($947.04) 

J. L. Baker, 74.37; C. D. Gardner, 31.59; J. A. Goldie, 93.43; L. H. Hanlan, 65.00; 
C. E. Lackner, 40.00; I. MacLeod, 105.70; M. C. McPhail, 107.75; E. Mighton, 
70.00; A. D. Runions, 94.20; J. C. Shearer, 190.00; E. H. White, 75.00 947.04 

Grants ($104,640.69) 

Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Association 25,000 00 

Ontario Provincial Winter Fair 8,000 00 

Ottawa Winter Fair 8,000 00 

Occasioned by Unassessable Crown Lands: 

MacDonald Consolidated School 483 00 

Ridgetown Public School 177 05 

Union Schools Nos. 1 and 2, Clinton and Louth 380 64 

1,040 69 



Ontario Experimental Union 1,000 00 

City of Toronto, re Horse Stables in Exhibition Park (1935-1952) 26,300 00 

Royal Winter Fair Association, as authorized by Order-in-Council, dated August 

14th, 1925 (1927-1943) 35,000 00 

World's Poultry Congress 300 00 

Main Office $187,780 21 

STATISTICS AND PUBLICATIONS BRANCH 
Salaries ($10,430.58) 

Permanent 

Symons, S. H. H Principal Clerk 12 months 2,100 00 

Engelter, N. C Senior Clerk " 1,800 00 

Gale, C. J Clerk, Group 1 ■ 1,400 00 

Hall, W. R u ■ 3 u 1,050 00 



A 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statistics and Publications Branch — Continued 

Salaries, Permanent — Continued 

McDevitt, J. J Clerk, Group 3 12 months 1,050 00 

Tuck, E. M " " 2 " 1,050 00 

Wagner, V Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Temporary- 
Gordon, J. B Clerk, Group 3 \% months 138 00 

Riach,M.C " " 3 8 4/5 " 792 58 

Travelling Expenses ($344.54) 
J.J. McDevitt, 8.05 ; S. H. H. Symons, 336.49 344 54 

Maintenance ($982.12) 

King's Printer, 752.32; Cartage, express and freight, 5.70; newspapers and 

periodicals, 9.00; telegrams, 22.08; telephone, 41.66; accounts under $100, 151.36. '982 12 

Statistics and Publications Branch $11,757 24 

AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETIES BRANCH 
Salaries ($10,534.50) 

Permanent 

Carroll, J. A Superintendent 12 months 3,750 00 

Andrews, D. H Clerk, Group 1 « 1,200 00 

Clark, J. F Lecturer in Horticulture " 2,300 00 

McArthur, O Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,400 00 

Shields, A. F Office Boy " 750 00 

Wickware, O Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 1,050 00 

Temporary 
Park J Clerk, Group 2 1 month 84 50 

Travelling Expenses ($2,303.09) 

D. H. Andrews, 20.25; J. A. Carroll, 923.82; J. F. Clark, 1,229.22; O. McArthur, 

19.60; G. Rush, 93.45; A. F. Shields, 16.75 2,303 09 

Maintenance ($2,362.78) 

King's Printer, 2,057.02; Car tickets, 5.00; cartage and express, 21.42; newspapers 

and periodicals, 21.20; telegrams, 19.18; telephone, 69.78; accounts under $100, 

169.18 2,362 78 

Judges' Services, Travelling and Other Expenses ($3,057.71) 
Sundry Judges, services, 962.50; expenses, 2,095.21 3,057 71 

Horticultural, Agricultural and Vegetable Growers' Meetings at the 
Direction of the Department, Investigations and Unforeseen 
Expenditures ($1,757.26) 

Sundry Judges, travelling expenses 1,730 76 

Miscellaneous: 

Canadian Passenger Association, 16.50; F. Wilkinson, 10.00 26 50 

Field Crop Competitions, Prizes and Miscellaneous Expenses, including 
Transportation and Other Expenses of Exhibits at Exhibitions ($5,860.90) 

Prizes: — Sundry Persons 4,320 73 

Services and Expenses: — Sundry Persons, services, 697.50; expenses, 676.15 1,373 65 

Miscellaneous: — Cartage and express, 147.85; accounts under $100, 18.67 166 52 

Special Prizes, Provincial Plowing Match ($700.00) 

Ontario Plowmen's Association ! 700 00 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 13 



Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch — Continued 

Grants under Section 22, Subsection 1 (a) to (g) inclusive ($64,815.00) 

Sundry Societies in:— Algoma, 1,214.00; Brant, 916.00; Bruce, 2,206.00; Carleton 
1,959.00; Cochrane, 485.00; Dufferin, 901.00; Dundas, 348.00; Durham, 859.00 
Elgin, 1,311.00; Essex, 2,173.00; Frontenac, 904.00; Glengarry, 438.00; Grenville 
605.00; Grey, 2,665.00; Haldimand, 452.00; Haliburton, 434.00; Halton, 944.00 
Hastings, 1,910.00; Huron, 1,700.00; Kenora, 768.00; Kent, 933.00; Lambton 
1,632.00; Lanark, 1,356.00; Leeds, 365.00; Lennox and Addington, 808.00 
Lincoln, 534.00; Manitoulin, 988.00; Middlesex, 1,753.00; Muskoka, 1,415.00 
Nipissing, 227.00; Norfolk, 1,223.00; Northumberland, 1,213.00; Ontario 
1,078.00; Oxford, 2,173.00; Parry Sound, 2,526.00; Peel, 1,450.00; Perth, 1,878.00 
Peterborough, 1,996.00; Prescott, 573.00; Prince Edward, 333.00; Rainy River 
1,086.00; Renfrew, 1,480.00; Russell, 480.00; Simcoe, 2,746.00; Stormont, 565.00 
Sudbury, 602.00; Temiskaming, 600.00; Thunder Bay, 1,256.00; Victoria 
1,398.00; Waterloo, 1,658.00; Welland, 875.00; Wellington, 1,860.00; Wentworth 
774.00; York, 1,789.00 



64,815 00 



To Indemnify Societies Suffering from Rainy Weather or Fire, to be paid in 

in Accordance with R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 81, Section 22, 

Subsections 2 and 3 ($7,575.69) 

Sundry Societies in :— Algoma, 347.02 ; Dundas, 354.50 ; Durham, 136.41 ; Elgin, 94.89 ; 
Frontenac, 500.00; Grey, 158.43; Haliburton, 98.02; Hastings, 357.71; Huron, 
272.25; Kent, 306.54; Lanark, 71.74; Leeds, 402.24; Lincoln, 208.99; Middlesex, 
147.56; Muskoka, 38.91; Northumberland, 95.47; Ontario, 500.00; Peel, 139.92; 
Perth, 837.14; Prescott, 155.72; Renfrew, 645.48; Simcoe, 874.22; Welland, 329.32; 
Wellington, 438.08; Wentworth, 65.13 



7,575 69 



To Encourage Local Plowing Matches to be Paid in Grants or Otherwise 
as may be Approved by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council ($6,486.32) 

Sundry Societies in:— Algoma, 200.00; Brant, 125.00; Bruce, 100.00; Carleton, 
68.37; Dufferin, 50.00; Dundas, 50.00; Durham, 50.00; Elgin, 50.00; Frontenac, 
50.00; Glengarry, 75.00; Grenville, 75.00; Grev, 397.63; Haldimand, 125.00; 
Halton, 75.00; Hastings, 50.00; Huron, 100.00; Kenora, 10.50; Kent, 185.00; 
Lambton, 86.00; Lanark, 23.50; Leeds, 75.00; Lennox and Addington, 49.50; 
Lincoln, 100.00; Manitoulin, 17.00; Middlesex, 100.50; Muskoka, 40.75; Nipissing, 
75.00; Norfolk, 50.00; Ontario, 108.50; Oxford, 75.00; Peel, 50.00; Perth, 121.75; 
Peterborough, 60.50; Prescott, 100.00; Russell, 173.00; Simcoe, 223.50; Stormont, 
50.00; Sudbury, 43.00; Thunder Bay, 50.00; Temiskaming, 17.50; Victoria, 
64.50; Waterloo, 200.00; Welland, 50.00; Wellington, 100.00; Wentworth, 
100.00; York, 175.00 

Services and Expenses: 

Sundry Judges and Demonstrators, services, 972.50; expenses, 1,297.82 



4,216 00 
2,270 32 



Grants under Horticultural Societies Act ($8,778.53) 

Sundry Societies in:— Algoma, 59.90; Brant, 165.85; Bruce, 270.26; Carleton 
290.72; Cochrane, 180.86; Dundas, 95.12; Durham, 72.50; Elgin, 141.42; Essex 
91.74; Frontenac, 95.21; Glengarry, 26.10; Grenville, 41.54; Grey, 171.39 
Haldimand, 58.36; Halton, 195.75; Hastings, 56.72; Huron, 188.12; Kent 
654.21; Lambton, 273.04; Lanark, 131.32; Leeds, 94.83; Lennox, 19.01; Lincoln 
106.23; Manitoulin, 57.54; Middlesex, 246.02; Muskoka, 103.86; Norfolk, 72.88 
Northumberland, 43.28; Ontario, 86.35; Oxford, 307.97; Parry Sound, 40.65 
Peel, 107.45; Perth, 313.91; Peterborough, 58.00; Prescott, 66.09; Rainy River 
40.79; Renfrew, 201.08; Russell, 40.89; Simcoe, 404.63; Stormont, 82.63; Sud 
bury, 25.47; Temiskaming, 136.01; Thunder Bay, 65.08; Victoria, 162.85 
Waterloo, 697.78; Welland, 373.21; Wellington, 379.37; Wentworth, 223.78 
York, 960.76 



8,778 53 



Special Grants under Section 23 ($4,000.00) 

Canadian National Exhibition 

Central Canada Exhibition 

Western Fair Association 



2,000 00 

1,017 00 

983 00 



Grants to Agricultural Societies notwithstanding Provisions of 
Agricultural Societies Act ($940.00) 



Sundry Societies. 



940 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch — Continued 

Grants ($950.00) 

Ontario Plowmen's Association 

Ontario Vegetable Growers' Association 

Ontario Horticultural Association 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch $120,121 78 



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LIVE STOCK BRANCH 
Salaries ($15,325.00) 

Permanent 

O'Neill, L. E Director 

Bromley, D. V Senior Clerk Stenographer. . 

Gardhouse, C " 

Graham, R. H Field man, Group 2 

Hamlett, J Clerk Typist, Group 1 

Hutton, G. S Office Boy 

Martin, B.N Clerk Typist, Group 1 

Roberts, F. B Filing Clerk, Group 1 

Watson, W. P Field Man, Group 1 



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Travelling Expenses ($2,850.36) 

R. H. Graham, 845.87; G. S. Hutton, 55.55; L. E. O'Neill, 712.83; W. P. Watson, 
1,236.11 



2,850 36 



Maintenance ($1,480.68) 

King's Printer, 1,274.77; Express, 15.62; newspapers and periodicals, 27.48; 

telegrams, 19.80; telephone, 96.61; accounts under $100, 46.40 



1,480 68 



Grants: 



Educational and Demonstration Work ($14,297.24) 



Exhibitions and Fairs 

Horse and Cattle Shows 

Poultry Associations 

Associations Holding Sales of Pure Bred Stock 



Prizes: 



Bacon Litter Competitions 
Boys' Club Work 



Judging, etc. 

Sundry Persons, services, 369.00; expenses, 292.70 

Miscellaneous: 

Dominion Regalia Co., Ltd., 136.62; Hotel Carls-Rite Co., 105.05; King's 
Printer, 199.61 ; Sundry Persons, purchase of stock, 3,710.05; Woodstock Farmers 

Co-operative Association, Ltd., 354.75 ; Car tickets, 9.07; cartage and 

freight, 2,054.73; accounts under $100, 295.02 6,864 90 

Less: Dominion Government Refunds, proportion of express 

and trucking charges 1,991 49 



1,096 00 

2,763 30 

947 50 

1,448 00 



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661 70 



4,873 41 



Expenses In Connection with Tuberculosis Testing Work ($18,265.98) 
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa 18,265 98 



Services and Expenses re Administration of Stallion Enrolment 
Act, etc. ($14,561.99) 

Inspectors, services, 1,900.00; expenses, 1,465.07 3,365 07 

Premiums for Pure Bred Stallions — Sundry Persons, 11,090.00; less refund G. 

Arnold (1937-38), 34.70 11,055 30 

Miscellaneous: — Commissioner of Police for Ontario, 89.52; C. W. A. Marion, 52.10. 141 .62 






1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AL5 

Live Stock Branch — Continued 

Grants ($2,290.00) 

Canadian Hunter, Saddle and Light Horse Improvement Society 750 00 

Ontario Horse Breeders' Association 750 00 

Ontario Cattle Breeders' Association 750 00 

Prince of Wales Prize 40 00 

Live Stock Branch $69,071 25 

INSTITUTES BRANCH 
Salaries ($18,680.31) 

Permanent 

Clarke, M. A Superintendent 

McDermand, B. C " 

Brodie, I. W Clerk, Group 1 

Eadie, F. P Field Assistant 

Hamilton, A. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Harvey, S. T Clerk, Group 3 

Hopkins, E Field Assistant 

Keeling, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Powell, M. V Organizer and Lecturer 

Slicter, E Field Assistant 

Wilkie, J. S Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 



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Gray, G. A " " 

Park, J Clerk, Group 2 

Travelling Expenses ($1,479.33) 

F. P. Eadie, 483.29; M. A. Clarke, 220.86; S.T.Harvey, 42.37; M. Keeling, 2.40; 
B. C. McDermand, 240.46; N. McKibbin Agency, 11.40; M. V. Powell, 468.65; 

J. S. Wilkie, 3.90; Car tickets, 6.00 1,479 33 

Maintenance ($1,119.76) 

King's Printer, 795.11; Express, 82.15; newspapers and periodicals, 75.60; tele- 
grams, 27.92; telephone, 107.15; accounts under $100, 31.83 1,119 76 

Services, Travelling, Equipment, Grants and Other Expenses ($52,288.94) 
Grants: 

Sundry Women's Institutes 6,191 00 

Sundry Lecturers: 

Services, 26,101.00; expenses, 16,593.58 42,694 58 

Miscellaneous: 

Department of Labour, 436.19; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 241.73; King's Printer, 

2,280.51 ; Accounts under $100, 444.93 3,403 36 

Institutes Branch $73,568 34 

DAIRY BRANCH 
Salaries ($6,050.03) 

Permanent 

Lackner, C. E Director 7 months 1,750 03 

Netterfield, H Clerk, Group 2 12 * 1,200 00 

Nicholson, L Senior Clerk Stenographer u 1,300 00 

Temporary 
Barr, G. H Director 6 months 1,800 00 

Travelling Expenses ($759.75) 

G. H. Barr, 360.35; C. E. Lackner, 399.40 759 75 



A 16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Dairy Branch — Continued 

Maintenance ($922.54) 

King's Printer, 787.41 ; Express, 5.30, newspapers and periodicals, 8.65; telegrams, 

4.03 ; telephone, 69.91 ; accounts under $100, 47.24 



922 54 



Salaries ($70,654.59) 



Dairy Instruction and Inspection ($113,812.43) 

Permanent 



Cheese Instruction: 

Herns, F Chief Instructor 

Robinson, J. F Dairv Instructor and Inspector. 

Sandwith, H. B « 



12 months 



Creamery Instruction: 

Baker, J. L Butter Grader and Inspector of 

Creameries 7 months 1,341 67 

Creamery Instructor 5 " 708 33 

Scott, J. H Butter Grader 5 months 

Adams, T. C Creamery Instructor 12 

Barker, G. H " " 

Bogaerts, P. J u " 

Davies, C. A Creamery Instructor and Inspector 

Dunlop, W. R u " " u 2 " 

Hill, J. A Creamery Instructor 12 " 

Johnston, R " u 

Lackner, C. E " u 5 " 

Legault, A " " 12 " 

McKenzie, W. S " " 

McMillan, D u " 

Palmer, J. C Creamery Instructor and Inspector 5% 

5, J- 



3,000 00 
1,700 00 
1,700 00 



Stubbs, J Ci 



Instructor 12 



2,050 
1,258 
1,700 
1,700 
1,700 
1,700 

300 
1,700 
1,700 

708 
1,700 
1,700 
1,700 

846 
1,700 



00 
33 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
30 
00 
00 
00 
77 
00 



Temporary 
Cheese Instruction: 

Alguire, G. H Dairy Instructor and Inspector 9 months 

Blondin, P " " " " 

Boyes, T. F " " " " 9 months 1,399 95 

Less leave of absence 80 28 
Brennan, C.J Dairy Instructor and Inspector 12 months 



Burns, R. F. 
Cheetham, S. S.. 
Cobey, W. J.. . . 

Connell, D 

Cunningham, H. 
Loughin, VV. C. . 
Martin, G. I.. . . 
McAllister, E.. . . 
McAllister, J.. . . 
McEvoy, O. J.. . 
McKinley, H. A. 
McMillan, G. A. 
McNeil, S. H... 
Mitchell, J. A.. . 
Moore, W. J.. . . 
Murray, J. A.. . . 
Oliver, W. T. . . . 
Owens, G. W.. . . 
Pollard, G., Jr.. 

Rancier, G 

Rogers, E. T. . . 
Sherriff, G. A... 
Trickey, M. O.. 
Wright, G. F.. . 



W 



9 



sy 2 

9 



1,399 95 
1,399 95 

1,319 67 
1,849 95 
1,348 10 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,319 67 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 
1,399 95 



Sundry Cheese Factory Inspectors (part time) 2,655 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

T. C. Adams, 1,124.66; G. H. Alguire, 809.33; J. L. Baker, 786.83; G. H. Barker, 
2,152.50; P. Blondin, 743.08; P. J. Bogaerts, 1,443.42; T. F. Boyes, 792.79; 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 17 



Dairy Branch — Continued 

Dairy Instruction and Inspection — Continued 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

C. J. Brennan, 799.22; R. F. Burns, 721.87; S. S. Cheetham, 779.93; W. J. Cobey, 
864.63; D. Connell, 763.13; H. W. Cunningham, 708.14; C. A. Davies, 1,442.44; 
W. R. Dunlop, 189.83; A. L. Gibson, 425.78; F. Herns, 738.41 ; J. A. Hill, 1,093.06; 
R. Johnston, 1,342.55 ; C. E. Lackner, 554.10; A. Legault, 1,483.90; W. C. 
Loughin, 887.18; G. I. Martin, 828.98; E. McAllister, 733.83; J. McAllister, 
736.68; O. J. McEvoy, 734.33; W. S. McKenzie, 1,285.18; H. A. McKinley, 
715.48; D. McMillan, 1,024.22; G. A. McMillan, 713.28; S. H. McNeil, 737.63; 
J. A. Mitchell, 970.33 ; W. J. Moore, 733.13; J. A. Murray, 771.43; W. T. Oliver, 
906.43; G. W. Owens, 806.23; J. C. Palmer, 394.30; G. Pollard, Jr., 775.63; G. 
Rancier, 744.48; J. F. Robinson, 809.96; E. T. Rogers, 747.33; H. B. Sandwith, 
905.44; J. H. Scott, 255.56; G. A. Sherriff, 745.63; J. Stubbs, 1,224.18; M. O. 
Trickey, 832.53; G. F. Wright, 727.63 40,506 61 

Miscellaneous: 

W. A. Barnes & Sons, 105.00; Central Scientific Company of Canada, Ltd., 
752.12; Kimble Glass Co., 144.64; King's Printer, 1,031.33; Sundry Persons, 
washing milk bottles, 123.86; accounts under $100, 494.28 2,651 23 

Dairy Branch $121,544 75 



MILK CONTROL BOARD 



Salaries ($17,705.25) 

Permanent 

Meek, CM Chairman 

Houck, J. E " 

Beck, J. S Member 

Clarke, H. A Inspector 

Lowe, A. H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 

MacKinnon, J. F Auditor 

Nelson, J. B Secretary 

Pardy, W Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 

Wilson, O. S " " " 1 



10% months 4,028 23 



1 


u 


350 00 


12 


u 


3,750 00 




u 


2,500 00 




u 


900 00 




u 


2,500 00 




u 


2,650 00 




u 


900 00 


m 


« 


127 02 



Allowances to Members of the Board ($572.50) 

E. Kitchen at 12.50 per diem, 212.50; J. A. MacFeeters at 15.00 per diem, 360.00. . 



572 50 



Travelling Expenses ($2,495.32) 

J. S. Beck, 89.14; H. A. Clarke, 1,025.07; Department of Highways, 65.90; J. A. Mac- 
Feeters, 6.35; J. F. MacKinnon, 753.62; C. M. Meek, 391.45; J.B.Nelson, 163.79 



2,495 32 



Maintenance ($1,341.37) 

King's Printer, 948.35; Newspapers and periodicals, 29.10; telegrams, 90.22; 

telephone, 204.83; accounts under $100, 68.87 



1,341 37 



Services and Expenses in Connection with Administration, Inspection and 
Enforcement of The Milk Control Act of Ontario ($22,934.27) 



Salaries ($12,900.00) 



Permanent 



Brodie, G. B Creamery Instructor. 

Chambers, C Milk Test Checker. . 

Clark, A. P " 

Cumberland, J. C u " " .. 

Johnson, E. D " " " .. 

Misener, W. L " " " 

Welsh, H. B " " " 



Wynn, G. E. 



Temporary 
Milk Test Checker. . 



12 months 


1,700 00 


a 


1,700 00 


a 


1,700 00 


" 


1,600 00 


a 


1,600 00 


u 


1,600 00 


u 


1,500 00 


12 months 


1,500 00 



A 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Milk Control Board — Continued 
Services and Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Travelling Expenses: 

G. B. Brodie, 1,333.00; C. Chambers, 1,153.82; A. P.Clark, 1,103.00; H. B. Cowan, 
5.00; J. C. Cumberland, 1,168.52; E. D. Johnson, 1,061.70; W. L. Misener, 951.50; 
G. J. Scandrett, 50.30; H. B. Welsh, 1,393.90; G. E. Wynn, 1,569.70 9,790.44 

Miscellaneous: 

J. W. Aikens, 8.00; H. Atkinson, 23.80; F. C. Baker & Co., 30.00; Cherry-Burrill 
Corp., 19.98; H. B. Cowan, 20.45; A. H. Liff, 24.00; N. F. Newton, 24.00; Nichols 
Chemical Co., Ltd., 3.60; G. J. Scandrett, 90.00 243 83 

Milk Control Board $ 45,048 71 

FRUIT BRANCH 
Salaries ($8,550.00) 

Permanent 

Hodgetts, P. W Director 12 months 3,750 00 

Boehler, G Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,300 00 

Rush, G Vegetable Specialist " 2,000 00 

Webster, H. M Field Man " 1,500 00 

Travelling Expenses ($155.19) 
P. W. Hodgetts • 155 19 

Maintenance ($762.32) 

King's Printer, 541.24; Express, 1.75; newspaper and periodicals, 6.25; telegrams, 

6.63; telephone, 175.35; accounts under $100, 31.10 762 32 

Fruit Work, including Expenditure under The Plant 
Diseases Act, etc. ($13,751.67) 

Municipalities, Half Cost of Inspection: 

Clinton, 111.70; Fonthill, 18.00; Grantham, 73.58; Grimsby, 2.60; Hespeler, 
25.00; Niagara, 50.75; North Grimsby, 72.00; Louth, 70.00; Pelham, 45.80; 
Saltfleet, 108.20; Stamford, 53.70 631 33 

Inspectors: 

Sundry Inspectors, services, 4,827.00; expenses, 6,297.07 11,124 07 

Miscellaneous: 

Canadian Horticultural Council, 200.00; Gravenhurst Hardware Co., 108.09; 

King's Printer, 328.65; Ontario Fruit Growers' Association, grant, 700.00; 

Postage, 55.20; telegrams, .70; telephone, 106.56; accounts under $100, 497.07.. . 1,996 27 

Grants ($1,150.00) 

Ontario Fruit Growers' Association 800 00 

Entomological Society of Ontario 350 00 

Pre-Cooling Station, Brighton, Equipment, Services and Expenses ($2,736.72) 

Services and Expenses: 

H. M. W T ebster, expenses, 441.87; H. N. Webster, services, 1,005.00; expenses, 

84.75 1,531 62 

Miscellaneous: 

Brighton Hydro-Electric System, 584.83; Village of Brighton, 150.00; C. Males, 

230.75; Freight, 1.56; postage, 3.00; telegrams, .70; telephone, 55.30; accounts 

under $100, 178.96 1,205 10 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 19> 



Fruit Branch — Continued 
Horticultural Experiment Station, Vineland 

Salaries ($39,950.60) 

Permanent 

Palmer, E. F Director 12 months 3,750 00 

Ashwood, J. V Farm Hand, Group 2 " 1,050 00 

Bailey, D. L Pathologist (Part time) " 1,500 00 

Ball, G. A Farm Hand, Group 2 " 1,050 00 

Barber, A. W Teamster " 1,050 00 

Burkholder, I. G Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Cass, S. J Gardener " 1,300 00 

Dickson, G. H Hybridist " 2,550 00 

Eggleton, H. T Farm Hand, Group 2 " 1,050 00 

Gee, B " " " 2 " 900 00 

Goldie, J. A Horticultural Representative, Group 2 " 2,000 00 

Marlow, G Mechanic " 1,300 00 

Peacock, C. S Farm Hand, Group 2 " 1,050 00 

Peacock, J Teamster " 1,050 00 

Robb, O. J Olericulturist " 2,700 00 

Stephenson, W. H Assistant Gardener " 1,125 00 

Strong, W. J Hybridist " 2,500 00 

Thornton, J Stationary Engineer, Group 3 1,300 00 

Upshall, W. H Research Specialist " 3,000 00 

vanHaarlem, J. R Hybridist " 2,400 00 

Webb, G Head Teamster " 1,200 00 

Webb, L Maid " 675 00 

Wylie, S Foreman " 1,600 00 

Temporary 

Atyeo, S. D Fireman, Group 3 7 5/6 months 685 88 

Barber, W Farm Hand 12 " 624 00 

Thomson, C. L Research Assistant, Group 2 7 2/5 " 742 34 

Wasley, W. T Fireman, Group 3 6 5/6 " 598 38 



Services, Travelling and Other Expenses ($21,999.45) 

Services: 

Graduate Assistants, Farm Hands and Firemen 



4,963 10 



Travelling Expenses: 

G. H. Dickson, 146.48; J. A. Goldie, 334.81; C. B. Kelly, 68.85; E. F. Palmer, 
640.34; O. J. Robb, 95.06; W. J. Strong, 85.80; W. H. Upshall, 178.49; J. R. 



vanHaarlem, 481.50. 



2,031 33 



Miscellaneous: 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 435.24; R. E. Book & Sons, 199.44; E. F. Braund, 
868.24; Central Scientific Company of Canada, Ltd., 173.31; Cities Service Oil Co., 
Ltd., 785.17; Coy Bros., 163.42; S. M. Culp & Co., 2,569.35; W. G. Fletcher, 
171.30; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 172.74; Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario, 913.24; King's Printer, 220.87; County of Lincoln, 395.09; Lockhart's 
Camera Exchange, 245.50; F. J. Murphy, Ltd., 195.58; Niagara Packers, 
Ltd., 2,405.11; T. E. Pullen, 537.25; Queen City Coal and Coke Co., 329.56; 
Smart-Turner Machine Co., Ltd., 193.00; Vineland Growers' Co-Operative, 

Ltd., 406.05; Wilcox Hardware, 109.70; Wood Bros., 109.76; Cartage, 

express and freight, 497.61; newspapers and periodicals, 95.75; postage, 396.08; 

telegrams, 1.99; telephone, 343.02; accounts under $100, 2,071.65 15,005 02 

Fruit Branch $89,055 95 



AGRICULTURAL REPRESENTATIVES BRANCH 
Salaries ($12,591.86) 

Permanent 

Duncan, R. S Director 12 months 3,750 00 

Cooper, N Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 . . .12 months 975 00 

Less leave of absence 40 80 934 20 

Ellis, B Clerk, Group 1 12 months 1,400 00 

Froom, R. W Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 



A 20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Agricultural Representatives Branch — Continued 

Salaries, Permanent — Continued 

Martin, A. H. S Assistant Director 7 months 1,925 00 

McPhail, M. C " a 5 ■ 1,312 50 

Neale, L. J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 975 00 

Wilson, W Clerk, Group 2 " 1,050 00 

Temporary 
Winterburn, I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 2 5/6 months 195 16 

Travelling Expenses ($1,975.45) 

R. S. Duncan, 1,029.57; B. Ellis, 6.96; R. W. Froom,3.16; A. H.S. Martin, 558.63; 

M. C. McPhail, 352.47; L. J. Neale, 24.66 1,975 45 

Maintenance ($2,375.74) 

King's Printer, 1,836.14; Car tickets, 3.00; express, 15.93; newspapers and 

periodicals, 39.55; telegrams, 99.74; telephone, 288.88; accounts under $100, 

92.50 2,375 74 

County Offices 

Agricultural Representative Work, Services, Expenses 
and Equipment ($305,112.10) 

Algoma ($5,600.38): 

Macintosh, J. M Representative 12 months 3,000 00 

Cushley, G Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 u 825 00 

Expenses 1,775 38 

Brant ($4,650.62): 

Barr, A. M Representative 12 months 2,200 00 

Bell, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 u 975 00 

Expenses 1 ,475 62 

Bruce ($5,344.13): 

Paterson, G. R Representative 11 months 2,643 15 

Gear, G. R u 1 " 150 00 

Scanlan, A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 975 00 

Expenses 1,575 98 

Carleton ($6,622.46): 

Croskery, W. M Representative 12 months 3,000 00 

Hinds, E. F Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Expenses 2,647 46 

Cochrane North ($4,773.85): 

Pomerleau, D. J Representative 12 months 2,300 00 

LaRoche, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 825 00 

Expenses 1 ,648 85 

Cochrane South ($2,423.21): 

Boivin, J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 Y2 month 37 70 

Expenses 2,385 51 

Cochrane West ($2,108.94): 

Montcalm, W. A Representative 5 months 750 00 

Expenses 1 ,358 94 

Dufferin ($4,277.57): 

Stewart, F. K. B Representative 12 months 1,900 00 

Baltzer, R. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Expenses 1,402 57 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 21 

Agricultural Representatives Branch — Continued 

County Offices — Continued 

Dundas ($5,170.55): 

Graham, H. W Representative 12 months 2,850 00 

Less leave of absence 253 33 2,596 67 

Smith, B. W Assistant Representative 3 months 375 00 

Schwerdtfeger, M. K Clerk Typist, Group 2 12 " 750 00 

Expenses 1 ,448 88 

Durham ($4,810.76): 

Summers, E. A Representative 12 months 1,900 00 

Morton, M. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Expenses 1 ,935 76 

Elgin ($8,033.91): 

Thomas, F. S Representative 12 months 3,000 00 

Smith, B. W Assistant Representative 9 " 1,125 00 

Cheesman, M. G Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 4 " 275 00 

Martyn, H. M " " 8 " 600.00 

Expenses 3,033 91 

Essex ($5,348.19): 

McKenney, A Representative 12 months 3,000 00 

Pizer, M. D Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 1,050 00 

Expenses 1,298 19 

Frontenac ($5,096.80) 

Sirett, A. W Representative 12 months 2,400 00 

Lake, E. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 a 1,050 00 

Expenses 1 ,646 80 

Glengarry ($4,550.16): 

Langton, A. V Representative 12 months 1,800 00 

Lalonde, L. B Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 u 900 00 

Expenses 1 ,850 16 

Grenville ($4,160.65): 

MacLeod, H. G Representative 12 months 1,800 00 

Timleck, M. W Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Expenses 1 ,385 65 

Grey ($6,465.45): 

Cooper, T. S Representative 12 months 3,000 00 

Colgan, E.J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 u 975 00 

Expenses 2,490 45 

Haldimand ($4,439.47): 

Skinner, A. G Representative . . . 12 months 2,300 00 

Rebbetoy, M. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Expenses 1,164 47 

Halton ($5,179.17): 

Whitelock, J. E Representative 12 months 3,000 00 

Downs, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 825 00 

Expenses 1 ,354 1 7 

Hastings ($4,110.56): 

Fair, H. L Representative 12 months 1,800 00 

Brown, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 825 00 

Expenses 1 ,485 56 

Huron ($5,257.11): 

MacLeod, I Representative 5 months 833 30 

Shearer, J. C " 7 " 1,750 00 

Watt, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 975 00 

Expenses 1,698 81 



A 22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Agricultural Representatives Branch — Continued 

County Offices — Continued 

Kenora ($5,536.93): 

MacRae, D. E Representative 12 months 2,400 00 

Morris, C Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 750 00 

Expenses 2,386 93 

Kent ($5,608.44): 

Garner, J. A Representative 12 months 2,850 0G 

Johnston, N. C Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Expenses 1,783 44 

Lambton ($5,545.80): 

Macdonald, W. P Representative 12 months 3,000 00 

McEwan, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 9 " 618 75 

McHattie, F. M ■ " " 2 3% " 298 79 

Expenses 1,628 26 

Lanark ($4,401.37): 

Davidson, W. A Representative 12 months 2,100 00' 

Cameron, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 975 00 

Expenses 1 ,326 37 

Leeds ($4,808.24): 

Ostler, J. R Representative 12 months 2,100 00 

Latimer, C. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 825 00 

Expenses 1 ,883 24 

Lennox and Addington ($4,983.81): 

Buchanan, C. W Representative 12 months 2,850 00 

Taylor, C. R Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 975 00 

Expenses 1,158 81 

Lincoln ($5,568.12): 

Neff, E. F Representative 12 months 3,000 00 

Manson, C Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 5 " 343 75 

Strong, E. J " " " 2 ... 12 months 900 00 

Less leave of absence 262 50 637 50 

Expenses 1,586 87 

Manitoulin ($4,239.62): 

Banbury, R. C Representative 12 months 2,000 00 

Less leave of absence 69 89 1,930 11 

Langford, J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 months 900 00 

Expenses 1 ,409 5 1 

Middlesex ($7,101.19): 

Riddell, W. K Representative 12 months 2,700 00 

Simpson, L. J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 975 00 

Expenses 3,426 19 

Muskoka and Parry Sound ($6,181.10) 

Tipper, R. M Representative 12 months 3,000 00 

Creasor, H. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 10M " 707 46 

May, O " " "2 2 " 125 00 

Expenses 2,348 64 

Nipissing ($4,664.31): 

McRae, F. C Representative 12 months 2,400 00 

Gauthier, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 « 825 00 

Expenses 1,439 31 

Norfolk ($5,402.41): 

Bramhill, G. G Representative 12 months 2,550 00 

Pettit, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 825 00 

Expenses 2,027 41 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 23 



Agricultural Representatives Branch — Continued 
County Offices — Continued 
Northumberland ($4,982.49): 

MacLeod, I Representative 7 months 

Martin, A. H. S " 5 " 

Hubble, L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 

Expenses 

Ontario ($4,268.67): 

Innes, E. A Representative 12 months 

Marquis, Y. I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 

Expenses 



Oxford ($5,992.76): 

Green, G. R Representative 

Robinson, J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Expenses 



Peel ($4,789 66): 

Graham, CD Representative. 



Peacock, G Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 

Expenses 



Perth ($5,580.32) 

White, R. E Representative. 



Regan, A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 

Expenses 



Peterborough ($6,503.96): 

Paterson, F. C Representative. 



Scott, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 

Expenses 



Prescott and Russell ($5,543.34): 

Larose, F Representative 

Fillion, T Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 

Expenses 



12 months 



12 months 



12 months 



12 months 



12 months 



Prince Edward ($6,470.57): 

Webster, F.J Representative 12 months 

Dalrymple, J. A Assistant Representative 5 1/6 " 

Crawford, G. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 

Expenses 



1,341 70 

1,187 50 

825 00 

1.628 29 



1,800 00 

825 00 

1,643 67 



3,000 00 

975 00 

2,017 76 



2,300 00 

975 00 

1,514 66 



2,850 00 

975 00 

1,755 32 



3,000 00 
975 00 

2,528 96 



3,000 00 

825 00 

1,718 34 



2,700 00 
657 26 
825 00 

2,288 31 



Rainy River ($4,654.25) 

Marr, E. S Representative. 



Ryan, M.J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 

Expenses 



12 months 



1,800 00 

975 00 

1,879 25 



Renfrew ($5,552.18): 

Dench, F. Q Representative 

Kelly, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 

Expenses 



12 months 



2,000 00 
975 00 

2,577 18 



Simcoe North ($6,627.65): 

Page, S. L Representative 

Culbert, W Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 

Expenses 



12 months 



2,700 00 

975 00 

2,952 65 



Simcoe South ($4,950.82): 

Lashley, F. A Representative 

Carter, E. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 

Expenses 



12 months 



2,100 00 
975 00 

1,875 82 



A 24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Agricultural Representatives Branch — Continued 
County Offices — Continued 
Sudbury ($4,947.45): 

Leroux, R Representative 12 months 1,900 00 

Paradis, CD Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Expenses 2,072 45 

Temiskaming ($5,418.52): 

Cook, M. F Representative 12 months 2,550 00 

Blain, A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 u 900 00 

Expenses 1,968 52 

Thunder Bay ($5,136.14): 

Harrison, N. W Representative 12 months 2,400 00 

Rae, C Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Expenses 1,761 14 

Victoria ($5,423.67 : 

Winter, M. H Representative 12 months 3,000 00 

Blanchard, P. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 825 00 

Expenses 1 ,598 67 

Waterloo ($5,740.07): 

McLoughry, E. I Representative 12 months 2,850 00 

Snyder, M. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Expenses 1,915 07 

Welland ($4,349.65): 

Wilson, J Representative 12 months 2,200 00 

Abt, M. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Expenses 1 , 1 74 65 

Wellington ($5,880.40): 

Stothers, S. B Representative 12 months 3,000 00 

Scanlan, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 ■ 975 00 

Expenses 1 ,905 40 

Wentworth ($6,465.97): 

Marritt, W. G Representative 12 months 3,000 00 

Walker, P. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 « 975 00 

Expenses 2,490 97 

York ($6,131.97): 

Cockburn, W. M Representative 12 months 3,000 00 

Webster, A. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Expenses 2,156 97 

Short Courses: Lecturers and Instructors, Services, 11,740.00; Expenses, 3,236.72: 

W. Alexander, 150.00; R. Atken, 313.85; H. H. Avery, 130.50; D. A. Bell, 564.55; 
J. E. Bergey, 218.35; J. A. Berry, 629.18; H. V. Binkley, 564.00; W. L. Bishop, 
744.05; J. Black, 42.20; R. J. Bryden, 417.15; F. M. Campbell, 299.85; J. F. 
Clark, 50.45; G. L. Clute, 50.00; F. H. Cotton, 315.25; R. E. Cumming, 637.95; 
N. J. Denholm, 128.45; E. J. Doyle, 18.20; P. Ellis, 50.00; J. F. Francis, 94.25; 
C. Frey, 144.00; G. R. Gear, 221.95; E. T. Goring, 19.20; C. Gorrie, 48.00; Mrs. 
W. Gowdy, 50.00; H. C. Hartley, 577.80; B. Innes, 30.00; R. T. Jefferson, 445.25; 
L. M. Kerr, 170.25; J. S. Knapp, 565.45; H. E. Markle, 247.80; J. W. McCalla, 
303.35; R. M. McKenzie, 170.55; R. S. McKercher, 588.90; A. L. C. McKinnon, 
177.65; E. T. McLaughlin, 319.75; A. M. Morphet, 298.45; W. A. Muir, 568.85; 
F. C. Newton, 259.17; D. S. Paul, 262.45; G. E. Reaman, 128.85; G. T. Rogers, 
574.52; M. J. Rowland, 15.70; G. Rush, 138.25; J. H. Shaw, 516.10; F. D. Shaver, 
384.55; A. E. Springstead, 302.75; D. C. Smith, 367.55; A. M. Stewart, 53.35; 
F. A. Stock, 349.30; O. C. Tennant, 431.35; A. D. Thomas, 126.10; N. J. Thomas, 
34.15; V. Tobey, 50.00; J. L. Webb, 317.45; F. D. Willows, 264.80; G. H. Wilson, 
34.90 : 14,976 72 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 25 

Agricultural Representatives Branch — Continued 

County Offices — Continued 
Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 9,601.22; A. Kent & Sons, Ltd., 266.00; N. McKibbin Agency, 
463.85; Snell Bros. & Co., 550.00; Sundry Persons, judging competition, services 

and expenses, 467.28; E. Webb & Sons (Canada), Ltd., 622.50; Express, 

.60; newspapers and periodicals, 702.75; accounts under $100, 209.04. . 12,883 24 

Less: Sale of Seed 623 65 

12,259 59 

Grant ($1,750.00) 

Canadian Council on Boys' and Girls' Club Work 1,750 00 

Agricultural Representatives Branch $ 323,805 15 

CROPS, SEEDS AND WEEDS BRANCH 
Salaries ($7,875.00) 

Permanent 

Smith, J. D Director 12 months 3,750 00 

MacLeod, J. D Chief Weed Inspector " 2,100 00 

Virtue, J Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 1,125 00 

Wiggins, D.J Clerk Typist, Group 2 " 900 00 

Travelling Expenses ($2,423.05) 

J. D. MacLeod, 1,261.98; J. D. Smith, 1,161.07 2,423 05 

Maintenance ($662.00) 

King's Printer, 400.64; Express, 52.98; newspapers and periodicals, 5.50; tele- 
grams, 18.59; telephone, 132.26; accounts under $100, 52.03 662 00 

Demonstrations, Purchase of Seed and Equipment, Services, etc., Enforcement 
of The Weed Control Act and Crop Improvement Work ($16,098.65) 

Services, 4,542.00; Expenses, 6,007.13: 

W. R. Buchanan, 868.98; R. D. Henry, 777.51; P. J. Lafleur, 843.89; W. J. 
Stephen, 3,683.98; Sundry Persons, attending conventions, 493.63; C. C. Tennant, 
1,639.31; R. Tremblay, 977.21; W. Wallace, 1,264.62 10,549 13 

Prizes: 

Boys' Grain and Potato Clubs, sundry persons 1,482 00 

Miscellaneous: 

Electric Reduction Sales Co., Ltd., 146.83; King Edward Hotel Co., Ltd., 123.30; 
King's Printer, 2,549.29; Plessisville Foundry, 152.80; Thomson & Co., 186.40; 

Customs, 41.20; express and freight, 83.91; telegrams, 1.19; telephone, 

9.76; accounts under $100, 772.84 4,067 52 

Subventions— Seed Cleaning Plants ($2,442.13) 

C. Beilhartz, 221.62; D. W. Gribben, 238.68; W. Lawson, 250.00; E. B. Mallory, 
224.46; D. A. McLeod & Son, 215.48; Rainy River Co-operative Seed Growers, 
Ltd., 230.54; J. S. Rutherford, 236.08; Spratt & Ritchie, 207.56; Strathroy, Jr., 
Farmers' Club, 219.66; G. Zwicker, 249.11; Accounts under $100, 148.94 .... 2,442 13 

Subventions— Freight on Agricultural Lime ($2,577.66) 

Canada Crushed Stone Corporation, Ltd., 367.56; North American Cyanamid, Ltd., 

2,131.70; accounts under $100, 78.40 2,577 66 

Grants— District Seed Fairs and Seed Growers' Associations ($1,225.00) 

Essex County Corn Show 100 00 

Lambton Corn Show ! 100 00 

Ontario Corn Growers' Association 350 00 

Ottawa Valley Seed Fair 200 00 

Quinte District Seed Fair 150 00 

Sundry Crop Improvement Associations 325 00 

Crops, Seeds and Weeds Branch $33,303 49 



A 26 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



CO-OPERATION AND MARKETS BRANCH 

(Commissioner of Marketing) 
Salaries ($13,570.80) 

Permanent 

Wilson, G Director and Chairman, Farm Products 

Control Board 7 months 2,187 50 

O'Neill, L. E Markets Commissioner 5 " 208 30 

Dean, K. A Clerk Typist, Group 2 12 " 900 00 

'Goodin, R. E Marketing Representative " 1,800 00 

Logan, I. V Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Newman, W Assistant to Chairman, Farm Products 

Control Board u 3,500 00 

Perkin, G. F Assistant to Markets Commissioner " 2,200 00 

Peters, W. R Field Man " 1,800 00 

Travelling Expenses ($1,180.70) 

<G. F. Perkin, 679.93; G. Wilson, 500.77 1,180 70 






Maintenance ($886.86) 

King's Printer, 466.82; Newspapers and periodicals, 26.20; telegrams, 

telephone, 253.50; accounts under $100, 60.60 



79.74 



886 86 



Services and Expenses re Ontario Marketing Act, etc. ($9,563.03) 

Services and Expenses: 

J. T. Cassin, services, 1,500.00; expenses, 852.54; R. E. Goodin, expenses, 1,136.82; 
W. Newman, expenses, 547.61; W. R. Peters, expenses, 714.93; Sundry Persons, 



re Producers' Organization Work, services, 914.00; expenses, 1,500.34, 



Miscellaneous: 

Elliott Bros., 871.88; McCarthy & McCarthy, 821.33; Millard, Smith, Rouse & 

McCormack, 132.20; Sundry Newspapers, advertising, 286.71; Express, 6.75; 

postage, 34.90; telegrams, 9.00; telephone, 5.61 ; accounts under $100, 228.41 



7,166 24 



2,396 79 



Loans in Accordance with The Co-operative Marketing Loan Act ($5,000.00) 

Oxford Fruit Co-operative, Ltd 5,000 00 

Co-operation and Markets Branch $ 30,201 39 

KEMPTVILLE AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL 

General Office 

Salaries ($10,342.39) 

Permanent 

McPhail, M. C Principal 7 months 2,100 00 

Shearer, J. C « 5 " 1,500 00 

Bond, H. J Caretaker 12 " 900 00 

Dougherty, J Farm Hand, Group 2 " 900 00 

Dulmage, M. H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 u 900 00 

Latimer, R. G Carpenter " 900 00 

Slettebo, B Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Thompson, J Fireman, Group 2 1,300 00 

Temporary 

Hurlow, W. J Instructor . . 1 month 71 42 

Tolton, W. G Instructor and Dean of Men 5 4/5 months 870 97 



Expenses ($12,904.51) 

Travelling Expenses: 

M. C. McPhail, 550.10; J. C. Shearer, 449.38 



999 48 



Miscellaneous: 

Anderson & Langstaff Co., Ltd., 284.75; W. A. Barnes & Sons, 130.79; Canadian 
Countryman Publishing Co., Ltd., 110.00; Central Scientific Company of 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 27 



Kemptville Agricultural School — Continued 

General Office — Continued 

Expenses — Continued 
Miscellaneous — Continued 

Canada, Ltd., 294.97; Conger Lehigh Coal Co., Ltd., 530.74; Dominion Concrete 
Co., Ltd., 4,127.83; Farmer Magazine, 160.00; Farmer's Advocate, 110.00; 
Kemptville Hydro-Electric, 2,075.44; King's Printer, 1,643.32; McMaster 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 469.04; Pay Lists, wages of men, 366.25; G. H. Wood & Co., 

Ltd., 193.15; Cartage, express and freight, 256.72; newspapers and periodicals, 

63.75; postage, 353.09; telephone, 307.59; telegrams, 10.59; customs, 5.78; 

accounts under $100, 1,411.23 12,905 03 

Total $ 13,904 51 

Less: Refund, Department of Education, Students' Board 1,000 00 



$12,904 51 



Repairs and Alterations ($4,923.46) 



Anderson & Langstaff Co., Ltd., 252.51; W. A. Barnes & Sons, 421.40; E. Bush, 
172.99; Crane, Ltd., 335.59; S. M. Durant, 127.69; International Business Machines 
Co., Ltd., 221.00; Kemptville Hydro-Electric, 299.99; J. McGahey, 580.60; 
McMaster Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,135.49; Pay Lists, wages of men, 739.50; J. C. 
Shearer, 156.80; Accounts under $100, 479.90 



4,923 46 



Divisions 



Salaries, Wages, Travelling Expenses, Equipment, Purchase and 
Maintenance of Stock, General Expenses ($56,600.61) 



Home Economics 

Animal and Field Husbandry 

Chemistry 

Farm Mechanics 

Poultry 

Horticulture 

Apiculture 



Salaries 
4,847 65 
7,760 00 
2,500 00 
2,365 00 
3,750 00 
4,500 00 


Expenses 

10,904 45 

11,735 84 

2,170 83 

1,028 58 

2,948 64 

2,043 92 

45 70 


Total 

15,752 10 

19,495 84 

4,670 83 

3,393 58 

6,698 64 

6,543 92 

45 70 






25,722 65 


30,877 96 


56,600 61 



Salaries, Permanent: 
Home Economics: 
Bridges, B. L.. 



Director 12 months 2,500 00 



Animal and Field Husbandry: 

Runions, A. D Instructor and Extension Specialist. 12 months 2,550 00 

Colborne, J. E Teamster 4 months 300 00 

Less leave of absence 150 00 150 00 

Crawford, W. A Assistant Herdsman 12 months 900 00 

Groskopf, B. J Farm Hand, Group 2 " 900 00 

Johnston, A " " " 2 " 900 00 

Mullen, J. B Teamster " 900 00 

Whates, T. E Herdsman u 1,200 00 



Chemistry: 

George, W. B Instructor 

Farm Mechanics: 

Parish, F.J Instructor 



12 months 2,500 00 



12 months 2,300 00 



Poultry: 

Fraser, J. F Instructor and Extension Specialist. 12 months 2,550 00 

Stevenson, S Poultryman " 1,200 00 



12 months 


3,000 00 


8 u 


600 00 


12 " 


900 00 



A 28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Kemptville Agricultural School — Continued 

Divisions — Continued 

Salaries, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Salaries, Permanent — Continued 
Horticulture: 

Logsdail, A. J Instructor 

Colborne, J. E Teamster 

Milne, R Gardener 

Salaries, Temporary: 

Home Economics: 

Green, L. G. F Assistant Directress 6 months 750 00 

Leggett, E. L " " 1 " 150 00 

Newell, R. I Dean of Girls and Dietitian 7 2/5 months 742 00 

Nichols, G. I Nurse 5 2/3 " 705 65 

Animal and Field Husbandry 

Haley, C Instructor 1 month 260 00 

Farm Mechanics: 

Brown, N Instructor J/2 month 65 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

B. L. Bridges, 227.10; J. F. Fraser, 306.21; W. B. George, 1,315.56; L. G. F. 
Green, 4.70; E. L. Leggett, 26.93; A. J. Logsdail, 123.33; R. Milne, 3.60; G. I. 
Nichols, 2.10; F. J. Parish, 696.64; A. D. Runions, 499.18; B. L. Young, 46.72 .... 3,252 07 

Expenses: 

Anderson & Langstaff Co., Ltd., 2,346.24; J. F. Barnard's Sons, Ltd., 6,075.59; 
N. Brown, 114.45; F. H. Caldwell, 175.00; Canada Bread Co., Ltd., 274.18; 
Canada Packers, Ltd., 934.58; Canadian National Live Stock Records, 106.50; 
Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 170.55; Hugh Carson Co., Ltd., 189.70; 
Cassidy's, Ltd., 125.21; Dairy Department, K.A.S., 943.22; Dominion Concrete 
Co., Ltd., 354.38; Eastern Steel Products, Ltd., 421.00; Frisby's Bakery, 328.13; 
Frost & Wood Co., Ltd., 608.05; Gamble-Robinson, Ltd., 601.82; Gilmour & 
Co., 758.52; T. Graham, 130.00; Gray-Harvey Co., Ltd., 146.25; Horticulture 
Department, K.A.S., 176.01; C. Humphries, 100.00; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 258.69; 
Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 229.10; Kemptville Creameries, Ltd., 1,192.95; Kemptville 
Dairy, 237.34; K. McDonald & Sons, Ltd., 153.02; G. E. McLean, 255.25; 
McMaster Lumber Co., Ltd., 652.07; A. A. McMillan, 300.00; A. M. Parkinson, 
579.43; Pay List, wages of men, 6,368.67; Pelton & Reynolds, 511.55; Poultry 

Department, K.A.S., 505.55; Sherriffs, Ltd., 124.80; M. J. Watters, 615.02; 

Cartage, express and freight, 101.77; newspapers and periodicals, 30.18; accounts 

under $100, 3,184.07 30,378 84 

Total $ 59,353 56 

Less: Refund, Department of Education, Students' Board 2,752 95 

$56,600 61 
Eastern Dairy School Division 

Salaries ($3,000.00) 

Permanent 
Gibson, A. L Superintendent 12 months 3,000 00 

Maintenance, Equipment, Travelling and Other Expenses ($1,984.78) 

W. A. Barnes & Sons, 132.22; Central Scientific Company of Canada, Ltd., 708.99; 
A. L. Gibson, 127.52; Kemptville Creameries, Ltd., 505.35; Pay List, wages of 
men, 225.00; accounts under $100, 285.70 1,984 78 

Kemptville Agricultural School $89,755 75 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 29 



ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE, GUELPH 
Salaries ($41,461.27) 

Permanent 

McGilvray, CD Principal 12 months 5,400 00 

Bain, A. F Instructor 9 l / 2 " 1,668 33 

Batt, H. E « 12 " 3,000 00 

Brown, V. R Lecturer in Anatomy " 2,300 00 

Glover, J. S Instructor " 2,700 00 

Harris, W Caretaker, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Jones, T. L Laboratory Assistant " 1,600 00 

Kingscote, A. A Instructor • 2,700 00 

McColl, N Caretaker, Group 2 " 1,200 00 

Mcintosh, R. A Instructor " 3,600 00 

Newman, J. A Caretaker, Group 2 " 1,200 00 

Nott, L. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3 " 206 25 

Schofield, F. W Instructor 12 months 3,000 00 

Less leave of absence 72 58 2,927 42 

Scott, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 1 month 75 00 

Shepherd, A. L Senior Clerk 12 months 2,000 00 

Sleeman, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Turner A Caretaker, Group 2 " 1,200 00 

Urquhart, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3 " 206 25 



Temporary 

Barnett, J Veterinary Attendant 

Blair, J. K Lecturer 

Cairns, G Instructor 

Clark, R. S " 

Cote, F.J " 

Fowler, W. J. R " 

Nott, L. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 5*4 

Potter, H. R Instructor 1 

Urquhart, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 9 



12 months 

(Part time) 6 " 
a 

(Part time) 1 ■ 
(Part time) 7 " 



1,200 00 
214 26 

1,800 00 

35 74 

350 00 

2,500 00 
359 27 
300 00 
618 75 



Fuel, Light, Water, etc., and Contingencies ($7,932.30) 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. S. Glover, 8.10; T. L. Jones, 1.90; C. D. McGilvray, 322.35 



332 35 



Miscellaneous: 

Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 360.33; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 
140.40; Guelph Paper Co., Ltd., 122.94; King's Printer, 1,136.27; Mrs. J. Newman, 
104.49; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 164.07; Sundry Newspapers, 
advertising, 439.20; Sundry Persons, horses for dissection, 317.00; R. Stewart, 

Ltd., 934.14; Taylor-Forbes, Ltd., 176.10; West Disinfecting Co., 107.73; 

Car tickets, 15.00; cartage, express and freight, 138.77; newspapers and periodicals, 
333.46; postage, 473.00; telegrams, 1.85; telephone, 576.94; accounts under 
$100, 2,058.26 



7,599 95 



A. Eger, Inc., 107.11;- 



Scholarshlps and Prizes ($148.66) 
-Accounts under $100, 41.55 



148 66 



Research, Investigation and Extension Work, etc. ($8,116.89) 

L. Buchanan, 157.40; Central Scientific Company of Canada, Ltd., 1,667.51; 
Doughty & McFarlane, 261.95; C. Emmett, 122.40; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 108.20; 
Liquor Control Board of Ontario, 147.02; R. A. Mcintosh, travelling expenses, 
114.98; Pay List, wages of men, 1,160.65 ; F. W. Schofield, travelling expenses, 
189.17; A. Stewart, 937.76; R. Stewart, Ltd., 149.54; Sundry Persons, assisting in 
laboratory, 466.25; Sundry Veterinary Doctors, blood samples, foals, etc., 
1,947.78; Accounts under $100, 686.28 



8,116 89 



Ontario Veterinary College, Guelph $57,659 12 



12 months 


3,450 00- 


it 


1,050 00 


a 


1,050 00 


a 


1,125 00 


It 


900 00 


a 


975 00 


a 


900 00 


u 


1,125 00 


a 


600 00 


a 


900 00 


a 


1,125 00 



A 30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

WESTERN ONTARIO EXPERIMENTAL FARM, RIDGETOWN 
Salaries ($13,200.00) 

Permanent 

Steckley, J. C Director 

Barr, W. E Teamster 

Fraser, A Farm Hand 

Griffin, G " " Group 1 

Horsman, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Humble, J Farm Hand 

Jones, J. M Teamster 

MacKay, G. W Assistant Herdsman 

Neilson, J. J Assistant to the Director (Part time) 

Ozanne, F. W Farm Hand, Group 2 

White, T " " " 1 

Purchase of Stock and Equipment, Wages, Seed, Fertilizer, Fuel, Light, 

Supplies, Travelling Expenses, Educational Work, 

Contingencies ($11,942.29) 

Travelling Expenses: 

G. W. MacKay, 6.12; J. J. Neilson, 61.28; J. A. Simpson, 4.25; J. C. Steckley, 

1,458.00; T. White, 8.30 1,537 95 

Miscellaneous: 

M. Anions, 237.76; Canada Packers, Ltd., 407.00; Central Garage, 150.64; 
R. Elliott & Sons, 325.00; C. & J. Gammage & Co., 144.73; W. H. Goodhue, 
341.48; L. Holdaway, 202.37; T. Hore, 517.33; Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission of Ontario, 164.81; Kearney's Garage, 109.49; Knights', 241.63; H. M. 
Lee, 500.00; McDonald Coal Co., 385.69; O. L. McLarty, 105.50; G. T. Mickle & 
Sons, 362.07; C. Monk, 255.20; W. J. Parney, 103.38; Pay List, wages of men, 
947.71; Ridgetown Public Utilities Commission, 364.99; Sarnia Elevator Co., 
Ltd., 110.25; L. Simpson, 125.25; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 1,681.46; Union Gas 

Company of Canada, Ltd., 254.95; Cartage, express and freight, 55.61; 

newspapers and periodicals, 33.15; postage, 72.00; telegrams, 2.31; telephone, 

96.74; accounts under $100, 2,105.84 10,404 34 

Repairs and Alterations ($1,984.54) 

Pay List, wages of men, 374.00; M. W. Street, 1,502.65; Accounts under $100, 

$107.89 1,984 54 

Agricultural School 
Salaries, Travelling Expenses, Supplies and Equipment ($2,925.19) 

Salaries, Temporary ($1,379.00): 

Scott, J. R Instructor 4 months 707 00 

Simpson, J. A " 3 4/5" 672 00 

Travelling Expenses, Supplies, etc. 

M. M. Bartlett Spray Works, 185.00; N.Evans, 112.28; W. H. Goodhue, 118.32; 
McDonald Coal Co., 455.09; A. J. Silcox, 179.92; Sundrv Students, refund of 
board, 157.30; Warwick & Son, 146.60; Accounts under $100, 191.68 1,546 19 

Western Ontario^Experimental Farm, Ridgetown $30,052 02 

DEMONSTRATION FARM, NEW LISKEARD 
Salaries, Permanent ($2,382.62) 

Douglas, T. A Farm Manager 12 months 1,320 00 

Gardner, CD Herdsman 11 " 1,062 62 

Maintenance, Wages, Seed, Feed, Fertilizers, Purchase and Shipping 
of Live Stock, Equipment and Miscellaneous Expenses ($10,527.37) 

Beatty Bros., Ltd., 172.52; A. Bowes, 119.25; J. Brillon, 266.60; British American 
Oil Co., Ltd., 392.25; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 130.66; Conlin Bros., 
282.93; T. A. Douglas, travelling expenses, 313.87; P. J. Grant, 267.25; A. E. 
Gray, 132.74; D. J. Gray, 178.65; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 138.87; Corporation Town 
of New Liskeard, 109.00; Northern Ontario Power Co., Ltd., 155.01; H. O'Grady 



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1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 31 



Demonstration Farm, New Liskeard — Continued 

Maintenance, etc. — Continued 

& Son, 1,350.35; Pay List, wages of Farm Help, 2,987.03; G. Taylor Hardware, 
Ltd., 426.98; Temiskaming Producers Co-Operative Co., Ltd., 487.13; Western 

Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 375.56; Cartage, express and freight, 130.50; 

postage, 48.21; telegrams, 5.41; telephone, 61.67; accounts under $100, 1,994.93 

Demonstration Farm, New Liskeard $ 12,909 99 



10,527 37 



Gardner, C. D. 



DEMONSTRATION FARM, HEARST 
Salaries, Permanent ($100.00) 

. .Farm Foreman , 



1 month 



100 00 



Maintenance, Wages, Seed, Feed, Fertilizers, Purchase and Shipping 
of Live Stock, Equipment and Miscellaneous Expenses ($7,790.30) 

Canada Packers, Ltd., 128.57; District Services, Ltd., 180.00; C. S. Giles, 316.98 
Imperial Oil, Ltd., 376.95; A. Larose, 120.40; Mercier & Shirley, Ltd., 691.84 
Pay List, wages of Farm Help, 2,998.75; Pellow Lumber & Hardware Co., 106.78 
R. S. Stevens, 1,189.50; G. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 295.80; J. A. Telfer, 300.00 

Express and freight, 145.31; postage, 13.45; telegrams, .75; telephone, 

12.47; accounts under $100, 912.75 

Demonstration Farm, Hearst $ 7,890 30 



7,790 30 



NORTHERN ONTARIO BRANCH 
Salaries ($10,276.16) 

Permanent 

Hanlan, L. H Fieldman 12 months 2,850 00 

MacLean, A. E Head Clerk, Group 2 \\\i " 2,338 68 

Chesterfield, C. H Clerk, Group 2 " 1,122 58 

Fahlgren, E. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 10 " 750 00 

Freeman, B. M " " "2 12 " 900 00 

Jack, F. M " " " 1 " 1,200 00 

McGregor, M Senior Clerk Stenographer 6J/£ " 702 40 



Winterburn, I. 



Temporary 
Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 



6 months 



412 50 



L. H. Hanlan, travelling expenses, 829.01 
accounts under $100, 48.25 



Expenses of Fieldman ($906.78) 

-Postage, 10.00; telephone, 19.52; 



906 78 



Purchase of Seed Grain and Seed Potatoes ($31,401.02) 

Services, 182.00; Expenses, 42.00: 

M. F. Cook, 3.00; M. Daigle, 15.75; R. Drolet, 9.00; T. Goodwin, 78.00; R. 
LaRoche, 27.00; R. Leroux, 17.75; J. M. Macintosh, 4.00; F. C. McRae, 1.50; 
H. Menard, 33.00; O. Roberge, 35.00 



224 00 



Purchase of Seed: 

E. Abernot, 34.75; J. Alexander, 203.40; S. Anderson, 591.30; O. Attwater, 
27.00; E. A. Bartlett, 153.60; W. E. Blair, 163.20; Bowles Feed Store, 846.25; 
O. E. Bowman, 61.80; G. Burt, 43.20; Campbell & McNab, 378.65; City Feed Co., 
30.00; H. Cook, 13.50; D. Craig & Son, 6,162.60; A. Dixon, 76.80; H. Dugrenier, 
76.50; R. Duncan, 150.75; Edward Grain Co., 431.75; G. Elchuck, 137.50; 
P. Giroux, 280.80; Hogg & Lytle, 3,187.73; I. A. Klamie, 40.25; M. Leiterman & 
Sons, 26.25; J. A. McMahon, 444.30; Mount McKay Feed Co., Ltd., 282.00; 
J. A. Moore, 809.85; J. A. Morphet, 30.00; H. Munro, 201.45; B. Newton, 
29.70; Northern Feed & Seed Co., 681.40; Ottawa Valley Grain Products, 4,033.38; 
Pembroke Milling Co., 185.85; F. Pummell, 5.40; J. Purbrick, 27.00; P. Robinson, 
232.00; R. Rolandson, 46.92; J. Simmons, 12.00; C. E. Skene, 311.50; P. Stobie 



A 32 



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No. 1 



Northern Ontario Branch — Continued 
Purchase of Seed — Continued 

62.40; Temiskaming Producers Co-Operative Association, 5,285.65; N. Thomas, 
18.00; Twin City Grain Co., Ltd., 482.50; F. E. Wannacott, 31.50; W. Wannacott, 
150.75; Woodstock District Co-Operative Association, 2,617.37 29,098 50 



Miscellaneous: 

Cartage and freight, 1,797.39; postage, 42.00; telegrams, 9.34; telephone, 64.17; 
accounts under $100, 165.62 



2,078 52 



Assistance to Creameries ($750.00) 

Grants: 

Cochrane Creamery, 250.00; Glackmeyer Cheese Factory, 100.00; Mayers 
Cheese Factory, 100.00; Moonbeam Creamery, 200.00; Searls Cheese Factory, 
100.00 



750 00 



Equipment and Contingencies ($1,342.52) 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. A. Alexander, 48.14; A. Gingras, 10.72; J. A. Hough, 1.50; J. P. Marchildon, 
18.56; J. H. McClocklin, 22.60; A. E. McLean, 67.72; L. G. Smith, 28.56; W. J. 
Trainor, 5.00; L. E. Van Home, 56.45; F. W. Widdifield, 102.52 361 77 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 577.24; Sundry Persons, meals re overtime, 117.75; Sundry 

Registrars, searches, etc., 103.22; Postage, .42; telegrams, 2.53; accounts 

under $100, 179.59 980 75 

Settlers' Loans re Power of Sale or Sales Proceedings ($156.20) 

Township of Harley, 108.23; Accounts under $100, 47.97 156 20 

Northern Ontario Branch $44,832 68 



ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, GUELPH 

General Offices 

Salaries ($72,229.84) 

Permanent 

President's Office 

Christie, G. I President 12 months 7,500 00 

Baldwin, F. G Physical Director 2,700 00 

Cheevers, E Telephone Operator, Group 2 900 00 

Fairweather, W Enumerator u 1,600 00 

Fitzgerald, W Caretaker, Group 2 " 1,050 00 

Grant, H. B Clerk, Group 3 4 " 325 00 

Kelso, N. G . .Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 900 00 

Parke, W. M Secretary " 1,200 00 

Paterson, E. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 5 " 375 00 

Porter, A. M Registrar 12 " 2,000 00 

Reynolds, J. B President Emeritus u 3,000 00 

Sands, D. R Dean " 500 00 



Bursar's Office 

Stuart, T. H Bursar 12 months 2,850 00 

Fowke, R. D Senior Clerk " 2,000 00 

O'Neil, L. Z Clerk, Group 1 " 1,500 00 

Precious, W.J " " 1 " 1,500 00 

Dining Hall, Dormitories, etc. 

Beck, K. M Dietitian 12 months 1,700 00 

Brydon, J Caretaker, Group 2 " 1,050 00 

Cockman, C " " 2 u 1,050 00 

Hersey, J. C " " 2 " 1,050 00 

Jennings, R. J Kitchen Porter " 975 00 

Macdonald, W Caretaker, Group 2 " 1,050 00 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 33 

Ontario Agricultural College — Continued 

General Offices — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Moore, C. T Baker 12 months 1,500 00 

Moore, W. G Chef u 1,600 00 

Pitman, A. J Dishwasher " 900 00 

Taylor, J Caretaker, Group 2 " 1,200 00 

Walker, W. R "■ " 2 " 1,200 00 

Engineer's Division 

Green, A Stationary Engineer, Group 1 12 months 2,400 00 

Fletcher, W Fireman, Group 2 " 1,125 00 

Foster, J. E " * 3 " 1,050 00 

Gibson, G " " 1,300 00 

Good, J. B. L " " 1,300 00 

Guthrie, T Plumber u 1,600 00 

Johnston, G Fireman, Group 2 1 ,125 00 

McGee, E Plumber u 1,500 00 

Quarrie, J Fireman * 1,300 00 

Smith, J. C Electrician " 1,300 00 

Yates, R Assistant Stationary Engineer * 1,600 00 

Mechanical Division 

Crawford, R. S Foreman Carpenter 12 months 1,600 00 

Amos, T Carpenter 12 months 1,600 00 

Less leave of absence 45 16 1,554 84 

Dobbie, W. H Caretaker, Group 2 12 months 1,050 00 

MacLeod, W Blacksmith " 1,200 00 

Simpson, J Carpenter " 1,300 00 

Swindell, W. W " " 1,300 00 

Vipond, T Painter " 1,500 00 

Library 

Watt, L Librarian 12 months 1,400 00 

Healey, M Janitress 12 months 675 00 

Less leave of absence 225 00 450 00 

Macdonald, M. K Assistant Librarian 12 months 1,125 00 

Partridge, F. G " " " 975 00 

Expenses ($229,630.10) 

Wages — Servants : 

Sundry Servants 16,805 1 1 

Less: Board of Students attending Summer School Courses 146 00 



16,659 11 



Temporary Assistance: 

Mrs. A. Aldridge, 89.63; Mrs. J. Aldridge, 4.25; W. Allen, 6.00; Mrs. E. Arm- 
strong, 2.00; M. Black, 74.00; Mrs. E. Boucher, 1.25; G. B. Brown, 221.00; I. 
Brown, 48.00; Mrs. B. Checkley, 54.30; Mrs. A. E. Clough, 4.00; Mrs. C. Clough, 
1.75; P. Conroy, 341.60; Hope A. Cormie, 25.00; Mrs. Martha Davis, 4.00; C. F. 
Dixon, 340.17; Mrs. E. Duncan, 4.00; J. Eccles, 121.05; Mrs. N. Fitton, 18.25; 
J. H. Follwell, 162.50; E. Gale, 45.00; M. Gamble, 315.00; W. Grieve, 81.90; 
Mrs. A. Halliwell, 2.88; L. M. Hancock, 72.00; J. Hill, 10.00; T. Hudspith, 
214.20; C. E. Jeakins, 25.00; R. Lamont, 476.55; G. L. Locking, 38.79; A. B. 
MacDonald, 175.00; I. Master, 62.50; H. J. McDermott, 498.15; T. McGuire, 
74.40; T. McGunnigle, 507. 6Q; J. E. Nichol, 22.50; E. M. Paterson, 282.50; 
A. Patterson, 185.50; L. Pettifer, 35.00; E. J. Phelan, 117.00; A. Robertson, 
3.75; E. Robinson, 6.75; Mrs. F. Schofield, 5.75; F. W. Steep, 9.00; H. Stuckey, 
20.25; F. Tierney, 223.17; Mrs. L. Ward, 6.75; M. Young, 32.50 5,072 14 

Contingencies, including Expenses of Short Courses: 

J. Armstrong, Ltd., 137.50; Canadian Society of Technical Agriculturists, 140.00; 
Garden City Paper Mills Co., 360.00; King's Printer, 5,185.81; H. L. Lugsdin, 
141.75; A. B. McCarter, 107.50; Penfold Hardware, 215.86; A. Stewart, 175.17; 

Sundry Students, Assistants, 520.00; Express and freight, 34.38 ; telephone, 

207.62; newspapers and periodicals, 36.38; postage, 993.00; telegrams, 28.33; 

accounts under $100, 876.97 9,160 27 



A 34 * PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Agricultural College — Continued 

General Offices — Continued 

Travelling Expenses: 

H. W. Bailey, 1.35; A. W. Baker, 54.45; F. G. Baldwin, 23.95; E. A. H. Banks, 
84.67; E. C. Beck, 15.60; G. E. Bell, 4.50; H. G. Bell, 70.75; W. C. Blackwood, 
22.15; D. H. Branion, 52.98; J. M. Bromley, 1.30; L. R. Bryant, 51.50; G. I. 
Christie, 522.99; H. J. Clapp, 1.40; M. A. Clarke, 7.40; F. T. Cook, 10.25; O. R. 
Cruikshank, 20.40; F. L. Ferguson, 16.80; D. Fletcher, .65; R. D. Fowke, 6.80; 
H. L. Fulmer, 1.40; R. R. Graham, 1.20; E. H. Garrard, 6.50; A. M. Grant, 
11.25; J. W. Grierson, 6.15; F. W. Hamilton, 6.15; M. L. Hancock, 24.25; J. I. 
Hart, 5.50; L. M. Heringa, 20.35; K. M. Hutchinson, 1.50; O. R. Irvine, 24.71; 
W. Johnston, 1.35; T. H. Jones, 184.85; M. C. Kay, 11.52; R. Keegan, 109.34; 
C. B. Kelly, 44.70; L. G. Klein, 165.08; R. G. Knox, 416.34; G. I. Laidlaw, 16.25; 
L. Laking, 2.55; J. Laughlands, 40.40; K. Laver, 6.20; V. C. Lowell, 7.00; A. W. 
Mason, 97.49; E. Mighton, 10.25; R. C. Moffatt, 14.90; I. Motzok,, 13.00; O. 
McConkey, 158.00; T. J. McKinney, 17.74; G. P. McRostie, 352.83; R. H. Ozburn, 
72.41; A. M. Porter, 18.55; G. E. Raithby, 324.21; G. N. Ruhnke, 49.35; D. R. 
Sands, 6.00; D. B. Shutt, 34.69; W. N. Simmons, 45.60; J. Simpson, 1.50; J. 
Slater, 1.35; H. A. Smallfield, 98.62; W. H. Sproule, 188.96; M. W. Staples, 
116.32; O. J. Stevenson, 2.80; F. B. Stewart, 387.17; E. C. Stillwell, 205.68, 
J. C. Taylor, 68.15; N. J. Thomas, 39.15; C. L. Thomson, 22.00; R. W. Thompson, 
17.90; A. H. Tomlinson, 125.10; J. H. L. Truscott, 129.35; E. G. Webb, 33.05; 
H. Whiteside, 43.86; H. B. Young, 22.35 4,802 76 

Library: 

E. G. Allen & Son, Ltd., 133.29; Baker & Taylor, 124.21; Chevers Cedric, Ltd., 
322.49; Dawson Subscription Service, Ltd., 811.49; King's Printer, 138.18; 
Macmillan Company of Canada, Ltd., 123.20; Moore Cottrell Sub. Agencies, 

347.95; Mrs. R. Seifred, 112.00; H. W. Wilson Co., 192.89; Cartage, express 

and freight, 83.63; newspapers and periodicals, 149.95; postage, 22.50; accounts 

under $100, 896.32 3,458 10 

Provisions, Laundry, Engine Room Supplies, Fuel and Light: 

Provisions 100,828 15 

Laundry 390 16 

Engine Room Supplies 1 ,895 19 

Fuel and Light 47,262 85 

150,376 35 
Less: Board of Students attending Summer School 

Courses 16,650 00 



133,726 35 



Animal Husbandry Department, O.A.C., 6,144.22; Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., 
201.25; Balfours, Ltd., 2,116.29; Board of Light & Heat Commission, 1,380.29; 
Callander Foundry & Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 192.74; Canadian Canners, 
Ltd., 4,382.70; Christie Brown & Co., Ltd., 164.18; Combustion Engineering 
Corporation, Ltd., 231.36; Conger Lehigh Coal Co., Ltd., 6,555.57; Corporation, 
City of Guelph Waterworks Department, 1,716.22 ; Cruickshank-Guild, Ltd., 
706.00; H. Cummins, 597.71; Dairy Department, O.A.C., 3,886.33; Doughty and 
McFarlane, 629.60; G. Dyce, 270.00; Empire Foods Corporation, Ltd., 1,635.29; 
J. L. Fielding & Co., 788.25; Fine Foods of Canada, Ltd., 253.73; W. Grieve, 
902.65; Growers Cold Storage & Ice Co., 150.25; Guelph Creamery, 1,542.50; 

E. A. Hales, 169.52; T. G. Hamilton, 181.83; G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 109.75; 

F. C. Harrington & Son, 13,083.90; R. B. Hayhoe & Co., Ltd., 645.00; H. J. Heintz 
Co., 811.76; Horticulture Department, O.A.C., 289.58; Horticultural Experiment 
Station, 976.70; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 9,564.56; Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission, Guelph, 2,423.63; F. T. James Co., Ltd., 1,429.34; Kloepfer 
Coal Co., 322.50; Lambton Creamery Co., Ltd., 4,200.00; Lasby Transport, 
Ltd., 1,315.72; Lealand Co., Ltd., 209.50; A. S. Lincoln Canning Co., 114.89; 
London Soap Co., 118.30; Matthews Wells Co., Ltd., 209.38; L. Markle, 130.90; 
Fred McMillan, 485.57; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 4,400.93; Norfolk Fruit 
Growers Co., Ltd., 238.50; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 25,522.93; Owen 
Sound Creamery Co., Ltd., 3,850.00; Ontario Winter Fair, L. E. O'Neil, Secre- 
tary, 265.56; Poultry Department, O.A.C., 4,015.78; Pure Gold Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 378.86; Rowntree Co., Ltd., 173.38; Silverwoods Guelph Dairy, Ltd., 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A35 

Ontario Agricultural College — Continued 

General Offices — Continued 
Provisions, etc. — Continued 

140.58; E. D. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 128.48; Steeps Meat Market, 1,523.94; Steven- 
son Fruit Co., Ltd., 6,133.37; Sutherland-Schultz Electric Co., 118.12; Swift 
Canadian Co., Ltd., 194.14; Trent Institute, O.A.C., 3,201.83; Wethey's Ltd., 

332.00; C. Yeates Co., Ltd., 1,998.28; York Trading Co., Ltd., 1,289.82; 

Cartage, express and freight, 23,183.51 ; accounts under $100, 2,046.88 150,376 35 
Less: Board of Students attending Summer School 

Courses 16,650 00 



133,726 35 



Furniture, Furnishings, Repairs and Equipment: 

Acker Furniture Co., Ltd., 379.89; J. Armstrong, Ltd., 1,014.66; Baetz Bros. 
Furniture Co., Ltd., 621.00; R. O. Barber, 148.28; Belleville Sargent & Co., Ltd., 
130.36; Canada Wax Co., 264.00; Cassidys, Ltd., 690.40; James A. Cole Furniture 
Co., Ltd., 4,267.90; Cunningham & Hill, Ltd., 120.30; Dustbane Products, Ltd., 
212.85; Ellis & Howard, Ltd., 942.49; G. Fairley, 1,137.39; Frank & Schuett, 
327.41; Guelph Lumber Co., Ltd., 153.84; Guelph Paper Co., 353.65; Hobart 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 1,217.18; Hollingshead Co., Ltd., 101.48; Hubbard 
Portable Oven Co., Ltd., 700.00; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 300.00; 
M. Lasby, 115.00; S. F. Lawrason & Co., Ltd., 196.07; MacDonald Electric, Ltd., 
2,298.19; P. Martin, 106.66; H. McDermott, 113.63; McGlashan Clarke Co., 
Ltd., 145.04; T. McGunnigle, 118.58; G. J. Merlihan Co., 856.28; J. C. Mundell 
& Co., 278.50; A. Muirhead Co., Ltd., 584.91; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 
170.26; National Woodenware Co., 243.41; Northern Paint & Varnish Co., Ltd., 
112.50; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 398.50; Penfold Hardware Co., 932.03; 
Preston Woodworking Machinery Co., Ltd., 152.00; Purdy-Mansell, Ltd., 
2,925.73; G. R. Rudd, 132.10; Scarfe & Co., Ltd., 550.61; Solex Co., Ltd., 119.05; 
R. Stewart, Ltd., 444.30; W. W. Stuart, 293.52; Sturgeons, Ltd., 143.55; Taylor- 
Forbes, Ltd., 377.03; Textile Products Co., 436.55; R. G. Venn, 195.53; G. H. 
Wood & Co., Ltd., 208.50; Wrought Iron Range Co., Ltd., 437.33; F. R. Yates, 

2,469.03; Cartage, express and freight, 118.55; customs, 17.77; accounts 

under $100, 2,896.04 31,669 83 

Gymnasium: 

Toronto Radio & Sports, Ltd., 760.13; Cartage and express, 18.27; accounts 

under $100, 231.09 1,009 49 

Student Labour: 

Sundry Students 7,420 70 

Telephone Service, Rent, etc.: 

Bell Telephone Co., rental, etc 1,730 17 

Scholarships: 

Sundry Students 230 00 

Students' Teams, Judging at Exhibitions: 

J. F. Archibald, 142.50; G. R. Bagg, 142.50; B. S. Beer, 142.50; W. L. Lavery, 

67.50; D. A. Parrott, 37.50; L. T. Sonley, 105.00; W. A. Sutherland, 62.50 700 00 

Special Research Work in Different Divisions: 
Services: 
W. A. Brechin, 731.50; D. G. Cameron, 210.73; K. A. Clendening, 260.00; A. R. 
Gould, 405.00; E. C. Hallman, 75.91; H. W. Kitching, 108.00; T. Reid, 6.25; 
J. F. McFarlan, 20.00; C. E. Mighton, 246.25; W. S. Rowe, 642.00; R. J. Stall- 
wood, 1,500.00 4,205 64 

Expenses: 

W. A. Brechin, 19.85; O. R. Irvine, 166.21; C. B. Kelly, 686.39; H. W. Kitching, 
73.01; J. Laughland, 227.86; O. McConkey, 25.86; C. E. Mighton, 697.97; 
I. Motzok, 9.40; W. S. Rowe, 28.30; C. W. Shaw, 614.47; R. J. Stallwood, 585.91; 
N. J. Thomas, 166.20 3,301 43 

Maintenance: 
Canadian Ice Machine Co., Ltd., 1,965.22; Bausch & Lamb Optical Co., Ltd., 



A 36 



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No. 1 



Ontario Agricultural College — Continued 
General Offices — Continued 
Research Work, Maintenance — Continued 

568.40; Mrs. J. B. Carter, 200.00; Pettits Package Bees, 150.00; Steele Briggs 

Seed Co., Ltd., 240.49; Edward Webb & Sons, Ltd., 137.10; Telephone, 6.88; 

accounts under $100, 445.50 

Purchase and Maintenance of Automobiles, Trucks and Tractors: 

Canadian Oil Company's, Ltd., 1,190.10; H. Little, 1,443.67; Norman McKibbin 
Agency, 109.30; Accounts under $100, 27.45 



3,713 59 



2,770 52 



Divisions 

Salaries 

Bacteriology 12,810 36 

Botany 16,175 00 

Chemistry 29,575 00 

Trent Institute 3,000 00 

Entomology 18,185 00 

English 11,200 00 

Animal Nutrition 3,200 00 

Agricultural Engineering 25,275 00 

Farm Economics 11,000 00 

Extensions 6,700 00 

Macdonald Institute and Dor- 
mitories 30,840 26 

Animal Husbandry 30,786 11 

Field Experiments 32,818 75 

Experimental Dairy and Dairy 

School 15,000 00 

Poultry 30,215 32 

Horticulture 32,332 06 

Apiculture 9,527 78 



Expenses 
2,776 97 
1,649 70 

13,273 84 
6,415 21 
2,468 76 
502 34 
4,607 47 
5,859 47 
3,832 45 
4,992 89 

11,110 35 
31,307 40 
13,429 25 

12,263 25 

33,881 37 

17,099 08 

2,262 94 



Total 
15,587 33 
17,824 70 
42,848 84 

9,415 21 
20,653 76 
11,702 34 

7,807 47 
31,134 47 
14,832 45 
11,692 89 

41,950 61 
62,093 51 
46,248 00 

27,263 25 
64,096 69 
49,431 14 
11,790 72 



318,640 64 167,732 74 486,373 38 



Salaries ($318,640.64) 

Permanent 
Bacteriology: 

Beck, E. C Professor 7 months 

Castell, C. H Assistant 12 

Cheevers, J Caretaker, Group 2 4 

Davey, A Associate Professor 12 " 

Garrard, E. H Lecturer 

Keenan, T. J Caretaker, Group 2 1\i u 

Mills, N Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 103^ " 

Shutt, D. B Lecturer, Group 1 12 

Botany 

Howitt, J. E Professor 12 months 

Burdon, G. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 53^ u 

Evans, W. G Lecturer, Group 1 12 

Mighton, C. E Research Assistant, Group 2 

Mockford, P. C Caretaker, Group 2 

Sands, D. R Assistant Professor 

Simmons, S Assistant 7 

Spry, B. F Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 6\i a 

Stone, R. E Associate Professor 12 



Professor 12 months 



Chemistry: 

Ruhnke, G. N 

Fulmer, H. L 

Bell, H. G Associate Professor 

Birk, L. A Lecturer, Group 2 

Bryant, L. R " " 

Bryant, R Laboratory Assistant 

Heeg, T. J Research Assistant, Group 2 

Johns, D. G Caretaker, Group 2 



1,866 62 


1,200 00 


333 12 


3,000 00 


2,200 00 


730 00 


984 38 


2,400 00 


3,800 00 


412 50 


2,200 00 


1,500 00 


1.050 00 


2,550 00 


875 00 


487 50 


3,000 00 


3,200 00 


3,150 00 


2,850 00 


2,000 00 


2,400 00 


1,600 00 


1,500 00 


1.200 00 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A37 

Ontario Agricultural College — Continued 
Divisions — Continued 

Salaries, Permanent — Continued 
Chemistry — Continued 

Johns, D. V Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 months 975 00 

Marshall, A. R Clerk, Group 3 u 900 00 

McNab, M Assistant Professor u 2,600 00 

Morwick, F. F Soil Specialist, Group 1 " 2,300 00 

Ostrander, F. H Caretaker u 1,200 00 

Rivaz, C. P Assistant " 1,500 00 

Thomas, N. J Soil Specialist, Group 1 " 2,200 00 

Trent Institute: 

Graesser, F. R Cereal Chemist and Assistant Director. ... 12 months 1,500 00 

Rushton, W Baker u 1,500 00 

Entomology: 

Caesar, L Professor 12 months 3,800 00 

Baker, A. W u " 3,800 00 

Bechtel, A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 4% months 360 00 

Comar A A u • u 2 7 " 525 00 

Dustan, G. G. . . . ........ Specialist in Fruit Pest Work . . . . '. . . . . 12 " 2,000 00 

Goble, H. W Assistant u 1,500 00 

McNally, A. G Lecturer, Group 2 " 1,800 00 

Ozburn, R. H u " 1 " 2,300 00 

Thompson, R. W Assistant Entomologist " 2,100 00 

English : 

Stevenson, O. J Professor 12 months 3,800 00 

Barry, M. E Clerk Typist, Group 2 6 u 375 00 

Cameron, I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3 " 225 00 

Gunvaldsen, K. M Lecturer, Group 2 12 u 1,800 00 

Lowell, V. C " u 2 " 2,000 00 

McLean, E. C Associate Professor u 3,000 00 

Animal Nutrition * 

Branion, H. D Associate Professor 12 months 3,200 00 

Agricultural Engineering: 

Blackwood, W. C Professor 12 months 3,800 00 

Cox, W. C Drainage Supervisor, Group 2 " 1,900 00 

Ferguson, F. L Assistant Professor " 2,700 00 

Graham, R. R Associate Professor " 3,000 00 

Kendall, E. W " " " 3,000 00 

King, M. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Lynch, F Caretaker, Group 2 " 1,050 00 

McDermid, W. S " " 2 " 1,050 00 

Moffatt, R. C Assistant Professor " 2,700 00 

Parks, P. H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Shorey, W. P Drainage Supervisor, Group 1 " 2,100 00 

Webb, E. G Demonstrator " 2,100 00 

Farm Economics: 

Drummond, W. M Professor 12 months 4,000 00 

Hunter, R. G Assistant " 1,500 00 

Reeves, H. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Rilev, C. W Associate Professor " 2,800 00 

Stewart, A Lecturer, Group 2 " 1,800 00 

Extension : 

Buchanan, J Director 12 months 3,800 00 

Meston, E. I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Tolton, W. D Extension Assistant, Group 2 u 2,000 00 

Macdonald Institute and Dormitories: 

Cruickshank, O. R Directress, Home Economics 12 months 3,450 00 

Barber, A. E. . Matron « 1,125 00 

Brown, P Plumber and Steamfitter u 1,400 00 



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No. 1 



Ontario Agricultural College — Continued 
Divisions — Continued 
Salaries, Permanent — Continued 
Macdonald Institute — Continued 

Butchart, L. E Janitress 12 months 675 00 

Clarke, M. A Instructress 9 " 1,274 94 

Cosens, M " 12 " 1,800 00 

Doughty, G. B " " 2,100 00 

Hart, J. I " " 1,700 00 

Kay, M. C Assistant Directress " 2,200 00 

Kidd, E Instructress « 2,000 00 

Master, I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 6 " 450 00 

McDiarmid, M. P Instructress in Household Science 12 " 1,800 00 

McQueen, M. A Physical Instructor " 1,125 00 

Meron, A. B Janitress 12 " 675 00 

Renouf, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Sanderson, M Instructress in Household Management. . . 1,812 00 

Schenck, W. A Instructress " 2,000 00 

Spiars, E Caretaker " 1,200 00 

Stauffer, C Caretaker, Group 2 " 1,200 00 

Thompson, M Clerk Typist, Group 2 6 u 450 00 



Animal Husbandry: 

Knox, R. G Professor 

Abbott, V. C Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Bayne, G. R Teamster 

Crawford, A. W Horseman 

Florence, J Teamster 

Grant, A " 

Harrison, D. R Assistant Herdsman 

Hewitt, W. J Farm Hand 

Hoad, C " " 

Luscombe, A Herdsman 

Mahoney, A. R Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Masson, J Herdsman 

McLeod, J " 

Palmer, H " 

Raithby, G. E Associate Professor 

Rennie, G. R Teamster 

Slinger, J Herdsman 

Staples, M. W Lecturer, and Farm Superintendent 

Stillwell, E. C Lecturer, Group 1 

Wolff, F. E Assistant 12 months 

Less leave of absence 
Field Experiments: 



12 months 



McRostie, G. P Professor 

Barnet, J Plot Man 

Binns, G Farm Hand 

Bromley, J. M Assistant and Assistant Dean 

Burnett, W Plot Man 

Calder, W. C Teamster 

Daymond, P Farm Hand 

Emslie, E Teamster 

Gibson, M. B Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Hood, E. E " " " 1 

Jennings, J Farm Hand 

Keegan, R Lecturer, Group 1 

Kennedy, A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Laughland, J Extension Specialist, Group 1 

Mason, A. W Lecturer, Group 1 

McConkey, O Associate Professor 

McCorkindale, A. D Teamster 1 

McNally, J. F " 9 

McWilliams, H. C Farm Hand 12 

Rae, J. M " " 

Urquhart, D Caretaker, Group 2 

Whiteside, A. E Specialist 



,500 00 
943 55 



12 months 



3,800 00 
975 00 
975 00 
1,500 00 
975 00 
1,125 00 
1,125 00 
1,050 00 
1,050 00 
1,300 00 
1,125 00 
1,320 00 
1,300 00 
1,125 00 
3,300 00 
1,050 00 
1,300 00 
2,400 00 
2,700 00 

556 45 



4,200 00 

975 00 

1,050 00 

1,500 00 

975 00 

975 00 

1,050 00 

1,050 00 

900 00 

1,125 00 

1,050 00 

2,300 00 

900 00 

3,000 00 

2,700 00 

2,800 00 

81 25 

787 50 

975 00 

975 00 

1,050 00 

1,800 00 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 39 



Ontario Agricultural College — Continued 
Divisions — Continued 
Salaries, Permanent — Continued 
Experimental Dairy and Dairy School: 

Sproule, W. H Professor 

Dougherty, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Hamilton, F. W Demonstrator 

Irvine, O. R Assistant 

Matthews, H. H Caretaker, Group 2 

McKinney, T. J Demonstrator 

Millar, B " 

Smallfield, H. A Assistant Professor 



12 months 



Poultry: 

Graham, W. R Professor 

Marcellus, F.N " 

Amos, G Farm Hand, Group 2 

Bergey, J. E Extension Specialist, Group 2 . 

Briggs, G. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. . 

Chapman, W. J Assistant Poultryman 

Davis, W Caretaker 

Faull, G Poultryman 

Francis, J. F Extension Specialist, Group 1 . . 

Huntsman, C. M " " "2.. 

Lewis, E. I Clerk, Group 2 

Macllwraith, J. J Assistant in Poultry Extension 

Maltby, W Farm Hand, Group 2 

Martin, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. . 

Smith, J. B Research Specialist 

Snyder, E. S Assistant Professor 



12 months 



Horticulture: 

Tomlinson, A. H Associate Professor 12 months 

Bailey, H. W Farm Hand ' 

Banks, E. A. H Research Assistant, Group 2 " 

Clarke, G. R Farm Hand, Group 2 12 months 975 00 

Less leave of absence 18 35 

Clelland, D Assistant Gardener 12 months 

Cray, A. T Clerk, Group 3 

Ferguson, P Farm Hand, Group 2 " 

Henry, J Caretaker, Group 2 " 

Heringa, L. W Assistant 12 months 1,080 00 

Less leave of absence 81 00 

Johnston, W. F Assistant Gardener 12 months 

Jones, T. H Lecturer, Group 1 " 

Kelly, C. B Research Assistant, Group 2 " 

Klein, L. G Foreman and Head Gardener " 

Laidlaw, G. I Orchardist " 

Markle, J. M Teamster " 

Morris, G. M Clerk, Group 2 

Nisbet, S Teamster " 

Richardson, A Farm Hand " 

Simmons, W. N Truck Driver " 

Slater, J Gardener " 

Smith, S * 12 months 1,125 00 

Less leave of absence 21 17 

Stewart, F. B Research Assistant 12 months 

Taylor, J Assistant " 

Truscott, J. H. L Lecturer, Group 2 " 

Apiculture: 

Dyce, E. J Professor 12 months 

Hamilton, G. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 

LeMaistre, W. G Research Assistant ' " 

Martin, A. E Clerk Typist, Group 1 " 

Martin, E. C Demonstrator 12 months 1,600 00 

Less leave of absence 222 22 
Sawyer, R Caretaker, Group 2 12 months 



3,200 00 

975 00 

2,100 00 

1,500 00 

1,125 00 

1,900 00 

1,800 00 

2,400 00 



4,200 00 
3,800 00 

975 00 
2,100 00 

900 00 
1,050 00 

975 00 
1,500 00 
2,700 00 
1,800 00 
1,125 00 
1,800 00 

975 00 

975 00 
2,200 00 
2.700 00 



3,000 00 

900 00 

1,500 00 

956 65 

1,125 00 

900 00 

975 00 

1,125 00 

999 00 
975 00 
2,300 00 
1,500 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,050 00 
1,125 00 
1,050 00 
900 00 
1,125 00 
1,200 00 

1,103 83 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
2,000 00 



3,200 00 

1,125 00 

1,800 00 

900 00 

1,377 78 
1,125 00 



A 40 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Ontario Agricultural College — Continued 

Divisions — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Temporary 
Bacteriology: 

Mills, N Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 \y 2 months 

Botany: 

Stroud, J. J Assistant 3 months 

Macdonald Institute and Dormitories: 

Lambden, J. M Instructress 3 months 

Miller, B Nurse Supervisor 9]/ 2 « 

Animal Husbandry: 

Clapp, H. J Assistant 

Gear, G. R 



Field Experiments 

Bell, G. E Assistant 



Lecturer, Group 2 15/6 ■ 

6 months 



Poultry: 

Pettit, J. H Assistant 3 months 

Horticulture 

Hancock, M. L Lecturer, Group 2 S l A months 

« "2 2 u 



Whiteside, H. W. 



Services: 



Expenses ($167,732.74) 



D. Agnew, 10.00; W. Allen, 117.00; R. T. Amos, 35.00; J. L. Atchison, 504.00 
H. Backus, 40.10; N. A. Bagg, 5.75; J. L. Beaupre, 52.00; J. S. Beilby, 212.19 
M. Bell, 10.00; A. W. Bennett, 336.00; R. Berry, 5.00; J. Bond, 7.00; J. Borden 
12.00; J. Borland, 105.97; D. A. Brown, 20.00; F. Brydges, 98.71 ; E. Carter, 1 1.61 
D. Clinton, 50.00; P. Conroy, 145.60; F. T. Cook, 36.67; M. Counter, 12.00; A. G 
Douglas, 395.00; C. C. Duncan, 262.50; E. Eagles, 10.00; J. Eccles, 80.00; M 
Eccles, 12.00; J. Erskine, 18.00; R. Ferguson, 36.84; D. G. Figgins, 330.00 
H. Fisher, 12.00; D. Fletcher, 52.00; J. G. Florence, 52.50; L. E. Franklin, 35.00 

C. Galbraith, 465.00; E. Gale, 207.00; J. R. Garner, 171.30; J. B. Gartshore 
1,216.00; W. C. Good, 10.00; A. R. Gould, 81.00; R. J. Groves, 15.00; N. Guthrie 
187.50; A. W. Hagar, 32.50; J. Hagar, 111.80; K. Hagar, 34.00; J. E. Hall 
205.16; L. Hanna, 128.00; C. Harris, 161.00; B. Healey, 187.50; J. Hill, 5.00 

D. Hill, 356.00; F. Hindle, 397.00; H. Huck, 42.50; J. Husband, 78.00; K. W 
Hutchinson, 214.08; A. G. Ireton, 375.00; J. A. Irvine, 195.00; F. N. Jerome 
365.00; Mrs. D. Johns, 30.80; B. Kay, 10.00; G. Kay, 98.71; J. Kelsey, 12.00 
G. Keen, 10.00; J. F. King, 10.00; R. Krouse, 12.00; L. Laking, 36.84 
K. Laver, 36.84; J. Lefueski, 257.60; G. L. Locking, 2.00; J. Longstaff, 132.09 
P. Lund, 6.00; J. MacGowan, 344.25; A. R. Mallory, 347.50; L. Marcello, 22.00 
K. Marcellus, 17.50; H. E. Markle, 9.00; E. H. Marston, 15.00; E. Martin 
12.00; Mrs. I. Master, 21.00; J. D. McConachie, 290.00; L. McDermott, 36.84 
W. S. McElwain, 40.00; N. Mclnnis, 10.00; M. McKnight, 12.00; M. McLean 
12.00; R. H. McNeil, 936.00; M. Meakins, 12.00; W. Metcalfe, 12.00; A. Morphet 
92.16; J. Morris, 10.00; Mrs. A. Morton, 13.30; D. Moses, 98.71; I. Motzok 
645.50; R. Mummery, 10.00; G. W. Mutrie, 312.50; N. J. Myles, 15.00; D, 
Orchard, 175.00; J. Orme, 25.00; D. A. Patterson, 43.87; Pay Lists, wages of 
labourers, 20,510.24; H. J. Pettit, 450.00; A. Rennie, 19.50; N. R. Richards 
308.00; B. Rivaz, 105.97; H. J. Robinson, 24.00; R. H. Rosewell, 42.00; D. Ross 
151.67; J. R. Rothwell, 332.50; G. L. Rowe, 2.00; W. S. Rowe, 64.00; G. Ruber 
25.00; R. R. Rudd, 120.00; R. E. Sampson, 288.17; C. Schisler, 4.00; M. C 
Schisler, 82.90; R. Schisler, 2.00; A. K. Shantz, 12.00; H. Slater, 10.00; E. M 
Slinger, 98.71; Mrs. J. Slinger, 58.50; R. Sloan, 15.00; A. G. Smith, 178.23 
C. E. Smith, 255.00; R. J. Smith, 45.00; J. C. Spry, 50.00; G. S. Staples, 94.35 
F. Steep, 40.50; E. Stevenson, 12.00; W. Strong, 290.00; W. Stuart, 10.00 
T. Taylor, 41.25; W. G. Taylor, 10.00; G. Thompson, 37.45; N. R. Thompson 
443.79; A. Townsend, 10.00; A. Underwood, 12.00; H. Vasey, 42.50; D. C 
Warren, 75.00; W. A. Watson, 42.50; L. R. Webber, 371.50; M. W. Webster 
332.50; D. White, 12.00; C. Wright, 164.27; M. Wright, 110.56; W. R. Wybrow 
700.00; B. Young, 120.00; D. M. Young, 221.00 



96 24 



300 00 



399 99 
953 33 



4H months 453 33 
281 33 



600 00 



440 32 



822 58 
300 00 



39,055 35 






1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A41 

Ontario Agricultural College — Continued 

Divisions — Continued 

Expenses — Continued 

Travelling Expenses: 

N. A. Bagg, 12.40; A. W. Baker, 15.20; J. S. Beilby, 5.30; G. E. Bell, 395.34; 
H. G. Bell, 72.65; J. E. Bergey, 1,308.35; W. C. Blackwood, 39.54; H. Branion, 
203.01; R. Bryant, 13.00; R. J. Brydon, 31.60; J. Buchanan, 61.25; L. Caesar, 
85.93; C. Cox, 945.79; A. G. Douglas, 385.55; W. M. Drummond, 148.35; C. C. 
Duncan, 176.04; G. G. Dustan, 259.39; E. J. Dyce, 136.73; J. Eccles, 5.30; 
W. G. Evans, 10.02; W. T. Ewen, 422.33; G. Faull, 12.00; F. L. Ferguson, 
409.13; J. F. Francis, 1,211.98; H. L. Fulmer, 13.80; W. R. Graham, 8.25; J. B. 
Gartshore, 700.40; H. W. Goble, 130.61; A. R. Gould, 531.09; F. R. Graesser, 
170.65; H. A. Graham, 88.87; F. W. Hamilton, 23.63; L. Hanna, 53.15; J. I. 
Hart, 2.65; G. A. Hills, 30.59; J. E. Howitt, 230.34; R. G. Hunter, 1,137.27; 
C. M. Huntsman, 1,244.19; A. G. Ireton, 358.29; F. N. Jerome, 138.43; R. 
Keegan, 39.71; E. J. King, 10.00; L. G. Klein, 6.95; R. G. Knox, 29.20; A. M. 
Laughland, 15.60; J. Laughland, 190.27; W. G. Lemaistre, 104.10; V. C. Lowell, 
50.12; J. J. Macllraith, 954.36; A. R. Mallory, 1.00; F. N. Marcellus, 528.21; 
K. Marcellus, 70.55; H. E. Markle, 5.85; A. W. Mason, 100.29; J. D. McConachie, 
133.85; O. McConkey, 59.47; G. P. McRostie, 219.07; G. C. McLaren, 1.35; A. G. 
McNally, 156.86; R. H. McNeil, 8.50; E. McWilliams, 24.38; H. McWilliams, 
17.13; R. C. Moffatt, 47.63; F. F. Morwick, 594.17; G. W. Mutrie, 314.20; 
N. J. Myles, 8.35; D. Orchard, 75.23; R. H. Ozburn, 21.85; H. J. Pettit, 753.18; 
G. E. Raithby, 13.40; C. W. Riley, 51.76; W. A. Risebrough, 5.00; C. P. Rivaz, 
11.65; J. R. Rothwell, 1.60; G. N. Ruhnke, 357.79; W. Rushton, 2.90; D. R. Sands, 
91.60; W. P. Shorey, 827.98; J. E. Shuh, 18.60; D. B. Shutt, 4.55; W. H. Simmons, 
3.60; C. E. Smith, 111.20; J. B. Smith, 17.56; E. S. Snyder, 38.20; W. H. Sproule, 
7.85; R.J. Stallwood, 19.35; O. J. Stevenson, 4.20; A. Stewart, 199.07; F. B. 
Stewart, 26.15; W. Strong, 191.27; J. J. Stroud, 21.24; W. A. Sutherland, 11.30; J. 
C. Taylor, 15.60; N. J. Thomas, 326.05; C. L. Thomson, 30.40; N. R. Thomp- 
son, 319.65; R. W. Thompson, 528.27; W. D. Tolton, 118.79; L. R. Webber, 
324.90; N. Weber, 23.41; W. R. Wybrow, 6.50 19,501.21 

Maintenance: 

American Stove Company, 164.10; J. Armstrong, Ltd., 264.62; W. & S. Avery, 
Ltd., 173.88; M. Balconi & Son, 852.50; J. Barclay, 108.91 ; R. O. Barber, 173.01; 
A. Barber, 133.80; Beatty Bros., Ltd., 113.25; F. C. Biggs & Sons, 600.00; C. M. 
Blyth, 298.88; Mrs. Bohn, 149.17; Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 191.00; Borden 
Co., Ltd., 142.98; J. H. Borthwick, 537.72; Brantford Cordage Co., Ltd., 106.83; 
G. P. Brown Distributors, Ltd., 191.50; J. Brown, 156.15; Brunner Corporation, 
Canada, Ltd., 116.15; Buckeye Incubator Co., Ltd., 123.08; Burwell View Farm, 
216.00; Canada Packers, Ltd., 235.71 ; Canadian Baled Shavings Co., Ltd., 425.66; 
Canadian Industrial Alcohol Co., Ltd., 128.47; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 469.35; 
Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 1,182.14; Canadian Liquid Air Co., Ltd., 
123.82; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 133.90; Canadian Live Stock 
Records, 350.75; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 500.61; Central Scientific Com- 
pany of Canada, Ltd., 6,543.43; Cherry Burrell Corporation of Canada, Ltd., 
2,519.25; S. J. Cherry & Sons, Ltd., 401.27; J. Clair, 496.07; Coulter Copper & 
Brass Co., Ltd., 100.00; Crane, Ltd., 303.88; K. Crimless, 132.25; Dairy Depart- 
ment, Ontario Agricultural College, 167.29; Dale Estate, Ltd., 542.28; Wm. Daw- 
son Subscription Service, Ltd., 133.30; Dominion Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., 229.07; 
Dominion Foundries & Steel, Ltd., 450.00; Doughty & McFarlane, 2,144.53; 
Douglas Seed Co., 501.03; Eastern Steel Products, Ltd., 612.49; Ellis & Howard, 
Ltd., 1,165.28; Every Scale Repair Shop, 103.47; Eureka Planter Co., Ltd., 153.41; 
Federal Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., 131.05; I. O. Felker, 499.93; Foster Pottery Co., 
137.76; Frank & Schuett, 937.89; Freeman Store Fixture & Supply Co., Ltd., 
356.97; Findlay's Limited, 167.64; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 227.29; J. D. Gale, 
1,385.82; General Supply Company of Canada, Ltd., 192.22; J. H. Giffen, 115.20; 
Gooderham & Worts, Ltd., 327.28; G. Gordon, 1,474.13; Greenmelk Co., Ltd., 
494.67; Guelph Creamery, 411.50; Guelph Fertilizer Mixing Station, 153.30; 
Guelph Lumber Co., Ltd., 872.44; Guelph Paper Co., 147.54; A. Haas, 200.00; 
Hale's Meat Market, 247.32; F. W. Hamilton, 135.00; W. S. Hanna & Sons, 262.76; 
R. Harcourt, 108.63; H. & J. Horton, 125.00; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 1,112.56; Ingram 
& Bell, Ltd., 472.19; Gordon Johnson, 672.36; Ketchum Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
2,797.00; Keuffel & Esser Co., 202.01 ; King's Printer, 7,554.36; Kloepfer Coal Co., 
413.31; Lake of the Woods Milling Co., Ltd., 669.00; Marshall Lasby, 311.42; D. 
H. Lindsay, 500.14; H. Little, 139.23; Lockhart's Camera Exchange, 208.51; B. 
Lovett, 11 1.50; John Lowe Estate, 335.00; MacCallum Manufacturing Co., 122.88; 



A 42 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Agricultural College — Continued 

Divisions — Continued 

Expenses — Continued 
Maintenance — Continued 

Macdonald Electric, Ltd., 122.18; T. H. Maltby, 250.25; Maple Leaf Milling Co., 
Ltd., 7,770.56; P. Martin, 300.39; J. A. McAllister, 196.00; R. McCorkindale, 
643.34; H. McFadyean, 700.00; J. A. McFarlane, 117.25; D. E. McKewen, 150.00; 

D. J. McLean, 139.65; D. A. McNaughton, 329.46; A. A. McNeil, 114.25; G. J. 
Merlihan & Co., 121.07; Model Fence & Incubators, Ltd., 125.10; Moffats, Ltd., 
346.50; Moss Garage, 191.84; National Fertilizers, Ltd., 221.58; National Grocers 
Co., Ltd., 1,253.40; National Woodenware Co., 341.30; Niagara Brand Spray 
Co., Ltd., 344.64; Niagara Packers, Ltd., 132.19; Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., 
263.21; Ontario Agricultural College Review, 251.00; Ontario Cork Co., 1,012.75; 
Owen Sound Creamery Co., Ltd., 350.00; Parrish & Heimbecker, Ltd., 255.00; 
J. D. Patterson, 200.00; Penfold Hardware Co., 1,771.80; Pfaff Refrigerator 
Service, 147.77; Pioneer Equipment Co., 771.85; Wm. Plester, 277.11; Poultry 
Department, Ontario Agricultural College, 142.69; Quaker Oats Co., 1,503.88; 
Reesors Marmill, Ltd., 788.83; Reitzels, Ltd., 4,257.80; Richards Glass Co., Ltd., 
504.11; Robinhood Flour Mills, Ltd., 106.35; Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, 
187.68; Royal Dairy, 416.64; W. Scott, 235.26; Sheldons, Ltd., 127.31; Sheridan 
Nurseries, Ltd., 223.17; Silver Creek Farms, 585.00; Silverwoods Dairies, Ltd., 
1,021.45; B. Smith, 138.72; E D. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 109.68; Standard Brands, 
Ltd., 329.76; R. Stewart, Ltd., 1,109.54; W. W. Stuart, 302.99; Suey Wah 
Laundry, 143.45; Sutherland Schultz Electric Co., Ltd., 265.37; Steep's Meat 
Market, 124.60; A. Stewart, 769.17; J. Sutherland & Sons, Ltd., 132.50; J. H. 
Sweeney, 392.92; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 183.05; Taylor-Forbes, Ltd., 697.50; 
J. Thomas, 1,569.57; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 6,032.46; W. E. Treleaven, 
248.25; Underwood-Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., 282.40; Universal Lightning Rod Co., 
154.66; Walker Wallace, Ltd., 152.00; J. Walsh, 157.70; T. E. Walsh, 136.27; 

E. Webb & Sons, Ltd., 101.59; Wilson-Scientific Co., Ltd., 164.15; G. H. Wood 

&Co., Ltd., 117.75; C. Yeates Co., Ltd., 1,123.12; Cartage, express and 

freight, 1,722.99; customs, 159.53; newspapers and periodicals, 565.99; postage, 
3,052.03; telephone, 1,613.63; telegrams, 94.00; accounts under $100, 
12,952.18 114,206 18 

Less: Refund Yorkshire Insurance Co 5,030 00 






109,176 18 



Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph $788,233 32 



STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($8,000.00) 

Hon. P. M. Dewan 12 months 8,000 00 

Seed Grain Subsidy Act ($3,023.15) 
Sundry Municipalities, loans, 3,134.94; less repayments by municipalities, 111.79.. 3,023 15 

Statutory $11,023 15 

Total Expenditure, Department of Agriculture $2,147,614 59 



PART B 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

ATTORNEY- GENERAL 

FISCAL YEAR, 1938-39 






TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Main Office, Salaries, Maintenance, Etc 8 

Supreme Court of Ontario 10 

Accountant's Office 19 

Shorthand Reporters 11 

Toronto and York Crown Attorney 12 

Land Titles Office 12 

Drainage Referees 12 

Criminal Justice Accounts 13 

Administration of Justice in Counties, Cities and Districts 13 

Magistrates 17 

Public Trustee 18 

Official Guardian's Office 19 

Fire Marshal 20 

Inspector of Legal Offices 21 

Law Enforcement Branch 23 

Ontario Securities Commission 29 

Statutory , 30 

Allowances to Supreme Court Judges 30 

Allowances to County and District Judges 31 

Administration of Justice Expense Act 31 

Expenses of Elections 31 

Probation Offices 32 

Special Expenses 32 

Special Warrants 33 

Summary 7 



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DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL 

Hon. G. D. Conant, Minister, 12 months (Statutory, see page B 30). 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($55,218.32) 

Permanent 

Humphries, LA Deputy Attorney-General 12 months 

Adamson, H. R Accountant, Group 2 6 " 

Booth, G. K Clerk, Group 3 12 

Bowman, W. C " " 2 

Browning, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 iy 2 " 

Calarco. M " " " 2 12 " 

Chowen, J. E " " "2 7 " 

Common, W. B Senior Solicitor 12 " 

Flahiff, CM Clerk Typist, Group 2 

Frankish, E. R Pathologist 

Hood, M. M Secretary to Minister and Departmental 

Secretary " 

Hope, C. P Solicitor, Group 2 

Jack, E. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Klein, A. O Solicitor. Group 3 1 

LaChapelle, M. R Clerk Typist, Group 2 12 

MacTavish, L. R Solicitor, Group 2 6 " 

Magone, C. R " " 1 12 " 

Mooney, M Secretarial Stenographer 

Nicol, A. W Principal Clerk 

Pidgeon, B. I Clerk, Group 1 6J/2 " 

Sangster, M. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 10 1/6 " 

Snyder, C. L Counsel 12 " 

Vincent, V. T Technician, Group 1 11 " 

Wilson, B Clerk Typist, Group 2 12 

Temporary 

Aubin, J. C Student-at-Law 7 3/5 months 

DeGuerre, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3 

Flath, A. J Clerk Typist, Group 2 

Gregory, P Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 

Liesmer, M. R Clerk Typist, Group 2 2% 

McNabb, G. A Student-at-Law 7 2/5 

Smith, D. J Clerk Typist, Group 2 3 

Woodhouse, J. H Student-at-Law 10% 



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187 50 


512 49 



Travelling Expenses ($699.47) 

Hon. G. D. Conant, 625.00; Department of Highways, 14.15; M. M. Hood, 12.87; 
C. P. Hope, 15.15; C. R. Magone, 18.00; E. A. Mockler, 14.30 

Maintenance ($3,894.92) 

Acousticon Dictograph Company of Canada, Ltd., 128.68; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 

109.20; Harcourts, Ltd., 100.90; King's Printer, 2,023.00; Car tickets, 

19.10; cartage and express, 13.51; newspapers and periodicals, 75.75; telegrams, 
255.18; telephone, 831.10; accounts under $100, 338.50 

Crown Counsel Prosecutions ($8,111.65) 

Expenses: 

W. B. Common, 130.75; C. P. Hope, 163.85; C. R. Magone, 98.55 

Fees and Expenses: 

J. E. Anderson, 20.00; A. F. Annis, 174.00; H. Arrell, 101.00; H. Atkinson, 
166.10; A. D. Bell, 72.00; J. F. P. Birnie, 200.00; E. W. Clairmont, 170.04; 
W. P. Clement, 10.00; N. L. Croome, 84.57; A. G. Davis, 107.00; H. R. Dey- 
man, 10.00; W. I. Dick, 248.77; B. C. Donnan, 254.25; R. D. Evans, 20.00; 
R. M. J. Galligan, 50.00; K. S. Ham, 20.00; F. Hammond, 86.00; J. G. Hark- 
ness, 146.00; D. E. Holmes, 10.00; H. B. Johnson, 92.00; J. M. Kearns, 10.00; 



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1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL Bj> 

Main Office — Continued 

Crown Counsel Prosecutions — Continued 

Fees and Expenses — Continued 

W. E. Kelly, 20.00; E. H. Lancaster, 121.00; W. S. Lane, 112.00; W. F. Lang- 
worthv, 510.20; E. S. Livermore, 562.10; C. W. A. Marion, 120.40; J. H. Mc- 
Donald, 575.75 ; V. J. McElderry, 269.55 ; C. McKay, 20.00 ; L. A. Mc- 
Lennan, 165.71; W. F. McRae, 132.00; N. F. Newton, 1,090.83; J. L. O'Flynn, 
494.03; W. W. Pollock, 66.00; E. C. Popham, 197.70; T. J. Rigney, 330.00; H. 
D. Smith, 381.35; H. E. Stone, 121.70; H. M. Taylor, 20.00; E. A. Tilley, 106.25; 
F. E. D. Wallace, 132.80; G. Walmsley, 117.40 7,718 50' 

General Litigation and Legal Services ($370.74) 

Reference re Children's Protection Act and other Social Acts: 

Powell, Aylen & Maclaren 200 00 

Lovebond vs. Grand Trunk Railway, et al: 

R. S. Robertson, legal services 100 00 

Sundry Litigations: 

Accounts under $100 70 74 

Commissions and Sundry Investigations ($24,432.65) 

Royal Commission on Highway Transportation: 

Hon. Mr. Justice Chevrier, Chairman, honorarium, 500.00; travelling expenses, 
226.10; E. R. Sayles, Commissioner, honorarium, 500.00; travelling expenses, 
743.70; C. R. Young, Commissioner, honorarium, 500.00; J. H. Best, caretaking 
services, 100.00; R. Brydie, services reporting, 1,051.00; H. Redmond, stenog- 
raphic services, 245.24; J. Singer, legal services, 1,000.00; D. C. Wells, ser- 
vices as Secretary, 649.81; N. D. Wilson, services as Economist Expert, 2,500.00; 
Accounts under $100, 343.24 8,359 09 

Committee Investigating Administration of Justice in Province of Ontario: 

Sundry Newspapers, advertising, 1 14.64; Accounts under $100, 22.10 136 74 

Rowell Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations: 

King's Printer, 3,069.76; D. W. Lang, services as Counsel, 3,500.00; J. Rosen- 

feld, legal services, 300.00; K. W. Taylor, services, 780.00; expenses, 342.35; 

Express, 4.36; telephone, 5.72; accounts under $100, 52.65 8,054 84 

Homewood Sanitarium Inquiry: 

F. W\ Barlow, Commissioner, honorarium 1,000 00" 

Inquiry re the late Mrs. Maybelle Horlick Sidley: 

N. R. Butcher & Co., copies of evidence, 324.50; Telegrams, 38.77; accounts 

under $100, 146.75 510 02 

Royal Commission re Mental Hospitals: 

C. R. Magone, Chairman, expenses, 397.97; W. H. Avery, Commissioner, honor- 
arium, 3,850.00; A. E. Baker, expenses, 229.55; L. Conacher, Commissioner, 
expenses, 268.25; Canadian Stenotype Services, transcription of evidence, 
425.40; H. G. Rogers, expenses, 112.55; E. H. Silk, expenses, 357.75; F. J. Spera- 

pani, expenses as Official Reporter, 228.15; Postage, 2.14; telegrams, 4.30; 

telephone, 86.78; accounts under $100, 409.12 6,371 96 

Conferences on Improving Laws ($1,103.44) 

D. W. Lang, travelling expenses, 350.00; E. Silk, travelling expenses, 247.60; C. 

L. Snyder, travelling expenses, 350.00; Express, 1.35; telephone, 3.29; accounts 

under $100, 151.20 1,103 44 

County Law Libraries, Grants ($2,000.00) 

Sund ry Law Associations 2,000 00 

Compassionate Allowances for Incapacitated Officers ($1,200.00) 
M. Brennan 1,200 00 



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No. 1 



Main Office — Continued 



Law Library, Books, Reports, etc. ($775.33) 

Burroughs & Co. (Eastern), Ltd., 267.00; Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., 105.25; 
Carswell Co., Ltd., 162.50; Accounts under $100, 240.58 

Main Office $97,806 52 



775 33 



SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 
Grants to Judges' Library ($700.00) 

Hon. W. E. Middleton, Treasurer 



700 00 



Judges' Staff 
Salaries ($8,225.00) 

Permanent 

Davies, R. N Reporter and Secretary 12 months 2,000 00 

Coles, E. M Secretarial Stenographer " 1,600 00 

Farrow, L. E " " u 1,600 00 

Rouse, I " " 12 months 1,600 00 

Less leave of absence 800 00 800 00 

Spiers, E. L Library Assistant, Group 3 12 months 825 00 

Staples, M. M Secretarial Stenographer u 1,400 00 



Master's Office 
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Permanent 

Barlow, F. H Master 

Cook, F. G Assistant Master, Group 2. 

Hunter, A. T u " "2. 

Lennox, O. E " ■ * 1. 

Marriott, A. S Head Clerk, Group 2 



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Registrar's Office 
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Permanent 

Smyth, C. W Registrar 5 2/5 months 2,032 26 

" Assistant Registrar 13/5 " 592 74 

Hinds, D Registrar 6 3/5 months 

Anderson, W. S Surrogate Clerk 12 " 

Beddis, G. F Clerk, Group 2 

Best, J. H Messenger " 

Bow, E. B Clerk Typist, Group 2 " 

Bradley, C Clerk, Group 3 

Brandon, W. E Assistant Registrar, Group 2 6 " 

Cadwell, J. R u " " 2 12 " 

Cameron, V. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 53^ " 

Chambers, T Usher and Messenger 12 " 

Colloton, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Currie, B.J Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Eden, L Usher and Messenger 

Fisher, H Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Gorman, A. P Stenographic Reporter 

Grant, C Clerk, Group 2 

Irvine, W. T Usher and Messenger 

Ling, L. C Assistant Registrar, Group 2 

Livingston, J. A Office Boy 7 " 

McBride, G. K Senior Clerk 12 " 

McHugh, G. P Assistant Registrar, Group 2 5 " 

McKinnon, R Clerk, Group 2 12 

Palen, H Assistant Registrar, Group 2 

Pope, W. M Clerk. Group 1 



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Supreme Court of Ontario — Continued 

Registrar's Office — Continued 

Ralfe, R. W Assistant Registrar, Group 2 12 months 2,700 00 

Scott. F. W " u u 2 u 2,400 00 

Smith, D Clerk Typist, Group 1 " 900 00 

Spanner, C. G Stenographic Reporter " 2,000 00 

Stewart, D. J Clerk, Group 1 " 1,400 00 

Thompson, G. G Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 1,050 00 

Tracy, M. E Senior Clerk Stenographer .7 ■ 875 00 

Temporary 

Bristol, D Clerk, Group 1 12 months 1,299 96 

Livingston, J. A Office Boy 3 a 131 25 

Rudge, C. E Assistant Registrar, Group 2 1 " 212 50 

Maintenance ($7,266.18) 

T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 227.45; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 1,316.10; King's Printer, 3,337.89; 
R. Simpson Co., Ltd., 420.55 ; Thornton, Smith & Co., Ltd., 420.00; Under- 

wood-Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., 494.70; Car tickets, 18.00; express, 6.45; postage, 

400.00; telegrams, 120.99; telephone, 96.40; accounts under $100, 407.65 7,266 18 

Taxing Office 
Salaries ($5,400.00) 

Permanent 

MacGillivray, J. F Taxing Officer 12 months 5,400 00 

Supreme Court of Ontario $88,692 21 



SHORTHAND REPORTERS 
Salaries ($22,800.00) 

Permanent 

Brown, S. W Court Reporter 12 months 3,000 00 

Buskard, W. G " " " 2,550 00 

Cabeldu, A. E " " " 3,000 00 

Clitheroe, F " u " 3,000 00 

Dickson, R. N " " " 3,000 00 

Foot, E. C ■ " 12 months 3,000 00 

Less leave of absence 750 00 2,250 00 

Nield, E " " 12 months 3,000 00 

Taylor, H. O " " .... « 3,000 00 

Services Reporting and Travelling Expenses ($11,018.82) 

Services Reporting: 

R. Brydie, 870.00; P. R. Burt, 8.00; J. Buskard, 80.00; N. R. Butcher & Co., 

80.00; Coo & Thompson, 24.00; A. G. Newall & Co., 64.00; P. N. O'Hara, 

676.00; T. Pyburn, 984.00; M. Tichborne, 40.00; W. D. Torrie, 56.00; H. W. 

Tuck, 1,332.10 4,214 10 

Travelling Expenses: 

S. W. Brown, 737.06; R. Brydie, 385.15; P. R. Burt, 12.68; N. R. Butcher & 
Co., 22.70; W. G. Buskard, 667.05; J. Buskard, 8.25; A. E. Cabeldu, 580.75; 
F. Clitheroe, 856.00; R. N. Dickson, 244.55; E. C. Foot, 106.68; G. Mitchell, 
8.90; E. Nield, 591.90; P. N. O'Hara, 473.00; T. Pyburn, 489.70; W. R. Scott, 
11.70; H. O. Taylor, 522.00; W. D. Torry, 78.35 ; H. W. Tuck, 1,008.30 6,804 72 

Shorthand Reporters $33,818 82 



B 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



OFFICE OF TORONTO AND YORK CROWN ATTORNEY 
Salaries ($27,134.03) 

Permanent 

McFadden, J. W Crown Attorney 12 

Borins, N Assistant Crown Attorney, Group 2 . . . 



Gibson, W. O. 

