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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF THE 



OVINCE OF ONTARIO 



FOR THE 



Year Ended 31st March 



1943 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



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Year Ended 31st March 



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PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1, 1944 




ONTARIO 



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

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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, 1943. 



Respectfully submitted, 



Leslie M. Frost, 

Treasurer. 



Treasury Department, Ontario, 
November 15th, 1943. 



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Provincial Auditor's Office, 

November 15th, 1943 

The Honourable Leslie M. Frost, 
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, 1943, 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 1-35 

B 1-26 

C 1-41 

D 1-10 

E 1-52 

F 1-34 

G 1-3 

Q 5-9 

H 1-11 

I 1-19 

J 1-4 

K 1-2 

L 1-7 

T 1-11 

M 1-7 

N 1-7 

1-3 

P 1-17 

Q 1-17 

U 1-2 
R i-17 
S 1-16 


Page 
14-15 


Attorney-General's Department 


16 


Education Department 


17 


Game and Fisheries Department 


18 


Health Department 


19 


Highways Department 


20 


Insurance Department . 


21 


Interest 




Labour Department 


22 


Lands and Forests Department 


23 


Legislation 


24 


Lieutenant-Governor's Office 




Mines Department 


24 


Miscellaneous 




Municipal Affairs Department 


25 


Prime Minister's Department 


25 ' 


Provincial Auditor's Office 






26 


Provincial Treasurer's Department . . 


27 


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


31-33 

27 




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 1 2-13 

REVENUE 

Department of — 

4 Agriculture 14-15 

5 Attorney-General 16 

6 Education 17 

7 Game and Fisheries 18 

8 Health 19 

9 Highways •* 20 

10 Insurance 21 

1 1 Labour 22 

12 Lands and Forests 23 

13 Legislation 24 

14 Mines 24 

15 Municipal Affairs 25 

1 6 Prime Minister 25 

17 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 and Income Taxes 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 

Railway Aid Certificates 47 

Temporary Loans — Treasury Bills 47 

Bank Balances 47 

Province of Ontario Savings Office Balance Sheet 48 

Agricultural Development Finance Act — Investments 48 

Special Funds 48 

Reserves 48 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 49 

Municipal Sinking Funds 50 

Drainage and Housing Loans 51 

Contingent Liabilities 52-56 

Province of Ontario — Stock and Debentures 56a 

Payment to Officials from more than one source 57-58 

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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



PROVINCE OF 

ASSETS AND 

As at March 

Capital Assets 
Page 

No. 

Realizable or Income Producing: 

— Dominion of Canada — 

Subsidies— $3,155,007.48 of which $2,941,424.28 

Capitalized at 5% $ 58,828,485 60 

Common School Fund (Ontario and Quebec) — 

Ontario's share of Fund 1,424,597 20 

$ 60,253,082 80 

42 Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — 

Advances (Net) 121,684,188 12 

— Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway — 

Advances 30,207,934 92 

48 Agricultural Development Finance Act — 

Investments 32,156,720 11 

43 Loans to Municipalities, Etc 3,263,145 33 

44 Accounts Receivable 29,780 38 

— Miscellaneous Investments 500 00 

$247,595,351 66 

43 Buildings, Roads, Etc 471,026,599 67 

44 Deferred Assets 2,321,810 71 

45 Discount on Debentures — (Less proportion amortized) 6,954,731 32 

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

Total Capital Assets $741,943,529 76 



Income Assets 

47 Cash $ 8,320,754 41 

44 Accounts Receivable 8,032,469 16 

48 Interest Receivable (Due and accrued) — 

Agricultural Development Finance Act — 

Investments 5,727,577 34 

44 Plant, Livestock, Stores and Equipment 3,061,1 15 77 

Total Income Assets 25,141,916 68 



$767,085,446 44 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



ONTARIO 

LIABILITIES 

31, 1943 

Capital Liabilities 
Page 
No. 

Funded Debt: 
56a Ontario Stock and Debentures $624,128,573 30 

46 Less— Sinking Funds 13,839,259 43 

$610,289,313 87 

47 Railway Aid Certificates 115,616 10 

$610,404,929 97 

Unfunded Debt: 

48 Demand Deposits with Province of Ontario 

Savings Office $ 35,740,640 34 

47 Temporary Loans— Treasury Bills 43,000,000 00 

48 Special Funds 6,036,737 05 

— Miscellaneous 7,000 00 



84,784,377 39 



Total Capital Liabilities $695,189,307 36 



Income Liabilities 



Accounts Payable $ 1,659,460 04 

Accrued Interest on Funded and Unfunded Debt.. . . 8,015,593 70 

Total Income Liabilities 9,675,053 74 

$704,864,361 10 

48 Reserves 1,151,074 05 

Surplus 61,070,011 29 

$767,085,446 44 



52 Contingent Liabilities: 

Bonds, Etc., Guaranteed by the Province $122,734,860 52 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



NET RECEIPTS 



Statement 

CONSOLIDATED 

For the Fiscal Year, April 



State- 
ment 



4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 



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 



Loan Repayments — 
All Departments 

Special Funds — Deposits- 
All Departments 

Deferred Assets, etc 



Public Debt- 
Loans. . . . 



Proceeds from 



Total Net Receipts. 



Ordinary 



$ c. 

367,948 06 

872,829 90 

52,674 59 

962,350 89 

1,651,996 10 

32,458,998 83 

209,157 77 

105,450 06 

6,001,987 16 

11,096 21 

2,556,549 03 

16,760 21 

14,728 63 

587,727 90 

62,184,627 66 

7,499 70 

151,680 45 



Capital 



c. 



33,304 65 



69,275 28 
40,100 16' 



413 50 



108,214,063 15 



108,214,063 15 



143,093 59 

18,190,576 44 

1,757,989 75 
2,487,657 42 



22,579,317 20 
96,898,423 23 



108,214,063 15 



119,477,740 43 



Total 



$ c. 

367,948 06 

872,829 90 

52,674 59 

962,350 89 

1,651,996 10 

32,492,303 48 

209,157 77 

105,450 06 

6,071,262 44 

11,096 21 

2,596,649 19 

16,760 21 

14,728 63 

587,727 90 

62,184,627 66 

7,499 70 

152,093 95 



108,357,156 74 

18,190,576 44 

1,757,989 75 
2,487,657 42 



130,793,380 35 
96,898,423 23 



227,691,803 58 



227,691,803 58 



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 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 

REVENUE FUND 

1, 1942, to March 31, 1943 



NET DISBURSEMENTS 



Page 
No. 


Department 


Ordinary 


Capital 


Total 


A 1-35 


Agriculture 


$ c. 

5,772,950 19 

3,060,984 57 

14,171,395 72 

571,852 61 

10,751,865 00 

12,444,150 33 

52,802 18 

641,522 37 

3,500,835 85 

259,521 49 

9,774 96 

320,036 64 

3,090,606 50 

332,748 62 

113,939 23 

1,373,560 08 

1,277,363 05 

7,986,139 28 

761,617 77 

5,900 00 

35,422 96 


$ c. 
1,200 00 


$ c. 
5,774,150 19 


B 1-26 


Attorney-General . . 


3,060,984 57 


C 1-41 


Education 


65,638 43 
2,879 88 


14,237,034 15 


D 1-10 


Game and Fisheries 


574,732 49 


E 1-52 


Health 


10,751,865 00 


F 1-34 


Highways 


7,336,234 93 


19,780,38^ 26 

52,802 18 

641,522 37 


G 1-3 


Insurance 


H 1-11 


Labour 




I 1-19 


Lands and Forests 


149 54 


3,500,985 39 


J 1-4 


Legislation 


259,521 49 


K 1-2 


Lieutenant-Governor 




9,774 96 


L 1-7 


Mines 




320,036 64 
3,090,606 50 


Ml-7 


Municipal Affairs 




N 1-7 


Prime Minister 




332,748 62 


1-3 


Provincial Auditor 




113,939 23 


P 1-17 


Provincial Secretary 




1,373,560 08 


Q 1-17 


Provincial Treasurer 


215,000 00 


1,492,363 05 


R 1-17 


Public Welfare 


7,986,139 28 


S 1-16 


Public Works 


316,749 03 


1,078,366 80 
5,900 00 

35,422 96 


T 1-9 


Miscellaneous 


T10-11 


Stationery Account (Excess of pur- 
chases over distribution) 


• 




Public Debt — Interest, Exchange, etc. 

Unemployment Direct Relief and Ad- 
ministration thereof 






Q 5-9 


66,534,989 40 
24,126,087 02 


7,937,851 81 


74,472,841 21 
24,126,087 02 








R13-16 


90,661,076 42 
1,603,168 64 


7,937,851 81 


98,598,928 23 
1,603,168 64 




Loan Advances — All Departments. . . 






U 1 


92,264,245 06 


7,937,851 81 
74,306 33 

1,708,233 50 
435,442 86 


100,202,096 87 
74,306 33 


U 1-2 


Special Funds — Repayments — 

All Departments 




1,708,233 50 


U 2 


Deferred Assets, etc 




435,442 86 




Public Debt — Retirement of Loans, etc. 

Total Net Disbursements 

Add — 

Sinking Funds — Increase in 
Uninvested Funds 






92,264,245 06 


10,155,834 50 


102,420,079 56 


U 1 




109,519,100 00 


109,519,100 00 










92,264,245 Q6 


119,674,934 50 


211,939,179 56 






1,267,805 66 
6,469,454 47 
8,015,363 89 






Bank Overdraft— March 31, 1942.. . 






47 


Cash in Banks— March 31, 1943.. . . 




15,752,624 02 














227,691,803 58 







ORDINARY ACCOUNT 

1, 1942, to March 31, 1943 

$108,214,063 15 

providing for Unemployment 
90,661,076 42 

Direct Relief) $ 17,552,986 73 

Administration thereof 1,603,168 64 

$ 15,949,818 09 



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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 


19 


8 


20 


9 


21 


10 


22 


11 


23 


12 


24 


13 


24 


14 


25 


15 


25 


16 


26 


17 


27 


18 


27 


19 


28 


20 


29 


21 



Department 


Gross 
Revenue 


Deduct Reim- 
bursements 

of 
Expenditure 


Net 
Revenue 


Agriculture 


$ c. 

367,948 06 

1,048,433 84 

52,674 59 

962,350 89 

1,667,083 97 

32,458,998 83 

209,157 77 

111,820 39 

6,001,987 16 

11,096 21 

2,560,229 99 

16,760 21 

14,728 63 

1,150,849 11 

62,485,410 08 

7,499 70 

154,680 45 


$ c. 


$ c. 
367,948 06 


Attorney-General 


175,603 94 


872,829 90 


Education 


52,674 59 


Game and Fisheries 




962,350 89 


Health 


15,087 87 


1,651,996 10 


Highways 


32,458,998 83 


Insurance 




209,157 77 


Labour 


6,370 33 


105,450 06 


Lands and Forests 


6,001,987 16 


Legislation 




11,096 21 


Mines 


3,680 96 


2,556,549 03 


Municipal Affairs 


16,760 21 


Prime Minister 




14,728 63 


Provincial Secretary 


563,121 21 
300,782 42 


587,727 90 


Provincial Treasurer 


62,184,627 66 


Public Welfare 


7,499 70 


Public Works 


3,000 00 


151,680 45 






Interest, Commission, Ex- 
change and Discount 


109,281,709 88 
8,794,334 34 


1,067,646 73 
8,794,334 34 


108,214,063 15 






118,076,044 22 


9,861,981 07 


108,214,063 15 



1942-43 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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No. 2 

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 

1, 1942, to March 31, 1943 

ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 



Page 
No. 



Department 



Gross 
Expenditure 



Deduct Reim- 
bursements 

of 
Expenditure 



Net 
Expenditure 



A 1-35 

B 1-26 

C 1-41 

D 1-10 

E 1-52 

F 1-34 

G 1-3 



H 1-11 



1-19 
1-4 



K 1-2 
L 1-7 
Ml-7 

N 1-7 



O 1-3 

P 1-17 

Q 1-17 

R 1-17 

S 1-16 

T 1-9 
T10-11 



Q 5-9 
R13-16 



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 

Stationery Account (Excess of Pur- 
chases over distribution) 



Public Debt — Interest, Exchange, etc 



Unemployment Direct Relief and Ad- 
ministration thereof 



$ c 

5,772,950 19 

3,236,588 51 

14,171,395 72 

571,852 61 

10,766,952 87 

12,444,150 33 

52,802 18 

647,892 70 

3,500,835 85 

259,521 49 

9,774 96 

323,717 60 

3,090,606 50 

332,748 62 

113,939 23 

1,936,681 29 

1,578,145 47 

7,986,139 28 

764,617 77 

5,900 00 

35,422 96 



$ c. 

175. 603 94' 



15,087 87 



6,370 33 



3,680 96 



563,121 21 
300,782 42 



3.000 00 



$ c. 

5,772,950 19 

3,060,984 57 

14,171,395 72 

571,852 61 

10,751,865 00 

12,444,150 33 

52,802 18 

641,522 37 

3,500,835 85 

259,521 49 

9,774 96 

320,036 64 

3,090,606 50 

332,748 62 

113,939 23 

1,373,560 08 

1,277,363 05 

7,986,139 28 

761,617 77 

5.900 00 



35,422 96 



67,602,636 13 
32,920,421 36 



1,067,646 73 
8,794,334 34 



66,534,989 40 
24,126,087 02 



100,523,057 49 
1,603,168 64 



9,861,981 07 



90,661,076 42 
1,603,168 64 



102,126,226 13 9,861,981 07 92,264,245 06 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



CAPITAL RECEIPTS 



Statement 

CAPITAL RECEIPTS 

For the Fiscal Year, April 



Page 


State- 


No. 


ment 


20 


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 



$ c. 

33,304 65 

69,275 28 

40,100 16 

413 50 



Loan Repayments — 

All Departments 

Special Funds — Deposits — 

All Departments 

Deferred Assets, etc 



143,093 59 



28,161,369 25 

1,757,989 75 
2,487,657 42 



$ c. 

33,304 65 

69,275 28 

40,100 16 

413 50 



9,970,792 81 



143,093 59 



18,190,576 44 

1,757,989 75 
2,487,657 42 



32,550,110 01 



9,970,792 81 | 22,579,317 20 



1942-43 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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No. 3 

AND DISBURSEMENTS 

1, 1942 to March 31, 1943 



CAPITAL DISBURSEMENTS 



Page 
No. 


Department 


Gross 
Disbursements 


Deduct 
Reimburse- 
ments of 
Disbursements 


Net 
Disbursements 


A 1-35 


Agriculture 


$ c. 

1,200 00 

65,638 43 

2,879 88 

7,336,234 93 

149 54 

215,000 00 

316,749 03 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,200 00 


C 1-41 


Kducation 




65,638 43 


D 1-10 


Game and Fisheries 




2,879 88. 


F 1-34 


Highways 




7,336,234 93 


I 1-19 


Lands and Forests 




149 54 


Q 1-17 


Provincial Treasurer 




215,000 00 


S 1-16 


Public Works 




316,749 03 




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








7,937,851 81 

10,045,099 14 

1,708,233 50 
435,442 86 




7,937,851 81 


U 1 
Ul-2 


9,970,792 81 


74,306 33 

1,708,233 50 
435,442 86 


U 2 


Deferred Assets, etc 












20,126,627 31 


9,970,792 81 


10,155,834 50 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement No. 4 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Refunds— Sales Tax $ 12 60 

Licenses — Auctioneers 200 03 

Miscellaneous 115 55 

$ 

Branches — 

Statistics and Publications — 

Sales — Reports 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies — ■ 

Services of Judges 

Live Stock — 
Fees — 

Enrolment $ 3,209 03 

Tattoo Allotment 304 50 

$ 3,513 53 

Sale of Stock 1,342 24 

Miscellaneous 222 03 

Co-operation and Markets — 

Licenses — Cheese Buyers $ 106 00 

Cheese Producers 5 03 

$ 111 03 

Fees— Credit Union 422 07 

Dairy — 

Fees— Cow Testing $ 24 70 

Licenses— Dairy Plant: 807 85 

Milk Control Board — 
Licenses — 

Milk Distributors $ 1,151 15 

Milk Transporters 153 15 

Manufacturers 41 00 

Horticultural Experiment Station, Vineland — 

Sales— Fruit $ 4,351 05 

Rent, etc 5,564 82 

Miscellaneous %20 00 

Pre-Cooling Station, Brighton — 

Storage Charges 

Crops, Seeds and Weeds — 

Fees— Registration $ 5,171 03 

Miscellaneous 77 63 

Agricultural Representatives — 

Miscellaneous 



328 18 



180 22 



864 60 



5,077 80 



533 10 
832 55 

1,345 30 

9 ,935 87 
3,928 95 



5,248 66 
238 46 



1942-4 3 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Statement No. 4 — Continued 

Ordinary — 

Colleges and Farms — 

Kemptville Agricultural School — 

Produce $ 8,461 53 

Stock and Equipment 8,406 42 

$ 16,867 95 

Rent, Board, etc 1,945 48 

Miscellaneous 505 02 

$ 

Ontario Veterinary College — 

Fees— Tuition $ 11,665 50 

Animal Hospitalization 344 00 

Blood Tests 3,361 85 

Rent, etc 120 00 

Miscellaneous 331 90 

Western Ontario Experimental Farm — 

Produce $ 25,783 94 

Stock and Equipment 8,200 64 

$ 33,984 58 

Rent, Board, etc 888 00 

Demonstration Farm — New Liskeard — 

Produce $ 2,809 04 

Stock and Equipment 3,61 1 82 

$ 6,420 86 

Rent, Board, etc 156 00 

Demonstration Farm, Hearst — 

Produce $ 2,665 19 

Stock and Equipment 1,665 50 

$ 4,330 69 

Rent, Board, etc. 240 00 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph — 
Sales — 

Produce $ 23,065 02 

Stock and Equipment 14,147 56 

37 212 58 

Fees— Tuition, etc 32,'707 39 

Rent, Board, etc 6,579 08 

Miscellaneous 4,137 17 

Compensation from Dominion Government re 

Leasing of Provincial Buildings for War purposes 168,933 53 

Northern Ontario — 
Seed Grain — 

On account of Advances since March 31, 1936: 

Principal 

Net Ordinary Revenue. . $ 



15 



19,318 45 



15,823 25 



34,872 58 



6,576 86 



4,570 69 



249,569 75 



8,702 79 
367.948 06 



16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 5 
DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY- GENERAL 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 
Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Miscellaneous $ 35 80 

Auditor of Criminal Justice Accounts — 

Perquisites— Rent, etc 3,842 90 

Public Trustee — 

Escheated Estates $ 106,412 34 

Surplus Fees 93,631 33 

200,043 67 

Fire Marshal — 

Taxes— Fire Marshal Act $ 71,560 68 

Licenses — Lightning Rod Act 1,349 76 

Sales — Copies of Evidence 437 70 

Fees — Crown Witnesses 20 80 

73,368 94 

Inspector of Legal Offices — 

Police Magistrates — 

Fees $ 24,905 66 

Fines 166,068 68 

Local Masters of Titles and Registrars of Deeds — 

Fees 41,211 79 

Local and Surrogate Registrars and County and District 
Court Clerks — 

Fees 171,332 92 

Crown Attorneys — 

Fees 34,364 29 

Fines and Estreated Bail 2,330 05 

Sheriffs — 

Fees 37,004 17 

Division Court Clerks and Bailiffs — 

Fees 42,589 18 

Miscellaneous 5,659 28 

525,466 02 

Law Enforcement— (Ontario Provincial Police) — 

Licenses — Detective Agencies $ 3,300 00 

Sales — Re Forfeitures 17 00 

Miscellaneous 460 00 

3,777 00 

Ontario Securities Commission — 

Fees — 

Brokers and Salesmen $ 45,839 50 

Collection Agencies 2,458 00 

Real Estate 17,133 15 

Miscellaneous 864 92 

66,295 57 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 

Public Trustee — 

Refund — Advances for Operating Expenses $ 118,944 72 

Official Guardian — 

Refund — Advances for Operating Expenses 35,727 03 

Supreme Court 

Refund — Advances for Operating Expenses 20,932 19 

175,603 94 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 1,048,433 84 

Deduct — Reimbursements of Expenditures 175,603 94 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 872,829 90 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 17 

Statement No. 6 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Miscellaneous, School Acts, Manuals, etc $ 3,131 71 

Branches — 

Public and Separate School Education — 
Departmental Examinations — 

Fees $ 703 50 

Appeals 1,538 00 

Certificates 1,535 25 

3,776 75 
Spring and Summer Schools — 

Fees 375 00 



Inspection of Schools — 

Indian Schools— Fees 1,785 00 



Institutions — 

School for Deaf — Belleville — 

Perquisites $ 1,616 00 

Fees 5,212 50 

Sale of Produce 6,975 96 

Miscellaneous 53 08 

School for Blind — Brantford — 

Perquisites $ 5,451 83 

Fees 13,544 46 

Sale of Produce 1,331 51 



5,936 75 



Secondary Schools — 

Inspection of Private Schools — Fees 2,965 00 

Training Schools — 

Fees— Students Health Inspection 3,902 79 

Vocational Education — 
Fees — Registration — 

Trade Schools $ 2,510 00 

Agents 43 00 



2,553 00 



13,857 54 



20,327 80 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 52,674 59 



18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Statement No. 7 

DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 

(Under Provincial Secretary) 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Garner- 
Licenses — 

Trapping $ 39,602 45 

Non-Resident— Hunting 93,245 00 

Deer 118,083 55 

Moose 4,372 50 

Gun 102,244 96 

Dog 6,450 55 

Fur Dealers 26,288 00 

Fur Farmers 6,250 00 

Tanners 130 00 

Cold Storage 209 00 



$ 396,876 01 

Royalty 122,032 15 

Fisheries — 
Licenses — 

Fishing (Commercial) $ 74,355 00 

Angling 306,263 85 



■$ 518,908 16 



$ 380,618 85 
Royalty 10,152 32 







390,771 17 


General — 






Licenses — 

Tourist Camps $ 

Guides 


6,565 00 
6,840 00 




$ 
Fines 


13,405 00 

17,718 20 

546 00 

14,779 25 

3,149 00 

1,758 55 

1,315 56 




Costs Collected (Enforcement of Game Act) 

Sales — Confiscated articles 




Rent 




Commission retained by Province on sale of Licenses 
Miscellaneous 


52,671 56 






Net Ordinary Revenue 


$ 


962,350 89 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Statement No. 8 
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Cancer Control — 

Sale of Radon Seeds $ 189 31 

Miscellaneous 463 95 

i 

Branches — 

Tuberculosis Prevention — 

X-Ray and other Services 

Epidemiology — 

Sale of Products — 

Biological Syringes $ 559 40 

Insulin 11,902 76 

Sanitary Engineering — 
Sale of Products — 

Chlorine 

Laboratory — 

Sale of Stock and Equipment $ 3,984 21 

Fees — 

Analytical 8,849 50 

Pathological 12,832 42 

Registrar of Nurses — 

Fees — 

Registration $ 8,510 00 

Re-registration 20,173 00 

Examination 7,285 00 

Sales — 

Curriculum and Records 1 1 1 66 

Miscellaneous 66 91 

Industrial Hygiene — 

X-Ray Films and Services 

Hospitals — 

Patients' Maintenance $ 1,228,547 44 

Licenses — Private Hospitals 150 00 

Perquisites 173,052 63 

Removal of Patients 1,108 32 

Transport Service 6,672 13 

Miscellaneous 1,213 33 

Sale of Produce and Stock 142,253 16 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Main Office- 
Grants — 

City of Ottawa— Branch Laboratory $ 3,000 00 

City of Sault Ste. Marie— Branch Laboratory. 1,500 00 

4,500 00 
Institutions — 

Orillia Industries — 

Revenue from Industrial Operations 10,587 87 

Gross Ordinary Revenue 

Deduct — 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Net Ordinary Revenue 



19 



653 26 
15,158 82 

12,462 16 
183 25 



25,666 13 



36,146 57 
8,728 90 



1.552.997 01 



15,087 87 



1,667,083 97 

15,087 87 

$ 1,651,996 10 



20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 9 
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Miscellaneous $ 5,300 38 

Interest — 

Sale of Property (Secured by Mortgage) — 

Lands and Buildings 1,374 53 

Permits — 

Garages $ 53,31 1 46 



Signs 15,770 73 

Gasoline Pumps 41,486 38 

Gasoline Handling 5,050 00 



Rentals — 

Gas Line — Franchises $ 2,346 34 

Property 11,287 23 



115,618 57 



13,633 57 



Taxes — 

Gasoline (Collections 1943). $20,996,052 55 

Supplement — Dominion-Pro- 
vincial Agreement 4,000,000 00 

24,996,052 55 

$ 25,131,979 60 

Motor Vehicles Branch — 
Licenses — 

• Passenger $ 2,954,949 70 

Commercial 2,755,628 90 

Convertibles 4,577 90 

Trailers 271,858 45 

Motor Cycles 2,959 15 

Dealers — 

Automobiles $ 9,519 00 



Motor Cycles 6 00 



9,525 00 



Chauffeurs 222,198 50 

Operators 460,394 30 

Public Vehicles 206,036 18 

Public Commercial Vehicles 228,644 73 

Miscellaneous 290 27 



Fees — 

In Transit $ 510 65 

Duplicate Cards and Badges 10,402 00 

Transfers 94,516 50 

Certificates and Searches 1,550 73 

Lists..... 41 04 

Examinations ' 9,625 00 

Testing Headlights 30 00 



$7,117,063 08 



Fines — 

Breach of Highway Traffic Act 93,280 23 



116,675 92 

7,327,019 23 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 32,458,998 83 

Capital — 

Main Office — 
Sales — 

Lands and Buildings .$ 33,304 65 

$ 32,492,303 48 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 32,458,998 83 

Net Capital Receipts— (To Statement No. 22) 33,304 65 

$ 32,492,303 48 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 21 



Statement No. 10 

DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

(Under the Attorney-General) 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Ordinary — 

Ontario Insurance Act— 
Licenses — 

Joint Stock Companies $ 65,360 00 

Mutual and Cash Mutuals 15,337 50 

Fraternal and Mutual Benefit Societies 6,585 00 

Other Insurers 3,500 00 

Underwriters' Agency 1,350 00 

Agents, Brokers and Adjusters 102,437 00 



$ 194,569 50 
Fees — 

Miscellaneous 2,965 13 



-$ 197,534 63 
Dominion Subvention re Tax on Premiums — Reciprocals. . . 1,120 24 

Loan and Trust Corporations Act — 
Licenses — 

Loan Corporations $ 2,785 00 

Loaning Land Companies 235 00 

Trust Companies 7,075 00 



$ 10,095 00 

Fees — 

Miscellaneous 357 90 



10,452 90 



Money Lenders Act — 

Licenses 50 00 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 209,157 77 



21 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 11 
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Miscellaneous $ 62 38 

Refunds — Administration Expenses due from Dominion Government — 

re Employment Offices 13,613 64 



$ 13,676 02 

Branches — 

Apprenticeship Board — 

Fees— Motor Vehicle Repair Trade $ 6,280 00 

Barbering and Hairdressing 7,612 85 

Miscellaneous 16 70 

13,909 55 

Boiler Inspection — 

Sale of Stationery — Regulations $ 8 25 

Seals 537 00 

$ 545 25 

Fees — Inspection, etc 27,968 34 

Miscellaneous 2,237 75 

30,751 34 

Factory Inspection — 

Miscellaneous 5 00 

Operating Engineers' Board — 

Fees— Examinations $ 27,780 29 

Sale of Stationery — Text Books 3,573 50 

Miscellaneous 13 54 

31,367 33 

Minimum Wage Board — 

Forfeitures — Industrial Standards Act 243 42 

Composite Inspection Division — 

Fees — Inspection of Uninsured Boilers $ 15,495 65 

Miscellaneous 1 75 

15,497 40 

$ 105,450 06 
Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Main Office — 

Sale of Stock and Equipment — 

Stationery, etc 6,370 33 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 1 1 1,820 39 

Deduct — 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 6,370 33 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 105,450 06 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 23 

Statement No. 12 
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Ordinary — 

Accounts Branch — 

Rentals — Water Power Leases $ 648,484 87 

Tax— Provincial Land Tax 146,013 91 

Fees— Casual 2,967 87 

Refunds — Long Lac Water Diversion Construction — 

Refund of Cost (Annuity Payments, 1942 and 1943) 44,850 00 

Back to Land Movement — Sale of Buildings, etc 962 06 



Land and Recreational Areas Branch — 

Rentals — Crown Land Leases and Licenses of Occu- 
pation $ 61,910 54 

Parks and Beaches — 

Rentals 18,975 18 

Miscellaneous 23,731 10 



Rentals Miscellaneous 

$ c. $ c. 

Bruce 992 82 

Temagami 3,078 65 

Algonquin 4,931 03 13,577 84 

Quetico 5,983 60 

Rondeau 9,236 07 4,166 66 

Ipperwash 736 61 3 00 



18,975 18 23,731 10 



843,278 71 



104,616 82 



Surveys Branch — 

Fees — Aerial Surveys, net 3,438 31 

Miscellaneous 224 04 

3,662 35 

Air Service Branch — 

Flying Fees, etc 6,945 96 

Reforestation and Conservation Branch — 

Sale of Material, Perquisites, etc 8,453 36 

Lignite Development — 

Perquisites 923 75 

Forest Protection and Timber Management Branches — 

Forest Ranging — Perquisites $ 28,669 50 

Radio Service — Fees, etc 23,155 68 

Timber Dues, Bonus, etc. 4,982,281 03 

5,034,106 21 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 6,001,987 16 

Capital — 

Land and Recreational Areas Branch — 

Land Sales $ 69,162 08 

Accounts Branch — 

Flowage Easement Claims — 

Refunds — Dominion Government 113 20 



Net Capital Receipts 69,275 28 



$ 6,071,262 44 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 6,001,987 16 

Net Capital Receipts (to Statement No. 22) 69,275 28 

$ 6,071,262 44 



24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 13 
DEPARTMENT OF LEGISLATION 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 
Ordinary — 

Office of Legislative Accountant — 
Sales — 

Legislative Papers — 

Statutes $ 4,118 85 

Publications 1,147 86 

Bills ■ . 1,688 30 

$ 6,955 01 

Fees— Private Bills 4,1 41 20 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 11,096 21 

Statement No. 14 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Sand and Gravel — 

Rovalties $ 59,802 23 

Licenses 1,175 00 

Fees — Casual ' 878 73 

Sale of Record Books— Metal Sales Act 206 15 

Sale of Blue Prints 424 16 

Leases— Gas 14,595 00 



-$ 77,081 27 



Branches — 

Inspection- 
Fees— Cable Testing 10,448 79 

Assessment — 

Acreage $ 43,726 74 

Profits 2,262,769 98 

Gas 54,235 86 

2,360,732 58 



Chemical and Assay— Fees 686 18 

Mining Recorders- 
Rentals— Mining Leases $ 10,854 43 

Licenses of Occupation 6,861 31 

Licenses— Miners 24,237 64 

Fees— Recording 31,999 40 

Miscellaneous 1,503 60 

Sales— Maps 903 15 



76,359 53 

Natural Gas Commissioner — Licenses 1,042 31 

Sulphur Fumes Arbitrator — Refunds re Operating Expenses (1942) .... 5 10 

Temiskaming Testing Laboratories — 

Fees $ 21,719 20 

Sale of Gold Ore 8,258 96 



29,978 16 

Miscellaneous 21511 

$ 2,556,549 03 
Reimbursements of Expenditures— 
Branches- 
Sulphur Fumes Arbitrator — Refunds re Operating Expenses 3,680 96 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 2,560,229 99 

Deduct — 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 3,680 96 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 2,556,549 03 

Capital — 

Mining Recorders — Mining Land Sales 40,100 16 

$ 2,596,649 19 



Net Ordinary Revenue % 2,556,549 03 

Net Capital Receipts (to Statement No. 22) . 40,100 16 

$ 2,596,649 19 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 25 

Statement No. 15 

DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 

(Under the Minister of Highways) 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Reports. $ 1,031 75 

Accounting Manuals 101 40 

Fees — Supervision 1,540 00 

Licenses, etc. — Municipal Auditors 1,250 00 

Miscellaneous 27 80 



Branches — 

Municipal Board — 
Fees — 

Applications for approval to permit operation of 

Motor Vehicles for Commercial purposes . . . .$ 2,031 74 

Applications for approval of Municipal By-laws, 

etc 10,777 52 



$ 3,950 95 



12,809 26 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 16,760 21 



Statement No. 16 
DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Ordinary — 

Office of Executive Council — 

Miscellaneous $ 5 15 

Office of King's Printer — 

Ontario Gazette 14,723 48 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 14,728 63 



26 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 17 
DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY 



Revenue for Fiscal Year, 1943 

Ordinary- 
Main Office— 
Fees — 

Companies' Returns $ 

Marriage Licenses 

Letters Patent 

Supplementary Letters Patent, etc 

Commissions 

Extra-Provincial and Mortmain 

Miscellaneous — Prospectus, By-laws, etc 

Branches— 

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

and Deaths $ 

Dominion Subvention re Statistical Work .... 

Reformatories and Prisons — 

(including Industrial Farms and Training Schools) 
Sale of Produce, etc.— 

Reformatories $ 

Industrial Farm 

Training Schools 

$ 
Maintenance Recovery — 

Training Schools 

Refunds from Municipalities — 

Assessment re Expenses of Bailiffs 

Perquisites 

Sale of Books, Stationery, etc 

Miscellaneous 



27,183 38 

144,465 41 

77,709 50 

13,310 50 

595 00 

11,433 25 

8,621 60 



96,418 94 
6,558 92 



52,771 33 

46,046 04 

538 38 

99,355 75 

50,490 50 

8,852 97 

42,385 89 

72 25 

274 04 



283,318 64 



102,977 86 



201,431 40 



Reimbursements of Expenditures- 
Branches— 

Reformatories and Prisons — 

Revenue from Industrial Operations — 

Reformatories $ 509,380 49 

Industrial Farm 38,872 23 

$ 548,252 72 
Refunds from Municipalities — 

Transportation of Prisoners 14,868 49 

563,121 21 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 1,150,849 11 

Deduct — 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 563,121 21 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 587,727 90 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 27 

Statement No. 18 
DEPARTMENT OF THE PROVINCIAL TREASURER 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 
Subsidies — 

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

Annual Grant per Capita, B.N.A. Act, 1907 2,791,206 80 

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

$ 3,173,621 28 

Interest— Common School Fund 71,154 12 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission re Northern Ontario Properties 400,000 00 

Miscellaneous 466 13 



$ 3,645,241 53 
Liquor Control Board — 

Profits, Fines, Licenses, etc $ 16,225,000 00 

Permit Fees 1,050,000 00 



17,275,000 00 

Branches— $ 20,920,241 53 

Controller of Revenue — 
Taxes — 

Corporations (Statement 27). .$ 640,465 85 

Succession Duty 11,636,058 41 

Income 651,051 16 

Security Transfer 243,718 50 

Race Track Betting 804,582 62 

$ 12,694,944 84 

Fees — 



Land Transfer $ 373,244 23 

Law Stamps 407,634 35 



Dominion Subventions — 

Re: Corporations Tax $ 19,192,089 81 

Income Tax 8,400,536 45 



780,878 58 



27,592,626 26 



Miscellaneous 57 69 



Motion Picture Censorship and Theatre Inspection — 
Fees — 

Censorship $ 102,969 00 

Licenses — 

Theatres, etc 92,328 03 

Miscellaneous 581 73 



41,068,507 37 



195.878 76 



Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Savings Office — 

Refund — Advances for Operating Expenses 300,782 42 



Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 62,485,410 08 

Deduct — 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 300,782 42 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 62,184,627 66 



Statement No 19 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Miscellaneous .- $ 1,044 70 

National Advisory Committee re British Child Guests.. 6,097 03 

Branches — $ 7,141 73 

Children's Aid — 

Miscellaneous 357 97 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 7,499 70 



28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 20 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Commissions — 

Telephones $ 136 10 

Telegrams 2,520 00 

$ 2,656 10 

Sales — 

Materials $ 1,994 41 

Produce and Stock 36,712 32 

38,706 73 

Rentals — 

General $ 28,678 32 

Parking Area 504 50 

29,182 82 

Perquisites 2,232 00 

Services — 

Building Equipment 192 70 

Miscellaneous 65 63 

Compensation from Dominion Government re Leasing of Provincial 

Buildings for war purposes 63,000 00 

Interest — Sales of Property 4125 

Fire Insurance Premiums received from Dominion Government 15,603 22 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Rentals — 

Fire Marshal 3,000 00 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 154,680 45 

Deduct — 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 3,000 00 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 151,680 45 

Capital — 

Main Office — 

Sale of Land and Buildings 413 50 

$ 152,093 95 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 151,680 45 

Net Capital Receipts— (To Statement No. 22) . . 413 50 

$ 152,093 95 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 29 

Statement No. 21 

INTEREST, COMMISSION, EXCHANGE AND DISCOUNT 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 

Interest — 

Loans Receivable and Capital Advances — 

Agricultural Development Board Debentures $ 1,195,771 74 

Co-Operative Marketing Loans 7,675 19 

Drainage Debentures — Municipal 904 90 

Tile 49,357 93 

Farm Loan Associations 3,942 48 

Housing Loans 556 84 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 6,623,045 18 

Mortgage Ill 86 

Municipal Debentures 4,005 09 

re Housing Loans 19,553 38 

" " re Unemployment Relief. . . 473 52 

Rural Power Districts — Domestic Loans 1,528 10 

Settlers' Loans 24,642 72 

" —Miscellaneous 640 42 

" —Seed Grain 2,736 05 

Miscellaneous Earnings — 

Accrued on Securities Sold 30,405 82 

Dominion Government re Lac Seul Storage Dam. . 13,833 18 

Funds on Deposit with Banks 79,385 04 

Miscellaneous 20 



$ 8,058,569 64 



Exchange — 

Refund from Hydro-Electric Power Commission (See 

Page 42) $ 716,342 87 

Charged to sundry Departments 316 11 

Profit on sale of U.S. silver currency 46 15 

Miscellaneous 13 63 

Discount received on Sterling Funds 7,429 66 

724,148 42 

Commission — 

Refund from Hydro-Electric Power Commission 11,551 28 

Discount — 

On Debentures Purchased 65 00 



Deducted from Public Debt Expenditure (See Page Q 17) $ 8,794,334 34 



30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 22 

CAPITAL RECEIPTS 

Fiscal Year 1943 

Receipts Applied in Reduction of Fixed Asset Accounts 

Highways Department — 
Main Office — 

Sales — 

Lands and Buildings $ 33,304 65 

Lands and Forests Department — 

Lands and Recreation Areas — 

Land Sales $ 69,162 08 

Flowage Easement Claims 113 20 



Mines Department- 



69,275 28 



Mining Recorders — 

Mining Land— Sales 40,100 16 

Public Works Department — 

Main Office — 

Sale of Land and Buildings 413 50 



$ 143,093 59 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 31 

Statement No. 23 

LOAN REPAYMENTS 

Receipts for Fiscal Year 1943 

Agriculture Department — 
Northern Ontario Branch — 

R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 34— Sec. 11 (F) 

Seed Grain $ 2,561 03 

Municipal Affairs Department — 

Repayments — Housing Loans 17,939 13 

Public Welfare Department — 
Old Age Pensions — 

Repayments from Dominion and other 
Provinces — 

On account of prior years $ 20,051 32 

" Fiscal Year 1943 9,702,876 78 

$ 9,722,928 10 



Blind Pensions — 

Repayments from Dominion and other 
Provinces — 

On account of prior years $ 483 97 

" Fiscal Year 1943 267,916 03 



268.400 00 



Treasury Department — 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission — 

Repayment of Commission's Share of Debenture Loans 
matured during the Fiscal Year 1943, originally issued 

for Hydro and other Provincial purposes $ 14,220,248 84 

Rural Power Districts — Domestic Loans — Repayments. 29,702 75 



9,991,328 10 



$ 14,249,951 59 
Repayments — 

Agricultural Development Board — Debentures 3,137,000 00 

Co-Operative Marketing Loans 26,497 00 

Drainage Debentures — Municipal 11,236 18 

Tile 173,534 76 

Farm Loan Associations — Loans 11,245 03 

Mortgages .• 585 62 

Municipal Debentures — Sundries 7,395 46 

City of Windsor — 

re Housing Loans — Walkerville . .$ 70,167 64 
—Windsor 383,000 00 



$453,167 64 
Guaranteed Housing Loans 
—Windsor 4,336 56 



457,504 20 

Settlers* Loans 48,359 92 

" re Feed Shortage, Purchase of Cattle, etc. 1,539 61 

Miscellaneous Investments — Matured 2,500 00 

Soldiers' Aid Commission 22,191 62 



18,149,540 99 



Gross Loan Repayments Receipts $ 28,161,369 25 

Deduct — Reimbursements of Disbursements — 
Public Welfare Department — 

Old Age Pensions — Dominion and Other Provinces — 

Repayments re Fiscal Year 1943 $ 9,702,876 78 

Blind Pensions — Dominion and Other Provinces — 

Repayments re Fiscal Year 1943 267,916 03 

9,970,792 81 



Net Loan Repayments Receipts $ 18,190,576 44 



32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 24 

SPECIAL FUNDS DEPOSITS 

Receipts for Fiscal Year 1943 

Education Department — 

Dominion Government — Advance re War Emergency Vocational Courses.. .$ 50,000 00 

Labour Department — 

Dominion Government — Advance re War Emergency Vocational Courses. . . 200,000 00 

Prime Minister's Department — 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Fund 1,320,733 98 

Provincial Secretary's Department — 

Unclaimed Dividends 254 90 

Treasury Department — 
Deposit — 

Collection Agencies — Unclaimed Monies $ 151 96 

Municipal Sinking Funds 91,258 95 

Orangeville Co-operative Marketing 417 

Niagara Parks Commission — Sinking Fund 21,619 47 

Registry Offices— Surplus Fees (R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 174) . 59,729 20 

Victory Loan — Payroll deductions in transit 1,447 75 

Unclaimed Dividends 4,562 46 

War Savings Certificates 7,417 41 

Unclaimed Subscriptions — Second Victory Loan 156 00 

S.S. No. 1 Sturgeon Lake — Funds unexpended (suspense) 653 50 

187,000 87 

$ 1,757,989 75 



Statement No. 25 
DEFERRED ASSETS AND SURPLUS RECEIPTS 

Fiscal Year 1943 

Treasury Department — 
Deferred Assets — 

Discount on Bonds, etc $ 1,056,850 47 

Guaranteed Debentures — 

Housing 36,852 31 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway 187,111 34 

Schools 944 63 

$ 1,281,758 75 

Surplus Adjustments — 

Provision for Sinking Fund Instalments $ 1,181,000 00 

Earnings — Sinking Fund Investments (net) 15,805 66 



1,196,805 66 



Reserves — 

Bequests and Scholarships $ 7,672 47 

Outstanding Cheques 1,420 54 



9,093 01 
$ 2,487,657 42 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 33 

STATEMENT No. 26 

PUBLIC DEBT 

Stock and Proceeds of Loans for Fiscal Year 1943 

Debentures: 

"CF" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22 — 5% Exchequer Bonds, 

due September 1, 1947, payable in Canada — 

Par Value $ 700,000 00 

"RT" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22—2% Debentures, 

due December 15, 1945, payable Canada- 
Par Value $10,000,000 00 

Less Discount 100,000 00 

$ 9,900,000 00 

R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22—3% Debentures, 
due June 15, 1953, payable Canada — 

Par Value $10,000,000 00 

Less Discount 225,000 00 

9,775,000 00 

"RU" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— 2V 2 % Debentures, 19,675,000 00 

due July 1, 1945, payable New York — 

Par Value $15,000,000 00 

Less Discount 213,000 00 

14,787,000 00 

"TFB,' R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— 3^% Debentures, 

due January 1, 1952, payable Canada — 

Par Value 1.100,000 00 

"TFD" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22—3 l A% Debentures, 
due Apri 1 15, 1972, payable Canada — 

Par Value 6,850,000 00 

"TI" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 366, *Sec. 3 (4)— 4%% Stock, 
due November 1, 1982, payable Canada — 

Par Value 2,000,000 00 

Treasury Bills: $45,112,000 00 

Series 
"RT-U" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— (Renewal), 1M%, 1 year, 

due November 1, 1943 $10,000,000 00 

"RT-X" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— (Renewal), 1%%. 1 year, 
due June 27, 1943— 

Par Value $ 2,000,000 00 

Less Discount 34,398 03 

1,965,601 97 

"RT-Y" R.S.O. 1937. Cap. 22— (Renewal), \%%, 1 year, 
due September 3, 1943 — 

Par Value $ 1,000,000 00 

Less Discount 17,199 02 

982,800 98 

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

due September 2, 1943 $ 2,000,000 00 

due September 13, 1943 5,000,000 00 

7,000,000 00 

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

due September 13, 1943 2,000,000 00 

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

due September 1, 1943 $ 5,000,000 00 

due September 13, 1943 5,000,000 00 

10,000,000 00 

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

due September 1, 1943 $ 2,000,000 00 

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

due September 13, 1943 7,000,000 00 

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

due September 2, 1943 500,000 00 

"RT-AH" R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 22— (Renewal), 1M%, 1 year, 
due September 3, 1943 — 

Par Value $ 1,000,000 00 

Less Discount 17,199 02 

982,800 98 

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

due December 5, 1943 2,000,000 00 

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

due December 4, 1943 4,000,000 00 

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

due December 5, 1943 1,000.000 00 

$49,431,203 93 

Province of Ontario Savings Office: 

Deposits with the Province of Ontario 2,284,219 30 

Sinking Funds — 

Proceeds from Matured Investments $ 76,000 00 

Less — Cost of investments purchased (see page Q 17) 5,000 00 

71,000 00 

$96,898,423 23 

Note — All Treasury Bills issued are payable only at Toronto. 

2 — P.A. 



34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 27 

DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL TREASURER 

THE CORPORATIONS AND INCOME TAXES SUSPENSION ACT, 1942 

6 Geo. VI, 1942, Cap. 1 



THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT, 1939 
3 Geo. VI, 1939, Cap. 10 



THE INCOME TAX ACT 
R.S.O. 1937, Cap. 25 



Revenue for Fiscal Year 1943 

Dominion Government Subvention — 

Corporations Tax : $ *19,192,089 81 

Income Tax 18,400,536 45 

$ 27,592,626 26 

Income Taxes — 

Amount collected and retained in lieu of subvention 651,051 16 

$ 28,243,677 42 
Deduct: 

Corporations Taxes refunded to taxpayers under 6 Geo. VI, 
Cap. 1, section 10, less arrears collected and retained in 

lieu of Subvention $ 48Q,969 55> 

Amount set aside under 6 Geo. VI, Cap. 1, Section 11, and 
deducted from municipalities in respect of indigent 
patients (transferred to Department of Health, Hospitals 

Branch) 159,496 30 

640,465 85 

$ 27,603,211 57 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 35 

Statement No. 28 

KING'S PRINTER'S OFFICE 

Government Stationery and Paper Account 

For the Fiscal Year 1943 

Stock on hand, March 31, 1942— 

Stationery $ 19,957 31 

Printing and Binding 7,509 92 

Contract Paper 2,865 11 

$ 30,332 34 



Purchases during the year — 

Stationery $203,716 56 

Printing and Binding 337,449 65 

Contract Paper 6,126 76 

547,292 97 



$577,625 31 



Deduct — 

Distribution to Departments — 

Stationery $155,578 43 

Printing and Binding 272,313 34 

Contract Paper 5,888 88 

$433,780 65 

Cash Sales — 

Stationery $ 30,790 52 

Printing and Binding 46,404 82 

Contract Paper 894 02 

78,089 36 



$511,870 01 
Stock written off, 1943 381 09 

Stock on hand, March 31, 1943— 

Stationery $14,504 80 

Contract Paper 1,537 08 

$ 16,041 88 

In course of Distribution (on invoices) — 

Stationery $22,492 74 

Printing and Binding 26,241 41 

Contract Paper 679 56 

49,413 71 65,455 59 577,706 69 



Overage $ 81 38 



Purchases — as above $547,292 97 

Distribution of Stationery, Printing and Paper — as above 511,870 01 



Excess Purchases $ 35,422 96 

For details of Purchases, see pages T 10-11 



MISCELLANEOUS 
STATEMENTS 



As at March 31, 1943 
(See Index, Page 5) 



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38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

PROVINCIAL DEBT 

Statement Showing Investment Thereof as at March 31, 1943 

Funded Debt — 

Stock and Debentures Outstanding $624,128,573 30 

Railway Aid Certificates 115,616 10 



$624,244,189 40 
Deduct— Sinking Fund Investments 13,839,259 43 



Total Funded Debt $610,404,929 97 

Unfunded Debt — 

Treasury Bills $ 43,000,000 00 

Savings Office Deposits 35,740,640 34 

Special Funds, etc 6,043,737 05 

84,784,377 39 

Accounts Payable and Accrued Interest 9,675,053 74 



Gross Debt - .. . $704,864,361 10 



Investment Thereof — 

Revenue Producing and Realizable Assets — 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission Advances $121,684,188 12 

Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway — 

Advances 30,207,934 92 

Farm, Housing, Municipal and Settlers' Loans 41,147,942 78 " 

Accounts Receivable 8,062,249 54 

Cash 8,320,754 41 

$209,423,069 77 

Revenue Producing but not Realizable Assets — 

Roads and Highways $355,261,606 04 

Niagara Parks Commission (Surplus of Assets) 1,017,105 22 

Common School Fund — Trust Fund, (Ontario and Quebec) 1,424,597 20 

357,703,308 46 



Total Revenue Producing Assets $567,126,378 23 

Non-Revenue Producing Assets — 

Public Buildings, Public Works, etc $114,747,888 41 

Plant, Stores and Equipment 3,061,115 77 

Deferred Assets 2,321,810 71 

120,130,814 89 

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) . 6,954,731 32 

79,828,253 32 



Total Assets $767,085,446 44 



Surplus and Reserves — represented in above Assets $ 62,221,085 34 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 39 

GROSS PROVINCIAL DEBT 
Statement Showing Decrease 

For the Fiscal Year, April 1, 1942, to March 31, 1943 

Decrease 
1940 1941 1942 1943 1943 over 1942 

Funded Debt. . . 618,744,454 48 616,584,197 24 619,495,686 16 610,404,929 97 9,090,756 19 
Unfunded Debt. 108,946,569 85 103,315,482 45 95,195,223 18 84,784,377 39 10,410,845 79 
Income Liabilities 9,386,971 70 9,748,483 07 10,079,971 61 9,675,053 74 404,917 87 



737,077,996 03 729,648,162 76 724,770,880 95 704,864,361 10 19,906,519 85 



Decrease in Gross Debt Accounted for Thus — 

Provision Charged to Ordinary Expenditures — 

Retirement of Railway Aid Certificates $ 25,850 53 

Sinking Fund Instalments 1,181,000 00 

Surplus on Ordinary Account (as per Statement 1) 15,949,818 09 



$ 17,156,668 62 

Discount on Debentures, etc., written off 1,056,850 47 

Earnings on Sinking Fund Investments (net) 15,805 66 

Net Repayments on Loans Receivable — 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 

Ontario $ 14,220,248 84 

Agricultural Development Board 3,137,000 00 

Housing Loans 17,939 13 

Tile Drainage Loans 128,034 76 

Municipal Debentures 453,167 64 

Miscellaneous 196,716 18 



18,153,106 55 



Increase in Reserves (net) 8,298 61 

Decrease in Sundry Assets of Savings Office 9,123 26 

Decrease in Income Liabilities 404,917 87 

Adjustment re Pulpwood Supply Company 70,650 00 



Deduct: 

Capital Disbursements — 

Disbursements on Highways, Public Buildings and 

Works, etc $ 7,937,851 81 

Less: Capital Receipts 143,093 59 



-$ 36,875,421 04 



$ 7,794,758 22 

Discount on Debentures, etc., issued during year 606,796 07 

Payments re Guaranteed Debentures (net) 239,664 40 

Adjustment — Accrued Interest on Treasury Bills 6,928 09 

Increase in Cash 8.320.754 41 



16,968,901 19 



Net Decrease $ 19,906,519 85 



40 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

NET PROVINCIAL DEBT 

Statement Showing Decrease 

For the Fiscal Year, April 1, 1942, to March 31, 1943 

1940 1941 1942 1943 1943 over 1942 

% c S> c % c % c % c 

Gross Debt 737,077,996 03 729,648,162 76 724,770,880 95 704,864,361 10 19,906,519 85 

Revenue Produc- 
ing and Realiz- 
able Assets.... 229,874,850 43 223,448,148 39 217,642,774 47 209,423,069 77 8,219,704 70 



Net Deft.... 507,203,145 60 506,200,014 37 507,128,106 48 495,441,291 33 11,686,815 15 



Decrease in Net Dept Accounted for Thus — 

Provision Charged to Ordinary Expenditure — 

Retirement of Railway Aid Certificates $ 25,850 53 

Sinking Fund Instalments 1,181,000 00 

Surplus on Ordinary Account (as per Statement 1) 15,949,818 09 

$ 17,156,668 62 

Discount on Debentures, etc. — Written off 1,056,850 47 

Earnings on Sinking Fund Investments (net) 15,805 66 

Increase in Income Accounts Receivable 1,999,079 28 

Decrease in Savings Offices — Furniture and Fixtures and 

Alterations to Premises 8,996 40 

Decrease in Income Liabilities 404,917 87 

Adjustment re Special Funds 70,650 00 

Increase in Reserves 8,298 61 

Miscellaneous Decreases 4,100 64 

$ 20,725,367 55 

Deduct: 

Capital Disbursements — 

Disbursements on Highways, Public Buildings and 

Works, etc :....$ 7,937,851 81 

Less— Capital Receipts 143,093 59 

% 7,794,758 22 

Discount on Debentures, etc., issued during year 606,796 07 

Adjustment — Accrued Interest on Treasury Bills 6,928 09 

Increase in Deferred Assets 239,664 40 

Decrease in Receivables — due from Municipalities and 

Dominion Government — re Highways 198,211 22 

Decrease in Accrued Interest on Agricultural Develop- 
ment Board Debentures 192,194 40 

9,038,552 40 

Net Decrease $ 11,686,815 15 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 41 

STATEMENT SHOWING SOURCES OF ORDINARY REVENUE 

For the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1943 

Dominion Government — 

Annual Subsidy $ 3,173,621 28 

Interest — Common School Fund 71,154. 12 

Subvention — in lieu of Corporations Tax, Income Tax and 
Tax on Premiums — Reciprocals — and supplement in 

respect to Gasoline Tax 31,593,746 50 

$ 34,838,521 90 

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 $ 36,269,304 56 

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

Royalties, Duties and Dues 5,174,267 73 

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

Licenses and Permits :••/•• 9 > 550 . 058 37 

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

Fees 2,019,498 13 

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 279,943 16 

Profits from Trading Activities 16,225,000 00 

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

Agriculture and Public Domain 799,844 91 

Sale of Material 391,482 65 

Produce, Live Stock, Equipment, etc. 

Rent, Board, Maintenance of Patients, Perquisites, etc 1,585,817 59 

Miscellaneous 1,080,324 15 

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

73,375,541 25 



$108,214,063 15 



4? PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
Advances by the Province to March 31, 1943 

Total Advanced on Capital Account to March 31, 1943 $207,002,750 36 

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, 1942 ... $ 49,266,614 69 

For the fiscal year ending March 31, 

1943 14,220,248 84 

63,486,863 53 

85,318,562 24 

Net Advances to March 31, 1943 $121,684,188 12 



RECEIPTS FROM HYDRO -ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Fiscal Year, 1943 

Capital Account — 

Repayment of Commission's share of Debenture Loans 
matured during the Fiscal Year 1943 originally issued for 

Hydro and other Provincial Purposes $ 14,220,248 84 

Rural Power Districts — Domestic Loans — Repayments 29,702 75 

$ 14,249,951 59 

Income Account — 

Interest on Cash Advances — 

Commission's share of interest paid by the Province for 
the Fiscal Year 1943 on all Cash Advances made to 

the Hydro and outstanding as at March 31, 1942 $ 6,623,045 18 

Premium on Exchange — 

Commission's share of Exchange paid by the Province 
for the Fiscal Year 1943 on the transfer of funds to 
New York and London to meet interest and principal 

maturities 716,342 87 

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 11,551 28 

Interest — Rural Power Districts — Domestic Loans 1,528 10 

Northern Ontario Properties — Distribution of Surplus 400,000 00 

7,752,467 43 

Total Cash Receipts $ 22,002,419 02 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 43 

LOANS TO MUNICIPALITIES, ETC. 
As at March 31, 1943 

Co-operative Marketing Loans $ 292,763 30 

Drainage Debentures — 

Tile (See page 51) 1,127,176 51 

Municipal (See page 51) 11,385 27 

Housing Loans (See page 51) 318,980 54 

Mortgage— J. Brillon 1,278 10 

Municipal Debentures — 

Citv of Windsor 1,011,099 50 

Town of Blind River 20,000 00 

Town of Cochrane 18,000 00 

Rural Power Districts — Domestic Loans 1 1,801 08 

Settlers' Loans 450,661 03 

$ 3,263,145 33 



BUILDINGS, ROADS, ETC. 

As at March 31, 1943 

Colonization Roads— 1919-1937 $ 5,739,974 31 

General Works and Improvements 1,654,150 86 

Hydro Power Plant— Monteith 27,061 10 

Improvements to Highways, 1919-1943 279,248,810 40 

Niagara Parks Commission — Surplus of Assets 1,017,105 22 

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

Provincial Lands and Buildings 63,642,297 58 

Radium Element for Cancer Control 332,948 03 

Rural Power Transmission Lines— Bonus, 1927-1943 17,708,243 00 

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

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

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



$471,026,599 67 



44 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 
As at March 31, 1943 



Capital Account — 



.$ 30 00 


1,530 00 


23,806 33 


2,566 88 


1,831 30 


15 87 


$ 29,780 38 



Byron Telephone Company — Capital Stock $ 

Mothers' Allowances — Municipalities 

Old Age Pensions — Other Provinces 

Sale of Experimental Turkey Farm — Balance 

Savings Office 

Dominion Government — re Income Tax 



Income Account — 

Highways — Gasoline Tax, etc $ 1,370,735 57 

Hospitals and Institutions — Maintenance of Patients, etc 107,109 74 

Lands and Forests — Crown Land Sales and Interest, etc 313,435 23 

Liquor Control Board — Surplus 5,265,516 79 

Mines — Mining Leases, etc 47,579 64 

Provincial Treasurer — Corporations Tax, Succession Duties, etc 792,289 96 

Provincial Treasurer — Accrued Interest on Settlers' Loans 86,175 58 

Various Departments — Miscellaneous 49,626 65 



$ 8,032,469 16 



PLANT, LIVESTOCK, STORES AND EQUIPMENT 

As at March 31, 1943 

Agriculture $ 129,948 12 

Education 6,197 39 

Health— Ontario Hospitals 893,756 62 

Highways 1,031 ,420 42 

King's Printer — Stationery Account. 65,455 59 

Lands and Forests 400,000 00 

Provincial Secretary — Ontario Reformatories 525,269 43 

Public Works 9.068 20 



$ 3,061,115 77 



DEFERRED ASSETS 
As at March 31, 1943 

Co-operative Marketing Loan — 

Thedford Cold Storage Company Limited $ 36,125 00 

Guaranteed Debentures and Interest Coupons redeemed by Province — 

Housing $ 224,531 97 

Municipalities 143,238 83 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway 1,182,272 15 

Schools 199,976 13 

1,750,019 08 

Home Bank (In Liquidation) — Balance 250,000 00 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission — 

Rural Power Districts — Service Charge 229,004 14 

Municipal Drainage Debentures — Township of Eastnor 2,760 26 

Promissory Notes Paid — 

Ottawa Separate Schools Commission 53,902 23 

$ 2,321,810 71 



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47 



RAILWAY AID CERTIFICATES 
As at March 31, 1943 



Year Amount 

1943 : $ 12,342 72 

1944 22,695 08 

1945 18,251 86 

1946 18,251 86 



Year Amount 

1947 $ 18,251 86 

1948 18,251 86 

1949 6,871 26 

1950 699 60 



$ 115,616 10 



Maturities 1st January and July 



TEMPORARY LOANS— TREASURY BILLS 
As at March 31, 1943 











Amount 


Where 


Date of Maturity 


Date of Issue 


Rate % 


Series 


Outstanding 


Payable 


1943 June 27 


1942 June 27 


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$ 2,000,000 00 


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Sept. 1 


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"RT-AB" 


5,000,000 00 


m 


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Sept. 1 


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BANK BALANCES 

As at March 31, 1943 

Cash in Chartered Banks'(See Statement No. 1) $8,015,363 89 

Add — Savings Office — Cash on hand and in banks (See page 48) 305,390 52 

Cash (See Statement of Assets and Liabilities— Page 7) $8,320,754 41 



48 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE 

BALANCE SHEET 
As at March 31. 1943 

ASSETS 

Funds on deposit with Provincial Treasurer $ 35,675,584 93 

Savings Offices — 

Cash on Hand and in Banks $ 305,390 52 

Accounts Receivable 1,831 30 

Office Furniture and Equipment 34,113 65 

Alterations to Premises 17,003 04 

358,338 51 

$ 36,033,923 44 
LIABILITIES — 

Savings Balances due to the Public with accrued interest to March 31, 1943 $ 35,740,640 34 

Reserve 293,283 10 

$ 36,033,923 44 



AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE ACT— INVESTMENTS 

As at March 31, 1943 

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

Less— Repayments to date 30,338,000 00 

31,950,000 00 

Due and Accrued Interest on Debentures 5,727,577 34 

$ 37,677,577 34 

Farm Loans Act — Farm Loans Associations 88,317 69 

Capital Stock in Associations 2,295 00 

Municipal Debentures — Town of West Lome 116,107 42 

$ 37,884,297 45 
SPECIAL FUNDS ===== 

As at March 31, 1943 

Assurance Fund— Land Titles Office $ 300,000 00 

Cash Surety Bonds 200 75 

Collection Agencies — Unclaimed Moneys 471 89 

Contributions— War Effort 926 77 

Dominion Government re War Emergency Vocational Courses '. 550,000 00 

Estate of Edouard Reposte 266 01 

Training School for Girls — Trust Account 554 82 

Minimum Wage Act — Salary Adjustments Unclaimed. 6 15 

Municipal Sinking Funds (See page 50) 1,184,393 21 

Niagara Parks Commission — Sinking Funds 187,004 78 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Fund (See page 49) 3,764,445 25 

Proceeds from Sale of Creamery 249 62 

Registry Office — Surplus Fees 1,472 13 

Sturgeon Lake— S.S. No. 1 653 50 

Unclaimed Dividends 32,039 25 

Victoria Industrial School— Trust Account 4,976 00 

Victory Loans — Employee Deductions 1,651 75 

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

War Savings Certificates 7,417 41 

$ 6,036,737 05 

RESERVES - === 

As at March 31, 1943 

Specific — 

Bequests— Charitable and Educational $ 175,001 70 

Brophy Estate— Estreated 162,966 94 

For Farm Loans 457,910 52 

Ontario Fire Relief Fund 13,552 05 

Outstanding Cheques 48,359 74 

Province of Ontario Savings Office 293,283 10 

$ 1,151,074 05 



1942-43 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 49 

PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND 

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

As at March 31, 1943 

Balance at credit of Fund— March 31, 1942 $7,866,614 85 

Receipts and Payments for the year ended March 31, 1943: 
Contributions — 

Employees $ 459,804 92 

Boards, Commissions, etc. (Sec. 33) $ 65,605 01 

Province (Sec. 33) 394,199 91 



$ 459,804 92 

Province (Sec. 53) 9,850 05 

469,654 97 



$ 929,459 89 
Transfer from Teachers' and Inspectors' Superannuation 

Fund (Sec. 52) 9,343 24 



$ 938,803 13 
Earnings — 

Interest — On balance at credit of Fund as at 
March 31, 1942— 

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

3,366,614.85 for 1 year at 5% 168,330 74 



$ 382,080 74 
On Contributions — 

Employees $ ' 10,388 68 

Province 10,388 68 

$ 20,777 36 

Teachers' and Inspectors' 

Superannuation Fund 173 97 20,951 33 

$ 403,032 07 

Less — Interest deducted on account of pay- 
ments to beneficiaries, etc 21,186 89 



$ 381,845 18 
Add — Interest on amounts transferred from 
Teachers' and Inspectors' Superannuation 

Fund 85 67 

381,930 85 



Total Receipts for year ended March 31, 1943 $1,320,733 98 

Payments — 

Allowances to Superannuates, Beneficiaries, etc.. . .$ 767,118 82 

Refunds and Interest 155,784 76 

922,903 58 

397,830 40 



Balance at credit of Fund, March 31, 1943. .-. $8,264,445 25 



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 3,764,445 25 



$8,264,445 25 



50 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



MUNICIPAL SINKING FUNDS ON DEPOSIT 

As at March 31, 1943 

(R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 266) 



Municipality 

Cities — 

Belleville 

u 


By-Law 

. . 1871 $ 
. . 1980 
. . 2408 

. . 480 

.. 854 
.. 870 
.. 906 
. . 923 
. . 931 

.. 254 
.. 259 
.. 271 
.. 293 
.. 294 
.. 295 
.. 303 
.. 355 


Amount 

58,118 12 

7,786 93 

69,196 42 

135,101 47 


Municipality 

Counties — Continued 
Welland 

« 


By-Law 

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959 

875 
. 946 
. 1003 
. 1066 
. 1129 
. 1154 
. 1327 
. 1425 
. 1427 
. 1448 
. 1700 

2 

14 
.8 of 1928 

6 
.8 of 1929 


Amount 

150,925 33 
92,600 85 


a 


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ft 






243,526 18 


Towns — 

Gravenhurst 


8,694 97 

23,654 51 

1,340 40 

752 08 

12,152 84 
3,314 31 

41,214 14 


42,213 94 
38,177 54 


Prescott . 


u 


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42,809 96 

3,258 45 


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a 


6,214 43 

2,990 37 

4,907 89 

35,129 77 

2,848 02 

14,242 34 

11,726 69 

3,594 28 


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25,232 70 
4,569 93 
7,522 03 
4,210 45 

13,850 41 




81,653 79 



Thornbury , 

Villages — 
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9,272 20 



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Counties — 
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547 
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564 
582 


496 37 
1,397 77 
1,014 88 

217 39 


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3,126 41 
2,614 25 


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25,476 66 






754 
755 
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152,968 81 
37,501 92 
22,732 67 


R.C.S.S. 12 and 16— 
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4 



213,203 40 



Balance standing to credit of Municipal Sinking Fund Account at March 31,1943. . $1,184,393 21 



55,385 52 


33,485 70 


4,355 26 


14,830 64 
7,750 31 


22,580 95 


6,364 29 




$1,184,393 21 



1942-43 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



51 



LOANS TO MUNICIPALITIES 

As at March 31, 1943 

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



Tile Drainage Loans — Municipality: 

Aldborough % 2,581 76 

Anderdon 19,604 04 

Arran 733 36 

Arthur 179 04 

Bosanquet 183 34 

Brooke 12,716 57 

Camden 4,572 67 

Canboro 3,188 70 

Chatham 92,120 61 

Clinton 9,687 60 

Colborne 466 40 

Colchester North 44,626 96 

Colchester South 28,285 42 

Cumberland 2,025 10 

Dawn 29,816 42 

Dover 105,113 80 

Dunwich 818 92 

Ekfrid 240 77 

Eldon 1,292 26 

Enniskillen 18,362 09 

Euphemia 517 04 

Fitzroy 913 11 

Garafraxa West 358 08 

Gosfield North 29,678 01 

Gosfield South 13,077 14 

Goulburn 1,430 09 

Grimsby North 7,874 59 

Guelph 384 23 

Gwillimbury East 1,248 06 

Harwich 92,262 53 

Hay 1,012 56 

Howard 22,735 56 

Huntley 506 27 

Innisfil 453 13 

Kinloss 1,113 80 

Logan 1,661 11 

Louth 18,976 03 

Luther East 1,316 30 

Maidstone 81,253 33 

Maiden 21,604 24 

Malahide 676 46 

March 716 85 

Mersea 100,545 96 

Minto 1,126 62 

Moore 19,619 89 

McKillop 916 70 

Nelson 9,878 89 

Nepean 222 83 

Niagara 6,061 63 

Norwich North 1,028 14 

Orford 4,518 98 

Oro 83 21 

Oxford East 2,073 30 

Pakenham 5,359 18 

Pelee 21,809 12 

Pelham 4,531 86 



Pickering $ 397 25 

Plympton 11,843 75 

Raleigh 17,190 93 

Ramsay 626 64 

Rochester 42,506 99 

Romney 12,512 11 

Ross 2,498 52 

Saltfleet 4,563 43 

Sandwich East 370 48 

Sandwich South 24,383 69 

Sarnia 1,409 42 

Scarborough 1,670 74 

Sombra 32,543 82 

Stoney Creek 387 78 

Tilbury East 30,548 25 

Tilbury North 34,249 72 

Tilbury West 41,398 38 

Trafalgar 2,694 21 

Walsingham South 607 56 

Warwick 2,279 04 

Waterloo 927 50 

Wawanosh East 934 95 

Wawanosh West 589 32 

Wellesley 3,155 68 

Westmeath 679 69 

Woolwich 724 07 

Zone 1,321 93 



$1,127,176 51 



Municipal Drainage Loans — 
Municipality: 

Albemarle $ 521 51 

Charlottenburg 2,679 22 

Garafraxa West 96 71 

Lancaster 976 66 

Lochiel 3,665 07 

Minto 498 77 

McKillop 555 75 

Turnberry 2,391 58 



$ 11,385 27 



Housing Loans — Municipality: 

Bucke Township $ 35,590 84 

Capreol 7,266 73 

Charlton 1,624 95 

Haileybury 194,787 77 

Hawkesbury 78,820 38 

Kapuskasing 889 87 

$ 318,980 54 



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At March 31, 194. 


















— 


Date.Ua.ue 


Ka» 


Amour,,., 


Cancelled 


1J^ 


"I Public 


Outstanding. 


,— 


N.,ure 


Autbority 


Denomination. 


WberePayabie, 


Interest Date, 


Next 


Maturity 


'""tl?r* 'SaT . „943-45, 


May 1. 1940 


. 


6,285 $ 000 


2,500.000 




3.785.000 


3.78'.000 


RM 


Serial 


R.S.O. 1937. Cap. 22 


1.000 


Bank. (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl.)— M. 


1 May & Nov 




« 


May IS (1943-68) 


May 15.1928 


* 


30.000.000 


6.736.000 




23.248.000 


23.264,000 


AL 


Annuity 


R.S.O. 1927. Cap. 23. 

16 Ceo. V. Cap. 6. 


..000 


Bk. Mtl.— H.. St. J.. M„ W.. R c 
V.. N.Y., L. ■ 


.5 May 8, Nov. 


i',';,^. 


Ifflr 




May 15.1930 


4H 


30.000.000 


4.896,000 


154.000 


24.950.000 


25.104,000 


AP 




R.S.0.1927.Cap.23a„dS7. 


1.000 


Bk.Mtl.-H..Sy..M..W..R..C. 


IS Mays Nov. 


S/1S/4J- 


500.000 


J™ """■"' 


June 1.1931 


* 


30.000.000 


4.694.000 


301.000 


25.005,000 


25.306.000 


AS 




RS0 5 U 2 G-eo Ca v; C 3 ap.2. 


..000 


Bk. M.l.-H. St. J M..W..R..C. 


1 June St Dec. 


6/1/43- 


486.000 


June 1 (,943-44, 


June 1. 1939 


<M 


6.000.000 


3.600.000 




2.400.000 


2.400.000 


RK 


Serial 


R.S.O. 1937. Cap. 22. 


1.000 


Bank. (Com., (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl.,— M. 


1 June a, Dec. 


6/1/43 




Nov. 1 (194J-S7) 


Nov. 1.1927 


4H 


21.000.000 


12.002.000 


28.000 


11.970.000 


11.998,000 


AK 




R.S.O. 19.4. Cap. 21. 


..000 


Bk. Mtl.— H.. St. J.. M„ VV., R.. c. 


1 May a, Nov.. 


11/1/43- 


800.000 


Nov. 1 (1943-45) 


Nov. 1.1940 


2 


6.000.000 


2.400.000 




3.600,000 


3.600.000 


RQ 




R.S.O. 1937. Cap. 22. 


1.000 


Banka(Com.) (Mtl) (N.S.) (Ryl.)-M. 


1 May & Nov. 


,1/1/43- 


, 200 000 


Nov. !|!9«-m!} 


Nov. 1.1941 


J 


(6.300,000 


,0i0 : 000 




slSXi 


ISS} 


RS 




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


1.000 


Banks (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S., (Ry,.)— M. 


1 May* Nov. 


U/1'43- 


, ,050.000 


Dec. 1 (1943-55) 

1944 Jan. 15(1944-57) 


Jan. 15.1927 


z 


;:::: 


11,928.000 
12.912,000 


81.000 


.1.007.000 


■ ■.O^OOO 


AJ 




R.S.O. 1914. Cap. 21, 

16 Geo. V. Cap. 6. 


1.000 


Bk. Mtl.— H.. St. J . M.. W.. R„ c. 


IS Jan. S, July 


1/15/44- 


700.000, 


Jan. 15(1944-71) 

Jan. 15 (1944-47)1 

Jan. 15 (1948-62)) 


Jan 15. 1937 


z 


{ ,0« 


1.000.000 


"759 666 


23,S1S,000 
8.89S',000 


4.000.000 1 


AR 
RB 


Serial 


R.S.O. 1927. Cap. 23 and 57. 
R.S.O. 1927. Cap. 23. 


1.000 


Bk. Mll.-H..St.J.. M.W.. R.. C. 
B-k'.'c'om.l-M. ' 


IS Jan. & July 


1 IS 14- 
U„-S.F. 


1 OOOMO 


straight Term Issues 


































Sept. 15,1921 
Sept. IS. 1921 
Dec. 1.1939 






















Bk. Mtl.— M.. W. 

Bank. (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl.,— M 


.5 Mar. a Sep,. 














000 


.2 265 000 




WW Si vv 




R.S.O. 1914. Cap. 39. 

R.S.O. 1937. Cap. 22. 

3 Geo. VI. Cap. 32. 








4 Nil 1 


2M 


3.000.000 






3.000.000 


3.000.000 


BK 




1.000 


1 Mar. St Sept 












Au B . 1.1937 


2)4 


10.000.000 






.0.000.000 


10.000.000 


RD 




R.S.O. 1927. Cap. 23. 


1.000 


Bank. (Com., (Mtl., (Ryl.,— M. 


1 Feb. * A.,,. 












Nov. IS, 1937 




20.000.000 














.4 Ceo. V. Cap. 9. 
R.S.O. 1927. Cap. 23. 

1 Geo. VI. Cap. 54. 
R.S.O. 1937. Cap. 22 




Bk. Mtl.— M. N.Y.. L. 

Bank, (Com., (Mil.) (N.S., (Ryl.,— M 


15 May at Nov. 






1945 Ma IS 


2M 






5,000.000 


5.000.000 


RF 




,.000 










J " ly ' 


July ...942 


m 


15.000.000 






,5.000.000 


15.000.000 


RU 


Bond, 


1.000 


Bk. Mtl.U „ 
Ryl. Bk./ NV ' 


1 Jan. i July 








June 15. 1942 


2 


10.000.000 






.0.000.000 


10.000,000 


RT 




R.S.O, 1937. Cap. 22 


1.000 


Bank. (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl.)— M 


15 June & Dec. 












Nov. 1,1939 


m 


8.614.000 






8,6.4,000 


8.614.000 


RL 




R.S.O. 1937. Cap. 22. 


1.000 


Banks (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl.)— M 


1 May * Nov 












Dec. 15,1938 


i 


16,500.000 




2.000 


.6.498.000 


16.SOO.000 


RG 




R.S.O. 1937. Cap. 22. 


1.000; SOO 


Bank. (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S., (Ryl.)— M 


IS June St Dec. 










1946 Jan. 1. £1.200.000. .. 


Jan. 1,1906 


3M 


S.840.000 


3.819.680.02 


1.052.680.70 


967,639.28 


h 2,020.319.98 




Stock 


S Ed. VII. Cap. 2 at 3. 




Bk.MU.-L. 


1 Jan. & July 








April 15, 1939 


S 


7.500.000 






7.500.000 


7.500.000 


RH 


Bond. 


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


1.000 


Banks (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl.)— M 


15 April & Oct. 












July 1.1932 


5M 


20.000.000 


4.800 


;z 


.9.430.000 


20.000.000 


AT 




R.S.O. 1927. Cap. 23. 

21 Geo.V. Cap. 2. 
R.S.O. 1927. Cap. 23. 

21 Geo.V. Cap. 2. 


1.000; SOO; 100 
1.000; 500 


Bk.Mtl._H..S,.J..M..O..W..V. 


1 Jan. ». July 












Feb. 1.1932 


SM 


20.000.000 




Bk.M„.-H..S..J..M.,O..W..V. 














Feb. 1.1932 


SH 


2,000.000 






2.000.000 


2.000.000 


ZA-AT 




R.S.O. 1927. Cap. 23 and S7. 




Provincial Treasurer. 


1 Feb. 3, Aug. 










(a) 1947/57 June 1. £330.000 


Variou. ,932/33 


4M 


1.605,999.98 


74.946.66 


389.333.33 


1.141,719.99 


j 1,531.053 32 


AV 




R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 23 and S7. 




Bk. Mtl.— L. 


1 June & Dec. 








Sept. 1. 1942 


5 


40 000 000 




"9,500 


14.990,500 
3S.6S1.0O0 


15,000.000 


CF 
BJ 




R.S.O. 1937. Cap. 22. 

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

2 Geo. VI, Cap. 26. 

R.S.O. 19.4. Cap. 21. 




Provincial Treasurer. 
Bank. (Com.) (Mtl., (N.S., (Ry,.,-M 

Bk.Com.— H.. St. J., M., W.. V. 


1 Ma, 8, Sept. 




















1.000.500 


1 May & Nov. 






























Jan. 16.1934 


SX 


!s'Z'Z 


'•'.ooo 




■ 0.0<K,.000 


,..000.000 


RP 




R.S.O. 1937. Cap. 22. 


1.000 


Bank. (Com.) (MU.) (N.S.) (Ry,.)— M 
Bk. Mtl.-H.. St. J.. M, O.. W.. V. 


1 May* Nov. 














2,600 












16 Jan. 8. July 








Nov. 15. 1937 


3X 


12.000,000 




5.000 


11.995,000 


12.000,000 


BH 




R.S.O. jWCap.23.^ M • 


1,000; SOO 


Bank. (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl.)— M 


.5 May 8t Nov. 












Dec. 1, 1939 


3H 


9.000.000 






9,000,000 


9.000.000 


BL 




RSa ]'Geo. C V?.&,3, 


1,000 


Bank. (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl.)— M 
Bk. Mtl.-H.. St. J., M.. 0.. W., V 


.June .Dc- 








































June 15. 1942 


3 


10.000.000 






10.000.000 


10,000.000 


RT 




R 


S.O. 1937. Cap. 22. 


1.000 


Bank. (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl.)— M 


15 June & Dec. 












Dec. 1. 1936 


J 


20.000.000 


1.410.000 


343.000 


18.247.000 


18.590.000 


RA 




It 


S.O. 1927, Cap. 23. 


1.000 


Bank. (Com.) (Ryl.)— M. 


1 June St Dc. 












Variou,, 1942 


SH 


1.100.000 






1.100.000 


1.100.000 


TF-B 




R 


SO. 1937. Cap. 22. 

3 Geo. VI. Cap. 32. 




Provincial Treasurer. 


1 Jan. 4 July 












April 1.1922 


5 


IS. 000.000 


58.000 


157.000 


14.785.000 


14,942.000 


AB 




R 


S.O. 1914. Cap. 39. 


1.000 


Bk. Mtl.-M.. N.Y. 


1 April* Oct. 












May 1. 1940 


»*■ 


15.000,000 






15.000.000 


15,000.000 


RN 




l< 


S.O. 1937. Cap. 22. 


1.000 


Banks (Com., (Mtl., (N.S.) (Ry,.)— M 


1 May 8, Nov. 












June 1. 1939 


•> 


10.000.000 




1,044,000 


8.9S6.000 


10.000.000 


RJ 




K 


S.O. 1937, Cap. 22. 


1.000 


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1942-43 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



57 



Statement showing the remuneration paid to Officials in the Parliament Buildings who 
received pay from more than one source during the Fiscal Year 1942-43. 



Name 


Page 


Amount 


Total 


Department of Education: 

Amoss, H. E 


C 25 
C 25 

C 29 

C 25 

C 24 
C 25 

C 22 
C 25 

C 22 
C 22 
C 15 
C 25 

C 32 

C 25 

C 22 
C 25 

C 22 
C 25 

C 32 
C 25 

C 29 

C 25 

C 22 
C 25 

C 29 

C 25 

C 30 

C 25 

C 29 

C 25 

C 22 
C 25 

C 30 
C 25 

C 22 
C 25 

C 29 

C 25 

C 32 
C 25 

C 29 

C 25 


$ c. 

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450 00 


$ c. 


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5,283 33 


Anglin, R. W 

u 


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195 00 




4,795 00 


Beecroft, W. A 


3,050 00 
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Campbell, J. D 


4,200 00 
468 33 








4,668 33 


Cannon, C. F . 


3,150 00 
825 00 
216 00 
185 00 


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Davies, N 


4,033 33 
188 50 








4,221 83 


Fenwick, G. R 


3,233 33 
76 00 


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3,309 33 


Gauthier, R 


4,633 33 
686 00 








5,319 33 


Gordon, D. W 


3,033 33 
204 00 


a 






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Gray, G. L 


4,233 33 
876 00 


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5,109 33 


Greer, V. K 


5,400 00 
111 33 


a 






5,511 33 


Hooper, A. G 


4,600 00 
439 00 


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5,039 00 


Husband, A. J 


3,349 92 
250 00 


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3,599 92 


Jennings, W. A 


4,600 00 
250 00 








4,850 00 


Keefe, R. D 


3,833 33 
195 00 


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Kennedy, T 


3,000 00 
234 50 


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MacDougall, J. B 


916 65 
111 33 


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1,027 98 


Robb, C. W 


4,233 33 
543 50 


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4,776 83 


Rutherford, F. S 


4,833 33 
425 00 


u 






5,258 33 


Wallace, R. H 


4,233 33 
286 13 


u 






4,519 46 



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No. 1 



Statement showing the remuneration paid to Officials in the Parliament Buildings who 
received pay from more than one source during the Fiscal Year 1942-43 — Continued 



Name 


Page 


Amount 


Total 


Department of Health: 

Marr, W. B 


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15 

27 
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6 

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7 

6 

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1,350 00 

290 82 

71 00 

5 00 

83 00 


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1,799 82 


Department of Highways: 

Mackinnon, A. E 


1,000 00 
50 00 


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1,050 00 


Department of Prime Minister: 

Foster, C. J 


4,500 00 
400 00 


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4,900 00 


McWatters, D 


1,233 33 
200 00 








1,433 33 


Department of Public Works: 

Robson, H. H 


1,597 81 
200 00 


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1,797 81 







EXPENDITURE 

IN DETAIL BY 

DEPARTMENTS 



PART A 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

FISCAL YEAR, 1942-43 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 
Main Office: ■ page 

Salaries and Maintenance, Etc 10 

War Emergency Expenses 11 

Branches: 

Statistics and Publications Branch 14 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch 14 

Live Stock Branch 15 

Institutes Branch 16 

Dairy Branch 17 

Milk Control Board of Ontario 18 

Fruit Branch 18 

Agricultural Representatives Branch 20 

Crops, Seeds and Weeds Branch 23 

Co-Operation and Markets Branch 24 

Kemptville Agricultural School 24 

Ontario Veterinary College, Guelph 26 

Western Ontario Experimental Farm, Ridgetown 27 

Demonstration Farms 28 

Northern Ontario Branch 28 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph 29 

Statutory 34 

Special Warrants 35 

Summary 9 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Hon. P. M. Dewan, Minister (Statutory, see page A 34) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($1 8,556.97) 
Permanent : 

W. R. Reek Deputy Minister 6,000 00 

K. A. Dean, 600.00; M. Fry, 2,066.67; S. Goodwins, 1,533.33; K. A. Grant, 
666.67; I. O. Jennings, 216.70; B. Knowles, 1,466.67; M. S. Martin, 2,200.00; 
N. Nagle, 1,466.67; F. M. Palmer, 1,400.00; C. Puttick, 932.26 18,548 97 

Temporary: 

L. J. Nicholson 8 00 

Travelling Expenses ($1,739.88) 

Hon. P. M. Dewan, 938.00; M. S. Martin, 2.15; W. R. Reek, 799.73 1,739 88 

Maintenance ($2,459.92) 

King's Printer, 1,117.80; Newspapers and periodicals, 33.90; telegrams, 97.02; 

telephone, 916.05; accounts under $100, 295.15 2,459 92 

Services and Expenses in Connection with Agricultural Work, etc. ($43,875.12) 

Salaries ($4,308.30): 

Permanent: 

J. C. Hay, 2,133.33; P. F. Love, 666.64 2,799 97 

Temporary: 

H. M. Barron, 781.25; M. O'Brien, 643.75; M. K. Tyndall, 83.33 1,508 33 

Services and Expenses: 

W. C. Barrie, services, 20.00; expenses, 23.35; W. E. Breckon, services, 6.00; 
expenses, 4.10; J. M. Fraser, services, 6.00; expenses, 3.50; S. Goodwins, expenses, 
93.64; J C. Hay, expenses, 59.90; J. S. Knapp, services, 203.00; expenses, 
191.16; G. McGavin, services, 20.00; expenses, 11.15; W. J. Stephen, expenses, 
29.12 670 92 

Advertising: 

Chatham Daily News, 96.32; J. Fisher Co., Ltd., 3,307.85; Ontario Fruit and 
Vegetable Growers' Association, 50.00; Ottawa Farm Journal, 21.60; Rogers 
Radio Broadcasting Co., Ltd., 300.00 3,775 77 

Grants and Prizes: 

Canadian Food Distribution Council, 2,000.00; Central Canada Exhibition 
Association, 500.00; Central Ontario Cheesemakers' Association, 200.00; Coch- 
rane District Producers' Co-operative, Ltd., 200.00; Dufferin County Crop 
Improvement Association, 132.10; Eastern Ontario Brotherhood of Thresher- 
men, 200.00; Eastern Ontario Export Food Show, 200.00; Ontario Agricultural 
College Royal, 75.50; Ontario Beef Cattle Producers' Association, 1,000.00- 
Ontario Brotherhood of Threshermen, 200.00; Ontario Farm Radio Forum, 
1,000.00; Ontario Federation of Agriculture, 1,500.00; Oxford County Seed 
Fair, 250.00; Poultry Industries Committee, 1,000.00; Western Ontario Dairy- 
men's Association, 100.00 8,557 60 

Miscellaneous: 

Addressograph-Multigraph Co., Canada, Ltd., 974.59; Canadian Press Clipping 

Service, 219.85; King's Printer, 24,929.14; Cartage, express and freight, 

169.93; newspapers and periodicals, 73.15; accounts under $100, 195.87 26,562 53 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 11 

Main Office — Continued 

Administration and Enforcement of Corn Borer Control 
under The Plant Diseases Act ($4,589.92) 

Counties:— Brant, 40.00; Elgin, 235.95; Essex, 1,345.62; Haldimand, 29.38; Halton, 
126.36; Huron, 60.56; Kent, 1,188.64; Lambton, 350.05; Lincoln, 88.25; Middle- 
sex, 169.62; Norfolk, 259.35; Northumberland and Durham, 63.19; Oxford, 
23.00; Peel, 22.75; Perth, 21.10; Waterloo, 52.34; Welland, 32.25; Wellington, 
84.00; Wentworth, 72.14; York, 310.37 4,574 92 

Townships: — Pelee Island 15 00 

Inspection of Apiaries ($12,277.00) 

Services and Expenses: 

Sundry Inspectors, services, 5,721.37; expenses, 5,629.19 11,350 56 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 292.30; National Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 

144.00; Postage, 431.84; accounts under $100, 58.30 926 44 

Removal Expenses of Officials in the Public Service ($557.37) 

R. E. Goodin, 336.52; A. D. Runions, 220.85 557 37 

Grants ($63,149.81) 

Occasioned by Unassessable Crown Lands: 

Guelph Collegiate Institute (194P 725 25 

and Vocational School 516 47 

Kemptville High School 218 97 

Public School 153 88 

Macdonald Consolidated School, Guelph 414 03 

Ridgetown Public School 2112 

Union Schools Nos. 1 and 2, Clinton and Louth 201 34 

2,251 06 

City of Toronto, re Horse Stables in Exhibition Park (1935-1952) 25,898 75 

Royal Winter Fair Association, in accordance with, and approving Order-in-Council, 

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

Compensation, Medical, Hospital and Other Accounts for Workmen Injured 

In Government Work as Awarded by the Workmen's Compensation 

Board, including Proportion of Administration Expenses '$769.85) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 769 85 

War Emergency, Administration and Other Expenses in Connection with 
Farm Labour, Fertilizer and Other Unforeseen War Projects ($142,955.83) 

Summary 

Farm Labour Recruitment $172,082 58 

Japanese Labour Camps 106,712 32 

Fertilizer Subventions 5,211 10 



Gross Expenditure $284,006 00 

Less Refunds: 

Dominion Government Repayments: 

Farm Labour Recruitment $75,723 05 

Japanese Labour Camps, construction 

etc 32,296 32 

Japanese Labour Camps, hospital and 

medical expenses 2,207 82 

Fertilizer Subventions 4,806 23 

$115,033 42 

Sale of badges, uniforms, etc., Farm Labour 

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Board, Japanese Labour Camps 25,393 50 

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Main Office — Continued 

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Farm Labour Recruitment: — 

Placement Officers' and Office Salaries 33,457 20 

Placement Officers' Travelling Expenses 22,208 25 

Camp Administration, Salaries and Board 21,616 90 

Camp Administration, Travelling Expenses 2,826 00 

Trainees' Transportation 7,908 25 

Supplies, Advertising and Miscellaneous 84,065 98 



172,082 58 



Placement Officers' and Office Salaries, 33,457.20; Placement Officers, travelling 
expenses, 22,208.25; Camp Administration, salaries and board, 21,616.90; Camp 
Administration, travelling expenses, 2,826.00; Trainees' Transportation, 7,908.25; 

W. H. Abbey, 756.48; Allied Agencies, 282.18; Associated Chemical Co., 

Ltd., 136.97; Associated Printers, Ltd., 282.45; Beamsville Hydro-Electric 
System, 131.19; Beamsville Lumber and Supply, 116.10; H. Beaton, 138.49; 
M. Beckett, 615.12; S. Bowler, 159.45; T. G. Bright & Co., Ltd., 201.00; Mrs. 
J. Brodie, 267.35; Brooker's Meat Market, 374.63; C. L. Bush, 325.00; Canadian 
Girl Guides Association, 117.00; Cataract Ice Co., Ltd., 127.10; E. Clemens, 
102.04; R. S. Cole, 150.00; Conklin Planing Mills, Ltd., 1,303.80; Wm. Cowan, 
164.60; Mrs. V. Creet, 330.00; Curtis Refrigeration Co., Ltd., 330.00; Daily 
Sentinel-Review, 140.00; J. H. Davidson, 356.00; Department of Labour, 138.72; 
P. S. Dobson, 100.00; W. E. Durie, 357.23; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 
226.04; East Hamilton Stove Exchange, 861.99; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 3,120.64; 
Evening Telegram, Toronto, 272.80; J. T. Ferguson & Sons, 1,149.50; F. H. 
Ferris, 122.52; Jas. Fisher Co., Ltd., 25,775.21; W. G. Fletcher, 485.18; G. R. 
Gilliland, 583.44; Globe & Mail, 236.87; A. Goodburn, 108.75; Grand & Toy, 
Ltd., 715.93; Green-hill Advertising Service, 199.50; Grimsby Board of Educa- 
tion, 174.30; Growers' Cold Storage & Ice Co., Ltd., 231.55; M. F. Halstead, 
154.42; Geo. C. Hampton, 2,087.38; Harrow Creamery, Ltd., 359.57; Harrow 
Hydro-Electric System, 100.36; Harrow Lumber Co., Ltd., 271.12; Harvest Help 
Committee, 368.19; A. Hewson & Son, 176.13; Hunter's Dairy, 616.88; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 816.91; Imrie Bros., 256.34; K. VV. 
Jacklin, 217.86; R. H. Johnston, 150.25; Kellow & Robinson, 1,321.14; Kennedy 
Hardware, 226.46; King's Printer, 6,357.42; Lakeside Ice & Coal Co., 286.05; 
Leamington Hardware Co., 160.74; J. O. Lemaire, 122.60; H. W. Link & Son, 
1,003.23; J. K. Little, 225.73; London Free Press Printing Co., 168.00; A. Mc- 
Cormick & Son, 123.45; Markad Company, 1,478.06; J. D. Mills, 100.00; P. L. 
Moran, 255.49; Murdock Bros., 659.40; National Council, Y.W.C.A., 1,665.55; 
W. Neal, 260.50; Niagara Falls Hospital, 262.25; Notman Hardware Co., Ltd., 
102.63; A. Owen, 100.89; Peninsula Insurance Service, 293.31; P. E. Price, 
Estate, 200.00; Purity Dairies, Ltd., 190.39; H. Pyne, 749.77; Queenston Quar- 
ries, Ltd., 150.60; L. Quick, 160.04; W. F. Quigley, 108.60; H. Ridsdale & Son, 
260.70; A. N. Rogers, 110.61; Rogers Radio Broadcasting Co., Ltd., 285.00; 
St. Andrew's Church, Grimsby, 113.25; J. H. Sandham Co., 135.36; Simmons, 
Ltd., 5,279.81 ; E. D. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 959.02 ; R. Soper, Ltd., 122.48; R. Srigley, 
109.85; W. Stevens, 300.00; O. L. Storm, 120.00; Sundry Camp Workers, wages, 
2,609.09; Toronto Star, Ltd., 283.95; Trafalgar Public Utilities Commission, 
100.51; Virgil Board of Education, 200.00; G. Wales, 326.42; T. C. Warwick 

& Sons, Ltd., 309.82; Young Men's Christian Association, 161.36; Bank 

Exchange, 44.23; cartage, express and freight, 183.91; postage, 79.41; telegrams, 

190.67; telephone, 3,328.23; accounts under $100, 4,377.47 172,082 58 

Japanese Labour Camps: 

Placement Officers' and Office Salaries 2,843 13 

Placement Officers' Travelling Expenses 1,272 28 

Camp Administration, Salaries and Board 8,871 73 

Camp Administration, Travelling Expenses 232 20 

Supplies and Miscellaneous 93,492 98 

106.712 32 

Placement Officers' and Office Salaries, 2,843.13; Placement Officers, travelling 
expenses, 1,272.28; Camp Administration, salaries and board, 8,871.73; Camp 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 13 

Main Office — Continued 

War Emergency, Administration and Other Expenses in Connection with 
Farm Labour, etc. — Continued 

Japanese Labour Camps — Continued 

Administration, travelling expenses, 232.20; — Ace Electrical Refrigeration Co., 
910.00; R. Allard, 1,031.48; W. Anderson, 171.00; Appin Dairy, 158.58; Aylmer 
Steam Laundry, 149.60; Wm. Bigley, 300.18; J. Bishop, 142.42; Blenheim 
Dairy, 259.53; Bolus Meat Market, 180.59; Bresett & Stott, 1,774.21; Bresett & 
Tew, 1,906.04; W. A. Brown, 1,574.90; Bruce's Home Bakery, 148.97; Buck- 
land's, 119.30; Geo. Buhler, 261.23; Burns' Bakery, 349.16; J. R. Calderwood, 
912.57; Camden- Dresden Agricultural Society, 239.50; Centralia Farmers' 
Co-operative Co., Ltd., 163.31; Chatham Public General Hospital, 562.15; 
Geo. E. Clark & Son, 171.65; Reg. Clark, 888.95; Consolidated Lumber Co., 
3,926.66; J. & J. Cunningham, 498.87; P. Dodds & Son, 341.23; R. Dodds, 
921.20; Dominion Stores, Ltd., 1,098.46; Dresden Creamery, 1,121.26; Dynes 
& Dynes, 625.66; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 3,985.01; W. A. Ellerington, 100.00; 
J. W. Elsley, 210.33; Essex Dairies, Ltd., 1,116.63; A. Everett, 122.99; A. 
Fennell & Son, 1,433.77; H. M. Fleming, 150.00; R. Fletcher, 230.25; J. W. 
Galipeau, 115.30; Gidley & French, 630.24; J. H. Glassco, 624.87; Glover's 
City Dairy, 749.32; Grain & Coal, Ltd., 271.05; Mrs. Robt. Grant, 1,877.21; 
W. F. Hayter, 810.09; Chas. Hazzard & Sons, 1,127.95; Highland Hill Dairy, 
259.30; Huron Lumber Co., Ltd., 3,010.24; Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario, 534.18; L. Isber, 217.29; A. Jefferies, 120.00; Johnston's Groceteria, 
1,668.00; H. O. Jones, 1,398.72; Jones & May, 2,152.73; H. E. Keddy, 946.17; 
R. Kemp, 851.44; Kennedy Groceteria, 401.55; J. J. Kerr Co., Ltd., 1,292.32; 
Kirby Grocery, 477.15; Lambton, Kent Creameries, 304.55; E. Lindenfield, 
638.81; J. C. Linton, 147.59; Thos. H. McCall, 193.50; A. P. MacCallum, 116.00; 
G. W. McCallum, 360.90; D. McCarron, 822.05; L. McCloskey, 795.49; J. 
McCorvie & Son, 1,302.56; W. D. McFadden & Son, 138.11; McGregor's Dairy, 
677.98; McKeough & Trotter, Ltd., 507.85; McPherson's Lumber Yard, 3,885.61; 
B. P. Madery, 123.38; Malor's, 188.99; Maple City Laundry & Dry Cleaners, 
246.19; J. R. Martin, 310.00; W. E. Middleton, 203.00; P. H. Moore, 338.65; 
Moore's Meat Market, 168.68; J. Moriarty, 192.00; Naylor Lumber Co., Ltd., 
1,276.72; J. A. Nightingale, 109.31; Nightingale's Groceteria, 253.96; O'Flynn 
& Burgess, 1,170.84; F. Oullette, 100.00; Fred Peck, 1,413.69; Petrolia Cash 
& Carry, 108.34; Petrolia Dairy, 117.35; Phillips Meat Market, 207.75; Phil- 
pott's Bakery, 238.67; P. E. Piggott Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,843.09; Ramsay's 
Market, 531.24; G. D. Richards, 167.00; Rivers Meat Market, 1,600.03; C. W. 
Roberts & Son, 551.71; L. C. Rumble, 118.59; St. Joseph's Hospital, Chatham, 
289.92; Sarvice, Ltd., 372.45; Shepherd Printing Co., 257.95; L. J. Shepley, 
244.50; Simmons, Ltd., 4,235.86; Smith & Smith, Ltd., 423.60; Spic & Span, 
274.32; J. W. Sprague, 2,598.18; P. J. Stacey, 1,808.81; Stewart & Macarthur, 
200.00; Theaker's Dairy, 270.48; Thomas Grocery Store, 157.33; W. J. Thomson, 
407.00; Tilbury Creamery, 957.63; United Furniture and Plumbing Exchange, 
Ltd., 348.00; Wanless Hardware, Ltd., 443.05; Ward's Meat Market, 505.12; 
T. C. Warwick & Sons, Ltd., 5,080.73; G. R. Weller, 153.13; Wonder Bakeries, 
Ltd., 344.43; S. Zimmer, 146.88; Cartage, express and freight, 74.66; tele- 
phone, 544.13; accounts under $100, 4,091.88 106,712 32 

Fertilizer Subventions: 

Sundry Persons, services, 4,079.87; Davis-Lesson, Ltd., 113.40; King's Printer, 

311.38; C. C. Tennant, services, 300.00; expenses, 17.05; Underwood, Elliott, 

Fisher, Ltd., 137.90; Postage, 107.00; telephone, 55.37; accounts under 

$100, 89.13 5,211 10 

Total $284,006 00 

Less: Refunds (see page All) 141,050 17 

War Emergency, Administration, etc $142,955 83 

Cost of Living Bonus ($97,277.58) 

Sundry Employees 97,277 58 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($113.67) 

Postmaster, stamps purchased, 201.54 — Less refund of Employees' contribution, 

87.87 113 67 

Main Office $388,322 92 



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STATISTICS AND PUBLICATIONS BRANCH 
Salaries ($10,650.19) 

Permanent: 

N. C. Engelter, 1,833.33; C. J. Gale, 1,433.33; W. R. Hall, 1,183.33; G. A. Mc- 
Intyre, 900.00; S. H. H. Symons, 2,233.33; E. M. Tuck, 1,150.00; V. E. Wagner, 
1,150.00 9,883 32 

Temporary: 

A. M. Butt, 190.20; J. Kaplan, 276.67; G. A. Mclntyre, 300.00 766 87 

Travelling Expenses ($103.16) 
S. H. H. Symons, 85.56; Accounts under $25, 17.60 103 16 