Malone, F. I 

Martin, W. M 

Sanders, H. A 

Foster, V. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Walsh, L Clerk, Group 1 

Wice, A V * 3 



Temporary 

Downey, D. F Assistant Crown Attorney 

Martin, W. M 

Mathews, N. L 



12 months 


7,000 00 


« 


3,000 00 




4,000 00 


" 


3,500 00 


103^ ■ 


2,629 03 


12 " 


2,500 00 


« 


1,125 00 


u 


1,600 00 


a 


900 00 


(Part time) 


170 00 


« 


340 00 


M 


370 00 



Maintenance ($412.59) 

Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., 115.75; Newspapers and periodicals, 25.00; post- 
age, 180.00; telegrams, 12.99; telephone, 24.99; accounts under $100, 53.86 

Office of Toronto and York Crown Attorney $27,546 62 



412 59 



LAND TITLES OFFICE 
Salaries ($27,300.00) 

Permanent 

Deacon, C. R Master of Titles 12 months 4,800 00 

Clarke, C. E Secretarial Stenographer " 1,700 00 

Cowlin, R. G Senior Clerk " 1 ,700 00 

Crawford, A. A " " " 1,700 00 

Durrant, B. C " " " 1,700 00 

Lander, W. J Deputy Master of Titles, Group 1 " 3,000 00 

Martin, J. M Senior Clerk " 1 ,900 00 

McCool, C. B Clerk, Group 1 " 1,500 00 

Mercer, S Deputy Master of Titles, Group 2 2,400 00 

Perrins, J. C Senior Clerk Stenographer 1 ,500 00 

Pollard, E Clerk, Group 1 " 1 ,600 00 

Willis, G. G. Y Senior Clerk " 1,800 00 

Young, W. F " " " 2,000 00 



Maintenance ($762.65) 

King's Printer, 674.15; Postage, 70.00; accounts under $100, 18.50 

Land Titles Office $28,062 65 



762 65 



DRAINAGE REFEREES 
Salaries ($2,400.00) 

Permanent 



Honeywell, F. H Drainage Referee 12 months 1,200 00 

McNevin, J. A " " " 1,200 00 



Maintenance ($23.75) 
J. A. McNevin 23 75 

Drainage Referees $2,423 75 



months 


1,650 02 




728 87 


u 


900 00 


a 


2,100 00 


u 


1,600 00 


a 


1,200 00 


660 00 




500 00 


1,160 00 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B 13 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACCOUNTS 

Audit Office 

Salaries ($9,338.89) 

Permanent 

Adamson, H. R Auditor 6 i 

Fitzgerald, E. R Senior Clerk 5 \ 

Forman, B. S Clerk, Group 3 12 

Mockler, E. A Principal Clerk 

Parkhill, M Senior Clerk 

Starr, E. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Temporary 

Fitch, C. A Auditor 6 months 

" Consultant 

Travelling Expenses ($237.43) 

C. A. Fitch 237 43 

Maintenance ($489.86) 

King's Printer, 396.39; Telegrams, 8.70; accounts under $100, 84.77 489 86 

Annual Revision of Voters' Lists, Services and Expenses of County 
and District Court Judges ($1,642.29) 

Algoma, 5.00; Brant, 66.07; Bruce, 45.13; Carleton, 6.20; Cochrane, 38.30; Dufferin, 
7.20; Essex, 42.20; Hastings, 227.80; Huron, 347.30; Kent, 30.85; Lanark, 
66.51; Leeds and Grenville, 56.70; Lennox and Addington, 157.20; Lincoln, 
36.40; Middlesex, 27.00; Northumberland and Durham, 21.80; Ontario, 13.80; 
Peel, 25.40; Perth, 123.90; Prescott and Russell, 10.00; Renfrew, 20.70; Simcoe, 
74.00; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 42.40; Temiskaming, 40.43; Welland, 
97.80; Wentworth, 12.20 1,642 29 

Counties and Cities, Administration of Justice ($399,980.92) 

Counties and Cities: 

Brant, 4,707.67; Bruce, 3,301.07; Carleton, 20,085.14; Dufferin, 3,487.13; 
Elgin, 3,358.35; Essex, 10,665.55; Frontenac, 7,327.24; Grey, 8,846.26; Haldi- 
mand, 3,479.94; Halton, 4,974.13; Hastings, 5.881.22; Huron, 3,401.70; Kent, 
9,285.63; Lambton, 3,784.36; Lanark, 3,465.34; Leeds and Grenville, 5,018.00; 
Lennox and Addington, 3,659.99; Lincoln, 7,779.12; Middlesex, 16,682.11; 
Norfolk, 3,077.02; Northumberland and Durham, 7,984.60; Ontario, 8,530.49; 
Oxford, 6,130.41; Peel, 4,226.00; Perth, 4,139.27; Peterborough, 4,083.78; 
Prescott and Russell, 5,425.30; Prince Edward, 1,724.76; Renfrew, 7,774.94; 
Simcoe, 10,579.70; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 6,454.99; Victoria, 3,352.91 ; 
Waterloo, 4,268.48; Welland, 9,070.13; Wellington, 3,931.14; Wentworth, 
7,968.90; York, 6,528.83; City of Hamilton, 11,096.03; Toronto and York, 
33,800.75; Toronto (Municipal Farm), 37,869.16; City of Toronto, 38,143.38. . 355,350.92 

Crown Attorneys, Salaries in lieu of fees: 

J. S. Allan (Essex), 6,000.00; G. W. Ballard (Wentworth), 5,600.00; W. P. 
Clement (Waterloo), 3,500.00; R. J. Desrosiers (Essex), 1,800.00; R. D. Evans 
(Dufferin), 1,400.00; J. G. Harkness (Stormont), 3,230.00; J. M. Kearns (Wel- 
lington), 4,200.00; W. E. Kelly (Norfolk), 3,400.00; H. F. McCulloch (Went- 
worth) 1,500.00; R. Mercier (Carleton), 4,500.00; W. W. Pollock (Lanark), 
2,500.00; H. M. Taylor (Lambton), 3,500.00; F. E. D. Wallace (Brant), 3,500.00. 44,630 00 

Administration of Justice in Districts 

Salaries ($134,238.56) 

Algoma : 

Permanent: 

Fleming, S. E Gaol Surgeon 12 months 300 00 

Hearst, M. A Matron " 400 00 

Hearst, R. M Gaoler * 1,800 00 

Johnson, W Turnkey " 1,400 00 

MacDonald, J. H Caretaker " 1,200 00 



B 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Algoma — Continued 



Administration of Justice in Districts — Continued 



Salaries — Continued 



McLeod, J. H Turnkey 6 months 562 50 

OTlynn, J. L Clerk of the Peace 11 " 366 67 

Prout, V Elevator Attendant 12 " 1,050 00 

Ruchon, F Charwoman 7 " 309 00 

Stone, R. E Treasurer 12 " 400 00 

Thompson, J Turnkey " 1,300 00 



Temporary: 

Charwomen, Elevator Attendants, Engineers, Turnkeys, etc 



3,383 50 



Cochrane: 
Permanent: 

Bisson, H Caretaker 

Caldbick, S. A Crown Attorney. 

MacKay, J. D Sheriff 

" Treasurer 

Menzies, J. E Court Reporter . 



12 months 


1,300 00 


a 


3,500 00 


u 


750 00 


u 


400 00 


u 


1,200 00 



Temporary: 
Guards. . 



417 23 



Kenora : 



Permanent: 

Appleton, E Clerk of the District Court 12 months 700 00 

Chivers, P Turnkey " 1,300 00 

Cox, E. W Gaoler " 1,700 00 

Cox, M. F Matron " 300 00 

Doan, M Gourt Reporter " 300 00 

Dolman, W Treasurer " 400 00 

Gould, A Caretaker " 1,200 00 

Gunne, W. J Gaol Surgeon " 200 00 

Howard, C Turnkev " 1,300 00 

MacCallum, L. D Sheriff .' " 1,000 00 

McLennan, L. A Clerk of the Peace 9 5/6" 204 86 

Murray, H Turnkey 12 months 1,300 00 

Less leave of absence 249 17 1 ,050 S3 

Myles, G. H Caretaker 12 months 1,200 CO 

Popham, E. C Clerk of the Peace 2 1/6" 45 14 

Warner, H. R Turnkey 12 " 1,500 00 



Temporary: 

Caretakers, Turnkeys, etc 



1,263 00 



Manitoulin: 
Permanent: 

McDermid, R Gaoler 12 months 1,300 00 

McDermid, S. J Matron " 300 00 

McRae, W. F Treasurer " 300 00 

" Clerk of the Peace u 250 00 

Strain, F. A Gaol Surgeon " 200 00 



Temporary: 

Guards and Matron 



180 00 



Muskoka: 

Permanent: 

Clairmont, E. W Clerk of the Peace 12 months 250 00 

Ellis, E. G Physician " 150 00 

Lount, C. E Treasurer " 400 00 

Reynolds, C Gaoler " 1,300 00 

Reynolds, E Matron " 200 00 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B_15 

Administration of Justice in Districts — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 
Muskoka — Continued 

Temporary: 

Charwoman, Guards, etc 481 00 

Nipissing: 

Permanent: 

Brennan, E. J Gaol Surgeon 12 months 300 00 

Frezell, J Court Reporter " 1,200 00 

Gratton, F Turnkey " 1,500 00 

Hooey, G Caretaker " 1,200 00 

Laderoute, W Turnkey " 1,300 00 

LePage, E Cleaner and Helper " 1,125 00 

Rathwell, H Turnkey 3 " 300 00 

Rayner, W Turnkey and Caretaker 12 ■ 1,500 00 

Tilley, E. A .Clerk of the Peace " 250 00 

Turner, E. J Gaoler " 1,900 00 

Valin, F Matron ■ 450 00 

Windsor, W Engineer and Turnkey 1,300 00 

Temporary: 

Guards, Turnkey and Matron 2,243 76 

Parry Sound: 
Permanent: 

Armstrong, J. E Sheriff 

" " Treasurer 

Keating, B Matron 

Keating, T Gaoler 

Limbert, M. H Gaol Surgeon 

McDevitt, H Turnkey 

Tait, W. J " ' 



12 months 


750 00 


« 


400 00 


« 


300 00 


a 


1,400 00 


a 


150 00 


u 


1,125 00 


a 


1,200 00 



Temporary : 

Guards and Turnkey 103 25 

Rainy River: 
Permanent: 

Boyle, W. G Physician 

Bryan, F. E Caretaker 

King, J. E Gaoler 

King, M Matron 

Miller, J Turnkey 

Pilkey, W. P Sheriff 

" Clerk of the District Court 

Thompson, A Treasurer 



12 months 


200 00 


u 


1,440 00 


u 


1,700 00 


a 


300 00 


a 


1,400 00 


u 


750 00 


U 


600 00 


u 


400 00 



Temporary: 

Caretaker, Guards, Turnkey, etc 1,524 75 

Sudbury: 

Permanent: 

Arthur, M Sheriff 

" " Treasurer 

Cornthwaite, R Turnkey 

Daggett, H " 

Marchant, L u 

Martin, G u 

Morrison, W. C Gaol Surgeon 

Mulligan, T. M Clerk of the District Court .... 

O'Leary, P Matron 



12 months 


750 00 


« 


400 00 


u 


1,500 00 


u 


1,300 00 


it 


1,500 00 


a 


1,300 00 


a 


720 00 


u 


450 00 


a 


500 00 



B 16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Administration of Justice in Districts — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 



Sudbury — Continued 

O'Leary, W. H Gaoler 

Pomeroy, A Court Reporter . 

Steed, A Turnkey 

Wilkins, E. D Crown Attorney. 

Temporary: 

Caretaker, Gaol Surgeon, Turnkeys, etc 



12 months 


2,100 00 


a 


1,500 00 


u 


1,300 00 


u 


5,000 00 



6,489 50 



Temiskaming: 
Permanent: 



Anderson, J Turnkey 

Arnold, W. C Gaol Surgeon . . . 

Austin, C Gaoler 

Burton, H. S Turnkey 

George, G. M " " 

Gould, J Treasurer 

" Court Reporter . 

Humphreys, A. T Gaoler 

Joy, W. T Caretaker 

Macdonell, G. M Turnkey 

Moriarty, H " 

Robinson, J. B Crown Attorney 

Terrill, C. L Matron 

Thisdelle, J Turnkey 



Temporary: 

Caretakers, Fireman, Turnkeys, etc. 



12 months 


1,500 00 


U 


400 00 


5Vs * 


860 00 


12 " 


1,400 00 


u 


1,300 00 


" 


300 00 


u 


1,200 00 


9H " 


1,415 02 


12 " 


1,400 00 


u 


1,200 00 


a 


1,125 00 


a 


3,000 00 


u 


500 00 


u 


1,300 00 




2.136 75 



Thunder Bay: 
Permanent: 



Baxendale, W Engineer 12 months 1,300 00 

Best, J. F Turnkey " 1,300 00 

Davidson, J Elevator Attendant " 1 ,200 00 

Faulkner, C. K Turnkey 11/6 u 125 80 

Hebden, F Caretaker 12 ■ 720 00 

Lander, E. M Assistant Caretaker 540 00 

Langworthy, W. F Clerk of the Peace " 250 00 

Lasseter, G Gaoler tt 2,000 00 

Lasseter, V Matron " 400 00 

Lee, M Turnkey 10 " 1,000 00 

McKeown, L. G * 3 " 300 00 

Murray, T. H " 12 " 1,300 00 

Page, W Caretaker a 1,300 00 

Scott, F Engineer " 1,300 00 

Smith, A Turnkey 3 u 300 00 

Smith, CM Turnkey and Night Watchman 12 " 1,400 00 

Smith, W. M Gaol Surgeon " 400 00 

Stout, J. G Turnkey " 1,300 00 

Thompson, H Sheriff " 1,000 00 

" Treasurer " 400 00 

Thompson, L. B Turnkey a 1,300 00 



Temporary: 

Caretakers, Elevator Attendant, Guards, etc. 



3,931 00 



General Administration of Justice in Districts ($241,999.09) 

Algoma, 25,961.43; Cochrane, 32,261.34; Kenora, 22,536.22; Manitoulin, 7,808.41; 
Muskoka, 9,189.19; Nipissing, 24,558.28; Parry Sound, 12,886.42; Rainy River, 
13,086.80; Sudbury, 34,610.64; Temiskaming, 27,617.21 ; Thunder Bay, 31,483.15 . 241,999 09 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL 



B 17 



Criminal Justice Accounts — Continued 

Magistrates 
Salaries ($155,726.75) 

Permanent 
Magistrates: 

Arnold, S. B Chatham 12 months 3,000 00 

Arthurs, E Espanola " 3,000 00 

Atkinson, S Hailevbury " 3,750 00 

Bergeron, P. C Alexandria ■ 3,000 00 

Bick, C. F Cannington " 3,000 00 

Blake, J. R Gait " 3,500 00 

Butler, E. J Belleville " 3,500 00 

Campbell, J. H St. Catharines " 3,000 00 

Campbell, W. A. F Port Hope " 3,000 00 

Clayton, L. H Ottawa " 3,500 00 

Cooper, W. M Sturgeon Falls " 3,000 00 

Cruso, H. L Fort Frances " 3,000 00 

Ebbs, F. S Oshawa " 3,000 00 

Elliot, A Sault Ste. Marie " 3,500 00 

Gee, E. A Lindsay " 3,000 00 

Hanrahan, J. A Windsor " 1,000 00 

Hawkshaw, C. W Lucan " 3,500 00 

Hopkins, J. B Niagara Falls " 3,000 00 

Jeffs, C Barrie " 3,500 00 

Keith, W Toronto " 3,500 00 

Kirkland, J. T Almonte 1 " 250 00 

Labrosse, R Vankleek Hill 12 " 3,500 00 

Langley, O. A Peterborough " 3,500 00 

LeMay, CD Fort William " 3,000 00 

Lloyd, J. L Northbrook " 3,000 00 

Major, F. W Gore Bay " 1,800 00 

Makins, J. A Stratford " 3,000 00 

Massie, J. C Dunnville " 3,500 00 

McCormick, J Winchester " 2,500 00 

McCrimmon, M. D St. Thomas " 3,500 00 

McCuaig, J. A. R Port Arthur " 3,000 00 

McCurry, J. H North Bay " 3,500 00 

McGregor, W. K Pembroke " 3,000 00 

Mcllveen, W. E Oakville " 3,000 00 

McKessock, J. S Sudbury " 3,500 00 

McKinley, J. F Ottawa " 1,200 00 

Meldrum, A. D Parry Sound " 3,000 00 

Payne, H. D Mimico " 1,300 00 

Shea, J. A Kingston ■ 3,000 00 

Smith, D. C Almonte 10% " 2,693 55 

Smith, W. A Sandwich 12 " 2,000 00 

Spereman, E. C Owen Sound " 3,000 00 

Thomas, R Bracebridge. " 1,500 00 

Tucker, E. R Cochrane " 3,500 00 

Tyrer, L Moosonee " 500 00 

Walker, F. W Walkerton " 3,000 00 

Watt, F Guelph " 3,500 00 

Wolfe, T. H Kenora u 3,000 00 

Woodliffe, W. F Weston " 2,500 00 

Woodrow, C. S Sarnia " 3,000 00 

Wright, G. A Brockville " 3,000 00 



Magistrates: 



Temporary 



Forsyth, R Toronto 

Gould, M. G North Bay 

Lieff, A. H Ottawa 

Longman, G Barrie 

Prentice, J. L Toronto 

Smith, D. C Smith's Falls \\i 

Winters, A. A Simcoe 12 



2 months 


500 00 


4M " 


1,091 67 


5% « 


1,322 58 


5 " 


1,250 00 


1 " 


250 00 


IX * 


306 45 


2 " 


3,000 00 



B 18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Criminal Justice Accounts — Continued 

Magistrates — Continued 

Stenographic Reporters: 

Bentley, A. M Oakville 12 months 

Lawson, S Brampton " 

(half salary) 11 " 



Peterson, M Kenora 



1,050 00 

1,050 00 

412 50 



Travelling Expenses and Contingencies ($27,007.99) 

Sundry Magistrates, clerical assistance, 1,956.90; travelling expenses, 20,946.67; 
stationery and printing, 2,815.25; rent, 1,162.50; office expenses, 126.67 

Criminal Justice Accounts $970,661 78 



27,007 99 



PUBLIC TRUSTEE'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($53,951.24) 

Permanent 

Middleton, A. N Public Trustee 12 months 6,000 00 

Adams, G. F Assistant Trust Officer, Group 2 " 1,900 00 

Barlow, G. E Filing Clerk, Group 1 u 900 00 

Brimstin, A. I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Butler, M. G Clerk, Group 1 u 1,300 00 

Carr, M. H Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

Clark, H. S Assistant Trust Officer, Group 2 " 1,800 00 

Cook, S Clerk, Group 3 " 825 00 

Dawson, E. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 u 1,125 00 

Draper, I. N Investigator of Estates, Group 2 " 2,200 00 

Gelinas, E. A Clerk, Group 2 " 1,125 00 

Hargott, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Hindle, C. G Clerk, Group 1 " 1,600 00 

Jones, H. S Trust Officer " 3,750 00 

Jordan, J. S Senior Clerk " 1,900 00 

Koznets, D Clerk, Group 2 u 1,050 00 

Lundy, J. S " " 3 " 900 00 

Maginnis, P Investigator of Estates, Group 1 " 2,000 00 

Mainer, R. G Accountant, Group 1 " 3,450 00 

Marshment, P. L Clerk, Group 2 " 1,050 00 

McCrea, R Investigator of Estates, Group 2 " 1,600 00 

McHugh, G. P Assistant Trust Officer, Group 2 7 " 1,050 00 

Parisani, D Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 825 00 

Puley, P. M Principal Clerk 2,400 00 

Simpson, E Filing Clerk, Group 1 975 00 

Thomas, J. R Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 900 00 

Thurgarland, M. E Senior Clerk Stenographer 1,500 00 

Walker, C Assistant Trust Officer, Group 2 8 " 1,066 67 

Weaver, E. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 900 00 

Williams, B. G Investigator of Estates, Group 1 " 1,900 00 

Williamson, M. R Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Winkler, S Assistant Trust Officer, Group 2 2 " 300 00 

Wixon, H Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,500 00 

Temporary 

Cowan, G. A. R Student-at-Law 12 months 782 50 

Shonteff, H. G Office Boy 1 " 43 75 

Walker, C Assistant Trust Officer, Group 2 4 " 533 32 

Winkler, S " " " " 2 3 " 450 00 



Auditor's Fees ($3,000.00) 

Robertson, Robinson, McCannell & Dick 



3,000 00 



Maintenance ($10,878.79) 

Travelling Expenses: 

H. S. Clark, 37.25; S. Cook, 9.45; I. N. Draper, 1,650.93; H. S. Jones, 56.50; 
P. Maginnis, 325.10; R. McCrea, 2.22; C. Walker, 19.87; B. G.Williams, 1,998.75. 



4,100 07 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B 19 

Public Trustee's Office — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Miscellaneous: 

Dominion Bank, rent of safety deposit boxes, etc., 250.00; Fidelity Insurance 
Company of Canada, 180.00; King's Printer, 3,206.54; Todd Sales Co., 149.50; 

Car tickets, 90.80; postage, 1,504.84; telegrams, 37.37; telephone, 1,133.14; 

accounts under $100, 226.53 6,778 72 

Total Expenditure, Public Trustee's Office $67,830 03 

Less: Refunded by the Public Trustee 67,830 03 

OFFICIAL GUARDIAN'S OFFICE 
Salaries ($30,643.03) 

Permanent 

Wilson, P. D Official Guardian 12 months 7,000 00 

Baird, J. M Assistant Official Guardian " 4,500 00 

Fredericks, R. F Clerk, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Gordon, E. G " " 1 " 1,600 00 

Henry, E. M Assistant Solicitor, Group 2 " 1,500 00 

Janson, E Clerk Typist, Group 2 " 900 00 

Jefferies, J. E Head Clerk, Group 1 u 2,850 00 

Matthews, F. M Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

McGie, J. R Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,125 00 

Munshaw, E « " " 2 " 975 00 

Osborne, J. B Head Clerk, Group 2 " 2,700 00 

Windsor, H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 6 " 375 00 

Wood, J. E Clerk, Group 3 12 ■ 825 00 

Temporary 

Cameron, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 2 5/6 months 194 79 

Dawson, J. W. G Office Boy 12 " 540 00 

Spence, B. B Head Clerk " 1,200 00 

Windsor, H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 6 * 324 96 

Young, M Counsel 8 " 1,333 28 

Auditor's Fees ($500.00) 

O. Hudson & Co 500 00 

Maintenance ($2,899.70) 

Fidelity Insurance Company of Canada, 148.75; King's Printer, 960.54; Official 

Guardian, petty cash accountable, 100.00; Express, 3.15; law stamps, 

332.15; postage, 650.80; telegrams, 23.95; telephone, 642.01, accounts under 

$100, 38.35 2,899 70 

Total Expenditure, Official Guardian's Office $34,042 73 

Less: Refunded by Official Guardian 34,042 73 



ACCOUNTANT'S OFFICE— SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 
Salaries ($14,398.34) 

Permanent 



Yorath, T Accountant 

Boyd, P. E Clerk 

Cameron, J. B Principal Clerk 

Dalton, W. H Clerk Messenger, Group 2 

Goodall, A. C Audit Clerk 

Holden, J. G Clerk, Group 1 



Temporary 

Martin, V. I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 1 month 

Millbank, A « " " 1 



2 months 


5,000 00 


a 


3,750 00 


a 


2,300 00 


a 


900 00 


u 


1,000 00 


u 


1,200 00 


1 month 


75 00 


2 months 


173 34 



B 20 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Accountant's Office — Supreme Court of Ontario — Continued 

Auditor's Fees ($2,000.00) 

O. Hudson & Co 2,000 00 

Maintenance ($7,523.75) 

Canadian Bank of Commerce, 1,105.89; G. Hargraft & Co., 225.00; King's Printer, 
581.16; K. M. Pringle, 200.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 526.00; 

Toronto General Trusts Corporation, 4,395.00; Excise stamps, 237.00; 

postage, 136.14, newspapers and periodicals, 3.00; telephone, 1.96; accounts 

under $100, 1 12.60 7,523 75 

Total Expenditure, Accountant's Office, Supreme Court. . . $23,922 09 
Less: Refunded by Accountant, Supreme Court 23,922 09 



FIRE MARSHAL'S OFFICE 
Salaries ($39,675.00) 

Permanent 

Scott, W. J Fire Marshal 

Bishop, L. J Investigator 

Caskey, C. W Investigator and Inspector 

Craig, D. H " ■ • 

Desjardins, E Investigator 

Harding, P. S. D Investigator and Inspector 

Herman, B Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Jordon, E. D Investigator 

McArthur, V Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

McDonald, F Clerk, Group 1 

Ritchie, J. E Fire Prevention Engineer 

Rose, D. W Inspector 11 

Saville, D. H Investigator 12 

Shelley, A Clerk, Group 3 

Smith, I " " 1 

Sperapani, F. J Shorthand Reporter 

Stasior, M Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Stringer, W. H Deputy Fire Marshal 

Teasdall, E Senior Clerk 

Welbourne, R Senior Clerk Stenographer 



Temporary 



Rose, D. W Inspector. 



2 months 


5,000 00 


u 


2,100 00 


a 


2,000 00 


It 


1,900 00 


a 


1,900 00 


a 


1,900 00 


u 


975 00 


u 


2,100 00 


u 


825 00 


u 


1,300 00 


« 


3,300 00 


1 ■ 


1,650 00 


2 " 


2,100 00 


a 


975 00 


It 


1,600 00 


« 


1,600 00 


a 


1,200 00 


a 


3,800 00 


It 


1,700 00 


u 


1,600 00 


1 month 


150 00 



Travelling Expenses ($13,977.20) 

J. Bishop, 1,187.06; C. W. Caskey, 1,446.49; Commissioner of Police for Ontario, 
131.19; D. H. Craig, 1,776.99; E. Desjardins, 1,478.17; P. S. D. Harding, 1,784.22; 
A. Hope, 8.35; E. D. Jordon, 1,210.82; W. R. McConnell, 361.50; J. E. Ritchie, 
428.97; D. W. Rose, 504.77; D. H. Saville, 852.97; W. J. Scott, 1,345.31; A. 
Shelley, 4.05; W. J. Smelt, 1.60; F. J. Sperapani, 199.85; M. Stasior, 25.85; W. H. 
Stringer, 599.04; L. W. Trinnell, 280.00; Department of Highways, repairs 
and maintenance of cars, 350.00 



13,977 20 



Maintenance ($12,451.40) 

Association of Fire Marshals, 156.00; L. J. Bishop, 109.25; Department of Public 
Works, office rent, 3,000.00; Dominion Fire Chiefs' Association, 305.00; East- 
man Photographic Stores, Ltd., 423.77; King's Printer, 3,379.05; G. F. Lewis, 
200.00; C. McKay, 130.50; Millard, Smith, Rouse & McCormick, 357.25; 
Provincial Federation of Ontario Fire Fighters, 102.00; Provincial Firemen's 
Association, 147.00; L. J. Rogers, 110.00; J. S. G. Shotwell, 130.00; W. H. 
Stevens, services, 299.99; expenses, 455.33; Sundry Fire Chiefs, 261.00; Sun- 
dry Persons, services re fires, 112.55; Sundry Persons, witness fees, etc., 454.71; — 
— Cartage, express and freight, 27.32; newspapers and periodicals, 61.51; postage, 
376.25; telegrams, 102.66; telephone, 841.59; accounts under $100, 908.67.... 



12,451 40 



Office of Fire Marshal $66,103 60 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL 



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INSPECTOR OF LEGAL OFFICES 

Inspector's Office 

Salaries ($23,412.50) 

Permanent 

Denison, W. W Inspector 12 months 

Bailey, R. B Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Buckley, R. C Special Investigator 

Cameron, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3 " 



Campbell, W. 
Cohen, M . . . . 
Dignam, J. H 

Irish, M 

Kearnev, M . 



K. C Audit Accountant 3% " 

Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 

Head Audit Clerk 6 " 

Senior Clerk 12 " 

Secretarial Stenographer 

Locke, H. A Senior Assistant Inspector 7 " 

Moore, H. C Assistant Inspector ^ " 

Poison, H. R " " 12 " 

Tracy, M. E Senior Clerk Stenographer 5 " 

Zimmerman, M. C Head Audit Clerk 2 " 

Temporary 

Archer, A. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 4 months 

Moore, H. C Assistant Inspector 6 " 



5,000 00 


1,050 00 


3,500 00 


225 00 


1,050 00 


900 00 


1,200 00 


1,800 00 


1,500 00 


1,837 50 


109 68 


2,700 00 


625 00 


450 00 


275 00 


1,190 32 



Fidelity Bonds ($1,572.22) 

Canadian General Insurance Co., 791.35; Fidelity Insurance Company of Canada, 
780.87 



1,572 22 



Travelling Expenses ($4,999.72) 

R. C. Buckley, 1,025.46; W. K. C. Campbell, 330.39; W. W. Denison, 696.91; 
J. H. Dignam, 646.45; M. M. Hood, 285.88; H. A. Locke, 181.07; H. C. Moore, 
472.70; A. W. Nicol, 6.61; Ontario Provincial Police Garage, 277.34; H. R. 
Poison, 871.84; Toronto General Insurance Co., 26.77; M. C. Zimmerman, 
1 78.30 4,999 72 

Maintenance ($2,026.69) 

King's Printer, 1,786.61; Express, 12.40; newspapers and periodicals, 9.00; 

telegrams, 67.83; telephone, 80.20; accounts under $100, 70.65 2,026 69 

Office Equipment, Forms, Stationery, Printing and General Maintenance 
for Judicial Officers in Districts ($3,187.55) 

King's Printer, 3,300.73; Cartage and express, 15.09; postage, 30.00; accounts 

under $100, 221.48 3,567 30 

Less Refunds: Sundry County Sheriffs, books supplied 379 75 



3,187 55 



OFFICE OF LOCAL MASTERS OF TITLES 

Salaries ($43,157.52) 
Algoma: 

Permanent: 

DeCourcy, E. L Local Master of Titles and Registrar of 

Deeds 12 months 

Paterson, M Deputy Local Master of Titles " 

Royle, M Clerk, Group 3 

Towers, N Deputy Registrar of Deeds " 

Cochrane: 

Permanent: 

Clermont, J. A Local Master of Titles and Registrar of 

Deeds 12 months 

Caswell, A Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 

Dean, M " " " 2 7}4 " 

Fasano, E u " " 2 12 " u 

LeBarron, N Deputy Local Master of Titles " 

Wilson, C. A Clerk, Group 3 



2,500 00 

1,125 00 

675 00 

900 00 



4,700 00 

1,050 00 

517 92 

825 00 

1,200 00 

825 00 



B 22 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No 1 



Office of Local Masters of Titles — Continued 



Salaries — Continued 



Fort William and Port Arthur: 



Permanent: 

Wilson, I Local Master of Titles and Registrar of 

Deeds 12 months 

McClure, J Local Master of Titles, Fort William 3 

Black, C Clerk, Port Arthur 12 " 

Black, K Deputy Local Master, Port Arthur " 

Gray, K Clerk Typist, Group 2, Fort William u 

McLennan, J. W Clerk, Group 3, Port Arthur u 

Muldoon, J Clerk, Fort William 



Temporary: 

Quinte, E. M . 
Sutherland, M 



Clerk Typist. Group 2, Fort William 5 

u u u 2 u " 



2,100 00 


587 10 


750 00 


1,140 00 


750 00 


750 00 


750 00 


312 50 


312 50 



Kenora : 

Permanent: 

Cunningham, E. A.... Local Master of Titles and Registrar of 

of Deeds 12 months 

Ronnebeck, A Deputy Local Master of Titles and Deputy 

Registrar of Deeds u 

Nipissing: 

Permanent: 

Brady, G. R Local Master of Titles and Registrar of 

Deeds 12 months 

Robertson, E Clerk, Group 1 

Stewart, M Clerk Typist, Group 2 

Tackney, M Clerk, Group 3 

Sudbury: 

Permanent: 

St. Pierre, B Local Master of Titles 

Fournier, A Deputy Local Master of Titles 

Leduc, E Clerk, Group 3 



12 months 



Temiskaming: 
Permanent: 

Ferguson, L. H Local Master of Titles 12 months 

Beaton, A Clerk, Group 3 

Caldwell, H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 11 u 

McKay, L. G Clerk, Group 1 12 " 



2,200 00 
825 00 



3,200 00 

1,300 00 

900 00 

975 00 



2,750 00 
975 00 
900 00 



4,400 00 
975 00 
687 50 

1,300 00 



Expenses ($1,248.64) 
Express, 37.97; postage, 891.29; telephone, 155.08; accounts under $100, 164.30. 



1,248 64 



Forms, Copying and Contingencies ($3,638.58) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., 110.75; King's Printer, 2,406.12; Office Specialty Manufac- 
turing Co., Ltd., 862.00; Express, 1.66; postage, 1.92; accounts under $100, 



256.13 



3,638 58 



Registration of Patents under R.S.O. 1937. Chap. 174, 
Sec. 160 ($129.00) 



C. E. Lount, 78.00; J. H. Tully, 51.00. 



129 00 



Supplementing Incomes of Sheriffs and Local Registrars ($2,258.10) 

A. E. Bowerman, 81.63; E. C. Drury, 315.89; J. L. Haycock, 280.31; J. C. Payne, 
880.00; C. S. Salmon, 16.65 ; T. K. Slack, 51.30 ; W. I. Wagg, 542.30; W. L. 
Warrell, 90.02 



2,258 10 



Inspector of Legal Offices $85,630 52 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL 



B 23 



LAW ENFORCEMENT BRANCH 

Payments made pursuant to The Constables' Act, R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 140, Sec. 34 

ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE 

Salaries ($770,209.55) 

Permanent 

Arendale, H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Bell, A. M a " " 1 

Bowie, I Clerk Typist, Group 2 

Boyd, A. B Acting Chief Inspector, C.I.B 

Boyd, W. H Inspector of Automobiles 

Chew, D. B Clerk, Group 3 

Chowen, J. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Dobson, W. G Principal Clerk 

Doyle, E. T Staff Inspector 

Edwards, O Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Elliott, F. E Chief Inspector, L.C.A.I.B 

Evans, G. H Clerk Typist, Group 2 

Gurnett, E. C Inspector, C.I.B 

Hammond, E. D. L " " 

Handforth, M. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Jackson, E. H Clerk, Group 1 

Kernick, G. T .Senior Clerk 

Killing, W. C Senior Staff Inspector 

Langer, F Clerk Typist, Group 2 

Lougheed, W. H Inspector, C.I.B 

MacKay, G u " 

McCarthy, C. P Clerk, Group 3 

Miller, J Senior Inspector, C.I.B 

Monkman, J. J Accountant, Group 2 

Moore, C. F Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Moss, A Staff Inspector 

Pheips, N Secretarial Stenographer 

Pidgeon, B. I Clerk, Group 1 

Sangster, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 1 

Stewart, R. J Office Boy 

Swan, A Clerk, Group 2 

Walton-Ball, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Ward, A. H Inspector, C.I.B 

Wright, E Filing Clerk, Group 2 

District Inspectors: 

C. F. Airey, 2,700.00; T. W. Cousans, 2,400.00; R. Cox, 1,063.43; F. B. Creasy, 
2,400.00; F. Gardner, 2,400.00; W. G. Ingram, 2,700.00; C. A. Jordon, 2,700.00; 
A. R. Knight, 2,300.00; W. T. Moore, 2,700.00; S. Oliver, 2,400.00; A. H. Palmer, 
2,700.00; J. H. Putman, 1,350.00; P. Walter, 2,550.00 30,363 43 



12 months 


825 00 


7 


a 


612 50 


12 


u 


900 00 




a 


3,333 33 




u 


2,100 00 




u 


900 00 


3 


" 


206 25 


12 


it 


2,100 00 




It 


2,700 00 
1,050 00 




it 


3,300 00 


2 


a 


162 50 


12 


a 


3,000 00 




u 


3,000 00 




a 


1,050 00 




It 


1,500 00 




It 


2,000 00 




It 


3,300 00 




a 


825 00 




It 


2,850 00 




It 


2,400 00 




it 


750 00 


% 


« 


244 44 


12 


It 


3,000 00 




H 


1,200 00 




it 


3,000 00 




« 


1,300 00 


5V? 


u 


687 50 


5/6 


u 


175 32 


12 


« 


525 00 




It 


1,050 00 


3 2/5 


u 


235 08 


12 


It 


3,000 00 




u 


900 00 



Sergeants: 

F. Buchanan, 2,000.00; S. H. Bush, 2,100.00; R. Cox, 1,129.03; A. Craik, 2,000.00; 
R. G. Elliott, 2,100.00; P. T. Hake, 2,100.00; E. Hand, 2,100.00; R. P. Labelle, 
2,100.00; W. C. Oliver, 2,100.00; W. A. Page, 2,100.00; V. T. Reed, 2,100.00; 
W. A. Scott, 2,100.00; H. Storey, 2,100.00; H. E. Thompson, 2,100.00; T. 
Wilkinson, 924.75 29,153 78 



Constables: 

D. Adair, 1,600.00; G. W. Adams, 640.00; H. V. Allsopp, 1,900.00; A. E. Avers, 
1,600.00; F. W. Barrett, 1,900.00; J. Bartlett, 1,900.00; W. A. Bayes, 1,900.00; 
W. H. Beaton, 242.85; R. G. Beatty, 1,900.00; J. ]. Beaudoin, 1,600.00; S. 
Berard, 1,900.00; J. Berry, 1,645.50; H. C. Black, 1,600.00; A. L. Bonnvcastle, 
1,800.00; H. Braney, 1,700.00; F. R. Bromfield, 1,900.00; J. R. Brown, 1,900.00; 
M. A. Bruce, 1,266.67; H. Butler, 1,900.00; W. R. Bvrne, 1,890.00; E. S. Callag- 
han, 848.89; D. G. Campbell, 1,900.00; G. B. Carmichael, 1,900.00; W. J. Car- 
michael, 1.600.00; L. C. Carr, 1,900.00; D. M. Carruthers, 1,600.00; R. E. 
Carter, 1,900.00; W. R. Caverly, 1,900.00; N. Chartrand, 1,586.67; F. Christie, 
1,600.00; J. Clark, 1,900.00; W. H. Clark, 1,900.00; G. V. Clubbe, 1,900.00; 
V. P. Coffey, 1,600.00; S. H. Cooke, 1,900.00; G. E. Cookman, 1,900.00; T. G. 
Corsie, 1,900.00; M. W. Craigie, 1,266.67; T. S. Crawford, 1,900.00; J. D. Crosson, 



B 24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Law Enforcement — Continued 



Salaries — Continued 



Constables — Continued 



1,586.67; R. Crozier, 1,900.00; J. G. Curtis, 1,700.00; A. A. De Haitre, 1,900.00; 
H. H. Dent ; 1,800.00; F. R. Dobson, 1,800.00; J. M. Douglas, 1,800.00; J. J. 
Doyle, 1,600.00: J. B. Driscoll, 68.82; VV. D. Duncan, 1,900.00; W. M. Durn- 
ford, 1,900.00; A. V. Dymond, 1,700.00; A. Eadv, 1,800.00; W. B. Elliott, 1,900.00 
W. A. Embleton, 42.22; A. S. Ericksen, 1,900.00; M. W. Ericksen, 1,900.00 
E. D. Erickson, 1,235.56; L. S. Evans, 1,741.63; B. Farrell, 1,600.00; C. W 
Farrow, 1,900.00; H. O. Finger, 1,900.00; N. C. Fisher, 1,600.00; F. Fox, 1,800.00 
W. J. Franks, 1,900.00; J. H. Fulton, 1,493.33; H. S. Gall, 1,800.00; H. Gibson 
1,900.00; W. A. Gibson, 1,262.22; W. Gilling, 1,600.00; W. Glennie, 1,600.00 
A. F. Grant, 1,900.00; W. F. Gray, 1,900.00; D. Green, 1,700.00; T. W. Griffin 
1,600.00; J. Hackl, 1,600.00; D. Hamilton, 1,900.00; H. T. Hammer, 1,900.00 
M. W. Hancock, 1,600.00; L. S. Hardwick, 1,900.00; E. L. Harris, 1,900.00 
E. F. Hartleib, 1,900.00; R. H. Hawkshaw, 1,900.00; C. G. Hayes, 1,900.00 
L. A. Heaney, 1,700.00; J. Higgins, 1,900.00; T. W. Higgins, 1,900.00; E. A 
Hoath, 1,900.00; W. H. Hocken, 1,800.00; T. A. Houldcroft, 1,900.00; G. Hughes 
1,600.00; L. E. James, 316.66; F. R. Jarvis, 1,800.00; H. S. Johns, 1,800.00 
J. E. Johnson, 1,800.00; R. E. Johnson, 1,600.00; J. E. Johnston, 1,600.00 
W. J. Johnston, 1,900.00; H. E. Jones, 1,600.00; D. J. Jordan, 1,600.00; L 
T. Keeler, 1,800.0C; F. L. Keith, 1,600.00; F. C. Kelly, 1,900.00; J. F. Kelly 
1,800.00; T. J. Kennedy, 1,628.57; W. H. Kennedy, 1,800.00; R. Labrosse 
1,600.00; H. C. N. Langton, 1,900.00; I. E. Lelleva. 1,700.00; J. F. MacLean 
1,600.00; A. MacLeod, 1,900.00; A. R. MacLeod, 1,900.00; E. J. MacMillan 
1,900.00; G. J. Maguire, 1,900.00; W. A. Markle, 1,900.00; J. H. Marsland 
1,900.00; A. M. Mason, 1,493.33; J. S. McBain, 1,900.00; W. J. McBride 
1,900.00; W. H. McBrien, 1,900.00; W. McCallum, 1,600.00; S. V. McClelland 
1,108.31; O. McClevis, 1,900.00; A. McColl, 1,600.00; P. E. McCov, 1,900.00 
H. I. McDonald, 1,600.00; A. McDougall, 1,900.00; J. McGetrick, 1,900.00 
K. L. McLay, 1,600.00; W. McNab, 1,900.00; E. V. McNeill, 1,900.00; J. A 
McQueen, 1,800.00; .A L. Mennie, 1,900.00; A. Miller, 1,248.89; B. Milligan 
1,900.00; T. W. Mitchell, 1,900.00; H. J. Morel, 1,600.00; D. P. Morris, 1,900.00 
A. H. Morrison, 68.82; B. Mulholland, 1,900.00; G. E. Nault, 1,600.00; J. L 
M. Needham, 1,600.00; L. Neil, 853.33; J. Nelson, 1,900.00; E. A. Niles, 1,600.00 
L. E. Nix, 1,600.00; J. Nixon, 1,026.59; H. Noakes, 750.00; H. Noble, 1,900.00 
W. Noyes, 1,600.00; T. W. Oldiield, 1,900.00; A. J. Oliver, 1,900.00; T. H 
Owens, 1,900.00; S. W. Palmateer, 1,600.00; W. A. Parfitt, 1,600.00; K. A 
Patterson, 1,900.00; R. S. Patterson, 1,900.00; T. E. Pearson, 1,900.00; H 
H. Peel, 1,900.00; R. E. Penner, 1,800.00; A. R. Peters, 1,900.00; W. N. Peters 
1,900.00; J. Pike, 1,900.00; R. G. Pike, 1,600.00; P. J. Poland, 1,900.00; D 
H. Porter, 1,900.00; J. W. F. Pretorius, 1,424.97; E. L. Priest, 1,900.00; T 
L. Ptolemy, 1,600.00; H. Ramsbottom, 1,900.00; J. W. Reavley, 1,900.00 
R. Reynolds, 1,900.00; H. J. Richards, 1,600.00; E. M. Richardson, 1,248.89 
T. Riding, 1,900.00; I. Robbie, 1,900.00; W. A. T. Robinson, 1,900.00; H. G 
Rogers, 1,600.00; J. A. C. Rogers, 68.82; J. F. Rose, 1,900.00; J. A. Rowe 
1,900.00; S. L. Rutherford, 1,493.33; H. D. Sarvis, 1,600.00; M. J. Scanlan 
516.13; V. L. Scherer, 1,600.00; F. Scott, 1,900.00; P. P. Seibert, 1,900.00 
A. M. Shaughnessy, 1,900.00; J. B. Sheff, 1,900.00; E. A. Shepard, 633.32 
L. L. Shipley, 1,900.00; D. Silvester, 1,900.00; F. Simpson, 1,900.00; C. N 

C. Smaill, 1,900.00; W. E. Smith, 1,900.00; J. E. Soubliere, 1,600.00; A. H 
Souliere, 1,600.00; A. A. Stark, 1,600.00; A. W. Stewart, 1,900.00; H. E. Strick 
land, 1,600.00; J. A. Stringer, 1,900.00; R. O. Stromberg, 1,900.00; J. D. Suther 
land, 1,800.00; R. J. Taggart, 1,900.00; J. G. Tappenden, 1,600.00; C. Taylor 
1,900.00; G. E. Taylor, 1,900.00; L. R. Tavlor, 1,474.59; F. C. Thurston, 1,900.00 
W. G. Tomlinson, 1,900.00; L. A. Tregenza, 1,900.00; T. H. Trimble, 640.00 
J. T. B. Truaisch, 1,600.00; R. N. VanNorman, 1,600.00; L. G. A. Walker 
1,800.00; R. H. Wannell, 1,800.00; T. H. Warren, 1,600.00; G. E. White, 1,700.00 

D. V. Whiteley, 1,271.11; A. F. Whiteside, 1,900.00; R. J. Whiting, 1,900.00 
T. Wilkinson, 1,021.48; A. S. Wilson, 1,900.00; D. E. Wilson, 791.65; C. W 
Wood, 1,900.00; G. G. Woodward, 1,800.00; J. E. Worrall, 1,493.33; M. J 
Wright, 1,600.00; T. R. Wright, 1,900.00; S. Young, 1,108.31; G. Yuile, 1,600.00 



386,198 13 



Chauffeurs and Mechanics: 

M S. Amey, 1,600.00; C. R. Armstrong, 1,400.00; D. M. Bond, 1,800.00; J. 
E. Cantwell, 1,600.00; A. E. Cook, 1,400.00; A. K. Cumming, 1,500.00; C. E 
Dearborn, 1,600.00; E. Hales, 1,600.00; W. C. Jones, 1,066.64; W. J. D. Kennedy, 
1 600.00; J. H. Lindop, 1,500.00; H. B. Lindsay, 1,500.00; L. Lonsdale, 1,600.00; 
G. Segar, 1,600.00; C. Sharp, 1,600.00; J. M. Thomas, 1,600.00 24,566 64 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL 



B25 



Law Enforcement — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 
District Headquarters — Clerk Stenographers: 

M. M. Cushing, 750.00; M. Denonville, 36.67; M. Faught, 550.00; M. Gray, 
975.00; A. Jones, 975.00; I. D. Keehn, 900.00; M. Maker, 825.00; M. I. Mc- 
Culloch, 975.00; E. McTavish, 825.00; M. E. Miller, 900.00; M. Petrullo, 750.00; 
M. Pollock, 81.25; W. R. Sherman, 650.83 



9,193 75 



Motor Cycle Patrol — inspectors and Constables: 

Inspectors— J. A. Grant, 2,700.00; S. Hunter, 2,300.00; F. G. Jerome, 2,300.00 
T. G. P. Lucas, 2,300.00; Constables— J. J. Allan, 1,600.00; C. N. Anderson 
1,700.00; A. S. Andrews, 1,700.00; F. L. Barker, 1,700.00; R. E. Bass, 1,600.00 
S. G. Batt, 1,600.00; D. F. Bell, 1,900.00; J. D. Bennett, 1,700.00; J. S. Bennett 
1,700.00; J. F. Blenkin, 1,262.22; F. R. T. Blucher, 1,900.00; A. E. Bond, 1,900.00 
G. E. Broughton, 1,600.00; D. H. Brown, 1,900.00; O. H. Brown, 1,600.00 
G. E. Buck, 1,900.00; R. B. Butcher, 1,586.67; L. B. Byles, 1,900.00; H. A 
Caldwell, 1,600.00; J. W. Callander, 1,900.00; J. W. Carpenter, 1,700.00; G 
A. Chisholm, 1,700.00; R. J. Clark, 1,800.00; D. G. Coles, 1,586.67; W. H. 
Coles, 1,900.00; J. S. Culp, 1,900.00; D. H. Darby, 1,900.00; A. J. Davies 
1,900.00; C. F. Dean, 1,600.00; V. H. Detenbeck, 1,900.00; P. Dowsley, 1,900.00 
R. S. Dukes, 1,900.00; S. Ervine, 1,900.00; A. J. Ferguson, 1,900.00; A. O 
Ferguson, 1,700.00; C. F. Finch, 120.00; R. G. France, 1,600.00; N. R. Gardner 
1,900.00; W. T. Gilbert, 1,586.67; H. Gilchrist, 1,586.67; P. J. Grant, 1,700.00 
F. W. Haight, 1,700.00; G. Hallick, 1,900.00; T. W. Harding, 1,586.67; P. E 
Harkness, 1,662.50; J. W. Harris, 1,600.00; J. H. Hatch, 1,586.67 ; C. Hefferon 
1,700.00; W. E. Herman, 1,600.00; S. A. Hilliard, 1,900.00; J. M. Hinchcliffe 
1,900.00; M. R. Hodgson, 1,800.00; E. G. Hope, 1,600.00; H. W. Howell, 1,900.00 
T. L. G. Howell, 1,900.00; D. Huffman, 1,9C0.00; C. Hunter, 1,900.00; H. E 
Hunter, 1,600.00; F. A. Inch, 1, 586.07; H. F. Jackman, 1,900.00; A. Jackson 
1,820.84; E. L. Jess, 1,900.00; H. Jillings, 1,900.00; C. Johns, 1,900.00; J. Kav 
1,900.00; W. A. Kennedy, 1,600.00; F. W. Kirk, 1,900.00; A. E. Kirkby, 1,586.67 
A. Lawrence, 1,800.00; H. F. Lemon, 1.900.00; J. Lewis, 1,800.00; T. E. Logan 
1,900.00; L. M. MacGillivrav, 1,600.00; W. Marsland, 1,600.00; A. E. Martin 
1,900.00; R. Mason, 1,600.00; L. A. McClure, 1,900.00; H. R. McKellar, 1,700.00 
W. A. Melbourne, 1,900.00; E. C. Mitchener, 1,900.00; B. C. Moore, 1,900.00 
J. A. Morden, 1,700.00; N. F. Morris, 1,900.00; J. M. Munro, 1,600.00; J. J 
Palmer, 1,900.00; C. E. Parmenter, 1,900.00; E. G. Purves, 1,900.00; L. O 
Rawlins, 234.94; R. E. Raymer, 1,800.00; A. E. Reilly, 1,900.00; E. Renaud 
1,600.00; G. L. Robertson, 1,700.00; W. F. Robinson, 1,800.00; D. H. Rogers 
1,900.00; E. Rose, 1,800.00; J. W. Rowcliffe, 1,900.00; A. F. Runciman, 1,800.00 
A. G. Rupp, 1,600.00; J. B. Scott, 1,586.67; A. R. Smith, 1,900.00; J. K. Smith 
1,600.00; I. R. Spencer, 1,900.00; H. W. Swain, 1,900.00; R. L. Taylor, 1,600.00 
W. F. S. Thompson, 1,900.00; L. E. Throop, 1,800.00; G. R. Waud, 1,900.00 
E. A. Webb, 1,586.67; L. E. West, 1,586.67; J. L. Whitty, 1,900.00; D. W 
Wilson, 1,900.00; A. Witts, 1,900.00; W. Wood, 1,800.00— 

Total Motor Cycle Patrol 206,353 87 

Less: Costs recovered 3,949 91 



Temporary 

Williams, V. A. S Commissioner 12 months 

Smith, D. J Clerk Typist, Group 2 2Y 2 « 

Walton-Ball, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3 " 



202,403 96 



4,189 48 
155 24 
204 92 



Chauffeur: 

A. E. C. Walton-Ball 



400 97 



District Headquarters — Clerk Stenographers: 

M. Faught, 206.25; W. R. Sherman, 174.17 380 42 

Reserve Force, Sundry Persons 28,816 91 



B 26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Law Enforcement — Continued 

Travelling Expenses $133,071.84 

Maintenance 114,773.81 



$247,845.65 



District Disbursements: 

District No. 1 — Headquarters, Windsor — Comprising the City of 
Windsor, and the remainder of the County of Essex: 

Travelling Expenses 5,123 18 

Less costs recovered 4,053 40 

1,069 78 
Maintenance 1 ,704 55 



District No. 2 — Headquarters, London — Comprising the Counties of 
Kent, Lambton, Middlesex, Elgin, Oxford, and the Town of 
Tilbury: 

Travelling Expenses 9,750 64 

Less costs recovered 6,133 12 



3,617 52 
Maintenance 2,288 34 



District No. 3 — Headquarters, Hamilton— Comprising the City of 
Hamilton, the remainder of the County of Wentworth and the 
Counties of Halton, Brant and Norfolk: 

Travelling Expenses 6,199 13 

Less costs recovered 4,340 37 

1,858 76 
Maintenance 2,050 23 



District No. 4 — Headquarters, Niagara Falls — Comprising the 
Counties of Haldimand, Lincoln and Welland: 

Travelling Expenses 5,786 72 

Less costs recovered 4,361 86 

1,424 86 

Maintenance 2,141 03 



District No. 5— Headquarters, Toronto — Comprising the City of 
Toronto, the remainder of the County of York, and the Counties 
of Peel and Ontario: 

Travelling Expenses 4,388 79 

Less costs recovered 3,317 41 



1,071 38 
Maintenance 267 27 



District No. 6 — Headquarters, Kitchener — Comprising the Counties 
of Bruce, Perth, Grey, Wellington, Waterloo and Huron: 

Travelling Expenses 12,338 57 

Less costs recovered 11 ,807 02 

531 55 
Maintenance 1 ,949 1 3 



2,774 33 



5,905 86 



3,908 99 



3,565 89 



1,338 65 



2,480 68 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B_27 

Law Enforcement — Continued 
District Disbursements — Continued 

District No. 7 — Headquarters, Barrie — Comprising the Counties of 
Simcoe, Dufferin, and the Districts of Muskoka and Parry Sound: 

Travelling Expenses 13,557 44 

Less costs recovered 5,321 11 



8,236 33 
Maintenance 1,453 12 






9,689 45 



3,373 32 



District No. 8 — Headquarters, Belleville — Comprising the Counties 
of Victoria, Haliburton, Peterborough, Northumberland and 
Durham, Hastings, Lennox and Addington, Prince Edward and 
Frontenac: 

Travelling Expenses 1 5,03 1 24 

Less costs recovered 13,275 09 

1,756 15 
Maintenance 1,617 17 

District No. 9 — Headquarters, Perth — Comprising the Counties of 
Renfrew, Lanark, Carleton, Grenville, Russell, Prescott, Glen- 
garry, Leeds, Dundas and Stormont: 

Travelling Expenses 1 7,624 63 

Less costs recovered 13,470 21 

4,154 42 

Maintenance 2,118 76 

6,273 18 

District No. 10 — Headquarters, Haileybury — Comprising the Dis- 
tricts of Temiskaming, Cochrane and Nipissing, and the Northern 
Portion of the District of Algoma extending from an imaginary 
line running parallel to the Canadian National Railway and 
twenty miles south of it and to include the portion of the Canadian 
National Railway in the District of Thunder Bay up to and 
including Grant: 

Travelling Expenses 28,468 02 

Less costs recovered 3,683 24 

24,784 78 
Maintenance 3,892 78 

District No. 11— Headquarters, Sudbury— Comprising the Districts 
of Sudbury, Manitoulin Island and the Southern portion of the 
District of Algoma extending from an imaginary line running 
parallel to the Canadian National Railway and twenty miles 
south of it: 

Travelling Expenses 14,827 35 

Less costs recovered 3,564 15 

11,263 20 
Maintenance 1 ,234 23 

District No. 12 — Headquarters, Port Arthur — Comprising the 
Districts of Kenora, Rainy River, Thunder Bay and Patricia: 

Travelling Expenses 29,232 12 

Less costs recovered 6,557 40 

22,674 72 

Maintenance 2,385 96 

25,060 68 



28,677 56 



12,497 43 



B 28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Law Enforcement — Continued 

Motorcycle Patrol— Headquarters, Toronto: 

Travelling Expenses 35,121 10 

Less costs recovered 3,255 1 7 






31,865 93 

Maintenance 69 05 

Depreciation Allowance on motor cycles 25,079 17 

Less Refunds 518 67 

— 24,560 50 



56,495 48 



Miscellaneous Payments: 

Disbursements of Officers re Strike Duty and Special Duty — 

Cornwall, Windsor, Humberstone, Port Arthur and Timmins 3,489 97 

Travelling Expenses — Headquarters : 

V. A. S. Williams, 22.24; W. C. Killing, 19.66; Arthur Moss, 1.00; E. T. Doyle, 



652.19; F. E. Elliott, 21.05; W. H. Boyd, 50.80; G. T. Kernick, 16.10. 783 04 

Less costs recovered 1 5 00 



Criminal Investigation Branch: 

Travelling Expenses and Disbursements of Officers, C.I. B. 7,109 41 

Less costs recovered 2,348 05 

4,761 36 

Detective Services 365 58 



768 04 



5,126 94 



Training School — Headquarters: 

Travelling Expenses and Disbursements of Officers attending School of Instruction 1 ,898 83 

Insurance: 

Guardian Insurance Company of Canada: 

Fleet Insurance — Automobiles and Motorcycles 3,809 62 

London Life Insurance Company: 

Group Life Insurance — Main Force 6,977 51 

Zurich General Accident & Liability Insurance Co., Ltd.: 

Accident Insurance — Main Force and Motorcycle Patrol 2,464 62 

National Life Insurance Company: 

Group Life Insurance — Motorcycle Patrol 2,340 36 

Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co.: 

Accident Insurance — Motorcycle Patrol 2,220 00 

Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Limited: 

Accident Insurance — Main Force 200 30 



Less: Refunds: 

Accident Insurance 78 75 

Fleet Insurance 1,566 20 

Group Life 205 80 



18,012 41 



1,850 75 



16,161 66 



Automobile Supplies and Repairs: 

Acme Bearings and Parts, Ltd., 1,922.33; Boden & Bassingthwaite, 654.90; 
British American Oil Co., Ltd., 475.29; A. D. Gorrie & Co., Ltd., 101.17; Good- 
year Tire & Rubber Company of Canada, Ltd., 141.78; Gutta Percha & Rubber, 
Ltd., 586.58; Harpham Bros., 200.54; Hutchison Body, Fender & Radiator 
Works, 343.85; Imperial Oil Ltd., 315,01; Kennedy & Menton. 341.74; 



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Law Enforcement — Continued 
Automobile Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Jos. A. Lobraico, 590.18; National Automotive Parts, Ltd., 619.45; Ontario 
Battery, Tire & Electric, Ltd., 2,055.35; Queont Oil Products, Ltd., 149.22; 
The Santoline Co., 305.01; See & Duggan Motors, Ltd., 462.91; Thayers, Ltd., 

2,694.91 ; Wheel & Rim Company of Canada, Ltd., 159.35 ; Accounts 

under $100, 862.43 12,982 00 

Less Refunds 5,503 32 









Uniforms and Equipment: 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 204.36; Bowmanville Glove & Mitt Co., Ltd., 305.48; 
General Motors Products of Canada, Ltd., 16,648.38; Goderich Motors, Ltd., 
797.33; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 516.75; Kennedy & Menton, 1,434.90; King's Printer, 
1,524.87; Lambton Motors, Ltd., 459.75; H. Little, 800.00; Lufkin Rule Com- 
pany of Canada, Ltd., 234.42; Mill-Tex Tailors, Ltd., 216.00; Muir Cap & 
Regalia, Ltd., 442.75; Public Printing & Stationery Department (Ottawa) 
233.00; Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., 3,093.67; Sainthill-Levine & Co., Ltd., 6,159.40 
Scythes & Co., Ltd., 873.88; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., 174.00; Spittal Bros. 
Ltd., 432.00; Tip Top Tailors, Ltd., 3,492.70; Valentine & Martin, Ltd., 1,486.20 
Victoria Motors, Ltd., 414.00; Wellings Manufacturing of Toronto, Ltd., 387.00 

Accounts under $100, 606.23 40,937 07 

Less Refunds 12 00 



Office Disbursements, Supplies and Equipment: 

King's Printer, 6,923.90; St. John Ambulance Association, 156.00; Sundry 

Officers, Criminal Investigation Branch (clothing allowance), 450.00; Express, 

freight and cartage, 420.16; newspapers and periodicals, 99.30; tele- 
grams, 248.86; telephone, 1,468.31; accounts under $100, 252.61 10,019 14 

Less Refunds: Liquor Control Board, express accounts 64 18 

Law Enforcement $1,018,055 20 



7,478 68 



40,925 J)7 



9,954 96 



ONTARIO SECURITIES COMMISSION 
Salaries ($49,941.39) 

Permanent 

Whitehead, R. B Commissioner 12 months 8,000 00 

Brant, W. A Registrar " 4,000 00 

Anderson, CM Filing Clerk, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Anundson, E. H Investigator " 2,000 00 

Beer, G. F " " 2,200 00 

Bredin, W " 1 " 183 33 

Browne, E. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 " 1,300 00 

Browne, M Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,300 00 

Cameron, A. J Accountant, Group 4 " 1,600 00 

Cameron, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 4 " 300 00 

Campbell, W. K. C Audit Accountant 6]/ 2 " 1,950 00 

Clark, E. H Chief Audit Clerk 12 " 3,200 00 

Farwell, A Filing Clerk, Group 1 « 1,050 00 

Fleming, T. C Clerk Typist, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Hager, G Filing Clerk, Group 1 ■ 1,200 00 

Mahon, J. A Investigator " 2,200 00 

Marcotte, C Filing Clerk, Group 2 " 825 00 

McBain, A Clerk, Group 2 " 975 00 

McBride, J Investigator " 3,200 00 

Patchett, L Filing Clerk, Group 2 10% " 738 51 

Pavey, R. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 750 00 

Ruickbie, H Secretary " 2,000 00 

Snelgrove, H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Thompson, J « " « 1 « 975 00 

Thomson, S. M Investigator " 2,200 00 

Tough, L Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 1% " 120 56 

Verity, A Investigator 12 " 2,200 00 

Violet, E Filing Clerk, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Vogan, J Clerk Messenger, Group 2 " 900 00 



B 30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Archer, A. E. 
Patchett, L. . 



Ontario Securities Commission— Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Temporary 

. . . Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 2 months 

. . .Filing Clerk, Group 2 \\i " 



137 50 
86 49 



Services ($10,828.63) 

Services and Expenses: 

Benedickson & McLennan, 75.00; W. L. Breckell, 21.00; Birks-Ellis-Ryrie, 
20.00; L. J. Brossard, 27.90; W. H. Chisholm, 385.85; J. F. P. Birnie, 16.30; 
P. Boyce, 6.50; W. Bredin, 10.00; Commissioner of Police for Ontario, 23.04; 
Coo & Thompson, 427.40; W. Davies, 30 00; D. L. Ewing, 21.50; F. R. Fisher, 
198.72; J. C. Hamilton, 16.00; H. Hopkins, 41.63; R. A. Hunter, 12.80; N. B. 
Ingram, 19.75; A. E. Kingsbury, 7.50; G. P. Lynd, 1,550.21 ; E. A. Manning, 
1,112.88; E. K. McBrady, 8.08; W. McKee, 1,700.00; W. G. McMullen, 1,857.75; 
McRuer, Mason, Cameron & Brewin, 300.00; N. F. Newton, 424.00; L. Noonan, 
4.50; W. T. O'Regan, 396.92; C. C. Parsons, 15.83; J. B. Scarcliffe, 1.50; H. D. 
Scott, 8.90; M. Scott, 7.00; C. W. Sim, 16.06; C. K. Smith, 12.80; W. Stewart, 

7.00; E. A. Tilley, 48.00; L. E. Wetmore, 1,969.26; W. A. Wright, 24.60; 

Telegrams, 2.45 10,828 63 



Travelling Expenses ($2,777.11) 

E. H. Anundson, 1,145.19; W. A. Brant, 92.05; E. H. Clark, 85.75; J. A. Mahon, 
171.45; J. McBride, 35.10; S. M. Thomson, 411.06; Toronto Transportation 
Commission, 75.00; A. Verity, 369.89; J. Vogan, 2.94; R. B. Whitehead, 388.68 



2.777 11 



Maintenance ($4,810.03) 

Dictaphone Sales Corporation, Ltd., 102.50; King's Printer, 2,612.14; Remington 

Rand, Ltd., 1,093.56; Richmond Building of London, Ltd., 250.00; Express, 

2.70; newspapers and periodicals, 49.86; postage, 59.50; telegrams, 93.14; tele- 
phone, 437.93; accounts under $100, 108.70 4,810 03 

Ontario Securities Commission $68,357 16 

STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($8,000.00) 

Hon. G. D. Conant 12 months 8,000 00 



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Allowances to Supreme Court Judges under R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 101 ($20,657.86) 

Court of Appeal for Ontario 

S. Robertson, C.J.0 282 26 

W. Rowell, CJ.0 644 44 

R. Latchford, C.J.A 416 66 

G. Fisher 1,000 00 

G. Gillanders 913 97 

T. Henderson 1,000 00 

S. Macdonnell 83 33 

A. Masten 1,000 00 

P. McTague 1,000 00 

E. Middleton 1,000 00 

R. Riddell 1,000 00 

High Court of Ontario 

E. Rose, C.J., President 1,000 00 

R. E. Chevrier 1,000 00 

M. Godfrey 1,000 00 

W. Greene 1,000 00 

D. Hogg 1,000 00 

A. Hope 1,000 00 

Teffery 1,000 00 

G. Kelly.' 317 20 

K. MacKay 1,000 00 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL 



B 31 



Allowances to Supreme Court Judges— Continued 
High Court of Ontario — Continued 

Hon. J. C. Makins 1,000 00 

" G. F. McFarland 1,000 00 

* W. D. Roach 1,000 00 

" G. A. Urquhart 1,000 00 



Allowances to County and District Judges, R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 102, 
Sec. 9 ($70,091.87) 

His Honour Judge— Barton, 1,600.00; Boles, 1,000.00; Byers, 1,000.00; Caron, 
1,000.00; Clement, 1,000.00; Cochrane, 1,000.00; Coleman, 1,000.00; Con- 
stantineau, 1,000.00; Costello (Dundas), 1,000.00; Costello (Huron), 1,000.00; 
Coughlin, 1,000.00; Cowan, 1,000.00; Currey, 1,000.00; Daly, 1,000.00; Denton, 
1,600.00; Deroche, 1.000.00; Dowler (Kenora), 166.66 ; Dowler (Thunder 
Bay), 833.33; Field, 159.14; Hartman, 1,000.00; Hayward, 1,000.00; Holmes, 
1,000.00; Honeywell, 1,600.00; Ingram, 1,000.00; Jackson, 1,600.00; Kenny, 
166.66; Killoran, 1,000.00; Lavell, 666.64; Lazier, 1,000.00; Lee, 1,466.67; 
Livingstone, 1,000.00; Lovering, 1,462.36; Macdonell, 1,600.00 ; Madden, 
1,000.00; Mahon, 1,000.00; McComber, 833.33; McFadden, 1,000.00; Mc- 
Gibbon, 1,000.00; McKay, 166.66; McKinnon, 1,000.00; McLean, 1,000.00; 
Miller, 913.97; Moon, 1,000.00; Morley, 1,000.00; Mulcahy, 1,000.00; Munro, 
1,000.00; O'Connell, 1,600.00; O'Connor, 1,000.00; Owens, 1,000.00; Parker, 
2,600.00; Perrin, 1,000.00; Plouffe, 1,000.00; Popham, 833.33; Proulx, 1,000.00; 
Reynolds, 223.12; Robb, 1,000.00; Ross, 1,000.00; Schwenger, 1,000.00; Smiley, 
1,000.00; Smoke, 1,000.00; Stanbury, 1,000.00; Stone, 1,000.00; Tudhope, 
1,000.00; Wearing, 1,000.00; West, 1,000.00; Willson, 1,000.00; Wilson, 1,000.00; 
Wismer, 1,000.00; Wright, 1,000.00 



70,091 87 



Administration of Justice Expense* Act, Special Expenses, R.S.O. 1937, 
Chap. 141, Sec 12-13 ($8,373.53) 

J. C. Anderson, 100.00; Borden, Elliott, Sankey and Kelly, 928.72; J. J. Bench, 
139.30; W. G. Buskard, 122.45; F. Clitheroe, 210.40; W. B. Common, 267.92 
R. Bruce Davis & Co., 375.00; S. H. Davis, 125.00; Disbursing Clerk, Wash- 
ington, 321.57; C. W. Ewing, 450.00; C. R. Fitch, 100.00; C. Grant, 100.00 
W. S. Haney, 200.00; C. P. Hope, 107.70; Leo. A. Landreville, 150.00; C. R 
Magone, 226.82; C. J. Mcllraith, 125.00; F. G. Mackay, 167.20; Mundy-Good 
fellow Printing Co., Ltd., 247.50; A. G. Newall, 783.32; N. F. Newton, 150.38 
Powell, Aylen and MacLaren, 441.76; W. L. Robinson, 535.15; Stewart and 
Stewart, 125.00; Toronto Chief Constable, 141.81; William Treadgold, 439.50 
H. W. Tuck, 139.50; Accounts under $100.00, 1,152.53 



8,373 53 



Expenses of Elections ($37,488.79) 
R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 8, Sec. 205, Subsec. 2 and 5) 
General Election, 1937: 

Election Board Accounts, Judicial District: 

Sudbury 



1,741 76 



Returning Officers, Enumerators, etc., Electoral Districts: 

Addington, 14.00; Algoma-Manitoulin, 20.00; Cochrane North, 18.00 
Cochrane South, 18.00; Dufferin-Simcoe, 8.00; Durham, 6.00; Essex North 
6.00; Essex South, 6.00; Fort William, 20.40; Grey South, 16.00; Haldi 
mand-Norfolk, 16.00; Hamilton East, 4.00; Hastings East, 14.00; Kenora 
6.00; Kent West, 8.00; Lambton West, 8.00; Leeds, 6.00; Lincoln, 72.00 
London, 10.00; Middlesex North, 10.00; Muskoka-Ontario, 16.00; Nipissing 
20.00; Northumberland, 37.00; Ontario, 13.00; Parry Sound, 8.00; Peel 
19.20; Peterborough, 8.00; Port Arthur, 33.59; Rainy River, 38.00; Stor 
mont, 10.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 8.00; Sudbury, 8.00; Temiskaming, 12.79 
Toronto— Eglinton, 20.00; St. George, 16.00; Bracondale, 6.00; Victoria 
30.00; Waterloo North, 208.00; Wellington North, 32.00; Wellington South 
11.60; York North, 6.00 



847 58 



Appeal : 

Toronto — Bracondale . 



27 50 



B32 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Expenses of Elections — Continued 
Bye-Elections: 

Brantford, 7,543.30; Hamilton Centre, 902.00; Lambton East, 6,836.54; 
Sault Ste. Marie, 303.50; Simcoe East, 2,603.41; Parkdale, 14,046.26; Water- 
loo South, 4,440.79 36,675 80 



Chief Election Officer — I. A. Humphries, salary 



1,000 00 



Miscellaneous: 

J. B. Austin, 16.00; Canadian News, 57.96; Department of Highways, 22.75; 
Evening Telegram 476.00; Globe and Mail, 476.00; King's Printer, 2,798.77; 
Pembroke Printing Company, 12.00; Toronto Star Limited, 469.00; Toronto 

Daily Hebrew Journal, 114.00; Express, 27.55; telegrams, 13.88; telephone, 

10.61 



Less: Outstanding Accountable (1937-38), C. F. Bulmer. 



Probation Offices 
Salaries ($31,765.59) 

Permanent 

Mott, H. S Chief Probation Officer 12 months 

Anderson, G. W Psychiatrist 

Fralick, L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 11 " 

Freer, O. St. G Chief Assistant Probation Officer 9 " 

Howell, M. B Investigator 12 " 

Netterfield, J. A Deputy Probation Officer ■ 

Richardson, V Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Robinson, H. A " " " 2 

Rooney, M. G " " " 2 11 " 

Smith, G " " " 1 12 " 

Browne, A Assistant Probation Officer 

Clark, J " " " 

Cushen, S. D " " " 

Jelfs, G. F " " " 

Leith, E. J " " " 

Lowman, L. E " " " 4 ■ 

Macdonald, M " " u 12 ■ 

McKinley, J. F " " " 

McKnight, J. R " " " 

Murray, F " " ■ 

Reddick, A. V " " " 

Spracklin, G. G u a " 

Webster, D " " « 

Young, J ■ u " 



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Fralick, L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 1 month 

Grimshaw, J. B Assistant Probation Officer 12 months 

Rooney, M. G Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 1 a 



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44,787 16 
7,298 37 

37,488 79 



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Travelling Expenses ($1,092.11) 

J. F. McKinley, 191.21 ; A. V. Reddick, 333.76; Toronto Transportation Commission, 

175.00; J. Young, 392.14 1,092 11 



Maintenance ($163.26) 
King's Printer, 138.26; Postage, 25.00 



163 26 



Special Expenses, R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 24, Sec. 17 ($1,784.17) 

Sundry Persons, services and disbursements in connection with the Administration of 

Justice 1,784 17 



Statutory $179,417 18 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B 33 



SPECIAL WARRANTS 

Rewards in Connection with Bush and Forest Fires in the 
Province of Ontario ($700.00) 

Sundry Persons 700 00 

Reward for Arrest and Conviction of Otto Fabbro and Nick West, 
re Gold Concentrates Stolen from Dome Mines ($833.33) 



Sundry Persons . 2,500 00 

Less Refund: Dome Mines and Insurance Company of North America 1,666 67 



833 33 



Royal Commission to Re-examine the Basis of Confederation ($158.34) 

G. Gathercole, services 158 34 

Special Warrants $1,691 67 

Total Expenditure, Department of Attorney-General. $2,668, 267.68 



PART C 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

EDUCATION 

FISCAL YEAR, 1938-39 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Main Office — Salaries, Maintenance, Etc 11 

Branches, Etc.: 

Legislative Library 12 

Public Records and Archives Branch 12 

Public and Separate School Education, Grants, etc 12 

Inspection of Schools Branch 22 

Departmental Examinations Branch 26 

Text-Books Branch 27 

Training Schools Branch 28 

Normal and Model Schools 29 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes Branch 36 

Public Libraries Branch 37 

Vocational Education Branch 38 

Ontario Training College for Technical Teachers 41 

Superannuated Teachers 42 

Provincial and Other Universities 42 

Belleville School for the Deaf 42 

Brantford School for the Blind 44 

Monteith Northern Academy 45 

Statutory 46 

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Hon. L. J. Simpson, Minister, 12 months (Statutory, see page C 46) 

MAIN OFFICE 
Salaries ($57,193.11) 

Permanent 
Minister's Office 

Saunderson, M. E Secretary to Minister and Departmental 

Secretary , 12 months 2,700 00 

Donson, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Deputy Minister's Office 

McArthur, D Deputy Minister and Chief Director of 

Education 12 months 7,500 00 

Brown, L. E Senior Clerk " 1,800 00 

Higginson, M. C " " 12 months 1,800 00 

Less leave of absence 120 00 1,680 00 

General Office 

Woodley, F. L Accountant and Supervisor of Legislative 

Grants # 12 

Aikins, T. W Senior Clerk 

Black, G Senior Clerk Stenographer 6 

Brown, E. I Clerk, Group 1 12 

Bullock, R. O " u 2 

Campbell, A. M Principal Clerk 

Chidley, J. G Filing Clerk, Group 1 

Craig. H. M Senior Clerk 

Creighton, CD " " 

Crighton, D Filing Clerk, Group 1 

Daly, A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Ellis, T. E. P Clerk, Group 1 

Frohns, A. P " " 1 

Haughland, A Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Jackson, S. W Senior Clerk 

Joyce, R. W " " 

Keough, D Clerk, Group 2 

Marter, R Vault Caretaker 

Moran, G. E Clerk, Group 1 

Tapscott, C. H " " 1 

Walton, G. A Senior Clerk 

Waring, J. A Clerk, Group 1 12 months 1 

Less leave of absence 

Watchorn, A " " 2 12 

Young, M. E Filing Clerk, Group 2 

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Burns, A. N Clerk, Group 3 12 

Cooper, V. F Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 5 

Humphreys, W. A Senior Clerk Messenger 2 

Leseeleur, T.N Clerk, Group 3 5 

Litchfield, R " « 3 12 

Reynolds, R. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 5 

Rutherford, L. A Clerk, Group 3 

Sharp, J. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Stringer, W. J Senior Clerk Messenger 3 

Watson, M. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 1% 

Travelling Expenses ($976.89) 

Hon. L. J. Simpson, 700.00; D. McArthur, 152.74; W. J. Neale, 14.10; F. L. Woodley, 

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Main Office — Continued 

Maintenance ($5,338.44) 

King's Printer, 3,104.00; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 249.40; R. 

Simpson Co., Ltd., 280.05; Car tickets, 20.00; cartage, express and freight, 

57.98; newspapers and periodicals, 169.00; postage, 113.98; telegrams, 374.31; 

telephone, 615.11; accounts under $100, $354.61 5,338 44 

Proportion of Cost of Minister's Report ($1,890.02) 

King's Printer 1 ,890 02 

Consolidation and Revision of Education Acts ($507.21) 

King's Printer 507 21 

Advertising in Educational and Other Papers ($375.00) 

The School 375 00 

Main Office $66,280 67 

LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 
Salaries ($8,250.00) 

Permanent 

Bright, O. M Senior Library Assistant 12 months 1,900 00 

Fraser, M. A Library Assistant, Group 2 " 1,125 00 

Hart, P. N Clerk, Group 2 u 1,050 00 

Hunter, B. E Library Assistant, G^roup 3 " 975 00 

King, E Senior Library Assistant " 2,000 00 

Leckie, E. L. L Library Assistant, Group 2 " 1,200 00 

Maintenance ($4,775.55) 

King's Printer, 1,615.19; Sundry Persons, books, 1,949.84; Newspapers and 

periodicals, 974.22 ; accounts under $100, 236.30 4,775 55 

Legislative Library $13,025 55 

PUBLIC RECORDS AND ARCHIVES BRANCH 
Salaries ($5,100.00) 

Permanent 

Talman, J.J Specialist, Historical Documents 12 months 2,100 00 

McClung, H Senior Clerk " 1,900 00 

Reid, W. D Clerk, Group 2 11 " 1,100 00 

Travelling Expenses ($65.95) 
J. J. Talman 65 95 

Maintenance ($256.63) 

King's Printer, 247.24; Cartage and express, 4.27; accounts under $100, 5.12 256 63 

Purchase of Documents, etc. ($253.30) 

E. Askin, 30.00; R. E. Clark, 10.00; J. Harvey, 5.00; F. Jarrett, 19.50; Sundry 

Persons, books, 112.05; E. Smith, 10.00; University of Toronto, 28.75; 

Newspapers and periodicals, 38.00 253 30 

Public Records and Archives Branch $5,675 88 

PUBLIC AND SEPARATE SCHOOL EDUCATION 

Grants and Maintenance ($3,777,681.59) 

Public Schools, Counties: 

Brant, 16,166.40; Bruce, 34,418.94; Carleton, 42,774.60; Dufferin, 16,340.87; 
Elgin, 19,007.06; Essex, 35,727.33; Frontenac, 55,637.97; Grey, 41,526.38; 
Haldimand, 14,838.16; Haliburton, 33,391.16; Halton, 12,303.00; Hastings, 












1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 13 

Public and Separate Schools, Grants, etc. — Continued 

Public Schools, Counties — Continued: 

63,919.72; Huron, 30,117.33; Kent, 30,715.36; Lambton, 27,075.18; Lanark, 
25,088.56; Leeds and Grenville, 45,518.96; Lennox and Addington, 30,481.04; 
Lincoln, 28,666.68; Middlesex, 3 1,908.74; Norfolk, 19,780.92; Northumberland and 
Durham, 46,260.89; Ontario, 30,533.76; Oxford, 24,005.09; Peel, 28,090.03; 
Perth, 18,332.01; Peterborough, 34,407.59; Prescott and Russell, 18,878.06; 
Prince Edward, 11,344.75; Renfrew, 44/46.26; Simcoe, 49,679.07; Stormont, 
Dundas and Glengarry, 50,666.45; Victoria, 20,128.88; Waterloo, 22,691.47; 
Welland, 53,040.48; Wentworth, 20,134.91; Wellington, 24,114.95; York, 
436,561.53 1,588,720 54 

Separate Schools, Counties: 

Bruce, 4,263.10; Carleton, 16,981.63; Essex, 18,463.56; Frontenac, 2,112.53; 
Grey, 1,512.27; Hastings, 2,047.52; Huron, 2,249.29; Kent, 3,373.22; Lambton, 
397.61; Lanark, 782.49; Leeds and Grenville, 601.50; Lennox and Addington, 
890.59; Middlesex, 500.40; Norfolk, 648.33; Northumberland and Durham, 
1,215.04; Ontario, 425.21; Peel, 120.25; Perth, 4,789.85; Peterborough, 953.44; 
Prescott and Russell, 40,196.06; Renfrew, 13,139.21; Simcoe, 2,888.38; Stormont, 
Dundas and Glengarry, 17,235.30; Victoria, 519.73; Waterloo, 3,358.70; Went- 
worth, 1,219.66; Wellington, 1,067.39; York, 41,960.32 183,912 58 

Public Schools, Districts: 

Algoma, 54,079.41; Cochrane, 82,703.27; Kenora, 29,166.14; Manitoulin, 
25,078.11; Muskoka, 57,153.23; Nipissing, 43,061.39; Parry Sound, 81,845.75; 
Rainy River, 45,360.43; Sudbury, 88,907.58; Temiskaming, 75,209.11; Thunder 
Bay, 78,380.73 660,945 15 

Separate Schools, Districts: 

Algoma, 3,240.38; Cochrane, 86,685.12; Kenora, 1,229.42; Manitoulin, 209.20; 
Muskoka, 1,413.91; Nipissing, 40,173.84; Parry Sound, 494.82; Rainy River, 
1,954.67; Sudbury, 56,065.63; Timiskaming, 41,227.92; Thunder Bay, 445.47. . . 233,140 38 

Public Schools, Cities: 

Belleville, 4,918.43; Brantford, 12,086.88; Chatham, 6,572.54; Fort William, 
9,508.07; Gait, 4,492.93; Guelph, 6,621.28; Hamilton, 23,603.37; Kingston, 
6,968.75; Kitchener, 14,277.69; London, 10,415.00; Niagara Falls, 6,313.87; 
North Bav, 5,710.98; Oshawa, 12,602.00; Ottawa, 10,976.25; Owen Sound, 
7,838.32; Peterborough, 9,539.07; Port Arthur, 5,863.91 ; St. Catharines, 10,566.00; 
St. Thomas, 4,251.99; Sarnia, 6,897.65; Sault Ste. Marie, 8,641.41; Stratford, 
6,739.73; Sudbury, 4,303.41; Toronto, 91,341.25; Welland, 6,440.43; Windsor, 
18,683.73; Woodstock, 3,238.08 319,413 02 

Separate Schools, Cities: 

Belleville, 1,395.55; Brantford, 2,584.85; Chatham, 1,372.03; Fort William, 
2,590.61; Gait, 886.62; Guelph, 3,213.58; Hamilton, 9,854.86; Kingston, 2,463.87; 
Kitchener, 5,469.75; London, 2,581.25; Niagara Falls, 1,477.85; North Bay, 
6,350.55; Oshawa, 1,218.15; Ottawa, 37,919.60; Owen Sound, 475.95; Peter- 
borough, 3,462.71; Port Arthur, 1,512.59; St. Catharines, 2,366.80; St. Thomas, 
523.15; Sarnia, 1,521.13; Sault Ste. Marie, 5,515.69; Stratford, 1,246.75; Sudbury, 
12,050.15; Toronto, 22,374.23; Windsor, 20,749.11; Woodstock, 453.75 151,631 13 

Public Schools, Towns: 

Alexandria, 340.40; Alliston, 1,127.76; Almonte, 913.10; Amherstburg, 609.65; 
Arnprior, 1,321.12; Aurora, 1,626.95; Aylmer, 1,526.07; Bala, 291.89; Barrie, 
2,824.75; Blenheim, 1,662.09; Blind River, 1,299.60; Bothwell, 554.32; Brace- 
bridge, 1,631.94; Bowmanville, 1,300.36; Brampton, 1,946.42; Brockville, 3,363.61; 
Bruce Mines, 678.09; Burlington, 1,194.06; Campbellford, 1,463.64; Carleton 
Place, 3,270.27; Cache Bay, 488.07; Capreol, 3,086.09; Chesley, 1,485.06; Clinton, 
1,489.84; Cobalt, 7,278.79; Cobourg, 2,314.75; Cochrane, 2,037.85; Collingwood, 
2,823.51 ; Coniston, 997.00; Copper Cliff, 1,247.14; Cornwall, 1,597.50; Deseronto, 
1,505.00; Dresden, 1,280.66; Dryden, 1,377.15; Dundas, 1,703.17; Durham, 
2,113.04; Dunnville, 2,544.12; Eastview, 1,698.01; Elmira, 644.56; Englehart, 
3,317.88; Essex, 1,311.00; Forest, 889.57; Fort Erie, 3,737.06; Fort Frances, 
4,332.24; Frood Mines, 128.50; Gananoque, 956.77; Georgetown, 719.17; Goderich, 
2,298.40; Gore Bay, 729.35; Gravenhurst, 3,181.97; Grimsby, 1,570.21; Hailey- 



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Public Schools, Towns — Continued 

bury, 922.37; Hanover, 2,285.65; Harriston, 757.16; Hawkesbury, 351.15; 
Harrow, 747.50; Hearst, 1,222.82; Hespeler, 1,616.36; Huntsville, 1,965.83; 
Ingersoll, 2,370.80; Iroquois Falls, 982.73; Kearney, 1,098.88; Keewatin, 823.22; 
Kenora, 2,528.48; Kincardine, 1,627.96; Kingsville, 746.16; La Salle, 85.25; Latch- 
ford, 1,063.29; Leamington, 1,889.32; Leaside, 612.85; Lindsay, 2,121.93; 
Listowel, 721.43; Little Current, 1,153.39; Massey, 1,267.98; Matheson, 1,372.92; 
Mattawa, 109.20; Meaford, 1,642.27; Merritton, 1,071.47; Midland, 1,885.51; 
Milton, 784.71; Mimico, 5,486.56; Mitchell, 844.65; Mount Forest, 712.05; 
Napanee, 1,852.32; Nesterville, 359.32; New Liskeard, 1,777.43; Newmarket, 
2,075.83; New Toronto, 5,284.56; Niagara-on-the-Lake, 872.51; Oakville, 998.91; 
Orangeville, 1,071.28; Orillia, 3,026.67; Palmerston, 783.58; Paris, 1,296.04; 
Parkhill, 481.07; Parry Sound, 2,618.33; Pembroke, 3,219.35; Penetanguishene, 
5,745.63; Perth, 1,757.71; Petrolia, 1,835.85; Picton, 887.45; Port Colborne, 
5,499.11; Port Hope, 1,833.70; Powassan, 1,817.15; Prescott, 1,097.71; Preston, 
1,399.98; Rainv River, 1,808.22; Renfrew, 1,033.96; Ridgetown, 1,727.80; River- 
side, 3,155.79; Rockland, 92.80; St. Mary's, 1,018.78; Seaforth, 1,585.47; Simcoe, 
1,379.41; Sioux Lookout, 3,311.75; Smith's Falls, 3,175.87; Smooth Rock Falls, 
1,233.90; Southampton, 1,248.08; Stayner, 354.07; Strathroy, 1,193.27; Sturgeon 
Falls, 457.50; Tecumseh, 118.60; Thessalon, 1,962.61; Thornbury, 547.82; 
Thorold, 2,399.65; Tilbury, 904.42; Tillsonburg, 1,852.48; Timmins, 13,095.10; 
Trout Creek, 824.36; Trenton, 3,149.92; Uxbridge, 1,248.37; Vankleek Hill, 
720.72; Walkerton, 978.89; Wallaceburg, 2, 841. 50; Waterloo, 2, 742. 21; Webbwood, 
1,622.32; Weston, 1,910.75; Whitby, 1,105.14; Wiarton, 2,543.41; Wingham, 
1,723.24 245,361 04 



Separate Schools, Towns: 

Alexandria, 4,669.64; Almonte, 1,402.86; Amherstburg, 1,069.81; Arnprior, 
1,730.01; Barrie, 237.16; Blenheim, 235.15; Blind River, 4,347.34; Bonfield, 
4,046.82; Brockville, 932.62; Campbellford, 303.65; Cache Bay, 1,950.41 ; Charlton, 
617.66; Chelmsford, 5,495.96; Cobalt, 10,463.88; Cobourg, 755.65; Cochrane, 
1,897.87; Collingwood, 84.36; Coniston, 4,941.91; Cornwall, 12,026.10; Dundas, 
291.43; Eastview, 9,636.88; Essex, 1,197.89; Fort Frances, 1,056.64; Gananoque, 
558.06; Goderich, 304.00; Haileybury, 2,389.43; Hanover, 421.34; Hawkesbury, 
11,235.77; Hearst, 2,229.57; Hespeler, 104.70; Ingersoll, 397.35; Iroquois Falls, 
4,583.82; Kearney, 435.00; Keewatin, 534.67; Kenora, 925.39; La Salle, 1,416.81; 
Leamington, 292.96; Lindsay, 628.62; Little Current, 1,923.10; Massey, 2,384.12; 
Mattawa, 5,063.91; Merritton, 401.67; Midland, 3,031.27; Mimico, 1,139.73; 
Mount Forest, 158.49; New Liskeard, 390.70; Newmarket, 192.69; Oakville, 
145.22; Orillia, 557.33; Paris, 218.31; Parkhill, 120.20; Pembroke, 5,761.06; 
Perth, 869.63; Picton, 115.94; Prescott, 332.74; Preston, 1,195.15; Rainy River, 
888.62; Renfrew, 1,921.75; Riverside, 3,012.71; Rockland, 4,874.13; St. Mary's, 
212.00; Seaforth, 422.00; Sioux Lookout, 2,090.16; Smith's Falls, 537.17; Smooth 
Rock Falls, 7,859.56; Sturgeon Falls, 7,967.19; Tecumseh, 5,453.23; Thorold, 
1,668.08; Tilbury, 2,097.73; Timmins, 38,367.57; Trenton, 989.50; Vankleek 
Hill, 2,092.03; Walkerton, 1,330.50; Wallaceburg, 3,204.58; Waterloo, 1,343.36; 
Weston, 1,195.91; Whitbv, 172.10 207,550 33 



Public Schools, Villages: 

Acton, 1,140.81; Ailsa Craig, 235.52; Alvinston, 506.55; Arkona, 989.80; Arthur, 
427.54; Athens, 1,100.22; Ayr, 424.89; Bancroft, 2,894.52; Barry's Bay, 210.93; 
Bath, 539.71; Beamsville, 862.67; Beaverton, 516.42; Beeton, 471.42; Belle 
River, 69.50; Bloomfield, 273.84; Blyth, 365.21; Bobcaygeon, 864.38; Bolton, 
447.11; Bradford, 593.94; Braeside, 801.95; Brighton, 1,103.67; Brussels, 530.01; 
Burk's Falls, 1,459.12; Caledonia, 2,166.63; Cannington, 470.68; Cardinal, 
1,985.36; Cayuga, 1,881.72; Chatsworth, 382.14; Chesterville, 924.11; Chippawa, 
1,231.01; Clifford, 228.58; Cobden, 1,404.92; Colborne, 728.60; Coldwater, 
1,354.61; Courtwright, 355.29; Creemore, 350.88; Delhi, 930.17; Delora, 1,299.90; 
Drayton, 255.14; Dundalk, 748.09; Dutton, 420.72; Eganville, 492.88; Elora, 
953.59; Embro, 223.07; Erieau, 406.35; Erin, 200.94; Exeter, 1,116.96; Fenelon 
Falls, 491.03; Fergus, 1,612.89; Finch, 265.52; Flesherton, 443.85; Fonthill, 
1,234.89; Forest Hill, 3,045.87; Frankford, 1,112.60; Glencoe, 461.30; Grand 
Valley, 416.18; Hagersville, 1,936.03; Hastings, 541.52; Havelock, 2,074.13 
Hensall, 570.44; Hepworth, 619.29; Hilton Beach, 802.44; Humberstone, 5.971.95 
Iroquois, 667.76; Jarvis, 1,303.80; Kemptville, 1,568.38; Killaloe Station, 562.63 
Lakefield, 1,592.43; Lanark, 790.46; Lion's Head, 522.69; Long Branch, 6,701.53 






1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION £_1_5 

Public and Separate Schools, Grants, etc. — Continued 

Public Schools, Villages — Continued 

L'Orignal, 2,461.92; Lucan, 450.18; Lucknow, 980.65; Madoc, 1,878.20; Mark- 
dale, 1,253.67; Markham, 588.50; Marmora, 1,936.30; Maxville, 831.69; Merrick- 
ville, 1,043.10; Mildmay, 465.50; Millbrook, 675.20; Milverton, 677.71; Morris- 
burg, 1,472.64; Neustadt, 663.19; Newboro, 708.30; Newburgh, 587.16; New- 
bury, 298.79; Newcastle, 665.46; Norwood, 1,246.97; New Hamburg, 1,011.04; 
Norwich, 812.13; Oil Springs, 583.10; Omemee, 292.67; Paisley, 593.38; Point 
Edward, 1,937.75; Port Carling, 404.75; Port Credit, 1,436.73; Port Dalhousie, 
1,902.33; Port Dover, 721.42; Port Elgin, 1,335.35; Port McNicoll, 2,374.96; 
Port Perry, 973.00; Port Rowan, 285.93; Port Stanley, 501.62; Port Sidney, 
411.24; Portsmouth, 619.19; Richmond, 294.50; Richmond Hill, 2,047.82; 
Ripley, 210.08; Rockcliffe Park, 528.50; Rodney, 288.82; Rosseau, 678.00; St. 
Clair Beach, 89.00; Shallow Lake, 613.17; Shelburne, 921.80; South River, 
3,047.53; Springfield, 259.14; Stirling, 799.91 ; Stoney Creek. 1,013.00; Stouffville, 
1,040.72; Streetsville, 932.28; Sutton West, 761.12; Swansea, 5,757.55; Tara, 
332.40; Tavistock, 654.73; Teeswater. 449.67; Thamesville, 664.16; Thedford, 
509.01; Thornloe, 797.70; Tiverton, 184.40; Tottenham, 467.15; Victoria Har- 
bour, 3,500.44; Vienna, 308.68; Wardsville, 165.10; Watford, 700.15; Waterdown, 
428.58; Waterford, 770.30; West Lome, 466.52; West Port, 515.58; Wheatley, 
604.78; Winchester, 846.12; Windermere, 166.83, Woodbridge, 1,199.90; Wood- 
ville, 159.42; Wyoming, 574.95 141,482 91 

Separate Schools, Villages: 

Arthur, 342.32; Barry's Bay, 3,863.85; Belle River, 782.18; Casselman. 3,147.50; 
Chesterville, 671.90; Eganville, 881.43; Elora, 140.93; Fergus, 131.36; Forest 
Hill, 64.07; Hastings, 558.05; Killaloe Station, 4,055.07; Lancaster, 2,474.45; 
Marmora, 712.03; Mildmay, 1,118.00; Port Dalhousie, 890.86; Portsmouth, 
303.59; Swansea, 447.00; Teeswater, 153.95; Thornloe, 503.89; Tweed, 928.87; 
Westport, 409.08 22,580 38 

Travelling Expenses: 

L. Fortin, 34.95; G. Goulet, 38.75; F. Lemieux, 34.00; T. Mustard, 87.29; G. 

Vezina, 57.65 252 64 

Committees on Survey of Cost of Primary and Secondary Education and Courses of 
Study: 

E. C. Desormeaux, 200.00; W. T. Kernahan, 325.00; E. L. Longmore, 300.00; 
T. Mustard, 1,200.00; B. B. Patten, 200.00; J. Stuart, 230.00; S. A. Watson, 
700.00 3,155 00 

Expenses re C.N.E. Exhibit: 

Board of Education, Windsor, 30.00; Public School Board, Ottawa, 30.00; M. 
Easson, 19.50; G. G. McNabb, 30.00; F. E. Perney, 58.65; R. Reid, 26.28; 
W. R. Vale, 30.00; G. Young, 25.99 250 42 

Maintenance: 

Canadian Society of Technical Agriculturists, 140.00; King's Printer, 19,126.63; 
Accounts under $100, 19.44 19,286 07 

Assisted Public and Separate Schools, Grants and Maintenance ($84,990.71) 

Public Schools, Counties: 

Bruce, 200.00; Carleton, 240.00; Frontenac, 1,675.50; Haliburton, 1,692.75; 
Hastings, 513.40; Lanark, 100.00; Lennox and Addington, 167.22; Renfrew, 
740.38; Simcoe, 1,470.34; Welland, 500.00 7,299 59 

Separate Schools, Counties: 

Carleton, 25,600.00; Essex, 6,000.00; Frontenac, 148.00; Hastings, 126.98; 

Renfrew, 150.00; Simcoe, 500.00; Sudbury, 300.00; York, 1,300.00 34,124 98 

Public Schools, Districts: 

Algoma, 2,675.70; Cochrane, 5,792.00; Kenora, 1,848.50; Manitoulin, 550.00; 
Muskoka, 2,008.46; Nipissing, 1,632.00; Parry Sound, 2,029.82 ; Rainy River, 
2,138.55; Sudbury, 2,043.00; Temiskaming, 3,656.25; Thunder Bay, 2,496.70. . . 26,870 98 



I 

C 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Assisted Public and Separate Schools, Grants, etc. — Continued 

Separate Schools, Districts: 

Cochrane, 3,120.16; Muskoka, 50.00; Nipissing, 1,100.00; Parry Sound, 100.00; 

Sudbury, 10,625.00; Temiskaming, 1,250.00; Thunder Bay, 450.00 16,695 16 

Special Grant to School at Whitefish Falls, District of Algoma ($700.00) 

The Lord Bishop of Algoma 700 00 

Special Grant to Tarentorus Township School Board, in Aid of Education 
of Children at Children's Shelter ($287.18) 

Treasurer, Tarentorus Township School Board 287 18 

Kindergarten Schools, Grants and Maintenance (.$15,966.40) 

Public Schools, Cities: 

Brantford, 354.00; Chatham, 192.00; Fort William, 366.00; Gait, 142.80; Guelph, 
63.00; Hamilton, 802.00; Kingston, 151.20; Kitchener, 372.00; London, 578.40; 
Oshawa, 192.00; Ottawa, 480.00; Owen Sound, 154.80; Peterborough, 180.00; 
Port Arthur, 216.00; St. Catharines, 228.00; Sarnia, 108.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 
264.00; Stratford, 30.00; Toronto, 2,978.00; Welland, 102.00; Windsor, 708.00; 
Woodstock, 102.00 8,764 20 

Public Schools, Towns: 

Almonte, 60.00; Amherstburg, 32.00; Arnprior, 32.00; Aurora, 60.00; Aylmer, 
52.00; Barrie, 96.00; Brampton, 104.00; Campbellford, 32.00; Carleton Place, 
40.00; Cobourg, 52.00; Cochrane, 60.80; Dunnville, 40.00; Durham, 64.00; East- 
view, 20.00; Elmira, 40.00; Fort Erie, 184.00; Fort Frances, 112.00; Goderich, 
40.00; Grimsby, 40.00; Hanover, 80.00; Harrow, 32.00; Hawkesbury, 16.00; 
Hearst, 32.00; Hespeler, 40.00; Ingersoll, 60.00; Kingsville, 72.00; Leamington, 
112.00; Leaside, 40.00; Merriton, 32.00; Newmarket, 72.00; Niagara-on-the-Lake, 
32.00; Paris, 72.00; Pembroke, 104.00; Penetanguishene, 32.00; Perth, 72.00; 
Picton, 32.00; Port Colborne, 264.00; Prescott,^ 80.00; Preston, 64.00; Rainy 
River, 40.00; Renfrew, 40.00; Riverside, 40.00; Simcoe, 80.00; Smooth Rock 
Falls, 40.00; Tillsonburg, 40.00; Timmins, 196.00 ; Vankleek Hill, 32.00; Waterloo, 
104.00; Whitby, 32.00; Weston, 32.00 3,176 80 

Public Schools, Villages: 

Bloomfield, 48.00; Brighton, 60.00; Cayuga, 30.00; Chesterville, 30.00; Delhi, 
60.00; Dundalk, 48.00; Eganville, 30.00; Forest Hill, 156.00; Hagersville, 30.00; 
Humberstone, 48.00; Kemptville, 60.00; Long Branch, 48.00; Port Credit, 48.00; 
Port Dalhousie, 48.00; Rockcliffe Park, 60.00; Swansea, 120.00; Waterford, 
48.00 972 00 

Public Schools, Townships: 

No. 11, Bertie, 48.00; No. 3, Brantford, 60.00; No. 3, Buchanan, 24.00; No. 5, 
Cumberland, 24.00; No. 11, Etobicoke, 60.00; No. 16, Etobicoke, 60.00; Falls 
View Consolidated, 60.00; Grant Consolidated, 30.00; Grantham Consolidated, 
48.00; No. 23, London, 30.00; No. 3, Louth, 48.00; No. 1, Nepean, 30.00; No. 2, 
Nepean, 108.00; No. 8, Niagara, 48.00; No. 1, O'Brien, 108.00; No. 2, Russell, 
48.00; No. 10, Scarboro, 60.00; No. 12, Scarboro, 120.00; No. 14, Scarboro, 48.00; 
No. 15, Scarboro, 60.00; No. 1, Schreiber, 57.30; No. 4, Stamford, 60.00; No. 6, 
Stamford, 60.00; No. 2, Thorold, 60.00; No. 4, Thorold, 24.00; No. 2, Tisdale, 
98.40; Wellington Consolidated, 48.00; No. 3, Westminster, 30.00; No. 22, 
Westminster, 30.00; No. 10, East Whitby, 60.00; York, 1,063.20; No. 14, York 
North, 48.00; York North School Area, 54.00 2,814 90 

Separate Schools: 

Fort William, 48.00; Hamilton, 16.00; Kitchener, 24.00; Fort Arthur, 30.00; 

Sault Ste. Marie, 31.20; Sudbury, 10.80; Toronto, 40.00 200 00 

Maintenance: 

King's Printer 38 50 

Night Schools, Grants and Maintenance ($2,413.13) 

No. 1, Atikokan, 300.00; No. 3, Crowland, 95.00; No. 1, Deloro, 338.66; No. 26, 
King, 253.33; No. 1, Oliver, 33.33; No. 2, Tisdale, 160.00; Timmins, 857.14; 
Toronto, 375.67 2,413 13 






1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 17 

Consolidated Schools, Grants and Maintenance ($37,209.69) 

Barwick, 869.40; Burriss, 1,783.47; Byng Inlet, 846.00; Charlton, 1,457.40; Dorion, 
1,670.40; Falls View, 1,326.80; Gooderham, 1,541.52; Grant, 496.66; Grantham, 
1,100.00; Hudson, 1,371.69; Humber Heights, 1,100.65; Katrine, 552.68; Mac- 
Donald, 446.44; Mallorytown, 1,547.65; Mindemoya, 1,051.84; Morley, 2,115.02; 
Nipigon, 1,672.70; Nobel, 1,829.35; North Mountain, 2,423.80; Pointe Au 
Baril, 994.00; Quibell, 1,582.82; Savard, 2,480.35; Sundridge, 1,136.45; Tarn- 
worth, 1,157.40; Tweed, 2,070.89; Wellington, 2,129.31; Wilberforce, 455.00. . . . 37,209 69 

Agriculture and Horticulture, Grants and Maintenance ($259,146.22) 

Ungraded Public Schools: 

Boards, 47,929.65; Teachers, 81,596.07 129,525 72 

Ungraded Separate Schools: 

Boards, 1,146.17; Teachers, 1,999.50 3,145 67 

Graded Public Schools: 

Boards, 31,941.83; Teachers, 62,416.55 94,358 38 

Graded Separate Schools: 

Boards, 11,802.04; Teachers, 14,680.02 26,482 06 

Seed: 

R. Moore & Sons, 1,438.32; D. L. Scott, 105.00; E. Webb & Sons, Ltd., 2,620.00; 

Accounts under $100, 393.44 4,556 76 

Maintenance: 

King's Printer, 344.00; Merchants' Printing Co., Ltd., 406.10; Woods Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 269.87; Accounts under $100, 57.66 1,077 63 

Industrial Arts, Manual Training and Household Science 
Grants and Maintenance ($51,395.00) 

Ungraded Public Schools: 

Boards, 8,679.29; Teachers, 10,367.00 19,046 29 

Ungraded Separate Schools: 

Boards, 241.41; Teachers, 330.00 571 41 

Graded Public Schools: 

Boards, 17,062.11; Teachers, 9,562.50 26,624 61 

Graded Separate Schools: 

Boards, 3,351.19; Teachers, 1,801.50 5,152 69 

Correspondence Courses, Salaries and Maintenance ($26,367.56) 

Salaries ($21,077.58): 

Permanent: 

Dale, G Teacher, Group 1 

Dennis, M. P. T " " 1 

Froud, E. M " " 1 

Hinchliffe, M. F " « 1 

McBride, L " " 1 

Mclntyre, J. M " « 1 

Mungovan, M. K " " 1 

Scott, R. V " " 1 

Simpson, M. E. M " " 1 

Williams, L. A " " 1 

Borthwick, H Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Vale, N. A Clerk Typist, Group 1 



12 months 


1,300 00 


7 " 


700 00 


12 " 


1,200 00 


a 


1,300 00 


a 


1,600 00 


7 * 


700 00 


12 " 


1,200 00 


« 


1,200 00 


7 " 


700 00 


12 " 


1,200 00 


u 


1,200 00 


u 


1,125 00 



C 18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 






No. 1 



Salaries — Continued 
Temporary: 



Correspondence Courses — Continued 



Dennis, M. P. T Teacher, Group 1 3 months 



Easton, J. J 
Jamieson, M. L. . 

McAlpine, A 

Mclntyre, J. M . . 
McKenzie, E. M . 

Rayfield, P. E 

Ross, D 

Russell, F. M. F. . 
Saunders, O. M . . 
Simpson, M. E. M 
Williamson, H. R. 



9 2/5 



. 7 
. 3 

■ 4^ 
10 2/5 

. m 

. 6 



300 00 
940 00 
940 00 
640 00 
300 00 
390 00 
1,040 00 
867 74 
533 55. 
533 55 
300 00 
867 74 



Maintenance: 

Clarke, Irwin & Co., Ltd., 429.18; Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 134.85; W. J. Gage 
Co., Ltd., 431.35; King's Printer, 3,583.56; Macmillan Company of Canada, 

Ltd., 152.67; T. Nelson & Sons, Ltd., 212.32; Cartage and express, 2.60; 

accounts under $100, 343.45 



5.289 98 



Courses by Itinerant Teachers, School Cars, etc. ($18,420.03) 

Salaries ($11,150.00): 
Permanent: 

Antoniak, H. F Teacher 7 months 



Clement, A. D. 
Fleming, W. J . . 
McKay, A. G. . 
McNally, W. H 
Sloman, F. G. . 
Wright, W. A. . 



12 



12 months 1,800 00 

Less leave of absence 750 00 



875 00 
1,600 00 
1,800 00 
1,600 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 

1,050 00 



Temporary: 

Antoniak, H. F 



Teacher 5 months 



625 00 



Maintenance: 

H. F. Antoniak 
Pacific Railway, 
Eaton Co., Ltd., 
■Express and 



152.00; Canadian National Railways, 2,735.21; Canadian 
1,161.15; W. Dawson Subscription Service, Ltd., 173.70; T. 
485.35; King's Printer, 542.75; T. & N. O. Railway, 764.93; 

freight, 113.56; newspapers and periodicals, 3.00; postage, 



30.79; telegrams, 1.65; accounts under $100, 1,105.54 7,270 03 



Auxiliary Classes, Grants and Maintenance ($85,921.91) 

Public Schools, Cities and Towns: 

Aylmer, 137.72; Barrie, 257.46; Belleville, 231.99; Bruce Mines, 2,09; Brad- 
ford, 19.50; Brampton, 92.43; Brantford, 675.12; Capreol, 45.45; Chesley, 
5.98; Chatham, 522.78; Cornwall, 3.70; Forest, 3.69; Coniston, 30.26; Fort 
Frances, 200.00; Fort William, 1,404.40; Gait, 257.87; Grimsby, 242.26; Guelph, 
; Hamilton, 3,473.37; Ingersoll, 235.51; Kenora, 3.55; Kitchener, 1,897.98; 
54.00; Little Current, .84; Lindsay, 287.96; Listowel, 107.37; London, 
; Midland, 363.81; Morrisburg, 13.51; Merritton, 33.12; Niagara Falls, 
Niagara-on-the-Lake, 48.13; North Bay, 1,593.56; Oshawa, 376.33; 
5,702.74; Owen Sound, 474.08; Pembroke, 356.49; Penetanguishene, 
Peterborough, 211.66; Picton, 178.62; Port Arthur, 728.09; Preston, 
Port Colborne, 49.80; Renfrew, 175.00; Ridgetown, 276.07; Sarnia, 



1,059.51 

Leaside, 

4,316.88 

644.70; 

Ottawa, 

286.37; 

39.00; 

1,037.37; Sault Ste. Marie, 844.90; Smith's Falls, 352.48; Southampton, 105.32; 

St. Catharines, 1,399.55; St. Thomas, 676.01; Stratford, 255.36; Sudburv, 

81.98; Thessalon, 6.00; Toronto, 25,711.69; Waterloo, 225.00; Walkerton, 

21.19; Welland, 152.35; Wiarton, 111.25; Windsor, 2,452.31; Woodstock, 624.90. 



61,178 41 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION CJ9 

Auxiliary Classes, Grants, etc. — Continued 

Public Schools, Villages: 

Ayr, 61.60; Bancroft, 2.33; Beamsville, 26.10; Bloomfield, 9.05; Braeside, 
13.19; Burlington, 19.50; Cobden, 80.46; Elora, 14.25; Embro, 11.97; Forest 
Hill, 135.60; Milverton, 5.81; Point Edward, 53.70; Port Credit, 24.30; Port 
Dover, 6.00; Port Dalhousie, 25.15; Richmond Hill, 7.18; Shallow Lake, .80; 
South River, 4.14; Swansea, 245.43; Tara, 4.02, Tavistock, 72.50; Vankleek 
Hill, 19.52; Victoria Harbour, 31.98; Woodbridge, 30.00; Wyoming, 19.04.... 923 62 

Public Schools, Townships: 

Sundry School Sections 1 1,649 97 

Separate Schools, Cities, Towns and Villages: 

Arthur, 13.87; Belleville, 298.71; Elora, 8.86; Gait, 4.56; Guelph, 14.75; Hamil- 
ton, 839.16; Hawkesbury, 780.52; Kingston, 263.22; Kitchener, 678.08; London, 
266.86; Mount Forest, 9.01; Niagara Falls, 22.54; Ottawa, 2,099.59; Owen 
Sound, 18.90; Paris, 10.30; Preston, 154.63; Renfrew, 2.00; Sudbury, 664.89; 
Toronto, 2,761.43; Waterloo, 39.69; Windsor, 736.10 9,687 67 

Separate Schools, Townships: 

Sundry School Sections 136 94 

Maintenance: 

W. J. Gage Co., Ltd., 1,856.25; King's Printer, 424.22; Cartage, 3.35, accounts, 

under $100, 61.48 2,345 30 

Continuation Schools, Grants and Maintenance ($199,790.44) 

Continuation Schools: 

Coniston, 1,494.04; Embro, 754.92; Ennismore, 571.30; Espanola, 1,494.22; 
Flinton, 887.67; Little Current, 1,396.54; Mount Albert, 750.39; Mount Brydges, 
1,213.64; Mount Pleasant, 730.88; Richard's Landing, 889.62; St. George, 
758.87; Sioux Lookout, 1,485.53; Smooth Rock Falls, 1,494.86 13,922 48 

Public Schools, Towns: 

Blind River, 1,638.15; Bothwell, 946.08; Bruce Mines, 1,966.46; Dresden, 
1,217.43; Harrow, 675.29; Massey, 1,205.89; Palmerston, 737.82; Powassan, 
3,246.07; Preston, 1,296.41; Southampton, 901.25; Stayner, 749.12; Thornbury, 
2,153.53 16,733 50 

Public Schools, Villages: 

Acton, 754.16; Ailsa Craig, 1,132.42; Alvinston, 755.68; Ayr, 737.90; Bancroft, 
1,471.11; Bath, 1,301.44; Beaverton, 1,601.32; Beeton, 732.79; Blyth, 722.01; 
Bobcaygeon, 712.99; Bolton, 728.42; Brussells, 1,326.46; Burk's Falls, 1,490.65 
Cannington, 735.02; Cardinal, 1,101.37; Chatsworth, 619.24; Clifford, 617.09; 
Coldwater, 1,178.46; Creemore, 753.66; Delhi, 708.10; Drayton, 736.43; Egan- 
ville, 1,032.03; Erin, 750.78; Fenelon Falls, 922.84; Frankford, 1,085.20; Grand 
Valley, 954.92; Hepworth, 1,249.52; Hensall, 720.21; Jarvis, 1,480.17; Lanark, 
1,658.72; Lion's Head, 880.04; Long Branch, 3,249.13; Merrickville, 1,419.74; 
Millbrook, 1,056.28; Milverton, 756.38; New Hamburg, 817.90; Oil Springs, 
1,521.13; Paisley, 1,196.08; Port Carling, 1,821.91; Richmond, 1,298.63; Ripley, 
718.57; Rodney, 748.03; Springfield, 681.62; South River, 1,332.76; Stouffville, 
970.86; Sutton West, 756.76; Tara, 959.71; Tavistock, 745.36; Teeswater, 
1,555.56; Thamesville, 784.41; Thedford, 617.25; Tiverton, 627.84; Tottenham, 
1,263.77; West Lome, 712.19; Westport, 1,454.47; Wheatley, 930.99; Woodville, 
1,068.58; Wyoming, 900.07 60,617 13 

Public Schools, Sections: 

No. 14, Albion, 994.50; No. 3, Amabel, 792.98; Amherst Island, 392.57; No. 1, 
Anson, 933.60; No. 2, Assiginack, 1,024.59; No. 17, Augusta, 620.11; No. 11, 
Bastard, 887.39; No. 2, Bayham, 1,068.42; No. 9, Bertie, 990.73; No. 4, Beverley, 
699.42; No. 11, Blenheim, 734.72; No. 21, Blenheim, 738.54; No. 24, Blen- 
heim, 771.64; No. 13, Brock, 1,043.84; No. 3, Buchanan, 724.27; No. 18, Bur- 
ford, 729.28; No. 4, Caledon, 692.06; No. 15, Caledon, 1,106.04; No. 16, Caradoc, 
747.96; No. 2, Cartwright, 766.41; No. 12, Clarke, 1,245.04; No. 22, Cramahe, 
964.74; No. 5, Crosby South, 1,344.66; No. 3, Cumberland, 965.20; No. 5, 



r 

C 20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Continuation Schools, Grants, etc.— Continued 

Public Schools, Sections— Continued 

Cumberland, 730.54; No. 2, Delaware, 614.70; No. 5, Denbigh, 810.01; No. 5, 
Dereham, 634.92; No. 12, Dereham, 753.25; No. 4, Dorchester North, 629.53; 
No. 11, Dorchester South, 721.20; Nos. 3 and 4, Dover, 276.95; No. 3, Dysart, 
905.84; No. 15, Edwardsburg, 1,437.21; No. 3, Egremont, 712.13; No. 9, Era- 
mosa, 1,069.34; No. 13, Ernestown, 742.38; No. 5, Essa, 1,075.80; No. 6, Essa, 
839.27; No. 5, Euphemia, 1,312.93; No. 8, Fitzroy, 1,075.32; No. 11, Fitzroy, 
1,087.27; No. 5, Flos, 1,240.85; No. 1, Freeman, 1,491.68; No. 23, Gloucester, 
1,573.66; Nos. 17 and 19, Hillier, 521.00; No. 14, Howick, 603.95; No. 17, 
Howick, 692.28; No. 3, Huntley, 1,290.38; No. 4, Innisfil, 550.84; No. 14, King, 
687.00; No. 5, Lash, 1,429.75; No. 4, Leeds and Lansdowne Rear, 1,103.38; 
No. 8, Leeds and Lansdowne Rear, 1,165.45; No. 9, Leeds and Lansdowne 
Front, 871.06; No. 3, Lobo, 1,017.55; No. 4, London, 996.19; No. 8, Mariposa, 
708.91; No. 3, Marlborough, 425.97; No. 1, McMurrich, 785.07; No. 8, Monck, 
1,159.96; No. 1, Mountain, 1,878.19; No. 5, Mulmur, 640.71; Nos. 16 and 18, 
Murray, 1,510.02; No. 5, Nissouri East, 1,014.45; No. 8, Nissouri West, 665.02; 
No. 3, North Gower, 667.95; No. 6, North Gower, 1,171.12; No. 3, Norwich 
North, 665.04; No. 6, Norwich South, 666.81; No. 5, Nottawasaga, 804.79; 
No. 6, Orford, 690.16; No. 12, Orillia, 2,295.37; No. 11, Osgoode, 1,401.95; 
No. 15, Osgoode, 1,167.61; No. 7, Osprey, 905.67; No. 4, Osnabruck, 951.32; 
No. 5, Osnabruck, 772.17; No. 4, Packenham, 1,013.18; No. 1, Pelee, 852.34; 
No. 9, Pelham, 1,752.83; No. 2, Percy, 868.84; No. 15, Pickering, 643.17; No. 4, 
Pickering West, 1,124.43; No. 5, Raleigh, 716.90; No. 6, Ross, 479.21; No. 2, 
Russell, 2,144.23; No. 14, Scarboro, 2,300.13; No. 1, Schreiber, 1,659.92; No. 3, 
Somerville, 1,156.77; No. 12, Southwold, 616.78; No. 4, Tilbury West, 828.90; 
No. 2, Toronto, 742.23; No. 9, Vespra, 451.70; No. 3, Walpole, 683.32; No. 16, 
Wellesley, 494.10; No. 2, Westmeath, 553.92; No. 7, Westmeath, 630.69; No. 17, 
Westminster, 654.69; No. 3, Whitby, 749.29; No. 1, Wickstead, 1,449.76; No. 1, 
Wilmot, 691.74; No. 7, Yarmouth, 748.96 96,598 61 

Separate Schools: 

Eganville, 1,424.27; Westport, 997.56 2,421 83 

Consolidated Schools: 

Mallorytown, 1,399.72; Mindemoya, 1,355.90; Nipigon, 1,043.83; North Moun- 
tain, 756.15; Sundridge, 1,589.63; Tamworth, 1,546.24; Wellington, 757.30.... 8,448 77 

Maintenance: 

King's Printer 1,048 12 

Fifth Classes, Grants and Maintenance ($72,165.20) 

Public Schools, Counties and Districts: 

Algoma, 2,311.34; Brant, 684.55; Bruce, 124.14; Carleton, 332.00; Cochrane, 
1,697.34; Dufferin, 1,127.23; Elgin, 571.78; Essex, 743.33; Frontenac, 1,017.53; 
Grey, 1,648.16; Haldimand, 414.26; Haliburton, 721.06; Halton, 163.14; Hastings, 
632.06; Huron, 1,487.24; Kenora, 1,751.00; Kent, 382.45; Lambton, 509.03; 
Lanark, 78.94; Leeds and Grenville, 440.20; Lincoln, 238.77; Manitoulin, 
1,404.78; Middlesex, 617.38; Muskoka, 3,181.40; Nipissing, 461.24; Norfolk, 
501.99; Northumberland and Durham, 1,736.01; Ontario, 755.80; Oxford, 
859.53; Parry Sound, 2,232.06; Peel, 266.00; Perth, 738.94; Peterborough, 
790.70; Prescott and Russell, 567.85; Prince Edward, 250.75; Rainy River, 
1,678.36; Renfrew, 476.05; Simcoe, 2,175.79; Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry, 599.57; Sudbury, 3,355.06; Temiskaming, 1,330.90; Thunder Bay, 1,623.26; 
Victoria, 814.67; Waterloo, 1,035.86; Wellington, 655.53; Wentworth, 548.12; 
York, 422.56 46,155 71 

Separate Schools, Counties and Districts: 

Algoma, 504.60; Bruce, 282.60; Carleton, 248.90; Cochrane, 649.02; Essex, 
1,137.21; Frontenac, 174.61; Grey, 165.42; Hastings, 96.05; Huron, 337.90; 
Kent, 75.86; Lennox and Addington, 147.42; Manitoulin, 176.88; Nipissing, 
1,076.06; Norfolk, 105.50; Northumberland and Durham, 61.26; Ontario, 
118.90; Perth, 612.90; Peterborough, 12.50; Prescott and Russell, 1,459.32; 
Rainy River, 174.16; Renfrew, 1,109.63; Simcoe, 267.96; Stormont, Dundas 
and Glengarry, 907.16; Sudbury, 1,388.84; Temiskaming, 336.18; Victoria, 
114.04; Waterloo, 520.21 ; Wellington, 139.36; W r entworth, 137.50; York, 111.15. 12,649 10 






1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF FDUCATION C21 

Fifth Classes, Grants, etc. — Continued 

Public Schools, Towns: 

Bala, 278.80; Hearst, 243.94; Hespeler, 205.24; Kearney, 310.00; Latchford, 
281.46; Matheson, 354.52; Riverside, 212.29; Tecumseh, 145.62; Trout Creek, 
308.14; Webbwood, 402.20 2,742 21 

Separate Schools, Towns: 

Bonfield, 223.46; Charlton, 36.14; Chelmsford, 406.80; Eastview, 154.60; Hearst, 

296.48; Kearney, 158.14; LaSalle, 100.68; Riverside, 99.86; Tecumseh, 207.50. 1,683 66 

Public Schools, Villages: 

Arkona, 194.77; Bloomfield, 115.40; Cobden, 255.00; Courtwright, 128.92; 
Erieu, 125.10; Forest Hill, 215.00; Geraldton, 350.52; Hilton Beach, 236.00; 
Humberstone, 13.58; Hymers, 127.60; Killaloe, 74.54; L'Orignal, 173.11; Mild- 
may, 131.50; Neustadt, 159.80; Newboro, 205.20; Petawawa, 135.00; Port 
Dalhousie, 161.93; Port McNicoll, 210.42; Port Stanley, 174.60; Port Sydney, 
378.60; Rosseau, 323.36; Victoria Harbour, 203.10; Windermere, 23.80; Wood- 
bridge, 185.80 4,302 65 

Separate Schools, Villages: 

Barry's Bay, 179.83; Belle River, 190.00; Casselman, 187.10; Hastings, 143.72; 

Killaloe, 181.87; Lancaster, 181.79; Mildmay, 182.80; Thornloe, 189.82 1,436 93 

Consolidated Schools: 

Barwick, 320.00; Burriss, 318.50; Byng Inlet, 188.96; Charlton, 329.14; Dorion, 
152.32; Glamorgan, 233.76; Grantham, 159.75; Guilford, 150.98; Monmouth, 
179.52; Morley, 358.64; Nobel, 213.76; Quibell, 226.40; Savard, 246.26 3,077 99 

Maintenance: 

King's Printer 116 95 

Spring and Summer Schools Travelling Expenses and 
Maintenance ($130,065.50) 

Services and Travelling Expenses: 

Sundry Instructors, services, 113,146.73; expenses, 1,916.75; Clerks, 332.30; 
Caretakers, 85.50 1 15,481 28 

Miscellaneous: 

Acme Ruler & Advertising Co., Ltd., 132.30; D. Aitchison Lumber Co., Ltd., 
585.51; Buntin, Gillies & Co., Ltd., 242.81; Central Scientific Company of 
Canada, Ltd., 153.92; G. Checkley, 179.97; Cody's Arcade, 191.52; Dominion 
Reed Supplies, Ltd., 101.78 ; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 135.71 ; W. J. Gage Co., 
Ltd., 135.23; D. Gestetner (Canada), Ltd., 100.52; Hamilton Board of Edu- 
cation, 156.44; G. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 182.77; Heintzman & Co., Ltd., 108.75; 
King's Printer, 1,900.82; London Board of Education, 182.15; Malcolm & 
Souter Furniture Co., Ltd., 188.08; Ottawa Collegiate Institute Board, 242.00; 
Port Arthur Board of Education, 180.00; Queen's University, 420.20; Sillery 
Convent, 600.00; St. John Ambulance Association, 142.50 ; Sturgeon Falls 
High School Board, 120.00; Toronto Board of Education, 1,699.01; Under- 
wood, Elliott, Fisher, Ltd., 330.80; University of Toronto, 747.52; Vallance, 
Brown & Co., Ltd., 243.41; Windsor Board of Education, 217.40; Wood, Alex- 
ander & James, Ltd., 436.06; Y.M.C.A., Toronto, 600.00; Cartage and 

express, 220.48; postage, 56.86; telegrams, 10.50; telephone, 23.55; accounts 

under $100, 3,615.65 14,584 22 

Art Departments, Grants and Maintenance ($14,296.27) 

Public Schools: 

Boards, 2,566.80; Teachers, 8,972.00 11,538 80 

Separate Schools: 

Boards, 620.00; Teachers, 2,104.00 2,724 00 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer 33 47 






C 22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Courses in Music, Grants and Maintenance ($119,693.98) 

Public Schools: 

Boards, 90,580.96; Teachers, 24,550.00 115,130 96 

Separate Schools: 

Boards, 1,925.89; Teachers, 2,328.00 4 ( 253 89 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 253.67; Accounts under $100, 55.46 309 13 

Medical and Dental Inspection, Grants and Maintenance ($12,840.60) 

Public Schools, Cities and Towns: 

Barrie, 155.00; Belleville, 144.00; Brockville, 165.00; Chatham, 159.00; Fort 
William, 270.00; Gait, 138.00; Kingston, 201.00; London, 705.00; Mimico, 
140.00; Niagara Falls, 192.00; Ottawa, 747.00; Owen Sound, 174.00; Pembroke, 
130.00; Peterborough, 225.00; St. Catharines, 264.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 234.00; 
Sudbury, 150.00; Waterloo, 160.00; Welland, 162.00; Windsor, 899.40 5,414 40 

Public Schools, Sections and Committees: 

No. 5, Barton, Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, Glandford, Nos. 2 and 3, Flamboro East, etc., 
380.00; No. 2, Beamsville, Grimsby, Clinton, Louth, etc., 400.00; Brampton, 
Toronto Township, etc., 380.00; Caledonia, Hagersville, Dunnville, etc., 320.00; 
U. Nos. 2A and B, Fort Erie, Bertie Township, Ridgeway, etc., 670.00; U. No. 1, 
Merritton, Port Dalhousie, Niagara-on-the-Lake, etc., 400.00; Nos. 1 and 2, 
Nepean, etc., 370.00; No. 1, Saltfleet Township, 390.00; No. 10, Scarborough, 
200.00; No. 12, Scarborough, 200.00; Thorold and Thorold Township, 340.00; 
U. No. 1, Willoughby and Chippawa, 400.00; York, 2,494.00 6,944 00 

Separate Schools: 

Barrie, 15.00; Gait, 18.00; London, 130.20; Niagara Falls, 33.00; St. Catharines, 

63.00; Sudbury, 168.00; Waterloo, 55.00 482 20 

Expenses in Connection with the League of the Empire ($493.36) 

F. M. Standish, disbursements re entertainment of exchange teachers 493 36 

Visual Instruction, Grants and Maintenance ($861.65) 

Salaries — Temporary: 

Smith, H. R Clerk, Group 2 9 months 861 65 

Grants ($19,450.00) 

Ontario Educational Association 3,500 00 

Trustees' Section, Ontario Educational Association 2,000 00 

Ontario Federation of Home and School Associations 2,000 00 

Frontier College 5,000 00 

Penny Bank of Ontario 5,000 00 

Urban Trustees Association 250 00 

Temperance Education Association 1,000 00 

Canadian Education Association 200 00 

Canadian Bureau for the Advancement of Music 500 00 

Public and Separate School Education $4,930,156 42 



INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS BRANCH 

Main Office 

Salaries ($50,658.32) 

Permanent 

Greer, V. K Chief Inspector of Public and Separate 

Schools 12 months 5,400 00 

Amoss, H. E Inspector of Auxiliarv Classes 4,600 00 

Boyd, H. A Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

Burns, K Clerk Typist, Group 1 " 1,200 00 



1938-39 



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Inspection of Schools Branch, Salaries— Continued 

Campbell, J. D Assistant Chief Inspector 12 months 4,200 00 

DeLaporte, L. H Assistant Inspector of Auxiliary Classes ... 2,700 00 

Drew, M. K Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1 ,500 00 

Fenwick, G. R Supervisor of Music " 3,200 00 

Francis, E Clerk, Group 2 " 1,200 00 

Gauthier, R Director of French Instruction " 4,600 00 

Keefe, R. D Director of School Attendance " 3,800 00 

Kirkland, L. L Senior Clerk Stenographer 1,500 00 

Lainson, P. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Lamb, E. M " " " 2 " 1,050 00 

MacDougall, J. B Assistant Chief Inspector " 4,200 00 

Mills, V. G Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 6 a 525 00 

Moreau, F. A Assistant in Office of Chief Inspector 12 " 2,000 00 

Rendall, S. D Inspector of Continuation Schools 4,300 00 

Temporary 

Hoag, J. P Inspector of Continuation Schools 3 months 649 98 

McDougall, N Supervisor of School Correspondence 

Branch 5 months 916 65 

" " " (part time) 7 " 64169 1,558 34 



Inspection of Public and Separate Schools in Counties and Districts, 

Salaries and Grants ($390,448.84) 

Salaries ($367,809.64): 

District Public Schools: 

Permanent: 

Brown, A. F District Inspector 12 months 

Brown, P. W " " 

Eade, W. E " " 

Hiscocks, W. F " " 

Johnson, G. S " " 

Judd, W. J " " 

Langford, H. H " " 

Lovell, W. L " " 

MacKillop, O. M " " 

McMillan, W " " 

Moore, J. L " " 

Pickering, J. R " 

Shannon, S " " 

Skuce, L. L « " 

Walkom, D. T " " 

Wightman, N. R " " 

Williams, L.J " " 



F. S. Rivers Acting District Inspector (Extra Services) 



12 ] 


months 


3,150 00 




u 


3,600 00 






3,000 00 




" 


3,866 25 




u 


3,600 00 
3,000 00 


7 


u 


1,750 00 


12 


u 


3,000 00 




u 


3,600 00 


7 


u 


1,750 00 


12 


u 


3,600 00 
3,150 00 




it 


3,600 00 


5 


u 


1,312 50 


12 


« 


3,600 00 




u 


3,150 00 


ces) 


a 
1 


3,600 00 
200 00 



Separate Schools: 
Permanent: 

Anderson, J. T Inspector. 

Bennett, J. M 

Carriere. L " 

Charron, C. X 

Choquette, F " 

Gascon, A. J " 

Gratton, J. S 

Greening, W. J " 

Langan, L. J " 

Lapensee, J " 

Laplante, L " 

Latour, C. A 

•P.A. 



12 months 



3,150 00 
3,600 00 
3,000 00 
3,300 00 
3,600 00 
3,150 00 
3,600 00 
3,150 00 
3,150 00 
3,600 00 
3,000 00 
3,600 00 



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No. 1 



Inspection of Schools Branch, Salaries — Continued 



Separate Schools— Continued 

Masse, R Inspector 

Matthews, C. P 

Maurice, R. R 

McDonald, F. J 

Melady, T. S 

Millette, J. R 

Payette, H.J 

Quarry, V. C 

Scanlan, J. V 

Walsh, J. C 

Temporary: 

Lee, W. J Inspector 



9 months 2,362 50 

Less leave of absence 262 50 

12 months 

u 

u 

u 

!*.'.*. *.'."". '.'.'. *.'.'. ".".*.; 7 « 

12 u 

a 
a 

a 

12 months 



2,100 00 
3,150 00 
3,150 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
1,750 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 



2,016 59 



County Public Schools: 
Permanent: 

Beacom, E. C Inspector, 

Bowden, W. L 

Campbell, A. L 

Campbell, N 

Cannon, C. F 

Carefoot, G. A 

Carlton, W. H 

Clarke, H.J 

Cook, H. F 

Copp, L. W 

Denyes, J. M 

Deyell, J. D 

Dobrindt, G. H 

Dobson, G. C 

Downey, R. F 

Dowsley, W. C 

Eagle, D. M 

Edwards, G. N 

Edwards, J. J 

Elborn, H. E 

Evans, J. K 

Ferguson, T. R 

Froats, J 

Fydell, M. R 

Fydell, W. A 

Galpin, H. B 

Game, J. M 

Gibson, J. A 

Hagan, J. W 

Hansuld, A. F 

Hartley, J 

Hutchison, R. A " 

Jennings, E. W 

Joyce, W. W 

Kinkead, J. H 

Lapp, C. A 

Lees, C. W 

Lucas, A. B 

Marshall, J. W 

Marshall, W. A 

Martin, A. A 

Mather, G. M 

Maxwell, T. P 

McConnell, R. A. A 

McEwen, T. R 



Huron West 12 months 3,600 00 

Essex (No. 2) " 3,600 00 

York (No. 4) 5 " 1,500 00 

Renfrew North 12 " 3,600 00 

Hastings North " 3,300 00 

Lincoln " 3,600 00 

Simcoe South " 3,300 00 

Hastings South " 3,600 00 

Norfolk " 3,600 00 

Peterborough East " 3,600 00 

Halton 5 " 1,500 00 

Hastings North and Ren- 
frew (in part) 7 " 1 ,750 00 

Waterloo (No. 1) 3 " 750 00 

Bruce West 12 " 3,150 00 

Peterborough West " 3,600 00 

Leeds and Grenville (No. 2) " 3,600 00 

Essex (No. 1) " 3,600 00 

Perth South " 3,150 00 

Lambton (No. 2) " 3,600 00 

Waterloo (No. 1) 9 " 2,362 50 

Simcoe West 7 " 1,750 00 

Ontario North and York. . . 12 " 3,600 00 

Stormont " 3,600 00 

Peel and York " 3,600 00 

York (No. 3) " 3,300 00 

Lambton (No. 1) " 3,600 00 

Bruce East " 3,150 00 

Simcoe East " 3,300 00 

Oxford South and Norfolk.. " 3,600 00 

Dufferin and Peel " 3,000 00 

Huron East 1 " 300 00 

Ontario South 12 " 3,600 00 

Victoria West 11 " 3,300 00 

Brant 12 " 3,150 00 

Huron East 7 " 1,750 00 

Simcoe South " 1,750 00 

Renfrew South 12 « 3,150 00 

Kent (No. 2) and Elgin West 9 " 2,362 50 

Welland East u 2,700 00 

Welland 12 " 3,150 00 

Northumberland and Dur- 
ham (No. 3) " 3,300 00 

Oxford North " 3,300 00 

Carleton " 3,600 00 

Lanark " 3,600 00 

Frontenac North and 

Addington " 3,150 00 



1938-39 



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Inspection of Schools Branch, Salaries — Continued 



County Public Schools — Continued 



McGuire, A. W Inspector 

McGuire, J. F 

McNab, G. G 

McVittie, W. R 

Menzies, L. P 

Mitchener, J. L " 

Morrison, S. A " 

Nelson, A. E 

Norman, L 

Odell, J. W 



Pearson, G. A. . 
Pentland, G. E. 
Phimister, Z. S. 



Roberts, R. H. 
Robinson, J. B. 
Routley, C. B. 
Sexton, J. H. . . 
Skuce, L. L. . . . 
Smith, D. G... 

F. P. . . . 

J. C. 



Smith 
Smith 



Smith, W. 
Snider, E. 



Staples, R. O 

Stewart, W. J. . . . 
Stothers, C. E. . . . 
Thompson, T. J. . 
Trench, W. W. A. 
Truscott, S. A. . . . 

Webster, J. C 

Wilkinson, J. E.. . 

Wilson, J. J 

Young, G 

Johnston, F. E. . . 



Hastings Centre 12 months 3,600 00 

Leeds and Grenville (No. 1) " 3,600 00 

Wellington South u 3,600 00 

Simcoe Centre " 3,150 00 

Wellington North " 3,300 00 

Haldimand u 3,600 00 

Grev East " 3,600 00 

Perth North " 3,600 00 

Waterloo (No. 2) " 3,600 00 

. . . . Northumberland and Dur- 
ham (No. 2) 5 " 1,500 00 

Kent (No. 1) 12 " 3,600 00 

Grey South " 3,600 00 

" Glengarry 12 months 3,150 00 

Less leave of absence 1,837 50 1,312 50 
York (No. 1) 5 months 1,500 00 

" Wentworth " 1,500 00 

Prescott and Russell (No. 1)12 " 3,150 00 

Middlesex West 5 " 1,500 00 

Halton 7 u 1,837 50 

Middlesex East 12 " 3,600 00 

Frontenac South " 3,600 00 

. . . . Elgin East and City of St. 

Thomas " 3,600 00 

Simcoe West " 3,150 00 

. . . . Northumberland and Dur- 
ham (No. 1) " 3,600 00 

Glengarry 7 " 1,750 00 

Dundas and Grenville 12 " 3,300 00 

" Prince Edward " 3,600 00 

Frontenac North 7 " 1,750 00 

York (No. 5) 12 " 3,600 00 

Frontenac South (No. 1)... u 3,600 00 

Prescott and Russell (No. 1)7 " 1,750 00 

York (No. 2) 12 " 3,600 00 

Grey North " 3,300 00 

Leeds and Grenville (No. 3) " 3,150 00 

. . . . Supervising Teacher 7 " 991 67 



Temporary: 

Brown, C. A Inspector, Welland (Part time) 334 68 

Gillies, R " York (No. 6) 12 months 2,375 40 

McNeice, J " Welland South " 2,287 63 

Reid, M. R " Lennox 5 " 666 65 

Johnston, F. E Asst. " " " 666 65 

Paul, H. B Supervising Teacher 7 « 1,166 62 

Grants to Public School Boards, Cities and Towns: 

Brantford, 606.00; Chatham, 294.00; Hamilton, 3,127.20; Kitchener, 636.00; 
London, 1,302.00; Ottawa, 1,524.00; Peterborough, 450.00; Sarnia, 384.00; 
St. Catharines, 528.00; Toronto, 11,676.00; Welland, 324.00; Windsor, 1,788.00. . 22,639 20 



Travelling and Moving Expenses of Inspectors and Other Officials and 
for Office Expenses and Maintenance ($92,655.37) 

Travelling Expenses 60,832 91 

Office Expenses 23,845 82 

Miscellaneous 7,976 64 

Travelling and Office Expenses: 

H. E. Amoss, 1,147.55; J. T. Anderson, 556.02; E. C. Beacom, 558.96; J. M. 
Bennett, 267.92; W. L. Bowden, 532.33; A. F. Brown, 759.56; C. A. Brown, 
10.40; P. W. Brown, 560.83; A. L. Campbell, 38.50; J. D. Campbell, 204.14; 
N. Campbell, 895.06; C. F. Cannon, 772.87; G. A. Carefoot, 308.89; W. H. Carl- 
ton, 941.79; L. Carriere, 1,060.91; C. X. Charron, 753.72; F. Choquette, 517.99; 



I 



C 26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Inspection of Schools Branch — Continued 

Travelling and Office Expenses — Continued 

H. J. Clarke, 181.18; H. F. Cook, 687.33; L. W. Copp, 737.21; L. H. DeLaporte, 
933.14; J. M. Denyes, 147.26; J. D. Deyell, 578.77; G. H. Dobrindt, 114.90; 
G. C. Dobson, 716.29; R. F. Downey, 692.05; W. C. Dowsley, 339.10; W. E. 
Eade, 707.89; D. M. Eagle, 494.82; G. N. Edwards, 702.20; J. J. Edwards, 324.63; 
H. E. Elborn, 280.85; J. K. Evans, 312.48; G. R. Fenwick, 967.17; T. R.Ferguson, 
518.50; A. Firth, 589.55; J. Froats, 712.80; M. R. Fydell, 316.66; W. A. Fydell, 
167.28; H. B. Galpin, 576.44; J. M. Game, 1,051.87; R. Gauthier, 1,472.46; A. 
J. Gascon, 852.70; J. A. Gibson, 498.14; R. Gillies, 372.93; J. S. Gratton 559.50; 
W. J. Greening, 798.41 ; V. K. Greer. 722.44; J. W. Hagan, 526.79; A. F. Hansuld, 
854.82; W. F. Hiscocks, 1,663.36; J. P. Hoag, 293.09; R. A. Hutchison, 463.88; 
E. W. Jennings, 506.22; F. E. Johnston, 140.45; G. S. Johnson, 1,406.31; W. W. 
Joyce, 419.20; W. J. Judd, 693.25; J. H. Kinkead, 508.59; R. D. Keefe, 1,324.84; 
L. J. Langan, 629.42; H. H. Langford, 647.59; J. Lapensee, 696.40; L. Laplante, 
1,062.99; C. A. Lapp, 535.35; C. A. Latour, 230.07; W. J. Lee, 125.50; C. W. 
Lees, 710.50; W. L. Lovell, 837.28; A. B. Lucas, 704.87; O.M. MacKillop, 1,244.69; 
W. McMillan, 630.93 ; I. C. Marshall, clerical services and disbursements, 
55.85; J. W. Marshall, 58.63; W. A. Marshall, 447.63; A. A. Martin, 754.29; 
R. Masse, 621.86; G. M. Mather, 482.41 ; C. P. Matthews, 794.46; R. R. Maurice, 
1,072.76; T. P. Maxwell, 619.46; R. A. A. McConnell, 735.01; F. J. McDonald, 
103.02; J. B. MacDougall, 674.68; T. R. McEwen. 967.01 ; A. W. McGuire, 514.28; 
J. F. McGuire, 440.38; G. G. McNab, 495.22; J. McNeice, 349.65; W. R. McVittie, 
808.84; T. S. Melady, 387.73; L. P. Menzies, 695.43; J. R. Millette, 1,005.63; 
J. L. Mitchener, 517.10; W. H. T. Mooney, 407.37; J. L. Moore, 1,048.86; S. A. 
Morrison, 550.42; A. E. Nelson, 1,019.43; L. Norman, 318.66; J. W. Odell, 175.34; 
H. B. Paul, 178.95; H. J. Payette, 1,326.86; G. A. Pearson, 714.42; G. E. Pentland, 
958.61; Z. S. Phimister, 291.83; J. R. Pickering, 1,301.62; V. C. Quarry, 1,017.85; 
M. R. Reid, 149.73; S. D. Rendall, 1,385.79; F. S. Rivers, 568.70; R. H. Roberts, 
402.31; J. B. Robinson, 178.68; C. B. Routley, 892.06; J. V. Scanlan, 343.52; 
J. H. Sexton, 155.08; S. Shannon, 761.71; L. L. Skuce, 910.72; D. G. Smith, 
527.01; F. P. Smith, 316.29; J. C. Smith, 859.08; W. F. Smith, 497.34; E. E. 
Snider, 523.12; R. O. Staples, 579.66; W. J. Stewart, 577.10; C. E. Stothers, 
1,109.68; T. J. Thompson, 524.03; W. W. A. Trench, 377.59; S. A. Truscott, 
428.34; D. T. Walkom, 664.71; J. C. Walsh, 608.43; J. C. Webster, 467.44; N. R. 
Wightman, 1,205.91 ; J. E. Wilkinson, 329.36; L. J. Williams, 424.23; J. J. Wilson, 
963.25; G. Young, 1,165.53 84,678 73 

Miscellaneous: 

Canadian School Journal, 100.00; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 155.35; King's Printer, 
6,644.41 ; Librarie Beauchemin Limitee, 116.61 ; Office Specialty Manufacturing 

Co., Ltd., 382.98; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., 135.70; Cartage and express, 145.26; 

accounts under $100, 296.33 7,976 64 

Inspection of Indian Schools ($2,458.20) 

Sundry Inspectors, services, 1,808.00; expenses, 650.20 2,458 20 

Inspection of Schools Branch $536,220 73 



DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS BRANCH 

Salaries ($51,271.88) 

Permanent 

Cowles, J. P Registrar and Assistant Deputy Minister. . 12 months 5,200 00 

Beecroft, W. A Head Clerk " 3,000 00 

Blake, F. J Clerk, Group 1 " 1,300 00 

Burnham, A. M Head Clerk * 2,700 00 

Carson, J. E Clerk, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Coleman, H.J " " 1 u 1,500 00 

Coleman, M. E " " 2 " 1,125 00 

Ferguson, D. O. T " " 1 " 1,400 00 

Foy, N. M Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,300 00 

Hynes, I Senior Clerk u 1,800 00 

Johnston, R. C Clerk, Group 1 " 1,200 00 






1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 27 

Departmental Examinations Branch — -Continued 

Salaries, Permanent — Continued 

Johnston, R. J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 ll}/£ months 934 38 

Leadbetter, B Confidential Printer and Head Clerk 12 " 2,700 00 

Lyons, G Assistant Registrar " 3,600 00 

McCullough, A Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 6 " 487 50 

Nesbitt, M Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,500 00 

Parr, W Assistant to Confidential Printer " 1,600 00 

Patterson, R. A Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

Riddell, B Principal Clerk 2,400 00 

Simpson, H. M Secretarial Stenographer 1,500 00 

Simpson, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 975 00 

Spence, I.N Senior Clerk " 2,000 00 

Standeaven, T Senior Clerk Stenographer 1,300 00 

Sutton, M Clerk, Group 1 " 1,600 00 

Thornton, W. R Senior Clerk " 1,700 00 

Trowell, E Clerk, Group 1 " 1,600 00 

Truax, U. M " " 1 " 1,400 00 

Westwood, G. J Senior Clerk " 1,700 00 

Wickens, M Clerk Typist, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Maintenance ($18,260.86) 

Burroughs Adding Machine of Canada, Ltd., 127.80; Johnson Office Furniture 
Co., 220.00; King's Printer, 15,054.49; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., 
Ltd., 160.40; Remington Rand, Ltd., 235.90; W. H. Steele, 138.00; Thomas & 

Corney Typewriters, Ltd., 249.00; University of Toronto, 1,502.72; Cartage, 

express and freight, 149.56; postage, 209.00; accounts under $100, 213.99 18,260 86 

Services and Travelling Expenses ($202,299.11) 

Sundry Examiners, services, 188,740.38; expenses, 13,558.73 202,299 11 

Assistants re Examinations ($47,251.33) 
Sundry Clerks 47,251 33 

Departmental Examinations Branch $319,083 18 

TEXT-BOOKS BRANCH 

Salaries ($1,333.33) 

Permanent 

Elborn, H. E General Editor of Text-Books 3 months 950 00 

Kerfoot, H. W « " « " 1 " 383 33 

Travelling Expenses ($533.20) 

L. Charbonneau, 40.00; H. E. Elborn, 417.20; E. G. Holden,5.45; F.C. A. Jeanneret, 

18.75; J. G. McEachern, 38.00; J. C. Walsh, 13.80 533 20 

Maintenance ($6,418.80) 
Services: 

L. Charbonneau, 300.00; B. Dick, 120.00; E. G. Holden, 113.50; W. E. Hume, 
266.00; H. W. Kerfoot, 383.33; J. G. McEachern, 106.00; J. A. Surerus, 280.00; 
M. Tirol, 24.00; J. C. Walsh, 132.00; S. A. Watson, 1,100.00; M. C. Young, 
70.00 2.894 83 



Miscellaneous: 

T. H. Best Ptg. Co., Ltd., 110.00; J. Charbonneau, 220.00; Hunter-Rose Co., 

Ltd., 570.00; King's Printer, 562.09; Ryerson Press, 1,804.00; Cartage and 

freight, 1.00; postage, 3.00; accounts under $100, 253.88 3,523 97 

a 



Subventions to Publishers ($51,933.85) 

:anadian Watchman Press, 199.13; Copp Clark Co., Ltd., 6,994.92; T. Eaton Co., 
Ltd., 11,587.19; W.J. Gage Co., Ltd., 11,650.56; Hunter Rose Co., Ltd., 1,692.93; 
T. Nelson & Sons, Ltd., 13,512.84; Ryerson Press, 6,296.28 51,933 85 



Text-Books Branch $60,219 18 



C 28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



TRAINING SCHOOLS BRANCH 
Salaries ($4,949.94) 

Permanent 

Karr. W. J Director of Professional Training Schools. . 9 months 3,749 94 

Crawford, E. V Clerk Typist, Group 1 12 " 1,200 00 

Travelling, Moving Expenses and Maintenance ($224.08) 

W. J. Karr, 162.05; Customs and express, 12.85; accounts under $100, 49.18 ... 224 08 

Grants to Teachers engaged in Model School Training ($41,007.00) 

Sundry Teachers: 

Hamilton, 5,506.00; London, 6,778.50; North Bay, 2,212.50; Ottawa, 2,404.50; 
Peterborough, 3,931.50; Stratford, 4,751.50; Toronto, 7,967.50; University of 
Ottawa, 7,455.00 41,007 00 

Grants to Caretakers for Services in Model Schools ($685.00) 

Sundry Caretakers: 

Hamilton, 60.00; London, 120.00; Ottawa, 80.00; Peterborough, 60.00; Stratford, 

100.00; Toronto, 80.00; University of Ottawa, 185.00 685 00 

Temporary Teachers, Normal and Model Schools in Case 
of Illness or on Leave ($641.50) 

Sundry Teachers 641 50 

Travelling and Moving Expenses of Normal and Model School 
Teachers Transferred ($374.39) 

A. F. Hagerman, 103.20; A. MacDonald, 90.00; J. V. Mclntyre, 131.66; R. H. 

Roberts, 49.53 374 39 

Grants to Public, Separate, High and Continuation School Boards 
for Use of Schools for Observation Purposes ($5,506.34) 

Hamilton, 960.00; London, 840.00; North Bay, 828.00; Ottawa, 600.00; Peter- 
borough, 645.00; Stratford, 793.34; Toronto, 480.00; University of Ottawa, 360.00 5,506 34 

Grants to Teachers in Public, Separate, High and Continuation Schools 
used for Observation Purposes ($13,461.78) 

Sundry Teachers: 

Hamilton, 2,050.00; London, 1,725.00; North Bay, 2,075.00; Ottawa, 1,500.00; 
Peterborough, 1,325.00; Stratford, 2,002.78; Toronto, 2,784.00 13,461 78 

Travelling Expenses of Normal School Students to Rural, Public and 
Separate Schools and for Nature Study ($3,977.10) 

Hamilton, 368.80; London, 511.22; North Bay, 714.82; Ottawa, 969.38; Peterborough, 

293.17; Stratford, 443.59; Toronto, 676.12 3,977 10 

Grants to Teachers who have completed successfully the Second Year Course 
in an Ontario Normal School ($16,532.75) 

Sundry Teachers 16,532 75 

Medical Examination of Students making application for admission to 
the different Training Schools for Teachers ($6,665.55) 

Sundry Doctors, 6,433.00; Sundry Students, travelling expenses, 232.55 6,665 55 

Training Schools Branch $94,025 43 



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NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS 

Toronto 

Salaries ($100,109.33) 

Permanent 



Normal School Staff: 
Mustard, T 



Principal 7 months 2,333 33 

a " Master 5 " 1,583 34 

Whyte, D Principal 5 months 

Aitken, W. E. M Master 12 u 

Apperley, G. S Instructor, Group 1 

Brown, M. W " u 3 

Conover, E. G " " 1 6 " 

Firth, J. W Master 12 " 

Halliday, F. F " 

Hare, A. F Instructor, Group 3 

Hay, M. E u " 1 

Hickling, O. I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Johnston, O. I Instructor, Group 1 5 " 

Johnston, R. A Master 12 " 

Keefe, N Instructor, Group 1 

Kendrick, W. K. F Master 

Macdonald, A " 7 " 

Merchant, J, L Librarian 12 " 

Mooney, W. H. T Master " 

Patterson, A. M " 

Rennie, E. B Secretary 

Russell, V. E Instructor, Group 1 

St. John, E Assistant Librarian 

Young, M. C Master " 

Model School Staff: 

McCordic, F. M Headmaster 12 months 

Bale, E Instructor, Group 3 (Part time) 

Bouck, C. D Assistant Master 12 months 

Campbell, M. A Assistant Kindergarten Directress 5 u 

Care, J. I a " " 6% " 

Crawford, K Teacher 12 " 

Cross, J. I " 

DeLestard, M Instructor, Group 3 9 " 

Evans, M. R Teacher 12 

Fuller, V. S u 12 months 1,600 00 

Less leave of absence 248 89 

Greig, J Pianist (Part time) 

Harding, L. B Teacher 12 months 

Hodgins, M. E Kindergarten Directress " 

Kendall, R. G Assistant Master " 

McKay, J. M Teacher 

McLeod, A Assistant Master " 

McMullen, C. E " " 

Sharpe, C. T " " 

Soden, D. R Teacher " 

Watterworth, M. M " " 



3,916 67 

1,916 65 

3,450 00 

2,700 00 

600 00 

900 00 

3,800 00 

3,800 00 

675 00 

2,700 00 

825 00 

791 65 

3,300 00 

1,900 00 

3,450 00 

2,216 70 

2,550 00 

3,800 00 

3,800 00 

1,300 00 

1,800 00 

1,300 00 

3,150 00 



3,800 00 
525 00 

2,700 00 
583 30 
800 00 

1,500 00 

2,100 00 
599 94 

1,500 00 

1,351 11 
300 00 
2,100 00 
1,900 00 
2,000 00 
1,600 00 
2,700 00 
1,900 00 
2,700 00 
1,600 00 
2,100 00 



Maintenance Staff: 

Cooper, H. W Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. . 12 months 2,400 00 

Chandler, G Stationery Engineer, Group 3 7 " 933 31 

Leyland, W. H Cleaner and Helper 12 " 1,200 00 

McCallum, H Charwoman " 775 00 

Sloan, J Fireman, Group 1 * 1,400 00 

Turner, T. R " u 1 « 1,400 00 

Worley, W. G Cleaner and Helper " 1,200 00 



Normal School Staff: 
Home, J. M 



Temporary 
Instructor, Group 1 . . . . 



12 months 1,800 00 



Travelling Expenses ($10.00) 






T. Mustard. 



10 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Normal and Model Schools— Continued 

Toronto— Continued 

Maintenance ($22,725.72) 

Books, Magazines and Papers 1,618 72 

Furniture, Furnishings, etc 516 74 

Stationery and Printing 2,570 50 

Apparatus, Domestic Science and Kindergarten Supplies . . 2,986 39 

Fuel, Light, Power and Water 4,789 02 

Wages and Expenses of Buildings and Grounds 9,693 14 

Miscellaneous 551 21 

Central Scientific Company of Canada, Ltd., 114.43; J. M. Dent & Sons, Ltd., 
108.31; Dustbane Products, Ltd., 176.89; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 293.27; W. J. 
Gage Co., Ltd., 264.23 ; Heintzman & Co., Ltd., 168.77 ; G. M. Hendry Co., 
Ltd., 377.85; H. S. Howland, Sons & Co., Ltd., 247.32; King's Printer, 2,812.93; 
R. Long & Sons, Ltd., 113.74; Macmillan Company of Canada, Ltd., 155.60; 
Mathews, McCutcheon & Co., 116.35; Milnes Coal Co., Ltd., 277.06; Pay 
List, wages of charwomen, 7,974.50; Pay List, wages of men, 284.00; E. Rogers 
Co., Ltd., 2,627.28; Ryerson Press, 204.61; Scarfe & Co., Ltd., 398.76; J. B. 
Smith & Sons, Ltd., 226.78; W. Stanfield, 111.06; Superior Electric Supply 
Co., Ltd., 171.23; City of Toronto, 629.40; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 

1,199.52; J. C. Waugh, 246.60; Cartage and express, 5.42; newspapers 

and periodicals, 191.65; postage, 112.49; telegrams, 1.78; telephone, 217.33; 

accounts under $100, 2,896.56 22,725 72 

Payment to the Toronto Board of Education ($960.00) 

Toronto Board of Education, use of class rooms 960 00 

Toronto Normal and Model Schools $123,805 05 



Ottawa 

Salaries ($71,075.00) 

Permanent 



Normal School Staff: 



Jones, F. A Principal 

Ault, O. E Master 

Barrigar, F. L Instructor, Group 1 . 

Bowers, H Master 

Clifford, M. K " 

Fleming, R. F Instructor, Group 1. 

Grant, C Librarian 

Green, C. E Instructor, Group 1 . 

Logan, J. C " " 3. 

MacRae, D " " 1. 

Marshall, E. M Secretary 

McKinney, Q. S Instructor, Group 1. 

Monaghan, L. E " " 1. 

Smith, G. R Master 



Model School Staff 

Oakes, E Headmaster 12 months 

Baker, A. H Kindergarten-Directress 

Birkin, K. O Assistant Master 

Clark, E. R Teacher 7 

Cleland, M. O " 

Cluff, E. M " 

Elliott, M. R " 

Graham, D Assistant Kindergarten Directress. . . . 

Lynch, R Teacher 

Mitchell, E " 

Redfern, H. C Assistant Master 

Sherin, A. E Teacher 

Stafford, P. A. M " 

Timanus, C. E Assistant Master 

Williams, M. W Teacher 



12 months 


4,400 00 


« 


3,150 00 


« 


1,800 00 


a 


3,450 00 


« 


3,800 00 


« 


2,700 00 


« 


2,300 00 


It 


2,700 00 


« 


675 00 


« 


1,900 00 


a 


1,300 00 


a 


2,000 00 


u 


2,700 00 


a 


3,800 00 


12 months 


3,150 00 


« 


2,200 00 


« 


2,550 00 


7 t 


875 00 


12 ■ 


2,100 00 


5 ■ 


875 00 


12 " 


2,100 00 


« 


1,700 00 


« 


2,100 00 


« 


2,000 00 


« 


1,900 00 


« 


2,100 00 


« 


1,600 00 


« 


1,900 00 


« 


1,600 00 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C_31 

Normal and Model Schools— Continued 

Ottawa — Salaries — Continued 
Maintenance Staff: 

Hardy, A Caretaker 12 months 1,300 00 

Heeney, A Stationary Engineer, Group 3 1,600 00 

McCorkell, J Watchman " 1,300 00 

Pearce, B Fireman, Group 1 u 1,400 00 

Temporary 
Normal School Staff: 

Wadsworth, M Acting Secretary 1 month 50 00 

Travelling Expenses ($77.40) 
F. A. Jones, 39.25; H. MacMurchy, 38.15 77 40 

Maintenance ($13,467.69) 

Books, Magazines and Papers 1,725 51 

Furniture, Furnishings, etc 679 02 

Stationery and Printing 1,751 02 

Apparatus, Domestic Science and Kindergarten Supplies. . 1,165 69 

Fuel, Light, Power and Water 4,942 35 

Wages, Expenses of Buildings and Grounds 2,709 14 

Miscellaneous 494 96 

C. W. Collins, 259.00; D. K. Edwards, Ltd., 114.53; W. J. Gage Co., Ltd., 271.52; 
J. Heney & Son, Ltd., 377.00; J. Hill, 215.43; Independent Coal & Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 2,674.39; King's Printer, 1,669.46; Macmillan Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 134.65; K. McDonald & Sons, Ltd., 138.19; C. Ogilvie, Ltd., 163.09; 
City of Ottawa, 899.34; Ottawa Hydro-Electric Commission, 957.27; Pay 
List, wages of charwomen, 1,890.00; Pay List, wages of men, 122.33; W. A. Rankin, 

Ltd., 392.95; Ryerson Press, 212.64; Wilkinson Paper Sales, 121.30; Cartage, 

express and freight, 50.00; newspapers and periodicals, 295.75; postage, 55.50; 

telegrams, 1.77; telephone, 164.68; accounts under $100, 2,286.90 13,467 69 

Payment to Ottawa Public and Collegiate Institute School Boards ($425.00) 

Public School Board, use of class rooms, 165.00; Collegiate Institute Board, use 

of class rooms, 260.00 425 00 

Ottawa Normal and Model Schools $85,045 09 



London 

Salaries ($33,574.96) 

Permanent 



Mark, C. E Principal 

Clarke, T. E Master 

Davidson, I Instructor, Group 1 

Emery, D. E " " 1. 

Gahan, L Librarian 

Hagerman, A. F Instructor, Group 1 

Hofferd, G. W Master 

Marshall, W. F Instructor. Group 3 

McEachern, J. G Master 

McKone, E. H " 

Prendergast, W. R Secretary 

Rider, D Instructor, Group 2 

Wheeler, C. E « " 2. 



months 


4,200 00 


u 


3,800 00 


u 


1,900 00 


a 


1,750 00 


u 


2,550 00 


u 


2,700 00 


u 


3,800 00 


a 


675 00 


a 


3,800 00 


a 


3,800 00 


a 


1,050 00 


u 


1,125 00 


a 


1,125 00 



Temporary 
Ryckman, C Acting Stationary Engineer, Group 3 12 months 1,299 96 



C 32 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Normal and Model Schools — Continued 

London — Continued 

Travelling Expenses ($35.20) 

H. MacMurchy, 21.65; C. E. Mark, 13.55 35 20 

Maintenance ($5,457.46) 

Books, Magazines and Papers 370 40 

Furniture, Furnishings, etc 1 20 47 

Stationery and Printing 311 24 

Apparatus, Domestic Science and Kindergarten Supplies . . 501 88 

Fuel, Light, Power and Water 1,132 51 

Wages and Expenses of Buildings and Grounds 2,719 08 

Miscellaneous 301 88 

Barnes Coal & Supply Co., 746.20; King's Printer, 235.84; London Window 
Cleaning Co., 100.00; Pay List, wages of charwomen, 1,328.97; Pay List, wages 

of men, 1,012.65; Public Utilities Commission, London, 372.39; Cartage, 

express and freight, 12.72; newspapers and periodicals, 125.00; postage, 89.48; 

telegrams, .35, telephone, 157.60; accounts under $100, 1,276.26 5,457 46 

Payment to the London Board of Education ($1,120.00) 

London Board of Education, use of class rooms 1,120 00 

London Normal School $40,187 62 

Hamilton 

Salaries ($33,664.10) 

Permanent 

McMillan, G. O Principal 12 months 4,400 00 

Burns, D. W Instructor, Group 2 " 1,125 00 

Davidson, J. H Master 2/5 " 126 66 

Duncan, D Stationary Engineer, Group 3 12 " 1 ,600 00 

Elliott, C. E Instructor, Group 1 " 2,700 00 

Irving, M. G. N Master " 3,800 00 

Lockett, H. G " " 3,800 00 

Lowry, J. E Secretarv " 1,050 00 

Mann, F. H Caretaker, Group 1 u 1,300 00 

McCready, M. L Librarian " 2,000 00 

Mclntyre, J. V Master 7 " 1,925 00 

Park, A. J Instructor, Group 3 12 " 675 00 

Partridge, J. A Master " 3,450 00 

Seavey, M. G Instructor, Group 2 " 1,125 00 

Stares, H. A " " 2 11 " 1,283 26 

Strieker, W. L " " 1 12 " 2,300 00 



Davidson, J. H Master. 



Temporary 



4 3/5 



1,004 18 



Travelling Expenses ($25.90) 
H. MacMurchy, 16.80; G. O. McMillan, 9.10 



25 90 



Maintenance ($6,208.67) 

Books, Magazines and Papers 556 12 

Furniture, Furnishings, etc 120 75 

Stationery and Printing 969 47 

Apparatus, Domestic Science and Kindergarten Supplies . . 890 07 

Fuel, Light, Power and Water 1,517 95 

W 7 ages and Expenses of Buildings and Grounds 1,658 15 

Miscellaneous 496 16 



City of Hamilton, 201.75; Gillies-Guy, Ltd., 944.06; Hamilton Hydro-Electric 
System, 361.04; King's Printer, 1,210.16; Pay List, wages of charwomen, 
1,036.00; Pay List, wages of men, 251.75; Ryerson Press, 104.91; Steele Briggs 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



C33 






Normal and Model Schools — Continued 

Hamilton — Maintenance— Continued 

Seed Co., Ltd., 118.33; Wood, Alexander & James, Ltd., 109.91; Zion Gym- 
nasium Committee, 125.00; Cartage and express, 25.93; newspapers and 

periodicals, 124.00; postage, 55.00; telegrams, .35; telephone, 115.77; accounts 

under $100, 1,424.71 6,208 67 

Payment to the Hamilton Board of Education ($860.00) 

Hamilton Board of Education, use of class rooms 860 00 

Hamilton Normal School $40,758 67 






Peterborough 

Salaries ($29,491.65) 

Permanent 



Bannister, J. A Principal 12 months 4,400 00 

Bonney, H. A Stationary Engineer, Group 3 1,600 00 

Heard, R. C Caretaker, Group 1 " 1,300 00 

Johnston, O.I Instructor, Group 1 7 " 1 , 108 35 

Latimer, B Secretary 12 " 1,300 00 

MacDonald, A Master 5 " 1,583 30 

MacVannel, E Instructor, Group 1 " 1,125 00 

Madill, A. J Master 12 " 3,800 00 

Mclntyre, J. V " 5 " 1,375 00 

McKone, J. A Instructor, Group 3 12 " 675 00 

Munro, E. M Librarian " 2,550 00 

Park, M Master " 3,450 00 

Rannie, M. R Instructor, Group 2 " 2,075 00 

Roberts, R. H Master 7 " 2,100 00 

Wagar, C Instructor, Group 2 9 " 787 50 



Wagar, C. 



Temporary 
Instructor, Group 2 . . . . 



3 months 



262 50 



Travelling Expenses ($763.50) 

J. A. Bannister, 21.55; H. MacMurchy, 20.40; R. H. Roberts, 5.55; W. L. Strieker, 
716.00 



Maintenance ($3,648.00) 

Books, Magazines and Papers 


349 42 


Furniture, Furnishings, etc 

Stationery and Printing 

Apparatus, Domestic Science and Kindergarten Supplies . . 
Fuel Light, Power and Water 


96 34 

254 08 

507 46 

1,264 30 


Wages and Expenses of Buildings and Grounds 


980 76 


Miscellaneous 


195 64 



Conger Lehigh Coal Co., Ltd., 1,013.60; Higgins Hardware Co., 146.34; King's 
Printer, 251.83; Peterborough Public Utilities Commission, 250.70; Pay List, 

wages of charwomen, 763.01; Cartage and express, 21.29, newspapers and 

periodicals, 118.18; postage, 55.00; telegrams, .35; telephone, 63.19; accounts 
under $100, 964.51 



763 50 



3,648 00 






Payment to the Peterborough Board of Education ($640.00) 

Peterborough Board of Education, use of class rooms 

Peterborough Normal School $34,543 15 



640 00 



C34 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Normal and Model Schools — Continued 
Stratford 

Salaries ($27,649.18) 

Permanent 

Martyn, H. G Principal 1 

Bell, C. F Caretaker, Group 1 

Cottle, E. M Instructor, Group 2 

Ellis, W. J Stationary Engineer, Group 3 

Everson, E. M Instructor, Group 1 

Hainan, L. R Master 

Johnston, A. J Librarian 1 

Manning, H. G Master 

Mayberry, H Instructor, Group 2 

Miller, E. A Master 1 

Rothwell, W. B Instructor, Group 2 

Sebben, M . M Secretary 



Temporary 



Davidson, J. H Master. 



2 months 


4,200 00 


" 


1,400 00 


« 


1,400 00 


u 


1,600 00 


u 


2,700 00 


8 " 


2,533 28 


2 " 


2,550 00 


u 


3,800 00 


5 ■ 


583 30 


2 " 


3,300 00 


u 


1,400 00 


u 


1,300 00 


4 months 


882 60 



Travelling Expenses ($492.45) 

J. H. Davidson, 139.30; D. Emery, 146.60; A. F. Hagerman, 164.15; H. MacMurchy, 
21.60; H. G. Manning, 8.65; H. G. Martyn, 5.40; W. Park, 6.75 



Maintenance ($4,682.28) 

Books, Magazines and Papers 

Furniture, Furnishings, etc 

Stationery and Printing 

Apparatus, Domestic Science and Kindergarten Supplies 

Fuel, Light, Power and Water 

Wages and Expenses of Buildings and Grounds 

Miscellaneous 



369 69 
173 80 
340 66 
657 94 
1,586 77 
1,329 87 
223 55 



492 45 



N. R. Fiebig, 1,271.84; J. H. Kenner, 112.90; King's Printer, 333.91; McDermid 
& Kyle, Ltd., 100.36; Pay List, wages of charwomen, 980.54; Pay List, wages 

of men, 186.05; Stratford Public Utilities Commission, 305.04; Cartage, 

express and freight, 23.34; newspapers and periodicals, 117.15; postage, 45.22; 

telegrams, 1.71; telephone, 71.90; accounts under $100, 1,132.32 4,682 28 

Payment to the Stratford Board of Education ($780.00) 

Stratford Board of Education, use of class rooms * 780 00 

Stratford Normal School $33,603 91 



North Bay 

Salaries ($30,175.00) 

Permanent 

Ricker, H. E Principal 12 month 

Bamford, H. L Instructor, Group 1 

Chambers, J. E " a 1 

Irwin, J " " 1 

Jackson, H. E Caretaker 

McCubbin, K Secretary 

Mitchell, H. B Master and Librarian 12 months 

Less leave of absence 

Morgan, G .Master 

Neale, W. J " 

Preston, E Instructor. Group 1 

Rivers, F. S Master 

Wharram, F Stationary Engineer, Group 3 

Travelling Expenses ($64.05) 
H. MacMurchy, 34.75; H. E. Ricker, 29.30 



12 months 


' 4,200 00 


a 


2,000 00 


u 


2,700 00 


u 


1,900 00 


u 


1,300 00 


a 


1,300 00 


2,550 00 




425 00 


2,125 00 


12 months 


3,800 00 


U 


3,800 00 


u 


2,000 00 


u 


3,450 00 


u 


1,600 00 



64 05 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 35 

Normal and Model Schools — -Continued 
North Bay — 'Continued 
Maintenance ($3,550.60) 



Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 288.36; King's Printer, 215.16; Pay 
List, wages of charwomen, 557.10; Pay List, wages of men, 319.69; Quality Fuels, 

Ltd., 901.88; Cartage, express and freight, 28.65; newspapers and periodicals, 

77.67; postage, 42.50; telegrams, 3.06; telephone, 66.43; accounts under $100, 

749.25 3,550 60 



Books, Magazines and Papers 373 76 

Furniture, Furnishings, etc 72 93 

Stationery and Printing 215 16 

Apparatus, Domestic Science and Kindergarten Supplies. . 261 49 

Fuel, Light, Power and Water 1,467 21 

Wages and Expenses of Buildings and Grounds 760 42 

Miscellaneous 399 63 









Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($665.30) 

Sundry Students 665 30 

North Bay Normal School $34,454 95 

University of Ottawa Normal School 

Salaries ($30,210.00) 

Permanent 

Lamoureux, R Principal 12 months 4,600 00 

Bechard, J Master " 3,800 00 

Beneteau, A. J " " 3,800 00 

Charbonneau, L " " 3,800 00 

Parent, A. M. I Secretary " 1,050 00 

St. Denis, R Master " 3,600 00 

Tarte, M. B Librarian " 1,900 00 

Watson, E. J Master " 3,600 00 

Temporary 

Lemieux, H Teacher 12 months 3,000 00 

Gravel, J Instructor in Music (Part time) 440 00 

Logan, J. C Instructor in Writing " 620 00 

Travelling Expenses ($73.80) 
R. Lamoureux 73 80 

Maintenance ($1,458.27) 

Books, Magazines and Papers 28 64 

Stationery and Printing 465 76 

Purchase of Equipment 807 09 

Miscellaneous 156 78 

King's Printer, 387.61; Moyer School Supplies, Ltd., 219.40; Office Specialty Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 507.80; Cartage, express and freight, 18.54; newspapers 

and periodicals, 2.00; postage, 20.11; telegrams, 5.38; accounts under $100, 

297.43 1,458 27 

Books for Library ($723.76) 
Beauchesne Getses Fils, 220.91 ; Accounts under $100, 502.85 723 76 

University of Ottawa for use of Building, Equipment and 
Accommodation ($14,000.00) 

University of Ottawa 14,000 00 

Separate School Board, Ottawa, for use of Schools for Training 
of Teachers ($1,120.00) 

Ottawa Roman Catholic Separate School Board 1,120 00 



C36 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Normal and Model Schools — Continued 

University of Ottawa Normal School — Continued 

Board and Travelling Expenses of Students ($27,006.69) 

Sundry Students 27,006 69 

University of Ottawa Normal School $74,592 52 

Normal and Model Schools $466,990 96 

HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGIATE INSTITUTES BRANCH 
Salaries ($35,675.00) 

Permanent 

Rogers, G. F Chief Inspector of Secondary Schools 12 months 6,000 00 

Anglin, R. W Inspector " 4 600 00 

Gray, G. L " 7 " 2,450 00 

Hooper, A. G " 12 " 4,600 00 

Jennings, W. A " " 4,600 00 

Wallace, R. H " " 4,200 00 

Dix, G Secretary " 2,000 00 

Manion, M. G Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

Beech, W Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,125 00 

Temporary 
Husband, A. J Inspector 12 months 4,600 00 

Travelling and Moving Expenses ($14,068.59) 

R. W. Anglin, 1,503.84; L. C. Augustine, 63.03; B. F. Brimicombe, 26.75; A. W. 
Cameron, 12.15; L. C. Coburn, 15.76; R. C. Dearie, 189.75; A. G. Dorland, 
192.70; M. M. Douglas, 87.95; R. O. Earl, 262.35; J. W. Edwards, 439.00; H. S. 
Elliott, 28.95; G. L. Gray, 781.54; J. F. Guenther, 11.05; A. G. Hooper, 1,592.66; 
A. J. Husband, 1,422.45; H. W. Jamieson, 103.25; F. C. A. Jeanneret, 18.20; W. A. 
Jennings, 1,537.43; F. E. Johnston, 74.25; L. G. Keill, 55.80; H. R. Kingston, 
198.85; W. F. Langford, 138.65; F. R. Lorriman, 14.70; C. A.Laurine, 19.89; H. J. 
MacKay, 146.25; R. N. McKenzie, 59.65; O. G. Marshall, 22.25; W. D. Mac- 
Callum, 9.60; A. T. McLachlin, 24.85; W. S. McLay, 23.00; R. J. McQueen, 
48.80; M. V. McQueen, 94.30; N. Miller, 285.45; S. P. Morgan, 25.95; J. Muir, 
167.30; T. W. Oates, 26.90; M. H. O'Donohue, 53.10; F. J. Patten, 117.10; W. D. 
Paton, 25.35; H. Poupart, 218.85; A. E. Prince, 133.25; F. H. Pugh, 12.00; 
D. R. Rattrav, 12.00; J. K. Robertson, 107.75; G. F. Rogers, 430.54; J. D. Rolph, 
38.15; G. N.Ruhnke, 3.50; W. J. Salter, 13.60; W. N. Sexsmith, 165.40; J. P. 
Stein, 12.00; W. J. A. Stewart, 146.85; J. F. Swavze, 213.80; J. H. Stuart, 37.50; 
P. H. Tacon, 12.85; J. B. Temple, 27.00; M. Tirol, 230.45; F. D. Wallace, 572.00; 
R. H. Wallace, 1,136.40; W. B. Wallen, 496.50; J. S. Wilson, 77.40; A. H. Wing- 
field, 50.00 14,068 59 

Maintenance ($18,382.09) 

Federation of Ontario Naturalists, 300.00; King's Printer, 3,781.20; Sundry Teachers, 

services of committees, 13,884.77; Accounts under $100, 416.12 18,382 09 

Grants, High Schools and Collegiate Institutes, including 
Districts ($774,051.24) 

Alexandria, 1,407.57; Alliston, 2,091.56; Almonte, 2,507.32; Amherstburg, 1,723.24; 
Arnprior, 7,709.99; Arthur, 2,536.46; Athens, 3,490.54; Aurora, 2,922.32; Avon- 
more, 1,244.97; Aylmer, 1,644,07; Barrie, 6,731.81; Beamsville, 3,005.35; Belle- 
ville, 5,064.26; Blenheim, 3,914.76; Bowmanville, 4,886.57; Bracebridge, 8,056.68; 
Bradford, 1,869.50; Brampton, 3,769.02; Brantford, 2,404.58; Brighton, 1,614.10; 
Brockville, 4,491.83; Burford, 1,51 1.91 ; Burlington, 4,017.79; Caledonia, 5,775.62; 
Campbellford, 2,715.08; Capreol, 4,147.94; Carleton Place, 3,246.50; Cayuga, 
3,892.18; Chapleau, 4,263.20; Chatham, 2,468.10; Cheslev, 2,933.50; Chester- 
ville, 2,033.76; Clinton, 3,534.24; Cobalt, 10,169.87; Cobourg, 5,326.42; Cochrane, 
5,470.35; Colborne, 2,324.00; Collingwood, 4,760.10; Copper Cliff, 7,486.03; 
Cornwall, 2,630.34; Deseronto, 1,997.50; Dryden, 2,406.16; Dundalk, 2,534.78; 
Dundas, 1,936.78; Dunnville, 5,577.87; Durham, 3,211.63; Dutton, 1,956.79; 
Elmira, 3,530.55; Elora. 1,075.37; Embrun, 987.07; Englehart, 2,050.42; Essex, 



I- 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 37 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes Branch— Continued 

Grants — Continued 

4,724.28; Etobicoke, 4,763.30; Exeter, 2,900.60; Fergus, 4,264.16; Finch, 2,353.92; 
Flesherton, 1,310.95; Forest, 3,138.95; Fort Erie, 2,519.36; Fort Frances, 
7,985.94; Fort William, 3,895.00; Gait, 2,190.81; Gananoque, 2,230.34; George- 
town, 1,974.14; Glencoe, 2,196.73; Goderich, 4,868.24; Gore Bay, 1,848.14; 
Gravenhurst, 2,615.34; Grimsby, 2,248.79; Guelph, 2,996.28; Hagersville, 
5,500.78; Haileybury, 4,891.62; Hamilton, 5,818.29; Hanover, 4,052.80; Harriston, 
1,491.40; Havelock, 1,687.68; Hawkesbury, 4,913.17; Huntsville, 5,624.37; 
Ingersoll. 3,382.60; Iroquois, 2,831.69; Iroquois Falls, 11,455.64; Kapuskasing, 
4,962.28; Keewatin, 2,173.02; Kemptville, 4,946.48; Kenora, 4,870.98; Kin- 
cardine, 2,449.72; Kingston, 6,107.07; Kingsville, 1,603.05; Kirkland Lake, 
3,798.74; Kitchener, 2,029.22; Lakefield, 2,642.64; Leamington, 2,144.19; Lindsay, 
6.336.69; Listowel, 2,443.27; London, 10.287.77; Lucan, 2,462.15; Lucknow, 
2,389.85; Madoc, 3,988.01; Markdale, 2,518.71; Markham, 4,642.23; Marmora, 
2,995.93; Mattawa, 2,011.90; Maxville, 2,431.30; Meaford, 4,836.66; Merritton, 
1,660.58; Midland, 3,234.43; Milton, 1,816.22; Mimico, 12,469.61; Mitchell, 
2,833.40; Morewood, 1,073.28; Morrisburg, 3,487.85; Mount Forest, 1,825.87; 
Napanee, 5,270.13; Nepean, 3,390.30; Newburgh, 1,858.79; Newcastle, 843.63; 
New Liskeard, 7,754.70; Newmarket, 5,294.83; Niagara, 1,463.54; Niagara Falls, 
1,915.50; Niagara Falls South, 2,464.41 ; North Bay, 5,242.94; Norwich, 2,664.65; 
Norwood, 2,846.44; Oakville, 2,003.67; Omemee, 741.72; Orangeville, 3,340.37; 
Orillia, 4,408.42; Oshawa, 2,260.80; Ottawa, 4,425.67; Owen Sound, 2,801.80; 
Paris, 2,241.74; Parkhill, 1,507.75; Parry Sound, 3,852.40; Pembroke, 1,963.50; 
Penetanguishene, 2,825.54; Perth, 5,480.99; Peterborough, 1,974.49; Petrolia, 
4,924.51; Picton, 1,961.02; Plantagenet, 1,428.17; Port Arthur, 3,877.00; Port 
Colborne, 3,044.25; Port Credit, 5,791.93; Port Dover, 1,094.62; Port Elgin, 
2,165.32; Port Hope, 3,638.28; Port Perrv, 2,948.53; Port Rowan, 801.17; Prescott, 
2 684.47; Rainy River, 2,750.36; Renfrew, 2,715.15; Richmond Hill, 3,263.89; 
Ridgetown, 3,566.25; Ridgeway, 1,798.98; Rockland, 2,932.75; Saltfleet, 1,678.81; 
Sarnia, 3,012.79; Sault Ste. Marie, 9,486.30; Scarborough, 3,445.53; Schumacher, 
3,519.14; Seaforth, 3,439.76; Shelburne, 3,192.96; Simcoe, 2,052.99; Smith's 
Falls, 5,554.40; Smithville, 1,629.95; South Porcupine, 6,999.70; St. Catharines, 
3,885.01 ; St. Marv's, 4,141.25; St. Thomas, 3,924.1 1 ; Sterling, 3,442.04; Stratford, 
5,250.02; Strathrov, 2,753.90; Streetsville, 1,631.70; Sturgeon Falls, 7,925.69; 
Sudburv, 8,881.35; Sydenham, 1,413.67; Thessalon, 3,851.66; Thorold, 4,298.92; 
Tilbury, 2,333.15; Tillsonburg, 3,816.28; Timmins, 4,195.62; Toronto, 22,151.65; 
Trenton, 2,293.40; Tweed, 3,216.92; Uxbridge, 1,715.30; Vankleek Hill, 2,640.33; 
Vienna, 1,291.81 ; Walkerton, 3,225.99; Wallaceburg, 3,275.24; Wardsville, 707.58; 
Waterdown, 1,887.31 ; Waterford, 2,064.15; Watford, 3,331.38; Welland, 1,879.50; 
Weston, 8,358.13; Whitby, 2,837.40; Wiarton, 2,809.74; Williamstown, 1,306.40; 
Winchester, 3,182.24; Windsor, 14,317.77; Wingham, 3,300.45; Woodstock, 
4,223.10; York Township, 28,739.36; York East, 7,994.85; York North, 4,121.41 . 774,051 24 

Grants, Night High Schools ($3,655.42) 
Hamilton, 577.50; Toronto, 1,065.83; York East, 780.00; York Township, 1,232.09. . 3,655 42 

Grants, Courses in Music ($16,618.48) 

Sundry Boards 2,228 48 

Sundry Teachers 14,390 00 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes Branch $862,450 82 

PUBLIC LIBRARIES BRANCH 
Salaries ($10,075.00) 

Permanent 

Mowat, A Inspector 12 months 3,400 00 

Craig J Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

Elliott, O. A. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 u 975 00 

Herbert, S. B Principal Clerk u 2,400 00 

Spereman, P. A Senior Library Assistant u 1,800 00 

Travelling Expenses ($1,270.27) 
H. C. Gourlay, 10.20; A. Mowat, 1,198.67; P. A. Spereman, 61.40 1,270 27 



C38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Public Libraries Branch — Continued 

Grants and Maintenance ($46,133.90) 

Grants: 

Sundry Cities, Towns and Villages 38,974 30 

Maintenance: 

Blackie & Son, Ltd., 119.95; A. Britnell Book Shop, 273.10; Copp, Clark Co., 
Ltd., 235.68; Doubleday, Doran & Co., Ltd., 160.26; H. R. Hurtling Co., Inc., 
592.08; King's Printer, 4,327.94; Longmans, Green & Co., 149.75; Oxford Univer- 
sity Press, 168.93; Ryerson Press, 303.61; S. J. R. Saunders, 280.59; Express, 

16.70; newspapers and periodicals, 47.06; telegrams, 4.96; accounts under $100, 

478.99 7,159 60 

Travelling Libraries, Maintenance ($3,988.60) 
Books and Magazines: 

T. Allen, 158.54; A. Britnell Book Shop, 305.25; W. Collins, Sons & Co., Ltd., 
104.63; Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 217.41; Macmillan Company of Canada, Ltd., 
395.09; G. J. McLeod, Ltd., 292.27; T. Nelson & Sons, Ltd., 121.22; Ryerson 
Press, 359.54; S. J. R. Saunders, 262.05; J. B. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 158.00; J. 
C. Winston Co., Ltd., 156.88; Cartage, express and freight, 578.09; tele- 
grams, 2.17; accounts under $100, 877.46 3,988 60 

Teachers Circulating Library, Maintenance ($830.00) 

A. Britnell Book Shop, 191.57; Macmillan Company of Canada, Ltd., 144.24; 

Ryerson Press, 176.93; Accounts under $100, 317.26 830 00 

Library Institutes ($544.65) 

D. Carlisle, 341.10; — Cartage, .35; postage, 3.63; telephone, 1.30; Accounts 

under $100, 198.27 544 65 

Grants ($28,700.00) 

Ottawa Association for the Blind 1 ,000 00 

Ontario College of Art 25,000 00 

Ontario Society of Artists 500 00 

Royal Canadian Institute, Toronto 500 00 

Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 500 00 

Ontario Historical Society 1,000 00 

L'Institut Canadien Francais d'Ottawa 200 00 

Public Libraries Branch $91 ,542 42 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION BRANCH 
Salaries ($40,525.00) 

Permanent 

Rutherford, F. S Director of Vocational Education 12 months 

Anderson, H. R Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Beattie, L. S Inspector, Group 1 

Cameron, A. W " " 2 

Davies, N " " 1 

English, V Clerk, Group 2 

Foy, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Gordon, D. W Inspector, Group 2 3 " 

Hamill, A. M " " 2 12 " s 

McCoy, W. J Clerk, Group 1 

McKim, E. I Inspector, Group 2 

Moon, A. M " " 1 

Paterson, W Clerk, Group 1 

Strange, E. M " " 1 

Thompson, E. K Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Uffen, J. F Head Clerk, Group 1 

Temporary 

Kirkland, W. S Registrar of Trade Schools 3 months 

Preston, F. V ........ Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 5 " 



4,800 00 


975 00 


4,200 00 


3,000 00 


4,000 00 


1,200 00 


1,200 00 


750 00 


3,800 00 


1,600 00 


3,000 00 


4,000 00 


1,600 00 


1,500 00 


975 00 


3,000 00 


600 00 


325 00 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 39 > 

Vocational Education Branch — Continued 

Travelling Expenses ($8,305.36) 

C. C. Ashcroft, 533.77; L. S. Beattie, 1,043.82; A. W. Cameron, 432.70 ; N. Davies, 
1,381.83; D. W. Gordon, 462.46; A. M. Hamill, 1,261.12; W. S. Kirkland, 26.10; 
E. I. McKim, 996.22; A. M. Moon, 1,109.17; W. Paterson, 31.80; F. S. Ruther- 
ford, 806.18; J. F. Uffen, 220.19 8,305 36. 

Manual Training and Household Science Departments, 
Grants and Maintenance ($77,899.71) 

Public, Separate and High School Grants: 

Barrie, 345.35; Brantford, 1,292.97; Brockville, 360.00; Chatham, 400.00; 
Cobourg, 180.00; Fort Erie, 360.00; Forest Hill, 600.00; Guelph, 500.00; Guelph 
(Separate), 300.00; Hamilton, 6,500.00; Hamilton (Separate), 3,083.80; Hes- 
peler, 369.49; Ingersoll, 600.00; Kingston, 600.00; Kirkland Lake, 600.00; 
Kitchener, 506.00; Kitchener (Separate), 200.00; Leaside, 1,766.96; London, 
4,800.00; London (Separate), 200.00; Ottawa, 4,800.00; Ottawa, (Separate), 
3,917.08; Owen Sound, 600.00; Peterborough, 1,200.00; Port Perry, 490.11; 
St. Catharines, 600.00; Sarnia, 1,200.00; Stratford, 860.00; Swansea, 600.00; 
Thorold, 180.00; Toronto, 29,820.00; Waterloo. 600.00; Whitby, 549.40; Windsor, 
3,300.00; Woodstock, 180.00; York Township, 5,256.99 77,718 15 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer 181 56 

Agricultural Training in High Schools and Collegiate Institutes, 
Continuation Schools and Fifth Classes ($41,876.14) 

High Schools and Teachers: 

Alexandria, 245.00; Alliston, 167.48; Amherstburg, 109.50; Arthur, 180.88; 
Athens, 198.01; Beamsville, 199.10; Blenheim, 62.45; Bowmanville, 340.50; 
Bracebridge, 134.54; Brighton, 133.20; Burford, 149.58; Burlington, 462.98; 
Caledonia, 326.75; Cayuga, 239.51; Chesterville, 207.00; Cobalt, 72.10; Dundas, 
223.83; Dunnville, 262.47; Durham, 165.48; Elmira, 639.55; Englehart, 90.05; 
Essex, 116.28; Fergus, 195.70; Flesherton, 134.24; Forest, 265.20; Fort Frances, 
267.83; Gananoque, 33.09; Grimsby, 401.27; Hagersville, 210.39; Haileybury, 
173.28; Harrow, 213.00; Havelock, 193.96; Iroquois, 177.08; Islington, 30.00; 
Kapuskasing, 183.13; Kemptville, 254.26; Kincardine, 253.36; Kingsville, 
301.65; Lakefield, 238.74; Leamington, 158.01; Listowel, 710.38; Lucan, 192.26; 
Madoc, 169.53; Markdale, 183.71; Markham, 156.16; Mattawa, 100.20; Max- 
ville, 218.07; Meaford, 144.49; Merritton, 122.78; Midland, 419.50; Milton, 
200.41; Mitchell, 220.80; Morewood, 240.05; Mount Forest, 166.99; Nepean, 
74.08; Newburg, 262.65; New Liskeard, 311.68; Niagara-on-the-Lake, 140.00; 
Norwich, 252.85; Norwood, 234.10; Oakville, 267.80; Omemee, 173.20; Orange- 
ville, 245.00; Ottawa (Technical), 42.00; Petrolia, 266.55; Port Credit, 124.57; 
Port Elgin, 178.20; Port Perry, 1,194.10; Rainy River, 232.28; Ridgetown, 
446.15; Ridgeway, 233.69; Shelburne, 119.43; Simcoe, 417.22; Smithville, 186.56; 
Stirling, 258.73; Stoney Creek, 262.51; Streetsville, 385.09; Sydenham, 177.34; 
Teeswater, 42.00; Tilbury, 124.16; Trenton, 130.73; Tweed, 176.92; Uxbridge, 
172.75; Waterdown, 216.72; Waterford, 169.05; Watford, 162.09; Westboro, 
100.00; Whitby, 1,068.61; Williamstown, 139.69; Winchester, 195.82; Wing- 
ham, 96.25 20,936 35 

Collegiate Institutes and Teachers: 

Barrie, 208.45; Beamsville, 72.00; Belleville, 296.60; Brockville, 488.42; Clinton, 
79.27; Cobourg, 277.68; Cornwall, 146.00; Fort William, 387.27; Goderich, 
144.60; Ingersoll, 135.40; Kitchener, 107.85; Lindsay, 296.29; Napanee, 485.31; 
Orillia, 407.24; Oshawa, 137.29; Perth, 109.80; Picton, 259.77; Port Arthur, 
377.07; Renfrew, 357.05; Seaforth, 189.69; Scarborough, 350.24; Smith's Falls, 
403.71; Stamford, 449.98; Strathroy, 429.99; Toronto, Runnymede, 180.00; 
York, 493.49; York East. 367.89 7,638 35 

Continuation Schools and Teachers: 

Ailsa Craig, 171.67; Arkona, 133.00; Ayr, 118.78; No. 11, Bastard, 208.45; 
Beaverton, 131.98; No. 9, Bertie, 209.00; No. 4, Beverley, 217.82; No. 11, 
Blenheim, 289.85; Nos. 21 and 23, Blenheim and Burford, 74.71; Bothwell, 
138.33; Burk's Fall, 103.14; No. 4, Caledon, 160.34; No. 16, Caradoc and Ekfrid, 



C40 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Vocational Education Branch — Continued 
Agricultural Training in High Schools, etc.— Continued 
Continuation Schools and Teachers — Continued 

173.93; Chatsworth, 232.87; No. 12, Clarke, 179.25; Cobalt, 42.00; Coldwater, 
55.30; No. 5, Dereham, 136.27; No. 12, Dereham, 207.66; Drayton, 831.58; 
Eganville, 113.41; Embro, 179.56; No. 5, Euphemia, 177.19; Fenwick, 140.00; 
Grand Vallev, 172.17; Hearst, 7.15; Hensall, 204.80; No. 17, Howick, 67.40; 
Ilderton, 135.90; No. 4, Leeds and Lansdowne Rear, 250.61; No. 3, Lobo, 187.95; 
No. 8, Mariposa, 154.55; Merrickville, 260.11; Milverton, 209.00; Mindemoya, 
204.03; Mount Albert, 191.65; Mount Brydges, 187.50; Mount Pleasant, 156.45; 
New Dundee, 72.00; New Hamburg, 252.47; No. 5, Nissouri East and Oxford 
North, 139.99; No. 9. Pelham, 247.31; Princeton, 120.00; No. 5, Raleigh and 
Tilbury East, 46.50; Ridgeway, 72.00; No. 6, Ross, 155.16; No. 14, Scarborough, 
269.85; St. George, 182.88; No. 1, St. Joseph, 76.64; Sundridge, 293.48; Tarn- 
worth, 255.75; Teeswater, 121.27; Thamesville, 180.68; No. 4, Tilbury West, 
165.83; Tiverton, 102.98; No. 16, Wellesley, 23.90; Wheatley, 569.00; No. 3, 
Whitby, 164.05; Union School Section, Wilmot and Blenheim, 224.42; Wood- 
ville, 156.78; No. 7, Yarmouth, 149.47 10,857 77 

Fifth Classes and Teachers: 

No. 7, Biddulph, 42.15; Nos. 11 and 14, Caledon, Albion and Mono, 148.20; 
Hearst, 9.00; Hespeler, 195.00; Port McNicoll, 44.00; Port Stanley, 50.43; 
No. 5, Sandwich East, 177.50; Tecumseh, 49.18; Toronto, 456.17; Waterloo, 
131.75; No. 10, East Zorra, 80.45 1,383 83 

Separate Schools and Teachers: 

No. 15, Charlottenburg, 133.90; Cobourg, 151.00; No. 16, Cornwall, 75.90; 
No. 6, Ellice and Logan, 121.50; Ottawa, 103.77; Peterborough, 194.29; Toronto, 
199.00; No. 8, Windham, 80.50 1,059 86 

Home Economics and General Shop Work, Grants 
and Maintenance ($100,407.86) 

Collegiate Institutes: 

Brockville, 630.64; Clinton, 1,600.04; Collingwood, 1,520.45; Goderich, 1,916.30; 
Ottawa, 1,980.13; Perth, 673.11 ; Smith's Falls, 300.00; Stratford, 82.94; Windsor, 
2,215.13 10,918 74 

High Schools: 

Amherstburg, 1,131.66; Athens, 758.08; Aurora, 2,488.81; Aylmer, 5,000.00; 
Blenheim, 2,465.26; Campbellford, 400.00; Carleton Place, 350.00; Cayuga, 
1,049.83; Cobalt, 3,614.83; Copper Cliff, 13,400.00; Exeter, 4,000.00; Fergus, 
688.87; Forest, 2,029.82; Fort Frances, 292.57; Kapuskasing, 400.00; Kenora, 
1,203.86; Merritton, 5,656.79; Ridgetown, 455.54; Ridgeway, 1,191.23; Stirling, 
4,500.00 51,077 15 

Vocational Schools: 

Fort William, 2,116.65; Hamilton, 38.91 ; Ottawa, 2,154.40 4,309 96 

Continuation Schools: 

Blackstock, 1,691.87; Cobden, 2,500.00; Florence, 1,874.33; Hornepayne, 
2,000.00; Lefroy, 2,500.00; Lyndhurst, 6,875.39; Sioux Lookout, 200.00; Stouff- 
ville, 2,229.88; Warkworth, 2,500.00 22,371 47 

Public Schools: 

Burlington Beach Commission, 1,094.38; Caledon, 750.00; Kitchener, 350.00; 

Toronto, 203.05 ; Waterloo, 450.03 2,847 46 

Separate Schools: 

Belle River, 1,353.72; Hamilton, 200.00; Kitchener, 738.59; London, 891.94; 
Ottawa, 150.00; St. Thomas, 400.00; Waterloo, 87.35; Windsor, 2,733.37; Woods- 
lee, 1,947.49 8,502 46 

Maintenance: 

King's Printer 380 62 



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1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C41 

Vocational Education Branch— Continued 

Day and Evening Classes ($1,293,358.14) 

Grants: 

Barrie, 2,737.90; Beamsville, 4,107.27; Belleville, 21,377.50; Brantford, 18,437.32; 
Brockville, 4,856.12; Chatham, 20,367.61; Collingwood, 250.00; Cornwall, 
8,039.02; Fort Erie, 3,028.00; Fort Frances, 4,917.36; Fort William, 47,232.62; 
Gait, 21,969.36; Guelph, 19,154.70; Haileybury, 10,203.21 ; Hamilton, 110,810.82; 
Kemptville, 1,239.76; Kingston, 20,419.33; Kirkland Lake, 10,195.33; Kitchener- 
Waterloo, 24,794.61; Department of Labour, Apprenticeship Branch, 62.00; 
London, 43,727.71; Napanee, 3,501.95; New Toronto, 516.75; Niagara Falls, 
11,332.61; North Bay, 27,767.67; Oshawa, 25,343.39; Ottawa, 53,443.42; Owen 
Sound, 17,231.97; Pembroke, 4,229.20; Perth, 2,515.36; Peterborough, 22,771.34; 
Picton, 2,580.80; Port Arthur, 41,567.78; Renfrew, 8,406.73; Ridgetown, 3,957.33; 
Sarnia, 13,508.29; Sault Ste. Marie, 23,048.05; Scarborough, 5,152.18; St. 
Catharines, 15,544.59; St. Thomas, 21,737.07; Simcoe, 4,092.54; Smooth Rock 
Falls, 344.25; Stamford, 6,307.00; Stratford, 6,849.55; Sudbury, 22,637.05; 
Timmins, 20,791.47; Toronto, 412,633.63; Welland, 17,258.01; Weston, 27,756.99; 
Windsor, 35,147.50; Woodstock, 4,384.66; York Township, 15,727.09; York 
East, 10,096.71; York North, 3,097.05 1,289,207 53 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 3,094.01; W. S. Kirkland, services, 1,000.00; Accounts under 

$100, 56.60 4,150 61 

Grant to Haileybury High School for Mining Education ($2,000.00) 

High School Board, Haileybury 2,000 00 

Grant to Sudbury High School for Mining Education ($2,000.00) 

High School Board, Sudbury 2,000 00 

Grant to Canadian National Institute for the Blind to assist in Maintaining 

and Developing its activities on behalf of the Adult Blind of the Province 

($60,000.00) 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind 60,000 00 

Vocational Education Branch $1,626,372 21 

ONTARIO TRAINING COLLEGE FOR TECHNICAL TEACHERS 
Salaries ($18,699.99) 

Permanent 

Gavin, F. P Principal 

Ashcroft, C. C Teacher 

Easton.J. A. G " 

Gardner, E Librarian and Secretary 12 

Nicholls, T. W Caretaker 

Temporary 

Easton, J. A. G Teacher 

Styles, A Instructor, Group 1 



12 months 

« 

9 " 
12 " 


5,000 00 
4,000 00 
3,000 00 
1,300 00 
1,400 00 


3 months 
12 " 


999 99 
3,000 00 



Travelling Expenses ($4.90) 
F. P. Gavin 4 90 

Maintenance ($3,059.45) 

Central Scientific Company of Canada, Ltd., 214.27; Hamilton Board of Education, 
1,068.84; Hamilton Hydro-Electric System, 274.88; King's Printer, 310.96; 
Vallance, Brown & Co., Ltd., 114.68; Cartage and express, 40.96; news- 
papers and periodicals, 54.50; postage, 70.34; telephone, 84.53; accounts under 
$100, 825.49 3,059 45 

Critic Teachers and Other Additional Teachers ($2,224.00) 

Sundry Teachers 2,224 00 



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No. 1 



Ontario Training College for Technical Teachers — Continued 

Payment to Hamilton Board of Education ($1,200.00) 

Board of Education, Hamilton, use of class rooms 1,200 00 

Ontario Training College for Technical Teachers $25,188 34 

SUPERANNUATED TEACHERS 
Annual Retiring Allowances to Teachers and Inspectors ($3,554.50 ) 

Sundry Persons 3,554 50 

Compassionate Allowance for Ex-Teachers ($5,320.83) 

Sundry Persons 5,320 83 

Superannuated Teachers $8,875 33 

PROVINCIAL AND OTHER UNIVERSITIES 

Grants ($1,938,525.00) 

University of Toronto, Ontario College of Education for Training of High School 

Assistants 236,025 00 

University of Toronto, Special Grant 1,100,000 00 

University of Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum 40,000 00 

University of Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum for Cataloguing 2,500 00 

University of Western Ontario 260,000 00 

University of Western Ontario for Medical Training, Victoria Hospital 25,000 00 

Queen's University 275,000 00 

Provincial and Other Universities $1,938,525 00 



BELLEVILLE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 
Salaries ($86,131.09) 

Permanent 

Morrison, W. J Superintendent and Principal 12 months 

Archibald, W Supervisor of Boys 

Bawden, K Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Boulton, P Farmer 

Chant, J Oculist and Aurist (Part time) 

Chesher, F. H Stationary Engineer, Group 2 12 months 

Coles, R Caretaker, Group 1 

Cook, F Baker 7 " 

Crosby, M. E Fireman, Group 3 12 " 

Fitzgerald, F Nurse 

Flagler, R Messenger 

Ford, C Directress of Professional Training 

Gibson, G. A Baker 

Kerr, S Fireman and Watchman 

MacCluggage, H Dietitian , 

McGuire, C. B Bursar 

Morrison, L. E Instructor in Printing 

O'Hara, T. W Instructor in Carpentry 

Post, R. T Fireman, Group 3 

Reid, L. A Supervisor 

Sweet, J. H Man on Farm and Sewage 

Tennent, R. W Physician (Part time) 

Truman, T Instructor in Shoemaking 

Vaughan, R. H Instructor in Manual Training 



\y 2 

12 



Teachers: 

Bell, F. M... 
Brown, A. G. . 
Burnside, L. J 

Burt, G 

Carroll, L . . . . 



Teacher, Group 2 12 months 

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" 3....'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'..'..'.'.'. 

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4,450 00 

1,125 00 

1,200 00 

1,300 00 

150 00 

1,800 00 

1,400 00 

700 00 

1,125 00 

1,300 00 

1,200 00 

2,500 00 

450 00 

1,200 00 

1,300 00 

2,100 00 

1,600 00 

1,700 00 

1,125 00 

800 00 

850 00 

900 00 

1,300 00 

1,300 00 



1,400 00 
1,125 00 
1,125 00 
1,400 00 
1,700 00 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



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Belleville School for the Deaf — Continued 



Salaries — Permanent — Continued 



Cass, M. I Teacher, Group 2 



12 months 



Clare, A. J 

Connell, C. L " "1... 

Conover, E. G " " 2... 

Cunningham, F. P " " 2... 

Daly, K. B " " 2... 

Ellis, C. L " " 2... 

Gordon, S. A " " 2... 

Handley, V. G " " 1 . . . 

Harris, G. M " " 3 . . . 

Hegle, M " " 3... 

Hill, M. I " "3... 

Hodgson, J. W " "3... 

Holmes, C. A " * 1 . . . 

Keeler, H. M " tt 2... 

Lally, E. B Supervising Teacher 

Lally, M Teacher, Group 3 . . . 

Leacock, M Teacher of Sewing. . 

Maloney , M . C Teacher, Group 2 7 



Mundy, E. R 

Nurse, E 

Panter, E 

Reid, M. M 

Rierdon, B 

Sheffield, V. L . . 
Stratton, A. C . . 
Sweetnam, A. W 

Tett, N. M 

Van Allen, R . . . 
Waite, H. M .... 
Wannamaker, A. 



12 



5 
12 

5 

12 
6 

12 



1,500 00 

1,125 00 

625 00 

750 00 

1,300 00 

1,300 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,700 00 

262 50 

1,125 00 

232 75 

525 00 

1,500 00 

1,200 00 

2,200 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

700 00 

1,300 00 

1,700 00 

1,500 00 

1,125 00 

1,600 00 

500 00 

1,500 00 

1,200 00 

500 00 

1,125 00 

600 00 

1.300 00 



Temporary 

Fairman, V. L Supply Teacher 3 months 360 00 

Supervisors 3,904 58 

Farm Hands 1,130 40 

Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstress and Janitor's Helper 5,865 86 



Travelling Expenses ($1,081.21) 

A. G. Brown, 10.30; L. J. Burnside, 6.85; L. Carroll, 3.50; A. J. Clare, 3.14; 
M. Colin, 12.70; D. Comber, 9.70; J. Connell, .50; F. P. Cunningham, 1.00; 
L. P. Easton, 8.10; C. Ford, 24.90; S. A. Gordon, 4.05; V. G. Handley, 1.50; 
M. Hegle, 4.80; C. A. Holmes, 6.00; H. M. Keeler, 5.70; E. B. Lally, 13.15; 
F. Lapalm, 64.08; M. Leacock, 6.00; C. B. McGuire, 8.43; W. J. Morrison, 
359.86; E. Panter, 4.85; Rawson Bus Line, 65.00; M. M. Reid, 3.60; V. L. Sheffield, 
22.50; A. C. Stratton, 3.00; A. W. Sweetnam, 3.45 ; Sundry Pupils and Attendants, 
420.95; N. M. Tett, 3.60 1,081 21 

Maintenance ($57,171.88) 

Medicine and Medical Comforts 694 32 

Groceries and Provisions 22,498 89 

Bedding, Clothing and Shoes 1,131 34 

Fuel, Light, Power and Water 15,915 39 

Laundry and Cleaning 1,738 29 

Furniture and Furnishings 1,995 11 

Farm Expenses 2,767 30 

Repairs and Alterations 2,357 91 

School Supplies and Equipment 4,694 28 

Purchase and Maintenance of Motor Conveyances 829 14 

Contingencies 2,549 91 

Allore Co., Ltd., 872.68; Belleville Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 481.74; 
Belleville Utilities Commission, 467.90; Boland and Boland, 236.70; Buntin 
Reid Co., Ltd., 609.31; Butler's Dairy, 289.28; R. J. Carson & Sons, Ltd., 



C44 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Belleville School for the Deaf — Continued 



Maintenance — Continued 



1,360.38; Cassidy's, Ltd., 232.78; A. Ciceri, 1,047.17; Dolan Drug Store, 386.98; 
Dominion Coal Co., Ltd., 9,546.97; Dustbane Products, Ltd., 319.83; Evans 
Fish Store, 316.60; Farm Department, School, 4,264.09; C. Frechette, 283.35; 
Glenburnie Orchards, 307.75; Gordon, Mackay & Co., Ltd., 235.16; D. Hall, 
109.45; L. Hamilton, 1,026.65; R. B. Hayhoe & Co., Ltd., 266.00; T. J. Holland 
Co., 535.14; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 2,451.04; E. A. Kellaway, 
566.55; King's Printer, 151.30; Land O'Lanark Creameries, 3,320.12; Lat- 
timer's Drug Store, 232.89; J. Lewis Co., 260.85; J. Livesey, 1,167.51; London 
Soap Co., Ltd., 216.06; C. J. Longwell, 117.00; B. O. Lott, 453.03; Mackenzie 
& Co., 1,628.85; H. E. Mayhew, 1,057.85; Mcintosh Bros., 1,491.58; T. A. 
McMullen, 1,064.37; E. D. Mott, 180.24; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 1,205.72; 
Nerlich & Co., 196.45; Ontario Reformatorv Industries, 392.67; Procter and 
Gamble Company of Canada, Ltd., 182.90; L. A. Reid, 198.28; Reid's Dairy, 
982.70; Riggs Motor Sales, 243.71; St. Charles Motor Co., 180.68; Schuster 
Co., Ltd., 2,376.32; J. A. Shannon, 1,009.65; A. A. Sills, 220.14; Sills Book- 
store, 939.74; Smith Hardware, 100.11; Standard Brands, Ltd., 209.52; L. 
Stark, 475.50; Stroud's, 137.31; Sundry Persons, expenses re exhibit, C.N.E., 
426.21; Supertest Petroleum Corp., Ltd., 658.20; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 
545.48; T. C. Thompson, 222.48; Tilleys, Ltd.. 377.67; Townsend's Sport Shop, 
106.37; Tremco Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 173.68; United Canners, Ltd., 695.50; 
United Church Publishing House, 118.65; R. Vanderwater, 305.25; Walker 
Hardware Co., Ltd., 1,040.95; Wallbridge & Clarke, 239.17; Wallbridges', 
211.15; Waterworks Department, City of Belleville, 634.70; Wray's Home 

Furnishings, 158.00; York Trading Co., Ltd., 555.89; Cartage, express and 

freight, 108.05; newspapers, 31.61; postage, 277.00; telegrams, 8.18; telephone, 
370.90; accounts under $100, 3,300.24 

Belleville School for the Deaf $144,384 18 



57,171 88 



BRANTFORD SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND 

Salaries ($56,123.43) 

Permanent 

Vallentyne, H. J Superintendent and Principal 12 months 

Ansell, J. D Piano Tuning Teacher 

Babb, J Literary Teacher 

Behrns, L Domestic Science Teacher 

Bond, H Caretaker 

Brown, R. W Supervisor of Boys 

Cameron, B Boys' Nurse Supervisor 

Crawshaw, W Fireman, Group 1 

Doyle, D Stationary Engineer, Group 2 

Draper, I Literary Teacher 

Hodge, A " ■ 

Howell, M Nurse 12 months 1,050 00 

Less leave of absence 8 47 

Hunter, M. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 months 

Kellett, V " " " 1 

King, P Physical Instructor 

Koch, E. G Teacher, Group 3 9 

Little, W. H Senior Master 12 

Lord, F Musical Director (Part time) 

Lord, Mrs. F Violin Teacher " 

Marquis, J. A Physician " 

McGillivray, A Knitting Teacher 

McNamara, A. M Supervising Teacher 

Millar, M. T Girls' Nurse Supervisor 

Miller, S Music Teacher 

Milne, M Matron 

Murray, E Teacher, Group 2 

O'Donohue, A Literary Teacher 

Perry, Z Music Teacher 

Riddolls, A. G Carpenter 9 ^ 

Ryerson, G. H Bursar 12 

Saunders, D Fireman, Group 1 

Troughton, R Boys' Supervisor 



5,000 00 

1,600 00 

1,500 00 

1,200 00 

1,486 00 

975 00 

975 00 

1,300 00 

1,600 00 

1,700 00 

1,200 00 

1,041 53 

975 00 

1,125 00 

1,500 00 

675 00 

1,800 00 

1,200 00 

400 00 

750 00 

900 00 

1,900 00 

825 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

1,200 00 

1,500 00 

1,200 00 

900 00 

2,488 00 

1.300 00 

975 00 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 45 

Brantford School for the Blind — Continued 

Salaries — -Continued 

Temporary 

Koch, E. G Teacher, Group 3 3 months 225 00 

Arrears 87 50 312 50 

Riddolls, A. G Carpenter 3 months 300 00 

Whittle, E. F Literary Teacher 6 " 500 00 

Farm Hands 2,034 00 

Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Nurses, Night Watchman and Porters. 9,191 40 

Extra Services 
R. W. Brown, 222.50; R. Troughton, 122.50 345 00 

Travelling Expenses ($345.53) 

R. W. Brown, 14.70; Canadian National Railways, 5.55; I. Draper, 8.15; A. Hodge, 
2.85; V. Kellett, 2.35; P. King, 10.90; F. Lord, 5.30; A. M. McNamara, 5.30; 
S. Miller, 2.75; M. Milne, 5.30 ; Z. Perry, 2.35; G. H. Ryerson, 55.98; H.J. 
Vallentyne, 224.05 345 53 

Maintenance ($33,765.39) 

Medicine and Medical Comforts 414 61 

Groceries and Provisions 13,089 28 

Bedding, Clothing and Shoes 730 16 

Fuel, Light, Power and Water 9,233 97 

Laundry and Cleaning 1 ,249 87 

Furniture and Furnishings 1,211 25 

Farm Expenses 1,237 12 

Repairs and Alterations 2,038 45 

School Supplies and Equipment 1,678 18 

Purchase and Maintenance of Motor Conveyances 51 88 

Contingencies 2,830 62 

H. W. Avey, 219.75; J. Bishop & Son, Ltd., 162.75; N. W. Bragg, 150.00; Brant 
Ave. United Church, 100.00; Brantford Fuel and Supply Co., 2,021.77; Brant- 
ford Public Utilities Commission, 2,057.96; Brantford Produce Co., Ltd., 1,091.46; 
Canada Bread Co. Ltd., 292.63; Canadian Department Stores, Ltd., 1,013.33; 
Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 149.35; Carrier's, 188.15; Dennisteel 
Corporation, 203.00; Dominion Coal Co., Ltd., 5,183.12; Douglas Seed Co., 
321.11; Duncan and Perry, 178.74; Elliott Bakery, 221.43; Elliott-Wedlake, 
275.73; Farm Department, School, 1,980.85; R. Feely, 251.70; L. Gilmour, 
380.95; R. Girdlestone, 343.82; Globe Furniture Co., Ltd., 257.60; Gowman 
Grocery, 696.25; Grandview Flour and Feed Co., 122.15; J. E. Hargodon, 
488.01; Home Furniture Co., 154.15; Ingleby-Taylor Co., Ltd., 205.57; John- 
ston's Bakery, 508.49; O. Karstadt, 124.19; King's Printer, 506.07; J. M. A. 
Lefebvre, 162.00; London Soap Co., Ltd., 182.22; P. Luciani & Co., 243.07; 
McDougall Bros., 805.89; J. McHutchion, 374.83; National Institute for the 
Blind, 300.88; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 2,092.54; G. Pap, 164.16; 
Province of Ontario Savings Office, 123.76; Purity Dairy Products, 397.34; 
E. A. Ratcliffe, 277.00; Scarfe & Co., Ltd., 124.73; L. Silversteins & Sons, Ltd., 
443.11; J. L.Sutherland, Ltd., 771.11; S. Tapscott & Co., 228.08; G. E. Townson, 
591.12; Turvey Electee Co., 215.83; Watt & Sons, Ltd., 332.20; White's Drug 
Store, 121.37; J. R. Will, 281.00; J. B. Willits, 249.92; Young Winfield & Co., 
Ltd., 164.88; Y.M.C.A., 100.00; Cartage, express and freight, 56.86; news- 
papers, 3.14; postage, 171.00; telegrams, 3.72; telephone, 293.66; accounts 
under $100, 4,639.89 33,765 39 

Brantford School for the Blind $90,234 35 

MONTEITH NORTHERN ACADEMY 
Salaries ($997.49) 

Permanent 
Critchley, E Stationary Engineer, Group 2 6 months 799 98 

Temporary 
Firemen and Teamsters ; 197 51 



€46 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Monteith Northern Academy — Continued 

Maintenance ($167.91) 

Abitibi Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 23.99; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 
15.53; L. Charlebois, 2.80; H. Critchley, 4.00; H. & G. Critchley, 21.20; A. 
Desforge, 7.80; G. Edwards, 6.30; S. Lavallee, 2.50; J. Lupien, 13.10; C. Poulter, 
22.80; A. Simon, 1.50; G. Taylor Hardware Co., Ltd., 14.24; A. Thompson, 
9.00; Express, 1.15; telephone, 22.00; 167 91 

Monteith Northern Academy $1,165 40 

STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary ($8,000.00) 

Hon. L. J Simpson 12 months 8,000 00 

French Scholarships, R.S.O. 1937, Chapter 356, Section 10($6,000.00) 

Sundry Persons 6,000 00 

Carter Scholarships, R.S.O. 1937, Chapter 21, Section 6 ($4,720.00) 

Sundry Persons 4,720 00 

Ryerson Teachers' Fund ($178.25) 
Estate of W. Bicknell 178 25 

Ontario Government Contribution to Teachers' and Inspectors' Superannuation 
Fund, R.S.O. 1937, Chapter 366, Section 5 ($754,506.52) 

Teachers' and Inspectors' Superannuation Fund 754,506 52 

Grants ($657,251.67) 

University of Toronto (R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 372, Sec. 129) 500,000 00 

University of Toronto (R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 372, Sec. 9, Subsec. 3) 7,000 00 

Royal Ontario Museum for Maintenance (R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 378, Sec. 15) 84,613 24 

University of Toronto (1 6 Geo. V, Chap. 69, Sec. 2) 13,480 75 

University of Toronto (18 Geo. V, Chap. 55, Sec. 3) 52,157 68 

Statutory $1,430,656 44 

Total Expenditure, Department of Education $12,711,072.49 



PART D 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

GAME AND FISHERIES 

FISCAL YEAR, 1938-39 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 
Main Office: page 

Salaries and Maintenance, etc 5 

General 5 

Purchase and Repairs to Boats, etc 6 

Erecting Ponds, Buildings, etc 6 

Enforcement of Act 6 

Game Animals and Birds 8 

Experimental Fur Farm 8 

Macdiarmid, Services and Expenses, etc 8 

Biological and Fish Culture Branch: 

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Hatcheries 9 

Grants 11 

Wolf Bounty 11 



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DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 



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DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 

Hon. H. C. Nixon, Minister, 12 months (Statutory, see page P 25) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($51,780.63) 

Permanent 

Taylor, D.J Deputy Minister 12 months 6,000 00 

Archer, M. E Senior Filing Clerk " 1,500 00 

Beaupre, J. M Clerk, Group 1 " 1,600 00 

Bowman, J. B " " 2 " 1,125 00 

Campbell, K Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

Campbell, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,012 50 

Clark, H. J Clerk, Group 2 " 975 00 

Davy, H. C Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,012 50 

Doole, V. J Secretarial Stenographer 1,700 00 

Douse, G. P Accountant, Group 2 " 2,550 00 

Farewell, J. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 u 1,012 50 

Farrington, J Assistant to Deputy Minister " 3,200 00 

Gallivan, M. E Filing Clerk, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Graham, G. E Head Clerk, Group 2 " 2,550 00 

Hague, R Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Huddart, L. W Custodian of Furs and Confiscated Goods. . 1,600 00 

Hughes, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 10 " 687 50 

Jones, J. W Superintendent of Construction, Group 2. . 12 " 2,850 00 

Lee, W. A. C Principal Clerk " 2,300 00 

Livingston, J. K Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 1,012 50 

Macartney, J Assistant Inspector " 1,500 00 

Marselis, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,012 50 

McAuley, G. E Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,400 00 

Mclnnes, H. D Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,012 50 

Mulholland, W Clerk, Group 1 " 1,600 00 

Newlands, A Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

Pelz, L Principal Clerk " 2,100 00 

Plummer, J. F Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,125 00 

Rutherford, M. L " " " 1 " 1,012 50 

Strang, R. K Engineer " 1,900 00 

Turner, L Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Temporary 

Campbell, E. J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 }4 month 34 38 

Hughes, M. E " " ■ 2 12/5 months 96 25 

Travelling Expenses ($225.31) 

H. J. Clark, 2.33; L. Pelz, 43.93; D. J. Taylor, 179.05 225 31 

Maintenance ($5,699.39) 

King's Printer, 4,947.22; Car tickets, 6.00; newspapers and periodicals, 69.00; 

telegrams, 167.21; telephone, 160.61; accounts under $100, 349.35 5,699 39 



General 

Moving Expenses of Officers of the Department ($485.11) 

H. W. Burch, 39.55; W. Faubert, 43.82; C. Hartman, 50.00; F. P. Legace, 28.00; 

J. Noble, 55.89; A. E. Pennell, 25.00; E. R. White, 25.00; R. D. Windsor, 217.85 485 11 

Unforeseen and Unprovided ($390.75) 

Search for Tug "Cecile M": — 

Community Flying Club, 100.00; London Flying Club, Ltd., 144.00; W. Nixon, 

122.75 366 75 

Miscellaneous: — ■ 

Accounts under $100, 24.00 24 00 



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D6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Continued 
General — Contin ued 

Purchase of and Repairs to Boats, Boathomes, Machinery and 
Vehicles ($12,898.31) 

W. Beatty Co., Ltd., 144.96; Department of Highways, 258.03; B. Giesler, 240.00; 
W. Kennedy & Sons, Ltd., 417.30; J. W. Magnus Co., 112.83; Peterborough 

Canoe Co., Ltd., 160.04; Russell Bros., Ltd., 9,832.85; Express and freight, 

18.52; accounts under $100, 1,713.78 12,898 31 

Erecting Ponds, Buildings and Dams, 
Purchase of Land, Buildings, Boats, Machinery and Equipment ($16,902.91) 

Chatsworth Trout Rearing Station 25 42 

Codrington Trout Rearing Station 22 50 

Codrington Bird Farm 1 1,369 67 

Dorion Trout Rearing Station 2,284 22 

Franz Dwelling 21 10 

Kenora Hatchery 1 1 7 45 

Manitoulin Bass Ponds 108 01 

Muskoka Bass Ponds 124 76 

New Liskeard Trout Rearing Station 76 74 

North Bay Trout Rearing Station 69 15 

Peterboro Bass Ponds 68 59 

Sault Ste. Marie Trout Rearing Station 1,234 24 

Waring's Creek Trout Rearing Station 1,381 06 

Crane, Ltd., 131.79; Donald Ropes & Wire Cloth Co., 200.50; Eastern Steel Products 
Ltd., 859.09; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 696.10; Hesson Lumber Co., Ltd., 
375.49; J. W. Jones, 915.62; C. E. Meiklejohn, 523.33; Milton Frances Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 737.63; J. Y. Mitchell, 225.40; W. J. Mitchell, 191.00; Ontario 
Reformatory (Mimico) Industries, 242.08; Pay List, wages of men, 5,915.45; 
M. Rorabeck, 269.37; Soo Tinsmiths & Roofers, 127.20; Warkworth Flour Mill, 

4,428.23; Cartage, express and freight, 154.15; telegrams, .35; accounts 

under $100, 910.13 16,902 91 

Main Office $88,382 41 

ENFORCEMENT OF THE ONTARIO GAME AND FISHERIES ACT ($226,716.29) 

Salaries and Expenses: 

Districts 179,106 83 

Toronto, Inspectors and Overseer 5,427 37 

Seasonal Overseers 8,777 49 

Issuer of Special Export Permits and Collector of 

Royalties 100 00 

Patrol Boats: 

Patrol Boat No. 2 3,093 53 

Patrol Boat No. 3 2,770 68 

Marylyn 159 49 

Mink 93 00 

Miseford 8,315 25 

Snowbird 353 46 

Miscellaneous 18,519 19 

Salaries: 

J. W. Allan, 1,300.00; J. H. Bailey, 1,125.00; R. Baker, 1,600.00; G. Beattie 
707.66; R. F. Beaudro, 1,200.00; £. Belair, 650.00; C. E. Binkley, 1,200.00 
P. Boudreau, 1,300.00; T. W. Bousquet, 1,125.00; A. B. Bower, 1,125.00; L. M 
Bray, 1,200.00; E. A. Brown, 1,300.00; G. D. Buie, 1,300.00; H. W. Burch 
1,162.50; W. J. Carnegie, 1,125.00; J. A. Cecile, 1,200.00; F. S. Chew, 1,125.00 
A. H. Clempson, 1,200.00; C. F. Cook, 1,300.00; W. Cote, 1,300.00; V. Crichton 
1,200.00; L. A. Dent, 1,200.00; E. G. Dillon, 1,125.00; J. S. Dorland, 1,300.00 
D. C. Eady, 937.50; R. Ellis, 181.25; C. V. Fadden, 1,300.00; E. Farrington 
125.00; W. Faubert, 1,550.00; A. E. Fraser, 250.00; D. H. Gauthier, 1,200.00 
L. A. Gibb, 1,125.00; N. L. Goldthorp, 1,400.00; H. Hamilton, 1,125.00; H. T 
Hare, 758.31; H. Harris, 1,400.00; J. H. Harris, 187.50; H. C. Haskins, 1,400.00 
W. Hawkins, 1,500.00; M. Hay, 843.75; L. S. Hemphill, 1,300.00; A. M. Hodgson 
1 ,200.00; E. G. Hoover, 1,125.00; W. A. Horley, 1,300.00; M. J. Inwood, 1,300.00 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 



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Enforcement of Act — Continued 



Salaries — Continued 



A. C. Jensen, 1,500.00; W. Keller, 1,600.00; F. M. Kinahan, 1,300.00; F. C 
Lamoure, 1,300.00; F. P. Legace, 1,400.00; O. D. Lewis, 1,500.00; C. D. Liddle 
1,400.00; J. Loiselle, 1,241.67; I. J. Lyons, 1,600.00; E. MacGillivray, 1,560.00 

D. E. MacMillan, 1,300.00; N. MacNaughton, 1,800.00; H. McCabe, 1,300.00 

B. F. McGraw, 1,125.00; F. B. McKnight, 1,600.00; A. K. Minaker, 1,200.00 

E. Morley, 1,300.00; A. R. Muma, 1,300.00; J. Noble, 1,200.00; F. C. Oper 
1,300.00; G. M. Parks, 2,700.00; H. E. Pearson, 93.75; A. E. Pennell, 1,600.00 

C. L. Perrie, 1,300.00; R. M. Pifer, 600.00; T. J. Pratt, 187.50; E. Prosser, 1,125.00 
J. F. Richardson, 1,200.00; W. Robinson, 1,500.00; A. J. Rolston, 1,500.00 
W. Scott, 1,300.00; J. A. Shannon, 1,125.00; R. G. Sheppard, 1,500.00; N. Sher 
wood, 1,200.00; N. E. H. Sitwell, 1,183.33; E. L. Skuce, 1,400.00; J. Spillett, 657.71 
M. G. Stortz, 937.50; W. H. St. John, 1,125.00; W. J. St. Pierre, 1,300.00 

D. G. Sutherland, 1,200.00; T. Taylor, 1,600.00; D. V. Turville, 1,200.00; T. A 
Wagar, 717.14; N. D. Way, 1,125.00; E. R. White, 1,162.50; R. D. Windsor 
2,000.00; A. Wissell, 1,125.00; A. J. Woodward, 1,049.94 



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Inspectors, Toronto: 

P. Revill, 2,000.00; W. Gastle, 270.00 



2,270 00 



Issuer of Special Export Permits and Collector of Royalties: 
M. Cowan 



Seasonal Overseers — Pay List, wages of men 
Patrol Boats — Pay List, wages of men 



100 00 
6,209 95 
7,897 79 



Travelling Expenses: 

J. W. Allan, 880.83; S. Anderson, 8.62; J. H. Bailey, 896.21; R. Baker, 825.26; 
G. Beattie, 341.78; R. F. Beaudro, 162.06; E. Belair, 68.15; C. E. Binkley, 801.33; 
T. Bishop, 14.67; G. K. Bishton, 41.29; P. Boudreau, 793.74; T. W. Bousquet, 
919.83 ; A. B. Bower, 974.71 ; L. M. Bray, 802.81 ; A. A. Brodeur, 3.55; E. A. Brown, 
700.05; G. D. Buie, 1,190.90; H. W. Burch, 771.97; W. J. Carnegie, 754.49; 
J. A. Cecile, 960.66; F. S. Chew, 855.56; A. H. Clempson, 766.14; Commissioner 
of Police for Ontario, 2,145.88; C. F. Cook, 621.36; W. Cote, 843.49; V. Crichton, 
246.28; L. A. Dent, 981.15; E. G. Dillon, 1,006.97; J. S. Dorland, 950.63; D. C. 
Eady, 279.53; R. Ellis, 50.94; C. V. Fadden, 400.15; E. Farrington, 34.84; W. 
Faubert, 1,155.07; W. C. Fox, 10.25; A. E. Fraser, 148.08; W. Gastle, 157.32; 

D. H. Gauthier, 889.71; L. A. Gibb, 769.97; N. L. Goldthorp, 980.50; J. Griffiths, 
32.40; H. Hamilton, 790.64; H. T. Hare, 175.18; H. Harris, 540.76; J. H. Harris, 
98.86; H. C. Haskins, 813.45; W. Hawkins, 813.16; M. Hay, 785.55; L. S. Hemp- 
hill, 1,048.91 ; A. M. Hodgson, 844.65; E. G. Hoover, 641.74; W. A. Horley, 193.86; 
M. J. Inwood, 924.34; F. W. Ironside, 9.90; A. C. Jensen, 746.39; W. Keller, 
622.83; H. Kennedy, 10.55; F. M. Kinahan, 262.14; C. W. Knapp, 535.61; F. C. 
Lamoure, 714.13; A. E. Lavigne, 24.10; F. P. Legace, 659.58; O. D. Lewis, 648.20; 
C. D. Liddle, 753.08; J. Loiselle, 1,042.07; I.J. Lyons, 777.70; J. Macartney, 240.50; 

E. MacGillivray, 232.94; D. E. MacMillan, 282.16; N. MacNaughton, 817.55; 
W. J. Martyn, 609.97; H. McCabe, 1,051.90; B. McGraw, 360.48; F. B. Mc- 
Knight, 511.89; E. Melia, 9.90; F. H. Merner, 36.40; A. K. Minaker, 1,005.61; 

E. Morley, 767.51; A. R. Muma, 661.01 ; J. Noble, 522.05; W. J. O'Connor, 10.34; 

F. C. Oper, 812.43; G. M. Parks. 741.89; H. E. Pearson, 21.14; A. E. Pennell, 
620.08; C. L. Perrie, 794.50; R. M. Pifer, 72.57 ; P. Porter, 281.15; E. Prosser, 
1,146.63; H. E. Raymond, 756.80; P. Revill, 798.22; J. F. Richardson, 941.59; W. 
Robinson ,918.54; A. J. Rolston, 937.95; W. H. St. John, 759.61; W. J. St. Pierre, 
752.14; W. Scott, 635.51 ; J. A. Shannon, 740.07; R. G. Sheppard, 842.13; N.Sher- 
wood, 489.28; N. E. H. Sitwell, 760.39; E. L. Skuce. 866.58; R. Strang, 14.95; D. G. 
Sutherland, 757.01; T. Taylor, 728.77; D. V. Turville, 857.93; T. A. Wagar, 
599.54; N. D. Way, 453.68; E. R. White, 1,049.92; R. D. Windsor, 1,054.47; 
S. Windsor, 199.56; A. Wissell, 947.60; A. J. Woodward, 184.36; A. W 7 ylie, 16.50. . 



68,390 21 



Miscellaneous: 

W. Armitage, 185.47 ; Beauchamp & How, Ltd., 237.00 ; Brain & Sharpe Manu- 
facturing Co., 117.58; Canadian Colortvpe, Ltd., 3,880.00; Cassell's Meats & 
Groceries, 171.83; J. N. Cauthers, 122.26; Century Coal Co., Ltd., 653.13; W. 
Chappie, 494.65; D. G. Cooper Co., Ltd., 252.95; A. W. Daball, 506.59; Dalton 
Fuels, Ltd., 105.64; Department of Mines and Fisheries, Quebec, 103.09; District 
Services, Ltd., 317.45; A. J. De Diana, 328.54; J. Fallon, 360.00; Fort William 






D_8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Enforcement of Act — Continued 
Miscellaneous — Continued 

Commercial Chambers, Ltd., 360.00; General Airways, Ltd., 275.00; Holmes 
Grocery, 220.83; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 187.99; Kenora Fish Market, 239.26; Kings- 
boro & Baxter, 127.80; King's Printer, 9,413.75; Lannan Coal Co., Ltd., 202.50; 
Lindsay & McCluskey, Ltd., 127.30; J. P. Madden, 108.30; Minaki Boat House, 
154.68; Mullen Coal Co., Ltd., 375.02; A. L. Murray, 103.81; E. Nicol, 209.62; 
T. J. Nugent, 103.25; Ontario Metal Specialties, Ltd., 329.65; Ontario Provincial 
Air Service, 710.50; J. Perks, 171.25; C. A. Quick & Sons, Ltd., 185.91; Richard- 
son's Motor Boat Garage, 164.71; Rossport Trading Co., 192.36; H. L. Sargeant, 
246.85; Spadoni Bros., 103.82; Sundry Persons, witness fees, 391.35; Tip Top 

Tailors, Ltd., 142.40; P. L. Williams, 180.56; Cartage, express and freight, 

1,173.45; postage, 290.13; telegrams, 82.68; telephone, 264.72; accounts under 

$100, 4,753.20 29,428 83 



GAME ANIMALS AND BIRDS 

Services and Expenses, etc. ($19,973.00) 

Salaries ($2,706.45): 

Permanent: 

MacDonald, J. D Manager (Codrington) 12 months 1,200 00 

Temporary: 

Helson, H. E Assistant (Codrington) 4 months 350 00 

Plue, A. T u " 12 ■ 1,050 00 

Smith, S u " 1 ■ 106 45 

Expenses: 

British American Oil Co., Ltd., 231.88; Cedarbrook Game Farm, 967.50; Gair 
Company, Canada, Ltd., 125.87; A. L. Gooderham, 169.50; Grove Farm, 830.70; 
J. E. Houlihan, 173.25; Medway Game Farm, 1,561.65; W. H. Mound, 6,172.20; 
G. H. Nesbitt, 168.00; Pay List, wages of men, 255.70; Pleasant View Dairy, 
164.40; F. Radtke, 201.00; H. Robertson, 232.20; E. A. Rutherford, 127.56; 
J. G. Thompson, 246.00; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 1,676.68; Warkworth Flour 

Mill, 994.89; Watson's Chick Factory, 1,035.00; E. H. Watt, 105.30; Cartage, 

express and freight, 181.21; postage, 5.00; telegrams, .47; telephone, 39.12; 

accounts under $100, 1,601.47 17,266 55 



EXPERIMENTAL FUR FARM 

Services and Expenses ($4,262.66) 

Salaries ($1,675.00): 

Permanent: 

Brotherston, C. E Attendant, Group 1 10 months 1,000 00 

Temporary: 

Webster, H Attendant, Group 2 9 months 675 00 

Expenses: 

Canada Packers, Ltd., 1,106.76; V. Peffer, 730.20; Express and freight, 

82.54; postage, 4.00; telephone, 110.06; accounts under $100, 554.10 2,587 66 

MACDIARMID 
Services and Expenses, Repairs, Maintenance and Equipment ($2,610.27) 

Salaries, Temporary: 

McGuire, N Ice Crusher 5 months 375 00 

Expenses: 

Department of Lands and Forests, 185.00; R. P. Mills, 368.94; Pay List, wages 

of men, 1,592.37; Accounts under $100, 88.96 2,235 27 









1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES D9 

BIOLOGICAL AND FISH CULTURE BRANCH 
Salaries ($11,003.83) 

Permanent 

MacKay, H. H Biologist and Director 12 months 3,300 00 

French, E. M Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,300 00 

McLeod, A. W Supervisor of Hatcheries " 3,000 00 

Nesbitt, B Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 months 1,300 00 

Less leave of absence 157 26 1,142 74 

O'Neill, E. H Clerk, Group 2 12 months 1,050 00 

Young; A. B " " 1 " 1,200 00 

Temporary 
Shannon, D. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 1/6 month 11 09 

Travelling Expenses ($546.19) 
H. H. MacKay, 203.65 ; A. W. McLeod, 342.54 546 19 

Maintenance ($696.90) 

King's Printer, 413.57; Telegrams, 149.59; telephone, 113.35; accounts 

under $100, 20.39 696 90 

Hatcheries 
Services, Maintenance and Operation ($186,911.00) 

Biological Surveys 2,782 17 

Belleville Hatchery 7,417 71 

Chatsworth Trout Rearing Station 10,381 24 

Codrington Trout Rearing Station 4,871 78 

Collingwood Hatchery 6,866 89 

Dorion Trout Rearing Station 13,768 41 

Fort Frances Hatchery 6,173 95 

Glenora Hatchery 10,325 1 1 

Ingersoll Ponds 1,857 50 

Kenora Hatchery 7,452 62 

Kingsville Hatchery 4,574 84 

Manitoulin Hatchery 4,572 15 

Manitoulin Bass Ponds 2,630 31 

Midhurst Ponds 1,265 51 

Mount Pleasant Hatchery 7,319 43 

Muskoka Bass Ponds 1,550 29 

Normandale Hatchery and Trout Ponds 10,941 64 

North Bay Trout Rearing Station 6,867 51 

Pembroke Trout Rearing Station 7,245 36 

Peterboro Bass Ponds 871 93 

Port Arthur Hatchery 5,106 68 

Port Carling Hatchery 348 06 

Sarnia Hatchery 4,283 63 

Sault Ste. Marie Hatchery 8,598 14 

Sault Ste. Marie Trout Rearing Station 14,271 27 

Southampton Hatchery * 5,802 04 

White Lake Ponds 2,772 85 

Wiarton Hatchery 7,444 83 

Miscellaneous 14,251 01 

Hatchery Boats and Trucks 4,296 14 

Salaries: 

J. W. Anderson, 1,125.00; G. E. Andrews, 1,500.00; R. Baillie, 787.50; J. G. 
Barram, 1,600.00; H. W. Bays, 1,200.00; K. Bingleman, 1,050.00; E. Boyter, 
701.51; A. B. Brown, 1,125.00; L. Cataford, 1,050.00; H. A. Cheesman, 1,700.00; 
D. R. Cutts, 1,500.00; E. J. Edmond, 466.67; N. Galbraith, 1,700.00; J. Gall, 
1,800.00; J. Garriock, 1,300.00; G. E. Gerow, 1,600.00; J. W. Glass, 1,050.00; 
C. Hall, 1,500.00; R. G. Halverson, 262.50; C. Hartman, 1,900.00; E. W. Hayes, 
1,200.00; W. L. Hicks, 175.00; W. Hotchkiss, 1,050.00; R. Hutchison, 87.50; 
H. C. Jackson, 1,125.00; C. Jarrett, 612.50; C. D. Kemsley, 1,500.00; W. A. 
Kennedy, 175.00; H. A. Kreutzwiser, 1,125.00; W. H. LaRue, 683.06; G. E. 



r 

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Biological and Fish Culture Branch — Continued 

Hatcheries — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 

Littles, 508.06; G. KJManore, 1,800.00; W. T. Marston, 1,050.00; A. McDougall, 
1,800.00; J. E. McKenzie, 1,800.00; A. E. Mouck, 1,300.00; J. Neal, 1,700.00; 
J. Oakes, 1,800.00; M. J. Oakes, 1,700.00; A. E. Openshaw, 740.84; W. R. Parker, 
1,600.00; E. E. Persall, 1,200.00; N. H. Quinlan, 1,800.00; W. C. Sanders, 1,300.00; 
A. F. Shipley, 350.00; H. C. Tester, 1,700.00; F. O. Thomson, 787.50; J. E. Turner, 
1,800.00; H. E. Tyson, 1,125.00; D. Weatherson, 525.00; W. H. R. Werner, 
1,900.00 60,937 64 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. W. Anderson, 1.50; G. E. Andrews, 105.19; A. Baillie, 8.20; R. Baillie, 8.35; 
J. Barram, 597.40; H. W. Bays, 43.55; A. K. Beadle, 95.50; H. R. Bender, 248.68; 
K. Bingleman, 32.80; G. Bishton, 14.00; A. Bowler, 32.05; A. B. Brown, 53.95; 
J. Brown, 6.30; M. Burley, 3.30; C. Calder, 483.50; L. Cataford, 188.12; W. 
Charland, 1,137.87; C. Charlebois, 340.96; H. A. Cheesman, 46.41; G. Clemens, 
5.75; D. R. Cutts, 539.55; E. F. Dier, 9.40; G. Dunford, 2.10; E. J. Edmond, 
3.40; N. Galbraith, 78.15; J. Gall, 745.11; J. Garriock, 44.50; G. E. Gerow, 175.70; 
J. W. Glass, 305.24 ; G. Groondahl, 100.70; C. Hall, 1 13.08 ; R. G. Halverson, 98.75 ; 
H. Hanzuk, 1.35; C. Hartman, 51.13; E. W. Hayes, 43.43; R. Heft, 4.10; W. H. 
Henderson,l,952.83;W.L. Hicks, 13.05;F. J. Hodge, 119.00;H. C.Jackson, 104.75; 
C. Jarrett, 414.16; C. D. Kemsley, 407.94; H. A. Kreutzwiser, 34.70; C. LaRue, 
59.85; W. H. LaRue, 14.25; G. E. Littles, 9.00; W. J. Logan, 71.19; J. V. Lueck, 
132.64; W. MacKay, 22.90; J. MacKenzie, 30.00; G. K. Manore, 39.46; W. T. 
Marston, 197.58; R. McAuley, 29.90; E. N. McDonald, 21.27; J. E. McKenzie, 
9.35; P. McKinley, 7.10; J. D. McNee, 1.00; A. McQuade, 2.50; W. J. Moore, 
5.75; A. E. Mouck, 229.39; J. Neal, 388.65; J. Oakes, 36.91; M. J. Oakes, 68.30; 
A. E. Openshaw, 9.05; E. A. Parker, 8.05; W. R. Parker, 108.12; A. F. Patterson, 
9.80; P. Pauze, 68.25; E. E. Persall, 1,466.78; N. H. Quinlan, 97.86; W. Ryan, 
4.70; W. C. Sanders, 109.41 ; E. Scott, 5.75; E. Smith, 32.00; A. M. Snider, 125.62; 
H.C. Tester, 63.69; G.Thomas, 14.45; F. O.Thomson, 9.99; J. W. Trimmer, 13.15; 
J. E. Turner, 6.30; H. E. Tyson, 155.81; M. Vandusen, 48.43; A. Wallenius, 
51.96; D. Weatherson, 168.56; W. H. R. Werner, 863.53; E. Whenham, 4.00; 
G. H. Williams, 1,967.04 15,604 79 

General Expenses: 

F. S. Anderson Co., 321.40; Bluebird Groceteria, 401.78; J. H. Bogart, 260.65; 
E. Bowen, 125.00; J. B. Boyne, 146.96; Brown & Co., 129.50; Camp Champlain, 
208.80; Canada Packers, Ltd., 26,698.93; Century Coal Co., Ltd., 191.26; Col- 
lingwood Public Utilities Commission, 377.62; D. G. Cooper Co., Ltd., 419.19; 
Co-Operative Supply Co., Ltd., 210.00; M. J. Daley & Co., 531.00; Department 
of Highways, 184.70; District Services, Ltd., 441.49; Donald Ropes & Wire 
Cloth Co., 146.82; I. J. Downey & Sons, 188.65; J. East Co., Ltd., 279.40; A. T. 
Fife & Co., 125.08; First Co-Operative Packers of Ontario, Ltd., 701.76; R. S. 
Fischers Motors, Ltd., 132.50; Forbes Bros., 1,210.27; F. Gerow, 300.00; T. J. 
Gibson, 408.64; Grandview Flour, Feed & Coal Co., 342.85; J. F. Hartz Co., 
Ltd., 101.74; Hogg & Lytle, Ltd., 147.05; Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario, 294.37; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 846.05; Kenora Fish Market, 137.65; 
Town of Kenora, 323.96; King's Printer, 256.69; J. Kron & Son, 503.77; J. E. 
Le Bleu, 158.96; J. Leckie, Ltd., 157.60; C. Lindstrom, 300.00; Little Current 
Public Utilities Commission, 392.55; Macdonald Hardware, 328.07; McColl- 
Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 168.27; A. McLeod, 161.50; J. H. McLennan Lumber 
Co., 426.00; R. McVittie, 201.00; R. P. Mills, 260.66; E. B. Nicholson, 153.05; 
Pay List, wages of men, 38,836.96; N. Penno, 190.00; H. M. Perry, Ltd., 511.32; 
Port Arthur Public Utilities Commission, 100.00; Port Dover Coal & Supply 
Co., 182.00; Purity Ice, 271.00; Quality Fuels, Ltd., 155.00; Ross Bros., 842.90; 
Scarfe & Co., Ltd., 324.16; J. N. Sisson, 172.50; F. Slater, 120.37; Southampton 
Hydro-Electric Commission, 177.85; Sundry Persons, board and lodgings, 977.02; 
Sundry Persons, fish eggs, 2,482.67; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 7,173.94; Trout 
Brook Co., 150.00; Twin City Grain, Ltd., 319.26; R. L. Upton, 249.00; Wark- 
worth Flour Mill, 121.25; C. E. Whicher, 328.80; Corporation, Town of Wiarton, 

500.00; Cartage, express and freight, 3,829.70; telegrams, 53.29; telephone, 

52.47; accounts under $100, 12,443 92 110,368 57 

Biological and Fish Culture Branch $ 199,157 92 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES D 11 

GRANTS ($8,900.00) 

Professor W. Harkness for Fish Culture 2,000 00 

Jack Miner 1,500 00 

T. N. Jones 300 00 

E. L. Marsh 100 00 

Ontario Fur Farmers' Association 4,000 00 

Ontario Federation of Anglers 1,000 00 

WOLF BOUNTY ($25,435.24) 

King's Printer, 70.08; Sundry Persons, 25,355.75; Express, 9.41 25,435 24 

Total Expenditure, Department of Game and Fisheries, $575,437 79 






PART E. 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

FISCAL YEAR, 1938-39 






TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Main Office and Branches: page 

Main Office, Salaries, Maintenance, etc 12 

Grants 13 

Cancer Control 14 

Maternal and Child Hygiene, etc., Branch 14 

Dental Service Branch 15 

Inspection of Training Schools for Nurses Branch 15 

Preventable Diseases Branch 16 

Tuberculosis Prevention Branch 18 

Industrial Hygiene Branch 20 

Sanitary Engineering Branch 21 

Laboratory Branch 21 

Laboratory Divisions 23 

Hospitals Branch; 
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Salaries, Maintenance, etc 25 

Grants, etc 26 

General Expenses, Ontario Hospitals 29 

Ontario Hospitals: 

Brockville 30 

Cobourg 32 

Fort William 34 

Hamilton 35 

Kingston , 38 

London 40 

New Toronto 43 

Concord Unit 47 

Orillia 47 

Penetanguishene 51 

Toronto 52 

Whitby 55 

Woodstock 58 

Psychiatric, Toronto 61 

St. Thomas 62 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

Hon. Harold J. Kirby, Minister, 12 months (Statutory, see page E 63) 

MAIN OFFICE 
Salaries ($104,631.72) 

Permanent 

McGhie, B. T Deputy Minister of Health and Hospitals. .12 months 

Phair, J. T Chief Medical Officer 

O'Connor, F. A Director of Purchasing " 

Montgomery, R. C Director of Hospital Service and Inspector 

of Mental Hospitals " 

Gray, K. G Solicitor 

Annand, W. J Accountant, Group 2 11 " 

Baker, H Clerk, Group 1 12 " 

Beardall, F. G Chief Clerk 

Bland, G. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Boggis, E. R Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Clarke, A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Clementi, C Clerk, Group 1 

Conley, B. M Filing Clerk, Group 2 

Coulson, B. K Head Clerk, Group 2 

Crown, CM Filing Clerk, Group 1 7 " 

Dover, J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 

Dundas, M. G Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Dunn, C. E Senior Clerk 

Empson, C. D Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Flynn, B.J Clerk, Group 2 3 

Frederick, J. A Clerk Messenger, Group 2 12 " 

Goldring, H. M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Hardie, J. B Clerk, Group 1 

Hartford, J Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Heighway, W. E Filing Clerk, Group 1 6 " 

Herman, H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 .... 12 months 900 00 

Less leave of absence 13 31 

Holliday, D. B " " Group 1 12 months 

Hollier, E. K u " " 2. ... 12 months 900 00 

Less leave of absence 28 75 

Irwin, M Secretarial Stenographer 12 months 

Jamieson, J. K Clerk, Group 1 

List, E. D Clerk Typist, Group 2 3 

Little, E. R Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 " 

Lowry, M. V Supervising Nurse 

MacDonald, W. A. S Clerk, Group 2 

Macfie, E. M Clerk Typist, Group 2 12 months 975 00 

Less leave of absence 17 45 

Marr, W. B Clerk, Group 2 12 months 

McGernon, M Senior Filing Clerk 

McLaughlin, A. B Clerk Typist, Group 2 3^ " 

Moffitt, E. R Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 " 

Morrison, J. G Senior Clerk 

Mosley, W Clinical Specialist 

Perkins, D Secretary to Minister and Departmental 

Secretary 

Plews, F Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Porte, E Senior Filing Clerk 

Power, M Director of Public Health Education ...... 

Quigley, M. R Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 4 

Rickman, E. B " " " 1 

Robe, L. S " " " 2 

Robinson, M.B " " " 2 

Ross, M. K " " " 1 

Russell, A. W Clerk Messenger, Group 1 

Scanlon, J. B Clerk, Group 1 

Sellers, A. H Medical Statistician 

Staples, F. E Office Boy 



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886 69 

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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E 13 



Main Office — Continued 

Salaries— Continued 

Taylor, M Clerk, Group 1 12 months 1,331 25 

Thomson, M. G Clinical Specialist " 3,800 00 

Tumber, A Senior Clerk Messenger " 1,400 00 

Vale, G. M Clerk, Group 3 " 900 00 

White, R. J " " 1 " 1,300 00 

Wood, A Office Appliance Operator, Group 1 " 1,700 00 

Wright, M. J Library Assistant, Group 2 " 1,125 00 

Wright, R Library Clerk " 1,500 00 



Temporary 

Bohme, F. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 2 months 

Egener, F. T Law Student 3 months 75 00 



Clerk, Group 3 

Flynn, B. J " " 2 

List, E. D Clerk Typist, Group 2 

O'Rourke, E " " " 1 

Temple, F Clerk, Group 3 



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Watson, A. J. 



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Less: Refund, Rockefeller Foundation 4,268 59 



Travelling Expenses ($3,126.61) 



$104,631 72 



Hon. H. J. Kirby, 326.52; C. Andrews, 5.32; W. Arding, 1.15; C. Buck, 1.20; T. 
Davison, 4.76; Department of Highways, 106.83; M. V. Lowry, 542.71; W. B. 
Marr, 3.24; B. T. McGhie, 42.93; R. C. Montgomery, 2.76; D. E. Moore, 1.44; 
W. Mosley, 572.62; W. A. Murphy, 1.20; C. R. Myers, 207.40; M. Power, 163.58; 
A. W. Russell, .69; S. R. Seaman, 5.15; A. H. Sellers, 225.01; J. E. Sharpe, 2.17; 
M. R. Shaver, 2.16; M. E. J. Stalker, 12.13; Standard Motor Replacements, Ltd., 
43.67; F. Temple, .72; M. G. Thomson. 685.05; M. E. Walker, 8.75; C. N. Wilson, 
7.35; J. A. Zarfas, 150.10 



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Costs and Expenses of Investigations and Legal Actions and Maintenance 
Costs and Expenses incidental to Solicitor's Office ($1,286.10) 

W. W. Barraclough, 147.00; N. R. Butcher & Co., 112.60; A. B. Cabeldu, 310.25; 
Canadian Law List Publishing Co., 152.60; L. M. Harding, 119.40; Sundry 

Persons, witness fees and expenses, 213.30; Newspapers and periodicals, 

7.50; accounts under $100, 223.45 



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Maintenance ($20,786.00) 

Beacock & Co., 445.80; Canadian Public Health Association, 782.33; F. Cardinal, 
194.55; Department of Highways, 122.44; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 446.15; Health 
League of Canada, 114.60; International Business Machines Co., Ltd., 998.93; 
King's Printer, 10,895.37; Knights of Columbus, Glengarry Council, 600.00; 
L. J. Laniel, 600.00; McAinsh & Co., Ltd., 190.88; Mills & Hadwin, 531.60; 
W. Mosley, 193.22; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 994.94; Roneo 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 119.80; Sundry Persons, meals re overtime, 313.00; 

Cartage, express and freight, 264.59; car tickets, 45.00 ; customs, 2.82; excise 

stamps, 9.00; newspapers and periodicals, 700.53; postage, 116.22; telegrams, 

411.69; telephone, 1,010.38; accounts under $100, 682.16 20,786 00 

Grants ($45,000.00) 

Connaught Laboratories 18,000 00 

St. John Ambulance Association 2,000 00 

Victorian Order of Nurses 2,000 00 

To Assist in the Maintenance and Operation of Cancer Clinics: 

Ottawa Civic Hospital 8,000 00 

Ottawa General Hospital 2,000 00 

Hamilton General Hospital 8,000 00 

Metropolitan Hospital, Windsor 5,000 00 



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E 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Continued 
Cancer Control 

Salaries ($2,483.95) 
Permanent 

Abbot, A Secretarial Stenographer 7 months 933 33 

Galvin, L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 5 " 350 62 

Temporary 
Newman, L. T Assistant Physicist (Part time) 12 u 1,200 00 

Services. Travelling and Other Maintenance Expenses and Operation 
of Radium Emanation Plant ($1,722.63) 

Travelling Expenses: 

E. O. Braaten, 11.18; W. A. Jones, 12.70; G. McNeill, 7.60; R. K. Patterson, 

18.90; A. H. Sellers, 96.66 147 04 

Purchase of Radium, Needles, Repairs, etc.: 

R. H. Chappell, 220.00; Johnson, Matthey & Co. (Canada), Ltd., 256.03; King's 

Printer, 1,014.79; Express, 4.05; postage, 1.85; telephone, 43.20; accounts 

under $100, 35.67 1,575 59 

Main Office $179,037 01 



MATERNAL AND CHILD HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING BRANCH 

Salaries ($27,116.93) 

Permanent 

Moore, E. L Chief Public Health Nurse 12 months 2,550 00 

Hinchcliffe, R Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Kiteley, E. L Medical Inspection Officer 12 months 2,550 00 

Less leave of absence 207 35 2,342 65 

Nichols, L. K Secretarial Stenographer 12 months 1,300 00 

Bechard, H Public Health Nurse " 1,300 00 

Dancause, O. M " " " " 1,300 00 

Hally, R " " " " 1,500 00 

Howey, N. E " " " " 1,600 00 

Johnson, B. E " " " 12 months 1,500 00 

Less leave of absence 250 00 1,250 00 

Lefler, O. A " " " 12 months 1,300 00 

Less leave of absence 97 50 1,202 50 

Lunn, M. H " " " 12 months 1,500 00 

Osborne, K. E " " ■ " 1,500 00 

Pennock, H. G " " " " 1,500 00 

Rutherford, M. A " " " 12 months 1,400 00 

Less leave of absence 816 67 583 33 

Smith, H. E " « " 12 months 1,500 00 

Squires, E. M " " " " 1,500 00 

Vrooman, L. W " " " " 1,500 00 

Wheler, E. R " " " " 1,500 00 

Temporary 

Aikenhead, J. M Nurse 7 months 758 31 

Less leave of absence 119 86 638 45 

Travelling Expenses ($6,244.87) 

J. M. Aikenhead, 114.80; H. Bechard, 142.71; O. M. Dancause, 410.81; R. Hally, 
175.42; N. E. Howey, 852.65; B. E. Johnson, 128.58; E. L. Kiteley, 117.09; 
O. A. Lefler, 172.18; M. H. Lunn, 299.79; E. L. Moore, 334.41; K. E. Osborne, 
196.73; H. G. Pennock, 726.40; J. T. Phair, 501.34; M. Power, 200.78; M. A. 
Rutherford, 61.64; H. E. Smith, 541.77; E. M. Squires, 795.95; L. W. Vrooman, 
216.35; E. R. Wheler, 255.47 6,244 87 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E 15 



Maternal and Child Hygiene and Public Health Nursing 
Branch — Continued 

Maintenance ($2,841.12) 

Cornwall Motor Sales Co., 489.20; King's Printer, 305.07; R. McKay, 545.00; 

Sundry Persons, garage rent, 408.25; Sundry Persons, office rent, 252.00; 

Cartage, express and freight, 122.10; newspapers and periodicals, 9.96; accounts 
under $100, 709.54 

Maternal and Child Hygiene and Public Health Nursing Branch $36,202 92 



2,841 12 



DENTAL SERVICE BRANCH 
Salaries ($4,108.86) 

Permanent 

Kohli, F. A Director (Part time) 12 months 

Markle, R. P Dentist, Group 2 3 u 

Parkes, D. R . u " 2 3 « 

Darroch, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 " 

Temporary 

Parkes, D. R Dentist, Group 2 4^ " 

Travelling Expenses ($599.84) 

F. A. Kohli, 436.54; R. P. Markle, 98.20; D. R. Parkes, 65.10 

Maintenance ($1,343.91) 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 743.38; King's Printer, 186.34; University of Toronto, 
175.00; Cartage, express and freight, 47.06; accounts under $100, 192.13 

Grants for School Dental Services ($156.70) 

Board of Health, Fort Frances, 12.70; Perth, 36.00; Township of Stamford, 108.00.. 
Dental Service Branch $6,209 31 



1,000 00 
600 00 
550 00 

1,125 00 



833 86 



599 84 



1,343 91 



156 70 



INSPECTION OF TRAINING SCHOOLS FOR NURSES BRANCH 

Salaries ($9,788.20) 

Permanent 

Munn, A. M Director of Nursing Education 12 months 

Bray, I. H Senior Clerk Stenographer " 

Cooper, H. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 1 u 

Dick, E. R Inspector of Training Schools for Nurses . . 12 " 

Mason, A. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 u 

Robertson, F. R Clerk, Group 3 3 " 

Vandewater, B.J " " 2 12 " 

Woolley, E. I " " 2 6 " 

Temporary 

Robertson, F. R Clerk, Group 3 3}/ 2 u 

Routley, P. C Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 5% " 

Travelling Expenses ($1,920.28) 

L. D. Acton, 13.60; M. B. Anderson, 20.05; G. M. Bennett, 187.95; C. E. Brewster, 
5.25; P. Campbell, 128.30; E. R. Dick, 1,208.88; Sr. M. Felicitas, 43.80; G. E. 
Gibson, 19.30; C. E. Jackson, 8.20; P. Lumley, 33.45; E. M. McKee, 29.95; 
A. M. Munn, 60.40; M. Thompson, 23.00; M. Wallace, 138.15 

Maintenance ($3,834.51) 
Services of Examiners: 

L. D. Acton, 126.00; M. B. Anderson, 94.50; E. Clark, 319.50; Sr. M. Felicitas, 
225.00; G. Gastrell, 94.50; G. E. Gibson, 135.00; F. G. Goudis, 30.00; A.Graham, 
94.50; C. E. Jackson, 126.00; M. Neilson, 94.50; M. Simpson, 30.00; F. Thomas, 
225.00; M. Thompson, 135.00; M. Wallace, 234.00 



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E 16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Inspection of Training Schools for Nurses Branch — Continued 
Maintenance — Continued 



Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 1,261.56; A. E. Venables, 477.67; 
59.94; postage, .86; accounts under $100, 64.98. 