Maintenance ($1,827.93) 

Addressograph-Multigraph, Canada, Ltd., 120.00; King's Printer, 1,462.46; 

telegrams, 25.11; telephone, 126.86; accounts under $100, 93.50 1,827 93 

Statistics and Publications Branch $12,581 28 



AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETIES BRANCH 
Salaries ($10,541.66) 

Permanent: 

E. K. Boynton, 925.00; J. A. Carroll, 3,833.33; J. F. Clark, 2,400.00; O. McArthur, 

1,433.33; J. Park, 800.00; O. G. Wickware, 1,150.00 10,541 66 

Travelling Expenses ($1,865.65) 
J. A. Carroll, 841.49; J. F. Clark, 1,024.16 1,865 65 

Maintenance ($1,301.57) 

King's Printer, 1,055.08; Telegrams, 42.77; telephone, 78.12; accounts under 

$100, 125.60 1,301 57 

Judges' Services, Travelling and Other Expenses ($2,557.52) 

Sundry Judges, services, 720.00; expenses, 1,837.52 2,557 52 

Horticultural, Agricultural and Vegetable Growers' Meetings, at the Direction 
of the Department, Investigations and Unforeseen Expenditures ($1,551.67) 

Sundry Persons, services, 5.00; expenses, 1,546.67 1,551 67 

Field Crop Competitions, Prizes and Miscellaneous Expenses, including 

Transportation and Other Expenses of Exhibits 

at Exhibitions ($10,079.33) 

Prizes: — Sundry Persons 8,318 00 

Sundry Persons, services, 677.50; expenses, 1,083.83 1,761 33 

Grants under Section 24, Subsection 1 (a) to (d) inclusive, Agricultural 
Societies Act ($58,955.00) 

Sundry Societies in:— Algoma, 545.00; Brant, 1,177.00; Bruce, 2,387.00; Carleton, 
1,980.00; Cochrane, 295.00; Dufferin, 740.00; Dundas, 371.00; Durham, 842.00; 
Elgin, 1,241.00; Essex, 2,779.00; Frontenac, 617.00; Glengarry, 569.00; Gren- 
ville, 336.00; Grey, 3,036.00; Haldimand, 453.00; Haliburton, 286.00; Halton, 
1,019.00; Hastings, 1,870.00; Huron, 1,322.00; Kenora, 782.00; Kent, 854.00; 
Lambton, 1,095.00; Lanark, 1,241.00; Leeds, 369.00; Lennox and Addington, 
735.00; Lincoln, 378.00; Manitoulin, 853.00; Middlesex, 1,214.00; Muskoka, 
1,079.00; Nipissing, 292.00; Norfolk, 1,045.00; Northumberland, 1,039.00; 
Ontario, 1,183.00; Oxford, 1,281.00; Parry Sound, 2,712.00; Peel, 1,465.00; 
Perth, 1,960.00; Peterborough, 1,119.00; Prescott, 314.00; Prince Edward, 
410.00; Rainy River, 1,024.00; Renfrew, 1,471.00; Russell, 173.00; Simcoe, 
2,428.00; Stormont, 462.00; Sudbury, 556.00; Temiskaming, 471.00; Thunder 
Bay, 867.00; Victoria, 1,402.00; Waterloo, 1,679.00; Welland, 770.00; Welling- 
ton, 2,034.00; Wentworth, 990.00; York, 1,343.00 58,955 00 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A1S 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch — Continued 

Grants to Indemnify Societies Suffering from Rainy Weather or Fire, 

to be Paid in Accordance with Section 24, Subsections 2 and 3, 

Agricultural Societies Act ($6,500.83) 

Sundry Societies in: — Algoma, 18.85; Brant, 582.81; Bruce, 322.97; Dufferin, 
206.17; Essex, 312.53; Haliburton, 41.09; Halton, 511.83; Huron, 432.09; Kent, 
500.00; Leeds, 500.00; Manitoulin, 54.87; Norfolk, 88.65; Northumberland, 
80.15; Ontario, 142.38; Parry Sound, 109.68; Peel, 170.42; Perth, 223.86; Rainy 
River, 500.00; Russell, 175.16; Simcoe, 353.45; Sudbury, 43.57; Temiskaming, 
102.96; Waterloo, 371.34; Welland, 71.20; Wellington, 423.05; Wentworth, 73.30; 
York, 88.45 6,500 83 

To Encourage Local Plowing Matches, to be Paid in Grants or Otherwise, 
as may be approved by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council ($4,170.80) 

Sundry Societies in: — Algoma, 235.65; Brant, 125.00; Carleton, 50.00; Durham, 
50.00; Frontenac, 50.00; Glengarry, 40.00; Grenville, 50.00; Grey, 291.00; 
Haldimand, 75.00; Haldimand and Brant United, 50.00; Halton, 60.00; Kenora, 
9.00; Kent, 73.00; Leeds, 50.00; Lincoln, 96.15; Manitoulin, 81.00; Middlesex, 
44.00; Muskoka, 39.25; Nipissing, 125.00; Norfolk, 50.00; Ontario, 100.00; 
Oxford, 75.00; Peel, 73.00; Perth, 71.75; Peterborough, 50.00; Prescott, 100.00; 
Russell, 95.00; Simcoe, 172.75; Stormont West, 50.00; Victoria, 62.00; Waterloo, 
250.00; Welland, 50.00; Wentworth, 92.00; York, 125.00 3,010 55 

Services and Expenses: 

Sundry Judges and Demonstrators, services, 450.00; expenses, 710.25 1,160 25 

Grants under Horticultural Societies Act ($11,747.55) 

Sundrv Societies in:— Algoma, 132.73; Brant, 249.33; Bruce, 352.98; Carleton, 
403.29; Cochrane, 228.67; Dundas, 126.03; Durham, 104.70; Elgin, 142.93; 
Essex, 266.88; Frontenac, 157.77; Grenville, 26.97; Grey, 173.70; Haldimand, 
77.11; Halton, 260.04; Hastings, 39.18; Huron, 134.00; Kent, 891.16; Lambton, 
302.09; Lanark, 170.20; Leeds, 134.21; Lincoln, 169.43; Manitoulin, 62.27; 
Middlesex, 282.25; Muskoka, 141.25; Norfolk, 186.59; Northumberland, 61.58; 
Ontario, 87.71; Oxford, 291.21; Parry Sound, 117.52; Peel, 29.43; Perth, 367.22; 
Peterborough, 60.46; Prescott, 64.18; Rainy River, 69.29; Renfrew, 266.63; 
Russell, 96.75; Simcoe, 495.67; Stormont, 111.56; Sudbury, 50.28; Temiskam- 
ing, 230.74; Thunder Bay, 93.95; Victoria, 284.01; Waterloo, 1,274.83; Welland, 
493.50; Wellington, 378.76; Wentworth, 211.32; York, 1,395.19 11,747 55, 

Special Grants under Section 25, Agricultural Societies Act ($1,822.50) 
Central Canada Exhibition Association 1,822 50 

Grants to Agricultural Societies notwithstanding Provisions of 
Agricultural Societies Act ($480.00) 

Sundry Societies 480 00 

Grants ($700.00) 

Ontario Plowmen's Association 250 00 

Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies 300 00 

Ontario Horticultural Association 150 00 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch $112,274 08 



Permanent: 



LIVE STOCK BRANCH 
Salaries ($13,957.01) 



D. V. Bromley, 1,333.33; C. Gardhouse, 1,500.00; R. H. Graham, 784.68; J. E. I. 
Hamlett, 1,150.00; B. N. Martin, 1,300.00; L. E. O'Neill, 3,833.33; F. B. 
Roberts, 1,150.00; W. P. Watson, 2,866.67; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 39.00 13,957 01 

Travelling Expenses ($1,911.15) 

R. H. Graham, 387.81; L. E. O'Neill, 506.74; W. P.Watson, 1,016.60 1,911 15 

Maintenance ($1,487.97) 

King's Printer, 1,223.95; Newspapers and periodicals, 27.75; telephone, 139.36; 

accounts under $100, 96.91 1,487 97 



A 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Grants: 



Live Stock Branch — Continued 
Educational and Demonstration Work, etc. ($16,068.84) 



Exhibitions and Fairs 269 00 

Horse and Cattle Shows 4,253 55 

Poultry Associations 486 00 

Associations Holding Sales of Pure-bred Stock 2,198 08 

Prizes: 

Boys' Club Work 2,254 66 

Judging, etc.: 

Sundry Persons, services, 336.50; expenses, 672.76 1,009 26 

Miscellaneous: 

City Properties, Ltd., 150.00; Department of Highways, 109.65; King's Printer, 
135.02; Sundry Persons, purchase of stock, 3,378.00; W. P. Watson, expenses 

re Sheep Campaign, 672.76; Cartage and freight, 982.88; accounts under 

$100, 169.98 5,598 29 

Expenses in Connection with Tuberculosis Testing Work ($18,895.29) 
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa 18,895 29 

Services and Expenses re Stallion Enrolment Act, etc. ($8,472.75) 

Inspectors, services, 1,632.00; expenses, 1,473.67 3,105 67 

Premiums for Pure-bred Stallions — Sundry Persons 5,362 50 

Miscellaneous — Commissioner of Police for Ontario 4 58 

Grants ($2,500.00) 

Canadian Hunter, Saddle and Light Horse Improvement Society 500 00 

Ontario Horse Breeders' Association 500 00 

Ontario Cattle Breeders' Association 500 00 

Stratford Horse Show 1,000 00 

Live Stock Branch $63,293 01 

INSTITUTES BRANCH 

Salaries ($20,209.95) 

Permanent: 

A. E. Barber, 1,233.33; I. W. Brodie, 1,022.20; M. A. Clarke, 2,666.67; F. P. 
Eadie, 2,000.00; A. M. Hamilton, 1,125.00; S. T. Harvey, 1,266.67; E. Hopkins, 
1,633.33; E. Kidd, 2,000.00; E. Slicter, 1,900.00; J. S. Wilkie, 1,200.00; I. M. 
Winterburn, 1,025.00 17,072 20 

Temporary: 

I. W. Brodie, 71.11; E. M. Collins, 1,533.32; G. A. Gray, 1,533.32 3,137 75 

Travelling Expenses ($1,058.96) 

M. A. Clarke, 572.54; F. P. Eadie, 452.68; Accounts under $25, 33.74 1,058 96 

Maintenance ($1,269.34) 

King's Printer, 955.40; Cartage, express and freight, 40.66; newspapers and 

periodicals, 75.85; telephone, 112.90; accounts under $100, 84.53 1,269 34 

Services, Travelling, Equipment, Grants, Supplies and Other Expenses ($40,922.22) 

Grants: 

Sundry Women's Institutes 5,271 50 

Sundry Lecturers: 

Services, 16,053.25; expenses, 15,750.34 31,803 59 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 3,367.22; Ryerson Press, 123.74;— Accounts under $100, 356.17. . 3,847 13 

Institutes Branch $63,460 47 



1942-43 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 17 



DAIRY BRANCH 

Salaries ($8,308.34) 
Permanent: 

J. L. Baker, 2,300.00; C. E. Lackner, 3,150.00; H. Netterfield, 1,266.67; L. 
Nicholson, 1,366.67 

Temporary: 

M. E. Douglas 

Travelling Expenses ($1,254.98) 

J. L. Baker, 610.44; C. E. Lackner, 644.54 

Maintenance ($978.23) 

King's Printer, 843.42; Cartage, express and freight, 34.80; telephone, 53.29; 

accounts under $100, 46.72 



Salaries ($71,189.22) 



Dairy Instruction and Inspection ($123,867.43) 



Permanent : 

Cheese Instruction: 

J. M. Bain, 1,875.00; H. B. Sandwith,2,300.00, 



8.083 34 



225 00 



1,254 98 



978 23 



4,175 00 



Creamery Instruction: 

T. C. Adams, 1,700.00; G. H. Barker, 1,800.00; P. J. Bogaerts, 1,700.00 
C. A. Davies, 1,700.00; W. R. Dunlop, 1,800.00; J. A. Hill, 1,700.00 
R. Johnston, 1,700.00; A. Legault, 1,700.00; P. S. MacDougall, 900.00 
W. S. McKenzie, 1,700.00; D. McMillan, 368.32; J. C. Palmer, 1,800.00 
J. Stubbs, 1,700.00 

Temporary: 

Cheese Instruction: 

G. H. Alguire, 1,399.95; J. M. Bain, 624.99; P. Blondin, 1,399.95; C. J 
Brennan, 1,849.95; G. E. Clarke, 1,337.73; D. Connell, 1,849.95; H. W 
Cunningham, 1,399.95; G. M. Elliott, 1,337.73; J. D. Henderson, 1,399.95 
J. H. Keyes, 1,399.95; C. A. Loucks, 1,399.95; W. C. Loughin, 1,399.95 
P. S. MacDougall, 505.00; G. I. Martin, 1,399.95; E. McAllister, 1,399.95 
J. McAllister, 1,399.95; O. J. McEvoy, 1,399.95; H. A. McKinley, 1,399.95 
G. A. McMillan, 1,399.95; S. H. McNeil, 1,399.95; J. A. Mitchell, 1,399.95 
W. J. Moore, 1,399.95; V. I. Morris, 555.25; J. A. Murray, 1,399.95 
W. T. Oliver, 1,399.95; G. W. Owens, 1,399.95; G. Pollard Jr., 1,849.95 
G. Rancier, 1,399.95; E. T. Rogers, 1,399.95; G. A. Sheriff, 1,399.95 
G. F. Wright, 1,399.95; Cheese Factory Instructors and Inspectors (part 
time) 4,636.50 

Travelling Expenses: 

T. C. Adams, 1,275.69; G. H. Alguire, 1,025.53; J. M. Bain, 2,282.93; G. H. 
Barker, 2,112.15; P. Blondin, 1,023.58; P. J. Bogaerts, 1,661.15; C. J. Brennan 
1,085.25; S. S. Cheetham, 101.30; G. E. Clarke, 920.42; D. Connell, 916.40 
H. W. Cunningham, 915.58; C. A. Davies, 1,458.40; W. R. Dunlop, 1,362.65 
G. M. Elliott, 982.07; A. L. Gibson, 250.88; J. D. Henderson, 1,096.38; J. A 
Hill, 1,406.77; R. Johnston, 1,605.85; J. H. Keyes, 992.23; A. Legault.l, 956.85 

C. A. Loucks, 1,194.88; W. C. Loughin, 1,090.58; P. S. MacDougall, 1,083.54 
A. E. Martin, 39.60; G. I. Martin, 993.68; E. McAllister, 943.48; J. McAllister 
981.38; O. J. McEvoy, 990.78; W. S. McKenzie, 1,482.25; H. A. McKinley, 935.98 

D. McMillan, 392.30; G. A. McMillan, 914.48; S. H. McNeil, 1,021.63; J. A 
Mitchell, 1,051.53; W. J. Moore, 954.33; J. A. Murray, 990.78; W. T. Oliver 
1,154.13; G. W. Owens, 1,044.18; J. C. Palmer, 1,131.05; G. Pollard Jr., 1,062.78 
G. Rancier, 935.43; E. T. Rogers, 1,005.73; H. B. Sandwith, 1,060.37; G. A 
Sheriff, 987.98; J. Stubbs, 1,239.95; G. F. Wright, 913.08 

Miscellaneous: 

A. Burgess, services, 861.11; Cherry-Burrell Corporation of Canada, Ltd., 
338.15; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 124.76; A. Herns, 169.95; King's Printer, 558.37; 

Sundry Persons, washing bottles, 102.62; Postage, 77.09; telephone, 71.37; 

accounts under $100, 346.85 



20,268 32 



46,745 90 



50,027 94 



2,650 27 



Dairy Branch $134,408 98 



A 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

MILK CONTROL BOARD OF ONTARIO 

Salaries ($13,216.72) 
Permanent : 

A. P. Clark, 666.72; J. C. Cumberland, 2,000.00; A. H. Lowe, 1,050.00; C. M. 
Meek, 4,500.00; J. B. Nelson, 2,766.67; W. Pardv, 1,000.00; E. D. Redden, 
1,233.33 13,216 72 

Allowance to Member of the Board ($1,287.50) 

E. Kitchen at $12.50 per diem 1,287 50 

Travelling Expenses ($2,508.61) 

A. P. Clark, 55.36; J. C. Cumberland, 1,295.63; E. Kitchen, 45.75; C. M. Meek, 

723.73; J. B. Nelson, 388.14 2,508 61 

Maintenance ($981.46) 

King's? Printer, 700.50; Telegrams, 53.37; telephone, 129.10; accounts under 

$100, 98.49 981 46 

Services and Expenses in Connection with Administration, Inspection and 
Enforcement of The Milk Control Act of Ontario ($23,347.78) 

Salaries ($13,815.92) 
Permanent: 

C. Chambers, 1,700.00; A. P. Clark, 1,133.28; T. G. Hicks, 1,125.00; E. D. 
Johnson, 1,600.00; W. L. Misener, 1,633.33; R. E. Randle, 1,275.00; H. B. 
Welsh, 1,566.67 10,033 28 

Temporary : 

M. R. Bovenizer, 355.24; M. A. Cameron, 108.67; M. L. Clark, 643.75; 
J. M. Glen, 375.00; T. G. Hicks, 375.00; R. E. Randle, 424.98; G. E. Wynn, 
1,500.00 3,782 64 

Travelling Expenses: 

C. Chambers, 1,205.70; A. P. Clark, 1,158.93; T. G. Hicks, 956.40; E. D. John- 
son, 1,096.70; W. L. Misener, 1,129.80; R. E. Randle, 1,519.97; H. B. Welsh, 
1,604.14; G. E. Wynn, 1,141.18 9,812 82 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 435.94; Accounts under $100, 183.10 619 04 

Total $24,247 78 

Less: Refund, Commodity Prices Stabilization Corpora- 
tion, Limited 900 00 

$23,347 78 
Milk Control Board of Ontario $41,342 07 

FRUIT BRANCH 

Salaries ($10,650.00) 

Permanent: 

G. Boehler, 1,366.67; J. A. Goldie, 2,000.00; P. W. Hodgetts, 3,750.00; G. Rush, 

2,000.00; H. M. Webster, 1,533.33 10,650 00 

Travelling Expenses ($1,345.76) 

J. A. Goldie, 915.93; G. Rush, 429.83 1,345 76 

Maintenance ($112.94) 
Telephone, 48.01 ; accounts under $100, 64.93 1 12 94 

Fruit Work, including Expenditure under The Plant 
Diseases Act, etc. ($10,835.28) 

Municipalities, Half Cost of Inspection: 

Beamsville, 2.40; Clinton, 43.99; Collingwood ,25.00; Grantham, 28.75; Grimsby, 
12 50; Grimsby North, 80.00; Hespeler, 25.00; Louth, 87.75; Niagara, 25.00; 
Pelham, 33.30; Saltfleet, 132.08; Stamford, 21.30; Stoney Creek, 12.50 529 57 



1942-43 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 19 



Fruit Branch — Continued 
Fruit Work, etc. — Continued 

Inspectors: 

Sundry Inspectors, services, 1,371.00; expanses, 1,109.62 



2,480 62 



Miscellaneous: 

Canadian Horticultural Council, 200.00; King's Printer, 2,128.48; Niagara 

Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 1,480.92; Pay List, wages of men, 3,546.22; Postage, 

94.61; telephone, 72.81; accounts under $100, 302.05 7,825 09 

Grants ($1,700.00) 

Fruit Growers' Association of Ontario 600 00 

Entomological Society of Ontario 300 00 

Ontario Beekeepers' Association 200 00 

Ontario Vegetable Growers' Association 600 00 



Pre-Cooling Station, Brighton, Equipment, Services and Expenses ($4,699.07) 
Services and Expenses: 

G. C. Carson, expenses, 33.59; H. M. Webster, expenses, 295.13 



328 72 



Miscellaneous: 

Armstrong Cork and Insulation Co., Ltd., 773.83; Brighton Hydro-Electric 
System, 559.48; Brighton Public Utilities Commission, 163.76; Canadiah Ice 
Machine Co., Ltd., 256.50; Houston Co., Ltd., 323.60; Ontario Government 

Cold Storage, Thedford, 390.90; Pay list, wages of men, 1,625.84; Cartage, 

express and freight, 61.00; telephone, 91.79; accounts under $100, 123.65 



4,370 35 



Horticultural Experiment Station, Vineland 

Salaries ($38,550.59) 
Permanent: 

J. V. Ashwood, 1,125.00; D. L. Bailey, 1,500.00; G. A. Ball, 1,125.00; A. W. Barber 
1,125.00; I. G. Burkholder, 1,200.00; S. J. Cass, 1,300.00; G. H. Dickson, 2,550.00 
H. T. Eggleton, 1,125.00; B. Gee, 975.00; C. B. Kelly, 1,500.00; G. Marlow 
1,300.00; E. F. Palmer, 3,833.33; J. Peacock, 1,125.00; S. Peacock, 1,125.00 
O. J. Robb, 2,700.00; W. H. Stephenson, 100.00; W. J. Strong, 2,500.00; T 
Thornton, 1,300.00; W. H. Upshall, 3,000.00; J. R. vanHaarlem, 2,466.67 
G. Webb, 1,200.00; L. F. Webb, 608.87; S. Wylie, 1,600.00 

Temporary: 

S. D. Atyeo, 648.29; H. K. Mover, 823.27; W. T. Wasley, 695.16 , 



36,383 87 
2,166 72 



Services, Travelling and Other Expenses ($18,667.67) 
Services : 

Graduate Assistants, Farm Hands and Firemen 



Travelling Expenses: 

G. H. Dickson, 28.61; C. B. Kelly, 278.67; E. 
32.13; W. H. Upshall, 94.86; J. R. vanHaarlem, 
22.18 



F. Palmer, 315.84; O. J. Robb, 
154.51; Accounts under $25, 



4,298 54 



926 80 



Miscellaneous: 

Beaver Lumber Co., Ltd., 195.12; R. S. Book & Sons, 219.01; Canadian Indus- 
tries, Ltd., 175.00; Central Scientific Company of Canada, Ltd., 126.13; Cities 
Service Oil Co., Ltd., 617.48; Coulter Copper & Brass Co., Ltd., 165.00; Coy 
Bros., 399.63; S. M. Culp & Co., 171.79; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 111.12 
W. E. Hill & Bro., 152.05; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 833.01 
King's Printer, 369.82; P. Marshall, 220.00; Niagara Packers, Ltd., 1,151.28 
Red & White Stores, 144.31; Vineland Growers' Co-operative, Ltd., 5,281.91 

L. J. Washer, Ltd., 281.29; Cartage, express and freight, 63.08; newspapers 

and periodicals, 71.76; postage, 637.69; telephone, 277.14; accounts under $100, 
1,778.71 



13,442 33 



A 20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Fruit Branch — Continued 

Horticultural Experiment Station, Vineland — Continued 

Repairs and Alterations ($987.27) 

R. E. Book & Sons, 173.33; W. G. Fletcher, 335.85; Lord & Burnham Co., Ltd., 

228.67; Accounts under $100, 249.42 987 27 

Fruit Branch $87,548 58 

AGRICULTURAL REPRESENTATIVES BRANCH 

Salaries ($12,835.41) 
Permanent: 

N. J. Cooper, 647.50; R. S. Duncan, 3,833.33; B. Ellis, 1,433.33; R. W. Froom, 

1,183.33; A. H. S. Martin, 3,300.00; E. L. Mitchell, 925.00; W. Wilson, 1,125.00. 12,447 49 

Temporary : 

A. Stonehouse 387 92 

Travelling Expenses ($1,463.20) 

R. S. Duncan, 650.18; A. H. S. Martin, 791.17; Accounts under $25, 21.85 1,463 20 

Maintenance ($2,410.12) 

King's Printer, 1,439.31; Cartage, express and freight, 62.99; telegrams, 91.24; 

telephone, 485.40; accounts under $100, 331.18 2,410 12 

County Offices 

Agricultural Representative Work, Services, Expenses 
and Equipment ($309,069.11) 

Algoma: 

Salaries: J. M. Macintosh, 3,000.00; N. L. Sargeant, 900.00; Expenses, 1,460.14. 5,360 14 

Brant: 

Salaries: A. M. Barr, 2,600.00; E. G. Bell, 1,050.00; Expenses, 1,651.16 5,301 16 

Bruce: 

Salaries: G. R. Gear, 1,866.67; A. Scanlan, 1,050.00; Expenses, 1,565.74 4,482 41 

Carleton: 

Salaries: W. M. Croskery, 3,000.00; P. M. Grace, 900.00; Expenses, 2,260.74 6,160 74 

Cochrane North: 

Salaries: D. J. Pomerleau, 2,400.00; E. G. LaRoche, 900.00; Expenses, 765.66. . . 4,065 66 

Cochrane South: 

Salaries: L. H. Hanlan, 2,900.00; J. Boivin, 150.00; E. Champagne, 664.58; 

Expenses, 1,949.09 5,663 67 

Cochrane West: 

Salaries: W. Montcalm, 1,900.00; M. Adam, 206.25; M. DeChamplain, 655.42; 

Expenses, 1,937.02 4,698 69 

Dufferin: 

Salaries: F. K. B. Stewart, 1,966.67; R. L. Baltzer, 1,050.00; Expenses, 1,673.25. 4,689 92 

Dundas and West Stormont: 

Salaries: H. W. Graham, 2,850.00; F. H. Cotton, 875.00; M. K. Schwerdtfeger, 

825.00; Expenses, 1,333.97 5,883 97 

Durham: 

Salaries: E. A. Summers, 2,300.00; E. E. Couch, 750.00; M. A. Morton, 40.83; 

Expenses, 1,599.42 4,690 25 

Elgin: 

Salaries: F. S. Thomas, 3,000.00; M. G. Cheesman, 925.00; B. W. Smith, 1,566.67; 

Expenses, 2,754.63 8,246 30 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 21 

Agricultural Representatives Branch — Continued 

County Offices — Continued 
Essex: 

Salaries: A. McKenney, 3,000.00; M. Crawford, 1,050.00; Expenses, 1,531.30.. . . 5,581 30 

Frontenac: 

Salaries: A. W. Sirett, 2,466.67; E. M. Lake, 1,125.00; Expenses, 740.45 4,332 12 

Glengarry and East Stormont: 

Salaries: J. A. Dalrymple, 1,866.67; L. B. Lalonde, 1,000.00; Expenses, 1,364.74 4,231 41 

Grenville: 

Salaries: H. G. MacLeod, 1,900.00; M. W. Timleck, 1,050.00; Expenses, 1,394.90 4,344 90 

Grey: 

Salaries: T. S. Cooper, 3,000.00; L. G. Brown, 250.00; E. J. Colgan, 1,050.00; 

F. H. Cotton, 450.00; Expenses, 2,269.31 7,019 31 

Haldimand: 

Salaries: A. G. Skinner, 2,400.00; G. O. Gowan, 162.50; G. O. MacDonald, 812.50; 

Expenses, 1,262.19 4,637 19 

Halton: 

Salaries: J. E. Whitelock, 3,000.00; H. M. Chisholm, 565.00; M. G. Downs, 

365.63; Expenses, 1,152.22 5,082 85 

Hastings: 

Salaries: H. L. Fair, 1,900.00; L. G. Wood, 850.00; Expenses, 1,259.34 4,009 34 

Huron: 

Salaries: J. C. Shearer, 3,000.00; M. R. G. Henderson, 850.00; Expenses, 1,644.28. 5,494 28 

Kenora: 

Salaries: D. E. MacRae, 2,400.00; L. G. Nagle, 900.00; Expenses, 1,617.73 4,917 73 

Kent: 

Salaries: J. A. Garner, 2,900.00; N. C. Johnston, 1,125.00; Expenses, 2,217.30. . . 6,242 30 

Lambton: 

Salaries: W- P. Macdonald, 3,000.00; M. G. McVicar, 750.21; Expenses, 1,568.90 5,319 11 

Lanark: 

Salaries: W. A. Davidson, 2,166.67; M. L. Cameron, 1,050.00; Expenses, 1,113.28 4,329 95 

Leeds: 

Salaries: J. R. Ostler, 2,166.67; C. E. Latimer, 925.00; Expenses, 1,594.73 4,686 40 

Lennox and Addington: 

Salaries: C. W. Buchanan, 2,900.00; C. R. Taylor, 1,050.00; Expenses, 814.96. . . 4,764 96 

Lincoln: 

Salaries: E. F. Neff, 3,000.00; E. J. Hill, 593.75; E. J. Strong, 406.25; Expenses, 

1,799.16 5,799 16 

Manitoulin: 

Salaries: R. C. Banbury, 2,100.00; J. Langford, 975.00; Expenses, 1,725.03 4,800 03 

Middlesex: 

Salaries: W. K. Riddell, 2,800.00; L. G. Brown, 250.00; L. S. Simpson, 1,050.00; 

Expenses, 2,501.62 6,601 62 

Muskoka and Parry Sound: 

Salaries: R. M. Tipper, 3,000.00; E. S. McAlpine, 676.21; Expenses, 2,692.12.. . . 6,368 33 

Xipissing: 

Salaries: F. C. McRae, 2,466.67; M. E. Gauthier, 925.00; Expenses, 1,724.20.. . . 5,115 87 



A 22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Agricultural Representatives Branch — Continued 

County Offices — Continued 
Norfolk: 

Salaries: G. G. Bramhill, 2,600.00; E. B. Thomson, 825.00; Expenses, 1,655.29. . 5,080 29 

Northumberland: 

Salaries: I. MacLeod, 2,400.00; V. McCormick, 900.00; Expenses, 1,421.17 4,721 17 

Ontario: 

Salaries: F. M. Campbell, 1,866.67; M. E. Webster, 850.00; Expenses, 1,353.66.. 4,070 33 

Oxford: 

Salaries: G. R. Green, 3,000.00; J. B. Matheson, 1,600.00; J. Robinson, 1,050.00; 

Expenses, 1,733.79 7,383 79 

Peel: 

Salaries: E. A. Innes, 2,200.00; B. S. Beer, 191.66; M. E. Gee, 191.13; M. I. 

Moffatt, 592.74; Expenses, 1,399.04 4,574 57 

Perth: 

Salaries:R. E. White, 2,900.00; A. Regan, 1,050.00; Expenses, 1,832.51 5,782 51 

Peterborough : 

Salaries: F. C. Paterson, 3,000.00; E. A. Scott, 1,050.00; Expenses, 2,118.46 6,168 46 

Prescott and Russell: 

Salaries: F. Larose, 3,000.00; M. A. L. Lalonde, 788.12; Expenses, 1,412.98 5,201 10 

Prince Edward: 

Salaries: F. J. Webster, 2,700.00; A. G. Grubbe, 1,500.00; R. C. Hubbs, 850.00; 

Expenses, 1,729.60 6,779.60 

Rainy River: 

Salaries: E. S. Marr, 1,900.00; M. A. J. Ryan, 1,050.00; Expenses, 1,495.51 4,445 51 

Renfrew : 

Salaries: F. Q. Dench, 2,100.00; M. M. Kelly, 1,050.00; Expenses, 2,018.77 5,168 77 

Simcoe North: 

Salaries: S. L. Page, 2,800.00; A. I. W. Culbert, 1,050.00; Expenses, 2,876.24. . . . 6,726 24 

Simcoe South: 

Salaries: F. A. Lashley, 2,166.67; E. E. Carter, 1,050.00; Expenses, 1,941.81 5,158 48 

Sudbury: 

Salaries: R. Leroux, 2,000.00; C. D. Paradis, 1,050.00; Expenses, 1,229.41 4,279 41 

Temiskaming: 

Salaries: M. F. Cook, 2,600.00; A. E. Blain, 975.00; Expenses, 1,199.48 4,774 48 

Thunder Bay: 

Salaries: N. W. Harrison, 2,500.00; C. H. Rae, 1,050.00; Expenses, 1,446.62 4,996 62 

Victoria : 

Salaries: M. H. Winter, 3,000.00; P. A. Blanchard, 925.00; Expenses, 1,403.33. . 5,328 33 

Waterloo: 

Salaries: E. I. McLoughry, 2,900.00; M. I. Brown, 925.00; Expenses, 2,783.79.. . 6,608 79 

Welland: 

Salaries: J. Wilson, 2,233.33; M. A. Hagar, 825.00; Expenses, 1,104.24 4,162 57 

Wellington: 

Salaries: S. B. Stothers, 3,000.00; M. M. Scanlan, 1,050.00; Expenses, 2,136.67. . 6,186 67 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A_23 

Agricultural Representatives Branch — Continued 

County Offices — Continued 
Wentworth : 

Salaries: VV. G. Marritt, 3,000.00; P. M. Walker, 1,050.00; Expenses, 2,272.04.. . 6,322 04 

York: 

Salaries: W. M. Cockburn, 3,000.00; A. A. Atkins, 900.00; T. R. Hilliard, 362.50; 

W. A. Sutherland, 875.00; Expenses, 2,507.80 7,645 30 

Short Courses: Lecturers and Instructors, Services, Expenses, etc.: 

L. A. Arnold, 191.42; G. S. Atkins, 141.94; H. H. Averv, 122.24; W. C. Barrie, 
107.52; D. A. Bell, 198.66; F. H. Bell, 160.35; K. M.' Betzner, 106.80; G. A. 
Boyington, 232.45; R. C. Brady, 61.53; C. Branton, 59.49; W. E. Burchell, 
140.99; G. L. Bushfield, 313.42; W. E. Cardiff, 174.83; C. M. Collins, 214.04; 

F. H. Cotton, 48.00; C. Dale, 195.16; R. H. Davis, 243.85; H. Dobrindt, 47.11; 
L. D. Earl, 133.90; G. Forbes, 253.77; H. Gehring, 230.62; General Films, Ltd., 
648.00; C. Graham, 270.24; A. Hanshaw, 178.20; W. A. Hansler, 133.70; R. B. 
Hare, 228.40; A. Harvie, 211.70; W. Hawke, 44.47; W. Holmes, 128.59; H. A. 
Hossfeld, 203.63; C. L. Huntsman, 70.45; A. G. Ireton, 161.88; L. Jackson, 172.15; 
W. G. Johnson, 407.90; A. Johnston, 290.01 ; J. S. Kilpatrick, 232.12; J. P. Landon, 
123.66; G. Lawrence, 121.22; Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., 538.39; L. Maurice, 
247.18; G. McGavin, 135.47; N. G. McLeod, 97.46; J. C. McMahon, 217.15> 
N. McPherson, 232.13; M. McWhinnie, 155.46; C. V. Medcalf, 29.00; R. W. 
Morrison, 268.80; W. A. Muir, 27.75; W. Nancekivell, 196.85; W. T. New, 253.94; 
R. W. Ormand, 196.20; L. Packham, 65.15; W. L. Pearson, 133.75; F. R. Perkins, 
257.11; U. Pilon, 13.00; H. A. Porter, 278.15; W. B. Reyolds, 195.12; J. F. 
Robinson, 113.90; M. Robson, 139.88; G. T. Rogers, 225.57; H. D. Russell, 
222.70; G. A. Scott, 434.28; R. Shaver, 166.00; B. Siim, 272.80; R. Sitter, 28.10; 
J. Steckle, 134.64; M. Stelck, 209.76; W. Taylor, 210.90; E. Uren, 123.82; G. H. 
VanSickle, 123.35; J. G. Watson, 29.65; M. Wilkins, 234.49; O. J. Wright, 90.16; 

C. Young, 303.48 13,605 95 

Miscellaneous: 

J. A. Garner, travelling expenses, 379.65; G. Angus German, Ltd., 638.43; King's 
Printer, 8,480.77; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 497.23; Sundry Persons, judg- 
ing competitions, services and expenses, 273.32; Women's Association, Norfolk 

St. United Church, Guelph, re banquet, Club Contests, 162.50; Newspapers 

and periodicals, 353.02; accounts under $100, 192.14 10,977 06 

Grant ($1,750.00) 
Canadian Council on Boys' and Girls' Club Work 1,750 00 

Agricultural Representatives Branch $327,527 84 

CROPS, SEEDS AND WEEDS BRANCH 

Salaries ($7,875.58) 
Permanent : 

J. D. MacLeod, 2,666.67; W. J. Stephen, 2,400.00; D. J. Wiggins, 162.50; Public 

Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 48.00 5,277 17 

Temporary: 

G. Danska, 900.00; J. M. Glen, 135.08; D. J. Joncas, 857.08; E. Wallace, 706.25. 2,598 41 

Travelling Expenses ($1,976.34) 

J. D. MacLeod, 710.49; W. J. Stephen, 1,265.85 1,976 34 

Maintenance ($1,105.44) 

King's Printer, 817.94; Cartage, express and freight, 42.23; telegrams, 54.00; 

telephone, 164.87; accounts under $100, 26.40 1,105 44 

Administration of The Weed Control Act, Crop Improvement 
Work, etc. ($11,222.39) 

Services, 4,231.50; Expenses, 4,274.09: 

J. A. Berry, 219.32; W. E. Breckon, 49.10; J. T. Cassin, 1,547.04; R. E. Cura- 
mings, 518.34; P. J. Lafleur, 556.03; E. M. Macdonnell, 625.82; Sundry Persons 
attending conventions, 1,724.79; C. C. Tennant, 2,221.91; T. B. Wall, 621.88; 
W. M. Wallace, 421.36 8,505 59 



A 24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Crops, Seeds and Weeds Branch — Continued 

Administration of The Weed Control Act, etc. — Continued 
Prizes: 

Boys' Grain and Potato Clubs, sundry persons 889 00 

Miscellaneous: 

Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, 107.70; J. A. Fournier, 155.00; King's 

Printer, 612.75; Cartage, express and freight, 42.45; accounts under $100, 

909.90 1,827 80 

Subventions — Seed Cleaning Plants ($1,500.00) 

Lynn Seed Cleaners' Association, 250.00; R. R. Montgomery, 250.00; W. C. Mont- 
gomery, 250.00; Plainville Seed Cleaning Co., 250.00; Sudbury Crop Improve- 
ment Association, 250.00; A. Walker, 250.00 1,500 00 

Subventions — Freight on Agricultural Lime ($1,996.72) 

Canada Crushed Stone, Ltd., 130.25; Federal Lime, Ltd., 22.50; North American 

Cyanamid, Ltd., 1,843.97 1,996 72 

Grants — Ontario Crop Improvement Associations and District 
» Seed Growers' Associations ($6,458.62) 

Ottawa Valley Seed Fair 250 00 

Quinte District Seed Fair 250 00 

Sundry Crop Improvement Associations 5,958 62 

Crops, Seeds and Weeds Branch $32,135 09 

CO-OPERATION AND MARKETS BRANCH 

Salaries ($12,765.20) 

Permanent: 

R. E. Goodin, 1,900.00; I.V.Logan, 1,215.20; B. McDonald, 1,800.00; W.Newman, 
3,500.00; G. F. Perkin, 3,000.00; W. R. Peters, 1,350.00 12,765 20 

Travelling Expenses ($1,257.14) 
W. Newman, 408.39; G. F. Perkin, 848.75 1,257 14 

Maintenance ($1,671.80) 

King's Printer, 1,157.32; Telegrams, 101.54; telephone, 388.79; accounts under 

$100, 24.15 1,671 80 

Services and Expenses re The Farm Products Control Act, etc. ($3,993.57) 

Sundry Persons, Services, 1,380.00; Expenses, 1,646.03: 

R. E. Goodin, 488.86; W. R. Graham, 32.86; W. R. Peters, 700.97; H. N. Webster, 

1,803.34 3,026 03 

Miscellaneous: 

Advisory Corn Committee, 500.00; King's Printer, 470.50; Telephone, 37.86; 

accounts under $100, 209.18; Less refund, Ontario Strawberry Growers' 

Marketing Board, 1941-42, 250.00 967 54 

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

Co-operative de Lin de St. Isidore 5,000 00 

Co-operation and Markets Branch $24,687 71 

KEMPTVILLE AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL 

General Office 

Salaries ($8,870.95) 
Permanent: 

J. H. Bond, 707.66; J. Dougherty, 975.00; M. H. Dulmage, 380.04; B. J. Groskopf, 
975.00; R. G. Latimer, 893.75; M. C. McPhail, 3,600.00; B. M. Slettebo, 731.25; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 52.00 8.314 70 



1942-43 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 25 



Kemptville Agricultural School — Continued 
General Office — Salaries — Continued 



Temporary: 

J. A. Berry, 350.00; M. G. Millar, 206.25. 



Expenses ($8,167.21) 

Travelling Expenses: 

IdaLeroux, 5.45; M.C.McPhail, 720.47; J. L.Malcolmson, 33.92; O. A. Paladichuk, 
32.05 

Miscellaneous: 

Anderson's Department Store, Ltd., 570.02; W. A. Barnes & Sons, 213.90; J. R. 
Bresnan & Sons, 445.71; Dominion Concrete Co., Ltd., 548.09; Kemptville Cream- 
eries, Ltd., 135.55; Kemptville Hydro-Electric Commission, 1,394.21; King's 

Printer, 255.92; Pay List, wages of men, 2,014.00; Cartage, express and 

freight, 98.56; newspapers and priodicals, 40.79; postage, 264.00; telephone, 
423.62; accounts under $100, 1,145.95 — Less refund Dominion Government, 
175.00 

Repairs and Alterations ($2,818.40) 

Anderson's Department Store, Ltd., 189.96; R. H. Bailey, 217.50; W. A. Barnes 
& Sons, 210.00; E. Bush, 846.31; H. M. Earle, 147.60; Kemptville Hydro-Electric 
Commission, 122.97; McMaster Lumber Co., Ltd., 638.49; Scarfe & Co., Ltd., 
188.36; Accounts under $100, 257.21 



556 25 



791 89 



7,375 32 



2,818 40 



Divisions 

Salaries, Wages, Travelling Expenses, Equipment, Purchase and Maintenance 
of Stock, General Expenses ($47,586.91) 



Home Economics 

Animal and Field Husbandry 

Chemistry 

Farm Mechanics 

Poultry 

Horticulture 

Dairy 



Salaries 

2,211 50 

6,812 50 

2,550 00 

321 00 

3,637 50 

4,868 75 

3,812 50 



Expenses 

208 26 

13,177 23 

2,177 90 

15 78 

3,782 89 

2,478 70 

1.532 40 



Total 

2.419 76 
19,989 73 

4,727 90 

336 78 

7.420 39 
7,347 45 
5,344 90 



Salaries, Permanent: 
Home Economics: 

B. L. Bridges, 779.56; R. B. Rorke, 994.44. 



24,213 75 23,373 16 47,586 91 



Animal and Field Husbandry: 

W. A. Crawford, 975.00; A. Johnston, 1,062.50; J. B. Mullen, 975.00; A. D. 
Runions, 2,600.00; T. E. Whates, 1,200.00 

Chemistry: 

W. B. George 



Farm Mechanics: 
F. J. Parish... 



Poultry: 

J. F. Fraser , 

Horticulture: 

J. E. Colborne, 893.75; A. J. Logsdail, 3,000.00; R. A. Milne, 975.00, 

Dairy: 

E. M. Buck, 309.38; A. L. Gibson, 3,000.00 



Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment 



Salaries, Temporary: 
Home Economics: 

J. L. Malcomson, 150.00; G. I. Nichols, 137.50; O. A. Paladichuk, 150.00 . 



1,774 00 



6,812 


50 


2,550 00 


191 


66 


2,587 


50 


4,868 


75 


3,309 


38 


84 


34 



437 50 



A 26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Kemptville Agricultural School — Continued 

Divisions — Continued 
Salaries — Temporary — Continued 

Farm Mechanics: 

B. L. Young 45 00 

Poultry: 

I. E. Mullen 1,050 00 

Dairy: 

R. G. Brown, 400.00; E. M. Buck, 103.12 503 12 

Travelling Expenses: 

B. L. Bridges, 46.45; J. F. Fraser, 348.71; W. B. George, 906.85; A. J. Logsdail, 

166.62; A. D. Runions, 371.05; B. L. Young, 511.41; Accounts under $25, 

14.68 2,365 77 

Expenses: 

Anderson's Department Store, Ltd., 301.33; J. F. Barnard's Sons, Ltd., 6,284.83; 
W. A. Barnes & Sons, 106.77; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 624.51; Canadian 
National Live Stock Records, 118.75; W. E. Dean, 500.00; Dominion Concrete 
Co., Ltd., 163.56; Ernst Bros. Co., Ltd. 850.00; R. Henderson, 530.50; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., 244.57; Kemptville Creameries, Ltd., 948.25; S. McConnell, 185.70; 
E. E. McKendry, 160.25; Pay List, wages of men, 6,682.81; Pelton & Reynolds, 

304.38; S. H. Sparks, 110.00; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 944.50; Cartage, 

express and freight, 54.20; postage, 107.50; accounts under $100, 1,784.98 21,007 39 

Kemptville Agricultural School $67,443 47 



ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE, GUELPH 

Salaries ($42,918.28) 

Permanent: 

H. T. Batt, 1,941.67; V. R. Brown, 2,375.00; J. S. Glover, 2,766.67; F. J. Grundy, 
787.50; W. A. Harris, 1,2 25.00; A. H. Kennedy, 1,875.00; N. McColl, 1,200.00; 
C. D. McGilvray, 5,400.00; R. A. Mcintosh, 3,600.00; L. M. Nott, 925.00; 
C. E. Phillips, 1,575.00; F. W. Schofield, 3,000.00; A. L. Shepherd, 2,066.67; 
E. M. M. Shepherd, 587.50;. A. Turner, 1,200.00; M. Urquhart, 925.00; A. G. 
Walsh, 731.25; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 
192.00 32,373^26 

Temporary: 

J. W. Barnett, 1,200.00; H. T. Batt, 624.99; J. K. Blair, 71.45; G. Cairns, 2,100.00; 
R. F. Colgate, 150.00; R. Connell, 1,376.29; F. J. Cote, 500.00; W. J. R. Fowler, 
2,500.00; F. J. Grundy, 262.50; A. H. Kennedy, 624.99; C. L. McKinnon, 178.55 
C. E. Phillips, 525.00; E. M. M. Shepherd, 187.50; A. G. Walsh, 243.75 10,5 45 02 

Travelling Expenses ($464.13) 

J. S. Glover, 23.00; C. D. McGilvray, 283.25; R. A. Mcintosh, 90.60; C. E. Phillips, 

34.93; F. W. Schofield, 32.35 464 13 

Maintenance ($8,496.35) 

John Armstrong, Ltd., 213.56; Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 341.27; H. Gillies, 148.75; 
W. Gramlich, 1,453.60; Guelph Paper Box Co., Ltd., 206.38; King's Printer, 
1,203.60; J. E. McDonald, 262.85; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 154.89 ; 
R. Stewart, Ltd., 430.34; Strome's Cartage, 582.45; Students' Co-operative 

Association, 103.33; West Disinfecting Co., 104.20; Cartage, express and 

freight, 149.02; newspapers and periodicals, 129.57; postage, 870.00; telephone, 

776.36; accounts under $100, 1,366.18 8,496 35 

Scholarships and Prizes ($112.15) 

Birks-Ellis-Ryrie, Ltd., 33.00; Macmillan Company of Canada, Ltd., 47.15; Students' 

Co-operative Association, Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph, 32.00 112 15 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 27 

Ontario Veterinary College, Guelph — Continued 

Research, Investigation and Extension Work, etc. ($9,222.92) 

Central Scientific Company of Canada, Ltd., 2,514.17; Doughty & McFarlane, 
445.53; G. H. Kohl, 215.40; Lederle Laboratories, Inc., 162.94; Liquor Control 
Board of Ontario, 150.55; A. Stewart, Ltd., 567.77; R. Stewart, Ltd., 101.85; 
Sundry Persons, assisting in laboratory, 808.40; Sundry Veterinary Doctors, 

blood samples, vaccinations, tests, etc., 3,614.70; Telephone, 51.79; accounts 

under $100, 743.52— Less refund Dominion Government, re alcohol, 153.70 9,222 92 

Provincial Zoologist 

Salaries ($3,800.00) 
Permanent: 

L. Stevenson 3,800 00 

Ontario Veterinary College, Guelph $65,013 83 



Permanent: 



WESTERN ONTARIO EXPERIMENTAL FARM, RIDGETOWN 
Salaries ($15,986.00) 



W. E. Barr, 1,125.00; A. R. Fraser, 1,125.00; G. H. Griffin, 1,200.00; E. I. Hors- 
man, 975.00; J. Humble, 1,050.00; G. W. Mackay, 1,200.00; J. J. Neilson, 
2,700.00; F. W. Ozanne, 975.00; J. C. Steckley, 3,500.00; T. White, 1,200.00; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 36.00 15,086 00 

Temporary: 

F. Humble ! 900 00 

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

Supplies, Travelling Expenses, Educational and Experimental 

Work, Contingencies ($16,998.92) 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. J. Neilson, 366.18; J. C. Steckley, 762.28; T. White, 20.65 1,149 11 

Miscellaneous: 

N. M. Bartlett Spray Works, 177.40; Canada Wood Products, Ltd., 221.00; 
Canadian Industries, Ltd., 410.31; Canadian National Live Stock Records, 
156.50; D. Cole, 116.63; Bruce Cummings, 625.00; W. Davison, 112.50; Douglas 
Seed Co., 234.70; Experimental Station, Harrow, 346.00; W. H. Goodhue, 
166.64; F. Hogan, 825.00; T. Hore, 683.68; Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario, 262.79; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 439.66; C. W. Johnston, 127.29; Kearney's 
Garage, 318.10; F. Kennedy, 1,198.87; F. McGregor, 142.00; A. McLean, 
300.00; W. Merrifield, 275.00; G. T. Mickle & Sons, 756.96; Mills Hardware 
Co., 111.57; Municipal Corporation of Howard, 129.59; M. J. Neutens, 237.30; 
F. O'Neill, 450.00; Pay List, wages of men, 1,707.90; Ridgetown Public Utilities 
Commission, 178.79; Shell Oil Company of Canada, Ltd., 276.05; A. Stewart, 
156.70; Sundry newspapers, etc .advertising, 140.40; W. G. Taylor, 191.57; W. G. 
Thompson, 361.70; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 477.15; Union Gas Co., 365.25; 

B. M. Willson, 688.82; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 292.94; Cartage, 

express and freight, 72.94; postage, 88.00; telephone, 125.41; accounts under 

$100, 1,901.70 15,849 81 

Repairs and Alterations ($652.75) 

Mills Hardware, 132.60; M. W. Street, 288.10; D. E. Wallace & Son, 129.88; 

Accounts under $100, 102.17 652 75 

Agricultural School 

Salaries, Travelling Expenses, Supplies and Equipment ($970.80) 

MacDonald Coal Co., 639.37; Ridgetown Public Utilities Commission, 116.71; 

Accounts under $100, 214.72 970 80 

Western Ontario Experimental Farm, Ridgetown $34,608 47 



A 28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEMONSTRATION FARM, NEW LISKEARD 

Salaries ($3,000.00) 

Permanent: 

T. A. Douglas, 1,800.00; C. D. Gardner, 1,200.00.- 3,000 00 

Maintenance, Wages, Seed, Feed, Fertilizer, Purchase and Shipping of Live 
Stock, Equipment and Miscellaneous Expenses ($10,492.35) 

Canadian Industries, Ltd., 300.08; Canadian National Live Stock Records, 101.50; 
Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 213.17; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 220.99; McColl- 
Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 408.77; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 411.53; New 
Liskeard Creamery, 127.50; New Liskeard Flour Mill, 368.91; Town of New 
Liskeard, 100.00; Northern Ontario Power Co., Ltd., 291.02; Pay List, wages 
of men, 5,084.46; Select Seeds, 113.10; Geo. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 305.59; 

Temiskaming Producers' Co-operative Co., Ltd., 188.00; Cartage, express 

and freight, 168.16; postage, 63.90; telephone, 59.49; accounts under $100, 1,966.18 10,492 35 

Repairs and Alterations ($276.44) 
Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 173.81 ; Accounts under $100, 102.63 276 44 

Demonstration Farm, New Liskeard $13,768 79 

DEMONSTRATION FARM, HEARST 

Maintenance, Wages, Seed, Feed, Fertilizer, Purchase and Shipping of Live 
Stock, Equipment and Miscellaneous Expenses ($5,551.87) 

District Services, Ltd., 145.00; Fortier et Fils, 253.85; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 302.03; 
La Trappe de N-D de Mistassini, 100.00; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 408.00; 
Mercier & Shirley, Ltd., 362.19; Pay List, wages of farm help, 2,522.39; Wm. 

Rouse, 230.00; J. P. Trudel, 142.50; Cartage, express and freight, 101.42; 

accounts under $100, 984.49 5,551 87 

Repairs and Alterations ($3,954.61) 

F. Boucher, 209.20; Crane, Ltd., 491.95; Hearst Lumber Co., 1,830.71; Pay List, 

wages of men, 740.65; E. Poliquin, 100.00; G. H. Woodward, 188.00; Cartage, 

express and freight, 81.61 ; accounts under $100, 312.49 3,954 61 

Demonstration Farm, Hearst $9,506 48 

NORTHERN ONTARIO BRANCH 

Salaries ($1,266.67) 

Permanent: 

F. M. Jack 1,266 67 

Purchase of Seed Grain and Seed Potatoes ($14,148.48) 
Services; 

J. P. Lacroix 128 00 

Purchase of Seed: 

S. Anderson, 414.78; D. Craig & Sons, 958.44; Lasher's Chopping Mill, 2,186.05; 
R. J. McCormick, 666.90; A. E. McKenzie Co., Ltd., 900.00; Mount McKay 
Feed Co., Ltd., 101.85; Ottawa Valley Grain Products, 514.19; Oxford Farmers' 
Co-operative Producers Co., Ltd., 1,047.60; Scott's Elevator, 4,339.10; Select 
Seeds, 3,615.00; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 913.75; Temiskaming Producers 

Co-operative Co., Ltd., 3,681.80; C. Young, 1,270.00; Accounts under 

$100.00, 742.05 21,351 51 

Less: Sales of Seed Grain and Potatoes 10,538 43 



Miscellaneous: 



10,813 08 



Cartage, express and freight, 2,974.81; postage, 35.00; telephone, 92.11; accounts 

under $100.00, 105.48 3,207 40 

Assistance to Creameries ($800.00) 

Mayer's Cheese Factory, 400.00; Moonbeam Co-operative, Ltd., 300.00; Norembega 

Cheese Factory Co-operative, 100.00 800 00 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A2p 

Northern Ontario Branch — Continued 

Equipment and Contingencies ($224.52) 

King's Printer, 202.61 ; Accounts under $100, 21.91 224 52 

Northern Ontario Branch $16,439 67 

ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, GUELPH 

General Offices 

Salaries ($66,060.66) 
Permanent: 

President's Office: 

E. F. Cheevers, 975.00; G. I. Christie, 7,500.00; W. J. Fairweather, 1,600.00; 
N. G. Kelso, 975.00; W. M. Parke, 1,175.00; E. M. Paterson, 975.00; A. M. 
Porter, 2,033.33; J. B. Reynolds, 3,000.00 18,233 33 

Bursar's Office: 

L. Z. O'Neil, 1,600.00; W. J. Precious, 1,533.33; T. H. Stuart, 2,900.00 6,033 33 

Dining Hall, Dormitories, etc.: 

K. M. Beck, 1,700.00; J. D. Brydon, 1,125.00; C. Cockman, 1,125.00; J. C. 
Hersey, 1,125.00; R. J. Jennings, 1,050.00; W. Macdonald, 1,125.00; C. T. 
Moore, 1,500.00; W. G. Moore, 1,600.00; A. J. Pitman, 975.00; J. Taylor, 
1,200.00; W. R. Walker, 1,200.00 13,725 00 

Engineer's Department: 

W. Fletcher, 1,233.33; G. Gibson, 1,300.00; J. B. L. Good, 1,300.00; A. Green, 
2,466.67; T. Guthrie, 1,600.00; G. Johnston, 1,233.33; E. McGee, 1,500.00; 
J. Quarrie, 1,300.00; J. C. Smith, 324.99; R. Yates, 1,600.00 13,858 32 

Mechanical Department: 

T. Amos, 1,600.00; R. S. Crawford, 1,600.00; W. H. Dobbie, 1,125.00; W. 
MacLeod, 1,366.67; J. Simpson, 1,300.00; W. W. Swindell, 1,350.00; T. 
Vipond, 1,500.00 9,841 67 

Library: 

M. Healey, 562.50; M. K. Macdonald, 1,200.00; F. G. Partridge, 1,087.50; 

L. Watt, 1,400.00 4,250 00 

Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments 119 01 

Expenses ($110,553.36) 

Wage s — Servants : 

Sundry Servants 1 ,852 53 

Temporary Assistance: 

R. Bechtel, 1,095.00; B. Campbell, 304.00; T. McGunnigle, 494.00; W. L. 

Stuart, 250.00; Accounts under $100, 587.36 2,730 36 

Contingencies, including Expenses of Short Courses: 

City of Guelph, 200.00; J. Fisher Co., Ltd., 270.48; King's Printer, 1,916.41; 

Province of Ontario Savings Office, 243.56; Cartage, express and freight, 

40.23; newspapers, 26.30; postage, 713.50; telegrams, 30.77; telephone, 113.49; 

accounts under $100, 522.23 4,076 97 

Travelling Expenses: 

W. C. Blackwood, 28.90; L. R. Bryant, 183.13; G. I. Christie, 164.34; O. R. 
Cruikshank, 39.72; G. H. Dickson, 98.15; E. V. Evans, 37.54; E. H. Garrard, 
33.55; T. H. Jones, 48.13; C. B. Kelly, 51.60; R. Keegan, 196.64; H. W. Kitching, 
250.23; R. G. Knox, 228.45; J. Laughland, 461.01; A. W. Mason, 39.55; G. P. 
McRostie, 265.65; F. F. Morwick, 147.75; I. Motzok, 36.17; G. E. Raithby, 
180.45; G. E. Reaman, 47.00; G. N. Ruhnke, 32.70; A. D. Runions, 137.15; 
W. H. Sproule, 161.50; M. W. Staples, 182.18; C. L. Thomson, 73.38; J. H. L. 
Truscott, 35.70; W. H. Waddell, 98.50; J. R. Weir, 101.39; M. L. Wright, 144.90; 
F. E. Wolff, 387.93; Sundry Persons, accounts under $25, 235.41 4,128 70 



A 30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Library: 



Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph — Continued 

General Offices — Continued 

Expenses — Continued 



Baker and Taylor Co., 139.40; Bookshelf Bindery, 110.35; Wm. Dawson Sub- 
scription Service, Ltd., 863.60; Macmillan Company, Canada, Ltd., 118.50; 

Moore Cottrell Subscription Agencies, 316.92; H. W. Wilson Co., 314.00; 

Express and freight, 22.68; newspapers and periodicals, 259.89; postage, 30.00; 
accounts under $100, 863.27 



3.038 61 



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

Babcock-Wilcox & Goldie-McCulloch, Ltd., 404.48; Board of Light and Heat 
Commission, 470.95; W. Buchan, 450.00; Canada Bread Co., Ltd., 229.68; 
Canadian Industries, Ltd., 288.13; Combustion Engineering Corporation, Ltd., 
495.72; Dairy Department, O.A.C., 204.84; Garlock Packing Company of Can- 
ada, Ltd., 170.98; Gillies-Guy, Ltd., 48,543.90; W. Grieve, 1,317.15; Guelph 
Creamery, 268.35; Guthrie Bros., 190.20; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 
Guelph, 10,234.89; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 7,283.81; 
Imperial Fuels, 7,535.50; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 101.22; Kloepfer Coal Co., 704.00; 
Women's Association, Norfolk Street United Church, 260.00; Ontario Reforma- 
tory Guelph, Industries, 399.28; Webster-Smallwood Ltd., 234.00; E. Wollis, 
724.40; Cartage, express and freight, 21.65; accounts under $100, 955.71.. . . 81,488 84 

Furniture, Furnishings, Repairs and Equipment: 

Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 241.31; Cassidy's, Ltd., 115.42; Ellis & Howard, 
Ltd., 139.54; Frank & Schuett, 105.10; Guelph Lumber Co., Ltd., 139.06; 
Kloepfer Coal Co., 128.00; Penfold Hardware Co., 198.32; Scarfe & Co., Ltd., 

153.97; Taylor-Forbes, Ltd., 384.02; Cartage, express and freight, 26.54; 

accounts under $100, 1,342.34 2,973 62 

Student Labour: 

Sundry Students 3,182 98 

Telephone Service, Rent, etc.: 

Bell Telephone Co 1,714 19 

Scholarships: 

Sundry Students 205 00 

Special Research Work in Different Divisions: 
Services : 

W. T. Ewen, 1,473.00; D. M. German, 446.45; T. Shipley, 35.00 1,954 45 

Travelling Expenses: 

O. R. Irvine, 203.17; A. R. Mallory, 123.70; W. H. Sproule, 3.45; N. J. 

Thomas, 85.57; C. L. Thomson, 16.30; J. H. L. Truscott, 2.50 434 69 

Maintenance: 

H. M. Clubine, 183.33; F. W. Jones & Sons, 690.41; Freight, 11.90; 

telephone, 43.20; accounts under $100, 250.88 1.179J72 

Purchase and Maintenance of Automobiles, Trucks and Tractors: 

Canadian Oil Cos., Ltd., 854.36; G. Angus German, Ltd., 157.96; H. Little, 

479.40; Accounts under $100, 100.98 1,592 70 



Bacteriology 

Botany 

Chemistry 

Trent Institute 

Entomology 

English 

Animal Nutrition 

Agricultural Engineering 



Divisions 

Salaries 
13,501 67 
13,760 00 
39,361 45 
2,500 00 


Expenses 
1,903 10 
1,458 17 
8,722 56 


Total 
15,404 77 
15,218 17 
48,084 01 

2,500 00 


14,375 01 

11,616 66 

7,972 97 

25,700 65 


2,028 19 

302 77 

5,280 19 

28,320 15 


16,403 20 
11,919 43 
13,253 16 
54 020 80 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A3} 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph — Continued 
Divisions — Continued 

Salaries Expenses Total 

Farm Economics 8,215 92 

Extension 6,841 67 

Macdonald Institute and Dor- 
mitories 20,779 84 

Animal Husbandry 30,900 00 

Field Experiments 29,119 93 

Experimental Dairy and Dairy 

School 15,102 50 

Poultry 29,866 13 

Horticulture 28,730 33 

Apiculture 7,133 32 

Physical Education 3,825 00 



530 


08 


8,746 00 


2,074 92 


8,916 


59 


75 


81 


20,855 


65 


32,191 


27 


63,091 


27 


10,949 


S3 


40,069 


76 


10,403 


52 


25,506 02 


34,056 27 


63,922 


40 


10,617 


10 


39,347 43 


2,672 


74 


9,806 


06 


162 


18 


3,987 


18 



309,303 05 151,748 85 461,051 90 

Salaries ($309,303.05) 
Permanent: 

Bacteriology: 

C. H. Castell, 1,900.00; J. E. Cheevers, 1,050.00; E. M. Daum, 900.00; 
A. Davey, 3,000.00; E. H. Garrard, 2,866.67; L. A. McDermott, 250.00; 
E. Renouf, 1,125.00; M. L. Wright, 1,225.00 12,316 67 

Botany: 

W. G. Evans, 2,233.33; J. E. Howitt, 3,866.67; J. D. MacLachlan, 2,500.00; 

P. C. Mockford, 1,125.00; D. R. Sands, 3,000.00; F. E. Spry, 975.00 13,700 00 

Chemistry: 

H. G. Bell, 2,850.00; L. A. Birk, 2,100.00; L. R. Bryant, 2,500.00; R.Bryant, 
1,600.00; H. L. Fulmer, 3,300.00; T. J. Heeg, 1,841.67; D. G. Johns, 1,200.00; 
A. R. Marshall, 912.50; I. Master, 975.00; M. McNab, 3,000.00; F. F. Mor- 
wick, 2,400.00; F. H. Ostrander, 600.00; J. R. Rothwell, 1,225.00; G. N. 
Ruhnke, 4,079.03; R. J. Stallwood, 250.00; N. J. Thomas, 2,200.00; R. 
Waghorne, 1,225.00; L. R. Webber, 1,350.00; A. L. Willis, 1,225.00 34,833 20 

Trent Institute: 

W. Rushton, 1,500.00; W. R. Wybrow, 625.00 2,125 00 

Entomology: 

A. W. Baker, 3,866.67; A. Bechtel, 975.00; R. K. Chapman, 1,225.00; H. W. 
Goble, 1,866.67; A. G. McNally, 1,866.67; H. E. Scott, 1,125.00; R. W. 
Thompson, 2,600.00 13,525 01 

English: 

K. M. Gunvaldsen, 1,833.33; V. C. Lowell, 2,033.33; E. C. McLean, 3,050.00; 

G. E v Reaman, 3,800.00; W. C. Rowe, 675.00. 11,391 66 

Animal Nutrition: 

M. M. Daniells, 850.00; E. V. Evans, 1,890.00; D. C. Hill, 1,650.00; I. Motzok, 

1,500.00 5,890 00 

Agricultural Engineering: 

W. C. Blackwood, 3,866.67; W. C. Cox, 1,900.00; F. L. Ferguson, 2,750.00; 
E. A. Gale, 925.00; R. R. Graham, 3,000.00; E. W. Kendall, 3,000.00; M. A. 
King, 612.50; H. W. Kitching, 1,500.00; F. Lynch, 1,125.00; W. S. McDermid, 
1,125.00; R. C. Moffatt, 2,750.00; W. P. Shorey, 2,100.00; M. A. Weekes, 
462.50 25,116 67 

Farm Economics: 

W. M. Drummond, 3,763.44; H. M. Reeves, 975.00; C. W. Riley, 2,800.00.. . 7,538 44 

Extension: 

J. Buchanan, 3,800.00; E. I. Meston, 975.00; W. D. Tolton, 2,066.67 6,841 67 



A 32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph — Continued 

Divisions — Continued 

Salaries, Permanent — Continued 

Macdonald Institute and Dormitories: 

L. E. Butchart, 750.00; O. R. Cruikshank, 3,450.00; M. C. Kay, 2,200.00; 
J. M. G. Lambden, 1,800.00; A. B. Meron, 750.00; G. L. Pollard, 672.58; 
E. Spiars, 1,200.00; J. E. Stubbs, 1,125.00 11,947 58 

Animal Husbandry: 

E. Auld, 900.00; G. R. Bayne, 1,050.00; A. W. Crawford, 1,500.00; J. Florence, 
1,233.33; A. Grant, 1,200.00; D. R. Harrison, 1,200.00; W. J. Hewitt, 1,125.00; 
C.Hoad, 1,125.00; R.G.Knox, 3,866.67; A. Luscombe, 1,300.00; A.R.Mahoney, 
1,200.00; J. McLeod, 1,300.00; H. Palmer, 1,225.00; G. E. Raithby, 3,400.00; 
G. R. Rennie, 1,125.00; J. Slinger, 1,300.00; M. W. Staples, 2,500.00; E. C. 
Stillwell, 2,750.00; F. E. Wolff, 1,600.00 30,900 00 

Field Experiments: 

J. R. Barnet, 1,050.00; W. G. Burnett, 1,050.00; T. P. Daymond, 1,270.83; 

E. Emslie, 1,125.00; M. B. Gibson, 1,000.00; E. E. Hood, 1,200.00; R. Keegan, 
2,400.00; A. Kennedy, 325.00; J. Laughland, 3,000.00; A. W. Mason, 2,700.00; 
A. D. McCorkindale, 1,050.00; G. P. McRostie, 4,200.00; H. C. McWilliams, 
1,050.00; J. M. Rae, 1,050.00; D. Urquhart, 1,125.00; J. R. Weir, 1,600.00; 

A. E. Whiteside, 1,800.00 26,995 83 

Experimental Dairy and Dairy School: 

M. Dougherty, 787.50; F. W. Hamilton, 2,133.33; O. R. Irvine, 1,866.67; 
A. G. Leggatt, 1,000.00; H. H. Matthews, 1,200.00; B. Millar, 1,575.00; 
H. A. Smallfield, 2,475.00; W. H. Sproule, 3,300.00 14,337 50 

Poultry: 

G. D. Amos, 1,050.00; J. E. Bergey, 2,300.00; M. E. Bluhm, 175.00; W. J. 
Chapman, 1,125.00; H. M. Cram, 731.25; W. Davis, 1,050.00; G. Faull, 
1,500.00; A. E. Ferguson, 450.00; J. F. Francis, 2,900.00; C. M. Huntsman, 
2,000.00; E. I. Lewis, 1,200.00; W. A. Maltby, 1,050.00; F. N. Marcellus, 
4,200.00; M. E. Martin, 700.00; J. J. Macllraith, 2,000.00; J. H. Pettit, 
2,000.00; S. J. Slinger, 1,350.00; E. S. Snyder, 2,900.00 28,681 25 

Horticulture: 

H. W. Bailey, 1,025.00; G. R. Clarke, 1,050.00; A. T. Cray, 1,000.00; R. 
Goodwin-Wilson, 1,200.00; J. Henry, 1,200.00; L. W. Heringa, 1,183.33; 
W. F. Johnston, 1,050.00; T. H. Jones, 2,300.00; G. B. Kerry, 263.33; G. I. 
Laidlaw, 1,200.00; J. M. Markle, 1,125.00; G. M. Morris, 1,200.00; A. Rich- 
ardson, 975.00; W. N. Simmons, 1,200.00; J. Slater, 1,200.00; S. Smith, 
1,200.00; J. C. Taylor, 1,566.67; C. L. Thomson, 1,775.00; A. H. Tomlinson, 
3,000.00; J. H. L. Truscott, 2,400.00 27,113 33 

Apiculture: 

A. Adie, 843.75; A. R. Mallory, 1,233.33; A. E. Martin, 1,025.00; G. F. Towns- 
end, 2,500.00; M. R. Weadick, 850.00 6,452 08 

Physical Education: 

F. G. Baldwin, 2,700.00; W. Fitzgerald, 1,125.00 3,825 00 

Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments 999 00 

Temporary: 
Bacteriology: 

E. M. Daum, 300.00; L. A. McDermott, 375.00; M. L. Wright, 375.00 1,050 00 

Chemistry: 

R. J. Bryden, 2,100.00; G. V. Palmer, 675.00; J. R. Rothwell, 375.00; W. I. 
Van Norman, 81.25; R. Waghorne, 375.00; L. R. Webber, 425.00; A. L. 
Willis, 375.00 4,406 25 

Trent Institute: 

W. R. Wybrow 375 00 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AJ3 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph — Continued 

Divisions — Continued 

Salaries, Temporary— Continued 
Entomology: 

R. K. Chapman, 375.00; H. E. Scott, 375.00 750 00 

English: 

W. C. Rowe 225 00 

Animal Nutrition: 

E. V. Evans, 630.00; D. C. Hill, 549.99; I. Motzok, 499.98; E. Needham, 

137.50; E. D. Sparke, 137.50 1,954 97 

Agricultural Engineering: 

H. W. Kitching 499 98 

Farm Economics: 

W. A. Muir 545 48 

Macdonald Institute and Dormitories: 

A. Black, 1,500.00; L. E. Brill, 1,800.00; L. E. Hanna, 1,800.00; E. D. Lang- 
don, 1,800.00; E. Master, 1,800.00; M. C. Smith, 132.26 8,832 26 

Field Experiments: 

G. H. Binns, 600.00; G. M. McWilliam, 528.12; J. R. Weir, 499.98; M. R. 

Wiancko, 300.00 1,928 10 

Experimental Dairy and E>airy School: 

A. G. Leggatt, 300.00; B. Millar, 90.00; S. T. Shaver, 375.00 765 00 

Poultry: 

H. M. Cram, 243.75; A. E. Ferguson, 450.00; S. J. Slinger, 450.00; F. A. 

Strong, 41.13 1,184 88 

Horticulture: 

R. Goodwin-Wilson, 375.00; M. L. Hancock, 900.00; G. B. Kerry, 300.00.. . . 1,575 00 

Apiculture: 

A. Adie, 281.25; A. R. Mallory, 399.99 681 24 

Expenses ($151,748.85) 
Services: 

M. Argent, 156.77; J. H. Arnott, 353.55; W. T. Banting, 150.00; J. Briggs, 357.10; 
W. Buchan, 285.00; J. W. Connor, 348.04; E. Chapman, 252.58; R. E. Cumming, 
420.00; M. Dadswell, 292.50; G. B. Dale, 390.00; E. M. Davies, 252.58; C. R. A. 
Day, 3,258.33; C. C. Duncan, 732.00; J. Evans, 182.90; D. S. Farquharson, 
2,347.50; W. G. L. Flagler, 2,360.00; P. Fletcher, 225.00; A. G. Ireton, 436.00; 
F. N. Jerome, 522.00; A. R. Kemp, 2,608.33; C. F. Luckham, 258.00; R. D. 
Mackintosh, 2,347.50; J. D. McConachie, 628.00; W. McPherson, 176.37; E. 
Needham, 650.00; C. A. Nichol, 299.80; G. V. Palmer, 210.00; Pay List, wages 
of men, 27,402.04; S. Peterson, 441.00; W. F. Pepper, 546.00; L. G. Reeds, 
204.00; E. C. Roberts, 359.33; R. Saison, 222.10; D. A. Smith, 848.50; I. M. 
Smith, 301.68; E. Sparke, 317.50; J. P. Walker, 355.04; F. Webster, 162.16; 
H. B. Webster, 330.00; J. White, 172.02; H. W. Willoughby, 294.31 52,455 53 

Travelling Expenses: 

A. W. Baker, 162.80; J. E. Bergey, 1,554.57; J. Buchanan, 108.27; K. R. Chap- 
man, 52.15; C. Cox, 731.80; R. E. Cumming, 360.06; G. B. Dale, 470.04; W. M. 
Drummond, 88.55; C. C. Duncan, 663.37; W. T. Ewen, 531.22; G. Faull, 72.00; 
A. E. Ferguson, 415.98; F. L. Ferguson, 360.67; J. F. Francis, 188.10; H. W. 
Goble, 264.27; J. E. Howitt, 163.21; C. M. Huntsman, 1,341.28; A. G. Ireton, 
466.64; F. N. Jerome, 462.22; C. F. Luckham, 163.43; J. D. MacLachlin, 93.85; 
J. J. Macllwraith, 434.30; A. R. Mallory, 83.76; F. N. Marcellus, 524.92; J. D. 
McConachie, 546.71; A. G. McNally, 88.84; R. C. Moffatt, 71.45; F. F. Mor- 
wick, 490.58; I. Motzok, 32.60; C. A. Nichol, 263.25; W. F. Pepper, 227.05; 
J. H. Pettit, 496.67; G. N. Ruhnke, 149.25; D. R. Sands, 97.90; E. H. Scott, 



A 34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph — Continued 

Divisions — Continued 

Expenses — Continued 
Travelling Expenses — Continued 

135.25; W. P. Shorey, 516.61; S. J. Slinger, 86.65; E. S. Snyder, 87.76; I. R. 
Sparling, 84.30; N. J. Thomas, 232.34; C. L. Thomson, 33.45; R. W. Thompson, 
383.04; W. D. Tolton, 29.10; G. F. Townsend, 309.24; L. R. Webber, 947.97; 
H. R. Webster, 265.74; H. W. Willoughby, 27.55; Accounts under $25, 83.87 15,444 63 

Maintenance: 

Acton Flour Mills, 654.80; Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 1,300.33; A. Anderson, 
163.00; C. Anderson & Co., 182.99; Animal Husbandry Department, O.A.C., 
2,671.43; Ayerst, McKenna & Harrison, Ltd., 152.46; W. T. Banting, 100.00; 
T. R. Barber, 118.19; Beath Farms, Oshawa, 200.00; Beatty Bros., Ltd., 140.11; 
W. G. Blair, 292.26; C. M. Blyth, 290.15; Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 481.50; 
J. H. Borthwick, 185.47; Brantford Cordage Co., Ltd., 111.05; J. C. Breese, 
198.40; British Drug Houses, Canada, Ltd., 168.93; B. H. Bull & Son, 1,000.00; 
Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 602.25; Canada Packers, Ltd., 297.41; 
Canadian Baled Shavings Co., Ltd., 427.84; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 
150.22; Canadian Ice Machine Co., Ltd., 296.11; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 
332.47; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 464.51; Canadian Office & School 
Furniture, Ltd., 169.00; Canadian Oil Cos., Ltd., 343.29; Canadian Radio Pro- 
ducts, Ltd., 1,971.85; J. A. Caesar, 135.00; J. B. Carter, 200.00; Champlain Milk 
Products Co., Ltd., 242.55; Cherry-Burrell Corporation of Canada, Ltd., 378.88; 
W. A. Chrysler & Son, 144.26; Central Scientific Company of Canada, Ltd., 
4,897.77; Dairy Department, O.A.C., 205.44; Dale Estate, Ltd., 152.00; Dawson 
Subscription Service, Ltd., 112.09; Diamond State Fibre Companv of Canada, 
Ltd., 131.88; P. DiMaggio, 135.00; Douglas Seed Co., 361.24; Doughty & Mc- 
Farlane, 2,175.69; Dusbane Products, Ltd., 269.25; Elmcroft Farm, 160.00; 
Ellis & Howard, Ltd., 313.77; R. W. Elliott, 128.00; Empire Brass Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 115.68; Fisher Orchards, 100.10; Frank & Schuett, 105.08; J. D. Gale, 
191.57; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company of Canada, Ltd., 124.21; Greenmelk 
Co., Ltd., 140.25; Guelph Creamery, 429.27; Guelph Lumber Co., Ltd., 580.67; 
Guelph Paper Box Co., 188.27; Gooderham & Worts, Ltd., 1,144.35; Hammond 
Manufacturing Co., 346.96; W. S. Hanna & Sons, 558.99; R. Harcourt, 107.85; 
G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 258.89; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 830.13; Johns Scale Shop, 
390.91; F. W. Jones & Son, 271.18; C. W. Kelly & Son, 122.54; Ketchum Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 1,899.77; Keuffel & Esser Co., 107.87; King's Printer, 
5,854.83; Kloepfer Coal Co., 486.14; Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 684.21; B. Lovett, 
126.00; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 11,845.73; Martlin & Lawrie, Ltd., 230.45; 
W. R. McKee, 166.80; J. C. McMillan, 304.50; Moss Garage, 120.49; National 
Fertilizers, Ltd., 160.00; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 363.99; National Wooden- 
ware Co., 151.92; Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 159.96; Nichols Chemical 
Co., Ltd., 112.83; O.A.C. Review, 253.50; Ocean Chemicals, Ltd., 725.00; Ontario 
Aberdeen-Angus Association, 425.00; Ontario Reformatory Guelph Industries, 
239.80; Ontario Yorkshire Club, 285.00; Oxford Fruit Co-operative, Ltd., 397.10; 
Penfold Hardware Co., 757.90; H. Phelan, 109.81; Pioneer Equipment Co., 
606.74; C. Prvde, 336.86; Quaker Oats Co., Ltd., 669.49; Ressors Marmill, 
Ltd., 280.31; Richards Glass Co., Ltd., 473.19; C. Richardson & Co., Ltd., 
265.32; Scarfe & Co., Ltd., 103.95; Schomberg Brooder Co., 260.00; E. D. Smith 
& Sons, Ltd., 150.86; A. Stewart, Ltd., 730.03; R. Stewart, Ltd., 1,000.70; 
Somerville, Ltd., 165.23; J. H. Sweeney, 257.85; Students Co-operative Associa- 
tion, 249.74; Taylor-Forbes, Ltd., 332.61; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 2,646.20; 
Underwood Elliot Fisher, Ltd., 204.83; University of Toronto Press and Exten- 
sion, 467.82; Walker Wallace, Ltd., 2,706.30; Ward's Natural Science Est. Inc., 
127.67; Wholesale Radio Co., Ltd., 3,139.09; C. Wilson, 164.40; Wong Jack 

Laundry, 109.11; C. Yeates Co., Ltd., 260.85; Cartage, express and freight, 

1,767.23; newspapers and periodicals, 631.99; postage, 2,602.45; telephone, 

414.18; telegrams, 140.75; accounts under $100, 6,998.60 83,848 69 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph $637,665 92 

STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($8,000.00) 

Hon. P. M. Dewan 8,000 00 

Seed Grain Subsidy Act ($84.17) 
(R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 279) 

Township of Gwillimbury 84 17 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 35 

Statutory — Continued 
Subsidy for Cheddar Cheese and Administration Expenses ($2,532,396.35) 

(5 George VI, Chap. 11) 

Salaries, Temporary ($1,406.25): 

H. M. Barron, 68.75; M. A. Cameron, 712.50; M. E. Douglas, 625.00 1,406 25 

Subsidy : 

Sundry Persons 2,530,582 64 

Expenses: 

King's Printer 407 46 

Subsidy for Premiums on Swine and Administration Expenses ($1,105,107.26) 

(5 George VI, Chap. 11) 

Salaries ($16,547.41): 
Permanent: 

H. M. Snelgrove 955 81 

Temporary : 

M. G. C. Boultbee, 800.61; R. E. Bowerman, 900.00; J. M. Brown, 770.83; 
H. Byam, 68.75; J. Clark, 825.00; M. J. Cromar, 850.00; R. J. Cudney, 
62.50; S. C. French, 375.00; D. Gallaugher, 850.00; C. M. Greenslade, 725.49; 
S. A. Kirk, 800.00; J. M. T. Lummiss, 850.00; H. E. Mansell, 666.67; B. E. 
Marten, 900.00; M. E. Moore, 55.44; G. I. O'Donnell, 850.00; G. E. Parker, 
775.00; M. D. Price, 506.25; H. Pritchard, 705.42; M. E. Quinlan, 412.50; 
R. O. Skinkle, 387.29; M. M. Webster, 850.00; M. Welsh, 754.85; F. C. 
Wylie, 850.00 15,591 60 

Subsidy: 

Sundry Persons 1,086,247 00 

Expenses: 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., 153.00; King's Printer, 2,010.48; Accounts under $100, 

149.37 2,312 85 

Statutory $3,645,587 78 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

For the Purchase of 5 acres of Land with a House for the Demonstration Farm, 
New Liskeard ($1,200.00) 

A. A. Getty 1,200 00 

Grant Toward Cost of Repairs to the Community Hall at Port Burweil ($333.75) 

Community Hall, Port Burweil 333 75 

Special Warrants $1,533 75 

Total Expenditure, Department of Agriculture $5,779,150.19 



PART B 



DEPARTMENT 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Main Office, Salaries, Maintenance, Etc 8 

Supreme Court of Ontario 9 

Accountant's Office 16 

Shorthand Reporters 10 

Toronto and York Crown Attorney VOffice 10 

Land Titles Office 11 

Drainage Referees 11 

Criminal Justice Accounts 11 

Administration of Justice in Counties, Cities and Districts 11-12 

Magistrates 14 

Public Trustee's Office 14 

Official Guardian's Office 15 

Fire Marshal's Office 16 

Inspector of Legal Offices 17 

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Ontario Securities Commission 23 

Statutory 24 

Allowances to Supreme Court Judges 24 

Allowances to County and District Judges 24 

Expenses of Elections 25 

Administration of Justice Expenses Act 25 

Probation Offices 25 

Special Warrants 25 

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DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL 
Hon. G. D. Conant, Minister (Statutory, see pages B 24. .N 7) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($47,701.27) 
Permanent: 

C. L. Snyder Deputy Attorney-General 7,000 00 

W. C. Bowman, 450.00; R. C. Buckley, 4,000.00; H. H. Bull, 2,366.64; W. B. 
Common, 5,000.00; M. M. Fields, 491.13; C. M. Flahiff, 1,233.33; P. B. Gregory, 
733.34; M. M. Hood, 1,500.00; C. P. Hope, 3,733.33; E. M. Jack, 1,200.00; 
M. R. Lachapelle, 444.17; C. R. Magone, 5,666.67; G. B. McLeod, 568.75; 
A. W. Nicol, 2,608.33; B. I. Pidgeon, 1,533.33; C. M. Potten, 1,258.33; V. T. 
Vincent, 2,000.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlist- 
ments, 354.03 42,141 38 

Temporary : 

L. Bannon, 1,000.00; H. C. Chappell, 233.33; I. E. Culnan, 507.50; P. M. Draper, 
43.33; M. A. Gleason, 98.98; R. V. Hicks, 43.33; W. G. How, 255.00; G. B. 
McLeod, 343.75; L. G. Ross, 406.25; E. H. Thorn, 449.50; O. L. Walton, 1,075.00; 
W. K. Weatherall, 613.71; B. L. Wenn, 490.21 5,559 89 

Travelling Expenses ($1,061.49) 

Hon. G. D. Conant, 750.00; W. B. Common, 60.65; C. P. Hope, 9.00; M. M. Hood, 

65.04; C. L. Snyder, 176.80 1,061 49 

Maintenance ($2,855.35) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., 167.60; King's Printer, 1,815.45; -Car tickets, 34.30; news- 
papers and periodicals, 55.00; telegrams, 171.97; telephone, 441.32; accounts 
under $100, 169.71 2,855 35 

Crown Counsel Prosecutions ($7,578.78) 

Expenses: 

C. P. Hope, 72.20; C. R. Magone, 88.50 160 70 

Fees and Expenses: 

J. E. Anderson, 20.00; A. F. Annis, 455.43; H. Arrell, 20.00; H. Atkinson, 
10.00; A. D. Bell, 284.50; J. F. P. Birnie, 20.00; S. A. Caldbick, 206.42; N. Croome, 
10.00; A. G. Davis, 200.00; D. Dean, 209.43; H. R. Deyman, 189.43; W. I. Dick, 
182.00; B. C. Donnan, 10.00; R. D. Evans, 10.00; Fasken, Robertson, Aitcheson, 
Pickup & Calvin, 2,838.45; J. W. Freeborn, 20.00; H. E. Fuller, 200.35; K. S. 
Ham, 56.00; F. Hammond, 182.00; J. G. Harkness, 96.00; D. E. Holmes, 20.00; 
P. V. Ibbetson, 516.55; H. B. Johnson, 162.00; J. M. Kearns, 10.00; W. E. Kelly, 
20.00; W. S. Lane, 10.00; E. H. Lancaster, 20.00; E. S. Livermore, 362.60; 
C. W. A. Marion, 70.25; V." J. McElderry, 36.00; C. McKay, 10.00; L. A. Mc- 
Lennan, 188.85; N. F. Newton, 10.00; E. R. Read, 113.15; T. J. Rigney, 20.00; 
C. C. Savage, 35.77; H. J. F. Stewart, 10.00; H. E. Stone, 124.05; H. M. Taylor, 
152.00; E. A. Tilley, 306.85 7,418 08 

General Litigation and Legal Services ($2,985.96) 
Canada Temperance Act — Appeal to Privy Council: 

Blake & Redden, professional services 814 99 

Reference, Supreme Court, re Taxation Legation Property: 

C. R. Magone, travelling expenses, 108.00; Mundy-Goodfellow Printing Co., 

Ltd., printing factums, 64.00 172 00 

Reference, Special War Revenue Act: 

Aylen & MacLaren, professional services 94 37 

Ontario-Quebec Power Agreement: 

C. R. Magone, travelling expenses 94 60 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B_9 

Main Office — Continued 

General Litigation and Legal Services — Continued 

Reference, Supreme Court, re War Measures Act: 

C. R. Magone, travelling expenses 39 45 

W. Temple vs. Bulmer (Bye Election Case): 

C. R. Magone, travelling expenses, 38.30; Mundy-Goodfellow Printing Co., 

Ltd., printing, 60.80 99 10 

Montreal Trust Co. vs. Abitibi Power & Paper Co., Ltd.: 

Estate of A. M. Stewart, professional services 1,500 00 

Rex vs. Balcinas Appeal to Supreme Court: 

Aylen & MacLaren, professional services 50 10 

Sundry Litigations: 

Accounts under $100 121 35 

Law Revision Committee Expenses ($393.76) 

J. H. McDonald, travelling expenses, 95.62; Hon. C. P. McTague, travelling ex- 
penses, 136.54; Cecil A. Wright, travelling expenses, 119.20; Accounts 

under $100, 42.40 393 76 

Gratuity to Widow of Late Dr. E. R. Frankish ($5,000.00) 
Mrs. L. M. Frankish 5,000 00 

Cost of Living Bonus ($211,158.26) 
Sundry Employees 211,158 26 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($142.91) 

Postmaster, stamps purchased, 232.13, less refund of employees' contribution, 89.22 142 91 

Conferences on Improving Laws ($330.24) 

Treasurer, Commission on Uniformity of Legislation in Canada, 50.00 ; F. H. 