Excise stamps, 6.00; express, 
Inspection of Training Schools for Nurses Branch $15,542 99 



1,871 01 



PREVENTABLE DISEASES BRANCH 
Salaries ($16,575.00) 

Permanent 
McKay, A. L Director 



(Part time) 



Graham, N. F. W. 

Chambers, C. C Clerk, Group 1 

Hamlin, D. H Senior Clerk Stenographer. . . 

Hardman, R. P Clinical Specialist 

Hindley, S Clerk, Group 1 

McGarry, M. I " " 2 

Oswald, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Waite, C. B Clinical Specialist 

Temporary 

Jermyn, B. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 months 

Travelling Expenses ($1,437.10) 

R. P. Hardman, 827.21 ; A. L. McKay, 548.80; W. Mosley, 61.09 

Outbreaks of Diseases, Sanitary Investigations, Health Education and Free 
Distribution of Biological Products for the Prevention and Cure of 
Disease, Services and Expenses ($232,911.12) 

Medical, Nursing and Respirator Services: 

C. Appelbe, 258.00; Arkenstall & Kinnaird, 132.00; W. C. Arkinstall, 984.00 

C. A. Arnott, 787.50; L. A. Aubin, 2,696.00; J. R. Ball, 562.00; W. W 
Barraclough, 10.00; G. L. Bell, 106.00; P. H. Bernstein, 808.50; S. B. Biehn 
220.40; J. A. Biron, 508.50; P. Boutin, 616.50; E. Brunet, 1,313.50; H. Bryan 
49.00; S. M. Burris, 176.50; F. P. Cameron, 229.00; F. C. Campbell, 9.00; E 
Charbonneau, 118.00; City of North Bay, 21.15; E. J. Cloutier, 637.50; B. C 
Coles, 288.00; G. A. Cowie, 70.00; G. R. Crann, 399.00; H. S. Crowe, 292.50 
L. J. Crozier, 77.02; J. P. Davies, 178.00; K. A. Denholm, 265.50; Department of 
Public Health, Toronto, 54.12; R. H. Dillane, 73.00; W. E. Dillane, 286.00 

D. G. Dingwall, 215.00; Dingwal & Morison, 20.00; F. O. Dixon, 369.00; G. M 
Dahlin, 752.50; L. A. Dupont, 3,669.00; F. F. Edis, 185.50; R. L. Empey, 1,095.00 
C. C. Evans, 98.50; A. C. Farlinger, 123.48; J. Feller, 255.50; F. F. Fitchz, 487.00 
Fort William Board of Health, 956.96; L. C. Gallagher, 160.00; C. F. Galway 
50.00; R. Gareau, 146.50; M. Gendron, 645.00; J. E. Gimby, 237.00; T. J. Goodi 
son, 166.00; V. S. Grigg, 251.50; R. Y. Gunne, 10.00; J. VV. Haddad, 1,150.50 
N. N. Haddad, 160.50; B. H. Harper, 511.00; H. H. Harvie, 596.50; T. R. Heath 
98.00; W. J. Henry, 182.50; W. H. Hills, 114.00; W. P. Hogarth, 5.00; D. Hold- 
craft, 18.00; Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, 12,620.02; G. W. Houston 
402.00; Home for Incurable Children, Toronto, 9.00; P. S. Ironstone, 1,230.50 
J. A. H. Joyal, 233.00; A. M. Keith, 97.00; J. P. Keith, 385.00; P. R. Kyle, 569.50 
J. N. P. Langlois, 147.50; P. A. Leacy, 552.50; W. S. Legate, 52.00; J. MacDonald 
205.00; J. H. A. MacDonald, 324.50; J. A. Mahoney, 219.00; E. Malkin, 24.00 
R. F. Malo, 1,157.50; W. E. Martin, 10.00; J. K. McBane, 55.00; J. F. Mc- 
Cullough, 199.50; C. H. McGowan, 237.95; J. A. Mclnnis, 177.50; McKellar 
General Hospital, 73.40; D. C. McKenzie, 94.50; J. E. McLean, 265.50; I. Mc- 
Lellan, 3.00; R. B. McQuay, 192.50; J. V. Menard, 937.50; Metropolitan General 
Hospital, 48.00; H. C. Mitchell, 13.00; W. H. B. Munn, 276.00; A. L. Murray, 
218.50; M. A. Nicholson, 52.00; Norfolk General Hospital, 98.40; W. H. Oaks, 
27.50; R. Orange, 33.50; Ottawa Civic Hospital, 196.80; Ottawa General Hospital, 
36.75; W. S. Pickup, 13.00; W. T. Pocock, 63.50; Port Arthur Board of Health, 
3,938.61; Port Arthur Clinic, 148.00; Port Arthur General Hospital, 105.60; 
S. E. Porter, 564.00; A. E. Ranney, 14.00; L. Remus, 354.00; I. E. Revelle, 93.50; 
H. J. Richardson, 447.00; J. V. Riches, 63.50; W. G. Robinson, 8.00; A. C. Ross, 
602.50; F. R. Ross, 97.00; J. L. Shappert, 57.00; C. H. Shaver, 9.00; C. Short 
and H. Hayward, 82.00; C. D. Shortt, 5.00; Sisters of Providence, 52.00; C. G. 
Smith, 65.50; J. N. Smith, 257.00; C. H. Smylie, 370.50 ; R. J. Snider and W. B. 



12 months 


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1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 17 

Preventable Diseases Branch — Continued 
Outbreaks of Diseases, Sanitary Investigations, etc. — Continued 

Medical, Nursing, etc., services — Continued 

Sproule, 289.50; G. Soucie, 366.00; J. H. Stanyon, 170.50; St. John's Convales- 
cent Hospital, 881.95; St. Joseph's General Hospital, Parry Sound, 18.00; St. 
Joseph's General Hospital, Port Arthur, 229.20; St. Joseph's Hospital, Kenora, 
42.00; St. Paul's Hospital, Hearst, 9.00; F. A. Strain, 286.00; D. E. Summers, 
58.00; N. H. Sutton, 385.50; H. G. Swan, 31.50; Toronto General Hospital, 
8,864.83; W. L. Tyrer, 366.00; G. Vachon, 391.00; Victoria Hospital, London, 
5,549.55; R. C. Wade, 417.00; L. A. Weissgerber, 68.50; J. P. Wells, 725.50; 
F. H. Wilson, 329.00; Wilson & Richardson, 12.00; M. A. Wittick, 133.50; A. J. L. 
Wright, 499.50; D. R. Young, 1,644.00 75,608 19 

Travelling Expenses: 

W. A. Cardwell, 18.25; R. P. Hardman, 217.63; R. D. Hogg, 81.10; E. L. Kiteley, 
154.05; J. N. P. Langlois, 17.00; F. W. Major, 24.10; A. J. Mclntyre, 9.75; A. L. 
McKay, 170.00; G. H. Midgley, 10.15; W. Mosley, 300.46; Ontario Provincial 
Police, 18.10; F. A. Strain, 29.40; S. Sutton, 7.20; W. H. Weber, 385.26; C. H. 
Wilson, 131.90 1,574 35 

Purchase of Anti-toxins: 

Connaught Laboratories, 149,505.96; Sundry Persons, blood for serum, 5,718.00.. 155,223 96 

Miscellaneous: 

Explorers Airways, 110.00; Cartage, express and freight, 189.77; telegrams, 

8.50; telephone, 1.38; accounts under $100, 194.97 504 62 

Maintenance, Services and Expenses re Treatment of Patients in 
Hospitals and Clinics, etc. ($75,847.42) 
Hospitals: 

Brantford General, 524.00; Hamilton General, 2,836.50; Kingston General, 
1,446.00; Kitchener and Waterloo, 391.00; McKellar, Fort William, 2,337.75; 
St. Catharines General, 2,130.75; Toronto East General, 458.75; Toronto 
General, 7,626.50; Toronto Hospital for Sick Children, 983.75 ; Toronto St. 
Michael's, 7,620.50; Toronto Western, 6,232.00; Toronto Women's College, 
1,255.00; Victoria Memorial, 1,973.25 35,815 75 

Local Boards of Health: 

Ottawa, 5,947.50; Owen Sound, 372.50; Port Arthur, 62.50; Sudbury, 2,385.75; 

Windsor, 3,704.50 12,472 75 

Municipalities: 

Sundry Municipalities, treatment of indigents 17,518 14 

Miscellaneous: 

Abbott Laboratories, Ltd., 224.52; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 352.92; 
C. A. Chisholm, 106.00; B. Erdmann, 104.00; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 288.54; 
Halliday Flint Glass Works, 176.75; King's Printer, 2,224.14; Manchester Paper 
Boxes, Ltd., 259.08; McKellar General Hospital, 129.90; Merck & Co., Ltd., 
131.17; Parke, Davis & Co., 652.35; Richards Glass Co., Ltd., 1,418.15; Synthetic 

Drug Co., Ltd., 2,768.68; Winthrop Chemical Co., Inc., 717.25; Express and 

freight, 49.85; telegrams, .69; accounts under $100, 436.79 10,040 78 

Grants for the Operation of Venereal Disease Clinics as Certified 
by the Department of Health ($21,250.00) 

Hospitals: 

Brantford General, 1,000.00; Hamilton General, 1,250.00; Kingston General, 
1,000.00; London Victoria, 1,000.00; St. Catharines General, 1,000.00; Toronto 
East General, 1,000.00; Toronto General, 1,750.00; Toronto Hospital for Sick 
Children, 1,250.00; Toronto St. Michael's, 1,500.00; Toronto Western, 1,500.00; 
Toronto Women's College, 1,250.00 13,500 00 

Local Boards of Health : 

Kitchener, 1,000.00; Ottawa, 1,500.00; Owen Sound, 1,000.00; Peterborough, 
500.00; Port Arthur, 1,000.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 500.00; Sudbury, 1,000.00; 
Windsor, 1,250.00 7,750 00 

Preventable Diseases Branch $348,020 64 



E 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



TUBERCULOSIS PREVENTION BRANCH 

Salaries ($18,809.78) 

Permanent 

Brink, G. C Director and Inspector of Hospitals 12 months 5,000 00 

Beauchamp, F. D Accountant, Group 3 3 " 500 00 

Bond, I. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 u 900 00 

Hazen, J. S Clinician 3 " 750 00 

Moore, D. E X-Ray Technician, Group 2 7 months 612 50 

Less leave of absence 33 87 578 63 

O'Brien, E.J " " 12 months 1,600 00 

Poole, A. F Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,300 00 

Quigley, M. R Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 8 " 750 00 

Shorey, K. M Clinical Specialist 12 " 4,000 00 

Turner, A. P Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 6 " 450 00 

Temporary 

Beauchamp, F. D Accountant, Group 3 5 2/5 months 897 82 

Hazen, J. S Clinician 6 l A " 1 ,633 33 

Turner, A. P Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 6 " 450 00 

Travelling Expenses ($4,523.47) 

F. D. Beauchamp, 306.48; G. C. Brink, 740.12; W. W. Crombie, 8.35; J. S. Hazen, 
730.79; J. H. Holbrook, 2.55; D. McCallum, 303.27; F. J. Milner, 17.35; D. E. 
Moore, 371.52; J. A. Moore, 23.50; R. K. Nickle, 87.85; E. J. O'Brien, 724.72; 
A. H. Sellers, 5.94; C. G. Shaver, 5.10; K. M. Shorey, 380.98; H. H. Washburn, 
283.83; C. A. Wicks, 531.12 4,523 47 

Maintenance ($5,506.33) 

Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 370.09; Connaught Laboratories, 105.30; Eastman 
Photographic Stores, Ltd., 3,189.48; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 103.30; King's Printer, 

1,025.09; Cartage, express and freight, 491.08; postage, 1.50; accounts under 

$100, 220.49 5,506 33 

Pneumo-Thorax Centres 
Establishment and Maintenance ($1,040.00) 

D. A. Harvie, 100.00; H. Harvie, 100.00; F. A. Kinnaird, 200.00; T. R. Nichols, 
40.00; R. S. Peat, 200.00; Queen Alexandra Sanatorium, 225.00; J. H. N. Smith, 
75.00; G. E. Tanner, 100.00 1,040 00 

Free Tuberculin ($307.40) 

Connaught Laboratories 307 40 

Grant to the Niagara Peninsula Sanatorium Association, 
St. Catharines ($1,000.00) 

Niagara Peninsula Sanatorium Association 1,000 00 

Ottawa Unit 

Salaries ($5,503.68) 

Permanent 

McCallum, D Clinical Specialist 12 months 3,450 00 

Dumoulin, A. G Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 83^ u 581 05 

Moore, D. E X-Ray Technician, Group 2 2 " 175 00 

Moore, J. A " " 7 " 758 35 

Temporary 

Laurin, S Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 4 " 272 78 

Moore, D. E X-Ray Technician, Group 2 3 " 266 50 

Travelling Expenses ($750.87) 
D. McCallum, 432.42; D. E. Moore, 11.75; J. A. Moore, 226.40; A. Poole, 80.30. ... 750 87 






1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 19 

Tuberculosis Prevention Branch — Continued 

Ottawa Unit — Continued 

Maintenance ($2,970.03) 

Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 1,424.31; D. McCallum, 145.62; F. McLaughlin, 

700.00; Cartage, express and freight, 138.51; postage, 40.94; telegrams, 1.25; 

telephone, 73.78; accounts under $100, 445.62 2,970 03 

Belleville Unit 

Salaries ($5,025.00) 

Permanent 

Brearley, G. G Clinician 12 months 3,000 00 

Wise, D. R X-Ray Technician " 1,200 00 

Temporary 
Monk, F. L. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 825 00 

Travelling Expenses ($642.43) 

G. G. Brearley, 464.38; D. R. Wise, 178.05 642 43 

Maintenance ($1,953.57) 

Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 1,128.89; Cartage, express and freight, 

182.23; postage, 98.00; telegrams, 1.61; telephone, 78.47; accounts under $100, 

464.37 1,953 57 

North Bay Unit 

Salaries ($4,197.89) 

Permanent 

Washburn, H. H Clinician 6 months 1,200 00 

Harris, E. R Clinical Specialist 1 " 291 66 

Lariviere, M. A. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 825 00 

Moore, J. A X-Ray Technician 5 " 541 65 

Temporary 

Nickle, R. K X-Ray Technician, Group 2 6% " 539 58 

Washburn, H. H Clinician 4 " 800 00 

Travelling Expenses ($792.05) 

E. R. Harris, 31.36; D. E. Moore, 60.15; J. A. Moore, 115.75; R. K. Nickle, 170.20; 

H. H. Washburn, 414.59 792 05 

Maintenance ($2,660.99) 

Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 1,801.15; J. J. Saya, 104.05; Cartage, express 

and freight, 188.34; postage, 57.00; telegrams, 1.30; telephone, 67.18; accounts 

under $100, 441.97 2,660 99 

Timmins Unit 

Salaries ($5,063.75) 

Permanent 

Lane, G. B Clinical Specialist 12 months 3,300 00 

Surphlis, G. F X-Ray Technician, Group 2 " 1,200 00 

Temporary 
Hill, W. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 S% months 563 75 

Travelling Expenses ($659.70) 
G. B. Lane.. 495.55; G. F. Surphlis, 164.15 659 70 

Maintenance ($3,759.64) 

M. Auger, 240.00; Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 1,542.97; F. Byck, 183.00; 
S. Ellis, 770.00; Cartage, express and freight, 349.00; postage, 72.50; tele- 
grams, 9.30; telephone, 54.00; accounts under $100, 538.87 3,759 64 



E 20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Tuberculosis Prevention Branch — Continued 
Fort William Unit 

Salaries ($5,104.84) 

Permanent 

Smith, J. W Clinician 10 months 3,000 00 

Turner, G. E X-Ray Technician, Group 1 12 " 1,200 00 

Temporary 

Milner, F. J Clinician y z month 79 84 

O'Brien, C Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 months 825 00 

Travelling Expenses ($1,123.66) 

J. VV. Smith, 704.52; G. E. Turner, 419.14 1,123 66 

Maintenance ($2,874.79) 

Anglo Canadian Associates, Ltd., 660.00; W. Bodner, 130.00; Burke Electric & 

X-Ray Co., Ltd., 1,047.09; Eastman Photographic Stores, ltd., 453.80; 

Cartage, express and freight, 280.73; postage, 15.00; telegrams, 8.27; telephone, 

55.65 ; accounts under |100, 224.25 2,874 79 

Tuberculosis Prevention Branch $74,269 87 

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE BRANCH 
Salaries ($44,691.66) 

Permanent 
Cunningham, J. G Director. 



Braaten, E. O Assistant Physicist 

Bricker, K. C Nurse, Group 1 

Bulmer, F. M. R Research Specialist 

Harris, S Sanitary Inspector 

Jephcott, CM Assistant Chemist 

Jose, G. M Senior Clerk Stenographer. . 

Leppard, L. B Assistant Physicist 

McCauley, R. B Sanitary Inspector 

Mclntyre, H " " 

McKee, D. S Chief Sanitary Inspector . . 

O'Hara, A. S Sanitary Inspector 

Richardson, J u " 

Riddell, A. R Clinical Specialist 

Rothwell, H. E Assistant Chemist, Group 1 

Sime, J Sanitary Inspector 

Spereman, K. L Senior Clerk Stenographer. 

Williams, G Clerk, Group 1 

Wilton, M " " 1 



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4,600 00 


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2,200 00 


a 


2,200 00 


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1,400 00 


u 


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75 00 


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166 66 



Temporary 

Bishop, W. H. H Technician, Group 2 1 month 

Smith, W. L Sanitary Inspector 

Travelling Expenses ($7,971.66) 

E. O. Braaten, 25.10; K. C. Bricker, 233.70; F. M.R. Bulmer, 286.80; J.G.Cunning- 
ham, 486.62; S. Harris, 848.35; C. M. Jephcott, 55.11; L. B. Leppard, 241.72; 
R. B. McCauley, 719.14; H. Mclntyre, 953.65; D. S. McKee, 765.34; A. S. 
O'Hara, 1,433.41; J. Richardson, 784.45; A. R. Riddell, 303.52; H. E. Rothwell, 
7.35; J. Sime, 709.45; W. L. Smith, 25.40; G. H. Turner, 92.55 7,971 66 

Maintenance ($3,651.47) 

Department of Highways, 229.55; P. N. Halliday, 330.00; Hanovia Chemical & 
Manufacturing Co., 200.00; King's Printer, 429.85; G. E. Knight, 110.00; D. M. 
Mitchell, 120.00; B. Sky, 400.00; R. C. Smith & Son, Ltd., 185.98; N. Wilson, 

120.00; Cartage, express and freight, 78.66; customs, 5.37; postage, 218.70; 

telegrams, 65.38; telephone, 153.73; accounts under $100, 1,004.25 3,651 47 

Industrial Hygiene Branch $56,314 79 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E21 



SANITARY ENGINEERING BRANCH 
Salaries ($32,775.00) 

Permanent 

Berry, A. E Provincial Sanitary Engineer 12 months 4,600 00 

Ball, O. V Assistant Sanitary Engineer " 2,700 00 

Burn, G. A. H " ■ " " 2,700 00 

Byram, A. T " " " " 2,550 00 

DeLaporte, A. V Chemist " 3,300 00 

Duncan, J. G Assistant Chemist " 1,900 00 

Edmonds, W. S. R Assistant Sanitary Engineer " 1,900 00 

Galimberti, G. M " " a " 2,300 00 

Johnston, E.W " " « " 2,700 00 

Kay, L. A " " " " 1,900 00 

McMillan, M. G Clerk Typist, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

O'Neill, D Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Ridgway, L Laboratory Attendant, Group 1 " 1,500 00 

Tyler, H. G Sanitary Investigator " 1,800 00 

Walsh, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Travelling Expenses ($9,349.23) 

0. V. Ball, 432.68; A. E. Berry, 475.69; R. Bowering, 7.00; G. A. H. Burn, 1,062.97; 
A. T. Byram, 1,249.21 ; R. M. Chute, 7.00; A. V. De Laporte, 209.15; J. G. Duncan, 
51.75; W. S. R. Edmonds, 1,159.48; G. M. Galimberti, 933.70; E. W. Johnston, 

1,340.79; L. A. Kay, 1,188.13; L. Ridgway, 6.60; H. G. Tyler, 1,225.08 9,349 23 



Maintenance ($1,570.48) 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 246.13; Central Scientific Company of Canada, 

Ltd., 312.85; King's Printer, 509.73; Richards Glass Co., Ltd., 133.88; 

Express, 175.54; postage, 1.00; telegrams, .35; accounts under $100, 191.00 

Sanitary Engineering Branch $43,694 71 



1,570 48 



LABORATORY BRANCH 
Salaries ($96,629.16) 

Permanent 

MacNabb, A. L Director of Provincial Laboratories and 

Provincial Analyst 12 months 

Wilson, W. M Director 7 

Allin, A. E Assistant Bacteriologist, Group 1 and 

Provincial Analyst 9 " 

Ansley, H. A Pathologist 12 " 

Bell, J. W Bacteriologist, Group 1 3 

Bonham, A. R Chief Provincial Analyst 12 " 

Brockway, M. H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 

Bull, R. S Assistant Chemist, Group 2 and Provincial 

Analyst " 

Crew, I Senior Clerk Stenographer " 

Crossley, V Assistant Bacteriologist, Group 2 

Dickinson, J. E Clerk Typist, Group 1 11 " 

Fasken, J. E Assistant Chemist, Group 1 and Provincial 

Analyst 12 " 

Goodhue, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 

Howell, H. D Assistant Physician 7 4/5" 

Matthews, G. B Assistant Bacteriologist, Group 2 12 " 

McClure, A. D ■ " " 2 and Pro- 
vincial Analyst 9 " 

McClure, W. B Bacteriologist 12 " 

Moher, J. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 

Murphy, W. A. . " " " 1 

Penny, S. F Pathologist 3 

Pratt, W Assistant Chemist, Group 2 and Provincial 

Analyst 12 " 

Schiff, R Clerk Typist, Group 1 

Stevenson, W. G Veterinary 6 " 



4,800 


00 


2,216 70 


1,912 


50 


3,800 


00 


750 00 


3,350 00 


900 


00 


1,900 00 


1,300 


00 


1,900 


00 


893 


75 


2,850 


00 


975 00 


1,295 


70 


1,900 00 


1,912 


50 


3,300 


00 


900 


00 


1,125 


00 


550 


02 


2,000 00 


1,050 


00 


900 00 



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No. 1 



Laboratory Branch — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Sullivan, T Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 months 

Teasdale, O. D " " " 1 10 " 

Tuft, F. E Clerk Typist, Group 1 12 " 

Wallbridge, H. I " " " 1 3 " 

Whillans, M. G Pathologist 2 

Winchester, J Clerk Typist, Group 1 12 " 

Fenton, W Laboratory Foreman " 



Arding, W. V. A. 
Brydson, L. M. . 
Chapman, F. . . . 

Chew, A. M 

Clark, H. G 

Conway, H. E. . . 

Dow, D 

Haynes, E. R. . . 
Hughes, R. L... 
Killham, H. G... 
Killough, E. M.. 
Landrigan, L. A. 
Locke, M. E 



Laboratory Assistant, Group 2 7 



12 
3 

12 
3 

12 

1 

12 



McAlpine, J. G. 
Millsap, J. E... 
Murphy, F. J. . 
Nixon, M. C. . . 
Owen, O. W.... 
Paton, M. C. . . 
Peters, F. G. . . . 

Rankin, M 

Sabiston, F. L.. 
Smith, R. F... . 
Stephen, I. S.. . 
Turner, A. R... 
Ward, M. D. . . 
Wright, M. H. . 



12 months 1,400 00 
Less leave of absence 556 16 

" 1 12 months 

« 2 " 



Buchanan, J. R Laboratory Clerk- Attendant , 



Aiken, E Laboratory Attendant, Group 1 2% " 

Casey, G. M " " " 2 12 " 

Cogle, J " " " 1 

Harrison, M. J " u " 2 

Jewell, E.J " " " 1 

Mercer, M " ■ " 2.12 months 900 00 

Less leave of absence 150 00 

Millar, A. M " u " 2 12 months 

Noble, T. E " « "2 

Smith, R " " " 2 3 ■ 



1,125 00 
875 00 
900 00 
225 00 
333 32 
900 00 

1,700 00 

568 75 

1,300 00 

225 00 

349 98 

900 00 

225 00 

1,400 00 

93 75 

1,125 00 

1,600 00 

1,125 00 

787 50 

843 84 
1,200 00 
1,125 00 
1,500 00 

281 25 
1,300 00 

225 00 
1,200 00 

975 00 

675 00 
1,050 00 
1,050 00 
1,200 00 
1,600 00 
1,400 00 

1,300 00 

218 75 

825 00 

1,400 00 

825 00 

1,600 00 

750 00 
750 00 
825 00 
187 50 



Temporary 



Whillans, M. G Pathologist 



3 months 



Adams, J. W Laboratory Assistant, Group 2 



Ball, L. J. 



(Part time) 



Cauthorpe, J. F. 
Chapman, F. . . . 
Conway, H. E.. . 

Harris, S. R 

Kenyon, J. M. .. 
Landrigan, L. A. 
Nuttall, N. L... 

Paton, M. C 

Percy, W. J. A. . 
Sabiston, F. L.. . 



2.. 12 months 1,050 00 
Less leave of absence 17 40 

Group 2 (Part time) 

" 2 9 months 

« 2.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ±y 2 u 

" 2 (Part time) 

" 2 3 months 

" 2 9 " 

u 2 " 

" i!"'.!"!!!!i2 " 

" 2 3 " 



499 98 
144 00 

1,032 60 
55 81 
675 00 
675 00 
364 31 
60 00 
262 50 
779 03 
675 00 

1,200 00 
225 00 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E 23 



Laboratory Branch — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Seaman, S. R Laboratory Assistant, Group 2 12 months 

Wilson, D. C 



Goodwin, E.. 
Harper, G. . . 
Hosie, J. G. . . 
Mercer, F. W. 
Smith, R 



Attendant 



" 2 

" 2 

" 2 

" 2 


iy 2 a 

12 " 

a 
a 

..... 2% " 


Group 2 


9 " 



Stevenson, W. G Veterinary 



Nixon, M. C X-Ray Technician, Group 2 9 " 

Beadle, L. M Clerk Typist, Group 2 y z " 

Bell, M " " " 1 12 " 

Wallbridge, H. I " " " 1 9 " 

Travelling Expenses ($883.81) 

J. W. Adams, 3.12; E. Aiken, 2.89; H. A. Ansley, 95.40; W. V. A. Arding, 61.93; 
J. W. Bell, 63.20; J. F. Cauthorpe, 3.01; Department of Highways, 17.04; J. E. 
Fasken, 43.10; W. Fenton, 7.14; L. A. Landrigan, 2.76; A. D. McClure, 89.77; 
A. L. MacNabb, 359.56; A. M. Millar, 2.16; J. E. Moher, 6.84; R. Montgomery, 
1.38; G. B. Matthews, 22.40; W. A. Murphy, 5.95; W. J. A. Percy, 24.95; S. R. 
Seaman, 62.70; W. R. Shaver, 2.32; W. G. Stevenson, 6.19 

Maintenance ($17,522.58) 

Stationery and Printing 5,607 26 

Freight, Express and Cartage 103 67 

Purchase of Supplies 25,218 23 

Miscellaneous 1,102 41 



Less: Supplies Transferred to Various Branches. 



32,031 57 
. . 14,508 99 

17,522 58 

Bauer & Black, Ltd., 403.16; Becton, Dickinson & Co., 105.55; J. Bell, 253.20 
W. J. Bell Paper Co., Ltd., 101.50; British Drug Houses (Canada), Ltd., 207.90 
Canada Packers, Ltd., 279.83; Canadian Industrial Alcohol, Ltd., 1,053.65 
Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 4,288.25; Central Scientific Company of 
Canada, Ltd., 1,694.17; Civil Service Association of Ontario, 102.46; F. Cogo. 
247.65; Collett-Sproule, Ltd., 1,633.03; Corrugated Paper Box Co., Ltd., 299.65; 
E. Cullen, 1,160.25; W. E. Dillon Co., Ltd., 200.00; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 650.27; 
Holliday Flint Glass Works, 323.16; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 142.80; 
Johnson, Matthey & Co. (Canada), Ltd., 277.19; Kelley Feed & Seed Co., 343.35; 
King's Printer, 5,424.&3; Manchester Paper Boxes, Ltd., 265.49; Merck & Co., 
Ltd., 5,417.72; M. J. Murphy, 103.60; Ontario Cork Co., Ltd., 308.05; Parke, 
Davis & Co., 661.03; Richards Glass Co., Ltd., 2,691.33; Simpson Planing Mill 
Co., Ltd., 225.00; E. E. Sauter, 108.40; Stevens Companies, 1,098.28; Wall Chemi- 
cals, Ltd., 245.25; Wheeler & Bain, Ltd., 322.42; Wilson Scientific Co., Ltd., 

181.92; W. M. Wilson, 141.95; Cartage, express and freight, 103.67; customs, 

22.41; accounts under $100, 2,073.66; 33,161.83; — Less rebate on alcohol from 

Dominion Government, 1,130.26 32,031 57 

Less: Supplies Transferred to Various Branches 14,508 99 



900 00 
116 37 

825 00 
750 00 
750 00 
165 32 
562 50 

850 00 

843 75 

22 18 
975 00 
675 00 



883 81 



17,522 58 



Laboratory Branch $115,035 55 

LABORATORY DIVISIONS 

Ottawa 

Salaries ($14,050.00) 

Permanent 

Letts, F. L Director and Provincial Analyst 12 months 

Baron, J Senior Laboratory Assistant " 

Douglas, W. E Laboratory Assistant, Group 2 6 " 



3,500 00 

1,800 00 

450 00 



E24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Laboratory Divisions — Continued 

Ottawa — Continued 

Martin, N. D Laboratory Attendant, Group 2 

McKinnon, J Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Michell, W. A. R Bacteriologist 

White, F. A Laboratory Assistant, Group 1 

Wray, C. G " * " 2 



12 r 


nonths 


1,200 00 




« 


1,200 00 






2,800 00 




u 


1,600 00 




a 


1,050 00 



Temporary 

Douglas, W. E Laboratory Assistant, Group 2 6 months 450 00 

Travelling Expenses ($45.15) 
N. D. Martin, 19.50; F. A. White, 25.65 45 15 

Maintenance ($949.79) 

Laboratory Branch, Department of Health, 1,974.84; Ottawa Artificial Ice Co., 

140.24; Cartage, express and freight, 70.63; postage, 331.00; telegrams, 

.39; telephone, 87.53; accounts under $100, 345.16 2,949 79 

Less: Grant from City of Ottawa 2,000 00 

949 79 



Fort William 
Salaries ($9,222.36) 

Permanent 

Allin, A. E Director and Provincial Analyst 3 months 637 50 

Bell, J. W Director 9 " 2,250 00 

Penny, S. F " 5H " 958 05 

Fader, E. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3 u 225 00 

Ferguson, J. M " " u 2 12 * 900 00 

Fraser, M. R Laboratory Attendant, Group 1.12 months 1,125 00 

Less leave of absence 148 19 976 81 

Thompson, W. J Laboratory Assistant, Group 1 12 months 1,700 00 

Temporary 

Fader, E. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 9 months 675 00 

Smith, V. I Laboratory Assistant, Group 2 12 " 900 00 

Travelling Expenses ($139.98) 

A. E. Allin 139 98 

Maintenance ($2,770.37) 

Laboratory Branch, Department of Health, 1,948.75; — — Cartage, express and 
freight, 145.81; postage, 254.00; telegrams, 6.13; telephone, 10.15; accounts 
under $100, 405.53 2,770 37 

North Bay 

Salaries ($6,322.01) 

Permanent 

McClure, A. D Director and Provincial Anlavst 3 months 637 50 

Wilson, W. M Director ' 5 " 1,583 30 

Conroy, M.J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 u 900 00 

Lawson, J. H Laboratory Assistant, Group 1 1,500 00 

Sullivan, W. J " " " 1 " 1,400 00 

Temporary 

Williamson, R. J. D Laboratory Assistant, Group 2 4 months 301 21 

Travelling Expenses ($376.50) 
A. D. McClure, 339.65; E. Tuft, 36.85 376 50 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 25 

Laboratory Divisions — Continued 

North Bay — Continued 

Maintenance ($2,799.07) 

Laboratory Branch, Department of Health, 1,831.18; Trout Lake Ice Co., 180.00; 

Cartage, express and freight, 87.79; postage, 255.81; telegrams, 11.63; 

telephone, 79.84; accounts under $100, 352.82 2,799 07 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Salaries ($3,000.00) 

Permanent 
Graham, N. F. W Director and Provincial Analyst 12 months 3,000 00 

Travelling Expenses ($115.84) 
N. F. W. Graham 115 84 

Maintenance ($699.04) 

Laboratory Branch, Department of Health, 336.68; Cartage, express and freight, 

34.65; postage, 97.20; telegrams, 8.72; telephone, 67.27; accounts under $100, 

154.52 699 04 

Western University, London 

Maintenance ($3,858.03) 

Laboratory Branch, Department of Health, 3,173.35; Cartage, express and 

freight, 66.59; postage, 469.00; accounts under $100, 149.09 3,858 03 

Queen's University, Kingston 

Maintenance ($912.%) 

Laboratory Branch, Department of Health, 811.88; Express, 29.64; postage, 

70.00; telegrams, 1.44 912 96 

Grants ($14,500.00) 
Public Health Laboratories: 

Queen's University, Kingston 5,000 00 

Peterborough 2,000 00 

Peterborough, for Equipment, Maintenance and Supplies 500 00 

Institute of Public Health, Western University, London 7,000 00 

Laboratory Divisions $59,761 10 

Main Office and Branches $934,088 89 

HOSPITALS BRANCH 

GENERAL OFFICE 
Salaries ($45,100.71) 

Permanent 

Sharpe, J. E Inspector of Mental Hospitals 12 months 3,600 00 

Barnes, K Clerk Typist, Group 2 " 975 00 

Biggar, E Provincial Bailiff " 1,200 00 

Campbell, M Clerk Typist, Group 2 " 825 00 

Cavan, V. G. J Clerk, Group 3 2 4/5" 194 79 

Chipman, W Heating Engineer 4 " 733 32 

Courtney, G Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,500 00 

Cresswell, CM Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,125 00 

Fox, C. J Provincial Bailiff " 2,000 00 

Haney, R. F Clerk, Group 1 " 1,500 00 

Howard, E. G Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3 " 206 25 



E 26 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Hospitals Branch — Continued 

General Office — Continued 

Janes, C. B Investigator 12 months 1,800 00 

Kiernan, J.J Chief Steward 9 " 2,475 00 

Kohli, F. A Director of Dental Service Br. (Part-time). 12 " 1,850 00 

LeMesurier, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Morell, G. A Inspector " 2,000 00 

Murray, M. H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Myers, C. R Consulting Psychologist (Part time) 1,500 00 

Peterson, V. G Clerk Typist, Group 1 3Y 2 months 302 02 

Reed, K Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 900 00 

Robinson, A. M " " " 2 " 825 00 

Ross, F. E Clerk Typist, Group 1 ■ 975 00 

Rothery, E. A Inspector of Nurses u 1,700 00 

Rushmere, M. M Clerk Typist, Group 2 3 " 206 25 

Simpson, N. M Clerk, Group 1 12 " 1,500 00 

Smith, W. D Senior Assistant Physician, Group 1 11^ " 3,435 48 

Stalker, M. E. J Medical Inspector of Public and Private 

Hospitals 12 a 3,000 00 

Telfer, C. J Inspector of Hospitals and Sanatoria 3,500 00 

Thompson, M. S Laboratory Assistant, Group 1 1,600 00 

Whillans, M. G Neuro-Pathologist 7 months 1,166 62 

Less leave of absence 333 26 833 36 

Temporary 

Howard, E. G Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 6 months 421 67 

Rushmere, M. M Clerk Typist, Group 2 5 u 341 53 

Van Alstyne, J. B Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 15/6 126 04 



Travelling Expenses ($7,881.69) 

H. Alger, 5.00; K. A. Ansley, 15.90; F. G. Beardall, 245.05; J. N. Boddy, 55.20; 
N. Bowers, 36.90; C. A. Buck, 107.59; S. G. Chalk, 5.05; W. Chipman, 202.13; 

C. A. Cleland, 22.40; D. R. Easton, 12.80; N. L. Easton, 6.80; C. B.Farrar, 54.17; 
W. Fenton, 6.80; H. M. E. Goldring, 8.00; K. G. Gray, 20.85; J. W. Hagan, 4.60; 
E.Hamilton, 10.45; R.F.Haney, 91.95; C. B.Janes, 1,354.25; J. J. Kiernan, 128.68; 
F. A. Kohli, 7.00; D. O. Lynch, 10.25; A. L. MacNabb, 78.54; C. A. McClena- 
han, 13.00; A. D. McClure, 25.30; C. H. McCuaig, 9.00; B. T. McGhie, 574.74; 

D. G. McKerracher, 7.85; J. McLachlan, 21.00; J. Miller, 112.40; H. K. Moir, 
13.82; R. C. Montgomery, 273.81; G. A. Morell, 1,310.33; C. R. Myers, 105.69; 

E. A. Rothery, 30.65; S. R. Seaman, 3.00; A. H. Sellers, 7.14; J. N. Senn, 74.35; 
J. E. Sharpe, 434.46; W. A. Skinner, 162.73; W. D. Smith, 75.80; M. E. J. Stalker, 
428.50; G. H. Stevenson, 253.95; W. G. Stevenson, 540.00; A. R. Summers, 
16.60; I. Sutton, 8.20; C. J. Telfer, 735.76; A. R. Turner, 148.00; R. J. White, 
5.25 



7,881 69 



Maintenance ($10,921.51) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., 135.65; King's Printer, 9,280.85; Sundry Persons, meals re 

overtime, 319.50; Customs, .38; express and freight, 4.50; telegrams, 256.50; 

telephone, 788.08; accounts under $100, 136.05 10,921 51 



Grants, etc. 



General Hospitals ($1,201,093.41) 

General Hospitals: 

Alliston, Stevenson Memorial, 3,067.00; Almonte, Rosamond Memorial, 1,490.70; 
Barrie, Royal Victoria, 2,836.90; Belleville, 10,158.40; Bowmanville, 1,639.30; 
Brampton, Peel Memorial, 1,050.00; Brantford, 17,212.80; Brockville, 6,508.70; 
Brockville, St. Vincent de Paul, 4,003.80; Burlington, Children's Convalescent 
Camp, 719.60; Chapleau, Lady Minto, 4,616.50; Chatham, 3,646.40; Chatham, 
St. Joseph's, 5,194.20; Clinton, 832.80; Cobalt, Municipal, 337.80; Cobourg, 
2,741.90; Cochrane, Lady Minto, 14,849.40; Collingwood, Blue Mountain 
Camp for Crippled Children, 1,095.20; Collingwood, General and Marine, 
5,135.90; Cornwall, 4,650.90; Cornwall, Hotel Dieu, 14,526.00; Dunnville, 
Haldimand War Memorial, 1,344.00; Durham, Red Cross Memorial, 772.30; 
Fergus, Groves Memorial, 472.50; Fort Erie, Douglas Memorial, 624.60; Fort 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 27 

Hospitals Branch — Continued 

Grants — Continued 
General Hospitals — Continued 

William, McKellar, 33,414.10; Gait, 4,179.70; Goderich, Alexandra General 
and Marine, 2,125.40; Guelph, 7,019.40; Guelph, St. Joseph's, 8,507.70; Hailey- 
bury, Misericordia, 4,824.70; Hamilton, 50,597.10; Hamilton, Mount, 11,163.80; 
Hamilton, St. Joseph's, 6,921.80; Hanover, Memorial, 986.70; Hawkesbury, 
Notre Dame, 2,401.50; Hearst, St. Paul, 19,172.32; Ingersoll, Alexandra, 1,413.30; 
Iroquois Falls, Anson, 2,156.80; Kenora, 3,567.47; Kenora, St. Joseph's, 4,730.60; 
Kincardine, 922.70; Kingston, 23,346.20; Kingston, Hotel Dieu, 13,975.40; 
Kitchener and Waterloo, 3,517.40; Kitchener, St. Mary's, 3,994.70; Lindsay, 
Ross Memorial, 4,923.20; Listowel, Memorial, 507.20; London, St. Joseph's, 
15,958.00 ; London, Victoria, 19,765.20 ; Matheson, Rosedale War Memorial, 
4,127.45; Mattawa, 5,160.35; Midland, St. Andrews, 3,413.60; Moose Fac- 
tory, Newnham Cottage, 30.00; Mount Forest, Louise Marshall, 654.30; New- 
market, York County, 2,556.10; Newtonbrook, St. John's Convalescent, 
6,177.25; Niagara Falls, 5,385.20; Niagara-on-the-Lake, Cottage, 1,144.10; 
North Bay, St. Joseph's, 7,469.03 ; North Bay, Queen Victoria Memorial, 
2,038.40; Orangeville, Lord Dufferin, 2,088.60; Orillia, Soldiers' Memorial, 
6,789.10; Oshawa, 3,342.30; Ottawa, 36,652.80; Ottawa, Civic, 55,078.80; 
Ottawa, Protestant Children's, 5,833.70; Ottawa, Salvation Army, Grace, 
9,108.30; Owen Sound, General and Marine, 2,315.20; Palmerston, 1,641.90; 
Paris, Willett, 2,853.00; Parry Sound, 4,933.70; Parry Sound, St. Joseph's, 
6,794.65; Pembroke, 5,971.80; Pembroke, Cottage, 3,336. c 0; Penetanguishene, 
1,375.80; Perth, Great War Memorial, 1,650.20; Peterborough, Nicholls, 7,007.10; 
Peterborough, St. Joseph's, 7,540.10; Petrolia, C. E. Englehart, 765.00; Picton, 
Prince Edward County, 2,949.40; Port Arthur, 14,935.75; Port Arthur, St. 
Joseph's, 22,038.30; Port Hope, 2,163.90; Renfrew, Victoria, 4,336.73; Sarnia, 
4,058.90; St. Catharines, 9,235.40; St. Thomas, Memorial, 7,750.50; Sault Ste. 
Marie, 6,023.32; Sault Ste. Marie, Plummer Memorial, 6,988.30; Seaforth, 
Scott Memorial, 631.00; Simcoe, Norfolk, 3,627.80; Sioux Lookout, 1,491.30; 
Smith's Falls, 2,654.80; Smith's Falls, St. Francis, 1,941.70; South Porcupine, 
Tisdale Public, 340.20; Stratford, 6,072.40; Strathroy, 2,161.50; Sturgeon Falls, 
Brebeuf, 6,911.35; Sudbury, St. Joseph's, 23,453.40; Tillsonburg, Soldiers' 
Memorial, 1,769.40; Timmins, St. Mary's, 3,275.90; Toronto, East General, 
28,325.60; Toronto, East General Civitan Camp, 475.20; Toronto, General, 
139,962.30; Toronto, Hastings Memorial Convalescent, 2,085.40; Toronto, 
Hillcrest Convalescent Home, 2,978.50; Toronto, Lockwood Clinic, 91.20; 
Toronto, Mothercraft Centre, 2,177.20; Toronto, Mount Sinai, 8,920.70; Toronto, 
Salvation Army, Grace, 2,592.60; Toronto, St. Joseph's, 35,543.10; Toronto, 
St. Michael's, 71,536.00; Toronto, Sick Children's, 74,482.10; Toronto, Welles- 
ley, 1,714.20; Toronto, Western, 49,204.50; Toronto, Women's College, 15,467.40; 
Walkerton, Bruce County, 1,531.90; Welland, County, 2,850.60; East Windsor 
Convalescent, 1,079.30; Windsor, Hotel Dieu, 6,889.50; Windsor, Metropolitan, 
12,500.60; Windsor, Salvation Army, Grace, 6,001.30; Wingham, 115.80; Wood- 
stock, 4,343.60 1,168,534 17 

Red Cross Hospitals: 

Apsley, 153.30; Armstrong, 138.60; Atikokan, 8.00; Bancroft, 1,097.50; Blind 
River, 2,089.35; Bracebridge, 2,924.30; Coe Hill, 120.30; Dryden, 6,262.85; 
Englehart, 2,240.95; Espanola, 2,619.30; Haliburton, 283.20; Hawk Junction, 
398.60; Hornepayne, 136.50; Jellicoe, 349.30; Kakabeka Falls, 188.70; Kirkland 
Lake, 4,938.65; Lion's Head, 273.00; Mindemoya, 1,692.30; Nakina, 86.95; 
New Liskeard, 1,621.79; Port Loring, 394.45; Quibell, 138.50; Rainy River, 
2,018.80; Redditt, 64.80; Richard's Landing, 571.80; Thessalon, 1,257.40; 
Whitney, 178.85; Wilberforce, 36.00; Red Cross Car, 275.20 32,559 24 

Hospitals for Incurables ($156,997.90) 

Hamilton, St. Peter's, 9,851.20; London, Parkwood, 15,709.20; Ottawa, Perley, 
12,922.60; Ottawa, St. Vincent, 31,472.00; Toronto Home for Incurable Chil- 
dren, 5,612.50; Toronto Hospital for Incurables, 54,314.80; Toronto, Mercy, 
23,305.20; Windsor. East, 3,810.40 156,997 90 

Maintenance of Patients in Sanatoria 
for Consumptives ($1,839,323.81) 

Maintenance of Patients in Sanatoria: 

Brant, 46,455.13; Essex, County, 72,822.28; Fort William, 70,423.03; Freeport, 
75,879.86; Hamilton, Mountain, 357,945.55; Kingston, 21,606.33; Muskoka, 



E28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Hospitals Branch — Continued 

Maintenance of Patients in Sanatoria for Consumptives — Continued 

254,087.81; Niagara, Peninsula, 48,845.41; Queen Alexandra, 286,896.28; Royal 
Ottawa, 116,354.82; St. Lawrence, 57,951.76; St. Marys-on-the-Lake, 62,996.99; 
The Preventorium, 29,525.21; Toronto and Queen Mary, 319,613.90; East 
Windsor Convalescent, 1,122.95 1,822,527 31 

Maintenance of Pneumo-Thorax Patients: 

Sundry Persons, board and lodging, 2,040.19; clothing, 103.13; travelling 

expenses, 192.40 2,335 72 

Treatment of Pneumo-Thorax Patients: 

Sundry Doctors, 243.00; Sundry Municipalities, 13,998.78; Sundry Sanatoria, 

219.00 14,460 78 

Travelling and Incidental Expenses for the Removal and Escort of 
Indigent Patients of Unorganized Territory, Burial Expenses, etc. ($8,984.60) 

Travelling Expenses: 

Sundry Indigents 5,61 1 90 

Burial Expenses: 

H. S. Anderson & Son, 30.00; Anderson & Harris, 75.00; G. E. Blake, 99.20; 
E. E. Bolton, 150.00; F. Cardinal, 30.00; Chenier's Funeral & Ambulance Ser- 
vice, 105.00; Commissioner of Police for Ontario, 20.25; L. Cosby, 60.00; J. 
H. Dallaire, 12.00; Donohue & Weber, 30.00; J. B. Ducharme, 165.00; A. E. 
Everest, 158.00; E. E. Fawcett, 60.00; J. A. Fullerton, 45.00; A. W. Golding, 
30.00; Guenette Funeral Service, 30.00; M. Halle, 210.00; Hamilton Health 
Association, 79.10; Hunkin's Funeral & Ambulance Service, 30.00; Jenkens 
& Son, 163.00; D. M. Johnson, 30.00; E. C. Killingsworth, 30.00; Last Post 
Fund, 225.00; A. Logan, 75.00; M. J. Mahon, 135.00; F. J. Martyn & Son, 
100.00; A. McDonald, 90.00; McGuinty & Heavener, 75.00; J. A. Menard, 20.00; 
Muskoka Hospital for Consumptives, 30.00; Neville Bros., 30.00; A. Paquette, 
90.00; Sargent & Son, 105.00; T. E. Simpson Co., 45.00; R. M. Smith, 225.00; 
W. Speers, 32.30; St. Mary's-on-the-Lake Sanatorium, 150.00; Symington 
Funeral Home, 30.00; F. Theoret, 135.00; Thorpe & Tulloch, Ltd., 30.00; Trustees, 
Toronto General Hospital, 78.85; B. Wright & Son, 30.00 3,372 70 

Grants ($91,450.90) 

Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Out-Patients Branch 7,823 90 

The Haven, Toronto, for Feeble-minded Women 2,800 00 

Canadian Red Cross Society 25,827 00 

Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy 5,000 00 

St. Peter's Infirmary, Hamilton 50,000 00 

Special Grants to Municipalities in Territorial Districts ($44,974.24) 
Towns: 

Bonfield, 100.71; Cache Bay, 1,944.09; Chapleau, 440.05; Chelmsford, 959.44; 
Cochrane, 833.17; Gravenhurst, 647.63; Huntsville, 902.91; Mattawa, 3,801.03; 
Sturgeon Falls, 6,056.82; Trout Creek, 421.09 16,106 94 

Villages: 

Magnetawan, 73.94; Nesterville, 376.44; Rosseau, 350.78 801 16 

Townships: 

Blezard, 168.47; Bonfield, 403.42; Bucke, 1,622.07; Burpee, 266.54; Calvert, 
668.42; Calvin, 81.89; Casey, 357.72; Casimir, Jennings and Appleby, 1,087.55; 
Chamberlain, 173.42; Chappie, 84.82; Charlton, 437.61; Cosby and Mason, 
1,746.05; Dack, 58.54; Dowling, 125.68; Draper, 406.79; East Ferris, 1,840.08; 
Fauquier, 1,554.93; Field, 3,659.10; Foley, 2,041.66 ; Glackmeyer, 763.54; 
Hagar, 1,430.15; Himsworth North, 1,720.39; Jaffray and Melick, 1,896.40; 
Macaulay, 151.48; Martland, 228.78; Mattawan, 1,907.75; McMurrich, 94.72; 
Perry, 503.79; Springer, 1,295.54; Stephenson, 502.70; Waters, 321.59; Widdi- 
field, 464.55 28,066 14 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E 29 



Hospitals Branch — Continued 



General Expenses — Ontario Hospitals 

Board of Examiners, Training School for Nurses ($180.66) 

Birks-Ellis-Ryrie, Ltd., 151.40; Accounts under $100, 29.26 



Removal of and Examination of Patients from Unorganized Districts ($11,129.06) 

Removal Expenses: 

M. Arthur, 29.10; E. Biggar, 2,198.69; C. A. Buck, 9.50; Canadian National 
Railways, 33.75; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 1,931.00; Children's Aid Society, 
Sault Ste. Marie and District of Algoma, 65.23; H. Clifford, 68.45; Commissioner 
of Police for Ontario, 713.87; R. H. Dick, 62.86; H. Forrest, 13.20; C. J. Fox, 
2,689.65; A. B. Girard, 16.10; R. M. Hearst, 65.60; H. E. Ivey, 46.75; A. Mac- 
Donald, 47.55; B. T. McGhie, 110.35; H. D. Mitchell, 5.05; J. M. Nesbitt, 
70.50; B. B. Smith, 10.75; E. Strachan, 31.60; Sundry Ontario Hospitals, 1,619.27; 
E. J. Turner, 9.55; W. I. Wagg, 229.40; A. W. Walsh, 207.59; H. B. White, 33.70. 

Medical Services: 

W. C. Arkinstall, 20.00; W. C. Arnold, 5.00; L. A. Aubin, 25.00; G. L. Bell, 
5.00; P. H. Bernstein, 25.00; J. A. R. Biron, 10.00; R. C. Bouvet, 5.00; E. J. 
Brennan, 195.00; £. Brunet, 60.00; R. C. Bull, 10.00; B. W. Casselman, 5.00; 
L. L. Crowe, 40.00; J. A. Crozier, 80.00; G. M. Dobbin, 15.00; L. A. Dupont, 
15.00; G. E. Eakins, 5.00; R. L. Empey, 10.00; S. E. Fleming, 5.00; A. T. Gillespie, 
10.00; W. J. Gunne, 5.00; R. E. Hartrv, 10.00; R. M. Harvie, 5.00; J. A. H. 
[oyal, 10.00; F. A. Kinnaird, 15.00; J.' M. Llovd, 5.00; D. J. Mason, 10.00; 
J. F. McCullough, 65.00; S. McTavish, 10.00; G. J. Middlebro, 5.00; H. K. 
Mitchell, 5.00; H. Morison, 5.00; J. E. O'Donnell, 10.00; A. E. Rannev, 10.00; 
J. C. Rennie, 15.00; W. G. Robinson, 15.00; K. Y. Sinclair, 5.00; W. W. Smith, 
55.00; A. R. Teasdale, 5.00 



180 66 



10,319 06 



810 00 



Clothing for Bailiffs Removing Patients ($237.83) 

Hutchison & Sons, 37.48; Louis, Men's Tailor, 42.50; Superior Cloak Co., Ltd., 
45.00; C. Wahlroth, 82.50; Sundries, 30.35 



237 83 



Grants to Recovered Indigent Patients from Ontario Hospitals and 
Removal Expenses to their Legal Domicile ($957.42) 



Sundry Patients. 



957 42 



Expenses in Connection with Conventions held at Various 
Institutions ($171.98) 

Travelling Expenses: 

H.L. Batstone, 9.43; A. J. Bromlev, 16.78; S. G. Chalk, 7.10; C. M. Crawford, 
17.50; J. Cummins, 5.76; H. Frank, 25.84; C. H. Gundry, 8.34; M. Hauze, 
6.95; S. J. Home, 10.80; J. H. Howitt, 1.75; G. C. Kidd, 14.94; T. S. Lawson, 
10.84; A. McCausland, 14.95; C. A. McClenahan, 7.05; H. C. Moorehouse, 6.45; 
M. G. Rendall, 4.50; Sundries, 3.00 



171 98 



Removal Expenses (other than patients) in Connection with 
the Ontario Hospitals ($2,053.87) 

A. G. Allen, 91.90; C. J. Astrop, 39.40; L. Bates, 3.05; M. B. Berry, 6.20; G. Bird, 
17.10; H. C. Blair, 6.35; G. B. Boag, 16.10; L. Bradley, 1.10; H. Burke, 7.40; 
C. A. Cleland, 59.75; W. O. Collins, 4.26; T. W. Connor, 192.01; W. W. Cooper, 
73.10; J. W. Corbett, 7.10; G. Cowan, 18.03; M. F. Curry, 6.25; J. C. Davidson, 
3.05; A. Davis, 20.75; K. Deline, 9.75; D. R. Easton, 29.40; C. L. Edward, 
3.55; E. Ferguson, 20.50; H. Gauld, 31.00; H. M. E. Goldring, 6.50; G. Gordon, 
53.05; J. D. Grieve, 2.05 ; J. Hagan, 14.00; J. S. Houston, 4.35; D. W. Hyslop, 
81.80; W. J. Irvine, 8.75; W. A. Kennedy, 12.10; M. K. Kerr, 9.35; F. S. Lawson, 
19.85; F. Leeking, 17.25; J. L. Loftus, 40.00; H. L. MacLaren, 6.10; R. Markle, 
77.67; E. R. Mason, 38.05; M. McArthur, 17.00; N. B. McAuley, 105.60; M. 
McKinley, 4.30; A. C. McLellan, 53.20; B. H. McNeel, 50.00; G. H. Midgley, 
78.55; A. Mitchell, 21.00; T. Monteith, 1.75; S. R. Montgomery, 162.25; W. 
Murray, 1.25; M. L. Peckham, 14.10; M. Politt, 5.35; M. G. Rendall, 12.65; 
N. M. Roberts, 6.40; F. Ross, 30.00; H. W. Simpson, 44.75; D. G. Smeaton, 
6.85; H. J. Smith, 45.00; R. A. Smith, 54.90; E. St. Amande, 6.64; T. A. Sweet, 
23.00; M. Tennant, 9.45; A. Thureige, 18.45; H. B. Todd, 2.95; W. E. Van 
Dusen, 18.95; M. C. Wellman, 18.00; J. H. White; 25.20; P.Wilde, 1.35; J. 
Williams, 15.00; C. H. Wilson, 72.56; H. D. Wilson, 44.50; F. Winrow, 1.60; E. 
York, 6.35; H. Zavitz, 17.00 



2,053 87 



E30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

General Expenses, Ontario Hospitals — Continued 
Printing and Stationery for Ontario Hospitals ($22,277.91) 



22,277 91 



King's Printer, 22,320.91; Purity Milk Cap Co., 16.00 22,336 91 

Less Refunds from Sundry Banks (allowance for printing cheques). . 59 00 

Grants to Schools for the Education of Children of Ontario 
Hospitals' Staff ($3,999.64) 

Board of Education: 

Brockville, 330.32; Fort William, 161.86; Hamilton, 257.20; Kingston, 26.65; 
London, 238.44; Orillia, 83.66; Penetanguishene, 1,157.00; Whitbv, 1,725.04; 
Woodstock, 19.47 ." 3,999 64 

Unforeseen and Unprovided ($2,033.12) 

Children's Aid Societies: — Oshawa, Ontario County, 275.00; Sarnia and County of 
Lambton, 273.75; W. W. Barraclough, 10.00; Beacock & Co., 451.20; Canadian 
National Railways, 103.50; Lanark County Home, 156.42; Sundry Attend- 
ants and Nurses, expenses re hospital treatment, 274.00; Toronto General 
Hospital, 187.25; Young Men's Christian Association, Toronto, 302.00 2,033 12 

General Office, Hospitals Branch $3,449,770 26 



ONTARIO HOSPITALS 

Brockville 

Salaries ($236,396.08) 

Tennant, C. S Superintendent 12 months 5,200 00 

Algie, E Supervisor u 1,400 00 

Ardill, E. M Superintendent of Nurses " 1,400 00 

Barnes, L Store Assistant u 1,200 00 

Clamp, E. A Stationary Engineer, Group 1 1,966 67 

Collier, M Supervisor 6% " 726 34 

Connell, E. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 975 00 

Connell, H. J Assistant Tailor (T) 3 " 262 50 

Cook, J Plumber 12 " 1,600 00 

Dodds, C. S Supervisor u 1,200 00 

Drawbridge, F Chief Supervisor " 1,500 00 

Easson, J Carpenter " 1,600 00 

Edmunds, R. C Carpenter's Helper " 1,200 00 

Ferguson, J. P Supervisor " 1,200 00 

Ferrier, G. C Medical Interne (T) 11 " 1,833 26 

Forbes, G. A Assistant Mason 12 * 1,200 00 

Gibson, R. H Supervisor 12 months 1,181 25 

Less leave of absence 469 69 711 56 

Glover, R Head Cook 12 months 1,300 00 

Graham, M. A Clerk Tvpist, Group 2 * 750 00 

Grice, F. A Supervisor u 1,200 00 

Gundry, C. H Assistant Physician 11 " 2,750 00 

Hogan, D. A Mason 12 " 1,600 00 

Houze, M Assistant Physician " 3,000 00 

Howe, M.I Clerk Typist, Group 2 ■ 750 00 

Johnston, V. G Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Kells, G. W Senior Assistant Physician " 3,300 00 

LeBas, M Psychological Interne (T) 6 u 15161 

Mallory, D. H Dentist (Part time) 16 00 

Manahan, H. E Telephone Operator, Group 1 ... 10 months 875 00 

" " Attendant 2 " 175 00 1,050 00 

Markle, R. P Dentist, Group 2 9 months 1,800 00 

McConnell, R. E Psychologist, Group 1 12 " 1,600 00 

McFaulds, J Baker " 1,500 00 

McLaughlin, A. J Upholsterer " 1,300 00 

Middagh, E. B Butcher " 1,125 00 

Moorhouse, H. C Assistant Physician " 3,000 00 

Mott, T. C Assistant Gardener " 1,050 00 

Parisien, P. P Social Service Worker, Group " 1,300 00 

Peterson, B. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3 " 206 25 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E31 

Ontario Hospital, Brockville — Continued 

Salaries — Contin ued 

Read, W. R Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 3% months 84 68 

Rendall, M. G Medical Interne 2 " 333 32 

Rothwell, H. J Storekeeper 12 " 1,800 00 

Rourke, V. G Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Rushton, R. H Gardener/ a 1,400 00 

Ruston, F Dietitian " 1,500 00 

Scott, G. D Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 3 4/5 " 95 00 

Short, J. M Steward, Group 2 12 " 2,850 00 

Simpson, C. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Sine, B. F Assistant Stationary Engineer 1,500 00 

Sloane, M. W. M Medical Interne 2 " 333 32 

Smith, D. W Tinsmith 12 " 1,300 00 

Steacy, G Clerk, Group 1 " 1,600 00 

Stratton, L. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 (T) 9% " 666 87 

Tennant, R. C Laundryman 12 u 1,400 00 

Tiernev, J. J Farmer " 1,600 00 

Tobin, J Supervisor " 1,400 00 

Turland, S Chef " 1,600 00 

Weeks, F. H Electrician " 1,600 00 

Willis, C Painter " 1,500 00 

Woodrow, W. H Dentist (Part time) 176 00 

Domestic Help, Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstresses, Porter and Messenger. . . 15,105 95 

Engineering Staff, Fireman, Shift Engineers and Watchmen 11,262 50 

Farm and Garden: Farm Hands and Teamster 5,091 94 

Attendants and Nurses 112,197 76 

Occupational Therapists and Technicians 3,384 98 

Nurses-in-Training 9,839 57 

Maintenance ($142,340.23) 

Travelling Expenses 1,139 67 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 8,271 44 

Provisions 57,448 86 

Fuel, Light and Water 34,154 38 

Clothing 12,535 46 

Laundry and Cleaning 5,237 10 

Furniture and Furnishings 7,482 22 

Office Expenses 1,806 42 

Farm Expenses 10,017 13 

Contingencies 2,282 23 

Live Stock, etc 1,965 32 

Travelling Expenses: 

C. H. Gundry, 362.74; R. E. McConnell, 289.00; A. E. McKercher, 41.98; H. 

C. Moorehouse, 49.40; P. P. Parisien, 311.20; C. S. Tennant, 85.35 1,139 67 

Maintenance: 

A. D. Adams & Son, 184.06; J. & A. Aziz, 448.60; Balfours, Ltd., 806.13; J. F. 
Barnard Sons, Ltd., 1,907.25; Bauer & Black, Ltd., 141.43; W. J. Bell Paper 
Co., Ltd., 272.32; A. D. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 383.04; Brampton Knitting 
Mills, 105.00; J. R. Bresnan & Son, 12,886.21; British & Colonial Trading Co., 
Ltd., 727.66; Brockville Public Utilities Commission, 7,604.68; W. A. Broughton 
& Son, 143.10; Brunner Mond, Canada, Ltd., 336.00; Burke Electric & X-Ray 
Co., Ltd., 1,205.05; H. C. Burton & Co., 205.82; Canada & Dominion Sugar 
Co., Ltd., 836.89; Canada Foundry & Forgings, Ltd., 111.54; Canada Starch 
Sales Co., Ltd., 298.47; Canadian Industrial Alcohol Co., Ltd., 130.65; Cana- 
dian Industries, Ltd., 190.46; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 425.55; 
J. Cancilla, 503.04; Central Coal Co., 12,925.82; Central Wholesale Grocers, 
Ltd., 238.39; Cockshutt Plow Co., Ltd., 144.00; H. P. Conklin, 666.00; Cope- 
land Flour Mills, Ltd., 588.00; W. L. Dailey, 127.85; Dalton & Grierson, Ltd., 
138.81; Delaney & Pettitt, Ltd., 398.47; Department of Health, 348.56; De- 
partment of Highways, 130.00; Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 1,301.85; 
Dominion Dental Co., Ltd., 136.77; Doyle's, Ltd., 495.00; L. C. Dunn, 1,171.95; 
Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 855.70; L. V. Easton, 373.25; Eddy Match 
Co., Ltd., 196.92; Endo Medical Products, Ltd., 133.68; F. A. Fitzpatrick, 
1,710.57; General Films, Ltd., 518.60; General Steel Wares, Ltd., 101.65; Gilmour 
& Co., 1,925.43; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 864.85; G. A. Hardie & Co., 
Ltd., 187.90; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 684.33; G. H. Hees, Son & Co., Ltd., 100.27; 



E32 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Ontario Hospital, Brockville — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Hogg & Lytle, Ltd., 293.08; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
330.53; Hygiene Products, Ltd., 322.26; Imperial Coffee & Spice Co., Ltd., 
1,043.21; Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 596.94; Interlake 
Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 1,154.04; A. Jergens Co., Ltd., 154.35; A. H. Judson, 
310.00; Land O' Lanark Creameries, 9,966.36; Loblaw Groceterias Co., Ltd., 
542.53; Luxura Tea Co., 158.40; MacCallum Manufacturing Co., 213.75; A. 
MacLean & Son, 623.60; Malcolm Condensing Co., Ltd., 272.00; Maple Leaf 
Milling Co., Ltd., 2,347.50; M. Markus, 215.60; Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., 365.49; 
McCarthy Milling Co., Ltd., 2,290.00; C. F. McGuire, 159.00; A. P. McLauchlan, 
108.00; W. R. McRae Co., 199.06; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 8,188.35; 
Merck & Co., 286.34; R. E. Mitchell, 126.20; National ^ Grocers Co., Ltd. 
439.55; Nerlich & Co., 237.74; Ontario Honey Producers' Co-operative, Ltd. 
184.00; Ontario Hospital, Hamilton, 176.00; Ontario Hospital, Kingston, 160.00; 
Ontario Hospital, Orillia, Industries, 342.00; Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 101.25; 
Ontario Hospital, Whitby, 1,614.40; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 18,359.21 
Parke, Davis & Co., 168.71; C. Parsons & Son, Ltd., 157.55; Prophylactic 
Brush Co. (Canada) Ltd., 130.80; Pugsley, Dingman & Co., Ltd., 366.28; Quaker 
Oats Co., 255.10; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 918.19; Ritchie's Cigar Store, 304.40; 
Roode Bros., Ltd., 513.35; W. Row, 353.60; St. Croix Soap Manufacturing 
Co., 381.64; St. Lawrence Engine Co., Ltd., 938.80; St. Lawrence Starch Co., 
Ltd., 147.63; Scott Funeral Home, 125.00; R. Sheridan Co., 164.25; Standard 
Brands, Ltd., 798.09; C. A. Starr Co., 155.86; Steele Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
516.55; Stevens Companies, 112.11 ; Sundry Persons, boarded-out patients, 
10,638.40; G. Taplin, 171.00; Textile Products Co., 203.43; J. R. Thrasher 
& Son, 2,876.00; Tuckett, Ltd., 612.20; Vernon & Co., Ltd., 129.50; T. G. Wag- 
horn, 252.50; Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 1,385.35; S. S. White 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 103.02; White's Hardware, Ltd., 271.14; Whyte 
Packing Co., Ltd., 947.12; S. C. Williams, 191.96; Witts Fertilizer Works, 

452.14; Cartage, express and freight, 1,136.07; musical services, 166.50; 

newspapers and periodicals, 267.41; postage, 785.00; religious services, 460.00; 
telephones, 821.60; accounts under $100, 4,624.00 141,200 56 



Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($5,662.77) 



Buildings. 
Engineers 



2,517 98 
3,144 79 



Allan Lumber Co., Ltd., 108.50; All-Weld Co., Ltd., 141.73; Brockville Lumber 
Corp., Ltd., 512.90; Canadian Powers Regulator Co., Ltd., 104.63; Crane, 
Ltd., 104.42; General Supply Company of Canada, Ltd., 117.85; Glidden Co., 
Ltd., 220.77; H. S. Howland'Sons & Co., Ltd., 186.80; Masco Co., Ltd., 129.92; 
H. W. Petrie, Ltd., 210.00; R. T. Purves, Ltd., 207.89; M. Sinclair Co., Ltd., 
365.02; R. H. Smart, Ltd., 292.33; St. Lawrence Oil & Supply Co., Ltd., 121.57; 
Superior Electric Supply Companv of Toronto, Ltd., 134.84; Wheeler & Bain, 
Ltd., 299.03; White's Hardware, Ltd., 209.10; Williams & Wilson, Ltd., 170.80; 
Cartage and freight, 69.67; accounts under $100, 1,955.00 5,662 77 

Brockville $384,399 08 



COBOURG 
Salaries ($88,902.74) 

Kidd, G. C Superintendent 12 months 5,000 00 

Allen, A. G Assistant Physician 9 " 2,250 00 

Barr, P. M Filing Clerk, Group 2 (T) 3 months 187 50 

« a " " " 2 9 " 562 50 750 00 

Brown, W Stationary Engineer, Group 2 12 months 1,600 00 

Burge, F Baker " 1,500 00 

Corbett, J. W Dentist, Group 3 (T) % " 116 66 

Dundas, G. A " " 1 (Part time) 848 00 

Faulkner, E Chef 12 months 1,400 00 

Froats, D. M Dietitian " 1,300 00 

Gauld, W. H Senior Assistant Phvsician 3 " 750 00 

Grieve, C. E Assistant Painter (T) " 243 75 

Kennaugh, C Carpenter 12 " 1,400 00 

McCarty, G. E Psychological Interne (T) 3H u 35 67 






1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH EJ13 

Ontario Hospital, Cobourg — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

McLaren, H. R Dentist (T) 1 month 166 66 

Medhurst, T Store Assistant 12 months 1,200 00 

Melville, R Assistant Gardener " 1,125 00 

Poison, M. S Social Service Worker, Group 2 " 1,200 00 

Ralls, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Shaw, I Head Nurse " 1,400 00 

Tritt, J. H Junior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 2Y 2 " 25 00 

Waller, W. C Steward, Group 3 12 " 2,100 00 

Wilson, M.J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstresses, etc 6,424 62 

Engineering Staff: Firemen, Shift Engineers, Watchman and Mechanic 9,387 51 

Farm and Garden : Truck Driver 975 00 

Nurses 45,679 87 

Maintenance ($73,472.83) 

Travelling Expenses 300 69 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 2,859 01 

Provisions 39,71 1 95 

Fuel, Light and Water 16,193 80 

Clothing 5,072 34 

Laundry and Cleaning 2,880 67 

Furniture and Furnishings 3,280 88 

Office Expenses 926 00 

Farm Expenses 279 05 

Contingencies 1 ,968 44 

Travelling Expenses: 

M. S. Poison 300 69 

Maintenance: 

J. & A. Aziz, 309.80; Balfours, Ltd., 752.10; J. Bamford & Sons, 351.50; 
Bauer & Black, Ltd., 631.12; W. J. Bell Paper Co., Ltd., 110.82; A. Bradshaw 
& Son, Ltd., 270.79; British & Colonial Trading Co., Ltd., 436.81 ; Brunner 
Mond Canada, Ltd., 147.84; Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 523.85; J. D. 
Burnett, 5,774.68; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 881.25; Canada Packers, 
Ltd., 768.24; Canada Starch Sales Co., Ltd., 349.72; Canadian Germicide Co., 
Ltd., 103.20; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 185.88; Capital Theatre, 
225.00; Central Wholesale Grocers, Ltd., 400.66; Cobourg City Dairy Co., Ltd., 
3,296.40; Cobourg Fruit Market, 583.46; Copeland Flour Mills, Ltd., 418.50; 
D. Denton & Son, 196.90; Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 119.85; Drygoods 
Specialty Co., 332.90; Dustbane Products, Ltd., 144.83; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 
190.80; Fisher's Dairv, 3,270.40; General Films, Ltd., 368.00; General Steel 
Wares, Ltd., 107.83; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 814.41; S. Gumpert & 
Co., 114.05; G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 116.18; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 184.16; 
Higgins & Burke, Ltd., 599.04; S. Hisey & Son, 220.00; Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission of Ontario, 141.79; Imperial Coffee & Spice Co., Ltd., 408.53; Inter- 
lake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 475.42; W. Jennings & Co., 1,030.76; Lakeside Milling 
Co., Ltd., 391.50; J. Lavis, 975.00; Libby, McNeill & Libby of Canada, Ltd., 
109.88; Loblaw Groceterias Co., Ltd., 312.55; Luxura Tea Co., 411.84; Mac- 
Callum Manufacturing Co., 354.30; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 285.28; S. McBride, 
520.31; H. O. McClelland, 1,225.80; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 2,573.16; 
National Grocers Co., Ltd., 758.37; Nerlich & Co., 196.41; Ontario Hospital, 
Kingston, 120.00; Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 251.94; Ontario Hospital, Whitby, 
570.34; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 12,591.07; Parke, Davis & Co., 106.75; 
Parsons Steiner, Ltd., 108.30; Public Utilities Commission of Cobourg, 3,173.34; 
Pugsley, Dingman & Co., Ltd., 110.25; Pure Gold Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
320.95; Quaker Oats Co., 538.50; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 1,185.10; St. Lawrence 
Starch Co., Ltd., 194.80; St. Croix Soap Manufacturing Co., 295.13; R. Simpson 
Co., Ltd., 126.51; Standard Brands, Ltd., 828.70; C. A. Starr Co., 126.22; Sundry 
Persons, boarded-out patients, 936.75; Textile Products Co., 264.05; Valley 
Camp Coal Company of Canada, Ltd., 11,847.91 ; White's Hardware, Ltd., 139.08; 

York Trading Co., Ltd., 100.05; A. B. Zacks, 142.90; Cartage and express, 

619.13; newspapers and periodicals, 116.91; postage, 544.00; religious services, 

455.00; telephone, 235.45; accounts under $100, 3,651.14 73,172 14 



E34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, Cobourg — Continued 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($2,976.10) 

Buildings 1,415 00 

Engineers 1 ,561 10 

Canada Paint Co., 145.31; Cobourg Lumber Co., 212.96; C. A. Dunham Co., Ltd., 
124.54; Eastern Scale Repair Works, 325.00; Glidden Co., Ltd., 197.28; Grinnell 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 169.97; C. Jackson, 180.00; W. Moore Paint Co., 

121.40; White's Hardware, Ltd., 213.07; Cartage, 29.90; accounts under 

$100, 1,256.67 2,976 10 

Cobourg $165,351 67 



Fort William 

Salaries ($34,119.75) 

Senn, J. N Superintendent 12 months 4,600 00 

Armstrong, W. J Supervisor " 1 ,300 00 

Baillie, A Superintendent of Nurses " 1,400 00 

Black, R. W Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Coveney, R. M " " " 2 (T) 4/5 " 56 70 

Holditch, G. L. E Head Cook 12 " 1,200 00 

Strachan, J. S Dental Surgeon (Part time) 70 00 

Western, H. U Steward, Group 2 12 months 2,400 00 

Wilson, C. H Assistant Physician 9 " 1,800 02 

Domestic Help, Maids 2,100 00 

Engineering Staff, Mechanic 1,125 00 

Farm Hands 1 ,800 00 

Attendants and Nurse 15,218 03 

Maintenance ($22,711.99) 

Medicine and Medical Comforts 1,127 02 

Provisions 7,069 85 

Fuel, Light and Water 3,247 91 

Clothing 1,801 04 

Laundry and Cleaning 968 39 

Furniture and Furnishings 785 13 

Office Expenses 255 63 

Farm Expenses 1,919 61 

Contingencies 1 ,678 10 

Live Stock, etc 3,859 31 

Algoma Laundrv, 129.51; Armstrong Commission, Ltd., 3,302.55; Bole's Feed Store, 
832.73; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 335.77; Bryan's, Ltd., 104.40; Burns Co., 
Ltd., 369.25; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 328.02; Canada Packers, 
Ltd., 291.89; Chappies, Ltd., 199.45; Cochrane Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 107.74; 
Coslett Machinery & Equipment Co., 428.96; Dow's Service Station, 130.88; 
Exclusive Fish Market, 225.65; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 264.55; J. F. 
Hartz Co., Ltd., 173.56; Hogg & Lytle, Ltd., 153.93; Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission, 1,056.66; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 168.92; Imperial Tobacco Sales Com- 
pany of Canada, 215.08; Kellough Bros. Dairy, 621.88; Kutnic Grocery & Meat 
Market, 123.77; Lakehead Oil Co., Ltd., 361.28; Luxura Tea Co., 196.02; Mac- 
Donalds Consolidated, Ltd., 119.30; Marshall-Wells Co., Ltd., 413.97; Matthews 
Dry Goods, Ltd., 334.04; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 339.03; J. Murphy 
Coal Co., 2,185.05; Nash Tailors, Ltd., 197.35; North Star Oil, Ltd., 222.04; 
Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 283.25; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 1,673.42; 
W. S. Piper, Ltd., 205.81; Reliable Hand Laundry & Tailoring, 460.94; Shrumm 
& Spear, 144.45; Shaw Baking Co., 154.83; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 448.77; 
Thunder Bay Co-Operative Dairy Co., Ltd., 1,049.42; Tuckett, Ltd., 105.00; 
Western Grocers, Ltd., 299.30; S. S. White Company of Canada, Ltd., 117.19; 
York Trading Co., Ltd., 110.39; Cartage, express and freight, 673.33; news- 
papers and periodicals, 82.24; postage, 103.11; telegrams, 34.28; telephone 95.42; 
accounts under $100, 2,737.61 22,71 1 99 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E35 



Buildings. 
Engineers 



Ontario Hospital, Fort William — Continued 
Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($2,958.56) 



2,077 79 
880 77 



Glidden Co., Ltd., 102.96; Kaministrquia Lumber Co., Ltd., 819.40; Northern 
Engineers & Supply Co., 131.47; W. S. Piper, Ltd., 234.66; G. Taylor, Ltd., 
293.71; P. Wanson, Ltd., 257.62; Western Engineering Service, Ltd., 113.52; 
Accounts under $100, 1,005.22 

Fort William $59,790 30 



2,958 56 



Hamilton 



Salaries ($295,678.50) 

Stewart, J. S Superintendent 12 months 5 

Anderson, A. M Telephone Operator, Group 2 

Barnard, T. W Plumber 11 " 1 

Bates, L Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 " 1 

Beilby, J. S X-Ray Technician, Group 1 (T) 4^ " 

Bichard, C Dairyman 12 " 1 

Blackwood, J Gardener 1 

Boulter, P Store Assistant (T) 2 months 187 50 

" " " 10 " 937 50 1 

Bowers, N. K Psychologist, Group 2 12 months 1 

Bradshaw, H Carpenter " 1 

Brillinger, H. R Clinical Physician " 3 

Campbell, W. S Medical Interne (T) 6 months 983 83 

" " « 3 " 500 00 1 

Carter, A Telephone Operator, Group 2 12 months 

Cavin, J Supervisor 1 

Clark, E. H Tailor " 1 

Cornwell, T Senior Clerk 1 

Cose, E Laundryman " 1 

Cummins, J. A Assistant Physician " 3 

Currie, A Supervisor " 1 

Danton, J Stationary Engineer, Group 2 1 

Deadman, W. A Consultant in Pathology (Part time) 

Dobkin, J Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne. (T) 33^ months 

Easton, D. R Assistant Physician 12 " 2 

Edwards, C. L Herdsman 1 " 

Elliott, H.J Carpenter 12 " 1 

Fraser, J.J Assistant Physician " 2 

Gardner, M Assistant Dietitian (T) 2^ " 

Gatehouse, A Acting Herdsman 12 " 

Geddes, C. A Supervisor " 1 

Gilgot, J Chief Supervisor, Group 1 " 1 

Gleeson, G. P Steward, Group 2 " 2 

Godwin E Painter " 1 

Goodale, R Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 

Hall, R. Y Plumber " 1 

Hamilton, E. D Dietitian " 1 

Haronen, A Supervisor " 1 

Harrison, J Gardener a 1 

Hull, H. R Plasterer " 1 

Jeffrey, R Supervisor " 1 

Jones, D. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 

Kilpatrick, D. T Mason " 1 

Kneale, H. A Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne. (T) 2 " 

Kreiner, J. H Senior Assistant Physician 12 " 3 

Lang, W Supervisor " 1 

Lee, F. J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 

Lockhart, J. O Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne. (T) 3 4/5 months 

MacDonald, R. J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 months 

MacKay, A Laundryman 1 y 2 u 

McClure, J. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 

McCormick, M. E Social Service Worker, Group 2 " 1 

McEvoy, J. G Upholsterer " 1 



,400 00 
750 00 
466 63 
,200 00 
430 00 
200 00 
,200 00 

125 00 
,200 00 
,600 00 
,000 00 

,483 83 
975 00 
,400 00 
,300 00 
,600 00 
,400 00 
,000 00 
,400 00 
,800 00 
480 00 

84 76 
,400 00 

93 75 
,600 00 
,700 00 
214 52 
975 00 
,200 00 
,600 00 
,200 00 
200 00 
975 00 
,600 00 
,600 00 
,400 00 
,400 00 
,400 00 
,200 00 
975 00 
,600 00 

47 98 
,300 00 
,125 00 
900 00 

95 59 
900 00 
136 09 
900 00 
,300 00 
,300 00 



E36 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, Hamilton — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

McGrinder, J Chef 12 months 1,300 00 

Mclntyre, A. J Assistant Physician " 2,400 00 

McLachlan, J. R Dentist (Part time) 200 00 

McLaren, H. R a Group 3 (T) 8 months 1,333 28 

" * u 3 3 " 500 00 1,833 28 

Mellow, G. A Assistant Physician 12 months 2,400 00 

Middleton, J Telephone Operator, Group 2 (T) 1/6 " 10 08 

Owens, O Electrician 12 " 1,600 00 

Pavelin, B Painter " 1,300 00 

Perry, V. R Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne. (T) 3 " 73 34 

Roberts, T Baker 12 " 1,500 00 

Rutledge, H. S. W Plumber " 1,400 00 

Scott, W. J Shoemaker " 1,200 00 

Smith, M. M Filing Clerk, Group 2 (T) 3 months 187 50 

" " " " 2 9 ■ 562 50 750 00 

Smith, W. J Storekeeper 12 months 1,491 67 

Sproule, R. W Clerk, Group 1 1,200 00 

Stoneman , R Supervisor 1 ,400 00 

Teeple, L. O Farmer " 1,300 00 

Tidey, J. T Assistant Gardener " 975 00 

Townsend, A. E Supervisor 1,300 00 

Turney, K Superintendent of Nurses 1,600 00 

Urben, K. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Wakefield, G Meat Cutter " 1,200 00 

Ward, H. G Supervisor ■ 1,400 00 

Weber, W. H Medical Interne " 2,000 00 

Winterbottom, G. W Supervisor " 1,400 00 

Domestic Help, Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstress, Porter and Messenger 19,020 63 

Engineering Staff, Firemen, Shift Engineers 11,249 76 

Farm and Garden, Farm Hands, Teamster, Truck Driver 7,500 00 

Attendants and Nurses 139,376 81 

Occupational Therapists and Technician 5,518 75 

Nurses-in-Training 10,971 03 

Maintenance ($209,544.39) 

Travelling Expenses 878 81 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 11,193 19 

Provisions 83,078 80 

Fuel, Light and Water 54,480 43 

Clothing 15,292 06 

Laundry and Cleaning 7,212 87 

Furniture and Furnishings 13,265 75 

Office Expenses 2,902 81 

Farm Expenses 14,383 25 

Contingencies 3,804 26 

Live Stock, etc 3,052 16 

Travelling Expenses: 

N. K. Bowers, 95.65; H. R. Brillinger, 101.15; W. Edmunds, 65.24; M. E. Mc- 

Cormick, 616.77 878 81 

Maintenance: 

Abbott Laboratories, Ltd., 183.82; Aluminum Goods, Ltd., 145.80; A. Armstrong, 
2,312.65; J. & A. Aziz, 863.42; Balfours, Ltd., 2,162.24; Bauer & Black, Ltd., 
311.64; W. J. Bell Paper Co., Ltd., 264.16; Blatchford Feeds, Ltd., 588.30; 
A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 274.73; British & Colonial Trading Co., Ltd., 334.46; 
British Drug Houses (Canada), Ltd., 189.23; Brown Bros., 154.00; Burke Electric 
& X-Ray Co., Ltd., 1,004.08; J. L. Byer & Sons, 465.00; Caledonia Milling Co., 
Ltd., 760.30; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 4,449.29; Canada Glove Co., 
118.70; Canada Starch Sales Co., Ltd., 250.06; Canadian Laundry Machinery 
Co., Ltd., 128.88; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 311.53; J. Cassin, 
105.00; Central Fish & Poultry Market, 1,210.99; Central Wholesale Grocers, 
Ltd., 822.73; Copeland Flour Mills, Ltd., 1,401.76; Corbett-Cowley, Ltd., 120.00; 
Crown Dominion Oil Co., Ltd., 774.30; Dalglish & Co., 194.47; W. R. Dean, 
2,502.78; Dell's Distributors, 116.34; Delaney & Pettit, Ltd., 130.68; Denco 
(Ontario), Ltd., 157.82; Department of Health, 733.26; Diamond Cleanser & 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH F 37 

Ontario Hospital, Hamilton — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Soaps, Ltd., 1,715.98; Dominion Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., 431.75; Drygoods Spe- 
cialty Co., 143.09; Dustbane Products, Ltd., 175.40; Eastman Photographic 
Stores, Ltd., 787.99; Eddy Match Co., Ltd., 157.53; Empire Universal Films, 
Ltd., 150.00; Endo Medical Products, Ltd., 282.40; W. Farrar & Co., 
Ltd., 760.95; Ferrey Coal Co., Ltd., 27,499.33; Firth Bros., 760.21; Gillies 
Guy, Ltd., 6,048.99; Gooderham & Worts, Ltd., 112.05; Gordon, MacKay 
& Co., Ltd., 1,071.40; S. Gumpert & Co., 171.08; City of Hamilton, 15,821.70; 
Hamilton Hvdro-Electric System, 4,502.89; Hamilton's Wiper & Supplies, 
257.45; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 687.64; G. H. Hees Son & Co., Ltd., 108.49; Hub- 
bard Portable Oven Company of Canada, Ltd., 215.00; Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission of Ontario, 217.54; Imperial Coffee & Spice Co., Ltd., 1,344.96; 
Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 236.76; Ingersoll Cream 
Cheese Co., Ltd., 382.03; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 258.42; Interlake Tissue Mills 
Co., Ltd., 756.95; International Harvester Company of Canada, Ltd., 1,822.06; 
Ivey & Co., 288.73; Jem Rubber Co., Ltd., 645.70; R. Kerr & Son, 216.00; 
W. H. Kilby, 115.80; J. King, 205.20; Latner Shoe & Slipper Co., 205.00; The 
Levis, 152.95; Leggat's Garage, 197.37; Loblaw Groceterias Co., Ltd., 683.00; 
Lumsden Bros., 1,008.74; Luxura Tea Co., 633.60; MacCallum Manufacturing 
Co., 320.83; McCarthy Milling Co., Ltd., 1,584.20; T. R. McCaw, 218.10; 
McGregor Clinic, 750.00; Malcolm Condensing Co., Ltd., 250.00; Maple Leaf 
Milling Co., Ltd., 8,906.65; O. E. Marshall, 120.12; Marshall Co., Ltd., 15,343.17; 
Mercer Reformatory Industries, 14,025.23; Merck & Co., Ltd., 292.00; Mer- 
cury Mills, Ltd., 330.00; R. E. Mitchell, 182.50; Muratori's Macaroni Manu- 
facturing Co., 171.65; National Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 
178.34; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 1,228.66; National Refining Co., Ltd., 111.82; 
R. Neill, Ltd., 252.50; Nerlich & Co., 789.03; Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 
249.62; Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., 239.30; Office Specialty Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 123.89; Ontario Hospital, Fort William, 1,337.66; Ontario Hospital, 
Orillia, Industries, 422.50; Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 118.40 ; Ontario Hospital, 
Whitby, 344.00; Ontario Hospital, Woodstock, 909.28; Ontario Lubricating Co., 
Ltd., 121.00; Ontario Reformatory, 250.00; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
27,658.53; Ontario Tobacco Co., 438.60; Parke, Davis & Co., 755.07; J. D. Pat- 
terson & Co., 145.35; Prophylactic Brush Co. (Canada), Ltd., 119.90; Pugsley 
Dingman & Co., Ltd., 616.56; Quaker Oats Co., 324.25; Reckitts (Overseas), 
Ltd., 105.22; W. E. Reid, 240.00; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 950.00; Royal Canadian 
Tobacco Co., 296.50; St. Croix Soap Manufacturing Co., 844.70; St. Lawrence 
Starch Co., Ltd., 633.68; Standard Brands, Ltd., 1,718.65; C. A. Starr Co., 
288.33; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 290.20; Stevens Companies, 338.65; 
Stevenson Fruit Co., 1,756.40; Sully Aluminum, Ltd., 547.70; Sundry Persons, 
boarded-out patients, 10,159.84; Supertest Petroleum Corporation, Ltd., 348.16; 
Tillsonburg Creamery, Ltd., 622.96; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 268.50; Tuckett, 
Ltd., 1,001.48; J. B. Tweedale, 213.86; H. A. Twiss, 134.50; United Gas & Fuel 
Company of Hamilton, Ltd., 155.65; Vernon & Co., Ltd., 319.00; Western 
Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 639.14; S. C. Williams, 164.95; Wilson's Produce, 
1 ,057.15 ; Wood, Alexander & James, Ltd., 300.77 ; York Trading Co., Ltd., 162.92 ; 

A. B. Zacks, 625.25; Cartage and express, 702.90; musical services, 34.00; 

newspapers and periodicals, 203.45; postage, 917.00; religious services, 345.00; 

telegrams, 39.92; telephones, 1,761.15; accounts under $100, 6,474.74 208,665 58 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($9,207.53) 

Buildings 3,643 68 

Engineers 5,563 85 

Boiler, Furnace & Stove Parts, Ltd., 630.14; Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., Ltd., 
107.90; Canadian Laundry Machinery Co., Ltd., 109.20; Canadian Westing- 
house Co., Ltd., 136.98; Crane, Ltd., 447.03; W. H. Cunningham & Hill, Ltd., 
409.01; Garlock Packing Company of Canada, Ltd., 178.56; Grinnell Company 
of Canada, Ltd., 233.29; Hamilton Builder's Supply, Ltd., 185.85; G. A. Hardie 
& Co., Ltd., 407.96; Patterson & Crosthwaite, 892.81; R. T. Purves, Ltd., 150.89; 
J. Robertson Co., Ltd., 185.92; Scarfe & Co., Ltd., 552.54; M. Sinclair Co., Ltd., 
102.10; Smart Turner Machine Co., Ltd., 242.76; J. B. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 
116.48; M. Stuart Co., Ltd., 117.00; Sturgeons, Ltd., 347.20; Vallance, Brown 
& Co., Ltd., 621.87; Wood, Alexander & James, Ltd., 563.01; accounts under 
$100, 2,469.03 9,207 53 

Hamilton $514,430 42 



E 38 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Ontario Hospitals — Continued 
Kingston 

Salaries ($256,646.43) 

Clark, E. A Superintendent 12 months 4,600 00 

Ashby, W Farmer " 1,600 00 

Batstone, H. L Assistant Physician " 3,000 00 

Billings, H. R Supervisor " 1,300 00 

Black, T Mason " 1 ,600 00 

Bradley, H. E Dental Nurse (Part time) 130 00 

Brown, J Stationary Engineer, Group 2 12 months 1,800 00 

Camm, E Supervisor " 1 ,400 00 

Carman, M Housekeeper " 1,600 00 

Carnie, T. G Supervisor " 1,300 00 

Carscallen, K. E Social Service Worker, Group 2 " 1,300 00 

Charnock, J. H Supervisor " 1,400 00 

Cleland, C. A Senior Assistant Physician " 3,300 00 

Clissold, B Electrician " 1 ,600 00 

Conran, H Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne. (T) 4 " 100 00 

Cowan, G Head Cook 9 " 975 01 

Crawford, CM Senior Assistant Physician 12 " 3,300 00 

Crawford, M Superintendent of Nurses " 1,600 00 

Davidson, M. H Psychologist " 1 ,300 00 

Dawson, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 1,200 00 

Day, H Supervisor " 1,400 00 

Dick, C. A Laundryman " 1 ,300 00 

Dovle, A. M Assistant Physician " 3,000 00 

Drumm, J Storekeeper 1,800 00 

Ferguson, N. B Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 900 00 

Flowers, H Supervisor " 1,400 00 

Folger, H. P Medical Consultant (Part time) 510 00 

Gibbs, W. G Carpenter 12 months 1,600 00 

Gillespie, W. H Plumber " 1,500 00 

Graves, J. W Clerk, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Groves, C. W Assistant Mason " 1,200 00 

Johnston, H. W Dietitian " 1 ,200 00 

Kay, S Supervisor " 1,400 00 

Kerr, J. R " ... " 1,400 00 

Keys, J " " 1,400 00 

Lambert, F Carpenter's Helper " 1 ,300 00 

Lumb, H. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Lyons, R. C Painter " 1,300 00 

Mackintosh, E Supervisor " 1,300 00 

McVicker, D. C Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne. (T) 3 4/5" 95 59 

Miller, J Clinic Pathologist (Part time) 432 00 

Mooney, E Supervisor 12 months 1,125 00 

Less leave of absence 525 00 600 00 

Morris, S. O Assistant Physician 12 months 3,000 00 

Murray, B. J Assistant Painter " 1,050 00 

O'Brien, G. L Herdsman " 1,200 00 

Ohlke, F. R Clerk, Group 1 " 1,300 00 

Paupst, W Chief Supervisor " 1.600 00 

Pelow, M. H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Roberts, J Head Cook " 1,125 00 

Shangrow, A. E Steamfitter " 1,400 00 

Sharpe, J Supervisor " 1,400 00 

Shermer, R " " 1,300 00 

Smolkin, S Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 4 u 100 00 

Stephenson, I Filing Clerk, Group 1 12 " 900 00 

Sweet, C Assistant Gardener 1,200 00 

Telfer, G. W Assistant Physician " 3,000 00 

Trotter, G. K Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 4 " 100 00 

Tunbridge, J Baker 12 " 1,300 00 

Walker, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Walsh, J. L Dentist, Group 3 (T) 9 months 1,524 69 

" « " " 2 3 " 500 00 2,024 69 

Wartman, C. R Steward, Group 2 12 months 2,300 00 

Webb, W Gardener " 1,400 00 

Wilson, H. D Assistant Physician " 2,300 00 

Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstress, Porter and Messenger. . . . 11,730 66 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E39 



Ontario Hospital, Kingston — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Engineering Staff: Firemen, Shift Engineers 14,896 85 

Farm and Garden: Farm Hand and Truck Driver 2,250 00 

Attendants and Nurses 120,012 94 

Occupational Therapists 4,303 85 

Nurses-in-Training 11,896 51 

Library Assistants 138 33 

Maintenance ($163,666.75) 

Travelling Expenses 967 62 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 7,865 71 

Provisions 77,130 98 

Fuel, Light and Water 34,770 18 

Clothing 14,700 09 

Laundry and Cleaning 4,653 70 

Furniture and Furnishings 9,419 46 

Office Expenses'. 2,101 14 

Farm Expenses 4,933 71 

Contingencies 4,416 60 

Live Stock 2,707 56 

Travelling Expenses: 

E. A. Clark, 46.15; M. H. Davidson, 132.05; A. M. Doyle, 789.42 967 62 



Ltd., 278.24; Eddy Match Co., Ltd. 
don, Mackay & Co., Ltd., 1,880.73; 
& Co., Ltd., 315.11; J. F. Hartz Co., 
Home's Fish Market, 1,396.85; S. W. 



Maintenance: 

J. & A. Aziz, 326.61; F. G. Babcock, 289.75; Balfours, Ltd., 370.26; J. F. Bar- 
nard's Sons, Ltd., 809.25; Bauer & Black, Ltd., 158.64; J. Bawden, 699.78 
Birrell Bros., 359.00; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 351.57; E. Brawley, 147.50 
British & Colonial Trading Co., Ltd., 309.30; Brookside Farm Dairy, 504.00 
Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 978.55; C. & N. Garment Co., 670.32; Cain's 
Funeral Home, 175.00; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 2,219.34; Canada 
Starch Sales Co., Ltd., 340.72; Canada Vinegars, Ltd., 122.12; Canadian General 
Electric Co., Ltd., 194.37; Canadian General Rubber Co., Ltd., 174.44; Canadian 
Industries, Ltd., 253.55; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 376.87; 
Cassidy's, Ltd., 160.65; Central Wholesale Grocers, Ltd., 151.86; A. Chown 
& Co., Ltd., 132.82; E. Chown & Son, Ltd., 605.26; C. S. Clark, 270.00; Collin's 
Bav Penitentiary, 389.00; Copeland Flour Mills, Ltd., 955.25; Corbett-Cowley, 
Ltd., 134.15; W. R. Dean, 199.50; Delaney & Pettit, Ltd., 162.10; Department 
of Health, 299.34; Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 316.04; Drury's Supplies, 
14,333.76; Drygoods Specialty Co., 320.94; Eastman Photographic Stores, 

131.28; General Films, Ltd., 614.65; Gor- 
N. Greenlees, 2,258.00; G. A. Hardie & 
Ltd., 751.86; Hogg & Lytle, Ltd., 320.62 
Houston, 315.00; Imperial Coffee & Spice 
Co., Ltd., 718.84; Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 975.10 
Ingersoll Cream Cheese Co., Ltd., 332.68; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 255.44; Inter 
lake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 1,151.21; Ivey & Co., 138.53; Johnson & Johnson 
Ltd., 164.75; Kingston Creameries, Ltd., 12,239.96; Kingston Milling Co. 
Ltd., 531.26; Kingston Public Utilities Commission, 3,093.88; J. Laidlaw & 
Son, Ltd., 239.32; Latner Shoe & Slipper Co., 203.80; Loblaw Groceterias Co. 
Ltd., 629.02; London Shoe Co., Ltd., 343.60; J. Lowe Corporation, 115.77 
Luxura Tea Co., 1,425.60; A. MacLean & Son, 1,982.65; Malcolm Condensing 
Co., Ltd., 310.00; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 2,825.75; M. Marcus, 275.20 
Marshall's Co., Ltd., 463.93; E. McAllister, 205.00; W. R. McRae & Co., 446.42 
Mercer Reformatory Industries, 9,727.14; Morris Coal Co., 17,014.44; Mura 
tori's Macaroni Manufacturing Co., 103.70; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 584.91 
R. Neill, Ltd., 137.50; Nerlich & Co., 237.04; Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd. 
701.50; Ontario Honey Producers Co., Ltd., 640.00; Ontario Hospital, Hamilton 
Ontario Hospital, Orillia, Industries, 378.00; Ontario Hospital, Whitby 
Ontario Reformatory Industries, 27,860.69; Ontario Tobacco Co. 
Parke, Davis & Co., 329.68; Prophylactic Brush Co. (Canada), Ltd 
Pugsley, Dingman & Co., Ltd., 220.50; Quaker Oats Co., 263.75; Reckitts 
(Overseas), Ltd., 219.15; J. Reid, 112.60; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 828.29; G 
Robertson & Son, Ltd., 726.13; Royal Canadian Tobacco Co., 125.00; C. Scholes 
228.60; Shell Oil Company of Canada, Ltd., 253.48; St. Croix Soap Manufac 
turing Co., Ltd., 457.97; St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 918.71 ; Standard Brands 



381.95; 
333.00; 
310.00; 
108.99; 



E40 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Ontario Hospital, Kingston — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Ltd., 905.61; C. A. Starr Co., 392.84; Sundry Persons, boarded-out patients, 
12,359.33; J. J. Taugher, 187.55; Textile Products Co., 398.23 ; J. B. Thrasher 
& Son, 612.25; Tip-Top Canners, Ltd., 148.25; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 157.00; 
R. H. Toye & Co., 1,414.85; Tuckett, Ltd., 340.50; Tweedell's, Ltd., 1,190.50; 
Vallance, Brown & Co., Ltd., 220.06; R. Vanderwater, 355.40; J. Varrette, 
2,988.30; Vernon & Co., Ltd., 460.10; Victoria Paper & Twine Co., Ltd., 169.45; 
Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 585.68; White's Hardware, Ltd., 127.76; 
S. C. Williams, 230.05; Witt's Fertilizer Works, 143.00; A. B. Zacks, 113.75; 
Zakos Bros., 148.82; Cartage, express and freight, 1,213.17; musical ser- 
vices, 85.00; newspapers and periodicals, 217.91; postage, 692.00; religious ser- 
vices, 600.00; telegrams, 50.24; telephones, 1,164.37; accounts under $100, 
6,232.78 162,699 13 



Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($8,838.01) 



Buildings. 
Engineers , 



5,028 63 
3.809 38 



Allan Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,213.83; Beatty Bros., Ltd., 242.26; Burke Electric Co., 
156.21; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 121.83; Canadian Locomotive Co., Ltd., 
181.35; A. Chown & Co., Ltd., 122.42; E. Chown & Son, Ltd., 345.06; Crane, 
Ltd., 479.95; Dominion Oxygen Co., Ltd., 125.75; Drury's Supplies, 522.36; 
Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 129.43; Howland, Sons & Co., Ltd., 
110.00; A. E. Jupp Construction Co., Ltd., 847.60; Lowe Bros. Co., Ltd., 126.96; 
MacLachlan Lumber & Woodworking Co., 227.43; W. R. McRae & Co., 129.90; 
W. Moore Paint Co., 245.80; A. Murray & Co., Ltd., 112.29; Smart Turner 
Machine Co., Ltd., 119.75; St. Lawrence Oil Supply Co., Ltd., 101.30; Stur- 
geon's, Ltd., 475.14; Warren Supplv Co., 124.34: Cartage, express and 

freight, 161.58; accounts under $100, 2,415.47 

Kingston $429,151 19 



8,838 01 



London 

Salaries ($343,661.84) 

Stevenson, G. H Superintendent 12 months 6,600 00 

Bendle, E. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 (T) 3 months 206 25 

" ■ " " 2 8 " 542 63 748 88 

Buckland, A Supervisor 12 months 1,400 00 

Carscallen, H. B Assistant Physician " 2,233 33 

Davies, A Supervisor 1,400 00 

Demerling, A. W Head Cook " 1,200 00 

Dodd, A Supervisor " 1,400 00 

Earle, W. J Medical Interne (T) 5 " 833 30 

Fahey, H. J Dentist, Group 3 (T) 6}/ 2 months 1,080 60 

" " "3 1 " 166 67 1,247 27 

Ferguson, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 2^ months 200 42 

Fisher, F. S Steward, Group 1 12 " 3,000 00 

Forrester, J Poultryman " 1 ,400 00 

Gale, W Assistant Stationary Engineer 1,600 00 

GirTord, E. V Psychological Interne (T) 3 4/5 " 95 78 

Gourley, J Laundryman 12 " 1,300 00 

Halpin, W Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 (T) " 825 00 

Hobbs, G. E Assistant Physician " 3,000 00 

Hodgetts, E. W Herdsman " 1,200 00 

Horwood, L Superintendent of Nurses 1,500 00 

Hunter, H Carpenter's Helper 12 months 1,200 00 

Less leave of absence 12 91 1,187 09 

Johns, E. P Pathologist (Part time) 432 00 

Johnstone, J Supervisor 12 months 1,400 00 

Jubb, W Painter " 1,500 00 

Kettle, V. H Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Kirkland, T Social Service Worker, Group 2 " 1,700 00 

Knight, W Steamfitter " 1,300 00 

LeClear, E. M Telephone Operator, Group 2 " 825 00 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E41 



Ontario Hospital, London — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 



Loftus, L. J Assistant Physician 12 months 2,400 00 

Logan, E. B Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 975 00 

Lugsdin, G. H Assistant Physician " 2,300 00 

MacPherson, F Farmer (T) 7 " 700 00 

Marshall, H. M Chief Supervisor 12 months 1,700 00 

Less leave of absence 84 99 1,615 01 

Martin, W Gardener 12 months 1,400 00 

May, J Supervisor " 1,400 00 

McAlpine, H. T Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne(T) 3 4/5 " 96 64 

McCausland, A Senior Assistant Physician 12 " 3,700 00 

McGeoch, J " " " " 3,600 00 

McGregor, K. M Assistant Phvsician " 2,133 33 

McLellan, A Supervisor " 1,300 00 

McLellan, D Farmer 4 " 533 32 

McLelland, J Assistant Laundryman 12 months 1,050 00 

Less leave of absence 28 23 1,021 77 

McLeod, W Herdsman 12 months 1,300 00 

McNeel, B. H Assistant Physician 7 " 1,300 00 

Miller, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 . (T) 4 months 275 00 

" " " " 2 6 " 412 50 687 50 

Milmine, H " " " 1 12 months 1,200 00 

Milne, A Dentist (Part time) 592 00 

Moffatt, F Supervisor 12 months 1,400 00 

Less leave of absence 99 84 1,300 16 

Neale, G. W Stationary Engineer, Group 2 12 months 2,000 00 

O'Connell, J. J Medical Interne (T) 4 3/5 " 761 08 

Officer, A Technician, Group 1 12 " 1,200 00 

Parkes, D. R Dentist, Group 3 (T) 1 " 150 53 

Rose, S Electrician 12 " 1,600 00 

Routledge, A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Rush, J. C Head Gardener " 1,600 00 

Russell, V. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 (T) % " 51 01 

Sanderson, W Painter 12 " 1,200 00 

Sharpe, W. D Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne. (T) 3 4/5 months 96 64 

Snelgrove, A Clerk, Group 1 12 months 1,600 00 

Soutar, W Baker 12 months 1,400 00 

Less leave of absence 122 43 

Sparling, M. E Psychologist, Group 2 .(T) 3 months 300 00 

• " " 2 9 months 900 00 1,200 00 

Less leave of absence 22 58 

Sperring, F Shoemaker 12 months 

Spooner, E Dietitian 

Stark, J Storekeeper 

Stumpf , H.J Supervisor " 

Tew, W. P Medical Consultant (Part time) 

Thiel, M Housekeeper 12 months 975 00 

Less leave of absence 31 54 

Tingey, P. J Carpenter's Helper (T) 9 months 787 50 

" " " 3 months 262 50 

Tribe, C Assistant Laundryman 12 months 

Walls, E. M Store Assistant " 

Walters, M. O Plumber 

Waterhouse, H Assistant Gardener " 

Watt, D Dairyman " 

Wilde, P Supervisor " 

Wilson, C. H Medical Interne 2 " 

Wilson, J. W Mason 12 " 

Winrow, F Chef " 

Wood, J Supervisor " 

Wright.A 

Domestic Help, Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstresses, Porters and Messengers 

Engineering Staff, Firemen, Shift Engineers, Mechanic, Watchman 11,874 56 

Farm and Garden, Farm Hands, Truck Driver, Teamster 7,098 39 

Attendants and Nurses 1 77,016 24 

Occupational Therapists 3,536 02 

Nurses-in-Training 8,689 43 

Library Assistant 50 00 



1,277 57 



1,177 42 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,800 00 
1,400 00 
510 00 

943 46 

1,050 00 

1,125 00 

1,300 00 

1,600 00 

975 00 

1,300 00 

1,200 00 

333 32 

1,600 00 

1,500 00 

1,200 00 

1,300 00 

29,838 37 



E 42 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Ontario Hospital, London — Continued 

Maintenance ($224,016.64) 

Travelling Expenses 2,558 08 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 13,372 76 

Provisions 101,739 08 

Fuel, Light and Water 39,300 59 

Clothing 19,890 00 

Laundry and Cleaning 8,545 53 

Furniture and Furnishings 17,184 16 

Office Expenses 2,085 37 

Farm Expenses 13,163 67 

Contingencies 3,474 98 

Live Stock 2,702 42 

Travelling Expenses: 

S. G. Chalk, 62.05; G. E. Hobbs, 251.20; T. Kirkland, 2,001.02; M. E. Sparling, 

181.05; G. H. Stevenson, 62.76 2,558 08 

Maintenance: 

Abbott Laboratories, Ltd., 144.87; Adams Bros. Harness, Ltd., 198.07; American 
Can Co., 1,023.65; A. Armstrong, 1,247.50; Arva Flour Mills, 1,345.45; J. & A. 
Aziz, 567.56; Balfours, Ltd., 197.21; Bauer & Black, Ltd., 210.53; W. J. Bell 
Paper Co., Ltd., 100.77; F. Blanchard Fish Market, 942.95; Blatchford Feeds, 
Ltd., 346.25; Bolton Creamery Co., 2,956.29; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 1,098.16; 
British & Colonial Trading Co., Ltd. 738.29; G. P. Brown Distributors, Ltd., 
189.60; Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 1,198.90; C. N. Garment Co., 111.72; 
Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 1,168.06; Canada Packers, Ltd., 565.94; 
Canada Wax Co., 209.25; Canadian Aluminate Co., Ltd., 428.02; Canadian 
General Electric Co., Ltd., 141.55; Canadian General Rubber Co., Ltd., 352.36; 
Canadian Industries, Ltd., 852.51; Canadian Industrial Alcohol Co., Ltd., 184.56; 
Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 484.82; Canadian Specialties, Ltd., 
120.00; Carrothers Funeral Home, 251.10; Cassidy's, Ltd., 333.29; Catalano 
Fruit Co., 1,123.84; Central Wholesale Grocers, Ltd., 122.30; City Gas Company 
of London, 191.45; Coghill Tailoring Co., 858.00; Connaught Laboratories, 309.60; 
G. & R. J. Cook, 782.42; Copeland Flour Mills, Ltd., 870.00; W. R. Dean, 1,033.94; 
Delaney & Pettit, Ltd., 285.17; Denco (Ontario), Ltd., 104.72; Department 
of Health, 678.32; Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 453.01; Dominion Linseed 
Oil Co., Ltd., 635.01; H. C. Downham Nursery Co., Ltd., 125.00; Drygoods 
Specialty Co. 217.10; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 1,040.42; Eddy 
Match Co., Ltd., 177.22; Elliott, Marr & Co., Ltd., 6,595.12; Endo Medical 
Products, 279.00; T. B. Escott & Co., Ltd., 129.99; E. A. Furanna, 330.00; A. B. 
Galbraith, 480.00; General Steel Wares, Ltd., 338.43; Goodrich Rubber Company 
of Canada, Ltd., 194.29; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 1,106.20; Granger- 
Taylor, Ltd., 1,149.63; S. E. Griffin & Son, 747.50; Gutta Percha & Rubber, 
Ltd., 263.61; G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 615.72; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 890.55; 
Hawken Milling Co., Ltd., 1,419.00; Hay Stationery Co., Ltd., 157.84; Higgins 
& Burke, Ltd., 112.00; Hobbs Hardware Co., Ltd., 631.27; Hogg & Lytle, Ltd., 
786.80; H. Home Co., Ltd., 167.43; D. H. Howden & Co., Ltd., 147.69; Humber- 
stone Shoe Co., Ltd., 103.64; Hygiene Products, Ltd., 312.40; Imperial Coffee & 
Spice Co., Ltd., 1,770.69; Imperial Fuels, 32,654.68; Imperial Tobacco Sales 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 218.86; Ingersoll Cream Cheese Co., Ltd., 757.88; 
Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 210.40; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 3,595.68; Ivey 
& Co., 293.73; A. Jergens Co., Ltd., 330.75; Johnson & Johnson, Ltd., 291.06; 
Kellogg Company of Canada, Ltd., 314.00; E. C. Killingsworth, 225.00; Levi's, 
226.80; Liquor Control Board of Ontario, 116.90; Loblaw Groceterias Co., Ltd., 
575.95; London City Dairies, Ltd., 6,910.70; London Shoe Co., Ltd., 171.00; 
Luxura Tea Co., 475.20; MacCallum Manufacturing Co., 216.00; W. C. Mac- 
Donald Inc., 790.00; Malcolm Condensing Co., Ltd., 427.92; C. A. Mann Co., 
1,263.70; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 3,822.50; R. Marshall, 111.98; Marshalls 
Co., Ltd., 12,091.38; Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., 213.51; Mayflower Tea & Coffee, 
176.00; McCarthy Milling Co., Ltd., 958.25; F. McLachlin & Co., Ltd., 224.53; 
Medicine Hat Pottery Co., 108.58; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 12,572.45; 
Merck & Co., Ltd., 267.27; R. E. Mitchell, 156.00; Moule & Young, Ltd., 346.50; 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E43 

Ontario Hospital, London — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Muratori's Macaroni Manufacturing Co., 181.20; National Drug & Chemical 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 121.84; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 1.417.13; R. 
Neill, Ltd., 330.50; Nerlich & Co., 319.82; Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 255.83; 
Ontario Hospital, Orillia, Industries, 910.00; Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 274.40; 
Ontario Hospital, Whitby, 1,854.00; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 30,768.02; 
Ontario Tobacco Co., 144.00; Oxford Farmers Co-Operative Produce Co., Ltd., 
210.00; Parke-Davis & Co., 1,294.55; Prophylactic Brush Co. (Canada), Ltd., 
163.50; Public Utilities Commission, 5,932.96; Pugsley, Dingman & Co., Ltd., 
419.26; Quaker Oats Co., 194.65; Reckitts (Overseas), Ltd., 197.94; Reliance 
Shoe Co., Ltd., 887.75; Royal Canadian Tobacco Co., 291.40; W. E. Saunders, 
Ltd., 136.48; Silversteins', 123.75; L. Silverstein & Sons, Ltd., 1,407.68; Silver- 
woods Dairies, Ltd., 319.17; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., 195.70; Singer Sewing Machine 
Co., 114.49; Smallman & Ingram, Ltd., 147.33; J. A. Smith, 143.00; Standard 
Brands, Ltd., 2,095.67; C. A. Starr Co., 180.06; Sterling Rubber Co., Ltd., 138.16; 
Stevens Companies, 194.76; Strathroy Flour Mills, 2,574.50; Strong's, 144.56; 
St. Croix Soap Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 610.62; St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 
1,297.39; Sundry Persons, boarded-out patients, 23,041.74; Sully Aluminum, 
Ltd., 202.50; Supertest Petroleum Corporation, Ltd., 978.93; Textile Products, 
Co., 473.77; W. P. Tew, 200.00; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 892.91; Tuckett, Ltd., 
1,221.75; Vallance, Brown & Co., Ltd., 195.30; Vernon & Co., Ltd., 471.79; 
Victoria Paper & Twine Co., Ltd., 137.19; Western Canada Flour Mills Co., 
Ltd., 379.29; S. C. Williams, 531.30; J. B. Williams Co. (Canada), Ltd., 213.85; 

G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 554.40; A. B. Zacks, 100.00; Cartage, express 

and freight, 729.73; musical services, 140.00; newspapers and periodicals, 258.35; 
postage, 934.75; religious services, 455.00; telegrams, 54.82; telephones, 909.53; 
accounts under $100, 5,828.88 221,458 56 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($15,737.49) 

Buildings 6,218 03 

Engineers 9,519 46 

Bartram Engineering, 216.00; Beaver Laundry Machinery Co., Ltd., 122.50; 
Beldam's Asbestos Packing, Ltd., 137.49; G. H. Belton Lumber Co., Ltd., 
324.92; Canadian Curtis Refrigeration Co., Ltd., 133.20; Canadian Industries, 
Ltd., 153.00; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 251.57; Crane, Ltd., 127.98; Empire 
Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 736.69; A. H. Gardner, 168.75; General Steel 
Wares, Ltd., 172.75; Glidden Co., Ltd., 1,944.88; Grinnell Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 114.38; Hagey & Gray, 265.77; W. Heaman & Son, 450.77; Hobbs Hard- 
ware Co., Ltd., 538.67; Hobbs Glass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 188.69; D. H. 
Howden & Co., Ltd., 243.12; International Water Supply, Ltd., 1,535.00; E. 
Leonard & Sons, Ltd., 101.78; City of London, 1,697.00; London Paint Services, 
Ltd., 156.90; L. H. Martyn & Co., 710.16; Mclntyre & Taylor, Ltd., 141.00; 
W. Moore Paint Co., 685.45; National Electric Co., Ltd., 197.89; Public Utilities 
Commission, 393.24; Superior Electric Supply Company of Toronto, Ltd., 
115.57; Trane Company of Canada, Ltd., 220. 5C; Vallance, Brown & Co., Ltd., 

301.34; White's Hardware, Ltd., 108.17; Wilson Illuminating Co., 136.20; 

Cartage, express and freight, 219.93; accounts under $100, 2,726.23 15,737 49 

London $583,415 97 



New Toronto 

Salaries ($336,843.60) 

Cumberland, T. D Superintendent 12 months 

Wicks, C. A " (Concord Annex) 

Allen, A Supervisor " 

Allport, P Mason " 

Altwerger, H. S Junior Undergraduate Medical Interne. (T) 2 " 

Anders, A. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 " 

Atkinson, G.M " " " 2 

Bailey, N. E Psychologist, Group 2 (T) 4 " 

Baker, R. G Technician, Group 2. . 12 months 1,044 76 

Less leave of absence 424 80 
Barraclough, W. W Consultant Neurologist (Part time) 



5,600 00 


3,500 


00 


1,400 


00 


1,600 


00 


20 


26 


1,125 


00 


825 


00 


400 00 


619 


96 


490 00 



E44 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Ontario Hospital, New Toronto — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 



Bennett, H Superintendent of Nurses 12 months 

Bohme, M. F Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 (T) 10 

Brisbois, N. M Maid (T) 4^ months 237 70 

" " \% " 90 40 

" " Telephone Operator, Group 2 . . 1H " 87 05 

Buck, C. A Senior Assistant Physician 12 months 

Cannell, D. E Surgeon (Part time) 

Carlson, P. I Filing Clerk, Group 2 12 months 784 88 

Less leave of absence 8 20 

Castle, M. M Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne. (T) 3^ months 

Cawthorpe, J. F Technician, Group 1 (T) 63^ 

Chipman, W Stationary Engineer, Group 1 8 

Copeland, H Chef 12 

Dale, F Assistant Laundryman 

Davidson, J. C Laundryman 11 

Deadman, A. I Telephone Operator, Group 2 . (T) 6 months 375 00 

Less leave of absence 2 02 

Dent, O. V Assistant Physician (T.B. Unit) 12 months 

Draper, J Assistant Gardener 

Easton, N. L Senior Assistant Physician 

England, T Assistant Laundryman 

Fenn, O. W Assistant Gardener 

Fralick, F. T Clinical Specialist 

Franc, M. E. M Telephone Operator, Group 2. . .12 months 750 00 

Less leave of absence 2 08 

French, J. S Painter 12 months 

Gardiner, C Storekeeper 

Giles, L Supervisor 

Gillespie, M. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2.(T) 3H months 229 17 

u " ■ " " 2 2 " 137 50 

Gordon, G Laundryman 1 month 

Gourlie, CD Senior Clerk 12 months 

Gunn, D. R Assistant Physician 

Hagan.J. N " " 

Hall, W. J Dentist (Part time) 

Hambly, E. J " 

Hopewell, E. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 months 

Hyslop, D. W Stationary Engineer, Group 2 4 " 

Imlach, J Supervisor 12 " 

Johnston, H. W Medical Consultant (Part time) 

Kassack, LA Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 months 

Knox, B Filing Clerk, Group 1 6 months 600 00 

Less leave of absence 56 45 

Lanchbury , P. A Store Assistant 12 months 

MacKay, F. W Plumber 

MacLean, J Supervisor 

MacLeod, D Upholsterer 

Marsh, V. J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 (T) 1 J£ 

Martins, A Assistant Physician 3 

Maxwell, R Carpenter 12 months 1,600 00 

Less leave of absence 8 89 

McAuley, N Stationary Engineer, Group 2 8 months 

McClelland, W Supervisor 12 u 

McKercher, A. E Assistant Physician 

McKerracher, D. G " " 

McKnight, E. T Supervisor 

McNeel, B. H Assistant Physician 5 " 

McNeill, B.M.J Dietitian 12 " 

Minden, J. H Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne. (T) 1/6 " 

Mitchell, E. W Surgeon (Part time) 

Mitchell, H. D Senior Assistant Physician 12 months 

Moore, L. E Housekeeper 

Morgan, A. L Eye Specialist (Part time) 

Oliver, L. M Social Service Worker, Group 2 12 months 

Parker, J Supervisor 

Patton, H. K Steward, Group 2 u 



1,500 00 
1,000 00 



415 15 

3,300 00 

80 00 

776 68 

83 33 
641 94 

1,466 68 
1,600 00 
1,050 00 
1,100 00 

372 98 
2,550 00 
1,050 00 
3,300 00 
1,125 00 
1,050 00 
2,850 00 

747 92 
1,500 00 
1,600 00 
1,300 00 

366 67 

116 66 

1,800 00 

3,000 00 

2,300 00 

472 00 

832 00 

975 00 

633 32 

1,300 00 

40 00 

825 00 

543 55 

1,300 00 

1,300 00 

1,200 00 

1,125 00 

84 71 
637 50 

1,591 11 
1,333 36 
1,300 00 
3,000 00 
2,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,000 00 
1,500 00 
4 16 

490 00 
3,000 00 
1,050 00 

500 00 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 
2,200 00 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E^45 

Ontario Hospital, New Toronto — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Rae, C Medical Consultant (Part time) 530 00 

Logers, S. A Supervisor 12 months 1,300 00 

Ruthven, M Telephone Operator, Group 2 6 " 412 50 

Sandford, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 825 00 

Saylor, J. W Clerk, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Scott, M. A Psychologist, Group 2 (T) 7 " 700 00 

Seddon, A. W Assistant Painter 12 " 1,125 00 

Sheppard, J Head Cook " 1,200 00 

Sherrett, W Carpenter's Helper " 1,200 00 

Sisley, E. B Dentist, Group 3 (T) 5% months 870 93 

" " " 3 3 " 500 00 1,370 93 

Slack, E. M Telephone Operator, Group 2 (T) 3M months 204 17 

Smith, A Electrician 12 " 1,600 00 

Steer, J. C. D Assistant Physician 2,400 00 

Stern, E Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne. (T) 3 73 34 

Stewart, O. J Assistant Physician 12 " 2,400 00 

Stratton, H. G Medical Interne (T) 6 months 994 58 

" . , " " 3 " 500 00 1,494 58 

Sutherland, J Chief Supervisor 12 months 1,700 00 

Teagle, C Baker " 1,500 00 

Tulo, A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Walsom, S Technician, Group 1 " 1,400 00 

Watts, D. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 6 " 412 50 

Webb, E. W Gardener 12 " 1,400 00 

Weber, J.J Assistant Physician " 2,550 00 

White, A Assistant Stationarv Engineer " 1,400 00 

Wilson, C. H Medical Interne 1 " 166 66 

Domestic Help: Cook, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstress, Porter and Messenger, 

Kitchen Porter 14,842 23 

Engineering Staff: Firemen, Shift Engineers, Watchman 10,904 83 

Farm and Garden, Farm Hands, Truck Driver 2,031 25 

Attendants and Nurses 1 76,163 03 

Occupational Therapists, Laboratory Technician, X-Ray Technician Interne 5,168 67 

Nurses-in-Training 9,833 97 

Maintenance ($232,267.12) 

Travelling Expenses 656 39 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 14,184 12 

Provisions 114,988 85 

Fuel, Light and Water 44,403 59 

Clothing 22,577 99 

Laundry and Cleaning 7,806 62 

Furniture and Furnishings 18,523 85 

Office Expense 2,560 74 

Farm Expenses 2,958 93 

Contingencies 3,381 04 

Live Stock 225 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

N. L. Easton, 130.89; F. T. Fralick, 192.56; R. McCleary, 50.90; L. M. Oliver, 
130.47; S. Walsom, 20.80 ; J. J. Weber, 30.60; J. H. White, 72.05; C. A. Wicks, 
28.12 656 39' 

Maintenance: 

Adams Bros. Harness, Ltd., 112.29; Agricultural Chemicals, Ltd., 322.47; 
Aluminum Goods, Ltd., 218.17; A. Armstrong, 467.76; Armstrong Door Co., 
112.50; J. & A. Aziz, 452/9; Balfours, Ltd., 1,039.10; Barker's Bread, Ltd., 
182.00; Barrett Bros., 1,734.00; Bauer & Black, Ltd., 1,075.16; Becton Dickinson 
& Co., 254.04; W. J. Bell Paper Co., Ltd., 112.61 ; Bolton Creamery Co., 3,433.50; 
Borden Co., Ltd., 337.58; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 222.00; Brampton Knitting 
Mills, 105.00; British & Colonial Trading Co., Ltd., 1,214.57; Burke Electric 
& X-Ray Co., Ltd., 2,108.03; J. L. Beyer, 400.00; C. N. Garment Co., 624.60; 
Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 3,424.79; Canada Starch Sales Co., Ltd., 
369.20; Canada Wax Co., 224.40; Canadian General Rubber Co., Ltd., 211.68; 
Canadian Industries, Ltd., 156.01; Canadian National Institute for the Blind. 



E46 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Ontario Hospital, New Toronto — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

255.20; Cassidy's, Ltd., 352.74; J. Cassin, 200.00; Central Wholesale Grocers, 
Ltd., 1,103.61; Ciba Co., Ltd., 142.56; Connaught Laboratories, 229.04; Copeland 
Flour Mills, Ltd., 722.50; Corbett-Cowley, Ltd., 115.83; Cutton-Foster & Sons, 
Ltd., 134.75; Dalglish & Co., 415.28; Department of Health, 716.34; Department 
of Highways, 411.58; Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 1,904.15; Dominion 
Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., 494.35; Drygoods Specialty Co., 327.89; Dustbane Products, 
Ltd., 145.50; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 135.73; Eddy Match Co., Ltd., 
196.92; Endo Medical Products, Ltd., 819.75; Eureka Refrigerator Co., Ltd., 
139.00; Ferranti Electric, Ltd., 455.58; General Films, Ltd., 505.00; P. German, 
225.00; Gooderham & Worts, Ltd., 157.25; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company 
of Canada, Ltd., 184.58; Gordon's Ayrshire Dairy, 1,720.16; Gordon, MacKay 
& Co., Ltd., 984.34; Hague & Hague, 161.50; Hamilton's Wiper & Supplies, 
344.61; G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 647.39; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 1,078.49; Higgins 
& Burke, Ltd., 178.90; Highland Dairy, Ltd., 1,168.80; Hillside Dairies, Ltd., 
1,739.36; G. H. Hogle, 730.00; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
526.94; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 700.00; Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 258.00; Ingersoll Cream Cheese Co., Ltd., 154.96; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 
313.03; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 1,764.00; F. T. James Co., Ltd., 340.55; 
Jem Rubber Co., Ltd., 209.10; Kipling Farms Dairy, 6,456.36; Lakeside Milling 
Co., Ltd., 717.00; F. A. Lallemand Refining Company of Canada, Ltd., 316.05; 
Latner Shoe & Slipper Co., 159.50; Levi's, 260.08; Libby, McNeill & Libby of 
Canada, Ltd., 209.24; Liquor Control Board of Ontario, 124.50; Loblaw Groce- 
terias Co., Ltd., 757.25; Luxura Tea Co., 1,584.00; MacCallum Manufacturing 
Co., 217.99; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 3,285.41; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 
14,043.26; McCarthy Milling Co., Ltd., 1,290.00; D. Mclntyre & Co., Ltd., 
1,089.03; A. P. McLauchlan, 400.00; Merck & Co., Ltd., 399.61; Mercer Reforma- 
tory Industries, 17,458.73; Milqo, Ltd., 333.23; Muratori's Macaroni Manu- 
facturing Co., 103.25; Nash Tailors, Ltd., 528.00; National Drug & Chemical 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 534.55; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 1,736.54; Nerlich 
& Co., 765.21; New Toronto Dairy, 3,580.33; New Toronto Fish Market 
1,549.84; New Toronto Public Utilities Commission, 8,877.82; M. O'Donohue 
843.21 ; Ontario Hospital, Fort William, 827.92; Ontario Hospital, London, 322.70 
Ontario Hospital, Orillia, Industries, 553.00; Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 615.50 
Ontario Hospital, Whitby, 465.00; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 2,944.75 
Ontario Reformatory, Mimico, 3,477.02; Ontario Reformatory Industries 
34,251.90; Ontario Tobacco Co.. 1,206.00; Parke, Davis & Co., 857.67; W 
Patterson Co., 122.49; G. Price, 271.75; Pugsley, Dingman & Co., Ltd., 1,045.43 
Pure Gold Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 1,925.70; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 1,918.17 
Rex Tailoring Co., 558.00; A. C. Robinson, 510.00; E. Rogers Co., Ltd., 34,636.89 
Royal Canadian Tobacco Co., 382.50; W. E. Saunders, Ltd., 101.92; R. Simpson 
Co., Ltd., 115.00; St. Lawrence Fish Market, 1,221.91; St. Lawrence Starch 
Co., Ltd., 384.90; Standard Brands, Ltd., 623.55; C. A. Starr Co., 137.64; Stevens 
Companies, 263.20; Sully Aluminum, Ltd., 540.00; Sundry Persons, boarded-out 
patients, 19,316.17; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 2,506.10; Textile Products Co., 
675.36; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 252.67; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 
128.87; Tuckett, Ltd., 866.25; C. Turnbull Co., Ltd., 297.01; United Farmers 
Co-operative Co., Ltd., 183.89; Vernon & Co., Ltd., 277.50; Victoria Paper & 
Twine Co., Ltd., 106.02; G. H. Walker, 577.50; Western Canada Flour Mills 
Co., Ltd., 132.05; White's Hardware, Ltd.. 203.94; S. C. Williams, 298.98; 

V. Wright, 3,283.57; York Trading Co., Ltd., 326.02; A. B. Zacks, 107.90; 

Cartage, express and freight, 534.47; musical services, 145.00; newspapers and 
periodicals, 211.96; postage, 886.00; religious services, 460.00; telegrams, 70.19; 

telephone, 1,397.91 ; accounts under $100, 5,459.72 ;••.••• 239,029 96 

Less: Provisions, Clothing, Laundry, Furniture and Furnishings 

transferred to Concord Unit 7,419 23 



231,610 73 



Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($9,765.60) 



Buildings. 
Engineers 



3,879 19 
5,886 41 



Beldam's Asbestos Packing, Ltd., 103.29; Builder's Supplies, Ltd., 246.75; W. 
H. Cunningham & Hill, Ltd., 232.75; Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
474.63; Fairbank Lumber & Coal Co., Ltd., 138.83; Good Specialties, Ltd., 
221.66; Grinnell Company of Canada, Ltd., 332.50; H. S. Howland Sons 
& Co., Ltd., 141.32; Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 123.87; Long Branch, Village 
of, 1,267.59; Masco Co., Ltd., 233.55; W. Moore Paint Co., 1,625.00; J. Mor- 
rison Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 125.44; R. T. Purves, Ltd., 250.85; Sher- 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E47 



Ontario Hospital, New Toronto — Continued 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. — Continued 

win-Williams Company of Canada, Ltd., 110.54; J. B. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 
162.85; Sturgeons, Ltd., 639.34; Trane Company of Canada, Ltd., 116.19; 
W. J. Westawav Co., Ltd., 160.65; White's Hardware, Ltd., 261.66; Wilkinson- 
Kompass, Ltd., 115.79; Freight, 59.57; accounts under $100, 2,620.98 

New Toronto $578,876 32 



9,765 60 



New Toronto 
Concord Unit 

Salaries ($26,065.89) 

Domestic Help, Cooks, Maids, Porter and Messenger 6,287 50 

Engineering Staff, Fireman and Mechanics 3,566 59 

Nurses 14,111 80 

X-Ray Technicians 2,100 00 

Maintenance ($15,016.72) 

Travelling Expenses 280 71 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 48 05 

Provisions 7,825 66 

Fuel, Light and Water 3,338 94 

Clothing 285 52 

Laundry and Cleaning 476 35 

Furniture and Furnishings 701 95 

Office Expenses 210 04 

Farm Expenses 135 02 

Contingencies 1 ,650 73 

Live Stock 63 75 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. R. Cross, 11.28; O. V. Dent, 136.00; D. G. McKerracher, 21.60; V. Pearce, 

46.83; A. Smith, 4.40; C. A. Wicks, 60.60 280 71 

Maintenance: 

Conger Lehigh Coal Co., Ltd., 534.55; Department of Highways, 153.63; Hud- 
son Coal & Ice Co., 455.10; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
728.71; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 500.00; Kipling Farms Dairy, 259.53; Milnes Coal 
Co., Ltd., 772.17; Ontario Hospital, New Toronto, 7,4i9.23; E. Rogers Co., 
Ltd., 552.96; Standard Fuel Company of Toronto, Ltd., 203.60; Toronto, 
City of, 754.64; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 102.05; Toronto Municipal Farms, 
538.54; Treasurer, Township of Vaughan, 837.34; Cartage, 3.00; news- 
papers and periodicals, 38.35; telephone, 210.04; accounts under $100, 672.57. . 14,736 01 

Rent ($3,500.00) 

City of Toronto 3,500 00 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($610.57) 

Buildings 133 35 

Engineers 477 22 

Boiler Furnace and Stove Parts, Ltd., 390.45; Accounts under $100, 220.12 610 57 

New Toronto, Concord Unit $45,193 18 



Orillia 
Salaries ($277,042.93) 



Home, S.J Superintendent 

Allinson, H Painter 

Anderson, H. M Telephone Operator, Group 2 . 

Angell, C. B Assistant Stationary Engineer. 

Bacon, S. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 . . 

Ball, D Carpenter's Helper 

Bareham, V. J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 . 



12 months 


5,400 00 


a 


1,500 00 


a 


825 00 


a 


1,600 00 


2% " 


222 08 


12 " 


1,200 00 


a 


900 00 



E48 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Ontario Hospital, Orillia — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Barraclough, W. W Consultant Neurologist (Part time) 

Benner, E. J Baker 12 months 

Bickford, S Supervisor " 

Bird, W. G Steamfitter 

Brain, R. C Store Assistant " 

Branch, J Assistant Gardener " 

Brotherton, C Supervisor " 

Burton, F Upholsterer " 

Church, W Supervisor " 

Cole, R Physical Instructor 

Corbett, J. W Dentist, Group 3 (T) 9 " 

Croydon, N. W Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 " 

Cunningham, K Gardener 

Cunningham, M. F. T Maid (T) 3 months 168 75 

" " 1/5 " 7 20 

Clerk Typist, Group 2 8 4/5" 552 41 

Desbien, E. J Assistant Painter 12 months 1,050 00 

Arrears 17 32 

Desborough, H Head Shoemaker 12 months 

Dilworth, J. A Manual Training Instructor 

Downey, E.J Clerk, Group 1 

Drew, H. L Telephone Operator, Group 2 

Duncan, R. E .. . Carpenter's Helper 

Firby, G. A Senior Clerk 

Foley, M. G Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Frank, H Assistant Physician 5 " 

Gates, R. T Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 2 " 

Gibson, B Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 

Gidman, J Laundryman 

Gill, H. W Supervisor 

Goodfellow, H. D. L Psychologist, Group 2 

Graham , F. A Gardener 

Hale, D Head Teacher 

Hamilton, F Senior Assistant Physician 

Harvey, T. B Storekeeper and Supervisor of Industries . . 

Hill, B. Herdsman 3 1/6 months 342 46 

" " Attendant 8 5/6 " 957 54 

Hinds, F Dentist, Group 1 4 months 

Home, H. I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 .... 12 months 825 00 

Less leave of absence 2 29 

James, E. A Senior Assistant Physician 12 months 

Jarvie, M Stationary Engineer, Group 1 

Kettley, E.J Supervisor 

Kirkpatrick, C. G Assistant Phvsician 

MacDonald, T. A Chef 

MacDougall, K. A Electrician 

Marqueratt, J Social Service Worker, Group 2 

Martin, W Farmer 12 months 1,300 00 

Less leave of absence 596 23 

Metcalfe, E. V Assistant Physician 12 months 

Millar, M. W Farmer 1 " 

Mitton, L. R Dentist, Group 3 (T) 4^ " 

Moore, F. E Carpenter's Helper 12 " 

Mulcahy, A. T Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Murphy, J. K Supervisor 

Murray, A " 

Pettitt, G Mason (T) 6H " 

Rawson, J. J Butcher 12 

Regan, P. M Clerk Typist, Group 2 

Renton, J. P Supervisor 

Roberts, J. S Assistant Laundryman 6 months 525 00 

" Attendant " 525 00 

Rowe, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 months 

Sedgwick, M. S Junior Psychological Interne (T) 3 " 

Seymour, J. V Plumber 12 " 

Shaver, M. R Assistant Physician 

Smith, G Supervisor 12 months 1,400 00 

Less leave of absence 21 26 



455 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 
1,125 00 
1,162 50 
1,300 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 
1,499 94 
1,050 00 
1,400 00 



728 36 

1,067 32 
1,400 00 
1,600 00 
1,500 00 

825 00 
1,200 00 
1,700 00 

825 00 

1,000 00 

50 00 

900 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 
1,600 00 
3,300 00 
1,900 00 

1,300 00 
870 46 

822 71 

3,300 00 

2,000 00 

1,200 00 

3,000 00 

1,500 00 

1,400 00 

1,200 00 

703 77 
2,233 33 

100 00 

755 53 
1,050 00 

825 00 
1,125 00 
1,400 00 

686 09 
1,300 00 

825 00 
1,200 00 

1,050 00 

825 00 

30 00 

1,600 00 

2,300 00 

1,378 74 






1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E49 



Ontario Hospital, Orillia — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Smith, R. A Herdsman 10 months 937 50 

Stubley, P Superintendent of Nurses 12 " 1,700 00 

Tennant, E Supervisor " 1,400 00 

Thomson, J Chief Supervisor " 1,700 00 

Thomson, R. F Dietitian " 1,200 00 

Wainman, L Mason 5^ " 693 32 

Walker, N. L Assistant Physician 12 " 3,000 00 

White, J Supervisor " 1,300 00 

Whitfield, J. H Carpenter " 1,600 00 

Woods, N. T Stock Clerk, Group 2 1,050 00 

Wright, C Telephone Operator, Group 2 975 00 

Wright, J Head Cook " 1,300 00 

Young. S. J Supervisor 5H " 629 97 

Zarfas, J. A Steward, Group 2 12 " 2,700 00 

Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstresses 22,372 57 

Engineering Staff: Firemen, Shift Engineers 10,325 00 

Farm and Garden: Farm Hands, Teamster, Truck Driver, Assistant Herdsman .... 7,743 75 

Attendants and Nurses 1 10,630 40 

Nurses-in-Training 7,293 28 

Teachers 9,976 31 



Maintenance ($206,351.74) 

Travelling Expenses 114 41 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 9,740 95 

Provisions 90,821 08 

Fuel, Light and Water 36,578 84 

Clothing 20,054 25 

Laundry and Cleaning 9,120 25 

Furniture and Furnishings 18,080 10 

Office Expenses 1 ,988 83 

Farm Expenses 10,801 88 

Contingencies 4,345 47 

Live Stock 4,705 68 



Margueratt, 7.85; M. W. Millar, 14.10; R. A. Smith, 



Travelling Expenses: 

J. C. Ferguson, 50.09; J. 
31.00; G. Snodden, 11.37 

Maintenance: 

Abbott Laboratories, Ltd., 184.78; J. C. Addison, 511.50; Agricultural Chem- 
icals, Ltd., 333.30; Aluminum Goods, Ltd., 335.64; A. Armstrong, 3,069.69; 
J. & A. Aziz, 1,486.83; Balfours, Ltd., 2,663.50; Barrie Creamery Co., 15,399.58; 
S. Battalia & Son, 506.92; Bauer & Black, Ltd., 707.61; Beaver Valley Co- 
operative Fruit Growers, Ltd., 157.50; Beaver Valley Mills, 142.95; W. J. Bell 
Paper Co., Ltd., 156.99; Borden Co., Ltd., 346.16; Booth Fisheries Canadian 
Co., Ltd., 179.39; Bowes Co., Ltd., 288.00; A. Bradshaw & Son, 386.03; British 
American Oil Co., Ltd., 146.17; British & Colonial Trading Co., Ltd., 555.04; 
Brunner, Mond, Canada, Ltd., 477.12; Burke Electric & X-Rav Co., Ltd., 
974.95; D. T. Burnie, 151.97; J. L. Beyers, 862.48; R. J. Cairns, 144.45; D. R. 
Caley, 132.55; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 3,366.82; Canada Packers 
Ltd., 308.68; Canada Starch Sales Co., Ltd., 143.68; Canadian General Rubber 
Co., Ltd., 626.62; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 186.32; Canadian National Insti- 
tute for the Blind, 403.22; Central Wholesale Grocers, Ltd., 981.75; Colling- 
wood Milling Co., 1,930.31; Copeland Flour Mills, Ltd., 3,093.45; Dalton & 
Grierson, Ltd., 183.57; W. R. Dean, 395.00; Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 
1,864.22; Dominion Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., 392.00; Dominion Lumber Co., 
123.35; Drygoods Specialty Co., 317.59; M. Dunn, 300.00; Eastman Photo- 
graphic Stores, Ltd., 402.40; Eddy Match Co., Ltd., 137.81; S. Ferguson, 240.58; 
First Co-operative Packers of Ontario, Ltd., 327.00; Fowler's Tire & Battery 
Service, 155.42; General Films, Ltd., 476.60; General Steel Wares, Ltd., 268.08; 
S. Gentile, 1,868.39; Georgian Bay Fruit Growers, Ltd., 106.25; Gooderham & 
Worts, Ltd., 168.23; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 2,670.61; G. A. Hardie 
& Co., Ltd., 159.87; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 1,086.06; C. N. Harvie, 117.35; 
Harvie, Harvie & Hipwell, 170.00; W. A. Hendry Co., 187.20; Higgins & Burke, 
Ltd., 130.50; Hill's Dairy, 253.76; Hobart Manufacturing Co., 337.68; H. 
Home Co., Ltd. 190.54; Hospital & Kitchen Equipment Co., Ltd., 112.50; 
H. S. Howland Sons & Co., Ltd., 120.46; Imperial Coffee & Spice Co., Ltd., 



114 41 



E50 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, Orillia — Continued v 

Maintenance — Continued 

1,518.82; Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 272.59; Ingersoll 
Cream Cheese Co., Ltd., 702.27; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 547.23; Interlake Tissue 
Mills Co., Ltd., 768.52; Irvin Specialty Co., 174.82; Ives Bedding Co., Ltd., 
116.10; Ivey & Co., 144.76; W. Jackson, 124.06; A. Jergens Co., Ltd., 220.50; 
R. Kerr Son, 400.00; Krauskopf Bros., 180.00; G. Lamb, 297.00; Lawson's 
Grocery, 1,074.18; Levi's, 450.10; Libby, McNeill & Libby of Canada, Ltd., 
490.30; Loblaw Groceterias Co., Ltd., 1,520.19; London Shoe Co., Ltd., 350.00; 
J. Lowe Corporation, 101.89; Lundy Fence Co., Ltd., 111.11; Luxura Tea 
Co., 1,269.67; MacCallum Manufacturing Co., 117.98; MacNab & Sons, 153.24; 
Malcolm Condensing Co., Ltd., 2,214.00; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 1,565.80; 
Marshalls Co., Ltd., 159.08; McAinsh Co., Ltd., 103.05; A. C. Mclntvre, 
323.63; D. Mclntyre & Co., Ltd., 2,008.88; McNabb's Grocery, 2,224.94;" N. 
McPhail, 610.50; Mead, Johnson & Company of Canada, Ltd., 145.05; Mercer 
Reformatory Industries, 11,069.37; Midland Coal & Wood Co., 1,703.50; R. 
E. Mitchell, 109.50; Model Dairy, 187.28; Muratori's Macaroni Manufacturing 
Co., 419.50; National Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 193.23; 
National Grocers Co., Ltd., 2,694.06; Nerlich & Co., 523.21; Niagara Brand 
Spray Co., Ltd., 111.62; O-Cedar of Canada, Ltd., 319.27; Ontario Honey 
Producers Co-operative, Ltd., 264.76; Ontario Hospital, Hamilton, 3,123.75; 
Ontario Hospital, Orillia, Industries, 2,318.81; Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 
107.15; Ontario Hospital, Whitby, 2,167.80; Ontario Hospital, Woodstock, 
349.18; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 34,080.08; Ontario Tobacco Co., 
211.00; Orillia Cereal Co., 920.05; Orillia Creamery Co., Ltd., 188.83; Orillia 
Dairy Co., 190.44; Orillia Water, Light and Power Commission, 5,068.60; 
Parke, Davis & Co., 657.11; Parsons-Steiner, Ltd., 100.39; Pendrith Machin- 
ery Co., Ltd., 180.65; Prophylactic Brush Company, Canada, Ltd., 141.70; 
Pugsley, Dingman & Co., Ltd., 553.37; Pure Gold Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
320.95; Quaker Oats Co., 208.60; Reckitts (Overseas), Ltd., 178.95; Reliance 
Shoe Co., Ltd., 2,958.80; W. Rennie Seeds, Ltd., 130.08; D. R. Ross, 1,088.01; 
Royal Canadian Tobacco Co., 547.50; Sarjeant Co., Ltd., 29,291.66; Shell 
Oil Company of Canada, Ltd., 1,123.84; E. B. Shuttleworth Chemical Co., 
Ltd., 115.29; Smart Bros., Ltd., 267.75; Sovereign Film Distributors, Ltd., 
162.00; St. Croix Soap Manufacturing Co., 318.03; St. Lawrence Starch Co., 
Ltd., 688.84; Standard Brands, Ltd., 1,480.09; C. A. Starr Co., 597.12; F. 
Stearns & Companv of Canada, Ltd., 104.87; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
428.90; Stevens Companies, 107.17; G. Street & Sons, Ltd.. 167.05; Sully Alu- 
minum, Ltd., 1,016.82; Supreme Knitting Mills, 252.90; Textile Products Co., 
606.72; Tip Top Canners, Ltd., 241.85; Toronto Radio & Sports, Ltd., 108.76; 
Tuckett, Ltd., 303.77; C. Turnbull Co., Ltd., 377.68; Turner's Dairy, 249.81; 
Vallance, Brown & Co., Ltd., 469.59; Valley City Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
197.50; Vernon & Co., Ltd., 1,042.17; Wainwright Smith, 225.00; H. K. Wam- 
pole & Co., Ltd., 294.44; A. Wander, Ltd., 149.67; Western Canada Flour 
Mills Co., Ltd., 2,754.42; White's Hardware, Ltd., 242.43; S. C. Williams, 
229.93; W. H. Woodrow, 125.00; W. C. Wilson, 175.00; W. Wriglev Jr. Co., 
Ltd., 537.30; York Trading Co., Ltd., 865.03; A. B. Zacks, 1,367.01; Cart- 
age, express and freight, 1,398.07; musical services, 34.00; newspapers and period- 
icals, 103.21; postage, 877.53; religious services, 345.00; telegrams, 65.33; tele- 
phone, 994.13; accounts under $100, 7,282.32 206,237 33 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($9,183.70) 

Buildings 4,405 88 

Engineers 4,777 82 

Beldam's Asbestos Packing, Ltd., 138.72; Crane, Ltd., 207.86; Darling Bros., Ltd., 
220.50; Dominion Lumber Co., 1,031.58; C. A. Dunham Co., Ltd., 149.73; 
Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 369.48; E. B. Fielding & Co., 119.58; 
Grinnell Company of Canada, Ltd., 182.19; H. S. Howland Sons & Co., Ltd., 
143.72; Livingston Stoker Co., Ltd., 344.27; North American Refractories, 
Ltd., 178.25; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 332.77; Northern Paint & Varnish 
Co., Ltd., 1,420.90; W. E. Phillips Glass Co., Ltd., 119.30; J. Robertson Co., 
Ltd., 153.67; Sarjeant Co., Ltd., 503.99; Storrar Supply Co., 172.00; Superior 
Electric Supply Company of Toronto, Ltd., 136.76; Toronto Lock Manufac- 
turing Co., 188.44; Vallance, Brown & Co., Ltd., 128.90; White's Hardware, 

Ltd., 317.37; Cartage, express and freight, 144.75; accounts under $100, 

2,478.97 9,183 70 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E 51 



Ontario Hospital, Orillia — Continued 
Industries ($5,066.27) 



Anglo-Canadian Leather Co., Ltd., 388.87; Beardmore & Co., Ltd., 250.00; Breit- 
haupt Leather Co., Ltd., 380.30; Drygoods Specialty Co., 264.24; C. S. Hy- 
man Co., Ltd., 459.67; J. King, 1,229.97; W. H. King Co., 377.94; C. Parsons 
& Son, Ltd., 585.74; United Shoe Machinery Company of Canada, Ltd., 748.56; 
Cartage, express and freight, 16.77; accounts under $100, 364.21 

Orillia $497,644 64 



5,066 27 



Penetanguishene 

Salaries ($134,791.74) 

McClenahan, C. A Superintendent 12 months 5,000 00 

Alton, W. H Supervisor " 1,400 00 

Burns, H. S Graduate Medical Interne (T) " 2,299 98 

Calverley, H. J Mason " 1,600 00 

Carriveau, H Carpenter 1 ,400 00 

Champion, J Laundryman 1 ,200 00 

Davey, J. A Head Nurse " 1,500 00 

Desroches, A. P Painter " 1,300 00 

Desroches, E Chef " 1,400 00 

Dewell, E. B Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Dodgson, W Supervisor " 1 ,400 00 

Gowland,F Baker " 1,300 00 

Hamelin, J. J Supervisor 1,125 00 

Hanna, C. E Senior Assistant Physician " 3,300 00 

Hill, E. M Store Assistant " 1,400 00 

Houston, J. S Supervisor 1,125 00 

Howell, J. W Stationary Engineer, Group 2 " 1,600 00 

Jury, J Telephone Operator, Group 2 975 00 

Kelly, M. A " " "2 " 825 00 

Kemp, W. M Supervisor " 1,400 00 

Lacey, H. M Gardener " 1,200 00 

Lackie, J. R Supervisor. " 1,125 00 

Livingstone, L. W Chief Supervisor " 1,600 00 

Macauley, R Supervisor " 1,600 00 

MacMillan, N. J " " 1,300 00 

McCormack, F Clerk, Group 2 12 months 1,050 00 

Less leave of absence 144 42 905 58 

McLaughlin, R. S Steward Group 3 6 months 900 00 

McReynolds, D. S Supervisor 12 " 1,300 00 

O'Leary, F. L Teacher " 900 00 

Russell, C Farmer " 1,200 00 

Smart, W. E Dentist (Part time) 752 00 

Trott, R Supervisor 12 months 1,400 00 

Trustham, R. R " " 1,400 00 

Domestic Help: Cook, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstresses 8,390 48 

Engineering Staff: Firemen, Shift Engineers 6,850 00 

Farm and Garden: Farm Hand, Assistant Herdsman 2,037 50 

Attendants and Nurses 68,031 20 

Occupational Therapist 1 ,300 00 



Maintenance ($104,961.80) 

Travelling Expenses 55 69 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 6,265 1 1 

Provisions 46,243 93 

Fuel, Light and Water ■ 26,726 43 

Clothing 10,074 71 

Laundry and Cleaning 2,796 33 

Furniture and Furnishings 3,163 00 

Office Expenses 1,139 17 

Farm Expenses 5,043 63 

Contingencies 1 ,908 80 

Live Stock 1,545 00 



K52 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, Penetanguishene — Continued 
Maintenance — Continued 
Travelling Expenses: 

W. Dodgson, 48.39; C. A. McClenahan, 7.30 55 69 

■Maintenance: 

A. Armstrong, 1,502.30; J. & A. Aziz, 116 18; Balfours, Ltd., 684.07; Barrett 
Bros., 529.65; Bauer & Black, Ltd., 102.22; Beaver Valley Mills, 225.00; A. 
Belcourt, 306.01; L. Belcourt, 410.00; W. J. Bell Paper Co., Ltd., 102.57; Blatch- 
ford Feeds, Ltd., 197.50; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 195.04; British American Oil 
Co., Ltd., 233.37; Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 1,392.27; J. F. Byer, 255.75; 
Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 1,459.47; Canada Packers, Ltd., 236.35; 
Canada Starch Sales Co., Ltd., 105.40; Canadian National Institute for the 
Blind, 161.37; Copeland Flour Mills, Ltd., 433.94; Copplev, Noyes & Randell, 
Ltd., 577.50; W. R. Dean, 868.55; Delaney & Pettit, Ltd., 142.58; Diamond 
Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 321.16; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 236.71; 
Elmvale Creamery Co., Ltd., 5,710.76; S. R. Gendron, 2,131.59; General Films, 
Ltd., 376.50; Georgian Bav Dairv, 2,116.80; Georgian Bay Fruit Growers, 
Ltd., 458.85; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 1,864.44; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 
403.85; Higgins & Burke, Ltd., 125.46; Hunters Drug Store, 355.84; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 265.44; Imperial Coffee & Spice Co., 
Ltd., 838.30; Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 526.61; Inger- 
soll Cream Cheese Co., Ltd., 236.61; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 270.05; 
Kennedy Manufacturing Co., 261.86; Landeau & Cormack, Ltd., 1,325.13; 
Loblaw Groceterias Co., Ltd., 416.58; London Shoe Co., Ltd., 153.26; Luxura 
Tea Co., 418.27; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 1,221.69; J. A. Marchildon, 
223.22; Marshall's Co., Ltd., 413.15; A. V. Martin, 317.33; Mayflower Teas 
& Coffee, 416.00; D. Mclntyre & Co., Ltd., 723.30; Mercer Reformatory In- 
dustries, 5,023.41; Milqo, Ltd., 319.07; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 756.64; 
Nerlich & Co., 126.42; Norfolk Planters, Ltd., 210.00; Ontario Hospital, Hamil- 
ton, 1,000.00; Ontario Hospital, Orillia, Industries, 435.00; Ontario Hospital, 
Toronto, 119.95; Ontario Hospital, Whitby, 250.40; Ontario Reformatory 
Industries, 16,683.71; Parke, Davis & Co., 271.66; Penetanguishene Water & 
Light Commission, 7,680.22; D. S. Pratt, 18,444.67; Pugsley, Dingman Co., 
Ltd., 129.80; Pure Gold Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 325.84; Quaker Oats Co., 
676.37; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 656.66 ; Robin Hood Flour Mills, Ltd., 1,162.00; 
G. Robinson, 379.50; St. Croix Soap Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 254.43; St. 
Lawrence Fish Market, 728.00; St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 313.64; Sarjeant 
Co., Ltd., 264.18; N. M. Squire Co., 181.30; Standard Brands, Ltd., 775.89; 
C. A. Starr Co., 190.11; Sundry Persons, boarded-out patients, 5,866.50; Tan- 
ner-Swan Clinic, 100.00; Textile Products Co., 125.23; Tuckett, Ltd., 518.11; 
Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 272.41; J. B. Williams Co. (Canada), 

Ltd., 358.48; York Trading Co., Ltd., 218.73; A. B. Zacks, 152.95; Cartage, 

express and freight, 634.40; newspapers and periodicals, 155.05; postage, 396.00; 
religious services, 500.00; telegrams, 16.41; telephone, 687.15; accounts under 
$100, 5,179.97 104,906 11 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($5,740.12) 

Buildings 2,816 06 

Engineers 2,924 06 

C. Beck Co., Ltd., 950.94; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 163.62; Cana- 
dian Industries, Ltd., 217.55; Detroit Stoker Company of Canada, Ltd., 239.85; 
.C. A. Dunham Co., Ltd., 173.71; A. P. Green Fire Brick Co., Ltd., 121.65; 
Grinnell Company of Canada, Ltd., 431.17; Northern Paint & Varnish Co., 
Ltd., 725.45; R. T. Purves, Ltd., 186.44; Tessier Planing Mill, 101.10; Vallance, 
Brown & Co., Ltd., 224.17; White's Hardware, Ltd., 254.61; Wood, Alexander 

& James, Ltd., 100.49; Cartage, express and freight, 152.83; accounts under 

$100, 1,696.54 5,740 12 

Penetanguishene $245,493 66 

Toronto 

Salaries ($256,752.07) 

Howitt, J. R Superintendent 12 months 4,100 00 

Allen, A. G Assistant Physician 3 a 750 00 



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E53 



Ontario Hospital, Toronto — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 

Armstrong, J Supervisor 12 months 

Bailie, S " 

Barclay, L. T Medical Consultant (Part time) 

Barraclough, W. W Consultant Neurologist 

Bedard, A. L Housekeeper 12 months 

Blair, S Assistant Laundryman 11 " 

Bowen, H Store Assistant 12 " 

Boyd, J Supervisor 

Bromley, A. J Medical Interne 

Bryan, G Laundryman 

Coates, J. E Senior Clerk 

Colley, E. J. F Carpenter 

Crawford, L Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 months 1,300 00 

Less leave of absence 3 49 

Dobbin, J Supervisor 12 months 

Douglas, W. H Electrician 

Dwyer, J. F Storekeeper 

Field, B Chef 

Finnegan, J. A Telephone Operator, Group 1 (T) 12 months 975 00 

Less leave of absence 18 96 

Frank, H .. Assistant Physician 7 months 

Fraser, D Stationary Engineer, Group 2 12 " 

Geddis, H Shoemaker 

Glass, I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Hodgins, H.J Dentist, Group 3 (T) 6 months 999 96 

" " " " 3 " 1,000 00 

Hogarth, K Assistant Dietitian (T) 3 months 262 50 

" " " 9 " 787 50 



1,050 00 
Less leave of absence 5 65 

Johnston, H. W Medical Consultant (Part time) 

Kelley, V. H Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 months 

Kenyon, J. M Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 43^ " 

Kerr, D Supervisor 12 " 

Kiernan, J. J Steward, Group 2 and Chief Steward, 

Hospitals Branch 3 " 

Kilgour, M. M Social Service Worker, Group 2.. 12 months 1,200 00 

Less leave of absence 19 57 

Lewis, C. H Senior Assistant Physician 12 months 

Louden, R Telephone Operator, Group 2 " 

Martins, A Assistant Physician 9 " 

McClurg, J Supervisor 12 " 

McCorriston, H Tailor 

McCourt, W. H Supervisor " 

McFadgen, L. B Social Service Worker, Group 2 

Midgley, G. H Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 4^ " 

Moir, H. K Assistant Physician 12 " 

Morrow, W. J Chief Supervisor " 

Nichols, F. L Medical Interne (T) 6 months 999 96 

" " ■ 3 " 500 00 

Nicholson, P Gardener 12 months 

Pentland, E. S Junior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 4 " 

Peterkin, J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 (T) 13^ " 

Rae, C Medical Consultant (Part time) 

Ramsay, W. R Carpenter (T) 1Y 2 " 

Rendall, M. G Assistant Physician 10 " 

Riddell, J. E Painter 12 

Robinson, M. D Supervisor " 

Rowsome, M. M Superintendent of Nurses 

Sager, H. S Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 4 



Smith, T Mason 

Sutton, I Assistant Physician 

Thompson, J Steward, Group 2 

Turner, G. H Psychological Interne 

Wallace, G. H. F Baker 

Widenham, K. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Wilson, W. H Tinsmith 



(T) 



12 

9 

3 1/5 
12 



(T) 



1,300 00 

1,300 00 

520 00 

520 00 

975 00 

1,031 25 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

2,000 00 

1,400 00 

1,800 00 

1,400 00 

1,296 51 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,800 00 
1,600 00 

956 04 
1,400 00 
1,700 00 
1,200 00 

825 00 

1,999 96 



1,044 35 

30 00 

1,125 00 

112 90 

1,200 00 

825 00 

1,180 43 
3,300 00 

975 00 
1,912 50 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 

111 29 
2,400 00 
1,600 00 

1.499 96 
1,200 00 

40 00 

106 45 

520 00 

817 72 

1,966 68 

1,300 00 

1,125 00 

1,600 00 

100 00 

1,600 00 

2,400 00 

1,724 94 

80 65 

1.500 00 
975 00 

1,500 00 



E^54 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, Toronto — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids 16,535 36 

Engineering Staff: Firemen, Shift Engineers, Mechanics, Watchman 11,625 00 

Farm and Garden : Farm Hand 275 00 

Attendants and Nurses 144,143 38 

Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Interne, Laboratory Assistant 7,526 70 

Maintenance ($163,944.33) 

Travelling Expenses 258 93 

Medicine and Medical Comforts 9,023 13 

Provisions 90,694 20 

Fuel, Light and Water 27,049 32 

Clothing 14,157 84 

Laundry and Cleaning 6,772 60 

Furniture and Furnishings 9,735 22 

Office Expenses 1,615 54 

Farm Expenses 483 57 

Contingencies 4,153 98 

Travelling Expenses: 

A. Hutchison, 11.50; M. M. Kilgour, 175.77; L. B. McFadgen, 56.47; J. M. Nes- 

bitt, 15.19 258 93 

Maintenance: 

Allen & Rollaston, Ltd., 177.33; Ash Temple Co., Ltd., 488.30; J. & A. Aziz, 
282.88; Balfours, Ltd., 757.13; J. Bamford & Sons, Ltd., 135.30; Barrett Bros., 
1,680.31; Bauer & Black, Ltd., 308.90; W. J. Bell Paper Co., Ltd., 180.88; 
Bolton Creamery Co., 2,323.88; Booth Fisheries Canadian Co., Ltd., 795.83; 
A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 205.96; British & Colonial Trading Co., Ltd., 741.61; 
British Drug Houses (Canada), Ltd., 100.35; G. P. Brown Distributors, Ltd., 
350.50; Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 934.83; Canada & Dominion Sugar 
Co., Ltd., 3,472.87; Canada Packers, Ltd., 568.00; Canada Semolina Co., 131.16; 
Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 327.83; Central Wholesale Grocers, 
Ltd., 1,249.67; Consumers Gas Company of Toronto, 419.83; Corbett-Cowley, 
Ltd., 119.98; Dalglish & Co., 434.30; Department of Health, 147.00; Depart- 
ment of Highways, 298.20; Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 542.17; Domin- 
ion Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., 298.40; Dry Goods Specialty Co., 103.06; Dust- 
bane Products, Ltd., 264.80; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 1,453.32; 
Endo Medical Products, Ltd., 159.12; Everist Bros., Ltd., 3,065.46; General 
Films, Ltd., 258.10; General Steel Wares, Ltd., 122.09; Gordon, MacKay 
& Co., Ltd., 1,644.05; Grose Fertilizers & Chemicals, Ltd., 119.53; Hamilton's 
Wiper & Supplies, 150.39; G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 332.36; J. F. Hartz Co., 
Ltd., 699.89; Highland Dairy, Ltd., 6,517.80; H. Home & Co., Ltd., 347.61; 
F. Horner, Ltd., 112.86; Hunt's, Ltd., 343.65; Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission of Ontario, 434.43; Hygiene Products, Ltd., 616.95; Imperial Coffee 
& Spice Co., Ltd., 132.30; Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 
255.03; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 234.96; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 1,199.09; 
Ivey & Co., 129.92; F. T. James Co., Ltd., 262.50; Jem Rubber Co., Ltd., 
307.20; J. King, 290.19; W. H. Lake, 189.77; F. A. Lallemond Refining Com- 
pany of Canada, Ltd., 283.94; Levi's, 131.75; Loblaw Groceterias Co., Ltd., 
713.47; J. Lowe Corporation, 325.07; Luxura Tea Co., 1,420.65; MacCallum 
Manufacturing Co., 316.75; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 4,996.78; March- 
ment Co., Ltd., 135.16; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 8,760.27; Mercer Reformatory 
Industries, 10,285.23; Merck & Co., Ltd., 175.60; D. Mclntyre & Co., Ltd., 
892.75; Mills & Hadwin, Ltd., 553.11; Milnes Coal Co., Ltd., 4,910.75; Mura- 
tori's Macaroni Manufacturing Co., 134.40; Myers-Elliott, 800.00; National 
Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 305.25; National Grocers Co., 
Ltd., 1,506.21; National Refining Co., Ltd., 183.23; Nerlich & Co., 192.31; 
D. Nicholson & Son, 161.70; Ontario Honey Producer's Co-operative, Ltd., 
120.00; Ontario Hospital, Fort William, 526.98; Ontario Hospital, Hamilton, 
677.00; Ontario Hospital, Kingston, 220.00; Ontario Hospital, Orillia, Indus- 
tries, 396.00; Ontario Hospital, Whitby, 407.50; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 
3,717.51; Ontario Reformatory, Mimico, 271.93; Ontario Reformatory In- 
dustries, 25,331.99; Ontario Tobacco Co., 600.00; Parke, Davis & Co., 421.20; 
Pugsley, Dingman & Co., Ltd., 374.36; Pure Gold Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
160.47; Reckitts (Overseas), Ltd., 109.30; W. E. Reid, 201.60; Reliance Shoe 
Co., Ltd., 1,650.37; Rex Tailoring Co., 214.50; A. C. Robinson, 3,209.03; E. 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E55 



Ontario Hospital, Toronto — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Rogers Co., Ltd., 14,191.22; Royal Canadian Tobacco Co., 212.20; R. Simpson 
Co., Ltd., 271.99; Sovereign Film Distributors, Ltd., 212.00; St. Croix Soap 
Manufacturing Co., 302.77; St. Lawrence Fish Market, 868.50; St. Lawrence 
Starch Co., Ltd., 368.60; Standard Brands, Ltd., 1,082.83; Standard Vulcan- 
izing & Battery Co., 101.35; C. A. Starr Co., 247.69; Stevens Companies, 308.53; 
Sundry Persons, boarded-out patients, 11,834.55; Textile Products Co., 275.66; 
Toronto Hydro-Electric Svstem, 2,734.31; Toronto Municipal Farms, 637.77; 
Treasurer, City of Toronto, 6,062.47; Tuckett, Ltd., 291.00; C. Turnbull Co., 
Ltd., 290.57; Vernon & Co., Ltd., 138.75; Victoria Paper & Twine Co., Ltd., 
139.72; G. H. Walker, 841.50; Weeks Produce Co., 113.80; Western Canada 
Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 211.70; White's Hardware, Ltd., 137.98; S. C. Williams, 
168.18; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 281.30; York Trading Co., Ltd., 238.27; A. 

B. Zacks, 163.45; Cartage, express and freight, 582.72; musical services, 

34.00; newspapers and periodicals, 136.10; postage, 443.19; religious services, 
530.00; telegrams, 81.78; telephone, 1,072.79; accounts under $100, 5,062.21 . . 



163,685 40 



Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($6,202.24) 



Buildings. 
Engineers. 



3,321 61 
2,880 63 



All Weld Co., Ltd., 190.70; Builders' Supplies, Ltd., 311.20; F. Carr, 150.00; Empire 
Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 275.69; Fairbank Lumber & Coal Co., Ltd. 
331.21; E. B. Fielding & Co., 138.31; Glidden Company of Canada, Ltd., 749.42 
Good Specialties, Ltd., 112.76; Grinnell Company of Canada, Ltd., 120.85 
Hobart Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 200.40; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 171.76 
Leaside Hardware & Glass Co., Ltd., 258.71; W. Moore Paint Co., 146.70 
Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 101.22; J. B. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 252.83; Storrar 
Supply Co., 199.00; Sturgeons, Ltd., 180.62; Wheeler & Bain, Ltd., 123.60; 
White's Hardware, Ltd., 200.63; Accounts under $100, 1,986.63 

Toronto $426,898 64 



6,202 24 



Whitby 

Salaries ($390,852.68) 

Fletcher, D. R Superintendent 12 months 5,800 00 

Allard, F. H Gardener " 1,400 00 

Arthurs, T Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. ... 12 months 825 00 

Less leave of absence 493 86 331 14 

Astrop, C Steward, Group 2 12 months 2.400 00 

Bailey, M. E Night Telephone Operator, Group 2 " 750 00 

Barnard, T. W Plumber 1 " 133 37 

Bath, B.I Telephone Operator, Group 2 12 " 750 00 

Beaton, B. B Dentist •. (Part time) 584 00 

Bland, M Store Assistant 12 months 1,300 00 

Boddv, J Painter " 1,500 00 

Bracey, H. G Physical Instructor " 1,500 00 

Bredin, S. J Shift Engineer, Group 1 " 1,800 00 

Breslin, R. H Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne 

(T) 2 months 50 52 

" Medical Interne (T)10 " 1,617 50 1,668 02 

Bullock, A Supervisor 12 months 1,400 00 

Caldback, E Housekeeper " 1,050 00 

Cardwell, W. A Assistant Physician " 3,000 00 

Caughey, G. C Medical Interne (T) 4 4/5 " 799 97 

Clemens, R. H Farmer 12 " 1,800 00 

Cowan, G Head Cook 3 " 324 99 

Cruickshank, W. H Medical Interne 12 " 2,000 00 

Damery, J Supervisor " 1,400 00 

Davidson, J Carpenter " 1,300 00 

Dean, T Supervisor " 1,400 00 

Dewsbury, L. C Chief Supervisor, Group 1 " 1,600 00 

Downing, F. B Housekeeper " 1,050 00 

Edwards, C. L Herdsman 11 " 1,100 00 

Ferguson, J Supervisor 12 " 1,200 00 

Forman, M. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 



E56 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Ontario Hospital, Whitby — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 

Gallogley, D. J Supervisor 12 months 

Gauld, W. H Senior Assistant Physician 9 " 

Goddard, E. S Medical Interne (T) 6 months 989 20 

" " " 2 " 333 33 

Graham, J. G Assistant Physician 7 months 

Greenaway, T. A Carpenter 9% " 

Grieve, J. D Clinical Physician 12 " 

Harden, W. F Chef . 12 " 

Hardy, G Assistant Stationary Engineer 

Harris, A Shift Engineer, Group 1 " 

Heard, M. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2.(T) 9 months 618 75 

" ■ " " 2 3 " 206 25 

Hill, E Principal Clerk 12 months 

Hodgson, H.J Store Assistant 

Howard, A Painter " 

Humphries, E Assistant Electrician 

Ing, F Technician, Group 2 " 

Irvine, W. J Supervisor 

Jermyn, W Clerk, Group 2 " 

Johnson, J. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 (T) 5 " 

Kerr, M Supervisor 12 

Laughlin, E. R Assistant Physician 2 " 

Lawler, A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 

Maguire, F Supervisor 12 months 1,400 00 

Less leave of absence 397 10 

Matheson, J. M Social Service Worker, Group 2 12 months 

Matthews, M. E . . . . „ Housekeeper 

McBride, E. M Clerk Typist, Group 2 

McCulley, R Supervisor 

McLean, D " 

McLeod, A. G Steamfitter 

McMahon, W Shift Engineer, Group 1 

McMinn, R. J Supervisor 

McNee, R Senior Clerk 

McPhail, A Assistant Laundryman 

Millar, M. W Farmer 11 months 1,191 67 

Less leave of absence 119 95 

Montgomery, S. R. P Senior Assistant Physician 11^ months 

Nixon, F Electrician 12 " 

Palmer, L Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Piatt, D. C Head Cook 

Pryce, R.J Supervisor 

Radcliffe, J. S Storekeeper 

Rainnie, J Carpenter 

Rea, T Supervisor 

Robertson, E. C Dietitian 

Rose, A Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 3}/% " 

Rycroft, C Supervisor 12 " 

Sharpe, R. P Head Nurse 

Shulman, A. G Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 3^ " 

Sinclair, E. G Dentist, Group 3 8}^ " 

Smith, A Mason 12 " 

Stapleford, E. M Psychologist, Group 2 " 

Stein, A Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 3 l A " 

Summers, A. R Stationary Engineer, Group 1 12 " 

Sweet, T. A Assistant Physician 

Thorndyke, R Assistant Plumber 

Townsend, A. E Supervisor 

Vail, R. V Assistant Physician 

Van Home, R Supervisor 

Walsh, B Head Cook 6 months 650 00 

" Attendant " 562 50 



1,212 50 
Less leave of absence 650 00 

Ward, K Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 months 

Watson, S Assistant Plumber 

Wellman, M. C Assistant Physician 



1,400 00 
2,250 00 

1,322 53 
1,575 00 
1,290 32 
3,000 00 
1,900 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 

825 00 

2,300 00 

1,200 00 

1,500 00 

1,300 00 

1,125 00 

1,400 00 

1,200 00 

334 88 

1,400 00 

400 00 

975 00 

1,002 90 
1,200 00 
975 00 
825 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,600 00 
1,400 00 
1,700 00 
1,125 00 

1,071 72 
3,292 34 
1,600 00 
1,125 00 
1,300 00 
1,500 00 
1,600 00 
1,300 00 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 

85 83 
1,400 00 
1,500 00 

85 00 
1,408 55 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 

85 00 
2,200 00 
2,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
2,300 00 
1,200 00 



562 50 

975 00 

1,400 00 

2,333 33 






1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 57 

Ontario Hospital, Whitby — 'Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

White, H. O Store Assistant (T) 8 3/5 months 804 44 

Whitney, S Carpenter 12 " 1,600 00 

Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstresses 19,949 43 

Engineering Staff: Firemen, Helper, Mechanic 6,000 00 

Farm and Garden: Farm Hands, Teamster, Truck Driver, Assistant Herdsman .... 9,114 58 

Attendants and Nurses 214,002 48 

Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Interne 6,274 39 

Nurses-in-Training 10,015 97 

Maintenance ($271,374.75) 

Travelling Expenses 374 17 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 13,850 91 

Provisions 121,437 16 

Fuel Light and Water 68,162 40 

Clothing 15,256 11 

Laundry and Cleaning 7,421 17 

Furniture and Furnishings 19,785 30 

Office Expenses 2,396 46 

Farm Expenses 1 1 ,274 67 

Contingencies 4,609 83 

Live Stock 6,806 57 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. D. Grieve, 156.46; W. F. Harden, 20.91 ; J. M. Matheson, 68.40; S. R. P. 
Montgomery, 33.65; R. P. Sharpe, 14.10; E. M. Stapleford, 80.65 374 17 

Maintenance: 

Abbott Laboratories, Ltd., 169.12; Agricultural Chemicals, Ltd., 597.44; Alu- 
minum Goods, Ltd., 152.99; American Can Co., 3,274.84; A. Armstrong, 995.78; 
Aurora Flour & Feed Mills, Ltd., 159.75; J. & A. Aziz, 430.73; Balfours, Ltd., 
885.26; J. Bamford & Sons, Ltd., 459.18; J. F. Barnards Sons, Ltd., 562.25; 
Banner Bedding, Ltd., 175.00; Barrett Bros., 1,985.48; Bauer & Black, Ltd., 
' 564.73; G. Bedding, 341.55; W. J. Bell Paper Co., Ltd., 487.89; Blatchford 
Feeds, Ltd., 177.75; Boiler, Furnace & Stove Parts, Ltd., 160.19; Bolton 
Creamery Co., 3,066.25; Borden Co., Ltd., 102.90; H. W. Boys, 391.49; A. 
Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 333.70; I. B. Bragg, 550.00; Brampton Knitting Mills, 
105.00; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 619.51; British & Colonial Trading 
Co., Ltd., 998.45; J. A. Bruce & Co., Ltd., 173.18; Brunner, Mond, Canada, 
Ltd., 282.24; Burke, Electric & X-Rav Co., Ltd., 1,442.95; Canada & Dominion 
Sugar Co., Ltd., 6,281.40; Canada Packers, Ltd., 2,063.70; Canada Starch 
Sales Co., Ltd., 144.34; Canada Vinegars, Ltd., 118.48; Canadian Industrial 
Alcohol Co., Ltd., 279.78; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 164.03; Canadian Na- 
tional Institute for the Blind, 218.35; Canadian National Railways, 496.19; 
Canadian W. A. Rogers, Ltd., 154.45; Central Wholesale Grocers, Ltd., 788.98; 
Ciba Co., Ltd., 142.57; Clarke Caster Co., Ltd., 150.45; Cockshutt Plow Co., 
Ltd., 261.12; J. J. Connors, 122.67; G. & R. J. Cook, 4,783.32; Corbett-Cowley, 
Ltd., 318.41; Dalton & Grierson, Ltd., 165.93; W. R. Dean, 322.96; Delaney 
& Pettit, Ltd., 3,897.34; Department of Health, 1,180.45; Diamond Cleanser 
& Soaps, Ltd., 884.40; Dominion Dental Co., Ltd., 836.55; Dominion Lin- 
seed Oil Co., Ltd., 605.00; Drygoods Specialty Co., 124.30; Eastman Photo- 
graphic Stores, Ltd., 660.11; Eddy Match Co., Ltd., 196.92; Endo Medical 
Products, Ltd., 274.12; Ennis Wonder Polish Co., 108.00; R. J. Fenwick & 
Co., 189.16; General Steel Wares, Ltd., 167.20; L. A. Gifford, 275.00; B. F. 
Goodrich Rubber Company of Canada, Ltd., 103.33; Gordon, MacKay & 
Co., Ltd., 1,279.73; Hamilton's Wiper & Supplies, 297.98; G. A. Hardie & Co., 
Ltd., 332.03; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 997.93; Higgins & Burke, Ltd., 222.11; 
S. Hisey & Son, 361.00; F. W. Horner, Ltd., 265.37; Hospital & Kitchen Equip- 
ment Co., 114.00; H. S. Howland Sons & Co., Ltd., 308.88; Hygiene Products, 
Ltd., 369.36; Imperial Coffee & Spice Co., Ltd., 2,072.61; Imperial Optical Co., 
164.03; Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 458.42; Ingersoll 
Cream Cheese Co., Ltd., 174.48; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 265.25; Interlake Tissue 
Mills Co., Ltd., 1,861.46; Ivey & Co., 262.68; Jem Rubber Co., Ltd., 466.50; 
Jones Bros, of Canada, Ltd.. 101.40; J. King, 115.18; A. Lewington, 508.50; 
Loblaw Groceterias Co., Ltd., 1,135.15; Luxura Tea Co., 475.20; MacCallum 
Manufacturing Co., 583.69; R. T. McLaren, 215.00; Maple Leaf Milling Co., 
Ltd., 1,878.93; Marchment Co., Ltd., 270.23; Marlowe & Strowger, 216.00; 
Marshall's Co., Ltd., 13,971.68; L. McCoy, 282.01; D. Mclntyre & Co., Ltd., 



E58 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, Whitby — Continued 
Maintenance — Continued 

1,201.42; McLaughlin Coal & Supplies, Ltd., 50,636.75; Mercer Reformatory 
Industries, 12,057.04; Merck & Co., Ltd., 162.91; Mills & Hadwin, Ltd., 366.70; 
Milnes Coal Cc, Ltd., 1,090.79; Mushroom Farms, Ltd., 274.34; Nash Tailors, 
Ltd., 462.00; National Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 205.34; 
National Grocers Co., Ltd., 497.51; National Refining Co., Ltd.. 228.14; Ner- 
lich & Co., 925.79; Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 269.37; Niagara Grape 
Distributors, Ltd., 100.28; D. Nicholson & Son, 929.77; Office Specialty Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 106.91; Ontario Hospital, Brockville, 250.00; Ontario 
Hospital, Hamilton, 265.00; Ontario Hospital, London, 150.00; Ontario Hospital, 
Orillia, 375.00; Ontario Hospital, Orillia, Industries, 1,197.00; Ontario Hospital, 
Penetanguishene, 200.00; Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 369.61; Ontario Hos- 
pital, Woodstock, 221.75; Ontario Reformatory Industries, Guelph, 17,878.43; 
Ontario Tobacco Co., 225.00; Oshawa Laundry & Dry Cleaning Co., Ltd., 
125.55; Oxford University Press, 110.00; Parke, Davis & Co., 1,092.64; C. 
Parsons & Son, Ltd., 159.83; Patterson's Dairv, 154.05; Prophylactic Brush 
Co. (Canada), Ltd., 228.90; F. H. Puchrin, 167'.00; Pugsley, Dingman & Co., 
Ltd., 505.53; Reckitts (Overseas), Ltd., 213.38; Reesor's Marmill, Ltd., 418.25; 
W. E. Reid, 120.00; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 400.04; Rex Tailoring Co., 478.50; 
Richards Glass Co., Ltd., 113.97; L. Simon Co., Ltd., 110.14; R. Simpson Co., 
Ltd., 180.00; E. D. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 216.72; Standard Brands, Ltd., 907.79; 
C. A. Starr Co., 365.00; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 736.40; Stevens Com- 
panies, 194.68; St. Catharines Peach Growers' Co-operative Association, 280.50; 
St. Croix Soap Manufacturing Co., 814.19; St. Lawrence Fish Market, 1,528.05; 
St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 252.20; Stronach & Sons, 317.80; Sully Aluminum, 
Ltd., 389.00; Sundry Persons, boarded-out patients, 24,297.18; Sw'ift Canadian 
Co., Ltd., 292.08; Taylor-Forbes, Ltd., 100.98; Textile Products Co., 171.19; 
Tod's Bread, 18,124.68; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 149.95; Trenton Cooperage 
Mills, Ltd., 110.00; Tuckett, Ltd., 1,260.73; Underwood-Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., 
134.67; United Farmers Co-operative Co., Ltd., 1,019.19; Vallance, Brown 
& Co., Ltd., 329.45; Vernon & Co., Ltd., 715.20; A. A. Walker, 513.83; G. H. 
Walker, 726.00; Watkins Seeds, Ltd., 727.20; Whitby Dairy, 16,285.35; Whitby 
Hydro-Electric System, 5,959.74; Whitby Motors, Ltd., 713.45; Whitby Public 
Utility Commission, 9,998.75; White's Hardware, Ltd., 277.91; S. C. Williams, 
241.61; H. Wilson & Sons, 240.00; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 106.56; V. Wright, 

1,382.10; York Trading Co., Ltd., 432.62; A. B. Zacks, 125.98; Cartage, 

express and freight, 753.13; musical services, 124.00; newspapers and periodicals, 
170.80; postage, 1,168.50; religious services, 460.00; telegrams, 11.65; tele- 
phone, 784.57; accounts under $100, 5,713.17 271,000 58 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($8,056.49) 

Buildings 4,266 14 

Engineers 3,790 35 

Adanac Machine & Moulding Co., 218.90; F. L. Beecroft, 300.62; Boiler, Furnace 
& Stove Parts, Ltd., 317.25; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 208.02; Brandram Hen- 
derson, Ltd., 110.78; Brunner, Mond, Canada, Ltd., 214.32; Canadian General 
Electric Co., Ltd., 123.28; Canadian Powers Regulator Co., Ltd., 209.15; Cana- 
dian Scale Co., Ltd., 130.00; Crane, Ltd., 157.72; W. H. Cunningham-Hill, 
Ltd., 101.65; Darling Bros., Ltd., 198.00; Dominion Oxygen Co., Ltd., 118.94; 
C. A. Dunham Co., Ltd., 139.68; Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 219.73; 
Garlock Packing Company of Canada, Ltd., 118.84; Grinnell Company of 
Canada, Ltd., 193.07; G. H. Hees, Son & Co., Ltd., 159.49; A. S. Leitch Co., 
Ltd., 220.64; Masco Co., Ltd., 125.18; McLaughlin Coal & Supplies, Ltd., 
126.40; W. Moore Paint Co., 155.10; J. H. Morin & Co., Ltd., 441.35; J. Morrison 
Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 137.83; Mueller, Ltd., 101.05; Northern Electric 
Co., Ltd., 165.15; J. Robertson Co., Ltd., 225.15; Sherwin-Williams Companv 
of Canada, Ltd., 188.00; Wheeler & Bain, Ltd., 151.81; Whitby Lumber & 

Coal Co., Ltd., 228.06; White's Hardware, Ltd., 285.98; Cartage, express 

and freight, 62.25; accounts under $100, 2,203.10 8,056 49 

Whitby $670,283 92 

Woodstock 

Salaries ($140,793.02) 

Lynch, D. O Superintendent 12 months 5,200 00 

Batsford, F. H Assistant Gardener u 1,125 00 



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Ontario Hospital, Woodstock — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Boag, G. W Steward, Group 2 12 months 2,550 00 

Boyd, N Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 3 " 74 17 

Bradley, G. A Telephone Operator, Group 2 12 " 825 00 

Calder, M. M Dietitian " 1,200 00 

Campbell, J. H Supervisor " 1,400 00 

Clark, R. C " " 1,125 00 

Curry, G Chief Supervisor " 1,500 00 

Davidson, J. C Laundryman 1 " 100 00 

Derby, H. K Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 10 " 750 00 

Doig, F. W Storekeeper 12 " 1,600 00 

Gordon, G Laundryman 11 " 1 ,283 34 

Harper, T. J Supervisor 12 " 1,125 00 

Haylow, M Telephone Operator, Group 2 (T) 6 months 375 00 

" " " "2 " 375 00 750 00 

Hunt, M Superintendent of Nurses 12 months 1,600 00 

Hyslop, D. W Stationary Engineer, Group 2 8 " 1,266 68 

Langdon, B. E Farmer 12 " 1,200 00 

Langford, M. J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. . . . 2 months 137 50 

" Nurse Attendant, Group 2 10 " 687 50 825 00 

Lawson, F. S Assistant Physician 12 months 2,400 00 

Lounsbury, E. C Butcher " 1,125 00 

Magill, M. L Teacher 12 months 900 00 

Less leave of absence 50 81 849 19 

Marshall, A. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 months 1 ,050 00 

McAuley, N Stationary Engineer, Group 2 4 " 666 64 

McGregor, A Herdsman 12 " 1,125 00 

McKenzie, A. E Telephone Operator, Group 2 (T) Y 2 " 32 26 

McMaster, S Supervisor 12 " 1,125 00 

Pack, K. M Clerk, Group 2 " 1,200 00 

Pratt, C. H Senior Assistant Physician " 3,600 00 

Raper, A. H Carpenter's Helper " 1,200 00 

Rowcliffe, J. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Smith, H Painter " 1,300 00 

Thompson, R Supervisor 1 ,400 00 

Tisdale, C. V Assistant Physician " 3,000 00 

Watson, V. A Supervisor " 1,200 00 

White, A. J Head Cook " 1,300 00 

Wilson, A. H Dentist (Part time) 1 ,608 00 

Young, R. A Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne (T) 3 months 75 00 

Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstress, Kitchen Porters, Porter 

and Messenger 8,756 77 

Engineering Staff: Firemen, Shift Engineers 5,980 32 

Farm and Garden : Farm Hands 2,556 67 

Attendants and Nurses 70,280 30 

Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Interne 2,563 68 



Maintenance ($99,895.93) 

Travelling Expenses 147 80 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 9,726 92 

Provisions 32,259 83 

Fuel, Light and Water 30,795 74 



Clothing 

Laundry and Cleaning . . . . 

Furniture and Furnishings 

Office Expenses 

Farm Expenses 

Contingencies 

Live Stock 



5,746 15 
3,161 89 
5,622 83 
1,870 12 
5,324 31 
2,428 13 
2,812 21 



Travelling Expenses: 

J. H. Campbell, 45.65; W. G. Cocker, 32.00; D. O. Lynch, 70.15 



Maintenance: 

A. Armstrong, 871.50; Ash Temple Co., Ltd., 108.07; J. & A. Aziz, 150.46; 
Balfours, Ltd., 429.77; Barney's Quality Fish, 961.29; Bauer & Black, Ltd., 
445.00; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 102.61; British & Colonial Trading Co., 
Ltd., 257.92; J. A. Bruce Co., Ltd., 108.73; W. A. Bull, 102.45; Burke Electric 



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No. 1 



Ontario Hospital, Woodstock — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

& X-Ray Co., Ltd., 564.57; Burroughs, Wellcome & Co., 119.49; Canada & 
Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 662.65; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 118.78; 
Canadian Germicide Co., Ltd., 102.80; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 153.40; 
Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 143.51; Central Wholesale Grocers, 
Ltd., 221.48; Coghill Tailoring Co., 660.00; G. & R. J. Cook, 434.56; Corbett- 
Cowlev, Ltd., 130.18; Crestol Refineries, Ltd., 163.83; Crown Lumber, Coal 
Supply Co., Ltd., 4,937.13; W. R. Dean, 124.00; Delany & Pettit, Ltd., 564.34; 
Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 197.85; Eddy Match Co., Ltd., 177.21; Elliott 
Bros., 857.12; Elliott, Marr & Co., Ltd., 1,443.22; Eureka Planter Co., Ltd., 
116.65; W. T. Fretz, 179.00; General Films, Ltd., 486.80; Gold Seal Shoe Re- 
pair Shop, 351.30; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 574.94; Hamilton's Wiper 
& Supplies, 204.28; G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 211.05; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 
1,790.41; G.H.Hees, Son & Co., Ltd., 198.39; Hobbs Hardware Co., Ltd., 145.99; 
Hogg & Lytle, Ltd., 247.00; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
4,463.23; Imperial Coffee & Spice Co., Ltd., 975.00; Imperial Fuels, 16,766.30; 
Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 296.34; Ingersoll Cream 
Cheese Co., Ltd., 296.28; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 191.94; Interlake Tissue Mills 
Co., Ltd., 761.69; Johnston Baking Co., 4,748.50; Jones Bros., 163.00; Karn's 
Drug Store, 137.31; F. S. Kennedy, 125.00; Libby, McNeill & Libby of Canada, 
Ltd., 131.86; Liquor Control Board of Ontario, 100.20; Loblaw Groceterias 
Co., Ltd., 197.50; J. Lowe Corporation, 323.54; Luxura Tea Co., 126.72; Mac- 
Callum Manufacturing Co., 299.10; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 4,610.04; McCarthy 
Milling Co., Ltd., 800.00; McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 533.32; J. W. McLevin, 
165.00; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 3,222.80; Milqo, Ltd., 140.48; Moffats, 
Ltd., 223.66; J. Montgomery, 120.00; National Drug & Chemical Com- 
ical Company of Canada, Ltd., 245.88; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 296.79; 
Nerlich & Co., 335.30; Ontario Honey Producers Co-operative, Ltd., 108.40; 
Ontario Hospital, Hamilton, 700.00; Ontario Hospital, London, 150.00; Ontario 
Hospital, Orillia, Industries, 255.00; Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 684.65; Ontario 
Hospital, Whitby, 947.00; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 10,315.80; Ontario 
Tobacco Co., 112.50; Oxford Farmers Co-operative Produce Co., Ltd., 854.00; 
Oxford Fruit Co-operative, Ltd., 120.00; Parke, Davis & Co., 644.13; Poole 
& Co., 1,819.94; Pugsley, Dingman & Co., Ltd., 110.25; Reliance Shoe Co., 
Ltd., 677.70; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., 295.29; Sinclair, Stevens & Black, 137.00; 
Standard Brands, Ltd., 338.25 ; Standard Tube Co., Ltd., 295.20 ; F. Stearns 
and Company of Canada, Ltd., 161.13; St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 950.18; 
Sully Aluminum, Ltd., 112.50; Textile Products Co., 202.04; P. Tillick, 133.65; 
Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 110.00; Tuckett, Ltd., 1,004.00; Vallance, Brown 
& Co., Ltd., 319.83; Vernon & Co., Ltd., 444.10; Victoria Paper & Twine Co., 
Ltd., 194.32; Whyte Packing Co., Ltd., 1,220.40; C. R. Will & Co., Ltd., 130.83; 
S. C. Williams, 158.68; Wilson's Produce, 197.31; Witts Fertilizer Works, 
441.60; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 152.50; Woodstock, City of, 600.00; Wood- 
stock Central Dairy, Ltd., 103.36; Woodstock District Farmer's Co-operative 
Association, Ltd., 1,056.27; Woodstock General Hospital, 346.50; Woodstock 

Public Utilities Commission, 3,475.72; Cartage, express and freight, 547.35; 

musical services, 185.00; newspapers and periodicals, 164.71; postage, 780.83; 
religious services, 460.00; telegrams, 46.95; telephone, 925.02; accounts under 
$100, 5,991.73 



99,748 13 



Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($5,980.85) 



Buildings. 
Engineers 



2,637 27 
3,343 58 



Beldam's Asbestos Packing, Ltd., 141.35; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 421.75; Crane, 
Ltd., 320.83; Davison & Mclnnis, 143.13; Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., 
Ltd., 106.35; Hobart Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 116.81; Hobbs Glass Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 133.24; Hobbs Hardware Co., Ltd., 330.55; Hutcheson 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 657.80; MacLean Underfeed Stoker Co., Ltd., 340.54; Mc- 
Kenzie Hardware, 115.94; J. Morrison Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 101.09 
Pilkington Bros. (Canada), Ltd., 162.72; Roelofson Elevator Co., Ltd., 113.55 
Sherwin-Williams Company of Canada, Ltd., 140.41; Sturgeons, Ltd., 297.86 
Superior Electric Supply Company of Toronto, Ltd., 101.76; Western Foundry 

Co., Ltd., 109.25; Cartage, express and freight, 66.15; accounts under 

$100, 2,059.77 



5,980 85 



Woodstock $246,669 80 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 61 

Ontario Hospitals — Continued 
Toronto Psychiatric 

Salaries ($93,665.74) 

Farrar, C. B Superintendent 12 months 5,000 00 

Abbott, A Secretarial Stenographer 5 " 666 65 

Aikenhead, G. D Social Service Worker, Group 2 .12 months 1,400 00 

Less leave of absence 189 10 1,210 90 

Boyer, G Medical Consultant (Part time) 530 00 

Brown, J. A Psychologist 12 months 1,700 00 

Less leave of absence 123 84 1,576 16 

Chalk, S. G Senior Assistant Physician 12 months 3,450 00 

Coburn, F. E Senior Undergraduate Medical Interne. ... 4 " 100 00 

Cook, B. W Painter (T) u 403 23 

Darwin, L. E Elevator Attendant (T) 2Y 2 " 192 50 

Demorest, M. H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 900 00 

Foley, M Superintendent of Nurses 12 months 1,700 00 

Less leave of absence 155 37 1,544 63 

Goodman, B Telephone Operator, Group 2 12 months 825 00 

Jackson, M Assistant Physician " 3,000 00 

Johnston, H. W Medical Consultant (Part time) 530 00 

Kaake, E Telephone Operator, Group 2 12 months 856 25 

Leggett, J. D Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 975 00 

Lewis, E. P Director, Out-Patient's Department " 4,400 00 

Linell, E. A Medical Consultant (Part time) 600 00 

Lowrey, W. H " " u 530 00 

Mackenzie, E. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 months 1,050 00 

Maher, V.L.N " " " 2 " 900 00 

Manning, G. W Junior Undergraduate Medical Interne. . . 4 " 40 00 

McCuaig, C. H Senior Assistant Physician 12 months 3,400 00 

Less leave of absence 1,000 00 2,400 00 

McCuaig, L Acting Head Nurse 2% months 268 32 

McCutcheon, J. V Senior Undergraduate Medical 

Interne 4 months 100 00 

(Part time) 6 " 60 00 160 00 

McKenzie, K. G Medical Consultant (Part time) 530 00 

Merrick, W. C Steward, Group 2 12 months 2,200 00 

Mitchell, A Head Cook " 1,200 00 

Owen, T Medical Consultant (Part time) " 1,000 00 

Poison, K. J Telephone Operator, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Rae, C Medical Consultant (Part time) 520 00 

Rigby, F Steamntter (T) 3 months 324 99 

" « 9 " 975 00 1,299 99 

Rumble, H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 (T) 6M months 435 42 

Smith, H. G " « " 2 12 " 900 00 

Stewart, M. E Social Service Worker, Group 1 .12 months 1,700 00 

Less leave of absence 27 42 1,672 58 

Thomson, F. B Senior Undergraduate Medical 

Interne 3]/ 2 months 88 34 

(Part-time) 6 " 60 00 148 34 

Wharton, M. A Dietitian 9 months 900 00 

Wilshire, J. W Investigator 12 " 1,400 00 

Wilson, V. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 (T) H " 25 40 

Winston, M Senior Psychological Interne 1 " 35 00 

Domestic Help: Cooks, Maids, Cleaners and Helpers, Kitchen Porter 11,704 66 

Attendants and Nurses 34,200 95 

Occupational Therapist 1,300 00 

Student Nurses 670 47 

Graduate Occupational Therapy Internes 183 33 

Nurses-in-Training 30 96 

Maintenance ($30,449.51) 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 2,489 44 

Provisions 12,343 98 

Fuel, Light and Water 6,159 92 

Clothing 321 26 

Laundry and Cleaning 3,535 93 

Furniture and Furnishings 3,201 14 

Office Expenses 1,838 66 

Lawn Expenses 81 70 

Contingencies 477 48 



E62 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, Toronto Psychiatric — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Abbott Laboratories, Ltd., 317.55; J. Bamford & Sons, Ltd., 780.58; Barker's 
Bread, Ltd., 792.99; Booth Fisheries Canadian Co., Ltd., 166.03; Canada & 
Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 213.45; Cassidy's, Ltd., 139.76; Department of 
Public Works, 2,500.00; Dunolp Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., 496.27; T. 
Eaton Co., Ltd., 206.43; K. C. Freeman, 172.20; Galloway Furniture, Ltd., 
132.00; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 100.29; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 194.20; 
J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 571.23; Highland Dairy, Ltd., 460.27; Hunt's, Ltd., 
206.17; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 134.40; Interlake Tissue 
Mills Co., Ltd., 433.25; Loblaw Groceterias Co., Ltd., 101.53; Luxura Tea 
Co., 190.08; Marshall's Co., Ltd., 1,237.35; Metal Craft Co., Ltd., 277.56; 
Mercer Reformatory, 883.85; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 803.66; National 
Grocers Co., Ltd., 854.36; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 155.17; 
Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 1,388.61; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 1,347.69; 
Ontario Reformatory Industries, Guelph, 4,806.06; Ontario Reformatory, 
Mimico, 239.31; Parke, Davis & Co., 376.20; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., 198.50; 
Standard Tube Co., Ltd., 339.21; Toronto, City of, 1,441.19; Toronto Hydro- 
Electric System, 2,062.62; Toronto Transportation Commission, 260.00; Whyte 

Packing Co., Ltd., 362.28; V. Wright, 566.40; Cartage and express, 73.86; 

newspapers and periodicals, 199.79; postage, 225.00; telegrams, 6.71; tele- 
phone, 936.18; accounts under $100, 3,099.27 30,449 51 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($1,147.98) 

Buildings 772 35 

Engineers 375 63 

Canadian Powers Regulator Co., Ltd., 101.90; Hospital & Kitchen Equipment 

Co., Ltd., 290.50; Accounts under $100, 755.58 1,147 98 

Toronto Psychiatric $125,263 23 



St. Thomas 

Salaries ($7,682.80) 

Smith, W. D Superintendent 3^ month 246 77 

Montgomery, S. R. P Assistant Superintendent 182 79 

Bell, P. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 (T) 11/5 months 83 48 

Collins, W. O Chief Supervisor 2 316 66 

Connor, T. W Assistant Stationary Engineer 3 350 03 

Eames, K. C Assistant Cook (T) Y 2 " 33 27 

Freeman, H. P Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 (T) 3/5 " 51 01 

Long, O. H Head Cook (T) Y z " 33 27 

Mclntyre, W. A Steward, Group 3 (T) 6 3/5 " 1,094 46 

McLachlan, J Stationary Engineer, Group 1 12 2,200 00 

Noon, M. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 (T) 11/5 " 81 02 

Walters, H. R Steamfitter (T) 1 u 108 33 

White, H. O Store Assistant (T) 3 2/5 " 320 56 

Engineering Staff: Firemen, Mechanics, Shift Engineers 2,581 15 

Maintenance ($6,796.48) 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 1,290 88 

Provisions 3,157 95 

Fuel, Light and Water 19 69 

Clothing 1,000 18 

Laundry and Cleaning 589 00 

Furniture and Furnishings 194 66 

Office Expenses 1 7 43 

Contingencies 526 69 

G. Bird, 103.00; Elliott, Marr & Co., Ltd., 1,260.96; Hygiene Products, Ltd., 
130.90; Imperial Coffee & Spice Co., Ltd., 179.19; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., 
Ltd., 104.00; Kaumagraph, Ltd., 106.00; M. H. Kerr, 106.25; F. Leeking, 101.25; 
MacCallum Manufacturing Co., 103.48; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 621.28; 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 63 

Ontario Hospital, St. Thomas — Continued 
Maintenance — Continued 

National Grocers Co., Ltd., 316.42; Ontario Hospital, Orillia, Industries, 162.00; 
Ontario Reformatory Industries, 1,087.62; Parke, Davis & Co., 219.77; Rich- 
ards Glass Co., Ltd., 102.52; Stevens Companies, 122.90; Vernon & Co., Ltd., 
114.70; S. C. Williams, 154.50; Accounts under $100, 1,699.74 6,796 48 

St. Thomas $14,479 28 

Ontario Hospitals $4,987,341 30 

Hospitals Branch $8,437,111 56 

STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($8,000.00) 

Hon. Harold J. Kirby 12 months 8,000 00 

Grants— Ontario Institute of Radio Therapy ($63,000.00) 

Toronto General Hospital 45,000 00 

Kingston General Hospital 9,000 00 

London General Hospital 9,000 00 

Statutory $71,000 00 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

Expenses of the Commission for the Investigation of Cancer 
Remedies ($2,556.72) 
Salaries, Temporary: 

Egener, F. T Secretary 5 months 375 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

R. Brydie, 16.40; T. H. Callahan, 18.00; W. J. Deadman, 71.90; D. T. Fraser, 

22.15; R. E. Valin, 185.20; R. C. Wallace, 168.90; G. Young, 22.25 504 80 

Miscellaneous: 

R. Brydie, services, reporting, 1,508.03; Accounts under $100, 168.89 1,676 92 

Mrs. Olive Carpenter, Rainy River, for Maintenance of 
Amos L. Smith ($330.00) 

Mrs. O. Carpenter 330 00 

Grant to St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, for the Purchase 
of Deep Therapy X-Ray Equipment ($30,000.00) 

St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto 30,000 00 

Contribution to the Essex County Sanatorium to Provide 
a New Kitchen for the Institution ($12,500.00) 

Essex County Sanatorium 12,500 00 

Hospitalization of Transients ($1,209.40) 

Kenora General Hospital 121 80 

Kirkland District Red Cross Hospital 745 60 

Queen Victoria Memorial Hospital, North Bay 342 00 

Special Warrants $46,596 12 

Total Expenditure, Department of Health $9,488,796.57 



PART F 



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1938-39 






TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Main Office: page 

Salaries 5 

Grants 9 

Residency (Division) Salaries 13, 15 

Travelling Expenses 13, 18 

Maintenance, etc 14, 19 

Unforeseen and Unprovided 14, 19 

Traffic Census 14, 19 

King's Highways, Connecting Links, Lands and Buildings 14, 20 

Unemployment Relief: Secondary and Development Roads 15, 51 

Municipal Roads Branch: 

Salaries 9 

Travelling Expenses 13, 18 

Maintenance 14, 19 

County Roads 15, 48 

Township Roads and Indian Reserve Roads 15, 48 

Gasoline Tax Branch: 

Salaries 9 

Travelling Expenses 13, 18 

Maintenance 14, 19 

Permits, Gasoline Pumps, Signs and Garages Branch: 

Salaries 10 

Travelling Expenses 13, 18 

Maintenance 14,19 

Equipment Branch: 

Salaries 10 

Equipment Replacements, etc 15, 20 

Motor Vehicles Branch: 

Salaries ■ 1 1 

Travelling Expenses 13, 18 

Maintenance 14,19 

Safety Committee, advertising 14, 19 

Automobile Markers and Supplies 14,19 

Fees, etc 14, 19 

Summary 4 



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1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 5 



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 

Hon. T. B. McQuesten, Minister, 12 months (Statutory, see page F 15) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($339,430.07) 

Permanent 

Office of the Minister 

Yorston, J. E Secretary to the Minister and Depart- 
mental Secretary 12 months 

Farewell, H Secretarial Stenographer 

Leeson, L. E " " 

Office of the Deputy Minister 

Smith, R. M Deputy Minister 12 months 

Armstrong, H. J Assistant to the Deputy Minister 

Beemer, H. M Senior Clerk 

Brown, E. E Clerk, Group 1 

Creswick, M Secretarial Stenographer a 

Fleming, E Clerk, Group 1 " 

Murray, S. H Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 u 

Office of the Chief Engineer 

Smith, A. A Chief Engineer 12 months 

Balfour, H. M Assistant Highwav Engineer " 

Blair, R. B Principal Audit Clerk. " 

Chatterton, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Dickin, E. M " " " 1 

Francis, T. F District Engineer 

Hutcheson, W. B Assistant Engineer 

James, E. M Senior Clerk " 

Locking, I. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

McKinnon. A. E " " " 2 

Murray, E. H Principal Clerk " 

Nelson, C. H Assistant Chief Engineer " 

Robbins, C. A District Engineer " 

Office of the Bridge Engineer 

Sedgwick, A Chief Bridge Engineer 12 months 

Cowpersmith, A. T Draughtsman, Group 1 " 

Dodd, E.J " "2 

Douglas, A. H Senior Draughtsman, Group 2 " 

Gibson, J. M " " " 2 

Hewitt, H. L " " " 2 

Lamont, H. N Assistant Highway Engineer " 

Loch, L Senior Draughtsman, Group 1 

Maisonville, A. W Draughtsman, Group 1 " 

Murray, V. S Assistant Highway Engineer " 

Parker, C. C Senior Draughtsman, Group 2 " 

Toye, A. M Assistant Highway Engineer 

Wilson, D. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 

Office of the Purchasing Engineer 

MacLachlan, W. A Contract Engineer 12 months 

Adams, S Principal Clerk " 

Kennedy, M Senior Clerk " 

Reid, E. K Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Welby, S. R Purchasing Clerk 

Office of the Draughting Room 

Hay, A Assistant Chief Engineer 12 months 

Barclay, D Senior Draughtsman, Group 1 " 

Boyd, J " " " 2, u 



2,700 


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1,500 


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1,400 


00 


8,000 00 


4,000 


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1,800 00 


1,400 00 


1,400 


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1,600 00 


1,200 00 


5,000 


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3,000 00 


2,000 


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1,125 


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1,125 


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3,300 00 


3,300 


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1,600 


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900 


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900 00 


2,100 00 


3,800 


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3,600 


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3,800 


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1,800 


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1,400 


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2,100 00 


2,300 00 


2,000 


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2,850 00 


2,400 


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2,000 


00 


2,700 


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2,300 


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2,700 


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975 


00 


3,300 00 


2,000 00 


1,800 


00 


1,500 


00 


2,200 00 


3,300 


00 


2,550 00 


2,200 00 



F6 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Main Office, Salaries — Continued 



Office of the Draughting Room — Continued 

Campbell, M. W Draughtsman, Group 2 12 

Cassidy, J. F Senior Draughtsman, Group 2 10 

Clark, H. A Instrument Man, Group 1 12 

Davidson, W. A Draughtsman, Group 1 

Hill, J. F " " 1 

Hotson, W. E " " 1 

Liddle, C. F Office Appliance Operator, Group 3 

Lightwood, G Draughtsman, Group 1 

Odam, L. G Office Appliance Operator, Group 1 

Pownell, G. F " « " " 1 

Robins, C. P Draughtsman, Group 2 

Saunders, C. B " " 1 

Smith, F. T Foreman Painter 8 

Stockdale, G. A Draughtsman, Group 1 12 

Tompsett, C.J " " 3 

Walsh, G. E " " 2 

Wenger, F. W " " 1 

Whitelaw, J " " 2 



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1,200 00 

1,750 00 

1,800 00 

1,800 00 

1,700 00 

2,000 00 

750 00 

1,800 00 

1,700 00 

1,600 00 

1,400 00 

1.600 00 

1,333 28 

1,800 00 

900 00 

1,500 00 

2,000 00 

1,400 00 



Testing Laboratory 

Kitson, W Laboratory Supervisor 12 months 2,400 00 

Braggins, W. P Testing Engineer " 2,000 00 

Smith, T. M Laboratory Assistant, Group 1 " 1,300 00 

Surveys Office 

Fulton, W. J Inspector of Surveys 12 months 3,200 00 

Andersen, Y Surveyor, Group 2 " 1 ,900 00 

Baird, W. J Assistant Inspector of Surveys " 2,400 00 

Bennett, N. D Surveyor, Group 2 " 2,000 00 

Corey, W. R Draughtsman, Group 2 " 1,500 00 

Folkes, J " " 4 " 750 00 

Griffin, C Surveyor, Group 2 " 1 ,900 00 

Griffin, P. M Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,300 00 

Haigh, J.J Surveyor, Group 2 " 2 100 00 

Howard, J. B "" " 1 " 2,100 00 

Howden, H. S Instrument Man, Group 1 1.600 00 

Jackson, J. E Assistant Inspector of Surveys 2,550 00 

Jackson, W. L Senior Draughtsman, Group 2 2,000 00 

Muir, T. C Instrument Man, Group 2 " 1,300 00 

Perk, W. A Draughtsman, Group 2 " 1,300 00 

Sabine, K Instrument Man, Group 1 " 1,500 00 

Siddall, K. H.. . Surveyor, Group 1 2,100 00 

Smith, E. S Draughtsman, Group 2 1,500 00 

Stewart, L. D Surveyor and Senior Draughtsman 3,000 00 

Waddell, W. J Draughtsman,, Group 3 " 1 ,050 00 

Warren, W. R " " 2 " L500 00 



Office of the Chief Accountant 

Smith, G. E. F Chief Accountant 12 months 3,800 00 

Zoller, J. L Chief Clerk " 3,000 00 

Adamson, H. M Clerk, Group 1 " 1 ,300 00 

Adkins, G Senior Clerk u 1,700 00 

Anderson, J. R Clerk, Group 1 1,200 00 

Beaupre, R. E Senior Clerk Stenographer 1,200 00 

Bishop, I. M Clerk Typist, Group 1 " 900 00 

Boisseau, A. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1 ,200 00 

Bradburv, A W Clerk, Group 1 " 1,400 00 

Brown, G Audit Clerk " 1,600 00 

Burch, H. Y Clerk, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Burstow, S. J " " 1 " 1 ,600 00 

Carson, M Clerk Typist, Group 1 " 1 ,200 00 

Cartan, J. F Clerk, Group 2 " 1,050 00 

Chadwick, I Clerk Typist, Group 1 " 1 ,200 00 

Chambers, D Clerk, Group 2 " 1 ,200 00 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 



F 7 



Main Office, Salaries — Continued 

Office of the Chief Accountant — Continued 

Cooper, G. H Senior Clerk 2 months 333 40 

Dicker, C. L Principal Clerk 12 * 2,400 00 

Embleton, F Clerk, Group 1 " 1,500 00 

Flegg, F. C Senior Clerk u 1,600 00 

Fralick, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 « 975 00 

Gould, M. L " u " 1 « 975 00 

Gray, G Clerk, Group 2 " 750 00 

Hallett, N. W Principal Clerk " 2,200 00 

Hardv, W Clerk, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Hart,F. H " " 2 " 1,200 00 

Hayden, I Clerk Srenographer, Group 1 " 1,125 00 

Hewitt, C Clerk, Group 1 " 1,400 00 

Higgins, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 975 00 

Hoover, C Principal Clerk " 2,000 00 

Knight, H. H Senior Clerk " 1,800 00 

LaPrairie, L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Lickorish, E " " " 1 " 1,050 00 

Lindsav, L Clerk, Group 2 " 1,200 00 

Lyons, M Clerk Typist, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Martin, F. J Principal Clerk " 2,100 00 

Milligan, H. E Clerk Tvpist, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Mitchell, E. A Principal Clerk " 2,100 00 

Porter, F Stock Clerk, Group 1 " 1,500 00 

Roberts, R Clerk, Group 2 " 975 00 

Roney, C. P Senior Clerk ■ 1 ,700 00 

Russell, J. B Clerk, Group 2 * 1 ,050 00 

Simpson, S Clerk Tvpist, Group 1 1 ,200 00 

Skinner, W. A Senior Clerk " 1,700 00 

Smith, Jas Principal Clerk " 2,200 00 

Smith, John J u " " 2,300 00 

Sparling, L. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Talbot, F Clerk, Group 1 " 1,500 00 

Tremeer, F. A " " 2 12 months 975 00 

Less leave of absence 14 90 960 10 

Vincent, A. F Senior Clerk 12 months 2,000 00 

Wilson,H " " " 1,700 00 



Office of the Municipal Audits 



Woods, M. H Head Audit Clerk .... 

Allen, W. G Senior Audit Clerk . . . 

Brown, P. D " " " .... 

Dickson, N. B " " u ... 

Gill, J. A Audit Clerk 

Tory, P. H Senior Audit Clerk . . . 

Mace, M. C Clerk Typist, Group 1 



Pogue, J Senior Audit Clerk 

Teetzel, L. B " 



..... 12 months 
Less leave of absence 



12 months 


2,400 00 


a 


1,900 00 


a 


1,800 00 


u 


1,900 00 


a 


1,200 00 


u 


1,700 00 


i 900 00 




i 19 35 


880 65 


12 months 


1,700 00 


a 


1,700 00 



Property Department 

Richardson, N. H Senior Property Valuator 12 months 

Beard, F. W Assistant Property Valuator, Group 1 " 

Beldam, C. G " " « " 1 

Bond, R. W Clerk, Group 1 

Broadfoot, H Clerk Typist, Group 1 u 

Code, R. S Surveyor a 

Cryer, H. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 

Doe, D Clerk Typist, Group 1 12 months 900 00 

Less leave of absence 7 50 

Elliott, L. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 months 

Gourlay, J Senior Draughtsman " 

Jones, H. P Assistant Property Valuator, Group 1 " 

Leadbetter, B Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 



4,000 


00 


2,100 00 


1,800 


00 


1,200 


00 


900 00 


2,200 00 


975 


00 


892 


50 


1,050 


00 


2,300 


00 


2,200 


00 


900 


00 



F8 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Main Office, Salaries — Continued 

Property Department — Continued 

Lounsburv, W. N Assistant Property Valuator, Group 2 12 months 1,500 00 

McGiverin, F. A " " " " 1 " 2,100 00 

Mewburn, T. C " " " " 1 " 1 ,800 00 

Outram, A. A Surveyor, Group 2 " 1,800 00 

Reid, A Engineering Draughtsman " 2,850 00 

Rochemont, A. V Senior Clerk " 1,700 00 

Sheppard, M. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,125 00 

Slater, J. S Assistant Property Valuator, Group 1 " 2,300 00 

Wyse, G. F Draughtsman, Group 1 " 1,600 00 



Correspondence Office 

Simpson, G. R Clerk, Group 1 12 months 

Crozier, G. M Filing Clerk, Group 1 

Fawcett, M " " " 1 

Gardiner, V. M Clerk Typist, Group 1 

Lindsay, K Filing Clerk, Group 1 12 months 1,200 00 

Less leave of absence 68 98 

Lindsay, P. F Office Boy 5 months 

Rapson, N Filing Clerk, Group 1 12 " 

Trimble, D. W Clerk Typist, Group 1 " 

Waters, J. C. T " " " 1 12 months 900 00 

Less leave of absence 6 25 



1,300 00 
900 00 
975 00 
900 00 

1,131 02 
281 25 

1,200 00 
900 00 

893 75 



Stationery and Printing Office 

Mason, J. B Senior Clerk 12 months 1,700 00 

Edwards, B Office Appliance Operator, Group 2 " 1,050 00 

Harrison, H Clerk, Group 1 " 1,300 00 

Jarvis, W. H " " 2 " 975 00 

Luck, A. E Office Appliance Operator, Group 1 u 1,400 00 

Rooker, L Clerk, Group 2 " 1,125 00 



Harris, M. I, 



Temporary 

Office of the Minister 

Filing Clerk, Group 2 12 months 750 00 

Less leave of absence 10 08 



739 92 



Van Raalte, P. S. 



Office of the Draughting Room 
Draughtsman, Group 2 



12 months 1,500 00 



Office of the Chief Accountant 

Hood, M. C. Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 months 825 00 

Scicluna, H Office Boy 7 1/5" 315 00 



Scott, W. B. 



Office of the Municipal Audits 
Audit Clerk 



3 months 



375 00 



Property Department 

Clements, L. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 3 months 262 50 

Colhoun, F. B Clerk Typist, Group 2 5 " 312 50 

Easterbrook, J. F Student-at-Law 12 " 1,043 28 

King, A. E Land Valuator and Claims Ad- 
juster 12 months 2,100 00 

Less leave of absence 540 32 1,559 68 

MacMahon, A. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 months 825 00 

McAninch, H. M " " " 2 " 825 00 

Robson, J. E Assistant Property Valuator, Group 1 3 " 549 99 

Sayce, G. L " " " " 1 12 " 2,100 00 

Sharpe, E. L Clerk Typist, Group 2 " 750 00 

Smith, J. J Assistant Property Valuator, Group 1 " 2,100 00 

Taylor, G. R " * " a 1 3 " 525 00 

Willmot, S. I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 825 00 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 



F9 



Main Office — Continued 
Temporary Salaries — Continued 
Correspondence Office 
Conron, R. W Office Boy 



Ivory, R. A. 

Paton, W " " 

Pears, L. E u " 

Young, G Filing Clerk, Group 1 



Corrigale, J. J. 



Stationery and Printing Office 
Clerk, Group 2 



12 months 

7 u 
4 4/5 " 
12 " 



525 00 
306 25 
210 00 
525 00 
900 00 



12 months 1,200 00 



Grants ($1,800.00) 



Ontario Good Roads Association . . 
Canadian Good Roads Association 



Main Office $341,230 07 



300 00 
1,500 00 



MUNICIPAL ROADS BRANCH 
Salaries ($61,250.00) 

Permanent 

Marshall, J. A. P Chief Municipal Engineer 12 

Boucher, L. A Municipal Road Engineer 

Caldwell, T.S " « " 

Caughey, J. E " " " 

Cook, W. S " " " 

Eaton, H. T " " " 

Fellowes, A. N " " " 

Gamey, A Senior Clerk 

Gibson, W. G Municipal Road Engineer 

Hainsworth, N. W Senior Clerk 

Hawes, J. H Municipal Road Engineer 

Higgins, P. M " " " 

Hopper, W. T Assistant Municipal Road Engineer. . . 

Howard, J. P " " " "... 

Lee, T. W " " " " ... 

Maclnnes, J. M Municipal Road Engineer 

Magladery, T Clerk, Group 1 

Millar, J. D Municipal Road Engineer 

Perry, J. W Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Phillips, K " " " 2 

Poynton, C. A Municipal Road Engineer 

Smail, H. A " " " 

Spence, D. S Draughtsman, Group 2 

Swartman, T. C Municipal Road Engineer 

Whitton, J. B Assistant Municipal Road Engineer. . . 



Binkley, E. 



Temporary 
Clerk Typist, Group 2 . 



12 months 


3,600 00 


a 


2,700 00 


a 


2,400 00 


a 


2,700 00 


u 


2,700 00 


a 


3,000 00 


a 


3,000 00 


a 


1,800 00 


a 


2,850 00 


« 


2,000 00 


it 


3,000 00 


a 


3,000 00 


a 


2,000 00 


a 


2,100 00 


a 


2,100 00 


it 


3,150 00 


a 


1,200 00 


a 


2,850 00 


u 


1,050 00 


a 


900 00 


a 


2,700 00 


u 


3,000 00 


" 


1,600 00 


a 


2,700 00 


a 


2,400 00 


12 months 


750 00 



GASOLINE TAX BRANCH 
Salaries ($39,174.97) 

Permanent 

Cuthbertson, S. O Chief Inspector of Gasoline Tax 12 months 3,600 00 

Adams, W Senior Filing Clerk " 1,600 00 

Aitchison, T. P Senior Clerk " 1,900 00 

Anderson, W. A Principal Clerk " 2,000 00 

Armstrong, W. C Inspector " 2,400 00 

Banning, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,125 00 

Fitch, D. M Clerk Typist, Group 2 " 825 00 

Gordon, T. D Clerk, Group 1 " 1,500 00 

Ives, J. B " " 1 " 1,200 00 



F 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Gasoline Tax Branch — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Jaques, V. H Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 months 975 00 

Kennedy, A. R Senior Clerk a 1,900 00 

Macdonald, R " " ■ 1,900 00 

Nicol, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Noble, J. J Clerk, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

O'Hara, E. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 7 a 525 00 

Palmer, M " " u 2 12 " 900 00 

Power, M. A Clerk, Group 1 « 1,500 00 

Robinson, J. H Principal Audit Clerk " 2,000 00 

Saunders, C. A " " " " 2,000 00 

Scicluna, H Clerk, Group 3 4 4/5" 300 00 

Talbot, D " " 1 12 " 1,200 00 

Tibbs, J. L " " 3 « 750 00 

Vallance, A " " 1 9 " 974 97 

Walker, M. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 975 00 

Wicks, L " " « 1 " 1,200 00 

Wilhelm, E. D « " "2 " 900 00 

Wilson, M Senior Clerk Stenographer u 1,200 00 

Temporary 

Jerome, P. H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 months 825 00 

Scoble, E. J " " « 2 " 900 00 

PERMITS, GASOLINE PUMPS, SIGNS AND GARAGES BRANCH 

Salaries ($13,500.00) 

Permanent 



Fairs, C. G Inspector 

Allen, G. W Clerk, Group 1 

Crumpton, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Delves, E Inspector 

Dickson, B. M Assistant Inspector 

Dollery, J Chauffeur 

Fice, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Sargent, H. B Assistant Inspector 

Saul, G Clerk Typist, Group 1 



Temporary 
Bonneville, P Assistant Inspector . . . . 



12 months 


1,700 00 


It 


1,300 00 


u 


1,200 00 


It 


1,400 00 


u 


1,500 00 


It 


1,600 00 


u 


1,050 00 


« 


1,500 00 


« 


1,050 00 


12 months 


1,200 00 



EQUIPMENT BRANCH 

Salaries ($85,287.50) 

Permanent 

Johnston, T Garage and Equipment Superintendent. 

Adams, F. W Auto Mechanic, Group 1 

Allen, E Auto Painter 

Andrews, C Auto Mechanic, Group 1 

Atkins, W. H " " u 1 

Ball, C.J " " " 1 

Bell, R. A Clerk, Group 1 

Brown, H. F Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Campbell, J Auto Mechanic, Group 1 

Carr, A. C " " " 1 

Chiddenton, S. J " " " 1 

Coomber, W Principal Clerk 

Cooper, W Store Assistant 

Costello, J Auto Mechanic, Group 1 

Cowden, A ■ " " 1 

Cross, M. F Senior Clerk 

Dale, A. H Auto Mechanic, Group 1 

Dent, M " " " 1 



12 months 


2,850 00 


u 


1,800 00 


u 


1,700 00 


u 


1,600 00 


a 


1,500 00 


u 


1,500 00 




1,500 00 




1,100 00 


a 


1,800 00 




1,600 00 


u 


1,800 00 


u 


2,000 00 


u 


1,400 00 


u 


1,800 00 


u 


1,800 00 


u 


1,900 00 


u 


1,800 00 


a 


1,800 00 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 



Fll 



Equipment Branch — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Duffin, A. R Auto Mechanic, Group 1 12 months 

Fraser, J Head Auto Mechanic . . . 

Gibson, G Division Head Mechanic 

Gordon, A Garage Attendant 

Gratton, A. W Auto Mechanic, Group 1 

Greenwell, F Garage Attendant 

Griffin, S. H Auto Mechanic, Group 1 

Hayden, J « " « 1 

Johnston, W Head Auto Mechanic . . . 

Law, F Chauffeur 

Linquist, F. A Auto Mechanic, Group 1 

Long, A. E u u "1 

Long, J. G " * " 1 

Maciver, D. W " " " 1 

McGrath, W Night Garage Attendant 

Moores F Auto Mechanic, Group 1 

Morris, J. H Storekeeper 

Noseworthy, F. G Auto Mechanic, Group 1 

Overton, W. A " * " 1 

Page, R.N Clerk, Group 1 

Pain, W. H Auto Mechanic, Group 1 

Pope, O Chauffeur 

Robinson, W. S Auto Mechanic, Group 1 

Shaw, H. G " " " 1 

Simmonds, F " " " 1 

Smith, W. B " " " 1 

Spence, W Senior Clerk 

Treadaway, G Chauffeur 

Wallace, J. A Auto Mechanic, Group 2 



Westlake, L. 

Winton, J. M Store Assistant 

Woodrow, F. J Clerk, Group 1 

Wright, W. W " " 2 

Young, P. C " " 1 



2 



Temporary 
Consitt, H Auto Mechanic, Group 2 



12 months 


1,800 00 


« 


2,000 00 


a 


1,600 00 


a 


1,050 00 


u 


1,800 00 


u 


1,400 00 


u 


1,500 00 


a 


1,600 00 


a 


2,000 00 


a 


1,600 00 


u 


1,600 00 


u 


1,800 00 


. u 


1,800 00 


a 


1,600 00 


u 


1,400 00 


u 


1,600 00 


u 


1,600 00 


a 


1,600 00 


u 


1,600 00 


a 


1,200 00 


u 


1,700 00 


u 


1,600 00 


u 


1,700 00 


a 


1,600 00 


it 


1,500 00 


a 


1,700 00 


a 


2,000 00 


u 


1,600 00 


u 


1,500 00 


a 


1,500 00 


u 


1,200 00 


u 


1,200 00 


2H " 


227 50 


12 " 


1,300 00 


12 months 


1,560 00 



MOTOR VEHICLES BRANCH 
Salaries ($141,489.85) 

Permanent 

Bickell, J. P Registrar of Motor Vehicles. . . . 

Townley, A. A Chief Clerk 

Kelly, H Head Clerk, Group 1 , 

Evans, G. C Principal Clerk 

Hovey, A. G Senior Clerk 

Howard, M " " 

Jackson, J " " 

MacNab, A. G " " 

Nicholls, H " " 

Rowan, A. H " " 

Smith, E. A " " 

Tatton, J. S " " 

Ware, C. C " « 



Cockin, E. M Inspector 

Collins, A " 

Cumber, T. S u 

Duncan, G. R " 

Gamble, A. J 

McKelvie, C 

Smith, J. J 



12 months 


4,400 00 


a 


2,900 00 


a 


2,850 00 


a 


2,000 00 


ft 


1,800 00 


a 


1,600 00 


a 


1,800 00 


a 


1,700 00 


u 


1,600 00 


a 


1,500 00 


u 


1,600 00 


" 


2,000 00 


a 


1,700 00 


u 


1,400 00 


u 


1,400 00 


a 


1,400 00 


u 


1,500 00 


a 


1,800 00 


a 


1,800 00 


a 


1,400 00 



F12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No, 1 



Motor Vehicles Branch — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Arnold, W. J Chauffeur Examiner 12 months 

Best, D " " 

Hodgson, G. A " " 

Laxton, W. E " " 

Nelson, W.J " " 

Pedlar, P. S " " 

Stockdale, W " " 

Bawtinheimer, G. A Clerk, Group 1 3 2/5 " 



Boughner, W. 
Bradley, P. S... 
Brown, H. C. . . 

Butt, E. L 

Carter, H 

Creed, C. C... 
Earl, W. M. . .. 
Gardiner, J. L.. 

Godfrey, F 

Higgins, C. J.. 

Hughes, E 

Keddy, W 

Kerns, D 

MacLean, J. F. 

Miller, C 

Mitchell, R. E.. 



12 



Taylor, R. J.. 
Verner, W. S. 
Warren, G. C. 
Wingfield, L.. 
Wright, R. J. 



375 00 
106 45 



3 5 months 

Less leave of absence 

1 12 months 

1 

2 

1 

1 



Fraser, O Secretarial Stenographer 

Gillies, M. I Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 . . .12 months 1,050 00 

Less leave of absence 64 92 

Huffman, G " " Group 2 2 months 

Paton, J. F " " " 2 12 " 

Sharland, R. B " " u 1 

Smith, I. G " " " 1 

Veale, P. A " " " 2 1 " 



1,800 00 

1,700 00 

2,200 00 

1,800 00 

2,000 00 

2,200 00 

2,000 00 

341 94 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 

900 00 

975 00 
1,400 00 

975 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 

975 00 
1,500 00 

900 00 
1,400 00 
1,050 00 

324 99 
1,600 00 

268 55 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,125 00 

1,200 00 

1 ,300 00 

1,400 00 



985 08 

160 00 

900 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

68 75 



Arnott, H. I Clerk Typist, Group 1 12 

Attridge, G " 

Banks, F " 

Bowie, K " 

Bradlev, C. A " 

Bruce, F " 

Carty, V " 

Clarke, A. D " 



Edworthy, I. K. 
Evans, G. H. . . 
Evans, M. B. .. 

Folger, M 

Geddes, N 

Graham, K. . . . 

Hodge, U 

Holmes, D. E. . 

Judd, J 

Kelly, H. E. . . . 
Kerfoot, C. H. . 
Little, A. K. M. 

Lott, L. V 

Loughrin, K 



Madden, I. E. 
Madill, L. G. . 
Marsh, M. E. 



2 

1 

2 

2 

1 6 " 

2 12 " 

2 12 months 900 00 

Less leave of absence 21 77 

2 12 months 

1 10 " 

1 12 " 

1 

1 

2 3 " 

2 6 " 

1 12 " 

1 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 



12 



ith< 



1,125 00 
Less leave of absence 127 02 

1 12 months 

1 

2 



900 00 
900 00 
900 00 
900 00 
900 00 
450 00 
900 00 

878 23 

900 00 

812 50 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

181 45 

450 00 

1,125 00 

1,050 00 

1,200 00 

1,125 00 

900 00 

1,125 00 

997 98 

1,050 00 

975 00 

900 00 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 



F 13 



Motor Vehicles Branch — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 



Mclntyre, A Clerk Typist, Group 2 



McNabb, L. 
Munro, M. I. . . 
Netterfield, M. 
O'Connor, F. J. 
Pepper, M. A. . 

Quinn, M 

Riches, R 

Seeker, E. E. . . 
Tilston, B 



12 months 



1/5 
12 



Jones, E Senior Filing Clerk 

Aitken, M 



Biette, F. J. . . 

Edmond, M 

Eldridge, E. M. 
Flavelle, M. E. 
Foy, C 



Gordon, J. I. 
Griffiths, N. 
Hanna, R.. . 



Filing Clerk, Group 1 12 months 900 00 

Less leave of absence 29 43 

" 1 12 months 

a a a i a 

a u u i « 

U U U 1 u 

" 2. '.'.'.'. '.'.'. .'.12 months 900 00 

Less leave of absence 224 78 

" 2 12 months 

u a a 1 « 

" 1 ." .' .' .' .' .' .' .' .'.12 months 900 00 
Less leave of absence 15 00 



Manning, G. E. . . 
McGarrie, J. M.. . 

McKnight, E 

Miller, J 

Morrison, L. M.. . 
Mortimer, E. L.. . 
Rumley, A. E. J.. 
Rutherford, W. E. 
Thompson, F 



12 months 



Saunders, A. H Stock Clerk, Group 1 " 

Temporary 

Bassingthwaite, O. M Filing Clerk, Group 2 12 month; 

Bawtinheimer, G. A Clerk, Group 1 3 

Brown, R.J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Cohoon, J. G Clerk, Group 1 11 

Graham, K Clerk Typist, Group 2 3 

LaFrance, V. P " " " 1 12 

Lumsden, W. E Clerk, Group 1 11 

Rogerson, J. H Inspector 12 

Toole, M Office Boy 

Walker, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3^2 

STATUTORY 

Summary of Expenditure 

Minister's Salary 

Residency Salaries 

Travelling Expenses: 

Main Office 61,230 84 

Less: Refunds 34 08 

— 61,196 76 

Municipal Roads Branch 33,131 54 

Gasoline Tax Branch 4,488 22 

Less: Refunds 134 95 



900 00 
1,200 00 

900 00 
1,125 00 
1,125 00 

900 00 

16 94 

1,050 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

1,300 00 



870 57 

900 00 

1,050 00 

1,125 00 

1,050 00 

675 22 

900 00 

1,200 00 

885 00 
1,050 00 
900 00 
900 00 
900 00 
1,050 00 
975 00 
975 00 
900 00 
900 00 

1,200 00 



750 00 

298 06 

206 25 

1,096 77 

187 50 

900 00 

1,096 77 

1,500 00 

600 00 

237 30 



8,000 00 
302,737 96 



Permits, Gasoline Pumps, Signs and Garages Branch. 
Less: Refunds 



9,766 55 
15 84 



Motor Vehicles Branch 19,625 69 

Less: Refunds 2 81 



4,353 27 

9,750 71 

19,622 88 



128,055 16 



F 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statutory — Continued 
Summary of Expenditure — Continued 
Maintenance: 

Main Office 72,926 71 

Less: Refunds 5,761 50 

— 67,165 21 

Municipal Roads Branch 1 ,592 92 

Gasoline Tax Branch 1,275 01 

Permits, Gasoline Pumps, Signs and Garages Branch 1,447 37 

Motor Vehicles Branch 55,379 25 

126,859 76 
Unforeseen and Unprovided 4,220 19 

Traffic Census 1,145 38 

Motor Vehicles Branch: 

Safety Committee Advertising 29,206 14 

Less: Refunds 80 00 

29,126 14 

Automobile Markers and Supplies 79,112 46 

Fees, etc 2,915 48 

Less: Refunds 49 75 

2,865 73 



Highway Improvement Act: 

King's Highways, Connecting Links, Lands and Buildings: 

Gross Expenditure 32,690,212 24 

Less: Refunds 1,920,621 90 



30,769,590 34 



Division No. 



1, Chatham 

2, London 

3, Stratford 

4, Grimsby 

5, Owen Sound. . 

6, Toronto 

7, Port Hope 

8, Brockville 

9, Ottawa 

10, Bancroft 

11, Huntsville 

12, Parrv Sound. . 

13, North Bay. . . 

14, New Liskeard 

15, Matheson 

16, Cochrane 

17, Sudbury 

18, Blind River. . . 

19, Fort William. 

20, Kenora 

21, Fort Frances. 



C. K. S. Macdonell. . . . 1,301,751 44 

W. R. Alder 1,110,088 82 

.H. E. Macpherson 781,626 98 

.G. F. Hanning 2,172,206 42 

S. A. Cummiford 1,201,942 33 

.D.G.Ramsay 3,175,89138 

J. Sears 1,322,678 65 

. W. F. Noonan 2,600,439 17 

.W.L.Saunders 718,627 62 

. W. A. Clarke 1,207,330 05 

E. J. Hosking 746,156 44 

.R. E. Richardson 917,885 49 

.C. Tackaberry 1,572,918 63 

. V. H. Longstaffe 3,480,867 72 

.A. T. Hamer 903,258 88 

.A. Sunstrum 477,063 97 

.C. F. Szammers 1,037,281 26 

.A. L. McDougall 2,373,680 22 

.E.Smith 554,836 91 

E. A. Kelly 3,358,132 34 



Special Works. 

General 

Surveys 

Medical Fund. 



G. H. Lowry. 



Less: Refunds: 

Dominion Government Repayments . . 1,352,953 64 

Department of Railways and Canals . . 208,920 60 

Special Works 270,240 93 

Miscellaneous Sales, etc 61,799 34 

Medical Fund 14,201 35 

Work on Roads and Bridges 12,506 04 



712,414 98 
519,094 32 
225,513 28 
201,603 56 
16,921 38 

32,690,212 24 



1,920,621 90 
30,769,590 34 



243,329 66 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 



F 15 






Statutory — Continued 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 
Equipment Branch: 

Equipment Replacements, Repairs and Main- 
tenance 487,929 75 

Less: Sales and Rentals 30,345 53 



457,584 22 



31,227,174 56 
Municipal Roads Branch: 
Subsidies in Aid of: 

County Roads 2,342,971 65 

Township Roads and Indian Reserves 2,560,591 34 

Less: Refunds 3,263 94 

2,557,327 40 

Unemployment Relief Act: 

Secondary and Development Roads 5,026,781 56 

Less: Refunds 541,153 65 



4,485,627 91 



Division No. 



2, London 

6, Toronto 

7, Port Hope 

8, Brockville 

9, Ottawa 

10, Bancroft 

11, Huntsville 

12, Parry Sound. . . 

13, North Bay 

14, New Liskeard. . 

15, Matheson 

16, Cochrane 

17, Sudbury 

18, Blind River.... 

19, Fort William... 

20, Kenora 

21, Fort Frances. . . 



W. R. Alder 

D. G. Ramsay . . . 

J. Sears 

W. F. Noonan . . . 
W. L. Saunders . . 
W. A. Clarke. . .. 

E. J. Hosking. . . . 
R. E. Richardson 

Tackaberry . . . 
H. Longstaffe 



4,291 52 

946 18 

161,094 01 

5,831 79 

19,726 59 

20,153 62 

452,812 12 

137,558 98 

205,980 14 

234,176 74 



C 
.V 

A. T. Hamer 1,039,785 87 

A 
C 
A 



General 



Sunstrum. . . . 

F. Szammers. 

L. McDougall 

E. Smith 

E. A. Kelly 

G. H. Lowry . . . . 



Less Refunds: 

Dominion Government Repayments 
Other Sources 



524,078 79 
17,074 86 



172,487 96 
219,218 87 
215,525 82 
1,623,500 61 
370,954 28 
139,795 11 
2,941 35 

5,026,781 56 



541,153 65 



4,485,627 91 



Total Net Statutory Expenditure $41,295,224 30 



Details of Expenditure 

Minister's Salary ($8,000.00) 

Hon. T. B. McQuesten 12 months 

Residency (Division) Salaries ($302,737.96) 

Permanent 
Division No. 1 — Chatham: 

Macdonell, C. K. S Division Engineer 12 months 

Brisco, I Draughtsman, Group 1 u 

Foster, G. J Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 

Irwin, B. L Instrument Man, Group 1 u 

Mackrell, M. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 

Merritt, H. N Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 " 

Newham, L Clerk, Group 1 " 

Summers, G. J Painter " 

Division No. 2 — London: 

Alder, W. R Division Engineer 12 months 

Barrett, L. D Instrument Man, Group 2 " 



8,000 00 



Brownridge, F. C. 



2 



3,450 00 


1,800 00 


2,400 


00 


2,000 


00 


975 


00 


2,200 


00 


1,500 


00 


1,500 


00 


3,450 


00 


1,800 


00 


1,800 


00 



F 16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. I 



Residency (Division) Salaries — Continued 

Division No. 2 — London, Continued 

Coombs, J. A Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 1 12 months 2,500 00 

Coulthard, E. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Howell, G. U Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 " 2,200 00 

Hubbell, G. M Senior Clerk " 1,800 00 

Wing, W. B Draughtsman, Group 2 " 1 ,300 00 

Division No. 3 — Stratford: 

Macpherson, H. E Division Engineer 12 months 3,450 00 

Flintoff, A. F Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 " 2,400 00 

Gordon, D. R " " " " 3 " 1,800 00 

O'Brien, R. J Instrument Man, Group 1 " 1,800 00 

Pauli, V Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Rymal, C. W Instrument Man, Group 1 " 1 ,800 00 

Sandey, L Senior Clerk " 1,800 00 

Whiteley, F. B Instrument Man, Group 1 " 1,800 00 



Division No. 4 — Grimsby: 

Hanning, G. F Division Engineer 12 months 3,450 00 

Dickson, H. R Senior Clerk " 2,000 00 

James, F. H Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 2,300 00 

Jenkinson, A. H Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 3 " 281 25 

Langman, J. N Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 12 " 2,300 00 

Riddell, C. J Inspector on Maintenance " 1,500 00 

Tregaskes, H. A Instrument Man, Group 1 " 1,800 00 

Webster, C. W Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 " 2,300 00 

Westlake, W Instrument Man, Group 1 " 1 ,800 00 

Division No. 5 — Owen Sound: 

Cummiford, S. A Division Engineer 12 months 3,450 00 

Baldwin, A. L Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 " 2,400 00 

Brisco, G Instrument Man, Group 1 " 2,000 00 

Campbell, R. A Painter " 1,400 00 

Mclntyre N. W Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Rudd, A. E Instrument Man, Group 1 " 2,000 00 

Stauffer, N. A Senior Clerk " 1 ,800 00 



Division No. 6 — Toronto: 

Ramsay, D. G Division Engineer 12 months 3,150 00 

De Foe, J. C Secretarial Stenographer 1,600 00 

Dyer, D Foreman Painter " 1,700 00 

Foley, A. H Senior Clerk 2,000 00 

Fownes, F. J Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 2,300 00 

Hanna, R. C Clerk, Group 1 " 1 ,300 00 

McNeill, T. A Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 " 2,400 00 

Sloan, J.R Instrument Man, Group 1 " 2,000 00 

Webster, G. B " " " 1 " 2,000 00 

Zavitz, H. B Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 2,300 00 

Division No. 7 — Port Hope: 

Sears, J Division Engineer 12 months 3,450 00 

Anderson, W. A Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 1 2,500 00 

Bandwood, E Painter " 1,500 00 

Clarke, M. R Senior Clerk " 1,700 00 

Logan, W. A Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 2,200 00 

McGee, J. C Instrument Man, Group 1 " 2,000 00 

Reed, G. H Draughtsman, Group 1 " 1,800 00 

Rennick, B. A Instrument Man, Group 1 " 2,000 00 

Tregaskes, N. E " " " 1 " 2,000 00 

Turck, R. V Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Division No. 8 — Brockville: 

Noonan, W. F Division Engineer 12 months 3,450 00 

Boyd, L. B Painter " 1,500 00 

Cumming, J. W Clerk, Group 1 " 1,200 00 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS FJ7 

Residency (Division) Salaries — Continued 

Division No. 8 — Brockville — Continued 

Judson, W. P Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 12 months 2,200 00 

Lyon, CD " " " " 1 " 2,500 00 

Pearson, W. G Clerk, Group 1 " 1,600 00 

Reid, G. J Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 3 1,800 00 

Saunders, F. E " " " * 2 a 2,200 00 

Stoneman, J. A Instrument Man, Group 1 " 2,000 00 

Taplin, D. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,125 00 

Division No. 9 — Ottawa: 

Saunders, W. L Division Engineer 12 months 3,450 00 

Coghlan, H. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 900 00 

Keenan, P. A Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 1 " 2,500 00 

Perry, F. C Senior Clerk " 2,000 00 

Sutherland, M. S Instrument Man, Group 1 " 1,800 00 

Thomson, W. J Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 " 2,100 00 

Wild, L. C Painter " 1,500 00 

Division No. 10 — Bancroft: 

Szammers, C. F Division Engineer 12 months 3,000 00 

Follis, F. J Senior Clerk " 1,800 00 

Hennessy, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

McCarthy, T. V Instrument Man, Group 1 " 2,000 00 

Scott, W. B Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 " 2,400 00 

Division No. 11 — Huntsville: 

Hosking, E. J Division Engineer 12 months 3,450 00 

Burchnall, R. P Surveyor, Group 1 " 2,200 00 

Fox, W. C Senior Clerk " 2,000 00 

Fraser, W. L Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 " 2,400 00 

Paris, J " " " « 1 " 2,400 00 

Pells, C. P Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,125 00 

Schou, J. H Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 " 2,000 00 

Division No. 12 — Parry Sound: 

Richardson, R. E Division Engineer 12 months 3,450 00 

Geddes, E. W Senior Clerk u 2,000 00 

Greir, G Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Hicklin, W Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 " 2,200 00 

Rooney, T. D " " " " 1 " 2,400 00 

Division No. 13 — North Bay: 

Tackaberry, C Division Engineer 12 months 3,450 00 

Angus, G. P Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 1 2,500 00 

Fraser, C " " " u 2 " 2,400 00 

Jay, P Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Ludgate, J. V Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 " 2,400 00 

Richardson, C. J Senior Clerk " 1,700 00 

Division No. 14 — New Liskeard: 

Longstaffe, V. H Division Engineer 12 months 3,000 00 

Clarke, W. A " " " 2,491 67 

Knight, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Paterson, D. R Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 " 2,400 00 

Powles, G. A Instrument Man, Group 1 " 1,800 00 

Shave, R. V Senior Clerk " 2,000 00 

Whitley, P. L Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 2 " 2,400 00 

Division No. 15 — Matheson: 

Phipps, H. R Division Engineer 5 months 1,250 00 

" " Instrument Man, Group 1 7 " 1,050 00 2,300 00 

Beaudro, R. J Draughtsman, Group 1 12 months 1,700 00 

Cash, E. A Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 1 " 2,500 00 

Child, M Clerk, Group 1 " 1,500 00 

Van Home, I Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Whitney, A. W Instrument Man, Group 1 8%j " 1,442 94 



F 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Residency (Division) Salaries — Continued 

Division No. 16 — Cochrane: 

Cole, W. S Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 1 12 months 2,500 00 

Field, J. G Instrument Man, Group 1 " 2,000 00 

Grace, M. J Senior Clerk " 1,800 00 

Nagle, M. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Division No. 17 — Sudbury: 

Mills, A. M Division Engineer 5 months 1,375 00 

" Instrument Man, Group 1 7 " 1,050 00 2,425 00 

Cooper, G. H Senior Clerk 10 months 1,666 60 

McDougall, A. R Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 1 12 " 2,500 00 

Roach, C. W Instrument Man, Group 1 2,000 00 

Salo, L. E Senior Clerk Stenographer 1,300 00 

Division No. 18 — Blind River: 

McDougall, A. L Division Engineer 12 months 3,300 00 

Burley, G. R Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 975 00 

Duff, H. D Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 1 " 2,500 00 

Fillion, W. J Senior Clerk " 1,816 67 

Marshall, W. S Division Clerk 5 " 708 33 

Division No. 19 — Fort William: 

Smith, E Division Engineer 12 months 3,300 00 

Armstrong, T. C Instrument Man, Group 1 a 1,800 00 

Mooney, A Senior Clerk " 2,000 00 

Robertson, H Assistant Highwav Engineer, Group 1 2,500 00 

Sisson, H. P " " " " 1 " 2,400 00 

Stewardson, R. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 1,050 00 

Division No. 20 — Kenora: 

Kelly, E. A Division Engineer 1? months 3,300 00 

Bruce, F Senior Clerk 1,800 00 

Christopherson, W. W. . . .Assistant Highways Engineer, Group 1.. . . 2,500 00 

Dixon, N Instrument Man, Group 1 7 5/6 " 1,305 50 

Gislason, S. I Draughtsman, Group 2 12 " 1,600 00 

Nixon, H. C Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 1 2,500 00 

O'Gorman, C. F " " " "2 " 2,200 00 

Rabb, A. H " u ■ " 1 " 2,500 00 

Division No. 21 — Fort Frances: 

Lowry, G. H Division Engineer 12 months 3,150 00 

Blakely, F. B Senior Clerk 1,800 00 

Flanagan, J.J Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 1,200 00 

Marston, E. F Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 1 2,500 00 

More, H.J Instrument Man, Group 1 u 2,000 00 

Murphy, D " " " 1 " 2,000 00 

Williams, L. F Assistant Highway Engineer, Group 1 2,500 00 

Travelling Expenses ($128,055.16) 

Allen, Geo. W., 1,020.36; W. G. Allen, 1,164.34; H. J. Armstrong, 327.24. 
Balfour, H. M., 1,194.35; D. Barclay, 82.88; F. Beard, 2,183.52; R. J. Beaudro, 

25.20; C. Beldam, 1,703.76; D. Best, 1.75; J. P. Bickell, 145.00; R. B. Blair, 

1,129.05; R. W. Bond, 68.80; P. Bonneville, 1,287.30; L. A. Boucher, 2,295.32; 

W. Braggins, 1,140.41; H. R. Brown, 2.30; P. D. Brown, 1,104.51; C. Buchanan, 

894.12; C. E. Bush, 210.56. 
Caldwell, T. S., 1,657.32; H. J. Carter, 5.50; J. E. Caughey, 1,551.55; J. A. Clermont, 

80.15; E. M. Cockin, 2,254.86; R. S. Code, 795.21; A. Collins, 2,873.29; W. S. 

Cook, 1,632.26; G. H. Cooper, 46.54; T. H. Crompton, 86.85; W. B. Crossing, 

3.45; T. S. Cumber, 2,809.49; S. O. Cuthbertson, 208.67. 
Delves, E., 1,433.28; B. M. Dickson, 668.11; N. B. Dickson, 1,560.38; J. Dollery, 

1,545.87; G. R. Duncan, 1,897.53. 
Earl, W. M., 3.45; J. F. Easterbrook, 178.78; H. T. Eaton, 1,432.18. 
Fairs, C. G., 2,368.54; A. N. Fellowes, 1,961.60; T. F. Francis, 2,109.14. 






1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS FJ9 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

Gibson, J. M., 186.36; W. G. Gibson, 1,085.85; J. A. Gill, 905.12; T. D. Gordon, 

740.54; D. A. Gorrie, 105.00; J. Gourlay, 2,271.43; W. R. Griffiths, 211.16. 
Hall, W., 48.65; M. S. Hamilton, 70.55; Wm. Hardy, 477.15; J. H. Hawes, 1,282.12; 

A. Hay, 9.90; H. Hewitt, 10.85; C. J. Higgins, 46.00; P. M. Higgins, 1,538.58; 

R. M. Hilditch, 625.71; G. A. Hodgson, 4.32; D. R. Hood, 49.15; C. Hoover, 

18.05; W. T. Hopper, 1,313.16; J. P. Howard, 1,336.02; W. H. Hutcheson, 1,654.33. 
Ives, J. B., 66.35 

Jones, H. P., 1,561.90; P. H. Jory, 1,204.44. 
King, A. E., 784.73; W. Kitson, 1,946.39. 
Lamont, H. N., 211.33; E. LaRock, 7.40; F. Law, 2.70; W. E. Laxton, 2,269.38; 

T. Lee, 1,095.80; C. Lidbeck, 10.50; Geo. Lightwood, 6.24; L. Loch, 19.30; 

W. M. Lounsbury, 5,016.06; J. V. Ludgate, 2,092.70; W. E. Lumsden, 1,373.01. 
Magladery, T., 38.30; W. A. Maisonville, 241.47; F. J. Martin, 7.50; J. A. P. Marshall, 

1,452.60; T. C. Mewburn, 3,046.84; J. D. Millar, 1,664.55; V. S. Murray, 685.90; 

F. A. McGiverin, 1,693.40; J. M. Maclnnes, 838.23; W. A. MacLachlan, 56.66. 
Nelson, C. N., 2,782.08. 
Outram, A. A., 1,752.29. 

Parker, C. C., 147.94; J. Pogue, 945.45; C. A. Poynton, 1,686.85. 
Rapple, S. S., 4.05; A. Reid, 137.91; N. H. Richardson, 1,824.43; C. A. Robbins, 

1,522.78; J. H. Robinson, 884.39; E. Robson, 2,198.55; J. H. Rogerson, 2,664.61; 
C. P. Roney, 258.60; A. H. Rowan, 102.07. 
Sargent, H., 1,429.24; C. A. Saunders, 1,456.07; G. L. Sayce, 1,241.79; W. B. Scott, 

573.85; A. Sedgewick, 604.96; W. A. Skinner, 6.35; J. S. Slater, 1,796.97; H. 

A. Smail, 1,595.78; A. A. Smith, 1,398.71; G. E. F. Smith, 207.59; Jas Smith, 

21.50; John Smith, 35.35; J. J. Smith (Winona), 1,083.07; J. J. Smith (Toronto), 

2,607.48; R. M. Smith, 1,518.03; W. Stockdale, 226.55; T. C. Swartman, 2,242.76. 
Taylor, G. R., 827.12; L. B. Teitzel, 1,483.48; V. S. Thompson, 17.05; Toronto 

Transportation Commission, 70.00; A. M. Toye, 99.30; A. A. Townley, 323.25. 
Vallance, A., 3.15. 
Weller, W. H., 60.55; J. B. Whitton, 1,469.48; H. Wilson, 187.30; M. H. Wood, 

965.01. 
Zoller, J. L., 775.12. 
Sundry offices, Miscellaneous disbursements, 475.53. 



Total $128,242 84 

Less Refunds 187 68 



Maintenance $126,859.76 

Unforeseen and Unprovided 4,220.19 

Traffic Census 1,145.38 

Safety Committee Advertising 29,126.14 

Automobile Markers and Supplies 79,112.46 

Fees, etc 2,865.73 

Total $243,329.66 

Acousticon Dictograph Company of Canada, Ltd., 123.25; Elsie Addison, 497.25; 
Anglo Traders Limited, 600.00; Art Metropole, 4,353.80; Audio Pictures, Ltd., 
9,000.00. 