Barlow, travelling expenses, 137.80; E. H. Silk, travelling expenses, 93.04; 

Accounts under $100, 49.40 330 24 

County Law Libraries ($2,000.00) 

Sundry Law Associations, grants 2,000 00 

Law Library, Books, Reports, etc. ($446.58) 

Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., 187.40; Carswell & Co., Ltd., 141.18; Accounts 

under $100, 118.00 446 58 

Main Office $281,654 60 

SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 
Grant to Judges' Library ($700.00) 
Hon. W. E. Middleton, Treasurer 700 00 

Judges' Staff 

Salaries ($8,924.92) 

Permanent : 

E. M. Coles, 1,600.00; R. N. Davies, 1,833.26; L. E. Farrow, 1,533.33; I. Rouse, 
1,533.33; E. L. Spiers, 925.00; M. M. Staples, 1,500.00 8,924 92 

Master's Office 

Salaries ($19,583.30) 
Permanent: 

F. H. Barlow, 5,249.97 ; F. G. Cook, 4,000.00 ; A. T. Hunter, 3,500.00; O. E. Lennox, 
4,300.00; A. S. Marriott, 2,533.33; 19,583 30 



B 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Supreme Court of Ontario — Continued 

Registrar's Office 

Salaries ($43,953.63) 
Permanent: 

J. H. Best, 200.00; H. G. Bristow, 166.66; T. S. Chambers, 1,400.00; M. Colloton, 
1,200.00; R. N. Davies, 166.74; L. Eden, 1,300.00; H. Fisher,' 1,075.00; A. P. 
Gorman, 2,000.00; C. E. Grant, 1,133.33; W. T. Irvine, 1,300.00; D. C. Jarrell, 
1,150.00; L. C. Ling, 2,466.67; G. K. McBride, 1,866.67; R. McKinnon, 1,133.33; 
H. B. Palen, 2,066.67; W. M. Pope, 1,300.00; R. W. Ralfe, 1,858.06; F. W. 
Scott, 2,466.67; D. J. Smith, 850.00; C. W. Smyth, 4,500.00; C. G. Spanner, 
2,066.67; D. J. Stewart, 1,433.33; G. G. Thompson, 1,150.00; D. B. Varley, ' 
350.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 
87.00 34,686 80 

Temporary: 

M. Baker, 104.91; M. D. Bristol, 1,299.96; H. G. Bristow, 600.00; C. A. Cowley, 
421.98; W. F. Doyle, 1,200.00; M. V. Gibbs, 925.00; P. Hale, 775.00; E. E. Hill, 
756.25; C. W. Moorhead, 202.50; F. L. Nash, 562.50; R. W. Ralfe, 280.65; R. G. 
Simpson, 27.08; F. G. Skyvington, 250.00; D. B. Varley, 650.00; S. D. O. Wills, 
1,211.00 9,266 83 

Maintenance ($6,113.15) 

T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 1,435.64; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 587.40; King's Printer, 3,268.53; 

Postage, 350.00; telegrams, 97.13; telephone, 109.08; accounts under $100, 

265.37 6,113 15 

Supreme Court of Ontario $79,275 00 

SHORTHAND REPORTERS 

Salaries, including Allowance in Lieu of Stationery ($25,240.88) 
Permanent : 

S. W. Brown, 3,000.00; W. G. Buskard, 1,275.00; A. E. Cabeldu, 3,000.00; 
F. Clitheroe, 3,000.00; R. N. Dickson, 3,000.00; E. C. Foot, 2,000.00; E. Nield, 
3,000.00; H. O. Taylor, 3,000.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Con- 
tribution re Enlistment, 61.04 21,336 04 

Temporary : 

R. L. Baldwin, 602.42; H. W. Tuck, 2,700.00; A. G. Veitch, 602.42 3,904 84 

Services Reporting and Travelling Expenses ($8,535.85) 

Services Reporting: 

R. L. Baldwin, 120.00; F. Berryman, 104.00; J. Buskard, 48.00; N. R. Butcher 
& Co., 1,380.00; H. H. Emerson, 184.00; C. L. Empringham, 120.00; G. Hager, 
8.00; B. P. Lake, 40.00; E. B. Reid, 16.00; W. R. Scott, 180.00; M. Tichbourne, 
20.53; E. C. Young, 16.00 2,236 53 

Travelling Expenses: 

R. L. Baldwin, 187.30; S. W. Brown, 565.61; J. Buskard, 205.85; W. G. Buskard, 

201.00; N. R. Butcher & Co., 68.00; A. E. Cabeldu, 527.70; F. Clitheroe, 882.35; 

F. C. Crockett, 581.35; R. N. Dickson, 311.75; H. H. Emerson, 172.20; C. L. 

Empringham, 114.95; E. C. Foot, 179.25; G. Hager, 23.00; B. P. Lake, 17.20; 

E. Nield, 264.55; J. G. Robertson, 166.60; W. R. Scott, 8.60; H. O. Taylor, 

427.37; H. W. Tuck, 1,180.69; A. G. Veitch, 189.35; E. C. Young, 24.65 6,299 32 

Shorthand Reporters $33,776 73 

TORONTO AND YORK CROWN ATTORNEY'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($26,299.99) 
Permanent : 

N. Borins, 3,133.33; V. M. Foster, 1,233.33; W. O. Gibson, 4,133.33; R. G. 
Lewis, 2,500.00; J. W. MacFadden, 7,000.00; F. I. Malone, 3,600.00; L. Walsh, 
1,600.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 
100.00 23,299 99 

Temporary: 

C. F. Hamm 3,000 00 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B 11 

Toronto and York Crown Attorney's Office — Continued 
Maintenance ($357.13) 

Postage, 125.00; telephone, 118.64; accounts under $100, 113.49 357 13 

Toronto and York Crown Attorney's Office $26,657 12 

LAND TITLES OFFICE 

Salaries ($23,674.97) 
Permanent: 

C. E. Clarke, 1,700.00; R. G. Cowlin, 1,733.33; A. A. Crawford, 1,733.33; C. R. 
Deacon, 4,800.00; B. C. Durrant, 1,700.00; N. LeBarron, 541.65; C. B. McCool, 
1,500.00; J. M. Martin, 1,933.33; S. Mercer, 2,466.67; J. C. Perrins, 1,500.00; 

E. Pollard, 266.66; G. G. Y. Willis, 1,800.00; W. F. Young, 2,000.00 23,674 97 

Maintenance ($1,194.58) 
King's Printer, 1,144.58; Accounts under $100, 50.00 1,194 58 

Land Titles Office $24,869 55 

DRAINAGE REFEREES 

Salaries ($2,400.00) 
Permanent: 

F. H. Honeywell, 1,200.00; J. A. McNevin, 1,200.00 2,400 00 

Maintenance ($232.94) 
J. A. McNevin, travelling expenses, 125.24; Accounts under $100, 107.70 232 94 

Drainage Referees $2,632 94 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACCOUNTS 
Audit Office 

Salaries ($10,299.38) 

Permanent: 

H. R. Adamson, 3,300.00; L. E. Dell, 216.67; B. A. Hornick, 782.72; E. A. Mockler, 

2,133.33; M. M. Parkhill, 1,633.33; E. E. Starr, 1,233.33 9,299 38 

Temporary: 

C. A. Fitch 1,000 00 

Maintenance ($271.14) 
King's Printer, 233.89; Accounts under $100.00, 37.25 271 14 

Annual Revision of Voters' Lists; Services and Expenses of County 
and District Court Judges ($674.66) 

Brant, 69.35; Bruce, 41.93; Dufferin, 35.60; Elgin, 9.80; Lanark, 25.93; Lennox and 
Addington, 244.70; Leeds and Grenville, 8.00; Middlesex, 16.00; Ontario, 6.00; 
Oxford, 5.00; Peel, 24.50; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 33.60; Simcoe, 
51.00; Temiskaming, 27.95; Welland, 75.30 674 66 

Counties and Cities, Administration of Justice ($342,251.72) 

Brant, 5,158.44; Bruce, 5,174.81; Carleton, 18,981.09; Dufferin, 2,866.69 ; T Elgin, 
3,822.15; Essex, 13,831.29; Frontenac, 5,919.83; Grey, 6,428.40; Haldimand, 
3,190.54; Halton, 4,873.92; Hamilton, 9,691.52; Hastings, 7,863.95; Huron, 
4,586.68; Kent, 6,410.03; Lambton, 5,154.02; Lanark, 1,961.51; Leeds and 
Grenville, 6,964.05; Lennox and Addington, 3,518.51; Lincoln, 6,295.97; Middle- 
sex, 14,123.90; Norfolk, 2,092.92; Northumberland and Durham, 6,964.56; 
Ontario, 7,746.68; Oxford, 3,551.69; Peel, 4,296.65; Perth, 4,789.56; Peterborough, 
4,590.70; Prescott and Russell, 5,520.80; Prince Edward, 1,565.88; Renfrew, 
4,599.09; Simcoe, 11,898.35; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 5,786.13; 
Toronto, 62,188.31; Victoria, 4,008.59; Waterloo, 5,825.12; Welland, 9,332.58; 

Wellington, 2,629.55; Wentworth, 9,249.51; York, 5,214.98; Miscellaneous, 

194.43 298,863 38 



B 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Criminal Justice Accounts — Continued 

Counties and Cities, Administration of Justice — Continued 
Crown Attorneys: 
Salaries: 

J. S. Allan (Essex), 6,000.00; R. Mercier (Carleton), 5,291.67; H. F. Mc- 

Culloch (Wentworth), 4,916.67 16,208 34 

Salaries in lieu of fees: 

R. D. Evans (Dufferin), 1,400.00; R. J. DesRosiers (Essex), 1,800.00; 
H. M. Taylor (Lambton), 3,500.00; W. W. Pollock (Lanark), 2,500.00; 
W. E. Kelly (Norfolk), 3,400.00; J. G. Harkness (Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry), 2,830.00; W. P. Clement (Waterloo), 3,500.00; J. M. Kearns (Wel- 
lington), 3,450.00; H. F. Brown (Wentworth), 1,500.00 23,880 00 

Office Expenses: 

R. Mercier (Carleton), 1,500.00; W. E. Kelly (Norfolk), 650.00; J. G. Hark- 
ness (Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry), 400.00; J. M. Kearns (Wellington), 
750.00 3,300 00 

Administration of Justice in Districts 

Salaries ($136,632.22) 

Algoma: 

Permanent: 

S. E. Fleming, 300.00; A. E. Jewell, 45.00; H. Johnson, 333.33; W. Johnson, 
1,700.00; E. A. Lane, 1,083.33; J. H. MacDonald, 1,200.00; J. H. MacLeod, 
1,058.84; V. Prout, 1,125.00; R. E. Stone, 400.00; J. Witty, 1,083.33 8,328 83 

Temporary: 

Charwomen, Elevator Attendant, Fireman, Matrons, Turnkeys, etc 3,933 60 

Cochrane: 

Permanent: 

H. Bisson, 1,300.00; S. A. Caldbick, 3,500.00; J. R. L. Guertin, 1,045.16; 

J. D. MacKay, 1,150.00 6,995 16 

Temporary : 

J. R. L. Guertin, 154.84; Caretaker and Guard, 151.50 306 34 

Kenora : 

Permanent: 

E. Appleton, 700.00; M. R. Baribeau, 400.00; E. W. Cox, 1,850.00; M. F. 
Cox, 300.00; M. Doan, 375.00; A. Gould, 1,200.00; W. J. Gunne, 300.00; 
C. Howard, 1,500.00; L. D. MacCallum, 1,000.00; L. A. McLennan, 250.00; 
H. Murray, 1,300.00; G. E. Moorey, 288.71; G. H. Myles, 1,200.00; Public 
Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 52.00 10,715 71 

Temporary: 

Caretaker, Fireman, Guards, Matron, Turnkeys and Shorthand Writer 3,925 98 

Manitoulin: 
Permanent: 

R. McDermid, 1,300.00; S. J. McDermid, 300.00; W. F. McRae, 458.33; 

S. J. Rosenthal, 166.67 2,225 00 

Temporary: 

K. Cosgrove, 52.42; S. J. Rosenthal, 33.32; Guards and Matron, 253.50 339 24 

Muskoka: 

Permanent: 

E. W. Clairmont, 250.00; E. G. Ellis, 150.00; C. E. Lount, 400.00; C. Rev- 

nolds, 1,300.00; E. E. Reynolds, 300.00 2,400 00 

Temporary: 

Charwoman, Guard, Matron and Turnkey 1,470 00 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B 13 

Administration of Justice in Districts — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 
Nipissing: 

Permanent: 

R. Bedard, 1,083.33; E. J. Brennan, 400.00; R. England, 1,900.00; J. Frezell, 
1,200.00; F. Gratton, 1,500.00; G. Hooey, 819.34; W. Laderoute, 1,400.00; 

E. LePage, 1,233.33; M. Moreau, 1,383.33; H. Rathwell, 1,350.00; E. A. 

Tilley, 250.00; F. Valin, 600.00 - 13,119 33 

Temporary: 

Caretaker, Guards, Matrons and Turnkeys 2,236 16 

Parry Sound: 

Permanent: 

J. E. Armstrong, 1,150.00; B. Keating, 450.00; T. Keating, 1,400.00; H. 

McDevitt, 1,200.00; W. J. Nichols, 1,083.34; A. J. L. Wright, 208.33 5,491 67 

Temporary: 

A. J. L. Wright, 41.66; Matron and Turnkey, 274.00 315 66 

Rainy River: 
Permanent : 

F. E. Bryan, 1,440.00; J. E. King, 1,133.28; M. King, 208.87; J. Miller, 
1,450.00; L. M. Miller, 75.00; J. E. O'Donnell, 166.67; H. R. Roy, 1,216.67; 

E. J. Ryan, 400.00 6,090 49 

Temporary : 

J. E. O'Donnell, 33.32; Caretaker, Fireman, Guards and Turnkeys, 3,312.16. 3,345 48 

Sudbury: 

Permanent : 

M. Arthur, 1,150.00; R. Cornthwaite, 1,600.00; H. Daggett, 233.32; H. 
Galbraith, 333.33; J. Galbraith, 2,000.00; L. Marchant, 250.00; G. J. C. 
Martin, 1,400.00; J. F. McCullough, 720.00; T. M. Mulligan, 450.00; H. E. 
Peterkin, 368.32; A. Pomeroy, 1,500.00; A. Steed, 1,400.00; E. D. Wilkins, 
5,500.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 
26.02 16,930 99 

Temporary : 

Caretaker, Engineers, Matrons and Turnkeys 8,317 52 

Temiskaming: 
Permanent: 

J. Anderson, 1,467.74; W. C. Arnold, 400.00; H. S. Burton, 1,400.00; A. T. 
Humphreys, 1,800.00; W. T. Joy, 1,400.00; G. M. Macdonell, 1,300.00; 
C. L. Terrill, 575.00; J. Thisdelle, 628.32; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 120.00 9,091 06 

Temporary : 

H. R. Jenkins, 1,500.00; Fireman, Guard, Matrons and Turnkeys, 5,251.44. . 6,751 44 

Thunder Bay: 
Permanent: 

W. Baxendale, 1,300.00; J. F. Best, 1,096.84; J. Davidson, 1,200.00; F. 
Hebden, 755.00; E. M. Lander, 560.00; G. F. Lasseter, 2,000.00; L. G. 
McKeown, 1,202.15; M. A. McNeill, 734.27; J. C. McQuigge, 933.07; W. 
Page, 1,300.00; A. Smith, 1,300.00; C. M. Smith, 1,400.00; W. M. Smith, 
400.00; J. G. Stout, 1,300.00; H. Thompson, 1,400.00; L. B. Thompson, 
1,300.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 
104.00 18,285 33 

Temporary: 

Caretakers, Guards, Matrons, Stationary Engineer and Turnkeys 6,017 23 



B 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Criminal Justice Accounts — Continued 
General Administration of Justice in Districts ($209,083.39) 

Algoma, 23,031.62; Cochrane, 23,001.63; Kenora, 15,323.34; Manitoulin, 5,345.03; 
Muskoka, 6,902.41; Nipissing, 19,693.88; Parry Sound, 12,309.10; Rainy River, 
12,278.40; Sudbury, 29,038.36; Temiskaming, 26,271.20; Thunder Bay, 35,777.02; 
Miscellaneous, 1 1 1.40 209,083 39 



Medico-Legal Branch 
Salaries ($1,500.00) 

I. H. Erb, 250.00; S. Lawson, 500.00; W. L. Robinson, 250.00; L. J. Rogers, 500.00. . 



1,500 00 



Supervising Coroner 
Salary ($1,000.00) 



S. Lawson 
S. Lawson 



Travelling Expenses ($241.30) 



1,000 00 



241 30 



Permanent: 



Magistrates 
Salaries ($145,269.65) 



E. Arthurs, 3,000.00; S. Atkinson, 3,750.00; R. B. Baxter, 3,000.00; P. C. Ber- 
geron, 3,000.00; E. J. Butler, 3,166.67; K.A.Cameron, 3,300.00; J. H. Campbell, 
3,416.67; W. M. Cooper, 3,000.00; I. B. Craig, 3,000.00; H. L. Cruso, 3,000.00; 

F. S. Doyle, 2,475.00; F. S. Ebbs, 3,-000.00; J. B. Garvin, 3,000.00; E. A. Gee, 
3,000.00; R. J. Gillen, 3,500.00; W. J. Golden, 450.00; M. G. Gould, 2,048.61; 
R. G. Groom, 750.00; J. A. Hanrahan, 1,000.00; J. B. Hopkins, 3,416.67; C. Jeffs, 
3,500.00; W. Keith, 3,500.00; R. Labrosse, 3,500.00; O. A. Langley, 3,500.00; 
C. D. LeMay, 3,375.00; J. L. Lloyd, 3,333.33; I. MacRae, 2,200.00; J. A. Makins, 
3,000.00; J. C. Massie, 583.32; A. D. Meldrum, 3,000.00; D. B. Menzies, 500.00; 
J. A. R. McCuaig, 750.00; J. H. McCurrv, 631.93; J. McEwen, 3,000.00; W. E. 
Mcllveen, 3,375.00; J. S. McKessock, 3,500.00; J. F. McKinlev, 500.00; H. D. 
Payne, 1,300.00; H. R. Poison, 875.00; D. C. Smith, 500.00; E. D. Smith, 3,000.00; 
E. C. Spereman, 3.000.00; R. Thomas, 1,500.00; E. R. Tucker, 3,500.00; F. W. 
Walker, 3,000.00; F. Watt, 3,500.00; T. H. Wolfe, 3,300.00; W. F. Woodliffe, 
2,833.33; C. S. Woodrow, 3,000.00; G. A. Wright, 3,000.00; Public Service 
Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 360.00 128,690 53 

Temporary: 

L. M. Ball, 1,760.00; A. B. Collins, 1,100.00; T. M. J. Galligan, 2,499.96; J. C. M. 
German, 140 00; W. J. Golden, 900.00; M. G. Gould, 30.00; J. S. Latchford, 
1,240.00; A. H. Lieff, 3,000.00; F. C. MacDonald, 1,500.00; J. P. Madden, 30.00; 
J. A. R. McCuaig, 430.00; J. H. McCurrv, 1,229.16; S. C. Platus, 440.00; W. N. 
Robinson, 1,440.00; C. Weir, 840.00 16,579 12 

Travelling Expenses and Contingencies ($25,980.67) 

Sundry Magistrates, clerical assistance, 2,048.00; travelling, 21,784.39; stationery, 
printing, telephone, telegrams, postage, etc., 1,627.65; rent, 222.00; King's 
Printer, 298.63 25,980 67 

Criminal Justice Accounts $873,204 13 



PUBLIC TRUSTEE'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($89,437.32) 
Permanent: 

G. F. Adams, 2,725.00; B. I. Armstrong, 787.50; A. I. Brimstin, 1,025.00; M. G. 
Butler, 1,333.33; M. Calarco, 1,285.42; M. H. Carr, 1,500.00; M. Clark, 325.94; 
H. F. Conlin, 962.50; L. G. Crumback, 1,933.33; D. M. Curtis, 474.19; E. M. 
Dawson, 1,291.67; I. N. Draper, 561.81; G. H. Edwards, 4,166.67; A. Ellis, 
3,116.67; M. H. Gallagher, 2,281.67; E. A. Gelinas, 2,058.33; H. M. Glover, 
787.50; E. R. Hamilton, 2,133.33; C. G. Hindle, 1,633.33; K. G. Hoffman, 
1,933.33; A. C. F. Hotson, 2,200.00; V. J. Humphrey, 1,800.00; H. S. Jones, 
3,750.00; J. S. Jordan, 1,900.00; K. A. Kendall, 360.00; C. V. Kennedy, 636.66; 
J. S. Lundy, 1,181.25; P. W. F. Maginnis, 2,091.67; R. G. Mainer, 3,450.00; 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B 15 

Public Trustee's Office — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 
Permanent — Continued 

R. McCrea, 1,783.33; K. V. Mitchell, 1,800.00; M. A. Osborne, 435.00; D. 
Parisani, 1,175.00; A. E. Payne, 1,272.92; J. Payson, 126.66; P. M. Puley, 
2,650.00; A. Racine, 7,000.00; L. Smith, 125.00; M. E. Thurgarland, 1,500.00; 
C. Walker, 2,516.67; B. G. Williams, 2,175.00; M. R. Williamson, 1,285.42; 
S. Winkler, 2,350.00; H. Wixon, 1,625.00; J. Wolfe, 500.00; Public Service 
Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 33.00 78,039 10 

Temporary: 

M. Begg, 906.05; N. P. Carson, 849.98; C. J. Clark, 979.99; H. F. Conlin, 75.00; 
M. M. Donnelly, 900.00; B. I. Duff, 262.50; A. Ellis, 233.33; P. C. B. Foley, 566.65; 
A. M. E. Forsyth, 904.84; H. M. Glover, 262.50; B. A. Hornick, 237.49; K. A. 
Kendall, 281.25; C. V. Kennedy, 658.32; D. N. Lamont, 473.32; S. MacMillan, 
75.00; W. F. O'Shaughnessy, 161.29; J. Payson, 526.65; T. Porter, 579.15; E. 
Sanchuk, 900.00; M. R. Sherk, 1,033.06; L. Smith, 187.50; J. Spencer, 344.35. . 11,398 22 

Auditor's Fees ($3,000.00) 
Brokenshire, Scarfe & Co 3,000 00 

Maintenance ($19,452.49) 

Travelling Expenses: 

C. J. Clark, 19.15; A. C. F. Hotson, 2,608.68; H. S. Jones, 2.10; P. Maginnis, 

509.38; P. M. Puley, 7.60; S. Winkler, 126.45; B. G. Williams, 2,280.86 5,554 22 

Miscellaneous: 

Department of Public Works, 765.21; Dominion Bank, 250.00; T. Eaton Co., 
Ltd., 173.12; W. L. Esson, 180.00; Fidelity Insurance Company of Canada, 
1,743.33; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 511.85; King's Printer, 6,083.43; Remington 

Rand, Ltd., 287.04; Underwood Elliott Fisher, Ltd., 307.20; Car tickets, 

120.20; excise stamps, 70.00; -postage, 1,832.96; telephone, 1,145.61; accounts 

under $100, 428.32 13,898 27 

Cost of Living Bonus ($7,054.91) 

Sundry employees ' 7,054 91 

Total Expenditure, Public Trustee's Office $118,944 72 

Less: Refunded by the Public Trustee 118,944 72 

OFFICIAL GUARDIAN'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($30,829.16) 
Permanent: 

J. M. Baird, 4,533.33; R. F. Fredericks, 1,733.33; E. G. Gordon, 1,800.00; 
E. M. Henry, 2,500.00; J. E. Jefferies, 2,900.00; F. M. Matthews, 1,500.00; 
J. R. McGie, 1,200.00; J. B. Osborne, 2,750.00; P. D. Wilson, 7,000.00; H. 
Windsor, 1,012.50; I. Woods, 1,000.00 27,929 16 

Temporary : 

N. W. Arnold, 600.00; S. E. McKeown, 850.00; K. P. Moffat, 625.00; M. A. 

Walsh, 825.00 2,900 00 

Auditor's Fees ($500.00) 

Oscar Hudson & Co 500 00 

Maintenance ($1,873.45) 

King's Printer, 426.26; Law stamps, 200.00; postage, 500.00; telephone, 600.38; 

accounts under $100, 146.81 1,873 45 

Cost of Living Bonus ($2,524.42) 

Sundry employees 2,524 42 

Total Expenditure, Official Guardian's Office $35,727 03 

Less: Refunded by Official Guardian 35,727 03 



B 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

ACCOUNTANT'S OFFICE— SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 
Salaries ($13,561.33) 

Permanent: 

P. E. Boyd, 3,750.00; J. B. Cameron, 2,400.00; J. G. Holden, 500.00; V. I. 
Martin, 1,000.00; T. Yorath, 5,000.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 
Contribution re Enlistments, 103.00 12,753 00 

Temporary: 

E. Carman, 620.83; G. D. Nott, 187.50 808 33 

Auditor's Fees ($2,000.00) 
Oscar Hudson & Co 2,000 00 

Maintenance ($4,407.40) 

Bank of Commerce, 1,011.12; G. R. Hargraft & Co., 167.50; King's Printer, 343.82; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, 609.00; Toronto General Trusts Cor- 
poration, 2,072.58; Postage, 145.71 ; accounts under $100, 57.67 4,407 40 

Cost of Living Bonus ($951.30) 

Sundry Employees 951 30 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($12.16) 

Postmaster, stamps purchased, 21.00; less refund of employees contribution, 8.84. ... 12 16 

Total Expenditure, Accountant's Office, Supreme Court ... . $20,932 19 
Less: Refunded by Accountant, Supreme Court 20,932 19 



FIRE MARSHAL'S OFFICE 

Salaries $33,714.67) 
Permanent: 

L. C. Anderson, 1,720.43; C. W. Caskey, 3,000.00; D. H. Craig, 1,933.33; A. J. 
Flath, 1,000.00; F. Gardner, 129.03; J. A. Grant, 1,900.00; P. S. D. Harding, 
1,933.33; B. Herman, 1,050.00; E. D. Jordan, 2,400.00; V. McArthur, 900.00; 
F. McDonald, 1,300.00; K. S. McLeod, 1,233.33; H. J. Richards, 966.68; D. H. 
Saville, 2,133.33; W. J. Scott, 5,000.00; A. F. Shelley, 397.98; I. Smith, 1,600.00; 
M. Stasior, 1,233.33; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re 
Enlistments, 384.00 30,214 77 

Temporary: 

L. C. Anderson, 99.99; T. G. P. Lucas, 1,933.28; F. A. Luet, 1,466.63 3,499 90 

Travelling Expenses ($9,102.27) 

L. C. Anderson, 779.71; C. W. Caskey, 991.99; Commissioner of Police for Ontario, 
64.62; D. H. Craig, 1,329.90; J. A. Grant, 651.58; P. S. D. Harding, 1,876.38; 
J. Houston, 274.10; T. G. P. Lucas, 187.95; F. A. Luet, 104.30; W. R. Mc- 
Connell, 90.00; H. J. Richards, 808.38; D. H. Saville, 1,031.90; W. J. Scott, 

912.89; Accounts under $25, 47.67 9,151 37 

Less Refund: Dominion Government re A.R.P. Work 49 10 



9,102 27 



Maintenance ($9,071.24) 

Department of Public Works, 3,020.17; Dominion Fire Chiefs' Association, 291.00; 
A. M. Hood, services, 125.94; expenses, 244.03; King's Printer, 2,800.17; Sundry 
Persons, witness fees, etc., 232.02; services re fires, 182.10; reporting, 66.00; 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, Ltd., 101.50; Express, 51.20; newspapers and 

periodicals, 70.04; postage, 350.00; telegrams, 89.63; telephone, 955.72; accounts 

under $100, 556.72 9,136 24 

Less: Refunds, Sale of Books 65 00 

Fire Marshal's Office $51,888 18 



9,071 24 



1942-43 . DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B 17 

INSPECTOR OF LEGAL OFFICES 

Inspector's Office 

Salaries ($22,783.35) 
Permanent: 

R. B. Bailey, 1,150.00; E. A. Carroll, 1,622.23; J. H. Dignam, 2,433.33; H. H. 
Donald, 4,600.00; M. Irish, 1,833.33; M. E. Kearney, 1,533.33; H. C. Moore, 
3,000.00; H. R. Poison, 2,250.00; F. J. Reddin, 2,325.00; H. B. Robinson, 205.00; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 185.00 21,137 22 

Temporary: 

E. J. Brown, 180.00; E. M. Brown, 641.13; G. E. Chapman, 300.00; E. J. Smith, 

525.00 1,646 13 

Fidelity Bonds, Division Court Clerks, etc. ($1,347.80) 

Canadian General Insurance Co., 1,008.50; Fidelity Insurance Company of Canada, 

1,008.50 ' 2,017 00 

Less: Refunded by Division Court Clerks, etc 669 20 1,347 80 

Travelling Expenses ($4,077.25) 

E. A. Carroll, 7.25; J. H. Dignam, 1,327.40; H. H. Donald, 841.04; H. C. Moore, 

613.09; H. R. Poison, 179.72; F. J. Reddin, 1,053.43; A. E. Smith, 55.32 4,077 25 

Maintenance ($1,651.89) 

King's Printer, 1,410.80; Telegrams, 47.37; telephone, 136.18; accounts under 

$100, 57.54 ; 1,651 89 

Judicial Officers in Districts 

Office Equipment, Forms, Stationery, etc. ($2,779.93) 
King's Printer, 2,534.20; Postage, 92.69; accounts under $100, 153.04 2,779 93 

Local Masters of Titles Offices 

, Salaries ($37,260.97) 

Algoma: 

Permanent: 

E. L. DeCourcy, 2,533.33; A. L. Livingstone, 1,075.00; M. Royle, 1,000.00.. . 4,608 33 

Cochrane: 
Permanent : 

A. J. Caswell, 1,150.00; J. A. Clermont, 4,700.00; C. A. Wilson, 825.00 6,675 00 

Kenora: 

Permanent: 

E. A. Cunningham, 2,300.00; G. Moore, 1,000.00 3,300 00 

Manitoulin: 
Permanent: 

W. I. Wagg 1,800 00 

Nipissing: 

Permanent: 

G. R. Brady, 3,200.00; E. Robertson, 964.49; M. E. Tackney, 1,075.00 5,239 49 

Temporary: 

E. Robertson 146 54 

Sudbury: 

Permanent : 

A. Fournier, 1,075.00; E. Leduc, 1,000.00; B. St. Pierre, 3,000.00 5,075 00 

Temiskaming: 
Permanent: 

H. K. Caldwell, 850.00; L, H. Ferguson, 2,933.28; L. G. McKay, 1,333.33. . . 5,116 61 



B 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Local Masters of Titles Offices — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 
Thunder Bay (Fort William): 
Permanent: 

K. Gray, 325.00; J. McClure, 2,450.00 2,775 00 

Thunder Bay (Port Arthur) : 
, Permanent: 

J. W. McLennan, 275.00; I. Wilson, 2,250.00 2,525 00 

Expenses ($964.69) 

Postage, 649.15; telephone, 160.04; accounts under $100, 155.50 964 69 

Forms, Copying and Contingencies ($2,473.77) 

King's Printer, 2,404.17; Accounts under $100, 69.60 2,473 77 

Registration of Patents under R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 174, Sec. 160 ($78.00) 

J. H. Tully, 72.00; C. E. Lount, 6.00 78 00 

Sheriffs and Local Registrars 

Supplementing Incomes ($1,888.77) 

E. Appleton, 179.79; A. E. Bowerman, 348.80; E. C. Drurv, 317.22; H. A. Mac- 
Gillivrav, 79.95; A. A. Marentette, 42.44; T. M. Mulligan, 98.17; W. G. Pugslev, 
196.63; T. R. Stack, 87.33; R. E. Stone, 70.39; C. L. Surdin, 87.08; W. I. Wagg, 
130.54; W. L. Warrell, 250.43 1,888 77 

County Judges 

Travelling Expenses Attending Division Courts ($4,062.21) 

Sundry Judges 4,062 2 1 

Inspector of Legal Offices $79,368 63 

LAW enforcement branch 

Payments made pursuant to The Constables Act, R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 140, Sec. 34 

ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE 

Salaries ($1,141,408.36) 

Permanent 
Main Office: 

G. E. Barlow, 981.25; A. J. Cameron, 1,866.67; D. B. Chew, 1,025.00; M. C. 
Cuthbert, 950.00; W. G. Dobson, 2,275.00; E. T. Doyle, 3,000.00; O. E. Edwards, 
1,183.33; F. E. Elliott, 3,300.00; W. J. Franks, 2,425.00; A. F. Grant, 2,213.33; 
E. C. Gurnett, 3,000.00; E. T. Hales, 1,800.00; E. D. L. Hammond, 3,000.00; 
M. L. Handforth, 1,131.25; W. H. Kennedy, 1,933.33; W. C. Killing, 3,300.00; 
W. H. Lougheed, 3,000.00; G. MacKay, 2,000.00; J. J. Monkman, 3,050.00; 
C. F. Moore, 1,200.00; A. Moss, 3,000.00; H. Noakes, 1,560.00; N. Phelps, 
1,766.67; W. Rhodes, 1,066.64; W. H. Stringer, 5,600.00; P. Walter, 2,768.55; 
A. H. Ward, 3,200.00; R. Welbourne, 1,600.00; A. S. Wilson, 600.00; Public 
Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 229.36 64,025 38 

District Inspectors: 

C. F. Airey, 2,700.00; T. W. Cousans, 2,550.00; R. Cox, 2,500.00; F. Gardner, 
1,875.00; P. T. Hake, 2,500.00; E. J. Hand, 2,333.33; W. G. Ingram, 2,700.00; 
C. A. Jordon, 2,700.00; A. R. Knight, 2,500.00; S. Oliver, 2,625.00; W. A. Page, 
2,233.33; A. H. Palmer, 2,250.00; W. A. Scott, 2,142.47; H. Storey, 2,150.00; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 18.00 33,777 13 

Sergeants: 

S. H. Bush, 2,100.00; T. G. Corsie, 2,033.33; A. J. B. Craik, 2,033.33; W. D. 
Duncan, 2,033.33; R. G. Elliott, 2,100.00; D. Hamilton, 2,025.00; E. F. Hartleib, 
1,950.00; R. P. Labelle, 2,100.00; A. McDougall, 1,962.50; W. C. Oliver, 2,100.00; 
T. H. Owens, 2,033.33; V. T. Reed, 2,100.00; C. N. C. Smaill, 1,962.50; J. A. 
Stringer, 2,033.33; H. E. Thompson, 2,100.00; T. Wilkinson, 2,033.33 32,699 98 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL BJ9 

Law Enforcement — Continued 

Salaries — Permanent — Continued 
Corporals: 

R. G. Beatty, 1,912.50; W. M. Durnford, 1,904.17; M. W. Ericksen, 1,950.00; 

C. W. Farrow, 1,137.50; H. O. Finger, 1,950.00; W. J. Johnston, 1,462.50; F. C. 
Kelly, 1,950.00; E. V. McNeill, 1,950.00; B. Milligan, 1,904.17; A. J. Oliver, 

1,950.00; H. H. Peel, 1,950.00; C. W. Wood, 1,950.00 21,970 84 

Constables: 

D. Adair, 1,633.33; H. V. Allsopp, 1,900.00; A. E. Ayers, 1,633.33; F. W. Barrett, 
1,900.00; J. Bartlett, 1,900.00; S. G. Batt, 1,633.33; W. A. Bayes, 1,900.00; 
J. J. Beaudoin, 1,633.33; S. Berard, 1,900.00; H. C. Black, 1,633.33; A. L. Bonny- 
castle, 1,833.33; H. Braney, 1,733.33; F. R. Bromfield, 1,900.00; J. R. Brown, 
1,900.00; M. A. Bruce, 1,633.33; H. Butler, 1,900.00; W. R. Bvrne, 1,900.00; 
G. B. Carmichael, 1,900.00; W. J. Carmichael, 1,633.33; D. M. Carruthers, 
1,491.62; R. E. Carter, 1,900.00; W. R. Caverly, 633.32; N. Chartrand, 1,633.33; 
G. A. Chisholm, 941.35; P. F. C. Christie, 1,633.33; J. Clark, 1,900.00; W. H. 
Clark, 1,900.00; V. P. Coffey, 1,199.97; M. W. Craigie, 1,633.33; T. S. Crawford, 
1,900.00; R. Crozier, 1,900.00; A. A. DeHaitre, 1,900.00; F. R. Dcbson, 1,833.33; 
J. M. Douglas, 1,833.33; J. B. Driscoll, 1,491.62; A. V. Dymond, 1,733.33; 
A. Eady, 1,833.33; W. B. Elliott, 1,900.00; A. S. Ericksen, 1,900.00; E. D. Erick- 
son, 1,633.33; B. Farrell, 1,633.33; F. Fox, 1,833.33; J. H. Fulton, 1,633.33; 
H. S. Gall, 1,833.33; H. Gibson, 1,900.00; W. A. Gibson, 1,633.33; W. Glennie, 
1,633.33; T. W. Griffin, 1,633.33; H. T. Hammer, 791.65; L. S. Hardwick, 1,900.00; 

E. L. Harris, 1,900.00; C. G. Hayes, 1,900.00; L. A. Heaney, 1,733.33; J. Higgins, 
1,900.00; E. A. Hoath, 1,900.00; M. R. Hodgson, 1,833.33; R. L. Jackson, 
1,633.33; H. S. Johns, 1,833.33; J. E. Johnson, 1,833.33; J. E. Johnston, 1,633.33; 
H. E. Jones, 1,633.33; D. J. Jordan, 1,633.33; L. T. Keeler, 1,833.33; F. L. 
Keith, 1,633.33; R. Labrosse, 1,633.33; I. E. Lellava, 1,733.33; A. MacLeod, 
1,900.00; A. R. MacLeod, 1,900.00; E. J. MacMillan, 1,900.00; G. J. Maguire, 
1,900.00; J. H. Marsland, 1,900.00; J. S. McBain, 1,900.00; W. J. McBride, 
1,900.00; W. H. McBrien, 1,900.00; W. McCallum, 1,633.33; O. McClevis, 
1,900.00; H. I. McDonald, 1,633.33; J. McGetrick, 1,900.00; K. W. McLay, 
1,633.33; J. G. McMillan, 933.31; W. McNab, 1,900.00; J. A. McQueen, 1,833.33; 
H. J. Morel, 1,633.33; D. P. Morris, 1,900.00; B. Mulholland, 1,900.00; G. E. 
Nault, 1,633.33; J. L. M. Needham, 1,633.33; L. Neil, 1,633.33; E. A. Niles, 
1,633.33; L. E. Nix, 1,633.33; H. Noble, 1,108.31; S. W. Palmateer, 1,633.33; 
W. A. Parfitt, 1,633.33; R. S. Patterson, 1,900.00; T. E. Pearson, 1,900. ;00; 
R. E. Penner, 1,833.33; A. R. Peters, 1,900.00; W. N. Peters, 1,900.00; P. J. 
Poland, 1,511.84; D. H. Porter, 1,900.00; E. L. Priest, 1,900.00; T. L. Ptolemy, 
1,633.33; H. Ramsbottom, 1,900.00; J. W. Reavley, 1,900.00; R. Reynolds, 
1,900.00; H. J. Richards, 666.65; E. M. Richardson, 1,633.33; T. Riding, 1,900.00; 
W. A. T. Robinson, 1,900.00; J. F. Rose, 1,900.00; J. A. Rowe, 1,900.00; A. F. Run- 
ciman, 150.00; S. L. Rutherford, 1,633.33; H. D. Sarvis, 1,633.33; M. J. Scanlan, 
666.65; V. L. Scherer, 666.65; F. Scott, 1,900.00; P. P. Seibert, 1,900.00; A. M. 
Shaughessy, 1,900.00; D. Silvester, 1,108.31; F. Simpson, 1,900.00; J. E.Soubliere, 
1,633.33; A. H. Souliere, 1,633.33; R. O. Stromberg, 1,900.00; J. D. G. Suther- 
land, 1,833.33; L. R. Taylor, 1,633.33; R. L. Taylor, 1,633.33; J. G. Tappenden, 
1,633.33; F. C. Thurston, 1,900.00; W. G. Tomlinson, 1,841.95; T. H. Trimble, 
1,633.33; J. T. B. Truaisch, 1,633.33; L. G. A. Walker, 1,833.33; R. H. Wannell, 
1,833.33; T. H. Warren, 1,633.33; G. E. White, 1,733.33; D. V. Whiteley, 
1,633.33; R. J. Whiting, 1,900.00; J. E. Worrall, 1,633.33; E. F. B. Wright, 
1,633.33; M. J. Wright, 1,633.33; T. R. Wright, 1,900.00; G. Yuile, 1,633.33; 

Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 1,663.63 . . 244,899 93 

Chauffeurs and Mechanics: 

M. S. Amey, 1,600.00; C. R. Armstrong, 1,500.00; J. E. Cantwell, 533.32; 
A. E. Cook, 699.96; A. K. Cumming, 1,500.00; J. H. Lindop, 1,500.00; H. B. 
Lindsay, 1,500.00; J. A. Montgomery, 991.67; H. L. Potter, 991.67; C. Sharp, 
1,600.00; J. M. Thomas, 1,600.00 14,016 62 

District Headquarters— Clerk Stenographers: 

F. L. M. Armstrong, 600.00; M. M. Cushing, 137.50; M. V. H. A. Gray, 1,050.00; 
I. D. Keehn, 37.92; M. C. Maker, 900.00; M. I. McCulloch, 1,050.00; M. E. 

Miller, 975.00; M. Petrullo, 900.00; H. M. Potten, 900.00 6,550 42 

Motorcycle Patrol: 

Inspector— J. A. Grant, 800.00; Sergeants— D. H. Darby, 2,033.33; H. W. 
Howell, 2,033.33; S. Hunter, 2,100.00; J. Kay, 2,033.33; A. Witts, 2,033.33; 



B 20 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Law Enforcement — Continued 

Salaries — Permanent — Continued 

Motorcycle Patrol — Continued 

Constables— J. J. Allan, 1,633.33; C. N. Anderson, 1,733.33; A. S. Andrews, 
1,733.33; F. L. Barker, 708.30; R. E. Bass, 1,633.33; J. D. Bennett, 1,733.33; 
J. S. Bennett, 1,733.33; J. F. Blenkin, 1,633.33; A. E. Bond, 1,900.00; G. E. 
Broughton, 1,633.33; D. H. Brown, 1,900.00; O. H. Brown, 1,633.33; R. B. 
Butcher, 399.99; L. B. Byles, 1,900.00; H. A. Caldwell, 1,633.33; J. W. Car- 
penter, 1,733.33; R. J. Clark, 1,833.33; D. G. Coles, 464.51; W. H. Coles, 1,900.00; 
J. S. Culp, 1,900.00; C. F. Dean, 1,633.33; V. H. Detenbeck, 1,900.00; R. S. 
Dukes, 1,900.00; A. O. Ferguson, 1,733.33; R. F. Gibson, 1,633.33; W. T. Gilbert, 
1,633.33; H. Gilchrist, 1,633.33; A. W. Gilmour, 1,633.33; F. W. Haight, 1,733.33; 
T. W. Harding, 1,633.33; P. E. Harkness, 1,900.00; J. W. Harris, 1,633.33; 
J. H. Hatch, 1,633.33; C. Hefferon, 1,733.33; S. A. Hilliard, 1,900.00; J. M. 
Hinchliffe, 1,900.00; E. G. Hope, 1,633.33; T. L. G. Howell, 1,900.00; D. Huff- 
man, 1,900.00; T. L. Huffman, 1,633.33; C. Hunter, 1,900.00; H. E. Hunter, 
1,633.33; F. A. Inch, 1,633.33; H. F. Jackman, 1,900.00; A. Jackson, 1,900.00; 
E. L. Jess, 1,900.00; C. Johns, 1,900.00; F. W. Kirk, 1,900.00; A. E. Kirkby, 
1,633.33; A. Lawrence, 1,833.33; H. F. Lemon, 1,900.00; J. Lewis, 1,833.33; 
T. E. Logan, 1,900.00; F. B. Lymburner, 1,633.33; L. M. MacGillivrav, 1,633.33; 
W. Marsland, 799.98; A. E. Martin, 1,900.00; R. Mason, 1,633.33; L. A. Mc- 
Clure, 1,900.00; W. A. Melbourne, 1,900.00; E. C. Mitchener, 1,900.00; B. C. 
Moore, 1,900.00; J. A. Morden, 1,733.33; N. F. Morris, 1,900.00; J. M. Munro, 
1,633.33; J. J. Palmer, 1,900.00; C. E. Parmenter, 1,900.00; A. E. Reillv, 1,900.00; 
E. Renaud, 1,633.33; G. L. Robertson, 1,733.33; W. F. Robinson, 900.00; 
D. H. Rogers, 1,900.00; E. Rose, 1,833.33; J. W. Rowcliffe, 1,900.00; J. B. 
Scott, 1,633.33; C. E. Siple, 1,633.33; A. R. Smith, 1,900.00; J. K. Smith, 1,633.33 
I. R. Spencer, 1,900.00; F. E. Taylor, 1,633.33; W. F. S. Thompson, 1,900.00 
L. E. Throop, 1,833.33; G. R. Waud, 1,424.97; E. A. Webb, 1,633.33; L. E 
West, 799.98; J. L. Whitty, 1,900.00; A. Wilson, 1,633.33; D. W. Wilson, 1,900.00 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 586.00; 

Total 161,016 90 

Less: Costs recovered 2,033 36 



158,983 54 



Main Office: 



Temporary 



M. L. Aggett, 925.00; W. Fitzgerald, 731.86; E. Ford, 81.25; J. Fowler, 174.19; 
R. L. Horrigan, 1,125.00; D. T. Hunter, 655.42; K. W. Lawrence, 1,167.74; 
G. F. Long, 137.50; H. S. McCready, 3,499.92; J. Meldrum, 1,000.00; E. New- 
bold, 843.75; H. C. O'Neill, 675.00 11,016 63 



Constables: 

R. A. Adie, 1,599.96; W. W. Allen, 1,599.96; J. J. Ansley, 1,599.96; R. D. Arm- 
strong, 1,599.96; E.J. Baker, 533.32; B. R. Ball, 1,599.96; H. Barker, 1,599.96 
R. A. Beckett, 1,599.96; H. F. Bent, 1,599.96; W. W. Bibby, 1,466.63; T- K 
Brennan, 1,599.96; N. E. Cain, 666.65; A. Campbell, 533.32; W. S. Cluff, 133.33 
A. K. Collins, 1,599.96; W. D. Cook, 1,599.96; F. H. Cooney, 1,599.96; J. Craig 
533.32; J. F. Craig, 1,599.96; R. H. Devereux, 799.98; P. B. Doran, 1,599.96 
J. E. Downs, 1,599.96; R. W. Duncan, 133.33; P. G. Durnford, 1,599.96; G. J 
Ellis, 1,599.96; C. R. Everard, 1,599.96; J. B. M. Farrell, 1,599.96; F. Foden 
1,599.96; J. G. Fulton, 1,599.96; A. A. Gaudry, 1,599.96; E. M. Grace, 1,599.96 
H. H. Graham, 1,599.96; J. H. Hanlan, 799.98; A. J. Harrison, 533.32; W. G 
Hendren, 1,599.96; E. A. Hicks, 1,599.96; E. A. Hunter, 1,599.96; R. S. Hutchison 
1,599.96; N. C. Kirkwood, 1,599.96; B. R. Kitney, 1,466.63; J. B. Laperriere 
1,599.96; H. G. Lapp, 1,599.96; J. M. Lee, 1,066.64; B. J. Lynch, 1,599.96 
J. R. Mackey, 133.33; J. S. McBain, 1,599.96; J. L. McDermott, 1,599.96 
N. A. McLeod, 799.98; A. C. McNamara, 1,599.96; C. McNichol, 1,599.96 
L. J. McWaters, 1,599.96; H. Meyer, 1,599.96; C. B. Millbank, 1,599.96; E. W 
Miller, 1,599.96; T. B. Morkin, 799.98; C. W. O'Brien, 1,599.96; A. J. Parry 
1,599.96; A. J. Pearce, 1,599.96; F. C. Peer, 533.32; H. H. Peever, 1,599.96 
R. H. Pepper 1,599.96; C. Pinder, 1,599.96; S. W. Pointon, 533.32; R. Pope 
1,599.96; G. R. Purdie, 1,599.96; H. M. Purdy, 1,599.96; W. L. Rathwell, 150.53 
F. M. Rawlings, 1,599.96; K. F. Rayner, 1,599.96; N. J. Reilly, 1,599.96; T. M 
Richardson, 799.98; L. Savage, 1,599.96; H. T. Shaughnessy, 1,599.96; R. J 
Spofford, 1,599.96; H. K. Still, 133.33; T. A. Suggett, 1,599.96; F. L. Thompson 
1,599.96; S. W. Timmerman, 133.33; C. Von Zuben, 1,599.96; B. G. Walsh 
1,599.96; W. J. Wellheiser, 799.98; J. Wells, 133.33; S. Whitehouse, 133.33 
C. E. Wildfang, 533.32 



108,681 15 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B^l 

Law Enforcement — Continued 

Salaries — Temporary — Continued 

District Headquarters — Clerk Stenographers: 

M. P. Bateson, 900.00; F. Green, 900.00; M. E. Mather, 900.00; M. G. Weber, 

568.75 3,268 75 

Chauffeurs and Mechanics: 

E. U. Brown, 583.30; H. Ilott, 699.96; W. E. Sears, 583.30 1,866 56 

Motorcycle Patrol — Constables: 

R. F. Andrew, 1,599.96; S. K. Ball, 1,599.96; E. E. Bowen, 1,599.96; E. W. 
Corcoran, 1,333.30; F. E. Cottell, 1,599.96; L. A. Dixon, 1,599.96; C. F. Elford, 
1,599.96; B. J. Gifford, 1,599.96; G. A. Govier, 1,599.96; R. A. Hewat, 1,599.96; 
A. McDonald, 1,599.96; R. McKie, 1,599.96; W. G. Milton, 1,599.96; R. G. 
Patterson, 1,599.96; M. J. Seaman, 1,599.96; J. W. Sheffield, 1,599.96; A. M. 
Stauffer, 1,599.96; H. G. Wilkins, 1,599.96; J. M. R. Young, 1,599.96; H. M. 
Yule, 1,599.96; 

Total 31,732 54 . 

Less: Costs recovered 1,723 30 

30,009 24 

Veteran Guards 409,642 19 

Travelling Expenses $147,343.08 

Maintenance 131,502.60 

$278,845.68 
District Disbursements: 

District No. 1 — Windsor: 

Travelling Expenses, 7,285.21; Less: Costs Recovered, 7,256.60. . 28 61 

Maintenance 2,120 83 

2,149 44 

District No. 2 — London: 

Travelling Expenses, 10,087.44; Less: Costs Recovered, 8,198.97.. 1,888 47 
Maintenance • 2,411 93 

4,300 40 

District No. 3 — Hamilton: 

Travelling Expenses, 7,580.18; Less: Costs Recovered, 4,057.27.. . 3,522 91 
Maintenance 2,276 49 

5,799 40 

District No. 4 — Niagara Falls: 

Travelling Expenses, 5,181.86; Less: Costs Recovered, 5,125.31.. . 56 55 

Maintenance 2,245 74 

2,302 29 

District No. 5 — Toronto: 

Travelling Expenses, 7,906.04; Less: Costs Recovered, 3,957.93.. . 3,948 11 
Maintenance 415 45 

4,363 56 

District No. 6 — Kitchener: 

Travelling Expenses, 10,016.38; Less: Costs Recovered, 10,465.12. 448 74 
Maintenance.- 2,524 47 

2,075 73 

District No. 7 — Barrie: 

Travelling Expenses, 14,012.23; Less: Costs Recovered, 6,116.72.. 7,895 51 
Maintenance 1,924 99 

9,820 50 

District No. 8— Belleville: 

Travelling Expenses, 11,924.18; Less: Costs Recovered, 11,980.09. 55 91 

Maintenance 2.001 1 1 

1,945 20 



B 22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Law Enforcement — Continued 

District Disbursements — Continued 

District No. 9— Perth: 

Travelling Expenses, 15,773.66; Less: Costs Recovered, 13,292.61. 2,481 05 
Maintenance 2,153 98 



District No. 10 — Haileybury: 

Travelling Expenses, 15,565.79; Less: Costs Recovered, 3,087.24.. 12,478 55 

Maintenance 3,963 30 

District No. 11 — Sudbury: 

Travelling Expenses, 14,408.28; Less: Costs Recovered, 3,558.53.. 10,849 75 

Maintenance 1,506 85 



District No. 12— Port Arthur: 

Travelling Expenses, 20,873.49; Less: Costs Recovered, 5,739.32.. 15,134 17 
Maintenance 2,357 20 

Motorcycle Patrol: 

Depreciation allowance on motorcycles - 8,256 40 

Less: Refunds 69 30 



Veteran Guards and Special Constables: 

Travelling Expenses re Anti-Sabotage and Civil Security Precautions 8,270 33 
Maintenance 8,677 05 



Travelling Expenses and Disbursements of Officers, C.I.B 5,767 16 

Less: Costs Recovered 1,777 94 



Sundry Payments: 

Training School — Expenses and Disbursements of Officers 1,375 97 

Special Investigations 582 31 

Sundry Persons — Awards re Crime Prevention 250 00 

Automobile Supplies and Repairs: 

Acme Bearings & Parts, Ltd., 5,352.09; Acme Shock Absorber Exchange, 
616.30; Boden & Bassingthwaite, 777.69; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 
13,885.74; British & American Motors, Ltd., 2,469.42; Canadian Oil Companies, 
Ltd., 4,126.83; Cities Service Oil Company, Ltd., 517.36; Cozens Springs Ser- 
vice and Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 159.36; E. J. Hunter Tire Co., 313.32; Depart- 
ment of Highways (Ontario), 3,634.41; (Imperial Oil, Ltd., 20,951.21; Kam 
Motors, Ltd., 141.67; Levy Auto Parts Co., 139.78; Joseph A. Lobraico, Ltd., 
195.10; McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 11,469.51; National Automotive Parts, 
Ltd., 157.39; New Toronto Tire and Battery, Ltd., 146.21; Oakville Machine 
Works, Ltd., 132.00; Pryal & Nye, 130.65; Scully & Scully, 1,963.67; See & 
Duggan Motors, Ltd., 124.35; Shell Oil Company of Canada, Ltd., 2,597.71; 
Fred Stratford, Ltd., 166.71; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 811.48; Supertest Petroleum 
Corporation, Ltd., 3,193.13; Toronto Motor Car, Ltd., 845.45; Toronto Shock 
Absorber Exchange, 219.36; Uptown Tire and Battery, Ltd., 112.13; West 

Toronto Tire and Battery, Ltd., 200.24; Accounts under $100, 

2,817.91 78,368 18 

Less Refunds 4,925 29 



4,635 03 



16,441 85 



12,356 60 



17,491 37 



8,187 10 



16,947 38 
Travelling Expenses — Headquarters : 

W. H. Stringer, 561.88; E. Hales, 812.43; W. C. Killing, 27.02; A. 
Moss, 43.88; P. Walter, 247.90; Miscellaneous Travelling Expenses, 
210.22 1,903 33 

Criminal Investigation Branch: 



3,989 22 



2,208 28 



73,442 89 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B 23 

Law Enforcement — Continued 
Insurance: 

Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co. (Fleet Insurance — Automobiles and 
Motorcycles), 6,064.82; London Life Insurance Company (Group Life Insurance, 
Main Force and Motorcycle Patrol), 13,834.32; National Life Assurance Com- 
pany of Canada (Group Life Insurance — Special Constables and Veteran 

Guards), 14,184.34 34,083 48 

Less Refunds: Fleet Insurance, 109.49; Contributions by Officers — 

Group Life, 12,572.72 12,682 21 

21,401 27 

Workmen's Compensation Board: 

Payments pursuant to Section 32, Workmen's Compensation Act and Admin- 
istration Assessment pursuant to Section 118 4,914 17 

Purchase of Equipment: 

Anderson-McLaughlin-Buick-Pontiac, Ltd., 3,216.12; Aikenhead Hardware, 
Ltd., 386.90; Beattie-Cadillac-Chevrolet-Oldsmobile, Ltd., 1,497.06; Boden 
& Bassingthwaite, 1,779.00; Bowmanville Glove & Mitt Co., Ltd., 914.29; British 
and American Motors, Ltd., 2,912.00; Cluett, Peabody Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 446.05; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 700.90; A. D. Gorrie & Co., Ltd., 2,589.41; 
Grieve Motors, Ltd., 3,688.00; A. B. Hewer Uniform Cap Co., 693.25; Hood 
& Cumming, 2,443.17; Lion Sporting Goods Company of Canada, Ltd., 
582.41; Mason Signs, Ltd., 120.00; New Method Laundry Co., Ltd., 521.38; 
Oakville Machine Works, Ltd., 137.50; Pyrene Manufacturing Company of 
Canada, Ltd., 281.61; Rex Tailoring Co., 1,666.40; Scully & Scully, 160.00; 
Scythes & Co., Ltd., 793.60; Tip Top Tailors, Ltd., 11,349.90; Toronto Motor 
Car, Ltd., 2,222.13; Traders' Finance Corporation, 190.00; Valentine & Martin, 
Ltd., 3,338.05; Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., 252.00; Woods Manufactur- 
ing Company of Canada, Ltd., 309.75; Whites Hardware, Ltd., 189.38; 

Accounts under $100, 857.73 44,237 99 

Less: Refunds 1,681 58 

42,556 41 



Miscellaneous: 

Department of Public Works, 1,518.40; King's Printer, 10,437.86; Sundry 

Officers, Criminal Investigation Branch, clothing allowance, 737.50; Cartage, 

express and freight, 770.00; newspapers and periodicals, 78.04 ; telegrams, 
250.85; service badge allowance, 5,599.40; accounts under $100, 230.51 . 19,622 56 
Less Refunds 8 30 



19,614 26 



Law Enforcement Branch $1,420,254 04 

ONTARIO SECURITIES COMMISSION 

Salaries ($52,090.82) 
Permanent: 

M. A. Anderson, 325.00; G. F. Beer, 2,366.67; W. A. Brant, 4,100.00; E. M. 
Browne, 1,300.00; M. Browne, 1,333.33; E. H. Clark, 3,333.33; A. M. Farwell, 
1,183.33; T. C. Fleming, 1,233.33; G. Hager, 1,233.33; J. A. Mahon, 3,000.00; 

E. A. Manning, 866.67; A. M. McBain, 1,075.00; J. McBride, 3,200.00; R. L. 
Pavey, 950.00; H. Ruickbie, 2,000.00; R. C. Sharp, 1,233.33; J. C. Thompson, 
1,075.00; A. Verity, 2,400.00; E. Violet, 1,200.00; J. H. Vogan, 1,433.33; R. B. 
Whitehead, 8,000.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re 
Enlistment, 80.00 42,921 65 

Temporary : 

M. A. Anderson, 600.00; E. E. Campbell, 733.32; W. H. Chisholm, 2,233.28; 

F. R. Fisher, 733.32; R. J. Harding, 200.00; E. A. Manning, 1,466.64; M. H. 
Norman, 350.00; C. B. Ridley, 2,199.96; R. C. Sharp, 833.30; H. Tanton, 679.56 10,029 38 

Total 52,951 03 

Less: Refund, Dominion Government 860 21 



$52,090 82 



B 24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Ontario Securities Commission — Continued 
Services, Expenses, Valuations, Investigations and Miscellaneous Services ($2,942.05) 

E. Campbell, services, 905.00; expenses, 116.05; F. R. Fisher, services, 1,105.00; 

expenses, 386.84; Sundry Persons, witness fees and expenses, 290.54; 

Accounts under $100, 205.13 3,008 56 

Less Refunds: Legal Costs, 1941-1942 66 51 



Travelling Expenses ($3,301.09) 

M. A. Anderson, 43.75; G. F. Beer, 27.75; E. E. Campbell, 306.16; W. H. Chisholm, 
446.88; F. R. Fisher, 93.85; E. A. Manning, 410.48; J. A. Mahon, 757.01; C. B. 
Ridley, 293.57; R. C. Sharp, 77.10; H. Tanton, 14.80; A. Verity, 521.14; J. H. 
Vogan, 63.10; R. B. Whitehead, 95.50; Car tickets, 150.00 



2,942 05 



3,301 09 



Maintenance ($1,769.90) 

W. G. Egbert, 150.00; King's Printer, 1,021.67; Newspapers and periodicals, 46.00; 

telegrams, 55.39; telephone, 304.97; accounts under $100, 191.87 

Ontario Securities Commission $60,103 86 



1,769 90 



STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary ($4,666.62) 
Hon. G. D. Conant 7 months 



4,666 62 



Allowances to Supreme Court Judges under R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 101, 
Sec. 1 ($20,467.94) 

Court of Appeal for Ontario 

Hon. R. S. Robertson, CJ.0 1,000 00 

" R. G. Fisher 1,000 00 

" J. G. Gillanders 1,000 00 

" W. T. Henderson 1,000 00 

" R. L. Kellock 295 70 

a R. E. Laidlaw 157 73 

" C. A. Masten 416 67 

" C. P. McTague 1,000 00 

" W. E. Middleton 768 82 

" W. R. Riddell 1,000 00 

High Court of Ontario 

Hon. H. E. Rose, C.J., President 1,000 00 

" F. H. Barlow 295 70 

" E. R. E. Chevrier 1,000 00 

" J. M. Godfrey 616 66 

" A. W. Greene 1,000 00 

" F. D. Hogg 1,000 00 

" J. A. Hope 1,000 00 

8 D. P. J. Kelly 583 33 

" J. G. Kelly 333 33 

u J. K. McKay 1,000 00 

" J. C. Makins 1,000 00 

u G. F. McFarland 1,000 00 

" C. P. Plaxton 1,000 00 

u 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 ($67,919.46) 

His Honour Judge— Barton, 1,600.00; Boles, 249.99; Byers, 1,000.00; Cameron, 
1,000.00; Clement, 1,000.00; Cochrane, 1,000.00; Coleman, 1,000.00; Constan- 
tineau, 1,000.00; Costello (Dundas) 1,000.00; Costello (Huron) 1,000.00; Cough- 
lin, 1,000.00; Cowan, 1,000.00; Currey, 1,000.00; Daly, 1,000.00; Danis, 1,000.00; 
Denton, 1,600.00; Dowler, 1,000.00; German, 857.52; Gordon, 1,000.00; Grosch, 
889.77; Harvie, 1,000.00; Hayward, 1,000.00; Honeywell, 1,600.00; Ingram, 
1,000.00; Jackson, 1,600.00; Killoran, 1,000.00; Klein, 1,600.00; Lazier, 1,000.00; 
Livermore, 522.22; Livingstone, 1,000.00; Lovering, 1,600.00; Macdonell, 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B_25 

Statutory — Continued 
Allowances to County and District Judges — Continued 

1,600.00; Madden, 1,000.00; Mahon, 1,000.00; McComber, 1,000.00; McDonald, 
1,000.00; McDougall, 64.51; McFadden, 166.66; McGibbon, 1,000.00; Mc- 
Kinnon, 1,000.00; McLean, 1,000.00; Miller, 1,000.00; Moon, 1,000.00; Morley, 
1,000.00; Mulcahy, 1,000.00; Munro, 1,000.00; O'Connor, 166.66; Owens, 1,000.00; 
Parker, 2,600.00; Perrin, 1,000.00; Plouffe, 1,000.00; Popham, 1,000.00; Proulx, 
1,000.00; Reynolds, 1,000.00; Robb, 1,000.00; Ross, 1,000.00; Schwenger, 
1,000.00; Shea, 1,600.00; Smiley, 935.49; Smoke, 1,000.00; Stanbury, 1,000.00; 
Tudhope, 1,000.00; Wearing, 1,000.00; West, 666.64; Wilson, 1,000.00; Wright, 
1,000.00 67,919 46 

Administration of Justice Expenses Act, Special Expenses, R.S.O. 1937, 
Chap. 141, Sec. 12 ($687.71) 

S. W. Brown, 114.75; W. B. Common, 83.81; C. W. Ewing, 130.00; W. B. Fenwick, 
6.30; P. H. Greey, 25.00; M. I. Griffin, 7.80; H. Holmes, 27.50; Kenrick and 
Hickey, 150.00; E. Leader, 11.70; J. H. Miller, 4.50; A. G. Newall and Com- 
pany, 67.65; W. R. Scott, 26.50; G. W. Taylor, 7.20; A. A. Thompson, 25.00. . . 687 71 

Expenses of Elections ($412.90) 

R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 8, Sec. 205, Subsec. 2 and 5. 

King's Printer, 410.83; Accounts under $100, 2.07 412 90 

Probation Offices 

Salaries ($30,783.41) 
Permanent: 

G. W. Anderson, 400.00; A. Browne, 1,900.00; F. T. W. Bunting, 424.98; S. D. 
Cushen, 1,533.33; I. M. England, 243.75; A. J. Fraser, 940.00; M. B. Howell, 
1,400.00; L. E. Lowman, 1,633.33; M. MacDonald, 1,800.00; H. A. May, 468.75; 
J. F. McKinley, 500.00; J. R. McKnight, 1,558.33; H. S. Mott, 1,200.00; F. C. 
Murray, 1,633.33; J. A. Netterfield, 2,100.00; J. M. Nott, 81.25; A. V. Reddick, 
1,733.33; H. A. Robinson, 656.25; M. G. Rooney, 1,025.00; G. Smith, 1,266.67; 
G. G. Spracklin, 1,633.33; J. H. Trusdale, 1,100.00; D. Webster, 1,050.00; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 76.00 26,357 63 

Temporary: 

F. T. W. Bunting, 1,066.64; F. W. Caunt, 43.01; J. R. Langlois, 875.00; J. M. 

Nott, 600.00; M. Racette, 641.13; A. E. Smuck, 1,200.00 4,425 78 

Travelling Expenses ($1,623.09) 

F. T. W. Bunting, 304.88; F. W. Caunt, 3.28; J. R. McKnight, 230.85; A. V. Red- 
dick, 692.00; A. E. Smuck, 35.76; G. G. Spracklin, 34.96; J. H. Trusdale, 231.36; 
Car tickets, 90.00 1,623 09 

Maintenance ($238.66) 
King's Printer, 188.03; Postage, 50.00; telephone, .63 238 66 

Collection Agencies Act ($1,000.00) 
5 George VI, Chap. 12, Sec. 3 

F. S. Ackerman Co., Ltd., Surety Bond 1,000 00 

Statutory $127,799 79 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

Reward for Information given leading to the Arrest and Conviction of Edward 

Roy Kolesar for the murder of his Father, John Kolesar, Rainy 

River District ($500.00) 

Sundry Persons 500 00 



B 26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Special Warrants — Continued 
Payment of Expenses in Connection with Civilian Defence Committee (A.R.P.) 

Payments to Municipalities: 
Cities: 

Belleville, 71.55; Brantford, 404.88; Chatham, 330.72; Gait, 158.32; Guelph, 
118.43; Hamilton, 2,339.52; Kingston, 310.81; Kitchener, 328.21; London, 
519.58; Niagara Falls, 881.23; North Bay, 356.79; Oshawa, 803.92; Owen 
Sound, 495.41; Peterborough, 981.57; Sarnia, 1,311.28; Sault Ste. Marie, 
1,037.58; St. Catharines, 122.89; St. Thomas, 116.55; Stratford, 81.25; 
Sudbury, 361.92; Toronto, 17,707.46; Welland, 547.13; Windsor, 5,616.00; 
Woodstock, 117.24 35,120 24 

Towns: 

Brockville, 148.28; Burlington, 144.30; Cochrane, 263.75; Collingwood, 
22.30; Copper Cliff, 165.75; Cornwall, 272.10; Dundas, 307.04; Fort Erie, 
297.02; Gananoque, 123.10; La Salle, 175.32; Leaside, 682.52; Lindsay, 
119.63; Merritton, 122.62; Midland, 88.25; Mimico, 113.09; New Toronto, 
158.63; Niagara-on-the-Lake, 149.65; Oakville, 203.47; Ojibway, 71.45; 
Port Colborne, 149.96; Prescott, 49.05; Preston, 95.85; Riverside, 361.87; 
Tecumseh, 81.05; Thorold, 158.56; Timmins, 667.35; Waterloo, 73.41; 
Weston, 61.72; Whitby, 367.26 5,694 35 

Villages: 

Forest Hill, 411.00; Humberstone, 152.11; Long Branch, 6.00; Port Dal- 

housie, 101.94; Stoney Creek, 75.07; Swansea, 122.10 868 22 

Townships, etc.: 

Ancaster, 70.20; Barton, 124.52; Burlington, 36.50; Etobicoke, 800.31; 
East Flamboro, 93.95; West Flamboro, 22.53; Grantham, 43.85; Louth, 
26.50; Niagara, 71.88; East Sandwich, 154.68; West Sandwich, 59.95; Salt- 
fleet, 139.13; Scarborough, 1,012.50; Thorold, 97.10; Toronto, 697.10; 
Trafalgar, 75.09; East York, 327.70; North York, 277.37; York, 716.69; 
Burlington Beach Commission, 454.21 5,301 76 

Travelling Expenses: 

C. Anderson, 581.97; H. Bolton, 27.75; C. W. Caskey, 40.58; C. R. Crawford, 
25.00; B. Downs, 124.96; F. A. Eddenden, 62.55; M. M. Hood, 444.53; Judge 
I. M. Macdonell, 264.76; H. D. McNairn, 60.90; S. R. Montgomery, 53.29; 
E. L. Moore, 101.25; J. A. Rowe, 159.43; W. J. Scott, 327.15; M. E. Stalker, 
72.51; C. H. Wilson, 53.29; Accounts under 25.00, 80.06 2,479 98 

Miscellaneous: 

Art Craft Printing Co., Ltd., 586.44; Atwell Fleming Printing Co., Ltd., 
1,320.62; British and American Motors Co., Ltd. ,128.06; Burrowes Manufac- 
turing Co., 756.67; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 182.92; M. B. Dalton, services, 
236.49; Department of Highways, 392.90; Douglas Printing Co., 211.14; General 
Films, Ltd., 673.30; Gordon, Mackay & Co., Ltd., 2,056.56; A. D. Gorrie & 
Co., Ltd., 878.10; King's Printer, 294.76; Lackie Manufacturing Co., 450.00; 
Mundie-Goodfellow Printing Co., Ltd., 5,533.88; Robbins & Myers Company, 
(Canada), Ltd., 105.60; Rogers Radio Broadcasting Co., Ltd., 222.50; Royal 
York Hotel, 1,389.30; Toronto Evening Telegram, 340.72; Toronto Globe & 
Mail, 306.72; Toronto Star, Ltd., 339.00; City of Toronto, Expenses re Fair 
to Britain, 162.77; Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd., 100.00; Western Assur- 
ance Co., 144.00; Express and freight, 1,351.11; telegrams, 83.14; telephone, 

430.24; Accounts under $100, 1,062.51 19,739 45 

Less: Sale of lapel buttons, badges, etc 1,960 19 






17,779 26 



Total $67,243 81 

Less: Refunded by Dominion Government 67,243 81 



Total Expenditure, Department of Attorney-General. $3,061,984.57 



PART C 

DEPARTMENT 

OF 

EDUCATION 

FISCAL YEAR, 1942-43 



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 24 

Text-Books Branch 25 

Training Schools Branch 25 

Normal Schools 26 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes Branch 29 

Public Libraries Branch 31 

Vocational Education Branch 32 

Ontario Training College for Technical Teachers 38 

Superannuated Teachers 38 

Provincial and Other Universities 38 

Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville 38 

Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford 40 

Statutory , 41 

Special Warrants 41 

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MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($53,161.99) 

Permanent: 

Minister's Office: 

M. E. Donson, 1,183.33; M. E. Saunderson, 2,700.00 



Deputy Minister's Office: 

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C. D. Creighton, 2,000.00; D. Crighton, 1,216.67; T. E. P. Ellis, 1,416.67; 
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R. W. Joyce, 1,900.00; D. E. Keough, 1,200.00; T. N. LeSeelleur, 1,233.33; 
R. Litchfield, 1,075.00; R. Marter, 1,400.00; R. E. Phripp, 437.50; R. E. 
Reynolds, 612.50; A. K. A. Rich, 1,200.00; L. A. Rutherford, 1,266.67: 
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Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 87.10 38,478 74 

Temporary: 

G. F. Rogers Deputy Minister 4,500 00 

W. J. Douglas, 1,200.00; W. Stringer, 1,399.92 7,099 92 

Travelling Expenses ($245.28) 

A. M. Campbell, 18.55; W. M. Musgrove, 31.65; A. Noonan, 50.00; G. S. Paxton, 

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Maintenance ($5,200.56) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., 178.65; King's Printer, 2,716.73; Office Specialty Manufacturing 

Co., Ltd., 508.51; Cartage, express and freight, 489.00; newspapers and 

periodicals, 160.75; telegrams, 442.88; telephone, 415.83; accounts under $100, 

288.21 ** 5,200 56 

Proportion of Cost of Minister's Report ($1,849.71) 
King's Printer 1,849 71 

Consolidation and Revision of Education Acts ($81.50) 
King's Printer 81 50 

Advertising in Educational and Other Papers ($375.09) 

The School 375 00 

Compensation, Medical, Hospital and Other Accounts for Workmen Injured 

in Government Work, as Awarded by the Workmen's Comoensation 

Board including Proportion of Administration Expenses ($1,064.56) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 1,064 56 

Cost of Living Bonus ($76,100.48) 
Sundry Employees 76,100 48 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($20.71) 

Postmaster, stamps purchased, 44.37; Less refund of employees' contribution, 

23.66 20 71 

Main Office $138,099_79 



C 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 

Salaries ($8,508.33) 
Permanent: % 

O. M. Bright, 1,916.67; M. A. Fraser, 1,216.67; J. R. Kerfoot, 1,075.00; E. M. 

King, 2,033.32; E. L. L. Leckie, 1,216.67; A. F. Shields, 1,050.00 8,508 33 

Maintenance ($4,319.79) 

King's Printer, 897.08; Sundry Persons, books, 2,234.41; Newspapers and 

periodicals, 1,162.08; accounts under $100, 26.22 4,319 79 

Legislative Library $12,828 12 

PUBLIC RECORDS AND ARCHIVES BRANCH 

Salaries ($2,934.59) 
Permanent: 

C. C. Creed, 525.00; H. A. McClung, 1,916.67; E. R. Rush, 492.92 2,934 59 

Travelling Expenses ($8.65) 

H. A. McClung 8 65 

Maintenance ($360.34) 
King's Printer, 339.36; Accounts under $100, 20.98 360 34 

Purchase of Documents, etc. ($370.20) 

A. E. Byerly, 110.00; Newspapers and periodicals, 29.00; accounts under $100, 

231.20 370 20 

Public Records and Archives Branch $3,673 78 

PUBLIC AND SEPARATE SCHOOL EDUCATION 
Grants and Maintenance ($4,904,262.49) 

Rural Public Schools, Counties: 

Brant, 19,116.46; Bruce, 39,511.32; Carleton, 49,719.99; Dufferin, 21,612.39; 
Elgin, 23,906.98; Essex, 55,566.56; Frontenac, 77,585.29; Grey, 55,753.31; 
Haldimand, 19,106.68; Haliburton, 51,687.14; Halton, 15,523.16; Hastings, 
98,812.53; Huron, 34,992.33; Kent, 33,888.44; Lambton, 37,504.47; Lanark, 
31,877.28; Leeds and Grenville, 58,806.50; Lennox and Addington, 44,619.60; 
Lincoln, 37,980.87; Middlesex, 45,317.02; Norfolk, 25,182.93; Northumberland 
and Durham, 56,513.06; Ontario, 49,268.26; Oxford, 29,708.43; Peel, 38,388.89; 
Perth, 18,572.99; Peterborough, 42,728.06; Prescott and Russell, 22,283.26; 
Prince Edward, 18,181.75; Renfrew, 65,051.63; Simcoe, 61,094.80; Stormont, 
Dundas and Glengarry, 67,152.58; Victoria, 28,157.74; Waterloo, 26,056.30; 
Welland, 64,653.70; Wentworth, 35,757.74; Wellington, 36,235.29; York, 
541,881.09 2,079,756 82 

Rural Separate Schools, Counties: 

Bruce, 4,870.35; Carleton, 26,231.90; Essex, 25,027.12; Frontenac, 3,039.17; 
Grey, 2,031.32; Hastings, 3,364.26; Huron, 2,496.15; Kent, 4,356.83; Lambton, 
479.39; Lanark, 802.17; Leeds and Grenville, 663.49; Lennox and Addington, 
796.50; Middlesex, 493.34; Norfolk, 1,940.29; Northumberland and Durham, 
956.19; Ontario, 752.78; Peel, 133.93; Perth, 3,358.56; Peterborough, 1,085.49; 
Prescott and Russell, 54,455.28; Renfrew, 14,957.96; Simcoe, 3,595.20; Stormont, 
Dundas and Glengarry, 39,368.38; Victoria, 551.28; Waterloo, 3,561.35; Went- 
worth, 1,846.53; Wellington, 1,330.82; York, 42,084.40 244,630 43 

Rural Public Schools, Districts: 

Algoma, 74,094.22; Cochrane, 110,630.93; Kenora, 50,392.39; Manitoulin, 
31,631.58; Muskoka, 78,556.95; Nipissing, 63,989.74; Parry Sound, 114,501.39; 
Rainy River, 56,330.01; Sudbury, 119,399.78; Temiskaming, 102,985.66; 
Thunder Bay, 101,328.97 903,841 62 

Rural Separate Schools, Districts: 

Algoma, 3,137.23; Cochrane, 107,149.16; Kenora, 956.84; Manitoulin, 2,344.57; 
Muskoka, 2,137.84; Nipissing, 51,034.13; Parry Sound, 901.25; Rainy River, 
4,002.96; Sudbury, 95,255.50; Temiskaming, 47,464.47; Thunder Bay, 3,171.47 317,555 42 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C13 

Public and Separate Schools, Grants, etc. — Continued 
Public Schools, Cities: 

Belleville, 5,266.51; Brantford, 12,983.98; Chatham, 7,165.29; Fort William, 
9,987.24; Gait, 4,613.80; Guelph, 7,099.47; Hamilton, 24,339.90; Kingston, 
7,691.80; Kitchener, 14,803.10; London, 11,604.64; Niagara Falls, 7,028.59; 
North Bay, 6,259.42; Oshawa, 8,336.70; Ottawa, 12,579.00; Owen Sound, 
8,335.07; Peterborough, 10,696.72; Port Arthur, 7,029.75; St. Catharines, 
11,466.32; St. Thomas, 5,475.70; Sarnia, 8,195.88; Sault Ste. Marie, 9,913.48; 
Stratford, 6,698.38; Sudbury, 5,864.74; Toronto, 102,164.00; Welland, 6,936.82; 
Windsor, 19,091.39; Woodstock, 4,464.47 346,092 16 

Separate Schools, Cities: 

Belleville, 1,881.93; Brantford, 3,501.27; Chatham, 2,864.09; Fort William, 
4,260.42; Gait, 1,730.70; Guelph, 4,779.82; Hamilton, 15,825.20; Kingston, 
3,927.29; Kitchener, 8,866.07; London, 2,734.34; Niagara Falls, 1,829.72; North 
Bay, 10,186.05; Oshawa, 2,654.88; Ottawa, 53,674.78; Owen Sound, 720.18; 
Peterborough, 5,072.45; Port Arthur, 2,996.74; St. Catharines, 2,314.14; St. 
Thomas, 812.69; Sarnia, 2,257.87; Sault Ste. Marie, 10,109.00; Stratford, 1,039.14; 
Sudbury, 20,616.61; Toronto, 28,568.12; Windsor, 28,477.27; Woodstock, 747.71 222,448 48 

Public Schools, Towns: 

Alexandria, 500.60; Alliston, 1,126.58; Almonte, 715.93; Amherstburg, 830.99; 
Arnprior, 1,004.84; Aurora, 2,109.51; Aylmer, 1,710.99; Bala, 271.97; Barrie, 
4,191.42; Blenheim, 2,348.92; Blind River, 1,261.07; Bothwell, 895.34; Brace- 
bridge, 1,892.18; Bowmanville, 1,706.72; Brampton, 2,525.90; Brockville, 
3,707.38; Bruce Mines, 866.56; Burlington, 1,439.85; Campbellford, 1,692.43; 
Carleton Place, 2,521.11; Cache Bay, 631.45; Capreol, 4,063.70; Chesley, 2,132.52; 
Clinton, 1,240.63; Cobalt, 5,305.06; Cobourg, 2,483.89; Cochrane, 2,367.12; 
Collingwood, 4,549.29; Coniston, 665.03; Copper Cliff, 1,508.76; Cornwall, 
2,255.57; Deseronto, 1,683.05; Dresden, 1,901.56; Dryden, 1,518.35; Dundas, 
2,536.73; Dunnville, 3,199.07; Durham, 3,002.20; Eastview, 2,167.88; Elmira, 
679.41; Englehart, 3,940.70; Essex, 1,554.74; Forest, 1,366.50; Fort Erie, 4,624.57; 
Fort Frances, 4,392.76; Frood Mine, 40.60; Gananoque, 1,559.02; Georgetown, 
779.45; Geraldton, 1,056.70; Goderich, 1,439.93; Gore Bay, 1,036.03; Gravenhurst, 
2,407.45; Grimsby, 1,833.40; Haileybury, 857.11; Hanover, 3,283.38; Harriston, 
811.82; Harrow, 1,189.92; Hawkesbury, 305.50; Hearst, 1,612.25; Hespeler, 
1,354.97; Huntsville, 2,351.71 ;Ingersoll, 2,924.06; Iroquois Falls, 1,271.45; Kearney, 
1,621.64; Keewatin, 861.46; Kenora, 3,378.50; Kincardine, 2,206.24; Kingsville, 
849.90; Larder Lake, 1,278.77; La Salle, 119.88; Latchford, 1,165.23; Leam- 
ington, 2,522.69; Leaside, 3,320.04; Levack, 2,337.85; Lindsay, 3,523.97; Lis- 
towel, 1,119.68; Little Current, 1,475.17; Massey, 1,134.00; Matheson, 1,612.97; 
Mattawa, 623.04; Meaford, 2,237.04; Merritton, 1,046.23; Midland, 2,320.18; 
Milton, 1,224.08; Mimico, 7,444.45; Mitchell, 1,289.59; Mount Forest, 944.38; 
Napanee, 1,570.78; Nesterville, 485.93; New Liskeard, 1,878.15; Newmarket, 
2,988.30; New Toronto, 3,966.82; Niagara, 1,179.09; Oakville, 1,122.26; Orange- 
ville, 1,432.89; Orillia, 3,122.67; Palmerston, 1,137.94; Paris, 1,347.23; Park- 
hill, 657.04; Parry Sound, 4,934.13; Pembroke, 4,911.64; Penetanguishene 
(Protestant Separate School Board), 784.53; Perth, 1,295.55; Petrolia, 2,197.19; 
Picton, 1,115.85; Port Colborne, 3,077.29; Port Hope, 2,524.58; Powassan, 
2,240.48; Prescott, 1,310.61; Preston, 1,492.28; Rainy River, 1,258.83; Renfrew, 
1,056.09; Ridgetown, 2,513.36; Riverside, 6,274.31; Rockland, 85.02; St. Mary's, 
1,011.69; Seaforth, 1,446.32; Simcoe, 1,779.90; Sioux Lookout, 3,798.05; Smith's 
Falls, 3,110.03; Smooth Rock Falls, 2,269.82; Southampton, 2,400.02; Stayner, 
401.09; Strathroy, 1,930.16; Sturgeon Falls, 542.46; Tecumseh, 170.81; Thes- 
salon, 2,839.27; Thornbury, 804.74; Thorold, 2,306.65; Tilbury, 969.16; Tillson- 
burg, 2,383.68; Timmins, 16,909.52; Trenton, 4,659.83; Trout Creek, 1,004.55; 
Uxbridge, 1,382.31; Vankleek Hill, 709.57; Walkerton, 1,192.36; Wallaceburg, 
3,521.76; Waterloo, 3,106.22; Webbwood, 1,506.65; Weston, 2,843.74; Whitby, 
1,512.12; Wiarton, 2,907.58; Wingham, 938.58 293,182 04 

Separate Schools, Towns: 

Alexandria, 5,156.35; Almonte, 1,534.50; Amherstburg, 1,700.59; Arnprior, 
2,420.48; Barrie, 345.65; Blenheim, 183.60; Blind River, 6,708.41; Bonfield, 
4,767.69; Brockville, 1,319.71; Cache Bay, 3,268.10; Campbellford, 366.70; 
Charlton, 842.19; Chelmsford, 6,842.22; Clarkstown, 5,300.02; Cobalt, 9,756.92; 
Cobourg, 951.02; Cochrane, 2,407.69; Collingwood, 187.23; Coniston, 4,505.50; 
Cornwall, 15,382.96; Dundas, 414.73; Eastview, 12,797.32; Essex, 1,173.49; 
Fort Frances, 1,531.27; Gananoque, 805.61; Geraldton, 1,633.80; Goderich. 



C 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No 1 

Public and Separate Schools, Grants, etc. — Continued 

Separate Schools, Towns — Continued 

242.39; Haileybury, 1,840.93; Hanover, 589.62; Hawkesbury, 17,918.81; Hearst, 
6,005.98; Hespeler, 150.60; Ingersoll, 540.45; Iroquois Falls, 8,048.57; Kearney, 
716.20; Keewatin, 551.68; Kenora, 1,405.35; La Salle, 1,928.52; Leamington, 
692.20; Lindsay, 721.90; Little Current, 1,879.60; Massey, 2,810.25; Mattawa, 
7,115.06; Merritton, 403.85; Midland, 4,721.99; Mimico, 1,239.00; Mount 
Forest, 214.02; New Liskeard, 1,319.01; Newmarket, 338.47; Oakville, 74.66; 
Orillia, 697.26; Paris, 236.00; Parkhill, 99.59; Pembroke, 9,854.58; Penetangui- 
shene (Roman Catholic Public School Board), 6,268.44; Perth, 916.60; Picton, 
125.54; Prescott, 576.41; Preston, 1,033.39; Rainy River, 1,305.14; Renfrew, 
2,586.74; Riverside, 4,053.62; Rockland, 6,684.05; St. Mary's, 236.55; Seaforth, 
506.59; Simcoe, 513.22; Sioux Lookout, 1,559.47; Smith's Falls, 1,053.65; 
Smooth Rock Falls, 9,339.25; Sturgeon Falls, 10,095.00; Tecumseh, 8,867.62; 
Thorold, 1,978.23; Tilbury, 2,508.02; Tillsonburg, 908.05; Timmins, 40,053.37; 
Trenton, 1,420.28; Vankleek Hill, 3,627.14; Walkerton, 2,225.79; Wallace- 
burg, 3,731.85; Waterloo, 1,432.90; Weston, 1,739.91; Whitby, 194.72 280,201 83 

Public Schools, Villages: 

Acton, 1,489.88; Ailsa Craig, 386.86; Alvinston, 668.88; Arkona, 1,109.14; 
Arthur, 572.94; Athens, 1,464.77; Ayr, 595.74; Bancroft, 3,077.80; Barry's 
Bay, 281.53; Bath, 513.96; Beamsville, 1,048.26; Beaverton, 766.08; Beeton, 
688.49; Belle River, 91.16; Bloomfield, 413.62; Blyth, 323.39; Bobcaygeon, 
804.43; Bolton, 545.42; Bradford, 488.10; Braeside, 1,206.00; Brighton, 1,720.15; 
Brussels, 575.46; Burk's Falls, 1,634.09; Caledonia, 2,735.65; Cannington, 
489.74; Cardinal, 1,820.72; Cavuga, 2,321.60; Chatsworth, 550.24; Chester- 
ville, 1,420.05; Chippawa, 1,406.02; Clifford, 258.63; Cobden, 928.73; Colborne, 
1,195.61; Coldwater, 1,107.05; Courtright, 604.87; Creemore, 398.07; Delhi, 
953.21; Deloro, 1,370.05; Drayton, 286.62; Dundalk, 997.00; Dutton, 477.35; 
Eganville, 777.37; Elora, 868.80; Embro, 474.54; Erieau, 299.62; Erin, 257.19; 
Exeter, 686.65; Fenelon Falls, 754.55; Fergus, 1,958.93; Finch, 373.57; Flesh- 
erton, 598.83; Fonthill, 1,335.33; Forest Hill, 2.763.20; Frankford, 1,517.26; 
Glencoe, 607.44; Grand Vallev, 469.71; Hagersville, 2,340.33; Hastings, 
786.73; Havelock, 1,877.21; Hensall, 468.19; Hepworth, 734.94; Hilton 
Beach, 774.95; Humberstone, 7,195.86; Iroquois, 534.06; Jarvis, 1,163.74; 
Kemptville, 2,235.68; Killaloe, 708.55; Lakefield, 2,038.62; Lanark, 920.43; 
Lion's Head, 691.33; Long Branch, 9,667.33; L'Orignal (Protestant Separate 
School Board), 305.40 ; Lucan, 690.31 ; Lucknow, 1,092.96 ; Madoc, 
2,008.97; Markdale, 1,478.46; Markham, 1,414.42; Marmora, 2,571.75; Max- 
ville, 922.02; Merrickville, 1,386.43; Mildmay, 453.21; Millbrook, 884.05; 
Milverton, 576.86; Morrisburg, 1,873.62; Neustadt, 932.47; Newboro, 743.87; 
Newbury, 463.66; Newburgh, 836.75; Newcastle, 838.14; New Hamburg, 
923.24; Norwood, 1,748.55; Norwich, 933.93; Oil Springs, 430.41; Omemee, 
322.30; Paisley, 1,038.25; Point Edward. 1,839.65; Port Carling, 399.64; Port 
Credit, 2,271.13; Port Dalhousie, 2,531.44; Port Dover, 1,047.77; Port Elgin, 
1,738.50; Port McNicoll, 1,221.93; Port Perry, 1,243.03; Port Rowan, 409.16; 
Portsmouth, 1,150.30; Port Stanley, 718.08; Port Sydney, 250.52; Richmond, 
731.15; Richmond Hill, 1,887.02; Ripley, 275.21; Rockcliffe Park, 1,114.52; 
Rodney, 358.97; Rosseau, 795.08; St. Clair Beach 119.29; Shallow Lake, 849.85; 
Shelburne, 816.00; South River, 2,078.33; Springfield, 489.08; Stirling, 964.45; 
Stoney Creek, 1,152.29; Stouffville, 1,105.59; Streetsville, 1.193.28; Sutton 
West, 923.70; Swansea, 6,235.98; Tara, 498.63; Tavistock, 899.63; Teeswater, 
824.21; Thamesville, 882.49; Thedford, 584.38; Thornloe, 802.55; Tiverton, 
448.60; Tottenham, 699.23; Victoria Harbour, 4,260.30; Vienna, 431.40; Wards- 
ville, 286.84; Watford, 1,283.76; Waterdown, 614.55; Water ford, 964.56; West 
Lome, 668.76; Westport, 671.91; Wheatley, 1,022.73; Winchester, 868.58; 
Windermere, 179.22; Woodbridge, 1,152.62; Woodville, 228.07; Wyoming, 
743.95 165,466 24 

Separate Schools, Villages: 

Arthur, 207.15; Barry's Bay, 4,260.23; Belle River, 1,752.60; Casselman, 
3,643.42; Chesterville, 693.67; Delhi, 2,159.09; Eganville, 991.12; Elora, 270.89; 
Fergus, 282.33; Forest Hill, 70.59; Hastings, 373.20; Killaloe, 2,710.33; Lan- 
caster, 2,873.10; L'Orignal (Roman Catholic Public School Board), 2,389.00; 
Marmora, 884.09; Mildmay, 2,026.58; Port Dalhousie, 848.40; Portsmouth, 
467.30; Swansea, 349.55; Teeswater, 345.90; Thornloe, 584.16; Tweed, 1,280.15; 
Westport, 508.29 29,971 14 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 15 

Public and Separate Schools, Grants, etc. — Continued 

Services and Expenses in connection with Revision of the Programme of Study: 

Services: 

C. F. Cannon, 216.00; G. N. Edwards, 216.50; H. E. Elborn, 209.17; F. S. 
Rivers, 219.67; 

Expenses: 

G. N. Edwards, 131.35; F. S. Rivers, 450.40 1,443 09 

Maintenance: 

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 180.00; Empire Information, 2,812.92; 

King's Printer, 16,305.72; National Council of Education, 171.90; 

Postage, 175.00; accounts under $100, 27.68 19,673 22 

Assisted Public and Separate Schools, Grants and Maintenance ($66,897.52) 
Rural and Urban Public Schools, Counties: 

Bruce, 200.00; Carleton, 465.14; Elgin, 146.00; Essex, 1,500.00; Frontenac, 
100.00; Grey, 100.00; Haliburton, 1,011.20; Hastings, 678.33; Lanark, 400.00; 
Lennox and Addington, 825.00; Lincoln, 2,000.00; Ontario, 1,260.00; Perth, 
314.50; Peterborough, 1,460.00; Renfrew, 2,252.43; Simcoe, 200.00; Stormont, 
Dundas and Glengarry, 130.00; Wentworth, 150.00 13,192 60 

Rural and Urban Separate Schools, Counties: 

Carleton, 18,000.00; Essex, 550.00; Hastings, 146.19; Northumberland and 
Durham, 87.59; Prescott and Russell, 700.00; Renfrew, 100.00; Simcoe, 1,500.00; 
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 2,100.00; York, 1,398.36 24,582 14 

Public Schools, Districts: 

Algoma, 2,142.65; Cochrane, 3,008.45; Kenora, 2,896.17; Manitoulin, 550.00; 
Muskoka, 1,493.93; Nipissing, 2,000.00; Parry Sound, 511.25; Rainy River, 
2,190.62; Sudbury, 2,200.00; Temiskaming, 1,392.52; Thunder Bay, 1,320.19.. 19,705 78 

Separate Schools, Districts: 

Cochrane, 5,090.00; Kenora, 600.00; Manitoulin, 467.00; Nipissing, 200.00; 

Sudbury, 2,700.00; Thunder Bay, 360.00 9,417 00 

Grants to Boards for Transportation of Pupils ($48,990.11) 

Rural Public Schools, Counties: 

Essex, 765.00; Frontenac, 1,649.89; Grey, 2,615.90; Halton, 811.13; Hastings, 
168.30; Leeds and Grenville, 3,791.49; Lennox and Addington, 631.63; Lincoln, 
836.65; Northumberland and Durham, 1,774.43; Ontario, 381.50; Oxford, 
218.54; Perth, 878.41; Peterborough, 1,134.05; Prescott and Russell, 422.11; 
Simcoe, 2,753.28; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 1,042.56; Victoria, 308.61; 
Waterloo, 1,159.98; Welland, 248.56; Wellington, 36.00; Wentworth, 925.12; 
York, 4,261.74. 26,814 88 

Rural Separate Schools, Counties: 

Essex, 484.77; Norfolk, 466.60; Northumberland and Durham, 225.97; Peter- 
borough, 30.00; Waterloo, 258.00; York, 472.50 1,937 84 

Rural Public Schools, Districts: 

Algoma, 1,124.51; Cochrane, 1,187.44; Kenora, 911.82; Manitoulin, 969.60; 
Muskoka, 6,048.86; Nipissing, 870.00; Parry Sound, 1,345.46; Rainy River, 
2,203.16; Temiskaming, 1,437,48; Thunder Bay, 2,266.31 18,364 64 

Rural Separate Schools, Districts: 

Algoma, 150.00; Cochrane, 446.40; Manitoulin, 336.50; Rainy River, 351.85; 

Sudbury, 588.00 1,872 75 

Special Grant to School at Whitefish Falls, District of Algoma ($800.00) 
The Lord Bishop of Algoma 800 00 



C 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Kindergarten Classes, Grants and Maintenance ($17,463.20) 

Public Schools, Cities: 

Brantford, 270.00; Chatham, 147.00; Fort William, 249.60; Gait, 144.00; Guelph, 
138.00; Hamilton, 660.00; Kingston, 210.00; Kitchener, 330.00; London, 516.00; 
North Bay, 30.00; Oshawa, 207.60; Ottawa, 336.00; Owen Sound, 150.00; 
Peterborough, 168.00; Port Arthur, 213.60; St. Catharines, 240.00; Sarnia, 
90.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 228.00; Stratford, 114.00; Toronto, 2,886.00; Welland, 
108.00; Windsor, 695.40; Woodstock, 120.00 8,251 20 

Public Schools, Towns: 

Amherstburg, 32.00; Arnprior, 40.00; Aylmer, 40.00; Barrie, 88.00; Bowman- 
ville, 72.00; Brampton, 120.00; Brockville, 72.00; Burlington, 40.00; Campbell- 
ford, 40.00; Cobourg, 64.00; Cochrane, 72.00; Collingwood, 72.00; Dryden, 
32.00; Dundas, 32.00; Dunnville, 20.00; Durham, 32.00; Eastview, 40.00; 
Elmira, 40.00; Fort Erie, 112.00; Fcrt Frances, 80.00; Gananoque, 40.00; 
Goderich, 40.00; Grimsby, 40.00; Hanover, 80.00; Hawkesbury, 16.00; Hespeler, 
40.00; Ingersoll, 60.00; Iroquois, Falls 40.00; Keewatin, 40.00; Kingsville, 
40.00; Leamington, 120.00; Leaside, 131.20; Merritton, 32.00; Mimico, 40.00; 
Newmarket, 80.00; New Toronto, 120.00; Oakville, 32.00; Paris, 80.00; Park- 
hill, 32.00; Pembroke, 72.00; Penetanguishene (Protestant Separate School 
Board), 32.00; Perth, 52.00; Picton, 40.00; Port Colborne, 152.00; Port Hope, 
32.00; Prescott, 20.00; Preston, 73.60; Renfrew, 40.00; Seaforth, 20.00; Simcoe, 
52.80; Sioux Lookout, 32.00; Smooth Rock Falls, 40.00; Strathroy, 64.00; 
Tillsonburg, 40.00; Timmins, 280.00; Vankleek Hill, 16.00; Waterloo, 104.00; 
Weston, 120.00; Whitby, 40.00 3,565 60 

Public Schools, Villages: 

Athens, 30.00; Brighton, 60.00; Cayuga, 30.00; Chesterville, 24.00; Delhi, 
60.00; Eganville, 30.00; Forest Hill, 168.00; Glencoe, 60.00; Hagersville, 30.00; 
Humberstone, 60.00; Kemptville, 30.00; Lakefield, 60.00; Long Branch, 60.00; 
Millbrook, 18.00; New Hamburg, 24.00; Port Credit, 48.00; Port Dalhousie, 
60.00; Richmond Hill, 48.00; Rockcliffe Park, 48.00; Stoney Creek, 48.00; Stouff- 
ville, 48.00; Streetsville, 60.00; Swansea, 180.00; Waterford, 60.00 1,344 00 

Public Schools, Townships: 

No. 2, Barton, 60.00; No. 11, Bertie, 60.00; No. 3, Brantford, 60.00; No. 3, 
Buchanan, 24.00; Burlington Beach, 60.00; No. 2, Canboro, 24.00; No. 12, 
Clarke, 24.00; Crowland School Area, 48.00; No. 1, Deloro, 30.00; Dysart 
School Area, 24.00; No. 3, Etobicoke, 60.00; No. 5, Etobicoke, 60.00; No. 11B, 
Etobicoke, 60.00; No. 15, Etobicoke, 60.00; No. 16A, Etobicoke, 48.00; No. 2, 
Flamboro East, 60.00; U. No. 5, 6, Grantham, 60.00; No. 5, Nash, 48.00; No. 1, 
Nakina, 48.00; No. 1, Nepean, 24.00; No. 2, Nepean, 228.00; No. 8, Niagara, 
60.00; Nipigon Consolidated, 19.20; No. 1, O'Brien, 120.00; No. 11, Saltfleet, 
48.00; No. 10, Scarborough, 139.20; No. 12, Scarborough, 60.00; No. 13, Scar- 
borough, 48.00; No. 15, Scarborough, 60.00; No. 1, Tisdale, 228.00; No. 2, 
Tisdale, 48.00; No. 7, Toronto, 60.00; No. 22, Westminster, 60.00; No. 10, 
Whitby East, 60.00; Whitby School Area, 60.00; York, 1,686.00; No. 14, York 
North, 60.00 3,986 40 

Separate Schools: 

Fort William, 54.00; Midland, 32.00; Port Arthur, 30.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 

30.00; No. 2, Teck, 48.00; Sudbury, 30.00; Timmins, 72.00; Toronto, 20.00. ... 316 00 

Night Schools, Grants and Maintenance ($1,967.00) 

No. 1, Adjala, 23.33; No. 4, Adjala, 14.00; No. 8, Adjala,9.33; No. 1, Atikokan, 300.00; 
No. 6, Charlotteville, 28.00; No. 1, Essa, 13.13; No. 3, Essa, 7.00; No. 4, Essa, 
7.00; No. 6, Essa, 23.33; No. 7, Essa, 32.67; No. 14, Essa, 7.00; No. 3, Flos, 
7.88; No. 7, Flos, 7.88; No. 10, Flos, 18.67; No. 3, Gwillimbury West, 10.50; 
No. 4, Gwillimbury West, 10.50; U. No. 5, Gwillimbury West, 22.75; No. 7, 
Gwillimbury West, 18.67; No. 3, Innisfil, 7.88; No. 4, Innisfil, 7.88; No. 7, 
Innisfil, 7.88; No. 8, Innisfil, 7.88; No. 13, Innisfil, 32.67; No. 14, Medonte, 
23.33; U. No. 6, 17, Mulmur, 8.75; U. No. 2, Nottawasaga, 5.25; No. 8, Notta- 
wasaga, 8.75; No. 9, Nottawasaga, 28.00; No. 14, Nottawasaga, 8.75; No. 16, 
Nottawasaga, 5.25; No. 2, Orillia, 23.33; U. No. 3, Orillia, 23.33; No. 4, Orillia, 
14.00; No. 7, Orillia, 23.33; Oro Township School Area "A", 18.67; No. 3, Sunni- 
dale, 18.67; No. 4, Sunnidale, 18.67; U. No. 11, Tay, 23.33; No. 6, Tecumseth, 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 17 

Night Schools, Grants, etc. — Continued 

* 32 67: No. 8, Tecumseth, 22.75; No. 11, Tecumseth, 22.75; No. 12, Tiny, 7.88; 
No 13 Tiny, 23.33; No. 14, Tiny, 18.67; No. 21, Tiny, 7.88; Timmins, 540.00; 
No. 2 A, Tisdale, 80.00; Toronto, 282.50; No. 6, Vespra, 23.33; No. 9, Vespra, 
9.33; U. No. 10, Vespra, 18.67 1,967 00 

Consolidated Schools, Grants and Maintenance ($78,971.68) 

Barwick, 1,378.60; Burriss, 1,919.66; Byng Inlet, 1,498.80; Charlton, 1,602.56; 
Dorion, 1,911.50; Falls View, 2,473.46; Gooderham, 2,153.45; Grant, 597.52; 
Grantham, 1,100.00; Hudson, 1,535.56; Humber Heights, 1,197.88; Katrine, 
643 75; Macdonald, 621.20; Mallorytown, 1,905.70; Mindemoya, 1,165.40; 
Morley 2 291.36; Nipigon, 2,000.29; Nobel, 25,018.10; ^North Mountain, 
2 953.88; Pointe Au Baril, 1,108.90; Quibell, 1,649.96; Savard, 1,992.16; Sun- 
d'ridge, 11,291.67; Tamworth, 2,540.04; Tweed, 1,847.73; Wellington, 2,285.50; 
West Guilford, 1,630.45; Wilberforce, 607.10 78,922 18 

Maintenance: King's Printer 49 50 

Agriculture and Horticulture Grants and Maintenance ($47,542.72) 
Ungraded Schools: Public, 21,511.05; Separate, 231.26 21,742 31 

Graded Schools: Public, 20,073.45; Separate, 5,654.46 25,727 91 

Maintenance: King's Printer 72 50 

Manual Training and Home Economics ($32,592.59) 
Ungraded Schools: Public, 9,540.07 ;!Separate ( 50.00 9,590 07 

Graded Schools: Public, 18,741.26; Separate,*4,261.26 23,002 52 

Correspondence Courses, Salaries and Maintenance ($37,076.92) 
Salaries ($29,899.94): 

Permanent: 

H. Borthwick, 1,216.67; M. P. T. Dennis, 1,216.67; J. J. Easton, 1,216.67; 

D. B. Fort, 46.00; E. M. Froud, 1,216.67; V. S. Fuller, 1,216.67; M. F. 

Hinchliffe, 1,300.00; M. L. Jamieson, 1,216.67; M. T. H. Lacasse, 1,200.00; 

A. P. Legault, 1,200.00; A. McAlpine, 1,216.67; L. McBride, 1,600.00; 

J. M. Mclntyre, 1,216.67; E. M. McKenzie, 1,116.67; M. K. Mungovan, 

1,216.67; D. B. Ross, 704.00; M. F. Russell, 1,216.67; O. M. Saunders, 

1,216.67; R. V. Scott, 1,216.67; M. E. M. Simpson, 1,216.67; N. A. Vale, 

1,233.33; L. A. W. Williams, 100.00; H. R. Williamson, 1,216.67 25,533 38 

Temporary: 

P. E. Hannenberg, 1, 200.00 jlL.'A. W. Hartin, 900.00; A. W. Keefe, 1,216.64; 

L. M. Lewis, 977.66; G. Rogers, 72.26 4,366 56 

Maintenance: 

Clarke, Irwin & Co., Ltd., 188.44; Copp, Clark^Co., Ltd., 568.15; W. J. Gage 

& Co., Ltd., 291.23; King's Printer, 4,567.71; Ryerson Press, 545.34; Postage, 

35.00; accounts under $100, 981.11 7,176 98 

Courses by Itinerant Teachers, School Cars, etc. ($15,440.58) 
Salaries ($12,119.97): 
Permanent: 

H. F. Antoniak, 1,516.67; A. D. Clement, 1,616.67; W. J. Fleming, 1,800.00; 
A. G. McKay, 266.66; W. H. McNally, 1,800.00; F. G. Sloman, 1,800.00; 
W. A. Wright, 1,800.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution 
re Enlistment, 53.34 10,653 34 

Temporary: 

H. E. McKay 1,466 63 



C 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Courses by Itinerant Teachers, etc. — Continued 
Maintenance: 

Canadian National Railways, 1,180.25; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 432.25; 

T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 110.91 ; King's Printer, 174.05; T. & N.O. Railway, 455.81 ; 

Cartage, express and freight, 72.85; newspapers and periodicals, 131.70; accounts 

under $100, 762.79 3,320 61 

Auxiliary Classes, Grants and Maintenance ($94,026.85) 

Public Schools, Cities: 

Belleville, 225.00; Brantford, 1,136.30; Chatham, 574.04; Fort William, 1,269.58; 
Gait, 230.00; Guelph, 1,085.28; Hamilton, 4,286.31; Kingston, 1,001.66; Kitch- 
ener, 1,747.99; London, 4,095.08; Niagara Falls, 850.42; North Bav, 1,467.91; 
Oshawa, 633.05; Ottawa, 5,533.74; Owen Sound, 473.57; Peterborough, 396.78; 
Port Arthur, 988.60; Sarnia, 908.11; Sault Ste. Marie, 883.79; St. Catharines, 
1,417.84; St. Thomas, 1,187.09; Stratford, 100.00; Sudbury, 538.26; Toronto, 
22,511.46; Windsor, 2,987.12; Woodstock, 696.02 57,225 00 

Public Schools, Towns: 

Aylmer, 70.00; Barrie, 168.64; Brampton, 28.42; Brockville, 395.11; Burlington, 
48.62; Cache Bay, 24.65; Capreol, 60.63; Chesley, 3.12; Clinton, 7.25; Coniston, 
28.98; Dryden, 10.25; Dundas, 39.00; Fort Erie, 14.75; Fort Francis, 200.00; 
Georgetown, 16.19; Goderich, 325.00; Huntsville, 37.81; Leaside, 36.00; Levack, 
61.73; Lindsay, 193.98; Listowel, 63.09; Mattawa, 19.88; Midland, 354.53; 
Milton, 20.73; Napanee, 144.47; New Liskeard, 62.25; Oakville, 46.51; Orillia, 
219.58; Pembroke, 300.78; Penetanguishene, 295.55; Picton, 175.55; Powassan, 
30.00; Preston, 260.82; Ridgetown, 215.68; Smith's Falls, 564.55; Strathrov, 91.91; 
Sturgeon Falls, 53.57; Thorold, 33.98; Tillsonburg, 72.00; Trout Creek, 14.25; 
Walkerton, 128.67; Wallaceburg, 278.14; Waterloo, 285.00; Wiarton, 150.00 5,651 62 

Public Schools, Villages: 

Acton, 16.71; Athens, 24.44; Avr, 57.60; Braeside, 36.90; Brighton, 3.71; Chip- 
pawa, 144; ' olborne, 6 50; Erieau, 8.82; Exeter, 2.53; Forest Hill. 164 32 
Hastings, 24.68; Humberstone, 3.89; Lakefield, 12.70; Mildmay, 16.88; Newbury, 
2.21; New Hamburg, 54.00; Point Edward, 75.82; South River, 25.08; Swansea, 
45.00; Tottenham, 1.05 584 28 

Public Schools, Townships: 

York, 3,978.55; York East, 1,227.70; York North, 491.30; Sundry School Sec- 
tions, 3,552.70 9,250 25 

Public Schools, Sanatoria, etc.: 

Mountain Sanatorium, 2,476.90; Muskoka Sanatorium, 1,469.78; Queen Alexandra 
Sanatorium, 1,630.36; Toronto Hospital School, 1,907.98 7,485 02 

Separate Schools, Cities: 

Belleville, 35.73; Chatham, 36.00; Hamilton, 776.65; Kingston, 253.11; Kitch- 
ener, 728.15; London, 225.00; Ottawa, 2,129.87; Sarnia, 55.31; Sudbury, 554.80; 
Toronto, 3,391.64; Windsor, 776.85 8,963 11 

Separate Schools, Towns and Villages: 

Alexandria, 30.84; Brockville, 49.12; Coniston, 10.00; Gananoque, 42.07; Hawkes- 
bury, 1,079.03; Mattawa, 253.21; Portsmouth, 10.15; Prescott, 30.80; Timmins, 
865.02; Tweed, 18.65; Waterloo, 10.00 2,398 89 

Separate Schools, Townships: 

Sundry School Sections 286 86 

Maintenance: 

King's Printer, 471.89; Richardson, Bond & Wright, Ltd., 1,239.30; Ryerson 

Press, 185.27; Accounts under $100, 285.36 2,181 82 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION CJ9 

Continuation Schools, Grants and Maintenance ($170,085.70) 
Grants: 

Continuation Schools: 

Chatsworth, 564.28; Coniston, 1,039.09; Denbigh, 789.63; Dublin, 486.70; 
Embro, 728.82; Ennismore, 696.74; Espanola, 1,016.90; Flinton, 749.79; 
Little Current, 916.27; Mount Pleasant, 495.25; Paincourt, 181.71; Port 
McNicoll, 508.17; Richard's Landing, 583.68; St. George, 510.41; Sioux 
Lookout, 1,157.91; Smooth Rock Falls, 1,590.69; Tamworth, 1,014.49.... 13,030 53 

Public Schools, Towns: 

Blind River, 1,074.80; Bothwell, 850.37; Bruce Mines, 888.11; Dresden, 
1,553.85; Massey, 910.71; Palmerston, 1,122.95; Powassan, 1,153.91; South- 
hampton, 1,466.45; Stayner, 606.54 9,627 69 

Public Schools, Villages: 

Acton, 494.80; Ailsa Craig, 1,031.91; Alvinston, 880.84: Ayr. 527.80; Ban- 
croft, 965.20; Bath, 853.87; Beaverton, 1,114.15; Beeton, 667.75; Blyth, 
657.93; Bobcaygeon, 649.72; Bolton, 477.92; Brussels, 971.66; Burk's Falls, 
978.02; Cannington, 669.78; Cardinal, 932.50: Clifford, 504.22; Cobden, 
681.55; Coldwater, 773.19; Creemore, 686.76; Drayton, 671.08; Eganville, 
853.80; Erin, 684.14; Fenelon Falls, 864.08; Forest Hill, 1,105.76; Frank- 
ford, 751.69; Grand Valley, 882.54; Hensall, 472.53; Hepworth, 1,110.63; 
Jarvis, 971.14; Lanark, 1,157.89; Lion's Head, 803.20; Long Branch, 3.083.26; 
Merrickville, 931.49; Millbrook, 901.98; Milverton, 813.86; New Ham- 
burg, 685.44; Oil Springs, 998.02; Paisley, 998.66; Port Carling, 705.38; 
Richmond, 1,175.23; Ripley, 781.43; Rodney, 649.36; South River, 874.42; 
Springfield, 621.13; Stouffville, 1,460.51; Sutton, 1.177.45; Tara, 713.69; 
Tavistock, 529.97; Teeswater, 1,512.49; Thamesville, 856.89; Thedford, 
503.59; Tiverton, 411.93; Tottenham, 942.96; West Lome, 563.98; West- 
port, 954.28; Wheatley, 1,140.95; Woodville, 973.74; Wroxeter, 485.43, 
Wyoming, 813.22 51,108 79 

Public Schools, Sections: 

U. No. 14, Albion, 817.24; U. No. 3, Amabel and Arran, 693.54; Amherst 
Island, 357.73; U. No. 1, Anson, Minden and Lutterworth, 788.32; No. 2, 
Assiginack, 672.24; No. 17, Augusta, 565.08; No. 2, Bayham, 860.07; No. 9, 
Bertie, 1,452.50; No. 4, Beverley, 637.34; No. 11, Blenheim, 514.51; U. 
No. 21, Blenheim, etc., 484.56; No. 24, Blenheim, 703.16; No. 13, Brock, 
684.86; No. 3, Buchanan, 889.34; U. No. 18, Burford, 478.48; No. 4, Caledon, 
578.21; No. 15, Caledon, 777.64; No. 15, Caradoc, 814.92; No. 16, Caradoc, 
661.00; U. No. 1, 4, Carnarvon, 938.73; No. 2, Cartwright, 980.69; No. 12, 
Clark, 909.25; No. 22, Cramahe, 729.38; No. 5, Crosby South, 1,109.95; 
No. 3, Cumberland, 633.27; No. 5, Cumberland, 514.01; No. 2, Delaware, 
606.82; No. 5, Dereham, 578.57; No. 12, Dereham, 494.22; No. 4, Dor- 
chester North, 573.66; U. No. 11, Dorchester South, 473.17; Dysart Town- 
ship School Area, 783.58; No. 15, Edwardsburg, 1,567.10; No. 3, Egremont, 
711.62; No. 9, Eramosa, 950.49; No. 13, Ernestown, 676.48; U. No. 5, Essa, 
etc., 742.81; U. No. 6, 18, Essa, 550.65; No. 5, Euphemia, 1,276.30; No. 8, 
Fitzroy, 831.83; No. 11, Fitzroy, 990.77; No. 5, Flos, 814.12; No. 1, Free- 
man, 1,174.26; U. No. 23, Gloucester, etc., 1,067.29; U. No. 3, Gower North, 
528.93; U. No. 6, Gower North, 768.37; No. 13, Gwillimbury East, 683.79; 
U. No. 17 and 19, Hillier, 341.82; No. 17, Howick, 630.85; No. 3, Huntley, 
846.62; No. 4, Innisfil, 501.96; No. 14, King, 626.03; No. 5, Lash, 938.06; 
No. 4, Leeds and Lansdowne Rear, 945.95; No. 8, Leeds and Lansdowne 
Rear, 924.77; No. 9, Leeds and Lansdowne Front, 571.50; No. 3, Lobo, 
812.14; No. 4, London, 683.59; No. 8, Mariposa, 603.82; U. No. 1, Mc- 
Murrich, 670.82; No. 3, Marlborough, 279.48; No. 8, Monck, 761.04; No. 1, 
Mountain, 1,643.30; No. 5, Mulmur, 515.44; U. No. 16, Murray, etc., 1,376.00; 
U. No. 5, Nissouri East, 714.24; No. 8, Nissouri West, 606.00; U. No. 3, Norwich 
North, 574.41; \o. .6, Norwich South, 607.63; U. No. 5, Nottawasaga, 
529.39; U. No. 6, Orford, 464.43; No. 12, Orillia, 700.69; No. 11, Osgoode, 
1,277.53; U. No. 15, Osgoode, 766.07; No. 4, Osnabruck, 624.16; No. 5, Osna- 
bruck, 703.64; No. 7, Osprey, 803.95; No. 4, Pakenham, 836.87; No'. 1, 
Pelee, 559.22; No. 9, Pelham, 1,770.25; No. 2, Percy, 819.87; No. 15, Picker- 
ing, 586.08; No. 4, Pickering West, 1,024.64; I. No. 5, Raleigh, 569.76; 
No. 1, Red Lake, 864.52; No. 6, Ross, 442.94; No 2, Russell 1,495.18; 
No. 14, Scarborough, 1,865.77; No. 1, Schreiber, 2,083.08; U. No. 3, Somer- 
ville, etc., 758.95; No. 4, Tilbury West, 897.41; No. 2, Toronto, 518.58; 



C20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

_ Continuation Schools, Grants, etc. — Continued 

Grants — Continued 

Public Schools, Sections — Continued 

No. 9, Vespra, 296.36; No. 3, Walpole, 558.82; No. 16, Wellesley, 324.18; 
No. 2, Westmeath, 363.43; No. 7, Westmeath, 574.71; No. 17, Westminster, 
429.54; No. 3, Whitby, 682.78; No. 1, Wicksteed, 1,401.40; U. Nos. 1 and 3, 
Wilmot, 504.94; No. 7, Yarmouth, 491.38 78,856 84 

Consolidated Schools: 

Mallorytown, 921.82; Nipigon, 684.86; North Mountain, 953.99; Sundridge, 

915.82; Wellington, 496.86; Wilberforce, 543.87 4,517 22 

Separate Schools: 

Eganville, 1,029.09; Westport, 1,135.11 2,164 20 

Payment for Cost of Education of Non-Resident Pupils: 
Continuation Schools: 

No. 1, Anson, 55.59; Blind River, 600.44; Espanola, 240.42; Mindemoya, 
1,123.00; Port Carling, 1,466.41; Powassan, 898.10; Smooth Rock Falls, 
3,455.92; Wilberforce, 213.08 8,052 96 

Public Schools, Towns: 

Bruce Mines 857 61 

Public Schools, Sections: 

U. No. 1, Anson, Minden and Lutterworth, 362.54; No. 5, Lash, 483.03; 

No. 1, Merritt, 379.26; No. 1, Pelee, 843.17 2,068 00 

Less Refund: U. No. 1, Anson, Minden and Lutterworth. . . 415 99 



1,652 01 

Maintenance: 

King's Printer 217 85 

Fifth Classes, Grants and Maintenance ($60,750.12) 

Rural Public Schools, Counties and Districts: 

Algcma, 1,923.70; Brant, 90.00; Bruce, 594.62; Carleton, 444.00; Cochrane, 
1,060.22; Dufferin, 370.20; Dundas, 116.60; Elgin, 135.00; Essex, 531.30; Fron- 
tenac, 861.09; Grey, 385.73; Haldimand, 570.54; Haliburton, 1,110.00; Halton, 
67.52; Hastings, 679.88; Huron, 1,308.16; Kenora, 2,093.34; Kent, 182.00; 
Lambton, 112.31; Leeds and Grenville, 301.38; Lincoln, 535.31; Manitoulin, 
1,313.10; Middlesex, 580.71; Muskoka, 1,364.80; Nipissing, 110.00; Norfolk, 
450.14; Northumberland and Durham, 1,199.50; Ontario, 102.16; Oxford, 
596.21; Parry Sound, 2,459.54; Peel, 145.43; Perth, 129.10; Peterborough, 
530.01; Prescott and Russell, 274.79; Prince Edward, 110.00; Rainy River, 
2,613.64; Renfrew, 598.26; Simcoe, 1,337.63; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 
318.69; Sudbury, 2,454.62; Temiskaming, 2,086.84; Thunder Bay, 2,193.78; 
Victoria, 346.23; Waterloo, 488.00; Wellington, 775.42; Wentworth, 763.60; 
York, 216.83 37,031 93 

Rural Separate Schools, Counties and Districts: 

Algoma, 290.00; Bruce, 327.50; Carleton, 476.50; Cochrane, 704.00; Essex, 
1,243.21; Grey, 169.20; Hastings, 129.00; Huron, 598.18; Lennox and Addington, 
160.00; Manitoulin, 270.00; Nipissing, 1,056.64; Norfolk, 241.68; Perth, 357.20; 
Prescott and Russell, 1,689.40; Rainy River, 350.00; Renfrew, 1,263.06; Simcoe, 
284.34; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 1,010.76; Sudbury, 1,951.60; Temis- 
kaming, 841.84; Victoria, 85.48; Waterloo, 522.64; Wellington, 162.12; Went- 
worth, 115.00; York, 178.00 14,477 35 

Public Schools, Towns: 

Bala, 331.40; Hearst, 330.00; Hespeler, 193.64; Kearney, 250.00; Leaside, 215.00; 

Matheson, 363.44; Riverside, 192.29; Trout Creek, 325.00; Webbwood, 358.52. . 2,559 29 

Separate Schools, Towns: 

Bonfield, 222.74; Cache Bay, 330.00; Charlton, 160.00; Chelmsford, 356.54; 
Eastview, 203.70; Geraldton, 330.00; Hearst, 338.04; Kearney, 230.00; LaSalle, 
148.75; Riverside, 205.10; Tecumseh, 208.00 2,732 87 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 21 

Fifth Classes, Grants, etc. — Continued 
Public Schools, Villages: 

Arkona, 215.00; Courtright, 129.24; Hilton Beach, 270.00; Killaloe, 100.00; 
Levack, 424.20; L'Orignal, 183.21; Newstadt, 213.30; Newboro, 166.49; Port 
Stanley, 178.23; Port Sydney, 280.20; Rosseau, 333.72; Victoria Harbour, 
203.10; Woodbridge, 212.20; 2,908 89 

Separate Schools, Villages: 

Barry's Bay, 188.13; Belle River, 215.00; Casselman, 187.10; Killaloe, 191.14; 

Lancaster, 43.42; Mildmay, 215.00 1,039 79 

Spring and Summer Schools, Travelling Expenses, Services 
and Maintenance ($28,856.00) 

Services and Travelling Expenses: 

Sundry Supervisors, Instructors and Staffs, services, 4,753.85; expenses, 9,648.52. 14,402 37 

Maintenance: 

Geneva Park, Y.M.C.A., 13,873.33; King's Printer, 201.29; J. B. Smith and 

Sons, Ltd., 106.66; Cartage, express and freight, 143.94; telephone, 25.83; 

accounts under $100, 102.58 14,453 63 

Art Departments, Grants and Maintenance ($2,670.00) 

Public Schools 2,270 00 

Separate Schools 400 00 

Courses in Music, Grants and Maintenance ($98,823.62) 

Public Schools 96,486 00 

Separate Schools 2, 166 30 

Maintenance: Accounts under $100 171 32 

Medical and Dental Inspection, Grants and Maintenance ($13,533.00) 

Public Schools, Cities and Towns: 

Barrie, 155.00; Belleville, 139.80; Brockville, 163.00; Chatham, 144.00; Fort 
William, 256.20; Gait, 138.00; Kingston, 216.60; London, 645.00; Mimico, 
145.00; Niagara Falls, 192.00; Ottawa, 725.40; Owen Sound, 171.00; Pembroke, 
140.00; Peterborough, 231.60; St. Catharines, 271.20; Sault Ste. Marie, 237.60; 
Sudbury, 175.20; Walkerton, 100.00; Waterloo, 160.00; Welland, 159.00; Windsor, 
826.80 5,392 40 

Public Schools, Townships, Sections and Committees: 

U. No. 2, Beamsville, Grimsby, Clinton, Louth, etc., 400.00; U. No. 1, Brampton, 
Boston Mills, Claude, etc., 400.00; Caledonia, Hagersville, Dunnville, etc., 346.00; 
U. No. 3, East and West Flamboro, Glanford, Bartonville, etc., 332.00; U, 
No. 2A and B, Fort Erie, Bertie Township, etc., 790.00; U. No. 2, Lakeview 
Beach, Lakeview Park, Dixie, Erindale, etc., 232.00; U. No. 1, Merritton, 
Port Dalhousie, Niagara, etc., 400.00; Nos. 1 and 2, Nepean, etc., 390.00; U. No. 1, 
Saltfleet Township, Winona, Beach Bungalow, Barton Township, etc., 353.00; 
No. 10, Scarboro, 210.00; No. 12, Scarboro, 180.00; U. No. 3, Thprold Town- 
ship, Fonthill, etc., 290.00; U. No. 2, Waterdown, Stoney Creek, East Flamboro, 
etc., 348.00; York, 2,764.00 7,435 00 

Separate Schools: 

Barrie, 20.00; Gait, 21.00; London, 96.00; Niagara Falls, 33.00; St. Catharines, 

61.80; Sudbury, 433.80; Waterloo, 40.00 705 60 

Expenses in Connection with the League of the Empire ($149.62) 

League of the Empire, disbursements re exchange teachers 149 62 

Visual Instruction, Grants and Maintenance ($14,806.88) 
Salary: 

H. R. Smith 1,233 33 



C 22 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Visual Instruction, Grants, etc. — Continued 
Maintenance: 

' Associated Screen News, Ltd., 570.95; General Films, Ltd., 10,563.56; King's 
Printer, 220.27; Milk Foundation of Toronto, 230.50; National Film Board, 
586.50; National Film Society of Canada, 225.96; Ryerson Press, 740.50; Univer- 
sity of Toronto, 135.70; Cartage, express and freight, 235.30; accounts 

under $100, 64.31 13,573 55 

Grants ($14,900.00) 

Ontario Educational Association 2,000 00 

Ontario Educational Association, Special 850 00 

Ontario Educational Association, Trustees' Section 2,000 00 

Ontario Federation of Home and School Associations 2,000 00 

Frontier College 5,000 00 

Urban Trustees' Association 250 00 

Temperance Education Association 1,000 00 

Canadian Education Association 200 00 

Association Canadienne-Francaise d'Education d 'Ontario 1,600 00 

Public and Separate School Education $5,750,606 60 



INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS BRANCH 
Main Office 



Permanent : 



Salaries ($46,426.57) 



J. Beaulieu, 750.00; H. A. Boyd, 1,533.33; C. A. Brown, 3,000.00; K. Burns, 
1,200.00; J. D. Campbell, 4,200.00; C. F. Cannon, 3,150.00; L. H. DeLaporte, 
2,700.00; M. K. Drew, 1,500.00; G. R. Fenwick, 3,233.33; E. Francis, 1,200.00; 
R. Gauthier, 4,633.33; V. K. Greer, 5,400.00; P. J. Humphreys, 450.00; R. D. 
Keefe, 3,833.33; L. L. Kirkland, 1,500.00; M. L. MacLachlan, 975.00; V. G. 
Mills, 889.11; F. A. Moreau, 166.66; V. Morgan, 925.00; C. E. Stothers, 3,833.33. 