Bomac Electrotype Co., Ltd., 421.65; D. M. Brayley, 100.00; Burroughs Adding 

Machine of Canada, Ltd., 157.74. 
Canadian Automotive Information Service, 240.50; Canadian Colortype, Ltd., 

415.60; Canadian Geographical Society, 5,000.00; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, 

Ltd., 152.08; Canadian Photo Copy Co., 151.46; Central News Bureau, 203.53; 

Cockfield, Brown & Co., Ltd., 12,668.72; Copp Clark Co., Ltd., 1,580.69; W. 

R. Corey, 100.35; H. S. Crabtree, Ltd., 1,726.20; Cutting, Ltd., 176.63. 
Dalton, R. G., 1,979.10; Dominion Press Clipping & Public Relations Bureau, 

420.00. 

Eaton, T. Co., Ltd., 586.77; F. G. Evans, 224.10. 

Floyd, R. &Son, 107.12. 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., 2,150.60; Gray Coach Lines, Ltd., 330.00. 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 405.00. 

Instruments, Ltd., 5,436.13; International Business Machines Co., Ltd., 717.00. 

Kingston Centenary & Old Boys' Reunion, 105.00; King's Printer, 79,641.44; 

D. V. Klein & Co., 895.00. 
Labor News, 100.00; Lawson & Jones, Ltd., 225.00; H. A. Lumsden, 200.00. 
McElderry, V. J., 166.61. 



128,055 16 



F2Q PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Maintenance, etc. — Continued 

Maple Leaf Gardens, Ltd., 196.00; Mason, Foulds, Davidson, Carter & Kellock, 

535.00; Might Directories, Ltd., 215.28; Multigraph Sales Agency, 1,170.50. 
Newton, N. F., 198.90. 
Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 629.55; Ontario Motorist's Handbook, 

150.00; Ontario Provincial Air Service, 127.50; Ontario Provincial Police, 1,088.85; 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 67,417.23. 
Patton, M. J., 3,130.00; Thos. Pocklington Co., 2,349.95; Dept. of Public Works, 

Ontario, 3,390.76. 
Rapid Grip & Batten, Ltd., 676.81 ; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., 4,406.06; P. M. Richards, 

100.00; R. Roy, 180.30; Royal York Hotel, 355.90. 
St. Thomas Metal Signs, Ltd., 208.27; F. H. Severn, 741.06; Robt. Simpson Co., 

Ltd., 152.27; John B. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 114.00; R. C. Smith & Son, Ltd., 

10,514.05; Stainton & Evis, Ltd., 971.10. 
Toronto Baseball Club, Ltd., 400.00; Toronto Metal Spinning Co., 145.83. 
Underwood-Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., 796.98; University of Toronto, 124.35. 
Express, 4,567.03; Freight, 1,110.82; Telephone and Telegraph, 1,347.63; Cartage, 

1,670.99; Traffic census pay lists, 1,145.38; Staff overtime meals, 2,815.87; Postage, 

305.05; Accounts under $100, 4,413.32. 



Total 249,220 91 

Less Refunds 5,891 25 



243,329 66 



King's Highways, Connecting Links, Lands and Buildings 
and Equipment Branch ($31,227,174.56) 

Pay Lists, wages of men, etc.: 

Division No. 1, Chatham 145,288 32 

" 2, London 136,601 00 

" 3, Stratford 136,244 42 

" 4, Grimsby 267,678 23 

" 5, Owen Sound 209,777 12 

" 6, Toronto 323,728 10 

" 7, Port Hope 202,936 01 

" 8, Brockville 215,990 46 

" 9, Ottawa 143,413 64 

" 10, Bancroft 126,579 91 

"11, Huntsville 93,566 09 

" 12, Parry Sound 95,313 98 

" 13, North Bay 188,735 84 

" 14, New Liskeard 182,029 99 

" 15, Matheson 101,987 75 

" 16, Cochrane 64,937 15 

" 17, Sudbury 73,158 89 

" 18, Blind River 243,073 04 

" 19, Fort William 104,815 90 

" 20, Kenora 134,796 35 

" 21, Fort Frances 57,034 06 

Road Surveys 108,736 86 

General 72,579 92 

Equipment Branch 12,005 95 

3,441,008 98 

Property for Right-of-Way and Damages 1,464,303 06 

Wire Fence Bonus 14,891 35 



$1,479,194 41 



Adams, Gus, 425.30; Adolphustown Twp. School Section No. 1, 700.00; A. A. Agar, 
200.00; Commissioner of Agricultural Loans, 189.85; Isaac Aho, 125.00; A. 
Aikens, 425.38; C. Albert, 197.02; G. Albert, 309.50; C. N. Aldridge, 200.00; 
T. D. Allan, 159.58; G. A. Allen, 150.00; M. G. Allen and M. J. McKee, 600.00; 
N. E. Allen, 210.00; Mrs. R. Allen, 8,650.00; M. A. Allin, 243.65; R. H. Allin, 
204.75; T. E. Allin, 225.00; F. H. Allison, 470.50; G. A. Alton, 150.00; C. Ander- 
son, 1,500.00; Estate of E. Anderson, 100.00; Jas. and Jno. Anderson, 494.40; 
Geo. H. Andress, 359.10; A. and M. Angel, 200.00; Anglican School Board, 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 



F21 



King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, etc. — Continued: 

605.00; H. C. Anglin, 100.00; Anglo-Canadian Associates, Ltd., 115.86; T. Annan, 
2,021.85; C. Annis, 12,200.00; E. C. and R. Aplin, 5,500.00; M. Archer, 100.00; 
H. C. Archibald, 162.75; C. and E. Armstrong, 1,350.00; S. J. Armstrong, 448.86; 
W. G. Armstrong, 2,000.00; H. Arnold, 8,519.70; A. Arthur, 130.00; Estate of 
E. Arthur, 250.00; Estate of T. A. Arthur, 140.95; N. L. Atkins, 1,746.70; B. 
Atkinson, 334.65; J. M. Atkinson, 290.00; Jas. M. Atkinson, 279.00; Estate 
of Jas. P. C. Atwood, 170.80; Wm. D. and E. Augustine, 442.60; H. B. Austin, 
1,013.15; C. Aylward, 297.92. 

Backus, B., 282.11; C. A. Ball, 202.00; G. Ball, 150.00; Jos. H: Ball, 635.60; G. V. 
and F. H. Balls, 125.90; J. Bamford, 2,000.00; Baptist Convention Home Mission 
Board of Ontario and Quebec, 385.00; J. Baranek, 3,240.00; R. Barbour and A. 
Simpson, 7,205.24; A. Bard, 158.00; R. G. Barker, 800.00; Barnes Wines, Ltd., 
4,906.10; A. B. Barrett, 900.00; F. X. Barrette, 175.00; Z. Barrette, 200.00; 

E. W. and J. H. Barrow, 1,300.00; C. Bartlett, 580.00; W. Bartz, 295.00; D. 
Bass, 280.72; R. N. Bassett, 3,251.24; R. R. Batty, 250.00; D. J. and H. W. 
Baxter, 449.60; M. Beale, 1,200.00; A. E. Beamer, 880.00; L. F. Beattie, 904.67; 
Estate of Mrs. A. J. Beatty, 250.00; Mrs. J. Beatty, 252.10; E. and M. A. Beau- 
doin, 100.00; A. Beaulieu, 1,300.00; D. and A. Beaulieu, 112.00; E. Beaulieu, 
1,300.00; O. Beaulieu, 400.00; R. B. Beauprie, 250.00; P. Bechard, 155.40; W. 
G. Beech, 175.00; A. E. Beemer, 120.00; P. Belanger, 186.00; W. J. Belford, 
425.00; A. J. Bell, 161.91; G. and C. M. Bell, 225.00; J. S. Bell, 166.95; Estate 
of H. Bendall, 357.25; A. Benn, 291.50; Mrs. E. A. Bennett, 174.59; C. L. Berard 
100.00; F. E. Berberick, 24,425.34; E. Bergeron, 206.63; M. D. and A. M. Berden 
334.80; Wm. Bibby, 155.50; A. A. Bice, 1,605.80; D. M. Bicknell, 164.58; S 
and L. Bidnall, 100.00; A. Billings, 239.20; H. W. Bingham, 117.25; W. T. Birch 
250.00; Estate of Wm. E. Bish, 267.75; G. Bishop, 139.88; J. Bishop, 271.83 

F. E. and B. M. Blackhall, 7,925.00; Mrs. E. Blackmore, 500.00; Mrs. M. J 
Blanchard, 147.68; C. N. Blanshard, 321.80; S. A. Blunden, 1,600.00; J. Boar 
1,900.00; A. Bogaert, 700.00; R. Bogie, 460.90; M. J. Bolger, 1,575.69; S. Bonham 
9.018.48; J. W. and M. Booth, 4,700.00; E. Bosley, 130.13; S. G. Both, 359.67 
M. O. Boulter and J. McCombe, 5,000.00; Elizabeth, Ernest C. and Clarence L 
Bower, 320.70; Estate of L. Bower, 356.55; W. and C. A. Bowers, 2,200.00 
F. Bowman, 185.20; W. R. Bovce, 2,560.50; E. C. Bovd, 20,043.55; R. L. Boyd 
207.25; Estate of W. T. C. Boyd, 697.37; E. Boyle, 176.10; H. W. Boyle, 135.10; M 
and A. Boyske, 325.00; D. Bradshaw, 130.00; J. Brazeau and M. A. Irvine, 426.13 
F. G. Breakwell, 775.00; Geo. W. and Ida N. Brecken. 334.90; F. R. Breckon 
105.00; G. Breckon, 1,219.91; J. T. Brett, 258.50; E. A. Brewer, 305.00; J. P 
Bridgman, 4,560.00; H. G. Brigham, 995.00; Thos. G. Bright & Co., Ltd., 3,000.00 
F. T. Brignal, 1,160.30; J. E. Brillinger, 125.00; Mrs. E. Brisbane, 7,100.00 
T. W. Briscoe, 181.45; R. N. Brocklebank, 431.90; Brompton Farm, Ltd., 3,500.00 
F. J. Brooks, 125.00; A. A. Brown, 193.15; H. C. and Lois E. Brown, 207.00 
Jas. H. Brown, 1,150.00; John Brown, 140.15; John E. Brown, 154.20; L. M 
Brown, 125.00; M. J. Brown, 14,971.71; W. J. Brown, 236.55; F. L. Brownlee 
215.67; Bruce County Registry Office, 370.66; Town of Bruce Mines, 497.30 
H. Brumwell, 4,838.00; H. B. Brunt, 275.00; Estate of R. Brunt, 100.00; Mrs 
C. Buell, 310.00; Builders' Land Co., Ltd., 330.00; J. Burdy, 1,475.00; Wm 
Burger and E. Johnson, 1,000.00; W. E. Burger and H. S. Johnson, 2,500.00 
Geo. D. and E. M. Burgess, 3,619.19; J. Burks, 200.00; Village of Burks Falls 
271.80; J. Burnett, 103.65; W. B. Burnham, 1,330.00; C. Burns, 166.50; G. 
Burns^ 369.00; J. H. Burr, 261.85; N. Burrell, 300.00; A. W. Burtch, 619.80 
C. L. Bush, 5,400.00; C. Ross and D. W. Bush, 245.63; C. and A. Bushey, 300.00 
R. and A. R. Butcher, 1,000.00; Butwell Estate, 7,995.00; G. Bye, 100.00; L. 
Byers, 400.00; V. F. Byers, 150.00; J. Byrne, 132.00. 

Caciotti, A., 650.00; Mrs. B. M. Caister, 100.00; W. Camick and G. McKenzie, 
161.10; Jas. Campbell, 528.00; N. Campbell, 625.00; Wm. Campbell, 1,175.00; 
Canada Company, 122.10 ; Canadian Assets & Brokerage Co., Ltd., 706.95 ; 
Canadian Canneries, Ltd., 3,500.00; Canadian Canners, Ltd., 500.00; Cana- 
dian National Railways, 2,749.10; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 3,021.07; 
N. Candelor, 761.70; J. J. Carew, 234.84; E. Carlson, 243.75; Estate of M. Car- 
michael, 157.00; J. A. Carnegie, 473.49; F. V. Carney, O. D. Cope and W. A. 
Jenkyn, 3,000.00; D. R. Carruthers, 1,267.65; J. Carruthers, 100.90; M. Carson, 
185.00; B. Carter, 100.00; Estate of E. Carter, 314.78; H. M. Carter, 2,324.40; 
R. and J. B. Carter, 223.50; Cartwright and Cartwright, 125.00; Castle Estate, 
162.30; L. Caul, 187.60; J. A. Cavanagh, 200.00; Central Pipe Line Co., Ltd., 
600.00; K. Charal, 900.00; Estate of Robt. H. B. Charette, 507.00; L. Char- 
pentier, 100.00; Chartered Trust & Executor Co., 1,175.00; S. G. Chatham, 
142.00; J. Chaumont, 473.39; M. Chenier, 550.85; M. and E. C. Chester, 335.00; 



F 22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, etc. — Continued 

A. Chevrette, 170.00; E. and P. Chisamore, 494.20; T. Chitty, 450.00; F. Chokan, 
1,000.00; C. and D. Christakos, 100.00; J. E. Christensen, 1,200.00; C. Cira, 
291.00; A. and E. Ciurluini, 4,000.00; H. G. Claringbold, 100.00; Mrs. D. M. 
Clark, 3,099.10; H. Clark, 125.00; Estate of Maggie Clark, 1,026.13; Wm. J. 
Clark, 4,026.41; E. S. Clarke, 1,000.00; Estate of Mrs. M. A. Clarke, 1,200.00; 
Mrs. M. S. Clemence and A. E. Smith, 430.05; T. Closson, 4,248.75; L. Cloutier, 
1,200.00; A. and Geo. E. Clow, 209.50; Mrs. M. Clow, 454.00; Walter H. and 
Winifred K. Coates, 1,600.00; A. M. Cochrane and C. Lewis and R. O'Brian, 
1,200.00; John B. Cochrane, 725.00; Cochrane Land Titles Office, 404.10; R. 
C. and L. F. Cockerill, 218.40; F. Coghlan, 123.75; A. Leo Cole, 242.30; E. F. Cole, 
2,000.00; Mrs. Elizabeth Cole, 176.50; Mrs. Margaret Jane and Oris Cole, 213.95; 
Estate of Walter W. Cole, 743.70; A. B. Coleman, 220.87; A. Collins, 150.00; G. B. 
Collins, 240.00; H. Collins, 2,200.00; S. G. B. Collins, 323.00; Continental Life In- 
surance Co., 1,180.20; D. M. Cook, 209.20; G. V. Cooke, 1,600.00; I. S. Coombe, 
100.00; Mrs. V. Coombe, 150.00; H. Coombes, 125.15; C. A. Cooper, 600.00; G. D. 
Cooper, 102.75; J. C. Cordukes, 432.75; M. Corkery, 656.70; A. Cormier, 150.00; 
E. T. Cornell, 170.50; Mrs. L. A. Cornwall, 016.13; A. L. Corson, 4,000.00; Estate 
of E. Cosby, 485.50; Mrs. J. Cosgrove, 150.00; R. Cossins, 583.10; J. Costello 
and N. Logan, 300.00; Mrs. V. Costello, 150.00; H. Cottam, 452.84; Mrs. M. 
Cotton, 135.40; B. Cotterill & Sons, 1,343.65; F. and M. Coughlin, 751.72; P. 
Courville, 260.91; D. Coveny, 318.10; Mrs. B. S. Cowan, 350.00; C. E. Cox, 
154.00; H. and E. Cox, 1,100.00; P. Cox, 168.50; Wm. J. and M. Cox, 780.00; 
A. E. Coyle, 116.90; H. M. Craigie, 125.00; J. Crain, 250.00; A. A. Craise, 450.00; 
N. E. I. Crampton, 151.24; N. Cranker, 185.10; Mrs. M. E. Cranston, 1,050.00; 
A. J. Crawforth, 1,500.00; J. Crosby, 178.20; Estate of J. Cross, 1,500.00; Mrs. 
J. Cross, 406.30; A. W. and E. B. Crowle, 356.00; Crown Cemetery, 200.00; 
M. R. Crozier, 454.30; P. J. Cullen, 200.00; A. W. and E. Culp, 1,200.00; H. 
L. Culp, 1,440.00; W. D. Culp, 2,200.00; J. J. Cumming, 120.00; M. E. Cummins, 
194.00; Jas. and E. Curran, 675.00; Estate of J. Curry, 350.00; J. G. Cushman, 
4,375.00; M. A. Cushman, 4,514.12; D. J. Cuthbert, 550.00; E. Cyr, 212.75. 

Dacey Best Realty Company, 288.36; H. M. Davidson, 1,800.00; Estate of J. David- 
son, 636.00; V. Davidson, 100.00; C. Davis, 514.20; E. E. Davis, 300.00; F. 
Davis, 668.65; J. Davis, 127.51; John Arthur Davis, 549.75; John W. Davis, 
121.70; Estate of Mary Davis, 424.98; Wm. B. Davis, 1,350.00; Estate of Jas. 
Davison, 130.80; E. Dawkins. 134.50; Mrs. Arley Fern Day, 500.00; Daisy V. 
Deagle, 900.00; Mrs. Harriet Dean, 175.00; Estate of Chas. N. Deano, 1,551.70; 
Estate of Jos. DeBellefeuille, 1,110.00; V. and L. M. Decarle, 145.60; Leo Decker, 
800.00; E. Delorme, 248.00; A. and B. Demers, 750.00; R. W. DeMontmorency, 
1,350.00; T. B. Dent, 145.10; C. and E. Dent, 200.00; J. Deschamps and M. 
Jalava, 1,050.00; Jos. E. Desjardines, 1,000.00; Estate of I. Devins, 262.50; 
L. and H. D'Hooghe, 300.00; E. U. Dickenson, 2,000.00; A. Dick, 108.60; K. 
M. Dickson, 375.00; H. Diebel, 100.00; R. M. Digby, 646.00; M. Dillon, 1,200.00; 
M. Dimma, 126.50; J. F. Dochstader, 150.00; Wm. Dodd, 175.00; Dominion 
Construction Corp., Ltd., 275.00; Donlands Properties, Ltd., 5,200.00; Mrs. 
G. Donnelly, 1,400.00; Estate of T. Donnelly, 829.00; A. C. Doten, 250.00; Mrs. 
A. W. Dougall and F. MacDougall, 100.90; Thos. A. Dougherty, 319.30; A. 
J. Dow, 8,594.59; O. Laurilla and E. A. Downey, 780.00; F. Dube, 211.50; J. 
W. Duffett, 1,250.00; J. Dugas, 139.25; W. J. Duminie, 5,000.00; Mrs. J. Dunbar, 
354.75; R. Duncan, 274.55; Wm. Duncan, 7,000.00; M. E. Dunlop, 170.00; 
H. Dupuis, 550.00; J. E. Duquette, 700.00; J. Durance, 750.00; E. Durocher, 
1,400.00; N. Durrer, 200.00; Dutton Cemetery Board, 325.00. 

Eady, G., 558.75; East Oxford Twp., Section No. 3, 100.00; East Whitby Twp. 
School Section Union No. 4, 4,000.00; S. H. Easterbrook, 1,500.00; R. M. W. 
Easton, 2,009.42; Eastwood United Church, 240.00; T. R. Eaton. 525.00; H. 
and P. Edgley, 400.00; E. N, Edmunds, 129.70; T. D. Edward, 128.18; H. M. 
Edwards, 115.30; W. E. Edwards, 100.00; Elgin County Registry Office, 187.69; 
J. and B. J. Eligh, 205.10; W. J. Ellev, 1,350.00; A. A. Elliott, 1,246.30; W. H. 
Elliott, 298.20; Estate of A. St. George Ellis, 143.40; Geo. J. R. and L. M. Ellis, 
250.00; D. Ellnore, 1,100.00; R. H. Emrick, 214.20; T. H. Endicott, 334.58; 
H. H. Epp, 8,229.17; Essex County Registry Office, 286.33; Twp. of Etobicoke, 
9,375.00; Mrs. E. Evans, 1,118.30. 

Fair, Mrs. L. 281.40; A. W. Farn, 106.10; A. and M. Farr, 650.00; E. Farr, 230.10; 
J. Faulkner, 172.83; M. Fejcho, 296.70; E. Ferguson, 125.00; Estate of J. Ferguson, 
600.00; W. E. Ferguson, 5,798.80; Estate of O. P. Ferrier, 250.00; E. Ferris, 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, etc. — Continued 

225.00; C. Fido, 131.50; G. Findlay, 100.00; J. J. Finnegan, 3,511.20; F. H. Fitz- 
simmons, 275.00; J. F. Fitzsimmons, 647.30; R. Flatt, 106.05; A. Fleming, 294.60; 
C. Fleming, 298.10; J. H. Fleming, 186.05; W. G. Fletcher, 1,048.00; O. B. Flin- 
ders, 2,000.00; Estate of C. A. Ford, 100.00; L. Ford. 120.00; Fort William Registry 
Office, 531.78; A. J. Foster, 500.00; John Foster, 253.00; W. H. Foster, 1,284.42; 
C. T. Fothergill, 1,155.00; G. J. Fothergill, 1,225.80; A. and W. Fountain, 700.00; 
T. Fox, 350.00; W. J. Fox, 108.90; J. Fralick, 187.09; N. Fransen, 750.00; H. 
Franz, 177.58; E. M. French, 174.70; P. French, 1,350.00; R. and C. French, 
400.00; W. H. and E. L. French, 12.274.80; W. S. Fullerton Co., 319.38; H. V. 
Funnell, 131.25. 

Gage, Estate of M. C, 400.00; R. W. H. Gage, 15,500.00; R. W. Galbraith, 150.00 
I. Galloway, 160.00; Estate of W. F. Galloway, 125.00; W. Garner, 275.00; B 
W. H. Garton, 1,912.15; H. C. Gaskins, 1,848.00; Gatineau Electric Light Co. 
Ltd., 301.27; E. Gauthier, 105.23; Mrs. N. Gautbier, 360.00; J. Gawley, 153.15 
F. Gentle, 883.25; E. and A. A. Getty, 100.00; Mrs. E. Ghesquiere, 509.30; N 
Gibb, 200.00; E. F. Gibbins, 500.00; A. M. Gibson, 125.00; G. C. Gibson, 4,727.00 
T. R. Giffen, 200.00; H. and U. M. Gilmour, 200.00; A. and M. Girard, 125.57 
E. Girard, 120.23; F. Gjos, 150.00; J. M. Gladman, 5,500.00; C. R. Glaves, 120.00 
P. L. Glover, 800.00; A. S. Goddard, 300.50; E. F. Goddard. 8,720.00; M. Godfrey 
885.96; A. R. Goldie, 1,115.00; Goldie and McCulloch Co., Ltd., 2,000.00; A. J 
Goodale, 1,139.65; M. E. Goodale & Son, 12,231.00; S. and M. Goodale, 5,600.00 
C. Goodberry, 176.00; P. Goodbody, 1,700.00; C. W. Goodbrand, 587.50; J. G 
Goodwin, 209.60; Estate of A. E. Gordon, 119.70; W. J. Gorman, 341.00; A 
Gottsleben, 621.00; T. H. Goudge, 2,100.00; G. A. Gough, 167.40; C. M. Gould 
547.65; F. W. Graham, 600.00; R. L. Graham, 285.90; S. Graham, 100.00; P. J 
Grant, 14,000.00; E. Gravel, 112.88; C. E. Gray, 200.48; R. and E. Gray, 1,985.10 
W. T. Gray, 1,464.55; Wm. Gray, 100.00; E. A. Green, 600.00; P. J. Green 
150.00; Mrs. G. W. Gregg, 111.45; Estate of A. C. Gregory, 150.00; C. G. Gregory 
150.00; A. Greig, 440.00; Grimsby Beach, Ltd., 4,074.80; Town of Grimsby 
5,478.74; N. Gropp, 2,000.00; Wm. Grossbernt, 120.50; J. B. Groulx, 1,305.20 
J. Groves, 500.00; M. Gustafson, 366.68; V. Gustafson, 109.75; J. A. Guthrie, 
311.25; R. Gutzman, 140.93. 

Haffie, D. T., 600.00; T. J. Haffie, 200.00; T. O. Hagaman, 750.00; W. A. Hagerman, 
225.00; G. Haggart, 150.00; J. H. Hagle 1,150.00; E. Hagmeier, 1,000.00; Hailey- 
bury Registry Office, 806.24; L. J. Hales, 600.00; A. E. Hall, 100.00; J. W. Hall, 
225.68; L. I. Hall, 600.00; R. E. Hall, 218.10; W. S. Hall, 121.00; Halton Countv 
Registry Office, 342.77; A. V. Hamilton, 1,033.20; H. I. Hamilton, 300.00; J. A. 
Hamilton, 138.93; C. Handsor, 567.10; J. Haney, 110.40; A. Hardman, 250.00; 
Mrs. M. A. Hare, 437.86; M. Harlock, 1,489.40; S. G. Harmer, 485.00; J. E. 
Harper, 306.00; E. E. Harris, 300.00 ; G. W. Harris, 140.00; R. F. Harron, 100.00; 
A. S. and R. Harvev, 250.00 ; S. and B. Hastie, 250.00 ; Countv of Hastings, 
1,500.00; Hastings Registry Office, 386.41; S. Hautamaki, 112.10; Mrs. A. J. 
Hawley, 330.63; J. Hawley, 253.08; G. W. Haws, 318.90; J. Haws, 284.25; J. D. 
Hay, 1,365.00; F. G. Hayward, 747.53; N. Head, 167.00; Wm. Head, 1,125.00; 
H. V. Heal, 145.00; Estate of M. Hearl, 348.50; Jos. L. Heaslip, 299.43; Milan 
Heaslip, 352.05; F. M. and A. L. Heitzner, 124.00; Estate of J. Heitzner, 1,166.20; 
A. Henderson, 1,025.00; J. V. Henderson, 293.40; R. B. Henderson, 297.10; 
W. T. Henderson and Estate of Wm. J. Aikens, 500.00; E. Henri, 123.00; F. and A. 
Henry, 6,862.42; T. Hensley, 160.00 ; R. Herd, 263.10 ; P. Heron and Son, 435.00; 
C. Hess, 300.75 ; W. R. and Louella Hewer, 194.89; Estate of T. Hewlett, 100.00; 
A. E. Hicks, 6,490.00; Highland Creek Limited, 100.00; L. A. Hill, 900.00; S. H. 
Hill, 3,507.20; V. Hill, 228.80; S. Hillgartner, 349.80; N. M. Hilliar, 2,200.00; 
C. J. Hines, 215.00; C. L. Hinkley, 1,050.00; F. Hockaday, 150.00 ; H. Hodgkins, 
238.80; P. Hoeberg, 125.00; A. I. Hoffman, 565.00; G. F. Hollington, 350.60; 
C. E. Hopkins, 3,400.00; A. Estelle Hopper, 750.00; R. Hotte, 183.65; W. H. 
Houghton, 100.00; J. C. Howard, 430.00; Mrs. S. Howe, 1,450.00; D. Howes, 
2,820.00; S. and K. C. Howson, 1,000.00; B. M. Hudson, 156.40; Estate of J. 
Hudson, 24o.65; C. Huffman, 250.00; G. Hughes, 157.49; L. Hummel, 403.80; L. 
and I. Hummel, 519.60; W. J. Hummel, 192.68; G. E. Humphrey, 130.35; Mrs. 
J. M. Humphrey, 500.18; E. F. Hunt, 1,030.00; C. and S. Hunter, 270.50; H. J. 
Hunter, 105.75; T. R. Hunter, 3,200.00; W. Huntley, 764.50; Huron County 
Registrv Office, 186.79; Estate of A. Reid, 500.00; Estates of A. R. Hutchison 
and H. Blair, 395.40; J. T. and H. Hutson, 2,112.00; B. Huyck, 300.00; Hydro- 
Electrc Power Comm. of Ontario, 186.20. 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



King's Highways, etc. — Continued 



Property for Right-of-Way, etc. — Continued 

Inch, G. T., 150.00; W. A. Irvine, 250.00; H. Irwin, 900.00; T. Ivy, 1,045.00. 

Jacklin, J., 500.00; L. Jackson, 1,000.00; F. P. Janisse, 7,650.00; P. G. Jansen, 
2,000.00; G. J. Jeffery, 225.00; H. Jeffrey, 1,434.00; Mrs. Rose, Margaret and 
Kathryn Jennings, 1,232.50; E. Jerry, 652.83; L. Jessop, 210.00; R. Jinkerson, 
300.00; W. H. Johnson, 1,777.00; F. T. Johnston, 108.30; H. Johnston, 1,721.56; 
S. E. Johnstone, 200.00; J. H. Jones, 1,100.00; J. S. Jones, 350.00; N. Jones, 
550.00 ; W. H. Jones, 110.05 ; Wm. and Rose E. Jose, 10,268.74 ; Dept. of Justice, 
913.53. 

Kaeding, C. D., 2,150.00; C. Kahnt, 2,109.50; S. Karasiewicz, 174.94; Wm. O. and 
J. F. Kay, 297.50; J. C. Kearns, 300.00; Mrs. M. Kellawav, 200.00; Mrs. E. Kelley 
100.00; A. Kelly, 4,100.00; E. Kelly, 2,559.02; I. and G. E. Kemp, 1,033.00; A. J 
Kennedy, 250.58; A. W. Kennedy, 249.10; Estate of E. Kenrick, 150.00; A. L 
Kent, 1,810.00; Kent County Registry Office, 163.48; S. Kerlowski, 300.00; D. S 
Kernaghan, 500.00; A. E. Kerney, 121.50; John Kerr, 175.00; R. Kerr, 1 10.95; W. J 
Kerr, 234.33; H. W. Kime, 602.85; Mrs. A. King, 650.00; F. King, 150.00; G. King 
189.13; John King, 166.66; Jose and Theo. King, 781.50; N. King, 150.00; Mrs 
S. A. King, 300.00; H. and Alfred Kitchen, 1,200.00; W. Kitchen, 156.10; J 
Klesh, 120.00; E. A. Klose, 162.50; H. and A. E. Knight, 600.00; Knox Church 
215.00; W. A. Knox, 300.00; O. Koost, 1,750.00; N. Korzchuk, 100.00; J. and 
E. M. Kotoff, 196.60; K. Kussner, 1,500.00. 

Labreche, J., 272.28; F. E. Lacey and R. Sturdy, 700.00; J. Lacroix, 141.35; C. Ladd 
223.50; P. J. Lafleur, 250.00; P. Lafrance, 100.00; A. Lane, 1,064.48; N. Lajoie 
605.33; E. Lalande, 1,644.00; D. Lalonde, 268.50; R. Lalonde, 300.00; J. Lamarche 
367.95 ; O. Lamb, 1,337.50 ; R. J. Lamb, 260.00; C. Lambert, 279.60; Mrs. E. G 
Lambert, 339.00; Lambton Countv Registry Office, 580.25; O. Lamothe, 119.35 
Mrs. O. F. Lampard, 4,000.00; Estate of J. Landon, 674.80; W. Landon, 320.40 
W. Lang, 185.40; S. Langevin, 1,366.79; Langs and Binkley, 678.56; Mrs. A 
Langtry, 181.20; A. Lapointe, 111.48; W. Lariviere, 237.87; E. M. Larmour 
115.00; A. E. and R. Larocque, 300.00; B. Latham, 400.00; O. Latham, 2,000.00 
Mrs. K. M. Latimer, 123.32; W. Laukkari, 148.20; E. J. Lavender, 1,800.00 
H. F. Lawrence, 313.08; J. Lawrence, 112.50; Estate of N. F. Lawrence, 150.00 
Mrs. O. Lawson, 300.00; G. Laxton, 224.90; J. Laycock, 1,073.56; G. H. Leach 
158.20; B. C. and O. H. Learn, 100.00; A. Leboeuf, 575.00; J. B. Leboeuf, 140.70 
P. Leboeuf, 4,000.00; E. and Edoir Leclair, 593.00; Leeds County Registry 
Office, 573.07; A. Legree, 227.15; T. Legree, 3,000.00; E. Lehnen, 1,380.00; J. and 
L. M. Leidens, 7,500.00; C. Leif, 150.00; Lennox and Addington County Registry 
Office, 348.48; Edmund and Emily Lepain, 800.00; E. Lescorbeau, 500.00; Estate 
of R. Leslie, 325.00; G. Levingston, 1,226.40; T. H. Lewis, 120.25; Lincoln County 
Registry Office, 872.90; J. A. Lind, 1,300.00; I. and A. Lindblom, 309.80; R. Lister, 
125.00; R. M. Little and J. J. Cameron, 987.44; E. Lloyd, 105.35; M. Lloyd, 200.00; 
A. S. Loach, 146.95; J. E. Locke, 700.00; G. A. Locking, 140.10; London and 
Port Stanley Railway, 800.00; London and Western Trusts Co., Ltd., 2,000.00; 
H. Loney, 278.40; G. J. Longyear, 186.16; E. M. Lonsbury, 500.00; H. G. Loranger, 
1,500.00; O. Loranger, 118.95; Lome Park College, 850.00; Estate of S. D. Lot- 
tridge, 6,756.10; C. J. W. Lowes, 2,300.00; T. C. Luckins, 300.00; J. D. Lumsden, 
578.62; C. Lusk, 176.59; W. H. and J. C. Lutz, 675.00; K. Lvnch, 300.00; T. R. 
Lyon, 100.00; M. Lyons, 201.05. 

McArthur, S. I. and A., 200.00; Estate of A. McCabe, 1,800.00; D. McCaig, 114.05 
Abe McCann, 500.00; Andrew McCann, 390.00; Mrs. M. McCann, 100.00 
Estate of A. McCarston, 128.30; Mrs. A. McCarthv, 300.00; J. L. McCav, 1 258.70 
Estate of J. McCleary, 275.00; Mrs. J. McClellan,775.00; J. McClocklin, 1,500.00 
McColl Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 6,000.00; John McCombe and M. O. Boulter 
25,000.00; J. McCombs. 150.30; J. McConkey, 154.88; Jas. McCool, 283.58 
J. McCracken, 179.00; A. G. F. McDonald, 120.00; D'Arcy McDonald, 318.90 
G. McDonald, 650.00; John McDonald, 1,913.54; H. McDonald, 300.00; W. J 
McDonald, 236.78; W. R. McDonald, 162.90; A. A. MacDonnell, 1,600.00 
McDowell Memorial Cemetery, 150.00; J. McElwain, 115.65; L. M. McFadden 
796.26; Mrs. B. McGown, 141.68; Mrs. I. McGown, 316.45 ; Robert McGregor 
715.83; R. McGregor, 156.00; H. Mcllwraith, 354.00; Estate of J. Mcintosh 
257.40; C. McKaig, 200.00; A. W. McKay, 312.80; R. and E. McKay, 167.15 
W. C. McKay, 4,000.00; F. M. McKee, 156.10; I. McKenzie, 171.55; Estate of 
W. H. McKenzie, 2,709.00; H. MacKinnon, 250.00; O. McLaren and N. Arm- 
strong, 1,800.00; A. A. McLaughlin, 102.30; Estate of M. McLaughlin, 379.20; D. 
McLean, 110.00; N. H. McLean and R. Holmes, 200.00; C. McLennan, 133.40; 






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King's Highway, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, etc. — Continued 

J. D. McLennan, 123.83; M. McLeod, 104.93; Wm. R. and E. MacLeod, 267.28; 
H. McMillan, 225.00; W. D. and I. M. McMillan, 649.00; H. McMullen, 100.00; 
W. A. McMurray, 1,272.90; J. C. McNally, 1,200.00; J. McNamara, 301.85; Mrs. 
M. McNaughton, 455.36; R. and J. McNee, 2,915.12; P. V. and H. E. McNeely, 
100.00; Estate of D. McNeil, 100.00; E. McNeil, 1,519.90; S. P. MacNeill, 112.12; 
M. McNicol, 100.00; Hugh, Leonard and Harold McParland, 125.12; J. and E. 
McPhee, 3,600.00; A. McRae, 100.00. 

Macklin,L.L., 323.25; A. Maille, 309.43; A. D. Maitland, 108.15; F. Maki, 500.00; 
T. Maley, 125.00; F. J. Mallen, 122.35; F. H. and P. A. Malmloff, 551.75; H. F. 
MalmlofT, 187.00; P. Malone, 125.00; J. Manor, 800.00; M. Mansfield, 1,000.00; 
G. Mantha, 1,216.75; Mrs. J. Mantha, 187.50; Mara Twp. School Section No. 4, 
260.00; Mara Twp. School Section No. 5, 350.00; L. P. Marks, 1,295.00; R. 
Marks, 232.40; W. H. and A. E. Marks, 1,244.35; R. W. Marriott, 153.83; C. 
and J. Martin, 2,000.00; R. S. Martin, 210.00; T. E. Martin, 3,000.00; Wm. J. 
and F. C. Martin, 4,025.94; Mason, Foulds, Davidson, Carter and Kellock, 
2,902.04; T. E. Mason, 175.00; Mattawa Electric Light and Power Co., Ltd., 
233.50; M. Maxwell, 150.00; C. May, 589.50; J. C. and A. May, 450.00; P. W. 
May, 500.00; Mrs. J. Measures, 2,800.00; Melrose Securities, Ltd., 879.30; Estate 
of P. Menten, 327.00; M. I. Mercer, 9,228.00; A. L. Mero, 7,638.20; E. B. Merri- 
man, 195.90; J. I. Merritt, 1,350.00; W. H. Mersey, 133.15; H. B. Metcalfe, 107.00; 
M. Metheral, 137.50; Estate of T. D. H. Metier, 224.75; Mrs. C. B. Mewburn, 
735.00; A. Meyer, 217.60; D. Michaelis, 108.11; S. R. and C. Michaelis, 175.71; 
E. Michaud, 354.00; H. A. Mielke, 247.00; G. D. Miller, 142.81; Jas. Miller, 
887.10; J. H. Miller, 175.00; Manse P. Miller, 2,539.80; Thos. Miller, 247.95; 
Wm. Miller, 147.91 ; H. E. Millman, 100.00; W. S. Milmine, 225.00; Dept. of Mines 
and Resources, 3,949.71 ; C. E. Minner, 151.80; Minto Twp. School Section No. 13, 
240.00; E. M. L. Mitchell and E. Breay, 1,900.00; J. Mitchell and D. R. Marshall, 
394.60; H. and M. Moffatt, 119.00; J. Moffatt, 103.00; H. G. Mogg, 289.30; J. W. 
Moir, 500.00; J. Molkowski, 178.75; Bank of Montreal, 3,000.00; Mrs. O. M. 
Moon, 2,500.00; W. Moon, 1,800.00; Mrs. G. G. Moore, 285.65; R. Moore, 100.00; 
G. Morganson, 150.00; J. G. Morrish, 1,600.00; A. B. Morrison, 2,074.00; Twp. 
of Morrison, 100.00; W. W. Morrow, 225.00; J. Mortenson, 11,000.00; W. I. Mose, 
132.70; J. K. Moss, 957.90; Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Bronte), 125.00; A. Muir, 
650.00; Mrs. E. Murdock, 340.00; Mrs. C. Murphv, 130.15; E. J. Murphy, 119.80; 
Estate of M. Murphy, 123.60 ; S. Murphy, 755.50; T. and M. E. Murphy, 275.90; 
C. Musall, 150.00; Muskoka District Registry Office, 180.28; Estate of A. E. 
Myers, 1,500.00; R. J. Myers, 5,000.00. 

Nangle, J. F., 191.10; A. Nantais, 350.00; W. R. and J. Nattress, 1,378.60; T. Neal, 
326.50; G. Neely, 490.80; J. Neely, 200.00; Mrs. L. Neely, 750.00; R. J. Neely, 
299.68; D. B. Neill, 100.00; Mrs. J. Neilson, 325.00; L. H. Nelles, 1,300.00; N. C. S. 
Nelles, 11,270.00; D. W. Nelson, 200.00; W. C. Nelson, 2,806.66; A. Neve, 500.00; 
Estate of A. S. New, 279.15; H. A. Newman, 12,159.35; A. Nicholson, 300.29; 
N. Nicholson, 800.00; J. Nicol, 103.80; Nipigon Mining Lands Co., 115.00; M. 
Niskanen, 135.00; T. E. Nixon, 172.85; A. Noble, 750.10; North Bay Registry 
Office, 366.19; North Grey Registry Office, 146.21; North Ridge United Church, 
100.00; J. A. Norton, 5,996.04; W. T. Nott, 1,000.00; R. A. Nugent, 334.23. 

Oakes, F. A., 6,000.00; Town of Oakville, 300.00; J. and R. M. A. Oberlerchner, 
290.00; M. J. O'Brien, Ltd. (Ottawa), 1,946.90; M. J. O'Brien Ltd. (Renfew), 
144.67; Wm. O'Connell, 243.35; Mrs. M. O'Connor, 200.00; J. O'Donohoe, 1,554.00; 
J. Odorizzi, 103.20; J. O'Gorman, 450.00; M. Oikonen, 368.85; Mrs. J. Oliver, 
2,300.00; Estate of E. Ollila, 134.48; C. Olsen, 551.00; Ontario County Registry 
Office, 694.55; Ontario Vitrified Products, Ltd., 22,000.00; T. A. Orton, 117.50; 
E. Osborne, 100.00; E. B. Osborne, 150.00; E. L. A. Osborne, 300.00; Mrs. M. 
O'Shaughnessy, 315.05 ; Estate of Geo. W. Oughtred, 8,000.00; Citv of Owen Sound, 
7,000.00. 

Page, A. L., 100.00; W. Paiement, 134.50; O. Parent, 100.00; I. Park, 303.75; Park 
Lawn Cemetery Co., Ltd., 555.50; A. E. and M. I. Parker, 3,000.00; R. J. C. 
Parrott, 280.00; Parry Sound Registry Office, 685.11; H. C. Parsons, 160.00; Mrs. 
M. E. Payne, 275.00; Mrs. M. A. Peacock, 208.20; Mrs. J. Pearce, 200.00; M. C. 
Peart, 1,848.00; Wm. H. Peck, 1,000.00; Peel County Registry Office, 196.76; 
G. N. Penning, 347.10; Mrs. H. A. Pennock, 257.36; R. J. Perales, 325.00; G. B. 
Perry, 1,700.00; Perth County Registry Office, 114.20; T. Pesola, 200.00; Peter- 
borough County Registry Office, 164.97; S. Peterson, 202.25; M. S. Pettit, 851.60; 



F^26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, etc. — Continued 

Mrs. S. Phifer, 592.25; J. G. and Mrs. J. Phillips, 475.00; O. and M. Picard, 
350.00; G. Pierson, 207.30; D. R. and P. Pincott, 220.00; C. B. Pitcher, 250.00; 
Mrs. O. Plexman, 100.00; H. V. Pogue, 260.75; F. Poirier, 1,144.00; J. Polich, 
1,350.00; Mrs. H. C. Ponton, 5,868.18; A. Poole, 1,000.00; E. M. Poole, 1,000.00; 
Port Arthur Registry Office, 172.94; F. Potter, 138.35; J. Potvin, 307.71; W. 
Poulson, 6,920.00; H. Powell, 675.00; H. S. and G. E. Powell, 1,332.00; Estate 
of J. F. Power, 1,235.70; T. P. Power, 127.16; C. O. Pratt, 128.77; Prescott County 
Registry Office, 164.60; D. Price, 8,300.00; R. Price, 425.00; J. B. Prieur, 563.25; 
A. D. and N. Prince, 184.80; W. R. and A. M. Pringle, 244.60; W. R. Pringle, 
100.00; J. Prot, 110.00; A. Proudfoot, 985.34; C. H. Prudhomme, 2,853.60; P. 
Prystanski, 190.88; Mrs. R. Punter, 1,123.75; V. J. Punter, 2,066.50; T. Purdon, 
101.65; D. Purificati, 1,500.00. 

Quast, J. G., 150.00. 

Rabel, Wm.. and L. Summers, 800.00; B. Racette, 222.90; Rainy River District 
Registry Office, 192.95; P. G. Ramsay, 174.53; A. M. Ravburn, 100.00; Mrs. 
E. Reaume, 500.00; Receiver General of Canada, 7,781.70; Mrs. K. Reddy, 
275.00; J. W. Redner, 1,109.00; D. Regan, 333.60; E. Rehkopf, 152.10; J. Reid, 
166.11; N. Rein, 602.00; Renfrew County Registry Office, 295.03; A. D. Renner, 
2,400.00; O. Rheault, 165.68; H. R. Richards, 550.00; J. J. Richards, 100.00; 
Estate of T. Riddell. 322.50; Arthur, Ernest and A. Rivard and Omer Rheault, 
100.00; F. Roberts, 101.02; F. N. Roberts, 167.50; Estate of H. L. Roberts, 
3,253.33; D. Robertson, 187.60; W. H. Robins, 234.60; C. M. Robinson, 515.00; 

D. and M. Robinson, 800.00; F. M. Robinson, 190.90; Estate of H. Robinson, 
1,725.00; J. N. Robinson, 297.00; H. Robinson and R. V. Calderwood, 300.00; 
Samuel Robinson, 207.00; Estate of S. Robinson, 142.80; W. L. Robinson, 100.00; 
W. N. Robinson, 177.50; E. Robitaille, 101.75; B. Rochester, 779.70; Rockport 
School Section No. 14, 500.00; R. Rogers, 100.00; F. Romain, 400.00; P. G. Rooker, 
804.00; H. E. Rose & Co., Ltd., 572.55; T. Rose and Estate of J. NcNeely, 207.60; 

A. Ross, 233.70; E. F. Ross, 550.00; Mrs. B. Rousseau, 143.60; R. Rovinelli, 
222.22; Estate of J. H. Rowe, 250.00; Mrs. A. Rov, 148.58; I. Roy, 146.70; G. 
Ruete, 122.95; R. Rumble, 300.00; N. E. Ruppert, 102.90; F. M. Russell, 3,000.00; 
M. Russnell, 5,628.60; D. J. Ryan, 8,000.00; T. and A. M. Ryan, 740.00; W. W. 
and J. F. Ryckman, 1,375.00; Estate of H. Ryrie,- 649.90. 

St. Denis, O. and D., 315.00; St. Lawrence Central Camp Ground Syndicate, 800.00; 

E. Saari, 100.50; J. T. and F. Saint, 200.00; A. Saniger, 357.39; B. and A. Sann, 
500.00; Sault Ste. Marie Registry Office, 747.06; J. Sauve, 225.75; Scarborough 
Twp. School Section No. 15, 176.00; A. Schellenberger, 159.65; J. T. Scholfield, 
150.00; J. Schultz, 312.50; A. Schwerdfiger, 1,195.90; W. J. Schwigler, 131.23; 

F. T. Scott, 330.80; G. Scott, 1,772.02; J. T. Scott, 225.00; M. H. Scott, 1,100.00; 

B. Scrivens, 315.00; R. H. Seabrook, 178.15; Estate of T. I. Seburn, 830.00; Oliver 
Severn Gold Mines, Ltd., 100.00; M. Shand, 1,930.00; B. B. Shantz, 305.30; 
Estate of W. Sharland, 180.00; Estate of J. Sharpe, 150.00; W. F. Shay, 350.00; 
T. A. Sheard, 1,005.13; Shell Oil Co. of Canada, Ltd., 176.66; Geo. She Pa Egan, 
150.00; Mrs. E. Sheppard, 550.00; W. G. Sheppard, 275.00; L. M. Sheridan, 
2,196.15; Mrs. M. Shibley, 118.80; C. Shields and Mrs. M. S. Stouck, 2,456.89; 
R. H. Shields, 2,100.00; Estate of J. Shilton and W. A. Wallbridge, 1,250.00; 
Mrs. A. Shipman, 4,678.20; C. Shipman, 186.35; Estate of Wm. W. Shipman, 
496.60; L. Shook, 122.00; H. Shork, 2,000.00; Mrs. C. Shute, 325.00; J. Sicord, 
250.00; J. Siistonen, 272.75; J. Simard, 1,300.00; Simcoe County Registry Office, 
673.55; J. H. Simpson, 250.00; C. L. D. Sims, 2,000.00; Sims, Mcintosh, Schofield 
and Sims, 906.90; A. Sirois, 592.60; R. Skinkle, 1,195.80; F. Slack, 1,717.20; R. 
Sleep, 1,396.60; R. B. Sleep, 3,058.65; A. B. Smith, 500.00; Mrs. C. A. Smith, 
500.00; C. F. Smith, 300.00; E. Smith, 369.87; E. D. Smith and H. G. Ross, 
4,500.00; E. M. Smith, 1,000.00; E. Smith, 141.30; H. J. Smith, 528.10; John S. 
Smith, 2,000.00; John Z. Smith, 130.70; Levi Smith, 104.00; Estate of S. J. Smith, 
600.00; Sydney C. Smith, 177.24; Wm. H. Smith, 154.00; P. H. Smithson, 1,479.00; 
Estate of A. J. R. Snow, 100.00; F. H. Snyder, 709.00; S. and E. Sones, 500.00; 
South Grey County Registry Office, 139.05; Mrs. N. Speers, 1,100.00; E. T. 
Spera, 4,188.46; C. A. Spicer, 202.23; E. Sproule, 600.00; E. Stafford, 101.55; 
J. Steven, 1,850.00; A. and C. Stevanato, 4,026.95; Mrs. E. Stevens, 219.60; D. H. 
Stewart, 102.65; Mrs. E. Stewart, 363.75; H. B. Stewart, 965.00; M. R. and E. M. 
Stewart and Mrs. E. S. Fletcher, 272.23; John H. Stobie, 309.30; J. R. Stobie, 
102.46; R. J. Stobie, 120.60; L. Stone, 600.00; G. A. Stoodley, 287.50; J. R. Stork, 
395.00; A. R. Storms, 100.00; B. Strassburger, 550.00; C E. Strawn, 138.00; 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, etc. — Continued 

Estate of J. T. Stroud, 2,666.67; C. B. Stuart, 150.53; J. H. Stubbs, 2,900.00; 
Sudbury Registry Office, 414.93; Mrs. A. Sutherland, 650.85; F. W. and L. A. 
Sutherland, 8,795.00; D. E. Swayze, 600.00; Alfred Sylvestre, 5,800.00; Armand 
Sylvestre, 1,000.00; G. Sylvestre, 2,000.00; Estate of J. V. Sylvestre, 1,400.00. 

Taggart, A., 214.00; W. F. Taggart, 135.00; W. H. and A. M. Talbot, 650.00; 
Talbotville United Church, 300.00; T. Tarns, 122.35; E. M. Tanner, 125.00; 
J. Tantardini, 279.60; C. E. Taylor, 150.00; Estate of F. H. L. Taylor, 3,978.84; 
C. Tebbutt, 167.30; Mrs. F. Telfer, 327.15; Temagami Timber Co., 7,260.42; 
Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, 229.19; Temiskaming Oil Co., Ltd., 
250.00; J. Temple, 250.00 ; C. Tennant, 115.00 ; N. Tesky, 214.00; R. C. Teskey, 
546.22; G. Theoret, 1,990.00; E. C. Thomas, 500.00; Thompson -Heyland Lumber 
Co., 132 69; H. E. Thomson, 125.00; W. C. Thomson, 628.20; P. E. Thorpe, 
1,250.00; C. and A. Tilton, 236.60; R. E. and Mrs. M. Timms, 1,000.00; E. Tomp- 
kins, 300.00; J. Topper, 4,008.83; City of Toronto, 2,317.00; Incorporated Synod 
of the Diocese of Toronto, 100.00; W. F. Torrance, P. C. MacLaurin and Estate of 
M. Kennedy, 500.00; R. Toth and V. Sandor, 335.00; O. Tourila, 176.40; Trafalgar 
Twp. School Section No. 15, 175.00; W. Trahan, 140.00; A. H. Trapnell, 450.00; 

C. R. Traver, 300.00; E. Traver, 700.00; T. Travers, 158.78; S. L. and Jas. D. 
Trees, 1,758.80; W. E. Tregenza, 315.00; E. A. Tremblay, 110.99; B. H. Trickey, 
400.00; D. Trottier, 100.00; W. F. Troyer, 500.00; R. Tucker, 1,100.00; J. A. 
Tufford, 1,675.00; M. J. Tulloch, 1,475.00; Estate of I. Turnball, 250.00; Mrs. 
E. Turner, 3,530.19; J. K. Turner, 1,608.40; P. T. Tyers, 106.95; A. W. and L. 
Tyler, 126.75. 

Valley, E. L. and M. I., 162.30; C. Van Bastelaar, 450.00; C. Van Mierlo and Estate 
of Andrew and Isabella Parks, 340.80; V. Vanston, 145.85; C. Van Vliet, 316.00; 
L. Van Waggoner and P. Donovan, 10,000.00; E. G. Vanwagner. 6,000.00; Vaughan 
Twp. School Section No. 13, 4,800.00; F. Verbauwen, 350.00; Victoria County 
Registry Office, 303.97; Village of Vienna, 901.00; S. J. Vosburgh, 577.18. 

Wagar, W. R., 518.70; Mrs. B. Wagner, 184.50; W G. Wakefield, 156.05; Estate of 

D. Walker, 1,100.00; H. Walker, 600.00; J. W. Walker, 900.00; J. J. Wallace, 
386.67; E. McKay and L. B. Walters. 2,400.00; H. M. Walters, 2,675.00; H. A. 
Walton and T. D. Pherrill, 610.00; I. J. Walton, 175.00; H. and C. Ward, 1,350.00; 
Mrs. J. Ward, 2,011.79; G. Warner, 300.00; K. Wasylinuk, 446.33; Waterloo 
County Registry Office, 203.22: Mrs. E. Waterworth, 310.00; C. E. Watson, 
900.00; M.H.Watson, 1,000.00; W. H.Watson, 700.00; Wm. H.Watson, 541.23; S. 
Weaver, 197.74; I. B. Weber, 250.00; G. F. Webster, 123.70; W. J. Weir, 350.00; 
Welland County Registry Office, 351.99; Wentworth Countv Registry Office, 
394.50; I. West, 5,995.00; H. Whiffen, 754.25; Town of Whitby, 1,850.00; J. C. 
White, 300.00; Estate of J. P. White, 7,200.00; L. S. White, 635.00; S. White, 
400.00; S. Whitney, 3,045.05; B. M. W 7 hyte, 8,846.35; Widdifield Twp. School 
Section No. 4, 165.00; L. C. Wiley, 177.45; B. W 7 illiams, 425.00; G. G. Williams, 
111.30; A. W. Williamson, 475.00 ; B. J. Williamson, 250.00; J. A. Willoughby, 
400.00; R. Wills, 10,740.25; C. Wilson, 589.05; C. W. Wilson, 108.30; E. E. Wilson, 
393.90; E. H. Wilson, 100.00; John Wilson, 150.00; Mark Milson, 250.00; W. A. 
Wilson, 130.00; Wm. H. Wilson, 200.00; F. P. Winters, 0,030.34; W. G. Wither- 
spoon, 159.00; S. M. and L. H. Withrow, 475.00; F. Wolff, 246.40; A. E. Wood, 
230.00; W. S. and C. E. Wood, 700.00; A. Woods, 1,200.00; E. Woolfe, 3,000.00; 
A. V. Woolnough, 396.09; C. B. Woolnough, 396.09; J. H. Woolnough, 396.08; 
W. R. Worthington, 150.00; J. F. Wright, 100.00; S. R. Wright, 337.00; Estate of 
D. B. Wyman, 500.00. 

Yarwood, Estate of M. J., 230.00; G. S. Yearly, 496.17; L. S. Yolles, 100.00; York 
County Registry Office, 660.69; E. H. and J. H. Young, 135.00; Mrs. H. Yrjola, 
226.00. 

Zalec, J. and K., 2,000.00; R. S. Zavitz, 125.00. 

Accounts under $100, 55,908 .22. 

Total 1 ,479,194 4 1 

Contracts: 

Agawa Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-236, grading and culverts, 2 miles, Chip- 
pewa Diversion to north of Sault Ste. Marie, 28,794.75; No. 38-44, Chippewa 
Creek Bridge, 15,519.00; Aiken, Innes & Maclachlan, Ltd., No. 36-154, filling 



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Contracts— Continued 

Burlington Cut-off, Brants Pond, 2,919.26; Aiken & Maclachlan, Ltd., No. 
37-121, bridge, west branch of Humber River, 440.00; No. 37-285, substruc- 
ture, superstructure and cement work, Huntsville Bridge, 37,249.08; No. 
38-25, Gordon's Creek Bridge, Elizabeth Way, 25,944.34; No. 38-46, Algonquin 
Park bridges, Kearney Creek Bridge and Clark's Creek Bridge, 15,158.67; 
Angus & Taylor, Ltd., No. 37-80, grading and culverts, 4.7 miles, Bracebridge 
to Huntsville, 83,794.55; No. 37-80 ext. grading Huntsville to Bracebridge, 
138,182.17; No. 37-83, grading and culverts, 11 miles, Chalk River westerly, 
15,168.88; No. 37-84, grading and culverts, 4.7 miles, Parry Sound to Nobel, 
11,534.81; No. 37-94, grading and culverts, Madawaska to Whitney, 184,949.18; 
No. 37-206, crushed stone 9 miles, Nobel to Shawanaga, 2,399.97; No. 37-283, 
grading and culverts, 5 miles, mile 67 north of North Bay to mile 72, 201,063.18. 

Barnett-McQueen Co., Ltd., No. 37-100, 4 culverts, Thunder Bay District, 
8,403.29; Jos. Barrett, No. 37-21 ext. 1496, heating plant, Fort Henry, 2,584.00; 
Bergman Construction Co., Ltd., No. 36-29, concrete pavement, Scarborough 
Cenotaph to Highland Creek Bridge, 58,852.91; No. 37-115, grading and 
culverts, 3.2 miles, West Hill easterly to Rosebank Side Road, 417,250.47; 
Wm. Bermingham & Son, No. 37-271, substructure, Port Stanley Bridge, 
Port Stanley, 69,163.66; J. D. Bernardi, No. 36-124, grading and culverts, 
16 miles, Carp River to Mamaise, 3,409.98; Bernardi Construction Co., Ltd., 
No. 36-124 exts., clearing, grading and culverts, Mamaise to Montreal River, 
371,039.16; Chas. V. Billie & Son, No. 36-123, grading and culverts, 6 miles, 
Conniston to Sudbury, 6,794.29; No. 37-209, grading and culverts, North- 
brook to Cloyne, 106,769.79; Bituminous Spraying and Contracting Co., Ltd., 
No. 956, surface treatment, 10.5 miles; Fraserville to Peterborough, 1,959.32; 
No. 38-18, surface treatment, 9 miles; Athens to Delta, 2,400.08 ; No. 38-19, 
surface treatment, 10.5 miles, Ottawa Division, 3,246.81; R. A. Blyth, No. 
35-04, Indian River Bridge and Ouse River Bridge, Peterborough to Perth, 
200.00; No. 37-235, grading and culverts, 2 miles, Centreville to Kitchener, 
5,168.76; No. 38-04, Schumacher Overhead over T. & N.O. Railway, Tisdale 
Twp., 5,916.80; No. 38-94, Little River Bridge, Riverside, 17,332.65; W. O. 
No. 2306, concrete subway, Field, Field-Martine River Road, 30,530.85; 
Railway Board Order No. 53449, concrete subwav, Field, 2,175.31; W. O. 
Nos. 778 and 832, culverts north of Milton, 5,448.71; W.O. No. 3118, Emily 
Creek Bridge, 1,743.58; R. H. Bond, No. 36-122, grading and culverts, 9.6 
miles, Sioux Lookout Road to Hudson, 35,794.26; No. 37-89, grading and 
culverts, 8.3 miles, Sioux Lookout to Dinorwic, 58,276.04; No. 37-90, grading 
and culverts, 5 miles, Nester Falls south, 5 miles, 63,322.59; No. 1010, crushed 
gravel, Dinorwic northerly, 5,520.63; Bond Construction Co., Ltd., No. 36- 
122, grading and culverts, 9.6 miles, Sioux Lookout Road to Hudson, 6,316.63 
No. 37-90, grading and culverts, 5 miles, Nester Falls southerly, 16,523.15 
No. 37-90 ext., grading and culverts, 8 miles, Nester Falls southerly, 102,840.22 
No. 38-95, crushed gravel, Sioux Lookout southerly, 8,418.31; Brennan Paving 
Co., Ltd., No. 36-80, grading and culverts, 1.7 miles; Hamilton to Dundas 
Diversion, 379.28; No. 37-09, concrete pavement, 6 miles, Stratford northerly, 
99,436.38; No. 37-16, grading and bituminous pavement, 7.3 miles, Kincar- 
dine to Tiverton, 137,4^8.16; No. 37-21 C, restoration Fort George, Niagara- 
on-the-Lake, 94,089.96; No. 37-21 E, restoration of Navy Hall, Fort George, 
Niagara-on-the-Lake, 12,163.57; No. 38-63, restoration Fort George, Niagara- 
on-the-Lake, 42,952.81; No. 38-51, fill, Mather Park, Fort Erie, 50,250.62; 
W. O. Nos. 2432 and 2461, restoration Navy Hall, Fort George, Niagara-on-the- 
Lake, 11,511.02; No. 38-08 surface treatment, dustlayer, Toronto Division, 
2,665.35; No. 38-07, surface treatment, Owen Sound Division, 1,183.33; No. 
38-11, surface treatment, dustlayer, North Bay Division, 1,499.99; W. O. 
No. 710, oil application, Dafoe Hospital to No. 17 Highway, 866.22; Town of 
Parry Sound, 24.52; Railway Board Order No. 55860, construction, 2 subways, 
Stoney Creek, 15,716.05; R. J. Brewer, No. 36-99, gravelling, etc., North Bay 
easterly, 28 miles, 9,995.76; W. O. No. 1077, crushed gravel, east of North Bay, 
5,010.66; Brown & Forwell Paving Co., Ltd., No. 37-60, concrete pavement and 
asphaltic concrete, Kitchener to Elmira, 26,751.24. 

Cameron & Phin, No. 36-53, bridge, Canard River Bridge, 653.01; Campbell 
Construction Co., Ltd., No. 36-91, grading and culverts, Ormsby Road to 
Jan's Corners, 2,635.00; No. 36-91 exts., grading and culverts, Binklow south 
to Snow Road and Tudor twp., Lot 21, Con. 5 to Lot 20, Con. 9, 150,402.35; 
No. 37-117, proposed International Bridge, Gananoque easterly, 9.36 miles, 



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Contracts — Continued 



180,224.33; No. 37-117 ext. No. 1, 4 lane highway, Gananoque to International 
Bridge, 9.3 miles, 324,898.85; No. 37-117 ext. No. 2, grading and culverts, 
Mallorytown to International Bridge, 479,884.76; W. G. Campbell Engineer- 
ing & Construction Co., Ltd., No. 36-83, Walkerton Bridge, 1,680.90; Cana- 
dian Bridge Co., Ltd., No. 37-96, Ground Hog River Bridge, superstructure, 
Fauquier, 91,700.00; No. 37-124, Burk's Falls Bridge, 24,680.00; No. 37-238, 
Strathroy Bridge, Strathroy, 380.00; Canadian Indemnity Co., re Wheeler 
Construction Co., No. 37-2?, bituminous penetration pavement, 8 miles, 
Bath to Conway, 70,24 7.32; Canadian National Railways, Brown's Line Sub- 
wav, Weston, 79.28; Field Station Subway, 3,730.81; Gibson St., Subway, 
5,688.58; Morrisburg Subway, 1,758.74; St. David's Subway, 7,924.11; Stoney 
Creek Subway, 31,779.66; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Mac Tier Subway, 
7,093.71; Carter-Halls-Aldinger Co., Ltd., No. 37-119, grading and culverts, 
6.13 miles, Vineland Road to Martindale Road, 139,637.14; No. 38-01, con- 
crete pavement, sewers and mains, Plaza Point Edward International Bridge, 
dual approach to Emouth St., 138,432.07; Central Bridge Co., No. 37-215, 
Emily Creek Bridge, Little Current Ferry Road, 6,249.96; No. 37-287, W. O. 
No. 345, Frog Rapids Bridge, Dinorwic to Sioux Lookout, 40,009.56; Cham- 
bers, McQuigge & McCaffrey Co., Ltd., No. 37-65, Bituminous penetration 
pavement, Carleton Place to Franktown, 30,273.29; No. 37-82, grading and 
culverts, 7 miles, North Bay northerlv, 117,496.50; No. 37-279, grading and 
culverts, 4 miles, mile 19 to mile 23 north of North Bay, 189,080.86; No. 37- 
279 ext. 180, grading and culverts, 6 miles, north of Nipissing District, 57,674.28; 
Chatham Dredging & Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 36-59, Thamesville Bridge, 
1,322.00; Clyde Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-210, grading, culverts and 
2 bridges over Castor River, 1.6 miles south to Vernon to Metcalfe Corners, 
71,442.41; W. H. Code, No. 37-153, crushing stone, Mountain Grove to Fron- 
tenac Addington Boundary, 5,814.42; No. 37-154, crushed stone, 14 miles, 
Silver Lake to Mountain Grove, 13,5^2.90; No. 38-81, 1677, crushed stone, 
Carp to Almonte, 8,045.80; Constructing & Paving Co. of Ontario, Ltd., No. 
37-38, mixed macadam pavement, 13 miles, Keewatin to Manitoba Boundary, 
528,432.50; No. 37-277, grading and culverts, Heenan Highway from mile 6 
southerly, 856,143.55; No. 37-277, W. O. No. 1872, grading and culverts, 
Heenan Highway, 746,098.66; W. O. No. 1024, connecting link, 1 mile asphaltic 
concrete pavement, Town of Kenora, 18,830.26; A. Cope & Sons, Ltd., No. 
36-31, asphaltic concrete pavement, Long Branch to Port Credit, 766.00; 
No. 37-59, mixed macadam pavement, 3 miles, Binbrook to Black Heath, 
9,488.71; No. 37-234, grading and culverts, Ontario St. to Homer Bridge, 
53,118.48; No. 38-15, grading and culverts, 2.25 miles, Wawa to Helen Mine, 
5,590.28; C. C. Cornell, No. 37-18, penetration macadam pavement, 0.4 miles, 
Meaford easterly, 2,331.65; W. O. No. 1096, surface treatment, Binbrook to 
Black Heath, 1,194.39; Curran & Briggs, Ltd., No. 36-39, retread pavement, 
10.5 miles, Lindsay to Bobcaygeon, 4,242.55; No. 36-89 ext. grading and 
culverts, Echo Bay to C.P.R. crossing, 37,435.51 ; No. 36-146, grading and 
culverts, 10 miles, Portland to Pine Island Ferry, 8,415.48; No. 37-93. grading 
and culverts, Bancroft and Apsley to Paudash Lake, 111,405.91; No. 37-99, 
Lauzon, Port Lock, Shewfelt, Serpent River and Bar River Bridges, 5,894.83; 
No. 37-107, concrete pavement, 4 miles, Brockville westerly, 19,917.69; No. 
38-42, Echo Bay Bridge, 4,803.64. 

Damore Bros., No. 37-231, sidewalk, across Welland Canal east of St. Catharines, 
687.00; J. S. Dempsey, No. 37-189, crushed gravel 20 miles, Eganville westerly, 
33,825.31; J. G. Denstedt, No. 37-25, grading and culverts, Goderich to Kin- 
cardine, 16,408.33; Detroit River Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-238, Strath- 
roy Bridge, 3,784.16; Dibblee Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-57, concrete 
pavement, 5 miles, Chute a Blondeau to Point Fortune, 92,198.81 ; No. 38-83 and 
W. O. No. 1679, crushed gravel, Alexandria westerly, 8,899.47; Wm. Dillane & 
Sons, No. 36-62, structure and grading, east of Belleville, 2,328.76; No. 37-224, 
Cataraqui Bridge, 1,507.34; J. A. Dixon, No. 37-143, crushed gravel, Parkhill 
to Aux Sable, 238.85; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., No. 37-101 ext. 2901, super- 
structure, Naiscott Creek Bridge, 493.00; No. 37-270 ext. 701, superstructure, 
Keewatin Bridge, Keewatin, 78,339.69; No. 37-270 exts. 887 and 888, super- 
structure, Port Stanley, 189,475.00; W. O. No. 1507, floor repairs, Old Hogg's 
Hollow Bridge, 1,595.00; W. O. No. 415, superstructure, Elder Mills Subway, 
near Elder Mills, 5,958.29; Dominion Concrete Co., Ltd., and Holmes Con- 
struction Co., Railway Board Order No. 52198, Morrisburg Subway, High- 
way No. 31, 16,597.23; Dominion Construction Corporation, Ltd., No. 37-34 



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Contracts — Continued 



and exts., concrete pavement, 7 miles Porquis Junction to Timmins, 346,834.15; 
No. 37-280 ext., clearing and grading 6 miles, north of contract to boundary 
of Nipissing District, 109,536.73; No. 37-53, concrete pavement, Delaware 
to Mount Brydges, 657.11; No. 37-66, grading and culverts, 10.2 miles, High- 
way No. 20 to Grimsby West, 84,174.33; No. 37-67, grading and culverts, 
7.5 miles, Grimsby east to Jordan Harbour, 127,749.68; No. 37-222, grading 
and culverts, Otto Township, overhead, Kirkland Lake Road, 15,040.36; 
No. 37-222 ext. 1779, grading and culverts, Otto overhead to Kirkland Lake, 
124,083.96; No. 37-280, grading and culverts, 4.6 miles, from mile 23, north 
of North Bay, 191,024.13; Nos. 2789 and 2981, grading and 5 culverts, Town 
of Grimsby, 52,809.67; Don Construction, Ltd., No. 38-21, grading and cul- 
verts, 6.4 miles, Pickering Township, Rosebank Side Road to east limits of 
Lot 7, 156,793.20; W. C. Drury, No. 37-261, grading and culverts, 5 miles, 
north of Peter's Crossing to Clarendon, 48,770.40; Dufferin Paving Co., Ltd., 
No. 36-108, penetration pavement, Bolton south, 4.1 miles, 7,116.38; No. 37-33, 
concrete pavement, 7 miles, Sault Ste. Marie to Echo Bay, 21,480.50; D. V. 1, 
clearing and grading, Trans-Canada Highway, Dyment and Dryden, 31 miles 
approximately, 42,886.07; D. V. 2, clearing and grading, Trans-Canada High- 
way, Vermillion Bay and Dryden, 28 miles approximately, 99,852.62. 

East, John Co., Ltd., No. 37-105, 7 culverts and approaches, Rainy River District, 
2,631.40; No. 37-219, grading and culverts, Emo easterly, 14,439.03. 

Frid Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-21, restoration work, Fort Henry, 153,265.43; 
No. 37-21 D, restoration, Fort Erie, 65,519.41; No. 38-65, restoration, Fort 
Erie, 43,263.81; Railway Board Order No. 54644, Elder Mills Subway, sub- 
structure and superstructure, Elder Mills vicinity, 12,773.70; Frontenac Con- 
struction Co.. Ltd., No. 37-40, grading and culverts, 5.5 miles, Severn to Beaver 
Creek revision, 49,439.94; No. 37-41, grading and culverts, Foote's Bay to 
2.74 miles north of Glen Orchard, 116,143.76; No. 37-44, grading and culverts, 
6.1 miles, south 4 miles to south of Cochrane, 4,524.56. 

Gaffney Construction Co., No. 37-120, grading and 5 bridges, Mitchell to Elgin- 
field, 26,030.55; Galbraith Construction Co., No. 37-174, gravelling, 20 miles, 
Emo to Rainy River, 13,449.42; No. 37-176, crushing gravel, Barwick north, 
10,020.00; W. O. No. 116, grading and gravelling, Devin to Elmo, 4,918.36; 
G. A. Gibson & Sons, No. 37-227, New Sarum Bridge, 2,786.68; No. 38-39, 
Aux Sauble River Bridge, Highway No. 83, 11,786.15; No. 38-40, Mapleton 
Bridge, Highway No. 74, 7,476.00; W. O. No. 659, removal of old and con- 
struction of new culvert, Kilmartin Culvert, Glencoe to Alvinston, 2,073.35; 
Godson Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 37-111, asphaltic concrete, Jane St., to 
Silver Birches, 25,647.12; Nos. 1234 and 1570, laying approaches, Unionville 
Bridge, 3,418.50; Goldie Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-215, grading and 
culverts, Little Creek Ferry Road, 2,759.30; No. 38-27, Henley Course Bridge, 
Elizabeth Way, 85,835.72; No. 2821, Orland Bridge, 32.57; No. 2895, Union- 
ville Bridge, 12,872.26; Geo. S. Grant Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-78, 
mixed macadam, 5 miles, Parry Sound southerly, 229,127.53; No. 37-78 ext., 
mixed macadam pavement, Gordon Bay to south boundary of Parry Sound 
District, 72,977.53; No. 38-91, crushing gravel, Latchford south to Timagami, 
11,298.52; No. 38-92, crushed gravel, Matheson to Porquis Junction, 13,291.74; 
H. C. Gummo, No. 38-47, interior finishing of Brant House, Burlington, 3,866.00; 
Gustiana Construction Co., No. 1287, crushed gravel, Sudbury Division, 
8,766.69. 

Hadley, Chatham, Ltd., W. O. No. 2788, concrete pavement, 1700 feet, Petty- 
piece Curve, 6,668.40; Hadley, McHaffie Construction Co., Ltd., No. 36-92, 
and ext., grading and culverts, Dafoe Hospital to Trans-Canada Highway, 
7,319.02; No. 36-96, grading and culverts, North Bay to 1.4 miles westerly, 
17,816.04; No. 36-96 ext., grading and clearing, Camanda Overhead westerly, 
89,016.70; No. 36-119 and exts., grading and culverts, 7.5 miles, Pointe-au-Baril 
northerly, 157,394.54; No. 36-121 and ext., grading, culverts and bridges, 
Camp No. 5, to Timiskaming, 71,802.59; No. 179, Timiskaming Dam, Poitras 
Twp., Nipissing District, 9,799.25; Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., No. 37-272, 
bridge superstructure, Sarnia, 159,757.97; No. 37-286, superstructure swing 
span, Huntsville Bridge, 27,486.00; No. 38-98, superstructure, Wabigoon 
Bridge, Wainwright Twp., Dryden to Vermillion Bay, 7,950.00; No. 38-04A, 
superstructure, Schumacher Bridge, 5,187.00; No. 38-25A, Jordan Creek, 
superstructure, Elizabeth Way, 12,970.00; No. 38-45B, Lost River Bridge, 



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superstructure, North Cochrane District, 13,740.20; Hamilton Sodding & 
Landscape Co., No. 684, sodding traffic circle, Stoney Creek, 5,877.81; S. 
A. Hanes, No. 37-195, crushed gravel, Dwight to Tea Lake, 833.55; Harold Har- 
vey, No. 37-14, concrete pavement, 6.3 miles, Burford to Oxford County Line, 
61,708.75; No. 37-150 ext. 2419, crushed stone, Actinolite westerly, 6,909.60; 
No. 1471, crushing stone, north and south of Vernon, Highway No. 31, 5,162.68; 
No. 2072, crushed stone, 1.6 miles south of Vernon to 7.8 miles north of Met- 
calfe Corners, 7,081.73; Harvey Construction Co., No. 2877, crushed stone and 
scarifying, Howe Island, 4,087.30; Harvey & Irvine, No. 37-07, 10 ft. concrete 
pavement, 9.1 miles, Alexandria to McCrimmon's Corners, 122,279.62; No. 
37-220, grading and culverts, 3.2 miles, Dacre to Eganville, 70,198.58; Hennessey 
& Hennessey, Ltd., No. 37-85, grading and culverts, 4 miles, Englehart to 
Dane, 150,483.73; M. G. Henniger, No. 36-34, mixed macadam pavement, 
5.25 miles, Perth to Port Elmsley, 19,684.62; No. 37-62, mixed macadam 
pavement, 7 miles, Perth westerly, 1,656.38; Hewitson Construction Co., 
Ltd., No. 37-140, surface treatment, 12 miles, Fort William to International 
Boundary, 2,367.18; Higgins & Mills, No. 37-1904, dismantling old blast furnace, 
Fort William, 2,437.58; Holdcroft Construction Co., Ltd., No. 36-90, grading 
and culverts, 4.3 miles, Barry's Bay to Combermere, 1,753.21; No. 37-26, 
grading and culverts, 5.8 miles, Godfrey to Verona, 20,288.81; No. 37-29, 
grading and substructures, Tweed Bridge, 9,966,98; No. 37-95, grading and 
culverts, Mavnooth to Combermere, 119,727.02; No. 37-96, Ground Hog 
River Bridge, Fauquier, 57,418.08; Holmes Construction Co., Ltd., No. 38-99, 
Muskrat River Bridge, Pembroke, Highway No. 17, 5,776.29; Roy Honsberger, 
No. 36-28, concrete pavement, 5.75 miles, Brown's Line to Mississauga Road, 
27,763.50; No. 36-46, grading and culverts, 5 miles, Picton to Glenora, 1,447.94; 
Honsberger Construction Co., No. 37-08, 10 ft. concrete pavement, 8.35 miles, 
Ailsa Craig to Parkhill, 101,959.65; No. 37-11, concrete pavement, 3.9 miles, 
Mississauga Road to Sheridan, 38,845.60. 

Industrial Construction Co., Ltd., No. 36-85 ext. 1890, crushing stone, Pelee 
Island, 986.25; No. 37-70, grading and culverts, 6 miles, Maidstone, Howard 
Ave., Highway No. 3, 41,101.87; No. 38-69, grading, sewers and mulch surface, 
St. Thomas Mental Hospital, 16,667.07; Edgar Irvine, No. 37-276, grading 
and culverts, Erinville southerly, 28,182.27; W. O. No. 655, oil dustlayer, 
Thessalon east, 28.5 miles to Day Mills, 1,449.88; W. O. No. 711, surface 
treatment. Pembroke west, 6 miles, and 1 mile in Town of Pembroke, 2,079.16; 
W. O. No. 1445, crushed gravel, Napanee north, 3,750.00; Edgar Irvine Co., 
Ltd., No. 36-22, and ext., 10 ft. concrete pavement, 7 miles, Lancaster northerly, 
10,289.76; No. 37-162. crushed gravel, Port Alexander to Houghton, 8,260.40. 

Jennison, W. F., No. 37-142, crushed gravel, 2.5 miles, Wise Beach to Grand 
Bend, 8,800.00; W. O. No. 1123, gravelling 5 miles, Bosanquet Twp., 1,320.00; 
Johnson Bros. Co., Ltd., No. 36-44, grading and culverts, 6.1 miles, Young's 
Point to Burleigh Falls, 519.75; No. 37-19, Bituminous macadam pavement, 
9.1 miles, Port Burwell northerly, 9,908.54; No. 37-20, grading and penetration 
pavement, 7 miles, Warkworth Side Road southerly, 3,633.37; No. 37-157, 
crushed stone, 22 miles, Burleigh Falls to Apsley north, 16,938.16; No. 37-226, 2 
bridges in Vienna, Otto Creek, Bayham Township, 22,631.45; No. 37-221, 
grading and culverts, 10 miles, Apsley to Bancroft, 1,000.00; No. 37-259, 
grading and culverts, 11 miles, 5 miles north of Fenelon Falls to Junction of 
Burnt River Road and Bobcaygeon Road, 2,303.74; No. 37-260, grading Bur- 
leigh Falls to Buckhorn, 279,507.04; A. E. Jupp Construction Co., Ltd., No. 
36-74, bituminous penetration, 6 miles, Campbellford to Warkworth, 1,436.69; 
No. 37-06, concrete pavement, 6.94 miles, Atherley South, 37,869.30; No. 
37-32 A, concrete pavement, Stinson C.P.R. crossing to Wanapitae, 55,101.26; 
No. 37-232, penetration pavement, Locust Hill easterly, 2.5 miles, also Mark- 
ham westerly, 0.25 miles, 289.62; No. 37-257, grading and culverts, 0.8 miles, 
Fennel's Corners, Innisfil Township, 6,635.64; No. 38-20, surface treatment, 
11 miles, Burk's Falls and Sundridge, 1,939.71; No. 38-76, crushed gravel, 
Beaverton to Port Bolster, 8,848.82; W. 0. No. 904, surface treatment, Langstaff 
easterly, 5 miles, Holland Landing, 3.5 miles, Schomberg to Nobleton, 6 miles, 
2,161.49. 

Kehoe, P. J., No. 37-250, gravelling, Minden to Stanhope to Sherbourne, 2,869.63; 
Keystone Contractors, Ltd., No. 36-112 ext. 2004, grading and culverts, Homer 
to Stanford, 33,041.48; No. 37-10, concrete pavement, 7 miles, Forest to south, 
1 mile in Thedford and 1 mile in Arkona, 77,392.02; No. 38-24, Grimsby Beach 



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underpass, Elizabeth Way, 15,127.11; No. 38-26, 15 and 16-Mile Creek Bridges, 
51,084.97; Kilmer & VanNostrand Co., No. 1026, resurfacing, Concord Sub- 
way, 3,154.56; King Paving Co., Ltd., No. 36-24 and ext. 1778, concrete pave- 
ment, Markham north, 5 miles, Flesherton south, 6.5 miles, 24,832.83; No. 
37-31, concrete pavement, 7 miles, Meadowside east and west, 33,520.42; 
No. 37-31 ext. 1795, grading and clearing, westerly, 10 miles Sturgeon Falls, 
81,327.41; No. 37-49, concrete pavement, 2 miles east of Spanish to 5 miles 
west, 193,968.27; No. 37-49 ext., grading and clearing, Spanish westerly, 
107,949.40; No. 37-54, concrete pavement, 6 miles, Berkely southerly, 144,799.80; 
No. 38-75, crushed gravel, Cookstown to Alliston, 6,800.00; Kirkfield Crushed 
Stone, Ltd., No. 1222, crushed stone, supplying and placing, Kirkfield south 
towards Lorneville, 22,500.00. 

Law Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-56 concrete pavement, Peterborough Bridge 
easterly, 23,901.69; No. 37-61, mixed macadam pavement, 6 miles, Owen 
Sound westerly, 135,376.02; No. 37-110, concrete pavement, Carrying Place 
to Consecon, 80,086.74; Leitch Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-75, Tillson- 
burg Bridge, 1,483.11; No. 37-98, Commanda Overhead Bridge, 15,043.95; 
No. 37-101, Naiscoot Creek Bridge, 1,686.02; No. 37-102, 8 culverts, Temis- 
kaming District, 895.04; No. 38-02, Highland Creek Bridge, Twp. of Scar- 
borough, No. 2 Highway, 17,399.50; Long Lac Construction Co., Ltd., No. 
38-48, Big Firesteel Bridge, Stedman Township, Highway No. 17, Schreiber 
to English River, 10,620.51; No. 37-1906, crushed gravel, east boundary of 
Kenora District, 93,772.44; A. Lothian, No. 37-124, Burk's Falls Bridge, 
12,853.64; No. 37-164, crushed gravel, 15 miles north of North Bay to northerly 
28 miles, 10,755.52; No. 794, crushed gravel, Field northerly, 7 miles, Field 
to River Valley, 10 miles, 4,572.04. 

McArthur & Alexander, No. 2876, supplying gravel, Erin to Caledon to Orange- 
ville, 1,998.80; McArthur Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd., No. 36-110, 
grading and culverts, Cookstown to Alliston, 24,581.60; H. J. McFarland, 
No. 37-48, bituminous penetration, 5 miles, Picton to Glenora, 16,209.19; 
No. 37-78, crushed gravel, Newcastle to Lindsay, 247.90; No. 38-80, crushed 
gravel, Picton to Coles Ferry, 7,125.00; McGinnis & O'Connor, No. 36-36 
and ext., penetration macadam pavement, 14.42 miles, Kingston to Bath, 
28,630.23; No. 36-36 ext. 2251, penetration macadam pavement, 6.25 miles, 
Conway to Glenora Ferry, 85,874.67; W. O. No. 1005, surface treatment, 
14 miles, Bath Road, 4,041.92; C. L. McMurchy, No. 36-81, grading and 
culverts, 7 miles. Cold water to Warminster 3 458.49; No. 37-24 ext. 2754, 
C.P.R. Subway. Elder Mills, 17,655.35; C. L. McMurchy and H. Armstrong, 
No. 37-212, grading and culverts, Wasaga Beach to Elmvale, 32,304.88; Mc- 
Namara Construction Co., Ltd., No. 36-155, mixed macadam pavement, 
8 miles, New Liskeard, 2.5 miles north to 8 miles northerly, 121,223.31; No. 
37-39, mixed macadam pavement, 5 miles, Thornloe southerly, 350,061.32; 
No. 37-79 mixed macadam pavement, 6 miles, Englehart southerly, 581,097.37; 
No. 37-79 ext., mixed macadam pavement, 13.3 miles, Englehart northerly, 
296,870.03; No. 37-177, crushed ^ gravel, Cochrane to Hearst, 127,461.00; 
No. 37-179, crushed gravel, Swastika northerly, 450.67; No. 37-180, crushed 
gravel, 37 miles, Porquis Junction to Timmins, 75,709.41; No. 38-68, grading 
and culverts, 12 miles, Kenogami Lake Bridge to south end of Round Lake, 
243,263.74; W. O. Nos. 2323 and 1425, surface treatment, Latchford to New 
Liskeard, 2,396.40; W. O. No. 812, gravel mulch, 4 miles, Lamarche Town- 
ship, south of Cochrane, 9,482.02. 

Mackey, W. A., No. 36-78 ext. 2925, sodding, Bronte Side Road to Oakville, 
307.32; No. 37-68, grading and culverts, 6.36 miles, Orillia to Warminster, 
11,112.54; No. 37-258 and exts., grading and culverts, Markstay to Tank 
Creek, 275,549.92; W. O. No. 689, crushed gravel, Sudbury to Falconbridge, 
1,776.97; Wallace A. Mackey, Ltd., No. 37-258 and exts., grading and cul- 
verts, Markstay to Tank Creek, 164,000.38; John Maguire Contracting Co., 
Ltd., No. 37-169, crushed gravel, Highway No. 17, Nairn east and west, 14,247.29; 
No. 37-170 ext. 3303, crushed gravel, Highway No. 17, Massey east and west, 
16,200.00; No. 37-172, crushed gravel, Highway No. 17, Bruce east and west, 
9,975.00; No. 37-171, crushed gravel, Highway No. 17, Iron Bridge east and 
west, 7,123.15; Malvern Construction Co., No. 37-77, concrete pavement 
and grading, 4 miles, Blind River westerly, 206,130.88; No. 37-77 ext. 1893, 
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No. 37-47, grading and culverts, 6 miles, Latchford southerly, 125,699.00; 
L. T. Martin, Ltd., No. 37-284, grading and culverts, mile 72 to mile 77 north 
of North Bay, 435,956.96; Michigan Central Railroad Co., culvert at crossing, 
Maidstone, Sandwich Township, 1,260.60; Mohan Construction Co., Ltd., 
No. 36-97, grading and culverts, 1.3 miles, Serpent River, Indian Reserve, 
2 miles west of Cutler, 45,125.69; No. 36-98, grading and culverts, 2.8 miles, 
Lot 7, con. 2, westerly of Long Township, 13,774.29; Moore Electric Co., 
W. O. No. 870, lighting, Sarnia Bridge, 3.516.78; Robert Mowbray, No. 37-228, 
bridge, Woodstock, 4,176.02; Municipal Road Spraying & Oiling Co., Ltd., 
No. 38-17, surface treatment, 15 miles, Stratford Division, 2,555.01; Frank 
Munroe, No. 38-45, Lost River Bridge and Mattice Culvert, Eilber Township, 
11,536.16. 

Non-Skid Pavement, Ltd., W.O. No. 945, Non-Skid trap pavement, Brockville 
to Prescott, 9,547.50; W.O. Nos. 959 and 1022, resurfacing, Orillia southerly, 
2.5 miles, 20,850.05; W.O. No. 1712, 2" Non-Skid pavement, crossovers, High- 
way No. 11, Mississauga Road to Oakville Side Road, 1,741.43; Northern Paving 
and Materials, Ltd., No. 38-93, crushed gravel, Swastika to Bourkes, 11,262.38; 
Northland Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 38-22, grading and culverts 6.7 miles, 
east limits of Lot 7, Pickering Township to line between Lots 15 and 16, Whitby 
Township, 209,443.11. 

Ontario Bridge Co., Ltd., No. 37-124 ext. 3404, superstructure, Burk's Falls 
Bridge, 6,525.00; No. 37-286 ext. 3398, superstructure swing span, Huntsville 
Bridge, 7,152.62; Ontario Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-97, Mattawisquia 
Bridge, 2,432.48; No. 37-125, Cameron Bay Bridge, 16,418.73; No. 37-126, 
Kenogami Bridge, 8,547.38; No. 37-214, grading and culverts, 1 mile north 
of South River, 145.50; No. 37-264 and ext. grading and culverts, Sudbury 
east }4. mile and Coniston west x /i mile, 191,988.36; Ontario Rock Co., W.O. 
No. 1276, supplying crushed stone, Campbellford to Havelock, 3,747.38. 

Paget, J. R., No. 37-32, concrete pavement, 3 miles, grading and culverts 5 miles, 
Stinson east to Wanipitae, 144,421.48; No. 37-43, grading and culverts 5.4 
miles, Warren to Hagar View Bridge and Dunnett Culvert, 75,277.78; No. 
37-45, grading and culverts 9.7 miles, McKerrow Diversion, 92,580.55; John 
Patterson Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-122, three bridges over Humber 
River, Kleinburg southerly, 14,091.40; W.O. Nos. 1888 and 2438, erection 
of crib, also fill, Don River east-side, Highway No. 11, Hoggs Hollow, 3,313.61; 
Patterson Paving Co., Ltd., No. 37-71, grading separations, overhead cloverleaf 
and approaches, 20,472.04; No. 37-116, storm sewers grading and concrete 
pavement, Scarborough from Cenotaph westerly, 101,851.38; No. 37-255, 
grading and culverts 3.5 miles, Middle Road, Lakeshore Road to Brown's Line, 
221,425.88; John Pirson, No. 38-09 ext. 634, surface treatment oil dustlayer, 
Port Hope Division, 1,244.84; Railway Board Order No. 53467, St. David's 
Subway, 4,735.28; Premier Construction, Ltd., No. 37-282, grading and cul- 
verts, 4 miles, mile 63 to mile 67 north of North Bay, 469,797.54; No. 38-28, 
crushed gravel, Oxdrift to point 14 miles west of Vermillion Bay, 34,513.50; 
Provincial Road Spraying & Contracting Co., Ltd., W.O. No. 656, oil dustlayer, 
Turbine west, 28.5 miles, 1,431.06. 

Quinte Construction, Ltd., No. 36-118, and exts., grading and culverts, Bala 
Road Overhead and Bala to Glen Orchard, 30,594.36. 

Rayner Construction, Ltd., No. 37-05, concrete pavement and grading, 4 curves, 
112,100.99; No. 37-30, concrete pavement, 7 miles, Powassan southerly, 
205,555.55; No. 37-158, crushed gravel, 18 miles, Rosedale to Haliburton 
County Line, 5,090.56; No. 37-218, grading and culverts, Sowerby to Thessalon, 
305,519.50; No. 37-218 ext. 1902, widening rock cut, west of Thessalon, 20,575.92 ; 
No. 37-217, grading and culverts, 3 miles, Bruce Mines to Portlock, 87,179.39; 
No. 37-270, Channel Bridge, Keewatin, 198,870.78; No. 37-270 ext. 1822, bridge 
and approaches, entrance to Town of Keewatin, 23,382.30; No. 37-287, Frog 
Rapids Bridge, Sioux Lookout to Dinorwic, 77,095.41; No. 36-130, Nipigon 
River Bridge, 24,017.30; Road Builders, Ltd., No. 37-213, grading and culverts, 
Belleville east to C.P.R. crossing, 33,651.16; No. 37-262, grading and culverts, 
8.9 miles, Griffith to Shamrock, 106,927.44; Ronco Brothers, No. 37-263, storm 
sewers and sodding, Kleinburg to Bolton, 578.02; Routly Construction Co., 
Ltd., No. 37-63, bituminous penetration, 3.8 miles, Glenvale to Murvale, 
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81,870.53; No. 38-43, crushing gravel, Port Perry to Cavan, Highway No. 28, 
7,164.00; Runnymede Iron & Steel Co., No. 38-02 B, superstructure, Highland 
Creek Bridge, Highway No. 2, Scarborough Township, 81,400.00; No. 38-26 A, 
superstructure 15 and 16 Mile Creek Bridge, 24,758.40; No. 38-42 B, superstruc- 
ture, Echo Bay Bridge, 6,100.00; Russell Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-118, 
Sarnia Bridge approaches, 3,322.83; Ryan Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 37-23, 
moving award ditches 3 miles, south of Wallaceburg, 18,923.54; No. 37-50, 
concrete pavement, 10.5 miles, Wallaceburg to Port Lambton, 48,242.18; W. O. 
No. 936, resurfacing and widening concrete pavement, Howard Ave., Windsor, 
east on No. 3 Highway, 14,837.30; W. O. No. 1021, grading and culverts, 3.3 
miles, Point Edward to Perch Creek, 17,353.00. 

St. Clair Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 36-114 ext. 2059, grading and culverts, 
5.3 miles, Forest northerly, 1,652.99; No. 36-114 ext. 2509, Brown's Creek 
Bridge, Watson to Alvinston Road, 6,148.44; No. 37-74, Shawana Creek Bridge, 
north of Forest, 73.45; T. Sandy, W.O. No. 3164, crushed gravel, Amberly to 
Lucknow. Bavfield to Goderich, 6,223.73; Sandy & Salkeld, No. 38-73, crushed 
gravel, Wingham and Amberly to Port Albert, 6,020.18; No. 38-74, crushed 
gravel, Bluevale to Harriston and Elmire east and west 6,993.02; Sarnia Bridge 
Co. Ltd., No. 37-272 A, erection of superstructure, Sarnia and Port Huron 
Bridge, 39,000.00; Scott-Jackson Construction Co. Ltd., No. 37-109, concrete 
pavement 4-lane, cloverleaf and 4" black base, Highway No. 25 to Highway 
No. 2, also traffic circle, 89,531.91; No. 37-230, concrete pavement, Aylmer 
northerly, 62,184.35; No. 38-23, Red Hill Creek Bridges 1 and 2, Elizabeth 
Way, 31,909.00; Shea & Shea, No. 37-229, Indian River Bridges No. 3 and 4, 
2,077.70; Sherman Contracting Co., Ltd , No. 38-70, crushed gravel, Highway 
No. 79 from Highway No. 2 to Watford, 1,185.00; No. 38-71, crushed gravel 
Highway No. 18 A, Kingsville to Maiden Centre, 5,586.00; Springer & Beatty, 
No. 37-155, crushed stone, Hungerford and Corbyville to Thomasburg, 5,298.56; 
Standard Paving, Ltd., No. 36-76 and ext., grading and culverts, 12 miles, 
Brockville to Mallorytown side road, 442,951.44; No. 36-100, 4 bridges east of 
Nipigon, 4,076.82; No. 37-101, 4 bridges west of Nipigon, 17,797.99; No. 36-142, 
grading and culverts, 5.6 miles, Elk Lake to Matachewan, 104.71; No. 37-55, 
concrete pavement, 6 miles, 1 mile north of Thornton to Barrie, 237.68; No. 
37-58, concrete pavement, 5 miles, Hanover easterly, 49,783.43; Sterling Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., No. 37-211, asphaltic resurfacing and widening bridge, 
St. Joachim to east and west on Highway No. 2, 62,937.19; No. 37-256, grading 
and culverts, 5.21 miles, Waubaushene to Port McNicol, 40,322.61; No. 38-29, 
concrete pavement, 8 miles, Pine Island to Echo Bay, 103,382.00; No. 38-29, 
W.O. No. 1891, clearing and grading St. Joseph's Island Ferry Road, 42,305.75; 
W.O. No. 756, surfacing approaches, Canard River Bridge, 3,111.00; C. L. 
Storey, No. 36-72, crushed stone, Wolfe Island, 5,134.03; Storms Contracting 
Co., Ltd., No. 37-190, crushed gravel, Bancroft northerly, 32,206.14. 

Tomlinson Construction Co., Ltd., 36-113, grading and culverts, Dundas north 
on Brown's Line, 4,245.96; No. 37-36, mixed macadam pavement, 8 miles, 
Fort William to Kakabeka Falls, 31,883.14; No. 37-37, mixed macadam pave- 
ment, 6 miles, Port Arthur westerly on Dawson Road, 102,901.20; No. 37-42, 
grading and culverts, 8 miles, North Bay northerly, 42,491.17; No. 37-46, 
mixed macadam pavement, 8 miles, Crozier westerly, 287,428.48; No. 37-69, 
grading and culverts, 8.5 miles, Schomberg westerly, 11,460.11; No. 37-114, 
grading and culverts, 3.33 miles, Elder's Mills to Kleinburg, 46,014.68; No. 
37-278, grading and culverts, 4 miles, mile 15 to mile 19 north of North Bay, 
90,706.58; No. 38-41, LaVallee River Bridge, Highway No. 17, Devlin Township, 
12,103.80; Towland Construction Co., Ltd., No. 36-138, premix retread, 4.1 
miles Southampton east, 93,814.50; No. 37-03, concrete pavement, 7.7 miles, 
3 miles north of Blyth to Wingham, 14,267.70; No. 2886, crushed gravel east and 
west of Wingham, 8,396.50; A. Tuyl, No. 37-1903, painting bridges, Kaministi- 
quia, Slate River, Stanley, Kakabeka Falls and Sunshine Bridges, 348.00. 

Vernon Construction Co., Ltd., No. 38-77, crushed gravel, Bolton northerly, 
7,300.00. 

Wainwright, J. E., No. 2740, grading, Jarvis and Hagersville C.N.R. crossing, 
4,103.53; No. 37-208, W.O. No. 306, grading and culverts, New Glasgow easterly, 
Aldborough Township, 28,113.49; No. 38-06, W.O. No. 635, surface treatment oil 
dustlayer, Chatham Division, 2,983.14; W. Walters, No. 3733, construction dry 
stone wall, Washington Church, Kingston Road, Scarborough, 1,451.00; Warren 



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Contracts — Continued 



Bituminous Paving Co., Ltd., No. 37-112, mixed macadam, 12 miles, Lindsay 
to Hillhead, also Cameron to Fenelon Falls, 139,732.04; No. 38-86, crushed 
gravel, Carnarvon to south boundary of Haliburton, 9,309.30; Wheeler Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., No. 37-04, concrete pavement, 5.1 miles, Froomfield toSarnia, 
4,000.00; Whitehead & Decourcy, No. 37-253, %" crushed gravel, 7 miles, 
Rosseau to Barnsdale, 10,200.00; Whitmore & McArthur, No. 38-82, crushed 
gravel, Beachburg east and west, 8,900.01. 

Yundt, W., No. 37-156, crushed gravel, Eramosa Road, 6,000.00; No. 38-72, crushed 
gravel, Hensall to St. Joseph and Grand Bend to Rosedale, 11,543.70; Jacob 
Yundt & Sons, No. 37-247, crushed gravel, Dunlop to Port Albert, 2,910.00; 
No. 37-248, crushed gravel, Kincardine to Amberley, 5,119 62. 

Zimmerman Construction Co., Ltd., No. 2468, alteration to pavilion, Fort Erie 
Park, 3.774.60. 

Total 22,222,457 54 

Material and Supplies: 

Cement 948,648 76 

Bituminous Materials 787,463 05 

Equipment Repairs and Replacements 475,923 80 

Stone 416,816 12 

Calcium Chloride 312,209 97 

Steel 271,389 78 

Car Mileage 269,628 21 

Gas and Lubricants 255,551 44 

Material and Services 217,672 03 

Gravel 168,753 73 

Traffic Lights and Signal 155,749 12 

Culverts, Steel 154,492 67 

Compensation and Insurance 141,029 19 

Moving Poles, Public Utilities 117,596 61 

Lumber 96,581 83 

Snow Clearing 96,112 72 

Dust Layer 82,451 72 

Fencing Material 78,721 42 

Sand 63,316 79 

Travelling Expenses 59,128 09 

Creosoted Lumber 49,031 94 

Culverts, Concrete 48,166 62 

Snow Fence 47,633 74 

Hardware 46,312 33 

Board of Men 45,810 15 

Municipal Work 45,495 51 

Road and Other Equipment 44,795 23 

Rentals and Storage 41,610 60 

Posts, Wood 41,235 65 

Salt 39,198 12 

Sidings and Wig Wags 37,190 38 

Signs 37,050 29 

Paint and Supplies 32,676 39 

Consulting Engineering Services 30,615 69 

Posts, Steel 28,096 91 

Explosives 25,008 23 

Telephone and Telegraph 22,891 26 

Trees, Shrubs, etc 22,828 82 

Office Expenses 16,719 69 

Hand Rails 15,169 33 

Coal and Wood 14,137 91 

Gully Grates, Catch Basins, etc 13,998 88 

Sidewalks 13,934 15 

Inspecting and Testing 12,736 76 

Kerosene 11,814 21 

Tile 9,536 69 

Camp Supplies 9,052 91 

Light, Heat and Water 8,926 40 



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Material and Supplies — Continued 

Railway Crossings 8,642 35 

Miscellaneous 5,787 38 

Blacksmithing 5,534 73 

Guard Rail Material 4,740 28 

Taxes and Drainage Assessment 4,192 60 

Borrow Pits, Fills, etc 2,917 69 

Expansion Joints 1,742 27 

House Moving 1,735 75 

Rental of Trucks 1,499 89 

Advertising 854 90 

$6,018,559 68 

Abbs, Wm„ 102.45; Roy J. Aberle, 376.17; Abitibi Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 235.01 ; 
Acme Paint & Varnish Co., Ltd., 131.25; Acme Roofing & Furnace Repairs, 
238.50; J. D. Adams, 1,085.56; J. D. Adams Ltd., 9,373.84; Jas. J. Adams, 
521.91; Adams Service Station, 279.15; H. H. Adamson, 105.52; Aero Cushion 
Tire Agency, 1,761.73; Agawa Construction Co., Ltd., 170.49; Agnew's Garage, 
154.89; Aiken & MacLachlan, Ltd., 1,074.31; Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 
287.37; Ailsa Craig Farmers' Co-Operative Co., Ltd., 121.13; Wm. A. Akins, 
101.97; Twp. of Albemarle, 140.00; W. R. Alder, 890.15; Alford Electric, 
126.32; Algoma Central & Hudson Bay Railway Co., 820.42; Algoma Laundry, 
225.45; Algoma Steel Corporation, Ltd., 2,934.31; J. B. Allan, 105.32; W. T. 
Allan, 387.44; Allatt Machine & Tool Co., 1,374.38; Allen's Motor Sales, 
1,010.73; Geo. Allen Co., 353.20; G. A. Allen, 258.40; S. Allen, 195.30; Allenford 
Rural Telephone Co., 448.20; H. R. Allison, 147.30; Almonte Garage, 270.20; 
Amberley Garage, 110.75; Town of Amherstburg, 1,476.76; Y. Andersen, 
3,040.04; Anderson's Service Station, 786.85; Alex. Anderson, 529.71; Jas. A. 
Anderson, 1,149.06; N. C. Anderson, 148.25; Oscar Anderson, 379.76; W. A. 
Anderson, 1,502.78; K. B. Andre, 223.68; G. P. Angus, 1,567.91; Angus & 
Taylor, Ltd., 284.82; J. Anscombe, 308.84; Anstee Truck Co., 154.56; A. W. 
Antcliff, 273.60; Apsley Garage, 502.44; Architectural Bronze & Iron Works, 
160.00; Argo Petroleum, Ltd., 574.07; Jas. A. Arkils, 229.41; Arkona Hydro- 
Electric Commission, 106.05 ; John L. Armour, 638.50; Armstrong Bros., 
1,430.41; Armstrong Bros. Construction, 8,467.97; Armstrong Bros. Crushing 
Co., 245.40; Armstrong Cork & Insulation Co., Ltd., 209.30; E. F. Armstrong, 
793.91; J. G. Armstrong, 150.68; L. F. Armstrong, 180.50; F. B. D.Arnold, 
347.08; Arrow Garage & Service Station, 632.58; Art Metropole, 1,799.81; 
J. W. Asbury, 200.56; Arthur E. Asselstine, 240.00; W. H. Atkins, 108.72; 

B. J. Atkinson, 141.12; Frank Aussem, 166.18; F. D. Austin, 174.58; Auto Electric 
Service Co., Ltd., 312.24; Automatic Electric Manufacturing Co., 121.79; 

C. Aylward, 292.50; T. Ayres, 446.85. 

Baby, John D., 439.52; Bage's Service Station, 295.78; Bailey Bros., 160.00; 

D. C. Baird, 3,591.22; W. J. Baird, 2,944.52; E. Baker, 1,227.57; Geo. E. Baker, 
302.39; Gerald R. Baker, 218.05; W. R. Baker, 624.49; A. L. Baldwin, 1,379.74; 
H. J. Baldwin of Canada, Ltd., 252.20; O. J. Ball, 1,295.79; Ball Planing Mill 
Co., Ltd., 100.10; Jas. Ballantyne, 156.00; W. L. Ballentine Co., 9,744.72; 
G. R. Balloch, 368.84; J. S. Balsdon, 246.42; Bancroft Light & Power Co., Ltd., 
149.75; A. Barnes, 295.01; Barnes Battery & Ignition Service, Ltd., 557.78; 
Allan E. Barnett Lumber, 237.97; W. C. Barons, 116.48; Barrett Co., Ltd., 
(Montreal), 854.68; Barrett Co., Ltd. (Toronto), 55,112.44; L. D. Barrett, 
894.26; S. Barrie & Sons, 216.49; D. J. Barry, 1,486.89; Bartlett's Auto Electric 
Service, 195.24; M. G. Baskerville, 113.40; Battery Service Station, 236.69; 
J. Bawden, 2,732.60; P. Bawtinheimer, 300.00; Bay City Machine Works, 
136.22; T. W. Beach Garage & Service Station, 133.98; Beacock & Co., 371.40; 
Beamsville Lumber & Supply Co., Ltd., 372.85; Mrs. M. J. Bean, 284.87; 
W. D. Beath & Son, Ltd., 21,156.48; J. R. H. Beaton, 281.19; F. W. Beatty, 
888.31; Hector Beatty, 265.30; Estate of W. Beatty, 188.82; Wm. Beatty Co., 
Ltd., 436.87; E. L. Beaudro, 507.91; J. Bedard, 101.00; F. L. Beecroft, 637.07; 
R. Beilhartz, 541.81; F. V. Bell, 353.05; H. H. Bell, 780.11; H. P. Bell, 437.63; 
Bell Telephone Co. of Canada, 76,126.18; Belleville Public Utilities Commis- 
sion, 394.78; Geo. H. Belton Lumber Co., Ltd., 117.68; Benn Iron Foundry, 
3,451.82; Bennet & Elliott, Ltd., 642.53; I. W. Bennett & Son, 193.48; N. D. 
Bennett, 1,859.88; T. B. F. Benson, 1,231.00; Bergman & Nelson, 1,382.77; 
G. L. Berkeley, 3,335.63; Bernardi Construction Co., Ltd., 2,828.88; Bertrand 
Bros., 750.82; A. Best, 725.24; Bethlehem Steel Export Corporation, 9,451.10; 



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Material and Supplies — Continued 

H. Bierling, 132.94; C. Billington, 177.00; Binkley Motors, 806.56; Binks Manu- 
facturing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 270.37; J. F. Bishop, 201.08; R. W. Bishop, 
152.07; H. Bisson & Sons, 800.00; Bituminous Spraying & Contracting Co., 
Ltd., 7,549.62; Black Bros., 1,081.41; Black & Decker Mfg. Co., Ltd., 133.17; 
S. M. Black Co., 291.75; F. B. Blakely, 499.38; M. J. Blakely, 817.49; Blanshard 
Municipal Telephone System, 133.50; R. A. Blyth, 1,471.58; J. N. Boily, 345.10; 
G. Boland, 115.52; R. H. Bond, 1,323.90; R. E. Book & Sons, 678.45; M. W. 
Booth, 474.56; Twp. of Bosanquet, 148.84; Boston Motors, Ltd., 435.54; 
J. Both, 1,154.44; E. Boudreau, 115.70; Boulton Auto Service, Ltd., 165.48; R.H. 
Bourassa, 180.10; R. J. Bowen, 240.65; F. Bowhey, 178.48; Bowman Anthonv 
Co., Ltd., 461.38: J. C. Boyes, 292.55; R. Brabbs, 705.00; E. Bradenburg, 
158.20; Town of Brampton, 1,048.21; Brandram-Henderson, Ltd., 315.89; E. 
Brandwood, 971.20; County of Brant, 1,483.10; Brant Garage, 461.15; Brantford 
Coach & Body, Ltd., 3,273.94; Brantford Fuel & Supply, Ltd., 629.16; T. J. 
Branton, 4.326.40; F. Brason, 122.71; F. Y. W. Brathwaite, 866.10; L. Braun, 
204.00; P. W. Breithaupt, 146.42; J. R. Bresnan & Son, 156.03; Brighton Garage, 
107.42; G. Brisco, 1,014.25; I. Brisco, 600.28; British America Assurance Co., 
500.00; British & American Motors, Ltd., 220.80; British American Oil Co., 
Ltd., 103,295.02; M. C. Britt, 276.91; Brockville Lumber Corporation, Ltd., 
516.23; Brockville Public Utilities Commission, 179.71; W. T. C. Bromley, 
2,248.51; H. Brook, 104.60; Mrs. R. H. Brook, 258.60; Brooks Oil Co., 2,117.21; 
W. H. Brooks, 103.50; A. Brown, 186.49; D. Brown, 264.74; Brown & Forwell 
Paving Co., Ltd., 2,190.35; W. M. Brown, 300.58; C. W. Browne, 623.40; W. D. 
Brownlee, 921.30; F. C. Brownridge, 862.02; County of Bruce, 2,884.75; John 
A. Bruce & Co., Ltd., 228.54; Bruce Mines Garage, 423.49; Bruce Municipal Tele- 
phone System, 477.10; L. S. Bruce, 385.10; E. Brunette, 125.64; Brunner, Mond 
Canada, Ltd., 312,459.67; R. Y. Buckham, 124.50; Building Products, Ltd., 
3,439.47; G. Bulger, 111.10; R. P. Burchnall, 1.026.78; T. Burke, 586.85; 
Village of Burk's Falls, 113.30; Burlec, Ltd., 1,405.00; Burlington Beach Com- 
mission, 6,026.53; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 129,374.15; Burns & Co., Ltd., 
120.89; W. Burns. 116.42; C. E. Bush, 9,443.07; J. J. Bushey, 140.00. 

Caffery's, R. A. (Dick's) Hardware, 209.09; R. Cail, 268.05; J. Calaguiro, 125.00 
G. C. Calder, 572.50; S. A. Caldwell, 552.32; Twp. of Camden, 100.08; K 
Cameron, 206.00; Campbell Construction Co., Ltd., 170.30; Dave Campbell 
152.75; D. R. Campbell, 111.00; J. W. C. Campbell, 765.03; S. E. Campbell 
159.22; Campbell Steel & Iron Works, Ltd., 523.04; Campbell Timber Co. 
700.31; Wm. Campbell & Son, 268.14; Town of Campbellford, 208.90; R 
Campeau, 222.00; Canada Auto Top & Trimming Co., 193.84; Canada Building 
Materials, Ltd., 395.82; Canada Cement Co., Ltd. (Montreal), 605,513.83 
Canada Creosoting Co., Ltd., 23,351.68; Canada Crushed Stone Corporation 
Ltd., 44,154.14; Canada Culvert Co., Ltd., 24,371.76; Canada Decalcomania 
Co., Ltd., 370.42; Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., 42,848.06; Canada Iron Foun 
dries, Ltd., 3,061.99; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 819.05; Canada Paper Co., 3,261.20 
Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., 648.65; Canada Vitrified Products, Ltd. 
13,429.07; Canada Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., 18,971.72; Canadian Aggregates 
Ltd., 667.75; Canadian Bitumuls Co., Ltd., 80.264.52; Canadian Colortype 
Ltd., 2,392.88; Canadian Engineer, 281.00; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co. 
Ltd., 4,573.72; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 12,325.38; Canadian 
Industries, Ltd., 36,752.61; Canadian Ingersoll-Rand Co., Ltd., 1,682.97 
Canadian Inspection & Testing Co., Ltd., 1,087.38; Canadian International 
Paper Co., 236.35; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 176.75; Canadian 
Line Materials, Ltd., 3,471.59; Canadian Liquid Air Co., Ltd., 1,511.99; Cana- 
dian Lodi Super-Treads, 2,186.64; Canadian National Express Co., 1,408.20; 
Canadian National Railways, 212,833.42; Canadian National Telegraphs, 
1,442.60; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 47,920.91; Canadian Pacific Express 
Co., 846.90; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 86,493.62; Canadian Package 
Sales Co., Ltd., 117.78; Canadian Steel Corp., Ltd., 7,485 61; Canadian Sullivan 
Machinery Co., Ltd., 118.49; Canadian Telephones & Supplies, Ltd., 2,979.54; 
Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 145.77; Cansfield Electrical Works, Ltd,, 
684.44; Mrs. W. R. Capell, 160.00; Municipality of Carleton Place, 182.95; 
Carmichael Agencies, 1,800.00; A. C. Carr, 976.40; Malcolm Carrier, 103.62; 
Carroll Bros., 117.65; D. Carruthers, 152.00; Carter-Halls-Aldinger Co., Ltd., 
208.46; M. Carter, 379.46; E. A. Cash, 2,161.84; E. Cassel, 129.00; E. O. Cassel- 
man Garage, 323.65; Caswell Construction, Ltd., 195.85; R. Caughill, 285.44; 
W. T. Cavanagh, 135.35; Central Bridge Co., Ltd., 600.24; Central Garage 
(Cobden), 1,284.44; Central Garage (Minden), 143.53; Central Garage (Nor- 



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Material and Supplies — Continued 

wich), 104.65; Central Tile Brick Corp., Ltd., 935.85; Century Sales, Ltd., 
114.32; Chambers & Galbraith, 153.15; J. Chambers, 1,101.92; J. M. Channell, 
395.63; Charrette Estate, 122.15; Chatham Malleable & Steel Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 144.95; Chatham Public Utilities Commission, 264.31; Chaudiere 
Garage, 531.86; J. M. Cheevers, 131.00; Chenier's Hardware, 587.64; S. J. 
Cherry, 1,200.00; C. J. Chiddenton, 287.75; M. Child, 113.67; A. Chown & Co., 
Ltd., 349.83; Edwin Chown & Son, Ltd., 148.28; Christie Bros. Co., Ltd., 482.64; 
J. Christie, 662.50; W. W. Christopherson, 210.87; Chrysler Corp. of Canada, 
Ltd., 816.65; Chrysler-Plymouth Motor Sales, 495.45; H. Church, 135.20; 
Cities Service Oil Co., Ltd., 3,743.92; City Mesh Co. of Canada, 326.96; Clarence 
Street Garage, 331.99; Clark & Lewis, Ltd., 199.55; M. R. Clarke, 333.90; 
Ross E. Clarke, 1,018.75; R. J. Clarke, 159.47; W. A. Clarke, 2,432.79; C. F. 
Clarkson, 1,580.92; O. G. Clarkson, 808.03; D. W. Clayton, 193.03; J. D. Cleary, 
127.55; H. A. Cleave, 140.44; R. Clement, 264.35: Clip Mesh Co. of Canada, 
1,473.35; A. Cloutier, 101.35; Clyde Construction Co., Ltd., 210.00; Cochrane 
Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 2,102.46; Cochrane Machine Works, 439.09; Cochrane 
Public Utilities Commission, 404.85; Cockburn & Archer, 676.30; Cockshutt 
Plow Co., Ltd., 888.05; R. W. Code, 615.62; Colas Roads, Ltd., 32,429.21; 
Coldwater Crushed Stone, Ltd., 21,742.48; Coldwater Motors, 121.52; Cold- 
water Planing Mill, 123.31; W. S. Cole, 1,477.06; Coleman & Prest, 252.27; 
R. L. Coleman, 548.84; Collingwood Hardware Co., 100.26; J. T. Collins, 291.57; 
G. G. Collinson, 134.72 ; A. L. Colter, 532.01 ; J. T. Coltham, 2,025.79 ; Common- 
wealth Electric Corp., Ltd., 881.52 ; Compressed Air Equipment, Ltd., 493.34; 
Concrete Pipe, Ltd., 7,842.29; Conger Lehigh Coal Co., Ltd., 979.31; Conlin 
Bros., 574.25; G. H. Conlin, 174.89; Herbert L. Conlin, 34,634.12; D. Connelly, 
422.18; J. Connon, 219.75; Consolidated Lumber Companies, Ltd., 403.09; 
Consolidated Sand & Gravel, Ltd., 66,514.91; A. Constable, 171.00; Construct- 
ing & Paving Co., Ltd., 157.80; Construction Steel, Ltd., 2,440.05; Construction 
Supplies, 341.65; Consumers' Gas Company, 2,319.00; Consumers' Supply, 
209.12; Continental Salvage Co., Ltd., 336.86; Cook & Evans, 182.54; L. Cook, 
164.03; R. E. Cook & Sons, 113.05; W. Cook, 144.30; J. A. Coombs, 1,513.23; 
G. H. Cooper, 240.30; A. Cope & Sons, Ltd., 13,752.12; Copeland Milling Co., 
417.21; Copp Builders' Supplv Co., Ltd., 511.77; W. R. Corey, 714.40; C. C. 
Cornell, 7,576.23; J. S. Corner, 345.83; Twp. of Cornwall, 489.72; Corrugated 
Pipe Co., 17,888.16; M. B. Cosby & Son, 291.21; Coslett Machinery & Equip- 
ment Co., 4,980.97; J. Costello, 476.06; H. C. Cotter, 101.29; Wellington 
Couch & Sons, 5,172.63; E. Coughlin, 114.80; Jas. Cowan & Co., Ltd., 984.07; 

A. Cowden, 306.95; L. J. Coyle, 201.55; H. S. Crabtree, Ltd., 1,087.65; Craig 
Bros., 235.47; Crane, Ltd., 1,822.42; Crane Lumber Co., Ltd., 378.52; Cratt's 
Garage, 398.93; A. M. Crawford, 194.62; A. B. Crealock, 7,002.79; Crescent 
Wire & Iron Works Co., Ltd., 3,190.00; C. J. Cronin, 138.25; Crosby Service 
Station, 145.65; A. Cross & Co., Ltd., 902.57; Geo. W. Crothers, Ltd., 11,838.13; 
Crouse-Hinds Co. of Canada, Ltd., 4,536.04; E. G. Crowhurst, 569.03; Crown- 
Dominion Oil Co., Ltd., 2,811.17; J. L. Cruickshank, 574.20; Culley Electric, 
366.00; S. M. Culp & Co., 100.00; O. H. Culver, 129.50; S. A. Cummiford, 
1,025.80; M. N. Cummings, 118.36; Currie Products, Ltd., 29,378.61; L. Curry, 
165.75; A. J. Curtis, 252.85; Cutten-Foster & Sons, Ltd., 216.21. 

Dafoe, F., 242.95; J. M. Daigle, 1,226.57; Daily Commercial News & Building 
Record, 348.00; P. C. Dakers, 123.65; A. H. Dale, 126.90; R. G. Dalton Co., 
459.98; J. Damour, 235.65; D. Danielson, 674.40; E. B. Dargavell, 212.80; 
Darnell Corp. of Canada, Ltd., 135.74; M. Dart, 170.75; John Davidson & 
Son, 578.34; Davis-Smith-Malone Co., Ltd., 121.50; A. H. Davy, 180.00; 
R. Dawes, 162.48; Twp. of Dawn, 458.34; Fred Deagle Electric Service, 176.24; 

B. Deaken, 642.00; N. R. Dean, 109.80; O. Dean, 145.87; John Deere Plow 
Co., Ltd., 764.23; J. A. Degagne, 1,340.45; Delongchamp Cartage Co., Ltd., 
640.00; Deluxe Transportation Co., 134.42; Demick's Garage, 283.93; Denning 
Canadian Fence Co., 2,263.59; Dennisteel Corporation, Ltd., 110.37; J. & G. 
Denstedt, 541.88; J. H. Derby, 2,704.33; P. Derosbie, 135.45; Desbarats Garage, 
397.54; Devilbiss Manufacturing Co., 1,046.57; P. W. Devine, 866.21; W. A. 
Dewar, 175.35; Dibblee Construction Co., Ltd., 12,477.90; J. A. Dickey, 
5,673.64; Diesel Power, Ltd., 162.40; Wm. Dillane & Sons, 402.23; M. Murray 
Dillon, 318.04; Dingwall Motors, Ltd., 175.50; A. Dion, 125.00; Chas. A. Dion, 
161.00; District Hardware Electric, 205.69; District Services, Ltd., 7,399.21; 
J. Dixon, 150.75; Dobbie & Co., 294.48; G. E. Dobbs, 486.70; Dominion Bridge 
Co., Ltd., 2,719.53; Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., 574.34; 
Dominion Concrete Co., Ltd., 5,049.99; Dominion Construction Corp., Ltd., 



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Material and Supplies — Continued 

1,246.84; Dominion Motors, 226.00; Dominion Oxygen Co., Ltd., 1,725.74; 
Dominion Road Machinery Co., Ltd., 5,640.76; Dominion Rubber Co., Ltd., 
655.46; Dominion Salt Co., Ltd., 2,550.65; Dominion Sod Supply Co., 2,762.95; 
Dominion Steel & Coal Corp., Ltd., 3,258.39; Dominion Transportation Co., 
Ltd., 354.00; Dominion Wheel & Foundries, Ltd., 465.00; Donald-Hunt, Ltd., 
3,075.18; Donald Inspection, Ltd., 849.14; Donald Ropes & Wire Cloth Co., 
402.24; F. J. Donevan, 184.60; W. A. Dorrington & Son, 181.25; Twp. of 
Dover, 219.86; Dow's Auto Electric, 186.63; Dow's Service Station, 143.55; 
H. Down, 228.42; I. J. Downey & Sons, 317.08; Wm. Downey, 361.74; B. N. 
Downing, 1,590.00; J. P. Downing, 206.22; Dryden Motors, 193.83; Dryden 
Paper Co., Ltd., 124.36; Town of Dryden Public Utilities, 446.83; Dual Mixed 
Concrete & Materials, Ltd., 653.86; H. G. Dubblestine, 221.18; H. D. Duff, 
1,546.19; N. Duff, 111.78; County of Dufferin, 1,543.20; Dufferin Paving Co., 
Ltd., 479.80; J. J. Duffus Co., 103.23; Duncan Bros., 340.10; Duncan & Craig, 
528.42; J. B. Dunkley, 219.46; Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., Canada, 
1,121.57; W. W. Dunning & Son, 122.42; V. Dupont Garage, 231.77; Durance 
Motors, 1,013.76; Durance Motors, Sales & Service, Ltd., 690.52. 

Eames, C. J., 870.00; H. Earl, 211.96; East End Garage & Service Station, 535.51; 
East End Service Station, 257.07; Twp. of East Oxford, 733.00; Eastern Garage, 
181.67; Twp. of Eastnor, 136.44; Economy Service Station, 443.46; A. Elders, 
749.23; Electric Welding & Machine Works, 454.35; County of Elgin, 1,003.24; 
Elliott Autocar Trucks, 5,240.00; B. F. Elliott, 123.00; J. B. Elliott, 120.00; 
T. D. Elliott & Son, 238.31; Twp. of Elma, 144.75; Town of Elmira, 437.05; 
F. W. Elvidge, 294.52; W. Emlyn, 1,376.41; Empire Coal & Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 218.76; Endress & Auld, Ltd., 2,029.21; Engineering & Contract Record, 
227.40; Englehart Supply Co., Ltd., 150.29; English's Garage, 1,246.15; C. 
T. Enright, 577.71; Enterprise Sales & Distributors, 1,640.40; J. Eriksen, 
560.54; Erie Iron Works, Ltd., 155.72; N. Erwin, 142.40; Espanola Garage, 
1,292.70; County of Essex, 177.40; Essex Terminal Railway Co., 3,296.30; 
W. A. Evans, Jr., 1,197.54; Even-Cure, Ltd., 413.88; Evening Telegram, 
107.76; E. H. Everitt, 3,388.69; Excelsior Plate Glass Co., Ltd., 105.96. 

Fader, A. E., 325.41; W. E. Fairhall, 188.95; Falkirk Telephone Co., Ltd., 201.60; 
S. Farley, 102.85; Fay & Rombough, 200.23; Federal Truck Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 325.00; Fee Motors, 144.76; E. B. Fenner, 2,760.37; Fergus Quarries, 
2,656.09; H. D. Ferguson, 319.23; P. Fernane, 111.90; Ferranti Electric, Ltd., 
1,431.56; Field Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,062.36; W. J. Fielder & Son, 470.00; A. 
T. Fife & Co., 1,295.34; Finkle Electric, 125.45; Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 2,878.79; J. A. Fisher, 944.08; J. Fitzgerald, 185.11; 
Fitzgibbon & Clegg, 356.71; J. Fitzpatrick, 180.30; W. Fitzsimmons, 105.70; 
O. L. Flanagan, 198.60; P. M. Fleming, 133.17; P. M. Fleming, Ltd., 1,417.59; 
W. J. Flett & Son, 124.01; A. F. Flintoff, 1,361.97; John W. Fogg, Ltd., 148.45; 
W. Folz, 125.25; Fontaine Lumber & Timber Co., Ltd., 2,121.74; Z. Fontaine, 
652.81; N. B. Forbes, 2,461.36; T. Forbes, 127.97; C. Forrest, 131.92; Town 
of Fort Frances Public Utilities Dept., 187.82; City of Fort William, 865.35; 
City of Fort William Public Utilities, 481.12; Fortin Bros., 130.00; G. J. Foster, 
1,679.03; Four Wheel Drive Auto Co., Ltd., 8,293.21; F. J. Fownes, 1,225.17; 
W. C. Fox, 226.59; Forwell Sand & Gravel, Ltd., 1,597.00; Milton Francis 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 193.61; Franklin Lumber Co., 483.81; C. Fraser, 1,765.52; 
W. L. Fraser, 720.32; Fred's Super Service, 674.09; G. M. French Lumber 
Co., 441.59; Frid Construction Co., Ltd., 4,810.87; J. Friese, 108.40; R. W. 
Friend, 1,371.75; Frisby the Vulcanizer, 119.63; Frontenac Auto Electric 
Service, 186.46; Frontenac Construction Co., Ltd., 396.58; County of Fron- 
tenac, 372.10; Frontenac Quarries, Ltd., 337.95; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 
32,636.22; Frost Una Welding Co., Ltd., 766.58; W. J. Fulton, 1,335.76; Fwd. 
Motor Trucks Western, Ltd., 687.74. 

Gainsboro, Twp. of, 258.75; Galbraith Contracting Co., 572.25; Galbraith & 
Matthews, 357.35; H. L. Gallagher, 172.75; Gait Art Metal Co., Ltd., 13,342.91; 
Gait Public Utilities Commission, 319.61; Gamble Motors, 526.01; Garage 
Supply Co., Ltd., 771.45; Wm. E. Gardner, 166.00; J. Garland, 518.64; Thos. 
Garnett & Sons, 120.00; Garrigan Bros., 803.65; S. Garrod, 101.60; Gartshore- 
Thomson Pipe & Foundry Co., Ltd., 1,028.14; Garvin Hardware Co., 203.85; 
Gas Accumulator Co. (Canada), Ltd., 2,546.46; Gateway City Motors, Ltd., 
154.62; E. W. Geddes, 148.15; J. D. Gemmell, 595.76; General Motors Prod- 
ucts of Canada, Ltd., 19,503.85; General Service Garage, 336.48; General 
Steel Wares, Ltd., 281.90; General Supply Co. of Canada, Ltd., 16,110.30; 



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Material and Supplies — Continued 

George & Riching, 140.15; George & Shamess, 682.50; Georgian Bay Motors, 
Ltd., 736.34; S. Georgianni, 3,297.25; C. W. Gerber, 377.75; G. Angus German, 
17,311.70; Get Gas, Ltd., 1,097.47; C. W. Gibson, 439.11 ; E. L. Gibson, 321.18; 
F. R. Gibson, 1,786.51; Geo. Gibson, 234.77; G. A. Gibson, 3,951.12; M. M. 
Gibson, 3,068.09; Gibson Motors, 179.82; Jas. R. Giffen, 330.59; F. A. Gilbert, 
425.41; Gilbertson & Wilson, 5,538.75; G. H. Gillespie & Son, 284.70; R. O. 
Gilson, 829.54; H. H. Girouard, 493.95; J. H. Glanville, 633.14; Glengarry 
Telephone Co., Ltd., 502.56; Globe & Mail, 496.66; F. Goddard, 137.92; Goderich 
Salt Co., Ltd., 2,435.17; Goldie Construction Co., Ltd., 1,443.85; Golightly 
Bros., 231.85; G. H. Goodfellow, 169.94; Good Rich Oil Co., 444.00; Goodrich 
Silvertown Stores. 299.93; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
6,711.86; D. R. Gordon, 1,342.91; Geo. Gordon & Co., Ltd., 1,365.13; A. D. 
Gorrie & Co., Ltd., 721.19; D. A. Gorrie, 1,116.29; Twp. cf Gosfield South, 
134.66; D. Gove, 351.68; Ogle R. Gowan Memorial Temple Board, 900.00; 
M. J. Grace, 157.75; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 146.50; Grand River Railway Co., 
27,864.46; D. Grandmaitre, 346.40; Twp. of Grantham, 200.00; A. Gratton, 
1,697.70; G. Gray, 239.85; H. S. Gray, 160.00; H. T. Grav, 4,186.19; J. E. 
Gray, 2,717.09; Green's Camp, 103.68; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 243.72; 
Greenlee Tool Co., 192.30; N. H. W. Greenwood, 748.78; C. Griffin, 3,002.51; 
S. H. Griffin,. 133.40; A. Griffiths, 102.00; Grimsby Fuel & Feed, 176.73; Grimsby 
Natural Gas Co., Ltd., 92^.19; Grimsby Stove & Furnace, Ltd., 108.03; Town 
of Grimsby, 514.88; Grimsby Water Commission, 1,077.20; G. Groves, 355.00; 
J. Groves, 1,057.05; Groves Motors, 145.21; Guelph-Hudson Sales, 155.84; 
Guelph Sand & Gravel, Ltd., 7,893.80; Chas. A. Guenette, 311.68; Clo Gue- 
nette, 2,550.62 ; Guide Motor Manufacturing Co.. 574.66; F. Guidotti & Son, 
198.95; J. Guillemette, 274.66; A. Gullberg, 434.90; A. Guppy, 408.00; Gurnev 
Scale Co., Ltd., 3,124.36; Gutcher's Motor Service, 626.83; Gutta Percha & 
Rubber, Ltd., 2,240.71; Gypsum, Lime & Alabastine, Canada, Ltd., 101.81. 

Hadley-McHaffie Construction Co., Ltd., 5,241.54; Handleys Chatham, Ltd., 
2,748.06; Hagersville Quarries, Ltd., 9,614.56; J. J. Haigh, 3,369.70; Hailey- 
bury Lumber Co., 1 td., 578.06; Haldimand County Roads, 112.97; Haldi- 
mand Quarries & Construction Ltd., 6,228.43; Hall's Service Station, 531.04; 
W. J. O. Hall, 4,083.55; County of Halton, 1,216.43; A. Haman, 590.74; A. 
T. Hamer, 825.45; Hamilton's Wiper & Supplies, 176.50; Hamilton Bridge 
Co., Ltd., 4,391.00; Hamilton Builders' Supply, Ltd., 316.20; Hamilton City 
Corporation, 2,188.31; Hamilton Engineering Service, Ltd., 119.40; T. H. 
Hamlyn & Son, 243.11; W. J. Hammel, 1,803.11; T. H. Hancock, Ltd., 106.09; 
Hancock Tire Tread Co., 2,668.77; Francis Hankin & Co., Ltd., 764.20; 
B. Hannah, 194.89; G. F. Hanning, 1,536.29; W. A. Hare, 123.75; V. Harper, 
196.40; Harpham Bros., 929.28; E. Harris Co. of Toronto, Ltd., 187.33; J. 
Harris, 1,902.75; Harris Motors, Ltd., 375.32; John Harrison & Sons Co., 
Ltd., 981.72; T. F. Harrison, 493.22; Town of Harriston, 122.81; Hartzner's 
Service Station, 219.49; C. Harvey, 476.96; H. H. Harvey, 2,085.54; J. P. 
Harvey, 1,028.98; County of Hastings, 3,052.11; A. E. Hatherley, 171.03; 
Hay's Machine Shop, 144.27; Twp. of Hay, 974.00; H. Hayley, 1,707.43; G. 
Hayward, 296.46; A. F. Head, 210.00; W. Heaman & Son, 123.90; Hearst 
Lumber Co., 216.00; J. H. Heaslip, 346.10; Heating & Mining Supplies, Ltd., 
446.18; V. M. HembrurT, 170.76; Henry's Machine Shop, 280.35; W. Herbert, 
152.95; John O. Herrem & Son, 248.65; Hersey Motor Service, Ltd., 151.56; 
Town of Hespeler, 132.09; Hesson Lumber Co., Ltd., 549.53; J. L. Hewett, 
129.40; Hewitson Construction Co., Ltd., 10,308.47; W. Hicklin, 1,704.00; 
J. C. Higbee, 532.92; Higgins & Mills, 584.72; High Park Garage & Supply 
Co., 589.26; L. Hilborn, 101.40; Aaron Hill, 259.45; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 
10,899.53; Ralph Hill, 181.77; Edmund Hind Lumber Co., Ltd., 824.32; Hobbs' 
Motor Service, 112.38; Hobbs Hardware Co., Ltd., 550.70; Hocken Manu- 
facturers, Ltd., 130.39; Mrs. J. H. Hodder & Sons, 157.35; T. Hodgins, 139.00; 
E. S. Hoffer, 186.75; M. J. Hogan, 136.40; G. G. Hogg, 142.76; S. S. Holden, 
Ltd., 138.32; L. Holland, 1,421.38; Thos. J. Holland Co., 111.00; R. M. Hollings- 
head Co. of Canada, Ltd., 229.32; Honsberger Construction Co., 322.50; D. 
R. Hood, 140.35; G. Hopkins, 151.65; E. J. Hosking, 1,665.90; Houston Co., 
Ltd., 113.03; John Howard, 2,055.40; J. B. Howard, 2,578.54; Howard Sand 
& Gravel Co., Ltd., 355.38; H. S. Howden, 2,518.99; Howe & Hagerman, 
107.57; G. U. Howell, 1,078.93; Hubbel & Son, 246.38; E. S. Hubbell & Sons, 
1,239.71; G. M. Hubbell, 552.00; O. Hueston, 150.60; Hulin's Garage, 343.93; 
J. G. Hunelt, 152.57; Huntsville Planing Mills, 470.54; Huntsville Public 
Utilities Commission, 236.88; Hurd Bros., 154.05; County of Huron, 173.37; 



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Material and Supplies, etc. — Continued 

Hurt Bros., 166.00; G. F. Hutcheson, 228.57; P. Hutchings, 138.50; Wm. D. 
Hutchison, 246.15; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 85,994.99; 
Hydro-Electric System — Fort William, 114.52; Brampton, 635.43; Burlington, 
1,140.60; Grimsby, 101.01; North Bay, 424.79; Etobicoke, 1,040.97. 

Imperial Fuels, 857.50; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 348,955.89; Imperial Varnish & Color 
Co., Ltd., 1,269.28; Industrial Construction Co., Ltd., 300.00; A. C. Ingram,. 
2,944.81; J. S. Innes, Ltd., 10,930.92; Instruments, Ltd., 1,842.50; International 
Harvester Co. of Canada, Ltd., 39,180.71; International Transit, Ltd., 161.75; 
International Varnish Co., Ltd., 1,563.77; D. Irish, 110.70; Irvin Lumber Co.,. 
Ltd., 1,120.87; Edgar Irvine, 164.00; E. Irvine & Son, 1,231.00; M. Irvine,. 
2,874.03; B. L. Irwin, 603.55. 

Jack & Co., 242.12; Estate of A. D. Jackson, 572.80; J. E. Jackson, 1,045.42; 
Jackson & Tindle, Inc., 1,140.00; F. H. James, 1,515.99 ; James Street Hard- 
ware & Furniture, 247.29; Jerry's Garage, 355.56; W. H. Jessup, 699.65; H. 
John, 456.75; Johnson Bros. Co., Ltd., 3*1.62; C. I. Johnson, 760.73; Geo. 
W. Johnson, 175.53; Johnson Lumber Co., 878.10; L. C. Johnson, 2,066.13; 
Murray Johnson, 223.40; Peter Johnson, 943.27; Wm. M. Johnson, 834.82; 
Andrew Johnston & Son, 161.00; Johnston & Clarke, 1,225.90; D. T. Johnston, 
580.42; Johnston Motor Sales, Ltd., 4,858.48; T. Johnston, 642.68; Johnston 
Welding & Radiator Co., Ltd., 126.50; W. J. Johnston, 258.18; Gardiner John- 
stone, 212.30; Ernest H. Jones, 889.52; Geo. Jones. 473.18; Jones & Potts, 
115.02; Jones & Proctor Bros., Ltd., 28,708.00; Alex. Jordan, 179.00; W. P. 
Judson, 1,335.07; A. E. Jupp Construction Co., Ltd., 8,722.89. 

Kaladar & Northern Telephone System, 414.36; Kalbfleisch Bros., Ltd., 290.90; 
Wm. Kallio Hardware Co., 694.42; Fritz Kaltwasser, 157.70; Kam Motors, 
Ltd., 447.43; Kaministiquia Lumber Co., Ltd., 170.44; Kaministiquia Power 
Co., Ltd., 2,081.20; A. Kaurinoja, 295.93; G. W. Kav, 339.17; Jas. R. Kearney 
Corp. of Canada, Ltd., 175.00; J. Scott Kee, 2,949.28; Keenan Fence Co. r 
9,711.24; P. A. Keenan, 1,886.65; Keewatin Lumber Co., Ltd., 875.57; A. L. 
Kelly, 590.58; E. A. Kelly, 2.225.97; H. Kelly, 981.09; Village of Kemptville,. 
236.89; D. D. Kennedy & Sons, 183.79; Wm. Kennedy & Sons, Ltd., 573.76; 
E. R. Kenny, 957.24; J. C. Kenny, 1,353.85; Town of Kenora Utilities, 656.82; 
W. G. Keown, 250.23; Twp. of Keppel, 300.00; B. Kerr, 1,563.22; Kerr Equip- 
ment Co., 4,621.57; F. Kerr, 268.50; R. A. Kerr, 275.00; Keyes Supply Co., 
Ltd., 5,516.62; P. Kidder, 403.48; King's Printer, M 82.28; F. King & Son, 
110.00; King Paving Co., Ltd., 3,223.19; T. Kinghorn, 131.65; Kingsboro 
& Baxter, 414.92; Kingston Public Utilities Commission, 153.28; Kingston 
Road Lumber & Coal, 216.36; Kingston Sand & Gravel, Ltd., 300.00; T. S. 
Kirby Co., Ltd., 538.74; Kirkfield Crushed Stone, Ltd., 10,198.55; V. Kitching, 
245.75; C. Kloepfer, Ltd., 231.14; W. Klomp, 363.25; H. P. Knifton, 638.29; 
Kovinsky Bros., 117.10; John Kron & Son, 178.56. 

Labatt, John, Limited, 1,562.51; P. Labbe, 123.83; Jos. O. Labine, 585.15; Labom- 
bard Auto Electric, 224.76; L. Lachapelle, 147.00; Lackie's Transport, 183.96; 
J. A. Lacombe, 405.44; F. Ladouceur, 215.00; J. A. Laflamme and Beauchesne 
Bros., 148.88; J. Lafontaine, 100.05; R. Laframbois, 2,223.00; F. Laframboise, 
155.16; Laidlaw, Belton Lumber Co., Ltd., 485.64; C. T. Laidlaw, 386.42; 
Laidlaw's Garage, 498.06; Lakehead Motors, Ltd., 216.19; Lakehead Oil, 
Ltd., 669.83; C. J. Lalonde, 129.93; J. A. Lalonde, 151.00; F. L. Lambert, 
334.22; Lambeth Garage, 174.67; G. M. Lamoure, 136.70; M. Lamy, 417.20; 
County of Lanark, 1,538.00; P. Landry, 295.96; Dept. of Lands and Forests, 
2,404.22; Langelier, Ltd., 155.78; H. B. Langford, 106.33; Langford Trans- 
port, 1,801.63; J. N. Langman, 1,215.23; V. B. Lankin, 1,200.00; Larder Lake 
Garage, 229.12; F. C. Latty, 550.41; F. L. Laundry & Co., 189.88; R. P. G. 
Laurence, 129.35; Law Construction, Ltd., 465.16; Gordon Law, 291.90; R. 
E. Law Crushed Stone, Ltd., 4,809.08; Estate of Kate M. Leach, 125.00; 
Town of Leamington, 2,448.71; E. Lebert, 468.87; John Leckie, Ltd., 1,426.47; 
W. J. Lee, 271.55; J. H. Leeder, 627.65; G. Lehtinen, 720.00; H. Lehtinen, 
2,874.96; J. S. Leitch, 105.60; Lejeune Bros., 937.90; A. Lemieux, 103.85; 
P. H. Lennon, 210.00; County of Lennox and Addington, 1,887.50; Lennox 
Equipment and Supply Co., 2,444.07; W 7 . W. Leonard, 330.11; E. Leroux, 
163.90; Lucien Leroux, 499.95; Lesage Motor Sales, 111.49; Estate of A. 
Levesque, 180.00; C. C. Levie, 512.33; S. Levitt, 264.20; Levy and Westwood 
Machinery Co., 1,907.08; Limestone Products, Ltd., 14,448.36; W. A. Lindop, 
110.44; Lindsay Hardware Co., Ltd., 128.65; Town of Lindsay, 11,156.95; 



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Material and Supplies — Continued 

Line and Cable Accessories, Ltd., 1,346.00; J. A. Link, 274.19; F. A. Linquist, 
317.86; Liskeard Auto Parts Co., 176.70; S. A. Lister, 129.60; Litt's Garage, 
460.54; D. Little, 118.25; Lamont Livingston, 102.25; Jos. A. Lobraico, 2,446.14; 
M. W. Locke, 100.00; Logan Twp., 110.75; W. A. Logan, 843.50; London 
Battery and Tire Repair, Ltd., 123.62; London Foundry, 239.10; London 
Motor Products, Ltd., 112.90; London Sand and Stone, Ltd., 189.40; Loney 
Bros., 416.03; A. E. Long, 213.18; E. Long, Ltd., 115.84; J. Long, 276.45; 
V. H. Longstaffe, 996.15; C. J. Longwell, 148.76; Lome Park Nurseries, Ltd., 
245.00; A. Lothian, 336.01; J. A. Lottridge & Son, 152.56; Lowe Brothers 
Co., Ltd., 3,215.02; F. Lowes, 12,875.00; Geo. H. Lowry, 1,443.92; C. G. J. 
Luck, 579.74; J. V. Ludgate, 156.82; Lundy Fence Company, Ltd., 16,418.33; 
E. G. Lusty, 275.45; C. D. Lyon, 1,732.19; C. A. Lyons, 431.36. 

McArthur Motor Sales, 1,856.00; MacArthur's Service Station, 448.53; W. A. 
McArthur. 631.92; A. D. McAuliffe, 215.03; G. McBurney, 533.73; McCann 
and Yundt, 524.00; T. C. McCarthv, 725.03; Wm. McCarthy, 170.87; C. 
McCartney, 149.50; G. MacCluskie, 213.72; McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 
23,584.35; J. R. McConnell, 110.00; J. A. McCrimmon, 140.31; W. J. McCully, 
738.60; McDermid & Kyle, Ltd., 191.65; A. N. MacDonald, 225.70; McDonald 
Bros., 402.65; C. McDonald (Fort William), 216.43; C. McDonald (Mallorv- 
town), 180.00; D. C. MacDonald, 202.04; F. McDonald, 157.50; G. W. Mc- 
McDonald, 1,998.73; J. H. McDonald, 184.70; R. McDonald, 233.25; A. R. 
McDougall, 1,971.93; A. L. McDougall, 2,339.64; J. McDougall, 517.02; 
D. J. McEachern, 456.12; M. M. McEwen, 465.62; J. J. McFadden, Ltd., 
759.57; R. H. McFarland, 409.72; J. C. McGee, 1,359.68; McGill Hardware, 
Ltd., 235.45; McGinnis & O'Connor, 1,161.05; McGlade's Service Station, 
266.08; McGregor & Co., 600.96; McGregor-McIntyre Iron Works, Ltd., 
3,089.40; F. W. Mcintosh, 121.64; H. A. Mcintosh, 160.00; N. Mcintosh, 278.40; 
Mcintosh and Wells, 106.64; C. A. Mclntyre & Son, 131.25; V. H. Mclntyre 
& Co., 345.47; A. H. Maclsaac, 1,176.63; D. Mclver, 1,658.95; W. McKay, 
480.52; W. J. McKendrv, 493.50; McKeough & Trotter, Ltd., 1,244.22; McKey 
General Store, 123.25; H. R. McKim, Ltd., 9,861.93; J. H. McKinlay, 4,768.00; 
McKinley Hardware Co., 259.61; H. R. MacKinnon, 261.06; MacKinnon 
Motor Sales Ltd., 697.16; J. MacLachlan, 119.50; MacLachlan Lumber and 
Woodworking Co., 218.43; John McLachlan, 242.60; P. McLaren, 1,644.91; 
J. A. McLaughlin, 1,088.85; W. N. McLean, 857.67; McLean's Garage, 629.55; 
C. G. McLennan, 426.57; M. A. McLennan, 393.07; D. A. MacLeod, 978.57; 
McLeod Garage, Ltd., 242.88; J. N. MacLeod, 120.00; R. O. McLeod, 315.49; 
McLeod & Son, 476.35; H. McMillan, 1,367.81; C. L. McMurchy and H. G. 
Armstrong, 361.46; D. McMurchy, 109.10; McNamara Construction Co., 
Ltd., 19,449.40; T. A. McNeill. 1,973.52; McNulty & Charleson, 5,093.33; 
John McRae, 111.41; J. C. McRae, 353.05; H. E. McTear, 386.54. 

Mackenzie, Milne & Co.. Ltd., 145.84; W. A. Mackey, 860.81; Mackie Equip- 
ment Co., 22,354.32; Macdonald and Macdonald (Ontario), Ltd., 1,037.24; 
C. K. S. Macdonell, 2,507.25; D. A. Maciver, 344.38; H. E. Macpherson, 
1,151.04; Madole Hardware Co., 169.68; C. W. Magee, 326.00; Twp. of Maid- 
stone, 441.00; Mall Tool Co., 293.53; Mallory Lumber Co., 188.48; F. H. 
Malmloff, 137.98; B. I. Malmstedt, 2,047.46; D. E. Manchester, 816.81; Mani- 
toba Bridge and Iron Works, Ltd., 682.00; Manning Hardware & Furniture 
Supply Co., 694.82; M. Mantha, 126.82; H. A. Mantle, 3,245.80; Marble 
Crusher Co., 122.04; A. R. Marceau, 1,713.41; J. H. Marceau, 1,149.40; A. 
Markey, 115.00; W. Markus & Son, 1,507.12; J. A. Marleau, 2,234.12; Mar- 
shall-Ecclestone, Ltd., 389.63; J. Marshall, 531.53; J. H. Marshall, 335.57; 
Marshall-Wells Co., Ltd., 310.69; W. S. Marshall, 124.26; E. F. Marston, 
866.43; A. C. Martin, 268.99; J. L. Martin, 1,650.00; Jas. R. Martin, 2,750.08; 
O. R. Martin, 163.35; Martin Transports, Ltd., 498.43; Mascioli Construction 
Co., Ltd., 687.82; Masco Co., Ltd., 204.40; Mason, Foulds, Davidson. Carter 
and Kellock, 410.93; Master Builders Co., Ltd., 6,511.67; J. Masterson, 209.40 
Matachewan Garage and Service Station, 134.68 ; H. Matheson, 265.15 
Mathews Conveyer Co., Ltd., 354.32; Matthews' Garage, 220.37; J. N. Maw 
227.45; L. Meade, 167.30; W. Meadows, 264.96; V. A. Medland, 819.10; Twps 
of Medora & Wood, 728.00; W. W. Meek & Son, 162.75; E. Meier, 430.00 
Twp. of Melancthon, 439.72; W. Menard, 289.00; Harold N. Merritt and I 
Merritt Belshaw, 706.34; H. N. Merritt, 1,536.10; P. G. Merritt, 296.55 
Metallic Roofing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 26,091.40; Metcalfe Rural Telephone 
Co., Ltd., 262.35; Metropolitan Device Corpn., 388.05; Metropolitan Trans- 



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Material and Supplies — Continued 

port, Ltd., 134.60; Michaud & Levesque Co., Ltd., 148.90; Middlesex Motors, 
Ltd., 222.28; W. Milette, 105.66; A. C. Miller, 345.00; D. J. Miller, 685.51; 
L. N. Miller, 231.55; Miller Oil Co., Brantford, Ltd., 246.68; Ross Miller, 
284.91; R. M. Miller, 107.88; Miller's Garage, 148.19; A. M. Mills, 650.97; 
Mills & Hadwin, Ltd., 3,209.93; Mills & McKerroll, 313.25; Wm. Milne 
& Sons, 2,017.97; O. W. Misiner, 133.48; A. W. Mitchell, 147.25; R. J. Mitchell, 
309.68; Mixed Concrete Supplv, Ltd., 122.19; Model Fence & Incubators, 
Ltd., 4,606.60; Moloney Electric Co. of Canada, Ltd., 1,656.69; J. E. Mont- 
gomery. 6,060.70; C. A. Moore Co., Ltd., 105.00; D. Moore, 359.77; H. F. 
Moore, 889.85; H. J. Moore, 1,960.77; Wallie Moore Paint Co., 487.25; Moore's 
Garage, 370.60; H. J. More, 1,396.45; J. H. Morin & Co., Ltd., 191.50; Morn- 
ington Municipal Telephone System, 329.04; Village of Morrisburg, 198.35; 
J. K. Morrison, 458.94; Morrow Screw and Nut Co., Ltd., 734.66; Wm. Morrow, 
210.00; Morton Building Wrecking, 140.50; J. A. Mott, 120.00; W. G. Moulton, 
1,679.21; H. E. Muckle, 120.13; R. Mucklestone, 3,941.49; W. B. Mudie, 
1,144.39; E. A. Muir, 210.00; N. Muldoon, 149.37; T. C. Muir, 2,644.96; C. 
M. Mullett, 631.97; Municipal Spraying & Oiling Co., Ltd., 1,473.18; J. Mur- 
chison, 228.00; Murillo Garage & Service Station, 800.00; C. Murphy, 115.27; 
D. Murphy, 652.90; Frank J. Murphy, Ltd., 3,270.66; James Murphy Coal 
Co., 221.25; A. Murray & Co., Ltd., 35,889.82; Murray Bros. Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 356.52; C. & D. Murray, Ltd., 224.90; Hugh H. Murray, 664.49; Mus- 
koka Foundry, Ltd., 986.54. 

Nagel's Auto Supply, 200.00; National Automotive Parts, Ltd., 638.89; National 
Cut Stone, Ltd., 18,390.00; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 334.88; National 
Motors, Ltd., 1,000.99; National Quarries, Ltd., 1,536.13; National Specialtv 
Co., 100.00; National Sewer Pipe Co., Ltd., 15.008.20; Nediger's Garage, 
413.60; J. Neely, 104.80; J. B. Neilson, 113.05; Neilson Lumber Co., 495.55; 

D. C. Nevinger, 1,332.00; Town of New Liskeard, 180.85; W. S. Newman, 
833.63; New Ontario Machine Works, 183.31; New York Central Railway 
Co., 3,020.83; H. Newell, 916.89; Newton's Coal, Wood & Ice, 346.91; Niagara, 
St. Catharines and Toronto Railway Co., 4,839.54; Niagara Parks Commission, 
7,980.02; W. H. Nichol, 117.50; F. T. Nichol, 753.33; Thos. Nicholls, 969.98; 
M. L. Nichols, 141.50; A. Nicholson, 1,562.53; W. B. Nicholson, 270.00; 
Nicholson's Tire Surgery, 529.97; Nickel City Service, 583.97; W. R. Nickle, 
1,878.71; H. C. Nixon, 1,463.55; Nobel Service Station, 567.29; Nolan Motor 
Sales, 758.18; Non Skid Pavement, Ltd., 74,984.17; W. F. Noonan, 1,818.73; 
North American Cyanamid, Ltd., 139.33; North American Lumber & Supply 
Co., Ltd., 122.77; North Bay Auto Electric, 182.82; North Bay Auto Supply, • 
1,371.26; North Bay Lumber Co., 1,330.24; Twp. of North Dorchester, 177.50; 
North Star Oil, Ltd., 5,225.45; Twp. of North York, 2,009.50; Northern Auto 
Supply Co., 192.84; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 40,092.55; Northern Engineer- 
ing & Supply Co., Ltd., 441.20; Northern Foundry & Machine Co., Ltd., 
1,682.98; Northern Heating and Plumbing Co., Ltd., 1,094.75; Northern 
Oil Co., Ltd., 391.40; Northern Ontario Power Co., Ltd., 596.45; Northern 
Paint and Varnish Co., Ltd., 2,396.10; Northern Paving and Materials, Ltd., 
3,837.05; Northern Telephone Co., Ltd., 1,783.06; Northern Wood Preservers, 
Ltd., 22,135.53; United Counties of Northumberland and Durham, 121.50; 
F. Noseworthy, 2,057.35; Notman Hardware Co., Ltd., 288.14. 

Oake's Garage, 225.64; Oakville Hardware, 266.17;*R. O'Brien, 1,133.00; S. Ocken- 
den, 388.35; Odell & Allen, 317.77; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 129.40 
C. O'Gorman, 671.10; H. O'Grady & Son, 463.33; Oke's Radio & Electric 
256.96; J. Oliver, 188.30; C. Olmsted, 210.00; J. T. Omand, 134.80; Twp. of 
Oneida, 200.00; C. M. O'Neil, 347.56; Ontario Automobile Co., Ltd., 143.00 
Ontario Batterv, Tire & Electric, Ltd., 640.26; Ontario Bridge Co., Ltd. 
3,584.72; Ontario Construction Co., Ltd., 248.35; County of Ontario, 200.40 
Ontario Creosoting Co., Ltd., 4,159.76; Ontario Forestry Branch, 626.60 
Ontario Lubrication Co., Ltd., 317.67; Ontario Provincial Air Service, 525.48 
Ontario Reformatory, Mimico Industries, 315.10; Ontario Rock Co., Ltd. 
32,098.96; Ontario Sand Co., 462.50; Ontario Steel Products Co., Ltd., 166.00 
W. Orchard, 472.64; R. O'Riordan, 156.55; Orono Coai & Lumber Co., 115.53 
Orono Garage, 112.28; Otaco, Ltd., 100.32; City of Ottawa, 2,519.63; Ottawa 
Electric Co. and Ottawa Gas Co., 241.07; Ottawa Electric Railway Co., 109.45 

E. Otway, 527.66; G. A. Outram, 177.01; W. A. Overton, 451.10; Owen Sound 
Public Utilities, 197.17; County of Oxford, 453.95; Oxford-on-Rideau Two.. 
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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Material and Supplies — Continued 

P. A. and Co., 103.36; P. T. & L. Coal Co., 625.85; Packard Electric Co., Ltd., 
3,236.93; F. Page, 136.32; J. Page, 171.25; Page-Hersey Tubes, Ltd., 107.48; 
J. R. Paget, 367.55; S. E. Paisley, 139.31; Palangio Motors, 379.09; P. Palangio, 
642.05; Palermo Garage, 1,149.63; Wm. T. Pallin, 214.40; R. A. Panter, 1,710.19; 
J. Paris, 1,724.55; Town of Paris, 15,439.39; J. A. Parsons, 162.20; T. Parsons, 
235.86; H. Pateman, 783.27; D. R. Paterson, 1,825.94; N. M. Paterson & 
Co., Ltd., 680.00; Patterson & Crosthwaite, 1,066.61; C. H. Patterson, 178.79; 
D. S. Patterson, 1,053.21; John Patterson Construction Co., Ltd., 3,826.96; 
Patterson Paving Co., Ltd., 1,106.36; Patterson & Thompson Construction 
Co., 142.35; Thos. G. Patterson, 109.58; Patterson's Garage, 718.02; A. E. 
Payette, 292.80; C. Peacock & Son, 142.40; Pearson Electric and Hardware 
Co., 233.15; O. W. Pearson, 639.50; W. G. Pearson, 217.91; E. R. Peart, 541.51; 
Estate of A. Peck, 129.00; Pedlar People, Ltd., 32,446.86; E. Pegg, 238.33; 
Pellow Hardware, 562.03; Town of Pembroke, 2,098.47; People's Gas Supply 
Co., Ltd., 103.15; People's Telegraph & Telephone Co., 498.22; People's 
Telephone Co. of Forest, Ltd., 607.40; Pere Marquette Railway Co., 5,026.78; 
J. B. Perkins, 158.41; W. G. Perks, 1,263.69; A. Perry, 5,059.99; F. Perry, 
791.59; Peterborough Automotive Supply, Ltd., 1,329.52; Peterborough Canoe 
Co., 403.37; City of Peterborough, 867.65; Peterborough Lumber Co., Ltd., 
699.30; Peterborough Metal and Waste Co., 160.43; A. Peters, 115.05; G. D. 
Peters & Co. of Canada, Ltd., 1,358.18; R. Petrie, 383.01; H. J. Petursson, 
520.26; W. Phillips, 305.33; B. Phillips Co., Ltd., 130.00; H. R. Phipps, 519.43; 
Town of Picton, 864.24; Pierce & Radke, 202.35; P. G. Piggott Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 389.79; Pine Grove Station, 550.51; Pinks, Ltd., 137.64; R. S. Piper & 
Sons, 835.40; W. S. Piper, Ltd., L090.44; A. H. Pitt, 194.46; William Pitt 
Hotel, 142.50; Plantagenet Seed Growers' Association, 123.00; C. A. Piatt, 
476.63; R. J. Plaunt, 102.75; W. F. Plaunt, 1,787.55; W. L. Plews, 102.25; 
W. E. Plummer, 104.74; Thos. Pocklington Co., 1,524.44; T. C. Poelzer, 114.06; 
Poldon's Garage, 143.75; Pole-Line Equipment, Ltd., 613.43; Wm. Pollock 
& Sons, Ltd., 448.56; City of Port Arthur, 310.43; Port Arthur Shipbuilding 
Co., Ltd., 246.23; Village of Port Stanley, 831.71; W. J. Porteous & Sons, 
330.38; Postmasters, 8,181.49; W. M. Poulson, 120.00; Powassan Planing Mills, 
199.56; Powerlite Devices, Ltd., 2,213.52; Premier Construction, Ltd., 1,041.73; 
Mrs. M. Price, 208.01; F. W. Pridham, 248.13; J. Prince, 164.54; Princeton & 
Drumbo Telephone Co., 249.48; D. J. Proudfoot, 913.09; Prout Motors Ltd., 
2,698.33; C. E. Prouty, 857.13; Provincial Road Spraying & Contracting Co., 
Ltd., 8,536.18; Pryal & Nye, 305.05; Dept. of Public Works, 851.93; E. Pullan 
Wipers & Waste Co., Ltd., 157.25; H. Punchard, 145.20; J. E. Purcell, 113.80; 
R. T. Purves, Ltd., 1,160.33; J. Purvis & Son, 2,514.05; S. A. Purvis, 299.52; 
Pyrene Manufacturing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 236.92. 

Quality Fuels, Ltd., 130.13; Queenston Quarries, Ltd., 8,255.48; R. Quesnel, 
519.74; Quincaillerie Trudel Hardware Co., 138.46. 

Rabb, A. H., 1,625.83; L. A. Race & Son, 463.33; Frank Radigan (Hamilton), 
1,062.90; Frank Radigan, 179.70; Rae's Garage, 279.26; A. Raman, 322.84; 
Ramore Garage, 1,146.95; D. G. Ramsay, 799.82; W. Randall, 752.64; J. T. 
Ransom, 3,989.65; I. C. Rasberry, 430.89; P. Rashotte, 157.82; J. Frank Raw 
Co., Ltd., 1,510.01; Rawlings Garage, 192.05; Rayner Construction Co., Ltd., 
22,566.57; D. C. Rea, 110.60; J. E. Reavie, 188.18; Red-D-Mix Concrete, Ltd., 
309.10; G. N. Reddick, 108.15; Red Indian Service Station, 118.82; Reedy & 
Cain, 159.59; T. J. Regan, 435.50; A. L. Reeve, 389.10; Grover Reid, 131.05; 
G. H. Reid, 111.48; G. J. Reid, 2,175.66; W. I. Reid Co., 199.68; Reliable 
Tire & Vulcanizing Co., 103.66; H. Renaud, 778.30; R. Renaud, 129.50; 
Town of Renfrew, 100.22; B. A. Rennick, 963.44; Reo Motor Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 249.61; J. Rettie, 111.30; J. V. Reynolds, 165.86; P. A. Reynolds, 171.99; 
O. W. Rhynas and Son, Ltd., 348.44; J. E. Ribout, 766.83; R. E. Richardson, 
1,815.79; Richardson's Service Station, 482.02; Richmond Building of London, 
Ltd., 880.00; Richmond Industrial Equipment, Ltd., 310.54; C. Riddell, 1,546.02; 
Riggs Motor Sales, 656.44; E. Ritchie, 420.00; Riverside Garage, 490.72; C. W. 
Roach, 1,125.33; M. L. Roach, 140.71; Roadbuilders, Ltd., 1,688.98; Roads 
Resurfacing, Ltd., 3,571.87; G. M. Robb, 168.25; F. H. Roberts, 503.46; D. 
Robertson, 361.50; F. R. Robertson, Ltd., 404.56; H. Robertson, 1,863.73; 
J. Robertson, 111.80; T. Robins, 138.00; Robot Engineering, Ltd., 149.19; 
J. W. Rodie, 107.50; Alfred Rogers, Ltd., 325,749.01; Elias Rogers Co., Ltd., 
818.28; F. Rogers, 299.80; C. T. Rollins, 117.00; W. B. Ronald, 523.52; Roofers 
Supply Co., Ltd., 21,350.92; T. D. K. Rooney, 1,646.90; C. J. Rorke, 704.50; 



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Material and Supplies — Continued 

Mrs. N. Rosenburg, 232.06; J. M. Rosevear & Co., 371.75; Ross Bros. Garage 
2,424.21; Ross Transport, 1,394.00; Cliff Roswell, 166.87; Wm. S. Roszell 
1,533.80; Routly Construction Co., Ltd., 4,910.01; Wm. Rowan, 1,473.09 
Rubberset Co., Ltd., 167.87; A. E. Rudd, 956.68; Russel Brothers, 15,252.43 
Russell Construction Co., Ltd., 107.06; Russell, Willis & Crispo, Ltd., 1,023.56 
Ryan Contracting Co., Ltd., 6,654.25; Ryan & Littlefield, 167.46; C. W. Rymal, 
972.54. 

City of St. Catharines, 301.14; St. Jacobs Tile Yard, 344.40; A. St. Jacques, 
129.75; W. H. St. John, 110.00; L. P. St. Pierre, 1,863.00; St. Thomas Metal 
Signs, Ltd., 6,868.44; K. Sabine, 2,733.32; G. W. Sadler, 163.11; W. Salmon, 
275.75; Sambells' Garage, 115.63; Samuel, Son & Co., 206.81; Wm. Sanderson 
& Son, 144.00; Sandie Service Station, 456.37; Twp. of Sandwich South, 232.00; 
T. Sandy, 294.00; Sangamo Co., Ltd., 150.35; Wm. Santala, 394.50; Sarjeant 
Co., Ltd., 561.02; Sarnia Bridge Co., Ltd., 18,463.37; City of Sarnia, 423.00; 
Sarnia Fence Co., Ltd., 13,807.81 ; Municipality of Sarnia, 1,215.24; Sault Daily 
Star, 103.00; City of Sault Ste. Marie, 3,105.01; F. E. Saunders, 1,074.23; W. 
Saunders, 243.05; W. L. Saunders, 1,544.39; Sawyer-Massey, Ltd., 56,064.80; 
J. J. Saya, 114.90; F. F. Sayers & Son, 110.73; Scarborough Public Utilities 
Commission, 15,065.65; Scarfe & Co., Ltd., 8,905.22; L. Schoales, 310.66; J. H. 
Schou, 1,016.67; J. Schulz, 1,206.67; Julius Schultz, 4,905.00; Schultz Pump 
& Tile Co., 1,017.81; B. E. Schwarze, 417.56; G. F. Scobie, 180.82; J. Scott, 
148.55; Scott-Jackson Construction Ltd., 2,039.03; W. A. Scott, 312.43; W. B. 
Scott, 1,633.46; R. Scrimgeour & Son, 1,647.81; G. N. Scroggie, 392.96; R. E. 
Sculthorpe Garage, 349.42; Scythes & Co., Ltd., 132.85; Seacliff Gravel Co., 
533.95; J. Sears, 2,064.47; W. A. Seawright, 2,925.65; Sebringville Hardware Co., 
196.56; See and Duggan Motors, Ltd., 842.22; E. & E. Seegmiller, 1,732.00; 

E. Segeuin, 102.60; Louis Seguin & Fils, 344.34 ;Seiberling Rubber Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 1,153.64; H. Semple, 106.10; Service Electric, 404.45; F. H. Severn, 173.53; 
J. Sevigny, 457.10; E. Shank, 251.75; F. Shaver, 151.20; H. Shaw, 1,892.68; 
B. Shea, 106.40; J. L. Shearer, 574.65; M. W. Shearer, 168.26; Sheldons, Ltd., 
244.96; Shell Oil Co. of Canada, Ltd., 23,327.59; E. Shepherdson, 120.64; 
Sheridan Equipment Co., 2,800.00; Sherman & Hubbell, 2,280.60; P. Sherwin, 
135.25; Sherwin-Williams Co. of Canada, Ltd., 957.17; Shevlin-Clarke Co., 
Ltd., 763.46; E. T. Shortland, 212.63; Wm.Shiells, 1,585.95; G. Shriner, 160.85; 
R. Shuttleworth, 124.85; K. H. Siddall, 2,831.31; A. Sillito, 124.39; A. Silverman 
& Sons, 1,548.26; T. S. Simms and Co., Ltd., 123.92; F. Simmonds, 1,686.44; 
A. G. Simmons, 525.54; D. Simon, 114.20; Malcolm Sinclair Co., Ltd., 1,735.28; 
Wm. Sinclair, 138.25; D. M. Sine, 1,443.60; Singhampton Garage, 164.07; 
H. P. Sisson, 2,424.60; H. Sjostrom, 279.21; J. P. Skene, 230.82; Skerritt's 
Garage, 156.46; F. Slater, 2,245.57; N. Slater Co., Ltd., 1,384.60; J. R. Sloan, 
1,236.10; Smale Bros., 140.59; R. H. Smart, Ltd., 441.31; A. E. Smith, 134.91; 
A. M. Smith, 745.84; Arthur Smith, 100.00; D. L. Smith, 579.87; E. Smith, 
2,782.18; Smith & Elston, 534.90; E. L. Smith, 1,449.07; Frank Smith, 130.50; 

F. T. Smith, 1,011.67; G. E. Smith, 744.59; Herb. Smith, 158.10; H. S. Smith, 
678.93; Horace V. Smith, 106.08; J. E. Smith, 472.10; M. G. Smith, 800.00; 
N. M. Smith, 145.75; R. B. Smith, 400.40; R. J. Smith, 960.00; W. B. Smith, 
1,013.86; Wellington Smith, 150.00; Smith's Seed and Feed Store, 1,654.65; 
J. N. Smuck, 257.80; C. Smythe, Ltd., 28,214.96; Snap-On Tools of Canada, 
Ltd., 219.27; Snelgrove-Evans Fuel & Supply Co., Ltd., 113.73; Capt. W. L. 
Snider & Sons, 108.00; Snook's Garage, 214.53; W. J. Snowden, 150.00; R. 
Snowe, 234.58; Solex Co., Ltd., 1,296.36; W. L. Somerville, 10,142.34; Soo 
Garage, Ltd., 304.18; Sorel Steel Foundries, Ltd., 369.50; South End Garage, 
178.01; Spadoni Bros., 209.51; Spanish Garage, 386.59; Sprague Telephone 
System, 131.75; Springer & Beatty, 767.20; Bert Stacey, 2,799.46; Stamford 
Lumber Co., 118.45; Standard Motor Replacements, Ltd., 417.17; Standard 
Paint and Varnish Co., Ltd., 1,706.79; Standard Paving, Ltd., 215.26; Standard 
Planing Mills & Lumber Co. Ltd., 672.50; Standard Steel Construction Co., 
Ltd., 1,035.75; J. Stanworth, 158.16; Star Groceteria, 2,740.06 ; Starratt 
Airways & Transportation, Ltd., 114.59; Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd., 132,303.53; 
F. T. Stephens, 748.50; Sterling Construction Co., Ltd., 3,223.03; S. D. Stevens, 
405.80; Dalton Stewart, 165.50; T. A. Stone, 355.15; J. W. Stone Boat Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 110.58; J. A. Stoneman, 1,688.99; United Counties of 
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 1,778.20; R. F. Strain, 1,485.07; Mrs. M. 
Strano, 855.00; Public Utilities Commission of Strathroy, 115.09; A. H. Strieker, 
467.40; J. A. Strutt, 131.37; W. Stuart & Co., Ltd., 102.56; R. O. Sturdy, 2,707.83; 
Sturgeons, Ltd., 833.67; Sudbury Coal & Wood Co., 353.31; Sudbury Con- 
struction & Machinery Co., Ltd., 447.87; Sudbury Oil Co., 512.32; C. W. 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Material and Supplies — Continued 

Summers & Sons, 325.00; G. J. Summers, 202.40; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 882.00; 
A. Sunstrom, 344.90; Superior Brick & Tile Co., Ltd., 385.00; Superior Heating 
& Plumbing Co., 455.73; Supertest Petroleum Corporation, Ltd., 8,672.33; 
Sutcliffe Co., Ltd., 128.69; Sutcliffe Iron Works, 165.84; M. S. Sutherland, 
336.93; W. Sutherland, 215.16; V. Swan, 156.90; E. W. Swayne, 165.00; C. E. 
Swire, 683.46; C. F. Szammers, 969.63. 

Tackaberry, C, 1,818.75; A. H. Tallman Bronze Co., Ltd., 881.11; L. Tanner, 
186.18; E. Tapp, 471.40; B. G. Taylor, 438.67; G. L. Taylor, 179.44; Geo. 
Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 7,270.65; Taylor Hardwares, 751.64; Taylor Instrument 
Companies of Canada, Ltd., 130.00; Wm. Taylor, 150.95; Teck Motor Sales 
Co., 206.27; E. C. Telfer, 118.49; Temagami Canoe Co., 105.08; Temiskaming 
Oil Co., Ltd., 1,462.97; Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, 53,015.06; 
Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway Telegraph, 285.62; R. B. Tennant 
& Co., 744.34; Terminal Warehousing Co., Ltd., 293.08; F. H. Teskey, 187.95; 
Thayers, Ltd., 4,629.72; Theroux Garage, 169.06; C. C. Thompson, 131.42; 
Geo. A. Thompson, 527.61; G. B. Thompson, 742.30; J. P. Thompson, 763.43; 
L. Thompson, 1,072.25; Thompson & Smith, 601.00; F. Thomson, 465.00; 
Geo. D. Thomson, 798.34; W. J. Thomson, 1,076.09; Thornes-Sargent Motor 
Service, 296.90; Twp. of Thorold, 267.12; Ticknor's Motor Sales, 1,236.96; 
Tide Water Oil Co. of Canada, Ltd., 600.56; W. E. Tidy, 347.36; Town of 
Tillsonburg, 476.56; Town of Timmins, 5,724.64; Tippet-Richardson, Ltd., 
136.73; Tire Chains and Accessories, Ltd., 505.89; Twp. of Tisdale, 2,535.83; 
Tiverton Service Station, 149.70; S. Tomkins, 300.70; Tomlinson Construction 
Co., Ltd., 9,616.05; J. Tomlinson, 115.75; T. Tomlinson Foundry Co., Ltd., 
3,838A3; Tompkins Hardware, 940.10; Toronto Bearing & Parts Co., 366.24; 
Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo Rly. Co., 570.37; Toronto Haulage Co., 13,958.64; 
Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 1,950.34; Toronto Salt Works, Ltd., 635.50; 
Toronto Star, Ltd., 130.51; Toronto Twp. Hydro-Electric Commission, 4,235.63; 
Toronto and York Roads Commission, 1,380.30; W. Tough, 734.28; L. Touran- 
geau, 193.25; O. V. Toutant, 288.64; Towland Construction Co., Ltd., 7,390.75; 
Trafalgar Area No. 2, 162.65; Trafalgar Public Utilities Commission, 984.42; 
Dept. of Transport, 500.00; Tree Line Navigation Co., Ltd., 110.00; H. A. 
Tregaskes, 818.05; N. E. Tregaskes, 535.12; L. Tremblay, 1,556.54; Tremco 
Manufacturing Co. (Canada), Ltd., 309.86; F. H. Tripp, 653.83; A. Trivers, 
107.70; E. Truchon, 140.74; Truck & Tractor Equipment Co., Ltd., 4,034.34; 
Trudeau Motor Sales, 101.81; C. P. Truesdell, 100.48; Truscon Steel Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., 4,348.48; A. R. Tuite, 149.75; A. M. Turner, 149.46; G. Turnham, 
117.45. 

Underwood-Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., 549.40; Union Garage, 552.27; Union Gas Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., 1,180.03; Union Realty Co., Ltd., 480.00; United Builders Co., 
198.45; Universal Ignition & Battery Co., 358.37; Upper Ottawa Improvement 
Co., Ltd., 680.00; W. B. Uren, 1,531.39. 

Vachon & Sons, C, 301.13; R. Vair, 234.00; E. E. Valentine, 118.05; Vallance, Brown 
& Co., Ltd., 4,452.72; P. Vandrunnen, 325.78; S. Vankoughnett, 162.00; S. 
Vanstone, 160.85; M. Varin, 450.00; Twp. of Vaughan, 268.62; Vernon Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., 247.50; County of Victoria, 275.72; Village of Vienna, 
180.13; Virkus Garage, 115.43; Virtue Motors, Ltd., 216.15. 

Wabi Iron Works, Ltd., 1,213.33 ; Wainright Construction, Ltd., 16,904.25; C. C. 
Wakefield & Co., Ltd., 614.00; H. C. Walford, 260.70; B. J. Walker, 125.15; 
Walker Bros., 35,783.33; C. W. Walker, 512.19; D. N. Walker, 211.20; Walker 
& Genge, 244.00; Walker Hardware Co., Ltd., 164.93; L. A. Walker, 127.20; 
M. A. Walker, 538.17; R. J. Walker, 633.00; W. Walker, 160.36; Mrs. W. H. 
Walker, 110.00; Wallace Bros., 211.85; J. A. Wallace, 665.76; Town of Wallace- 
burg, 473.38; Wallaceburg Hydro-Electric System, 176.12; J. Walter, 857.10; 
A. A. Walter, 104.10; P. W. Walters, 581.37; V. Walton, 271.48; D. Wandabense, 
127.06; W. C. Warburton & Co., Ltd., 170.64; Warco Grease & Oil, Ltd., 186.00; 
C. A. Ward, Ltd., 137.75; D. Ward, 684.78; G. E. Ward, 2,705.86; R. Ward, 
331.50; W. J. Ward, 160.09; Roy Ware, 445.07; Warner's Garage, 367.90; Chas. 
Warnock & Co., Ltd., 6,316.88; Warren Bituminous Paving Co.. Ltd., 102.58; 
W. R. C. Warren, 840.79; Town of Waterloo, 517.80; Waterloo County, 901.21; 
Waterous, Ltd., 1,899.45; K. G. Waters, 1,719.85; Watkins Rebabbitting Toronto 
Ltd., 393.46; R. G. Watson, 473.94; Watson Spring Co., Ltd., 192.17; R. L. 
Way, 483.53; C. Wayte, 327.80; Edward Webb & Sons (Canada), Ltd., 1,221.90; 
Webber Machine Co., 624.28; D. L. Weber, 1,811.06; C. W. Webster, 1,393.89; 



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Material and Supplies — Continued 

G. B. Webster, 813.25; S. W. Welch, 100.31; W. H. Weller, 912.97; County of 
Wellington, 676.22; Wellington Hotel, 116.00; Wells & Emmerson, 624.66; 
Wells Garage & Motor Co., Ltd., 174.03; Wells Hardware Co., Ltd., 1,029.37; 
Welsh Lumber Co., Ltd., 458.18; Wentworth County, 795.00; A. C. Werner, 
124.14; W. M. Wert, 135.16; C. West, 226.80; West & Co., 268.24; West End 
Hardware, 219.14; West End Motors, 631.05; Western Canada Flour Mills 
Co., Ltd., 435.60; Western Engineering Service, Ltd., 1,492.71 ; Western Grocers, 
Ltd., 293.60; L. Westlake, 1,048.28; W. Westlake, 939.87; J. H. Whalen, 129.31; 
O. S. Whalen, 770.63; W. Whalen, 844.77; Wheel & Rim Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
659.09; Wheeler & Bain, Ltd., 1,639.82; J. K. Wheeler, 446.59; H. Wheildon, 
165.85; C. E. Whicher, Ltd., 1,261.05; Wm. Whitaker & Sons, 656.09; Whitby 
Lumber Co., 114.47; Whitby Lumber & Coal Co., Ltd., 402.22; Whitby Motors, 
Ltd., 2,518.33; Public Utility Commission of the Town of Whitby, 10,288.91; 
S. J. White, 139.20; White & Thomas, 562.03; White's Hardware, Ltd., 852.36; 
P. G. Whitehead, 137.50; F. B. Whiteley, 823.97; P. L. Whitley, 286.35; J. M. 
Whitmarsh, 117.25; Whitmore & McArthur, 628.80; A. W. Whitney, 166.93; 
E. Wiggins, 148.88; L. C. Wild, 851.89; I. Wiles, 3,496.75; E. J. Wiley, 146.72; 
W. R. Wilgar, 297.06; Wilkinson Kompass, Ltd., 275.04; R. G. Wilkinson, 
662.55; Wm. Wilkinson, 108.36; G. H. Willard, 142.51; D. Williams, 278.16; 
L. F. Williams, 1,500.75; E. M. Wilson, 170.06; Ed. Wilson, 117.00; H. L. 
Wilson, 144.80; I. Wilson, 179.80; John Wilson, 115.35; J. M. Wilson, 2,885.00; 
Wilson Motor Bodies, Ltd., 1,378.72; R. W. Wilson, 230.21; Windmill Point 
Crushed Stone Co., Ltd., 200.84; City of Windsor, 61,553.88; C. E. Winter, 
153.20; J. Winterbottom, 596.57; L. Wolfe, 121.20; Wood, Alexander & James, 
Ltd., 766.67; Gar Wood Industries, 3,210.00; Geo. Wood, 321.28; G. H. Wood 
& Co., Ltd., 103.00; Woodbridge Hardware, 110.32; Woodbridge & Vaughan 
Telephone Co., Ltd., 107.00; E. F. Woodcock, 1,022.85; A. E. Woods, 208.21; 

E. A. Woods, 272.79; P. V. Woodward, 231.10; Woodwire Fence Co., Ltd., 
4,982.46; T. S. Woolings, 137.45; A. Workman & Co., Ltd., 300.74; Workmen's 
Compensation Board, 102,114.73; Wynne-Roberts, Son & McLean, 2,707.55; 
Village of Wyoming, 184.54. 

Y Service Station, 145.58; Yarmouth Twp, 404.00; C. Yeomans, 175.65; Twp. 
of York, 116.13; Yorkville Duco and Auto Repair Shop, 174.25; D. F. Young, 
157.49; P. A. E. Young, 121.02; W. R. Young, 957.31; V. H. Younge, 239.88; 
Young's Wilderness Camps, 420.15; J. L. Yuill, 134.75; E. Yundt, 1,522.70; 
J. Yundt and Sons, 346.18; W. Yundt, 955.60. 

Zagerman & Co., Ltd., M., 160.17; H. B. Zavitz, 1,846.33; Zimmer's Garage, 137.09; 

F. & T. Zonette, 108.00. 

Accounts under $100, 131,217.86. 

Total 6,018,559 68 

Medical Fund: 

Anson General Hospital, 124.00; Dr. C. Appelbe, 140.50; Dr. J. A. R. Biron, 
126.50; Dr. E. J. Brennan, 165.25; Dr. Ernest Brunet, 132.00; Dr. G. M. 
Cameron, 110.00; Canadian Red Cross Society, 783.30; Dr. B. C. Coles and 
Dr. H. F. Richardson, 101.00; Dr. E. A. F. Day, 150.00; Dr. Gilles Desmarais, 
101.05; Drs. Dillane and Dillane, 122.50; Drs. Dingwall and Morrison, 225.50; 
Dryden Pharmacy, 121.60; Dr. L. A. Dupont, 116.25; Dr. R. L. Empey, 576.50; 
Dr. E. G. Evans, 104.00; Dr. V. A. Gardi, 122.05; General Hospital, 117.00; 
Dr. Victor S. Grigg, 128.50; Drs. Gunne, Paton and Gunne, 180.75; Dr. H. H. 
Harvie, 163.25; Dr. J. E. I. Joyal, 163.50; Kenora General Hospital, 374.50; 
Dr. J. F. McCullough, 155.50; Dr. C. H. McGowan, 404.10; Grace McGregor, 
195.00; McKellar General Hospital, 202.20; Maclean-Thorlakson Clinic, 
160.00; Dr. E. Malkin, 138.50; Dr. R. F. Malo, 115.50; Dr. Ralph J. Neelands, 
110.00; Dr. Ralph J. Neelands and Dr. M. A. Shipley, 144.00; Dr. M. A. Nichol- 
son, 226.50; Dr. J. E. O'Donnell, 260.50; Dr. Robert Orange, 107.85; Dr. W. G. 
Robinson, 136.50; St. Joseph's General Hospital (North Bay), 333.50; St. Joseph's 
General Hospital (Parry Sound), 174.00; St. Joseph's General Hospital (Port 
Arthur), 211.15; St. Joseph's Hospital (Sudbury), 486.40; St. Paul's Hospital, 
119.00; Dr. J. J. Sheahan, 100.00; Sisters of Providence, 163.00; Dr. G. W. 
Smith, 100.50; Dr. C. H. Smylie, 174.25; Stevens Companies, 1,046.25; Dr. 
George H. Stobie, 130.00; Toronto General Hospital, 311.15; Dr. R. A. White, 
193.50; Drs. Wilson and Richardson, 149.85; Winnipeg General Hospital, 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 



Medical Fund — Continued 



255.90. Dr. J. L. Wiseman, 125.00; Dr. C. R. Young, 126.50; Dr. Donald 
Young, 167.50; Dr. H. Maitland Young, 120.00; Accounts under $100, 5,628.28. 

Total 16,921 38 

King's Highways, etc $32,690,212 24 

Less Refunds (see page F 14) 1,920,621 90 

$30,769,590 34 

Equipment Branch 487,929 75 

Less Refunds (see page F 15) 30,345 53 

457,584 22 

Net Expenditure King's Highways, etc., and Equipment 

Branch '. $31,227,174 56 

Municipal Roads Branch 

Subsidies 

County Roads ($2,342,971.65) 

Counties of: 

Brant, 39,463.23; Bruce, 90,000.00. 

Carleton, 96,147.04. 

Dufferin, 20,999.36. 

Elgin, 50,377.14; Essex, 45,985.55. 

Frontenac, 32,878.79. 

Grey, 79,220.04. 

Haldimand, 54,012.71; Halton, 47,773.50; Hastings, 37,500.00; Huron, 76,547.88. 

Kent, 150,519.54. 

Lambton, 33,881.24; Lanark, 32,026.54; Leeds and Grenville, 65,064.14; Lennox 

and Addington, 20,297.41; Lincoln, 46,203.49. 
Middlesex, 64,997.50. 

Norfolk, 100,332.80; Northumberland and Durham, 38,476.77. 
Ontario, 48,950.78; Oxford, 64,352.97. 
Peel, 34,714.15; Perth, 36,737.77; Peterborough, 42,500.00; Prescott and Russell, 

48,514.42; Prince Edward, 32,997.61. 
Renfrew, 36,545.05. 

Simcoe, 58,374.22; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 103,586.32. 
Victoria, 44,148.56. 
Waterloo, 75,471.24; Welland, 44,849.16; Wellington, 69,463.61; Wentworth, 

80,756.12; 
York, 298,305.00. 

Total 2,342,971 65 

Township Roads and Indian Reserves ($2,557,327.40) 
Townships of: 
Adelaide, 1,702.23; Adjala, 8,577.80; Admaston, 3,213.59; Adolphustown, 500.60; 
Albemarle, 6,602.04; Alberton, 2,306.58; Albion, 7,090.22; Aldborough, 6,972.01; 
Alfred, 3,791.92; Algona North, 700.00; Algona South, 2,087.76; Alice and 
Fraser, 3,298.20; Alnwick, 1,996.29; Amabel, 3,217.61; Amaranth, 4,249.10; 
Ameliasburg, 2,997.81; Amherst Island, 312.22; Ancaster, 5,008.55; Anderson, 
5,858.76; Anson & Hindon, 455.00; Armour, 3,583.46; Armstrong, 1,844.91; 
Arran, 4,453.25; Artemesia, 3,000.00; Arthur, 3,931.88; Ashfield, 4,499.49; 
Asphodel, 1,638.03; Assiginack, 1,885.00; Athol, 1,336.64; Atwood, 2,806.55; 
Augusta, 4,460.34. 

Bagot and Blythfield, 1,909.56; Baldwin, 1,444.43; Balfour, 3,600.00; Bangor, 
Wicklow & McClure, 3,360.00; Barrie Island, 650.00; Barton, 2,903.10; Bastard 
and Burgess, 5,432.51; Bathurst, 2,471.87; Bayham, 8,506.65; Beckwith, 
2,398.86; Bedford, 2,984.51; Belmont and Methuen, 4,303.83; Bentinck, 
4,971.77; Bertie, 16,215.35; Beverly, 5,465.14; Bexley, 1,801.82; Biddulph, 
2,462.79; Billings, 1,463.94; Binbrook, 3,080.02; Blandford, 2,457.34; Blan- 
shard, 4,723.50; Blenheim, 7,709.64; Blezard, 2,100.00; Blue, 2,356.81; Bon- 
field, 2,358.45; Bosanquet, 5,903.42; Brant, 4,207.61; Brantford, 10,853.46; 
Brethour, 1,879.77; Brighton, 3,411.31; Brock, 4,970.03; Bromley, 2,533.44; 
Brooke, 6,971.06; Brougham, 1,125.00; Bruce, 5,999.22; Brudenell, Lyndoch, 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 49 

Subsidies — Continued 

Township Roads, etc. — Continued 

3,999.61; Brunei, 2,700.00; Bucke, 3,595.99; Burford, 9,216.05; Burgess N., 
738.24; Burleigh and Anstruther, 1,695.10; Burpee, 616.00. 

Caistor, 5,746.37; Caldwell, 2,539.01; Caledon, 8,153.43; Caledonia, 2,686.05; 
Calvert, 988.47; Calvin, 2,450.00; Cambridge, 3,915.19; Camden, 12,391.95; 
Camden East, 7,090.51; Cameron, 2,249.92; Canborough, 1,822.13; Cape 
Croker Indian Reserve, 3,050.78; Caradoc, 4,000.00; Caradoc Indian Reserve, 
1,091.73; Carden, 2,174.90; Cardwell, 1,080.00; Carling, 4,332.06; Carlow, 
2,165.08; Carnarvon, 910.00; Carrick, 4,480.45; Cartwright, 2,753.56; Casey, 
4,633.70; Casimir, Jennings and Appelby, 3,619.85; Cavan, 4,526.50; Cayuga 
North, 3,076.16; Cavuga South, 1,690.95; Chandos, 1,732.01; Chaffey, 3,291.30; 
Chamberlain, 1,951.04; Chapleau, 2,995.43; Chapman, 2,431.00; Chappie, 
9,639.20; Charlottenburg, 5,688.17; Charlotteville, 6, 302.64; Chatham, 26,166.58; 
Chinguacousy, 11,143.94; Chisholm. 3,720.04; Christie, 2,150.20; Clarence, 
4,086.89; Clarendon and Miller, 2,996.10; Clarke, 3,990.28; Clinton, 4,921.54; 
Cockburn Island, 385.00; Colborne, 3,048.71; Colchester North, 5,914.95; 
Colchester South, 5,828.67; Coleman, 5,395.00; Collingwood, 5,224.14; Conmee 
2,400.00; Cornwall, 9,611.33; Cosby and Mason, 1,715.35; Cramahe, 4,633.68; 
Crosby North, 2,507.70; Crosby South, 2,695.77; Crowland, 7,264.54; Culross, 
5,470.75; Cumberland, 6,219.15. 

Dack, 3,480.00; Dalhousie and Sherbrooke N., 2,784.62; Dalton, 2,275.00; Darling, 
1,130.71; Darlington, 7,756.04; Dawn, 15,051.79; Day and Bright Additional, 
1,429.61; Delaware, 1,581.10; Denbigh, Abinger and Ashby, 2,188.90; Derby, 
3,342.60; Dereham, 10,070.58; Dilke, 660.00; Dorchester North, 6,645.64; 
Dorchester South, 4,055.97; Douro, 2,004.76; Dover, 13,704.70; Dowling, 
966.00; Downie, 5,606.49; Draper, 2,288.23; Drummond, 2,367.15; Drury, 
Denison and Graham, 1,798.01; Dumfries North, 5,470.39; Dumfries South, 
4,325.23; Dummer, 3,300.00; Dungannon, 2,450.00; Dunn, 1,621.77; Dunwich, 
6,410.62; Dymond, 3,025.00; Dysart, 8,281.00. 

Easthope North, 5,645.58; Easthope South, 4,476.60; Eastnor, 5,498.41; Edwards- 
burg, 4,040.44; Egremont, 4,442.54; Ekfrid, 5,236.48; Elderslie, 5,504.48; 
Eldon, 5,476.38; Elizabethtown, 9,996.54; Ellice, 5,287.72; Elma, 7,662.70; 
Elmsley North, 1,414.51; Elmsley South, 1,856.30; Elzevir and Grimsthorpe, 
1,120.00; Emily, 4,281.10; Emo, 7,610.84; Enniskillen, 6,487.51; Ennismore, 
1,202.00; Eramosa, 3.817.45; Erin, 6,l74.06; Ernestown, 6,231.24; Escott Front, 
1,428.98; Esquesing, 8,145.00; Essa, 7,704.69; Etobicoke, 27,500.00; Euphemia, 
7,659.32; Euphrasia, 4,087.75; Evanturel, 3,525.30. 

Faraday, 2,800.00; Fauquier, 984.91; Fenelon, 5,784.35; Ferris East, 2,993.22; 
Ferris West, 1,792.99; Field, 910.00; Finch, 4,834.51; Fitzroy, 6,445.52; Flam- 
boro East, 7,676.86; Flamboro West, 4,589.53; Flos, 5,497.72; Foley, 3,077.86; 
Franklin, 4,199.86; Fredericksburg North, 2,194.47; Fredericksburg South, 
1,295.00; Freeman, 600.00; Fullarton, 5,006.51. 

Gainsboro, 4,369.93; Galwav and Cavendish, 1,247.13; Garafraxa East, 3,917.29; 
Garafraxa West, 3,884.86; Garden, 825.10; Georgina, 4,079.03; Gillies, 1,558.66; 
Glackmever, 6,552.17; Glamorgan, 1,590.23; Glanford, 5,068.86; Glenelg, 
5,244.48; Gloucester, 22,657 22; Goderich, 2,819.81; Gordon and Allan, 
1,568.66; Gosneld North, 1,980.80; Gosfield South, 4,209.26; Goulburn, 3,482.18; 
Gower North, 3,710.00; Gower South, 2,193.91; Grantham, 7,848.03; Gratton, 
1,781.72; Greenock, 4,079.56; Grey, 4,187.57; Griffith and Matawatchan, 
1,397.50; Grimsbv North, 4,342.36; Guelph, 5,099.30 ;Gwillimburv East, 6,490.29; 
Gwillimbury North, 5,319.83; Gwillimbury West, 4,527.02. 

Hagar, 2,682.23; Hagartv and Richards, 2,850.00; Hagerman, 3,725.44; Haldimand, 
5,125.77; Hallam, 1,250.67; Hallowell, 2,442.87; Hamilton, 7,302.60; Hanmer, 
2,800.00; Harley, 3,296.36; Harris, 1,356.41; Harvey, 2,400.00; Harwich, 
1 1,416.86; Hawkesbury East, 4,453.37; Hawkesbury West, 808.73; Hay, 4,423.18; 
Head, Clara and Maria, 662.52; Hibbert, 3,986.90; Hilliard, 1,723.94; Hillier, 
2,751.03; Hilton, 1,155.00; Himsworth North, 1,741.25; Himsworth South, 
5,080.45; Hinchinbrooke, 4,522.06; Holland, 3,981 20; Hope, 3,919.15; Horton, 
1,093.20; Houghton, 3,375.49; Howard, 6,890.82; Howe Island, 600.00; Howick, 
4,165.41 ; Howland, 1,888.25; Hudson, 2,301.20; Hullett, 3,985.15; Humberstone, 
7,594.81; Humphrey, 3,314.71; Hungerford, 4,130.65; Huntingdon, 1,680.00; 
Huntley, 3 089.89; Huron, 5,634.38. 



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Subsidies — Continued 
Township Roads, etc. — Continued 

Ignace, 900.00; Innisfil, 8,659.14. 

Jocelyn, 466.17; Johnson, 1,402.49; Joly, 1,785.74. 

Kaladar, Anglesea and Effingham, 1,750.00; Kennebec, 3,488.76; Kenyon, 3,750.00; 
Keppel, 4,675.00; Kerns, 5,675.60; Kettle and Stoney Point Indian Reserve, 
416.73; Kincardine, 4,503.98; King, 11,824.26; Kingston, 5,481.77; Kinloss, 
2,351.54; Kitley, 4,203.81; Korah, 4,200.00. 

Laird, 2,596.69; Lanark, 2,997.99; Lancaster, 3,106.57; Lavallee, 6,999.75; Lavant, 
2,164.34; Laxton, Digby and Longford, 2,275.00; Leeds and Lansdowne, 
2,499.15; Leeds and Lansdowne F., 6,333.61; Limerick, 1,400.00; Lindsay, 
4,711.01; Lobo, 6,088.01; Lochiel, 4,864.01; Logan, 5,178.00; London, 10,893.54; 
Longueil, 2,000.00; Loughboro, 2,389.75; Louth, 5,022.74; Luther East, 4,358.13; 
Luther West, 2,563.05; Lutterworth, 3,241.93. 

McCrosson and Tovell, 4,025.00; McDonald, 669.81; McDonald, Meredith 
and Aberdeen, 2,172.22; McDougall, 7,490.74; McGillivray, 5,624.52; Mc- 
Irvine, 1,609.20; McKellar, 2,132.93; McKillop, 5,458.36; McKim, 10,120.00; 
McLean, 990.00; McMurrich, 2,161.21; McNab, 3,500.00. 

Macaulav, 1,503.59; Machin, 2,640.00; Madoc, 2,848.22; Machar, 2,859.02; 
Maidstone, 8,131.07; Malahide, 6,757.57; Maiden, 3,570.55; Manvers, 3,079.46; 
Mara, 4,924.55; March, 1,565.15; Mariposa, 3,675.08; Markham, 14,316.91; 
Marlborough, 1,387.98; Marmora and Lake, 2,860.00; Martland, 1,495.00; 
Maryborough, 3,471.58; Marvsburg North, 1,101.90; Marysburg South, 
1,362.49; Matchedash, 1,583.85; Matilda, 6,541.51; Mattawan, 1,200.00; 
Mayo, 1,680.00; Medonte, 10,125.00; Medora and Wood, 17,000.00; Melanc- 
thon, 4,497.53; Melick and Jaffray, 2,450.00; Mersea, 11,496.81; Metcalfe, 
3,298.24; Middleton, 4,417.34; Minden, 2,585.19; Minto, 3,958.40; Monaghan 
North, 3,679.54; Monck, 4,565.00; Mono, 5,091.46; Monmouth, 1,001.16; 
Montague, 1,600.93; Monteagle and Herschel, 3,360.00; Moore, 6,935.86; 
Moravian Indian Reserve, 325.00; Morley and Pattullo, 3,817.80; Mornington, 
4,387.56; Morris, 5,690.40; Morrison, 2,472.00; Morson, 195.00; Mosa, 3,376.27; 
Moulton, 3,197.77; Mountain, 4,599.37; Mud Lake Indian Reserve, 131.42; 
Mulmur, 6,230.54; Murray, 3,512.67; Muskoka, 4,950.00. 

Nairn, 598.01; Nassagaweya, 4,706.38; Neebing, 10 577.61; Neelon and Garson, 
2,100.00; Nelson, 5,318.66; Nepean, 11,205.22; New Credit Indian Reserve, 
168.83; Niagara, 7,022.38; Nichol, 3,160.89; Nipigon, 1,916.29; Nipissing, 
2,876.89; Nissouri East, 6,093.10; Nissouri West, 4,543.48; Normanby, 3,746.80; 
Norwich North, 4,389.77; Norwich South, 5,055.63; Nottawasaga, 5.591.39. 

Oakland, 1,269.66; Oakley, 814.42; Osnabruck, 4,707.08; O'Connor, 2,754.34; 
Olden, 3,010.64; Oliver, 3,850.00; Oneida, 2,350.04; Onondaga, 1,896.12; 
Ops, 5,392.52; Orford, 3,510.07; Orillia, 7,800.00; Oro, 6,062.17; Osgoode, 
9,964.50; Oso, 3,786.02; Osprey, 4,237.47; Otonabee, 4,848.13; Oxford-on-Rideau, 
4,399.47; Oxford East, 3,998.31 ; Oxford North, 2,400.12; Oxford West, 2,006.00. 

Paipoonge, 5,209.82; Pakenham, 2,750.00; Palmerston, N.and S. Canonto, 6,000.00; 
Papineau, 3,000.00; Peel, 5,249.42; Pelee Island, 2,500.00; Pelham, 6,011.26; 
Pembroke, 360.00; Percy, 4,448.38; Perry, 289.33; Pickering, 11,242.68; Pilk- 
ington, 4,724.28; Pittsburg, 1,987.34; Plantagenet North, 4,944.84; Planta- 
genet South, 3,864.98; Playfair, 1,358.71; Plummer Additional, 1,629.52; Plymp- 
ton, 6,784.01; Portland, 3,437.42; Presqu'ile Park, 1,166.65; Prince, 770.00; 
Proton, 4,013.05; Puslinch, 5,227.14. 

Raleigh, 10,728.09; Raglan, 1,950.00; Rainham, 4,500.00; Rama, 2,399.41; 
Rama Indian Reserve, 240.00; Ramsay, 3,687.43; Ratter and Dunnet, 2,772.90; 
Rayside, 2,940.16; Reach, 5,953.58; Rice Lake Indian Reserve, 143.90; Rich- 
mond, 2,535.56; Ridout, 1,105.40; Rochester, 2,938.54; Rolph, Buchanan 
and Wylie, 4,951.28; Romney, 2,063.07; Ross, 2,709.95; Roxborough, 4,580.00; 
Russell, 5,530.62; Rutherford and George Island, 279.41; Ryde, 1,990.33; 
Ryerson, 3,493.22. 

St. Edmunds, 3,078.57; St. Joseph, 2,660.00; St. Vincent, 4,924.87; Salter, May 
and Harrow, 2,894.65; Saltfleet, 9,323.01; Sandwich East, 1,511.27; Sand- 
wich South, 2,250.00; Sandwich West, 6,348.24; Sandfield, 654.50; Sarawak 
900.13; Sarnia, 5,968.52; Sarnia Indian Reserve, 595.67; Saugeen, 1,448.57 
Saugeen Indian Reserve, 418.97; Scarboro, 29,128.88; Schreiber, 865.35 
Scotia, 3,198.05; Scott, 3,986.09; Sebastopol, 825.00; Seneca, 4,677.04; Sey 



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Township Roads, etc. — Continued 

mour, 4,447.27; Sheffield, 3,666.95; Sherborne and McClintock, 796.35; Sher- 
brooke, 474.89; Sherwood, Jones and Burns, 1,834.49; Shuniah, 9,581.44 
Sidney, 5,925.64; Six Nations Indian Reserve, 9,025.42; Smith, 3,743.95 
Snowdon, 1,612.29; Sombra, 13,569.39; Somerville, 2,312.24; Sophiasburg 
3,215.72; South Sherbrooke, 2,082.12; Southwald, 10,769.79; Springer, 4,469.11 
Stafford, 1,365.00; Stamford, 15,932.33; Stanhope, 1,625.00; Stanley, 3,000.00 
Stephen, 3,787.36; Stephenson, 2,182.28; Stisted, 2,400.00; Storrington, 1,985.59 
Strong, 3,810.14; Sullivan, 4,856.17; Sunnidale, 4,662.91; Sydenham, 6,263.10 

Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional, 1,120.00; Tarentorus, 4,109.38; Tav, 7,195.55 
Teck, 36,382.71; Tecumseth, 4,973.97; Tehkummah, 1,645.00; Thessalon 
2,819.74; Thompson, 525.00; Thorold, 10,226.97; Thorah, 2,971.35; Thurlow 
6,707.99; Tilbury East, 7,933.37; Tilbury North, 3,751.99; Tilbury West 
3,822.47; Tiny, 7,898.17; Tisdale, 13,621.00; Torbolton, 2,418.22; Toronto 
19,897.23; Toronto Gore, 2,343.08; Tosorontio, 3,853.40; Townsend, 9,556.52 
Trafalgar, 8,891.55; Tuckersmith, 3,474.32; Tudor and Cashel, 2,238.12; Turn- 
berry, 2,006.29; Tyendinaga, 3,105.05; Tyendinaga Indian Reserve, 1,500.00. 

Usborne, 3,439.21; Uxbridge, 3,785.21. 

Vaughan, 9,647.18; Verulam, 5,175.00; Vespra, 3,754.00. 

Wainfleet, 9,826.86; Walpole, 8,203.42; Walpole Island Indian Reserve, 819.73; 
Wallace, 3,097.91; Walsingham North, 5,300.00; Walsingham South, 3,856.10; 
Warwick, 4,464.20; Waterloo, 12,436.91; Waters, 2,106.00; Watt, 3,120.00; 
Wawanosh, 1,979.64; Wawanosh West, 2,519.37; Wellesley, 9,957.98; West- 
minster, 9,832.96; Whitchurch, 6,909.36; Whitby, 3,461.78; Whitby East, 
2,651.15; Whitney, 3,104.07; Wicksteed, 752.12; Widdifield, 4.200.00; Wilber- 
force, 2,600.00; Williams East, 2,168.98; Williams West, 2,321.24; Williams- 
burg, 4,482.23; Willoughby, 1,723.49; Wilmot, 6,420.22; Winchester, 9,594.20; 
Windham, 8,202.54; Wolfe Island, 512.62; Wolford, 2,537.47; Wollaston, 
2,743.35; Woodhouse, 4,524.95; Woolwich, 5,921.41; Worthington, 1,587.38. 

Yarmouth, 9,257.52; Yonge Escott Rear, 2,880.23; Yonge Front, 2,675.01; York, 
42,864.31; York East, 26,887.99; York North, 40,416.05. 

Zone, 2,970.11; Zorra East, 6,194.98; Zorra West, 4,427.32. 

Total 2,560,591 34 

Less: Refunds 3,263 94 

2,557,327 40 

Unemployment Relief 
Secondary and Development Roads ($4,485,627.91) 

Pay Lists, wages of men, etc.: 

Division No. 2, London 2,713 33 

" 6, Toronto 721 00 

" 7, Port Hope 32,481 50 

" 8, Brockville 2,120 65 

" 9, Ottawa 16,163 55 

" 10, Bancroft 17,709 09 

" 11, Huntsville 86,369 27 

" 12, Parry Sound 91,887 53 

"13, North Bay 65,013 32 

" 14, New Liskeard 109,534 48 

" 15, Matheson 1 16,769 28 

" 16, Cochrane 164,827 12 

" 17, Sudbury 122,136 21 

" 18, Blind River 136,036 53 

" 19, Fort William 256,934 77 

" 20, Kenora 84,225 87 

" 21, Fort Frances 97,580 14 

— 1,403,223 64 

Property for Right-of-Way: 

Alcock, C, 350.00; M. R. Archer, 250.00; J. A. Armstrong, 364.48. 
Baker, Mrs. A., 102.00; Mrs. M. Barrette, 267.25; R. R. Batty, 250.00; Beaver 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 112.57; Bay Mines, Ltd., 549.18; C. L. Boland, 262.20; 
A. Bouchard, 175.00; M. Bouchard, 100.00; Jas. H. Brown, 500.00; P. and E. 
C. Brown, 154.90; Mrs. C. Buell, 550.00; R. Bulmer, 125.00. 



F52 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS NoJ. 

Unemployment Relief — Continued 
Secondary Roads, etc. — Continued 
Property for Right-of-Way — Continued 

Carew, F. J., 125.00; Mrs. E. Chalmers, 229.45; Cochrane Land Titles Office, 

118.86; F. A. Cook, 118.50; H. and W. N. Creasor, 202.88. 
Davidson, J. M., 119.50; A. and R. Dublestyne and P. Arcand, 113.93. 
Ferguson, St. Clair, 100.00; G. Forsyth, 300.00; A. Francis, 100.00. 
Gerhard, N. T., 809.30; J. W. Graham, 214.29; K. C. Grimshaw, 600.00. 
Hagen, R., 105.15; Haliburton County Registry Office, 133.14; W. H. Hartford, 

132.53; H. Hastie, 583.50. 
John, A., 275.00; A. Johnson, 800.00. 

Kelly, N. A., 195.45; Kenora Registry Office, 331.36; N. G. Kingston, 100.00. 
Langmaid, S., 376.74; C. Leif, 100.00; L. Leslie, 175.00; P. Losch, 200.00; D. 

and V. Lufta, 135.00. 
McColeman, N. J., 304.60; Charlie MacDonald, 127.58; Mrs. C. A. McDonald, 

532.70; Mrs. M. E. McDougall, 155.18; J. A. McNabb, 300.00. 
Manch, J. B. and A. A., 235.40; Manitoulin District Registry Office, 140.00; 

D. Martin, 200.00; P. Mattison, 300.00; VV. Moore, 550.00. 
Nadon, E., 180.00. 

O'Connor, S. and D., 478.90; J. Ogima, 275.00. 
Parish, F., 110.73; C. Poole, 700.00; Wm. J. Powell, 106.45. 

Raby, F. W., 100.00; S. Ray, 175.00; S. E. Richardson, 361.85; K. G. Ross, 200.00. 
Sanfrancisco, L., 275.00; f. Shankland, 192.65; D. Sloss, 222.00; A. Stanhope, 

250.00. 

Tattrie, O. C, 400.00; M. R. Thorburn, 142.80. 

Wadow, J., 110.00; H. Webster, 192.25; E. Weeks, 831.60; J. Williams, 184.05; 

Wm. H. Wilson, 250.00. 
Young, F. C, 200.00. 
Zimmerman, H., 150.00. 

Accounts under $100, 4,133.29. 

Total 23,974 19 

Contracts: 

Anderson, Emil, No. 38-31, grading and culverts, Nipigon to 5 miles north, 
103,507.41; Anderson Construction Co., No. 37-1902, grading, culverts and 
gravelling, 4 miles, Trans-Canada Highway to Red Rock Station, 2,456.64; 
Angus & Taylor, Ltd., No. 36-140, grading, culverts, etc., 6.24 miles, Beard- 
more to Sand River Gold Mines, 17,017.43. 

Bab Construction, Ltd., No. 38-96, Frederickhouse River Bridge, South Cochrane 
District, 16,780.00; Barnett-McQueen Co., Ltd., No. 37-100, 4 culverts, Thun- 
der Bay District, 14,786.41; R. A. Blyth, W. O. No. 2306, Field Subway, Field 
River Valley Road, 2,749.83; R. H. Bond, No. 37-101, gravelling and culverts 
at C.P.R. Subway, Dryden, 7,929.92; Clayton E. Bush, W. O. No. 1182, location 
survey, 17 miles north of Hydro to 39 miles north of Hydro, 10,425.00. 

Carter-Halls-Aldiner Co., Ltd., No. 38-05, grading and 6 bridges, Kenora Dis- 
trict, 14,978.58; No. 38-30, grading and culverts, 2.37 miles, Kenora to Air- 
port, 48,298.28; Chas. Collen, No. 37-2011, grading, culverts and gravelling, 
Thunder Lake Road, 10,458.16; A. Cope & Sons, Ltd., No. 38-14, and ext. 
1000, surface treatment, 6 miles, Red Lake to Madsen, 13,240.00; No. .38-15, 
grading and culverts, 2.25 miles, Wawa to Helen Mine, 24,111.67 ; No. 38-89, 
crushed gravel, Chamberlain and Dack Townships, 11,700.00; Curran & 
Briggs, Ltd., No. 38-90, crushed gravel, New Liskeard to Quebec Boundary, 
10,808.88. 

Disher Steel Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-223 exts., steel superstructure, Wata- 

beag River Bridge, 13,316.28; Dufferin Paving Co., Ltd., No. 36-129 ext. 

1402, grading, culverts and gravelling, Wendigo Mine Road, 1,370.10; No. 

37-2008, grading and culverts, Melick Township, Essex Road, 552.37. 
Euler, W., No. 37-2009, Shallow Lake Bridge approaches, Wabigoon Twp., 

2,566.94. 
Galbraith Contracting Co., W. O. No. 1070, crushing and placing gravel, Blue, 

Pratt, McCrosson and Tovell Twps., 7,164.99; No. 1469, gravelling, Carpenter 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F53 

Unemployment Relief — Continued 

Secondary Roads, etc. — Continued 
Contracts — Continued 

Township, Emo northerly, 6,128.78; Gustiana Construction Co., No. 1287, 
crushed gravel, Sudbury Division, 16,155.96. 

Hennessey & Hennessey, No. 36, Project 1, gravel road, 26 miles, Doghole Bay 
to Pickle Crow Mine and Central Patricia Gold Mine, 24,038.00; No. 37-53 
ext., 2739, grading, culverts and gravelling, Pickle Crow Mine to Albanv River 
Mine, 249.95; No. 37-186, crushed gravel, Charlton to Elk Lake, 10,375.80; 
Hewitson Construction Co., Ltd., No. 38-32, grading and culverts, 8 miles, 
5 miles north of Nipigon to 14 miles south of Orient Bay, 80,092.00; No. 38-38, 
grading and culverts, 7 miles of 18 ft. road, Armstrong to Wagaming Airport, 
58,063.50; Holdcroft Construction Co., Ltd., No. 36-94 ext., 2254, grading 
and culverts, 9.3 miles, Mattawa to Herrington Creek, 62,538.34. 

Industrial Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-91, grading and culverts, 12 miles, 
Kinmount to Gooderham, 25,875.06. 

Johnson Bros. Co., Ltd., No. 37-259, grading and culverts, 11 miles, 5 miles 
north of Fenelon Falls to junction of Burnt River Road and Bobcaygeon Road, 
110,295.05; No. 38-37, grading and culverts, 6 miles, Beardmore to 6 miles 
south, 56,032.19. 

Long Lac Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-88 and 3442, grading and culverts, 
16 miles, Shebandowan Road, 153,566.75; A. Lothian, W. O. No. 794, crushed 
gravel, Field north, 7 miles and Field to River Valley, 10 miles, 3,722.25. 

McLean, M. L., No. 36-102, grading and culverts, 43.2 miles, Ear Falls to Jackson 
Manion Mine, 10,853.70; No. 37-266, grading and culverts, Red Lake to Madsen 
Red Lake to Faulkenham, 2,665.65; No. 38-13, grading and culverts, 49 miles, 
Gold Pines to Uchi Mines, 109,043.05; D. A. McLeod, No. 1515, gravelling 
Secondary Roads, Gibbons Twp., 220.84; C. L. McMurchy & H. Armstrong, 
No. 37-265, gravelling, Warren to Rutter, 50,291.53; McNamara Construction 
Co., Ltd., No. 37-223 and exts., grading, culverts and bridges, Shillington to 
Matheson to Ramore to Barbers Bay, 624,471.87; No. 38-12, surface treat- 
ment, oil dustlayer, Matheson Division, 4.339.65; No. 38-67, grading and 
culverts, 7 miles, Frederickhouse River to Pamour Mine, 131,792.00. 

Mackey, W. A., No. 37-86, grading and culverts, 8.25 miles, Falconbridge mine 
Road, 15,549.25; No. 38-34, grading and culverts, 7 miles, Orient Bay to 7 
miles south, 37,523.67; W. O. Nos. 896 and 689, crushed gravel, Sudbury to 
Falconbridge, 25,837.65; W. O. No. 799, crushed gravel, 10 miles, Falcon- 
bridge to Skead, 4,831.23; Wallace A. Mackey, Ltd., No. 38-34, grading and 
culverts, 7 miles, Orient Bay to 7 miles south, 27,207.96; John Maguire Con- 
tracting Co., Ltd., No. 36-143 ext., grading and culverts, Gowganda to Tyrell 
Twp. Road, 6,744.09; No. 37-267, grading and culverts, Tyranite Mines to 
Houston Lake, 67,473.66; W. O. No. 1003, crushing and supplying gravel, 
Little Current southerly and westerly, 21,600.22; Mascioli Construction Co., 
Ltd., No. 38-16, grading and culverts, 1.5 miles, South Porcupine to Timmins, 
24,992.55; Chas. Merrill, No. 37-269, grading and culverts, Goldrock Portage, 
Minnehaha Lake to Goldrock, 11.806.19. 

Ontario Paper Co., Ltd., grading, Heron Bay Station to townsite and wharf, 
Pic Township, 15,000.00. 

Petursson, R. F., No. 37-2012, grading, culverts and gravelling, Redvers sub- 
district of Dryden, Clay Lake Road, 6,367.82; Premier Construction, Ltd., 
W. O. No. 38-28 ext. 1009, crushed gravel, Quibell to Vermillion Bay, 1,842.45. 

Quinte Construction, Ltd., No. 37-81, grading and culverts, 3 miles, Huntsville to 
Baysville Road, 71,807.64; No. 37-197, crushed gravel, 10 miles, Huntsville 
to Baysville Road, 2,544.08. 

Rayner Construction, Ltd., No. 37-202, crushed gravel, 10 miles, Trout Creek 
to Loring Highway, 10,403.69; No. 37-203, crushed gravel, 7 miles, Powassan 
to Restoule Road, 8,002.48; No. 37-233 and W. O. No. 941, gravel and mulch 
treatment, Bracebridge to Port Carling, 28,034.27; No. 37-273, grading and 
culverts, 12 miles, Bankfield to east limits of LeGault Township, 122,509.15; 
No. 37-273 ext. 1798, grading and culverts, 6 miles, Geraldton to Little Long 
Lac westerly, 39,796.00; No. 38-36, grading and culverts, 6 miles, north of 
Orient Bay to point 6 miles south of Beardmore, 90,273.93; W. O. No. 2062, 
surface drainage ditch, Town of Geraldton, 585.81; W. O. No. 1060, grading 
and culverts, 3, miles, Bankfield to Kenwell, 14,198.51; N. D. No. 9, P. A. ext. 
A, surfacing, Little Long Lac to Bankfield, 1,345.05; N. D. No. 9 P. A. ext. B, 



F54 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Unemployment Relief — Continued 

Secondary Roads, etc. — Continued 
Contracts — Continued 

surfacing, Geraldton to Little Long Lac to Hardrock Road, 418.95; N. D. No. 9 
P. A. ext. C, road construction, Bankfield to Wild Goose Lake, 2,200.11; 
N. D. No. 9 P. A. ext. D, road construction, Geraldton to Hutchison Lake, 
546.94; Roadbuilders, Ltd., No. 37-91, grading and culverts, 12 miles, Kin- 
mount to Gooderham, 68,922.02; No. 37-262, grading and culverts, 2.7 miles, 
Dacre to Shamrock, 1,003.00. 

Standard Steel Construction Co., Ltd., No. 38-96 B, superstructure, Frederick- 
house River Bridge, 39,900.00; Storms Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 38-33, 
grading and culverts, 7 miles, point 14 miles south of Orient Bay, 124,267.40. 

Tomlinson Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-87, grading and culverts, 16 miles, 
Beardmore to Jellicoe, 90,758.46; No. 37-274, and 1782, grading and culverts, 
east end of No. 37-87 to west end of No. 37-273, Legault Twp., 46,760.93; 
No. 38-35, grading and culverts, 7 miles, Orient Bay northerly, 115,785.07. 

White Star Mines, No. 37-199, crushed gravel, 20 miles, Minden to Haliburton 
to Wilberforce, 3,994.39; Whitehead & Decourcey, No. 37-253, %-in. crushed 
stone, 3 miles, Rosseau to Hayes Corners, 1,802.01; F. R. Wilford & Co., Ltd., 
No. 37-92, grading and culverts, 29.5 miles, Minden to Haliburton to Wilber- 
force, 77,033.59. 

Total 3,104,701 03 

Material and Supplies: 

Bituminous Materials 55,089 02 

Gas and Lubricants 43,545 38 

Lumber 42,785 1 1 

Creosoted Lumber 36,622 55 

Gravel 36,376 26 

Material and Services 33,910 71 

Cement 32,767 86 

Camp Supplies 28,413 02 

Calcium Chloride 25,798 70 

Steel 24,572 82 

Car Mileage 17,868 25 

Dust Layer 16,547 96 

Culverts, Steel 13,036 70 

Hardware 11,730 54 

Fencing Material 9,797 17 

Snow Clearing 9,359 46 

Explosives 8,537 80 

Travelling Expenses 8,430 71 

Road and Other Equipment 4,404 40 

Rentals and Storage 4,241 20 

Posts, Wooden 3,296 09 

Municipal Work 3,111 45 

Stone 3,014 06 

Coal and Wood 2,799 35 

Snow Fence 2,561 33 

Handrail 2,328 31 

Inspecting and Testing 2,069 95 

Miscellaneous 1,621 50 

Office Expenses 1,548 55 

Siding and Wig Wags 1,376 16 

Board of Men 1,140 22 

Kerosene 879 80 

Blacksmithing 801 04 

Telephone and Telegraph 659 11 

Paint and Painter's Supplies 638 82 

Signs 472 63 

Borrow Pits and Fills, etc 436 60 

Railway Crossings 425 22 

Rental of Trucks 397 01 

Moving Poles, and Public Utilities 315 87 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 55 



Unemployment Relief — Continued 




Secondary Roads, etc. — Continued 




Material and Supplies — Continued 




Steel Posts 


269 70 


Sand 


240 44 


Salt 


203 35 


Consulting Engineers' Services 

Gully Grates and Catch Basins 

Culverts, Concrete 


188 12 
131 73 
120 67 








494.882 70 



Abitibi Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 273.00; Algoma Central & Hudson Bay Rail- 
way Co., 475.91; Algoma Laundry, 179.15; J. A. C. Allan & Co., 396.45; Alex. 
Anderson, 420.31; Emil Anderson Construction, 1,930.01; J. A. Anderson, 
170.48; W. J. Anglin, 2,672.25; Angst Bros., 154.59; A. Arbic, 127.84; J. L. 
Armour, 112.50; J. G. Armstrong, 509.36; Arnstein Garage, 125.52; Art Metro- 
pole, 517.07; E. Atthill, 105.72; H. Aultman, 135.95; Azilda Garage, 438.06. 

Baby, J. D., 841.81; J. C. Backus, 219.60; Barrett Co., Ltd., 7,600.67; H. A. 
Batsford, 218.75; Beardmore Lumber & Supply Co., 202.45; Beardmore Tele- 
phone Co., 229.43; E. L. Beaudro, 429.41; Beaver Lumber Co., Ltd., 934.02; 
R. Beilhartz, 727.24; H. H. Bell, 127.85; H. P. Bell, 155.60; W. B. Bell, 191.11; 
Berens River Mines, Ltd., 11,443.84; Bergman & Nelson, 140.88; M. Bertolo, 
109.00; H. O. Bingleman, 445.61; G. H. Bisaillon, 220.64; Bituminous Spraying 
& Contracting Co., Ltd., 454.75; Black Bros., 136.51; Estate of J. Blanchard, 
117.80; Bondy & Johnson, 294.50; Brandon & Gamble, 114.18; F. Y. W. Brath- 
waite, 290.32; J. T. Brett, 168.30; V. Brisson, 300.28; British American Oil 
Co., Ltd., 11,021.89; Brunner, Mond, Canada, Ltd., 25,475.29; P. Burke, 
163.40; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 8,583.80; Burns & Co., Ltd., 2,958.03; 
B. Busch, 206.70; R. W. Butler, 333.63. 

Cadeau, A., 100.85; J. Campbell & Sons, 329.46; K. W. Campbell, 107.40; Camp- 
bell Timber Co., 372.01; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 27,006.40; Canada Creo- 
soting Co., Ltd., 19,592.26; Canada Culvert Co., Ltd., 2,567.88; Canada 
Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., 2,639.20; Canadian Industries, Ltd.. 4,309.16; Canadian 
National Express, 196.26; Canadian National Railways, 10,427.06; Canadian 
National Telegraphs, 149.23; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 7,325.92; Cana- 
dian Pacific Railway Co., 2,435.81; Canadian Steel Corporation, Ltd., 584.40 
S. D. Cashmore, 932.12; Caswell Construction, Ltd., 718.50; A. E. Caufield 
260.71 ; Chalet-Bungalow Lodge, 122.00; Chappies, Ltd., 337.30; L. A. Charlebois 
229.95; G. Charles, 181.70; L. B. Christie, 100.00; W. W. Christopherson 
108.00; City Meat Market, 209.29; Cochrane Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 560.59 
Coldwater Crushed Stone, Ltd., 1,821.24; M. B. Collins, 840.61; C. Collison, 
318.58; Connaught Timber Co., Ltd., 1,083.95; D. Connelly, 534.40; Con- 
struction Supplies, 2,280.39; Consumers' Co-op. Store Co., Ltd., 119.79 
Cook & Evans, 494.42; W. R. Corey, 175.05; Corner Store, 276.82; C. Cote 
138.00; A. Cowden, 165.73; Crawley & McCracken Co., Ltd., 124.64; W 
Creasor, 165.25; D. Crozer, 119.60; Curran & Briggs, Ltd., 12,048.16; Currie 
Products, Ltd., 9,701.70; Curry's Shell Service, 116.86; W. R. Curry & Son, 
358.85. 

Damour, J., 928.32; F. J. Dampier, 614.25; H. Daoust, 511.42; W. G. Daoust, 
277.40; Davidson's Service Station, 132.16; Delongchamp Cartage Co., Ltd., 
811.25; C. Dickinson, 159.10; District Services, Ltd., 3,008.50; C. J. Dix, 
227.00; J. A. Dobbs, 109.70; L. P. Dobbs, 204.32; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., 
651.90; Dominion Road Machinery Co., Ltd., 138.37; A. F. Doyle, 327.60; 
I. Dubrick, 110.00; H. D. Duff, 140.76; Durance Motors, Sales & Service, 
Ltd., 177.29. 

Edberg, A., 151.10; Elk Lake Garage, 117.61. 

Falconbridge Nickel Mines, Ltd., 734.74; T. H. Farley, 118.85; L. Faubert, 462.70 
Feldman Timber Co., Ltd., 149.20; P. Fernane, 248.45; A. A. Ferris, 178.92 
Field Lumber Co., Ltd., 321.54; A. T. Fife & Co., 343.07; A. G. Fisher, 174.98 
Fitzsimmons Fruit Co., Ltd., 129.74; J. W. Fogg, Ltd., 515.24; Fontaine Lumber 
& Timber Co., Ltd., 325.42; C. Forrest, 294.45; W. Forsythe, 859.50; French 
River Supply Post, 248.40; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 4,323.38. 

Gagnon, P., 110.77; Galbraith Contracting Co., 1,053.25; B. Gardner, 100.00; 
W. Gareau, 306.65; Garson Garage, 365.43; G. Gaffney, 374.45; C. Geddes, 



F56 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Unemployment Relief — Continued 
Secondary Roads, etc. — Continued 
Material and Supplies — Continued 

107.04; M. Gendron, 738.82; Get Gas, Ltd., 607.50; J. H. Glanville, 344.34; 
A. B. Gordon & Co., Ltd., 1,783.41; J. Griffis, 261.70; J. Groves, 508.97; C. 
A. Guenette, 121.94. 

Hadley-McHaffie Construction Co., Ltd., 520.00; O. J. Haigh, 214.70; Hailey- 
bury Lumber Co., Ltd., 179.20; H. W. Hamm, 100.68; M. O. Hamstead, 125.25. 
J. T. Haslehurst, 225.65; G. Hayward, 417.92; Hearst Lumber Co., 163.00; 
Heating & Mining Supplies, Ltd., 128.85; R. Hembruff, 114.00; T. H. Hender- 
son, 255.41; Hermanson & Korpi, 234.02; Hesson Lumber Co., Ltd., 109.66; 
Hewitson Construction Co., Ltd., 2,529.49; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 1,603.02; 
Hinton's Garage, 421.57; M. J. Hogan, 117.86; S. S. Holden, Ltd., 305.00; 
Hubbel Hardware Co., 841.34; Hudson's Bay Company, 5,133.13; Huntsville 
Planing Mills, 132.99; J. Hutchison, 1,346.08. 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., 14,799.93; N. Inkinen, 112.33; International Transit, Ltd., 
204.75; M. Irvine, 1,172.07. 

Jacobson, C. G., 225.10; W. Jacobson, 133.92; Jamot Garage, 232.89; G. Jarvis, 
122.18; Johnson Brothers Co., Ltd., 5,246.66; Johnson Lumber Co., 171.43; 
L. A. Johnson, 163.67; P. Johnson, 192.20; C. R. Johnston, 1,104.17; D. T. 
Johnston, 102.08. 

Kallio Hardware Co., W., 856.96; A. C. Keetch, 103.73; F. W. Kell, 100.25; 

C. Kennedy, 339.98; A. R. Kenny, 210.00; J. W. Ketchen, 163.39; Kingan 
Hardware Co., Ltd., 183.90; Kingsboro & Baxter, 571.63; A. F. Kirkham, 
207.90; S. Kivi, 162.72; John Kron & Son, 105.60. 

Labelle, S., 413.11; J. A. Lacombe, 429.49; F. Laframboise, 439.85; H. & D. 
Lafrance, 264.31; Laidlaw, Belton Lumber Co., Ltd., 521.11; C. T. Laidlaw, 
306.91; A. Lajeunesse, 300.00; Lakehead Oil, Ltd., 178.02; Lake Shore Garage, 
221.10; Lake Sulphite Pulp Co., Ltd., 209.51; A. Lambert, 190.10; F. Latimer, 
116.13; F. A. Latty, 118.88; A. E. Lavigne, 233.28; D. Lavigne, 197.10; R. 
P. G. Lawrence. 793.70; E. Lebert, 199.04; John Leckie, Ltd., 210.63; J. Leh- 
tonnen, 168.84; W. W. Leonard, 524.10; A. Levdier, 907.05; Walter Little, 
Ltd., 266.00; Long Lac Telephones, 179.55; Longhurst Bros., 412.00; A.Lothian, 
518.40; Lundy Fence Co., Ltd., 2,114.44. 

McColl Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 1,974.90; J. McConnell, 300.34; F. J. McDonald, 
124.04; P. J. McDonald, 343.71; G. W. McDonald, 144.41; A. McDougall, 
1,027.54; McDougall & Norquay, 347.94; McGregor & Co., 144.03; F. W. 
Mcintosh, 221.42; H. and Mrs. Mclntyre, 244.01; McKenzie Red Lake Gold 
Mines, Ltd., 4,647.59; J. A. McLaughlin, 684.15; G. McLean Co., Ltd., 448.39; 

D. A. MacLeod, 188.42; McNamara Construction Co., Ltd., 3,223.96. 

Mackey, W. A., 1,741.07; MacDonalds, Consolidated, Ltd., 2,143.35; MacDonald 
& MacDonald (Ontario), Ltd., 1,476.06; Magnetawan Garage, 231.70; B. I. 
Malmstedt, 149.65; F. Marr. 1,395.02; Marshall-Wells Co., Ltd., 5,147.96; 
C. R. Martyn, 318.87; Mascioli Construction Co., Ltd., 241.00; Master Builders 
Co., Ltd., 468.00; Matachewan Consolidated Mines, Ltd., 121.44; Matachewan 
Garage & Service Station, 171.16; Matachewan Hub Pioneer Mines, Ltd., 
162.20; D. Mathison, 181.50; A. Mayer, 103.96; Metallic Roofing Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 4,710.39; M. Miller, 194.45; R. Miller, 320.57; A. M. Mills, 122.00; 
Mining Corporation of Canada, Ltd., 4,722.90; E. Mooder, 114.04; Moore 
Bros., 598.66; G. H. Morrison, 242.45; E. Mortimer Co., 107.33; A. N. Mous- 
seau, 176.64; Alex. Murray & Co., Ltd., 16,571.09. 

Neal, W, 127.30; New Golden Rose Mine, Ltd., 300.00; North American Lumber 
& Supply Co., Ltd., 577.90; North Bav Lumber Co., 344.06; Sam North, 
152.00; North Star Oil, Ltd., 2,601.09; Northern Engineering & Supply Co., 
Ltd., 257.99; Northern Wood Preservers, Ltd., 12,613.15. 

Ontario Creosoting Co., Ltd., 331.52; J. Ouemette, 130.05. 

Paquette's Garage, 108.75; H. Parsons, 184.98; H. Pateman, 629.07; W. A. 
Patterson, 276.18; W. J. Patterson, 104.20; O. W. Pearson, 949.90; Pedlar 
People, Ltd., 6,773.52; S. Perrault, 100.70; A. Peters, 105.19; H. J. Petursson, 
428.43; H. R. Phipps, 125.75; Pigeon Timber Co., Lto., 297.00; W. S. Piper 
Ltd., 599.39; Thos. Pocklington Co., 335.05; T. C. Poelzer, 162.40; Wm. Pollock 
& Sons, Ltd., 214.66; City of Port Arthur, 201.86; Port Arthur Indian Agency, 
210.00; Municipality of Port Carling, 2,000.00; Municipality of Port Sydney, 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS FJ57 

Unemployment Relief — Continued 
Secondary Roads, etc. — Continued 

Material and Supplies — Continued 

660.60; Postmaster, 216.21; C. A. Povnton, 222.26; W. H. Prestage, 101.52; 
C. Proutv, 702.06; Dept. of Public Works (Province of Manitoba), 560.75; 
E. J. Purdon Service Station, 857.82; Jas. Purvis & Son, 1,467.94. 

Rayner Construction Co., Ltd., 20,958.54; A. L. Reeve, 212.58; Regnery Metals, 
161.43; Richards Landing Garage, 174.70; J. E. Richardson, 645.79; Roads 
Resurfacing, Ltd., 777.37; F. Roberts, 172.32; F. R. Robertson, Ltd., 108.35; 
Alfred Rogers, Ltd., 4,826.00; Roofers Supplv Co., Ltd., 1,909.48; J. W. Rork 
& Son, 614.03; H. Rosskopf, 213.20; E. Rowan, 325.00; T. R. Russell, 129.50. 

Salem Meat Market, 123.91; J. Salminen, 108.90; Sarnia Bridge Co., Ltd., 
2,328.31; Sarnia Fence Co., Ltd., 1,502.28; Sawyer-Massey, Ltd., 323.58; 
B. E. Schwarze, 347.68; C. Schwarze, 263.20; Scott's Bakery, 795.54; Louis 
Seguin & Fils, 287.36; Selkirk's General Store, 214.17; Shell Oil Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 1,854.69; Sherwin-Williams Co. of Canada, Ltd., 291.55; Shevlin-Clarke 
Co., Ltd., 664.54; A. Sillito, 356.86; G. A. Simonsen, 729.35; H. Sjostrum, 
147.02; Skerritt's Garage, 133.58; A. E. Smith, 104.08; H. S. Smith, 804.00; 
R. E. Smith, 1,808.04; Soo Lumber & Mill Co., Ltd., 266.37; Spadona Bros., 
245.17; Speers Bros., 113.77; F. J. Squire & Son, 159.27; Star Groceteria, 
1,177.34; Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd., 10,945.52; A. Stirling, 607.24; Storms 
Contracting Co., Ltd., 2,364.23; J. A. Strutt, 419.89; Sturgeon River Gold 
Mines, Ltd., 245.50; Sudbury Construction & Machinery Co., Ltd., 114.46; 
Swift Canadian Co., Ltd. 536.48. 

Tapp, E., 112.72; Geo. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 1,355.36; J. R. Taylor, 100.00; 
Temiskaming & Northern Ontario Railway, 7,408.54; A. Thompson, 449.45; 
Tomlinson Construction Co., Ltd., 1,628.12; Tompkins Hardware, 880.01; 
W. G. Tough, 215.63; J. Tranchemontagne, 148.56; Treadwell-Yukon Mining 
Corp., Ltd., 191.70; L. Tremblay, 102.20; Trout Creek Lumber Co., 172.37; 
Geo. Z. Trudeau, 102.54. 

United States Steel Products Co., 3,986.33. 

Vaillancourt, A., 224.56; Vallance Brown & Co.. Ltd., 339.32; P. Vandrunnen, 
336.64. 

Wabi Iron Works, Ltd., 122.70; B. J. Walker, 216.41; T. Ward, 369.41; Chas. 
Warnock & Co., Ltd., 383.86; A. J. Watkinson, 339.48; Watson & Lloyd, 161.82; 
R. G. Watson, 229.25; Wells & Emmerson, 1,075.83; Wells Hardware Co., 
Ltd., 565.20; Western Grocers, Ltd., 329.34; Wheeler & Bain, Ltd., 209.13; 
White Star Mine, 131.00; A. W. Whitney, 468.66; A. Williams, 171.06; H. 
N. Williams, 122.65; J. W. Wilson, 123.55; J. Winterbottom, 411.28; J. H. 
Winters, 129.68; G. Wood, 181.87; Howard Wood, 2,129.06; E. A. Woods, 
283.91; Wood's Garage, 163.33; Woodwire Fence Co., Ltd., 809.54; D. Wyman, 
635.01. 

Yearley, G. S., 136.92; Young-Davidson Hollinger Consolidated Gold Mines, 
Ltd., 105.72. 

Zagerman & Co., Ltd., M., 108.50. 
Accounts under $100, 39,331.98. 

Total 494,882 70 

Unemployment Relief $5,026,781 56 

Less Refunds (see page F 15) 541,153 65 

Net Expenditure, Unemployment Relief $4,485,627 91 

Statutory $41,295,224 30 

Total Expenditure, Department of Highways $41,977,156.69 






PART G 



DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 



FISCAL YEAR, 1938-39 



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Hon. G. D. Conant, Minister, 12 months (Statutory, see page B 30) 

Salaries ($48,626.23) 

Permanent 

McNairn, H. D Superintendent of Insurance and Registrar 

of Loan Corporations 12 months 

Armstrong, H. B Deputy Superintendent 

Beswick, E. N Secretarial Srenographer 

Campbell, W. K. C Chief Inspector 2 " 

Cliffe, Z Filing Clerk, Group 1 12 " 

Davis, R. E Office Boy 

Doyle, T Clerk Typist, Group 2 

Edwards, J Casualty Actuary 

Elliott, J Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Fluker, E. A Assistant Inspector 

Gibbons, J. G Inspector 

Henry, O. B " 

Hinch, E. A Clerk, Group 1 

Johnson, C. C Agency Officer 12 " 

Kerr, J. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 2 " 

Laird, J. S Clerk Stenographer, " 1 12 " 

Ness, H. C Inspector 5 " 

Perkins, J. L Assistant Inspector 12 " 

Rhodes, W Clerk, Group 2 

Richards, C Chief Inspector S}4 " 

Rogers, A. W Inspector 8 4/5" 

Sanderson, F Consulting Actuary 4 " 

Sheppard, G. N Inspector 12 " 

Smelt, W. J Secretary " 

Smith, A. P Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 

Thompson, E Filing Clerk, Group 1 

Tinline, T. C Assistant Inspector 

Williams, V Clerk Typist, Group 2 6^ " 

Temporary 

Cork, W. A Inspector 4 months 

Flath, A. J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 2 3/5" 

Jones, K. M Clerk Typist, Group 2 If 



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H. B. Armstrong, 97.96; J. Edwards, 225.70; E. A. Fluker, 310.35; J. G. Gibbons, 
583.61; O. B. Henry, 240.30; C. C. Johnson, 420.63; H. D. McNairn, 808.82; 
H. C. Ness, 33.65; J. L. Perkins, 1,629.56; C. Richards, 67.55; A. W. Rogers, 
324.34; G. N. Sheppard, 412.07; T. C. Tinline, 28.50 

Maintenance ($4,883.20) 

T. A. Edison of Canada, Ltd., 120.30; O. Hudson & Co., 1,005.00; International 
Business Machines, Ltd., 400.00; King's Printer, 1,412.54; K. M. Pringle, 200.00 
Retail Credit Co., Inc., 116.20; Stone & Cox, Ltd., 160.00; J. L. Wilson, 700.00 

Car tickets, 40.00; express, 20.17; newspapers and periodicals, 135.83 

telegrams, 55.61 ; telephone, 183.79; accounts under $100, 333.76 

Printing Annual Reports, etc. ($7,327.09) 

King's Printer, 8,142.61; less refunds various Provinces, share of cost of printing 
annual statement blanks, 815.52 

Grant to Association of Superintendents of Insurance ($200.00) 

Association of Superintendents of Insurance 

Total Expenditure, Department of Insurance $66,219 56 



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PART H 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 



FISCAL YEAR, 1938-39 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

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Salaries, Maintenance, etc 6 

Industry and Labour Board 7 

Apprenticeship Branch *. . . 7 

Boiler Inspection " 8 

Factory Inspection u 9 

Board of Examiners of Operating Engineers 9 

Ontario Government Employment Offices 9 

Minimum Wage Board 13 

Composite Inspection Division 14 

Workmen's Compensation Board 15 

Statutory 15 

Special Warrant 15 



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Hon. M. M. MacBride Minister, 3 months (Statutory, see page H 15) . . . . 



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Salaries ($33,940.42) 

Permanent 

Marsh, J. F Deputy Minister 12 months 

Allison, W. W Stock Clerk, Group 1 

Brown, B. I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 11 " 

Davis, H. E Secretarial Stenographer 12 " 

Ellis, E. M Clerk, Group 1 

Findlay, M Senior Investigator 

Fine, L Chief Conciliation Officer 

Harpell, A. D Accountant, Group 4 " 

Hutcheon, J Secretary to Minister and Departmental 

Secretary " 

Lang, A. G Clerk, Group 3 

Mason, G. E " " 1 

McLeod, K. S Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 1 " 

Murray, G. T Senior Clerk 7 " 

O'Connor, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 

Thomas, M.J " " " 1 

Thornton, M. L " " " 2 10 " 

Tolmie, H. C Clerk, Group 1 12 " 

Trewin, C Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

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Avery, F. H Special Industrial Standards Officer 4 months 

Brent, E. B Clerk, Group 3 1 " 

Brown, B.I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Buscombe, A. M Clerk Typist, Group 2 6 

Evans, O Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 

Generaich, M Office Boy 4*4 " 

Irwin, H. F Special Representative 1 " 

Roscoe, K. E Clerk Messenger, Group 2 8 " 

Thornton, M. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 2 " 



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412 50 


825 00 


213 33 


125 00 


600 00 


137 50 



Travelling Expenses ($2,887.38) 

J. F. Marsh, 504.43; F. H. Avery, 284.74; H. E. Davis, 33.50; L. Fine, 2,056.71;- 
Car tickets, 8.00 



2,887 38 



Maintenance ($3,365.06) 

Acousticon Dictograph Company of Canada, Ltd., 213.41; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 
120.05; King's Printer, 2,133.67; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., 117.00; Tele- 
grams, 98.91; telephone, 564.64; accounts under $100, 117.38 3,365 06 

General Stores — Purchase of Stationery, Printing and Supplies 
for all Branches ($4,265.43) 

King's Printer Purchases 1938-39 23,894 57 

Less transferred to various branches 19,629 14 

Stock on Hand at March 31st, 1939 4,265 43 

Investigations, Library, Publications, Journals, Subscriptions, etc. ($754.01) 
King's Printer, 482.50; Accounts under $100, 271.51. 754 01 

Insurance Premium on Caisson Inspector ($231.55) 
Crown Life Insurance Co 23 1 55 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR H_7 

Main Office — Continued 

Advertising, Educational Work, Conferences, etc. ($2,767.47) 

Canadian Unionist, 125.00; Canadian Congress Journal, 270.00; Daily Commercial 
News, Ltd., 103.25; Globe Printing Co., 301.00; Labour Review, 100.00; Labour 
Leader, 100.00; Toronto Evening Telegram, 165.20; Toronto Daily Star, 200.90; 
Accounts under $100, 1,402.12 2,767 47 

Compensation to Government Officials for Car Repairs ($77.50) 

H. A. Desjardins, North Bav Employment Office, 50.00; J. Sorton, Toronto Em- 
ployment Office, 27.50 77 50 

Grants ($1,150.00) 

Allied Trades & Labour Associations 500 00 

Warriors' Day Council 250 00 

International Labour Day Celebration Committee 300 00 

National Labour Day Committee 100 00 

Total $49,438 82 

Less: Distribution of Stationery Stock on hand from 

1937-38 3,819 81 

Main Office $45,619 01 

INDUSTRY AND LABOUR BOARD 

Salaries ($18,683.33) 

Permanent 

Young, E. J Commissioner of Industrial Standards 12 months 7,500 00 

Adams, J. C Industrial Standards Officer and Solicitor. . 3,500 00 

Mangan, M. F Assistant Commissioner of Industrial 

Standards " 3,000 00 

McKinlay, W. W Head Clerk, Group 1 " 2,850 00 

Watson, J. H Clerk, Group 1 9 " 1,125 00 

Temporary 

Avery, F. H Special Industrial Standards Officer 1 month 333 33 

Watson, J. H Clerk, Group 1 3 months 375 00 

Travelling Expenses ($808.50) 

J. C. Adams, 512.69; S. O. Cuthbertson, 82.54; M. F. Mangan, 126.07; A. B. Meikle- 

john, 36.45; E. J. Young, 38.25; J. H. Watson, 12.50 808 50 

Maintenance ($111.17) 

King's Printer, 97.09; Toronto Star, Ltd., 1,08 Telegrams, 9.78; telephone, 3.22. Ill 17 

Total Industry and Labour Board $19,603 00 

APPRENTICESHIP BRANCH 
Salaries ($17,141.50) 

Permanent 

Hawes, F. J Director 

Burgess, S Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Columbus, D.J Clerk Typist, Group 1 

Dennis, A. B. C Senior Clerk 

Dzaman, N Clerk Typist, Group 2 

Hamilton, L Clerk, Group 2 

Jackson, I. M Clerk Typist, Group 2 12 months 

Less leave of absence 

Johnson, J. R District Inspector 

Lacey, J. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

MacDonell, B.J " " " 1 



12 months 


2,400 00 


a 


1,500 00 


a 


900 00 


10 " 


1,333 33 


12 " 


825 00 


a 


1,050 00 


; 825 00 




54 33 


770 67 


12 months 


2,100 00 


a 


900 00 


u 


1,050 00 



H_8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Apprenticeship Branch — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Miernicke, L. A Clerk Typist, Group 2 12 months 825 00 

Sacrob, R Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 975 00 

Thorne, W District Inspector " 2,100 00 

Temporary 
Buscombe, A. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 6 months 412 50 

Advisory Committee, Per Diem Allowances ($1,991.00) 

E. Ball, 8.00; R. T. Barnes, 96.00; E. W. Black, 10.00; A. Bell, 8.00; H. Burlev, 
5.00; A. Carriers, 20.00; D. Cuff, 88.00; Mrs. A. Cork, 112.00; Mrs. V. Coons, 
100.00; Mrs. G. Dustoor, 8.00; B. C. Elliott, 96.00; R. J. Esdon, 5.00; B. Fair- 
burn, 5.00; L. Finch, 8.00; R. Furanna, 8.00; R. Gemmell, 5.00; G. H. Gibbard, 
15.00; H. Harper, 40.00; W. Hay, 80.00; A. Heatherwick, 665.00; R. V. Hig- 
gins, 112.00; D. Howse, 5.00; A. Janisse, 10.00; F. L. Jones, 15.00; N. Kemp, 
32.00; J. Leigh, 10.00; G. Loucks, 8.00; A. Lvne, 8.00; G. MacDonald, 4.00; 
R. N. Mackenzie, 5.00; H. A. Mann, 10.00; J. Marchen, 5.00; Mrs. O. Marshall, 
8.00; W. Maxwell, 8.00; J. A. McDonald, 5.00; D. F. Meade, 8.00; J. G. Miller, 
10.00; M. Mirback, 8.00; T. Mortimer, 24.00; J. Munro, 40.00; H. Orr, 5.00; 
R. A. O'Dell, 5.00; B. Phelps, 5.00; F. Phillips. 5.00; M. Prime, 5.00; W. S. 
Pringle, 10.00; J. Pettigrew, 5.00; Mrs. M. Robertson, 24.00; R. Roland, 
5.00; R. G. Rolston, 5.00; R. E. Schoenau, 15.00; E. Scott, 5.00; A. Smith, 
24.00; Mrs. F. Smith, 24.00; W. A. Stickles, 12.00; N. Stuthers, 5.00; P. B. 

Tolton, 10.00; F. White, 100.00; A. B. Yarrington, 5.00 1,991 00 

Travelling Expenses ($1,603.94) 

F. J. Hawes, 255.90; R. T. Barnes, 20.00; H. L. Bogle 3.00; A. Bell, 19.15; Mrs. 
W. Clermont, 31.40; E. Coons, 10.70; Mrs. C. Cole, 4.65; Mrs. A. Cork, 3.00; 
A. B. C. Dennis, 16.54; W. Hay, 40.35; A. Heatherwick, 394.46; N. Kemp, 2.30; 
J. R. Johnson, 488.18; R. A. Seasons, 22.50; W. Thorne, 289.26; Geo. Thorne- 

well, 2.55 1,603 94 

Maintenance ($3,199.24) 

Fraser & Co., 180.00; King's Printer, 2,605.13; Remington Rand, Ltd., 164.80; 

Telegrams, 6.51; telephone, 6.00; accounts under $100, 236.80 3,199 24 

Apprenticeship Branch $23,935 68 

BOILER INSPECTION BRANCH 

Salaries ($13,257.17) 

Permanent 

Briggs, J.N Examiner of Reports and Designs 12 months 2.400 00 

Brown, H Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 u 1,200 00 

Christie, A " a " 1 " 1,125 00 

Roberts, D. M Clerk, Group 1 u 1,600 00 

Smith, N Inspector " 2,300 00 

Stevenson, J " " 2,100 00 

Temporary 

Parker, C. J Inspector 1% months 1,274 15 

Templeton, J. H " ". 1,258 02 

Travelling Expenses ($2,677.14) 

J. N. Briggs, 556.73; M. H. Kerr, .50; C. J. Parker, 387.80; N. Smith, 1,088.68; 

J. Stevenson, 629.10; J. H. Templeton, 14.33 2,677 14 

Maintenance ($1,227.33) 

King's Printer, 1,101.26; Telegrams, 41.16; telephone, 51.64; accounts under 

$100, 33.27 1,227 33 

Boiler Inspection Branch $17,161 64 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 



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FACTORY INSPECTION BRANCH 

Salaries ($6,954.44) 

Permanent 

Gibson, C. G Examiner of Reports and Designs 

West, J. P " " " . 

Gilbert, E. H Clerk, Group 1 

Hanna, L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Haviland, M Clerk, Group 2 

Jennett, M. L Clerk Typist, Group 2 



Braithwaite, W. K. 



Temporary 
Clerk, Group 2 



10 months 

12 " 

« 

u 
a 


1,750 00 
297 58 

1,800 00 
975 00 

1,050 00 
825 00 


3 months 


256 86 



Maintenance ($1,658.97) 

King's Printer, 1,630.50; Telegrams, 4.37; telephone, 9.32; accounts under 

$100, 14.78 1,658 97 

Factory Inspection Branch $8,613 41 



BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF OPERATING ENGINEERS 
Salaries ($18,730.67) 



Permanent 



12 months 



Walker, F. B Chairman 

Bowerman, M. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

McComb, S Clerk, Group 1 

McCrary, M. A Clerk Typist, Group 1 " 

McGhie, C.I " " " 1 

Munro, W. J Inspector of Caisson Work 

Robertson, W Senior Clerk " 

Rose, S. G Member of Board 

Scott, W.J " " 

Waizman, M. T Clerk, Group 1 " 

Watts, E. R " « 3 2 " 

Wilde, R Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 11 " 

Temporary 

Sheridan, E. J Clerk, Group 2 4^ months 

Wilde, R / Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 1 



2,400 00 
1,200 00 
1,300 00 
1,125 00 
1,200 00 
2,000 00 
1,900 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
1,400 00 
150 00 
756 25 



430 67 
68 75 



Travelling Expenses ($4,221.86) 

F. B. Walker, 422.11; W. J. Munro, 1,891.19; S. G. Rose, 976.05; W. J. Scott, 
932.51 



4,221 86 



Maintenance ($3,099.28) 

King's Printer, 3,000.58; Telegrams, 40.06; telephone, 7.07; accounts under 

$100, 51.57 3,099 28 

Board of Examiners of Operating Engineers $26,051 81 



ONTARIO GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT OFFICES 
Salaries ($157,412.11) 

Permanent 
Head Office: 

Hudson, H. C General Superintendent 12 months 

Alley, H. H Clerk, Group 1 

Owen, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 

Belleville: 

Ross, W. D Superintendent, Group 3 



Peets, D. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 



3,300 00 

1,600 00 

975 00 



1,500 00 
900 00 



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No. 1 



Ontario Government Employment Offices — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Brantford: 

MacBride, M. H Superintendent, Group 2 12 months 

Corcoran, M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 

Chatham: 

Garner, H. C Superintendent, Group 3 " 

Garment, B Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Fort William: 

Power, A. H Superintendent, Group 3 

Fairbridge, E Clerk, Group 1 7 " 

Foxton, J. T u " 1 2 " 

Rennie. C. B " " 1 12 " 



2,100 00 
900 00 



1,800 00 
900 00 



1,700 00 
700 00 
250 00 

1,300 00 



Guelph: 

Robson, R. J Superintendent, Group 3 9 " 

Sinclair, M. I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 

Hamilton: 

Selkirk, W. A Superintendent, Group 1 

Drysdale, W. B Caretaker, Group 1 12 months 1,200 00 

Less leave of absence 700 00 

Glover, J Clerk, Group 1 12 months 

Johnson, I " " 1 

McCabe, P. J Senior Clerk " 

McMillan, M. S Clerk, Group 2 

Thompson, C. H " " 1 

Kenora: 

Ritchie, G Superintendent, Group 3 

Dubenski, F Clerk, Group 1 



Kingston: 

Mooers, H. 
Lennox, M 

Kitchener: 

Phillips, M. 
Youngblut, 

London : 



F Superintendent, Group 3 

Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3 



H Superintendent, Group 3 . . . . 

D. J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 



12 



Wray, H Superintendent, Group 2 . . . . 

Hulet, D Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 

McKay, E. M Clerk, Group 2 

White, R. H " " 1 



1,125 00 
900 00 



2,200 00 

500 00 
1,300 00 
1,400 00 
1,700 00 
1,125 00 
1,300 00 



1,600 00 
1,300 00 



1,500 00 
243 75 



1,800 00 
900 00 



2,100 00 

900 00 

1,200 00 

1,300 00 



New Toronto: 

Reid, H. N Superintendent, Group 3 

Goddard, M Clerk, Group 1 

Janes, G. W " " 1 



Niagara Falls: 

Hanan, H. P Superintendent, Group 2 

Bell, M. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 9 

North Bay: 

Desjardins, H. A Superintendent, Group 2 12 

McGuire, S Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Oshawa: 

Halliday, R Superintendent, Group 2 



Hawes, R. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 



1,700 00 
1,300 00 
1,400 00 



1,900 00 
618 75 



2,000 00 
900 00 



2,000 00 
825 00 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 



H 11 



Ontario Government Employment Offices — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 
Ottawa (Men): 

Hamilton, G Superintendent, Group 1 12 months 

Greene, A. L Clerk, Group 1 

Rousseau, R " " 1 

Turner, F Senior Clerk 

Valin, J. H Clerk, Group 1 

Ottawa (Women): 

Appleton, E. L Clerk, Group 1 

Currie, L. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Steacy, G. L " " * 2 



Pembroke: 

Hennessy, P. J Superintendent, Group 3 . . 