45,072 42 



Temporary : 

E. M. Hamilton, 437.50; J. B. MacDougall, 916.65 



,354 15 



Inspection of Public and Separate Schools in Counties and Districts, 
Salaries and Grants ($398,547.64) 



Salaries ($377,901.64) 
County Public Schools: 
Permanent : 



A. Archibald, 1,750.00; J. W. Barber, 3,025.00; F. L. Barrett, 3,025.00 
E. C. Beacom, 3,600.00; K. O. Birkin, 3,025.00; H. Bolingbroke, 3,025.00 
W. L. Bowden, 3,600.00; A. F. Brown, 3,191.67; N. Campbell, 3,600.00 

C. F. Cannon, 825.00; W. H. Carlton, 3,341.67; M. O. Cleland, 
L. W. Copp, 3,600.00; J. I. Cross, 2,133.33; G. H. Dobrindt, 
G. C. Dobson, 3,191.67; R. F. Downey, 3,600.00; G. L. Duffin, 

D. M. Eagle, 3,600.00; G. N. Edwards, 3,191.67; J. J. Edwards, 
J. K. Evans, 1,250.00; T. R. Ferguson, 3,600.00; M. R. Fydell, 
W. A. Fydell, 3,341.67; H. B. Galpin, 3,600.00; J. M. Game, 
J. A. Gibson, 3,341.67; H. A. Halbert, 3,025.00; A. F. Hansuld, 
W. F. Hiscocks, 3,600.00; C. Howitt, 3,025.00; R. A. Hutchison, 
L. B. Hyde, 3,025.00; F. E. Johnston, 1,733.33; J. H. Kinkead, 
C. A. Lapp, 3,041.67; C. W. Lees, 3,191.67; H. H. Loucks, 
W. L. Lovell, 3,041.67; O. M. MacKillop, 3,600.00; W. A. 
3,191.67; A. A. Martin, 3,341.67; G. M. Mather, 3,341.67; T 
well, 3,600.00; A. D. McColl, 2,233.33; R. A. A. McConnell, 
T. R. McEwen, 3,191.67; A. W. McGuire, 3,600.00; A. McLeod, 3,000.00 
W. J. McLeod, 1,750.00; G. G. McNab, 3,600.00; W. R. McVittie 
3,191.67; L. P. Menzies, 3,341.67; F. W. Minkler, 3,025.00; J. L. Mitchener 
1,500.00; A. E. Nelson, 3,600.00; E. Oakes, 3,175.00; G. A. Pearson 
3,600.00; G. E. Pentland, 3,600.00; Z. S. Phimister, 1,575.00; R. H 
Roberts, 1,500.00; W. Rogers, 2,666.67; C. B. Routley, 3,191.67; L. L 
Sinclair, 3,025.00; L. L. Skuce, 3,191.67; D. G. Smith, 3,600.00; F. P 



2,133.33 
3,025.00 
1,750.00 
3,600.00 
3,600.00 
3,191.67 
3,041.67 
2,583.87 
3,041.67 
3,025.00 
Marshall 
P. Max 
3,600.00 



1942-43 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



C 23 



Inspection of Schools Branch — Salaries — Continued 

County Public Schools — Continued 

Permanent — Continued 

Smith, 3,600.00; J. C. Smith, 3,600.00; W. F. Smith, 3,191.67; R. O. 
Staples, 3,041.67; W. J. Stewart, 3,341.67; T. J. Thompson, 3,041.67; 
S. A. Truscott, 3,600.00; J. C. Webster, 3,041.67; N. R. Wightman, 
3,191.67; J.E.Wilkinson, 3,600.00; J. J. Wilson, 3,341.67; G. Young, 
3,191.67; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlist- 
ment, 63.00 240,813 62 



Temporary: 



J. W. 
H. B. 



Hagan, 745.50; 
Paul, 2,100.00. 



R. A. Hutchison, 451.60; W. W. Joyce, 1,312.50; 



4,609 60 



District Public Schools: 
Permanent: 

H. W. Brown, 3,025.00; R. C. Cassie, 1,750.00; W. E. Eade, 3,041.67 
S. Geiger, 3,025.00; J. E. Horton, 3,025.00; G. S. Johnson, 3,600.00; 
W. J. Judd, 3,041.67; R. H. Macklem, 1,750.00; W. MacMillan, 3,041.67; 
R. S. McBurney, 3,025.00; J. R. Pickering, 3,191.67; P. M. Scott, 1,750.00; 
A. Stouffer, 3,025.00; J. W. Trusler, 3,025.00; E. R. Underhill, 3,025.00; 
D. T. Walkom, 3,600.00; L. J. Williams, 3,600.00; Public Service Super- 
annuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 120.00 49,661 68 

Temporary: 

J. L. Moore 666 70 

Separate Schools: 
Permanent: 

J. T. Anderson, 3,191.67; J. M. Bennett, 3,600.00; L. Carriere, 3,041.67; 
C. X. Charron, 3,341.67; F. Choquette, 3,600.00; A. J. Gascon, 3,191.67; 
J. S. Gratton, 3,600.00; W. J. Greening, 3,191.67; W. A. Hayden, 3,025.00; 
L. J. Langan, 3,191.67; J. Lapensee, 3,600.00; L. Laplante, 3,041.67; 
C. A. Latour, 3,600.00; R. M. Lynch, 2,133.33; C. P. Matthews, 3,191.67; 
R. R. Maurice, 3,191.67; F. J. McDonald, 3,600.00; A. M. McNamara, 
3,025.00; T. S. Melady, 3,600.00; J. R. Millette, 3,041.67; F. A. Moreau, 
2,750.01; H. J. Payette, 3,600.00; V. C. Quarry, 3,600.00; J. V. Scanlon, 
3,600.00; J. C. Walsh, 3,600.00 82,150 04 

Grants to Public School Boards, Cities: 

Brantford, 618.00; Chatham, 294.00; Hamilton, 2,935.20; Kitchener, 588.00; 
London, 1,290.00; Ottawa, 1,422.00; Peterborough, 448.80; St. Catharines, 
516.00; Sarnia, 372.00; Toronto, 10,554.00; Windsor, 1,608.00 20,646 00 



Travelling and Moving Expenses of Inspectors and Other Officials 
and for Office Expenses ($117,912.89) 

Travelling Expenses 72,552 16 

Office Expenses 34,316 92 

Miscellaneous 11,043 81 

J. T. Anderson, 491.06; A. Archibald, 482.30; J. W. Barber, 855.99; F. L. Barrett, 
1,034.52; E. C. Beacom, 213.82; J. Beaulieu, 325.80; J. M. Bennett, 734.90; 
K. O. Birkin, 588.93; H. Bolingbroke, 786.88; W. L. Bowden, 621.58; A. F. 
Brown, 586.46; H. W. Brown, 647.29; C. A. Brown, 14.15; J. D. Campbell, 
436.61; N. Campbell, 980.48; C. F. Cannon, 725.99; W. H. Carlton, 778.22; 
L. Carriere, 1,056.41; R. C. Cassie, 870.64; C. X. Charron, 986.54; F. Choquette, 
784.61; M. O. Cleland, 314.82; H. L. Cooper, 28.07; J. I. Cross, 99.62; L. W. 
Copp, 897.94; A. R. Davidson, 25.35; L. H. Delaporte, 934.93; G. H. Dobrindt, 
736.39; G. C. Dobson, 811.75; R. F. Downey, 655.27; G. L. Duffin, 817.32; 
W. E. Eade, 735.98; D. M. Eagle, 627.24; G. N. Edwards, 786.43; J. J. Edwards, 
447.34; J. K. Evans, 470.54; G. R. Fenwick, 924.31; T. R. Ferguson, 755.65; 
M. R. Fydell, 367.96; W. A. Fydell, 461.48; H. B. Galpin, 628.88; J. M. Game, 
1,061.77; A. J. Gascon, 809.74; R. Gauthier, 2,199.13; S. Geiger, 1,447.92; 
J. A. Gibson, 592.21; J. S. Gratton, 584.15; W. J. Greening, 641.60; V. K. Greer, 
618.73; J. W. Hagan, 210.12; H. A. Halbert, 951.95; A. F. Hansuld, 526.13; 
W. A. Hayden, 1,359.59; W. F. Hiscocks, 1,961.33; J. E. Horton, 1,255.05; C. 



C24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Inspection of Schools, Branch — Continued 

Travelling and Moving Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Howitt, 1,038.11; R. A. Hutchison, 588.61; L. B. Hyde, 803.41; N. G. N. Irving, 
171.98; G. S. Johnson, 1,313.08; F. E. Johnston, 296.96; W. W. Joyce, 230.71; 
W. J. Judd, 812.59; R. D. Keefe, 904.58; W. K. F. Kendrick, 1,158.71; J. H. 
Kinkead, 1,023.82; H. Lacasse, 11.10; L. J. Langan, 308.81; J. Lapensee, 662.01; 
L. Laplante, 805.87; C. A. Lapp, 1,074.83; C. A. Latour, 143.63; C. W. Lees, 
513.69; H. H. Loucks, 1,057.43; W. L. Lovell, 1,165.52; O. M. MacKillop, 
1,152.16; R. H. Macklem, 624.69; W. MacMillan, 1,079.86; W. A. Marshall, 
578.57; A. A. Martin, 799.80; G. M. Mather, 731.51; C. P. Matthews, 740.97; 
R. R. Maurice, 970.52; T. P. Maxwell, 629.32; R. S. McBurney, 1,034.92; A. D. 
McColl, 578.57; R. A. A. McConnell, 507.27; F. J. McDonald, 114.26; T. R. 
McEwen, 886.18; A. W. McGuire, 605.18; J. V. Mclntyre, 169.54; E. H. McKone, 
692.36; A. McLeod, 804.69; W. J. McLeod, 342.19; G. G. McNab, 490.03; A. M. 
McNamara, 1,430.49; W. R. McVittie, 805.62; T. S. Melady, 671.49; L. P. 
Menzies, 765.87; J. R. Millette, 1,832.31;F. W. Minkler, 1,517.85; J. L. Mitchener, 
269.16; J. L. Moore, 612.74; F. A. Moreau, 1,841.48; A. E. Nelson, 972.72; 
E. Oakes, 768.31; H. B. Paul, 497.93; H. J. Payette, 1,389.23; G. A. Pearson, 
1,241.23; G. E. Pentland, 827.69; Z. S. Phimister, 350.20; J. R. Pickering, 677.82; 
V. C. Quarry, 922.13; R. A. Riddell, 3.25; R. H. Roberts, 624.21; W. Rogers, 
751.36; C. B. Routley, 1,000.39; J. V. Scanlan, 283.61; P. M. Scott, 1,172.32; 
L. L. Sinclair, 1,060.07; L. L. Skuce, 765.14; D. G. Smith, 568.09; F. P. Smith, 
313.98; J. C. Smith, 1,262.93; W. F. Smith, 596.56; R. O. Staples, 910.93; W. J. 
Stewart, 682.30; C. E. Stothers, 1,488.00; A. Stouffer, 578.52; T. J. Thompson, 
215.54; S. A. Truscott, 491.67; J. W. Trusler, 1,579.76; E. R. Underhill, 1,079.97; 
D. T. Walkom, 664.56; J. C. Walsh, 814.47; J. C. Webster, 1,566.05; R. West- 
water, 30.15; N. R. Wightman, 692.76; J. E. Wilkinson, 290.77; L. J. Williams, 
363.77; J. J. Wilson, 1,268.69; G. Young, 987.08 106,869 08 

Miscellaneous: 

Department of Educational Research, 122.13; Grand and Toy, Ltd., 141.16; 
King's Printer, 10,390.88; Ontario School Trustees and Ratepayers Association, 
100.00; Cartage, express and freight, 127.62; accounts under $100, 162.02.. 11,043 81 

Inspection of Indian Schools ($1,367.61) 

Sundry Inspectors, services, 952.00; expenses, 415.61 1,367 61 

Inspection of Schools Branch $564,254 71 



DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS BRANCH 

Salaries ($51,251.07) 

Permanent: 

W. A. Beecroft, 3,050.00; W. G. Benard, 975.00; F. J. Blake, 1,350.00; J. E. 
Carson, 1,233.33; H. J. Coleman, 1,533.33; M. E. Coleman, 1,216.67; J. P. 
Cowles, 5,200.00; A. Daly, 1,100.00; T. Evans, 868.75; D. O. T. Ferguson, 
1,450.00; N. M. Foy, 1,333.33; S. B. Howe, 975.00; P. Hudson, 975.00; K. M. 
Hughes, 300.00; I. C. Hynes, 1,833.33; R. C. Johnston, 1,233.33; B. Leadbetter, 
2,750.00; G. Lyons, 3,666.67; G. E. Moran, 1,516.67; M. Nesbitt, 1,500.00; 
W. Parr, 1,600.00; D. Plumb, 925.00; B. Riddell, 2,329.04; H. M. Simpson, 
1,533.33; T. Standeaven, 475.26; M. L. Sutton, 1,866.67; W. R. Thornton, 
1,800.00; U. M. Truax, 1,433.33; G. J. Westwood, 1,750.00; M. Wickens, 1,150.00. 48,923 04 

Temporary: 

T. Evahs, 281.25; A. E. Gibson, 1,075.00; W. C. McNally, 300.00; J. Moffatt, 

106.25; E. Trowell, 565.53 2,328 03 

Maintenance ($13,585.59) 

King's Printer, 11,116.07; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 261.32; Reming- 
ton Rand, Ltd., 209.04; Thomas & Corney Typewriters, Ltd., 240.00; University 

of Toronto, 1,306.97; Cartage, express and freight, 146.17; postage, 143.91; 

accounts under $100, 162.11 13,585 59 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 25 

Departmental Examinations Branch — Continued 
Services and Travelling Expenses ($97,417.29) 

Sundry Examiners, services, 90,403.56; expenses, 7,013.73 97,417 29 

Assistants re Examinations ($36,104.41) 
Sundry Clerks 36,104 41 

Departmental Examinations Branch $198,358 36 

TEXT-BOOKS BRANCH 

Travelling Expenses ($55.85) 

H. E. Anderson 55 85 

Subventions to Publishers ($59,997.82) 

Clarke, Irwin & Co., Ltd., 2,438.95; Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 17,840.21; J. M. Dent 
& Sons, Ltd., 1,832.66; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 6,621.21; W. J. Gage & Co., Ltd., 
12,635.83; Ginn & Co., 351.96; Hunter, Rose Co., Ltd., 891.67; Librarie Beau- 
chemin Limitee, 491.40; Longmans, Green & Co., 342.41; MacMillan Company 
of Canada, Ltd., 3,535.89; Thos. Nelson & Sons, Ltd., 7,447.07; Ontario Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., 8.70; Ryerson Press, 5,559.86 59,997 82 

Text-Books Branch $60,053 67 

TRAINING SCHOOLS BRANCH 

Salaries ($6,333.33) 
Permanent: 

H. E. Amoss, 4,833.33; R. A. Patterson, 1,500.00 6,333 33 

Travelling and Moving Expenses and Maintenance ($827.70) 
H. E. Amoss, travelling expenses, 658.69; Accounts under $100, 169.01 827 70 

Grants to Teachers in Schools used for Observation Purposes and Practice 
Teaching in Connection with Normal and Other Training Schools ($64,349.00) 

Sundry Teachers 64,349 00 

Grants to Caretakers for Services in Schools used for Training Teachers 
in Connection with Normal and Other Training Schools ($580.00) 

Sundry Caretakers 580 00 

Travelling and Moving Expenses of Normal and Model School Teachers 
Transferred ($369.30) 

E. Mitchell, 67.60; M. H. Park, 119.10; F. B. Smitheram, 105.60; E. St. John, 77.00 369 30 

Grants to Public, Separate, High and Continuation School Boards for Use 
of Schools for Observation Purposes ($6,432.00) 

Sundry Boards 6,432 00 

Travelling Expenses of Normal School Students and Masters to Rural, Public 
and Separate Schools and for Nature Study ($7,921.28) 

Sundry Persons, transportation 7,921 28 

Grants to Teachers who have Completed Successfully the Second Year 
Course in an Ontario Normal School ($150.00) 

Sundry Teachers 150 00 

Medical Examination of Students Making Application for Admission to the 
Different Training Schools for Teachers ($5,873.50) 

Sundry Doctors, 5,323.00; Sundry Nurses, 223.58; Sundry Students, travelling 

expenses and fees, 199.19; Accounts under $100, 127.73 5,873 50 

Training Schools Branch $92,836 1 1 



C 26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

normal schools 

Toronto 

Salaries ($66,763.21) 
Permanent: 

W. E. M. Aitken, 3,483.33; M. W. Brown, 600.00; E. G. Conover, 750.00; H. E. 
Elborn, 4,050.00; F. F. Halliday, 3,800.00; M. E. Hay, 2,700.00; J. M. Home, 
1,833.33; J. E. Humphrey, 1,333.33; R. A. Johnston, 3,333.33; W. K. F. Kendrick, 
3,483.33; A. Macdonald, 4,000.00; H. McCallum, 775.00; J. L. Merchant, 
2,550.00; E. A. Miller, 3,333.33; E. M. S. Mitchell, 1,666.60; S. M. Oake, 225.00; 
W. S. O'Brien, 2,400.00; M. H. Park, 2,045.83; A. M. Patterson, 3,800.00; 
E. B. Rennie, 1,300.00; V. E. Russell, 1,833.33; C. T. Sharpe, 2,700.00; A. E. 
Sherin, 2,100.00; J. Sloan, 1,400.00; E. St. John, 541.65; W. L. Strieker, 700.00; 
T. R. Turner, 349.98; H. W. Watson, 1,400.00; S. A. Watson, 874.99; M. M. 
Watterworth, 2,100.00; W. G. Worley, 1,200.00; M. C. Young, 3,183.33; Public 
Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 271.98; Teachers' 
and Inspectors' Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 94.50 66,212 17 

Temporary : 

C. D. Bouck, 1,551.12; C. S. Burke, 2,299.92; F. B. Smitheram, 1,500.00; O. I. 

Weare, 225.00 5,576 04 

Total $71,788 21 

Less: Refund, University of Toronto 5,025 00 



$66,763 21 

Travelling Expenses ($80.50) 

M. G. N. Irving, 79.15; H. MacMurchy, 1.35 80 50 

Maintenance ($15,744.60) 

Bowden Lumber & Coal Co., Ltd., 114.31; G. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 129.06; King's 
Printer, 1,971.26; Pay Lists, wages of men, 4,768.42; E. Rogers Co., Ltd., 
850.08; Toronto Board of Education, 6,009.19; East York, Hydro-Electric 

Commission, 303.12; Newspapers and periodicals, 175.88; postage, 110.40; 

telephone, 111.38; accounts under $100, 1,201.50 15,744 60 

Payment to the Toronto Board of Education ($1,260.00) 

Board of Education, Toronto, use of class rooms 1,260 00 

Toronto Normal School $83,848 31 



Ottawa 

Salaries ($25,813.69) 

Permanent: 

O. E. Ault, 304.85; F. L. Barrigar, 2,033.33; H. Bowers, 575.00; M. K. Clifford, 
3,800.00; J. K. Evans, 1,783.33; C. Grant, 2,333.33; M. G. N. Irving, 633.40; 
E. M. Marshall, 1,300.00; L. E. Monaghan, 2,700.00; F. S. Rivers, 2,333.33; 
G. R. Smith, 3,800.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 'Contribution re 
Enlistments, 230.50 21,827 07 

Temporary: 

A. D. Bowers, 620.00; F. A. Jones, 1,000.00; D. MacRae, 1,166.62; B. F. Watts, 

1,200.00 3,986 62 

Travelling Expenses ($266.69) 

M. G. N. Irving, 175.67; H. MacMurchy, 53.52; F. S. Rivers, 37.50 266 69 

Maintenance ($6,188.28) 

J. K. Evans, 175.00; King's Printer, 706.89; Ottawa Public School Board, 3.905.49; 

Pay Lists, wages of charwomen, 511.50; Newspapers and periodicals, 94.47; 

postage, 62.50; telephone, 122.03; accounts under $100, 610.40 6,188 28 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 27 

Normal Schools — Continued 

Ottawa — Continued 

Payment to the Ottawa Public and Collegiate Institute School Boards ($640.00) 

Ottawa Public School Board, 260.00; Ottawa Collegiate Institute Board, 380.00 640 00 

Ottawa Normal School $32,908 66 

London 

Salaries ($33,766.59) 

Permanent: 

T. E. Clarke, 3,800.00; E. G. Conover, 1,141.67; I. Davidson, 791.65; D. L. 
Emerv, 2,033.33; L. Gahan, 2,550.00; A. F. Hagerman, 2,700.00; G. W. Hofferd, 
3,800.00; C. E. Mark, 4,250.00; J. G. McEachern, 3,800.00; E. H. McKone, 
3,800.00; W. R. Prendergast 1,633.33; R. H. Roberts, 2,133.33 32,433 31 

Temporary: 

C. Ryckman 1,333 28 

Travelling Expenses ($8.70) 
H. MacMurchy 8 70 

Maintenance ($5,395.13) 

M. Dodd, 102.00; Imperialle Fuels, Ltd., 904.29; M. Jeffery, 134.00; King's Printer, 
360.53; Pay Lists, wages of charwomen, 1,394.64; wages of men, 971.75; Public 

Utilities Commission, London, 343.91; Postage, 104.49; telephone, 82.75; 

accounts under $100, 996.77 5,395 13 

Payment to the London Board of Education ($720.00) 

Board of Education, London, use of class rooms • 720 00 

London Normal School $39,890 42 



Hamilton 

Salaries ($34,891.57) 
Permanent: 

D. W. Burns, 2,533.33; D. Duncan, 1,600.00; C. E. Elliott, 2,700.00; M. G. N. 
Irving, 3,166.60; H. G. Lockett, 3,800.00; J. E. Lowry, 1,150.00; F. H. Mann, 
1,333.33; M. L. McCready, 833.30; J. V. Mclntyre, 3,333.33; G. O. McMillan, 
4,450.00; J. M. Moore, 1,000.04; J. M. Partlow, 999.96; J. A. Partridge, 3,483.33; 
M. G. Seavey, 1,125.00; E. St. John, 1,083.35; W. L. Strieker, 2,300.00 34,891 57 

Travelling Expenses ($11.55) 

H. MacMurchy 11 55 

Maintenance ($6,340.36) 

D. Aitchison Lumber Co., Ltd., 116.86; Gillies-Guy, Ltd., 1,303.42; City of Hamilton, 
202.05; Hamilton Hydro-Electric System, 323.06; King's Printer, 1,373.79; Pay 
Lists, wages of charwomen, 1,194.32; Zion United Gymnasium Committee, 

125.00; Newspapers and periodicals, 98.93; postage, 63.00; telephone, 

83.40; accounts under $100, 1,456.53 6,340 36 

Payment*to the Hamilton Board of Education ($380.00) 

Board of Education, Hamilton, use of class rooms 380 00 

Hamilton Normal School $41 ,623 48 



C 28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Normal Schools — Continued 
Peterborough 

Salaries ($22,783.14) 
Permanent: 

J. A. Bannister, 4,450.00; H. A. Bonney, 1,600.00; R. C. Heard, 324.99; O. I. 
Johnston, 1,933.33; B. Latimer, 1,300.00; A. J. Madill, 3,800.00; Q. S. McKinney, 
2,033.33; E. M. Munro, 2,550.00; M. H. Park, 1,437.50; F. B. Smitheram, 
1,500.00; T. R. Turner, 466.64; C. Wagar, 1,075.00 22,470 79 

Temporary: 

J. S. Donley 312 35 

Travelling Expenses ($1,059.40) 
H. MacMurchy, 15.10; W. L. Striker, 1,044.30 1,059 40 

Maintenance ($4,113.79) 

Conger Lehigh Coal Co., Ltd., 1,096.13; Higgins Hardware Co., 164.37; King's 
Printer, 545.22; Pay Lists, wages of charwomen, 988.50; Peterborough Public 

Utilities Commission, 170.42; Newspapers and periodicals, 80.08; postage, 

48.80; telephone, 77.61; accounts under $100, 942.66 4,113 79 

Payment to the Peterborough Board of Education ($360.00) 

Board of Education, Peterborough, use of class rooms 360 00 

Peterborough Normal School $28,316 33 

Stratford 

Salaries ($22,714.54) 
Permanent: 

C. F. Bell, 1,400.00; F. C. Biehl, 3,033.33; E. M. Cottle, 1,433.33; W. J. Ellis, 
111.11; E. M. Everson, 2,700.00; A. J. Johnston, 2,550.00; H. G. Manning, 
3,800.00; H. G. Martyn, 4,250.00; W. B. Rothwell, 1,400.00; M. M. Sebben, 
1,300.00 21,977 77 

Temporary: 

W. J. Ellis 736 77 

Travelling Expenses ($295.83) 

D. L. Emery, 142.63; A. F. Hagerman, 138.85; H. MacMurchy, 14.35 295 83 

Maintenance ($4,514.60) 

E. C. Beacom, 125.00; N. R. Fiebig & Son, 522.58; A. Johnston & Son, 1,023.92; 
King's Printer, 384.65; Pay Lists, wages of charwomen, 1,121.81; Stratford 

Public Utilities Commission, 208.75; Cartage, express and freight, 27.23; 

newspapers and periodicals, 90.10; postage, 60.00; telephone, 65.82; accounts 

under $100, 884.74 4,514 60 

Payment to the Stratford Board of Education ($360.00) 

Board of Education, Stratford, use of class rooms 360 00 

Stratford Normal School $27,884 97 

North Bay 

Salaries ($27,523.65) 
Permanent: 

H. L. Bamford, 2,033.33; J. E. Chambers, 2,700.00; J. D. Deyell, 3,033.33; J. Irwin, 
1,933.33; H. E. Jackson, 1,333.33; K. McCubbin, 1,300.00; E. M. S. Mitchell, 
350.07; H. B. Mitchell, 2,125.00; G. Morgan, 3,800.00; E. M. Preston, 2,033.33; 
H. E. Ricker, 2,508.33; F. S. Rivers, 1,437.50; F. I. Wharram, 1,600.00 26,187 55 



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Normal Schools — Continued 

North Bay — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 



Temporary: 

E. P. Black, 450.00; H. E. Ricker, 886.10. 



1,336 10 



Travelling Expenses ($35.68) 



H. MacMurchy 



35 68 



Maintenance ($4,165.39) 

Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 136.02; J. D. Deyell, 300.00; King's Printer, 
342.92 ; City of North Bay, 148.13 ; North Bay Hydro-Electric Commission, 
267.71; Quality Fuels, Ltd., 749.20; Pay Lists, wages of charwomen, 666.38; J. 

J. Saya, 671.85; F. I. Wharram, 200.00; Cartage, express and freight, 40.27; 

newspapers and periodicals, 70.54; postage, 40.00; telephone, 62.87; accounts 

under $100, 469.50 4,165 39 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($706.35) 
Sundry Students 706 35 

North Bay Normal School '. $32,431 07 



University of Ottawa Normal School 

Salaries ($26,816.65) 
Permanent: 

J. Bechard, 3,800.00; A. J. Beneteau, 3,800.00; J. E. A. Godbout, 3,033.33; 
R. Lamoureux, 4,600.00; A. M. I. Parent, 1,150.00; R. St. Denis, 3,633.33; 
Sister St. Paul (Berthe Renaud), 1,233.33; M. B. Tarte, 1,933.33; E. J. Watson, 
3,633.33 26,816 65 

Maintenance ($1,068.65) 

King's Printer, 594.23; Newspapers and periodicals, 111.39; postage, 41.45; 

accounts under $100, 321.58 1,068 65 

Payment to the 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 ($920.00) 

Ottawa Separate School Board 920 00 

Board and Travelling Expenses of Students ($17,234.35) 

Sundry Students 17,234 35 

University of Ottawa Normal School $60,039 65 

Normal Schools $346,942 89 



Permanent: 



HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGIATE INSTITUTES BRANCH 

Salaries ($44,289.25) 



R. W. Anglin, 4,600.00; W. Beech, 1,200.00; G. Dix, 2,066.67; G. L. Gray, 
4,233.33; M. H. Henderson, 925.00; A. G. Hooper, 4,600.00; W. A. Jennings, 
4,600.00; H. Lemieux, 4,200.00; S. D. Rendall, ^,333.33; C. W. Robb, 4,233.33; 
R. H. Wallace, 4,233.33 39,224 99 



C30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes Branch — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 
Temporary: ♦ 

A. J. Husband, 3,349.92; T. Kennedy, 3,000.00; Board of Education, Toronto, 

re F. L. Bartlett, 1,000.00 7,349 92 

Total $46,574 91 

Less: Refund, Dominion Government 2,285 66 



Travelling and Moving Expenses ($10,660.56) 



$44,289 25 



R. W. Anglin, 922.27; F. L. Bartlett, 350.04; F. W. R. Dickson, 9.00; G. L. Grav, 
915.00; A. G. Hooper, 1,054.09; A.J. Husband, 1,174.39; W. A. Jennings, 
1,147.56; T. Kennedy, 907.26; H. Lemieux, 1,981.93; S. D. Rendall, 794.66; 
R. H. Wallace, 1,404.36 10,660 56 

Maintenance ($9,257.70) 

Empire Information, 2,812.91; King's Printer, 5,263.23; J. A. Long, 750.00; R. M. 

Saunders, 388.00; Accounts under $100, 43.56 9,257 70 

Grants 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes, General Legislative Grants ($627,707.35) 

Alexandria, 923.40; Alliston, 1,905.93; Almonte, 2,018.56; Amherstburg, 1,570.59; 
Arnprior, 5,030.10; Arthur, 2,311.74; Athens, 3,073.14; Aurora, 3,897.47; Avon- 
more, 816.48; Avlmer, 2,102.89; Barrie, 5,664.54; Bcamsville, 2,738.61; Belle- 
ville, 2,896.06; Blenheim, 3,716.90; Bowmanville, 3,205.98; Bracebridge, 
2,793.69; Bradford, 1,821.68; Brampton, 3,437.55; Brantford, 1,725.64; Brighton, 
1,440.51; Brockville, 4,223.01; Burford, 992.25; Burlington, 4,195.94; Caledonia, 
5,346.78; Campbellford, 2,541.62; Capreol, 1,599.24; Carleton Place, 4,409.85; 
Cayuga, 2,790.21; Chapleau, 3,184.24; Chatham, 2,230.14; Chesley, 2,639.93; 
Chesterville, 1,853.16; Clinton, 3,220.58; Cobalt, 4,524.67; Cobourg, 4,742.45; 
Cochrane, 2,799.88; Colborne, 2,097.90; Collingwood, 4,242.51; Copper Cliff, 
1,541.43; Cornwall, 2,154.86; Delhi, 875.87; Deseronto, 1,587.60; Dryden, 
1,578.69; Dundalk, 1,783.80; Dundas, 1,529.28; Dunnville, 5,412.62; Dur- 
ham, 2,425.05; Dutton, 1,782.81; Elmira, 2,315.79; Elora, 951.41; Embrun, 
641.52; Englehart, 2,228.08; Essex, 3,099.87; Etobicoke, 4,441.62; Exeter, 
2,220.21; Fergus, 3,192.21; Finch, 1,790.10; Flesherton, 944.88; Forest, 2,646.30; 
Fort Erie, 3,030.64; Fort Frances, 3,441.37; Fort William, 2,555.50; Gait, 
1,485.43; Gananoque, 2,547.86; Georgetown, 1,694.52; Geraldton, 602.81; 
Glencoe, 2,001.51 ; Goderich, 3,402.20; Gore Bav, 1,374.89; Gravenhurst, 1,776.82; 
Grimsby, 1,764.98; Guelph, 2,338.79; Hagersville, 5,344.58; Haileybury, 2,086.56; 
Hamilton, 5,977.73; Hanover, 3,397.23; Harriston, 1,374.81; Harrow, 443.07; 
Havelock, 1,710.45; Hawkesbury, 4,454.68; Huntsville, 1,970.73; Ingersoll, 
3,218.46; Iroquois, 2,519.10; Iroquois Falls, 1,695.33; Kapuskasing, 2,174.85; 
Keewatin, 1,425.60; Kemptville, 3,568.73; Kenora, 4,807.58; Kincardine, 
2,626.57; Kingston, 5,565.06; Kingsville, 1,463.34; Kitchener, 1,712.61; Lake- 
field, 1,733.40; Leamington, 3,163.23; Lindsay, 5,463.55; Listowel, 2,165.13; 
London, 10,064.79; Lucan, 1,691.28; Lucknow, 1,568.16; Madoc, 2,886.84; 
Markdale, 1,652.40; Markham, 3,909.87; Marmora, 2,322.27; Mattawa, 1,201.23; 
Maxville, 2,215.35; Meaford, 3,447.36; Merritton, 2,535.37; Midland, 2,761.88; 
Milton, 1,654.83; Mimico, 9 909 59; Mitchell 2 395 98; Morewood, 1,317 59; 
Morrisburg, 3,178.30; Mount Forest, 1,581.57; Napanee, 3,457.74; Nepean, 
4,756.46; Newburgh, 1,598.94; Newcastle, 553.23; New Liskeard, 3,378.36; New- 
market, 4,806.02; Niagara, 1,164.01 ; Niagara Falls, 4,080.13; North Bay, 4,173.55; 
Norwich, 2,423.52; Norwood, 1,867.86; Oakville, 1,840.35; Omemee, 486.81; 
Orangeville, 2,318.66; Orillia, 3,849.65; Oshawa, 2,060.15; Ottawa, 5,652.27; 
Owen Sound, 1.973.96; Paris, 2,252.18; Parkhill, 1,313.88; Parry Sound, 2,997.54; 
Pembroke, 1,415.30; Penetanguishene, 1,854.09; Perth, 3,884.94; Peterborough, 
2,239.94; Petrolia, 4,590.50; Picton, 1,286.63; Plantagenet, 1,032.03; Port Arthur, 
2,543.70; Port Colborne, 2,141.04; Port Credit, 5,277.96; Port Dover, 997.11; Port 
Elgin, 2,292.47; Port Hope, 2,786.86; Port Perrv, 2,725.26; Port Rowan, 525.69; 
Prescott, 2,226.01; Preston, 1,181.35; Rainy River, 1,905.79; Renfrew, 2,489.42; 
Richmond Hill, 2,974.32; Ridgetown, 2,340.09; Ridgeway, 1,867.24; Rockland, 
2,198.34; St. Catharines, 2,548.95; St. Mary's, 3,280.21; St. Thomas, 2,890.44; 
Saltfleet, 1,101.60; Sarnia, 2,807.32; Sault Ste. Marie, 2,746.82; Scarborough, 
3,139.74; Seaforth, 2,995.36; Shelburne, 2,095.47; Simcoe, 1,711.53; Smith's 



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High Schools and Collegiate Institutes Branch — Continued 

General Legislative Grants — Continued 

Falls, 5,867.23; Smithville, 1,087.83; Stratford, 5,162.10; Strathroy, 2,716.93 
Stirling, 2,506.95; Streetsville, 1,669.09; Sturgeon Falls, 3,775.29; Sudbury 
2,300.40; Sydenham, 927.45; Teck Township, 2,785,68; Thessalon, 1,955.34 
Thornbury, 1,412.64; Thorold, 5,300.27; Tilburv, 1,530.90; Tillsonburg, 3,522.42 
Timmins, 6,105.08; Tisdale (Schumacher), 4,619.43; Toronto, 27,475.24; Trenton 
2,602.19; Tweed, 2,931.39; Uxbridge, 2,782.35; Vankleek Hill, 3,272.63; Vienna 
1,219.28; Walkerton, 3,037.36; Wallaceburg, 2,959.30; Wardsville, 644.76 
Waterdown, 1,238.49; Waterford, 1,880.82; Watford, 2,861.73; Welland, 1,971.48 
Weston, 5,483.77; Whitby, 2,895.30; Wiarton, 2,260.85; Williamstown, 856.98 
Winchester, 2,899.80; Windsor, 12,803.92; Wingham, 2,165.13; Woodstock 
3,763.06; York Township, 29,309.31; York East, 8,048.58; York North, 3,755.63 



627,707 35 



High School Boards for Non-resident Pupils and High School Boards 
Without Schools ($97,854.35) 

High School Boards for Non-resident Pupils: 

Bracebridge, 4,775.03; Chapleau, 490.19; Cobalt, 2,104.76; Cochrane, 2,265.73; 
Fort Frances, 11,740.32; Fort William, 8,804.85; Geraldton, 2,380.08; Hailev- 
bury, 1,258.66; Huntsville, 2,967.97; Kapuskasing, 2,445.77; Keewatin, 179.48; 
Kenora, 1,448.28; Kirkland Lake, 3,152.85; Middlesex, 560.87; Midland, 446.91; 
New Liskeard, 4,152.66; North Bay, 10,030.47; Port Arthur, 2,299.86; Rainy 
River, 1,317.89; Sault Ste. Marie, 6,310.87; Sudbury, 4,030.22; Thessalon, 
1,218.14; Timmins, 1,540.28; Tisdale, 7,578.25; Uxbridge, 134.36; Whitby, 

230.26 83,865 01 

Less : Refund, Board of Education, Kenora 1,504 25 

82,360 76 

High School Boards without Schools: 

Albion, 352.14; Ancaster, 640.08; Barton, 399.46; Belleville, 218.28; Beverly, 
660.45; Binbrook, 525.64; Brantford, 1,310.11; Caledon, 438.22; Chinguacousy, 
1,123.59; Dumfries North, 466.68; Dumfries South, 440.16; Flamboro, 641.30; 
Glandford, 341.69; Grantham, 808.63; Hespeler, 358.63; Leaside, 526.93; Lindsay, 
292.25; Oakland, 139.19; Onondaga, 197.10; Port Dalhousie, 348.46; Tiny, 
198.66; Toronto. 3,405.88; Toronto Gore, 204.78; Waterloo, 718.47; Wellesley, 
253.14; Woolwich, 483.67 15,493 59 

Night High Schools ($3,410.08) 

Embrun, 213.00; Hamilton, 569.58; Ingersoll, 307.75; Midland, 48.50; Port Col- 
borne, 172.50; Toronto, 1,190.83; East York, 907.92 3,410 08 

Courses in Music ($17,614.94) 

Sundry Boards 17,614 94 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes Branch $810,794 23 



PUBLIC LIBRARIES BRANCH 

Salaries ($9,251.50) 
Permanent: 

J. Craig, 1,500.00; O. A. A. Elliott, 1,075.00; S. B. Herbert, 2,416.67; J. McGclpin, 
1,075 00; P. A. Spereman, 1,833.33; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Con- 
tribution re Enlistments, 184.00 8,084 00 

Temporary : 

A. R. Jones, 900.00; J. R. Kennedy, 162.50; S. Metcalf, 105.00 1,167 50 

Travelling Expenses ($203.31) 
S. B. Herbert, 139.71 ; J. McGolpin, 14.30; P. A. Spereman, 49.30 203 31 



C32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Public Libraries Branch — Continued 

Grants and Maintenance ($59,503.14) 

Grants: 

Sundry Library Boards in Cities, Towns and Villages 52,782 42 

Miscellaneous: 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 253.21; King's Printer, 5,828.36; G. Rathbone Lumber 

Co., Ltd., 240.00; Cartage, express and freight, 60.77; accounts under $100, 

338.38 6,720 72 

Travelling Libraries, Maintenance ($5,919.73) 

T. Allen, Ltd., 252.43; Blue Ribbon Books, Ltd., 121.96; A. Britnell Book Shop, 
450.76; W. Collins, Sons & Co., Ltd., 357.77; Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 542.08; 
J. M. Dent & Son, Ltd., 130.63; Dodd, Mead & Co., Ltd., 111.50; W. J. Gage 
& Co., Ltd., 147.70; Longmans, Green & Co., Ltd., 238.05; Macmillan Company 
of Canada, Ltd., 432.66; McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., 588.66; Oxford University 

Press, 161.02; Ryerson Press, 1,165.37; S. J. R. Saunders, 176.56; Cartage, 

express and freight, 662.55; newspapers and periodicals, 46.75; accounts under 

$100, 333.28 5,919 73 

Teachers' Circulating Library, Maintenance ($268.51) 
Sundry Companies, books 268 51 

Grants ($30,700.00) 

Ottawa Association for the Blind 1,000 00 

Ontario College of Art 27,000 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 $105,846 19 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION BRANCH 

Salaries ($43,491.64) 

Permanent: 

H. R. Anderson, 1,075.00; L. S. Beattie, 4,233.33; A. W. Cameron, 3,033.33; 
V. F. Cooper, 1,075.00; N. Davies, 4,033.33; V. English, 1,200.00; M. Foy, 
1,233.33; D. W. Gordon, 3,033.33; A. M. Hamill, 3,833.33; W. J. McCoy, 1,616.67; 
E. I. McKim, 3,000.00; A. M. Moon, 4,033.33; W. Patterson, 1,633.33; F. V. 
Preston, 1,075.00; F. S. Rutherford, 4,833.33; E. M. Strange, 1,500.00; J. F. 
Urfen, 3,050.00 43,491 64 

Travelling Expenses ($8,951.88) 

L. S. Beattie, 1,275.17; A. W. Cameron, 557.88; N. Davies, 1,753.32; D. W. Gordon, 
1,083.54; A. M. Hamill, 963.18; E. I. McKim, 623.43; A. M. Moon, 934.54; 
W. Paterson, 25.05; C. W. Robb, 1,357.22; F. S. Rutherford, 185.60; J. F. Uffen, 
177.65; Accounts under $25, 15.30 8,951 88 

Manual Training and Home Economics Departments, Grants 
and Maintenance ($76,736.04) 

Public Schools: 

Amherstburg,400.00; Arnprior, 200.00; Aurora, 300.00; Barrie, 200.00; Brampton 
100.00; Brantford, 1,241.01; Carleton Place, 200.00; Chatham, 300.00; Chesley 
300.00; Chippawa, 400.00; Clinton, 250.00; Cobourg, 400.00; Cochrane, 400.00 
Collingwood, 400.00; Cornwall, 200.00; Dundas, 400.00; Dunnville, 300.00 
Elmira, 400.00; Elora, 200.00; Englehart, 400.00; Exeter, 200.00; Falls View 
2,045.56; Forest, 100.00; Forest Hill, 400.00; Fort Erie, 400.00; Garson Mines 
240.00; Goderich, 400.00; Guelph, 400.00; Hamilton, 5,591.52; Hearst, 200.00 
Hornepayne, 200.00; Ingersoll, 300.00; Kingston, 400.00; Kirkland Lake, 400.00 
Kitchener, 1,799.88; Leaside, 400.00; London, 2,750.00; Niagara Falls, 2,400.00 
Oshawa, 1,000.00; Ottawa, 3,818.45; Owen Sound, 400.00; Perth, 400.00; Peter 
borough, 800.00; Petrolia, 400.00; Preston, 400.00; Riverside, 400.00; St. Cathar 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 33 

Vocational Education Branch — Continued 
Manual Training and Home Economics Departments, Grants, etc. — Continued 
Public Schools — Continued 

ines, 400.00; St. Mary's, 400.00; Sarnia, 800.00; Schumacher, 200.00; Seaforth, 
400.00; Sioux Lookout, 300.00; South Mountain, 200.00; No. 1, Stamford, 
400.00; No. 2, Stamford, 400.00; No. 3, Stamford, 400.00; No. 4, Stamford, 
400.00; No. 5, Stamford, 800.00; No. 6, Stamford, 800.00; Stirling, 200.00; 
Stratford, 400.00; Strathroy, 400.00; Swansea, 400.00; Thorold, 400.00; Toronto, 
16,150.00; Waterloo, 400.00; Whitbv, 100.00; Wiarton, 200.00; Windsor, 3,050.00; 
Woodstock, 600.00; East York, 1,618.26; York Township, 3,062.00; Zurich, 
200.00 . 66,316 68 

Separate Schools: 

Amherstburg, 150.00; Belle River, 100.00; Belleville, 200.00; Brantford, 400.00; 
Cobourg, 200.00; Cochrane, 400.00; Goderich, 100.00; Hamilton, 2,450.00; 
Kingston, 200.00; Kitchener, 300.00; London, 400.00; No. 2, Nepean, 400.00; 
Niagara Falls, 400.00; Ottawa, 2,814.86; Perth, 200.00; St. Mary's, 95.00; 
Sault Ste. Marie, 300.60; Seaforth, 200.00; Stratford, 100.00; Waterloo, 100.00; 
Windsor, 400.00; Woodslee, 400.00 10,310 46 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer 108 90 

Agricultural Training in High Schools and Collegiate Institutes, Continuation 
Schools and Fifth Classes, Grants and Maintenance ($10,850.96) 

High Schools: 

Alexandria, 91.40; Alliston, 14.75; Amherstburg, 2.72; Arthur, 38.89; Athens, 
31.69; Beamsville, 93.42; Blenheim, 77.67; Bowmanville, 57.33; Bracebridge, 
21.79; Brighton, 8.95; Burford, 10.82; Burlington, 30.01; Caledonia, 41.10; 
Cayuga, 51.87; Chesterville, 11.72; Cobalt, 13.22; Dundas, 25.60; Dunnville, 
27.31; Durham, 41.60; Elmira, 441.25; Essex, 37.07; Fergus, 41.98; Forest, 
11.75; Fort Frances, 18.00; Grimsby, 35.63; Hagersville, 32.64; Haileybury, 
12.54; Harrow, 22.01; Havelock, 49.35; Iroquois, 27.89; Kemptville, 98.22; 
Kincardine, 21.50; Kingsville, 107.78; Lakefield, 100.00; Leamington, 11.62; 
Listowel, 423.02; Lucan, 22.58; Madoc, 65.01; Markham, 50.40; Marmora, 
8.00; Maxville, 11.31; Meaford, 44.97; Merritton, 19.31; Midland, 43.12; Milton, 
30.45; Mitchell, 43.82; Morewood, 39.70; Mount Forest, 22.60; Nepean, 
57.87; Newburgh, 13.97; Newcastle, 68.03; New Liskeard, 122.52; Niagara, 
26.52; Norwich, 38.93; Norwood, 1.12; Oakville, 64.84; Omemee, 24.64; 
Orangeville, 30.81; Petrolia, 22.15; Port Credit, 48.51; Port Elgin, 25.83; Port 
Hope, 33.00; Port Perry, 1,726.83; Ridgetown, 127.37; Stoney Creek, 46.32; 
Shelburne, 17.01; Simcoe, 129.46; Smithvllle, 30.19; Stirling, 24.26; Streetsville, 
35.57; Sydenham, 10.22; Tilbury, 26.09; Trenton, 11.35; Tweed, 38.57; Ux- 
bridge, 18.21; Waterdown, 15.99; Waterford, 8.84; Watford, 30.30; Whitby, 
1,181.47; Williamstown, 61.06; Winchester, 42.42 6,745 65 

Collegiate Institutes: 

Barrie, 27.07; Belleville, 24.60; Brockville, 90.68; Clinton, 10.12; Cobourg, 
14.06; Cornwall, 50.00; Fort William, 46.22; Goderich, 13.16; Ingersoll, 28.05; 
Kitchener, .50; Lindsay, 56.15; Napanee, 47.35; Orillia, 44.88; Oshawa, 4.26; 
Perth, 53.62; Picton, 22.10; Port Arthur, 46.77; Renfrew, 78.18; Scarborough, 
103.80; Seaforth, 36.00; Smith's Falls, 170.00; Stamford, 42.41; Strathroy, 
78.63; East York Township, 34.32; York Township, 100.43 1,223 36 

Continuation Schools: 

Agincourt, 20.81; Ailsa Craig, 16.42; Arkona, 20.68; Ayr, 4.72; Beaverton, 
28.24; Bothwell, 17.92; Brooklin, 3.12; Brownsville, 13.09; Burk's Falls, 12.66; 
Chatsworth, 33.96; Coldwater, 3.55; Comber, 5.52; Drayton, 624.29; Drumbo, 
35.37; Eganville, 4.12; Elgin, 35.78; Embro, 25.98; Florence, 51.05; Fordwich, 
8.80; Forest Hill Village, 61.42; Grand Valley, 11.98; Hepworth, 33.99; Ilderton, 
8.75; R.R. No. 2, Ilderton, 10.35; Inglewood, 25.69; Lynden, 59.71; Lyndhurst, 
61.73; Melbourne, 5.10; Merlin, 17.15; Merrickville, 66.59; Milverton, 12.94; 
Mindemoya, 14.66; Minesing, 23.93; Mount Albert, 60.44; Mount Brydges, 
25.24; Mount Elgin, 22.29; Mount Pleasant, 24.22; New Dundee, 32.96; New 
Hamburg, 94.19; Orono, 6.02; Pelham, 69.72; Port McNicoll, 1.80; Princeton. 



C34 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. I 



Vocational Education Branch — Continued 

Agricultural Training in High Schools, etc. — Continued 

Continuation Schools — Continued 

31.43; Richard's Landing, 6.40; Russell, 66.41; St. George, 49.91; Seeley's Bay, 
31.20; Sparta, 6.55; Stevensville, 27.45; Sundridge, 60.44; Tamworth, 31.96; 
Teeswater, 28.63; Thamesford, 27.58; Thamesville, 32.66; Tiverton, 26.52; 
Wheatley, 419.62; Woodville, 10.35 2,574 06 

Public Schools: 

Hespeler, 51.08; Innerkip, 28.91; Kitchener, 4.85; Toronto, 54.32; Waterloo, 

22.81 161 97 

Separate Schools: 

Charlottenburgh, 25.17; Cornwall, 11.85 37 02 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer 108 90 



High Schools: 



Home Economics and General Shop Work, Grants 
and Maintenance ($91,975.66) 



Amherstburg, 600.00; Arnprior, 8,909.63; Athens, 475.00; Aurora, 1,531.28 
Aylmer, 550.00; Blenheim, 425.00; Burford, 550.00; Caledonia, 400.00; Camp 
bellford, 800.00; Carleton Place, 600.00; Cayuga, 350.00; Chesley, 300.00 
Chesterville, 325.00; Cobalt, 300.00; Cochrane, 800.00; Copper Cliff, 775.00 
Delhi, 7,979.37; Dundas, 550.00; Dunnville, 471.75; Durham, 400.00; Elmira 
475.00; Elora, 450.00; Englehart, 150.00; Exeter, 550.00; Fergus, 700.00; Forest 
775.00; Fort Erie, 812.50; Fort Frances, 950.00; Hagersville, 600.00; Hearst 
150.00; Kapuskasing, 750.00; Kenora, 737.87; Kingsville, 600.00; Leamington 
887.50; Merritton, 1,552.38; Midland, 600.00; Morewood, 475.00; Oakville 
450.00; Orangeville, 575.00; Palmerston, 475.00; Petrolia, 600.00; Port Col 
borne, 775.00; Port Elgin, 600.00; Preston, 750.00; Ridgeway, 482.50; Stirling 
700.00; Stratford, 153.58; Thorold, 350.00; Waterford, 725.00; Watford, 425.00 
Wiarton, 475.00; Winchester, 400.00 



16,243 36 



Collegiate Institutes: 

Brockville, 650.00; Chatham, 400.00; Clinton, 500.00; Cobourg, 900.00; Colling 
wood, 700.00; Goderich, 538.80; Ingersoll, 625.00; Kitchener, 1,354.50; London 
1,200.00; Ottawa, 1,100.00; Perth, 650.00; St. Mary's, 875.00; Seaforth, 745.28 
Smith's Falls, 661.65; Stratford, 600.00; Strathroy, 600.00; Toronto, 2,734.46 
Windsor, 1,400.00; Woodstock, 750.00 



16,984 69 



Continuation Schools: 

Agincourt, 300.00; Blackstock, 300.00; Cobden, 701.88; Delaware, 636.63 
Florence, 635.35; Forest Hill, 625.00; Hallville, 225.00; Hornepayne, 375.00 
Lefrov, 550.00; Lvndhurst, 350.00; Manotick, 2,975.90; Port McNicoll, 200.00 
Rodney, 275.00; Selkirk, 200.00; Sioux Lookout, 450.00; Southampton, 300.00 
South Mountain, 300.00; Stouffville, 550.00; Warkworth, 486.86 



10,436 62 



Public Schools: 

Garson Mine, 2,058.00; Kitchener, 4,803.95; Leaside, 600.00; Riverside, 575.00; 
Sioux Lookout, 84.27; Waterloo, 400.00; Zurich, 150.00 



8,671 22 



Separate Schools: 

Belle River, 400.00; Belleville, 300.00; Brantford, 2,474.80; Hamilton, 725.00; 
Kingston, 275.00; Kitchener, 450.00; London, 645.85; No. 2, Nepean, 677.43; 
Ottawa, 2,150.00; Rochester and Maidstone, 321.84; Waterloo, 175.00; Windsor, 
644.85; Woodslee, 400.00 



9,639 77 



Day and Evening Classes ($1,899,211.55) 



Maintenance Grants: 



Barrie, 4,392.77; Beamsville, 2,103.49; Belleville, 8,349.80; Brantford, 13,906.22; 
Brockville, 4,809.44; Chatham, 11,321.22; Collingwocd, 308.25; Cornwall, 
11,496.76; Dunnville, 309.00; Fort Erie, 4,329.62; Fort Frances, 3,347.28; 



19 42-43 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION CJ5 

Vocational Education Branch — Continued 
Day and Evening Classes — Continued 
Maintenance Grants — Continued 

Fort William, 28,161.17; Gait, 10,973.96; Guelph, 9,921.64; Haileybury, 4,814.68; 
Hamilton, 82,203.87; Kemptville, 1,158.88; Kingston, 11,943.03; Kirkland 
Lake, 16,048.38; Kitchener, 15,265.02; London, 35,272.65; Napanee, 2,034.08; 
New Toronto, 69.00; Niagara Falls, 12,481.98; North Bay, 14,014.29; Oshawa, 
13,915.24; Ottawa. 59,075.37; Owen Sound, 10,268.57; Pembroke, 4,611.47; 
Perth, 3,270.75; Peterborough, 15,592.15; Picton, 2,195.12; Port Arthur, 
23,967.64; Renfrew, 5,133.81; Ridgetown, 4,111.27; St. Catharines, 17,303.62; 
St. Thomas, 13,309.10; Sarnia, 15,536.07; Sault Ste. Marie, 17,688.75; Scar- 
borough, 4,753.60; Simcoe, 5,626.56; Stamford, 4,318.28; Stratford, 6,863.19; 
Sudbury, 25,658.91 ; Timmins, 16,425.24; Toronto, 318,595.45; Welland, 13,238.26; 
Weston, 14,615.16; Windsor, 29,872.38; Woodstock, 5,704.95; York East, 
9,274.73; York North, 3,613.91; York Township, 11,821.13; Department of 
Labour, Vocational Apprenticeship Classes, 45.00 985,442 16 

Debenture Grants: 

Beamsville, 2,096.15; Belleville, 10,410.58; Brantford, 5,301.18; Cornwall, 

3,529.01; Fort William, 19,668.52; Gait, 12,842.76; Guelph, 3,878.94; Hamilton, 

34,892.44; Kingston, 9,823.32; Kirkland Lake, 3,689.34; Kitchener, 9,291.25; 

London, 9,996.63; Niagara Falls, 1,255.19; North Bay, 12,699.30; Oshawa, 

11,209.31; Ottawa, 7,675.19; Owen Sound, 8,345.60; Peterborough, 8,993.73; 

Port Arthur, 21,795.01; Renfrew, 2,986.61; St. Thomas, 8,955.99; Sault Ste. 

Marie, 7,848.75; Simcoe, 3,221.86; Stamford, 1,900.00; Sudbury, 6,210.33; 

Timmins, 6,872.54; Toronto, 72,985.60; Welland, 5,734.28; Weston, 5,085.81; 

Windsor, 594,126.94 913,322 16 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 418.68; Accounts under $100, 28.55 447 23 

Trade Schools ($2,522.54) 
Salary, Temporary: 

W. S. Kirkland 2,400 00 

Miscellaneous: 

W. S. Kirkland, travelling expenses, 94.12; King's Printer, 28.42 122 54 

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 

Grant to National Society of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing ($9,100.00) 

National Society of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing 9,100 00 

War Emergency Vocational Courses ($243,145.41) 

Schedule "G", Aircraft Mechanics 

and 
Schedule "K", Industrial Training for War Work 

Summary 

Trainees, Subsistence Allowances 1,292,343 12 

Trainees, Transportation 12,589 98 



C36 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Vocational Education Branch — Continued 

War Emergency Vocational Courses — Continued 

Summary — Continued 

Instructors, etc., Salaries 1,038,026 31 

Supervisors, Travelling Expenses 12,375 42 

Equipment, Tools, Supplies, etc 224,709 39 

Gross Expenditure : 2,580,044 22 

Less Refunds, etc.: 

Dominion Government: 

Cash Repayments 2,159,241 29 

Equipment Sold to Province of 

Ontario settled by contra account 27,915 26 



2,187,156 55 

Sales of Products and Material 3,241 78 

Sale of Equipment to Schools 13,134 16 



2,203,532 49 



Amount Transferred to Department of 

Labour, Schedule "G" (see page Hll) 133,366 32 



2,336,898 81 



Net Expenditure 243,145 41 

Trainees, subsistence allowances, 1,292,343.12; Trainees, transportation, 12,589.98; 
Instructors, etc., salaries, 1,038.026.31; Supervisors, travelling expenses, 12,375.42; 

Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 1,121.38; Aerovox, Canada, 

Ltd., 204.18; Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 4,031.89; D. Aitchison Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 1,081.01; Allan Lumber Co., Ltd., 117.50; Alloy Metal Sales, Ltd., 115.30; 
Aluminum Company of Canada, Ltd., 690.49; H. Arnold, 308.36; Art Metropole, 
257.93; Atlas Polar Co., Ltd., 443.00; Atlas Steels, Ltd., 3,315.89; Baines & 
David, Ltd., 761.68; F. F. Barber Machinery Co., Ltd., 105.21; Barton Electric 
Works, 133.25; Bates Hardware, 666.77; Beacon Industries of Canada, Ltd., 
106.00; Beardmore & Co., Ltd., 456.27; Bell Thread Co., Ltd., 242.58; Board 
of Education, Belleville, 275.54; Belmont Launderers & Cleaners, 113.98; Geo. 
H. Belton Lumber Co., 105.82; Bennet & Elliott, Ltd., 1,864.51; Benson-Wilcox 
Electric Co., 158.93; Black & Decker Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 120.98; Bond 
Engineering Works, Ltd., 119.88; Anthony Bowman, Ltd., 718.73; Bowra's 
Electric, 129.54; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 263.83; British Drug Houses 
(Canada), Ltd., 230.18; Brown, Boggs, Foundry & Machinery Co., Ltd., 488.67; 
Buntin, Gillies & Co., Ltd., 346.88; Burgess Battery Co., 102.24; P. Burns 
& Co., Ltd., 100.90; H. C. Burton & Co., 127.75; Business Supply Co., Ltd., 
112.15; J. Cadovius, 127.13; Canada Building Materials, Ltd., 188.17; Canada 
Machinery Corporation, Ltd., 233.06; Canada Metal Co., Ltd., 379.91; Canada 
Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., 650.08; Canada Sandpapers, Ltd., 103.86; Canadian Car- 
borundum Co., Ltd., 100.78; Canadian Durex Abrasives, Ltd., 122.04; Canadian 
Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 4,350.44; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 
1,385.94; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 1,780.67; Canadian Liquid Air 
Co., Ltd., 10,807.90; Canadian Radio Supply, 386.66; Canadian Tire Corpora- 
tion, Ltd., 540.47; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 863.67; Gus Cancilla, 
537.40; Central Overall Cleaners & Supply Co., Ltd., 2,634.35; Central Scientific 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 1,238.65; Chadwick Electric Co., Ltd., 160.01; 
Chatham Daily News, 247.68; Chown, Ltd., 217.46; Christie Bros. & Co., Ltd., 
240.80; Cities Heating Co., Ltd., 222.72; G. H. Clark & Co., 145.25; Cleveland 
Pneumatic Tool Company of Canada, Ltd., 247.76; Cloke & Son, Ltd., 336.48; 
W. O. Clow, 152.67; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 6,570.42; Cody's Wall- 
paper & Painters Supply House, 192.87; Consumers Lumber Co., Ltd., 124.60; 
Cooksville Co., Ltd., 116.82; Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 298.66; Cowan Hardware, 
Ltd., 400.01; Jas. Cowan & Co., Ltd., 713.06; Coy Bros., 155.35; A. Cross & 
Co., Ltd., 100.00; W. H. Cunningham & Hill, Ltd., 199.78; W. B. Dalton & Sons, 
Ltd., 103.86; Dennisteel Corporation, Ltd., 123.34; Department of Provincial 
Treasurer (Ontario), fidelity bonds, 134.21; Department of Labour (Ontario), 
130.66; Henry Disston & Sons, Ltd., 188.25; Dominion Lumber & Coal Co., 
Ltd., 338.99; Dominion Oxygen Co., Ltd., 4,460.05; Dominion Plywoods, Ltd., 
117.00; Dominion Twist Drill, Ltd., 1,372.08; Jas. T. Donnolly Co., Ltd., 
401.53; Drummond, McCall & Co., Ltd., 354.50; East Hamilton Radio Ex- 
change, 119.17; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 774.30; E. B. Eddy Co., Ltd., 260.81; Eggett 
& Co., 115.00; Empire Stove & Furnace Co., 109.02; Employer's Liability 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 37 

Vocational Education Branch — Continued 

War Emergency Vocational Courses — Continued 

Assurance Corporation, Ltd., 323.75; Evans Lumber Co., Ltd., 112.50; Fisher 
& Son, 135.84; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 174.87; Fort William Daily Times 
Journal, 351.34; F. S. Fosdick, 148.00; A. J. Frank & Son, 2,877.55; Frank 
Bros., 944.08; Gait Daily Reporter, 152.40; Garage Supply Co., Ltd., 301.71; 
General Films, Ltd., 141.75; T. B. George & Co., 553.82; D. Gestetner (Canada), 
Ltd., 746.23; G. A. Gillies, 107.27; Ginn & Co., 601.34; M. S. Glassco Co., Ltd., 
375.00; Goderich Signal-Star Press, Ltd., 103.50; Gordon, Mackay & Co., Ltd., 
108.27; Guaranty Motor Co., Ltd., 476.60; Guittard & Co., 112.50; Hall Bros. 
Hardware, 268.95; Board of Education, Hamilton, 943.63; Hamilton Leather 
Belting Co., 212.61; Hamilton Spectator, 1,012.82; Hamilton Technical Insti- 
tute, 985.84; Hanson & Edgar, Ltd., 159.47; John Harrison & Sons Co., Ltd., 
132.58; C. H. Henze Co., Ltd., 241.14; Hobbs Hardware Co., Ltd., 563.37; 
Hollup Corporation, Ltd., 912.30; Wendell Holmes, Ltd., 165.95; Hoover Co., 
Ltd., 197.07; Houston Co., Ltd., 173.32; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 434.98; Interlake 
Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 146.79; Instrument's, Ltd., 134.73; W. H. Kerfoot, 
152.90; Kerr & Coombs Foundry Co., Ltd., 213.97; W. R. Kernochan Lumber 
& Sash Co., 311.78; Keyes Supply Co., Ltd., 795.41; Kilgour's, Ltd., 145.57; 
King's Printer, 1,839.71; Kitchener Daily Record, 343.75; Kitchener- Waterloo 
Collegiate Board, 137.84; Wm. Knell & Co., Ltd., 270.59; Levitt Safety Appliance 
Co., 637.00; Lincoln Electric Company of Canada, Ltd., 3,543.25; Link-Belt, 
Ltd., 176.64; Board of Education, London, 180.45; London Free Press, 1,280.50; 
London Metal Services, 191.90; London Public Utilities Commission, 333.00; 
London Soap Co., Ltd., 340.35; James Lumbers Co., Ltd., 663.23; Lynn, Mac- 
Leod Engineering Supplies, Ltd., 1,292.03; Maclachlan Lumber & Woodwork- 
ing Co., 116.00; Macmillan Company of Canada, Ltd., 908.60; Marshall-Eccle- 
stone, Ltd., 205.80; Marshall Foundry, 911.86; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 310.82; 
Martlin & Lawrie, Ltd., 390.47; Masco Co., Ltd., 977.29; Massey-Harris Co., 
Ltd., 152.25; McBain Foundry, 779.60; McBean & Verrall, 200.75; R. Mc- 
Dougall Co., Ltd., 451.95; McFarlane, Son & Hodgson, Ltd., 160.96; A. McGlash- 
an, Ltd., 362.77; G. G. McKeough, Ltd., 210.58; McKeough & Trotter, Ltd., 
337.67; J. W. McMaster, Ltd., 118.62; Meretsky, Burnstine & Meretsky, 1,903.64; 
Miller-Morris, Ltd., 1,884.30; N. Miller & Son, 124.75; Mimeograph Co., Ltd., 
402.29; J. R. Moodie Co., Ltd., 200.00; Motor Accessory & Supply Co., Ltd., 
349.50; Moyer School Supplies, Ltd., 106.63; Nagel Auto Parts, 264.65; National 
Automotive Parts, Ltd., 246.49; National Auto Supply Co., 577.68; National 
Grocers Co., Ltd., 153.28; National Stationers, Ltd., 636.45; Board of Educa- 
tion, Niagara Falls, 182.66; Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., 182.23; Northern 
Electric Co., Ltd., 296.35; Northern Life Assurance Company of Canada, 585.00; 
Norton Company of Canada, Ltd., 342.02; Norwood Lumber, Ltd., 482.02; 
Nova Scotia Technical College, 277.40; Ontario Hughes-Owens, Ltd., 308.44; 
Oshawa Collegiate Institute Board, 137.50; Board of Education, Ottawa, 423.54; 
Owen Sound Daily Sun Times, 102.00; Parkdale Auto Wreckers, 272.47; Peck- 
overs, Ltd., 2,706.24; People's Gas & Supply Co., Ltd., 748.76; G. D. Peters, 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 204.90; H. W. Petrie Co., Ltd., 185.50; Sir Isaac 
Pitman (Canada), Ltd., 378.17; Pollard Manufacturing Co., Ltd, 186.32; Power- 
lite Devices, Ltd., 121.90; Pratt & Whitney of Canada, 1,046.67; E. Pullan 
Wipers & Waste Co., Ltd., 120.76; Queen City Leather Works, 142.66; Radio 
Laboratories, 149.28; Radio Trade Supply Co., Ltd., 259.79; H. E. Ratz Lumber, 
184.15; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., 151.80; Remington Rand, Ltd., 1,085.97; 
Robbins, & Myers Company of Canada, Ltd., 212.92; Ryerson Press, 251.19; 
Safety Supply Co., 263.54; St. Thomas Times Journal, 200.45; Samuel Son, 
& Co., 433.86; Sarnia Canadian Observer, 217.92; Shaw & Wright, Ltd., 570.88; 
Sheldon's, Ltd., 119.44; Simpson Planing Mill Co., Ltd., 940.38; Singer Sewing 
Machine Co., 134.24; John B. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 176.31; N. Smith Belting 
Works, Ltd., 210.12; Snap-on-Tocls of Canada, Ltd., 259.88; Snelling Paper 
Sales, Ltd., 171.41; S & S Auto Parts, 250.70; Stainton & Evis, Ltd., 113.25; 
Standard Motor Replacements, Ltd., 131.61; State Education Department, 
New York, 177.32; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., 2,381.54; Sterling Electric 
Co., Ltd., 390.71; Stratford Beacon Herald, 323.74; Sudbury Daily Star, 301.10; 
Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 247.18; Geo. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 1,025.74; Taylor 
Electric Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 197.76; Board of Education, Toronto, 4,331.01; 
Toronto Daily Star, 3,703.92; Toronto Evening Telegram, 3,561.14; Toronto 
Globe & Mail, 3,010.39; Samuel Trees & Co., Ltd., 247.34; Underwood Elliott 
Fisher, Ltd., 493.34; Union Twist Drill Co. (Butterfield Division), 1,075.26; 
United Paper Mills, Ltd., 962.40; University of Western Ontario, 1,014.23; 
Vallance, Brown & Co., Ltd., 1,425.89; Wabi Iron Works, Ltd., 167.91; Walker 
Hardware Co., Ltd., 156.14; Wall Chemicals Canadian Corporation, Ltd., 
1,439.06; Wayne Forge & Machine Co., Ltd., 127.00; Weber Hardware Co., 



CSS PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Vocational Education Branch — Continued 

War Emergency Vocational Courses — Continued 

Ltd., 613.37; Wells-Curtis, 169.92; Wells Foundry Co., Ltd., 651.00; Welsh 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 173.96; W. J. Westaway Co., Ltd., 517.04; Whites Hard- 
ware, Ltd., 552.57; Wholesale Radio Co., Ltd., 618.55; Wilkinson-Kompass, 
Ltd., 3,163.50; A. R. Williams Machinery Co., Ltd., 3,188.60; Williams Tool 
Corporation, 461.02; Wilson-Munroe Co., Ltd., 147.25; Williams & Wilson, 
Ltd., 1,130.90; Windsor Daily Star, 327.12; Windsor Wiping Cloth Co., 323.58; 
J. T. Wing & Co., 899.52; F. W. Woolworth Co., Ltd., 4,699.20; Wood, Alexander 
& James, Ltd., 866.21; A. Workman & Co., Ltd., 292.16; James Wright & Co., 

979.20; York Knitting Mills, Ltd., 101.25; Cartage, express and freight, 

1,984.23; postage, 1,640.05; telegrams, 260.20; telephone, 1,675.30; accounts 
under $100, 20,930.77; Equipment purchased from Department of Labour, 

Ottawa, settled by contra account, 27,915.26 2,580,044 22 

Less: Refunds, etc. (see Page C 36) 2,336,898 81 



243,145 41 



Vocational Education Branch $2,449,985 68 

ONTARIO TRAINING COLLEGE FOR TECHNICAL TEACHERS 

Salaries ($720.00) 
Permanent: 

C. C. Ashcroft, 4,000.00; J. A. G. Easton, 3,655.84; T. W. Nicholls, 720.00 



Total 8,375 84 

Less: Transferred to War Emergency Vocational Courses. . . 7,655 84 



720 00 



Maintenance ($2,104.68) 



Hamilton Board of Education, 1,191.48; City of Hamilton, 113.70; Hamilton 
Hydro-Electric System, 568.54; Newspapers and periodicals, 48.75; tele- 
phone, 157.21; accounts under $100, 25.00 2,104 68 

Ontario Training College for Technical Teachers $2,824 68 

SUPERANNUATED TEACHERS 

Annual Retiring Allowances to Teachers and Inspectors ($1,488.50) 

Sundry Persons 1,488 50 

Compassionate Allowances for Ex-Teachers ($4,659.13) 

Sundry Persons 4,659 1 3 

Superannuated Teachers $6,147 63 

PROVINCIAL AND OTHER UNIVERSITIES 
Grants ($1,945,000.00) 

University of Toronto, Ontario College of Education for Training of High School 

Assistants, etc 255,000 00 

University of Toronto, Special Grant 1,050,000 00 

University of Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum 5,000 00 

University of Western Ontario 260,000 00 

Queen's University 275,000 00 

University of Toronto, Special for Deficit Account 100,000 00 

Provincial and Other Universities $1,945,000 00 

ONTARIO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF, BELLEVILLE 

Salaries ($78,606.65) 

Permanent: 

K. Bawden, 1,200.00; P. Boulton, 1,300.00; L. J. Burnside, 1,416.67; G. E. I. 
Burt, 1,416.67; G. C. Caldwell, 600.00; M. I. Cass, 1,516.67; J. Chant, 150.00; 
F. H. Chesher, 1,800.00; A. J. Clare, 1,216.67; J. Clelland, 562.50; R. Coles, 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 39 

Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 

Permanent — Continued 

1,400.00; F. Cook, 1,200.00; M. E. Crosby, 300.00; F. P. Cunningham, 1,500.00; 
K. B. Daly, 1,316.67; C. L. Ellis, 1,500.00; F. A. Fitzgerald, 1,300.00; H. R. 
Flagler, 1,200.00; C. Ford, 2,533.33; S. A. Gordon, 1,516.67; V. G. Handley, 
1,716.67; R. R. M. Hanley, 281.25; G. M. Harris, 716.67; M. I. Hegle, 1,216.67; 
J. W. Hodgson, 1,150.00; C. A. Holmes, 1,500.00; H. M. Keeler, 1,216.67; 
E. B. Lally, 2,200.00; M. Leacock, 500.00; M. C. Maloney, 1,216.67; C. B. 
McGuire, 2,116.67; M. E. Meagher, 656.25; W. J. Morrison, 4,483.33; M. E. 
Nichol, 656.25; E. M. Nurse, 1,716.67; B. M. O'Connor, 1,150.00; M. B. O'Sulli- 
van, 468.75; E. N. Panter, 625.00; R. T. Post, 1,200.00; L. A. Reid, 925.00; 
M. M. Reid, 1,216.67; B. Rierdon, 1,600.00; H. M. Shannon, 1,150.00; A. M. P. 
Stafford, 1,616.67; A. C. Stratton, 500.00; J. H. Sweet, 900.00; R. W. Tennent, 
900.00; R. Van Allen, 1,216.67; R. H. Vaughan, 125.00; A. Wannamaker, 
1,325.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 
95.00 61,303 38 

Temporary: 

A. G. Davidson, 1,200.00; F. M. Lovering, 700.00; M. E. Molyneux, 1,125.00; 
G. Simpson, 960.00; Domestic Help, Cooks, Maids, Seamstress, 7,418.99; Farm 
Hand, 180.00; Supervisors, 4,960.00 16,543 99 

Extra Services: 

H. R. Flagler, 200.00; J. W. Hodgson, 175.00; M. C. Maloney, 175.00; A. Wanna- 
maker, 209.28 759 28 

Travelling Expenses ($685.98) 

H. M. Keeler, 26.75; C. B. McGuire, 53.44; W. J. Morrison, 131.99; Sundry pupils 

and attendants, 362.25. Accounts under $25, 111.55 685 98 

Maintenance ($57,028.33) 

Medicine and Medical Comforts 560 11 

Groceries and Provisions 17,585 60 • 

Bedding, Clothing and Supplies 943 43 

Fuel, Light, Power and Water 6,782 49 

Laundry, Soap and Cleaning 2,276 63 

Furniture and Furnishings 2,134 34 

Farm Expenses 3,845 42 

Repairs and Alterations 3,217 73 

School Supplies and Equipment 2,209 90 

Purchase and Maintenance of Motor Conveyance 379 12 

Contingencies 4,661 53 

Rentals 10,465 37 

Living Allowances 1,966 66 

Baker's Fruit Market, 265.58; Belleville Creameries, 2,493.51; Belleville Steam 
Laundry, 1,481.16; Belleville Utilities Commission, 1,551.67; Black's Meat 
Market, 346.21; Boland & Boland, 224.30; B. K. Brown, 312.80; B. W. Brown, 
293.20; R. A. Bull, 459.68; F. E. Clare, 1,458.25; A. Ciceri, 764.16; I. V. Connor, 
929.03; Dolan Drug Store, 157.88; Dustbane Products, Ltd., 183.02; Empire 
Fruits & Vegetables, 764.05; Evans' Fish Store, 122.26; Farm Department, 
School, 3,561.34; Gordon Mackay & Co., Ltd., 451.37; Glenburnie Orchards, 
412.50; L. E. Grills, 200.00; L. Hamilton, 744.33; Harris Bread Co., 168.32; 
G. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 211.61; T. J. Holland & Co., 309.25; Kilgour's, Ltd., 
168.82; King's Printer, 270.17; Lattimer's Drug Store, Ltd., 153.18; S. Lazier, 
3,000.00; J. Lewis Co., 460.12; J. Livesay, 1.220;86; London Soap Co., Ltd., 
314.48; B. O. Lott, 136.25; Mackenzie & Co., 1,323.07; McCarthy Milling 
Co., Ltd., 795.60; Mcintosh Bros., 427.88; E. D. Mott, 220.78; G. H. Mouck, 
960.00; Moyer School Supplies, Ltd., 253.64; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 
1,949.20; T. Nelson & Sons, Ltd., 111.05; Ontario Intelligencer, 298.58; Purity 
Bakery, 461.20; W. Rankin, 450.00; Reid's Dairy, 730.34; Rierdon Coal Co., 
765.35; Riggs Motor Sales, 205.23; A. Salz, 450.00; J. A. Shannon, 872.50; 
Schuster Co., Ltd., 4,710.51; A. A. Sills, 1,859.68; Sills Book Store, 569.53; 
Smith Hardware, 192.63; Sprungs' Bakery, 743.90; L. Stark, 285.00; Sundry 
Persons, Boarded-out Students, 555.75; Sundry Employees, living allowances, 

e — P.A. 



C40 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

1,966.66; Sundry Persons, room rent for maids, 858.97; Supertest Petroleum 
Corporation, Ltd., 363.63; T. C. Thompson, 679.87; Treasurer, Bridge St. 
United Church, 686.66; Tucker & Coombs, 134.63; R. Vanderwater, 175.00; 
Walker Hardware Co., 346.25; Warden, St. Thomas' Church, 2,100.00; Wendell 
Ho'mes, Ltd., 100.88; White's Meat Market, 382.39; J. C. Winston Co., Ltd., 
116.13; Wray's Home Furnishers, 999.25; York Trading Co., Ltd., 1,031.25; 

Cartage, express and freight, 37.81; postage, 188.75; telephone, 551.39; 

accounts under $100, 3,528.03 57,028 33 

Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville $136,320 96 

ONTARIO SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND, BRANTFORD 

Salaries ($56,978.95) 
Permanent: 

J. D. Ansell, 1,600.00; J. E. Babb, 1,516.67; L. M. Behrns, 1,216.67; H. Bond, 
1,486.00; B. T. Cameron, 1,050.00; L. D. Carroll, 756.25; D. J. Coutts, 1,125.00; 
J. J. Dakin, 843.75; I. Draper, 1,716.67; D. E. Haight, 1,216.67; A. M. Hodge, 
1,516.67; M. L. Howell, 656.25; M. M. Hunter, 1,050.00; M. V. Kellett, 1,200.00; 
P. King, 1,516.67; W. H. Little, 1,833.33; D. M. Lord, 400.00; F. Lord, 1,200.00; 
A. G. MacGillivray, 1,000.00; J. C. MacKellar, 1,200.00; J. A. Marquis, 750.00; 
M. T. Millar, 925.00; S. Miller, 1,216.67; M. A. Milne, 1,216.67; E. A. C. Murray, 
1,216.67; A. O'Donohue, 1,516.67; Z. Perry, 1,216.67; A. G. Riddolls, 1,233.33; 
G. H. Ryerson, 2,488.00; D. Saunders, 1,300.00; R. F. Troughton, 1,200.00; 
H. J. Vallentyne, 5,000.00 43,380 28 

Temporary : 

L. D. Carroll, 243.75; N. Charlton, 76.00; J. J. Dakin, 281.25; R. Harrett, 
400.00; G. A. Jackson, 1,050.00; H. Lindsay, 28.00; A. N. Matthews, 1,500.00; 
A. Tellson, 100.00; B. Weller, 1,200.00; E. F. Whittle, 900.00; Domestic Help: 
Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Watchman, 7,819.67 13,598 67 

Travelling Expenses ($329.00) 

P. King, 29.08; Public Utilities Commission Transportation Department, 27.00; 

H. J. Vallentyne, 209.37; Accounts under $25, 63.55 329 00 

Maintenance ($34,212.79) 

Medicine and Medical Comforts 406 49 

Groceries and Provisions 14,734 51 

Bedding, Clothing and Shoes 387 81 

Fuel, Light, Power and Water 11,007 79 

Laundry, Soap and Cleaning 1,193 24 

Furniture and Furnishings 345 88 

Farm and Garden 686 15 

Repairs and Alterations 1,968 04 

School Supplies and Equipment 1,034 09 

Dental and Oculist Services 431 00 

Contingencies 2,017 79 

C. K. Addison, 102.47; J. Bishop & Son, Ltd., 102.84; N. W. Bragg, 150.00; Brant 
Ave. United Church, 100.00; Brantford Fuel and Supply, Ltd., 853.82; Brant- 
ford Public Utilities Commission, 2,027.79; Brantford Produce Co., Ltd., 
1,294.52; W. Brittain & Sons, 730.15; Canada Bread Co., Ltd., 518.14; Canadian 
National Institute for the Blind, 147.90; P. D. Cohoe, 177.00; Dearborn Chem- 
ical Co., Ltd., 102.15; Douglas Seed Co., 456.15; Duncan & Perry, 188.18; E. B. 
Eddy Co., Ltd., 184.40; Elliott & Wedlake, 201.05; Farm Department, School, 
1,234.81; R. Feely, 218.38; L. Gilmour, 764.76; Gowman Grocery, 220.81; J. L. 
Greenwood, 130.00; Hurley Printing Co., Ltd., 220.50; Ingleby-Taylor Co., 
Ltd., 139.12; James Coal Co., 8,150.04; S. C. Johnson & Son, Ltd., 373.06; 
J. Kew, 125.34; King's Printer, 583.03; J. M. A. Lefebvre, 316.00; London 
Soap Co., Ltd., 215.90; Louden's Bakery, 566.23; P. Luciani & Co., 145.85; 
Maple Leaf Dairy Co., 656.33; McDougall Bros., 459.17; J. McHutchion, 
Ltd., 959.79; P. J. O'Connor, 112.63; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 2,628.21; 
J. Peace & Sons, 154.32; Purity Dairy Products, 811.51; T. E. Robson, 189.18; 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION C 41 

Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

St. Williams Preservers, Ltd., 189.80; Silverstein's, 414.07; Stedman's Book 
Store, 157.68; J. L. Sutherland, Ltd., 154.61; Tovell's Drug Store, 215.53; 
G. E. Townson, 635.33; Vanstone's, 128.95; G. Watt & Sons, Ltd., 1,147.21; 
White's Drug Store, 133.22; J. R. Will, 281.00; Woodstock Pipe Organ Build- 
ers, Ltd., 319.25; Young, Winfield & Co., Ltd., 202.19; Cartage, express 

and freight, 50.48; postage, 171.35; telephone, 309.29; accounts under $100, 

2,991.30 34,212 79 

Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford $91,520 74 

STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary ($8,000.00) 

Hon. D. McArthur 8,000 00 

Carter Scholarships, R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 21, Sec. 6 ($5,000.00) 
Sundry Persons 5,000 00 

Ontario Government Contribution to Teachers' and Inspectors' Superannuation 
Fund, R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 366, Sec. 5 ($835,936.58) 
Teachers' and Inspectors' Superannuation Fund 835,936 58 

Grants ($653,638.43) 

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) 81,000 00 

University of Toronto (16 Geo. V, Chap. 69, Sec. 2) 13,480 75 

University of Toronto (18 Geo. V, Chap. 55, Sec. 3) 52,157 68 

Statutory $1,502,575 01 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

Grant to the Workers' Educational Association ($4,000.00) 

Workers' Educational Association 4,000 00 

Grant to the Air Cadet League of Canada ($10,000.00) 

Air Cadet League of Canada 10,000 00 

To Pay Cost of Education of Deaf Children in Attendance at LTnstitution 
des Sourds-Muets during School year 1941-42 ($4,365.00) 

L'Institution des Sourds-Muets 4,365 00 

Special Warrants $18,365 00 

Total Expenditure, Department of Education $14,237,034.15 



PART D 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 
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Salaries and Maintenance, etc 5 

Purchase and Repairs to Boats, etc 5 

Erecting Ponds, Buildings, etc 6 

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Game Animals and Birds ♦ 7 

Macdiarmid, Services, Expenses, etc 7 

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Salaries, Maintenance, etc 8 

Hatcheries 8 

Grants 9 

Wolf Bounty 10 

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DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 

Hon. G. D. Conant, Minister (Statutory, see pages B 24; N 7) 
Hon. H. C. Nixon, Minister (Statutory, see page P 17) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($49,421.13) 

Permanent: 

D. J. Taylor Deputy Minister 6,000 00 

M. E. Archer, 1,500.00; J. M. Beaupre, 1,600.00; J. B. Bowman, 600.00; K. 
Campbell, 1,500.00; V. J. Doole, 1,700.00; G. P. Douse, 2,550.00; J. L. Farewell, 
1,150.00; J. Farrington, 3,200.00; M. E. Gallivan, 1,150.00; G. E. Graham, 
2,550.00; R. Hague, 1,150.00; L. W. Huddart, 1,600.00; M. E. Hughes, 262.50; 
J. W. Jones, 2,850.00; W. A. C. Lee, 2,300.00; J. Macartney, 1,533.33; M. E. 
Marselis, 1,150.00; G. E. McAuley, 1,400.00; W. Mulholland, 1,750.00; A. New- 
lands, 1,500.00; L. Pelz, 2,100.00; D. M. Shannon, 975.00; S. M. Sprung, 700.00; 
R. K. Strang, 1,900.00; L. Turner, 1,233.33; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund. Contribution re Enlistments, 69.00 45,973 16 

Temporary: 

P. M. Belk, 937.50; J. E. Earl, 712.50; C. G. Holton, 375.00; E. M. Kelly, 

541.72; L. C. McLeod, 675.00; S. M. Sprung, 206.25 3,447 97 

Travelling Expenses ($12.58) 
D. J. Taylor 12 58 

Maintenance ($2,951.45) 

King's Printer, 2,641.08; Newspapers and periodicals, 37.50; tele- 
grams, 46.95; telephone, 49.06; accounts under $100, 211.80.. ..... 2,986 39 

Less: Refund, Dominion Government re Commercial Marine 

License Certificates 34 94 

2,951 45 

Moving Expenses of Officers of the Department ($154.00) 
J. C. Colter 154 00 

Unforeseen and Unprovided ($67.90) 

Accounts under $100 109 45 

Less: Refund, Dominion Government re Commercial Marine License 

Certificates 41 55 

67 90 

Purchase of and Repairs to Boats, Boathouses, Machinery 
and Vehicles ($1,590.39) 

Department of Highways, 126.79; A. A. Ferris, 499.51; Outboard Marine and 

Manufacturing Company of Canada, Ltd., 184.44; Accounts under $100, 

779.65 1,590 39 

Exhibits ($402.27) 

J. W. Jones, travelling expenses, 37.87; Pay List, wages of men, 187.00; Cartage 

and express, 45.53; accounts under $100, 131.87 402 27 

Compensation, Medical, Hospital and Other Accounts for Workmen injured 
in Government Work as awarded by the Workmen's Compensation Board, 
including proportion of Administration Expenses ($389.31) 

Workmen's Compensation Beard : 389 31 

Cost of Living Bonus ($37,257.42) 
Sundry Employees 37,257 42 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($89.39) 
Postmaster, stamps purchased, 187.62; less refund of employees' contribution, 98.23. 89 39 



D 6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Continued 

Erecting Ponds, Buildings and Dams, 
Purchase of Land, Buildings, Boats, Machinery and Equipment ($2,879.88) 

Chatsworth Trout Rearing Station 69 67 

Codrington Trout Rearing Station 56 56 

Hill's Lake Hatchery 2 80 

Kingsville Hatchery 173 42 

Macdiarmid 429 02 

North Bay Trout Rearing Station 2,148 41 

Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 141.43; Conklin Planing Mills, Ltd., 109.86; 
J. W. Jones, travelling expenses, 605.66; Lakeview Lumber, Ltd., 905.67; Pay 
List, wages of men, 921.50; Accounts under $100, 195.76 2,879 88 

Main Office $95,215 72 

ENFORCEMENT OF THE ONTARIO GAME AND FISHERIES ACT ($209,647.93) 

Salaries and Expenses: 

Districts 184,641 44 

Toronto, Inspectors and Overseer 4,769 17 

Seasonal Overseers 4,923 36 

Issuer of Special Export Permits and Collector of Royal- 
ties 100 00 

Patrol Boats: 

Patrol Boat No. 2 2,832 45 

Patrol Boat No. 5 232 31 

Miscellaneous 12,149 20 

Salaries: 

J. W. Allan, 1,300.00; J. H. Bailey, 1,233.33; R. Baker, 1,600.00; G. Beattie, 
1,258.31; R. F. Beaudro, 1,366.67; C. F. Bibby, 742.48; C. E. Binkley, 1,200.00; 
H. M. Blacklock, 1,258.31; P. Boudreau, 116.66; A. B. Bower, 1,200.00; L. M. 
Bray, 1,258.33; E. A. Brown, 1,300.00; G. D. Buie, 1,358.33; J. A. Cecile, 1,233.33; 
F. S. Chew, 1,233.33; A. H. Clempson, 1,258.33; C. F. Cook, 1,400.00; W. 
Cote, 1,400.00; V. Crichton, 1,358.33; L. A. Dent, 1,358.33; E. G. Dillon, 300.00; 
J. S. Dorland, 324.99; H. S. Dornan, 1,258.33; R. H. Eady, 1,200.00; F. H. 
Ewing, 1,258.33; W. Faubert, 1,400.00; W. H. Flynn, 1,258.33; A. Forster, 
416.13; C. C. Fracolle, 554.17; W. A. Fraser, 1,200.00; D. H. Gauthier, 1,300.00; 
W. Gerylo, 1,258.31; N. L. Goldthorp, 1,400.00; J. P. Grant, 1,125.00; A. W. 
Hanna, 1,233.32; H. Harris, 1,400.00; H. C. Haskins, 1,458.33; W. Hawkins, 
1,441.96; P. Headlam, 1,233.32; L. S. Hemphill, 1,358.33; W. C. Hoard, 1,258.31; 
A. M. Hodgson, 1,358.33; M. J. Inwood, 1,300.00; W. Keller, 1,600.00; C. W. 
Knapp, 1,202.08; F. C. Lamoure, 1,300.00; O. D. Lewis, 1,500.00; C. D. Liddle, 
1,400.00; I. J. Lyons, 1,600.00; E. MacGillivray, 1,560.00; N. MacNaughtan, 
1,800.00; D. C. Martin, 1,133.32; G. C. Matthews, 1,233.32; H. McCabe, 1,300.00; 
F. B. McKnight, 1,600.00; E. R. Meadows, 1,258.33; F. H. Merner, 1,233.32; 
L. M. Michon, 1,258.31; A. K. Minaker, 1,233.33; E. Morley, 1,300.00; A. R. 
Muma, 1,300.00; E. T. O'Neill, 1,258.31; F. C. Oper, 1,358.33; G. M. Parks, 
2,700.00; H. E. Pearson, 1,400.00; A. E. Pennell, 1,600.00; C. L. Perrie, 1,400.00; 
E. Prosser, 1,258.33; J. F. Richardson, 1,258.33; D. S. Ritchie, 1,258.31; W. 
Robinson, 1,600.00; A. J. Rolston, 1,500.00; L. SanCartier, 375.00; W. Scott, 
1,358.33; J. A. Shannon, 1,200.00; R. G. Sheppard, 1,500.00; E. L. Skuce, 
1,400.00; B. Smith, 1,258.33; E. W. Smith, 1,233.33; T. A. Stafford, 900.00; W. H. 
St. John, 1,258.33; M. G. Stortz, 1,075.00; W. J. St. Pierre, 1,400.00; D. G. 
Sutherland, 1,258.33; D. O. Sylvester, 1,107.76; T. Taylor, 1,600.00; D. C. 
Thorp, 562.50; D. V. Turville, 1,300.00; G. White, 30.00; N. L. Williams, 
343.75; R. D. Windsor, 2,200.00; A. Wissell, 1,200.00; Public Service Super- 
annuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 187.01 114,880 85 

Toronto, Inspector and Overseer: 

P. Revill, 2,000.00; N. E. H. Sitwell, 1,358.33 3,358 33 

Seasonal Overseers — Pay List, wages of men 3,588 49 

Issuer of Special Export Permits and Collector of Royalties: 

M. Cowan 100 00 

Patrol Boats — Pay List, wages of men 1,287 56 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES D_7 

Enforcement of Act — Continued 
Gasoline and Oil for Sundry Overseers: 

British American Oil Co., Ltd., 6,078.97; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 
4,275.43; Cities Service Oil Co., Ltd., 360.73; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 6,046.81; 
McColl Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 4,215.15; North Star Oil Co., Ltd., 491.55; 
Shell Oil Co., Ltd., 4,804.31; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 625.56; Supertest Petroleum 
Corporation, Ltd., 685.70; Accounts under $100, 178.69 27,762 90 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. W. Allan, 430.51; J. H. Bailey, 421.74; R. Baker, 471.23; G. Beattie, 361.15; 
R. F. Beaudro, 434.88; C. F. Bibby, 346.75; C. E. Binkley, 377.10; H. M. Black- 
lock, 362.12; P. Boudreau, 71.92; A. B. Bower, 576.12; L. M. Bray, 445.60; 
E. A. Brown, 405.39; G. D. Buie, 600.76; J. A. Cecile, 584.64; F. S. Chew, 
467.02; A. H. Clempson, 592.43; W. B. Common, 30.40; Commissioner of Police 
for Ontario, 668.60; C. F. Cook, 530.74; W. Cote, 407.88; V. Crichton, 328.45; 
L. A. Dent, 793.59; E. G. Dillon, 92.37; J. S. Dorland, 31.40; H. S. Dornan, 
509.53; R. H. Eady, 478.64; F. H. Ewing, 512.38; W. Faubert, 404.45; W. H. 
Flynn, 443.27; A. Forster, 204.72; W. A. Fraser, 612.51; D. H. Gauthier, 396.38; 
W. Gerylo, 527.97; N. L. Goldthorp, 504.10; J. P. Grant, 414.74; M. Goulet, 
78.30; A. W. Hanna, 349.23; H. Harris, 433.95; H. C. Haskins, 504.68; W. 
Hawkins, 405.64; P. Headlam, 563.46; L. S. Hemphill, 437.54; W. C. Hoard, 
495.40; A. M. Hodgson, 597.51; M. J. Inwood, 528.38; M. Jensen, 5.15; W. 
Kellar, 375.29; C. W. Knapp, 436.62; F. C. Lamoure, 415.15; O. D. Lewis, 
611.38; C. D. Liddle, 642.99; I. J. Lyons, 382.96: J. Macartnev, 105.00; E. 
MacGillivray, 164.09; N. MacNaughtan, 466.42; D. C. Martin, 353.96; W. J. 
Martyn, 314.05; G. C. Matthews, 402.19; H. McCabe, 546.26; F. B. McKnight, 
370.73; L. A. McLennan, 17.70; E. R. Meadows, 354.88; F. H. Merner, 339.62; 
L. M. Michon, 477.49; A. K. Minaker, 449.87; E. Morley, 499.90; A. R. 
Muma, 400.82; E. T. O'Neill, 532.69; F. C. Oper, 447.01; G. M. Parks, 392.29; 
H. E. Pearson, 547.56; A. E. Pennell, 312.58; C. L. Perrie, 535.65; P. Porter, 
138.47; E. Prosser, 592.08; H. E. Raymond, 337.59; P. Revill, 433.45; J. F. 
Richardson, 531.33; D. S. Ritchie, 482.86; W. Robinson, 686.23; A. J. Rolston, 
533.76; W. H. St. John, 481.61; W. J. St. Pierre, 426.53; L. SanCartier, 150.38; 
W. Scott, 457.80; J. A. Shannon, 427.00; R. G. Sheppard, 562.80; N. E. Sitwell, 
424.30; E. L. Skuce, 477.36; B. Smith, 459.20; E.W.Smith, 391.09; T.A.Stafford, 
398.24; D. G. Sutherland, 469.82; D. O. Sylvester, 425.42; T. Taylor, 463.47; 
D. C. Thorp, 165.70; D. V. Turville, 442.63; J. C. Warren, 90.23; C. S. Windsor, 
23.00; R. D. Windsor, 678.70; A. Wissell, 469.42 41,756 34 

Miscellaneous: 

W. Armitage, 281.92; Chapleau Meat & Grocery, 104.88; Department of Lands 
and Forests, 270.00; J. Fallon, 400.00; Fort William Commercial Chambers, 
480.00; King's Printer, 10,221.23; M. Krezek, 100.00; Moore Bros., 169.22; 
J. Perks, 224.52; Spadoni Bros., 183.02; Stanley Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
308.00; Sundry Persons, witness fees, legal expenses, etc., 277.85; Tip Top 

Tailors, Ltd., 650.90; Cartage, express and freight, 528.09; postage, 284.15; 

telegrams. 66.16; telephone, 208.11; accounts under $100, 2,155.41 16,913 46 



GAME ANIMALS AND BIRDS 

Services and Expenses, etc. ($17,949.05) 

C. E. Brotherston, 1,924.75; W. H. Mound, 15,435.85; S. S. Robinson, 196.11; 

Cartage, express and freight, 95.72 ; accounts under $100, 296.62 17,949 05 

MACDIARMID 
Services, Expenses, Repairs, Maintenance and Equipment ($3,673.20) 

Salaries, Temporary: 

L. Anananakis, 90.00; P. Netamegesic, 540.00 630 00 

Expenses: 

Chercover's Horse Exchange, 172.27; Imperial Oil. Ltd., 101.30; R. P. Mills, 
101.73; Pay List, wages of men, 2,226.44; Thunder Bay Lumber Co., Ltd., 
108.91 ; Accounts under $100, 332.55 3,043 20 



D 8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



BIOLOGICAL AND FISH CULTURE BRANCH 
Salaries ($10,049.04) 



Permanent: 

H. H. MacKay, 3,300.00; A. W. McLeod, 3,000.00; E. H. O'Neil, 1,150.00; 
A. R. St. Louis, 1,150.00; A. B. Young, 700.00; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 20.00 9,320 00 

Temporary : 

K. M. Turner 729 04 

Travelling Expenses ($318.08) 
H. H. MacKay, 18.95; A. W. McLeod, 299.13 318 08 

Maintenance ($367.79) 

King's Printer, 224.64; Telegrams, 56.58; telephone, 76.17 ; accounts under 

$100, 10.40 367 79 

Hatcheries 
Services, Maintenance and Operation ($194,865.06; 

Biological Surveys 2,157 25 

Chatsworth Trout Rearing Station 9,287 04 

Codrington Trout Rearing Station 4,618 55 

Collingwood Hatchery 6,019 44 

Deer Lake Hatchery 5,604 82 

Dorion Trout Rearing Station 14,990 96 

Fort Frances Hatchery 6,172 25 

Glenora Hatchery 10,731 93 

Hill's Lake Hatchery 11,569 97 

Ingersoll Ponds 1,843 02 

Kenora Hatchery 7,769 66 

Kingsville Hatchery 4,981 97 

Little Current Hatchery 5,651 41 

Midhurst Ponds 1,104 87 

Mount Pleasant Hatchery 6,666 25 

Normandale Hatchery and Trout Ponds 9,055 80 

North Bay Trout Rearing Station 5,919 04 

Pembroke Trout Rearing Station 8,035 94 

Port Arthur Hatchery 5,364 56 

Sandfield Ponds 3,169 27 

Sarnia Hatchery 4,519 34 

Sault Ste. Marie Hatchery 7,390 22 

Sault Ste. Marie Trout Rearing Station 14,396 68 

Skeleton Lake Hatchery 3,799 54 

Southampton Hatchery 5,392 45 

White Lake Ponds 2,996 14 

Wiarton Hatchery 7,614 62 

Miscellaneous 13,412 35 

Hatchery Boats and Trucks 4,629 72 

Salaries: 

G. E. Andrews, 1,500.00; J. F. Atkinson, 1,200.00; J. G. Barram, 1,600.00; H. W. 
Bays, 1,400.00; A. K. Beadle, 1,200.00; H. R. Bender, 1,200.00; K. Bingleman, 
1,200.00; C. E. Bongard, 1,200.00; A. B. Brown, 1,400.00; R. G. Carr, 1,200.00; 
H. A. Cheesman, 1,700.00; D. R. Cutts, 1,500.00; J. Gall, 1,800.00; J. Garriock, 
1,300.00; C. Hall, 1,525.00; R. G. Halverson, 1,233.33; C. Hartman, 1,900.00; 

D. Hay, 1,200.00; E. W. Hayes, 626.08; R. Heft, 1,200.00; H. E. Helson, 300.00; , 
W. H. Henderson, 433.32; W. L. Hicks, 1,400.00; D. C. Hill, 750.00; W. Hotch- 
kiss, 1,233.32; H. C. Jackson, 1,400.00; C. D. Kemsley, 1,600.00; C. J.Lindstrom, 
1,100.00; M. L. Loney, 700.00; J. V. Lueck, 466.64; J. D. MacDonald, 1,233.33; 

G. K. Manore, 1,800.00; W. T. Marston, 1,300.00; J. A. Matheson, 1,200.00; 

E. N. McDonald, 1,233.32; J. D. McNee, 1,300.00; A. E. Mouck, 1,300.00; J. Neal, 
1,700.00; J. Oakes, 1,800.00; M. J. Oakes, 1,700.00; W. R. Parker, 1,600.00; 
R. H. Rausch, 793.55; W. C. Sanders, 1,300.00; G. G. Sinclair, 1,200.00; A. M. 
Snider, 1,233.33; S. L. Snider, 900.00; O. J. Souliere, 400.00; N. Steele, 400.00; 
H. C. Tester, 1,800.00; F. O. Thomson, 1,266.67; J. E. Turner, 1,800.00; W. J. H. 
Vanzant, 900.00; V. J. Walker, 1,233.32; A. W. Wallenius, 1,233.33; W. H. R. 
Werner, 1,933.33; G. H. Williams, 1,449.99; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 
Contribution re Enlistments, 228.00 70,705 86 









1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES D^9 

Biological and Fish Culture Branch — Continued 
Hatcheries — Continued 

Gasoline and Oil for Sundry Officials: 

British American Oil Co., Ltd., 1,833.81 ; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 1,076.91 
Good Rich Refining Co., Ltd., 125.66; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 1,809.11; McColl 
Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 1,170.03; North Star Oil Co., Ltd., 260.77; Shell Oil Co. 
of Canada, Ltd., 1,218.48; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 616.35; Supertest Petroleum Cor- 
poration, Ltd., 302.59; Accounts under $100, 111.87 8,525 58 

Travelling Expenses: 

G. E. Andrews, 171.00; C. Armstrong, 62.20; W. F. Archibald, 175.25; J. F. 
Atkinson, 100.69; J. G. Barram, 353.51; H. W. Bays, 421.42; A. K. Beadle, 31.20; 
H. R. Bender, 85.54; K. Bingleman, 64.23; S. Brown, 241.25; R. G. Carr, 69.58; 
H. A. Cheesman, 82.83; A. Cox, 138.96; R. G. Creasor, 119.50; D. R. Cutts, 
135.98; J. Gall, 796.60; J. Garriock, 69.05; G. Groondahl, 29.31; C. Hall, 64.44; 
C. Hartman, 52.96; H. Height, 32.95; W. H. Henderson, 1,011.24; C. F. Hogan, 
69.40; H. C. Jackson, 331.33; H. T. Kelley, 60.55; C. D. Kemsley, 163.97; W. 
Leescn, 104.05; M. L. Loney, 539.82; J. V. Lueck, 54.85; W. A. Lueck, 32.40; 
J. D. MacDonald, 298.33; W. D. Macdonald, 451.14; W. T. Marston, 345.50; 
J. A. Matheson, 189.00; E. N. McDonald, 204.72; J. D. McNee, 110.15; A. E. 
Mouck, 162.75; J. Neal, 121.47; M. J. Oakes, 129.65; J. W. Pringle, 49.50; E.Quinn, 
36.00; R. H. Rausch, 33.75; W. C. Sanders, 65.90; G. G. Sinclair, 137.13; A. M. 
Snider, 30.40; H. C. Tester, 97.80; F. O. Thomson, 85.22; V. J. Walker, 325.16; 

W. H. R. Werner, 172.66; G. H. Williams, 455.52; Accounts under $25, 

414.34 9,582 15 

Miscellaneous: 

N. Anderson, 388.94; Bluebird Groceteria, 410.68; Canada Packers, Ltd., 
39.998.87; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 130.90; Carter Bros., Ltd., 106.31; T. H. 
Cheer, 100.32; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 113.62; Collingwood Public 
Utilities Commission, 419.61; Colliver & Huff, 524.07; D. G. Cooper Co., Ltd., 
456.38; Dalton Fuels, Ltd., 244.10; Department of Highways, 278.78; I. J. 
Downey & Sons, 705.01; Espanola Garage, 175.90; A. T. Fife & Co., 198.43; 
R. S. Fisher Motors, Ltd., 175.81; Food Basket No. 2, 150.51; F. Gerow, 350.00; 
Get Gas Co., 219.84; W. Graham, 134.14; Grandview Flour ,Feed & Coal Co., 
254.75; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 243.77; A. E. Grinrod, 132.35; E. Hammond 
& Son, 161.28; Harris Bros., 132.00; Harpham Bros., 552.17; Harrold & Goetz, 
♦ Ltd., 140.79; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 143.09; W. S. Hill, 127.00; Hood & Cumming 
Motors, Ltd., 192.71; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 607.67; 
Jupp Motor Sales, Ltd., 232.54; Kenora Fish Market, 203.45; Kenora Public 
Utilities, 380.67; Kingsville Coal & Dock Co., Ltd., 228.00; Kingsville Utilities 
Ccmmission, 238.20; King's Printer, 202.94; J. C. Lebleu, 135.89; J. Leckie, Ltd., 
155.03; Lindstrom & Nilson, Ltd., 124.78; J. A. Link, Ltd., 491.29; Macdonald 
Hardware, 213.85; N. McEwen, 200.00; Mcintosh Tire Shop, 216.02; R. McVittie, 
269.43; Milton Francis Lumber Co., Ltd., 258.15; Mitchell's Garage & Service 
Station, 134.50; National Automotive Parts, Ltd., 222.92; North American 
Lumber & Supply Co., Ltd., 219.70; Pay List, wages of men, 31,411.01; N. Penno, 
250.00; Point Edward Hydro-Electric System, 145.48; Port Arthur Public Utilities, 
157.29; Purity Ice, Ltd., 170.80; J. W. Richardson, 170.83; Riverdale Garage, 
Ltd., 429.99; Sault Ste. Marie Utilities Commission, 116.94; Scarfe & Co., Ltd., 
283.90; H. Sims, 135.00; Mrs. J. N. Sisson, 266.18; Southampton Utilities Com- 
mission, 407.47; Sundry Persons, board and lodging, 1,006.69; Sundry Persons, 
fish and fish eggs, 2,504.95; Superior Lumber Co., 362.89; R. Thompson & Sons, 
134.15; Trout Lake Ice Co., 250.25; C. G. Tyson, 206.50; I. Whatley, 400.00; 
Wiartcn Public Utilities Commission, 531.59; Wiarton Sales & Service, 146.17; 

T. S. Woolings, 337.50; Cartage, express and freight, 4,298.80; postage, 

246.63; telegrams, 285.53; telephone, 911.73; accounts under $100, 8,386.04 106,051'47 

Biological and Fish Culture Branch $205,599 97 

Grants ($5,400.00) 

Professor W. Harkness for Fish Culture 500 00 

Jack Miner 1,500 00 

Thomas N. Jones 300 00 

E. L. Marsh 100 00 

Ontario Fur Breeders' Association 2,500 00 

Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters 500 00 



D 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Wolf Bounty ($33,606.62) 
King's Printer, 66.54; Sundry Persons, Bounty, 33,535.48; Express, 4.60 33,606 62 

SPECIAL WARRANT 
Bear Bounty ($3,640.00) 

Sundry Persons .' 3,640 00 

Total Expenditure, Department of Game and 

Fisheries $574,732 49 



PART E 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

FISCAL YEAR, 1942-43 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 
Main Office and Branches: page 

Main Office, Salaries, Maintenance, etc 12 

Grants 13 

County Health Units 13 

Cancer Control 13 

Maternal and Child Hygiene, etc., Branch 14 

Dental Service Branch 15' 

Inspection of Training Schools for Nurses Branch 15 

Epidemiological Branch 16 

Venereal Diseases Branch 17 

Tuberculosis Prevention Branch 18 

Industrial Hygiene Branch 20 

Sanitary Engineering Branch 21 

Laboratory Branch 21 

Laboratory Divisions 23 

Hospitals Branch; 
General Office: 

Salaries, Maintenance, etc 25 

Grants, etc 26 

General Expenses, Ontario Hospitals 27 

Ontario Hospitals: 

Brampton 28 

Brockville 28 

Cobourg 30 

Fort William 31 

Hamilton 32 

Kingston 34 

Langstaff 36 

" Concord Unit 37 

London 38 

New Toronto 40 

Orillia Hospital School 42 

Penetanguishene 44 

Toronto 45 

Whitby 47 

Woodstock 49 

Psychiatric, Toronto 51 

Statutory 52 

Special Warrants 52 

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E 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

Hon. Harold J. Kirby, Minister (Statutory, see page E 52) 
MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($92,096.22) 

Permanent: 

B. T. McGhie Deputy Minister 8,000 00 

F. M. Baldwin, 1,075.00; L. Bates, 758.31; F. G. Beardall, 3,450.00; E. R. Boggis, 
1,500.00; G. E. Budd, 850.00; A. J. Calder, 925:00; A. Clarke, 1,150.00; C. 
Clementi, 233.32; M. G. Cooling, 925.83; B. K. Coulson, 897.98; A. R. Doane, 
1,350.00; J. L. Dover, 75.00; M. G. Dundas, 1,533.33; M. M. Forman, 200.00; 
J. A. Frederick, 1,333.33; M. I. Gardhouse, 900.00; I. Glass, 171.25; W. M. 
Hough, 1,066.64; M. G. Irwin, 499.98; I. A. Kassack, 108.87; M. R. Keay, 
650.00; V. H. Kelley, 533.33; R. A. Kelly, 1,500.00; W. C. Kennedy, 618.75; 
W. A. S. MacDonald, 1,233.33; M. E. Macfie, 1,220.83; V. L. N. Maher, 1,114.58; 
W. B. Marr, 1,350.00; J. McDonald, 850.00; M. C. McDonald, 906.25; M. 
McGernon, 1,600.00; J. I. Miller, 618.75; M. M. Milne, 245.31; E. R. Moffit, 
1,233.33; R. C. Montgomery, 1,626.35; D. L. Moody, 850.00; I. M. Moran, 
893.95; J. G. Morrison, 2,500.00; W. Mosley, 600.00; M. E. Nixon, 412.50; 
N. L. Nuttall, 868.75; M. Oswald, 1,183.33; D. M. Parsons, 570.83; M. H. 
Pearce, 925.00; D. -Perkins, 2,500.00; J. T. Phair, 5,500.00; F. Plews, 1,000.00; 
L. E. J. Plumsteel, 700.00; E. Porte, 1,600.00; M. Power, 2,550.00; O. C. Powers, 
2,625.00; D. M. Prentice, 850.00; H. E. Rapson, 412.50; S. F. Raven, 187.50; 

L. S. Robe, 952.02; F. E. Ross, 1,075.00; M. K. Ross, 1,241.67; A. W. Russell, - 
1,350.00; J. B. Scanlon, 1,833.33; M. I. Sinclair, 906.25; F. E. Staples, 1,025.00; 

G. F. Surphlis, 500.00; M. Taylor, 1,400.00; A. Tumber, 233.32; A. Wood, 
1,700.00; F. H. Wright, 1,500.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Con- 
tribution re Enlistments, 535.94 83,286 54 

Temporary : 

F. M. Bohme, 1,200.00; W. G. Brown, 1,658.56; S. T. Bullock, 213.33; G. M. 
Burns, 403.63; A. R. Doane, 630.65; R. J. Harding, 156.45; D. M. Irwin, 463.63; 
R. A. Kelly, 637.10; W. C. Kennedy, 150.00; J. I. Miller, 206.25; M. E. Nixon, 
224.58; D. M. Parsons, 206.25; L. E. J. Plumsteel, 225.00; G. C. Price, 98.87; 
H. E. Rapson, 146.37; A. J. Sanderson, 123.21; S. A. Shoemaker, 1,599.96; 

A. F. Stroud, 162.71; W. B. Van Alstyne, 200.00; M. E. Wrinch, 103.13 8,809 68 

Travelling Expenses ($2,649.02) 

Hon. H. J. Kirby, 944.90; W. G. Brown, 796.93; Department of Highways, 331.93; 

B. T. McGhie, 200.93; J. T. Phair, 323.13; Accounts under $25, 51.20 2,649 02 

Costs and Expenses of Investigations and Legal Actions; and Maintenance 
Costs and Expenses Incidental to Solicitor's Office ($1,787.84) 

Canada Law List Publishing Co., 46.50; R. Cosgrove, 99.80; J. E. Fagan, 29.10; 
T. W. I. Gibson, 10.80; W. F. McRae, 54.40; Treasurer, District of Manitoulin, 
3.00; Murphy, Lebel & Durdin, 800.00; G. H. Stevenson, 14.30; E. A. Tilley, 
13.45; A. Van Every, 716.49 1,787 84 

Maintenance ($26,642.20) 

Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 110.97; Department of Highways, 
333.95; Grand & Tov, Ltd., 2,657.70; King's Printer, 15,195.26; Liberal-Advo- 
cate, 100.00; National Motors, Ltd., 1,084.63; Office Specialty Manufacturing 

Co., Ltd., 2,286.94; Car tickets, 50.00; cartage, express and freight, 50.84; 

newspapers, books and periodicals, 1,945.92; telegrams, 448.91; telephone, 

1,323.33; accounts under $100, 1,053.75 26,642 20 

Compensation, Medical, Hospital and other Accounts for Workmen Injured 
in Government Work as Awarded by the Workmen's Compensation Board 
including Proportion of Administration Expenses ($1,032.00) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 1,032 00 

Cost of Living Bonus ($43,236.90) 

Sundry Employees 43,236 90 



1942-43 



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Main Office — Continued 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($87.89) 

Postmaster, stamps purchased, 268.80; Less refund of Employees' contribution, 

180.91 87 89 

Grants 

Connaught Laboratories 15,250 00 

Ontario Society for Crippled Children 6,000 00 

St. John Ambulance Association 2,000 00 

Victorian Order of Nurses 3,500 00 

To Assist in the Maintenance and Operation of Cancer Clinics ($25,500.00) 

Ottawa Civic Hospital 8,000 00 

Ottawa General Hospital 4,500 00 

Hamilton General Hospital 8,000 00 

Metropolitan Hospital, Windsor 5,000 00 

County Health Units, under Public Health Act, Section 35 and for 
Special Training of Health Officers 

School of Hygiene ($5,000.00) 

University of Toronto, grant 5,000 00 



Maintenance and Other Expenses, including Honoraria for Travelling and Other 
Incidental Expenses of Health Officers taking Instruction ($18,837.18) 

Salaries, Temporary: 

J. R. J. Card, 600.00; A. J. Carlson, 600.00; J. K. Curtis, 600.00; G. E. Moodie, 
1,451.61; R. K. Pequegnat, 600.00; O. C. Powers, 600.00; D. S. Puffer, 200.00. . 

Miscellaneous: 

Board of Health, Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 16,121.43; 
Canadian Public Health Association. 162.00; Commonwealth Fund, 150.00; 
R. J. Dolan, 60.00; H. R. Lindsay, 60.00; H. G. Miller, 60.00; G. E. Moody, 
60.00; H. Pennock, 100.00; J. M. Pollock, 60.00; A. J. Skelly, 60.00; W. W. 

D. Williams, 60.00; -Customs, 1.50 16,954 93 

Less: Contribution from Rockefeller Foundation 2,769 36 



4,651 61 



14.185 57 



Cancer Control 

Salaries ($2,791.40) 

Permanent : 

A. Abbott 1,591 40 

Temporary: 

L. C. Brandon 1,200 00 

Services, Travelling and Other Maintenance Expenses and Operation 
of Radium Emanation Plant ($1,091.68) 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. J. Cunningham 12 05 

Miscellaneous: 

R. H. Chappell, 200.00; Johnson, Matthey & Co. (Canada), Ltd., 715.93; 

Accounts under $100, 163.70 1,079 63 



Expenses under Cancer Remedy Act, 1938 
Commissioners' Honoraria ($5,200.00) 

Hon. Mr. Justice Gillanders, chairman, 1,000.00; T. H. Callahan, 700.00; E. A. 
Collins, 700.00; W. J. Deadman, 700.00; R. E. Valin, 700.00; R. C. Wallace, 
700.00; G. S. Young, 700.00 



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E 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Cancer Control — Continued 
Cancer Remedy Act — Continued 

Salaries ($18,725.03) 
Permanent: 

B. E. S. Baycroft, 1,425.00; E. C. Beck, 1,500.00; R. S. Bull, 2,400.00; A. M. 
Mason, 843.75; J. H. Matier, 450.00; M. J. McDonald, 643.75; F. L. Sabiston, 
1,200.00; D. W. Taylor, 1,075.00; J. M. Welsh, 562.50; Public Service Super- 
annuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 39.00 10,139 00 

Temporary: 

E. C. Beck, 750.00; R. T. Campbell, 900.00; E. P. Johns, 3,500.00; A. M. Mason, 
136.09; J. H. Matier, 277.50; M. J. McDonald, 93.15; E. L. McQuaig, 925.00; 
J. H. Orr, 1,166.62; J. M. Welsh, 350.00; L. H. Williams, 200.00; D. S. Willoughby, 
287.67 8,586 03 

Travelling Expenses ($758.31) 

E. C. Beck, 77.85; P. Brodeur, 42.16; E. P. Johns, 164.70; A. B. Lamb, 273.95; 

A. M. Mason, 31.70; J. H. Orr, 31.10; R. E. Valin, 54.10; R. C. Wallace, 41.50; 

Accounts under $25, 41.25 758 31 

Maintenance ($6,329.22) 

R. S. Bull, 240.00; Canadian Industrial Alcohol Co., Ltd., 498.67; Canadian Labora- 
tory Supplies, Ltd., 164.91; Commercial Photoprints, Ltd., 182.71; Frigidaire 
Products, Canada, Ltd., 520.29; King's Printer, 682.41; Laboratory Branch, 
Department of Health, 1,958.25; A. G. Newall & Co., 241.75; Sundry Doctors, 

blood samples and cancer tissue, 490.00; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 208.45; 

Cartage, express and freight, 105.34; postage, 156.19; telephone, 79.78; accounts 

under $100, 800.47 6,329 22 

Grant ($12,000.00) 

Hendry-Connell Research Foundation 12,000 00 

Main Office $290,514 89 

MATERNAL AND CHILD HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING BRANCH 

Salaries ($22,737.08) 
Permanent: 

R. Hally, 1,500.00; R. W. Hinchcliffe, 656.25; N. E. Howey, 1,600.00; B. E. 
Johnson, 1,533.33; E. L. Kiteley, 2,550.00; O. A. Lefler, 900.11; M. H. Lunn, 
1,500.00; M. L. Marshall, 450.00; E. L. Moore, 2,550.00; L. K. Nichols, 1,391.67; 
K. E. Osborne, 1,500.00; H. G. Pennock, 1,533.33; H. E. Smith, 1,500.00; E. M. 
Squires, 1,533.33; L. W. Vrooman, 1,500.00; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 56.00 22,254 02 

Temporary: 

H. B. Gardner, 304.03; M. L. Marshall, 179.03 483 06 

Travelling Expenses ($5,494.57) 

H. B. Gardner, 122.76; R. Hally, 354.89; N. E. Howey, 1,092.15; B. E. Johnson, 
982.10; E. L. Kiteley, 280.41; O. A. Lefler, 254.15; E. L. Moore, 316.97; K. E. 
Osborne, 618.11; H. G. Pennock, 391.12; M. Power, 29.35; H. E. Smith, 392.63; 
E. M. Squires, 612.07; Accounts under $25, 47.86 5,494 57 

Maintenance ($544.87) 

King's Printer, 218.06; Cartage, express and freight, 40.87; postage, 34.35; 

Accounts under $100, 251.59 544 87 

Special Post -Graduate Training of Nurses in Infant Hygiene, 
Maintenance ($2,700.00) 

Sundry Nurses 2,700 00 

Maternal and Child Hygiene and Public Health Nursing 

Branch $31,476 52 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 15 

DENTAL SERVICE BRANCH 

Salaries ($6,434.83) 
Permanent: 

M. C. Darroch, 1,275.00; H. J. Hodgins, 2,533.33; Public Service Superannuation 

Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 114.00 3,922 33 

Temporary: 

F. K. Switzer 2,512 50 

Travelling Expenses ($558.04) 
D. J. Berry, 19.75; H. J. Hodgins, 538.29 558 04 

Maintenance ($1,061.78) 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 222.44; Denco (Ontario), Ltd., 337.03; King's Printer, 

306.81; Accounts under $100, 195.50 1,061 78 

Grants for School Dental Services ($4,615.70) 

Boards of Health: 

Cities, Towns and Villages: 

Fort Frances, 31.45; Gait, 74.00; Guelph, 306.00; Hespeler, 49.50; Lucknow, ' 

67.05; Orillia, 237.27; Ottawa, 92.55; Peterborough, 192.00; St. Catharines, 

645.89; Stamford 60.00; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 107.10; Swansea, 

40.00; Tecumseh, 90.00; Timmins, 231.60; Weston, 25.00; Woodstock, 97.67 2,347 08 

Townships: 

Elma and Mornington, 40.50; Georgina, 49.50; King, 57.90; Medonte, 28.50; 
Nelson, 10.87; Orillia, 176.47; Russell, 18.08; Stamford, 66.00; York North, 
631.52 1,079 34 

School Boards and Boards of Education: 

Lebel, 90.00; Mimico Board of Education, 179.98; Mimico Separate School 

Board, 19.99; Ottawa, 120.26; Peterborough, 767.05; Thornton, 12.00 1,189 28 

Dental Service Branch $12,670 35 

INSPECTION OF TRAINING SCHOOLS FOR NURSES BRANCH 

Salaries ($10,617.21) 

Permanent: 

H. Bennett, 1,866.67; I. H. Bray, 1,500.00; A. M. Mason, 1,233.33; A. M. Munn, 
2,850.00; F. A. R. Robertson, 1,068.75; P. C. Routley, 177.50; B. J. Vandewater, 
1,050.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 
72.00 9,818 25 

Temporary: 

M. A. Howlett 798 96 

Services, Examination Board ($2,806.65) 

L. Ashton, 118.80; H. Babcock, 29.70; P. C. Bluett, 168.30; F. Campion, 94.05; 
W. L. Chute, 123.75; E. Clark, 504.00; F. Kuboda, 118.80; L. Lambe, 158.40; 
F. MacLellan, 168.30; H. McCallum, 168.30; B. McKerracher, 163.35; R. Pearse, 
27.30; F. Quigley, 118.80; Sr. M. Sheila, 272.25; M. Simpson, 77.55; M. Thomson, 
94.05; G. Watson, 148.50; M. Winter, 123.75; J. Young, 128.70 2,806 65 

Travelling Expenses ($1,832.30) 

G. N. Bennett, 128.05; H. Bennett, 1,172.10; P. Campbell, 139.05; E. M. Leeson, 

31.30; A. M. Munn, 100.00; Sr. M. Sheila, 97.25; J. E. Young, 45.75; Accounts 

under $25, 118.80 1,832 30 

Maintenance ($2,075.95) 

King's Printer, 1,294.98; W. B. Marr, 290.82; A. E. Venables, 323.75; Cartage, 

express and freight, 78.38; accounts under $100, 88.02 2,075 95 

Inspection of Training Schools for Nurses Branch $17,332 11 



E 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



EPIDEMIOLOGICAL BRANCH 

Salaries ($12,449.90) 

Permanent: 

B. J. Flynn, 406.25; R. P. Hardman, 3,933.33; S. Hindley, 1,333.33; B. D. M. 
Laidlaw, 525.00; M. I. McGarry, 1,150.00; A. M. Robinson, 950.00; W. N. 
Turpel, 3,000.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlist- 
ment, 152.00 11,449 91 

Temporary: 

W. N. Turpel 999 99 

Travelling Expenses ($1,035.50; 

W. G. Brown, 115.60; Department of Highways, 52.30; R. P. Hardman, 281.20; 
R. A. Kelly, 38.96; E. Needham, 2.48; O. C. Powers, 245.09; W. N. Turpel, 
299.87 1,035 50 



Outbreaks of Diseases, Sanitary Investigations, Control of Typhoid and Paratyphoid 
Fever, including Compensation for Carriers, Health Education, Free Distribu- 
tion of Biological Products for the Prevention and Cure of Diseases, 
Services and Expenses ($210,004.42) 

Travelling Expenses: 

A. A. Bailey, 40.60; M. E. Blackwood, 234.59; Canadian National Railways, 
63.43; W. M. Cooke, 32.60; E. G. Ferguson, 31.90; W. H. Gardiner, 48.28; 
P. K. Henderson, 350.11; M. E. Hutchison, 135.55; E. Ironside, 262.59; M. L. 
Leighton, 83.55; B. McKerracher, 32.85; W. M. McKinnon, 84.25; J. C. Mickle, 

275.44; E. Needham, 201.56; M. E. Russell, 293.63; J. N. Senn, 78.15; 

Accounts under $25, 242.99 2,492 07 

Medical, Nursing and Respirator Services: 

Belleville General Hospital, 100.65; M. E. Blackwood, 138.39; Board of Health, 
Port Arthur, 2,420.20; Canadian Red Cross Society, 840.00; G. S. Cook, 100.00; 
Dingwall & Morrison, 1,130.34; F. O. Dixon, 167.00; E. L. Empey, 212.00; 
Fort William Isolation Hospital, 220.95; W. J. Gardiner, 800.00; Hamilton 
General Hospital, 1,436.83; Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, 8,056.78; 
M. E. Hutchison, 125.81; Kingston General Hospital, 831.00; McKellar General 
Hospital, 102.00; W. M. McLaren, 130.01; Ottawa Civic Hospital, 549.00; 
D. S. Pugh, 110.00; Riverdale Isolation Hospital, 840.20; St. Catharines General 
Hospital, 272.60; Strathcona Hospital, Ottawa, 2,064.00; City of Toronto, 
946.00; Toronto General Hospital, 3,204.70; Victoria Hospital, London, 8,376.85; 
Accounts under $100, 390.79 33,566 10 

Purchase of Anti-toxins, etc. : 

Connaught Laboratories, 154,554.23; Sundry Doctors, toxoid inoculations 

and vaccinations, 19,643.91 174,198 14 

Miscellaneous: 

Sundry Persons, compensation for carriers, 840.00; Cartage, express and 

freight, 40.71; accounts under $100, 102.50 983 21 

Total $211,239 52 

Less: Insulin supplied Ontario Hospitals 1,235 10 

$210,004 42 
Maintenance ($4,964.74) 

Connaught Laboratories, 2,587.80; King's Printer, 1,001.35; Mills & Hadwin, 

Ltd., 1,156.00; Accounts under $100, 219.59 4,964 74 

Epidemiological Branch $228,454 56 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 17 









VENEREAL DISEASES BRANCH 

Salaries ($36,361.34) 

Permanent: 

L. Bates, 575.02; A. J. Bromley, 1,500.00; M. W. S. Campbell, 1,741.67; E. H. 
Carey, 1,266.67; V. P. Carson, 100.00; D. M. A. Chaput, 864.36; M. J. Doyle, 
1,266.67; G. E. Evens, 900.00; B. J. Flynn, 568.75; E. R. Galloway, 50.00; 
N. F. W. Graham, 500.00; D. M. Hambly, 300.00; K. M. Haney, 966.67; V. H. 
Kelley, 700.00; L. M. McCallum, 966.67; A. J. McClure, 375.00; J. E. McClure, 
593.75; W. L. Mcintosh, 850.96; E. E. Morrow, 966.67; M. O'Connor, 319.36; 
M. R. Sicotte, 854.84; S. Simpson, 474.19; F. J. Wager, 1,266.67; C. B. Waite, 
500.00; C. E. J. Wilson, 600.00; M. J. Woodhouse, 966.67; M. E. Young, 1,266.67; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 268.00. . . . 21,569 26 

Temporary: 

W. H. Avery, 3,999.96; A. Baggs, 253.33; H. M. Bothwell, 34.95; M. E. Brick, 
6.45; V. P. Carson, 300.00; G. E. V. Cavill, 561.29; D. M. A. Chaput, 300.00; 
G. Clemens, 338.71; D. M. Cooper, 966.64; R. G. Desjardins, 77.42; E. R. 
Galloway, 306.67; D. M. Gibson, 445.16; G. M. Haggerty, 1,87.50; K. M. Haney, 
300.00; E. M. Hurry, 8.33; V. P. Lewis, 400.00; M. L. Limage, 327.71; A. E. 
Mace, 290.32; L. M. McCallum, 300.00; A. J. McClure, 700.00; A. H. Mc- 
Quarrie, 245.05; E. E. Morrow, 300.00; G. Munro, 322.58; R. M. Pereira, 990.00; 
E. M. Quin, 470.00; L. E. Risebrough, 1,266.64; K. M. Sanderson, 171.43; 
M. R. Sicotte, 300.00; L. M. Van Order, 341.94; M. J. Woodhouse, 280.00; . . 14,792 08 

Travelling Expenses ($2,350.78) 

W. H. Avery, 766.75; A. J. Bromley, 527.05; M. W. S. Campbell, 429.75; E. H. 
Carey, 153.55; G. E. V. Cavill, 25.00; L. M. McCallum, 54.16; E. E. Morrow, 

63.35; C. E. J. Wilson, 28.85; M. J. Woodhouse, 29.55; M. E. Young, 195.04; 

Accounts under $25, 77.73 2,350 78 

Maintenance, Services and Expenses, Treatment of Patients in Hospitals 
and Venereal Disease Clinics ($98,343.85) 
Hospitals: 

Brantford, General, 327.75; Hamilton, General, 3,291.25; Kitchener- Waterloo, 
430.75; Kingston, General, 1,065.00; McKellar, Fort William, 1,253.20; Metro- 
politan General, Windsor, 290.60; St. Catharines, General, 1,100.25; St. Joseph's, 
Sudbury, 222.00; Toronto, East General, 614.25; Toronto, General, 6,306.75; 
Toronto, Hospital for Sick Children, 955.75; Toronto, St. Michael's, 5,343.75; 
Toronto, Western, 4,676.00; Toronto, Women's College, 1,362.00 ; Victoria 
Memorial, London, 1,748.90 28,988 20 

Local Boards of Health: 

Ottawa, 3,224.50; Owen Sound, 271.75; Sudbury, 2,133.75; Timmins, 941.25; 

Windsor, 3,069.00 9,640 25 

Municipalities: 

Sundry Municipalities, treatment of indigents 28,798 97 

Miscellaneous: 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., 358.44; Fairbanks Lumber & Coal Co., 
Ltd., 186.45; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 171.65; King's Printer, 1,226.98; C. Lee, 
123.19; Manchester Paper Boxes, Ltd., 420.89; Masco Co., Ltd., 185.85; Merck 
& Co., Ltd., 4,783.06; Parke, Davis & Co., 16,147.08; Richards Glass Co., Ltd., 
2,410.17; Ridout & Maybee, 120.00; Rougier Freres, 367.29; Simpson Planing 
Mill Co., Ltd., 537.10; Telfer Paper Box Co., Ltd., 140.06; Victor X-Ray Cor- 
poration (Canada), Ltd., 139.10; Winthrop Chemical Co., Inc., 2,981.00; 

Cartage, express and freight, 36.70; accounts under $100, 581.42 30,916 43 

Grants, Operation of Clinics, etc. ($30,162.89) 

Hospitals: 

Brantford, General, 1,000.00; Hamilton, General, 2,071.99; Kingston, General, 
1,250.00; London, Victoria, 1,750.00; St. Catharines, General, 1,000.00; Toronto, 
East General, 1,000.00; Toronto, General, 2,950.00; Toronto, Hospital for 
Sick Children, 1,400.00; Toronto, St. Michael's, 2,467.79; Toronto, Western, 
2,716.66; Toronto, Women's College, 1,400.00 19,006 44 



E 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Local Boards of Health: 



Venereal Diseases Branch — Continued 
Grants, Operation of Clinics, etc. — Continued 



Kitchener, 1,000.00; Ottawa, 1,550.00; Owen Sound, 1,000.00; Peterborough, 
500.00; Port Arthur, 1,250.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 500.00; Sudbury, 1,706.45; 
Timmins, 2,000.00; Windsor, 1,650.00 11,156 45 

Venereal Diseases Branch $167,218 86 



TUBERCULOSIS PREVENTION BRANCH 

Salaries ($27,531.46) 
Permanent: 

W. Belshaw, 250.00; I. A. Bond, 325.00; G. C. Brink, 5,000.00; J. A. Finnegan, 
979.17; A. Forsberg, 2,383.33; N. E. Hewer, 893.75; I. A. MacRae, 70.77; E. J. 
O'Brien, 1,925.00; A. F. Poole, 1,433.33; K. M. Shorey, 4,133.33; L. E. Smith, 
1,025.00; A. P. Turner, 1,000.00; G. E. Turner, 1,483.33; C. A. Wicks, 422.22; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 253.34. . . . 21,577 57 

Temporary : 

W. Belshaw, 375.00; M. Boal, 22.18; M. M. Etwell, 251.87; A. Forsberg, 750.00; 
S. A. Holling, 2,604.84; C. D. R. McLennan, 700.00; M. R. Roberts, 950.00; 
L. E. Smith, 300.00 5,953 89 

Travelling Expenses ($4,380.91) 

W. Belshaw, 25.90; G. C. Brink, 750.66; Department of Highways, 38.90; A. Fors- 
berg, 615.99; S. A. Holling, 54.31; G. S. Jeffrey, 65.80; O. A. Lefler, 67.30; C. D. 
R. McLennan, 160.65; E. J. O'Brien, 800.35; K. M. Shorey, 33.83; L. E. Smith, 
708.05; G. E. Turner, 838.07; C. G. Winton, 32.25; D. Wise, 188.85 4,380 91 

Maintenance ($29,730.55) 

Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 4,680.78; Canada Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., 
138.57; Cottage Hospital, 117.00; Department of Public Works, 111.70; East- 
man Photographic Stores, Ltd., 5,585.79; Ferranti Electric, Ltd., 4,120.00; 
G. A. German, Ltd., 140.00; King's Printer, 1,706.71; National Cellulose of 
Canada, Ltd., 746.67; National Motors, Ltd., 1,162.80; Romeyn & Co., Ltd., 

192.08; Victor X-Ray Corporation of Canada, Ltd., 9,949.08; Cartage, 

express and freight, 434.64; accounts under $100, 644.73 29,730 55 

Tuberculosis Prevention Extension ($91,703.45) 

Transportation of Indigents: 

Sundry Persons 3,29 195 

Burial of Indigents: 

Sundry Persons 476 00 

Establishment and Maintenance: — Pneumothorax Centres: 

Honoraria— O. W. Anderson, 100.00; J. A. Brown, 107.00; J. R. McAvoy, 50.00; 

Queen Alexandra Sanatorium, 210.00 467 00 

Reimbursement for Refills: 

Sundry Physicians and Clinics, 4,644.50; Sundry Municipalities, 68,590.30 73,234 80 

Board and Lodging, etc.: 

Sundry Persons, board and lodging, 13,250.73; clothing, 585.66 13,836 39 

Special Examinations: 

Sundry Persons, fees and transportation 397 31 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E_19 

Tuberculosis Prevention Branch — Continued 
Ottawa Unit 

Salaries ($4,646.96) 

Permanent: 

S. Laurin, 975.00; D. McCallum 3,338.71; G. E. Ross, 93.75; Public Service 
Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 52.00 4,459 46 

Temporary: 

G. E. Ross 187 50 

Travelling Expenses ($819.09) 

S. Laurin, 2.25; D. McCallum, 556.74; G. E. Ross, 81.25; C. G. Winton, 178.85 ... 819 09 

Maintenance ($2,377.53) 

F. W. Argue, Ltd., 146.15; Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 313.65; Canadian 
Industries, Ltd., 293.34; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 466.86; S. Lee, 
600.00; Cartage, express and freight, 115.34; postage, 41.05; telephone, 

69.50; accounts under $100, 331.64 2,377 53 

Belleville Unit 

Salaries ($5,914.64) 
Permanent: 

G. G. Brearley, 3,633.33; M. M. Shepherd, 643.75; D. R. Wise, 1,358.60 5,635 68 

Temporary: 

F. L. M. Monk, 75.00; M. M. Shepherd, 203.96 278 96 

Travelling Expenses ($1,038.94) 

G. G. Brearley, 642.72; C. D. R. McLennan, 147.50; D. R. Wise, 248.72 1,038 94 

Maintenance ($3,316.94) 

Belleville General Hospital, 720.00; Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 237.10; 

Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 1,924.95; Cartage, express and freight, 

133.83; postage, 96.00; telephone, 75.80; accounts under $100, 129.26 3,316 94 

North Bay Unit 

Salaries ($2,275.00) 

Permanent : 

J. J. Burke, 1,025.00; M. A. E. Lariviere, 950.00 1,975 00 

Temporary: 

J. J. Burke 300 00 

Travelling Expenses ($979.74) 
J. J. Burke, 955.29; M. A. E. Lariviere, 24.45 979 74 

Maintenance ($3,608.76) 

Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 428.00; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 2,152.80; 

J. J. Saya, 219.75; Cartage, express and freight, 368.17; postage, 70.00; 

telephone, 62.87; accounts under $100, 307.17 3,608 76 

Timmins Unit 

Salaries ($3,672.92) 
Permanent: * 

G. B. Lane, 1,500.00; A. T. Mulcahy, 925.00; C. G. Winton, 891.67 3,316 67 

7— P. A. 



E20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Tuberculosis Prevention Branch — Continued 

Timmins Unit — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 
Temporary: 

G. E. Ross, 93.75; C. G. Winton, 262.50 '. 356 25 

Travelling Expenses ($660.72) 

G. B. Lane, 105.73; G. E. Ross, 5.65; C. G. Winton, 549.34 660 72 

Maintenance ($4,282.00) 

Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 365.80; F. Byck & Son, 254.98; Canadian 
Industries, Ltd., 1,542.70; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 297.81; S. Ellies, 

660.00; J. Roy, 240.00; Cartage, express and freight, 255.40; postage, 115.32; 

telegrams, 32.38; telephone, 100.87; accounts under $100, 416.74 4,282 00 

Fort William Unit 

Salaries ($2,358.00) 
Permanent : 

J. C. McReynolds, 1,025.00; C. O'Brien, 925.00; Public Service Superannuation 

Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 108.00 2,058 00 

Temporary: 

J. C. McReynolds 300 00 

Travelling Expenses ($728.39) 

J. C. McReynolds 728 39 

Maintenance ($4,394.01) 

Anglo-Canadian Associates, Ltd., 660.00; Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 480.24; 

Canadian Industries, Ltd., 2,257.81; G. Winter, 120.00; Cartage, express 

and freight, 330.15; postage, 38.50; telephone, 64.25; accounts under $100, 443.06. 4,394 01 

Tuberculosis Prevention Branch $194,420 01 

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE BRANCH 

Salaries ($59,289.83) 

Permanent : 

W. H. H. Bishop, 1,300.00; K. C. Bricker, 1,500.00; C. G. Cameron, 209.46; 
W. H. Cruickshank, 3,833.33; J. G. Cunningham, 4,733.33; R. G. Elson, 2,566.67; 
J. A. Graham, 618.75; R. W. Harper, 367.50; C. M. Jephcott, 2,475.00; J. H. 
Johnston, 1,650.00; G. M. Jose, 1,400.00; N. R. Laxton, 1,500.00; R. B. McCauley, 
2,200.00; A. L. McDowell, 595.15; H. Mclntyre, 2,200.00; D. S. McKee, 2,850.00; 
D. E. Moore, 1,499.94; G. M. Parker, 2,350.00; G. H. Powell, 1,500.00; S. J. 
Pye, 222.58; J. Richardson, 2,200.00; A. R. Riddell, 4,400.00; H. E. Rothwell, 
2,875.00; K. L. Spereman, 1,433.33; G. Williams, 1,458.33; C. H. Wilson, 2,266.67; 

F. L. Wilson, 462.50; M. H. Wilton, 1,433.33; Public Service Superannuation 

Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 260.06 •. 52,360 93 

Temporary: 

G. G. Deyell, 400.00; R. G. Elson, 699.99; O. S. Fyfe, 1,127.73; J. A. Graham, 
205.10; R. W. Harper, 262.50; W. H. Howard, 90.32; J. H. Johnston, 549.99; 
J. W. Lague, 690.00; N. R. Laxton, 311.81; H. MacDonald, 521.48; A. L. Mc- 
Dowell, 370.00; G. M. Parker, 750.00; G. H. Powell, 499.98; S. J. Pye, 450.00. . 6,928 90 

Travelling Expenses ($12,253.87) 

W. H. H. Bishop, 61.75; K. C. Bricker, 762.22; W. H. Cruickshank, 691.46; J. G. 
Cunningham, 719.40; Department of Highways, 62.51; G. G. Deyell, 143.86; 
R. G. Elson, 635.23; O. S. F V fe, 64.25; R. W. Harper, 296.62; C. M. Jephcott, 
56.30; J. H. Johnston, 172.76; J. W. Lague, 72.30; N. R. Laxton, 1,055.08; H. Mac- 
Donald, 448.57; R. B. McCauley, 664.16; N. A. McCormick, 26.90; A. L. Mc- 



1942-43 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E21 



M 



Industrial Hygiene Branch — Continued 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

Dowell, 310.86; H. Mclntyre, 941.05; D. S. McKee, 904.46; D. E. Moore, 629.76; 
G. M. Parker, 1,006.52; G. H. Powell, 810.62; S. J. Pye, 284.90; J. Richardson, 

914.15; A. R. Riddell, 186.91; H. E. Rothwell, 35.00; C. H. Wilson, 201.15; 

Accounts under $25, 95.12 12,253 87 

Maintenance ($9,850.68) 

Ade, 150.00; Agfa-Ansco, Ltd., 153.40; M. E. Bayles, 165.30; Burke Electric 
& X-Ray Co., Ltd., 1,095.79; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 127.56; 
Department of Highways, 291.85; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 1,062.87; 
Ferranti Electric, Ltd., 2,015.03; G. A. German, Ltd., 120.00; King's Printer, 
818.11; D. Korman, 300.00; E. McLeod, 150.00; McLeod Garage, Ltd., 160.00; 

Mills & Hadwin, Ltd., 1,167.33; M. Rivers, 180.00; N. Wilson, 120.00; 

Cartage, express and freight, 149.67; postage, 176.53; telephone, 177.65; accounts 

under $100, 1,269.59 9,850 68 

Industrial Hygiene Branch $81,394 38 



Permanent: 



SANITARY ENGINEERING BRANCH 
Salaries ($30,911.00) 



O. V. Ball, 2,800.00; A. E. Berry, 4,733.33; G. A. H. Burn, 2,850.00; A. T. Byram, 
2,650.00; A. V. DeLaporte, 3,400.00; J. G. Duncan, 2,166.67; G. M. Galimberti, 
2,400.00; E. W. Johnston, 2,800.00; E. R. Little, 900.00; P. E. McLean, 925.00; 
M. G. McMillan, 1,183.33; D. O'Neill, 1,025.00; L. Ridgway, 750.00; H. G. 
Tyler, 1,900.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlist- 
ment, 76.00 30,559 33 



Temporary : 

R. Cameron, 133.93; M. L. Dalziel, 217.74, 



351 67 



Travelling Expenses ($7,053.97) 

O. V. Ball, 618.67; A. E. Berry, 585.56; G. A. H. Burn, 801.84; A. T. Byram, 1,127.99; 
A. J. Carlson, 32.20; J. K. Curtis, 18.00; A. V. DeLaporte, 206.51; Department 
of Highways, 37.50; J. G. Duncan, 133.23; G. M. Galimberti, 859.70; E. W. 
Johnston, 1,309.60; R. K. Pequegnat, 30.45; H. G. Tyler, 1,292.72 



7,053 97 



Maintenance ($1,890.08) 

King's Printer, 155.54; Mills & Hadwin, Ltd., 1,156.00;- 
freight, 47.36; accounts under $100, 531.18 



-Cartage, express and 



Sanitary Engineering Branch $39,855 05 



LABORATORY BRANCH 



1,890 08 



Permanent: 



Salaries ($137,987.69) 



H. H. Ackerman, 1,000.00; R. E. Bailey, 237.30; F. C. Baker, 900.00; L. J 
Ball, 1,183.33; D. A. Barnum, 1,633.33; E. L. Barton, 2,658.33; D. M. Belbin 
1,175.00; J. W. Bell, 3,300.00; A. R. Bonham, 3,600.00; B. Bowman, 668.75 
L. M. Brydson, 1,600.00; J. R. Buchanan, 1,433.33; L. A. Campbell, 499.98 
J. Carpenter, 643.75; B. Clark, 1,208.33; J. Cogle, 1,216.67; M. A. Cohen 
787.50; H. E. Conway, 324.99; M. L. Corriveau, 377.42; M. Cosens, 1,780.65 
S. A. Creighton, 1,514.78; V. Crossley, 2,200.00; J. H. Deacon, 387.90; H. E 
Devereux, 875.00; E. F. Donald, 475.00; D. Dow, 1,600.00; R. C. Duthie, 668.75 
J. E. Fasken, 3,000.00; M. E. Ferguson, 1,050.00; T. H. Fishwick, 1,333.33 
M. M. Flynn, 668.75; M. Forrest, 691.34; P. I. Foster, 440.63; J. K. Galbraith 
587.50; E. Gardner, 499.55; E. Goodhue, 1,162.50; S. L. Grigg, 756.25; M 
Hannah, 850.00; G. C. Harper, 1,200.00; M. Harper, 618.75; M. J. Harrison 
1,011.15; W. G. Hawke, 613.13; M. E. Henry, 137.50; D. G. Hermitage, 781.25 
J. G. Hosie, 1,050.00; M. F. Howie, 600.00; R. I. Hughes, 1,566.67; A. I. Humph- 
rey, 868.75; M. E. Hunter, 643.75; B. L. Jermyn, 828.47; E. J. Jewell, 1,700.00 



E22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Permanent — Continued 



Laboratory Branch — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 



M. R. Johnstone, 187.50; E. A. K. Kane, 471.53; A. F. Kennedy, 727.74; H. G. 
Killham, 1,700.00; E. M. Killough, 1,466.67; N. A. Labzoffsky, 637.50; L. A. 
Lancashire, 618.75; L. A. Landrigan, 1,125.00; M. E. Loates, 375.00; M. A. 
MacDonald, 868.75; A. L. MacNabb, 4,866.67; W. B. McClure, 3,800.00; 
M. K. McGonnell, 412.50; P. J. Mewhinney, 1,050.00; A. M. Millar, 1,566.67; 
J. E. Millsap, 1,600.00; G. E. Milne, 643.75; J. E. Moher, 1,400.00; F. T. Murphy, 
1,833.33; M. C. Nixon, 1,566.67; T. E. Noble, 950.00; M. C. Paton, 1,133.28; 
S. F. Penny, 855.99; F. G. Peters, 1,300.00; W. Pratt 1,918.63; T. R. Ransom, 
1,014.72; F. R. Roughley, 1,275.00; R. Schiff, 1,150.00; S. R. Seaman, 1,075.00; 
F. H. Sherlock-Hubbard, 225.00; A. J. Sinclair, 618.75; D. B. Singer, 787.50; 
P. E. Smith, 206.25; R. F. Smith, 116.66; M. C. Spoffard, 233.39; I. S. Stephen, 
1,300.00; T. M. Sullivan, 1,233.33; M. C. Swanson, 562.50; R. Tarbet, 225.00; 
B. Thompson, 875.00; J. E. Trumphour, 643.75; E. F. Underwood, 406.25; 
M. D. Ward, 1,600.00; F. L. Wilson, 206.25; M. H. Wise, 900.00; C. G. Wray, 
966.64; M. H. Wright, 1,600.00; D. Young, 1,125.00; Public Service Super- 
annuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 394.01 108,425 29 

Temporary: 

E. K. Albertson, 93.75; R. E. Bailey, 206.25; J. C. Baldwin, 516.15; D. A. Barnum, 
499.98; E. L. Barton, 874.98; B. M. Beattie, 262.50; E. J. Beattie, 127.74; J. S. 
Bell, 57.50; M Bell, 1,050.00; B. Bowman, 206.25; J. C. Brown, 1,999.92; M. B. 
Caldwell, 772.38; C. G. Cameron, 192.50; L. A. Campbell, 499.98; J. Carpenter, 
104.26; J. Cawthorpe, 37.50; M. A. Cohen, 262.50; S. A. Creighton, 865.58; R. F. 
Curry, 1,283.26; M. Cuthbertson, 800.00; E. E. Davidson, 281.25; R.J. Delaney, 
359.48; E. F. Denison, 233.27; M. C. Dinberg, 503.57; G. M. Dolese, 925.00; 

E. F. Donald, 247.50; G. C. Dowd, 115.00; R. C. Duthie, 202.92; M. M. Flynn, 
206.25; P. I. Foster, 281.25; J. K. Galbraith, 278.23; E. D. Goodwin, 925.00; 
H. E. Green, 275.00; S. L. Grigg, 243.75; M. Harper, 160.42; W. G. Hawke, 
99.80; J. E. Henderson, 170.14; M. E. Henry, 110.89; D. G. Hermitage, 243.75; 
A. I. Humphrey, 281.25; B. E. Hunt, 104.46; M. E. Hunter, 206.25; V. Johnston, 
339.77; M. R. Johnstone, 281.25; E. A. K. Kane, 204.03; A. F. Kennedy, 281.25; 
N. A. Labzoffsky, 708.33; E. Lacey, 238.33; L. A. Lancashire, 206.25; M. E. 
Loates, 171.37; E. I. Lunau, 134.84; M. MacDonald, 281.25; O. I. MacKenzie, 
641.67; H. A. MacMillan, 261.98; K. L. Manning, 177.42; M. M. Marshall, 
484.12; M. K. McGonnell, 236.04; E. G. Mclntyre, 34.42; M. McKee, 456.26; 

F. E. McLachlin, 435.42; C. McManus, 344.89; G. E. Milne, 206.25; M. A. Mullin- 
ger, 189.11; J. Murrav, 182.50; H. E. O'Connor, 331.98; M. E. O'Donoghue, 
212.90; M. M. Offer,' 64.52; M. Purcell, 1,000.00; L. M. Robertson, 69.17; 
F. R. Roughley, 424.98; F. H. Sherlock-Hubbard, 250.00; A. J. Sinclair, 160.42; 
D. B. Singer, 262.50; P. E. Smith, 197.38; M. P. Smyth, 95.72; H. H. Standing, 
134.83; L. Sullivan, 291.32; M. C. Swanson, 266.13; R. Tarbet, 225.00; B. M. 
Thomas, 250.61; M. A. Thorburn, 471.87; J. E. Trumphour, 206.25; Z. B. Wil- 
loughby, 401.41; F. L. Wilson, 206.25; D. Young, 375.00 29,562 40 

Travelling Expenses ($2,393.31) 

I. N. Asheshov, 32.80; A. R. Barnum, 63.25; E. L. Barton, 244.04; E. C. Beck, 
75.25; D. M. Belbin, 45.65; J. W. Bell, 115.20; J. C. Brown, 27.50; Department 
of Highways, 533.34; J. E. Fasken, 37.50; R. I. Hughes, 123.75; A. B. Lamb, 
80.00; W. B. McClure, 31.55; A. L. MacNabb, 491.18; M. C. Paton, 76.09; 
V. L. Ryder, 97.60; S. R. Seaman, 175.39; Accounts under $25, 143.22. . . . 2,393 31 

Maintenance ($48,990.14) 

Bauer & Black, Ltd., 646.03; W. J. Bell Paper Co., Ltd., 204.58; British Drug Houses 
(Canada), Ltd., 239.05; Canadian Industrial Alcohol Co., Ltd., 1,946.33; Canada 
Representatives, Ltd., 416.20; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 11,123.78; 
Carbo Ice (Ontario), Ltd., 219.94; W. A. Carveth & Co., 131.25; Central Scien- 
tific Company of Canada, Ltd., 2,534.52; Collett-Sproule, Ltd., 6,064.27; Con- 
naught Laboratories, 102.55; Corbett-Cowley, Ltd., 729.31; Corrugated Paper 
Box Co., Ltd., 942.25; Cullen & Sons, 1,526.15; Dalglish (Ontario), Ltd., 156.79; 
W. E. Dillon Co., Ltd., 275.00; Dominion Rubber Co., Ltd., 154.32; Etobicoke 
Township Hydro-Electric Commission, 143.93; Gray Coach Lines, Ltd., 729.50; 
Halliday Bros., Ltd., 818.18; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 4,983.25; Interlake Tissue 
Mills Co., Ltd., 267.75; Jem Rubber Co., Ltd., 111.25; Jensen-Salsbery Labora- 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 23 

Laboratory Branch — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

tory, Inc., 104.24; W. C. Jones, 300.00; Kellev Feed & Seed Co., 387.79; King's 
Printer, 10,406.24; Manchester Paper Boxes, Ltd., 282.40; Masco Co., Ltd., 
157.66; Merck & Co., Ltd., 2,992.79; National Motors, Ltd., 1,161.05; H. D. 
Nelson, 154.15; Nicholls Chemical Co., Ltd., 122.44; Ontario Cork Co., Ltd., 
549.70; Ontario Hospital, Hamilton, 110.50; Ontario Hospital, Langstaff, 544.72; 
Ontario Hospital, New Toronto, 166.83; Parke, Davis & Co., 1,932.22; Richards 
Glass Co., Ltd., 6,331.62; W. L. Robinson, 300.00; M. Sheerle, 769.50; J. B. 
Smith & Sons, Ltd., 139.53; Standard Chemical Co., Ltd., 195.50; Telfer Paper 
Box Co., Ltd., 413.35; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 259.25; Wheeler & Bain, Ltd., 

2,661.00; J. H. Wickson, 307.89; W. L. Wood, Ltd., 154.76; Cartage, express 

and freight, 212.85; customs, 28.14; accounts under $100, 2,706.68. . 68,318 98 
Less: Supplies Transferred to Various Branches 19,328 84 



48,990 14 



Laboratory Branch $189,371 14 

LABORATORY DIVISIONS 

Ottawa 

Salaries ($20,670.88) 
Permanent: 

J. Baron, 1,900.00; E. C. Beck, 259.79; J. S. Beilby, 799.98; B. Christie, 412.50; 
L. A. Cloutier, 875.00; M. F. Howie, 225.00; A. Johnson, 618.75; M. N. J. LaFleur, 
343.75; F. L. Letts, 3,500.00; J. G. McAlpine, 1,300.00; J. M. McKinnon, 1,233.33; 
W. A. R. Michell, 2,800.00; F. B. Sterns, 433.32; M. N. J. Tapp, 206.25; F. A. 
White, 1,900.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlist- 
ments, 119.02 16,926 69 

Temporary: 

P. Bourque, 302.02; B. Christie, 238.33; L. A. Cloutier, 175.00; M. D. Deavey, 
614.52; G. C. Dowd, 130.04; A. Johnson, 206.25 ; M. L. Lytle. 270.56 ; F. B. 
MacDonnell, 866.64; M. A. Malone, 162.50; E. Matheson, 334.58; E. Proughton, 
443.75 3,744]19 

Travelling Expenses ($176.05) 

M. F. Howie 176 05 

Maintenance ($3,178.76) 

W. E. Dillon <~o., Ltd., 120.00; King's Printer, 371.03; A. W. McCurry, 179.00; 

Laboratory Branch, Department of Health, 4,102.67; Vail's Laundry, 185.36; 

Cartage, express and freight, 125.17; postage, 420.51; telephone, 85.39; accounts 

under $100, 589.63 6,178 76 

Less: Grant, City of Ottawa 3,000 00 



Permanent 



Fort William 

Salaries ($10,299.99) 



3,178 76 



A. E. Allin, 3,200.00; E. M. Fader, 975.00; J. M. Ferguson, 1,300.00; E. B. 

Hirst, 975.00; K. A. O'Shea, 725.00; W. J. Thompson, 1,800.00 8,975 00 

Temporary : 

A. L. Ehn, 775.00; E. B. Hirst, 324.99; K. A. O'Shea, 225.00 1,324 99 

Travelling Expenses ($82.55) 

A. E. Allin 82 55 

Maintenance ($3,356.46) 

Algoma Laundry, 133.75; Canadian Industrial Alcohol Co., Ltd., 166.29; Laboratory 

Branch, Department of Health, 2,290.58; Cartage, express and freight, 

131.12; postage, 283.00; accounts under $100, 351.72 3 356 46 



E24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Laboratory Divisions — Continued 
North Bay 

Salaries ($10,736.28) 

Permanent: 

A. Cholette, 675.00; J. H. Lawson, 1,533.33; M. G. Moreau, 975.00; VV. J. A. 
Percy, 2,433.33; R. M. Vaillancourt, 1,050.00; Public Service Superannuation 

Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 108.00 6,774 66 

Temporary: 

G. C. Almquist, 815.02; F. E. Chirico, 205.00; A. Cholette, 225.00; A. B. Lamb, 

1,666.60; J. M. Louden, 1,050.00 3,961 62 

Travelling Expenses ($178.15) 

A. B. Lamb, 84.10; W. J. A. Percy, 46.70; V. L. Ryder, 47.35 178 15 

Maintenance ($4,812.53) 

Bannon Bros., 213.35; D. Barker, 195.82; J. E. Bertin, 125.76; Canadian Laboratory 
Supplies, Ltd., 511.09; King's Printer, 206.77; Laboratory Branch, Department 
of Health, 1,827.10; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 154.96; Office Specialty Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 104.17; Wheeler & Bain, Ltd., 178.80; Cartage, express 

and freight, 145.79; postage, 330.33; telephone, 78.40; accounts under $100, 

740.19 4,812 53 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Salaries ($5,021.57) 
Permanent: 

B. Erdmann, 75.00; N. F. W. Graham, 3,150.00; V. L. Ryder, 1,125.00; G. I. F. 
Templeton, 975.00; B. J. Wilson, 412.50 5,737 50 

Temporary: 

B. Erdmann, 225.00; V. L. Ryder, 375.00; B. J. Wilson, 184.07 784 07 

Total 6,521 57 

Less: Grant, City of Sault Ste. Marie 1,500 00 

5,021 57 

Travelling Expenses ($151.55) 

N. F. W. Graham 151 55 

Maintenance ($1,441.79) 

Laboratory Branch, Department of Health, 993.02; Cartage, express and 

freight, 62.07; postage, 111.50; telephone, 74.72; accounts under $100, 200.48. . 1,441 79 

Western University, London 

Maintenance ($4,855.42) 

Laboratory Branch, Department of Health, 3,807.81; Cartage, express and 

freight, 84.69; postage, 505.00; accounts under $100, 457.92 4,855 42 

Queen's University, Kingston 

Maintenance ($979.83) 

King's Printer, 130.06; Laboratory Branch, Department of Health, 751.04; 

Accounts under $100, 98.73 979 83 

Grants 
Public Health Laboratories: 

Queen's University, Kingston 5,000 00 

Peterborough 3,300 00 

Peterborough, for Equipment, Maintenance and Supplies 814 86 

Institute of Public Health, Western University, London 7,000 00 






1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH EJ!5 

Laboratory Divisions — Continued 

Grants — Continued 
General Hospital Laboratories: 

Belleville . 2,000 00 

Belleville, for Equipment, Maintenance and Supplies 1,499 26 

St. Catharines 2,500 00 

St. Catharines, for Equipment, Maintenance and Supplies 1,500 00 

Laboratory Divisions $89,555 93 

Main Office and Branches $1,342,263 80 

HOSPITALS BRANCH 

GENERAL OFFICE 

Salaries ($49,632.45) 
Permanent : 

K. M. Barnes, 1,050.00; F. D. Beauchamp, 2,800.00; E. Biggar, 1,200.00; G. A. 
Bland, 1,233.33; H. B. Carscallen, 2,675.00; R. F. Cooper, 1,333.33; G. Courtney, 
1,500.00; C. M. Cresswell, 1,308.33; C. J. Fox, 2,000.00; E. S. Goddard, 450.00; 
R. V. Haney, 375.00; J. Hartford, 656.25; E. G. Howard, 900.00; R. R. Hutton, 
868.75; C. B. Janes, 1,800.00; E. LeMesurier, 1,254.17; C. H. Lewis, 3,633.26; 
E. D. List, 925.00; G. A. Morell, 2,066.67; N. C. Partridge, 450.00; C. Robson, 
975.00; B. R. Searle, 700.00; J. F. Simpson, 1,631.25; N. M. Simpson, 250.00; 
M. E. J. Stalker, 3,600.00; C. J. Telfer, 3,500.00; M. S. Thompson, 1,666.67; 

A. R. Turner, 1,300.00; J. M. Ware, 412.50; M. E. Wilson, 850.00; Public Service 
Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 221.74 43,586 25 

Temporary: 

D. E. Cheaney, 85.94; I. E. M. Crowley, 75.00; P. N. Gardner, 2,566.64; R. R. 
Hutton, 281.25; W. T. McKnight, 1,241.65; M. A. McLaren, 317.50; N. C. 
Partridge, 187.50; B. R. Searle, 225.00; J. F. Simpson, 637.50; W. B. VanAlstyne, 
100.00; J. M. Ware, 328.22 6,046 20 

Travelling Expenses ($7,369.69) 

F. D. Beauchamp, 130.07; J. C. Brown, 183.95; L. A. Campbell, 373.89; H. B. 
Carscallen, 30.04; W. Chipman, 427.37; M. R. Cook, 30.95; A. R. Doane, 225.80; 
C. J. Fox, 68.84; P. N. Gardner, 268.67; C. B. Janes, 690.28; C. H. Lewis, 25.04; 

B. T. McGhie, 89.62; W. T. McKnight, 1,017.00; E. V. Metcalfe, 102.68; R. C. 
Montgomery, 29.70; S. R. Montgomery, 54.30; G. H. Morell, 1,323.76; M. E. J. 
Stalker, 73.92; C. J. Telfer, 131.75; R. F. Thomson, 26.10; A. R. Turner, 1,984.82; 

Accounts under $25, 81.14 7,369 69 

Maintenance ($3,913.78) 

Decalcomania Co. (Canada), Ltd., 113.75; King's Printer, 1,851.07; Ontario Hospital, 

Whitby, 475.00; Telegrams, 249.73; telephone, 1,155.48; accounts under 

$100, 68.75 3,913 78 

Compensation, Medical, Hospital and Other Accounts for Workmen Injured 

in Government Work as Awarded by the Workmen's Compensation Board, 

Including Proportion of Administration Expenses ($12,662.01) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 12,662 01 

Cost of Living Bonus ($407,044.59) 

Sundry Employees 407,044 59 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($695.84) 

Postmaster, stamps purchased, 1,124.84; Less refund of Employees' contribution 

429.00 695 84 

General Office $481,318 36 



E26 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Hospitals Branch — Continued 
Grants. Etc. 



General Hospitals: 



General Hospitals ($899,470.86) 



Alliston, Stevenson Memorial, 411.30; Almonte, Rosamond Memorial, 1,127.70; 
Barrie, Royal Victoria, 2,720.70; Belleville, 8,710.10; Blind River, St. Joseph's, 
4,686.45; Bowmanville, 1,271.20; Brampton, Peel Memorial, 482.30; Brantford, 
11,325.70; Brockville, 4,420.00; Brockville, St. Vincent de Paul, 1,986.00; Burling- 
ton, Children's Convalescent Camp, 629.60; Chapleau, Lady Minto, 3,893.15; 
Chatham, 3,263.60; Chatham, St. Joseph's, 2,904.70; Clinton, 306.10; Cobourg, 
General, 1,396.70; Cochrane, Lady Minto, 13,310.76; Collingwood, Blue Moun- 
tain Camp for Crippled Children, 1,473.60; Collingwood, General and Marine, 
2,796.60; Cornwall, General, 4,284.40; Cornwall, Hotel Dieu, 13,613.60; Dunn- 
ville, Haldimand War Memorial, 514.50; Durham, Red Cross Memorial, 340.80; 
Fergus, Groves Memorial, 804.00; Fort Erie, Douglas Memorial, 516.10; Fort 
Frances, La Verendrye, 3,946.60; Fort William, McKellar, 20,286.45; Gait, 
General, 1,992.70; Goderich, Alexandria General and Marine, 2,047.70; Guelph 
General, 3,561.40; Guelph, St. Joseph's, 4,000.80; Haileybury, Misericordia, 
3,997.15; Hamilton, 52,524.90; Hamilton, St. Joseph's, 4,751.60; Hanover, 
Memorial, 831.40; Hawkesbury, Notre Dame, 1,788.00; Hearst, St. Paul, 
22,437.02; Ingersoll, Alexandria, 1,401.90; Iroquois Falls, Anson, 2,452.20; 
Kenora, 3,083.15; Kenora, St. Joseph's, 3,136.05; Kincardine, 550.40; Kingston, 
16,801.00; Kingston, Hotel Dieu, 9,730.80; Kitchener- Waterloo, 2,557.10; 
Kitchener, St. Mary's, 3,780.40; Lindsay, Ross Memorial, 3,984.40; Listowel, 
Memorial, 456.60; London, St. Joseph's, 10,500.80; London, Victoria, 40,368.00; 
Matheson, Rosedale War Memorial, 126.50; Mattawa, 10,241.45; Midland, 
St. Andrew's, 2,671.90; Mount Forest, Louise Marshall, 387.90; Newmarket, 
York County, 1,564.80; Newtonbrook, St. John's Convalescent, 5,294.70; 
Niagara Falls, 2,524.40; Niagara-on-the-Lake, Cottage, 828.00; North Bay, 
St. Joseph's, 7,926.45; North Bay, Queen Victoria Memorial, 888.50; Orange- 
ville, Lord Dufferin, 832.50; Orillia, Soldiers' Memorial, 5,799.00; Oshawa, 
1,869.60; Ottawa, 28,255.25; Ottawa, Civic, 46,927.40; Ottawa, Protestant 
Children's, 5,160.30; Ottawa, Salvation Army Grace, 4,207.80; Owen Sound, 
General and Marine, 2,700.70; Palmerston, 306.60; Paris, Willett, 1,012.60; 
Parry Sound, 3,445.25; Parry Sound, St. Joseph's, 4,502.95; Pembroke, 4,907.30; 
Pembroke, Cottage, 1,967.70; Penetanguishene, 823.70; Perth, Great War 
Memorial, 1,572.20; Peterborough, Nicholls, 3,296.10; Peterborough, St. Joseph's, 
4,027.50; Petrolia, C. E. Englehart, 640.10; Picton, Prince Edward County, 
1,826.10; Port Arthur, 9,026.50; Port Arthur, St. Joseph's, 15,143.78; Port 
Hope, 1,285.80; Renfrew, Victoria, 2,468.60; Sarnia, 3,483.60; St. Catharines, 
4,727.50; St. Thomas, Memorial, 2,831.30; Sault Ste. Marie, 5,136.85; Sault 
Ste. Marie, Plummer Memorial, 2,716.70; Seaforth, Scott Memorial, 457.90; 
Simcoe, Norfolk, 3,574.80; Sioux Lookout, 1,273.60; Smith's Falls, 2,972.00; 
Smith's Falls, St. Francis, 1,018.60; South Porcupine, 284.60; Stratford, 3,597.90; 
Strathroy, 1,514.30; Sturgeon Falls, Brebeuf, 6,354.30; Sudbury, St. Joseph's, 
11,953.00; Tillsonburg, Soldiers' Memorial, 1,408.20; Timmins, St. Mary's, 
5,616.90; Toronto, Civitan Children's Camp, 288.00; Toronto, East General, 
10,365.80; Toronto, General, 102,653.92; Toronto, Hillcrest Convalescent 
Home, 3,028.10; Toronto, I.O.D.E. Preventorium, 10,947.10; Toronto, Lock- 
wood Clinic, 148.90; Toronto, Mothercraft Centre, 1,854.80; Toronto, Mount 
Sinai, 5,024.50; Toronto, Salvation Army, Grace, 1,122.90; Toronto, St. Joseph's, 
20,139.60; Toronto, St. Michael's, 55,053.40; Toronto, Sick Children's, 61,087.10; 
Toronto, Wellesley, 666.50; Toronto, Western, 33,919.90; Toronto, Women's 
College, 6,211.80; Walkerton, Bruce County, 1,637.40; Welland County, 1,730.50; 
Windsor, Hotel Dieu, 3,120.90; Windsor, Metropolitan, 3,379.40; Windsor, 
Salvation Army, Grace, 3,181.50; Wingham, 188.40; Woodstock, 2,501.80 



879,792 38 



Red Cross Hospitals: 

Apsley, 87.00; Atikokan, 3.60; Bancroft, 635.10; Bracebridge, 1,519.70; Coe 
Hill, 48.00; Dryden, 3,742.21; Emo, 383.40; Englehart, 855.90; Espanola, 1,561.50 
Haliburton, 482.10; Hawk Junction, 157.80; Hornepayne, 492.30; Jellicoe 
597.40; Kakabeka Falls, 39.00; Kirkland Lake, 5,037.25; Lion's Head, 100.50 
Mindemoya, 734.20; New Liskeard, 983.32; Port Loring, 124.50; Quibell, 2.70 
Rainy River, 874.60 ; Redditt, 26.20 ; Richard's Landing, 348.00 ; Thessalon 
773.10; Whitney, 43.00; Wilberforce, 6.30; Red Cross Car, 19.80 



19,678*48 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E27 

Hospitals Branch — Continued 

Grants, etc. — Continued 

Hospitals for Incurables ($187,869.60) 

Hamilton, St. Peter's, 11,785.80; London, Parkwood, 16,808.40; Ottawa, Perley, 
13,163.70; Ottawa, St. Vincent, 30,600.80; Toronto, Home for Incurable Chil- 
dren, 5,405.30; Toronto, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, 51,486.00; Toronto, Mercy, 
39,214.40; Windsor East, Hospital for Incurables, 19,405.20 187,869 60 

Maintenance of Patients in Sanatoria for Consumptives ($2,293,165.80) 

Brant, 46,520.00; Essex County, 120,076.00; Fort William, 127,452.00; Freeport, 
100,256.00; Hamilton, Mountain, 482,136.00; Kingston, 25,952.00; Muskoka, 
286,340.00; Niagara Peninsula, 64,364.00; Queen Alexandra, 343,486.00; Royal, 
Ottawa, 139,930.00; St. Lawrence, 77,926.00; St. Mary's-on-the-Lake, 64,121.00; 
Toronto and Queen Mary, 414,606.80 2,293,165 80 

Travelling and Incidental Expenses for the Removal and Escort of Indigent 
Patients of Unorganized Territory, Burial Expenses, etc. ($4,791.70) 

Travelling Expenses: 

Sundry Indigents 2,836 20 

Burial Expenses: 

Jenkins & Son, 102.00; Last Post Fund, 120.00; E. Paradis, 225.00; R. M. 

Smith, 180.00; Accounts under $100, 1,328.50 1,955 50 

Grants ($40,314.65) 

Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Out-Patients Branch 5,944 30 

The Haven, Toronto, for Feeble-minded Women 2,500 00 

Canadian Red Cross Society 26,870 35 

Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy 5,000 00 

Special Grants to Municipalities in Territorial Districts ($37,758.72) 

Towns: 

Bonfield, 615.69; Cache Bay, 1,058.02; Charlton, 67.60; Chelmsford, 1,366.38; 

Mattawa, 5,068.42; Sturgeon Falls, 7,722.45; Trout Creek, 81.78 15,980 34 

Townships: 

Bonfield, 576.85; Bucke, 474.33; Burpee, 175.87; Calvert, 1,299.06; Calvin, 
1,640.73; Cameron, 662.25; Casimir, Jennings and Appleby, 61.70; Chisholm, 
503.56; Christie, 395.09; Coleman, 138.61; Cosby and Mason, 441.90; Dowling, 
34.01; East Ferris, 670.44; Field, 1,666.99; Glackmeyer, 887.65; Hanmer, 1,220.52; 
Himsworth, North, 1,920.32; Himsworth, South, 307.19; J affray and Mellick, 
1,239.90; James, 1,009.22; Machin, 431.06; Martland, 208.82; Papineau, 1,886.97; 
Perry, 407.83; Ratter and Dunnett, 1,028.30; Rayside, 150.57; Shackleton 
and Machin, 260.77; Springer, 890.82; Stisted, 182.00; Widdifield, 1,005.05.... 21,778 38 

Grants, etc., Hospitals Branch $3,463,371 33 

General Expenses — Ontario Hospitals 

Board of Examiners, Training Schools for Nurses ($541.31) 
Lackie Manufacturing Co., 426.52 ; Accounts under. $100, 1 14.79 541 31 

Removal and Examination of Patients from Unorganized 
Districts ($11,999.14) 

Removal Expenses: 

E. Biggar, 2,583.85; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 1,263.25; Commissioner of 
Police for Ontario, 371.04; Cunningham Taxi, 103.80; C. J. Fox, 2,799.27; J. W. 

Lague, 525.80; Sundry Ontario Hospitals, 2,251.42; Accounts under $100, 

619.26 10,517 69 

Medical Services: 

Sundry Persons 1,481 45 

Clothing for Bailiffs removing Patients ($196.20) 
Accounts under $100 196120 



E28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

General Expenses — Ontario Hospitals — Continued 

Grants to Recovered Indigent Patients from Ontario Hospitals and Removal 
Expenses to their Legal Domicile ($323.52) 

Sundry Patients 323 52 

Provision for Expenses in connection with Conventions 
held at Various Institutions ($146.43) 

Sundry Persons 146 43 

Removal Expenses of Officials in Connection with the 
Ontario Hospitals ($1,401.62) 

Sundry Employees 1 ,401 62 

Printing and Stationery for Ontario Hospitals ($24,288.57) 

King's Printer '. 24,288 57 

Grants to Schools for the Education of Children of Ontario 
Hospitals' Staff ($5,751.62) 

No. 5, Barton and Ancaster, 31.94; Brockville, 903.72; No. 4, East Zorra and Bland- 
ford, 22.55; Fort William, 107.69; Hamilton, 693.52; Kingston Collegiate Insti- 
tute, 42.35; London, 503.49; Midland, 55.59; Orillia, 742.97; Penetanguishene:— 
High School Board, 336.61; Public School Board, 300.21; Separate School Board, 
405.05;— Portsmouth, 48.88; St. Thomas, 112.75; Whitby, 1,287.30; Woodstock, 
157.00 5,751 62 

Transport Service ($5,496.77) 

British American Oil Co., Ltd., 2,066.09; Colling Tire Shop, Ltd., 406.30; Depart- 
ment of Highways, 144.50; Reo Motor Company of Canada, Ltd., 2,627.61; 

Accounts under $100, 252.27 5,496 77 

Unforeseen and Unprovided ($3,302.92) 

Active Ambulance Service, 37.00; G. Belas, 100.00; O. Carpenter, 360.00; Children's 
Aid Societies: — Hamilton, 317.55; Northumberland and Durham, 283.90; 
Port Hope, 26.35; Sarnia and County of Lambton, 298.15; Toronto, 256.55; 
G. Edward's Studio, 5.00; J. G. Falconer, 75.00; A. W. Farmer, 100.00; J. Kacur, 
500.00; Lanark County Home, 156.42; Ontario Training School for Boys, Bow- 
manville, 16.50; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, Industries, 18.00; G. W. Smith, 
3.00; F. V. V. Snell, 20.00; W. P. Tew, 40.00; Toronto General Hospital, 116.50; 
Toronto Central Y.M.C.A., 573.00 3,302 92 

General Expenses, Ontario Hospitals $53,448 10 

ONTARIO HOSPITALS 

Brampton 

Salaries ($1,898.39) 
Farm Hands 1,898 39 

Maintenance ($793.84) 

Office Expenses 25 64 

Farm Expenses 450 94 

Contingencies 87 91 

Repairs to Buildings • 229 35 

Maintenance: 

Fairbank Lumber and Coal Co., Ltd., 219.06; Thayers, Ltd., 132.13; Watkins 

Seeds, Ltd., 206.95; Telephone, 25.64; accounts under $100, 210.06 793 84 

Brampton 2,692 23 

Brockville 

Salaries ($247,211.46) 

E. Algie, 1,400.00; E. M. Ardill, 849.96; E. J. Barrington, 268.34; V. G. Barrington, 
465.83; J. Bedard, 1,125.00; R. M. Billings, 1,125.00; B. O. Bullis, 1,475.00; 
E. A. Clamp, 2,000.00; J. Cook, 1,600.00; E. L. Cooke, 962.50; C. S. Dodds, 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 29 

Ontario Hospital, Brockville — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

1,350.00; F. Drawbridge, 1,525.00; J. Easson, 1,600.00; G. A. Forbes, 1,200.00; 
R. H. Gibson, 1,350.00; R. Glover, 1,300.00; M. A. Graham, 868.75; F. A. 
Grice, 1,350.00; M. I. Hanton, 700.00; H. D. Higgins, 1,333.28; D. A. Hogan, 
1,600.00; M. I. Howe, 868.75; V. G. Johnston, 1,150.00; G. W. Kells, 3,300.00; 
G. E. Langdon, 341.46; M. G. LeBas, 380.64; A. E. Little, 607.74; A. P. Louch, 
1,333.28; E. A. MacMillan, 366.66; H. E. Manahan, 1,150.00; J. McFaulds, 
1,500.00; H. M. McGill, 161.82; A. J. McLaughlin, 1,300.00; M. L. McLeay, 
1,335.48; E. B. Middagh, 1,250.00; T. Montemuro, 66.13; T. C. Mott, 1,125.00; 
M. K. Motte, 856.25; F. L. Nichols, 900.00; E. M. Orr, 850.04; P. P. Parisien, 
758.31; D. R. Parkes, 549.99; G. M. Patry, 412.36; I. J. Pollock, 13.86; I. R. 
Ralph, 2,400.00; M. G. Rendall, 1,225.00; H. J. Rothwell, 450.00; V. G. Rourke, 
162.50; F. C. Ruston 1,533.33; R. H. Ruston, 1,400.00; J. M. Short, 2,900.00; 
C. A. Simpson, 609.37; B. F. Sine, 1,575.00; M. R. Smith, 125.00; G. Steacy, 
1,600.00; C. Stirtan, 372.78; C. S. Tennant, 5,200.00; R. C. Tennant, 1,400.00; 
J. J. Tierney, 1,600.00; J. J. Tobin, 1,400.00; D. E. C. Trickey, 856.25; S. Tur- 
land, 1,600.00; G. H. G. Wallace, 586.65; C. Willis, 1,500.00; G. W. Zealand, 
2,525.00; Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstresses, Porter 
and Messenger, 13,292.16; Engineering Staff: Firemen, Shift Engineers and 
Watchmen, 11,716.58; Farm and Garden: Farm Hands, Herdsman and Teamster, 
5,425.00; Attendants and Nurses, 126,307.83; Occupational Therapists, Occu- 
pational Therapy Internes and Technician, 3,012.58 ; Nurses-in-Training, 
8,795.39; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 
1,614.61 247,211 46 

Maintenance ($133,124.44) 

Travelling Expenses 1,189 84 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 6,215 37 

Provisions 70,060 29 

Fuel, Light and Water 9,545 86 

Clothing 10,929 87 

Laundry and Cleaning 5,864 11 

Furniture and Furnishings 7,284 54 

Office Expenses 1,310 00 

Farm Expenses 12,811 21 

Contingencies 2,766 33 

Live Stock, etc 480 20 

Repairs to Buildings 4,666 82 

Travelling Expenses: 

E. M. Ardill, 38.90; R. M. Billings, 159.12; F. T. Fralick, 28.30; S. A. Grief, 
31.00; M. LeBas, 80.95; E. M. Orr, 28.35; P. P. Parisien, 96.75; C. M. Patry, 
103.28; M. G. Rendall, 164.95; M. R. Smith, 52.90; J. Stevelv, 26.60; C. S. 
Tennant, 134.50; E. Waldron, 35.34; Accounts under $25, 208.90 1,189 84 

Maintenance: 

A. D. Adams & Son, 877.45; Agricultural Chemicals, Ltd., 632.36; Associated 
Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 140.69; J. F. Barnard Sons, Ltd., 1,856.96; 
Beaver Specialty, Ltd., 163.20; E. M. Blanchard, 120.00; J. Borthwick, 330.15; 
A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 632.56; J. R. Bresnan & Son, 1,373.70; British Ameri- 
can Oil Ct)., Ltd., 473.41; British & Colonial Trading Co., Ltd., 676.07; Brock- 
ville Creamery & Storage, 252.83; Brockville Lumber Co., 841.82; Brockville 
Public Utilities Commission, 6,272.73; Brunner, Mond Canada Sales, Ltd., 
389.76; Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 132.09; Canada Foundries & Forg- 
ings, Ltd., 180.66; Canada Packers, Ltd., 182.85; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 118.54; 
Canada Starch Sales Co., Ltd., 627.40; Canada Vinegars, Ltd., 130.32; Canadian 
General Electric Co., Ltd., 134.54; Canadian Industrial Alcohol Co., Ltd., 
143.20; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 957.11; Canadian National Institute For 
The Blind, 280.05; Cassidy's, Ltd., 450.56; Central Canada Coal Co., Ltd., 
1,005.00; Central Wholesale Grocers, Ltd., 127.35; S. J. Cherry & Sons, Ltd., 
1,366.75; Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co., Ltd., 249.46; H. P. Conklin, 550.35; 
Corbett-Cowley, Ltd., 102.45; W. L. Dailey, 106.85; Delaney & Pettit, Ltd., 
365.00; Department of Health, 229.34; Department of Highways, 388.49; 
Department of Public Works, 207.00; Dobbie & Co., 260.22; L. C. Dunn, 1,162.52; 
Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 218.68; Eddv Match Co., Ltd., 118.95; 
Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 108.32; F. A. Fitzpatrick, 2,954.75; 
Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 201.45; General Films, Ltd., 300.00; General Supply 



E 30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Ontario Hospital, Brockville — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Company of Canada, Ltd., 166.77; Gilmour & Co., 2,242.42; Glidden Co., 
Ltd., 100.75; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 1,636.00; S. Gumpert Company 
of Canada, Ltd., 361.90; Hanson 16.M.M. Movies, Ltd., 192.65; G. A. Hardie 
& Co., Ltd., 107.45; Hargraft & Sons, Ltd., 1,041.44; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 
368.30; Higgins & Burke, Ltd., 128.58; Hogg & Lytle, Ltd., 972.75; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 386.78; Hygiene Products, Ltd., 326.83; 
Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 319.82; Industrial Farm, 
Burwash, Industries, 2,129.64; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 101.54; Interlake Tissue 
Mills Co., Ltd., 694.58; Jem Rubber Co., Ltd., 114.00; Johnson & Johnson, 
Ltd., 337.59; A. H. Judson, 300.00; Land O'Lanark Creameries, 11,022.70; 
C. Leach, 910.00; Lever Bros., Ltd., 262.98; E. R. Lewis Leather Co., Ltd., 
107.13; J. Lowe Corp., 812.70; Luxura Tea Co., 2,875.00; W. C. MacDonald, 
Inc., 776.18; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 994.96; Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., 322.94; 
McCarthy Milling Co., Ltd., 1,364.00; C. McDougall, 598.00; McDougall 
Bros., 2,321.10; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 4,585.36; Merck & Co., Ltd. 
206.79; Monarch Knitting Co., Ltd., 216.01; W. Moore Paint Co., 419.00 
W. J. Muldoon, 516.75; Muratori's Macaroni Manufacturing Co., 119.50 
National Grocers Co., Ltd., 558.93; National Kream Co., Ltd., 119.70; Nichols 
Chemical Co., Ltd., 154.30; Ontario Chemicals, Ltd., 231.25; Ontario Cheese 
Co., 122.64; Ontario Hospital, London, 189.00; Ontario Hospital, New Toronto, 
150.00; Ontario Hospital School, Orillia, Industries, 180.00; Ontario Reformatory, 
Guelph, Industries, 23,752.56; Ontario Tobacco Co., 153.00; O. R. Orser, 1,128.75; 
Parke, Davis & Co., 243.53; Prophylactic Brush Company (Canada), Ltd., 
166.33; Quaker Oats Co., 591.90; Ratcliff Paper Co., Ltd., 179.27; W. E. Reid, 

612.60; Ritchie's Cigar Stores, 129.24; Roode 

508.51; Royal Canadian Tobacco Co., 297.50; 

Simon Co., Ltd., 144.00; R. H. Smart, Ltd., 
Ltd., 232.30; Soaps-Perfumes, Ltd., 135.00; 

C. A. Starr Co., 204.76; Stevens Companies, 
760.58; St. Lawrence Oil & Supply 
Co., Ltd., 364.07; Sturgeons, Ltd., 



130.00; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd. 
Bros., Ltd., 190.27; G. G. Root, 
Scott Funeral Home, 100.00; L. 
257.50; W. Snider Milling Co., 
Standard Brands, Ltd., 982.85; 
227.83; St. Lawrence Engine Co., Ltd., 
Co., Ltd., 123.15; St. Lawrence Starch 

184.15; Sundry Persons, boarded-out patients, 9,703.08; G. Taplin, 215.00; 
Textile Products, Ltd., 268.58; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 1,097.00; Tuckett, 
Ltd., 310.00; United Farmers Co-Operative Co., Ltd., 272.50; Vallance, Brown 
& Co., Ltd., 378.42; Victoria Paper & Twine Co., Ltd., 528.01; Watkins Seeds, 
Ltd., 108.99; Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 1,372.25; Wheeler & Bain, 
Ltd., 168.34; Whites Hardware, Ltd., 339.26; Wonderful Soap Co., Ltd., 2,015.88; 
Wood's Dairy, 2,112.27; York Trading, Ltd., 945.47; A. B. Zacks, 571.69; 
L. Zigman & Sons, 120.00; Cartage, express and freight, 1,823.28; news- 
papers and periodicals, 153.51; postage, 630.00; religious services, 460.00; tele- 
grams, 34.27; telephone, 875.22; accounts under $100, 5,071.28 131,934 60 

Brockville $380,335 90 



COPOURG 



Salaries ($87,120.66) 

A. G. Allen, 3,125.00; P. M. Barr, 850.00; W. T. Brown, 1,675.00; F. Burge, 1,500.00; 
M. A. Copeman, 83.93; G. A. Dundas, 1,104.00; E. Faulkner, 330.54; C. Ken- 
naugh, 1,450.00; G. C. Kidd, 5,000.00; T. Medhurst, 1,241.67; R. MelvilFe, 
1,250.00; M. S. Poison, 1,308.33; E. Ralls, 1,150.00; I. I. Shaw, 1,475.00; R. M. 
Vokes, 75.80; M. J. Waller, 462.50; W. C. Waller, 2,166.67; M. J. Wilson, 612.50; 
Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids and Seamstress, 7,495.85; Engineer- 
ing Staff: Firemen, Shift Engineers and Watchman, 8,592.02; Farm and Garden: 
Truck Driver, 1,087.50; Attendant, Nurses and Nurse-Attendants, 44,977.31; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 107.04.... 