Brown, I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 6 



Peterborough : 

Douglas, D. M Superintendent, Group 3 . . . . 

Ruth, M. I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 

Port Arthur: 

Wood, A. C Superintendent, Group 2 . . . . 

Taylor, H. O Clerk, Group 1 



10 
12 



St. Catharines: 

Cunningham, L. P Superintendent, Group 2 

Cheshire, A. N Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 1 



St. Thomas: 

Mclntyre, D. A Superintendent, Group 3. . . . 

Price, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2, 

Sarnia: 

Palmer, A. E Superintendent, Group 3 . . . . 

Gracy, E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 



Sault Ste. Marie: 

Hunt, W. E Superintendent. Group 2 

Crisp, R. M Clerk Typist, Group 2 . . 



12 



Stratford : 



Langan, G. H Superintendent, Group 3 . . . . 

Myers, J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 



Sudbury: 

Woods, A. E Superintendent, Group 3 

Carmichael, A. H Clerk, Group 1 



Timmins: 

Murphy, D. M Superintendent, Group 3 " 

Dowse, T. E " " 3 

Michaud, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 4 " 

Toronto (Women): 

Corcoran, N Clerk, Group 2 12 " 

Firth, G. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Galpine, F Clerk, Group 2 

Harris, I " " 2 

Lane, M Telephone Operator, Group 1 u 

Salyerds, M Clerk, Group 2 12 months 975 00 

Less leave of absence 405 17 

Stewart, V " " 2 4 months 

Tompkins, E " " 1 12 " 

VanKoughnet, E " " 2 



2,200 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,700 00 
1,500 00 



1,600 00 
975 00 
900 00 



1,600 00 
487 50 



1,250 00 
975 00 



2,100 00 
1,600 00 



1,900 00 
75 00 



1,700 00 
900 00 



1,700 00 
1,050 00 



1,900 00 
825 00 



1,600 00 
900 00 



1,700 00 
1,600 00 



1,700 00 

1,600 00 

275 00 



1,200 00 
975 00 
975 00 
975 00 
975 00 

569 83 

350 00 

1,400 00 

1.200 00 



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No. 1 



Ontario Government Employment Offices — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 
Toronto (Men): 

Marsh, J. Fred Superintendent, Group 1 12 months 

Atkinson, H Clerk, Group 1 " 

Bagnato, W " " 1 

Burch, J. E " " 1 

Butt, F. C Senior Clerk 

Cherry, H Clerk, Group 1 

Cooney, T Fireman, Group 1 " 

Davids, R Senior Clerk Stenographer " 

Donnelly, B. P Clerk, Group 1 

Eakins, R. C Senior Clerk " 

Harrington, G Clerk, Group 1 " 

Hewson, E. K -. " " 1 

Hill, A. C Clerk 

Kane, H Caretaker, Group 1 9 " 

Kelly, F Clerk, Group 1 12 " 

Kent, W. G « " 1 

MacGregor, F. W " " 1 

Monie, D " " 1 

Pitman, W. R " " 1 

Robinson, W.H " " 1 10 " 

Ruddick, W Senior Clerk 12 months 1 

Less leave of absence 

Scott, T. H Scout 12 

Skelton, H Clerk, Group 1 

Sorton, J " " 1 

Vickers, J Cleaner and Helper 

Villeneuve, J. A Clerk, Group 1 

Windsor: 

Cooper, A. J Superintendent, Group 2 

Doherty, S. K Clerk, Group 1 

Fitzgerald, W. J ■ " 1 

Lacroix, G Clerk, Stenographer, Group 2 . , 



700 00 

54 84 

months 



Woodstock: 

Poste, R. E Superintendent, Group 3 

Winlaw, C. J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 9 



2,400 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,800 00 
1,300 00 
1,200 00 
1,500 00 
1,300 00 
1,900 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
900 00 
1,600 00 
1,300 00 
1,600 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,083 30 

1,645 16 
1,700 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,500 00 



2,100 00 

1,500 00 

1,600 00 

825 00 



1,500 00 
618 75 



Temporary 
Guelph: 

Robson, R. J Superintendent, Group 3 3 months 

Kingston: 

Thompson, H. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 9 5/6 a 

Niagara Falls: 

Bell, M. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3 " 



North Bay: 
Davis, A 



Clerk, Group 2 \y z " 



375 00 
676 04 
206 25 
132 14 



Owen Sound: 

Kreutzweiser, A. J Superintendent, Group 3 9 " 1,125 00 

McKay, C Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 618 75 



Pembroke : 

Bramburger, E. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 6 * 408 06 

Peterborough : 

Mellis, W. H. L Superintendent, Group 3 3 " 366 94 

St. Catharines: 

Stewart, E. R Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 11 ■ 749 60 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 



H 13 



Ontario Government Employment Offices — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Simcoe: 

Freeman, J. D Clerk, Group 1 10% months 1,070 97 



Timmins: 

Caron, M. A. I 

Michaud, M. E. . . . 



Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 5 

u u u 2 3 



Toronto (Women): 

Grant, C Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 S}4 

Toronto (Men): 

Holliday, J Fireman, Group 1 

Kane, H Caretaker, Group 1 



Welland: 

Dickie, M. H Superintendent, Group 3 

Delaney, J Clerk Typist, Group 2 . . 



Woodstock: 

Winlaw, C.J Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 



336 88 
206 25 



563 31 



5H " 

3 " 


525 81 
300 00 


8 u 
7 2 A « 


1,000 00 
477 82 


3 " 


206 25 



Travelling Expenses ($8,984.45) 

Head Office, 1,451.43; Belleville, 186.80; Brantford, 193.06; Chatham, 4.80; Fort 
William, 43.05; Guelph, 161.87; Hamilton, 257.15; Kenora, 673.32; Kingston, 
909.23; Kitchener, 76.04; London, 34.02; New Toronto, 224.78; Niagara Falls, 
39.37; North Bay, 450.69; Oshawa, 79.77; Ottawa (Men), 38.26; Owen Sound, 
11.23; Pembroke, 225.63; Peterborough, 408.26; Port Arthur, 14.20; St. Cathar- 
ines, 9.50; St. Thomas, 1,057.77; Stratford, 267.07; Sudbury, 26.95; Simcoe, 
29.69; Timmins, 60.25; Toronto (Women), 14.63; Toronto (Men), 1,761.80; 
Welland, 55.36; Windsor, 35.14; Woodstock, 183.33 



8,984 45 



Sundry Persons 



Advance Transportation ($87.29) 



87 29 



Maintenance ($52,486.35) 

Head Office, 826.32; Belleville, 532.99; Brantford, 1,204.53; Chatham, 871.29 
Fort William, 1,140.01; Guelph, 847.81; Hamilton, 2,711.53; Kenora, 437.11 
Kingston, 734.51; Kitchener, 984.42; London, 1,599.21; New Toronto, 1,630.37 
Niagara Falls, 1,097.80; North Bay, 1,587.51; Oshawa, 908.87; Ottawa (Men) 
3,219.53; Ottawa (Women), 278.75; Owen Sound, 867.33; Pembroke, 764.75 
Peterborough, 614.58; Port Arthur, 1,166.78; Sarnia, 1,043.84; St. Cathar 
ines, 1,045.82; Sault Ste. Marie, 128.49; St. Thomas, 933.07; Stratford, 584.63 
Sudbury, 1,067.58; Simcoe, 182.16; Timmins, 1,290.50; Toronto (Men), 18,840.14 
Welland, 605.70; Windsor, 2,037.04; Woodstock, 701.38 

Total $218,970 20 

Less: Dominion Government Subvention 59,320 04 



52,486 35 



Ontario Government Employment Offices $159,650 16 



Crawford, A. W 

Bayes, V Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Chambers, G Head Audit Clerk 

Costello, R. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 

Cummins, L " " " 1. 

Farmer, P Industrial Standards Officer. . 

Gallagher, A Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Gibb, E. G Senior Clerk 

Gray, G. I Clerk Stenographer, Group 2. 



MINIMUM WAGE BOARD 
Salaries ($28,650.00) 

Permanent 
Chairman 12 months 4,500 00 



975 00 
2,550 00 

900 00 
1,200 00 
3,500 00 

975 00 
1,700 00 

825 00 



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No. 1 



Minimum Wage Board — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Heakes, M. R Clerk, Group 2 12 months 

Jinks, L. W " " 2 

Little, A. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

McLachlin, D. F Clerk, Group 1 

Mearns, R u " 1 

O'Dell, E. W. A Investigator 

Sauriol, B. M Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Stephen, M Senior Investigator 

Travelling Expenses ($2,350.42) 

A. W. Crawford, 130.14; Geo. Chambers, 315.02; P. Farmer, 147.75; E. G. Gibb, 
4.75; W. W. McKinlay, 121.78; D. F. McLachlin, 252.45; E. W. A. O'Dell, 
1,312.61; M. Stephen, 65.92 

Maintenance ($3,792.98) 

King's Printer, 2,909.32; J. P. Madden, 133.00; Telegrams, 14.28; telephone, 

39.30; accounts under $100, 697.08 



1,200 00 
1,050 00 
975 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 
2,000 00 
1,400 00 
2,000 00 



2,350 42 



3,792 98 



Minimum Wage Board $34,793 40 



COMPOSITE INSPECTION DIVISION 
Salaries ($66,228.30) 

Permanent 

Prain, J. R Chief Inspector 12 months 

Jennette, O. C Industrial Standards Officer 

Albrough, R Inspector 

Barrett, W. H " 



Bourne, H ■ 

Burns, W * 

Campbell, D. N " 

Cheevers, W. J " 

Donnelly, T. H " 

Douglas, D. M ■ 

Farmer, W " 

Fenwick, G. L " 

Ferris, W. C " 

Gibson, C. G " 

Halcrow, G. G " 

Kelly, J. M « 

Kerr, O.J " 

Larocque, J. A " 

McAvoy, J. F " 

Needham, C. E " 

Scott, D u 

Shannon, R. J " 

Stanley, H « 

Stewart, J. F a 

Swarbrick, F Caisson Inspector 

Ferguson, M Inspectress 

Garden, N. B " 

Gurnett, E " 

Reesor, K. E " 

Scott, E " 

Sharp, E " 

Switzer, M. H " 



12 months 2,100 00 

Less leave of absence 493 95 
8 months 



Longthorne, L Clerk, Group 2 

Marriott, D u " 2 

Buckler, A. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Burley, A " " " 2 

Kelleher, H. T ■ " " 2 

Mills, B * " u 2 



12 



2 

9 

12 

2 
12 



10 

12 



3 000 00 
2,400 00 

2,200 00 

1,606 05 

1,466 64 

2,200 00 

1,900 00 

1,800 00 

1,900 00 

300 00 

1,350 0.0 

1,900 00 

1,900 00 

316 66 

1,900 00 

2,400 00 

2,000 00 

1,500 00 

1,800 00 

2,100 00 

1,900 00 

1,800 00 

1,900 00 

1,800 00 

2,400 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,600 00 

1,400 00 

1,600 00 

1,125 00 

1,600 00 

1,200 00 
1,200 00 

1,200 00 

975 00 

900 00 

618 75 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR HJ5 

Composite Inspection Division — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Campbell, M. C Clerk Typist, Group 2 12 months 750 00 

McLaughlin, M. M " " " 2 « 825 00 

Tew, D " " " 1 " 1,200 00 

Temporary 

Farmer, W Inspector 3 months 450 00 

Kerr, M. H " 5/6 " 139 78 

Larocque, J. A " 1 " 150 00 

Mills, B Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3 months 206 25 

Less leave of absence 25 83 180 42 

Sharp, E Inspectress 3 months 375 00 

Travelling Expenses ($23,087.57) 

R. Albrough, 837.33; W. H. Barrett, 376.14; H. Bourne, 796.99; W. Burns, 1,050.09; 
D. N. Campbell, 2,085.79; W. J. Cheevers, 824.17; T. H. Donnelly, 703.49; D. 
M. Douglas, 161.35; G. L. Fenwick, 821.98; W. C. Ferris, 971.41; Wm. Farmer, 
994.43; M. Ferguson, 865.20; N. B. Garden, 407.47; E. Gurnett, 141.25; 
C. G. Gibson, 348.33; G. G. Halcrow, 790.56; O. C. Jennette, 2,047.21; 
J. M. Kelly, 936.01; O. J. Kerr, 1,744.16; J. A. Larocque, 207.68; J. F. McAvoy, 
413.31; C. E. Needham, 383.38; J. R. Prain, 46.00; K. E. Reesor, 561.72; D. 
Scott, 1,151.84; E. Scott, 254.93; H. Stanley, 267.58; F. Swarbrick, 956.20; 
M. H. Switzer, 254.43; R. J. Shannon, 1,573.11; E. Sharp, 114.03 23,087 57 

Maintenance ($2,088.91) 

Fraser & Co., 336.00; King's Printer, 1,072.87; O. E. Lariviere, 259.50; Tele- 
grams, 24.75; telephone, 251.33; accounts under $100, 144.46 2,088 91 

Composite Inspection Division $91,404 78 

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION 

Compensation, Medical, Hospital and Other Accounts for Workmen Injured in Government 
Work as Awarded by the Board ($31,768.50) 

Department of — Agriculture, 440.70; Attornev-General, 1,360.00; Crown Timber 
Agency, 83.23; Education, 725.10; Forestry Branch, 15,643.99; Game and 
Fisheries, 844.26; Health, 6,250.09; Lands Branch, 480.00; Labour, 84.50; 

Mines, 48.34; Provincial Secretarv, 1,232.42; Public Works, 5,475.87; 

Less Refund, Dept. of Labour, 1937-38; 900.00 31,768 50 

STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($6,515.05) 

Hon. N. O. Hipel 6 4/5 months 4,515 07 

Hon. M. M. MacBride 3 " 1,999 98 

Workmen's Compensation Act, R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 204, Section 78. 
Part 1, Administration ($10,552.96) 

Workmen's Compensation Board, assistance in defraying expenses 10,552 96 

Statutory $17,068 01 

SPECIAL WARRANT 

Dominion-Provincial Youth Training Programme 

($48,141.07) 

Summary 

Schedule A — Mine Training Project 15,584 91 

B — Apprenticeship and Learnership Training. . . . 59,971 05 

C — Training in Home Service 67,780 28 

D— Tobacco Curing. . 1,427 00 

E — Farm Apprenticeship 1,494 57 

Forestry Training and Conservation (1937-38 

accounts) 1 7 44 

Rural and Agricultural Training (1937-38 

accounts) 194 15 

Gross Expenditure 146,469 40 



H 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Dominion-Provincial Youth Training Programme — Continued 

Summary — Continued 
Less Refunds: 

Dominion Government Repayments: 

Schedule A 9,073 71 

B 39,334 12 

C 35,963 44 

D 713 50 

E 571 15 

Forestry Training and 
Conservation (1937- 

38 Accounts) 2,695 27 

Rural and Agricultural 
Training (1937-38 

Accounts) 8,042 67 

Department of Edu- 
cation (1937-38 Ac- 
counts) 54 00 

96,447 86 

Sale of Boxes— Schedule B 7 00 

Cook Books " C 588 63 

Coal * C 26 13 

614 76 

Sale of Inventory-Forestry Train- 
ing and Conservation (1937- 

38 Accounts) 1,942 17 

Less Refunds to Dominion 

Government 971 08 

971 09 

Sale of Van Goods 28 98 

Sale of Inventory-Rural andAgri- 
cultural Training (1937-38 Ac- 
counts) 436 19 

Less Refund to Dominion 

Government 177 55 

— 258 64 

98,328 33 

Net Expenditure 48,141 07 

Details of Expenditure 

Schedule "A" — Mine Training Project: 

Salaries of Instructors 3,864 81 

Allowances to Students 10,163 83 

Travelling Expenses of Students 794 32 

Medical Examinations, etc 180 90 

Cleaning Services 86 68 

Material and Supplies 494 37 

15,584 91 

Instructors, salaries, 3,864.81; Students, allowances, 10,163.83; Students, 

travelling expenses, 794.32; Postage, 9.90; telegrams, 60.54; telephone, 

4.80; accounts under $100, 686.71 15,584 91 

Schedule "B" — Apprenticeship and Learnership Training: 

Allowance to Trainees 31,709 78 

Travelling Expenses of Trainees 743 01 

Salaries of Instructors 10,893 78 

Salaries of Special Representatives 10,044 60 

Travelling Expenses of Special Representatives 2,899 10 

Materials and Supplies 2,737 18 

Office Expenses 943 60 

59,971 05 

Trainees, allowances, 31,709.78; Trainees, travelling expenses, 743.01; Instructors, 
salaries, 10,893.78; Special Representatives, salaries, 10,044.60; Travelling 
expenses of Special Representatives, 2,899.10; D. Aitchison Lumber Co., Ltd., 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR HJ7 

Dominion- Provincial Youth Training Programme — Continued 

Schedule "B" — 'Continued 

182.90; Board of Education, Belleville, 160.97; Board of Education, Gait, 108.40; 
Board of Education, Toronto, 310.94; Dominion Oxygen Co., Ltd., 687.06; 
Fraser Hardware Co., Ltd., 111.81; King's Printer, 943.60; Toronto Brick 

Co., Ltd., 105.93; Freight, express and cartage, 17.49; telegrams, 21.37; 

telephone, 120.29; accounts under $100, 910.02 59,971 05 

Schedule "C" — -Training in Home Service: 

Trainees' Allowances 3,929 58 

Trainees' Transportation 574 72 

Instructors' Salaries 19,976 29 

Instructors' Travelling Expenses 62 84 

Supervisors' Salaries 4,262 50 

Supervisors' Travelling Expenses 1,087 82 

Rental of Premises and Equipment 7,564 60 

Provisions and Maintenance 30,321 93 



67,780 28 



Trainees, allowances, 3,929.58; Trainees, transportation, 574.72; Instructors, 
salaries, 19,976.29; Instructors, travelling expenses, 62.84; Supervisors, salaries, 
4,262.50; Supervisors, travelling expenses, 1,087.82; R. H. Aubrey, 495.66; 
Balfours, Ltd., 1,326.96; C. W. Bangs, 358.58; Birks-Ellis-Ryrie, Ltd., 172.00; 
H. A. Borden, 294.50; Braeside Lodge Sanatorium, 1,800.00; Canada Bread 
Co., Ltd., 370.80; Canada Packers, Ltd., 740.79; Canadian Westinghouse Co., 
Ltd., 248.09; Carruthers Clinic, 103.50; J. H. Carscadden, 102.95; Central 
Meat Market, 677.00; Children's Aid Society, St. Thomas, 210.00; Coffield 
Washer Co., Ltd., 138.50; Corbett-Cowley, Ltd., 2,228.87; D. Cormack, 1,065.79; 
The Cullev Electric, 112.97; Peter Devine, Ltd., 370.89; Dominion Natural 
Gas Co., Ltd., 1,152.59; Ferry Coal Co., Ltd., 415.00; G. M. Fischer Hard- 
ware, 157.53; J. Freedman & Son, Ltd., 462.71; Florence L. Green, Estate, 
1,020.00; Hamilton Pure Milk Dairies, Ltd., 464.46; Highland Dairy, Ltd., 
757.85; Hillcrest Dairy, 407.92; Hudson Coal & Ice Co., 142.05; A. L. Iredale, 
155.00; Jackson's Bread, Ltd., 111.58; N. Jacobi, Ltd., 102.53; King's Printer, 
169.05; Leddy-McFarlane, Ltd., 125.00; Arthur L. Lee, 130.85; A. E. Mac- 
Donald, 945.00; M. & P. Stores, Ltd., 1,225.32; L. Mussell, 121.22; McColl 
Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 284.23; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 1,536.16; Neal 
Baking Co., Ltd., 171.02; Onorato Fruit Market, 258.29; Ottawa Fruit Supply, 
Ltd., 112.95; Ottawa Gas & Electric Co., 789.51; M. Pautler, 714.33; C. R. 
Pincombe, 162.82; Preston Light & Water Commission, 543.04; Producers 
Dairy, Ltd., 632.51; Public Utilities Commission, St. Thomas, 223.01; Purity 
Dairies, Ltd., 208.82; Reeks & Co., 289.95; Rosedale Fruit Market, 244.57; 
Elizabeth Ross, 1,265.00; Ryerson Press, Ltd., 454.45; C. H. Smith Co., Ltd., 
164.48; Mrs. John Stenhouse, 1,241.50; Strathroy Woollen Mills, 172.50; Roy 
Thompson, 183.06; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 300.89; United Gas & 
Fuel Company of Hamilton, Ltd., 214.25; Western Dairy, Ltd., 203.32; Geo. 
Weston Bread & Cakes, Ltd., 125.67; Windsor Gas Co., Ltd., 255.66; Windsor 
Utilities Commission, 342.09; Y.W.C.A., Hamilton, 240.00; Y.W.C.A., Toronto, 
550.00; Express and cartage, 13.20; postage, 247.35; telegrams, 8.58; tele- 
phone, 547.18; accounts under $100, 6,302.63 67,780 28 

Schedule "D" — Tobacco Curing: 

Allowance to Trainees 1 ,427 00 

Schedule "E" — Farm Apprenticeship: 

Travelling Expenses, Trainees 215 01 

Salaries, Supervisors 817 74 

Travelling Expenses of Supervisors 408 32 

Supplies and Advertising 53 50 



1,494 57 



Travelling Expenses, trainees, 215.01; Salaries, supervisors, 817.74; Travelling 

Expenses, supervisors, 408.32; Accounts under $100, 53.50 1,494 57 



H 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Dominion-Provincial Youth Training Programme — Continued 

Forestry Training and Conservation (1937-38 Accounts): 

Trainees' Travelling Expenses 4 44 

Medical Expenses 13 00 

17 44 

Trainees, travelling expenses, 4.44; Accounts under $100, 13,00 17 44 

Rural and Agricultural Training (1937-38 Accounts): 

Trainees' Transportation 173 65 

Supplies, etc 20 50 

194 15 

Transportation, trainees, 173.65; Cartage, 3.50; accounts under $100, 17.00. 194 15 

Total $146,469.40 

Less: Refunds (see page H 16) 98,328.33 

Dominion-Provincial Youth Training Programme $48,141.07 

Total Expenditure, Department of Labour $523,810.47 



PART I 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

LANDS AND FORESTS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1938-39 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Main Office: page 

Salaries, Travelling Expenses, Maintenance, etc 6 

Legal Fees, etc 8 

Commutation Veterans' Land Grants 8 

Annuities and Bonuses to Indians 8 

Surveys 8 

Lac Seul Storage Dam 9 

Agents 9 

Rondeau Provincial Park 9 

Ipperwash Beach Provincial Park 10 

Forests Branch: 

Salaries, Travelling Expenses, Maintenance 10 

Allowances to Township School Sections 11 

Forests Service 11 

Air Service 17 

Radio Service 19 

Woodmen's Employment Act 20 

Clearing Townsites, etc 20 

Insect Control, etc 20 

Reforestation 20 

Statutory 22 

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DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

Hon. Peter Heenan, Minister, 12 months (Statutory, see page I 22) 

MAIN OFFICE 
Salaries ($122,459.49) 

Permanent 

Cain, W. C Deputy Minister 12 months 7,000 00 

Ferguson, A Assistant to Deputy Minister " 3,600 00 

Byrnes, K. M Secretary to Minister and Departmental 

Secretary " 2,400 00 

Harrison, E Secretarial Stenographer 1,800 00 

Lockwood, E Clerk, Group 3 u 900 00 

Metzler, J. B Solicitor 2 " 500 00 

Molesworth, V. M Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,400 00 

Stephens, A. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1 ,300 00 

Thompson, J. B Statistician " 3,150 00 

Lands Branch 

Draper, S Chief Clerk 12 months 3,600 00 

Adams, M.N Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 975 00 

Burns, C. E Head Clerk, Group 2 4 3/5 " 1,030 64 

Campbell, H. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 months 1,125 00 

Less leave of absence 45 75 1,079 25 

Carey, A. R Clerk, Group 1 12 months 1,500 00 

Eaton, E. F " " 1 " 1,300 00 

Foster, B. P " " 1 " 1,200 00 

Griffith, F. I Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,300 00 

Halliday, E. G Senior Clerk " 1,700 00 

Hayes, H Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Hutcheon, J Senior Clerk " 1,800 00 

Ledger, W. R Head Clerk, Group 2 6 " 1,342 50 

McGuigan, R. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 900 00 

Nicol, G. L " " " 1....12 months 1,050 00 

Less leave of absence 677 05 372 95 

O'Neil, E. F Senior Clerk 12 months 1,700 00 

Pepler, A. V Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,300 00 

Ross, S Senior Clerk 1,700 00 

Stewart, F. E Senior Clerk Stenographer 1,300 00 

Taylor, M. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 8 " 700 00 

Turner, M. E ■ " " 2 12 a 900 00 

Wallace, B. M " " " 1 ■ 975 00 

Accounts Branch 

Lount, H. M Accountant, Group 1 12 months 3,300 00 

Armitage, M. C Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Bowland, C Clerk, Group 1 " 1,600 00 

Bryson, J Senior Clerk * 1,700 00 

Burritt, W. A " " " 2,000 00 

Clarke, C.J Head Clerk, Group 2 " 2,700 00 

Donald, L. G Senior Clerk " 1,700 00 

Fahlgren, E. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 2 " 150 00 

Langevin, M. C Cheque Writer, Group 2 12 * 1,125 00 

McMahan, N. B Clerk, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Sutherland, M. I Senior Clerk Stenographer 2% u 237 10 

Warren, J. F Senior Clerk 12 " 1,700 00 

Wilson, E. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,050 00 

Files Branch 

Samuels, F Principal Clerk 12 months 2,100 00 

Black, R. N Senior Clerk " 1,700 00 

Harris, G " " " 1.700 00 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 



I 7 



Main Office — Continued 

Salaries, Permanent — Continued 

Files Branch — Continued 

Kelly, J. P Clerk, Group 1 12 months 

Knight, C. G Senior Clerk " 

Madigan, B. W Clerk, Group 2 

Meredith, T. A Senior Clerk Messenger 

Mulholland, S Senior Clerk 

Rawlinson, M. E Clerk, Group 3 



Ryan, L. M . . 
Craddock, M. 
Hinton, G. J. . 
Lyons, H. M . 

Madill, S 

McKinnon, H, 
Riches, E. P. . 



M 



M 



Provincial Land Tax Branch 

Land Tax Collector 12 months 

Clerk, Group 1 

Senior Clerk 

Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 3 " 

« « " 1 12 " 

u u "1 9 " 

" " " 1 . . . . . . . ...... 12 " 



Surveys Branch 



Fullerton, C. H Surveyor-General 

Barnard, W. A. C Senior Map Draughtsman, Group 1 

Barr, F. L Senior Draughtsman, Group 2 

Burwash, N. A Assistant Inspector, Surveys 

Carroll, W. E Draughtsman, Group 2 

Chard, N. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Hatley, I. M " " " 2 

Heath , W. H Geographer 

Prentice, J. M Clerk, Group 3 

Pugh, M. B " " 1 

Setterington, I. L Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Stork, G. E. M Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Weaver, W. F Surveyor and Senior Draughtsman . 

Wilson, A Draughtsman, Group 3 



12 months 



3 
12 



Temporary 

McConnell, L.J Draughtsman, Group 3 7% months 

Morris, J. L Inspector of Surveys 12 

O'Grady, M Office Boy 1M " 

Pinel, W. G Draughtsman, Group 3 1 X A " 



1,500 


00 


1,700 00 


975 00 


1,200 


00 


1,700 


00 


900 00 


2,500 


00 


1,200 00 


1,800 


00 


300 


00 


1,125 


00 


733 


96 


1,200 


00 


4,650 


00 


2,500 00 


2,200 00 


2,700 00 


1,400 


00 


900 


00 


900 


00 


2,850 


00 


238 


51 


1,200 00 


975 00 


1,300 


00 


2,600 


00 


1,200 


00 


668 35 


3,649 


92 


83 


73 


822 


58 



Travelling Expenses ($1,465.91) 

K. M. Byrnes, 136.25; W. C. Cain, 237.42; W. E. Carroll, 14.25; Department of 
Highways, 97.99; S. Draper, 57.13; A. Ferguson. 64.95; J. Hutcheon, 530.79; 
W. Judd, 29.94; C. G. Knight, 27.84; J. L. Morris, 159.45; J. B. Thompson, 
22.00; W. F. Weaver, 37.90; Car tickets, 50.00 



1,465 91 



Maintenance ($14,673.74) 

Advertising: 

Cornwall Standard-Freeholder, 18.00; Eganville Leader, 3.00; Fort William 
Daily Times Journal, 8.25; Guelph Daily Mercury, Ltd., 22.50; New Liskeard 
Speaker, 7.20; Peterborough Examiner, 17.70; Port Arthur News-Chronicle 
Publishing Co., Ltd., 9.00; St. Catharines Standard, Ltd., 33.75 



119 40 



Miscellaneous: 

Acousticon Dictograph Company of Canada, Ltd., 368.76; Alexander & Cable 
Lithographing Co., Ltd., 715.00; Anderson McLaughlin-Buick, Pontiac, Ltd., 
783.50; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 129.08; Canadian Press Clipping Service, 
180.00; H. S. Crabtree, Ltd., 511.62; Department of Highways, 1,237.36; De- 
partment of Mines and Resources, Ottawa, 185.10; General Films, Ltd., 109.00; 
Grand & Toy, Ltd., 532.80; King's Printer, 6,509.53; Miller Lithographic Co., 
Ltd., 1,670.22; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 116.36; Sundry Per- 
sons, meals re overtime, 167.25; C. C. Tarling, 105.10; Excise stamps, 48.00; 

express, 180.13; newspapers and periodicals, 197.09; telegrams, 132.02; telephone, 

368.64; accounts under $100, 307.78 14,554 34 



I_8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Continued 
Legal Fees and Expenses ($237.20) 

D. W. Lang, 200.00; Popham & Bendickson, 37.20 237 20 

Commutation of Veterans' Land Grants ($50.00) 

E. A. Pridham 50 00 

Annuities and Bonuses to Indians under Treaty No. 9 ($21,800.00) 

Department of Mines and Resources, Ottawa 21,800 00 

Grant— Board of Surveyors ($200.00) 

Association of Ontario Land Surveyors , 200 00 

Surveys ($55,608.82) 
Algonquin Provincial Park: 

F. W. Beattie 2,091 64 

Beach Lands — County of Bruce: 

J. W. Tyrell, 4,548.55; F. Kitto, 3,016.95 7,565 50 

Beach Lands — County of Essex: 

R. W. Code 3,241 34 

Beach Lands — County of Kent: 

W. G. McGeorge 1,356 48 

Beach Lands — County of Leeds: 

S. G. McDougall 4,094 00 

Beach Lands — Counties of Norfolk and Haldimand: 

E. P. Bowman 426 76 

Beach Lands — County of Simcoe: 

E. D. Bolton, 3,240.40; E. P. Bowman, 1,758.10; Speight, VanNostrand, Wood 

& Anderson, 2,257.65; R. B. Erwin, 1,797.50 9,053 65 

Algoma District, Townships of Parke and Tarentorus: 

E. M. MacQuarrie 3,810 99 

Kenora District, Township Outlines (Patricia Portion): 

F. G. Summers, 811.60; R. S. Kirkup, 3,780.00 4,591 60 

Nipissing District, Islands on Lake Nipissing: 

E. L. Moore 2,178 00 

Temiskaming District, Township of Coleman: 

T. G. Code 2,820 45 

Thunder Bay District, Township Outlines: 

Phillips & Benner, 3,700.76; J. M. Kilkenny, 1,915.20 5,615 96 

Townships of: 

Herschel (Summer Resort) — C. F. Aylesworth 2,1 18 00 

Matchedash (Severn Falls Road)— G. S. Abrey 150 00 

Methuen (Municipal) — J. W. Pierce 717 19 

Parkman (Summer Resort)— J. A. S. King 399 91 

Striker, Long, Scarfe and Mack (Summer Resorts) — J. S. Dobie 4,735 67 

Williamsburg— N. B. MacRostie, half cost 641 68 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 



19 



Main Office — Continued 

Lac Seul Storage Dam 

T. H. Hogg, services, 1,000.00; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
operating expenses, 500.00; L. V. Rorke, services, 1,000.00; expenses, 

23.50 2,523 50 

Less: Refund by Dominion Government 2,523 50 

Salaries, Maintenance, etc $216,495 16 

Agents 



Salaries ($19,648.59) 

Permanent 



Crown Lands Agent 12 months 

" and Homestead Inspector " 



Alexander, J. A 

Bruce, T 

Darby, J. W 

Gingras, A 

Hough, J. A 

Kavanagh, T. F 

Smith, J. D. C 

Towne, T. G 

Tremblay, T 

Wilson, S. H " " " 

Bastien, J. A Homestead Inspector, Group 2 

Hough, W " " * 2 

Skillen, J. L " " " 1 

Van Horn, L. E " " " 1 

Sobiski, V Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 . . 



and Homestead Inspector 



Temporary 

Donaldson, L. J Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 months 

Easton, J.J Crown Lands Agent (Part time) " 

Hermanson, H. G Relieving Stenographer 1 " 

McLeod, R. K Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 

Smith, L. G Crown Lands Agent 3 " 

Walkey, P. O Relieving Stenographer % " 



1,000 


00 


1,400 


00 


600 00 


700 00 


1,400 00 


500 


00 


1,000 


00 


900 


00 


1,200 


00 


1,400 


00 


1,400 


00 


1,400 00 


1,500 00 


1,900 


00 


825 


00 


1,017 


25 


100 


00 


45 


00 


900 


00 


409 


50 


51 


84 



Operating Expenses, etc. ($5,658.12) 
Travelling Expenses: 

J. A. Bastien, 667.21; T. Bruce, 285.31; J. W. Darby, 82.49; A. Gingras, 10.84; 
W. Hough, 467.97; T. F. Kavanagh, 5.60; H. Molyneau, 10.00; J. L. Skillen, 
933.97; .L. G. Smith, 94.59; J. D. C. Smith, 2.03; T. Tremblay, 2.08; L. E. Van 
Horn, 255.02; F. W. Widdifield, 489.41; S. H. Wilson, 52.20; F. G. Young, 63.35. 

Miscellaneous: 

J. W. Darby, 120.00; G. M. Rioch, 480.00; J. L. Skillen, 204.00; T. G. Towne, 

120.00; Express, 10.15; postage, 572.16; telegrams, 1.10; telephone, 286.18; 

accounts under $100, 442.46 

Agents $25,306 71 



3,422 07 



2,236 05 



Rondeau Provincial Park 

Salaries ($9,421.50) 

Permanent 

McLaren, R. A Superintendent, Group 1 

Atkinson, H Ranger 

Hitchcock, A " 

Townsend, A Gamekeeper 



Temporary 

Godfrey, W Ranger 2 months 

Hitchcock, H " 

Reeves, W " 

Russell, V " 



12 r 


aonths 


1,900 


00 




a 


1,050 


00 




a 


1,125 


00 




a 


1,050 


00 


2 months 


77 


50 


12 


« 


782 


50 




« 


782 


50 




« 


786 


25 



I 10 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Rondeau Provincial Park — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Walters, F Ranger 12 months 785 00 

Whitefield, A " " 786 25 

Coffey, J. C Traffic Officer 2 1/6 ■ 268 00 

Loaring, J Lifeguard (Part time) 28 50 

Operating Expenses ($4,798.68) 

H. M. Fleming, 173.59; W. H. Goodhue, 211.92; R. Hastings, 900.00; Highgate 
Milling Co., Ltd., 272.74; R. Holdawav, 240.00; Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission of Ontario, 788.00; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 353.10; F. Kennedy, 312.61; 

Masco Co., Ltd., 279.22; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 192.32; Cartage 

and express, 12.17; postage, 34.00; telegrams, .42; telephone, 75.80; accounts 

under $100, 952.79 4,798 68 

Rondeau Provincial Park $14,220 18 



Ipperwash Reach Provincial Park 

Salaries ($2,990.70) 

Temporary 



Pay List, wages of men 



2,990 70 



Operating Expenses, etc. ($6,588.26) 

Anchor Paint Co., Ltd., 152.24; G. Coultis & Son, 761.20; R. Crawford & Son, 
324.55; G. Hilborn, 161.25; Laidlaw Belton Lumber Co., Ltd., 158.32;Masco 
Co., Ltd., 1,081.95; C. Niedner's Sons, 517.34; Ontario Provincial Police, 300.00; 
Ontario Store Fixture Co., 109.73; Pay List, wages of men, 1,105.31; E. Raw- 
lings, 125.80; Scott Bros., 156.96; W. G. Travis & Son, 380.68; L. H. Turnbull, 

105.67; Cartage and freight, 18.50; telephone, 44.01; accounts under $100, 

1,084.75 6,588 26 

Ipperwash Beach Provincial Park $ 9,578 96 

Main Office $265,601 01 



FORESTS BRANCH 
Salaries ($67,675.00) 

Permanent 
Main Office 

Mills, C. R Assistant Provincial Forester 12 months 4,000 00 

Baker, M. H Mechanical and Safety Engineer u 2,100 00 

Bald, J Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

Bishop, J. M Senior Map Draughtsman, Group 2 " 2,100 00 

Canning, H. A Senior Clerk " 1 ,800 00 

Cooper, E. W " " u 1,900 00 

Cuthbertson, F. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Doherty, E. H Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,200 00 

Fenwick, A. R Assistant Forester, Group 2 " 1 ,900 00 

Foster, G. W Clerk, Group 2 ■ 1,125 00 

Garnham, F. T Photographer (Aerial) " 2,100 00 

Harris, G. W Senior Clerk " 2,000 00 

Johnston, R. N Forester " 3,300 00 

Kearns, W. H Photographer (Aerial) " 2,100 00 

Lomas, M. E Clerk Tvpist, Group 1 * 975 00 

McKyes, A. S Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,400 00 

Noble, C. E Clerk, Group 2 u 1,050 00 

Overend, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 1,125 00 

Parsons, H. H Assistant Forester and Draughtsman 1,900 00 

Rogers, N. L Principal Clerk u 2,200 00 

Rowland, M. C Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

Smvth, J. R. G Clerk, Group 1 " 1 ,300 00 

Westland, C. E Principal Clerk " 2,300 00 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS yj 

Forests Branch — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 
Woods and Forests Branch 

Sharpe, T. J. F Chief Clerk 12 months 3,600 00 

Armer, E. C Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

Brodie, J. A Forester " 2,550 00 

Bryce, J. J Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

Doyle, A. M Clerk Typist, Group 2 " 825 00 

Ferguson, J Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 months 1,500 00 

Less leave of absence 375 00 1,125 00 

Gillard, H. D Head Clerk, Group 1 12 months 2,800 00 

Judd, W Clerk, Group 1 " 1,200 00 

Lee, J. T Principal Clerk " 2,100 00 

Meeking, S. D " " " 2,300 00 

O'Neil, A. H " " " 2,400 00 

Quigley, E. F Clerk, Group 1 " 1,600 00 

Telfer, E. H Principal Clerk " 2,100 00 

Travelling Expenses ($1,465.81) 

J. A. Brodie, 264.60; R. S. Carman, 28.33; S. J. Hawkins, 4.50; R. N. Johnston, 
66.05; W. H. Kearns, 137.25; C. R. Mills, 530.39; H. H. Parsons, 351.79; T. J. F. 
Sharpe, 82.90 1,465 81 

Maintenance ($11,810.57) 

Advertising: 

Canadian Lumberman, 35.00; Cochrane Northland Post, 34.30; Fort Frances 
Times, Ltd., 3.60; Fort William Daily Times Journal, 96.40; Kincardine News, 
6.00; Lindsay Daily Post, 3.85; Miner Publishing Co., 8.40; North Bay Nugget, 
3.50; North Star Publishing Co., Ltd., 8.70; Northern News, 8.75; Northern 
Tribune, 3.60; Peterborough Examiner, 10.38 ; Port Arthur News-Chronicle 
Publishing Co., Ltd., 82.30; Porcupine Advance, 32.32; Sault Daily Star, 18.60; 
Sioux Lookout Northern Observer, 3.45; Sudburv Star, 21.00; Stephenson & 
Son, 4.20; Toronto Globe & Mail, 122.50 ' . 506 85 

Miscellaneous: 

British Xylonite Company of Canada, Ltd., 116.10; Canadian Elevator Equip- 
ment Co., Ltd., 670.36; W. A. Carveth & Co., 127.87; H. S. Crabtree, Ltd., 
152.50; Department of Highways, 501.18; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 
455.19; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 1,057.75; King's Printer, 3,157.59; Office Specialty 

Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 136.00; T. Pocklington Co., 186.50; Newspapers 

and periodicals, 15.00; telegrams, 1,312.31; telephone, 2,793.96; accounts under 

$100, 621.41 11,303 72 

Allowances to Township School Sections ($700.00) 

Townships of— Charlotteville, 150.00; Clarke, 150.00; Vespra, 250.00; South 

Walsingham, 150.00 700 00 

Salaries, Maintenance, etc $81,651 38 



Forests Service 

(Including Algonquin and Quetico Provincial Parks) 

Salaries ($966,227.76) 

Permanent 

Acheson, L Chief Forest Ranger 12 months 2,100 00 

Ardenne, M Assistant Forester, Group 2 " 2, 100 00 

Bouchey, A. C Chief Forest Ranger, Group 2 " 1,800 00 

Boultbee, R " " " u 1 " 1,900 00 

Bowers, N. J Ranger (Algonquin Park) ' " 1,200 00 

Boyle, J. R Chief Ranger " 1,300 00 

Brown, J. A Chief Forest Ranger, Group 1 2 " 384 99 

Caldwell, J. H " " " " 1 12 " 2,000 00 

Cleavely, A " " " " 1 " 1,800 00 



I 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Forests Service — Continued 
Salaries — Permanent — Continued 



Cram, W. D District Forester, Group 1 12 months 

Crosbie, H. W " " " 1 

Delahey, G. W " " " 1 

Edwards, R Ranger (Algonquin Park) u 

Elliott, W Chief Forest Ranger, Group 1 " 

Ferguson, E. A " " " " 1 

Fink, J. J " " " " 1 

Fisher, G " " " u 1 7 1/5" 

Fletcher, N. B Crown Timber Agent, Group 2 12 " 

Gardner, W. R Chief Forest Ranger, Group 1 1 3/5 " 

Gervais, P. J Ranger (Algonquin Park) 12 u 

Gimby, W. E Chief Forest Ranger, Group 2 u 

Goodall, R. F " " " " 1 

Grant, A. M Ranger (Algonquin Park) " 

Holmberg, G " " " 

Horn, J. M Assistant District Forester " 

Hurd, A Chief Forest Ranger, Group 1 " 

Kennedy, D.J " " « " 2 

Kennedy, T.J " " " " 1 

Kirkpatrick, J Stock Clerk, Group 1 " 

L'Abbe, J. P Chief Forest Ranger, Group 1 

Legris, H. M " " a " 1 

Legris, J. P District Forester, Group 2 " 

Leman, A. W Assistant Forester, Group 2 

MacDougall, F. A Superintendent (Algonquin Park) u 

Mackey, T. E District Forester u 

Marchildon, J. P Assistant District Forester 

McCausland, H. L District Forester, Group 2 " 

McDonell, J. R Chief Forest Ranger, Group 1 

McEwen, Peter District Forester 

McGowan, T. N Chief Forest Ranger, Group 2 

Mclnnis, C " " " " 2 

Mclnnis, D. C " " " " 1 

McKee, J. P " " " " 1 

McManus, M. J " " " " 2 

McMeekin, D Ranger (Algonquin Park) 

Mooney, W. A " a « 

Mulligan, Helen Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 ... 12 months 900 00 

Less leave of absence 500 81 

Nadon, Z. A Ranger (Algonquin Park) 12 u 

Newell, M.J " " u 

O'Gorman, P District Forester 

Parmeter, F. R Chief Forest Ranger, Group 1 

Phillips, G. H. R District Forester, Group 1 

Pigott, W. D Assistant District Forester, Group 1 10 " 

Potter, E. E Chief Forest Ranger, Group 2 12 " 

Ranger, P Ranger (Algonquin Park) 

Reesor, G. O Chief Forest Ranger, Group 2 1 * 

Regan, J. L Assistant Forester, Group 1 12 " 

Richardson, C. R Chief Forest Ranger, Group 1 

Robichaud, F. X Ranger (Algonquin Park) 

Robinson, W. J Assistant District Forester 

Rowe, F. E Chief Forest Ranger, Group 1 

Rowlandson, J Assistant District Forester 

Ruxton, J Chief Forest Ranger, Group 2 

Smith, D. H Assistant District Forester 

Snow, R. D. L Assistant Forester, Group 2 

Spence, S. D Chief Forest Ranger, Group 2 

Strain, J. H " " " " 2 

Stringer, D Ranger (Algonquin Park) 

Thorpe, T Assistant District Forester 

Ward, E. L District Forester, Group 2 

Whelan, P. J Assistant Forester, Group 1 

Whytall, A. E District Forester, Group 2 u 

Young, M. P Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 



3,000 00 
2,850 00 
3,600 00 
1,125 00 
2,200 00 
2,200 00 
2,200 00 
1,313 88 
2,000 00 
237 10 
1,200 00 
1,600 00 
1,800 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
2,200 00 
2,200 00 
1,800 00 
2,200 00 
1,560 00 
2,200 00 
1,800 00 
3,000 00 
1,800 00 
3,600 00 
2,400 00 
2,500 00 
3,000 00 
2,200 00 
3,300 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
2,200 00 
2,200 00 
1,500 00 
1,125 00 
1,200 00 

399 19 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,600 00 
2,083 30 
1,800 00 
1,200 00 

150 00 
2,500 00 
2,100 00 
1,200 00 
2,200 00 
2,200 00 
2,500 00 
1,800 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,200 00 
2,500 00 
2,100 00 
2,500 00 
3,000 00 

900 00 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS I 13 

Forests Service — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Temporary 

Assistant Foresters, Check Scalers, Rangers, etc 824,899 30 

Operating Expenses, etc. ($557,591.62) 

Travelling Expenses: 

K. Acheson, 305.72; L. Acheson, 1,096.96; D. M. Ainslie, 49.45; M. Ainslie, 
36.65; R. Alcock, 38.60; D. Allan, 265.80; M. Allen, 9.00; J. C. Alt, 37.72; B. 
Amm, 18.40; H. S. Anderson, 190.97; T. J. Anderson, 75.60; J. Andrews, 50.45; 
M. Ardenne, 315.58; W. A. Armstrong, 18.35; H. Autayo, 14.20; J. A. Bailey, 
2.70; M. H. Baker, 175.36; M. Bamford, 12.60; G. W. Banks, 127.95; W. J. 
Barber, 44.46; J. Barron, 51.85; W. L. Behan, 713.62; F. Belmore, 105.15; J. 
Berlinquette, 15.35; L. Berlinquette, 86.05; H. Bishop, 54.00; Harvey Bishop, 
23.60; H. Black, 8.00; C. D. Blaikie, 10.80; A. Blair, 80.40; B. Blastorah, 91.95; 
R. H. Bliss, 703.72; E. A. Boice, 38.25; W. G. Boland, 791.73; A. C. Bouchey, 
103.50; R. Boultbee, 33.80 ; N. J. Bowers, 25.70; B. Boyle, 127.54; W. Bradley, 
8.40; V. E. Bragg, 51.90; E. Brazeau, 7.75; E. H. Bromley, 14.10; T. A. Bromley, 
51.10; M. J. Brough, 457.55; A. Brousseau, 51.45; D. S. Buchan, 4.30; J. Burchat, 
61.20; S. Burk, 51.20; D. F. Burns, 43.85; R. Burns, 58.90; H. J. Bush, 3.60; 
J. H. Caldwell, 472.09; H. Camirand, 26.65; R. S. Carman, 314.90; J. Carty, 
26.40; T. E. Cassidy, 3.25; A. C. Castonguay, 747.44; W. R. Clarke, 6.30; J. 
H. Clavelle, 259.20; A. Cleavely, 79.65; F. Clement, 87.50; S. J. Clement, 
67.40; A. J. Clempson, 61.60; J. J. Coghlan, 22.25; J. W. Colley, 533.86; E. 
Constantine, 3.50; J. W. Conway, 46.60; J. A. Costello, 103.50; F. Coulas, 
44.80; M. P. Coulas, 132.45; J. E. Cox, 5.25; W. D. Cram, 1,186.52; A. Crealock, 
58.65; S. Crockatt, 35.75; H. W. Crosbie, 1,508.41; J. Cross, 14.50; W. H. Cro- 
teau, 23.25; G. L. Croutch, 71.70; J. H. Cunning, 45.75; R. J. Curley, 57.40; 
J. H. D'Aoust, 22.25; W. Darby, 33.45; L. David, 40.25; A. N. Davis, 67.85; 
C. L. Davis, 203.40; F. J. Dawson, 1,111.43; J. B. Decaire, 4.60; G. W. Delahey, 
496.08; S. Devlin, 34.45; W. D. Dickson, 39.80; J. C. Dillon, 100.10; E. Diotte, 
34.00; J. Dodd, 39.30; P. M. Dolan, 50.45; T. Dowell, 53.00; W. A. Draper, 
50.48; R. Duff, 16.61; D. Duncan, 209.85; W. A. Duncan, 74.45; A. J. Dunne, 
1,095.35; A. L. Dunne, 325.54; J. F. Dunne, 8.80; C. Duquette, 103.35; J. Durrell, 
14.45; W. J. Durrell, 83.45; A. Duval, 59.15; G. S. Eady, 240.39; S. Eady, 35.37; 
R. Edwards, 32.55; J. C. Elder, 23.90; H. Elkington, 141.40; W. Elliott, 233.95; 
W. J. Ellis, 80.75; J. Eno, 104.55; L. Eno, 20.10; J. Espaniel, 19.10; W. H. 
Fayle, 184.63; T. A. Fenton, 49.75; E. A. Ferguson, 67.10; L. F. Fex, 28.50; 
J. J. Fink, 66.65; G. Fisher, 43.31; M. D. Fisher, 25.25; J. E. Fitzpatrick, 64.65; 
F. L. Fleming, 19.45; C. E. Foote, 119.00; W. Forster, 4.50; E. G. Foster, 13.30; 
F. D. Foster, 371.40; L. R. Fraser, 25.57; A. Furlong, 8.30; M. F. Gagnon, 
17.35; A. L. Galbraith, 6.00; E. Gardiner, 58.15; W. R. Gardner, 11.00; N. 
Garnett, 191.45; F. T. Garnham, 453.90; E. A. Gatien, 47.00; G. Gervais, 2.45; 
P. J. Gervais, 92.05; J. A. Gill, 147.01; J. A. Gillespie, 973.65; E. J. Gilligan, 
217.15; G. F. Gillon, 5.10; W. Gilmour, 21.27; W. E. Gimby, 87.68; R. F. Goodall, 
746.81; H. Goode, 33.80; T. A. Goodwin, 2.90; W. H. Graham, 22.10; A. M. 
Grant, 32.01; J. Grant, 101.22; A. Grasser, 8.50; J. C. Graydon, 32.20; H. W. 
Green, 376.40; J. H. Green, 100.40; J. K. Green, 6.80; N. R. Green, 5.00; J. 
Guenette, 28.30; T. Guerard, 3.05; E. Guertin, 14.00; O. Gulin, 4.10; J. Gutoski, 
17.05; T. C. Haley, 220.55; R. Hamilton, 33.68; G. J. Hass, 211.75; W. H. 
Hawkins, 689.41; W. J. Hawley, 339.40; J. Haystead, 6.60; G. Heintzman, 
19.60; J. Hoffman, 14.35; P. Hoffman, 51.17; G. Holmberg, 119.76; J. F. Horn, 
887.45; J. M. Horn, 73.30; M. R. Horn, 143.70; W. Horn, 21.40; J. Howard, 
444.16; E. Huxton, 10.26; D. Hughes, 73.71; F. T. Hughes, 919.42; A. Huppe, 
31.95; A. Hurd, 20.10; C. Hurd, 475.18; B. Huston, 48.55; H. E. Hutchinson, 
101.60; A. Jackson, 12.95; J. R. Jackson, 24.05; F. T. Jackson, 102.64; V. John- 
son, 63.97; E. Joubert, 123.50; C. Kauffman, 21.45; W. H. Kearns, 474.38; 
H. E. Kedey, 226.90; E. Kelly, 18.08; D. J. Kennedy, 665.38; J. Kennedy, 
25.70: S. Kennedy, 54.15; T. J. Kennedy, 462.61; A. G. Killock, 12.75; D. King, 
16.80; W.J. Kirton,5.25;J. P. L'Abbe, 159.40; H. W. Labrash, 117.96; P. D. La- 
casse, 148.85; E. J. Ladouceur, 139.80; E. Lafontaine, 11.35; G. Lalonde, 2.00; J. 
Lalonde, 44.30; T. Laming, 16.80; W. A. Land, 101.58; L. Landriault, 46.55; H. 
Langford, 110.05; P. Lapinskie, 15.75; H. M.Legris, 1,130.76; J. P.Legris, 140.35; 
A. W. Leman, 607.41; L. H. Leroy, 23.75; F. Levesque,5.40; J. C. Link, 23.00; C. 
A. Loubert, 1.30; B. Love, 535.34; C. E. Lucas, 43.80; A. MacCallum, 54.65; 
H. A. MacDiarmid, 188.65; C. MacDonald, 78.37; D. MacDougall, 10.50; 
C. Mackey, 56.60; T. E. Mackey, 516.89; D. A. MacLulich, 76.85; L. C. Mantle, 
7.40; R. Mantle, 16.80; J. P. Marchildon, 1,178.51; R. Marchildon, 8.05; J. 



I 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Forests, Service — Continued 
Operating Expenses, etc. — Continued 
Travelling Expenses — Continued 

B. Matthews, 525.74; V. Mawn, 468.45; G. E. Mayhew, 6.30; J. J. McArthur, 
5.10; C. W. McBean, 5.15; A. B. McCann, 71.45; T. McCarthy, 181.00; H. L. 
McCausland, 402.50; J. E. McCaw, 13.30; C. McChesney, 9.30; L. E. Mc- 
Connell, 20.10; T. McCormick, 1,254.66; T. W. McCoshen, 60.65; J. McCudden, 
25.85; J. McCullough, 1.40; L. McDermott, 94.50; T. J. McDermott, 17.10; 
J. K. McDonald, 426.56; N. McDonald, 14.40; R. D. McDonald, 256.40; J. 
R. McDonell, 26.50; A. McDougall, 633.78; F. A. McDougall, 1,245.61; P. 
McEwen, 476.82; C. A. McFarland, 28.60; J. A. McGillivray, 609.15; A. Mc- 
Goey, 29.85; T. N. McGowan, 101.56; B. Mcllmoyle, 114.90; C. Mclnnis, 73.37; 
D. C. Mclnnis, 679.66; J. Mclntyre, 92.46; W. Mclsaac, 91.53; J. McKay, 
8.80; J. P. McKee, 43.31; A. McKenzie, 31.20; J. J. McKeown, 7.60; C. J. 
McKinnon, 3.40; A. McLay, 9.70; M. J. McManus, 402.00; D. J. McMeekin, 
20.00; D. McMenenary, 2.85; H. A. McNairnay, 1.80; J. McNamara, 48.29; 
A. E. McNevin, 90.50; M. E. McNulty, 183.45; N. C. McVittie, 888.84; E. D. 
Meeking, 94.12; H. Menard, 25.65; S. Menzies, 26.40; W. E. Millar, 207.85; 
F. M. Miller, 45.80; R. Miller, 396.55; A. C. Mitchell, 269.15; H. Molyneaux, 
149.70; W. A. Mooney, 64.35; L. Moreau, 18.45; H. Morel, 122.69; J. E. Morin, 
172.05; J. P. Mullen, 12.55; G. J. M. Munro, 59.90; J. E. Murray, 60.85; W. 
Murray, 19.85; H. J. Murtagh, 57.35; Z. A. Nadon, 27.65; F. Nantel, 29.80; 
M. J. Newell, 32.63; N. Nylund, 41.48; W. P. O'Donnell, 34.20; J. O'Driscoll, 
32.10; P. O'Gorman, 225.51; K. O'Mally, 68.45; M. J. O'Neil, 7.00; J. O'Shea, 
71.45; J. P. Ouellette, 24.45; H. T. Palmer, 74.85; J. Paquette, 57.55; J. A. Park, 
574.35; F. R. Parmeter, 10.75; M. Patterson, 6.10; J. D. Pennock, 393.85; G. 
H. R. Phillips, 279.93; M. Phillips, 5.95; R. H. Pick, 98.38; R. Pickering, 
24.05; P. H. Pierce, 437.20; L. Pidgeon, 157.52; W. D. Pigott, 188.75; G. E. 
Piper, 74.55; E. E. Potter, 200.15; W. Potts, 1.60; A. T. Proulx, 11.65; G. Purdy, 
5.20; L. Rawn, 79.85; G. O. Reesor, 26.75; J. L. Regan, 15.62; J. P. Reid, 15.60; 

C. R. Richardson, 336.19; H. R. Richardson, 2.00; R. Ridley, 1,102.31; P. J. 
Rivet, 333.50; F. X. Robichaud, 21.95; C. H. Robinson, 38.70; W. J. Robinson, 
635.20; F. E. Rowe, 134.10; J. Rowlandson, 67.10; W. J. Rudd, 9.35; P. A. 
Ruddy, 226.21; O. W. Rusk, 66.75; S. O. Russell, 104.65; J. Ruxton, 308.09; 
J. Ryan, 12.80; S. V. Ryan, 27.65; A. E. Sack, 131.60; L. B. Sammon, 16.20; 
P. SanCartier, 34.30; S. L. Sanderson, 219.76; W. Sangster, 45.15; M. Sauerbrei, 
60.45; F. G. Saunders, 784.60; F. Schroeder, 19.60; J. F. Sharpe, 38.54; A. Shaw, 
193.35; A. Shute, 6.05; A. G. Simmons, 16.60; S. Skuce, 9.25; B. W. Smith, 
19.30; D. H. Smith, 209.79; J. H.Smith, 9.45; L.G.Smith, 532.14; R. D. L.Snow, 
637.81; D. J. Spence, 13.65; S. D. Spence, 1,335.92; R. L. Spofford, 261.50; 
J. St. Louis, 69.20; D. Stewart, 26.45; W. J. Stinson, 17.10; J. H. Strain, 1,151.12; 

D. Stringer, 70.60; W. Stringer, 117.25; H. Stuart, 2.50; O. Sullivan, 5.50; J. 
Sweet, 14.18; J. Tait, 35.25; A. G. Taylor, 23.55; D. W. Taylor, 4.25; R. Taylor, 
246.54; D. Thaw, 33.65; F. Thib, 14.45; T. Thorpe, 81.20; C. Tregonning, 
12.50; J. W. Tremblav, 79.80; I. Turcotte, 67.95; L. Turcotte, 46.90; L. J. 
Turner, 30.25; S. Turner, 43.00; E. A. Urquhart, 35.05; W. E. VanClieaf, 121.80; 
M. Vanderburgh, 935.58; J. S. Walker, 920.00; F. Wallace, 22.15; T. F. Waller, 
22.05; C. E. Wallingford, 258.90; G. O. Wallingford, 121.95; J. I. Walsh, 1,671.33; 

E. L. Ward, 1,018.28; A. Watson, 26.05; R. E. Watson, 60.80; R. F. Watson, 
31.65; N. F. Welch, 210.75; J. M. Whalen, 1,492.61; P. J. Whelan, 230.55; H. 
Whitefield, 24.95; A. E. Whytall, 1,432.33; F. D. Widdifield, 72.70; B. Wilson, 
208.40; V. L. Wilson, 11.43; A. Wylie, 3.85; F. G. Young, 17.80; W. D. Young, 

20.85; W. J. Yuill, 24.05 70,165 12 

Maintenance, etc.: 

Pay Lists and Sundry Disbursements, persons fighting fires 74,172 05 

Provisions for extra fire fighters 32,174 17 

Transportation and Miscellaneous Supplies re extinguishing 

fires 15,924 12 

Purchase of Sundry Equipment 92,294 28 

Freight, Express and Cartage 3,940 92 

Telegrams 1,058 25 

Telephone 7,148 66 

Postage 4,485 06 

Gasoline and Oil 43,1 13 03 

Rent of Buildings 7,843 91 

General Maintenance of Equipment, Telephone Lines, etc . 171,903 49 

Stationery and Printing 12,245 30 

Miscellaneous 21,123 26 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS IJ^ 

Forests Service — Continued 
Operating Expenses, etc. — Continued 
Maintenance, etc.. — Continued 

Abitibi Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 198.93; Acme Laundry, 498.88; Adam & Co., 
Ltd., 293.49; Albert Bros., 316.06; Algoma Central & Hudson Bay Railway Co., 
1,379.24; Algonquin Park Boarding House, 392.33; Algonquin Park Telephone 
System, 470.50; A. Anderson, 193.85; F. C. Armstrong Estate, 123.86; Arrow 
Land & Logging Co., 524.07; Atlas Engineering & Machine Co., Ltd., 5,331.53; 
Austin Airways, Ltd., 12,578.33; Austin & Nicholson, Ltd., 143.00; Auto Electric 
Service Co., Ltd., 251.10; C. A. Bailey, 219.30; Balfours, Ltd., 189.37; Bancroft 
Garage, 198.64; Bancroft Planing Mill, 195.67; Barrv's Bay Lumber Co., Ltd., 
867.56; F. W. Barty, 139.06; Bauer & Black, 139.72; Estate, Walter Beatty, 
200.47; Wm. Beatty Co., Ltd., 470.63; A. Beauparlant, 120.08; Beaver Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 1,649.48; Bell Telephone Company of Canada, 2,844.80; H. H. 
Bell, 138.12; C. J. Bennett, 2,839.55; Benoit's Garage, 137.23; Bergman & Nelson, 
1,019.88; Best & Sons, 166.00; Black & Decker Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 130.50; 
M. J. Blakely, 469.30; Bluebird Groceteria, 1,282.18; G. Bouillon, 142.60; J. 
Boyd, 271.82; Bradburns, Ltd., 195.00; Brandram-Henderson, Ltd., 672.87; 

F. Y. W. Brathwaite, 238.11; L. Braun, 138.47; T. W. Briscoe, 134.64; British 
American Oil Co., Ltd., 942.29; Brooks Oil Co., 365.28; Brougham & Grattan 
Telephone Co., 180.60; J. W. Brown, 140.00; W. S. Bruce, 143.00; G. Buccia- 
relli, 448.22; F. V. Buckley, 115.11; Burgess Battery Co., 381.07; R. Bury & 
Co. (Canada), Ltd., 106.43; A. Caccamo, 148.87; F. C. Campbell, 341.37; J. 
Campbell & Sons, Ltd., 302.41; R. S. Campbell, 136.70; Canada Vulcanizer 
& Equipment Co., Ltd., 110.38; Canadian Airways, Ltd., 288.39; Canadian 
Bridge Co., Ltd., 6,878.51; Canadian "Canoe" Co., Ltd., 198.72; Canadian 
Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 3,117.98; Canadian Forestry Association, 435.00 
Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 113.68; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 723.45 
Canadian Marconi Co., 277.77; Canadian National Railways, 11,933.57 
Canadian Oil Co.'s, Ltd., 9,024.49; Canadian Pacific Railways, 4,127.47; Cana- 
dian Tire Corporation, 137.04; Mrs. S. Cashaback, 121.42; Central Patricia 
Gold Mines, Ltd., 205.28; N. M. Chadwick & C. C. Marlin, 500.00; Chapleau 
Meat & Grocery, 113.46; Chapleau Telephone System, 101.16; D. Charbonneau, 
161.55; R. J. Charlton, 146.82; Charmesky Rafting Contractors, 188.79; S. 
A. Cheeseman, 597.13; A. Chenier, 297.27; Chrvsler Corporation of Canada, 
Ltd., 1,442.30; City Meat Market, 458.68; The Cobalt Foundry, 132.31; Coch- 
rane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 2,995.09; Cochrane Machine Works, 286.70; 
Cochrane Public Utilities, 374.47; Cochrane Sash & Door Factory, 292.39; 
Cockburn & Archer, 2,150.13; Commercial Drilling Company of Canada, 108.00; 
Community Trading Co., 386.53; D. Connelly, 118.86; Consumer's Trading 
Co., 738.91; Cosco's Groceteria, 774.39; Crown Diamond Paint Co., Ltd., 
152.11; Cut Rate Meat Market, 220.86; Demick's Garage, 685.21; Department 
of Highways, 1,765.23; Department of Labour, 1,942.17; Department of National 
Defence, 210.92; Department of Public Works, 100.00; S. Deslaurier, 151.88; 
District Services, Ltd., 1,845.78; Dominion Motors, 485.70; Dominion Wire Rope 
& Cable Co., Ltd., 120.00; Dryden Paper Co., Ltd., 606.25; A. Dumais, 165.00; 
Duncan Bros., 199.43; Durance Motors, 386.42; J. East, 263.01; Eastman 
Photographic Stores, 3,920.98; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 636.07; G. W. Ecclestone, 
Ltd., 351.73; T. Ehn, 814.50; Electrical Instruments Repair Service of Toronto, 
975.00; Electrical Maintenance & Repair Co., Ltd., 232.75; Mrs. M. A. Elkington, 
100.00; I. Elliot, 114.00; Empire Cafe, 636.00; Endress & Auld, Ltd., 187.16; 
Espanola Garage, 218.07; Evans Lumber Co., Ltd., 756.68; Exide Batteries 
of Canada, Ltd., 545.58; Fairchild Aviation Incorporated, 124.70; Fairmont 
Railway Motors, Ltd., 898.60; H. D. Ferguson, 195.87; A. T. Fife & Co., 2,593.17 
Findlays, Ltd., 480.65; First Co-operative Packers of Ontario, Ltd., 529.03 
H. H. Flesher & Co., 107.77; Fontaine Lumber & Timber Co., Ltd., 401.78 
Town of Fort Frances, 425.63; L. Fortier, 181.71; L. Fournier, 151.25; Fowler 
Hardware Co., Ltd., 192.56; Fred's Garage, 213.14; Fuller's Service Station, 
1,457.31; J. J. Gaudaur, 111.72; General Airways, Ltd., 238.38; General Motors 
Products of Canada, Ltd., 3,618.59; Geraldton Lumber & Supply, 132.22; Get 
Gas, Ltd., 1,571.59; Gibson Motors, 279.86; M. Gillies, 110.00; Gillmor & 
Noden, 581.99; Goodman & Co., 283.81; A. B. Gordon & Co., Ltd., 255.26; 

G. Gordon & Co., Ltd., 1,728.43; J. O. Gough, 105.23; J. L. Gravelle, 346.13; 
Greenwood Electric & Hardware, 784.93; Mrs. M. Gregg, 100.00; C. A. Guenette, 
832.89; Guidotti's Garage, 261.01; Gutcher's Motor Service, 199.74; Gutta 
Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 231.04; M. Halle, 103.20; Halliday Co., Ltd., 1,377.63; 
Halliday-Superior, Ltd., 191.36; J. Harju, 286.16; Harkness & Hertzberg, 
761.67; J. H. Harrison, 152.50; Haverluck & Koval, 210.52; J. Heikinen, 579.97; 
J. I. Henderson, 100.00; Henry Motors, 296.72; Hern Hardware, Ltd., 187.98; 



I 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Forests Service — Continued 
Operating Expenses, etc. — Continued 
Maintenance, etc. — Continued 

Hesson Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,031.09; Highland Inn, 1,493.87; S. J. Hill & Son, 
162.72; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 2,166.82; Hinsperger Harness & Tent Co., 
464.90; E. P. Hoey, 127.50; S. S. Holden, Ltd., 2,477.47; Hood & Cumming 
Motor, Ltd., 550.52; H. C. Hooker, 141.97; H. S. Howland Sons & Co., Ltd., 
470.79; Hubbel & Son, 503.01; A. R. Hubert, 130.70; Hudson's Bay Co., 688.59; 
Huntsville Planing Mill, 140.27; Huntsville Plumbing & Heating, 199.51; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission, 482.11; Ideal Grocery, 553.31; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 
13,556.00; Imperial Varnish & Color Co., Ltd., 873.80; International Harvester 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 5,707.88; International Transit, Ltd., 180.20; Iron 
& Carriage Works, 180.00; M. Irvine, 226.66; Johnston & Mackie, 207.00; 
Wm. Kallio Hardware Co., 1,655.81; Kay's General Stores, 1,025.73; Keetch 
Lumber & Supply Co., Ltd., 413.36; Keewatin Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,426.87; 
Town of Kenora, 289.39; Kermath Manufacturing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 251.96; 
C. H. Kerr, 204.00; Keyes Supplv Co., Ltd., 463.40; King's Printer, 12,089.03; 
I. A. Klamie, 1,631.85; M. Kolari, 225.70; Laberge Lumber Co., Ltd., 
217.01; W. J. Labow, 139.98; Lacoste Bros., 269.60; J. R. Lacroix, 149.40; Laid- 
law-Belton Lumber Co., Ltd., 189.17; W. Laliberte, 146.85; J. Lavoie, 141.60; 
J. E. LeBleu, 604.83; J. Leckie, Ltd., 256.52; Legree Hardware, 107.56; H. A. 
Legris, 121.06; H. M. Legris, 120.00; G. H. Lemke, 337.17; Lesage Motor 
Sales, 200.76; H. T. Lloyd, 286.84; Lloyd's Tourist Emporium, 484.31; Lowe 
Bros. Co., Ltd., 705.38; Lufkin Rule Company of Canada, Ltd., 349.27; J. R. 
MacDonald, 196.08; N. S. MacDonald, 900.00; MacDonald Hardware, 1,017.24; 
Municipality of Machin, 1,047.74; J. W. Magnus Co., 1,586.83; A. Maison- 
neuve, 155.00; Marietta Paints & Finishes of Canada, Ltd., 123.09; Marshall- 
Wells Co., Ltd., 588.08; J. L. Martin, 3,769.70; Massey Boat Works, 530.80; 
J. A. Mathieu, Ltd., 260.92; R. Mathieu, 163.16; W. Maxwell, 131.77; McColl- 
Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 12,465.13; K. T. McCuaig, 136.35; G. W. McDonald, 
268.45; McDougall Lumber Co., Ltd., 296.02; J. J. McFadden, Ltd., 156.75; 
McGill Hardware, Ltd., 1,070.84; McGregor & Co., 102.82; P. Mcintosh, 103.50; 
McKay General Store, 109.85; E. H. McLeod, 549.29; McNaught Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 161.79; J. S. L. McRae, 337.43; J. McVey, 232.02; H. Menard, 152.50; 
Mrs. B. Menard, 228.60; Metallic Roofing Company of Canada, Ltd., 220.29; 
Michipicoten Supply Co., 171.76; Mills' Motor Sales, 1,147.36; R. P. Mills, 
834.06; Wm. Milne & Sons, Ltd., 1,108.87; Milton Francis Lumber Co., Ltd., 
204.55; Moore Bros., 129.88; C. Moore, 158.50; Herbert Morris Crane & Hoist 
Co., Ltd., 113.35; Mrs. P. Morrison, 420.00; W. L. Morrissey, 221.93; H. E. 
Mott Co., Ltd., 6,726.15; C. W. Mullett, 363.69; H. L. Mundell, 825.53; J. 
Murphy Coal Co., 260.00; Murray Bros. Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,111.38; Myles 
& Son, 187.24; Nagle & Ariano, 185.15; C. A. Needs & Co., Ltd., 173.63; R. 
Nichols, 150.01 ; Nicholson's Tire Surgery, 455.83 ; Chas. Niedner's Sons, 16,954.97 ; 
Nipigon Lake Timber Co., Ltd., 149.25; Noelville Garage, 104.99; North Bay 
Auto Electric, 235.51; North Bay Auto Supply, 273.29; North Bay Garage, 
187.98; North End Store, 339.53; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 16,554.94; Northern 
Ontario Power Co., 101.05; Northern Paint & Varnish Co., Ltd., 166.36; North- 
ern Telephone Co., 1,018.90; North Side Trading Co., 436.82; North Star Oil 
Ltd., 490.94; L. W. Nuttall, 740.15; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
203.05; Ontario Auto Parts Supply Co., Ltd., 334.45; Ontario-Hughes-Owens Co., 
Ltd., 117.54; Ontario & Minnesota Power Co., Ltd., 250.00; Ontario Paper 
Co., Ltd., 147.21; Ontario Provincial Air Service, 1,102.42; Ontario Provin- 
cial Police, 256.50; W. H. Orange, 133.20; G. Ostler, 102.49; Outboard Marine 
& Manufacturing Company of Canada, Ltd., 1,016.33 ; Pay Lists — sundry 
persons employed on improvement work, 5,761.99; Pay Lists and Disbursements, 
sundry persons fighting fires, 74,172.05; Patricia Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,433.92; 
Payette & Matte, 757.55; W. J. Peever, 110.80; E. Pellow, 207.15; Pellow 
Hardware, 276.15; Pellow Supply Co., 117.95; Pembroke Laundry, Cleaning 
& Dyeing Co., 183.43; Pembroke Lumber Co., Ltd., 116.26; Pembroke Trading 
Co., 149.10; People's Telegraph & Telephone Co., 117.53; People's Co-operative 
Society, 738.48; Peterborough Canoe Co., 700.31; Mrs. A. Peterson, 635.23; 
Pickle Crow Gold Mines, Ltd., 219.23; G. L. Pidgeon. 180.90; Pierce & Radke, 
320.37; Pigeon Timber Co., Ltd., 210.80; J. C. Pinch Stores, 618.50; Pineland 
Timber Co., Ltd., 715.18; A. Pitt, Ltd., 180.27; Mrs. G. Plotz, 164.07; Thos. 
Pocklington Co., 643.30; G. S. Porlier & Co., 153.43; Port Arthur Indian Agency, 
217.44; Port Arthur Public Utilities, 975.19; Port Arthur Ship Building Co., 
Ltd., 231.70; Postmaster, 4,250.53; M. J. Poupore, 107.00; Pratt & Shanacy, 
Ltd., 846.87; Preston Machine Co., 156.07; J. Prince, 487.41; R. A. Prouse, 
122.74; J. Proulx, 137.50; Qualitv Meat & Grocery Co., 606.13; Radio Trade 






1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS I 17 

Forests Service — Continued 
Operating Expenses, etc. — Continued 
Maintenance, etc. — Continued 

Supply Co., Ltd., 4,108.04; B. H. Rands, 177.82; Rankin's Grocery, 127.52; 
J. Rashotte, 374.32; P. Rashotte, 109.23; R. R. Ratcliffe, 207.75; A. Regan, 
141.00; E. L. Reid, 148.90; R. J. Reid, 638.10; C. W. Rhind, 382.20; F. A. Ricard, 
245.04; J. Robert & Co., 511.56; F. R. Robertson, Ltd., 119.74; Robertson's 
Transfer, 453.47; Rossport Trading Co., 945.60; Rothschild &Co., Ltd., 1,584.00; 
N. Rourke, 148.75; Rudolph-McChesney Lumber Co., Ltd., 264.66; D. V. 
Rumsey, 1,159.92 ; A. Russell, 153.75 ; Russell Bros., Ltd., 917.40; Ryder 
Motor Sales, 394.21; Sault Structural Steel Co., Ltd., 362.00; Selkirk's General 
Store, 270.18; C. Shamess, 307.71; Shaw Tool & Machine Co., 618.50; Shell 
Oil Company of Canada, Ltd., 2,519.71; G. Sheridan, 173.75; Sherwin-Williams 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 184.66; Shevlin-Clarke Co., Ltd., 224.09; G. A. 
Simonsen, 4,342.01; Sioux Lookout Telephone Co., 117.68; Town of Sioux 
Lookout, 190.54; A. T. Smith, 900.00; D. L. Smith, 164.25; Smith & Chappie, 
Ltd., 117.53; Smith & Travers Co., 241.67; Albert Solomon, 138.67; Soo Lumber 
& Mill Co., Ltd., 267.80; Spadoni Bros., 2,780.65; Spencer Foundry Co., Ltd., 
104.33; Spruce Falls Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 561.44; Standard Handle & 
Pattern Co., 127.10; Standard Realtv Co., Ltd., 540.00; Starratt Airways & 
Transportation, Ltd., 1,091.98; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., 1,054.16; R. G. 
Stevens, 269.00; Stirling Plumbing Service, 147.83; J. W. Stone Boat Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 1,199.29; Sturgeons, Ltd., 140.57; Sudbury Boat & Canoe 
Co., 238.12; City of Sudbury, 201.21; G. L. Sullivan, 163.49; Geo. Taylor Hard- 
ware Co., 6,304.55; Teck Motor Sales Co., 510.78; Temagami Boat Co., Ltd., 
287.11; Timagami Timber Co., Ltd., 212.15; Temiskaming & Northern Ontario 
Railway, 1,163.54; Timmins Theatre, Ltd., 540.00; Toronto Asphalt Roofing 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 252.84; Tourtellot Hardware Co., Ltd., 845.75; Samuel 
Trees & Co., Ltd., 114.28; Trudeau Motor Sales, 1,705.22; Tweed, Village of, 
139.54; Tyne Motor Co., 122.73; Underwood-Elliot-Fisher, Ltd., 143.48; Union 
Garage, 723.82; J. VanBenschoten, 158.00; W. Vance, 1,364.67; Wagg's Laun- 
dry & Dry Cleaners, Ltd., 115.34; Wakami Lumber Co., Ltd., 446.78; Waldof- 
Farmer's Co-operative Club, Ltd., 132.02; R. Walker, 152.63; Wanson's, 1,485.61; 
Ware Bros., 498.17; Watson Jack & Co., Ltd., 17,764.64; Watson & Lloyd, 
1,423.72; Wells Hardware Co., Ltd., 608.91; Wells & Emmerson, 1,032.03; 
West & Co., 139.21; Westree Wholesale, 329.98; P. J. Whelan, 180.00; E. White, 
1,027.95; White's Tire Shop, 204.26; Wholesale Radio Co., Ltd., 1,307.03; 
A. R. Williams Machinery Co., Ltd., 407.55; Williams & Wilson, Ltd., 448.21; 
Wilmot & Siddall, 195.31; Wilson & Cousins, Ltd., 439.44; Woods Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 5,855.88; F. S. Wright, 155.00; T. Yarrow, 141.25; York Trading 

Co., Ltd., 175.17; G. Zaphe, 141.00; H.L. Zummach, 235.10; Accounts under 

$100, 32,572.69 487,426 50 

Forests Service $1,523,819 38 

Air Service 

Salaries ($166,023.45) 

Permanent 

Ponsford, G. E Director 12 months 4,800 00 

Batchelor, F. P Engineer, Group 1 5 u 916 65 

Chapman, W. G Foreman, Engine Shop 12 " 2,700 00 

Christenson, A. W Carpenter " 2,000 00 

Clark, J. M Engineer, Group 2 " 1,800 00 

Clucas, CM Stores Superintendent " 2,700 00 

Culliton, J. P District Superintendent " 3,400 00 

Day, H. W Engineer, Group 1 " 2,200 00 

DeCourcy, J " « 2 5 " 625 00 

Denning, A. E " " 2 12 ■ 1,800 00 

Doan, G. A " " 1 " 2,400 00 

Donnelly, J. T Engineer's Helper, Group 2 11 " 820 16 

Drew, E. G Engineer, Group 2 12 " 1,800 00 

Failes, L. R " « 1 " 2,200 00 

Finnigan, J.J " " 2 " 1,800 00 

Fleming, D. G " " 2 " 1,800 00 

Fraser, R. H " " 1 « 2,200 00 

Gill, G. A " " 1 " 2,400 00 

Hallatt, H. M " " 2 " 1,500 00 



I 18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Air Service — Continued 

Salaries, Permanent — Continued 

Hancox, P. T Tailor and Sail Maker 12 months 

Hardman, J Engineer, Group 2 11 " 

Hendry, J Carpenter 12 " 

Hill, W. J Assistant Plant Superintendent a 

Hodgson, E. A Junior Pilot, Group 1 u 

Hughes, F. T " " " 1 

Humble, J. R Engineer, Group 1 " 

Hyde, J. F Plant Superintendent " 

Kehoe, T. L Clerk, Group 1 

Kincaid, J Engineer, Group 2 11 " 

Kraushaar, D. N Clerk, Group 1 12 

Kunkel, L Watchman " 

Macaulay, S Engineer, Group 1 " 

McMillan, H.J Clerk, Group 3 

McPhail, D. J Engineer, Group 2 " 

Miles, G. E " " 1 

Milling, J. H. V Junior Engineer " 

Murray, D. H Senior Clerk 

Murray, W Sheet Metal Worker, Group 2 " 

Noble, J. C Senior Clerk 

Parr, P. E Sheet Metal Worker, Group 2 

Phillips, H.J Engineer, Group 1 " 

Rennison, L.N Painter and Doper 7 " 

Richards, E. S Engineer, Group 2 11 " 

Sherborne, J " u 1 12 " 

Simard, A. H Shop Foreman 

Simard, J. E. R Engineer, Group 1 

Singleton, N. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 

Taylor, J. M Engineer, Group 2 

Terry, J Caretaker, Group 1 " 

Tweed, W. W Junior Pilot, Group 1 

Wilcox, W. H Carpenter 

Wilmot, F. F Engineer, Group 1 " 

Windsor, A. D Junior Pilot, Group 1 3 " 

Wright, C. E Engineer, Group 2 12 " 



Pay List, wages of men 



Temporary 



1,800 00 


1,731 


45 


2,100 


00 


2,700 00 


2,400 


00 


2,100 00 


2,400 


00 


3,600 00 


1,500 


00 


1,741 


67 


1,400 


00 


1,050 00 


2,700 


00 


900 00 


1,500 


00 


2,400 00 


1,200 


00 


1,900 


00 


1,800 


00 


2,000 


00 


1,500 00 


2,400 


00 


840 


00 


1,741 


67 


2,400 


00 


2,400 


00 


2,200 00 


975 00 


1,500 


00 


1,300 00 


2,400 


00 


2,100 


00 


2,400 


00 


400 


00 


2,000 


00 


60.681 


85 



Operating Expenses, etc. ($154,127.07) 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. D. Beaulne, 12.20; E. Billington, 40.45; J. V. Bowman, 65.95; W. B. Buck- 
worth, 137.60; W. G. Chapman, 177.15; A. W. Christenson, 109.80; J. M. Clark, 
121.20; F. S. Coghill, 19.27; J. H. Compton, 20.85; C. C. Crossley, 26.15; J. P. 
Culliton, 243.65; H. W. Day, 88.75; G. W. Delahey, 29.00; A. E. Denning, 
51.40; J. T. Donnelly, 41.05; A. Dormer, 59.80; E. G. Drew, 20.90; W. M. Emery, 
52.55; L. R. Failes, 36.10; J. J. Finnigan, 11.45; U. W. Fiskar, 28.40; D. G. Flem- 
ing, 3.00; H. M. Hallatt, 9.70; J. Hardman, 63.71; O. A. Harju, 82.95; A. L. Har- 
vey, 20.75; A. C. Heaven, 12.75; J. Hendry, 156.10; E. A. Hodgson, 23.84; J. R. 
Humble, 56.00; J. F. Hyde, 31.00; T. L. Kehoe, 50.60; J. Kincaid, 10.50; C. Le- 
Feuvre, 66.10; D. J. McPhail, 14.50; J. H. V. Milling, 34.15; R. S. Overbury, 3.50; 
C. S. Peene, 5.25; G. E. Ponsford, 913.84; A. J. Rainey, 28.45; E. S. Richards, 
15.25; J. R. Ross, 10.50; A. H. Simard, 7.68; J. E. R. Simard, 28.00; J. Smith, 59.80; 
G. Swartman, 54.05; J. M. Taylor, 39.70; G. E. Trussler, 28 40; H. W. Westaway, 
48.25; W. H. Wilcox, 159.85; F. F. Wilmot, 36.90; A. D. Windsor, 17.70; T. 
Woodside, 28.00; C. E. Wright, 13.50 

Maintenance, etc.: 

Air Associates, Inc., 104.57; Algoma Central & Hudson Bay Railway Co., 
320.76; Algoma Steel Corporation, Ltd., 107.18; Aluminum Company of Can- 
ada, Ltd., 408.73; Aviation Electric, Ltd., 539.86; Barry's Bay Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 100.00; Bell Telephone Company of Canada, 460.59; Bendix-Eclipse of 
Canada, Ltd., 1.005.35; Breeze Corporation, Inc., 845.75; British North American 
Airways, Ltd., 31,712.31; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 358.50; Canada Packers, 
Ltd., 207.00; Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., 189.79; Canadian National Rail- 
ways, 563.15; Canadian Pacific Railway, 820.79; Canadian Pratt & Whitney 
Aircraft Co., Ltd., 3,225.71; Canadian Wright, Ltd., 727.73; W. Carlbom, 



3,527 94 



1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS I 19 

Air Service — Continued 
Operating Expenses, etc. — Continued 
Maintenance, etc. — Continued 

130.69; Chandler-Evans Corporation, 154.25; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, 
Ltd., 920.42; Collector of Customs, 8,645.23; Dacey-Best Realty Co., Ltd., 
150.00 ; B. W. Deane Co., Ltd., 297.43 ; DeHavilland Aircraft of Canada, 
Ltd., 1,147.56; Department of Highways, Ontario, 102.20; District Services, 
Ltd., 134.97; Dominion Oxygen Co., Ltd., 224.57; Dominion Wire Rope & 
Cable Co., Ltd., 211.28; I. J. Downey & Sons, 2,015.96; Duplate Safety Glass 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 109.69; Fyr-Fyter Company of Canada, 116.33; 
H. A. Grant, 136.01; Great Northern Gas Co., 151.58; R. R. Hannah, 150.31; 
Hart Battery Co., Ltd., 317.52; Harten & McLarty, 888.88; Hesson Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 979.94; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 23,324.79; International Paints (Canada), 
Ltd., 1,484.20; Keetch Lumber & Supply Co., Ltd., 346.99; King's Printer, 
1,073.24; MacDonald Bros. Aircraft, Ltd., 7,503.13; MacDonald Hardware, 
255.26; Map Mounters, Ltd., 102.00; R. P. Mills, 115.14; North American 
Lumber & Supply Co., Ltd., 185.07; Ontario Hughes-Owens Co., Ltd., 338.46; 
Patricia Lumber Co., Ltd., 807.38; J. R. Penfold, 204.00; H. W. Petrie Co., 
Ltd., 142.58; Pilkington Bros. (Canada), Ltd., 102.66; Postmaster, 439.70; 
Purity Ice, 1,236.25; J. Robb & Co., Ltd., 407.75; Sault Ste Marie Public Utili- 
ties, 1,568.89; Scythes & Co., Ltd., 209.00; Shell Oil Company of Canada, Ltd., 
9,115.07; Town of Sioux Lookout, 456.30; Soo Lumber & Mill Co., Ltd., 103.85; 
Starratt Airways & Transportation, Ltd., 619.15; Steel Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 102.09; Stinson Aircraft Corporation, 35,580.13; J. W. Stone Boat Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 105.00; G. S. Vincent, 150.00; Wanson's, 255.50; L. A. 
Wilmot, 275.75; Accounts under $100, 5,307.21 150,599 13 

Air Service $320,150 52 

Radio Service 

Salaries, Equipment and Expenses ($64,999.61) 

Salaries ($39,152.44): 

Permanent 

Watson, J. E Superintendent 12 months 3,000 00 

Clarke, S. H Operator, Group 1 3 " 375 00 

Forsythe, V Clerk Typist, Group 2 12 " 750 00 

Freedman, H. H Operator, Group 1 " 1,600 00 

Goodier, J " " 1 " 1,500 00 

Hurst, J " " 1 3 " 375 00 

Lambert, E. G " " 1 12 " 1,500 00 

Lloyd, C. E Radio Inspector " 1,766 67 

Lockhart, R. W Operator, Group 1 " 1,500 00 

Madill, L.J Engineer " 1,620 00 

Olson, J. H Operator, Group 1 " 1,591 67 

Temporary 
Pay List, wages of radio operators 23,574 10 

Travelling Expenses: 

A. Aho, 83.55; W. Anderson, 83.55; L. F. Chase, 13.40; D. A. Cooper, 548.50; 
R. Cowan, 112.95; B. A. Coy, 91.45; R. A. Duncan, 9.85; P. H. Foley, 75.65; 
R. Grant, 4.65; R. T. Greer, 16.80; W. Hackett, 20.02; F. W. Hartley, 119.25; 
J. A. Jarvis, 217.16; A. Kufluk, 343.25; G. V. Lawrence, 49.15; R. E. Lightfoot, 
66.50; C. E. Lloyd, 282.59; A. M. Loughridge, 47.55; L. J. Madill, 704.68; R. C. 
MacLean, 20.45; L. A. Milton, 81.98; J. H. Olson, 451.46; J. Patty, 106.58; 
R. S. Pellow, 60.85; H. C. Pitkins, 133.30; W. C. Richardson, 25.75; V. Samuels, 
82.35; J. Sewell, 85.70; R. B. Walker, 252.70; J. E. Watson, 832.05; S. E. Wil- 
liams, 25.75 5,049 42 

Maintenance, etc.: 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 187.91; Beaver Lumber Co., Ltd., 105.50; C. J. 
Bennett, 1,166.54; British Aluminum Co., Ltd., 134.76; Burgess Battery Co., 
350.71; Canadian Marconi Co., 1,380.24; Canadian National Railways, 432.66; 
Canadian Pacific Railway, 156.48; Central Patricia Gold Mines, Ltd., 1,474.88; 
Diamond State Fibre Company of Canada, Ltd., 160.71; Electrical Instru- 
ments Repair Service of Toronto, 541.25; Exide Batteries of Canada, Ltd., 
150.05; A. T. Fife & Co., 341.71; Hammond Manufacturing Co., 120.85; Hart 



I 20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Radio Service — Continued 

Salaries, Equipment, etc. — Continued 

Maintenance, etc. — Continued 

Battery Co., Ltd., 190.08; Hennessy & Henessy, Ltd., 337.53; Howey Gold 
Mines, Ltd., 731.35; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 398.47; 
Imperial Oil, Ltd., 262.51; Kenora, Town of, 540.24; King's Printer, 485.85; 
Marshall-Wells Co., Ltd., 184.90; S. Onarheim, 116.40; Postmaster, 173.27; 
Radio Trade Supply Co., Ltd., 4,964.66; Sioux Lookout Telephone Co., 308.48; 
Town of Sioux Lookout, 1,641.10; Starratt Airways & Transportation, Ltd., 

189.63; Stinson Aircraft Corporation, 1,011.37; Vick & Westerlund, 128.75; 

Accounts under $100, 2,428.91 20,797 75 

Radio Service $64,999 61 

Woodmen's Employment Act 

Salaries ($7,500.00) 

Campbell, R. A Inspector (Permanent) 12 months 4,500 00 

Woodward, W Investigator (Temporary) 12 months 3,000 00 

Operating Expenses ($821.15) 

R. A. Campbell, 413.20; W. Woodward, 407.95 821 15 

Woodmen's Employment Act $8,321 15 

Clearing Townsites and Removal of Fire Hazards ($8,358.84) 

Burns & Co., Ltd., 291.89; Canada Packers, Ltd., 402.45; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 102.01; 
H. T. Lloyd, 182.29; W. R. Lowry Estate, 401.59; W. Milne & Sons, Ltd., 798.45; 
Pay List, wages of men, 5,572.06; C. Reckin & Son, 260.84; G. Taylor Hardware, 
Ltd., 179.74; Accounts under $100, 167.52 8,358 84 

Insect Control and Tree Diseases 

Salaries ($2,700.00) 

Permanent 
Haddow, W. R Forest Pathologist 12 months 2,700 00 

Miscellaneous ($364.54) 

W. R. Haddow, 248.54; Postage, 1.27; telephone, 3.82; accounts under $100, 

110.91 364 54 

Grant ($3,500.00) 

Receiver-General of Canada, part cost Saw Fly Investigation 3,500 00 

Insect Control and Tree Diseases $6,564 54 

Reforestation 

Salaries ($226,913.57) 

Permanent 
Main umce: 

Zavitz, E. J Provincial Forester 



Bayly, G Assistant Forester, Group 1 

Carman, R. S Forester 

Marritt, I. C a 

Richardson, A. H " 

Simmons, J. F. L Assistant Forester, Group 1 

Stanley, F. W Senior Clerk 

Wattie, CM " * 

Wheatley, A. B Assistant Forester, Group 2 



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1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS ^21 

Reforestation — Continued 
Salaries, Permanent — Continued 
Norfolk: 

Newman, F. S Superintendent, Group 1 12 months 3,000 00 

Telford, E Deputy Foreman " 1,400 00 

Midhurst: 

Adamson, M. A Superintendent, Group 3 12 months 2,300 00 

Spence, A. H Foreman, Group 1 " 1,600 00 

Orono: 

Linton, G. M Superintendent, Group 3 12 months 2,500 00 

Hall, W. J Foreman, Group 2 " 1,400 00 

Temporary 
Pay List, wages of men 190,913 57 

Operating Equipment, etc. ($107,391.25) 

Travelling Expenses: 

M. A. Adamson, 887.81; H. J. Atkinson, 182.25; G. Bayly, 1,041.77; J. E. Bee- 
croft, 1.95; R. S. Carman, 540.16; A. Chenier, 26.00; O. A. Clark, 58.74; S. J. 
Cox, 92.90; R. J. Crossley, 76.52; S. J. Dearlove, 4.00; C. W. Duckworth, 89.26; 
V. Fee, 10.20; H. Fenney, 369.02; J. E. Hill, 31.95; C. Hodgson, 60.06; F. T. 
Hollidge, 86.00; T. Honey, 5.78; W. H. Kirby, 7.85; F. T. Latimer, 153.13; 
E. Latimer, 5.55; J. Lea, 326.14; G. M. Linton, 202.38; I. C. Marritt, 1,361.64; 
R. H. McKee, 21.72; C. C. Mullins. 6.80; F. S. Newman, 1,172.74; M. J. Plax- 
ton, 37.36; A. H. Richardson, 1,548.64; A. B. Samells, 34.50; J. F. L. Simmons, 
1,473.62; N. W. Smith, 46.75; F. W. Stanley, 107.33; C. M. Wattie, 1,382.24; 
A. B. Wheatley, 1,174.65; H. Willoughby, 133.41; E. J. Zavitz, 948.84 13,709 66 

Maintenance, etc.: 

American Tent & Awning Co., Ltd., 261.55; B. W. Anderson, 302.75; E. Arnold, 
702.00; Ball Planing Mill Co., Ltd., 1,856.48; Barrie-Angus Telephone Co., 
Ltd., 147.84; Barrie Fuel & Supply Co., 203.20; Barrie Lumber Co., 380.00; 
Bates Hardware, 108.65; Bell Telephone Company of Canada, 278.34; Bloom- 
field Garage, 113.26; J. O. Brandon, 123.00; Brown & Co., 320.74; C. & D. 
Murray, Ltd., 178.00; Canada Packers, Ltd., 103.55; Canadian Cork Co., Ltd., 
122.17; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 130.37; Canadian General Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 441.00; Canadian National Railways, 2,304.76; Canadian Oil Co.'s, 
Ltd., 352.17; Canadian Pacific Railways, 548.92; Canadian Steel Strapping 
Co., Ltd., 182.91; Chrysler Corporation of Canada, Ltd., 714.15; G. Clark, 
190.00; B. B. Collings, 217.35; L. Colwell, 2,245.52; D. L. Darby & Son, 170.77; 
Department of Highways, Ontario, 221.49; T. A. Duckworth, 208.10; A. F. 
Empke, 1,207.70; E. H. Everett, 262.50; S. A. Fay, 1,879.16; Frost Steel & 
Wire Co., Ltd., 2,923.35; Gair Company of Canada, Ltd., 970.65; Goodyear 
Tire & Rubber Company of Canada, Ltd., 133.57; Graham Nail & Wire Prod- 
ucts, Ltd., 110.96; E. M. Graham, 500.00; Green Front Hardware, 140.14; E. 
Hammond, 2,097.46; G. D. Hubbard, 249.10; Hvdro-Electric Power Com- 
mission of Ontario, 3,899.86; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 1,387.41; King's Printer, 
3,684.56; L. H. Lipsit, 400.00; P. Lunn, 307.22; Maguire's Transport, 301.59; 
Mansfield Garage, 105.25; W. J. McGuire, Ltd., 135.04; A. McKee, 222.75; 
V. McMaster, 630.54; Metallic Roofing Co., of Canada, Ltd., 132.75; A. Middle- 
brook, 189.53; Miller Oil Co., Ltd., 1,052.25; J. N. Murdock & Sons, 187.55; 
Myles & Son, 111.00; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 102.48; Ontario Cork Co., 
Ltd., 212.54; Orono Coal & Lumber Co., 559.95; Orono Garage, 137.46; Orono 
Telephone Co., Ltd., 236.77; Padfield's Hardware, 247.94; Pease Foundry Co., 
Ltd., 130.99; Peterborough Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,155.14; W. F. Petry & Son, 
307.23; W. N. Porter, 127.50; Postmaster, 380.30; G. S. Pratt, 172.79; W. H. 
Pratt, 250.10; Rennie's Seeds, 343.58; Robinson Hardware, 478.74; D. Rocke- 
feller, 225.00; Rolph Hardware, 226.29; St. Williams Garage, 179.40; Sarjeant 
& Co., Ltd., 530.39; Sarnia Fence Co., Ltd., 2,968.11; F. H. Severn, 141.18; 
W. Simes, 100.50; H. Smith, 542.01; Southern Ontario Telephone Co., 149.95; 
H. Spinks, 874.18; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., 111.00; Sturgeon's, Ltd., 
581.62; Sundry Farmers, fertilizer, 170.00; Sundry Persons, purchase of cones, 
21,061.81; W. Thomson, 105.40; Tisdale Motors, 113.09; J. Torpey, 115.50; 
Victoria Paper & Twine Co., Ltd., 105.50; Watson Jack & Co., Ltd., 165.80; 



I 22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Reforestation — Continued 

Operating Equipment, etc. — Continued 

Maintenance, etc. — Continued 

E. Webb & Sons (Canada), Ltd., 101.35; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 

556.24 ; W. J. Woolsev, 460.75 ; Pay lists, wages of men on improvement 

work, 13,305.40; accounts under $100, 9,596.68 93,681 59 

Reforestation $334,304 82 

Forests Branch $2,348,170 24 

STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($8,000.00) 

Hon. Peter Heenan 12 months 8,000 00 

Refund re Wild Lands ($351.05) 

University of Toronto 351 05 

Refund of Two Per Cent Crown Dues ($11.01) 

Treasurer, Township of Hindon 11 01 

Statutory $8,362 06 

Total Expenditure, Department of Lands and Forests, $2,622,133.31 



PART J 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

LEGISLATION 

FISCAL YEAR, 1938-39 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 
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Salaries, etc 3 

Indemnities to Members 3 

Stationery, Printing and Binding 3 

Maintenance 3 

Allowance to Mr. Speaker 4 

Office of Law Clerk 4 

Office of Crown-in-Chancery 4 



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DEPARTMENT OF LEGISLATION 



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Hon. J. H. Clark. 



DEPARTMENT OF LEGISLATION 

OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER 
Salaries ($20,550.10) 

Speaker of the House 



2,500 00 



Permanent 

Lewis, A. C Clerk of the House 12 months 

Cordell, T Clerk and Messenger 

Dies, R Senior Clerk 

Greer, M Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Temporary 

Ashley, J. E Clerk 12 months 

Bawtinheimer, E. F Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 11 " 

Corner, W Clerk 12 " 

Dashkin, S Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3 /5 " 

Gaylord, M " " " 2 12" 

Iredale, R " " " 2 

Pautler, A Clerk " 

Pritchard, F Secretary to Speaker " 

Schaller, P Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 " 

Clerks of Committees, Sessional Writers, Messengers, Pages, etc. ($3,371.17) 

Cassidy, J. F Secretary to the Leader of the Opposition 

Rutherford, C. S Sergeant-at-Arms 



5,000 00 


1,500 


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1,700 00 


1,300 


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900 00 


832 


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825 


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Assistant Law Clerks: 

T. Flahiff, 250.00; F. McLatchy.. 104.17 



354 17 



Sessional Writers: 

E. Bustard, 63.00; I. M. Drew, 81.00; M. Hambly, 63.00; V. J. Johnson, 191.67; 
K. Leacock, 63.00; M. Lindner, 63.00; A. H. O'Brien, 50.00; E. Payne, 87.00; 
R. Snyder, 63.33 



725 00 



Messengers: 

E. Charbonneau, 69.00; C. Clare, 63.00; J. Davidson, 69.00; R. Fournier, 69.00; 
L. Martin, 69.00; I. Pare, 69.00; E. Polci, 69.00 



477 00 



Pages : 

D. Barnett, 52.50; S. Davis, 52.50; W. Dawson, 52.50; G. Malone, 52.50; S. 
McLaughlin, 52.50; G. Orde, 52.50 



315 00 



Indemnities — Members, Including Mileage ($186,606.80) 
Session, 1939: 

Indemnities, 180,000.00; Mileage, 2,606.80; Leader of the Opposition, 3,000.00; 

Chairman of the Committee of the Whole House, 1,000.00 186,606 80 

Stationery, including Printing Paper, Printing Bills, Distributing Statutes, 
Printing and Binding ($34,216.55) 

King's Printer, 34,050.65; Sundry Publications, advertising re Statutes, 165.90 34,216 55 



Maintenance ($6,947.10) 

Miscellaneous: 

N. R. Butcher & Co., 118.00; Harcourts, Ltd., 227.96; W. G. W 7 . Harvey, special 
services, 800.00; K. Killing, special services, 150.00; H. Petley, special services 
400.00; Sundry Newspapers, advertising, 106.46; Tip Top Tailors, Ltd., 105.60 

Walter & Son, 148.00; Car tickets, 15.00; cartage, express and freight, 48.91 

newspapers and periodicals, 143.32; telegrams, 15.18; telephone, 82.33; accounts 
under $100, 167.51 



2,528 27 



]_± PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Office of the Speaker — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Investigation re Hydro-Electric Power Commission Contracts: 
Allowance to Members of Committee, etc.: 
W. A. Baird, 165.00; G. H. Challies, 150.00; J. H. Clark, 165.00; J. M. Cooper, 
165.00; L. M. Frost, 165.00; A. J. Haines, 165.00; L. Macaulay, 165.00; Estate of 
M. M. McBride, 75.00; J. Newlands, 150.00; I. T. Strachan, 150.00; M. M. Hood, 
services as secretary, 75.00; T. Pyburn, reporting and copies of transcript, 
2,828.83 4,418 83 

Allowance to Mr. Speaker, in Lieu of Contingencies ($500.00) 

Hon. J. H. Clark 500 00 

Office of the Speaker $252,191 72 

OFFICE OF LAW CLERK 
Salaries ($11,690.00) 

Permanent 

Silk, E. H Clerk of Public Bills and Legislative Counsel .12 months 3,800 00 

MacTavish, L. R Clerk of Private and Municipal Bills 6 " 1,800 00 

Baker, A. E Principal Clerk 12 " 2,400 00 

Berthon, C. S Senior Clerk Stenographer 3 * 375 00 

Cloney, M. E Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 975 00 

McCleary, D. H Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

Temporary 

Hay, J. C Assistant Law Clerk 6 months 840 00 

Maintenance ($380.67) 

King's Printer, 240.00; Telegrams, .59; telephone, 14.23; accounts under $100, 

125.85 380 67 

Office of Law Clerk $12,070 67 

OFFICE OF CROWN-IN-CHANCERY 
Salaries ($4,600.00) 

Permanent 

Harvey, W. G. W Clerk, Group 1 12 months 1,700 00 

Hilliard, F Clerk and Messenger " 1,400 00 

Rice, M. R Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

Maintenance ($114.17) 

King's Printer, 61.97; Underwood-Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., 20.00; Express, .70; 

newspapers and periodicals, 31.50 114 17 

Office of Crown-in-Chancery $4,714 17 

Total Expenditure, Department of Legislation $268,976 56 



PART K 



LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 



FISCAL YEAR, 1938-39 



GENERAL INDEX AT BACK OF BOOK 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



PART K— LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 

Statement of Expenditure Showing Amounts Expended and Unexpended for the 

Year Ended March 31, 1939 





Appropriations 


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Permanent 

Armstrong, R. W First Assistant Secretarv 5 months 

Scholfield, G. P " " " ' 7 " 

Humphrey, E. A Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 " 

Johnson, M. P Secretarial Stenographer 

Expenses ($6,000.00) 

His Honour A. Matthews, allowance for contingencies 

Total Expenditure, Lieutenant-Governor's Office $9,500 00 



250 00 

350 00 

1,200 00 

1,700 00 



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PART L 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

MINES 

FISCAL YEAR, 1938-39 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 
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Salaries 4 

Travelling Expenses 5 

Maintenance, etc 5 

General: — Field Assistants, etc 6 

Gas and Oil Well Inspectors, Etc 8 

Sulphur Fumes Arbitrator 8 

Temiskaming Testing Laboratories 8 

Office of Mining Recorders 8 

Office of Draughtsman, North Bay 9 

Statutory 9 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



Hon. Paul Leduc, Minister, 12 months (Statutory, see page L 9) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($149,481.51) 

Permanent 



Rickaby, H. C Deputy Minister 

Sutherland, T. F « " 

Allen, A Draughtsman, Group 3 

Batchelor, H. W Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Chenerv, M. L " " " 

Dennis,' S. O " " " 

Douglas, J Draughtsman, Group 1 

Freymond, C Stock Clerk, Group 1 

Frye, H. E Secretarial Stenographer 

Grant, J. S Clerk, Group 3 

Lefebvre, H Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Logee, P Clerk, Group 2 

Malone, J. P Engrossing Clerk 

McFarland, J. F Supervisor of Dredging Operations and 

Mining Recorder for Eastern Ontario . 

Scott, R. V Clerk Typist, Group 2 

Tremblay, L. E. M Secretary to Minister and Departmental 

Secretary 

Wagar, I Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

Work, J Head Clerk, Group 2 



Accounts Branch 

Shields, J. A Accountant, Group 3 12 months 

Davis, J. G Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 

Lee, B. C Clerk, Group 1 

Matthews, H. G " " 2 

Potter, E. C " " 2 



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4,500 01 


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Geological Branch 

Rickaby, H. C Provincial Geologist 2 months 

Hurst, M. E " " 10 months 3,666 66 

" " Associate Provincial Geologist.. . 2 

Harding, W. D Assistant Geologist 

Horwood, H. C " " 

Lowry, D. A Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Thomson, J. E Assistant Geologist 

Publications and Statistics Branch 

Young, A. C Director 

Arnoldi, M. G Proofreader and Typist 

Braidwood, A Geographer 

Ferrier, D. J Editor 

Jackson, P. A Surveyor and Geographer 

Jameson , J Geographer 

Ledingham, J " 

Love, F. W Draughtsman, Group 3 

Moffat, A. M Senior Filing Clerk 

Williams, I Senior Clerk Stenographer 



Mines Inspection Branch 

Sinclair, D. G Chief Inspector 12 months 

Bayne, A. S Inspector 

Cave, A. E " 

Cooper, D. F " 

Douglass, D. P 

Elson, F. E. E Clerk Typist, Group 2 4 



766 66 



666 67 


4,333 33 


12 months 


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a 


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12 months 


3,600 00 


a 


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u 


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a 


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a 


2,850 00 


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12 months 


4,400 00 


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1938-39 DEPARTMENT OF MINES L5 

Main Office — Continued 

Salaries, Permanent — Continued 

Mines Inspection Branch — Continued 

Field, D. J Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 months 1,500 00 

Stewart, R Laboratory Foreman " 1,700 00 

Taylor, J. B Inspector " 3,150 00 

Tower, W. O " " 3,900 00 

Webster, A. R " " 3,800 00 

Weir, E. B " " 3,300 00 

Mines Assessment Branch 

Bell, E. C Senior Clerk 12 months 1,600 00 

Elson, F. E. E Clerk Typist, Group 2 8 " 562 50 

Potter, E. C Clerk, Group 3 4 " 350 00 

Chemical and Assay Branch 

Green, W. F Provincial Assayer 12 months 3,200 00 

Brisson, J. L Laboratory Attendant, Group 1 11 " 1,100 00 

Ley, W. F " Assistant " 1 12 " 1,200 00 

Mayer, R. J " " " 1 " 1,087 50 

Rothwell, T. E . . .Assistant Assayer " 2,850 00 

Schinzel, S. T Laboratory Assistant, Group 2 " 1,125 00 

Natural Gas Commissioner's Office 

Harkness, R. B Commissioner 12 months 4,400 00 

Crozier, A. R Assistant to Commissioner " 2,400 00 

Gilmour, T. A Clerk, Group 3 " 862 50 

Mining Court of Ontario 

Godson, T. E Judge of the Mining Court 12 months 6,000 00 

Godson, F. L Clerk, Group 2 " 1,250 00 

Sefton, B. C Senior Clerk Stenographer " 1,500 00 

Wilson, M. M " " " " 1,250 00 

Files Branch 

Stevens, G. T Clerk, Group 2 12 months 1,012 50 

Rathbun, N Filing Clerk, Group 1 " 937 50 

Temporary 

Braithwaite, W. K Laboratory Attendant, Group 2 5% months 504 58 

Brisson, J. L Laboratory Assistant 1 " 100 00 

Dashkin, S Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 2% " 164 51 

Gibson, T. W Consultant 12 " 3,999 96 

Mickle, G. R Mine Assessor " 2,799 96 

Travelling Expenses ($11,582.90) 

Hon. P. Leduc, 450.00; M.W. Bartley, 53.30; A. S. Bayne, 1,173.25; A. E. Cave, 883.75; 
D. F. Cooper, 764.11; A. R. Crozier, 42.52; Department of Highways, 47.65; 
D. P. Douglass, 1,563.39; T. E. Godson, 129.50; M. E. Hurst, 63.25; P. A. Jackson, 
9.75; H. Lefebvre, 42.15; P. Logee, 46.55; J. F. McFarland, 940.76; H. G. Mat- 
thews, 55.30; G. R. Mickle, 75.20; H. C. Rickabv, 102.35; D. G. Sinclair, 750.69; 
Starratt Airways & Transportation, Ltd., 184.00; J. B. Taylor, 1,126.05; J. E. 
Thomson, 49.88; Toronto Transportation Commission, 10.00; W. O. Tower, 
1,032.86; L. E. M. Tremblay, 52.75; A. R. Webster, 1,008.89; E. B. Weir, 376.91 ; 
J. Work, 259.04; A. C. Young, 289.05 11,582 90 

Maintenance ($41,981.50) 

Advertising: 

F. J. Beech Publishing Co., Ltd., 276.25; Canadian Geographical Society, 600.00; 
Canadian Mining Journal, 720.00; Canadian Mining & Metallurgical Bulletin, 
270.00; The Legionary, 135.00; MacLean Publishing Co., Ltd., 100.00; Northern 

Miner Press, Ltd., 177.36; Westman's Publications, Ltd., 435.00; Accounts 

under $100, 216.00 2,929 61 






L6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Continued 
Maintenance — Continued 
Miscellaneous: * 

Angus, Stonehouse & Baldwin, 193.35; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 232.63; Cana- 
dian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 816.05; Canadian Photo Copy Co., 1,011.28; 
H. S. Crabtree, Ltd., 303.20; Department of Highways, 553.37; H. J. Donley, 
150.00; Department of Mines and Resources, Ottawa, 147.74; Johnson, Matthey 
& Co., Canada, Ltd., 101.98; King's Printer, 17,541.01 ; D. V. Klein & Co., 140.00; 
R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 184.00; Miller Lithographic Co., Ltd., 1,022.20; 
Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 386.60; M. Richmond, 124.00; Rolph- 
Clark-Stone, Ltd., 6,881.73; Sundry Persons, meals re overtime, 193.20; Thomson 
& Sons, Ltd., 2,677.55; E. A. Trevor, services, 2,090.40; expenses, 42.40; Williams 

& Wilson, Ltd., 423.48; Express, 66.92; newspapers and periodicals, 231.94; 

postage, 242.09; telegrams, 433.79; telephone, 1,002.33; accounts under $100, 

1 ,858.65 39,051 89 

Salaries, Equipment and Expenses of Temporary Field and Other Assistants, 
including Educational Work ($83,783.47) 

Services of Geologists, Assistant Geologists, Fieldmen, Instructors at Prospectors' 
Classes : 

S. Aistrop, 307.26; J. S. Allen, 412.91; H. S. Armstrong, 392.33; M. W. Bartley, 
1,516.13; J. D. Bateman, 1,362.90; D. M. Bean, 230.00; L. G. Berry, 972.68; 
T. L. Boyle, 432.26; A. A. Brant, 500.00; J. W. Britton, 525.77; E. L. Bruce, 
1,030.00; N. W 7 . Buerger, 462.92; P. Bugg, 474.86; A. M. Burslem, 431.84; N. 
Campbell, 100.00; G. R. Casselman, 1,014.67; E. O. Chisholm, 386.56; G. L. 
Colgrove, 417.88; W. P. Corking, 540.00; E. H. G. Cornford, 457.75; G. B. Crom- 
bie, 521.27; S. A. Curtis, 120.00; J. H. Douglas, 428.40; E. L. Evans, 1,108.31; 
H. W. Fairbairn, 1,459.03; F. Francis, 76.85; A. C. Freeze, 512.85; M. C. Gar- 
diner, 496.77; W. Gebert, 254.00; W. Gerrie, 2,100.00; P. Ginn, 457.32; J. O. 
Gorman, 529.03; A. T. Griffis, 1,322.58; W. K. Gummer, 624.20; R. D. Hindson, 
432.19; N. Hogg, 1,262.90; R. Hoiles, 457.75; J. J. Ivan, 424.74; A. Johnson, 
291.94; G. Keeler, 379.90; G. B. Langford, 200.00; C. R. Leitch, 520.16; J. H. 
Low, 513.52; R. D. Macdonald, 1,263.98; W. L. MacDonald, 435.48; A. S. Mac- 
Laren, 425.22; A. MacLean, 970.00; G. W. Matheson, 395.99; J. F. Maw, 410.00; 
J. W. McBean, 1,766.45; F. L. McDonald, 458.07; J. W. Mills, 386.23; J. E. S. 
Milne, 529.84; D. H. Mode, 346.66; E. S. Moore, 300.00; J. C. G. Moore, 410.67; 
W. W. Moorhouse, 1,191.39; W. A. Norfolk, 554.68; E. B. Owen, 470.70; G. E. 
Parsons, 480.65; H. A. Pearson, 379.78; P. Pelzer, 292.00; O. S. Perry, 665.32; 
V. K. Prest, 1,231.72; A. T. Prince, 704.68; R. G. Rhodes, 651.90; C. Robertson, 
466.67; D. P. Robertson, 546.45; G. M. Robson, 565.00; H. W. Salter, 597.33; 
J. Satterly, 1,420.00; O. A. Seeber, 701.94; T. F. Slater, 136.13; G. R. Smith, 
136.13; D. K. Stadelman, 479.04; J. S. Talbot, 389.46; R. Townsley, 231.68; 
D. Tuke, 282.42; D. G. Wilkinson, 433.06 47,569 15 

Geological Parties: Travelling Expenses and Disbursements: 

M. W. Bartley, 537.53; J. D. Bateman, 931.22; L. G. Berry, 342.44; E. L. Bruce, 
477.06; E. L. Evans, 728.44; H. W. Fairbairn, 244.29; W. Gerrie, 1,416.67; 
A. T. Griffis, 1,059.33; W. D. Harding, 1,462.44; H. C. Horwood, 1,513.85; 
M. E. Hurst, 565.57; J. W. McBean, 508.76; R. D. MacDonald, 475.50; A. 
MacLean, 2,052.32; W. W. Moorhouse, 406.05; V. K. Prest, 1,053.21; J. Satterly, 
1,132.65; J. E. Thomson, 1,225.71 16,133 04 

Miscellaneous: 

Art Metropole, 243.51; H. R. Brooks, 157.00; W. A. Carveth & Co., 472.90; 
F. C. Campbell, 140.16; Department of Highways, 177.06; Department of Lands 
and Forests, 3,542.12; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 812.06; S. S. Holden, Ltd., 238.00; 
Hudson's Bay Co., 944.75; Instruments, Ltd., 591.00; J. A. Johnston, 491.11; 
King's Printer, 1,973.55; J. Leckie, Ltd., 265.12; MacLellan Motors, Ltd., 295.00; 
Marshall-Wells Co., Ltd., 376.63; McLeod Garage, Ltd., 155.95; Mitchell Hard- 
ware & Supply, Ltd., 109.59; Nagle & Ariano, 1,947.05; National Grocers Co., 
Ltd., 112.83; Pellow Supply Co., 158.43; T. Pocklington Co., 565.51; Sundry 
Newspapers, advertising, 817.46; Timmins Provisions Co., 359.83; R. & A. 
Trussler, 1,769.60; A. Tullock, 290.80; University of Toronto, 204.00; Waldhof 
Farmers' Co-operative Club, Ltd., 430.35; Ward's Natural Science Establish- 
ment, 199.60; M. J. White, 274.67; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 252.60; 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



L 7 



Main Office — 'Continued 

Salaries, Equipment, etc. — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

Workers' Co-operative of New Toronto, Ltd., 372.94 ; Cartage, express 

and freight, 225.55; accounts under $100, 1,319.55 20,286 28 

Total $83,988 47 

Less: Sale of old Equipment 205 00 

$83,783 47 

Grants, Assistance, Services, Salaries, Purchase of Equipment, etc., 
re Opening up Trails, Clearing Streams, etc. ($135.78) 

Pay List, wages of men, 123.00; Accounts under $100, 12.78 135 78 

Mineral Collections, including Cases and Displays at Exhibitions, 
also Services and Expenses ($94.25) 

R. Simpson Co., Ltd., 76.25; F. G. Tickell, 18.00 94 25 

Moving Expenses of Officials ($13.15) 
D. P. Douglass 13 15 

Purchase and Maintenance of Equipment re Mine Inspection ($413.99) 

King's Printer, 138.51; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 262.06; Suddes & 

Co., Ltd., 2.75; Cartage and freight, 10.67 413 99 

Maintenance and Operation of Cable Testing Machine ($488.32) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 116.01; Canada Metal Co., Ltd., 155.40; Accounts 

under $100, 216.91 488 32 

Expenses of Development, etc., re Lignite and Other Deposits ($196.87) 

Pay List, wages of men, 182.50; G. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 13.72; Express, .65 . 196 87 

Expenses re Forfeiture of Mining Claims ($2,703.81) 

Advertising: 

Fort William Daily-Times Journal, 334.50; The Haileyburian, 201.60; Miner 
Publishing Co., 71.28; New-Chronicle Publishing Co., Ltd., 330.00; Northern 
Miner, 18.00; Porcupine Advance, 137.52; Rainy River Record, 158.76; Sault 
Daily Times, 152.88; Sudbury Star, 140.80 1,545 34 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 58.30; Sundry District Registrars, searches, registrations, etc., 

1,100.17 1,158 47 

Guarding Abandoned Mine Workings ($2,813.19) 

MacDonald Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 142.08; J. A. McAndrew, travelling expenses, 
228.19; Pay List, wages of men, 2,672.30; G. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 970.08; 

Temiskaming Local Master of Titles, 144.50; Express, 5.15; accounts under 

$100, 95.81 4,258 1 1 

Less: Refunds by Various Mining Companies 1,444 92 

— 2,813 19 

Purchase and Treatment of Gold and Silver Ores ($462.86) 

Ashley Gold Mining Corporation, 235.13; J. D. Halonen, 1,216.06; Kirkland Con- 
solidated Mines, Ltd., 449.28; Tracey Gold Mines, 243.19; Val D'or Gold Hold- 
ings, Ltd., 258.50; Westwood Cadillac Mines, 527.03; Accounts under $100, 

237.12 3,166 31 

Less: Refunded by Testing Laboratories 2,703 45 

462 86 

Purchase of Equipment for Northern High Schools ($463.57) 

Buff & Buff Manufacturing Co., 312.75; Keuffel & Esser Company of New York, 

145.23; Express, 5.59 463 57 

Main Office $294,615 17 



L_8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

GAS AND OIL WELL INSPECTORS 
Salaries, Equipment, etc. ($8,097.88) 

Salaries, Permanent ($5,700.00): 

Burn, B. D Inspector of Natural Gas 12 months 2,200 00 

McNulty, H. J Natural Gas Referee " 2,000 00 

Sanson, J Inspector of Natural Gas " 1,500 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

B. D. Burn, 321.40; A. R. Crozier, 93.87; R. B. Harkness, 531.47; J. Sanson, 

952.99 1,899 73 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 204.59; Cartage and express, 108.92; newspapers and periodi- 
cals, 11.00; postage, 21.00; telephone, 64.98; accounts under $100, 87.66 498 15 

SULPHUR FUMES ARBITRATOR 

Salaries, Travelling and Other Expenses 

Salary, Permanent: 

Murray, R. H Arbitrator 12 months 3,300 00 

Miscellaneous: 

Cochrane, Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 300.00; Get Gas, Ltd., 646.75; R. H. Murray, 
travelling expenses, 537.19; J. E. Howitt, travelling expenses, 133.19; Sudbury 

Construction & Machinery Co., Ltd., 118.82; Freight, 1.36; postage, 7.00; 

telegrams, .92; telephone, 61.10; accounts under $100, 228.13 Less refund of 

travelling expenses by Commissioner of Agricultural Loans, 668 11 1,366 35 

Total . $4,666 35 

Less: Refunds from Smelting Companies 4,666 35 



TEMISKAMING TESTING LABORATORIES 
Maintenance and Operation of Plant ($18,413.06) 

A. A. Cole, Superintendent 
Salaries ($9,832.26): 
Permanent: 

Mondoux, F Assistant Assayer 12 months 2,600 00 

Temporary: 

Grozelle, P. A Sampler 12 months 1,500 00 

Labelle, J. Z Millman and Day Watchman " 1,561 75 

Labelle, V Mill Helper y 2 " 42 00 

Morin, A Mill Helper and Day Watchman 5 2/3 months 665 76 

Poirier, E Mill Helper 4 months 355 50 

Raymond, W. A Night Watchman 12 " 1,551 25 

Saumier, W Mill Helper 2/3 " 57 75 

Smith, J Millman and Day Watchman 10^ u 1,401 75 

Pay List, wages of Mill Helpers 96 50 

Miscellaneous: 

Cobalt Foundry, 199.72; Conlin & Hogan, 1,206.06; Frankel Bros., Ltd., 120.00; 
Imperial Oil, Ltd., 135.66; King's Printer, 358.10; LaRose-Rouyn Mines, Ltd., 
420.00; Mines Assay Supplies, Ltd., 320.65 ; Northern Metal Co., 400.40; Northern 
Ontario Power Co., Ltd., 1,757.42; T. & N.O. Railway, services of A. A. Cole, 

1,800.00; G. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 656.17; Cartage, express and freight, 

653.57; postage, 60.00; telegrams, 3.23; telephone, 75.68; accounts under $100, 

414.14 8,580 80 

OFFICE OF MINING RECORDERS 

Salaries and Expenses, etc. ($43,666.34) 

Salaries ($34,165.70): 

Permanent: 

Alexander, J. A Mining Recorder, Group 2 12 months 1,000 00 

Bolduc, J. P " " " 2 " 1,900 00 



1938-39 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



L9 



Office of Mining Recorders — Continued 

Salaries and Expenses — Continued 

Salaries, Permanent — Continued 

Ginn, H. G Mining Recorder Group 1 12 months 



Holland, H. E. 
McArthur, T. A. 
McAulay, N. J. . 
Miller, W. N.. .. 
O'Rourke, M. F. 
Sharpe, W. C. . . 
Smith, J. D. C. . 

Story, M. A 

McDonald, M. M Clerk, Group 3 

Wood, T. A " " 1 

Clements, G. M Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 



Fryia, I. D. 

Harris, E. J 

Hermanson, H. G. 

Hutt, F 

Matson, L 

Raiche, Y 



2 

" 2 

" 2 

" 2 

" 2 

2.. 12 months 
Less leave of absence 



918 75 
152 50 



Urquhart, M. R Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 6 months 

McGregor, M. C Clerk Typist, Group 2 12 " 

McPhee, M " " " 2 

Woodall, M " " " 2 



2,200 00 

2,100 00 

2,400 00 

2,400 00 

2,100 00 

1,900 00 

1,800 00 

1,000 00 

1,600 00 

975 00 

1,600 00 

975 00 

412 50 

900 00 

481 25 

825 00 

900 00 

766 25 
412 50 
900 00 
787 50 
825 00 



Temporary: 

Brazel, D 

Brodie, F. E 

Burchall, M 

Fryia, I. D 

Hermanson, H. G. 

Houle, A 

Hurd, F. M 

Langlois, L 

Urquhart, M. R. . 
Eady, M. A 



Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 3% months 

" « « 2 AM 



6> 2 

4 

6 

2 3/5 

2 

6 



Clerk Typist, Group 2 12 



12 months 



.35; telephone, 52.69; accounts under $100, 22.35 



228 43 
445 77 
275 00 
412 50 
112 50 
49 50 
177 42 
142 08 
412 50 
750 00 



Miscellaneous: 

C. Bogart, 160.00; C. N. Railways, 240.00; Capital Trust Corporation, Ltd., 
1,080.00; Casco & Cantor, 595.00; King's Printer, 3,218.52; Kosmack & Sale, 
270.37; K. Kussner, 440.00; L. Matson, travelling expenses, 119.36; Northern 
Ontario Power Co., Ltd., 134.55; K. O'Grady, 120.00; W. R. Thompson, 339.91; 

T. A. Wood, travelling expenses, 232.00; Cartage, express and freight, 218.48; 

postage, 1,237.47; telegrams, 16.08; telephone, 447.02; accounts under $100, 631.88 9,500 64 

OFFICE OF DRAUGHTSMAN, NORTH BAY 

Salaries, Expenses and Apparatus ($6,770.50) 

Salaries ($4,474.00): 

Permanent: 

Williams, A. D Draughtsman, Group 1 

Brookes, H Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 



1,900 00 
975 00 



Temporary : 

Brown, G. E Draughtsman, Group 2 12 months 1,500 00 

Kenney, L Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 2/3 " 45 00 

Moore, K Assistant Draughtsman " 54 00 

Miscellaneous: 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 146.96; King's Printer, 968.00; 
Patton & Kennedy, Ltd., 918.00; Express, 42.15; postage, 146.00; telegrams, 



2,296 50 



STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary ($8,000.00) 

Hon. Paul Leduc 12 months 8,000 00 



Total Expenditure, Department of Mines $379,562 95 



PART M 



DEPARTMENT 



OF 



MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 



FISCAL YEAR, 1938-39 



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Ontario Municipal Board 4 

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