87,120 66 



Maintenance ($75,625.37) 

Travelling Expenses • • ■ • 572 2 1 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 2,571 41 

Provisions 36,441 03 

Fuel, Light and Water 18,465 00 

Clothing 5,592 89 

Laundry and Cleaning 3,800 06 

Furniture and Furnishings 3,221 61 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 31 

Ontario Hospital, Cobourg — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Office Expenses 868 08 

Farm Expenses 456 31 

Contingencies 1,416 57 

Live Stock, etc 125 00 

Repairs to Buildings 2,095 20 

Travelling Expenses: 

E. Covert, 40.45; M. S. Poison, 437.98; Accounts under $25, 93.78 572 21 

Maintenance: 

A. R. Atkinson, 100.00; J. & A. Aziz, 193.60; Bauer & Black, Ltd., 490.54; A. 
Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 314.85; Brunner, Mond Canada Sales, Ltd., 201.60; Burke 
Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 100.30; J. D. Burnett, 1,321.59; H. C. Burton & Co., 
125.21; Canada Cloak Co., 151.20; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 122.43; 
Canada Packers, Ltd., 2,792.08; Canada Starch Sales Co., Ltd., 632.64; Canadian 
Industries, Ltd., 426.46; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 198.00; Capitol 
Theatre, 270.00; Cassidy's, Ltd., 717.04; Central Wholesale Grocers, Ltd., 125.75; 
Cobourg City Dairy Co., Ltd., 2,611.93; Denton & Son, 184.05; Empire Brass 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 227.83; Fisher's Dairy, 2,586.48; General Films, 
Ltd., 255.00; General Steel Wares, Ltd., 182.16; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 
1,643.42; G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 170.05; Hargraft & Sons, Ltd., 906.99; 
J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 177.57; S. Hisey & Son, Ltd., 1,367.50; Ingersoll Cream 
Cheese Co., Ltd., 520.93; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 333.30; C. Jackson, 
242.86; J. Lavis, 780.00; Lever Bros., Ltd., 152.21; F. G. Lister & Co., Ltd., 
105.00; J. Lowe Corporation, 241.51; Luxura Tea Co., 650.00; Maple Leaf 
Milling Co., Ltd., 570.00; M. Margies, 162.00; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 692.16; 
A. P. McLaughlan, 283.50; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 2,469.14; Mill- 
brook Bakery, 363.00; Monarch Knitting Co., Ltd., 417.01; Muratori's Macaroni 
Manufacturing Co., 106.56; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 405.00; Ontario Chem- 
icals, Ltd., 181.20; Ontario Hospital, Fort William, 211.49; Ontario Hospital, 
Hamilton, 433.55; Ontario Hospital, Langstaff, 763.67; Ontario Hospital, 
Toronto, 292.20; Ontario Hospital, Whitby, 106.49; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 
Industries, 11,176.94; Parke, Davis & Co., 132.15; R. Patterson & Son, 136.79; 
S. Pratt, 803.51; A. Pratt & Son, 175.05; Premier Paint Co., 299.05; Public 
Utilities Commission of Cobourg, 2,991.59; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 1,396.80; 
St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 215.94; Standard Brands, Ltd., 1,018.66; Sundry 
Persons, boarded-out patients, 679.57; N. Tait, 164.00; Textile Products Co., 
Ltd., 407.72; Toronto Milling Co., 550.00; Trenton Valley Creameries, 3,621.48; 
Valley Camp Coal Company of Canada, Ltd., 14,506.03; Victoria Paper & 
Twine Co., Ltd., 135.60 ; Whites Hardware, Ltd., 253.83 ; Wonderful Soap 

Co., Ltd., 561.00; York Trading, Ltd., 744.88; Cartage, express and freight, 

738.68; newspapers and periodicals, 63.27; postage, 500.00; religious services, 

460.00; telegrams, 17.98; telephone, 233.51; accounts under $100, 3,990.08 75,053^16 

Cobourg $162,746 03 

Fort William 

Salaries ($34,377.15) 

A. Baillie, 1,475.00; R. W. Black, 1,383.33; A. Currie, 1,375.00; G. C. Ferrier, 
555.00; G. L. E. Holditch, 1,275.00; G. D. Scott, 944.36; J. N. Senn, 4,600.00; 
A. E. Smith, 1,241.67; J. S. Strachan, 140.00; E. M. Wilson, 1,075.00; Domestic 
Help: Maids, 2,348.18; Engineering Staff: Mechanic, 1,181.25; Farm Hands, 
3,372.98; Attendants and Nurses, 13,219.13; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 191.25 34,377 15 

Maintenance ($24,395.50) 

Travelling Expenses 88 74 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 925 64 

Provisions 5,708 56 

Fuel, Light and Water 3,643 57 

Clothing 2,052 89 

Laundry and Cleaning 1,297 78 

Furniture and Furnishings 1,043 83 



E32 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Ontario Hospital, Fort William — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Office Expenses 509 19 

Farm Expenses 2,732 12 

Contingencies 1,583 35 

Repairs to Buildings 2,192 78 

Live Stock, etc 2,617 05 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. N. Senn 



88 74 



Maintenance: 

C. Adliff, 228.25; Algoma Laundry, 520.37; Bole's Feed Store, 581.50; British 
American Oil Co., Ltd., 107.07; T. Broome, 316.17; Burns & Co., Ltd., 109.46; 
Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 457.43; Cassidy's, Ltd., 202.35; Chappies, Ltd., 604.82; 
Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 613.04; Coslett Machinery & Equipment 
Co., 323.19; Dominion Motors, 219.98; Exclusive Fish Market, 150.41; Fort 
William Sanatorium, 107.00; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 411.10; J. Hagglund 
& Son, 142.40; J. Hepburn, 130.00; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
1,142.93; Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 413.96; International 
Harvester Company of Canada, Ltd., 991.45; Jenkens & Son, 132.00; Johnston 
& Boon Co., Ltd., 119.34; Kellough Bros. Dairy, 1,172.64; Lake of the Woods 
Milling Co., Ltd., 270.10; Lakehead Oil, Ltd., 196.78; Luxura Tea Co., 325.00; 
C. W. McEwen, 143.33; Mercer Reformatory, Industries, 639.82; Merchants 
Distributors, Ltd., 271.15; J. Murphy Coal Co., 2,256.54; North Star Oil, Ltd., 
322.23; Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 676.14; Ontario Hospital School, Orillia, 
Industries, 312.00; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, Industries, 691.17; Palm 
Dairies, Ltd., 957.22; H. Parslow & Co., Ltd., 396.78; W. S. Piper, Ltd., 313.32; 
Ringwood Farms, Ltd., 300.00; Standard Brands, Ltd., 141.80; Sundry Persons, 
purchase of cattle, 955.50; Thunder Bay Co-operative Dairv, Ltd., 285.98; 
Western Grain Co., Ltd., 112.70; Western Grocers, Ltd., 322.01 ; Wilson's, 

139.50; Wonderful Soap Co., Ltd., 177.30; York Trading, Ltd., 197.80; 

Cartage, express and freight, 837.64; newspapers and periodicals, 28.65; postage, 
149.00; telegrams, 55.20; telephone, 193.79; accounts under $100, 3,441.45 

Fort William $58,772 65 



24.306 76 



Hamilton 



Salaries ($297,263.32) 

R. Aiken, 435.38; A. Allen, 1,400.00; J. D. Armstrong, 66.13; R. G. S. Arthurs 
66.23; E. E. E. Baker, 2.22; K. M. Barrington, 2,575.00; I. I. Berry, 775.00 
J. Blackwood, 1,300.00; P. Boulter, 1,413.71; E. L. Bradley, 825.00; H. Brad 
shaw, 1,600.00; R. M. Bradt, 610.48; H. S. Burns, 2,637.50; A. E. Carter, 1,075.00 
J. Cavin, 816.62; E. H. Clark, 1,300.00; W. O. Collins, 1,900.00; J. W. Corbett 
1,099.98; E. E. Cose, 1,200.00; J. A. Cummins, 3,100.00; J. M. Danton, 1,875.00 
W. J. Deadman, 480.00; W. F. Dreisinger, 429.44; P. B. E. Duff, 200.00; H. J 
Elliott, 1,600.00; C. A. Geddes, 1,350.00; J. Gilgot, 1,666.67; G. P. Gleeson 
2,333.33; E. Godwin, 1,275.00; D. R. Goodale, 1,075.00; G. M. Graham, 925.00 
R. Y. Hall, 1,600.00; E. D. Hamilton, 1,600.00; A. Haronen, 1,400.00; J. Har 
rison, 1,400.00; J. E. Harvey, 30.64; J. R. Howitt, 4,100.00; H. R. Hull, 1,475.00 
D. E. Jones, 700.00; N. B/jones, 812.90; D. T. Kilpatrick, 1,600.00; W. Lang 
1,350.00; F. J. Lee, 325.00; T. Lennox, 1,266.67; R. Lishman, 1,156.86; A. E 
Little, 795.12; E. A. MacMillan, 1,316.63; B. Mancuso, 1,075.00; A. Martins 
2,750.00; J. E. McClure, 406.25; M. E. McCormick, 1,333.33; J. G. McEvoy 
1,300.00; O. Owens, 1,600.00; S. G. Patterson, 1,383.33; B. Pavelin, 1,375.00 
R. P. Pearson, 1,131.25; T. Roberts, 1,500.00; W. H. K. Ross, 200.00; H. S. W 
Rutledge, 1,433.33; H. S. Sager, 1,053.34; E. I. Sanders, 1,350.00; T. H. Scott 
1,250.00; W. J. Scott, 1,250.00; H. W. Simpson, 1,343.75; W. J. Smith, 500.00 
R. W. Sproule, 1,266.67; J. S. Stewart, 5,400.00; R. Stoneman, 1,400.00; E. L 
Symons, 1,500.00; L. O. Teeple, 1,450.00; J. T. Tidev, 1,087.50; A. E. Townsend 
1,375.00; A. Tregunno, 900.00; K. Turney, 1,700.00; M. M. Vanderlip, 850.00 
G. Wakefield, 1,200.00; R. R. Wales, 814.11; H. G. Ward, 1,400.00; F. Watterson 
1,266.67; G. W. Winterbottom, 116.66; Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses 
Maids, Seamstress, Porter and Messenger, 20,313.60; Engineering Staff: Fire- 
men, Shift Engineers, 10,714.10; Farm and Garden: Farm Hands, Teamster, 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 33 

Ontario Hospital, Hamilton — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Truck Driver, Herdsman, Poultryman, 11,736.60; Attendants, Nurses, Nurse- 
Attendants, 135,230.23; Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Internes, 
4,849.64; Nurses-in-Training, 10,670.18; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 
Contribution re Enlistments, 1,451.18 '. 297,263 32 

Maintenance ($232,307.81) 

Travelling Expenses 822 19 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 13,360 83 

Provisions 86,284 59 

Fuel, Light and Water 41,755 07 

Clothing 17,096 36 

Laundry and Cleaning 9,986 37 

Furniture and Furnishings 9,394 47 

Office Expenses 2,738 29 

Farm Expenses 27,965 60 

Contingencies 6,639 03 

Repairs to Buildings 16,265 01 

Travelling Expenses: 

K. M. Barrington, 99.25; J. A. Cummins, 52.02; A. E. Little, 60.60; M. McCor- 

mick, 477.74; K. E. Turney, 27.90; Accounts under $25, 104.68 822 19 

Maintenance: 

Abbott Laboratories, Ltd., 216.90; Aga Heat (Canada), Ltd., 270.60; All-Weld 
Co., Ltd., 309.25; Ash-Temple Co., Ltd., 121.88; Associated Chemical 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 112.86; Balfours, Ltd., 2,097.44; Bauer & Black, 
326.99; Beatty Bros., Ltd., 654.71; Beaver Specialty, Ltd., 231.90; D. Bell, 
516.75; Best Yeast, Ltd., 240.96; Birks-Ellis-Ryrie, Ltd., 117.50; Blue Cross 
Hospital, 135.00; Boiler, Furnace & Stove Parts, Ltd., 148.30; Booth Fisheries 
Canadian Co., Ltd., 3,220.15; Bowes Company, Ltd., 120.00; A. Bradshaw 
& Son, Ltd., 1,439.97; British & Colonial Trading Co., Ltd., 487.12; British 
Drug Houses (Canada), Ltd., 137.01; Brown Bros., 198.00; R. Burns & Co., 
5,758.25; H. C. Burton & Co., 302.15; M. M. Calder, 345.00; Caledonia Milling 
Co., Ltd., 8,707.80; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 1,457.57; Canada 
Glove Co., 118.80; Canada Packers, Ltd., 1,395.30; Canada Starch Sales Co., 
Ltd., 163.50; Canada Vinegars, Ltd., 132.75; Canada Wax & Chemical Co., 
185.74; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd,, 237.91; Canadian Industries, 
Ltd., 2,777.49; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 424.46; Canadian 
Powers Regulator Co., Ltd., 129.28; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 288.18; 
Cassidy's, Ltd., 827.84; Central Wholesale Grocers, Ltd., 896.90; S. J. Cherry 
& Sons, Ltd., 1,680.00; Colgate- Palmolive-Peet Co., Ltd., 240.07; Consumers 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 3,111.66; Corbett-Cowley, Ltd., 135.13; Crane, Ltd., 461.14; 
Crown-Dominion Oil Co., Ltd., 1,170.61; W. H. Cunningham & Hill, Ltd., 
530.36; Dalglish (Ontario), Ltd, 268.84; Department of Health, 1,076.73; Depart- 
ment of Highways, 1,118.46; Department of Public Works, 4,800.00; A. Dickinson, 
500.80; Dodsworth & Brown, 232.00; Dominion Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., 1,382.95; 
Dominion Salt Co., Ltd., 138.30; C. A. Dunham & Co., Ltd., 231.33; Eastman 
Photographic Stores, Ltd., 223.49; Eddy Match Co., Ltd., 112.33; Empire 
Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 251.29; Empire-Universal-Films, Ltd., 140.00; 
W. Farrar & Co., Ltd., ,952.60; Ferrey Coal Co., Ltd., 22,323.47; F. A. Ferris, 
113.06; E. B. Fielding & Co., 111.04; Firth Bros., Ltd., 219.20; G. T. French, 
104.71; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 141.70; F. Garfield, 225.81; Garlock 
Packing Company of Canada, Ltd., 165.10; General Steel Wares, Ltd., 298.29; 
Gillies-Guy, Ltd., 2,686.83; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 1,970.27; G. W. 
Grant & Co., 207.90; A. P. Green Fire Brick Co., Ltd., 114.35; S. E. Griffin 
& Son, 692.00; Grinnell Company of Canada, Ltd., 1,046.84; S. Gumpert Com- 
pany of Canada, Ltd., 1,038.59; City of Hamilton, 11,048.32; Hamilton Builders' 
Supply, Ltd., 1,092.76; Hamilton Hydro-Electric System, 4,482.22; G. A. Hardie 
& Co., Ltd., 445.12; Hargraft & Sons, Ltd., 262.18; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 414.81; 
Hillcrest Dairy, 123.04; Hobbs Glass, Ltd., 120.01; Hobart Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 145.93; H. S. Howland Sons, & Co., Ltd., 111.27; Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission of Ontario, 331.06; Imperial Coffee & Spice Co., Ltd., 4,026.05; 
Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 153.96; Industrial Farm, 
Burwash, Industries, 2,378.86; Ingersoll Cream Cheese Co., Ltd., 834.20; 
Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 718.15; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 788.20; Inter- 
national Harvester Company of Canada, Ltd., 262.52; Jackson's Bread, Ltd., 



E34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, Hamilton — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

160.00; J. I. Johnson, 211.75; Kennedy Manufacturing Co., 103.14; R. Kerr, 
542.40; Langmuir Paint Co., Ltd., 966.74; Leggat Motor Sales, 550.61; A. S. 
Leitch Co., Ltd., 135.00; Lever Bros., Ltd., 2,030.37; The Levis, 221.50; E. R. 
Lewis Leather Co., Ltd., 240.44; London Shoe Co., Ltd., 227.50; J. Lowe, Corpora- 
tion, 166.32; Luxura Tea Co., 1,625.00; W. C. MacDonald, Inc., 665.49; Mal- 
colm Condensing Co., Ltd., 437.00; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 1,540.00; 
Marshalls Co., Ltd., 18,419.10; M. L. Maynard & Sons, 163.65; McCarthy 
Milling Co., Ltd., 3,086.28; McGregor Clinic, 1,125.00; Meakins & Sons, Ltd., 
237.07; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 8,990.47; Merck & Co., Ltd., 127.54; 
Monarch Knitting Co., Ltd., 413.99; J. H. Moffat, 224.00; W. Moore Paint 
Co., 543.75; Munro Apiaries, 1,890.00; Muratori's Macaroni Manufacturing 
Co., 125.63; National Cellulose of Canada, Ltd., 146.52; National Drug & 
Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 169.67; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 546.82; 
National Textiles, Ltd., 237.86; Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 185.71; Nichols 
Chemical Co., Ltd., 325.44; North American Refractories, Ltd., 194.50; Northern 
Electric Co., Ltd., 470.33; Ontario Chemicals, Ltd., 188.50; Ontario Hos- 
pital, Fort William, 1,150.56; Ontario Hospital, Langstaff, 929.64; Ontario 
Hospital, New Toronto, 801.51; Ontario Hospital School, Orillia, Industries, 
198.00; Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 209.80; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 
Industries, 23,022.60; Ontario Tobacco Co., 340.00; Oxford Farmer's Co-Opera- 
tive Produce Co., Ltd., 1,912.45; Parke, Davis & Co., 573.24; G. Parsons & 
Sons, Ltd., 126.99; J. D. Patterson & Co., 229.44; Patterson & Crosthwaite, 
2,335.42; Procter & Gamble Company of Canada, Ltd., 225.22; Prophylactic 
Brush Company (Canada), Ltd., 129.52; Quaker Oats Co., 301.50; Ratcliff 
Paper Co., Ltd., 228.12; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 1,503.00; J. Richardson & 
Sons, Ltd., 325.00; Royal Canadian Tobacco Co., 560.00; Sarco, Canada, Ltd., 
171.94; L. Simon Co., Ltd., 195.00; A. O. Smith, 123.93; Soaps-Perfumes, Ltd., 
658.00; E. R. Squibb & Sons of Canada, Ltd., 1,355.61; Standard Brands, Ltd., 
253.98; C. A. Starr Co., 938.56; St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 2,111.23; Stevens 
Companies, 359.08; Sundry Male Nurses, room and board allowance, 525.50; 
Sundry Persons, boarded-out patients, 4,957.31; Supertest Petroleum Corpora- 
tion, Ltd., 426.69; Textile Products Co., Ltd., 290.03; Tilleys, Ltd., 163.24; 
Tillsonburg Creamery, Ltd., 622.96; Tip-Top Canners, Ltd., 161.35; Toronto 
& Hamilton Electric Co., Ltd., 107.40; Tuckett, Ltd., 592.87; United Farmers' 
Co-Operative Co., Ltd., 313.50; United Gas & Fuel Company of Hamilton, 
Ltd., 324.40; Vernon & Co., Ltd,, 228.00; Watkins Seeds, Ltd., 312.15; Watson's, 
2,822.35; F. P. Weaver Coal Co., Ltd., 366.08; West Disinfecting Co., 255.02; 
Whites Hardware, Ltd., 452.26; Wilkinson-Kompass, Ltd., 139.96; Wood, 
Alexander & James, Ltd., 892.81; Wonderful Soap Co., Ltd., 1,841.40; J. Wyeth 
& Bro. (Canada), Ltd., 198.84; York Trading, Ltd., 1,304.52; A. B. Zacks, 

1,152.12; Cartage, express and freight, 909.99; musical services, 30.00; 

newspapers and periodicals, 64.31; postage, 752.00; religious services, 460.00; 

telegrams, 50.37; telephone, 1,865.41; accounts under $100, 6,790.23 231,485 62 

Hamilton $529,571 13 

Kingston 

Salaries ($260,889.07) 

N. Armstrong, 180.00; W. Ashby, 1,600.00; E. A. Bartels, 135.41; H. L. Batstone, 
3,050.00; J. K. Beach, 11.29; T. Black, 1,600.00; J. Brown, 1,875.00; E. Camm, 
1,400.00; M. Carman, 1,101.05; T. G. Carnie, 1,375.00; J. H. Charnock, 1,400.00; 

B. Clissold, 1,600.00; G. Cowan, 949.99; C. M. Crawford, 4,000.00; M. Craw- 
ford, 566.64; M. H. Davidson, 866.64; E. Dawson, 1,233.33; H. Day, 1,400.00; 

C. A. Dick, 1,358.33; J. Drumm, 1,800.00; N. B. Ferguson, 1,000.00; H. P. 
Folger, 290.00; M. E. Fowlie, 1,000.00; A. P. Gavan, 1,450.00; W. G. Gibbs, 
1,600.00; W. H. Gillespie, 1,533.33; J. W. Graves, 1,316.67; O. R. Green, 72.58; 
C. W. Groves, 1,200.00; I. S. H. Harper, 72.58; H. B. Holder, 1,233.32; H. W. 
Johnston, 1,366.67; S. Kay, 1,400.00; F. Lambert, 1,300.00; R. C. Lyons, 1,375.00; 
E. Mackintosh, 1,375.00; J. Marshall, 1,350.00; C. H. McCuaig, 3,600.00; K. M. 
McGregor, 2,101.93; J. Miller, 432.00; E. A. Mooney, 1,214.52; S. O. Morris, 
3,000.00; B. J. Murray, 1,181.25; G. L. O'Brien, 1,250.00; F. R. Ohlke, 866.64; 
W. Paupst, 1,600.00; M. H. Pelow, 1,000.00; G. J. Pomeroy, 1,350.00; C. A. 
Richardson, 72.58; J. Roberts, 1,250.00; C. Robinson, 10.48; J. Sharpe, 1,400.00; 
R. Shermer, 1,375.00; P. B. H. Smith, 875.00; I. Stephenson, 1,025.00; C. Sweet, 
1,200.00; C. H. Vipond, 25.81; R. Wallace, 1,133.33; J. L. Walsh, 2,233.33; 
C. R. Wartman, 2,400.00; S. D. Watson, 1,214.58; W. G. Watts, 72.58; W. 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 35 

Ontario Hospital, Kingston — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Webb, 1,400.00; H. D. Wilson, 900.00; R. I. Wolfe, 2,575.00; Domestic Help: 
Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstress, Porter and Messenger, 14,158.37; 
Engineering Staff: Firemen, Shift Engineers and Steamfitter, 16,760.35; 
Farm and Garden: Teamster, 943.75; Attendants and Nurses, 127,728.18; 
Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Internes and Technician, 
5,948.26; Nurses-in-Training, 10,324.19; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 
Contribution re Enlistments, 1,829.11 260,889 07 

Maintenance ($185,266.50) 

Travelling Expenses 770 72 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 7,181 28 

Provisions '. 78,506 79 

Fuel, Light and Water 43,096 69 

Clothing 13,085 36 

Laundry and Cleaning 6,621 69 

Furniture and Furnishings 6,374 78 

Office Expenses 1,725 01 

Farm Expenses 9,738 23 

Contingencies 4,027 82 

Live Stock, etc 3,858 08 

Repairs to Buildings 10,280 05 

Travelling Expenses: 

C. M. Crawford, 43.15; M. H. Davidson, 60.65; C. H. McCuaig, 130.23; K. 
McGregor, 352.29; I. Sills, 44.90; H. B. Squires, 25.95; S. O. Sullivan, 39.35; 
Accounts under $25, 74.20 770 72 

Maintenance: 

Agricultural Chemicals, Ltd., 253.92; All-Weld Co., Ltd., 102.50; Allan Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 190.88; Associated Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 112.86; 
Balfours, Ltd., 158.06; J. Barrett, 171.76; Beaver Specialty, Ltd., 138.00; 
W. J.* Bell Paper Co., Ltd., 176.05; A. G. Birrell, 318.00; Boiler, Furnace & 
Stove Parts, Ltd., 639.00; D. W. Boucher, 200.00; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 
786.54; British & Colonial Trading Co., Ltd., 331.10; British Drug Houses 
(Canada), Ltd., 227.70; Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 114.94; Canada 
Cloak Co., 461.10; Canada Packers, Ltd., 102.40; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 
152.58; Canada Starch Sales Co., Ltd., 997.93; Canada Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., 
155.55; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 146.02; Canadian Industries, 
Ltd., 1,907.72; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 339.41; L. Carman, 
509.10; W. Cassell, 113.60; Cassidy's, Ltd., 1,001.79; J. T. Cassin, 318.75; 
Central Wholesale Grocers, Ltd., 179.50; S. J. Cherry & Sons, Ltd., 1,844.38; 
Chown, Ltd., 1,495.53; C. S. Clark, 3,350.00; Cockshutt Plow Co., Ltd., 106.60; 
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co., Ltd., 361.09; Corbett-Cowley, Ltd., 108.71; Coulter 
Copper & Brass Co., Ltd., 200.00; Crane,'Ltd., 173.45; H. Croft, 120.00; W. H. 
Cunningham & Hill, Ltd., 175.99; Department of Health, 192.25; Drury's 
Supplies, 20,524.18; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 156.00; Eddy Match 
Co., Ltd., 132.15; Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 446.07; Ferranti 
Electric, Ltd., 114.75; E. B. Fielding & Co., 211.43; Garlock Packing Com- 
pany of Canada, Ltd., 213.57; General Films, Ltd., 230.15; General Steel Wares, 
Ltd., 204.37; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 1,774.01; R. Greenlees, 204.39; 
Grinnell Company of Canada, Ltd., 357.37; S. Gumpert Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 561.32; G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 143.77; Hargraft & Sons, Ltd., 703.06; 
J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 423.18; R. B. Hayhoe & Co., Ltd., 1,056.00; Hemlock 
Park Dairy, Ltd., 102.43; Home's Fish Market, 2,069.64; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 
123.44; Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 1,434.45; Indus- 
trial Farm, Burwash, Industries, 453.84; Ingersoll Cream Cheese Co., Ltd., 
257.17; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 281.83; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 1,360.86; 
Iron Fireman Manufacturing Company of Canada, Ltd., 332.40; Johnson & 
Johnson, Ltd., 322.53; R. H. Keyes, 113.10; Keyes & Franke, 105.00; Kingston 
Creamery, 12,677.37; Kingston Public Utilities Commission, 3,167.06; J. Laidlaw 
& Son, 137.92; C. Leach, 355.00; Lever Bros., Ltd., 162.33; E. R. Lewis Leather 
Co., Ltd., 172.55; W. V. Lindsay, 140.00; Livingston Stoker Co., Ltd., 475.40; 
J. Lowe Corporation, 488.22; Luxura Tea Co., 1,905.00; MacCallum Manufac- 
turing Co., 127.02; W. C. MacDonald, Inc., 602.47; MacLachlan Lumber 
& Woodworking Co., 518.32; A. MacLean & Son, 1,259.51; C. E. MacPherson, 
107.00; Malcolm Condensing Co., Ltd., 445.00; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 342.90; 



E36 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, Kingston — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Masco Co., Ltd., 160.24; M. L. Maynard & Sons, 118.80; S. McCallum, 569.00; 
McCarthy Milling Co., Ltd., 1,194.75; Mercer Reformatory, Industries, 5,473.43; 
Merck & Co., Ltd., 105.60; Monarch Knitting Co., Ltd., 109.31; W. Moore 
Paint Co., 693.75; Morris Coal Co., 19,897.81; Muratori's Macaroni Manufac- 
turing Co., 163.68; National Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 
126.37; National Equipment Co., Ltd., 145.00; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 
200.00; National Kream Co., Ltd., 294.00; National Motors, Ltd., 1,080.58; 
Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., 231.30; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 147.92; Ontario 
Cheese Co., 530.66; Ontario Hospital, Hamilton, 1,075.00; Ontario Hospital, 
Langstaff, 595.00; Ontario Hospital, London, 189.00; Ontario Hospital, New 
Toronto, 135.00; Ontario Hospital School, Orillia, Industries, 340.00; Ontario 
Hospital, Whitby, 125.00; Ontario Hospital, Woodstock, 300.00; Ontario 
Oriental Flour Co., Ltd., 270.00; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, Industries, 
17,975.63; O. R. Orser, 2,402.40; Parke, Davis & Co., 226.22; C. Parsons & Son, 
Ltd., 428.27; Procter & Gamble Company of Canada, Ltd., 160.88; Prophy- 
lactic Brush Co. (Canada), Ltd., 107.25; Quaker Oats Co., 496.70; Reckitt 
& Colman (Canada), Ltd., 178.98; J. Reid, 175.00; R. J. Reid & Sons, 105.00; 
W. E. Reid, 110.00; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 1,438.10; G. Robertson & Son, 
Ltd., 1,902.59; Shell Oil Company of Canada, Ltd., 850.79; Smart-Turner 
Machine Co., Ltd., 158.83; Soaps-Perfumes, Ltd., 339.55; Sovereign Film 
Distributors, Ltd., 196.00; Standard Brands, Ltd., 1,955.42; C. A. Starr Co., 
924.31; St. Lawrence Oil & Supply Co., Ltd., 115.30; St. Lawrence Starch Co., 
Ltd., 431.14; Sturgeons, Ltd., 183.84; Sundry Persons, boarded out-patients, 
15,740.62; J. J. Taugher, 264.55; Textile Products, Ltd., 542.44; Thamesville 
Metal Products, Ltd., 162.94; Tip-Top Canners, Ltd., 225.00; Toronto Ele- 
vators, Ltd., 2,016.70; R. H. Toye & Co., 1,932.50; Tuckett, Ltd., 172.00; 
Tweed Milling Co., 3,796.92; Tweddell's, Ltd., 555.25; United Farmers Co- 
operative Co., Ltd., 238.75; Vallance, Brown & Co., Ltd., 109.37; C. R. Van- 
derwater, 474.25; Vandervoort Bros., 1,817.95; J. Varrette, 1,442.10; Vernon 
& Co., Ltd., 143.25; Victoria Paper & Twine Co., Ltd., 453.28; Warren Supply 
Co., 123.35; Watkins Seeds, Ltd., 266.51; Whites Hardware, Ltd., 257.29; 
Wonderful Soap Co., Ltd., 1,223.78; York Trading, Ltd., 806.74; A. B. Zacks, 

941.00; Cartage, express and freight, 1,427.00; musical services, 32.00; 

newspapers and periodicals, 183.39; postage, 694.00; religious services, 600.00; 

telegrams, 51.53; telephone, 1,091.15; accounts under $100, 5,646.48 184,495 78 

Kingston $446,155 57 

Langstaff 

Salaries ($67,377.20) 

E. C. Arnott, 868.75; R. M. Bond, 583.30; K. H. Boyer, 606.24; B. K. Brown, 
1,233.33; R. R. Cuttance, 1,558.33; M. M. Forman, 950.00; R. Frost, 1,012.50; 
E. J. Hambly, 496.00; J. Hamilton, 1,275.00; R. F. Haney, 1,483.33; W. J. 
Irvine, 1,575.00; S. McClelland, 400.00; J. W. Otto, 633.34; K. M. Pack, 450.00; 
W. A. Reddick, 2,925.00; M. Reingold, 67.85; R. Roulston, 957.50; C. B. 
Russell, 1,566.67; C. Styan, 1,233.33; H. Webb, 1,204.84; H. B. White, 1,275.00; 
Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundryman, Porter and Messenger, 3,075.00; Engineer- 
ing Staff: Fireman, Mechanic, 1,787.30; Farm and Garden: Farm Hands, Assist- 
ant Gardner, Teamster, Truck Driver, 9,140.85; Attendants, 30,278.98; Public 
Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 739.76 67,377 20 

Maintenance ($74,576.86) 

Travelling Expenses 415 38 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 3,360 61 

Provisions 16,069 49 

Fuel, Light and Water 3,172 25 

Clothing 5,219 29 

Laundry and Cleaning 2,393 96 

Furniture and Furnishings 396 10 

Office Expenses 626 35 

Farm Expenses 16,567 19 

Contingencies 10,971 99 

Live Stock, etc 6,538 49 

Repairs to Buildings 8,845 76 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 37 

Ontario Hospital, Langstaff — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 
Travelling Expenses: 

W. H. Douglas, 95.68; W. A. Reddick, 227.37; B. Strangways, 25.14; Ac- 
counts under $25, 67.19 415 38 

Maintenance: 

Anglo-Canadian Leather Co., Ltd., 279.43; Balfours, Ltd., 103.29; Barrett 
Bros., 227.10; Boiler, Furnace & Stove Parts, Ltd., 327.27; A. Bradshaw & 
Son, Ltd., 1,540.01; Brvant Press, Ltd., 221.00; Builders' Supplies, Ltd., 1,497.25; 
Burke Electric & X-Ray Corporation, 294.16; R. Burns & Co., 3,475.00; Canada 
& Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 373.15; Canada Packers, Ltd., 1,656.90; Canada 
Paint Co., Ltd., 186.06; Canada Wax & Chemical Co., 127.65; Canadian Indus- 
tries, Ltd., 1,093.28; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 148.14; Cas- 
sidy's, Ltd., 102.24; Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co., Ltd., 105.93; Cooksville Co., 
Ltd., 116.85; Corbett-Cowley, Ltd., 106.85; W. R. Dean, 3,577.25; Depart- 
ment of Health, 114.81; Department of Highways, 1,097.92; Diamond Cleanser 
& Soaps, Ltd., 120.00; G. Dimma, 160.00; Dominion Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., 
556.43; Eaton Hall, 175.00; Eddy Match Co., Ltd., 132.15; Empire Brass Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 233.59; Fairbank Lumber & Coal Co., Ltd., 4,352.04; L. E. 
Franklin, 552.40; K. C. Freeman, 856.25; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 362.14; 
Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 320.39; Grinnell Company of Canada, Ltd., 
121.90; S. Gumpert Company of Canada, Ltd., 187.11; Hanson 16 m.m. Movies, 
Ltd., 108.00; Hargraft & Sons, Ltd., 540.54; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 236.80; 
R. B. Hayhoe & Co., Ltd., 704.00; Hobart Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 416.80; 
Holstien Friesian Association of Canada, 108.00; H. S. Howland Sons & Co., 
Ltd., 133.21; Hunt's, Ltd., 551.20; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
978.25; Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 115.20; Industrial 
Farm, Burwash, Industries, 823.76; Ingersoll Cream Cheese Co., Ltd., 373.24; 
Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 247.75; Lever Bros., Ltd., 134.14; J. A. Lobraico 
Co., 134.40; W. C. MacDonald, Inc., 1,763.42; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 
920.55; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 3,769.56; Masco Co., Ltd., 133.44; Massey-Harris 
Co., Ltd., 510.14; D. Mclntyre & Co., 622.70; A. P. McLauchlan, 176.22; R. R. 
McLaughlin, 350.00; Meadowwood Farm, 850.00; Mercer Reformatory Indus- 
tries, 509.09; Mills & Hadwin, Ltd., 868.06; W. Moore Paint Co., 332.75; Mount 
Victoria Farms, 1,700.00; Muratori's Macaroni Manufacturing Co., 267.75; 
National Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 222.55; National Grocers 
Co., Ltd., 160.56; Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., 177.15; Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., 
Ltd., 126.00; Ontario Hospital, Hamilton, 490.36; Ontario Hospital, Kingston, 
350.00; Ontario Hospital, New Toronto, 494.76; Ontario Hospital School, 
Orillia, Industries, 399.00; Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 5,568.19; Ontario Oriental 
Flour Co., Ltd., 110.00; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 809.69; Ontario Reforma- 
tory, Guelph, Industries, 4,449.02; Quaker Oats Co., 165.00; F. W. Reicheld 
& Son, 200.00; W. E. Reid, 114.00; Rex Tailoring Co., 308.75; R. C. Riddell, 
255.00; J. Robertson Co., Ltd., 118.17; A. C. Robinson, 115.44; G. Rodanz, 
750.00; Roe Poultry Ranch, 100.00; E. Rogers Co., Ltd., 1,979.88; Roofers 
Supply Co., Ltd., 133.11; Rowntree Co., Ltd., 178.41; Royal Canadian Tobacco 
Co.. 280.00; L. Simon Co., Ltd., 197.20; Singer Sewing Machine Co., 118.20; 
J. B. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 159.22; Sovereign Film Distributors, Ltd., 180.00; 
Standard Brands, Ltd., 510.57; St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 981.37; Thayers, 
Ltd., 2,945.91; City of Toronto, 5,264.79; Tuckett, Ltd., 534.24; United Farmers 
Co-Operative Co., Ltd., 875.01; P. Usher, 191.00; Victoria Paper & Twine Co., 
Ltd., 113.00; Watkins Seeds, Ltd., 1,259.67; Wheeler & Bain, Ltd., 171.30; 
Whites Hardware, Ltd., 575.20; Wilkinson-Kompass, Ltd., 161.46; A. B. Zacks, 

839.75; York Trading, Ltd., 615.68; Cartage, express^ and freight, 311.96; 

newspapers and periodicals, 31.60; postage, 200.00; religious services, 360.00; 

telephone, 641.52; accounts under $100, 5,278.93 83,852 53 

Less: Provisions, etc., transferred Concord Unit 9,691 05 

74,161 48 

Langstaff $141,954 06 

Langstaff 
Concord Unit 

Salaries ($13,247.63) 

Undergraduate Medical Interne, 85.59; Domestic Help: Cooks, 2,025.00; Engineering 

Staff: Mechanics, 3,543.75; Farmer, 700.00; Supervisor and Attendants, 6,893.29. 13,247 63 



E38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, Langstaff — Continued 
Concord Unit — Continued 

Maintenance ($12,731.57) 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 387 33 

Provisions 7,048 96 

Fuel, Light and Water 1 ,066 33 

Clothing 506 35 

Laundry and Cleaning 315 71 

Furniture and Furnishings 724 50 

Office Expenses 76 12 

Farm Expenses 77 57 

Contingencies 1,715 94 

Repairs to Buildings 812 76 

Boiler, Furnace & Stove Parts, Ltd., 210.95; Department of Highways, 259.63; 
Fairbank Lumber & Coal Co., Ltd., 394.13; Hudson Coal & Ice Co., Ltd., 
521.55; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 371.59; E. Rogers Co., 

Ltd., 617.00; Ontario Hospital, Langstaff, 9,691.05; Thayers, Ltd., 150.36; 

Newspapers and periodicals, 29.49; telephone, 83.42; accounts under $100, 

402.40 12,731 57 

Langstaff, Concord Unit $25,979 20 

London 

Salaries ($357,444.51) 

R. M. Boughton, 40.40; A. Buckland, 1,400.00; L. E. Carpenter, 400.00; A. Carroll, 
1,125.00; R. H. Clemens, 1,800.00; D. M. Cornwall, 850.00; A. Davies, 1,400.00; 
A. W. Demerling, 1,375.00; W. W. Dobson, 1,181.25; A. Dodd, 1,400.00; J. H. 
Douglas, 46.85; C. W. Dyson, 55.32; W. J. Earle, 2,650.00; F. S. Fisher, 3,000.00; 
V. E. Foreht, 700.00; J. Forrester, 945.00; D. Fraser, 1,458.35; W. Gale, 1,600.00; 
J. C. Gourley, 1,358.33; J. D. Grieve, 1,900.00; F. A. Griffiths, 453.34; W. M. 
Halpin, 925.00; H. Hellerova, 711.19; G. E. Hobbs, 1,000.00; E. W. Hodgetts, 
1,200.00; H. Hunter, 1,200.00; G. K. Ingham, 79.03; P. M. James, 674.77; 
W. T. Joynt, 2,233.38; W. Jubb, 1,500.00; V. H. Kettle, 1,150.00; O. A. King, 
1,200.00; W. E. Knight, 1,400.00; H. N. Lewis, 2,575.00; J. Lindsay, 93.71; 
E. G. Locke, 525.00; G. H. Lugsdin, 2,925.00; H. M. Marshall, 1,775.00; W. G. 
Mason, 1,366.67; J. May, 1,400.00; A. McCausland, 3,800.00; J. R. McGeoch, 
2,400.00; J. Mclntyre, 925.00; F. L. McKercher, 1,120.97; M. E. Messenger, 
200.00; H. Milmine, 1,200.00; F. Moffatt, 1,400.00; G. W. Neale, 499.98; E. G. 
Nichol, 328.47; A. Officer, 1,316.67; A. L. Paddick, 1,125.00; M. I. Pearson, 
541.65; L. S. Penrose, 3,050.00; H. M. Raymer, 225.00; S. Rose, 1,600.00; A. 
Routledge, 1,075.00; J. C. Rush, 1,600.00; V. E. Russell, 225.00; A. Snelgrove, 
1,600.00; W. O. Soutar, 1,450.00; M. E. Sparling, 1,358.33; F. Sperring, 1,300.00; 

E. E. Spooner, 883.30; J. Stark, 1,200.00; G. H. Stevenson, 6,600.00; M. Straker, 
2,575.00; H. J. Stumpf, 1,400.00; W. P. Tew, 511.43; M. A. Thiel, 1,005.56; 

F. M. Thomas, 1,700.00; L. E. Thomas, 775.00; P. J. Tingey, 1,275.00; C. Tribe, 
1,241.67; E. M. Walls, 1,366.67; M. O. Walters, 1,600.00; H. Waterhouse, 
1,087.50; W. T. Watmore, 179.03; D. Watt, 1,300.00; J. W. Wilson, 1,600.00; 
Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstresses, Porter and Messenger, 
31,684.48; Engineering Staff: Firemen, Shift Engineers, Mechanic, Watchman, 
12,679.47; Farm and Garden: Farm Hands, Teamster, 5,368.75; Attendants 
and Nurses, Nurse-Attendants, 185,611.54; Occupational Therapists, Occupa- 
tional Therapy Internes, 5,336.61; Nurses-in-Training, 10,311.96; Public Service 
Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 2,737.98 357,444 51 

Maintenance ($240,418.16) 

Travelling Expenses 1,719 49 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 11 ,944 22 

Provisions 102,808 62 

Fuel, Light and Water 20,987 37 

Clothing 22,060 07 

Laundry and Cleaning 11,514 91 

Furniture and Furnishings 19,385 73 

Office Expenses 3,554 22 

Farm Expenses 17,360 08 

Contingencies 4,058 26 

Live Stock, etc 10,236 59 

Repairs to Buildings 14,788 60 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 39 

Ontario Hospital, London — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 
Travelling Expenses: 

W. J. Earle, 161.20; J. D. Grieve, 329.30; G. E. Hobbs, 89.45; M. Messenger, 
74.30; L. S. Penrose, 295.90; M. E. Sparling, 405.34; G. H. Stevenson, 165.10; 
F. M. Thomas, 93.45; Accounts under $25, 105.45 1,719 49 

Maintenance: 

All-Weld Co., Ltd., 137.50; American Can Co., 992.63; Anglo-Canadian Leather 
Co., Ltd., 128.76; J. R. Armstrong, 150.00; Balfours, Ltd., 1390.03; Bauer & 
Black, 372.78; Beldam Asbestos Packing, Ltd., 157.79; W. J. Bell Paper Co., 
Ltd., 148.48; G. H. Belton Lumber Co., Ltd., 440.20; Boeckh Co., Ltd., 148.15; 
Boiler, Furnace & Stove Parts, Ltd., 135.75; Bowes Co., Ltd., 135.00; A. Brad- 
shaw & Son, Ltd., 1,303.41; British & Colonial Trading Co., Ltd., 790.89; P. 
Burns & Co., Ltd., 1,484.99; R. Burns & Co., 1,619.90; H. C. Burton & Co., 
114.72; Canada Packers, Ltd., 2,235.09; Canada Starch Sales Co., Ltd., 192.50; 
Canada Vinegars, Ltd., 116.19; Canada Wax & Chemical Co., 753.31; Canadian 
General Electric Co., Ltd., 304.93; Canadian General Rubber Co., Ltd., 250.25; 
Canadian Industrial Alcohol Co., Ltd., 100.79; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 
2,779.51; Canadian Laundry Machinery Co., Ltd., 182.96; Canadian National 
Institute for the Blind, 529.83; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 405.00; Canadian 
Pacific Railway Co., 141.41; Canadian Powers Regulator Co., Ltd., 258.26; 
Cassidy's, Ltd., 1,105.33; S. J. Cherry & Sons, Ltd., 1,170.00; City Gas Com- 
pany of London, 196.95; Clark Caster Co., Ltd., 120.00; Cockshutt Plow Co., 
Ltd., 150.61; Coleman Packing Co., Ltd., 3,532.43; Colgate-Palmolive-Peet 
Co., Ltd., 256.86; Connaught Laboratories, 141.12; G. & R. J. Cook, 9,892.59; 
Copp Builders' Supply Co., Ltd., 1,257.83; W. H. Cunningham & Hill, Ltd., 
238.62; Dalglish (Ontario), Ltd., 103.62; Department of Health, 244.92; Depart- 
ment of Public Works, 315.00; Dominion Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., 858.14; C. A. 
Dunham Co., Ltd., 297.18; East End Lumber & Supply Co., 157.58; Eastman 
Photographic Stores, Ltd., 205.01; Eddy Match Co., Ltd., 165.15; Elliott, 
Marr & Co., Ltd., 5,167.66; Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 481.58; 
T. B. Escott & Co., Ltd., 518.88; Ferranti Electric, Ltd., 275.00; E. B. Fielding 
& Co., 211.98; Forest Basket Co., Ltd., 176.66; H. O. Foucar, 617.00; J. W. 
Garlick, 133.50; General Steel Wares, Ltd., 212.28; Gordon, MacKay & Co., 
Ltd., 1,784.51; Gorman, Eckert & Co., Ltd., 2,600.62; Granger-Taylor, Ltd., 
548:54; Great Star Flour Mills, Ltd., 5,202.00; S. E. Griffin & Son, 165.00; 
Grinnell Company of Canada, Ltd., 267.67; Hanger Limb Co., 270.00; G. A. 
Hardie & Co., Ltd., 697.62; Hargraft & Sons, Ltd., 582.36; J. F. Hartz Co., 
Ltd., 763.24; J. Hill, 4,268.84; Hobbs Glass, Ltd., 312.02; Hobbs Hardware 
Co., Ltd., 374.54; W. Holmes, Ltd., 100.14; D. H. Howden & Co., Ltd., 367.28; 
Hygiene Products, Ltd., 362.47; Ilderton Farmer's Co-Operative Co., Ltd., 690.00; 
Imperialle Fuels, Ltd., 13,332.53; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 162.10; Industrial Farm, 
Burwash, Industries, 1,707.00; Ingersoll Cream Cheese Co., Ltd., 308.34; Ingram 
& Bell, Ltd., 360.00; Institute of Public Health Faculty, 436.32; Interlake Tissue 
Mills Co., Ltd., 3,970.50; C. A. Ironside, 910.29; W. A. Jenkins Manufactur- 
ing Co., Ltd., 529.20; A. Johnston, 207.53; Kellogg Company of Canada, Ltd., 
411.75; R. Kerr, 1,100.00; Langmuir Paint Co., Ltd., 2,814.76; C. Leach, 4,312.58; 
E. Leonard & Sons, Ltd., 137.43; Lever Bros., Ltd., 657.33; City of London, 
1,651.29; London Shoe Co., Ltd., 250.00; J. Lowe Corporation, 408.02; Luxura 
Tea Co., 2,080.00; W. C. MacDonald, Inc., 2,190.83; Malcolm Condensing 
Co., Ltd., 597.50; C. A. Mann & Co., 16,406.44; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 227.40; 
Massev-Harris Co., Ltd., 338.08; McCormicks, Ltd., 134.00; H. A. Mclntyre, 
5,012.57; A. P. McLauchlan, 1,326.32; W. McPhillips, Ltd., 212.57; Mercer 
Reformatory Industries, 20,535.78; S. Merrill, 152.50; Mills & Hadwin, Ltd., 
625.00; Monarch Knitting Co., Ltd., 215.63; Moore Fruit Co., Ltd., 338.35; 
Morgan's Supply House, 133.75; Moule & Young, Ltd., 629.50; Muratori's 
Macaroni Manufacturing Co., 437.50; A. Murray & Co., Ltd., 230.16; National 
Grocers Co., Ltd., 960.24; Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 394.62; Northern 
Electric Co., Ltd., 124.99; Offner Electronic, Inc., 275.00; Ogilvie Flour Mills 
Co., Ltd., 263.30; Ontario Chemicals, Ltd., 111.00; Ontario Cheese Co., 1,520.34; 
Ontario Hospital, New Toronto, 110.00; Ontario Hospital School, Orillia, In- 
dustries, 1,090.00; Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 441.00; Ontario Oriental Flour 
Co., Ltd., 178.50; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, Industries, 15,291.87; Ontario 
Tobacco Co., 272.00; Oxford Farmers' Co-Operatve Produce Co., Ltd., 1,374.00; 
Parke, Davis & Co., 1,055.69; J. W. Patience, 362.15; Pendrith Machinery 
Co., Ltd., 142.75; Phil-Penn Products, 132.00; Procter & Gamble Companv 
of Canada, Ltd., 160.87; Prophylactic Brush Co. (Canada), Ltd., 227.23; Public 
Utilities Commission of London, 5,269.86; Quaker Oats Co., 472.95; C. M. Quick, 



E40 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, London — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

231.00; Ratcliffe Paper Co., Ltd., 178.75; Reckitt & Colman (Canada), Ltd., 
134.94; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 481.00; J. Robertson Co., Ltd., 182.07; Roe 
Farms Milling Co., 3,361.90; Roe Poultry Ranch, 284.00; Royal Canadian 
Tobacco, 210.00; Sansone Fruit Co., Ltd., 613.16; Schick Service Inc., 475.11; 
Silverstein's, 3,848.55; Silverwood Dairies, Ltd., 225.40; L. Simon Co., Ltd., 
112.50; Sovereign Film Distributors, Ltd., 112.00; Spittal Bros., Ltd., 220.00; 
Spramotor, Ltd., 226.95; Standard Brands, Ltd., 598.91; C. A. Starr Co., 646.09; 
Strathroy Flour Mills, 2,590.33; St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 1,725.89; Strong's, 
194.64; Sundry Persons, boarded-out patients, 21,448.29; Supertest Petroleum 
Corporation, Ltd., 516.32; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 188.13; Textile Products 
Co., Ltd., 378.91; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 979.50; C. Trebilcock, 121.45; 
Tuckett, Ltd., 183.66; United Farmers Co-Operative Co., Ltd., 147.50; Van- 
stone Motors, Ltd., 194.89; Watkins Seeds, Ltd., 1,101.60; West Disinfecting 
Co., 233.88; Whites Hardware, Ltd., 393.35; S. C. Williams, 243.85; Witts 
Fertilizer Works, 804.64; Wonderful Soap Co., Ltd., 1,302.00; J. Wright & 

Co., 224.89; York Trading, Ltd., 1,437.24; A. B. Zacks, 702.50; Cartage, 

express and freight, 1,157.16; musical services, 75.00; newspapers and periodicals, 
257.70; postage, 946.00; religious services, 345.00; telegrams, 48.05; telephone, 
912.45; accounts under $100, 6,518.97 238,698 67 

London $597,862 67 

New Toronto 

Salaries ($263,185.84) 

G. Adamson, 1,350.00; P. Allport, 1,600.00; W. J. Armstrong, 1,375.00; G. M. 
Atkinson, 925.00; E. E. Bond, 816.70; S. Bookhalter, 2,625.00; N. M. Bris- 
bois, 925.00; E. M. Buss, 843.75; B. Caplan, 275.56; P. I. Carlson, 925.00; 
W. A. Chipman, 2,275.00; C. A. Cleland, 3,450.00; T. D. Cumberland, 5,600.00; 
J. C. Davidson, 1,325.00; A. I. Deadman, 868.75; W. A. I. Doherty, 2,575.00; 
N. L. Easton, 3,400.00; R. M. L. Edwards, 2,575.00; T England, 1,200.00; 
O. W. Fenn, 1,156.25; J. S. French, 1,575.00; C. Gardiner, 1,641.67; W. Geddes, 
1,400.00; C. D„ Gourlie, 1,833.33; D. Graham, 850.00; P. C. Graham, 1,352.57; 
W. A. Hawke, 70.00; A. J. Heikkinen, 850.00; G. E. Jenkins, 2,250.00; H. W. 
Johnston, 60.00; W. H. King, 1,350.00; T. W. Kirby, 1,350.00; P. A. Lanch- 
bury, 1,341.67; J. A. R. Lewis, 71.07; F. W. MacKay, 1,375.00; R. Maxwell, 
1,600.00; M. McArthur, 1,250.00; N. McAuley, 2,000.00; T. J. McBrien, 1,350.00; 
M. E. McDevitt, 550.00; D. B. McKee, 63.01; S. J. McKinley, 346.77; E. T. 
McKnight, 1,400.00; B. M. J. McNeill, 1,533.33; D. C. McVicker, 540.00; 
E. W. Mitchell, 370.00; L. E. Moore, 1,125.00; A. L. Morgan, 450.00; J. L. 
Murcklen, 500.00; L. M. Oliver, 1,516.67; J. W. Otto, 368.80; R. Parkin, 1,333.33; 
H. K. Patton, 2,333.33; L. D. Proctor, 1,800.00; C. Rae, 520.00; S. A. Rogers, 
502.67; E. A. Rothery, 849.96; M. E. Sanford, 375.00; G. Scott, 1,162.50; A. W. 
Seddon, 1,275.00; P. J. Shackleton, 1,233.33; W. L. Sherrett, 1,275.00; W. L. 
Sinclair, 1,297.92; E. B. Sisley, 2,233.33; A. Smith, 1,600.00; A. M. Stewart, 
1,200.00; J. Sutherland, 1,775.00; A. E. Tulo, 1,137.50; S. Walsom, 1,400.00; 
A. White, 916.65; Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstress, 
Porter and Messenger, 14,112.06; Engineering Staff: Firemen, Shift Engineers, 
Watchman, 10,298.57; Farm and Garden: Truck Drivers, 2,150.00; Attend- 
ants and Nurses, Nurse-Attendants, 125,606.31; Occupational Therapists, 
Occupational Therapy Internes, Laboratory Technician, 4,794.16; Nurses-in- 
Training, 11,485.57; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re 
Enlistments, 2,098.75 263,185 84 

Maintenance ($214,107.69) 

Travelling Expenses 274 85 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 11,093 77 

Provisions 115,940 10 

Fuel, Light and Water 15,309 66 

Clothing 18,388 37 

Laundry and Cleaning 8,417 65 

Furniture and Furnishings 12,345 18 

Office Expenses 2,612 21 

Farm Expenses 13,190 25 

Contingencies 5,153 58 

Live Stock, etc 2,330 38 

Repairs to Buildings 9.051 69 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 41 

Ontario Hospital, New Toronto — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 
Travelling Expenses: 

C. A. Cleland, 96.15; N. L. Easton, 80.08; L. Oliver, 44.05; W. Sherrett, 35.52: 

Accounts under $25, 19.05 274 85 

Maintenance: 

Alfey's Cleaners & Dyers, 143.93; All-Weld Co., Ltd., 264.50; A. Armstrong, 
785.09; Atlantic-Acadia Sugar Sales Co., Ltd., 749.85; Babcock- Wilcox & 
Goldie-McCulloch, Ltd., 154.08; Balfours, Ltd., 387.49; Barker-Bredin Bakeries, 
450.00; Barrett Bros., 810.40; Bauer & Black, 526.25; Beaver Specialty Co., 
Ltd., 784.90; Becton Dickinson & Co., 182.48; W. J. Bell Paper Co., Ltd., 164.74; 
Birks-Ellis-Ryrie, Ltd., 115.00; G. S. Blakeslee Co., Ltd., 233.26; Boiler, Fur- 
nace & Stove Parts, Ltd., 128.57; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 1,726.78; British 
& Colonial Trading Co., Ltd., 349.70; Builders' Supplies, Ltd., 287.85; R. Burns 
& Co., 4,865.23; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 1,536.41; Canada Packers, 
Ltd., 649.90; Canada Vinegars, Ltd., 133.96; Canadian General Electric Co., 
Ltd., 100.60; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 2,213.68; Canadian National Institute 
for the Blind, 264.55; Canadian Powers Regulator Co., Ltd., 123.79; Cassidy's, 
Ltd., 1,268.00; Central Wholesale Grocers, Ltd., 640.16; S. J. Cherry & Sons, 
Ltd., 1,161.89; Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co., Ltd., 185.61; Connaught Labora- 
tories, 230.40; Consolidated Plate Glass Company of Canada, Ltd., 137.44; 
Crane, Ltd., 137.58; W. J. Crothers Co., Ltd., 254.90; T. Currie, 192.96; Dalg- 
lish (Ontario), Ltd., 358.05; Department of Health, 919.24; Department of 
Highways, 565.24; Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 312.70; Dominion Salt 
Co., Ltd., 118.25; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 148.81; Empire Brass 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 128.43; Township of Etobicoke, 116.50; Erindale 
Orchards, 404.70; Etobicoke Township Hydro-Electric Commission, 130.33; 
Everist Bros., Ltd., 100.45; Fairbank Lumber & Coal Co., Ltd., 1,107.53; 
Ferranti Electric, Ltd., 1,004.28; W. Ford, 162.50; J. Garde & Co., Ltd., 115.45; 
General Steel Wares, Ltd., 185.12; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 1,469.12; 
S. E. Griffin & Son, 752.50; Grinnell Company of Canada, Ltd., 712.76; S. 
Gumpert Company of Canada, Ltd.. 697.49; Hamilton Bros., 118.15; G. A. 
Hardie & Co., Ltd., 376.56; Hargraft & Sons, Ltd., 800.18; J. F. Hartz Co., 
Ltd., 1,034.48; R. B. Hayhoe & Co., Ltd., 1,760.00; S. Hisey & Sons, Ltd., 
537.32; Hogg & Lytle, Ltd., 360.75; G. H. Hogle, 1,070.00; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 
1,119.38; Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 166.36; Index 
Card Co., Ltd., 114.45; Industrial Farm, Burwash, Industries, 642.12; Ingersoll 
Cream Cheese Co., Ltd., 142.60; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 346.53; Interlake Tissue 
Mills, Co., Ltd., 1,236.75; F. T. James Co., Ltd., 577.35; Kipling Farms Dairy, 
615.60; F. A. Lallemand & Co., Ltd., 210.80; Lever Bros., Ltd., 859.56; The 
Levis, 1,178.25; Link-Belt, Ltd., 136.64; Liquor Control Board of Ontario, 
107.00; London Shoe Co., Ltd., 235.00; Village of Long Branch, 1,795.63; Luxura 
Tea Co., 4,875.00; MacCallum Manufacturing Co., 356.25; W. C. MacDonald, 
Inc., 1,981.10; W. Mackay, 177.65; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 14,902.30; Marvello 
Manufacturing Co., 210.00; Masco Co., Ltd., 150.09; Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., 
420.20; McBride Bros., Ltd., 510.13; McCarthy Milling Co., Ltd., 3,479.78; 

D. Mclntyre & Co., Ltd., 933.05; Medalta Potteries, Ltd., 662.64; Mercer 
Reformatory Industries, 11,887.37; Merck & Co., Ltd., 188.62; E. T. Middle- 
brook, 113.40; Munro Apiaries, 2,022.30; Muratori's Macaroni Manufacturing 
Co., 171.70; National Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 426.63; 
National Grocers Co., Ltd., 1,299.39; National Woodenware Co., 237.74; Town 
of New Toronto, 300.00; New Toronto Fish Market, 883.97; New Toronto 
Ice Cream Co., 936.00; New Toronto Public Utilities Commission, 8.492.01; 
Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 162.87; Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., 306.00; 
Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 412.00; Ontario Cheese Co., 757.66; Ontario 
Chemicals, Ltd., 111.00; Ontario Hospital, Brockville, 305.00; Ontario Hos- 
pital, Fort William, 613.78; Ontario Hospital, Hamilton, 570.00; Ontario Hos- 
pital, Langstaff, 1,573.20; Ontario Hospital School, Orillia, 504.38; Ontario 
Hospital School, Orillia, Industries, 664.00; Ontario Hospital, Penetang, 140.00; 
Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 383.92; Ontario Hospital, Whitbv, 420.00; Ontario 
Hospital, Woodstock, 531.59; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 12,519.48; Ontario 
Reformatorv, Guelph, Industries, 28,266.07; Parke, Davis & Co., 1,016.64; 
W. Pinkney & Sons, 130.00; Plate & Structural Steel Products Co., Ltd., 152.16; 
Procter & Gamble Company of Canada, Ltd., 321.75; Quaker Oats Co., 1,373.45; 
Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 254.85; Rex Tailoring Co., 148.50; E. Rogers Co., 
Ltd., 3,425.32; J. B. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 643.02; Soaps-Perfumes, Ltd., 606.25; 

E. R. Squibb & Sons of Canada, Ltd., 125.32; St. Lawrence Fish Market, 973.10; 
St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 1,420.94; St. Lawrence Sugar Refineries, Ltd., 



E42 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, New Toronto — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

256.71; Standard Brands, Ltd., 353.05; C. A. Starr Co., 726.95; Stevens Com- 
panies, 214.80; Sundry Persons, boarded-out patients, 24,396.39; Swift Cana- 
dian Co., Ltd., 3,099.85; Taylor-Fcrbes, Ltd., 115.84; Textile Products Co., 
Ltd., 538.00; Thayers, Ltd., 344.12; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 612.04; Toronto 
General Trusts Corporation, 150.00; Toronto Salt Works, Ltd., 376.00; Tuckett, 
Ltd., 146.50; Uniforms Registered, 130.00; United Farmers Co-Operative Co., 
Ltd., 2,103.50; Vernon & Co., Ltd., 285.00; Victoria Paper & Twine Co., Ltd., 
367.25; G. H. Walker, 478.50; Watkins Seeds, Ltd., 513.29; F. P. Weaver Coal 
Co., Ltd., 3,099.21; West Disinfecting Co., 132.71; Western Canada Flour 
Mills Co., Ltd., 157.50; Wheeler & Bain, Ltd., 322.18; Whites Hardware, Ltd., 

391.03; York Trading, Ltd., 1,963.66; A. B. Zacks, 440.50; Cartage, express 

and freight, 863.83; newspapers and periodicals, 181.40; postage, 772.23; reli- 
gious services, 400.00; telegrams, 102.22; telephone, 1,579.18; accounts under 
$100, 6,376.99 213,832 84 

New Toronto $477,293 53 

Orillia Hospital School 

Salaries ($275,892.07) 

H. Allinson, 1,500.00; C. B. Angell, 1,600.00; E. Anger, 85.48; D. H. Ball, 1,250.00; 
V. J. Bareham, 1,018.75; W. W. Barraclough, 210.00; E. J. Benner, 1,450.00; 
S. Bickford, 1,400.00; W. G. Bird, 1,475.00; R. J. Bradley, 1,200.00; R. C. 
Brain, 1,341.67; S. J. Bredin, 2,075.00; Z. Brennan, 925.00; H. I. Brillinger, 
837.50; C. Brotherton, 1,350.00; F. Burton, 1,300.00; M. A. Cameron, 850.00; 
W. Church, 1,400.00; R. Cole, 1,233.33; A. Craig, 563.86; K. Cunningham, 
1,400.00; M. F. T. Cunningham, 868.75; C. E. J. Desbien, 1,125.00; H. Des- 
borough, 1,450.00; J. A. Dilworth, 1,600.00; E. J. Downev, 1,700.00; R. E. 
Duncan, 1,250.00; A. J. Eagles, 93.71; C. J. Ferguson, 1,233.33; R. Frost, 
100.00; J. Gidman, 1,400.00; H. W. Gill, 1,350.00; H. D. L. Goodfellow, 1,466.67; 
D. J. Graham, 925.00; F. A. Graham, 1,400.00; N. Green, 93.71 ; D. Hale, 1,600.00; 
F. C. Hamilton, 3,525.00; T. B. Harvey, 1,933.33; H. I. Home, 150.00; S. J. W. 
Home, 5,400.00; E. J. Kettley, 1,350.00; C. G. Kirkpatrick, 3,000.00; F. C. 
Lankin, 2,199.96; T. A. MacDonald, 1,550.00; P. R. MacFarlane, 83.87; M. J. 
Marqueratt, 1,333.33; K. A. McDougall, 1,475.00; W. M. Mcllmoule, 90.38; 
A. S. McLean, 1,250.00; E. V. Metcalfe, 900.00; F. E. Moore, 1,162.50; G. 
Pettit, 1,374.93; P. M. Regan, 925.00; J. P. Renton, 1,350.00; J. S. Roberts, 
940.89; A. Rosser, 1,350.00; M. Rowe, 925.00; H. V. Sansom, 1,150.00; J. V. 
Seymour, 1,600.00; G. Smith, 1,342.48; R. A. Smith, \,333.33; R. M. Smith, 
850.00; W. J. Smith, 775.00; H. B. Squires, 549.99; J. B. Stephenson, 850.00; 
P. A. A. Stubley, 1,725.00; E. Tennant, 1,400.00; J. Thomson, 1,725.00; R. F. 
Thomson, 1,350.00; J. White, 1,375.01; J. H. Whitfield, 1,600.00; C. H. Wilson, 
2,180.64; N. T. Woods, 1,150.00; C. B. Wright, 1,075.00; J. Wright, 1,300.00; 
J. A. Zarfas, 2,800.00; Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seams- 
tresses, Assistant Dietitian, 25,703.36; Engineering Staff: Firemen, Shift 
Engineers, 10,504.05; Farm and Garden: Farm Hands, Herdsman, Truck 
Drivers, 6,275.00; Attendants, Nurses, Nurse- Attendants, Laboratory Tech- 
nician, 115,766.27; Nurses-in-Training, 5,200.52; Teachers, 11,066.47; Public 
Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 854.00 275,892 07 

Maintenance ($307,529.14) 

Travelling Expenses 595 23 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 8,673 42 

Provisions 120,707 10 

Fuel, Light and W'ater 54,737 37 

Clothing 38,882 24 

Laundry and Cleaning 11,727 76 

Furniture and Furnishings 19,053 96 

Office Expenses 1,944 09 

Farm Expenses 24,976 19 

Contingencies 4,863 54 

Industries 13,368 1 1 

Repairs to Building 8,000 13 

Travelling Expenses: 

H. D. Goodfellow, 34.15; F. C. Hamilton, 25.09; S. J. W. Home, 64.15; D. Jeffrey, 

41.12; J. Marqueratt, 317.67; Accounts under $25, 113.05 595 23 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 43 

Orillia Hospital School — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 
Maintenance: 

J. C. Addison, 447.90; All-Weld Co., Ltd., 246.50; Anglo-Canadian Drug Co., 
Ltd., 132.30; Anglo-Canadian Leather Co., Ltd., 1,245.75; Associated Chem- 
ical Company of Canada, Ltd., 141.07; Atlantic- Acadia Sugar Sales Co., Ltd., 
1,405.04; Balfours, Ltd., 480.94; S. Battalia & Sons, 882.48; Bauer & Black, 
408.57; Beardmore & Co., Ltd., 2,107.75; Beaver Specialty, Ltd., 1,034.90; 
Beaver Valley Co-Operative Fruit Growers, Ltd., 510.00; W. H. Beers, 137.61; 
Beldam Asbestos Packing, Ltd., 127.66; W. J. Bell Paper Co., Ltd, 161.36; 
Bennett, Ltd., 121.96; Blatchford Feeds, Ltd., 1,318.63; Boiler, Furnace & 
Stove Parts, Ltd., 1,229.66; Borden Co., Ltd., 132.30; Bowes Co., Ltd., 101.40; 
M. Boyd, 215.52; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 8,881.88; British & Colonial Trad- 
ing Co., Ltd., 967.30; Brunner, Mond Canada Sales, Ltd., 276.15; D. T. Burnie, 
334.00; R. Burns & Co., Ltd., 5,191.89; R. J. Cairns, 718.95; Canada Cloak 
Co., 529.20; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 1,134.01; Canada Glove 
Co., 100.00; Canada Packers, Ltd., 5,605.88; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 182.45; 
Canada Starch Sales Co., Ltd., 553.88; Canada Wax & Chemical Co., 277.50; 
Canada Wood Specialty Co., Ltd., 514.15; Canadian General Electric Co., 
Ltd., 203.45; Canadian General Rubber Co., Ltd., 359.27; Canadian Germicide 
Co., Ltd., 126.90; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 1,599.08; Canadian National 
Institute for the Blind, 479.34; E. A. Carter, 160.80; Cassidy's, Ltd., 955.60; 
Central Wholesale Grocers, Ltd., 432.40; Colgate- Palmolive-Peet Co., Ltd., 
1,111.94; Collingwood Milling Co., 3,367.34; Consolidated Plate Glass Com- 
pany of Canada, Ltd., 130.42; Copeland Flour Mills, Ltd., 2,333.35; W. H. 
Cunningham & Hill, Ltd., 125.67; Dalglish (Ontario), Ltd., 137.20; Delany 
& Pettit, Ltd., 359.00; DeLaval Co., Ltd., 986.08; Department of Highways, 
163.61; Department of Public Works, 210.00; Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 
180.27; Dominion Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., 1,239.43; Dominion Lumber Co., 
530.74; Dominion Salt Co., Ltd., 797.50; M. Dunn, 280.00; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 
743.24; Eddy Match Co., Ltd., 138.77; Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
371.29; E. B. Fielding & Co., 119.47; First Co-Operative Packers of Ontario, 
Ltd., 537.90; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 154.92; General Films, Ltd., 138.42; 
General Steel Wares, Ltd., 279.49; Gentiles', 2,498.58; A. Gilchrist, 112.60; 
Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 9,110.69; S. E. Griffin & Son, 1,374.00; Grinnell 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 325.27; S. Gumpert Company of Canada, Ltd., 
325.20; G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 241.91; Hargraft & Sons, Ltd., 1,868.49; 
Harrisons & Crossfield, Canada, Ltd., 133.12; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 976.69; 
Higgins & Burke, Ltd., 138.45; Hobbs Glass, Ltd., 136.00; Hospital & Kitchen 
Equipment Co., Ltd., 120.00; H. S. Howland Sons & Co., Ltd., 182.23; Imperial 
Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 116.45; Industrial Farm, Burwash, 
750.00; Industrial Farm, Burwash, Industries, 666.66; Ingersoll Cream Cheese 
Co., Ltd., 395.01; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 658.03; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., 
Ltd., 507.28; T. W. Jermey, 532.55; L. L. Kaake, 262.50; H. B. Kennedy, Ltd., 
106.00; R. Kerr, 516.00; W. H. King & Co., 423.10; Lakeside Milling Co., Ltd., 
1,188.00; Lawson's Grocery, 1,200.75; Lever Bros., Ltd., 835.10; The Levis, 
881.00; A. E. Long & Co., Ltd., 128.10; J. Lowe Corporation, 736.63; Luxura 
Tea Co., 3,900.00; MacCallum Manufacturing Co., 875.70; W. C. MacDonald, 
Inc., 903.56; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 867.50; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 13,565.90; 
Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., 324.55; J. Mawdsley, 105.00; McCarthv Milling 
Co., Ltd., 2,361.50; J. E. McCague, 400.00; R. W. Mcintosh, 390/56; A. C. 
Mclntyre, 1,024.15; D. Mclntyre & Co., Ltd., 4,574.12; McNabb's Grocery, 
1,439.31; Mead, Johnson & Company of Canada, Ltd., 131.61; Mercer Reforma- 
tory Industries, 15,260.20; Midland Coal & Wood Co., 2,486.09; Moffats, Ltd., 
260.70; Monarch Knitting Co., Ltd., 136.35; F. Montgomery, 148.20; Munro 
Apiaries, 1,351.35; Muratori's Macaroni Manufacturing Co., 626.40; National 
Grocers Co., Ltd., 2,062.99; National Kream Co., Ltd., 567.00; Niagara Brand 
Spray Co., Ltd., 182.60; Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., 114.00; Northern Paint 
& Varnish Co., Ltd.. 1,689.50; Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 150.00; Ontario 
Chemicals, Ltd., 366.97; Ontario Hospital, Fort William, 1,125.82; Ontario 
Hospital, Kingston, 258.00; Ontario Hospital, Langstaff, 1,823.91; Ontario 
Hospital, London, 429.84; Ontario Hospital, New Toronto, 267.96; Ontario 
Hospital School, Orillia, Industries, 1,763.84; Ontario Hospital, Whitby, 238.80; 
Ontario Oriental Flour Co., Ltd., 406.00; Ontario Reformatorv, Guelph, Indus- 
tries, 28,081.68; Orillia Cereal Co., 213.17; Orillia Creamery Co., Ltd., 212.67; 
Orillia Water, Light and Power Commission, 4,954.24; Parke, Davis & Co., 
806.44; Pendrith Machinerv Co., Ltd., 313.80; Procter & Gamble Company 
of Canada, Ltd., 884.81; Prophvlactic Brush Company, Canada, Ltd., 243.59; 
Royal Canadian Tobacco Co., 228.90; Quaker Oats Co., 1,541.30; W. E. Reid, 
214.75; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 12,673.28; Rex Tailoring Co., 231.00; Sarjeant 
Co., Ltd., 729.52; Shell Oil Company of Canada, Ltd., 1,714.89; L. Simon 



E44 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Orillia Hospital School — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Co., Ltd., 114.00; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., 165.61; Singer Sewing Machine Co., 
133.37; Soaps-Perfumes, Ltd., 657.50; Sovereign Film Distributors, Ltd., 285.00; 
Standard Brands, Ltd., 1,321.55; C. A. Starr Co., 1,466.73; St. Lawrence Starch 
Co., Ltd., 580.82; Sundry Persons, boarded-out patients, 28,358.26; Switzer 
Planing Mills, 238.78; Textile Products Co., Ltd., 411.08; J. A. Thomson, 
125.00; Tilleys, Ltd., 112.80; Tip Top Canners, Ltd., 117.90; Toronto Elevators, 
Ltd., 2,781.00; Toronto Lock Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 117.94; Tuckett, Ltd., 
217.00; United Farmers' Co-Operative Co., Ltd., 205.00; United Shoe Machinery 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 710.89; Vallance, Brown & Co., Ltd., 310.46; Vernon 
& Co., Ltd., 1,336.25; H. K. Wampole & Co., Ltd., 118.56; W. J. Ward, 155.42; 
Watkins Seeds, Ltd., 300.63; F. P. Weaver Coal Co., Ltd., 46,017.89; Western 
Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 1,216.00; Whites Hardware, Ltd., 626.98; S. C. 
Williams, 144.47; Wonderful Soap Co., Ltd., 193.00; Woodrow's Auto Electric, 
128.82; W. Wrigley Jr., Co., Ltd., 165.00; York Trading, Ltd., 2,491.71; A. B. 

Zacks, 3,518.32; Cartage, express and freight, 2,112.37; musical services, 

14.50; newspapers and periodicals, 49.06; postage. 862.81; religious services, 

460.00; telegrams, 75.64; telephone, 1,053.29; accounts under $100, 7,782.66.. 306,933 91 

Total $583,421 21 

Less: Industrial Operations Revenue 10,587 87 

Orillia Hospital School $572,833 34 

Penetanguishene 

Salaries ($148,650.92) 

W. H. Alton, 1,400.00; W. L. Attridge, 348.00; H. M. Baker, 1,866.67; M. O. L. 
Barrie, 2,575.00; H. J. Calverley, 1,600.00; W. G. Carr, 1,375.00; H. Carriveau, 
1,475.00; J. Champion, 1,258.33; A. R. Clark, 1,650.00; J. A. Davey, 1,575.00; 
A. P. Desroches, 1,375.00; E. Desroches, 1,450.00; E. B. Dewell, 1,150.00; W. 
Dodgson, 1,400.00; H. C. Forrest, 1,316.67; F. Gowland, 1,350.00; J. J. Hamelin, 
1,350.00; C. E. Hanna, 3,350.00; E. M. Hill, 1,458.33; J. Jury, 1,075.00; M. A. 
Kelly, 925.00; W. M. Kemp, 1,400.00; W. A. Linton, 1,200.00; L. W. Living- 
stone, 1,625.00; R. Macauley, 1,600.00; N. J. MacMillan, 1,391.67; C. A. Mc- 
Clenahan, 5,000.00; F. McCormack, 1,150.00; D. S. McReynolds, 1,391.67; 
L. F. O'Leary, 997.78; R. Patchell, 20.00; J. E. Revnolds, 1,350.00; W. E. Smart, 
424.00; R. H. Stirtevant, 1,250.00; R. Trott, 1,400.00; R. R. Trustham, 1,400.00; 
G. O. Vandervoort, 1,350.00; Domestic Help: Cook, Laundresses, Maids, Mes- 
senger, Seamstress, 9,814.52; Engineering Staff: Firemen, Shift Engineers, 
6,187.50; Farm and Garden: Assistant Herdsman, Teamsters, 3,074.60; Attend- 
ants, Nurses, Nurse-Attendants, 73,648.67; Occupational Therapist, Occupa- 
tional Therapy Internes, 1,377.51; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Con- 
tribution re Enlistments, 275.00 148,650 92 

Maintenance ($107,463.31) 

Travelling Expenses 58 30 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 5,769 82 

Provisions 38,870 45 

Fuel, Light and Water 26,167 90 

Clothing 1 1,297 73 

Laundry and Cleaning 2,955 74 

Furniture and Furnishings 2,949 62 

Office Expenses ; . . 950 57 

Farm Expenses 13,399 58 

Contingencies 1,688 78 

Live Stock, etc 535 00 

Repairs to Buildings 2,819 82 

Travelling Expenses: 

N. Dorsey, 30.85; Accounts under $25, 27.45 58 30 

Maintenance: 

Anglo-Canadian Leather Co., Ltd., 158,47; Ash-Temple Co., Ltd., 355.07; 
Atlantic-Acadia Sugar Sales Co., Ltd., 413.72; Bauer & Black, 119.54; C. Bertho- 
let, 164.45; Blatchford Feeds, Ltd., 663.97; Boiler, Furnace & Stove Parts, 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E45 

Ontario Hospital, Penetanguishene — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Ltd., 126.90; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 384.15; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 
224.92; R. J. Brown, 182.63; R. Burns & Co., 3,334.44; Canada & Dominion 
Sugar Co., Ltd., 513.33; Canada Packers, Ltd., 6,776.21; Canadian General 
Electric Co., Ltd., 161.54; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 966.09; Canadian National 
Institute for the Blind, 181.86; Cassidy's, Ltd., 212.64; J. T. Cassin, 580.00; 
Central Wholesale Grocers, Ltd., 138.95; Collingwood Milling Co., 2,484.00; 
Copeland Flour Mills, Ltd., 2,578.29; W. H. Cunningham & Hill, Ltd., 117.50; 
Delany & Pettit, Ltd., 288.17; J. A. Desrochers, 710.12; Detroit Stoker Com- 
pany of Canada, Ltd., 314.30; Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 163.10; Domin- 
ion Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., 313.04; Eddy Match Co., Ltd., 204.83; Empire Brass 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 161.99; General Films, Ltd., 342.00; Georgian Bay 
Fruit Growers, Ltd., 260.25; Gordon, Mackay & Co., Ltd., 1,211.13; S. Gumpert 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 218.29; Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 108.38; 
Hargraft & Sons, -Ltd., 365.75; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 186.36; Hogg & Lytle, 
Ltd., 411.00; Hunter's Drug Store, 166.30; Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario, 193.44; Hygiene Products, Ltd., 156.34; Industrial Farm, Burwash, 
Industries, 697.44; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 241.20; H. B. Kennedy, 
Ltd., 132.25; Kennedy Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 140.92; J. Lowe Corporation, 
247.69; Luxura Tea Co., 1,950.00; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 549.65; Massey-Harris 
Co., Ltd., 209.67; W. C. MacDonald, Inc., 2,782.34; D. Mclntyre & Co., Ltd., 
890.56; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 3,936.18; Midland Coal & Wood Co., 
593.40; Monarch Knitting Co., Ltd., 164.18; Munro Apiaries, 680.40; Muratori's 
Macaroni Manufacturing Co., 126.36; National Drug & Chemical Company of 
Canada, Ltd., 209.96; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 573.64; National Refining 
Co., Ltd., 100.20; Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., 115.06; Ontario Cheese Co., 
460.62; Ontario Chemicals, Ltd., 178.90; Ontario Hospital, Hamilton, 120.00; 
Ontario Hospital, Kingston, 375.00; Ontario Hospital, Langstaff, 146.64; Ontario 
Hospital, New Toronto, 580.17; Ontario Hospital School, Orillia, Industries, 
412.00; Ontario Oriental Flour Co., Ltd., 113.10; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 
Industries, 11,432.86; Parke, Davis & Co., 230.98; G. Patterson, 428.25; Pene- 
tanguishene Water & Light Commission, 8,130.18; Quaker Oats Co., 125.69; A. & 
T. Quesnel, 714.29; W. E. Reid, 105.00; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 739.30; G. Robin- 
son, 509.60; L. Simon Co., Ltd., 189.00; Smart-Turner Machine Co., Ltd., 
148.05; Standard Brands, Ltd., 744.27; C. A. Starr Co., 1,055.57; St. Lawrence 
Fish Market, 855.99; St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 560.57; Sundry Persons, 
boarded-out patients, 6,583.59; Tessier Planing Mill, 331.45; Toronto Elevators, 
Ltd., 2,548.00; Tuckett, Ltd., 495.36; United Farmers Co-Operative Co., Ltd., 
119.38; Vallance, Brown & Co., Ltd, 153 49; F. P. Weaver Coal Co., Ltd., 
17,057.64; Whites Hardware, Ltd , 349.96; Wonderful Soap Co., Ltd., 475.00; 

York Trading, Ltd, 649.21; A B. Zacks, 1,766 34; Cartage, express and 

freight, 896.46; musical services, 10.95; newspapers and periodicals, 74 80; postage, 
295.00; religious services, 557.50; telegrams, 4.72; telephone, 634.00; accounts 
under $100, 5,091.57 107,405 01 

Penetanguishene $256,1 14 23 

Toronto 

Salaries ($258,320.91) 

J. Armstrong, 1,375.00; S. Bailie, 1,375.00; W. W. Barraclough, 521.43; A. L. Bedard, 
1,050.00; S. C. Best, 72.58; S. Blair, 1,200.00; H. C. Bowen, 1,400.00; J. Boyd, 
1,400.00; I. M. Brill, 1,525.00; J. B. Brown, 200.00; W. C. Brown, 185.71; G. 
Bryan, 1,390.60; A. M. Burlton, 817.74; T. C. Byrnes, 2,575.00; M. W. S. Camp- 
bell, 1,125.00; J. E. Coates, 1,800.00; L. Crawford, 1,333.33; A. C. DeMille, 
2,199.96; J. Dobbin, 1,400.00; W. H. Douglas, 1,550.00; J. F. Dwyer, 1,800.00; 
B. Field, 1,600.00; J. A. Finnegan, 175.00; D. Fraser, 424.98; H. W. Geddis, 
1,250.00; J. Grav, 171.43; K. Hogarth, 1,366.67; R. D. S. Hogg, 1,408.33; M. 
Jackson, 1,408.33; H. W. Johnston, 60.00; J. L. Johnston, 66.23; I. A. Kassack, 
700.00; D. Kerr, 1,375.00; J. J. Kiernan, 3,300.00; M. M. Kilgour, 216.67; 
J. E. Lawrence, 925.00; R. Lowden, 1,081.25; M. MacCorquodale, 1,533.33; 
R. J. MacDonald, 1,000.00; E. C. McArthur, 1,677.42; J. McClurg, 1,298.38; 
H. McCorriston, 1,300.00; W. H. McCourt, 1,400.00; I. M. McDonald, 1,125.00; 
L. B. McFadgen, 700.00; J. R. McGeoch, 1,400.00; S. R. P. Montgomery, 
3,124.97; W. J. Morrow, 1,675.00; G. W. Neale, 1,500.02; F. L. Nichols, 1,850.00; 
P. O. Nicolson, 1,250.00; N. L. Nuttall, 281.25; F. W. Oram, 1,275.00; B. Plewes, 
40.00; C. Rae, 521.43; W. R. Ramsay, 1,358.27; M. G. Rendall, 1,575.00; M. D. 



E46 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, Toronto — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Robinson, 1,358.33; M. M. Rowsome, 1,600.00; W. T. B. Smart, 113.17; J. M. 
Trask, 1,274.97; G. H. F. Wallace, 1,016.79; K. J. W. Walters, 2,625.00; K. E. 
Widenham, 1,075.00; C. H. Wilson, 1,333.28; G. E. Wilson, 2,950.00; Domestic 
Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstress and Porter, 19,057.93; Engineering 
Staff: Fireman, Shift Engineers, Watchman, 7,885.98; Farm and Garden: Truck 
•Driver, 1,200.00; Attendants, Nurses, Nurse- Attendants, Laboratory Assist- 
ants, 139,678.88; Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Internes, 
Technicians, 8,956.49; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re 
Enlistments, 484.78 258,320 91 

Maintenance ($179,231.50) 

Travelling Expenses 353 55 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 8,788 77 

Provisions 113,615 02 

Fuel, Light and Water 9,979 66 

Clothing . 13,386 52 

Laundry and Cleaning 7,214 96 

Furniture and Furnishings 14,328 35 

Office Expenses 1,594 26 

Farm Expenses 343 86 

Contingencies 3,391 82 

Repairs to Buildings 6,234 73 

Travelling Expenses: 

M. Kilgour, 43.96; L. B. McFadgen, 76.70; M. G. Rendall, 111.14; E. G. Turney, 

25.55; G. E. Wilson, 84.95; Accounts under $25, 11.25 353 55 

Maintenance: 

All-Weld Co., Ltd., 316.80; Ash-Temple Co., Ltd., 114.28; Associated Chemical 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 225.72; Atlantic-Acadia Sugar Sales Co., Ltd., 
281.65; Australian Eucalyptus, Ltd., 104.36; J. & A. Aziz, 132.95; Balfours, 
Ltd., 209.07; Barrett Bros., 672.05; Bauer & Black, 241.55; Beaver Specialty, 
Ltd., 129.65; Booth Fisheries Canadian Co., Ltd., 662.56; Bowes Co., Ltd., 
130.86; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 1,393.62; British & Colonial Trading Co., 
Ltd., 601.62; Builders' Supplies, Ltd., 208.44; P. Burns & Co., Ltd., 1,945.71; 
H. C. Burton & Co., 255.85; Canada Bread Co., 229.12; Canada Cloak Co., 
226.80; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 1,577.09; Canada Packers, Ltd., 
3,095.37; Canada Wax & Chemical Co., 188.70; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 
1,747.76; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 345.80; Cassidy's, Ltd., 
963.85; Central Wholesale Grocers, Ltd., 322.48; J. Chassels, 120.00; Cheney 
Chemicals, Ltd., 140.64; S. J. Cherry & Sen, Ltd., 855.00; Clarke Caster Co., 
Ltd., 137.94; Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co., Ltd., 128.45; Connaught Labora- 
tories, 153.60; Consumers Gas Company of Toronto, 212.11; Delany & Pettit, 
Ltd., 252.95; Denco (Ontario), Ltd., 131.95; Department of Health, 335.57; 
Department of Highways, 515.93; Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 111.60; 
Dominion Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., 378.37; Dominion Salt Co., Ltd., 192.03; 
Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 271.66; Empire Brass Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 232.87; Everist Bros., Ltd., 1,747.48; E. B. Fielding & Co., 
165.20; A. Foster & Sons, Ltd., 135.36; K. C. Freeman, 306.00; Glidden Co., 
Ltd., 527.45; Good Specialties, Ltd., 134.36; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 
1,026.63; J. Gray, 320.00; A. P. Green Fire Brick Co., Ltd., 118.53; S. Gumpert 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 1,982.12; Hamilton Bros., 102.60; Hanson 16 M.M. 
Movies, Ltd., 108.00; G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 525.20; Hargraft & Sons, Ltd., 
682.02; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 880.54; Highland Dairy, Ltd., 4,952.49; S. Hisey 
& Son, Ltd., 1,190.00; Hunt's, Ltd., 2,907.42; Hygiene Products, Ltd., 433.56; 
Industrial Farm, Burwash, Industries, 165.72; Ingersoll Cream Cheese Co., 
Ltd., 320.23; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 299.44; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 
1,133.10; Iron Fireman Manufacturing Company of Canada, Ltd., 187.00; 
Isard-Le Fevre Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 113.75; F. T. James Co., Ltd., 710.91; 
Jem Rubber Co., Ltd., 297.00; Kennedy Manufacturing Co., 103.13; Kraft 
Cheese, Ltd., 163.18; F. A. Lallemand & Co., Ltd., 268.09; Lever Bros., Ltd., 
230.62; J. Lowe Corporation, 1,577.25; Luxura Tea Co., 2,145.00; MacCallum 
Manufacturing Co., 277.50; W. C. MacDonald, Inc., 355.12; J. Malacarne & 
Son, 109.25; Malcolm Condensing Co., Ltd., 1,247.00; Marchment Co., Ltd., 
124.36; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 13,498.86; Masco Co., Ltd., 134.67; McBride 
Bros., Ltd., 1,032.18; McCarthy Milling Co., Ltd., 3,863.74; R. A. McComb, 
200.00; D. Mclntyre & Co., Ltd., 699.50; Medalta Potteries, Ltd., 123.75; 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 47 

Ontario Hospital, Toronto — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 13,507.97; Monarch Knitting Co., Ltd., 152.25; 
W. Moore Paint Co., 1,127.25; Munro Apiaries, 1,890.00; Muratori's Macaroni 
Manufacturing Co., 163.20; Myers' Funeral Homes, 480.00; Myers-Elliott 
Funeral Homes, 565.00; National Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 
198.59; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 548.63; National Kream Co., Ltd., 153.90; 
National Refractories, Ltd., 182.70; Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., 174.40; Ogilvie 
Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 235.72; Ontario Cheese Co., 313.30; Ontario Chemicals, Ltd., 
189.00; Ontario Hospital, Fort William, 1,459.86; Ontario Hospital, Hamilton, 
600.00; Ontario Hospital, Langstaff, 20,041.25; Ontario Hospital, New Toronto, 
586.90; Ontario Hospital School, Orillia, Industries, 336.00; Ontario Reforma- 
tory, Guelph, Industries, 21,499.76; Parke, Davis & Co., 1,323.87; C. Parsons 
& Son, Ltd., 342.29; J. H. Porter, 647.50; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 1,520.10; 
A. C. Robinson, 5,923.90; Royal Canadian Tobacco Co., 315.00; J. B. Smith 
& Sons, Ltd., 313.91; W. Snider Milling Co., Ltd., 364.56; Sovereign Film Dis- 
tributors, Ltd., 195.00; Standard Brands, Ltd., 1,776.31; C. A. Starr Co., 357.45; 
Stevens Companies, 337.37; St. Lawrence Fish Market, 712.98; St. Lawrence 
Starch Co., Ltd., 621.47; Sundry Persons, boarded-out patients, 7,884.07; 
Textile Products Co., Ltd., 307.77; City of Toronto, 4,390.27; Toronto Hydro- 
Electric System, 3,041.00; Toronto Salt Works, Ltd., 176.37; Tuckett, Ltd., 
101.03; Victoria Paper & Twine Co., Ltd., 336.93; G. H. Walker, 693.00; Western 
Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 761.25; Wheeler & Bain, Ltd., 407.07; Whites 
Hardware, Ltd., 278.49; Wonderful Soap Co., Ltd., 2,155.42; Wrought Iron 
Range Company of Canada, Ltd., 348.00; York Trading, Ltd., 2,068.72; A. B. 
Zacks, 111.50; Cartage, express and freight, 764.46; newspapers and period- 
icals, 102.52; postage, 349.50; religious services, 530.00; telegrams, 42.80; tele- 
phone, 1,225.21; accounts under $100, 5,525.49 178,877 95 

Toronto $437,552 41 

Whitby 

Salaries ($333,727.71) 

F. H. Allard, 1,400.00; H. D. Alloway, 158.12; M. E. A. Bailey, 875.00; H. M. 
Beamish, 781.25; M. Bland, 1,366.67; J. Boddy, 1,500.00; E. E. Bond, 583.30; 
H. G. Bracey, 1,500.00; C. A. Bright, 2,575.00; J. L. Brown, 1,374.93; A. Bullock, 
1,400.00; W. A. Cardwell, 3,525.00; R. J. Carson, 2,875.00; S. L. Colby, 543.95; 
J. Damery, 1,400.00; L. C. Dewsbury, 1,675.00; G. C. Ferrier, 1,020.00; D. R. 
Fletcher, 5,800.00; M. J. Forgie, 49.19; E. M. Friede, 424.71; H. Friede, 573.39; 
L. A. Gaine, 192.50; J. H. Gale, 433.32; D. J. Gallogley, 1,400.00; W. H. Gauld, 
3,225.00; J. J. Geoghegan, 2,550.00; J. Greer, 1,383.33; J. D. Grieve, 500.00; 
W. F. Harden, 1,933.33; M. A. Harding, 850.00; G. Hardy, 1,600.00; A. Harris, 
1,600.00; L. Harris, 1,541.67; T. Harris, 1,325.00; W. A. Hawke, 100.00; M. A. 
Heard, 925.00; H. W. Hicks, 1,383.33; E. Hill, 2,300.00; A. Howard, 1,500.00; 
F. Ing, 1,233.33; S. Jardine, 1,383.33; G. E. Jenkins, 400.00; W. M. Jermyn, 
1,299.96; J. M. Johnson, 333.87; M. Kerr, 1,400.00; A. L. Lawler, 1,233.33; 
E. A. MacMillan, 549.99; M. E. Matthews, 1,050.00; J. C. L. McArthur, 75.00; 
W. A. Mclntyre, 2,599.98; D. McLean, 1,400.00; A. G. McLeod, 1,550.00; 
W. McMahon, 293.33; A. E. McMinn, 1,350.00; R. J. McMinn, 1,400.00; R. 
McNee, 1,741.67; A. McPhail, 1,200.00; F. D. McPherson, 875.00; M. H. Miller, 
1,200.00; H. D. Moses, 1,333.33; E. Muir, 343.75; T. R. Munroe, 1,383.33; 
R. J. Pryce, 1,500.00; J. Rainnie, 1,400.00; T. Rea, 1,400.00; E. C. Robertson, 
1,375.00; M. D. Rutherford, 280.99; C. B. Rycroft, 1,400.00; R. P. Sharpe, 
1,700.00; A. C. Smith, 1,533.33; H. B. Squires, 1,649.97; P. R. Stover, 579.42; 
A. R. Summers, 2,400.00; R. E. C. Thorndyke, 1,516.67; E. B. Titcombe, 100.00; 
A. E. Townsend, 1,400.00; R. VanHorne, 1,383.33; E. K. Ward, 1,100.00; S. 
Watson, 1,516.67; M. Westaway, 680.42; S. Whitney, 1,600.00; M. B. Wood, 
850.00; Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Laundryman, Maids, Seamstresses, 
23,487.95; Engineering Staff: Assistant Electrician, Fireman's Helper, Fireman, 
Mechanic, Shift Engineers, 8,872.48; Farm and Garden: Farm Hands, Herdsman, 
Teamster, Truck Driver, 11,613.53; Attendants and Nurses, 169,793.32; Occu- 
pational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Internes, 4,026.04; Nurses-in-Train- 
ing, 7,271.24; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlist- 
ments, 1,525.16 333,727 71 

Maintenance ($260,797.91) 

Travelling Expenses 245 22 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 12,135 04 

Provisions 113,005 44 



E48 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, Whitby — Continued 
Maintenance — Continued 

Fuel, Light and Water 52,515 83 

Clothing 18,347 25 

Laundry and Cleaning 1 1,502 49 

Furniture and Furnishings 10,872 56 

Office Expenses 2,089 43 

Farm Expenses , 20,916 43 

Contingencies 5,626 08 

Live Stock, etc. 2,281 99 

Repairs to Buildings 11,260 15 

Travelling Expenses: 

M. J. Cammack, 25.60; W. A. Cardwell, 25.40; G. C. Ferrier, 80.06; C. Styan, 

65.28; Accounts under $25, 48.88 245 22 

Maintenance: 

Abbott Laboratories, Ltd., 103.64; Adams Bros. Harness, Ltd., 142.59; Aiken- 
head Hardware, Ltd., 123.08; American Can Co., 4,589.99; Anglo-Canadian 
Leather Co., Ltd., 181.50; Atlantic-Acadia Sugar Sales Co., Ltd., 514.30; Bab- 
cock-Wilcox & Goldie-McCulloch, Ltd., 183.00; Balfours, Ltd., 233.85; Barrett 
Bros., 2,908.50; Bauer & Black, 249.73; Beaver Specialty, Ltd., 444.88; Beldam 
Asbestos Packing, Ltd., 111.25; Birks-Ellis-Ryrie, Ltd., 120.75; A. S. Black, 
106.40; Boiler, Furnace & Stove Parts, Ltd., 140.25; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 
1,883.89; E. Bragg, 285.63; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 1,309.38; British 
& Colonial Trading Co., Ltd., 802.94; Brown, Boggs Foundry & Machine Co., 
Ltd., 233.50; Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 224.82; P. Burns & Co., Ltd., 
4,422.38; R. Burns & Co., 6,944.22; H. C. Burton & Co., 357.92; Canada Barrels 
& Kegs, Ltd., 118.80; Canada Cloak Co., 302.40; Canada & Dominion Sugar 
Co., Ltd., 1,081.10; Canada Glove Co., 212.55; Canada Packers, Ltd., 3,645.11; 
Canada Starch Sales Co., Ltd., 1,327.88; Canada Vinegars, Ltd., 212.95; Cana- 
dian Germicide Co., Ltd., 549.50; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 2,111.63; Canadian 
Industrial Alcohol Co., Ltd., 114.68; Canadian Laundry Machinery Co., Ltd., 
119.53; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 509.54; Canadian National 
Railways, 328.15; Canadian Powers Regulator Co., Ltd., 164.82; H. N. Carr 
& Son, 11,995.46; Cassidy's, Ltd., 1,398.02; J. Cassin, 2,145.00; Central Whole- 
sale Grocers, Ltd., 578.06; Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co., Ltd., 157.89; Crown- 
Dominion Oil Co., Ltd., 759.54; W. H. Cunningham & Hill, Ltd., 138.25; Dal- 
glish (Ontario), Ltd., 361.22; Department of Health, 1,213.78; Diamond Cleanser 
& Soaps, Ltd., 214.20; Dominion Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., 136.01; Dominion 
Oxygen Co., Ltd., 136.82; Dominion Salt Co., Ltd., 251.18; Eastern Steel Prod- 
ucts, Ltd., 113.75; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 137.11; Eddy Match 
Co., Ltd., 264.29; Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 423.77; Ennis Wonder 
Polish Co., 144.00; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 182.22; Garton's Service 
Station, 276.00; General Steel Wares, Ltd., 251.38; Gordon, MacKay & Co., 
Ltd., 2,684.67; G. W. Grant & Co., 252.41; A. P. Green Fire Brick Co., Ltd., 
294.40; Grinnell Company of Canada, Ltd., 238.81; Groveside Cemetery, 117.00; 
S. Gumpert Company of Canada, Ltd., 1,438.26; Hamilton Bros., 184.40; 
G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 244.00; Hargraft & Sons, Ltd., 1,466.18; J. F. Hartz 
Co., Ltd., 962.67; W. A. Heron, 359.15; Higgins & Burke, Ltd., 136.80; Hobbs 
Glass, Ltd., 141.39; Hogg & Lytle, Ltd., 628.20; Imperial Optical Co., 123.78; 
Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 197.32; Industrial Farm, 
Burwash, Industries, 204.36; Ingersoll Cream Cheese Co., Ltd., 422.80; Ingram 
& Bell, Ltd., 368.60; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 2,127.75; International 
Harvester Company of Canada, Ltd., 300.87 ; Jem Rubber Co., Ltd., 382.35; W. A. 
Jenkins Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 273.40; Johnson & Johnson, Ltd., 160.38; 
Leaside Block & Tile, Ltd., 445.36; Lever Bros., Ltd., 157.79; The Levis, 130.00; 
Libby, McNeill & Libby of Canada, Ltd., 289.98; F. G. Lister & Co., Ltd., 
756.42; J. Lowe Corporation, 335.51; Luxura Tea Co., 3,900.00; MacCallum 
Manufacturing Co., 152.75; W. C. MacDonald, Inc., 1,598.61; R. T. MacLaren, 
225.00; MacNamara Gardens, 380.00; Marchment Co., Ltd., 239.32; A. G. 
Marlow, 259.00; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 4,784.03; Masco Co., Ltd., 556.17; Massey- 
Harris Co., Ltd., 889.51; McCarthy Milling Co., Ltd., 858.88; D. Mclntyre 
& Co., Ltd., 2,281.20; McLaughlin Coal & Supplies, Ltd., 34,238.86; Mead, 
Johnson & Company of Canada, Ltd., 142.45; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 
8,836.79; Merck & Co., Ltd., 189.33; W. Moore Paint Co., 422.50; Munro 
Apiaries, 1,219.05; Muratori's Macaroni Manufacturing Co., 419.90; National 
Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 306.95; National Grocers, Ltd., 
970.20; National Motors, Ltd., 1,082.58; National Refining Co., Ltd., 333.87; 



1942-43 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E49 



Ontario Hospital, Whitby — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 266.75; Niagara Grape Distributors, Ltd., 
1,503.03; Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., 516.15; Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
400.50; Ontario Chemicals, Ltd., 198.29; Ontario Cheese Co., 1,114.94; Ontario 
Hospital, Fort William, 1,453.03; Ontario Hospital, Hamilton, 240.00; Ontario 
Hospital, Langstaff, 1,201.69; Ontario Hospital, New Toronto, 135.00; Ontario 
Hospital School, Orillia, 150.00; Ontario Hospital School, Orillia, Industries, 
1,120.00; Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 212.70; Ontario Hospital, Woodstock, 
101.50; Ontario Lumber & Millwork, Ltd., 3,351.93; Ontario Reformatory, 
Guelph, 108.00; Ontario Reformatory Guelph, Industries, 18,063.11; Parke, 
Davis & Co., 1,870.17; Premier Cutlery Company of Canada, Ltd., 119.10; 
Procter & Gamble Company of Canada, Ltd., 128.70; Prophylactic Brush 
Co. (Canada), Ltd., 324.47; F. H. Puchrin, 221.00; Quaker Oats Co., 376.65; 
• Reesors Marmill, Ltd., 1,553.60; W. E. Reid, 243.00; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 
1,454.70; Rex Tailoring Co., 815.50; J. Robertson Co., Ltd., 106.14; Roofers' 
Supply Co., Ltd., 528.41; Rougier Freres, 115.71; Royal Canadian Tobacco 
Co., 280.00; J. B. Sheppard, 126.72; L. Simon Co., Ltd., 240.00; W. Snider 
Milling Co., Ltd., 445.42; Soaps-Perfumes, Ltd., 135.00; Standard Brands, 
Ltd., 1,653.56; C. A. Starr Co., 1,682.92; St. Lawrence Fish Market, 2,201.89; 
St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 969.65; Sturgeons, Ltd., 176.50; C. Styan, 174.44; 
Sundry Persons, boarded-out patients, 21,779.25; Taylor-Forbes, Ltd., 153.89; 
Textile Products Co., Ltd., 216.05; Tod's Bread, 14,709.53; Toronto Elevators, 
Ltd., 874.50; Toronto Salt Works, Ltd., 186.29; W. C. Town, 237.50; Under- 
wood Elliott Fisher, Ltd., 133.68; United Farmers Co-Operative Co., Ltd. 
2,752.09; Vernon & Co., Ltd., 485.25; Victoria Paper & Twine Co., Ltd., 416.67; 
Vi-Tone Sales, Ltd., 108.92; G. H. Walker, 165.75; Watkins Seeds, Ltd., 640.03; 
Wheeler & Bain, Ltd., 226.00; Whitby Dairy, 225.90; Whitby Motors, Ltd. 
282.78; Whitbv Public Utility Commission, 15,421.01; Whites Hardware, 
Ltd., 765.40; Wilkinson-Kompass, Ltd., 237.78; W. Winters, 126.60; Wonderful 

Soap Co., Ltd., 2,553.60; York Trading, Ltd., 2,053.80; A. B. Zacks, 770.88; 

Cartage, express and freight, 1,128.83; musical services, 50.00; newspapers and 
periodicals, 62.26; postage, 1,208.00; religious services, 575.00; telegrams, 13.76; 
telephone, 650.68; accounts under $100, 6,454.20 260,552^69 

Whitby $594,525 62 

Woodstock 

Salaries ($339,576.69) 

T. W. Barnard, 1,600.00; F. H. E. Batsford, 1,200.00; I. G. Bennett, 337.50; D. N. 
Berger, 812.50; G. W. Boag, 2,600.00; J. H. Campbell, 1,400.00; R. C. Clark, 
1,350.00; W. G. Cocker, 1,350.00; G. Curry, 1,575.00; E. J. Davis, 1,166.93; 
K. F. Deline, 1,375.00; O. V. Dent, 3,566.67; F. W. Doig, 1,666.67; D. H. Dow, 
2,299.92; H. A. Elliott, 943.75; V. M. Fleming, 925.00; F. T. Fralick, 1,500.00; 
G. Gordon, 1,400.00; H. P. Granger, 2,550.00; J. G. Hall, 35.49; J. A. Hancock, 
1,083.30; A. J. H. Harrold, 1,375.00; M. Haylow, 937.50; H. Hellerova, 800.00; 
E. A. Hopewell, 1,075.00; M. Hunt, 1,625.00; M. Jarvie, 1,737.60; J. Kane, 
1,475.00; L. E. Kent, 2,209.68; B. LaBelle, 2,575.00; L. F. Leitch, 554.82; E. M. 
Long, 169.48; E. C. Lounsbury, 1,266.67; D. O. Lynch, 5,200.00; J. C. MacKay, 
1,600.00; A. M. Marshall, 1,150.00; F. H. S. Martin, 1,358.33; W. Martin, 
1,508.33; A. E. McKenzie, 925.00; S. McMaster, 1,350.00; S. C. Parsons, 1,483.33; 
L. I. Pearson, 555.24; C. H. Pratt, 3,650.00; A. H. Raper, 1,375.00; A. L. Rice, 
2,575.00; F. A. Scalisi, 856.25; K. C. Sly, 1,150.00; H. M. Smith, 1,375.00; 
H. J. Stevens, 1,131.25; J. M. Stewart, 70.96; A. D. Thompkins, 82.25; H. J. 
Thompson, 1,336.83; R. Thompson, 1,400.00; C. V. Tisdale, 3,050.00; A. L. 
Tolhurst, 1,150.00; M. A. Underhill, 831.25; M. C. Waterland, 561.25; D. O. A. 
Watson, 1,350.00; V. A. Watson, 1,375.00; F. H. Weeks, 1,600.00; W. Wong, 
70.96; Domestic Help: Cooks, Laundresses, Maids, Seamstress, Kitchen Porters, 
Porters and Messengers, 30,687.63; Engineering Staff: Firemen, Shift Engineers, 
6,832.65; Farm and Garden: Farm Hands, Truck Driver, Herdsman, 5,645.77; 
Attendants, Nurses, Nurse- Attendants, 203.506.88; Technicians, Occupational 
Therapists, Occupational Therapy Internes, 4,858.01; Public Service Super- 
annuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 1,386.04 339,576 69 

Maintenance ($199,190.97) 

Travelling Expenses 1,217 85 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 17,461 01 

Provisions 92,733 16 

Fuel, Light and Water 30,056 82 



E50 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospital, Woodstock — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Clothing 11,701 83 

Laundry and Cleaning 9,167 33 

Furniture and Furnishings 9,472 01 

Office Expenses 3,118 01 

Farm Expenses 9,106 27 

Contingencies 4,465 70 

Live Stock, etc 2,246 28 

Repairs to Buildings 8,444 70 

Travelling Expenses: 

S. Agnew, 29.35; O. V. Dent, 261.69; F. T. Fralick, 136.40; I. Hanton, 73.35; 
L. E. Kent, 262.90; J. King, 39.00; D. O. Lynch, 32.55; C. H. Pratt, 58.60; 

A. L. Rice, 27.35; M. C. Rudd, 103.35; J. Stevely, 73.45: Accounts under 

$25, 119.86 ! 1,217 85 

Maintenance: 

Ace Manufacturing Co., 240.00; J. L. Awde, 271.95; W. Baird & Son, 119.33; 
Balfours, Ltd., 2,445.28; Barney's Fish Market, 3,038.27; Bauer & Black, 812.87; 
Beaver Specialty, Ltd., 516.30; Beldam Asbestos Packing, Ltd., 152.57; W. J. 
Bell Paper Co., Ltd., 116.57; Belleville-Sargent & Co., Ltd., 550.83; W. M. 
Bickell, 246.50; Boiler, Furnace & Stove Parts, Ltd., 193.00; A. Bradshaw 
& Son, Ltd., 540.86; British & Colonial Trading Co., Ltd., 609.98; Brunner, 
Mond Canada Sales, Ltd., 248.64; Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 685.00; 
Canada Cloak Co., 302.40; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 1,938.69; 
Canada Packers, Ltd., 588.45; Canada Paint Co., Ltd. 197.68; Canadian General 
Electric Co., Ltd., 240.32; Canadian Germicide Co., Ltd., 297.30; Canadian 
Industries, Ltd., 2,020.48; Canadian Laundry Machinery Co., Ltd., 603.36; 
Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 174.78; Canadian Oil Companies, 
Ltd., 297.93; Cassidy's, Ltd., 984.36; Central Wholesale Grocers, Ltd., 141.85; 
S. J. Cherry & Sons, Ltd,, 300.65; Clayton Bros., 110.04; Colgate-Palmolive- 
Peet Co., Ltd., 179.90; Connaught Laboratories, 659.20; Corbett-Cowley, 
Ltd., 136.17; H. P. Cowan Importers, Ltd., 439.50; Crown Lumber, Coal & 
Supply Co., Ltd., 238.63; J. Cullen & Sons, Ltd., 137.00; W. H. Cunningham 
& Hill, Ltd., 201.37; Dalglish (Ontario), Ltd., 225.69; A. Davis, 212.60; Davison 
& Mclnnis, 167.19; Delany & Pettit, Ltd., 127.67; Denco (Ontario), Ltd., 113.73; 
Department of Health, 103.51; Department of Highways, 207.73; Department 
of Public Works, 1,671.96; Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 196.13; Dominion 
Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., 735.30; Dominion Salt Co., Ltd., 212.65; Eastman 
Photographic Stores, Ltd., 139.53; Eddy Match Co., Ltd., 270.89; Elliott Bros., 
211.53; Elliott, Marr & Co., Ltd., 1,865.49; Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., 
Ltd., 363.92; Eureka Planter Co., Ltd., 107.67; C. E. Frosst & Co., 173.46; 
E. A. Furanna, 295.00; General Steel Wares, Ltd., 114.71; Glidden Co., Ltd., 
241.49; Gold Seal Repair Shop, 419.03; Gooderham & Worts, Ltd., 213.00; 
Gordon. MacKay & Co., Ltd., 1,208.53; Granger-Taylor, Ltd., 166.45; G. W. 
Grant & Co., 107.75; S. E. Griffin & Son, 585.00; Grinnell Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 529.65; S. Gumpert Company of Canada, Ltd., 446.34; J. Gyurki, 207.12; 
G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 120.96; Hargraft & Sons, Ltd., 612.09; Harrisons 
& Crossfield (Canada), Ltd., 139.20; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 1,613.99; A. Hastings 
& Son, 1,030.87; Hobbs Glass, Ltd., 171.96; Hobbs Hardware Co., Ltd., 196.75; 
D. H. Howden & Co., Ltd., 108.08; Hutcheson Lumber Co., Ltd., 358.58; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 8,137.62; Hygiene Products, Ltd., 289.10; 
Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 241.14; Industrial Farm, 
Burwash, Industries, 1,373.94; Ingersoll Cream Cheese Co., Ltd., 319.77; 
Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 414.22; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 1,377.45; King's 
Confectionery, 855.30; King's Printer, 127.20; Langmuir Paint Co., Ltd., 661.87; 
Lederle Laboratories, Inc., 286.14; A. S. Leitch Co., Ltd., 121.44; Lever Bros., 
Ltd., 111.59: London Shoe Co., Ltd., 270.00; J. Lowe Corporation, 251.92; Luxura 
Tea Co., 2,275.00; MacCallum Manufacturing Co., 132.00; W. C. MacDonald, 
Inc., 1,982.39; MacLean Underfeed Stoker Co., Ltd., 342.90; C. A. Mann 
& Co., 2,475.20; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 220.00; Masco Co., Ltd., 268.79; 
McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 1,816.76; Mcintosh Coal & Lumber Co., 
202.08; McKenzie Hardware, 103.72; J. W. McLevin, 240.00; E. F. Meadows 
Funeral Home, 300.00; Meakins & Sons, Ltd., 144.04; Mercer Reformatory 
Industries, 7,102.64; Mills & Hadwin, Ltd., 900.00; Monarch Knitting Co., 
Ltd., 165.51; J. Morrison Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 142.01; Moule & 
Young, 148.50; W. Munro, 400.00; Munro Apiaries, 1,077.30; Muratori's Maca- 
roni Manufacturing Co., 297.50; National Cellulose of Canada, Ltd., 120.00; 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 51 

Ontario Hospital, Woodstock — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

National Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 778.01; National Grocers 
Co., Ltd., 486.79; National Woodenware Co., 491.05; Office Specialty Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 408.14; Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 120.95; Ontario Chem- 
icals, Ltd., 180.30; Ontario Cheese Co., 567.45; Ontario Hospital, Langstaff, 
126.10; Ontario Hospital, London, 2,986.56; Ontario Hospital, New Toronto, 
509.04; Ontario Hospital School, Orillia, 366.00; Ontario Hospital School, Orillia, 
Industries, 168.00; Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 587.25; Ontario Hospital, Whitby, 
198.00; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, Industries, 20,911.29; Ontario Tobacco 
Co., 340.00; Ontario Farmers' Co-Operative Produce Co., Ltd., 9,575.73; Oxford 
Fruit Co-Operative, Ltd., 178.00; Parke, Davis & Co., 1,390.29; Phil-Penn 
Products, 396.00; Picker X-Ray of Canada, Ltd., 625.97; Poole & Co., 1,552.00; 
Procter & Gamble Company of Canada, Ltd., 193.05; Quaker Oats Co., 197.90; 
Reckitt & Colman (Canada), Ltd., 270.13; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 964.90; 
J. Robertson Co., Ltd., 167.85; Royal Canadian Tobacco Co., 420.00; Sharpe 
& Dohme (Canada), Ltd., 112.39; L. Simon Co., Ltd., 150.00; C. A. Smith, Ltd., 
336.16; Smith Haven Farm, 400.00; W. Snider Milling Co., Ltd., 141.70; Soaps- 
Perfumes, Ltd., 170.50; Sovereign Film Distributors, Ltd., 208.00; St. Lawrence 
Starch Co., Ltd., 1,094.21; Standard Brands, Ltd., 1,559.01; Stark's Bakery, 
9,217.39; C. A. Starr Co., 601.44; F. Stearns & Company of Canada, Ltd., 
295.39; Strathroy Flour Mills, 156.00; Sundry Persons, boarded out-patients, 
739.34; Surgical Supplies (Canada), Ltd., 297.01; Textile Products Co., Ltd., 
168.60; Tip-Top Canners, Ltd., 420.70; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 2,176.50; 
Tuckett, Ltd., 255.07; United Farmers Co-Operative Co., Ltd., 243.75; Vallance, 
Brown & Co., Ltd., 278.74; Valley Camp Coal Company of Canada, Ltd., 
15,850.32; Vernon & Co., Ltd., 505.50; Victoria Paper & Twine Co., Ltd., 400.60; 
Watkins Seeds, Ltd., 428.84; Watson's, Ltd., 839.90; F. L. Welch, 112.75; West 
End Chopping & Feed Mill, 170.29; Whites Hardware, Ltd., 357.10; J. White 
Co., 145.84; Whyte Packing Co., Ltd., 10,703.90; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 
476.25; Woodstock Central Dairy, Ltd., 10,750.17; Woodstock Public Utilities 
Commission, 4,341.07; Wonderful Soap Co., Ltd., 1,850.70; J. Wyeth & Bro. 

(Canada), Ltd., 126.40; York Trading, Ltd., 1,018.81; A. B. Zacks, 1,039.32; 

Cartage, express and freight, 1,186.61; musical services, 31.12; newspapers 
and periodicals, 146.15; postage, 1,080.00; religious services, 539.50; telegrams, 
102.35; telephone, 1,479.16; accounts under $100, 7,445.57 197,973 12 

Woodstock $538,767 66 

Toronto Psychiatric 

Salaries ($85,662.80) 

J. B. Armstrong, 100.00; R. G. Bell, 169.62; R. M. Bond, 780.50; G. Boyer, 521.43; 
A. J. Brown, 1,700.00; L. Carpenter, 2.00; M. R. Cook, 1,250.00; J. G. Dewan, 
3,050.00; J. M. Dewar, 925.00; G. C. Dowd, 30.64; C. B. Farrar, 5,000.00; 
M. Fischer, 185.67; M. Foley, 1,700.00; H. M. E. Goldring, 1,233.33; T. H. 
Hodgson, 91.43; H. E. Ivey, 1,075.00; M. V. Jackson, 3,100.00; H. W. Johnston, 
521.43; E. Kaake, 675.00; J. D. Leggett, 1,087.50; E. P. Lewis, 2,500.00; E. A. 
Linell, 600.00; W. H. Lowrey, 150.00; W. R. F. Luke, 150.00; A. R. S. R. Mac- 
Lean, 1,316.67; K. G. McKenzie, 521.43; W. C. Merrick, 2,233.33; M. E. Messeng- 
er, 100.00; T. Owen, 1,000.00; M. E. Parker, 933.33; K. J. Poison, 1,200.00; 
M. Quinn, 309.37; C. Rae, 521.43; F. Rigby, 1,550.00; J. M. Rowcliffe, 1,000.00; 
H. G. Smith, 1,012.50; M. F. Steacy, 850.00; M. E. Stewart, 1,733.33; J. W. 
Wilshire, 1,400.00; Domestic Help: Cooks, Maids, Cleaner and Helper, 12,170.65; 
Attendants and Nurses, 28,220.54; Occupational Therapists, Occupational 
Therapy Internes, 2,673.67; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution 
re Enlistments, 318.00 85,662 80 

Maintenance ($31,144.38) 

Travelling Expenses 252 90 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 2,803 80 

Provisions 13,670 30 

Fuel, Light and Water 6,715 99 

Clothing 278 84 

Laundry and Cleaning 3,944 86 

Furniture and Furnishings 670 06 

Office Expenses 1 ,669 46 

Lawn Expenses 22 40 

Contingencies 347 79 

Repairs to Buildings 767 98 



E52 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Toronto Psychiatric Hospital — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 
Travelling Expenses: 

C. B. Farrar, 94.56; M. Foley, 31.65; G. H. Lugsdin, 101.58; Accounts 

under $25, 25.11 252 90 

Maintenance: 

Barker, Bredin Bakeries, 596.08; Barrett Bros., 492.60; Booth Fisheries Cana- 
dian Co., Ltd., 157.16; Burke Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 297.80; Canada 
Packers, Ltd., 1,149.44; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 263.45; Canadian 
Industries, Ltd., 294.16; Cassidy's, Ltd., 170.26; W. B. Cross Co., 164.70; 
Department of Health, 415.20; Department of Public Works, 2,500.00; T. Eaton 
Co., Ltd., 153.30; K. C. Freeman, 134.65; Hargraft & Sons, Ltd., 116.01; J. F. 
Hartz Co., Ltd., 470.51; Highland Dairy, Ltd., 580.65; Hoffman-Laroche, 
Ltd., 105.35; Hunt's, Ltd., 254.40; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 515.00; 
King's Printer, 169.00; S. Lightfoot & Son, 663.70; Marshalls Co., Ltd., 446.75; 
Mercer Reformatory, 764.46; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 110.44; W. 
Moore Paint Co., 228.15; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 320.73; Novocol Chemical 
Manufacturing Company of Canada, Ltd., 176.40; Office Specialty Manufac- 
turing Co., Ltd., 122.18; Ontario Hospital, Fort William, 314.64; Ontario Hos- 
pital, Langstaff, 3,343.66; Ontario Hospital, Toronto, 1,312.78; Ontario Reforma- 
tory, Guelph, Industries, 3,528.49; Parke, Davis & Co., 275.29; A. C. Robinson, 
1,199.69; Tip-Top Canners, Ltd., 104.40; City of Toronto, 1,653.23; Toronto 
Hydro-Electric System, 2,466.19; Toronto Transportation Commission, 160.00; — 
— Cartage, express and freight, 114.72; newspapers and periodicals, 156.13; 
postage, 255.00; telegrams, 5.00; telephone, 1,045.15; accounts under $100, 
3,124.58 30,891 48 

Toronto Psychiatric $1 16,807 18 

Ontario Hospitals $5,339,963 41 

Hospitals Branch $9,338,101 20 

STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary ($8,000.00) 
Hon. Harold J. Kirby 8,000 00 

Banting and Best Research Fund ($10,000.00) 

University of Toronto, grant 10,000 00 

Grants — Ontario Institutes of Radio Therapy ($36,000.00) 

Toronto General Hospital 22,500 00 

Kingston General Hospital 4,500 00 

London General Hospital 9,000 00 

Statutory $54,000 00 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

Grant to East Windsor Hospital for Incurables to Aid in the 
Construction of an Addition to the Hospital ($12,500.00) 

East Windsor Hospital for Incurables 12,500 00 

Grant to the Red Cross Society to Aid in the Construction of a Hospital at Emo, 
District of Rainy River ($5,000.00) 

Emo Branch, Red Cross Society 5,000 00 

Special Warrants $17,500 00 

Total Expenditure, Department of Health $10,751,865.00 



PART F 



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1942-43 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Main Office: page 

Salaries 5 

Cost of Living Bonus 7 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps 7 

Grants 7 

Travelling Expenses 10, 1 1 

Maintenance, etc 10, 12 

Contingencies 10, 12 

Traffic Census 10, 12 

Division Offices: 

Salaries 7 

King's Highways and Development Roads 11, 13 

City of Niagara Falls, Taxes re Rainbow Bridge 10 

Municipal Roads Branch: 

Salaries 9 

Travelling Expenses 10, 11 

Maintenance 10, 12 

Subsidies: 

County Roads 11, 31 

Township Roads and Indian Reserves 11, 31 

Gasoline Tax Branch: 

Salaries 9 

Travelling Expenses 10, 11 

Maintenance 10, 12 

Miscellaneous Permits Branch: 

Salaries 9 

Travelling Expenses 10, 11 

Maintenance 10, 12 

Motor Vehicles Branch: 

Salaries 9 

Travelling Expenses 10, 1 1 

Maintenance 10, 12 

Safety Committee, advertising 10, 12 

Automobile Markers and Supplies .... 10, 12 

Fees, etc 10, 12 

Special Warrant 34 

Summary 4 



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1942-43 



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 



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DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 

Hon. T. B. McQuesten, Minister (Statutory, see page F 11) 



MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($294,774.77) 



Permanent: 

R. M. Smith Deputy Minister . 



Office of the Minister: 

H. Farewell, 1,500.00; L. E. Leeson, 1,400.00; J. E. Yorston, 2,700.00. 



Office of the Deputy Minister: 

H. M. Beemer, 1,800.00; E. E. Brown, 1,400.00; J. F. Cartan, 309.48; F. C. 
Flegg, 1,600.00; E. Fleming, 1,600.00; J. L. Zoller, 3,450.00 

Office of the Chief Engineer: 

F. Embleton, 1,500.00; T. F. Francis, 949.19; M. C. Hood, 1,012.50; W. B. 
Hutcheson, 3,675.00; E. M. James, 1,600.00; M. Kennedy, 1,800.00; F. 
MacGowan, 1,000.00; W. A. MacLachlan, 3,366.67; J. D. Millar, 3,300.00; 
E. H. Murray, 2,175.00; C. H. Nelson, 3,498.89; C. A. Robbins, 3,816.67; 
A. A. Smith, 5,133.33; A. M. Stevens, 1,100.00; G. A. Stockdale, 1,875.00; 
P. C. Young, 450.79 

Office of the Bridge Engineer: 

H. M. Balfour, 3,066.67; A. T. Cowpersmith, 1,833.33; J. M. Gibson, 2,300.00 
H. N. Lamont, 2,900.00; L. Loch, 2,450.00; A. E. Mackinnon, 1,000.00 
V. S. Murray, 2,750.00; A. Sedgwick, 3,866.67; A. M. Toye, 675.00; D. E 
Wilson, 1,075.00 

Office of the Purchasing Engineer: 

S. Adams, 2,033.33; E. K. Reid, 658.33; S. R. Welby, 2,462.50 



8,000 00 



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36,253 04 

21,916 67 
5,154 16 



Office of the Draughting Room: 

D. Barclay, 2,775.00; L. D. Barrett, 370.00; J. Boyd, 2,161.56; M. W. Camp- 
bell, 500.00; H. A. Clark, 1,833.33; M. Crumpton, 1,200.00; W. A. Davidson, 
1,833.33; A. Hay, 3,350.00; J. F. Hill, 1,850.00; W. E. Hotson, 333.32; 
G. Lightwood, 1,833.33; L. G. Odam, 1,733.33; G. F. Pownall, 1,633.33; 
F. W. Wenger, 2,000.00 

Testing Laboratory: 

W. P. Braggins, 548.37; W. Kitson, 2,500.00; T. M. Smith, 1,333.33 



23,406 53 



4,381 70 



Surveys Office: 

Y. Andersen, 1,966.67; W. J. Baird, 500.00; N. D. Bennett, 2,033.33; W. R. 
Corey, 1,966.67; H. M. Fletcher, 350.00; W. J. Fulton, 3,333.33; C. G. 
Griffin, 1,933.33; P. M. Griffin, 1,333.33; J. J. Haigh, 2,133.33; C. J. B. 
Howard, 2,133.33; J. E. Jackson, 2,600.00; W. L. Jackson, 1,882.08; T. C. 
Muir, 1,372.59; K. H. Siddall, 2,218.14; L. D. Stewart, 3,000.00; M. M 
Treleaven, 1,200.00 

Office of the Chief Accountant: 

J. R. Anderson, 1,266.67; R. E. Beaupre, 1,233.33; I. J. M. Berry, 331.47; 
I. M. Bishop, 358.50; A. M. Boisseau, 1,200.00; A. W. Bradbury, 1,433.33; 
S. J. Burstow, 1,600.00; M. Carson, 1,200.00; I. Chadwick, 1,200.00; R. E. 
Cook, 1,050.00; G. H. Cooper, 949.96; C. L. Dicker, 2,400.00; N. W. Hallett, 
2,233.33; M. S. Hamilton, 1,733.33; M. I. Harris, 343.75; I. L. Hayden, 
148.39; C. Hoover, 2,033.33; H. E. Kelly, 1,200.00; H. H. Knight, 1,833.33; 
L. B. LaPrairie, 83.87; E. Lickorish, 1,183.33; L. Lindsay, 1,200.00; M. 
Lyons, 1,200.00; F. J. Martin, 2,133.33; E. A. Mitchell, 2,133.33; F. Porter, 
1,575.00; D. A. Roberts, 116.88; G. E. Saul, 400.00; A. L. Shaver, 925.00; 



29,956 13 



FJ) PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Salaries — Continued 
Permanent — Continued 

Office of the Chief Accountant — Continued 

S. Simpson, 1,175.46; W. A. Skinner, 1,733.33; G. E. F. Smith, 2,533.28; 
James Smith, 2,233.33; John Smith, 2,433.33; L. M. Sparling, 975.00; G. 
Stockley, 375.00; F. Talbot, 1,500.00; A. F. Vincent, 2,033.33; R. L. Way, 
1,600.00; W. K. Webb, 900.00; H. Wilson, 1,346.91; E. A. Wright, 134.08. . 53,672 51 

, Office of the Municipal Audits: 

P. D. Brown, 1,833.33; H. Y. Burch, 343.01; M. Child, 1,241.66; J. C. DeFoe, 
1,600.00; N. B. Dickson, 1,933.33; W. J. Fillion, 1,733.33; J. A. Gill, 470.97; 
W. M. Hardy, 1,650.00; P. H. Jory, 1,733.33; T. J. MacDonald, 1,566.67; 
M. C. Mace, 1,025.00; W. S. Marshall, 1,775.00; J. Pogue, 1,925.00; L. T. 
Rogers, 1,066.67; G. R. Simpson, 1,525.00; L. B. Teetzel, 2,000.00; M. H. 
Woods, 2,450.00 25,872 30 

Property Department: 

F. W. Beard, 2,100.00; R. W. Bond, '1,500.00; H. Y. Broadfoot, 99.60; L. A. 
Clements, 1,125.00; R. S. Code, 2,200.00; H. M. Cryer, 1,100.00; L. M. 
Elliott, 1,125.00; H. P. Jones, 2,233.33; B. Leadbetter, 579.58; H. M. Mc- 
Aninch, 950.00; F. A. McGiverin, 2,100.00; T. C. Mewburn, 415.00; B. E. 
Newcombe, 281.25; A. A. Outram, 2,025.00; A. R. Reid, 2,900.00; N. H. 
Richardson, 4,066.67; A. V. Rochemont, 1,733.33; E. L. Sharpe, 126.41; 
J. S. Slater, 2,300.00; D. E. Willmot, 275.00; S. I. Willmot, 20.00; G. F. 
Wyse, 1,633.33 30,888 50 

Central Records Branch: 

J. J. Cox, 303.57; V. M. Gardiner, 1,143.75; A. R. Kennedy, 1,933.33; K. 

Lindsay, 1,164.18; N. Rapson, 1,200.00; M. A. Walker, 175.00 5,919 83 

Stationery and Printing Office: 

G. W. Allen, 1,300.00; J. J. Corrigale, 300.00; B. Edwards, 1,256.25; L. B. 
Henn, 345.16; A. E. Luck, 1,433.33; J. B. Mason, 1,733.33; R. J. Mayer, 
290.65; L. E. Rooker, 1,266.67 7,925 39 

Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments 602 00 

Temporary : 

Office of the Chief Engineer: 

I. Cash, 1,007.81; M. D. Mennear, 1,023.33; A. Schwenger, 1,800.00 3,831 14 

Office of the Draughting Room: 

J. M. Neave, 659.69; P. S. Van Raalte, 1,533.32 2,193 01 

Office of the Chief Accountant: 

I. J. Berry, 412.50; D. Lambe, 1,200.00; A. M. MacMahon, 900.00; G. 

Stockley, 337.50; W. K. Webb, 900.00; W. T Whittle, 22.58 3,772 58 

Property Department: 

M. Johnson, 206.25; A. E. King, 2,100.00; M. McKellar, 206.25; B. E. 
Newcombe, 550.00; A. L. Page, 2,020.97; J. E. Robson, 2,199.96; G. L. Sayce, 
2,133.32; J. J. Smith, 2,133.32; G. R. Taylor, 2,133.32; D. E. Willmot, 554.44 14,237 83 

Central Records Branch: 

J. J. Cox, 337.50; A. C. Keates, 25.81; D. A. Roberts, 337.50; M. A. Sellen, 

875.00; G. M. Seymour, 232.48; J. D. Ward, 112.50; G. R. Young, 975.00. . 2,895 79 

Stationery and Printing Office: 

W. C. McBride 479 44 

Total $297,118 03 

Less: Refund, R. Melville Smith Co., Ltd 2,343 26 

$294,774 77 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F_7 

Main Office — Continued 

Cost of Living Bonus ($93,948.51) 

Sundry Employees 93,948 51 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($928.61) 
Postmaster, stamps purchased, 1,911.29; less employees' contribution, 982.68 928 61 

Grants ($1,800.00) 

Ontario Good Roads Association 300 00 

Canadian Good Roads Association 1,500 00 

Main Office $391,451 89 

DIVISION OFFICES 

Salaries ($287,206.47) 

Permanent : 

Division No. 1 — Chatham: 

E. J. Hosking, 3,500.00; L. P. Newham, 1,566.67; J. H. Schou, 2,066.67; F. 
Simmonds, 1,566.67 8,700 01 

Division No. 2 — London: 

W. R. Alder, 3,500.00; F. C. Brownridge, 1,833.33; J. A. Coombs, 1,384.39; 
E. M. Coulthard, 1,125.00; G. U. Howell, 2,233.33; G. M. Hubbell, 1,833.33; 
L. Westlake, 1,566.67 13,476 05 

Division No. 3 — Stratford: 

A. E. Long, 1,800.00; H. E. MacPherson, 3,500.00; R. J. O'Brien, 1,833.33; 

V. H. Pauli, 1,150.00; L. Sandey, 1,833.33 10,116 66 

Division No. 4 — Hamilton: 

A. L. Colter, 1,833.33; H. R. Dickson, 2,000.00; F. H. James, 1,149,96; C. J. 
Riddell, 1,500.00; H. A. Tregaskes, 1,358.33; C. W. Webster, 2,433.33; W. 
Westlake, 1,800.00 12,074 95 

Division No. 5 — Owen Sound: 

A. L. Baldwin, 2,500.00; O. J. Ball, 1,566.67; G. Briscoe, 1,833.26; S. A. 
Cummiford, 3,450.00; N. W. Mclntyre, 233.33; A. E. Rudd, 2,000.00; N. A. 
Stauffer, 1,833.33 13,416 59 

Division No. 6 — Toronto: 

D. Dyer, 1,700.00; A. H. Foley, 2,000.00; G. J. Foster, 374.19; S. H. Griffin, 
566.67; J. G. H. Long, 1,800.00; T. A. McNeill, 2,562.50; R. A. Panter, 200.00; 

D. G. Ramsay, 3,300.00; G. J. Summers, 1,533.33; G. B. Webster, 166.66; 

E. D. Wilhelm, 1,087.50 15,290 85 

Division No. 7 — Port Hope: 

W. A. Anderson, 2,566.67; E. Brandwood, 1,533.33; W. C. Fox, 532.24; W. A. 
Logan, 2,200.00; J. Sears, 3,500.00; W. B. Smith, 1,733.33; P. L. Whitley, 
2,450.00 14,515 57 

Division No. 8 — Kingston: 

L. B. Boyd, 1,533.33; J. W. Cumming, 1,350.00; A. H. Dale, 1,800.00; W. P. 
Judson, 2,233.33; C. D. Lyon, 2,566.67; W. F. Noonan, 3,500.00; W. G. 
Pearson, 1,633.33; F. E. Saunders, 2,233.33; D. M. Taplin, 300.00; E. F. 
Woodcock, 908.33 18,058 32 

Division No. 9 — Ottawa: 

H. M. Coghlan, 1,000.00; P. A. Keenan, 2,566.67; F. C. Perry, 2,000.00; 
W. L. Saunders, 3,500.00; W. J. Thomson, 2,133.33; J. A. Wallace, 1,566.67; 
L. C. Wild, 1,533.33 14,300 00 



Fj* PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Division Offices — Salaries — Continued 
Permanent — Continued 

Division No. 10 — Bancroft: 

W. A. Clarke, 3,150.00; F. J. Follis, 1,833.33; T. V. McCarthy, 2,000.00; 

H. J. Moore, 2,000.00 * 8,983 33 

Division No. 11 — Huntsville: 

R. P. Burchnall, 2,200.00; M. R. Clarke, 1,733.33; C. K. S. Macdonell, 

3,450.00; H. N. Merritt, 2,200.00; J. Paris, 2,400.00; C. P. Pells, 1,200.00. . . 13,183 33 

Division No. 12 — Parry Sound: 

A. Cowden, 1,800.00; W. L. Fraser, 2,500.00; E. W. Geddes, 2,000.00; G. Greir, 

1,075.00; W. Hicklin, 2,233.33; R. E. Richardson, 3,500.00 13,108 33 

Division No. 13 — North Bay: 

G. P. Angus, 2,566.67; A. W. Gratton, 600.00; P. Jay, 1,150.00; H. Robertson, 

315.86; H. C. Tackaberry, 3,500.00 8,132 53 

Division No. 14 — New Liskeard: 

M. E. Knight, 1,125.00; V. H. Longstaffe, 3,100.00; W. A. Overton, 1,666.67; 

D. R. Paterson, 2,450.00; R. V. Shave, 2,000.00 10,341 67 

Division No. 16 — Cochrane: 

W. S. Cole, 2,566.67; J. G. Field, 2,000.00; M. M. Nagle, 612.50 5,179 17 

Division No. 17 — Sudbury: 

J. Costello, 1,800.00; E. V. Marston, 2,566.67; C. W. Roach, 2,000.00; L. E. 

Salo, 996.68; C. F. Szammers, 3,100.00 10,463 35 

Division No. 18 — Blind River: 

G. R. Burley, 262.50; D. W. Maclver, 1,633.33; A. L. McDougall, 3,400.00.. 5,295 83 

Division No. 19 — Fort William: 

T. C. Armstrong, 810.00; A. Mooney, 2,000.00; H. G. Shaw, 1,633.33; H. P. 

Sisson, 2,450.00; E. S. Smith, 3,350.00; R. M. Stewardson, 1,150.00 11,393 33 

Division No. 20 — Kenora: 

F. Bruce, 1,833.33; E. A. Kelly, 3,350.00; A. H. Rabb, 2,566.67 7,750 00 

Division No. 21 — Fort Frances: 

F. B. Blakely, 1,833.33; J. J. Flanagan, 1,200.00; F. A. Linquist, 1,633.33; 

G. H. Lowry, 2,387.50; A. R. McDougall, 2,500.00; D. Murphy, 166.66; 

R. F. Strain, 166.66; L. F. Williams, 2,500.00 12,387 48 

Division No. 25 — Geraldton: 

W. W. Christopherson, 719.07; A. M. Mills, 833.32; C. F. O'Gorman, 2,233.33; 

H. R. Phipps, 2,666.67; C. P. Roney, 1,293.30 7,745 69 

Equipment Branch — Toronto: 

F. W. Adams, 1,800.00; E. Allen, 1,700.00; C. Andrews, 1,600.00; W. H. 
Atkins, 1,725.00; W. Beattie, 324.99; D. M. Bond, 1,800.00; J. Campbell, 
1,800.00; H. Consitt, 1,606.67; W. Coomber, 618.26; W. Cooper, 1,433.33; 
M. F. Cross, 1,933.33; C. E. Dearborn, 1,633.33; M. Dent, 1,833.33; A. R. 
Duffin, 1,800.00; J. G. Fraser, 2,033.33; A. Gordon, 281.25; S. H. Griffin, 
1,000.00; J. Hayden, 1,600.00; W. M. Johnson, 2,033.33; T. Johnston, 2,900.00; 

F. Law, 1,600.00; W. G. McGrath, 1,433.33; F. Moores, 554.82; J. H. Morris, 
1,633.33; R. N. Page, 1,425.00; W. H. Pain, 1,700.00; O. Pope, 1,600.00; 
W. S. Robinson, 1,700.00; W. Spence, 2,000.00; G. Treadaway, 1,600.00; 

J. M. Winton, 1,233.33 47,935 96 

Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments 1,189 09 

Temporary : 

Division No. 4 — Grimsby: 

G. F. Hanning 2,175 60 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F9 

Division Offices — Salaries — Continued 
Temporary — Continued 

Equipment Branch — Toronto: 

J. C. Gourlay, 452.92; F. Greenwell, 1,039.92; K. R. Hamilton, 437.44; 

M. H. Hosick, 62.50 1,992 78 



Permanent: 



MUNICIPAL ROADS BRANCH 
Salaries ($58,666.14) 



L. A. Boucher, 2,750.00; T. S. Caldwell, 2,675.00; J. E. Caughey, 2,750.00; 
W. S. Cook, 2,750.00; H. T. Eaton, 3,050.00; A. N. Fellowes, 3,050.00; A. Gamey, 
1,833.33; W. G. Gibson, 2,933.33; D. A. Gorrie, 1,665.00; N. W. Hainsworth, 
2,066.67; J. H. Hawes, 3,050.00; P. M. Higgins, 3,050.00; W. T. Hopper, 2,066.67; 
J. P. Howard, 525.00; T. W. Lee, 2,166.67; J. V. Ludgate, 2,675.00; J. M. Mac- 
Innes, 3,375.00; T. T. Magladery, 558.06; J. A. P. Marshall, 3,733.33; J. W. 
Perry, 1,150.00; K. Phillips, 530.75; C. A. Poynton, 2,750.00; H. A. Smail, 
3,050.00; D. S. Spence, 1,633.33; T. C. Swartman, 2,750.00; Public Service 
Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 79.00 58,666 14 

GASOLINE TAX BRANCH 

Salaries ($46,786.45) 

Permanent: 

W. Adams, 1,600.00; T. P. Aitchison, 1,933.33; R. C. Alexander, 900.00; W. A. 
Anderson, 2,066.67; W.C.Armstrong, 2,400.00 ;E.Banning,l, 233.33; E.H.Binkley, 
206.25; R. B. Blair, 2,033.33; K. W. Emery, 225.00; D. S. Ferris, 1,233.33; 

0. M. Garrioch, 412.50; T. D. Gordon, 548.65; H. S. Gunn, 2,835.48; V. H. 
Jacques, 1,075.00; P. H. Jerome, 925.00; J. R. Laver, 1,550.00; R. MacDonald, 
1,900.00; L. Martin, 412.50; W. A. Martin, 600.00; A. M. McArthur, 412.50; 
V. Mills, 975.00; M. E. Nicol, 1,000.00; J. J. Noble, 1,233.33; M. A. Power, 
1,725.00; J. H. Robinson, 2,033.33; R. M. Rudd, 1,200.00; C. W. Rymal, 900.00; 
C. A. Saunders, 2,033.33; H. Scicluna, 368.75; D. E. Strong, 637.10; M. S. 
Sutherland, 1,800.00; D. Talbot, 1,500.00; L. M. Thomson, 687.50; M.J. Wilson, 
1,233.33; F. J. Woodrow, 1,223.33; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Con- 
tribution re Enlistments, 128.00 43,180 87 

Temporary: 

R. C. Alexander, 900.00; O. M. Garrioch, 318.35; W. S. Jackson, 448.39; G. L. 
Loney, 81.03; L. Martin, 416.94; W. A. Martin, 600.00; A. M. McArthur, 412.50; 

1. B. Smith, 293.33; M. E. Thompson, 135.04 3,605 58 

MISCELLANEOUS PERMITS BRANCH 

Salaries ($14,783.32) 
Permanent : 

P. Bonneville, 1,233.33; G. M. Crozier, 975.00; E. Delves, 1,400.00; B. M. Dick- 
son, 1,533.33; J. Dollery, 1,600.00; C. G. Fairs, 2,000.00; M. Fice, 1,150.00; 
H. Harrison, 1,333.33; F. R. Hill, 1,050.00; H. B. Sargent, 1,533.33; G. E. Saul, 
750.00; E. A. Wright, 225.00 14,783 32 

MOTOR VEHICLES BRANCH 

Salaries ($127,054.48) 
Permanent: 

E. G. Aiken, 412.50; W. J. Arnold, 1,800.00; F. Banks, 325.00; J. G. Banks, 
100.00; L. Banner, 800.00; G. A. Bawtinheimer, 1,233.33; D. Best, 1,700.00 
J. P. Bickell, 4,566.67; W. Boughner, 1,500.00; K. Bowie, 1,000.00; C. A. Bradley 
1,000.00; G. Brown, 1,600.00; H. C. Brown, 699.96; I. K. Brown, 87.50; R. J 
Brown, 263.71 ; E. L. Butt, 1,075.00; V. J. Caldwell, 412.50; H. J. Carter, 1,500.00 
V. Carty, 1,000.00; E. M. Cockin, 1,800.00; J. G. Cohoon, 900.00; A. Collins 
1,400.00; C. C. Creed, 525.00; T. S. Cumber, 1,400.00; G. R. Duncan, 1,566.67 
W. M. Earl, 2,000.00; H. W. M. Edmond, 1,183.33; I. K. Edworthy, 912.50 
E. M. Eldridge, 1,200.00; G. C. Evans, 2,000.00; M. B. Evans, 1,200.00; E. M 
Flavelle, 1,150.00; O. M. Fraser, 1,433.33; E. I. Fuller, 844.24; A. J. Gamble 
1,800.00; M. I. Gillies, 1,150.00; F. V. I. Godfrey, 1,050.00; J. I. Gordon, 1,000.00 



F 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Motor Vehicles Branch — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 
Permanent — Continued 

K. M. Graham, 900.00; N. Griffith, 1,200.00; R. C. Hastings, 500.00; G. A. 
Hodgson, 2,200.00; A. G. Hovey, 1,800.00; M. Howard, 1,600.00; M. M. Hunt, 
797.84; J. Jackson, 1,800.00; E. Jones, 1,333.33; J. A. Judd, 1,031.34; W. Keddy, 
1,466.67; H. Kelly, 2,900.00; C. H. Kerfoot, 1,200.00; W. E. Laxton, 1,800.00; 
K. N. Loughrin, 1,200.00; C. M. MacDougall, 312.50; A. G. MacNab, 424.98; 
I. E. Madden, 1,125.00; L. G. Madill, 1,075.00; G. E. Manning, 1,125.00; M. E. 
Marsh, 1,000.00; J. M. McGarrie, 1,000.00; A. E. Mclntyre, 1,000.00; C. Mc- 
Kelvie, 1,800.00; A. McKnight, 300.00; C. Miller, 1,600.00; J. Miller, 139.49; 
R. M. Moore, 850.00; E. J. Mordue, 275.00; E. L. Mortimer, 1,050.00; A. E. 
Mullin, 850.00; M. S. Netterfield, 1,200.00; H. Nicholls, 1,600.00; F. J. O'Connor, 
1,200.00; J. F. Paton, 568.75; P. S. Pedlar, 2,200.00; A. Polci, 450.00; R. I. Riches, 
1,125.00; J. H. Rogerson, 1,500.00; A. H. Rowan, 2,000.00; W. E. Rutherford, 
1,000.00; R. M. Sanderson, 850.00; A. H. Saunders, 1,266.67; E. E. Seeker, 
1,200.00; R. B. Sharland, 300.00; R. Singleton, 800.00; E. A. Smith, 1,600.00; 
I. G. Smith, 1,200.00; J. J. Smith, 1,400.00; M. Sonne, 847.78; S. I. Steson, 
850.00; W. Stockdale, 2,000.00; J. S. Tatton, 2,000.00; F. Thompson, 1,000.00; 
B. Tilston, 1,200.00; A. A. Townley, 2,983.33; H. M. Tutt, 470.65; W. S. Verner, 
1,500.00; C. C. Ware, 1,733.33; G. C. Warren, 1,233.33; L. Wingfield, 1,200.00; 
R. J. Wright, 1,366.67; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re 
Enlistments, 223.06 121,315 96 

Temporary: 

E. G. Aiken, 416.94; J. G. Banks, 337.50; V. J. Caldwell, 407.95; J. G. Cohoon, 
300.00; M. M. Folger, 712.48; R. C. Hastings, 450.00; C. W. Hulse, 27.42; A. L. 
Jannett, 412.50; B. J. McDougall, 623.33; M. McKellar, 412.50; H. M. Tutt, 
437.90; L. Young, 1,200.00 5,738 52 

City of Niagara Falls, Compensation for loss of Taxes re Rainbow Bridge ($12,000.00) 

Treasurer, City of Niagara Falls 12,000 00 

statutory 

Summary of Expenditure 
Minister's Salary 8,000 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

Main Office 43,782 32 

Less: Refunds 305 30 

43,477 02 

Municipal Roads Branch 20,81 1 19 

Gasoline Tax Branch 5,509 37 

Less: Refunds 3 52 

5,505 85 

Miscellaneous Permits Branch 10,708 72 

Motor Vehicles Branch 13,979 87 

Less: Refunds 32 80 

13,947 07 

94,449 85 

Maintenance: 

Main Office 43,060 48 

Less: Refunds 3,086 87 

39,973 61 

Municipal Roads Branch 52 1 96 

Gasoline Tax Branch 2,078 02 

Miscellaneous Permits Branch 1,333 68 

Motor Vehicles Branch 35,059 59 

Contingencies v 570 00 

Traffic Census 2,705 50 

Motor Vehicles Branch: 

Safety Committee Advertising 1,117 96 

Automobile Markers and Supplies 34,765 45 

Fees, etc 415 87 

118,541 64 



1942-43 



DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 



F 11 



Statutory — Continued 
Summary of Expenditure — Continued 
Highway Improvement Act: 

King's Highways and Development Roads: 

Gross Expenditure 15,335,902 19 

Less: Refunds 340,001 89 



14,995,900 30 



Division No. 1, Chatham 

" 2, London 

" 3, Stratford 

■ 4, Hamilton 

" 5, Owen Sound. . . . 

" 6, Toronto 

" 7, Port Hope 

" 8, Kingston 

" 9, Ottawa 

« 10, Bancroft 

" 11, Huntsville 

" 12, Parry Sound.... 

" 13, North Bay 

" 14, NewLiskeard... 

" 16, Cochrane 

" 17, Sudbury 

" 18, Blind River 

" 19, Fort William... 

" 20, Kenora 

" ■ 21, Fort Frances... 

u 25, Geraldton 

Special Works, etc 

General 

Surveys 



, E. J. Hosking 465,684 34 

.W. R. Alder 257,478 06 

H. E. Macpherson 436,068 21 

G. F. Hanning 2,093,397 38 

,S. A. Cummiford 462,834 37 

.D.G.Ramsay 1,133,603 95 

J. Sears 426,722 50 

,W. F. Noonan 683,690 19 

,W. L. Saunders 286,900 12 

.W. A. Clarke 1,196,692 27 

,C. K. S. Macdonell. . . . 436,252 42 

. R. E. Richardson 282,847 69 

, C. Tackaberry 342,744 21 

.V. H. Longstaffe 652,619 96 

.A. Sunstrum 247,680 07 

. C. F. Szammers 280,870 43 

.A. L. McDougall 409,718 64 

.E.Smith 311,509 31 

.E. A. Kelly 288,516 65 

.G. H. Lowry 178,220 24 

.H. R. Phipps 3,770,173 66 

308,012 04 

234,702 83 

148,962 65 



Less: Refunds: 

Dominion Government Repayments. . . . 68,813 34 
Special Works, Sales, etc 271,188 55 



15,335,902 19 



340,001 89 



14,995,900 30 
Equipment Branch: 

Equipment Replacements, etc 60,175 11 

Less: Refunds 28,368 87 

31,806 24 

15,027,706 54 

Municipal Roads Branch: 

Subsidies in Aid of: 

County Roads 1,610,752 54 

Township Roads and Indian Reserves 1,983,867 74 

Less: Refunds 5,139 55 

1,978,728 19 

Total Net Statutory Expenditure $18,838,178 76 

Details of Expenditure 

Minister's Salary ($8,000.00) 

Hon. T. B. McQuesten 8,000 00 



Travelling Expenses ($94,449.85) 



Balfour, H. M., 264.59; D. Barclay, 129.42; H. S. Bare, 94.00; D. J. Barry, 665.93; 
F. Beard, 1,238.48; C. Beldam, 668.60; D. Best, 98.05; J. P. Bickell, 245.79; 
R. B. Blair, 1,635.92; R. W. Bond, 493.46; P. Bonneville, 1,160.47; L. A. Boucher, 
1.145.45; W. Braggins, 394.86; P. D. Brown, 1,197.75; C. Buchanan, 571.53; 
H. Y. Burch, 113.85. 



F12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

Caldwell, T. S., 884.59; H. J. Carter, 21.20; J. E. Caughey, 1,021.08; M. Child, 
903.50; L. M. Clayton, 322.80; R. S. Code, 40.01; A. Collins, 2,413.28; M. Con- 
nolly, 18.45; W. S. Cook, 1,093.80; G. H. Cooper, 87.88; T. S. Cumber, 2,183.45. 

Dickson, B. M., 751.59; N. B. Dickson, 1,287.71; J. Dollery, 1,347.42; G. R. Duncan, 
2,050.89. 

Eaton, H. T, 1,164.88. 

Fairs, C. G., 1,762.39; A. N. Fellows, 1,262.66; W. J. Fillion, 1,254.15; T. F. Francis, 
107.98. 

Gibson, J. M., 169.60; W. G. Gibson, 1,199.69; J. A. Gill, 68.04; T. D. Gordon, 441.42; 
D. A. Gorrie, 1,173.38; H. S. Gunn, 68.98. 

Hallett, N. W., 3.30; W. M. Hardy, 1,463.72; H. Harrison, 1,294.33; J. H. Hawes, 
819.15; A. Hay, 20.70; P. M. Higgins, 1,055.41; F. R. Hill, 627.12; C. Hoover, 
296.96; W. T. Hopper, 1,025.37; J. P. Howard, 126.24; W. B. Hutcheson, 2,667.73. 

Jones, H. P, 1,074.62; P. H. Jory, 1,079.67. 

King, A. E., 453.67; W. Kitson, 1,072.11. 

Lamont, H. N., 40.93; J. R. Laver, 1,026.77; W. E. Laxton, 1,449.97; T. W. Lee. 
847.90; G. Lightwood, 96.67; J. V. Ludgate, 1,218.72. 

MacDonald, T. J., 1,461.15; J. M. Maclnnes, 514.67; J. M. Maclver, 15.63; W. A. 
MacLachlan, 56.57; J. A. P. Marshall, 937.87; W. S. Marshall, 1,198.24; F. J. 
Martin, 70.00; F. A. McGiverin, 570.74; H. E. McTear, 1,108.41; T. C. Mew- 
burn, 95.40; J. D. Millar, 647.77; E. A. Mitchell, 3.95; V. S. Murray, 456.30. 

Nelson, C. H., 949.15. 

Outram, A. A., 802.33. 

Page, A. L., 885.05; J. Pogue, 878.52; C. A. Poynton, 1,605.35; C. E. Prouty, 1,359.48. 

Rapple, S. S., 1,697.12; A. Reid, 930.99; N. H. Richardson, 1,350.47; C. A. Robbins, 
1,063.44; J. H. Robinson, 1,330.21; J. E. Robson, 1,223.92; J. H. Rogerson, 
2,366.61; C. P. Roney, 96.75. 

Sargent, H., 1,235.70; C. A. Saunders, 855.56; G. L. Sayce, 755.39; A. Sedgwick, 
702.74; G. R. Simpson, 952.98; W. A. Skinner, 182.04; J. S. Slater, 1,338.05; H. A. 
Smail, 1,132.50; A. A. Smith, 427.60; G. E. F. Smith, 42.80; John Joseph Smith, 
1,972.56; Joseph Jave Smith, 829.75; R. M. Smith, 214.12; W. Stockdale, 851.08; 
G. Stockley, 4.40; D. E. Strong, 2.56; T. C. Swartman, 1,128.00. 

Taylor, G. R., 582.30; L. B. Teetzel, 1,167.38; A. A. Townley, 326.99; A. M. Toye, 
16.41. 

Walter, J., 974.92; W. K. Webb, 409.93; W. A. Weir, 868.47; G. F. Williamson, 
20.30; F. H. Willison, 1,246.44; H. Wilson, 836.70; M. H. Woods, 1,037.83. 

Zoller, J. L., 19.85. 

Total $94,791 47 

Less: Refunds : 341 62 



94,449 85 



Maintenance $ 78,966.86 

Contingencies 570.00 

Traffic Census 2,705.50 

Safety Committee Advertising 1,117.96 

Automobile Markers and Supplies 34,765.45 

Fees, etc 415.87 

$118,541.64 

Armour, C. V., 250.00; Art Metropole, 1,459.26; Automotive Transport Associa- 
tion of Ontario, 117.60. 

Boston Herald-Traveller Corporation, 1,110.00; Buffalo Courier Express, 547.01 
Burroughs Adding Machine of Canada, Ltd., 163.75. 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 13 

Maintenance, etc. — Continued 

Canadian Engineer Publications, 210.60; Canadian National Express, 2,926.72; 
Canadian National Railways, 116.69; Canadian National Telegraphs, 613.24; 
Canadian Pacific Express, 658.36; Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Communica- 
tions Department, 404.17; Canadian Photo Copy Co., 344.21; Cardiff Township, 
300.00; H. S. Crabtree, 195.50; Craft Display Co., Ltd., 181.12. 

Daily Commercial News and Building Record, 101.55; DeLuxe Transportation 
Co., 125.00; Dominion Press Clipping Bureau, 212.50. 

Globe Printing Co., 711.28; Grand and Toy, Ltd., 1,320.10. 

Hamilton Review, 240.00; Hamilton Spectator, 357.00; Jim Hunter 195.50. 

Instruments, Ltd., 192.65; International Business Machines Co., Ltd., 4,297.50. 

King's Printer, 53,206.68. 

Labor News, 200.00; F. H. Leslie, Ltd., 200.00; London Free Press Printing Co., 
336.00. 

MacLean, Hugh C. Publications, Ltd., 158.65; Maple Leaf Gardens, Ltd., 196.00; 
Mason, Foulds, Davidson & Kellock, 500.00. 

National Cash Register Company of Canada, Ltd., 119.75. 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 154.02; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
33,599.14; Ottawa Citizen, 623.98. 

Peterborough Examiner, 232.40; Preston and Sons, Ltd., 119.00; Pringle and Booth, 
Ltd., 147.88; Provincial Police, Ontario, 543.56. 

Raw, J. Frank Co., Ltd., 2,253.27. 

Tarling, C. & Co., 386.70; Textile Products Co., Ltd., 258.75; Timmins Daily Press, 
100.00; Toronto Baseball Club, Ltd., 600.00; Toronto Lions Convention Com- 
mittee, 250.00. 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, Ltd., 198.82. 

Windsor Daily Star, 313.32. 

Staff overtime meals, 736.25; Telephone, 2,935.27; Traffic census pay lists, 2,705.50; 
Accounts under $100, 3,202.26. 

Total $121,628 51 

Less Refunds 3,086 87 

118,541 64 

King's Highways, Development Roads and Equipment Branch ($15,027,706.54) 

Pay Lists, wages of men, etc.: 

Division No. 1, Chatham 120,847 55 

a 2, London 140,187 26 

a ■ 3, Stratford 187,235 22 

" " 4, Hamilton 256,754 68 

" " 5, Owen Sound 220,521 36 

" * 6, Toronto 200,632 32 

■ 7, Port Hope 155,792 08 

u " 8, Kingston 216,001 66 

■ 9, Ottawa 139,117 67 

8 10, Bancroft ; 144,782 45 

" 11, Huntsville 133,589 27 

a 12, Parry Sound 124,675 58 

" 13, North Bay 172,852 79 

u 14, New Liskeard 210,549 30 

u u 16, Cochrane 104,342 98 

" 17, Sudbury 156,081 79 

■ 18, Blind River 217,937 58 

" 19, Fort William 197,155 29 

■ 20, Kenora 137,425 28 

21, Fort Frances 102,317 33 

■ 25, Geraldton 76,617 72 

Equipment Branch 41,146 30 

Road Surveys 91,097 88 

General 89,236 90 

3,636,898 24 



F 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. : 

Abohbot, Catharine, 14,750.57; Winston Abohbot, 8,045.94; M. Abraham, 104.25; 
Commissioner of Agricultural Loans, 119.55; John Alto, 750.00; Norah E. 
Atkins, 789.25. 

Barnes, Martha J. and Roger, 1,504.17; Jas. B. Baxter, 1,317.60; Delias Bernard, 
326.33; N. Arthur Bernard, 416.09; Alfred and Mary Best, 700.00; Jno. Bill- 
lings Estate, 128.18; Landy Bilodeau, 180.74; Lillian and Wm. Blackwell, 
500.00; Jacob L. Blakely, 116.00; Ella Blockley, 2,200.00; Omer Boisvert, 
402.83; R. F. Booth and William Somerville, 173.00; L. Borter, 375.43; W. 
H. Bosley & Co., 303.20; Jno. Botting, 100.00; Florent Boucher, 125.00; E. J. 
Bower, 105.00; Reginald Bracken, 1,788.08; Edward Bradden, 1,250.00; 
British American Oil Co., Ltd., 200.00; H. G. Brown, 225.00; Estate of Jno. 
G. Brown, 100.00; Matthew Burnie Estate, 2,300.00. 

Cadzow, Archibald and Emily, 660.00; Cal-Por Gold Mines, Ltd., 450.00; Alex 
A. Cameron, 175.00; The Canada Company, 2,059.90; Canadian Canners, 
Ltd., 2,500.00; Canadian National Railways, 446.66; Canadian National 
Realties, 1,516.84; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 170.40; J. A. Carnegie, 
350.00; Alfred W. Carss, 150.00; Wm. A. Cathcart Estate, 200.00; Henry J. 
Chapeskie, 1,633.15; Geo. Ernest and Henrietta Chrysler, 100.00; G. T. Clark- 
son and I. E. Weldon, Liquidators, The Home Bank of Canada, 2,950.10; 
Katherine and Harry G. Cole, 5,259.67; Chas. O. Collen, 285.00; Ellen Conway, 
1,157.69; Thos. P. Conway, 142.54; Edward R. Costin, 8,000.00; Henry W. 
and Elizabeth S. Cox, 1,000.00; Thos. Geo. Crandall, 300.00; Ernest Culp, 
290.00. 

Davis, Benjamin, 6,578.38; W. S. Davis, 600.00; Fred J. Dawson, 500.00; W. E. H. 
and Leah M. Dearborn, 140.00; Jos. L. Delaire, 200.00; Angelo E. Deleo, 
146.04; Lionel Demers, 209.70; Estate of Jas. Depew, 300.00; J. A. Dechenes, 
180.64; Matthew Dix Estate, 106.60; Edith B. Doan, 100.00; Wm. Dominick, 
110.00; Don Head Farmers, Ltd., 137.00; Elmer and Laura Donaldson, 150.00; 
J. E. Druar, 125.00; H. A. Duke, 145.00; Wm. H. and Bridget Duman, 1,005.12; 
Frank Dumont, 191.92; Town of Dundas, 102.82; Jas. Dunlop Estate, 8,503.94. 

Eaton, T. Co., Ltd., 391.78; J. R. Ellett, 165.00; J. A. English, 1,214.58; Jeanette 
English, 3,750.00; Irene M. Evans, 1,000.00. 

Fanning, Geo., 118.06; Frank Feldman, 5,500.00; Pasquallo and Jean Fiellio, 
3,215.38; Clara Dubois Fitzgerald, 132.46; Municipality of East Flamboro, 
209.43; Township of West Flamboro, 320.58; W. D. Flatt Estate, 675.56; 
Margaret Fletcher, 115.00; Town of Fort Erie, 216.82; Michael J. Fowler, 
198.75; Jno. E. and Mary C. Fraser, 650.00; H. O. Fritsch, 381.25; Reinhart 
Fritsch, 123.00. 

Galka, J., 175.00; Henrietta Garfat, 260.00; M. Gauthier Holdings, Ltd., 425.00; 
G. G. Geary, 8,445.64; Ella L. I. Gibson, 2,000.00; J. A. Glaeser, 155.00; M. E. 
Goodale and Son, 3,705.00; Calvin and Pearl Gordon, 714.85; Mary Graham, 
100.00; Chas. A. and Myrtle I. Granby, 5,559.33; Alfred A. and Lily Gravett, 
2,595.03; Town of Grimsby, 115.30; J. and A. M. Gulliford, 405.00; S. Guty, 
209.44. 

Hadler, Moses and H. I., 325.00; Geo. Halgren, 184.30; Mike Halko, 116.70; 
Elizabeth Hamilton, 5,000.00; Jno. E. Hammell, 140.97; Clifford Hartman, 
433.50; H. H. Harvey, 730.94; Samuel Hawkins, 300.00; Nora May Heard, 
100.00; Jno. J. Heffering, 2,500.00; Caroline Helliwell Estate, 4,016.88; Geo. 
F. Helmer, 2,000.00; Jno. Hendrickson, 218.88; F. W. Hicks, 225.73; Hilma 
Hill, 300.90; Erice Holt and Ivar Eastman, 375.00; Archer D. Hopkins Estate, 
11,647.58; Ernest Hopkins, 8,451.05; Jno. Hough, 228.04; David Hudson, 
440.00; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 12,739.55. 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., 225.59; Edgar Inkster, 100.00; Fritz Geo. Irmscher, 297.53; 
W. H. Irvine and Marion S. Morrison, 1,000.00; Albert Ivey Estate, 155.00. 

Jardine, Annie, 119.40; Eric Johnson, 183.96; Catherine Johnstone, 2,572.58. 

Kallen, George and Olga, 500.00; Olga Kallen, 300.00; Jno. Karalash and Tom 
Godio, 290.00; Sarah J. Ker Estate, 2,550.41; Thomas G., John C, and George 
L. Kervin, 200.00; Blanche King, 4,421.12. 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 15 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

Lacroix, Fidele, 181.06; Land Titles Office, District of Cochrane, 191.66; Christiana 
Lane, 255.00; Omer Laplante, 440.00; Arthur Lapolice, 161.48; Jno. and Anna 
Lauzon, 100.00; Herbert Lean, 175.00; Norman and Luella Lean, 225.00; Edgar 
Leblanc, 200.00; Medard Legault, 140.33; Hosanna Lemaire, 255.72; Geo. N. 
Lightfoot Estate, 601.00; Local Master of Titles and Registrar, District of 
Kenora, 212.76; Local Master of Titles and Registrar, District of Sudbury, 
175.64; Eliza Lockwood, 175.00; Wm. and Mabel Longworth, 620.20; Carmen 
Lorenzo, 1,204.52; Loughborough Mining Co., Ltd., 156.08. 

MacEachern, Peter H., 183.72; R. J. MacKenzie, 186.47; C. A. MacPherson, 
3,500.00; Manson Madill, 300.00; Mary Ellen Malowney, 120.00; Floyd E. and 
Gladys M. Mannar, 2,506.60; Chas. Martin, 315.50; Ernest J. Martin, 700.00; 
Mason, Foulds, Davidson and Kellock, 906.85; Florence Mayhew, 375.00; T. 
McCarey, 100.00; Jno. and Lucreta McDougall, 3,400.00; Wm. J. McFedridge, 
500.00; R. E. McGillivray, 238.75; Wm. McHarg, 1,100.00; Estate of Edith 
Elora McKenzie, 200.00; Wm. G. and Florence M. McKibbin, 530.00; H. 
McMurter, 125.00; Walter Meinschenk, 110.00; Tom and Mera Melnick, 
125.00; Isaac Miers Estate, 1,632.00; August Miller, 225.00; Jno. A. Miller, 
124.70; Jas. E. Misener, 9,594.86; Gordon L. and Robt. R. Mitchell, 8,102.98; 
Mildred Dagmar Mitchell, 550.00; Judith Moland, 322.33; Nils Molund, 594.98; 
IDavid and Theresa Moore, 100.00; W. O. and M. L. Moore, 3,406.60; Edwin T. 
JMorgan, 5,350.00; A. B. Morrison, 1,800.00; Jas. A. Morrison, 100.00; Katherine 
B. and Henry B. Myers, 157.49. 

Nichols, W. J., 1,175.00. 

Olinskl, Estate of Thos., Jr., 1,000.00; Jno. Oliver, 161.74; Thos. Osborne, 100.00; 
City of Oshawa, 1,437.72. 

Pain, Sarah V. and Geo. F., 2,817.00; Jno. H. Parker Agency, 124.08; Myrtle Peck, 
125.00; Petawawa Lumber, Pulp and Paper Co., Ltd., 400.00; George Lorraine 
Pidgeon, 116.19; Geo. Pierson, 113.40; Rodolph Pinard, 332.28; Township of 
Pittsburgh, 200.00; Gordon T. Plotz, 315.00; Wm. R. and Anna M. Pringle, 
200.00; O. H. Pronger, 250.00; Lome Puchrin, 207.50; Bertram Geo. Punter, 
477.88; C. R. Purcell Co., 150.00. 

Quirion, J. W., 158.70. 

Rankin, Wm. Robt. and Kenneth McKenzie, 3,000.00; Jos. Ravelle, 108.30; Rev. 
J. H. Reble, 238.00; Receiver-General of Canada, 1,708.67; Fred. B. Reed, 
1,650.00; Registrar of Deeds — Algoma District, 204.79; Kingston and Frontenac 
County, 229.50; Lambton County, 259.18; Lincoln County, 141.26; Ontario 
County, 169.70; Renfrew County, 140.21; Welland County, 476.35; Wentworth 
County, 324.31; York East and York West, 157.65; Nick Renta, 220.00; A. E. 
Richards, 154.02; Jennie I. Robinson, 100.00; H. E. Rose, 750.00; Geo. and 
Elizabeth Roughton, 100.00; Nellie L. Rowell, 150.00; Jos. Roy, 180,83. 

Saccomano, Vera, Jennie Tupechka and Rose Marie Ramsay, 160.42; Ambrose V. 
and Mary Sanson, 2,026.72; Mary Sanson, 400.00; Alfred Sauve, 356.68; Town- 
ship of Scarborough, 143.42; School Section No. 1, Townships of Bond, Stock, 
Taylor and Currie, 200.00; School Section No. 6, Township of Stamford, 200.00; 
J. Oswald Schweyer, 500.00; Jas. J. and Helen Scott, 8,059.57; Mary E. and 
Jas. A. Scott, 6,000.00; Gerald Scratch, 374.78; Roland Shay Estate, 4,000.00; 
Twp. of Sheffield, 400.00; J. S. Shepherdson, 686.40; Shilton Estate and W. H. 
Wallbridge, 350.00; Thos. Shipway, 125.00; Helen Shork, 625.00; Harold E. and 
Harry G. Simpson, 348.00; Sims, Mcintosh, Schofield and Sims, 382.00; Sydney 
P. and Mary C. Smith, 920.00; Soldier Settlement of Canada, 418.13; Miles 
Springer, 182.75; Jas. J. Stack, 200.00; Twp. of Stamford, 10,488.62; Fred W. 
Stein, 223.00; Alan F. and Mary D. Stevenson, 125.00; Ralph V. and Robt. L. 
Stone, 300.00; Beatrice L. Storey, 325.00; City of Stratford, 500.00; Albert J. 
Strelow, 101.70; Herbert Suermondt, 1,000.00; Anna E. Swan, 2,400.00. 

Talbot, Adela and Georges, 498.48; Eileen Elliott Tansley, 250.00; Chester Tilton, 
300.00; Jno. Tobin Estate, 184.86; Wm. J. Tomlinson, 240.00; Howard Tufford, 
450.00; Leila E. Tufts, 1,432.27; Aubert Turgeon, 169.76; Roy B. Turner, 
1,500.00; Jno. Tutko, 675.00. 

Vader, Mathew, 850.00; Jos. Vaillancourt, 318.74; J. H. Vanderburgh, 1,237.00; 
Jno. Vandoskie, 185.86. 



F 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

Waldron, Verna May, 125.00; F. C. Walker, 475.05; E. M. and Lena Walters, 
151.80; Wm. Warlick, 150.00; Chas. R. Webster, 465.93; Welland Securities, 
Ltd., 74,569.05; C. White & Co., 400.00; J. A. Willoughby, 100.00; Mary Louise 
Wilton, 287.04; Carl Woolnough, 1,699.50; Esther Elizabeth and Stanley Wilfred 
Wright, 500.00. 

Young, R. C, 1,500.00. 

Zakarow, A., 550.00; Paul Zamolynski, 300.00; Annie and Eman Zubarec, 125.00. 

Accounts under $100, 8,452.71. 

Total 409,401 95 

Less 1939-40 Cheques cancelled — Alexander Besaw, 
143.18; A. J. Brown and Thomas Brown, 100.00; John 
Butler, 105.00; Ernest Cochai, 129.65; E. T. Cornell, 
150.00; Gordon H. Gray, 108.30; Johan Hahto, 125.00; 
J. B. Hall, 100.00; H. L. Ketcheson, 650.00; Estate of 
J. Koski, 103.35; K. Lynch, 117.30; R. J. McClure, 
100.00; D. A. Mooney, 100.00; Hammond T. Myers, 
100.00; Joseph Pouliot, 249.38; Roy B. Turner, 1,800.00; 
Mathew Vader, 1,300.00 5,481 16 

403,920 79 



Contracts: 

Abbott Limited, Geo. C, No. 40-120, plumbing and heating, Niagara Park Plaza 
Buildings, 37,557.26; Emil Anderson, No. 40-125, grading and culverts, 11 
miles, from a point 11 miles east of the west end of Mosher Lake, 143,937.28; 
No. 41-439 extension, crushed gravel, Junction Shebandowan Road and No. 17 
Highway westerly, 18,300.00; Angus & Taylor, Ltd., No. 40-134, grading and 
culverts 9 miles, 106 miles east of west end of Mosher Lake easterly to mile 115 
Geraldton to Hearst Highway, 78,228.69. 

Ball Bros. Ltd., Project No. 2-743, implement storage building, Stratford, 4,000.00; 
D. G. Bawtinheimer, No. 42-389, supply and application of sand, Martindale 
Cloverleaf to Lundy's Lane and Niagara Falls, 19,185.88; Bergman & Nelson, 
Ltd., Project No. 2-276, concrete culverts, Kenora west to mile 12 and mile 15 
to mile 27, 10,975.34; Bituminous Spraying & Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 42-301, 
surface treatment and oil dustlayer 125 miles, Chatham Division, 629.96; 
No. 42-313, surface treatment 35 miles and dustlayer 46 miles, Ottawa Division, 
9,352.11; No. 42-314, surface treatment 2]/i miles and dustlayer 242 miles, 
Bancroft Division, 8,873.01; R. A. Blyth, No. 40-110, Palgrave Bridge, Humber 
River, No. 50 Highway, Albion Township, 151.90; No. 40-139, crushed stone 
and gravel, Timmins Bridge, Mattagami River, 33,332.84; No. 41-48, bridges, 
Driftwood River, No. 7 Highway, and Wicklow River Bridge, No. 5 Highway, 
34,464.01; No. 42-03, Departure Creek Bridge, No. 2 Cochrane to Hearst High- 
way, 7,976.50; No. 42-04, Blanche River Bridge and Approaches, Township of 
Dack, Charlton Road, 2,646.05; Project No. 2-605, restoration of Una Park 
Bridge, Wabi River, Town line between Hudson and Kearns Townships, 
4,920.50; Bond Construction Co., Ltd., No. 41-28, Revell River Bridge No. 2, 
and culverts, Kenora District, 8,875.74; No. 42-371, crushed gravel, Kenora to 
Redditt Highway, 29,072.20; No. 42-372, crushed gravel, Highway No. 7, Emo 
to Sleeman, 21,514.88; Project No. 1-635, grading, east of Emo, Fort Frances 
Division, 14,800.91; T. J. Branton & Co., Ltd., No. 41-332, crushed gravel, 
Belmont south, 875.50; Brennan Paving Co., Ltd., No. 39-01, grading east of 
Ritson Road, Cromwell, Simcoe and Oshawa Bridges, east of Oshawa, 33,009.58; 
No. 40-90A, concrete pavement and grading, Stanley Street to Circle on Queen 
Elizabeth Way, Peace Bridge to the Fort at Fort Erie, 51,148.37; No. 40-105, 
stone facing, etc., Canadian Approach Plaza to Rainbow Bridge, Niagara Falls, 
26,625.13; No. 40-119, buildings on the Canadian Approach Plaza to Rainbow 
Bridge, Niagara Falls, 87,749.95; No. 41-20, concrete and asphaltic pavements, 
Stanley Street to Plaza, Niagara Falls, 185,836.75; No. 41-25, Service Station, 
Rainbow Bridge, Canadian Approach Plaza, Niagara Falls, 8,034.59; No. 42-02, 
alteration and addition to buildings, grading road entrance to Rasberry Farm, 
19,331.98; Project No. 1-747, Bus Terminal, basement of Canada Permits 
Building and Highways Office, concrete floor and gravel fill, Approach Plaza 
Buildings, Niagara Falls, 20,891.94; Project No. 1-760, cleaning and painting 
Floodlight Tower, Rainbow Bridge Plaza, Niagara Falls, 274.00; Project No. 
1-913, partial completion of stores on River Road, Niagara Falls, 49,830.87; 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS FJ7 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 
Contracts — Continued 

Project No. 2-3248, resurfacing 1 mile, St. Catharines to No. 20 Highway, 
3,534.04; R. J. Brewer, No. 42-331, crushed gravel, Freelton to Waterloo County 
Line, 8,138.24. 

Campbell Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-117, grading and culverts, Gananoque 
to International Bridge, 35,287.70; No. 40-126, grading and culverts, 7 miles, 
22 miles east of west end of Mosher Lake, easterly to mile 29, Geraldton-Hearst 
Highway, 360,129.73; Canadian Comstock Co., Ltd., No. 40-121, electric wiring, 
Niagara Park Plaza Buildings, Canadian approach to Rainbow Bridge, Niagara 
Falls, 30,296.46; No. 41-33, lighting, Park Plaza Buildings, Niagara Falls, 
1,482.82; Carter-Halls-Aldinger Co., Ltd., No. 39-123, grading and culverts, 
3.3 miles, Thorold Road to Lundy's lane and Niagara entrance to new bridge, 
5,979.08; Caswell Construction, Ltd., No. 42-356, crushed gravel, Timmins 
Back Road, 21,732.73; No. 42-357, crushed gravel, Kirkland Lake to Quebec 
Boundary, 46,202.85; Project No. 2-265, ditching, Kirkland Lake to Quebec 
Boundary, 6,375.00; Central Bridge Co., Ltd., No. 40-123, superstructure Rouge 
River Bridge, 2,980.00; Herbert L. Conlin, No. 42-382, supply and application 
of sand, Toronto to Holland River, 31,938.80; Allan G. Cook, No. 42-346, 
crushed gravel, Honey Harbour to Port Severn to Go Home Bay, 5,106.00; 
A Cope & Sons, Ltd., No. 40-90, 3.3 miles concrete pavement between Queen- 
Elizabeth Way and bridge approaches, Lundy's Lane to Thorold Road, 10,212.10; 
No. 41-425. resurfacing and grading St. Catharines to Beamsville and vicinity, 
10,769.49; No. 42-387, supply and application of sand, Bronte to Campbell's 
Corners and Burlington Cloverleaf to Windermere Cut-off, 36,115.00; No. 42-388, 
supplv and application of sand, Windermere Cut-off to Martindale Cloverleaf, 
50,795.98; Project No. 1-14, fencing, Hamilton to Fort Erie, 8,596.26; Project 
No. 2-127, sodding, Junction Thorold Stone Road and Lundy's Lane, Queen 
Elizabeth Way, 5,558.97; Project No. 2-3190, patching and making up settlements, 
Stoney creek, 15 and 16 mile Creek, Jordon, Martindale, Queen Elizabeth Way, 
16,808.34; Project No. 2-3224, resurfacing, Hamilton to Mount Hope, 6.8 miles, 
19,172.74; Cornell Construction Co., No. 42-303, surface treatment, 50 miles, 
Stratford Division, 4,786.24; Curran & Briggs, Ltd., No. 37-93 extension, grading 
and culverts, 5 miles, Apsley to Bancroft, 88,862.49; No. 40-132, grading and 
culverts, 9 miles, 88 miles east of Mosher Lake easterly to Mile 97, Geraldton 
to Hearst, 189,357.23; No. 41-41, concrete pavement, 3.5 miles, Highway No. 
27 to Malton Village, including Mimico Creek Bridge, 78,901.62; No. 41-408, 
patching concrete pavement, various roads, Stratford and Owen Sound Divisions, 
258.00; Project No. 1-877, replacing deck, Seaforth Bridge, No. 8 Highway, 
233.43. 

Dibblee Construction Co., Ltd., Project No. 2-3737, crushed gravel, Vernon North 
and South, Osgood Township, 3,467.62; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., No. 41-08, 
structural steel, Long Lac Overhead, Geraldton to Hearst, 1,000.00; Dominion 
Construction Corporation, Ltd.* No. 40-133, grading and culverts, Mile 97 east 
of west end of Mosher Lake to Mile 106, Geraldton to Hearst, 221,645.66; No. 
41-26, Meadow Creek Bridge, Monteith to Iroquois Falls, 13,590.59; Don Con- 
struction, Ltd., No. 38-21, grading and culverts, 6.4 miles, Rosebank Side Road, 
Pickering Township, 27,991.56; No. 41-16, grading and culverts, 13.8 miles 
west and 1.6 miles east of Barry's Bay to Madawaska, 6.14 miles, 93,554.10; 
No. 42-383; supply and application of sand, Holland River to Barrie, 20,256.00; 
No. 42-384, supply and application of sand, Barrie to Midland and Midhurst 
to Stayner, 17,251.75; Project No. 2-3648, supply and application of sand, Barrie 
to Severn Bridge, 16,790.40; Dufferin Paving Co., Ltd., No. 40-131, grading 
and culverts, 9 miles from 79 miles east of west end Mosher Lake easterly to 
Mile 88 on Geraldton to Hearst Highway, 261,544.35; No. 41-45, Pagwachuan 
Bridge, Geraldton to Hearst Highway, 9,520.31; Dufferin Paving and Crushed 
Stone, Ltd., Project No. 2-400, black macadam pavement, 9.2 miles, Jarvis to 
Nelles Corners, 204,619.90. 

Ellins Construction Co., Ltd., No. 42-386, supply and application of sand, Missis- 
sauga Road to Bronte, Queen Elizabeth Way, 37,268.00; S. R. Evans, Project 
No. 1-1267, masonry work, heating plant, Brant House, Burlington, 975.00' 

Forwell Sand & Gravel, Ltd., No. 42-327, crushed gravel, Listowel to Elmira, 
No. 86 Highway, 7,366.98; No. 42-329, crushed gravel, Hickson to Roseville, 
No. 97 Highway, 4,199.99; M. L. Foster, No. 42-07, sodding, Highland Creek 
to Rosebank Sideroad, Toronto to Oshawa Dual Highway, 4,282.80; Frankel 
Bros., Ltd., No. 41-07, steel superstructure, Mattagami River Bridge, 500.00. 



F 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Contracts — Continued 



King's Highways, etc. — Continued 



Gatehouse Bros., Ltd., Project No. 2-23, extending building for electrical equip- 
ment, Brown's Line, 4,420.00; J. D. Gibbons, Project No. 1-1267, masonry work, 
Brant House, Burlington, 1,371.04; G. A. Gibson & Sons, No. 40-102, sub- 
structure, Laurier Bridge, No. 21 Highway, 3,428.61; Godson Contracting Co., 
Ltd., Project No. 1-718, surfacing bridges, Oshawa and Whitby, 2,256.77; The 
Grover Co., No. 40-122, pneumatic tube system, Niagara Park Plaza Buildings, 
Niagara Falls, 218.12. 

Hadley-McHaffie Construction Co., Ltd., No. 40-130, grading and culverts, 9 
miles, 70 miles east of west end of Mosher Lake to Mile 70 on Geraldton to 
Hearst Highway, 343,272.76; No. 41-377, W. O. 1-3804, crushed gravel, Sturgeon 
Falls to Field, 11,992.30; Harvey & Irvine, No. 37-220, grading and culverts, 
Dacre to Eganville, Cloyne to Denbigh, 98,609.00; M. G. Henniger, No. 42-340, 
crushed gravel, Almonte to Carp, No. 44 Highway, 11,005,21; Holdcroft Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., No. 37-95 extension, grading and culverts, 6 miles north 
of Barry's Bay to Pembroke, 16,766.17; Project No. 2-290, concrete culverts, 
Kingston Division, 5,225.37; Holmes Construction Co., No. 40-111, Griffith 
Bridge, Madawaska River at Griffith, No. 41 Highway, 16,267.95. 

Inter-County Sand & Gravel Co., No. 41-324, crushed gravel, Highway No. 18A, 
Kingsville to Colchester Road, 12,510.69. 

Johnston Bros. Co., Ltd., No. 37-221, grading and culverts, 10 miles, Apsley to 
Bancroft, 389,025.72; No. 41-438, culverts and grading, Brooke to Kaladar, 
No. 7 Highway, 18,800.00; No. 42-09, realignment of road and hot mix pave- 
ment, .85 miles, Ancaster Hill, No. 2 Highway, 6,980.63; No. 42-347, crushed 
gravel, Minden to Haliburton, 23,328.11; A. E. Jupp Construction Co., Ltd., 
No. 40-141, grading and culverts, 2.5 miles, Sudbury to Capreol Road, 19,968.52; 
No. 41-316, surface treatment, 563^ miles, various roads, Toronto Division, 
157.20; No. 41-413, resurfacing, No. 7 Highway, Nobleton to Schomberg, 
3,540.40; No. 42-308, surface treatment and dustlayer, 154 miles, Toronto 
Division, 13,785.54; No. 42-315, surface treatment and dustlayer, 52 miles, 
Huntsville Division, 4,381.16; No. 42-316, surface treatment and dustlayer, 
50^ miles, Parry Sound Division, 2,693.35; No. 42-354, crushed gravel, Hagar 
to Noelville, Warren to River Valley and Verner to Lavigne, 23,128.80; No. 
42-381, supply and application of sand, Oshawa to Toronto, 47,998.50; Project 
No. 1-361, pavement for Connecting Link, Town of Copper Cliff, No. 17 High- 
way, 338.82; Project No. 2-3621, crushed gravel, Beaverton to Brechin, 1,715.20. 

Kerr, Joe, No. 42-328, crushed gravel, Bluevale to Harriston, 3,021.75; Keystone 
Contractors, Ltd., No. 41-15, grading and culverts, 5 miles, 8.08 miles west 
of Barry's Bay to 13.08 miles west, 90,576.64; Geo. Kimberley, Project No. 
2-276, concrete culverts, Mile 15 to Mile 27, West of Kenora, 6,599.37; 
King Paving Co., Ltd., No. 40-142, Highland Creek Underpass, Toronto to 
Oshawa, 5,762.03; Kirkfield Crushed Stone Co., Ltd., Project No. 2-3482, 
crushed stone, Port Hope Division, 19,045.45. 

Lennox" Construction Co., Ltd., No. 42-311, surface treatment, 78 miles, Kingston 
Division, 9,113.89; Project No. 2-252, seeding, Highland Creek to Oshawa, 
1,381.14; A. Lothian, Project No. 2-368, culvert, Wilno Culvert, No. 60 High- 
way, 5,346.18; Project No. 2-436, Bridge, 3% miles north of Madawaska Village, 
Victoria Lake Road, 7,490.00; Project No. 2-758, bridge over Mud Creek, on 
Secondary Road, Highway No. 62 to Lake Baptiste, 981.00; Project No. 2-3099, 
crushed gravel, Killaloe to Round Lake, 17,705.78. 

Mackey, Wallace A., Ltd., No. 40-127, grading and culverts, 9 miles, 43 miles 
east of west end of Mosher Lake easterly to Mile 52 on Geraldton to Hearst 
Highway, 231,359.68; Jno. Maguire Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 42-360, crushed 
gravel, No. 68 Highway, Whitefish Falls to 7 miles south, 11,027.50; No. 42-361, 
crushed gravel, No. 17 Highway, Webbwood west to pavement, 18,698.68; 
Malvern Construction Co., Ltd., No. 40-106, Batchawana Bridge, No. 17 
Highway, Fisher Township, 5,281.35; No. 41-54, grading and culverts, 14 miles, 
Renabie Gold Mine Road, 25,992.63; No. 41-55, grading and culverts, 16 miles, 
Jerome Gold Mine Road, 47,226.60; H. J. McFarland, No. 41-30, traffic circle, 
Kingston at intersection of No. 2 and No. 3 Highways, 17,573.93; McGinnis & 
O'Connor, No. 41-428, resurfacing penetration macadam, various roads, King- 
ston Division, 184,598.65; McNamara Construction Co., Ltd., No. 37-79, 
mixed macadam, 6 miles, Englehart south, 8,606.56; No. 38-68 and extensions, 
grading and culverts, 12 miles, Kenogami Lake Bridge to south end of Round 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 19 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 
Contracts — Continued 

Lake, 41,171.44; No. 40-138, grading and culverts, 10 miles, 143 miles east of 
west end Mosher Lake to Mile 153 on Geraldton to Hearst Highway, 374,226.10; 
No. 42-355, crushed gravel, Kenogami to Ramore, 83,346.13; Project No. 2-631, 
grading, Copper Property road to Kamiskotia, 59,736.83; Project No. 2-3519, 
crushed gravel, Hearst easterly to Mattice, 42,000.00; Municipal Spraying & 
Oiling Co., Ltd., No. 41-368, crushed gravel, Dwight to Algonquin Park Station, 
24,529.50; No. 42,309, surface treatment, 73.2 miles, Port Hope Division, 
12,017.33; No. 42-310, dustlayer, various roads, Port Hope Division, 2,470.03; 
N#. 42-379, supply and application of treated sand, Belleville to Port Hope, 
20,328.51; No. 42-380, supply and application of treated sand, Oshawa to Port 
Hope to Peterborough, 28,077.76; Project No. 2-3479, resurfacing, 2 miles, 
Port Perrv east and Lindsay south, 3,541.22; Project No. 2-3579, crushed gravel, 
10 miles, Charing Cross to Merlin, 2,997.85; E. Murphy Estate, Ltd., Project 
No. 2-500, retaining wall, River Bridge at Mount Forest, north end of Saugeen 
River, 900.00. 

Non Skid Pavement, Ltd., Project No. 2-3131, cold-mix non skid pavement, Vil- 
lage of Verona, 9,264.18; Project No. 2-3150, resurfacing, Dublin easterly 1.35 
miles, 11,260.20; Northland Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 38-22, grading and 
culverts, 6.7 miles, east limits of Lot 7, Pickering Township to Line be- 
tween Lots 15 and 16, Whitby Township, 1,180.86; No. 39-140, grading and 
culverts, 17.4 miles, Niagara Falls to Fort Erie, 12,281.16. 

Ontario Bridge Co., Ltd., No. 42-377, painting bridges, New Liskeard Division, 
6,801.00. 

Petursson, R. F., No. 39-136, bridges and culverts, Wabigoon River Bridge, 
Beaver Creek Bridge and Revell River Culvert, No. 8 and 11 Highways, 
6,906.79; No. 41-47, Gull River Bridge, No. 5, Dryden to Fort William, 
8,370.47; Project No. 2-275, fill, Grassy Narrow's Bridge, Kenora Division, 
659.17; Project No. 2-276, W. O. 2-373 and 431, constructing 6 culverts, Kenora 
west to No. 12 Mile, 493.25; Project No. 2-283, erection of two bridges, Richan 
Road, Wainwright Township, 1,520.74; Pioneer Construction Co., Ltd., No. 
42-352, crushed gravel, Little Jocko River to Temiskaming and Feronia to 
north east 6 miles, No. 63 Highway, 26,220.00; No. 42-353, crushed gravel, 
Sturgeon Falls to Field north and Field to River Valley, 15,860.00; 
No. 42-359, crushed gravel, Sudbury to Capreol Highway, 5,637.30; No. 42-362, 
crushed gravel, Thessalon to Bruce Mines, No. 17 Highway, 1,955.00; No. 
42-363, crushed gravel, Sault Ste. Marie, 12 miles north to 30 miles north, No. 
17 Highway, 10,780.00; No. 42-364, crushed gravel, Searchmont Road, 4,960.00; 
J. N. Pitts, No. 40-99, Rainbow bridge, Canadian Approach Plaza, Victoria 
Avenue, grade separation, 36,793.40; No. 40-135, grading and culverts, 9 miles, 
Mile 115 to Mile 124, Geraldton to Hearst Highway, 183,551.77; No. 41-18, 
Madawaska River Bridge No. 11, Highway No. 60, Murchison Township, 
5,727.08; No. 41-19, Opeongo Bridge No. 2, Highway No. 60, Lyell Township, 
10,263.25; No. 41-43, bridge offices, Rainbow Bridge, Niagara Falls, 6,584.86; 
Project No. 1-607, stone facing, Victoria Ave., Cut and Newman Hill, Niagara 
Falls, 57,761.62; Provincial Road Spraying & Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 42-306, 
surface treatment, 64 miles, Owen Sound Division, 9,029.67; Project No. 2-516, 
paving the fill, 2 miles west of Owen Sound, Highway No. 21, at Springmount, 
3,150.00. 

Rayner Construction, Ltd., No. 40-112, Sturgeon River Bridge No. 4, Beardmore 
to Geraldton, 1,377.80; No. 40-124, grading and culverts, 11 miles, west end of 
Mosher Lake to 11 miles easterly, Geraldton to Hearst Highway, 268,546.77; 
No. 40-147, Liverpool Underpass, Toronto to Oshawa, 63.28; Roadbuilders, Ltd., 
No. 41-14, grading and culverts, 5 miles, 3.08 miles west of Barry's Bay westerly 
5 miles, 95,207.67; W. B. Russell & Co., No. 41-382, crushed gravel, Timagami 
toLatchford, 10,100.37; No. 42-351, crushed gravel, North Bay easterly 7 miles, 
No. 17 Highway, 2,933.35; Ryan Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 40-109, substructure 
and floor, Rouge River Bridge, Toronto to Oshawa, 11,560.57; No. 41-37, con- 
crete pavement, 10 miles, Sombra to Corunna and 10 foot strip in Port Lambton, 
132,708.10. 

Sandy Contracting and Machine Works, No. 41-422, crushed gravel, Elgin to 
Mitchell, 5,603.25; No. 42-332, crushed gravel, Wiarton north to Hepworth 
south, 7,378.36; Sarnia Bridge Co., Ltd., No. 41-49, steel superstructure, Pag- 
wachuan River Bridge, 26,005.80; No. 41-52, steel superstructure, Wicklow 
River Bridge, 1,464.57; Schutz Construction Company, No. 42-333, crushed 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 
Contracts — Continued 

gravel, Shelburne to Collingwood, No. 24 Highway, 24,720.00; No. 42-335, 
crushed gravel, Primrose Corners to Allison, No. 89 Highway, 6,696.00; No. 
42-365, crushed gravel, Manitoulin Island, Manitowaning to Sheguiandah, 
11,740.08; No. 42-366, crushed gravel, Manitoulin Island, Gore Bay 5 miles 
east to 12 miles west, 22,432.81; No. 42-367, crushed gravel, Manitoulin Island 
to Kagawong West, 3,957.92; No. 42-368, crushed gravel, Manitoulin Island, 
Providence Bay to Tehkummah, 4,798.99; No. 42-390, crushed gravel, Gana- 
noque to Seeley's Bay, 5,049.00; Scott-Jackson Construction, Ltd., No. 41-424, 
resurfacing concrete patching, Toronto to Burlington, Queen Elizabeth Way, 
2,094.78; No. 42-305, surface treatment, Grimsby Division, 4,999.96; E. and 
E. Seegmiller, Ltd., No. 42-330, crushed gravel, Milton to Acton and No. 52 
Highway Wellington County Line to No. 2 Highway, 7,871.80; Sharp Bros. 
Cut Stone Co., Ltd., Project No. 1-749, stone wall, Ravine Edge and River 
Road, 7,830.78; Shaw & Wright, Ltd., No. 41-44, finishing hardware, Cana- 
dian Approach Plaza Building, Rainbow Bridge, Niagara Falls, 7,373.31; 
C. Smythe, Ltd., No. 42-385, supply and application of sand, Toronto to 
Mississauga Road, Queen Elizabeth Way, 37,058.00; D. Springer & J. W. 
Beatty, No. 41-355, crushed gravel, Napanee to Kaladar, No. 41 Highway, 
4,802.61; No. 41-365, crushed gravel, Barrie's Bay to Combermere, No. 63 
Highway, 7,300.00; Standard Paving Co., Ltd., No. 40-129, grading and cul- 
verts, 61 miles east of the west end of Mosher Lake easterly to Mile 70, Gerald- 
ton to Hearst Highway, 396,256.55; No. 41-39, 5.5 miles concrete pavement, 
22' wide, Durham to Allan Park, 4,800.00; Sterling Construction Co., Ltd., 
No. 40-136, grading and culverts, 9 miles from a point 124 miles east of west 
end of Mosher Lake easterly to Mile 133, Geraldton to Hearst Highway, 
195,990.92; No. 40-149, Hickson Side Road Underpass, Toronto to Oshawa, 
810.34; No. 41-46, Kabinakagami River Bridge, Lot 3, Con. 4, Studholme 
Township, Geraldton to Hearst Highway, 18,842.58; No. 41-53 and exten- 
sion, hot mix gravel pavement and grading, Port Albert Airport south 5 miles 
and Grand Bend south 5 miles, 34,354.13; No. 42-342, crushed gravel, Bala 
to Parry Sound Boundary, No. 69 Highway, 17,050.53; C. L. Storey, No. 
42-336, crushed gravel, Marmora to Madoc, 7,020.60; No. 42-337, crushed 
gravel, Picton to Cole's Ferry, No. 41 Highway, 6,143.65; Storms Contracting 
Co., Ltd., No. 40-137, grading and culverts, 10 miles, from a point 133 miles 
east of west end of Mosher Lake easterly to Mile 143, Geraldton to Hearst 
Highway, 118,574.44; H. H. Sutton & Son, No. 42-08, sodding, between Lots 
6-7, Pickering Township and Lots 15-16, Whitby Township, 5,551.15. 

Thompson Construction Engineering Co., Ltd., No. 42-349, crushed gravel, 
Emsdale to Sprucedale, 8,197.34; No. 42-350, crushed gravel, Golden Valley 
to Loring, 9,072.12; Project No. 2-3504, crushed gravel, Burk's Falls to Mag- 
netawan and Sundridge to Magnetawan Road, 20,627.38; Tomlinson Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., No. 40-128, grading and culverts, 9 miles from a point 
52 miles east of west end of Mosher Lake easterly to Mile 61, Geraldton to 
Hearst Highway,. 212,849.26; No. 41-27, 3 culverts, No. 17 Highway, Fort 
William to English River, Nipigon to SchreiSer, 3,994.86; Towland Construc- 
tion Co., Ltd., Project No. 2-3247, resurfacing 2500', No. 2 Highway, from 
Junction of No. 80 and No. 2 Highways easterly, 6,681.47; Project No. 2-3466, 
surface treatment 1500', Grand Bend easterly, No. 81 Highway, 1,725.24. 

Uren, Blake W., No. 41-433, crushed gravel, Bracebridge to Glen Orchard, 
5,000.00; No. 41-435, crushed gravel, Norwood to Baltimore, 5,170.00; No. 
41-437, crushed gravel, 37.7 miles, Windermere Road, from Junction Road 
No. 204 to Windermere, 30,720.00; Project No. 2-3566, crushed gravel, Parry 
Sound to Burk's Falls, 7,145.57; Project No. 2-3736, crushed gravel, Boundary 
of Parry Sound Division to Hayes Corners to Rosseau, 4,350.00. 

Vance, James A., Project No. 2-316, Palgrave Culvert, No. 50 Highway, 2,135.35; 
Project No. 3-3100, culvert replacement, Thornhill Culvert, No. 11 Highway, 
6,232.15. 

Wainright Construction, Ltd., No. 40-118, Exeter Bridge, Exeter, Hay Town- 
ship, No. 80 Highway, 3,181.24; No. 42-302, surface treatment 60.6 miles and 
dustlayer 87 miles, London Division, 1,010.43; Warren Bituminous Paving 
Co., Ltd., No. 40-394 extension, resurfacing, Boshkung Beach to Dorset, 
No. 35 Highway, 57,169.59; Project No. 2-179, sidewalk, 2600', south of Nobel, 
No. 69 Highway, 4,446.15; Project No. 2-3148, resurfacing, plant mix mulch, 
Highway No. 11, Huntsville Division, 22,245.41; Project No. 2-3149, resurfac- 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 
Contracts — Continued 

ing, plant mix mulch, No. 11 Highway, Parry Sound Division, 15,347.66; 
Project No. 2-3324, crushed gravel, Huntsville to Baysville, 6,005.30; Project 

No. 2-3427, resurfacing, cold-mix, No. 11 Highway, Emsdale to Sundridge, 
909.00; Project No. 2-3627, crushed gravel, Norway Point to Dorset, 10,233.65. 

Yundt, Bros., No. 41-339, crushed gravel, Highway No. 7 to Thamesville, 7,200.00; 
No. 42-325, crushed gravel, Wingham to Amberley to Kincardine, 2,167.50; 
No. 42-334, crushed gravel, Orangeville to Erin, Highway 24, and, Caledon 
to Junction of Nos. 24 and 51 Highways, 2,682.40. 

Total 7,914,339 18 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc.: 

Bituminous Materials 438, 113 13 

Gas and Lubricants, etc 383,518 99 

Equipment Repairs and Maintenance 290,844 11 

Stone 283,875 75 

Calcium Chloride 234,822 14 

Cement . . 227,409 67 

Compensation and Insurance 140,736 16 

Car Mileage 119,761 37 

Travelling Expenses 117,253 73 

Divisions' Garage Expenses 108,355 36 

Lumber 91,825 55 

Snow Clearing 87,532 71 

Sand 82,862 36 

Moving Poles, Public Utilities 71,975 93 

Spectro-Lite Paint 60,806 13 

Gravel 60,564 57 

Paint and Supplies 57,058 75 

Rentals and Storage 53, 193 32 

Salt 52,739 70 

Office Expenses, Light, Heat, etc 50,383 78 

Traffic Lights and Signals 49,483 98 

Trees, Shrubs, etc 37,261 26 

Hardware 36,772 19 

Road and Other Equipment 35,822 49 

Creosoted Lumber 28,300 95 

Culverts, Metal 25,503 31 

Steel 25,110 47 

Railway Crossings, Sidings and Wig Wags 23,542 75 

Camp Supplies 22,666 96 

Posts, Wood 17,156 61 

Snow Fence 14,755 91 

Guide Rails and Hand Rails 13,211 59 

Coal and Wood 12,926 42 

Gulley Grates, Catch Basins, etc 1 1,347 33 

Tar Paper for Roads 10,790 77 

Borrow Pits. Fill, etc 10,182 66 

Sheds, Buildings, etc 9,702 46 

Culverts, Concrete 7,360 83 

King's Highways Connecting Links 7,322 34 

Taxes and Drainage Assessments 5,580 55 

Blacksmithing 5,035 88 

Signs 4.953 07 

Fencing Materials 3,678 65 

Explosives 2,479 20 

Posts, Steel ' 2,342 00 

Advertising 2,299 24 

Tile 1,696 01 



$3,440,919 09 



Abrams Instrument Co., 446.89; Acme Garage, 101.04; Acme Laundrv, 364.56; 
Acme Tractor and Industrial Supplies, Ltd.. 125.00; F. W. Adams, 246.85; 
J. D. Adams, Ltd., 6,624.60; Aero-Mac Tire Sales, 212.06; Department 
of Agriculture, Ontario, 221.33; Elmer Aho, 206.44; Aikenhead Hardware, 
Ltd., 359.85; Alberta Hotel, 150.70: W. R. Alder, 949.66; Aldershot Garage, 
448.04; Alexander & Ross, 318.25; Alford Electric, Ltd., 142.65; J. E. Alford, 



F 22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

241.61; Algoma Central and Hudson Bay Railway, 484.57; Algoma Ore Proper- 
ties, Ltd., 727.50; Allanson Armature Manufacturing Co., 134.65; Allatt 
Machine & Tool Co., 624.07; Geo. Allen Co., 106.42; Allen Motor Sales, 131.65; 
Alliance Lumber Co., Ltd., 398.96; R. P. Allsop, 732.18; Amyot Bros., 105.00; 
Y. Andersen, 3,588.93 ;• Anderson-McLaughlin-Buick-Pontiac Ltd., 2,144.16; 
N. C. Anderson, 218.20; W. A. Anderson, 1,548.40; Nick Angeloff, 207.00; 
S. Anglin Co., Ltd., 354.55; Angus & Taylor, Ltd., 172.50; G. P.Angus, 1,294.71; 
Harry H. Angus, 1,140.17; W. E. Anslev, 167.97; Anstee Truck & Parts, Ltd., 
104.51; Apsley Telephone Co., Ltd., 179.30; R. Archer, 110.00; Argo Petroleum, 
Ltd., 2,119.52; Armour's Motor Supply, 364.51; A. Armstrong, 161.54; Arm- 
strong Bros. Construction, 6,601.50; T. C. Armstrong, 241.03; Arrow Land 
and Logging Co., Ltd., 878.68; Art Metropole, 410.42; L. C. Ashbury, 385.46; 
B. J. Atkinson, 122.05; S. Atkinson, 175.40; R. Aubin, 201.80; C. A. Auld 
Supply Co., 922.15; Auto Electric Service Co., Ltd., 734.64; Thomas Ayres, 
695.75. 

Babcock, A. G., 421.50; Mrs. J. D. Baby, 595.00; Backstav Standard Co., Ltd., 
316.33; Baines & David, Ltd., 402.87; D. C. Baird, 774.77; W. J. Baird, 112.13; 
W. R. Baker, 829.72; A. L. Baldwin, 766.47; H. J. Baldwin of Canada, Ltd., 
226.33; O. J. Ball, 286.87; W. L. Ballentine Co., 2,483.88; G. R. Balloch, 527.95; 
Bancroft Light & Power Co., Ltd., 196.03; Bancroft Planing Mill, 263.80; 
Barnes Battery & Ignition Service, Ltd., 115.10; T. Barnett, 465.75; Jas. A. 
Barr, 195.50; M. E. Barr, 283.00; Barrett Co., Ltd., 18,977.85; H. Barry, 
1,234.58; Cameron Barstead, 159.65; Bartlett's Auto Electric Service, 431.56; 
Maurice Barton, 112.67; Art. E. Bassett, 438.00; H. A. Batsford, 415.58; Battery 
Service Station, 162.89; Bauman Bros., 198.50; H. S. Bauman, 164.50; Vaving- 
ton Bros., 2,664.04; Baxendale Bros. Garage, 931.40; M. L. Baxter, 429.80; 
Beamsville Lumber & Supply Co., Ltd., 373.01; W. D. Beath & Son, Ltd., 
30,193.81; J. R. H. Beaton, 364.00; Hector Beattv, 137.20; Walter Beatty 
Estate, 120.61; William Beatty Co., Ltd., 670.09; E. L. Beaudro, 1,768.80; 
Beaver Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,511.25; J. Beck, 247.70; Robt. Beharriell, 175.00; 
Wm. C. Beharriell, Jr., 350.00; Reuben Beilhartz, 616.52; Harry H. Bell, 655.05; 
J. Bell, 372.80; Bell Telephone Company of Canada, 49,728.26; Belleville 
Public Utilities Commission, 218.29; Geo. H. Belton Lumber Co., Ltd., 122.87; 
Bennet & Elliott, Ltd., 245.18; N. D. Bennett, 1,136.83; Bennett & Wright, 
Ltd., 2,933.32; R. E. Bennie, 788.35; Benoit's Garage, 185.47; Bergman & 
Nelson, Ltd., 4,129.69; G. L. Berkeley, 1,558.51; Max. Berndt, 1,067.00; 
Municipality of Bertie, 612.45; Big "A" Co., Ltd., 113.27; F. Bilyea, 104.75; 
Walter H. Binglev, 123.05; Binklev Motors, 106.07; Bituminous Spraying & 
Contracting Co., Ltd., 1,932.40; F. B. Blakelv, 540.77; Township of Blenheim, 
100.50; H. W. Bloxham, 144.56; R. A. Blvth Co., 16,473.25; R. E. Book & Sons, 
590.43; C. Boose, 102.36; M. W. Booth, 686.76; Martin Borup, 160.57; Boston 
Motors, Ltd., 325.64; S. G. Both, 945.62; E. Boudreau, 260.30; Boulton Auto 
Service, Ltd., 162.06; W. Bourne, 1,289.17; Bowden Lumber & Coal Co., Ltd., 
278.00; R. J. Bowen, 381.75; G. Bowering, 138.45; Bowman Anthony, Ltd., 
1,037.97; Boyd's Service Station, 101.85; L. Bradt, 609.07; Town of Brampton, 
124.75; Brandram-Henderson, Ltd., 250.53; E. Brandwood, 135.10; County 
of Brant, 226.00; Brantford Coach & Bodv, Ltd., 1,674.00; Brantford 
Fuel & Supplv, Ltd., 331.20; T. J. Branton & Co., 2,640.00; F. Y. W. Brath- 
waite, 980.26; L. Braun, 295.99; H. J. Brennan, 176.46; Brennan Paving 
Co., Ltd., 28,846.56; Brennan's Auto Electric Service, 144.93; A. Brinklow, 
210.20; G. Brisco, 1,183.49; Victor Brisson, Jr., 6,820.33; R. F. Bristol, 329.60; 
British American Oil Co., Ltd., 84,921.49; British Columbia Plywoods (Ontario), 
Ltd., 862.51; E. E. Britnell, 620.24; K. M. Broman, 155.33; Brompton Pulp & 
Paper Co., Ltd., 16,821.34; Brookdale-Kingsway, Ltd., 347.90; Brooks Brothers, 
237.75; C. Brooks, 266.46; Harry R. Brooks, 895.30; Brooks Oil Co., 2,060.74; 
Brown Bros., 391.15; Duncan Brown, 155.90; F. C. Brownridge, 896.61; Bruce 
County Highways, 798.50; L. S. Bruce, 246.38; E. Brule, 125.05; O. A. Brundige, 
278.00; E. Brunette, 360.55; Brunner Corporation (Canada), Ltd., 386.83; 
Brunner, Mond Canada, Ltd., 105.13; Brunner, Mond Canada Sales, Ltd., 
223,752.89; R. D. Bryan & Co., 114.50; S. Brvant, 128.88; J. F. Buchanan & 
Son, 120.00; J. H. Buckham, 2,041.58; Builders' Flooring and Millwork, Ltd., 
218.05; Building Products, Ltd., 1,204.71; G. Bulger, 150.91; R. P. Burchnall, 
333.13; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 7,504.15; Burns & Co., Ltd., 9,531.12. 

Cail, R., 276.10; J. Calaguiro, 2,309.10; Campbell Construction Co., Ltd., 412.00; 
E. D. Campbell Co., 172.29; James W. Campbell, 762.71; John W. Campbell, 
661.96; Campbell Steel and Iron Works, Ltd., 109.70; W. G. Campbell, 128.20; 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 23 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

W. R. Campbell, 146.76; Canada Barrels and Kegs, Ltd., 8,208.48; Canada 
Cement Co., Ltd., 151,500.32; Canada Creosoting Co., Ltd., 10,407.54; Canada 
Crushed Stone, Ltd., 12,384.78; Canada Decalcomania Co., Ltd., 117.39; 
Canada Electric Castings Co., Ltd., 106.00; Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., 
15,013.24; Canada Paper Co., 10,391.51; Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., 261.83; 
Canada Vitrified Products, Ltd., 997.75; Canada Wire and Cable Co., Ltd., 
1,757.16; Canadian Bitumuls Co., Ltd., 49,138.05; Canadian Bridge Co., Ltd., 
12,239.13; Canadian Comstock Co., Ltd., 929.45; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse 
Co., Ltd., 5,965.71; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 18,808.92; Canadian 
Industries, Ltd., 20,089.82; Canadian Ingersoll-Rand Co., Ltd., 246.67; Can- 
adian Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., 106.91; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 
812.96; Canadian Liquid Air Co., Ltd., 1,248.78; Canadian Lodi Super-Treads, 
Ltd., 696.52; Canadian Longyear, Ltd., 219.30; Canadian National Carbon 
Co., Ltd., 352.92; Canadian National Express, 867.40; Canadian National Rail- 
ways, 126,355.91; Canadian National Telegraphs, 3,358.36; Canadian Niagara 
Power Co., Ltd., 9,770.50; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 55,267.22; Canadian 
Ornamental Iron Co., Ltd., 848.10; Canadian Pacific Express Co., 957.84; 
Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 36,161.78; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Com- 
munications Department, 940.97; Canadian SKF Co., Ltd., 134.73; Canadian 
• Sullivan Machinery Co., Ltd., 121.09; Canadian Tire Corp., Ltd., Associate 
Store, New Liskeard, 133.87; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 4,118.79; 
Marshal Card, 152.00; Mrs. Jas. Carey, 100.50; Carmichael Agencies, 1,800.00; 
Alex. W. Carmichael, 868.00; E. H. Carson, 216.85; Carter-Thompson Welding 
and Supplies, Ltd., 353.76; Carters, Ltd., 1,731.55; J. I. Case Co., 256.02; 
Casselman Co., 130.07; Caswell Construction, Ltd., 182.17; Cedarvale Tree 
Experts, 291.10; Central Garage, Arthur, 185.50; Central Garage, Lakefield, 
275.65; Central Motors, 203.21; Champlain Oil Products, Ltd., 1,065.50; R. G. 
Chapman, 165.05; T. Chapman, 215.55; Fred. Chappel, 216.30; Chappies 
(Geraldton), Ltd., 795.44; The Charette Estate, 474.60; Geo. Charles, 513.87; 
Chatham Public Utilities Commission, 307.23; Tom Cheguis, 214.50; Chenier's 
Hardware, 100.42; Eva H. Cherry, 600.00; S. J. Cherry Estate, 600.00; H. F. 
Chisamore, 457.30; Chown, Ltd., 703.88; Christie Bros. Co., Ltd., 368.91; 
Cities Service Oil Co., Ltd., 5,995.58; P. Clancy, 215.65; P. Clancy Estate, 
332.50; Clarence Street Garage, 617.73; E. J. Clark & Co., 120.00; Clark & 
Lewis, Ltd., 234.40; W. G. Clark, 337.74; Wm. J. Clark & Son, 113.39; M. R. 
Clarke, 210.74; W. A. Clarke, 1,914.44; H. E. Clayton, 144.65; L. M. Clayton, 
157.15; C. D. Clement, 190.00; Martin Clement, 207.26; Cline Lake Gold 
Mines, Ltd., 383.74; A. Cloutier, 525.44; Coast Sawmills, Ltd., 2,769.63; 
Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 5,119.67; Cochrane Machine Works, 230.22; 
Cochrane Public Utilities Commission, 201.63; Town of Cochrane, Public Utili- 
ties Department, 170.07; Cockburn & Archer, 605.24; Colas Roads, Ltd., 
45,221.69; Coldwater Garage, 104.45; W. S. Cole, 1,555.58; Coleman and Philp 
Electric, 117.05; R. L. Coleman, 1,607.33; Collingwood Shipyards, Ltd., 145.85; 
Collins Bros., 205.43; A. L. Colter, 853.36; J. T. Coltham, 213.90; Columbia 
Handle Co., Ltd., 112.40; Compressed Air Equipment, Ltd., 1,181.51; Concrete 
Pipe, Ltd., 5,377.76; Conlin Bros., 756.65; Herbert L. Conlin, 13,795.30; Munici- 
pality of Conmee, 120.00; Connelly's Garage, 105.55; Connolly Marble Mosaic 
and Tile Co., Ltd., 732.25; Consolidated Lumber Companies, Ltd., 305.98; 
Consolidated Sand and Gravel, Ltd., 22,019.13; Thos. Conway, 722.30; G. Cook, 
372.25; J. Cooke, 1,440.00; Cooksville Co., Ltd., 139.08; J. A. Coombs, 697.01; 
J. L. Cooney, 173.70; Alf. Cooper & Co., 132.55; A. Cope and Sons, Ltd., 
10,645.45; W. R. Corev, 159.00; P. Corneau, 130.65; J. Cornnell, 211.15; Corru- 
gated Pipe Co., 305.40; Township of Cosby and Mason, 199.93; Coslett Machin- 
ery and Equipment Co., 6,139.25; E. Coughlin, 225.55; J. C. Coulter, 137.70; 
Court Radiator Plant, Ltd., 168.95; C. Cousineau, 172.00; J. Cowan, 1,020.49; 
Jas. Cowan & Co., Ltd., 3,300.60; The Craig Bit Co., Ltd., 1,334.58; Craig 
Bros., 1,310.07; Crane, Ltd., 896.90; Fred W. Cratt, 1,452.00; Cresswell- 
Pomerov, Ltd., 425.00; H. Crittenden, 166.30; A. Cross & Co., Ltd., 455.72; 
Jno. J. Cross, 201.01; Geo. Crossen, 243.82; Geo. W. Crothers, Ltd., 3,614.59; 
Crouse-Hinds Companv of Canada, Ltd., 4,566.01; N. H. Crowe, 960.72; E. G. 
Crowhurst, 1,236.17; Crown -Dominion Oil Co., Ltd., 4,650.63; A. I. Culp, 
272.20; S. A. Cummiford, 1,221.69; A. F. Cummings, 362.43; M. Cummings, 
180.85; M. N. Cummings, 1,121.49; Cummins Engines of Eastern Canada, 
1,194.39; Curran & Briggs, Ltd., 3,035.82; Currie Products, Ltd., 146.37; W. A. 
Curry, 210.00; A. Curtis, 239.50; A. C. Curtis, 427.83. 

Daigle, J. M., 1,032.45; Daily Commercial News and Building Record, 423.59; 
A. H. Dale, 225.13; W. B. Dalton & Sons, Ltd., 170.57; Martin Daly, 103.00; 



F24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Nazaire D'Amouts, 1,148.91; Daniel's Coal and Wood Service, 292.50; The 
Davis-Smith-Malone Co., Ltd., 300.00; S. Davlut, 205.00; A. H. Davy, 120.00; 
Township of Dawn, 129.37; R. Dawson, 245.30; Oscar Day, 228.00; Day Sign 
Co., Ltd., 125.75; Fred Deagle, 358.48; Dean's Garage, 198.23 ; Jno. Deere 
Plow Co., Ltd., 325.39; Dell's, 344.29; Delongchamp Cartage Co., Ltd., 139.45; 
De Luxe Transportation Co., 111.70; H. Dennison, 136.15; R. Deschambault, 
101.85; Jas. Deslippe, 100.00; T. Noel Desmarais, 231.25; Paul Despres, 200.00; 
B. J. Desrosiers, 236.81; The Devilbiss Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 113.58; P. W. 
Devine, 447.45; Walter J. Devolin, 586.78; Dibblee Construction Co., Ltd., 
5,620.87; Jno. A. Dickey, 7,922.32; W. J. Dickinson, 137.60; Dingwall Motors, 
Ltd., 922.12; Disher Steel Construction Co., Ltd., 108.86; District Hardware 
Electric, Ltd., 504.43; District Services, Ltd., 8,595.87; Dominion Auto 
Wreckers and Supplies, 128.54; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., 674.07; Dominion 
Coal Co., Ltd., 1,035.47; Dominion Concrete Co., Ltd., 3,284.93; Dominion 
Construction Corporation, Ltd., 573.89; Dominion of Canada General Insurance 
Co., 22,881.70; Dominion Oxygen Co., Ltd., 1,367.71; Dominion Road Machin- 
ery Co., Ltd., 4,563.58; Dominion Rubber Co., Ltd., 536.71; Dominion Salt Co., 
Ltd., 15,760.72; Dominion Steeplejack Co., 569.50; Dominion Wheel and 
Foundries, Ltd., 253.00; Don Construction, Ltd., 5,498.87; Bert Donagan, 
226.25; Donald Inspection, Ltd., 143.53; J. Donaldson, 150.45; H. F. Donegan, 
125.28; Township of North Dorchester, 182.39; T. F. Doughty, 815.00; A. 
Douglas, 441.75; Dow's Auto Electric, 206.42; H. Down, 542.45; I. J. Downey 
& Sons, 541.00; B. N. Downing, 471.47; T. Draper, 102.50; F. H. Draves, 
114.50; Drummond, McCall & Co., Ltd., 699.51; Dryden Motors, 169.50; 
Dryden Paper Co., Ltd., 157.04; Town of Drvden Utilities, 338.03; Noble Duff, 
172.26; Dufferin Paving and Crushed Stone, Ltd., 6,677.66; A. R. Duffin, 
104.75; Township of North Dumfries, 165.00; Duncan Brothers, Ltd., 178.23; 
Duncan & Craig, 973,80; Dunlop Tire and Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., 161.03; 
Walter Dunn, 332.38; Dunnet Municipal Telephone Svstem, 158.99; Munici- 
pality of Dunwich, 120.91; Durance Motor Sales and Service, Ltd., 359.78; 
Durham Hardware and Electric, 153.78; D. Dyer, 102.75. 

Eade, Sherman, 200.00; C. J. Eames, 900.00; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 1,273.56; Ernest 
& Albert Eden, 145.00; Edgar & Churchill, 203.78; G. Edmonds, 105.66; D. 
Kemp Edwards, Ltd., 1,303.07; Percy Edwards, 504.90; Electric Reduction 
Sales Co., Ltd., 140.00; Elgie & Jarvis Lumber Co., Ltd., 135.30; Ellins Brothers, 
1,108.66; Ellins Construction Co., Ltd., 646.25; Frank Elliott, 496.50; Township 
of Elma, 150.00; Wally Elmer, 317.20; Town of Elmira, 551.44; I. W. Elvidge, 
1,225.06; Municipal Corporation of Emo, 124.01; Empire Brass Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 866.29; Empire Coal and Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,152.97; Empire Spring 
Service, 104.10; Endean Nurseries, Ltd., 420.00; Enders & Ball Brothers, 
3,887.41; J. Eriksen, 117.52; N. Erwin, 107.60; E. F. Essex, 1,106.42; Essex 
Terminal Railwav Co., 2,168.77; Thos. Evans, 120.00; W. A. Evans, 705.57; 
Excelsior Lumber and Coal Co., 153.78; Village of Exeter, 163.85; Exide Bat- 
teries of Canada, Ltd., 231.80. 

Fallu, T., 207.58; Federal Equipment Co., 3,087.11; Federal-Mogul Service, 
Ltd., 161.35; Fee Motors, 785.22; E. B. Fenner, 1,085.79; J. G. Field, 119.95; 
Field Lumber Co., Ltd., 279.34; A. T. Fife & Co., 1,665.77; Arthur Filion, 
370.70; Finlay & Finlay, 110.70; R. S. Fischer Motors, Ltd., 184.08; Fisher's 
Studio, 370.66; Axel Fisk, 109.31; Fitzsimmons Fruit Co., Ltd., 2,051.91; 
P. M. Fleming, Ltd., 180.80; John W. Fogg, Ltd.. 170.44; W. Folz, 221.45; 
E. L. Fordham, 272.00; J. M. Forsyth Estate, 288.00; Town of Fort Frances, 
120.37; City of Fort William, 592.47; R. Forth, 656.70; B. Fortin, 964.48; 
P. Fortin, 375.95; Forwell Sand and Gravel, Ltd., 3,574.26; Anthony Foster 
& Sons, Ltd., 467.01; G. J. Foster, 124.71; J. A. Foster, 139.44; J. D. Foster, 
862.16; Four Wheel Drive Auto Co., Ltd., 7,342.81; Daniel Fowler, 100.80; 
G. W. Fowler, 1,639.12; W. C. Fox, 169.68; W. L. Fraser, 1,274.83; Frazer Duntile 
Co., Ltd., 135.41; Freedman's Automotive Supply, 140.00; G. M. French 
Lumber Co., 308.26; Frontenac Auto Electric Service, 632.97; Frontenac 
Quarries, Ltd., 238.55; Frost Steel and Wire Co., Ltd., 1,197.31; W. J. Fulton, 
954.32; G. Furlong, 123.95; FWD Motor Trucks Western, Ltd., 204.30. 

Gaffney, T. J., 3,099.90; Victor Gagnon, 129.85; Gainsboro Township, 655.52; 
Department of Game and Fisheries, Ontario, 1,080.30; Garage Supply Co., 
Ltd., 1,169.18; Gardners' Garage, 112.02; J. B. Garland, 646.63; G. Garrison, 
116.94; Gas Accumulator Co (Canada), Ltd., 4,057.69; E. W. Geddes, 107.74; 
General Motors Products of Canada, Ltd., 3,450.79; General Supply Com- 



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King's Highways's, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

pany of Canada, Ltd., 9,545.19; George & Shamess, 900.00; Georgian Bay 
Motors, Ltd., 176.94; Town of Geraldton, 188.20; N. T. Gerhard, 426.87; 
G. Angus German, Ltd., 15,335.67; G. Hart & Chas. Gibbons, 450.00; M. M. 
Gibson, 4,432.98; Giffen Equipment Co., 545.00; Jas. R. Giffen, 275.75; Gilbert 
& Barker Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 1,621.07; C. Gillespie, 160.00; Gillespie's, 
120.40; R. O. Gilson, 189.17; Girard Dairy, 220.70; Gilbert Glennen, 458.22; 
Globe Printing Co., 407.40; Goderich Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 818.40; Goderich 
Salt Co., Ltd., 1,299.68; Godson Contracting Co., Ltd., 3,353.40; Golightly 
Bros., 102.91; Good Rich Refining Co., Ltd., 689.10; D. A. Goodfellow, 359.45; 
John Goodison Thresher Co., Ltd., 120.25; Goodram Bros., 188.88; Goodrich 
Silvertown Stores, 176.42; Dan Goodwin, 129.30; S. J. Goodwin, 104.10; 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company of Canada, Ltd., 346.90; Geo. Gordon 
& Co., Ltd., 165.60; A. D. Gorrie & Co., Ltd., 689.60; Municipality of Gosfield 
South, 273.80; Goulet Garage, 107.66; Ogle R. Gowan Memorial Temple 
Board, 150.00; Grand River Railway Co., 836.56; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 8,914.78 
D. Grandmaitre, 156.25; J. E. Gray, 479.26; Great Lakes Power Co., Ltd. 
228.38; S. E. Green, 176.00; C. Griffin, 2,065.39; S. H. Griffin, 159.85; Grimes 
Garage, 140.24; Grimsbv Stove & Furnace, Ltd., 502.28; E. J. Groves, 251.45 
Guelph Sand & Gravel, Ltd., 5,087.44; Gurney Scale Co., Ltd., 256.35; Gutta 
Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 344.55; Gypsum, Lime & Alabastine, Canada, Ltd., 
329.37. 

Hacquoil's, 551.00; Hadley & McHaffie Construction Co., Ltd., 206.03; Hagers- 
ville Quarries, Ltd., 4,367.25; L J. Haigh, 3,205.67; Haileybury Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 132.04; Haldimand Quarries & Construction, Ltd., 5,016.91; E. P. Haley, 
370.70; County of Halton, 1,827.01; Haman & Sons, 5,649.12; A. Hamilton, 
268.32; Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., 1,335.77; Hamilton & Carmichael, 450.00; 
G. D. Hamilton, 209.20; J. W. Hamilton, 799.50; M. S. Hamilton, 658.15; 
W. L. Hamilton, 567.00; W. J. Hammell, 1,018.17; T. H. Hancock, Ltd., 999.72; 
Hancock Tire Tread Co., 3,405.28; G. F. Hanning, 1,416.79; Harback's Garage, 
101.78; H. Hardv, 361.91; W. A. Hare, 621.71; Harnden Welding Works, 118.49; 
W. Harper, 264.85; Harpham Bros., 978.66; J. W. Harrington, 357.19; E. Harris 
Company of Toronto, Ltd., 198.91; Harris Motors, Ltd., 854.87; John Harrison 
& Sons Co., Ltd., 268.28; T. F. Harrison, 274.45; Harriston Motors, 120.71; 
C. Harvey, 689.71; Harold H. Harvey, 2,000.00; J. P. Harvey, 388.05; Hastings 
and Son's Foundry and Machine Shop, 536.10; Harry Hayley, 2,258.56; De- 
partment of Health, Ontario, 102.58; J. H. Heaslip, 1,025.12; A. R. Heer, 
377.00; Hendrie & Co., Ltd., 101.25; M. G. Henniger, 266.05; E. Henry, 383.86; 
W. Henshaw, 101.25; A. L. Herbert, 100.06, Town of Hespeler, 626.72; Hewif- 
son Construction Co., Ltd., 2,642.90; J. L. Hewitt, 143.10; J. L. Hickey, 232.00; 
Patrick Hickey, 228.50; W. Hicklin, 330.68; Higginson & Stevens, 138.18; 
Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 3,329.28; J. Hill, 115.00; S. J. Hill & Sons Motor 
Co., 463.84; Hill the Mover, 302.52; Wm. Hill, 336.00; D. Hobbs, 243.30; 
Hobbs Glass, Ltd., 7,576.68; Hobbs Hardware Co., Ltd., 234.52; R. C. Hobson, 
780.13; Hocken Manufacturing. Ltd., 126.00; Hodgins Lumber Co., 193.72; 
W. J. Hogan, 363.01; L. R. Holland, 232.09; R. M. Hollingshead Company 
of Canada, Ltd., 140.27; Geo. Holstead, 164.64; R. Holyman, 263.40; D. R. 
Hood, 384.24; Hoof Products Co. (Canada), 120.10; A. Hooper, 100.30; 
G. Hopkins, 250.95; E. J. Hosking, 1,676.66; J. B. Howard, 1,016.59; Howard 
Sand & Gravel Co., Ltd., 7,451.85; Township of Howard, 221.04; G. U. Howell, 
1,230.42; E. S. Hubbell & Sons, 1,504.70; G. M. Hubbell, 376.95; Ed. Hun- 
singer, 326.21; Hunt & Nordstrom, 1,167.00; Norman W. Hunt, 171.00; H. 
Hunter, 222.95; Corporation of Huntsville, 615.90; Huntsville Hardware, 
269.66; Huntsville Planing Mills, 364.70; Huntsville Public Utilities Com- 
mission, 296.99; H. W. Hurrell, 338.41; D. W. Hutchison, 100.16; Wm. D. 
Hutchison, 578.00; Hydro-Electric Commission— Citv of Fort William, 278.50; 
City of Niagara Falls, 4,204.35; City of North Bay, 478.40; Citv of Ottawa, 
108.00; Town of Port Hope, 203.80; City of Sudbury, 327.68; Township of 
Toronto, 369.75; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 17,473.34; 
Hydro-Electric System — Township of Etobicoke, 1,504.68; Village of Port 
Stanley, 632.39; Village of Smithville, 130.96; City of Toronto, 559.13. 

Ibbotson, H., 115.70; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 256,871.28; Imperial Varnish & Color Co., 
Ltd., 13,943.08; Industrial Construction Co., Ltd., 1,612.50; J. S. Innes, Ltd., 
2,790.71; Instruments, Ltd., 218.40; Inter-County Sand & Gravel Co., 2,502.85; 
International Harvester' Companv of Canada, Ltd., 12,126.46; Sim Ireland, 
138.60. 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Jackson, J. E., 650.93; W. L. Jackson, 1,408.22; Jack Jacobson, 1,148.85; F. H. 
James, 829.46; Frank James Machine & Automotive Supply,393. 33; H. Jarvis, 
211.80; A. Jelley, 523.30; Johnson & Bondy, 165.60; Johnson Bros. Co., Ltd., 
1,368.67; Hjalmar Johnson, 110.40; Johnson Lumber Co., 211.40; W. Johnson, 
647.94; Johnson's Cartage, 396.00; Andrew Johnston & Son, 290.36; Johnston 
Motor Sales, Ltd., 307.13; T. Johnston, 849.06; Johnston Welding & Radiator 
Co., Ltd., 278.72; G. Jones, 307.50; Jones & Proctor Bros., Ltd., 35,733.74; 
Harold Jory, 135.20; W. P. Judson, 781.66; A. E. Jupp Construction Co., Ltd., 
19,227.46; Jupp Motor Sales, Ltd., 250.31. 

Kalbfleisch Bros., Ltd., 620.70; F. C. Kalbfleisch & Son, 369.68; Kallio & Jacobson, 
842.70; Richard Kallio, 186.16; Wm. Kallio Hardware Co., 990.71; Kam 
Motors, Ltd., 438.96; Kaministiquia Lumber Co., Ltd., 448.15; Clas Kamstra, 
119.86; Keenan Fence Co., 4,370.00; P. A. Keenan, 1,209.10; A. L. Kelly, 
1,177.81; E. A. Kelly, 1,540.35; Kelvinator of Canada, Ltd., 262.00; Village 
of Kemptville, 112.65; W. Kennedy, 147.80; E. R. Kenny, 239.24; T. W. 
Kenny, 1,171.67; Town of Kenora, 632.77; County of Kent, 447.50; Keyes 
Supply Co., Ltd., 4,680.41; D. G. Kilgour, 126.00; Kilmer, Van Nostrand & 
Co., 13,191.97; King Paving Co., Ltd., 1,020.88 (cr.); Kingsboro & Baxter, 
316.46; City of Kingston, 2,132.71; Kingston Public Utilities Commission, 
2,397.63; Kingston Road Lumber & Coal, Ltd., 739.88; Kingston Sand & 
Gravel, Ltd., 1,624.40; Kirkfield Crushed Stone, Ltd., 4,715.11; Kirkland 
Bearings & Parts Co., 111.10; Kirkland Lake Machine & Welding Works, 
149.18; Kitchener Lumber Co., Ltd., 194.55; V. Kitching, 1,123.43; Wm. Klomp, 
297.00; Knight's Garage, 137.20; J. E. Knox, 302.78; T. Koistenen, 139.70; 
Chas. Kouppi, 354.14; A. Kovacs, 3,772.50; Jno. Kron & Son, 319.21; Leo 
Kyle, 119.40. 

Laaksonen, Eino, 100.20; P. Labarge, 162.45; Jno. Labatt, Ltd., 2,799.00; T. 
Labelle, 125.75; Labombard Auto Electric, 310.75; W. J. Labow, 114.39; L. 
Lachance, 178.30; J. A. Lacombe, 121.70; P. J. Lafleur, 133.60; Lafreniere 
Bros., 2,009.32; J. L. Lahti, 195.39; Laidlaw, Belton Lumber Co., Ltd., 406.84; 
D. Lajoie, 163.60; Lakehead Oil, Ltd., 1,072.38; Lakeview Lumber, Ltd., 
898.04; Alphonse Lambert, 103.05; Chas. Lambert, 106.35; County of Lambton, 
141.25; Department of Lands and Forests, Ontario, 16,537.11; Langford Trans- 
port, 1,924.97; Langmuir Paint Co., Ltd., 650.95; L. Langsford, 467.45; Theo. . 
Laniel, 129.10; R. E. Law Crushed Stone, Ltd., 4,933.91; Leaside Electric, 
392.63; E. Leblond, 104.10; Jno. Leckie, Ltd., 369.13; H. J. Leeder, 421.20; 
Arthur S. Leitch Co., Ltd., 115.74; Mrs. J. H. Leng, 130.00; P. H. Lennon, 
223.80; Lennox Construction Co., Ltd., 315.50; W. W. Leonard, 766.19; The 
Levis', 233.40; Levy Auto Parts Co., 860.33; C. Lewis, 333.10; Wm. W. Lewis, 
183.09; Alphonse Leydier, 385.25; Limestone Products, Ltd., 23,399.97; Lincoln 
Electric Company of Canada, Ltd., 1,191.33; Lincoln Motors, Ltd., 113.44; 
A. B. Lindsay & Co., 311.90; Lindsay & McCluskey, Ltd., 784.79; Town of 
Lindsay, 806.82; Line and Cable Accessories, Ltd., 129.90; G. H. Linklater, 
218.68; Town of Listowell, 730.65; E. Litt, 146.25; Litt's Garage, 143.50; 
Walter Little, Ltd., 106.25; Livingston Stoker Sales Co., Ltd., 876.72; Lloyd 
& Westwood Machinery Co., 317.97; Jos. A. Lobraico Co., 4,036.39; Wm. 
Jas. Locke, 120.00; C. Lockhart, 337.50; London Concrete Machinery Co., 
Ltd., 264.47; London Foundry, 193.05; London Public Utilities Commission, 
238.20; London Sand & Stone, Ltd., 1,693.10; London Structural Steel Co., 
Ltd., 120.59; A. E. Long, 459.02; J. G. H. Long, 565.21; Mary Long, 369.90; 
Longfellow & Dick, Contractors, 126.90; V. H. Longstaffe, 1,317.22; Long 
Lac Telephones, Ltd., 312.34; Lome Park Nurseries, Ltd., 9,134.53; A. Lothian, 
1,990.16; J. Lott, 155.25; J. A. Lottridge and Son, 142.02; Alex Loucks, 278.80; 
R. W. Lough. 200.00; W. J. Lougheed, 351.21; Lowe Bros. Co., Ltd., 1,063.16; 
W. R. Lowery & Son, Ltd., 433 JO; Fred Lowes, 4,183.32; G. H. Lowry, 600.52; 
Lundy Fence Co., Ltd., 596.51; W. T. Lundy, Sr., 122.24; Ralph Lutz, 133.75; 
Lymburner Bros., 131.80; C. D. Lyon, 1,131.76; C. A. Lyons, 2,131.25. 

Macarthur, J. K., 536.18; Macdonalds Consolidated, Ltd., 1,100.23; C. K. S 
Macdonell, 1,219.69; D. W. Maclver, 449.85; Mackenzie, Milne & Co., Ltd. 
136.16; Wallace A. Mackey, Ltd., 424.65; Mackie Equipment Co., 2,216.60 
Maclachlan Lumber & Woodworking Co., 391.49; F. C. MacLean, 890.02 
Hugh C. MacLean Publications, Ltd., 192.00; MacLean Lumber & Coal Co. 
360.88; MacLeod Cockshutt Gold Mines, Ltd., 363.94; E. MacMillan, 124.90 
Jas. MacNamara, 276.95; H. E. Macpherson, 858.75; Madole Hardware Co. 
149.67; Maffey Machine & Boat Works, 135.53; Hugh C. Maguire, 848.57 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F\27 

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Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

H. Mahoney, 199.65; Jno. Maki, 298.17; Township of Malahide, 778.21; B. I. 
Malmstedt, 1,328.31; A. R. Marceau, 828.92; Wm. Markus, 1,367.15; Jas. 
Marquardt, 245.30; H. Marshall, 263.35; Marshall-Wells Co., Ltd., 282.48; 
E. F. Marston, 1,255.79; A. Martin, 200.10; Amos C. Martin, 138.39; Martin 
Bros. Lumber Co., 821.18; Martin Transports, Ltd., 660.98; Martin's Service, 
104.00; Mascioli Construction Co., Ltd., 3,239.10; Masco Co., Ltd., 129.64; 

A. Mason, 155.70; Mason, Foulds, Davidson & Kellock, 3,682.49; W. Mather, 
243.50; J. Maw, 628.00; Herbert Maxwell, 176.20; I. McArthur, 306.80; W. J. 
McAuliffe, 180.29; W. McCall, 102.50; T. V. McCarthy, 594.92; E. L. McColl, 
352.35; McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 46,316.96; Hugh McColl, 186.36; 
McCollum Bros., 205.20; A. E. McConnell, 334.10; E. McCool, 1,022.34; 
Margaret McCully, 372.00; W. J. McCully 553.95; McDermid & Kyle, Ltd., 
269.17; McDonald Bros., 1,485.58; P. J. McDonald, 924.30; A. L. McDougall, 
1,645.56; A. R. McDougall, 1,020.84; C. A. McDougall, 361.65; J. J. Mc- 
Fadden Lumber Co., Ltd., 744.30; H. J. McFarland Construction Co., 1,107.00; 
McCibbon Lumber Co., Ltd., 166.42; McGinnis & O'Connor, 656.00; J. M. 
Mclnall, 268.94; Mcintosh & Wells, 130.24; V. H. Mclntyre, Ltd., 101.62; 

B. McKaig, 105.75; W. J. McKendry, 300.00; McKenny Service & Garage, 
209.85; McKeough & Trotter, Ltd., 390.60; McKinley Hardware Co., 129.57; 
P. McLaren, 1,335.13; McLean's Garage, Barrie, 221.90; McLean's Garage, 
Matheson, 182.05; McLeod Garage, Ltd., 109.37; R. O. McLeod, 272.23; 
McLeod & Son, 263.60; McManus Petroleums Ltd., 2,518.33; C. A. McNab, 
858.39; McNamara Construction Co., Ltd., 481.14; T. A. McNeill, 1,630.10; 
A. J. McPhail, 144.00; E. McPherson, 136.50; Town of Meaford, 360.88; 
W. Mechan, 687.10; V. A. Medland, 1,088.84; J. Menard, 105.85; Wilfrid 
Menard, 625.00; Mercier & Shirley, Ltd., 635.06; S. B. Merrill, 167.90; H. N. 
Merritt, 1,088.27; Metallic Roofing Co., Ltd., 803.28; H. B. Metcalfe, 119.18; 
Metropolitan Transport, Ltd., 229.02; L. Meyers, 116.60; Michipicoten Iron 
Mines, Ltd., 160.24; E. Middleton, 140.40; Millard and Lumb, 944.39; B. S. 
Miller, 526.50; E. Miller, 389.44; E. M. Miller, 105.19; R. Miller, 421.57; 
H. A. Milligan, 124.00; A. M. Mills, 972.79; Mills Hardware Co., Ltd., 132.30; 
Milne Coal & Supply Co., 227.50; Milne Spring Service, 114.10; Town of Milton, 
940.50; Township of Minden, 350.00; J. Mitchell, 114.20; R. J. Mitchell, 313.31; 
Town of Mitchell, 123.37; Model Fence & Incubators, Ltd., 434.00; Monarch 
Battery Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 313.83; J. Montgomery, 201.35; J. E. Mont- 
gomery, 3,299.44; C. H. Moore, 126.00; Chas. A. Moore Co., Ltd., 420.00; 
D. Moore, 642.09; H. F. Moore, 233.70; H. J. Moore, 1,463.71; Moore-Mc- 
Cleary, Ltd., 148.55; H. J. More, 1,485.98; Herbert Morris Crane & Hoist 
Co., Ltd., 162.80; J. B. Morris, 130.95; Village of Morrisburg, 254.25; Russell 
Morrison, 811.69; T. Mortenson, 330.80; W. G. Moulton, 1,320.00; Mount 
McKay Feed Co., Ltd., 117.30; W. B. Mudie, 337.41; T. C. Muir, 800.99; 
Chas. W. Mullett, l v 487.58; Municipal Spraying & Oiling Co., Ltd., 6,919.06; 
Jas. Murphy Coal Co., 270.45; W. A. Murphy, 106.00; Alexander Murray 
& Co., Ltd., 1,289.35; Murray Bros. Lumber Co., Ltd., 650.59; C. & D. Murray, 
Ltd., 223.65; Muskoka Foundry, Ltd., 558.12; Muskoka Wood Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 1,320.10; Jno B. Mustard Coal Co., 297.26; E. Myers, 108.15. 

Nadon, Edward, 195.00; National Automotive Parts, Ltd., 1,224.67; National 
Motors, Ltd., 1,925.12; National Sewer Pipe Co., Ltd., 4,784.76; T. Nesbitt, 
175.44; D. C. Nevinger, 335.00; New Royal Hotel, 117.31; New York Central 
Railroad, 6,316.56; W. S. Newman, 828.03; Newton's Coal & Wood, 202.06; 
Niagara Cut Stone Co., Ltd., 129.53; Niagara Falls Bridge Commission, 
8,638.87; City of Niagara Falls, 1,879.68; Niagara Falls Gazette Publishing 
Co., 200.00; Niagara Packers, Ltd., 3,223.30; Niagara Parks Commission, 
6,227.10; Niagara, St. Catharines and Toronto Railway Co., 3,698.02; F. T. 
Nichol, 956.12; T. Nicholls, 165.69; A. Nicholson, 904.90; A. S. Nicholson & 
Son, Ltd., 433.64; Nicholson's Tire Surgery, 539.87; Oscar M. Nickel, 1,788.00; 
W. R. Nickle, 1,442.20; Nipissing Paving & Spraying Co., Ltd., 9,235.64; 
Non Skid Pavement, Ltd., 33,526.69; W. F. Noonan, 1,259.09; North American 
Cyariamid, Ltd., 3,202.54; North American Lumber & Supply Co., Ltd., 
179.68; North Bay Auto Electric, 284.03; North Bay Auto Supply, 1,675.19; 
North Bay Basket Co., 174.90; Sam North, 314.46; North Star Oil, Ltd., 
3,604.23; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 5,471.70; Northern Foundry & Machine 
Co., Ltd., 1,858.46; Northern Oil Co., Ltd., 438.00; Northern Ontario Power 
Co., Ltd., 885.41; Northern Paint & Varnish Co., Ltd., 1,762.50; Northern 
Telephone Co., Ltd., 2,065.46; Northern Wood Preservers, Ltd., 16,375.78; 
Township of Norwich North, 399.90; Township of Norwich South, 220.00; 
Emil Nvlund, Sr., 129.00. 



F28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Oakville Hardware, 169.20; R. O'Brien, 1,179.29; B. O'Connor, 390.65; C. O'Gor- 
man, 1,519.51; J. W. Oksanen, 163.02; W. H. Oliphant, 277.78; Bert Olson, 
119.60; Sam Onarheim, 132.48; Ontario Automobile Co., Ltd., 3,054.82; Ontario 
Bridge Co., Ltd., 4,572.95; Ontario Minnesota Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd., 388.02; 
Ontario Reformatory, Mimico, Industries, 734.00; Ontario Rock Co., Ltd., 
74,444.77; Ontario Sand Co., 141.60; G. W. Orchard, 164.43; H. Ormond, 
322.15; A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd., 218.29; H. Orr, 270.60; City of Oshawa, 
884.71; Oshawa Public Utilities Commission, 1,224.78; Oshawa Railway Co., 
12,004.09; Osmose Wood Preserving Company of Canada, Ltd., 770.94; 
City of Ottawa, 215.04; Ottawa Light, Heat & Power Co., Ltd., 200.62; Ottawa 
Motor Sales, Ltd., 203.44; Owen Sound Public Utilities Commission, 152.74. 

Packham, L., 151.10; B. Padget, 155.75; Palm Dairies, Ltd., 274.15; Elmer G. 
Palmer, 8,560.86; J. W. Palmer Motors, Ltd., 1,007.10; L. Palmer, 462.75; R. A. 
Panter, 327.21; A. E. Paradine, 825.00; J. Paris, 480.51; Municipality of Paris, 
254.00; Parry Sound Public Utilities Commission, 158.25; D. R. Paterson, 
1,826.84; Patterson & Crosthwaite, 450.19; Payette & Godin, 281.32; Chas. 
Peacock & Son, 215.19; Olaf W. Pearson, 900.00; W. G. Pearson, 366.55; 
Pedlar People, Ltd., 1,010.94; Pellow Hardware, 253.23; Town of Pembroke, 
3,093.42; Penfold Motors, 346.50; B. Pennington & Son, 294.97; People's Tele- 
graph & Telephone Co., 570.96; Pere Marquette Railway Co., 6,828.56; Per- 
kins Implement & Motor Sales, 107.07; Aubrey Perry, 9,283.39; F. Perry, 
578.57; J. A. Persson, 438.58; County of Perth, 175.00; Peter Bros., 110.13; 
Peterborough Automotive Supply, Ltd., 2,131.02; Peterborough Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 111.39; Peters' Garage, 145.13; W. A. Peters, 226.50; Jos. Peterson, 
774.63; H. J. Petursson, 165.49; R. F. Petursson, 10,004.43; Jno. Phanenhour, 
216.78; Phillips Electrical Works, Ltd., 142.20; H. R. Phipps, 1,370.10; G. L. 
Pidgeon, 762.00; Maximilien Piette, 678.62; R. Pifer, 960.26; Chas. A. Pigden, 
458.37; P. G. Piggott Lumber Co., Ltd., 411.46; Pineland Timber Co., Ltd., 
122.60; Pinks, Ltd., 130.64; Pioneer Construction Co., Ltd., 499.54; R. S. 
Piper & Sons, 660.37; W. S. Piper, Ltd., 531.25; Jno. Pirson, 1,315.74; Antti 
Pitkanen, 128.07; J. N. Pitts, 180.48; W. F. Plaunt, 1,026.48; Township of 
Plympton, 380.00; Pollard Bros., 5,600.00; Wm. Pollock & Son, 1,883.83; 
City of Port Arthur, 105.00; Village of Port Credit, 710.04; Postmasters, 
2,625.60; J. Potter, 176.75; G. H. Potts, 104.58; Powell Equipment Co., Ltd., 
620.46; Town of Preston, 273.63; County of Prince Edward, 213.00; Pringle 
& Booth, Ltd., 499.01; M. Proctor, 1,602.50; Chas. Prouty, 1,668.25; Provencher 
Bros., 260.63; Provincial Gas Co., Ltd., 1,876.49; Provincial Police, Ontario, 
1,633.18; Provincial Road Spraying & Contracting Co., Ltd., 947.35; C. H. 
Prudhomme & Son, 3,682.25; Pryal & Nye, 792.67; Department of Public 
Works, Ontario, 997.33; E. Pullan Wipers & Waste Co., Ltd., 104.50; Jas. 
Purvis & Son, 325.00; Pyrene Manufacturing Company of Canada, Ltd., 
250.24. 

Queenston Quarries, Ltd., 36,313.65; Queont Oil Products, Ltd., 593.09; P. 
Quesnel, 101.20; B. Quinn, 363.50; H. P. Quinn, 107.50. 

Rabb, A. H., 1,173.87; F. Radigan, 578.77; D. G. Ramsay, 1,205.89; W. Randall, 
527.35; J. T. Ransom, 1,470.88; I. C. Rasberry, 633.99; Geo. Rathbone Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 4,782.74; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., 605.75; Rayner Construction, 
Ltd., 3,672.50; D. C. Rea, 349.80; R. Rea, 194.36; Receiver General of Canada, 
875.03; G. N. Reddick, 133.05; Reed, Shaw & McNaught, 1,016.78; Reedy & 
Cain, 319.86; Regnery Metals, 226.20; C. Reid, 349.40; Reliable Tire & Vul- 
canizing Co., 480.90; Remus Bros., 301.50; Raymond Renaud, 116.32; Reo 
Motor Company of Canada, Ltd., 6,582.42; J. Rettie, 111.20; J. E. Ribout, 
575.07; Felix A. Ricard, 130.39; Richards-Wilcox Canadian Co., Ltd., 1,840.38; 
Richardson Battery & Ignition Service, 518.92; Richardson, Bond & Wright, 
Ltd., 109.25; J. E. Richardson, 847.58; R. E. Richardson, 1,118.46; Richmond 
Building of London, Ltd., 960.00; E. Ricker, 125.40; C. Riddell, 1,599.55; 
F. Riddell, 378.40; Riverside Garage, 105.24; C. W. Roach, 824.04; Roads 
Resurfacing Co., Ltd., 2,390.14; F. R. Robertson, Ltd., 136.60; J. J. Robertson, 
108.08; S. Robertson, 161.00; J. Robinson, 100.60; W. Robinson, 117.00; H. 
Robitaille, 2,209.50; Robot Aligning and Spring Service, 380.82; Township 
of Rochester, 143.88; Felix Rodberg, 460.80; J. G. Roger, 550.35; Alfred Rogers, 
Ltd., 61,014.34; Elias Rogers Co., Ltd., 268.65; Roofers Supply Co., Ltd., 
5,534.42; J. M. Rosevear & Co., 193.40; Ralph Ross, 250.40; H. P. Roung, 
182.65; N. Roung. 124.10; Routly Construction Co., Ltd., 1,220.48; H. T. 
Routly Estate, 310.00; Wm. Rowan, 836.08; Royal Bank of Canada, 113.43; 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F_29 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Rubberset Co., Ltd., 156.21; Victor W. Ruckle, 225.00; A. E. Rudd, 731.39; 
Geo. Rumble Co., Ltd., 147.69; Russel Bros., Ltd., 131.32; R. S. Russell, 
333.64; Russell, Willis & Crlspo, Ltd., 1,337.25; Ryan Contracting Co., Ltd., 
851.61; T. F. Ryan, 310.49; J. A. Rydall, 129.40. 

S. and S. Auto Parts, 231.13; Sadler's Auto Electric, 527.88; F. St. Aubin, 225.02; 
St. Catharines Auto Bodies, 155.22; St. Catharines Public Utilities Commis- 
sion, 241.70; St. Remy Motor Service, Ltd., 267.14; St. Thomas Metal Signs, 
Ltd., 60,942.32; Sault Ste. Marie Public Utilities Commission, 277.89; F. E. 
Saunders, 835.95; J. A. Saunders, 140.45; W. L. Saunders, 1,269.38; C. Sawyer, 
180.10; C. J. Sawyer, 369.39; Sawyer-Massey, Ltd., 11,652.65; Sawyer-Stoll 
Lumber Company of Canada, Ltd., 492.67; Township of Scarborough Public 
Utilities Commission, 2,036.14; Scarfe & Co., Ltd., 2,987.56; Schell Construc- 
tion Co., 4,885.50; J. H. Schou, 864.13; John Schulz, 392.53; A. H. Schwenger, 
505.00; B. Scott, 192.65; Jas. Scott, 215.08; Scott-Jackson Construction, 
Ltd., 2,164.75; R. E. Sculthorpe Garage, 561.62; Scythes & Co., Ltd., 872.22; 
J. Sears, 2,081.81; W. A. Seawright, 333.30; E. and E. Seegmiller, Ltd., 2,871.95; 

E. Seguin, 183.55; Sellers & Rowan, 162.05; Jas. Sercombe & Sons, Ltd., 656.25; 

F. Seymour, 162.00; Shaw Construction, 948.85; E. Shaw, 174.39; H. Shaw, 
238.57; Shell Oil Company of Canada, Ltd., 53,874.06; Russell A. Shelton, 
250.00; Sheridan Nurseries, Ltd., 1,334.20; Sherman Contracting Co., Ltd., 
1,250.00; Sherman & Hubbell, 1,306.25; Sherwin-Williams Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 134.77; Sherwood Municipal Telephone System Corp., 113.19; J. Shields, 
199.75; W. Shiells, 1,109.48; K. H. Siddall, 1,551.18; L. A. Sidney, 189.31; 
A. Silverman & Sons, 1,680.00; Town of Simcoe, 675.68; T. S. Simms & Co., 
Ltd., 145.11; Chas. Simpson, 120.00; S. L. Simpson, 175.00; F. Lyle Sims, 
120.00; H. P. Sisson, 666.80; H. Sisterson, 217.90; J. P. Skene, 2,762.94; Frank 
Slater, 505.29; N. Slater Co., Ltd., 189.10; D. L. Smith, 163.35; E. Smith, 
1,577.69; E. D. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 523.95; G. E. Smith, 714.67; H. S. Smith, 
925.23; Smith & Mitchell, 823.61; N. Smith Belting Works, Ltd., 118.20; 
R. B. Smith, 628.39; R. J. Smith, 960.00; W. B. Smith, 167.79; C. Smythe, 
Ltd., 10,802.44; Township of Somerville, 223.50; W. A. Somerville, 218.10; 
Wm. Lyon Somerville, 1,100.00; Soo Garage, 297.98; Southern Ontario Tele- 
phone Co., Ltd., 198.68; L. Spence, 202.30; G. H. Spratt, 487.55; Springer 
& Beatty, 178.85; Miles Springer, 164.00; Srigley Motor Sales, 130.49; Bert 
Stacey Motors, Ltd., 508.72; Stamford Lumber Co., 608.20; Stamford Public 
Utilities Commission, 878.84; Township of Stamford, 1,057.96; Standard 
Motor Replacements, Ltd., 1,204.48; Standard Paint & Varnish Co., Ltd., 
133.65; Standard Paving, Ltd., 225.67; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., 7,264.76; 
A. Stephenson, 154.66; Stephenson & Lent, 152.27; W. A. Stephenson & Son, 
143.92; Jos. Stere, 160.00; Sterling Construction Co., Ltd., 4,647.94; Stevens 
Auto Electric, 244.91; Jack Stewart, 252.12; John Stewart, 160.10; L. Stewart, 
343.30; M. Stewart, 138.70; Stirling-Dynes, 189.80; G. Stockdale, 1,369.66; 
Donald Stonehouse, 165.00; N. G. Stoner Estate, 105.00; Amos Storey, 437.15; 
C. L. Storey, 1,248.70; O. L: Storm, 100.00; Storms Contracting Co., Ltd., 
408.00; R. F. Strain, 1,177.28; Mary Strano, 1,020.00; Stratford Public Utility 
Commission, 154.82; A. Strom, 367.73; R. O. Sturdy, 616.54; City of Sudbury, 
333.70; Sudbury Construction & Machinery Co., Ltd., 662.16; Sudbury Oil 
Co., 664.75; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 9,953.11; A. Sunstrum, 243.15; Supertest Petrol- 
eum Corporation, Ltd., 17,038.55; W. Sutherland, 889.48; H. H. Sutton & 
Son, 4,030.31; E. Swan, 130.30; Edward Swanson, 133.24; Jas. Swift & Co., 
Ltd., 327.00; C. F. Szammers, 918.71. 

Tackaberry, C, 1,591.11; A. H. Tallman Bronze Co., Ltd., 1,427.36; Edward 
Tapp, 345.35; Jas. J. Taugher, 403.74; George Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 2,983.47; 
Taylor Instrument Companies of Canada, Ltd., 121.12; K. Taylor, 301.00; 
W. Taylor, 392.95; J. Teasdale, 161.25; Township of Teck, 548.64; Temiskaming 
& Northern Ontario Railway, 5,919.02; Temiskaming & Northern Ontario 
Railway's Telegraph, 142.51; C. E. Tench, 794.74; Tennant's Transfer & 
Storage, 153.76; F. H. Teskey, 132.92; Thayers, Ltd., 2,000.48; W. L. Therrien, 
152.75; Thexton Machine Works, 100.21; Thompson Construction Engineering 
Co., Ltd., 167.54; J. O. Thompson, 354.79; Thompson & Smith, Ltd., 608.28; 
W. Roy Thompson, 309.69; Frank Thomson, 461.25; G. D. Thomson, 789.26; 
W. H. Thomson, 701.18; W. J. Thomson, 897.40; Thornhill Golf & Country 
Club, 315.00; R. Throop, 103.22; Tide Water Oil Company of Canada, Ltd., 
3,095.57; Township of Tilbury East, 132.80; Township of Tilburv North, 
190.00; Town of Timmins, 129.96; Tire Chains & Accessories, Ltd., 1,438.71; 
Township of Tisdale, 5,074.00; Tolton's Garage, 108.75; T. Tomlinson Foundry 



F30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Co., Ltd., 974.24; Tompkins' Hardware, 1,289.91; Toms' Garage, 145.59; 
A. L. Torgis & Sons, 410.27; Toronto Auto Glass Co., 194.13; Toronto, Hamilton 
& Buffalo Railway Co., 3,643.35; Toronto Transportation Commission, 5,438.59; 
Towland Construction Co., Ltd., 26,262.00; Cliff Towle, 133.43; H. A. Tre- 
gaskes, 712.42; Trout Creek Lumber Co., 501.14; H. Truax, 1,797.60; E. Truchon, 
256.40; Truck & Tractor Equipment Co., Ltd., 329.54; Trudel Hardware 
Co., 107.01; Truscon Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., 789.89; G. Turnham, 
189.35; H. Turnham, 273.15. 

Underwood Elliott Fisher, Ltd., 250.65; Union Garage, 458.23; Union Gas Com- 
pany of Canada, Ltd., 631.28; United Auto Parts (Sudbury), Ltd., 906.04; United 
Farmers Co-Operative Co., Ltd., 429.00; Universal Auto Electric, 207.13; 
Universal Ignition and Battery Co., 1,038.03; Uptown Tire and Battery Ser- 
vice, 127.25. 

Vallance, Brown & Co., Ltd., 3,416.43; Jas. A. Vance, 20,802.03; S. Vankoughnett, 
267.40; Van Luven Bros., Ltd., 341.33; Vanstone Motors, Ltd., 655.58; Margaret 
Varin, 900.00; Vaughan Seed Co., 1,301.98; L. Veira, 156.20; R. J. Vigrass, 
496.40; Frank Villeneuve, 113.70; Visco Petroleum Products, Ltd., 465.91; 
W. J. Vollett, 102.50. 

Wakami Lumber Co., Ltd., 116.08; C. C. Wakefield & Co., Ltd., 415.80; Clifford 
Walke, 252.90; Walker Bros., 2,676.68; M. Walker, 469.20; W. Walker, 230.99; 
Wall Chemicals Canadian Corporation, Ltd., 279.40; Jas. E. Wall, 176.27; 
Gordon L. Wallace, 800.00; J. A. Wallace, 142.25; W. Wallace, Jr., 682.15; 
Town of Wallaceburg, 2,153.45; Walter Motor Trucks of Canada, Ltd., 1,172.02; 
W. C. Warburton & Co., Ltd., 1,252.26; G. E. Ward, 1,452.18; Chas. Warnock 
& Co., Ltd., 2,173.97; Warren Bituminous Paving Co., Ltd., 6,637.95; County 
of Waterloo, 1,123.75; Township of Waterloo, 350.75; Waterous, Ltd., 1,016.85; 
A. J. Watkinson, 125.04; E. Watson, 308.00; R. G. Watson, 512.01; Watson 
Spring Co., Ltd., 224.21; Roy Wattam, 106.00; Watters Bros., 221.50; R. L. 
Way, 629.55; J. C. Waymouth, 121.90; F. P. Weaver Coal Co., Ltd., 220.81; 
Edward Webb & Sons (Canada), Ltd., 3,367.65; Henry George Webber, 162.39; 
Webber Machine Co., 1,204.16; C. W. Webster, 1,150.16; R. Webster, 132.34; 
H. Weeks, 225.00; Welch & Johnston, Ltd., 286.94; Welland Crushed Stone 
Co., Ltd., 2,210.01; Curtis Wells, 646.75; Wells & Emmerson, 788.81; Wells 
Hardware Co., Ltd., 481.74; J. E. Wells, 222.00; Welsh Lumber Co., Ltd., 
2,842.49; West End Garage, 104.65; Western Engineering Service, Ltd., 210.01; 
W. Westlake, 1,359.19; Jos. H. Whalen, 222.83; Wheel & Brake Service, 446.21; 
Wheel & Rim Company of Canada, Ltd., 1,980.86; J. K. Wheeler, 926.00; 
C. E. Whicher, Ltd., 2,318.25; Whitby Public Utility Commission, 280.16; 
White Co., Ltd., 182.88; Edgar C. White, 134.09; G. White, 165.28; George 
White & Sons Co., Ltd., 280.63; White & Thomas, 1,153.22; White's Hard- 
ware, Ltd., 788.91; P. L. Whitley, 1,501.68; J. M. Whitmarsh, 101.40; Town- 
ship of Whitney, 399.85; M. Whyte, 104.60; L. Wilcox, 114.60; L. C. Wild, 
188.04; Wilkinson-Kompass, Ltd., 744.51; Mary Willet, 130.00; L. F. Williams, 
1,182.71; C. Williamson, 115.79; P. Willis, 621.92; Township of Willoughby, 
2,259.20; H. L. Wilson, 189.50; M. Wilson & Sons, 226.69; Wilson Motor Bodies, 
Ltd., 1,128.59; Wilson Publishing Company of Toronto, Ltd., 448.00; Village 
of Winchester, 160.35; A. E. Wing, 125.00; J. T. Wing & Co., Ltd., 360.20; 
Corporation of Wingham, 166.03; Robt. H. Wither, 100.00; Wood, Alexander 
& James, Ltd., 364.18; D. E. Wood, 137.49; G. H. Wood & Co., 147.50; Wood- 
bridge & Vaughan Telephone Co., Ltd., 156.99; E. F. Woodcock, 522.84; L. W. 
Woodruff, 280.86; K. G. Woodford, 361.68; D. Woods, 173.45; Woodwire 
Fence Co., Ltd., 910.00; Woolrich & Clark, 137.72; A. Workman & Co., Ltd. 
157.30; Workmen's Compensation Board, 81,526.87; A. V. Wright, 236.00; 
E. Wrightman, 678.45; Wynne-Roberts, Son & McLean, 1,578.74. 

Yakabuski, F., 371.92; H. Yenko, 408.40; C. Yeomans, 493.63; Township of 
North York, 600.85; W. R. Young, 164.50; Yundt Bros., 6,867.88; Wm. Yundt, 
2,749.75. 

Zadow, Rudolf, 105.00; N. Zuck, 105.00. 

Staff overtime meals, 69.00; Accounts under $100, 97,777.83. 

Total 3,440,919 09 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 31 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

King's Highways and Development Roads.$ 15,335,902 19 

Less Refunds (see page F 11) 340,001 89 

$14,995,900 30 

Equipment Branch 60,175 11 

Less Refunds (see page F 11; 28,368 87 

31,806 24 

Net Expenditure King's Highways and Development 

Roads $15,027,706 54 



MUNICIPAL ROADS BRANCH 

Subsidies 

County Roads ($1,610,752.54) 

Counties of: 

Brant, 40,096.13; Bruce, 45,823.98. 

Carleton, 60,772.26. 

Dufferin, 19,208.17. 

Elgin, 41,756.78; Essex, 40,339.43. 

Frontenac, 32,500.00. 

Grey, 59,654.57. 

Haldimand, 38,500.76; Halton, 29,762.23; Hastings, 32,691.67; Huron, 43,956.85 

Kent, 62,009.50. 

Lambton, 33,763.44; Lanark, 25,974.34; Leeds and Grenville, 40,570.53; Lennox 

and Addington, 21,500.00; Lincoln, 33,630.51. 
Middlesex, 61,866.43. 

Norfolk, 57,061.94; Northumberland and Durham, 37,740.95. 
Ontario, 36,037.99; Oxford, 41,728.24. 
Peel, 29,773.92; Perth, 27,101.24; Peterborough, 33,252.70; Prescott and Russell, 

47,450.46; Prince Edward, 29,119.35. 
Renfrew, 31,703.06. 

Simcoe, 46,412.53; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 71,744.74. 
Victoria, 36,236.48. 
Waterloo, 51,875.90; Welland, 34,128.21; Wellington, 63,328.85; Wentworth, 

55,029.55. 
York, 116,648.85. 

Total 1,610,752 54 

Township Roads and Indian Reserves ($1,978,728.19) 
Townships of: 

Adelaide, 2,003.27; Adjala, 4,521.54; Admaston, 2,499.32; Adolphustown, 714.04; 
Albemarle, 5,379.57; Albion, 6,479.75; Aldborough, 4,841.98; Alfred, 1,803.82; 
Algona North, 421.25; Algona South, 1,791.64; Alice and Fraser, 2,076.42; 
Alnwick, 1,038.98; Amabel, 2,882.09; Amaranth, 4,163.40; Ameliasburg, 
2,963.67; Ancaster, 3,728.19; Anderdon, 3,365.68; Anson and Hindon, 405.41; 
Armour, 3,066.23; Armstrong, 2,309.49; Arran, 3,331.16; Artemesia, 4,675.94; 
Arthur, 4,491.00; Ashfield, 5,846.26; Asphodel, 2,196.66; Assiginack, 1,405.72; 
Athol, 1,499.72; Atwood, 3,224.03; Augusta, 4,350.00. 

Bagot and Blythfield, 1,185.61; Baldwin, 1,275.00; Balfour, 2,813.29; Bangor, 
Wicklow and McClure, 3,208.67; Barrie, 1,595.20; Barrie Island, 472.79; Barton, 
2,439.96; Bastard and Burgess South, 2,614.43; Bathurst, 1,873.87; Bayham, 
7,475.36; Beckwith, 1,500.00; Bedford, 2,625.00; Belmont and Methuen, 
3,655.45; Bentinck, 4,161.38; Bertie, 11,736.06; Beverly, 4,750.00; Bexley, 
1,808.96; Biddulph, 2,426.52; Billings, 1,332.50; Binbrook, 1,982.64; Bland- 
ford, 2,298.48; Blanshard, 1,959.93; Blenheim, 4,189.86; Blezard, 2,496.17; 
Blue, 1,168.91; Bonfield, 2,601.63; Bosanquet, 4,856.72; Brant, 2,637.22; 
Brantford, 13,397.78; Brethour, 2,974.18; Brighton, 3,722.51; Brock, 3,966.50; 
Bromley, 1,440.00; Brooke, 3,545.59; Brougham, 2,878.73; Bruce, 3,358.69; 
Brudenell and Lyndoch, 3,584.03; Brunei, 1,550.28; Bucke, 2,104.41; Burford, 
6,774.82; Burgess North, 503.84; Burleigh and Anstruther, 1,602.53; Burpee, 
480.97. 

Caistor, 2,552.28; Caldwell, 2,777.63; Caledon, 6,225.70; Caledonia, 1,287.03; 
Calvert, 2,386.34; Calvin, 2,798.12; Cambridge, 2,743.46; Camden, 7,016.62; 
Camden East, 3,648.42; Cameron, 2,424.37; Canboro, 1,399.38; Cape Croker 



F32 , PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Subsidies — Continued 

Township Roads, etc. — Continued 

Indian Reserve, 1,456.00; Caradoc, 3,506.44; Caradoc Indian Reserve, 425.88 
Carden, 2,385.41; Cardiff, 1,498.55; Cardwell, 879.86; Carling, 3,271.92 
Carlow, 2,113.59; Carnarvon, 1,072.50; Carrick, 4,176.32; Cartwright, 3,705.19 
Casey, 3,133.82; Casimir, Jennings and Applebv, 2,541.32; Cavan, 5,563.51 
Cayuga North, 3,715.94; Cayuga South, 1,777.77; Chaffey, 2,086.97; Chamber- 
lain, 2,573.49; Chandos, 3,500.00; Chapleau, 2,400.00; Chapman, 1,767.55 
Chappie, 3,814.90; Charlottenburgh, 4,157.31; Charlotteville, 4,500.00; Chat- 
ham, 24,605.85; Chinguacousy, 7,153.80; Chisholm, 3,922.56; Christie, 943.40 
Clarence, 3,640.60; Clarendon and Miller, 2,758.76; Clarke, 4,226.06; Clinton 
■ 3,672.99; Cockburn Island, 455.00; Colborne, 2,573.78; Colchester North 
5,492.18; Colchester South, 4,858.56; Coleman, 2,086.72; Collingwood, 3,711.85 
Conmee, 2,334.27; Cornwall, 5,746.87; Cosby and Mason, 1,338.71; Cramahe 
4,178.81; Crosby North, 2,301.00; Crosby South, 1,789.00; Crowland, 8,542.12 
Culross, 3,428.71; Cumberland, 4,475.70. 

Dack, 1,847.43; Dalhousie and North Sherbrooke, 1,388.99; Dalton, 1,648.45; 
Darling, 1,103.02; Darlington, 5,634.46; Dawn, 10,082.20; Day and Bright 
Additional, 1,332.03; Delaware, 1,379.85; Denbigh, Abinger and Ashby, 2,162.50; 
Derby, 2,064.69; Dereham, 8,274.35; Dilke, 1,196.83; Dorchester North, 
4,723.49; Dorchester South, 2,207.65; Douro, 3,410.78; Dover, 12,473.08; 
Dowling, 749.79; Downie, 3,530.10; Draper, 1,612.91; Drummond, 1,542.49; 
Drury, Denison and Graham, 1,027.06; Dumfries North. 3,778.67; Dumfries 
South, 3,356.76; Dummer, 3,884.34; Dungannon, 2,544.50; Dunn, 1,344.86; 
Dunwich, 4,622.23; Dymond, 2,037.75; Dysart, Dudley, et al, 9,634.92. 

Easthope North, 2,564.15; Easthope South, 1,839.62; Eastnor, 3,701.86; Edwards- 
burgh, 3,239.82; Egremont, 3,035.60; Ekfrid, 3,369.63; Elderslie, 3,813.59; 
Eldon, 4,255.77; Elizabethtown, 3,939.51; Ellice, 4,515.55; Elma, 4,598.79; 
Elmsley North, 900.00; Elmsley South, • 737.33; Elzevir and Grimsthorpe, 
1,109.22; Emily, 3,920.15; Emo, 4,154.55; Enniskillen, 5,074.17; Ennismore, 
874.02; Eramosa, 4,810.24; Erin, 4,759.96; Ernesttown, 3,804.07; Escott Front, 
583.90; Esquesing, 7,500.00; Essa, 6,589.83; Etobicoke, 7,049.80; Euphemia, 
4,825.98; Euphrasia, 3,824.32; Evanturel, 2,105.15. 

Faraday, 2,416.28; Fenelon, 4,579.80; Ferris East, 2,251.28; Ferris West, 999.75; 
Field, 501.12; Finch, 3,092.46; Fitzroy, 3,603.70; Flamboro East, 5,511.53; 
Flamboro West, 3,248.59; Flos, 4,707.33; Foley, 2,665.96; Franklin, 2,672.14; 
Fredericksburgh North, 1,365.79; Fredericksburgh South, 1,415.50; Freeman, 
449.72; Fullarton, 3,598.34. 

Gainsboro, 4,190.57; Galway and Cavendish, 2,240.00; Garafraxa East, 1,655.73; 
Garafraxa West, 3,129.01; Georgina, 2,737.22; Gibson Indian Reserve, 44.00; 
Gillies, 2,554.36; Glackmeyer, 5,381.89; Glamorgan, 1,033.04; Glanford, 
5,518.94; Glenelg, 4,732.05; Gloucester, 16,706.92; Goderich, 2,706.62; Gordon 
and Allan, 965.67; Gosfield North, 3,132.23; Gosfield South, 1,819.32; Goulburn, 
2,471.71; Gower North, 1,728.31; Gower South, 2,615.05; Grantham, 8,669.84; 
Grattan, 1,950.00; Greenock, 3,499.59; Grey, 3,709.62; Griffith and Mata- 
watchan, 1,130.86; Grimsby North, 3,167.17; Grimsbv South, 3,460.03; Guelph, 
3,404.22; Gwillimbury East, 4,468.31; Gwillimbury North, 5,343.96; Gwillim- 
bury West, 2,995.14/ 

Hagar, 2,120.93; Hagarty and Richards, 3,372.75; Hagerman, 1,655.74; Haldi- 
mand, 4,464.49; Hallam, 1,310.84; Hallowell, 2,440.89; Hamilton, 6,928.26; 
Hanmer, 1,890.00; Harley, 2,629.37; Harris, 2,495.06; Harvey, 1,976.87; Har- 
wich, 8,820.85; Hawkesbury East, 2,288.59; Hawkesbury West, 688.09; 
Hay, 2,996.66; Head, Clara and Maria, 435.40; Hibbert, 2,609.68; Hilliard, 
3,346.03; Hillier, 3,258.88; Hilton, 910.64; Himsworth North, 2,493.46; Hims- 
worth South, 3,055.60; Hinchinbrooke, 2,125.18; Holland, 2,944.23; Hope, 
4,494.32; Horton, 786.62; Houghton, 2,857.85; Howard, 4,967.47; Howe, 
312.92; Howick, 4,815.32; Howland, 1,556.57; Hudson, 1,801.13; Hullett, 
3,578.57; Humberstone, 6,365.20; Humphrey, 3,730.21; Hungerford, 2,946.00; 
Huntingdon, 1,795.72; Huntley, 1,320.27; Huron, 6,544.55. 

Innisfil, 7,987.32. 

Jaffray and Melick, 1,364.44; Jocelyn, 349.96; Johnson, 1,260.66; Joly, 708.38. 

Kaladar, Anglesea and Effingham, 2,050.71 ; Kennebec. 2,949.66; Kenyon, 3,294.18; 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 33 

Subsidies — Continued 

Township Roads, etc. — Continued 

Keppel, 4,115.65; Kerns, 3,545.19; Kettle Point Indian Reserve, 231.40; Kin- 
cardine, 7,437.78; King, 11,957.04; Kingston, 3,227.10; Kinloss, 2,415.96; 
Kitley, 2,796.97; Korah, 4,907.50. 

Laird, 1,952.35; Lanark, 2,750.00; Lancaster, 3,762.07; Lavallee, 3,847.15; Lavant, 
1,501.45; Laxton, Digby and Longford, 2,045.09; Leeds and Lansdowne Front, 
3,461.62; Leeds and Lansdowne Rear, 1,292.63; Limerick, 1,400.67; Lindsav, 
4,392.55; Lobo, 3,500.00; Lochiel, 2,849.36; Logan, 4,682.33; London, 9,721.19; 
Long Point Provincial Park, 742.34; Longueuil, 1,459.99; Loughborough, 
2,940.00; Louth, 6,671.71; Luther East, 1,635.75; Luther West, 2,453.68; 
Lutterworth, 1,601.91. 

Macaulay, 1,136.74; Macdonald, Meredith and Aberdeen, 2,082.50; Machar, 
2,918.83; Machin Municipality, 8,464.63; Madoc, 2,322.00; Maidstone, 6,012.55; 
Malahide, 4,008.52; Maiden, 2,627.56; Manvers, 3,888.64; Mara, 3,993.00; 
March, 1,044«37; Mariposa, 4,350.20; Markham, 9,947.01; Marlborough, 
2,750.00; Marmora and Lake, 2,064.15; Martland. 1,736.97; Maryborough, 
4,159.75; Marysburg North, 2,078.22; Marysburg, South, 1,750.10; Matche- 
dash, 1,600.00; Matilda, 3,873.91; Mattawan, .1,200.00; Mayo, 1,466.26; 
McCrosson and Tovell, 1,598.58; McDougall, 6,338.11; McGillivray, 4,472.96; 
Mclrvine, 1,465.41; McKellar, 1,606.41; McKillop, 2,145.30; McKim, 7,382.72; 
McLean, 687.02; McMurrich, 1,640.99; McNab, 3,430.60; Medonte, 7,062.71; 
Medora and Wood, 8,695.06; Melancthon, 4,705.60; Mersea, 5,944.25; Met- 
calfe, 2,949.98; Middleton, 3,212.82; Minden, 1,544.28; Minto, 3,501.25; 
Monaghan North, 3,128.14; Monaghan South, 1,503.94; Monck, 3,861.31; 
Monmouth, 1,041.16; Mono, 5,750.00; Montague, 1,419.79; Monteagle and 
Herschel, 4,210.53; Moore, 4,906.24; Moravian Indian Reserve, 95.56; Morley, 
2,971.36; Mornington, 3,000.00; Morris, 2,704.20; Morrison, 1,436.84; Morson, 
645.80; Mosa, 2,929.50; Moulton, 2,400.05; Mountain, 4,738.27; Mud Lake 
Indian Reserve, 100.00; Mulmur, 9,590.05; Murray, 2,735.41; Muskoka, 
2,070.72. 

Nairn, 519.50; Nassagaweya, 3,991.10; Neebing, 8,880.22; Neelon and Garson, 
3,910.21; Nelson, 5,000.00; Nepean, 13,000.00; New Credit Indian Reserve, 
1,149.95; Niagara, 6,000.00; Nichol, 2,009.20; Nipigon, 1,726.63; Nipissing, 
2,242.43; Nissouri East, 5,600.00; Nissouri West, 3,980.05; Normanbv, 2,711.97; 
Norwich North, 3,218.44; Norwich South, 3,141.34; Nottawasaga,' 6,204.27. 

Oakland, 486.77; Oakley, 1,037.34; O'Connor, 3,192.95; Olden, 2,411.18; Oliver, 
2,880.48; Oneida, 2,736.77; Onondaga, 1,899.23; Ops, 5,603.33; Orford, 3,694.27; 
Orillia, 7,800.00; Oro, 4,378.43; Osgocde, 6,322.13; Osnabruck, 3,994.18; Oso, 
2,607.66; Osprey, 6,908.45; Otonabee, 4,363.95; Oxford East, 3,811.60; Oxford 
North, 2,199.29; Oxford West, 2,120.62; Oxford-On-Rideau, 2,957.18. 

Paipoonge, 4,513.49; Pakenham, 1,498.64; Palmerston, Canonto North and South, 
3,366.93; Papineau, 1,987.50; Parry Island Indian Reserve, 120.00; Peel, 
6,916.91; Pelee Island, 2,041.83; Pelham, 4,249.06; Pembroke, 240.25; Percy, 
3,896.85; Perry, 5,081.63; Pickering, 9,714.64; Pilkington, 3,891.50; Pittsburgh, 
1,982.21; Plantagenet North, 2,370.85; Plantagenet South, 2,675.53; Playfair, 
1,873.86; Plummer Additional, 1,534.16; Plvmpton, 5.973.03; Portland, 2,068.22; 
Presqu'ile Park Commission, 527.94; Prince, 735.00; Proton, 3,408.55; Puslinch, 
3,384.57. 

Radcliffe, 2,185.34; Raglan, 2,025.00; Rainham, 3,893.63; Raleigh, 9,881.09; Rama 
1,349.06; Rama Indian Reserve, 52.80; Ramsav, 2,695.55; Ratter and Dunnet' 
2,457.04; Rawdon, 2,354.00; Rayside, 2,533.95; Reach, 3,998.87; Rice Lake 
Indian Reserve, 113.74; Richmond, 2,834.93; Ridout, 600.36; Rochester 
3,369.89; Rolph, Buchanan and Wylie, 2,124.40; Romney, 2,291 13- Ross' 
1,496.39; Roxborough, 3,983.44; Russell, 5,243.93; Ryde, 870.27; Ryerson' 
2,569.64. 

St. Edmunds, 1,820.43; St. Joseph, 2,192.40; St. Vincent, 3,467.45j Salter May 
and Harrow, 2,920.61; Saltfleet, 8,028.54; Sandfield, 769.58; Sandwich' East 
4,519.87; Sandwich South, 2,873.12; Sandwich West, 4,415.08; Sarawak' 
1,160.62; Sarnia, 5,905.76; Sarnia Indian Reserve, 206.70; Saugeen, 1 688 20- 
Saugeen Indian Reserve, 295.55; Scarborough, 14,994.87; Schreiber, '750 00- 
Scott, 3,250.00; Scugog, 429.31 ; Sebastopol, 1,167.26; Seneca, 4,739.50; Seymour' 
4,556.09; Shawanaga Indian Reserve, 60.00; Sheffield, 2,710.89; Sheguiandah 



F34 '_ PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Subsidies — Continued 

Township Roads, etc. — Continued 

Indian Reserve, 130.00; Sherbourne, 228.56; Sherbrooke, 422.84; Sherbrooke 
South, 1,246.27; Sherwood, Jones and Burns, 2,167.76; Shuniah, 11,084.70; 
Sidney, 3,618.59; Six Nations Indian Reserve, 7,998.87; Smith, 3,397.40; Snow- 
don, 1,221.91; Sombra, 10,472.77; Somerville, 2,700.00; Sophiasburg, 2,602.66 
Southwold, 5,905.40; Springer, 2,890.98; Stafford, 1,362.40; Stamford, 16,866.91 
Stanhope, 1,322.74; Stanley, 2,835.04; Stephen, 2,248.33; Stephenson, 1,254.68; 
Stisted, 1,201.00; Storrington, 2,289.11; Strong, 2,568.89; Sullivan, 3,556.62; 
Sunnidale, 4,282.90; Sydenham, 4,459.31. 

Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional, 825.00; Tarentorus, 2,791.41; Tay, 6,000.00; 
Teck, 4,559.98; Tecumseth, 4,871.14; Tehkummah, 934.52; Thessalon, 2,765.32; 
Thompson, 528.75; Thorah, 2,169.54; Thorold, 9,748.92; Thurlow, 4,640.65; 
Tilbury East, 5,611.97; Tilbury North, 2,957.93; Tilbury West, 3,070.54; Tiny, 
7,196.54; Tisdale, 10,323.68; Torbolton, 1,725.00; Toronto, 15,501.00; Toronto 
Gore, 2,041.26; Tossorontio, 3,283.05; Townsend, 7,260.18; Trafalgar, 3,714.68; 
Tuckersmith, 1,802.34; Tudor and Cashel, 2,302.50; Turnberry, 1,740.92; Tyen- 
dinaga, 2,455.06; Tyendinaga Indian Reserve, 874.00. 

Usborne, 3,439.07; Uxbridge, 3,696.37. 

Van Home, 907.55; Vaughan, 12,821.63; Verulam, 4,941.16; Vespra, 3,465.00. 

Wainfleet, 6,019.66; Wallace, 2,258.23; Walpole, 7,189.17; Walpole Island Indian 
Reserve, 550.00; Walsingham North, 3,700.00; Walsingham South, 3,409.66 
Warwick, 3,904.79; Waterloo, 8,156.15; Waters, 1,504.74; Watt, 2,058.45 
Wawanosh East, 1,848.89; Wawanosh West, 2,054.05; Wellesley, 6,045.47 
West Bay Indian Reserve, 273.00; Westmeath, 2,554.94; Westminster, 8,471.05 
Whitby, 3,744.50; Whitby East, 4,466.88; Whitchurch, 5,991.35; Whitney 
4,318.76; Wicksteed, 300.74; Widdifield, 3,857.62; Wilberforce, 1,101.91; Wil 
Hams East, 1,422.53; Williams West, 1,597.27; Williamsburg, 2,502.42 
Willoughby, 2,363.46; Wilmot, 7,129.68; Winchester, 5,990.38; Windham, 
4,731.26, Wolfe Island, 149.85; Wolford, 1,362.47; Wollaston, 2,796.33; Wood- 
house, 4,000.00; Woolwich, 10,523.78; Worthington, 1,209.42. 

Yarmouth, 6,057.57; Yonge Front, 1,130.49; Yonge Rear and Escott, 876.86; 
York North, 17,609.42. 

Zone, 2,906.26; Zorra East, 3,088.88; Zorra West, 4,894.75. 

Total $1,983,867 74 

Less Refunds 5,139 55 

1,978,728 19 

Statutory $18,838,178 76 

SPECIAL WARRANT 

Township of Mersea, re Cost of Pavement ($4,257.75) 
Township of Mersea 4,257 75 

Total Expenditure, Department of Highways $19,780,385 26 



PART G 



DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 



FISCAL YEAR, 1942-43 



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DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

Hon. G. D. Conant, Minister (Statutory, see pages B 24; N 7) 

Salaries ($41,961.22) 

Permanent: 

H. D. McNairn Superintendent 5,500 00 

H. B. Armstrong, 3,433.33; E. N. Beswick, 1,600.00; Z. Cliffe, 1,200.00; O. V. 
Curtin, 369.56; T. W. Doyle, 950.00; J. Edwards, 2,750.00; J. Elliott, 1,300.00; 
E. A. Fluker, 2,100.00; J. G. Gibbons, 2,650.00; O. B. Henry, 2,700.00; E. A. 
Hinch, 1,500.00; E. H. Jackson, 1,533.33; J. S. Laird, 1,266.67; P. A. Lambert, 
1,150.00; C. Richards, 3,533.33; A. W. Rogers, 725.79; G. N. Sheppard, 952.82; 
W. J. Smelt, 2,000.00; E. F. Thompson, 1,200.00; T. C. Tinline, 1,866.67 40,281 50 

Temporary : 

H. M. Cairns, 350.00; M. L. Limage, 105.55; M. H. Scheinert, 211.67; F. W. 

Spencer, 1,012.50 1,679.72 

Travelling Expenses ($2,300.59) 

J. Edwards, 85.55; E. A. Fluker, 358.70; J. G. Gibbons, 411.42; O. B. Henry, 288.00; 
H. D. McNairn, 586.02; C. Richards, 185.80; A. W. Rogers, 183.65; G. N. Shep- 
pard, 66.38; F. W. Spencer, 55.67; T. C. Tinline, 79.40 2,300 59 

Maintenance ($1,953.49) 

King's Printer, 772.23; K. M. Pringle, 150.00; Retail Credit Co., Inc., 119.65; D. C. 
Wells, 180.00; Car tickets, 40.00; newspapers and periodicals, 234.26; tele- 
grams, 61.79; telephone, 167.67; accounts under $100, 227.89. . . . ". 1,953 49 

Printing Annual Reports, etc. ($3,370.76) 

King's Printer 3,594 15 

Less Refunds: Various Provinces, share of cost of printing annual 

statement blanks 223 39 

3,370 76 



Grant to Association of Superintendents of Insurance ($100.00) K 

Association of Superintendents of Insurance 100 00 

Cost of Living Bonus ($3,101.73) 

Sundry Employees 3,101 73 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($14.39) 

Postmaster, stamps purchased 14 . 39 

Total Expenditure, Department of Insurance $52,802.18 






PART H 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 



FISCAL YEAR, 1942-43 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Main Office: page 

Salaries, Maintenance, etc 6 

Industry and Labour Board 7 

Apprenticeship Branch .- 7 

Boiler Inspection " 8 

Factory Inspection " 8 

Board of Examiners of Operating Engineers 8 

Minimum Wage Branch 9 

Composite Inspection Branch 9 

War Emergency Training 10 

Statutory 11 

Special Warrant 11 



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DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 

Hen. Peter Heenan, Minister (Statutory, see page H-ll) 
MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($39,414.05) 

Permanent: 

J. F. Marsh.... Deputy Minister 5,133 33 

H. H. Alley, 2,000.00; W. W. Allison, 1,333.33; K. M. Byrnes, 2,433.33; H. E. 
Davis, 1,600.00; A. J. Doerr, 512.70; O. Evans, 950.00; G. L. Fenwick, 1,000.03; 
M. Findlay, 2,000.00; L. Fine, 5,066.67; B. F. Gatton, 893.75; A. D. Harpell, 
2,066.67; J. Hutcheon, 2,866.67; O. C. Jennette, 1,500.00; M. I. Light, 261.29; 
M. H. MacBride, 1,575.00; J. Fred. Marsh, 2,600.00; G. E. Mason, 1,333.33; 
G. T. Murray, 1,633.33; R. Paseznik, 112.50; H. E. Simpson, 1,254.16; M. J. 
Thomas, 1,266.67; H. C. Tolmie, 1,633.33; M. T. Waizman, 1,533.33; Public 
Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 48.00 42,607 42 

Temporary : 

E. F. Bawtinheimer, 975.00; E. R. Bookalam, 1,050.00; W. L. Brusso, 237.90; 

A. J. Doerr, 68.75 2,331 65 

Total 44,939 07 

Less: Transferred to War Emergency Vocational Courses, 

Department of Education 5,525 02 



39,414 05 
Travelling Expenses ($6,705.17) 

Hon. Peter Heenan, 550.00; Dept. of Lands and Forests, 137.50; G. L. Fenwick, 
808.84; L. Fine, 2,595.96; J. Hutcheon, 2,886.02; O. C. Jennette, 1,321.63; J. F. 

Marsh, 451.36; H. C. Tolmie, 1.50; Car Tickets, 2.00 8,754 81 

Less: Refunded by Dominion Government 2,049 64 

Maintenance ($4,962.04) 

Bishop Realty, Ltd., 600.00; Gait Club, Limited, 2,400.00; King's Printer, 822.94; 
George Patterson, 780.00; Public Utilities Commission, Gait, 196.78; Wm. Hcgg 

Coal Co., Ltd., 556.55; Toronto Savings and Loan Co., 306.00; Telegrams, 

383.98; telephone, 1,870.28; accounts under $100, 162.58 8,079 11 

Less: Refunds: 

Sundry Persons, rentals 1,091 51 

Department of Agriculture, rentals, etc. 1,305 56 
Transferred to War Emergency Training 

Schedule "G" 720 00 



3,117 07 



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General Stores— Purchase of Stationery, Printing, and Supplies 
for all Branches ($5,649.77) 

King's Printer Purchases, 1942-43 14,969 15 

Less transferred to various branches 9,319 38 

Stock on hand at March 31, 1943 5,649 77 

Investigations, Library Publications, Journals, Subscriptions, etc. ($718.45) 

King's Printer, 302.67; Accounts under $100, 415.78 718 45 

Insurance Premium on Caisson Inspector ($231.55) 
Crown Life Insurance Company 231 . 55 

Advertising, Educational Work, Conferences, etc. ($994.30) 

Canadian Federation of Labour, 100.00; Daily Commercial News, 150.00; The Labor 

News, 100.00; Trades and Labour Congress of Canada, 270.00; Accounts 

under $100, 374.30 994 30 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR H_7 

Main Office — Continued 

Compensation, Medical, Hospital and Other Accounts for Workmen Injured 

in Government Work as Awarded by the Workmen's Compensation Board, 

including Proportion of Administration Expenses ($430.50) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 430 50 

Cost of Living Bonus ($20,725.64) 
Sundry Employees 20,725 64 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($43.12) 

Postmaster, stamps purchased 947 61 

Less: Refund of employees' contribution 538 01 

Transferred to War Emergency Training Schedule "G". 366 48 

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Grants ($1,900.00) 



National Labour Day Committee 100 00 

International Labour Day Celebration Committee 300 00 

American Federation of Labour Convention Committee 1,500 00 

Total 81,774 59 

Less: Distribution of Stationery Stock on hand from 

1941-42 6,370 33 

Main Office $75,404 26 

INDUSTRY AND LABOUR BOARD 

Salaries ($4,932.24) 
Permanent: 

J. C. Adams, 3,330.57; M. H. MacBride, 1,125.00; M. F. Mangan, 833.30; J. B. 
Metzler, 291.71; E. J. Young, 416.66; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Con- 
tribution re Enlistment, 60.00 

Total 6,057 24 

Less: Transferred to War Emergency Vocational Courses, 

Department of Education 1,125 00 

4,932 24 

Maintenance ($338.19) 

King's Printer, 271.17; Accounts under $100, 67.02 338 19 

Industry and Labour Board $5,270 43 

APPRENTICESHIP BRANCH 

Salaries ($17,678.49) 
Permanent: 

S. Burgess, 1,500.00; A. M. Buscombe, 981.25; D. J. Columbus, 463.13; A. B. C. 
Dennis, 1,666.67; L. F. Duffy, 375.00; N. Dzaman, 925.00; L. F. Hamilton, 
724.30; F. J. Hawes, 2,800.00; I. M. Jackson, 825.40; J. R. Johnson, 2,100.00; 
J. M. Lacev, 1,000.00; F. M. McPhail, 950.00; R. Sacrob, 1,050.00; W. Thorne, 
2,100.00 17,460 75 

Temporary: 

E. W. MacMillan 217 74 

Advisory Committees, Per Diem Allowances ($785.00) 

A. Aubrey, 5.00; E. Ball, 24.00; B. Bowey, 24.00; H. Bruce, 16.00; M. Butler, 16.00; 
W. C. Clermont, 16.00; D. Cuff, 4.00; G. Dustoor, 16.00; R. Furanna, 24.00; 
A. Heatherwick, 255.00; P. C. Hollier, 4.00; W. N. Kent, 8.00; G. MacDonald, 
40.00; W. B. Martin, 15.00; M. Millard, 24.00; W. Mirbach, 16.00; T. Mortimer, 
32.00; M. Olsen, 8.00; I. Sales, 32.00; E. N. Shrier, 10.00; A. Smith, 88.00; C. B. 
Stevenson, 4.00; J. E. Walker, 28.00; W. B. Wilson, 20.00; E. Worrall, 56.00. . . 785 00 



H_8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Apprenticeship Branch — Continued 

Travelling Expenses ($2,968.58) 

A. B. C. Dennis, 1,074.93; F. J. Hawes, 376.47; A. Heatherwick, 349.01; P. C. Hollier, 
3.35; J. R. Johnson, 413.16; G. S. MacDonald, 23.70; E. Sharp, 296.45; W. 
Thorne, 431.51 2,968 58 

Maintenance ($2,174.57) 

King's Printer, 1,945.47; Fraser & Company, 180.00; Accounts under $100, 49.10 2,174 57 

Apprenticeship Branch $23,606 64 

BOILER INSPECTION BRANCH 

Salaries ($20,140.72) 

Permanent: 

J. N. Briggs, 2,600.00; H. Brown, 1,200.00; E. E. Charlton, 1,125.00; A. F. E. 
Christie, 448.39; A. F. E. Grosart, 751.61; C. J. Parker, 2,033.33; D. M. Roberts, 
1,600.00; N. Smith, 2,300.00; J. Stevenson, 2,100.00; F. Swarbrick, 2,400.00; 
J. H. Templeton, 2,066.67 18,625 00 

Temporary: 

L. G. R. Roefs, 900.00; D. D. Speight, 615.72 1,515 72 

Travelling Expenses ($5,165.69) 

J. N. Briggs, 215.60; C. J. Parker, 1,755.15; N. Smith, 1,238.66; J. Stevenson, 41.53; 

F. Swarbrick, 1,273.80; J. H. Templeton, 640.95 5,165 69 

Maintenance ($1,333.53) 

King's Printer, 1,010.03; Telegrams, 64.23; telephone, 133.55; accounts under 

$100, 125.72 1,333 53 

Boiler Inspection Branch $26,639 94 

FACTORY INSPECTION BRANCH 

Salaries ($7,864.07) 
Permanent : 

C. G. Gibson, 3,000.00; E. H. Gilbert, 1,833.33; L. M. Hanna, 1,075.00; M. 

Haviland, 1,125.00; M. L. Jennett, 261.29 7,294 62 

Temporary: 

H. I. Bull, 172.50; H. I. Wilkinson, 396.95 569 45 

Maintenance ($1,993.74) 

King's Printer, 1,774.52; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 122.88; 

Accounts under $100, 96.34 1,993 74 

Factory Inspection Branch $9,857 81 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF OPERATING ENGINEERS 

Salaries ($18,044.67) 

Permanent: 

R. A. Campbell, 250.00; W. G. Kent, 1,300.00; S. McComb, 1,300.00; M. A. 
McCrary, 1,200.00; C. I. McGhie, 1,200.00; B. A. Mulvaney, 739.25; W. J. 
Munro, 666.64; W. Robertson, 1,900.00; S. G. Rose, 2,400.00; W. J. Scott, 
2,400.00; J. Sharp, 2,866.67; B. A. Warwick, 918.75; Public Service Superannua- 
tion Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 53.36 17,194 67 

Temporary: 

O. J. Langley 850 00 



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Board of Examiners of Operating Engineers — Continued 
Travelling Expenses ($2,677.42) 

B. A. Mulvaney, 104.95; W. J. Munro, 533.05; S. G. Rose, 685.56; W. J.Scott, 

991.93; J. Sharp, 361.93 2,677 42 

Maintenance ($4,656.08) 

King's Printer, 4,609.48; Accounts under $100, 46.60 4,656 08 

Board of Examiners of Operating Engineers $25,378 17 

MINIMUM WAGE BRANCH 

Salaries ($19,208.80) 

Permanent : 

G. Chambers, 2,550.00; R. M. Costello, 1,000.00; A. W. Crawford, 3,375.00; 
P. Farmer, 2,168.01; M. A. Gallagher, 650.42; M. R. Heakes, 1,200.00; L. W. 
Jinks, 1,150.00; M. E. Martin, 511.04; W. W. McKinlay, 2,850.00; R. Mearns, 
1,219.37; E. W. A. O'Dell, 2,000.00; B. M. Sauriol, 699.96; T. V. Shea, 850.00; 
M. Stephen, 2,000.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re 
Enlistment, 60.00 22,283 80 

Temporary : 

M. P. Holmi 300 00 

Total $22,583 80 

Less: Refund, Dominion Government 3,375 00 



$19,208 80 
Travelling Expenses ($1,372.48) 

G. Chambers, 397.84; P. Farmer, 176.66; W. W. McKinlay, 140.32; E. W. A. O'Dell, 

642.54; M. Stephen, 15.12 1,372 48 

Maintenance ($1,197.02) 

King's Printer, 1,070.18; Accounts under $100, 126.84 1,197 02 

Minimum Wage Branch $21,778 30 



COMPOSITE INSPECTION BRANCH 

Salaries ($72,396.98) 
Permanent : 

R. Albrough, 2,200.00; C. M. Anderson, 1,031.25; W. H. Barrett, 2,133.33; W 
Burns, 2,200.00; D. N. Campbell, 1,900.00; M. C. Campbell, 850.00; W. J. 
Cheevers, 1,833.33; T. H. Donnelly, 1,900.00; D. M. Douglas, 1,833.33; F. W. 
Ehmke, 1,683.33; G. L. Fenwick, 234.94; M. Ferguson, 1,500.00; W. C. Ferris 
1,900.00; N. B. Garden, 1,533.33; M. Generaich, 925.00; G. G. Halcrow, 1,900.00 
I. Hall, 925.00; H. T. Kelleher, 1,000.00; J. M. Kelly, 2,400.00; O. J. Kerr 
2,000.00; J. A. Larocque, 1,833.33; L. Longthorne, 1,200.00; D. Marriott, 1,200.00 
J. F. McAvoy, 1,833.33; M. M. McLaughlin, 950.00; B. Mills, 261.29; F. Mills 
2,033.33; C. E. Needham, 2,133.33; J. R. Prain, 3,100.00; K. E. Reesor, 1,433.33 
D. Scott, 1,933.33; E. Scott, 1,600.00; R. J. Shannon, 1,833.33; E. Sharp, 1,500.00 
H. Stanley, 1,900.00; J. F. Stewart, 1,833.33; M. H. Switzer, 1,600.00; A. S 
Thomson, 2,033.33; A. E. Turner, 2,000.00; C. K. Watt, 2,033.33; Public Service 
Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 80.00 

Temporary: 

C. G. K. Cashore, 1,833.32; F. W. Ehmke, 150.00; G. O. Kelly, 697.50; M. H. 
Kerr, 2,033.28; A. J. McGavin, 1,475.45 



66,207 43 



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Travelling Expenses ($32,251.14) 

Albrough, 917.15; W. H. Barrett, 731.19; W. Burns, 832.87; D. N. Campbell, 
1,621.55; C. G. K. Cashore, 1,011.49; W. J. Cheevers, 1,099.25; T. H. Donnelly, 
922.30; D. M. Douglas, 1,511.08; F. W. Ehmke, 437.69; G. L. Fenwick, 141.06; 
M. Ferguson, 1,026.57; W. C. Ferris, 837.32; N. B. Garden, 566.41; C. G. Gibson, 



H 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Composite Inspection Branch — Continued 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

570.98; G. G. Halcrow, 1,159.30; J. M. Kelly, 1,000.71; M. H. Kerr, 1,037.17; 
O. J. Kerr, 2,283.20; J. A. Larocque, 789.64; J. F. McAvoy, 770.50; A. J. McGavin, 
331.53; F. Mills, 2,350.00; C. E. Needham, 400.98; J. R. Prain, 80.05; K. E. 
Reesor, 732.68; D. Scott, 1,490.06; E. Scott, 213.52; R. J. Shannon, 1,759.61; 
E. Sharp, 67.52; H. Stanley, 492.89; M. H. Switzer, 228.95; A. S. Thomson, 
1,556.56; A. E. Turner, 1,875.15; C. K. Watt, 1,404.21 32,251 14 

Maintenance ($3,238.36) 

City of Windsor, 125.00; Fraser & Company, 336.00; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 157.55; 
King's Printer, 886.05; A. O'Hara, 240.00; Seeley Systems Corporation, Ltd., 

730.00; Wright Lithographing Co., Ltd., 124.80; Telephone, 447.66; accounts 

under $100, 191.30 3,238 36 

Composite Inspection Branch $107,886 48 

WAR EMERGENCY TRAINING ($335,200.34) 
Summary 

Schedule "A" — Apprenticeship Training 8,959 94 

"D" — Farm Labour Recruitment 80 56 

"G" — Aircraft Mechanics 562,674 46 

Gross Expenditure 571,714 96 

Less Refunds: 

Dominion Government Repayments: 

Schedule "B" 38.25 

"D" 2,162 38 

"G" 233,917 33 

236.117 96 






Sale of Materials— Schedule "A" 251 . 36 

Rebate Sales Tax and unexpired Insurance 

—Schedule "D" 127 35 

Rebate of supplies returned — Schedule "G" 17 95 



396 66 

236.514 62 



Net Expenditure 335,200 34 

Details of Expenditure 

Schedule "A" — Apprenticeship Training: 

Trainees' Allowances 4,660 00 

Trainees' Transportation 231 90 

Instructors' Salaries 2,326 30 

Supervisors' Travelling Expenses 49 31 

Advisory Committee Building Trades Per Diem Allowances 400 00 

Advisory Committee Travelling Expenses 75 00 

Materials and Supplies 1,217 43 

8,959 94 

Trainees, allowances, 4,660.00; Trainees, transportation, 231.90; Instructors, 
salaries, 2,326.30; Supervisors, travelling expenses, 49.31; Advisory Committee 
Building Trades, per diem allowances, 400.00; Advisory Committee Building 
Trades, travelling expenses, 75.00; Chadwick Electric Company, Ltd., 299.15; 
Hudson Plumbing Supplies, Ltd., 194.56; Simpson Planing Mills Company, Ltd., 
253.70; Toronto Brick Company, Ltd., 153.20; Accounts under $100, 316.82 8,959 94 

Schedule "D" — Farm Labour Recruitment: 

Placement Officers' Travelling Expenses 3 03 

Trainees' Transportation 14 . 70 

Materials and Supplies 62 . 83 

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War Emergency Training — Continued 

Schedule "D" — Farm Labour Recruitment — Continued 

Placement Officers, travelling expenses, 3.03; Trainees, transportation, 14.70; 

Accounts under $100, 62.83 

Schedule "G" — Aircraft Mechanics: 

Trainees' Allowances 126,504 95 

Trainees' Travelling Expenses 2,949 67 

Instructors' and Office Salaries 235,179 28 

Instructors' and Placement Officers' Travelling Expenses 2,723 25 

Materials, Supplies and Miscellaneous 195,317 31 

562,674 46 



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Trainees, allowances, 126,504.95; Trainees, travelling expenses, 2,949.67; In- 
structors' and Office Salaries, 235,179.28; Instructors and Placement Officers, 

travelling expenses, 2,723.25; Aitken & Son, 102.40; Ajax Distributing Co., 

Ltd., 787.63; Berry Bros., Inc., 121.57; Brantford Stationers, Ltd., 498.84; Canada 
Machinery Corporation, Ltd., 16,229.75; Canada Sand Papers, Ltd., 115.50; 
Canadian Germicide Co., Ltd., 448.93; Canadian Legion of the British Empire 
Service League, 350.00; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 104.64; 
Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 330.14; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 
136.71; Carlton Buildings, Ltd., 2,665.00; Carswell Hardware, 100.35; Dominion 
Oxygen Co., Ltd., 145.88; Eastern Steel Products, Ltd., 239.85; Fraser 
Hardware Co., Ltd., 2,250.45; Gait Board of Education, 1,839.68; Gore 
District Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 321.59; P. W. Gardiner & Son, Ltd., 
352.53; Grieve Robinson Co., 159.80; Hammond's Plumbing Shop, 252.84; 
Hannan Varnish Co., Ltd., 243.35; Hewitt Metals Corporation, Ltd., 119.85; 
Hollinger Hardware, 518.94; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 167.09; J. C. Jaimet & Co., Ltd., 
203.04; King's Printer, 774.62; Leavens Brothers Air Services, Ltd., 257.86; 
W. L. MacKenzie, 1,887.97; Mills Hardware Co., Ltd., 143.03; Morrow Screw 
and Nut Co., Ltd., 190.80; Muir Coal Co., 1,615.03; National Sanitary Supply 
Co., 13,168.00; Ontario Office Outfitters, Ltd., 639.15; Partners' Products Co., 
202.50; Public Utilities Commission, Gait, 5,358.12; W. I. Reid Co., 919.75; 
H. E. Robinson, 100.00; Sheldon's, Ltd., 115.88; H. Spring & Sons, 167.15; Tait 
& Kitchen, 159.97; G. H. Thomas & Son, Ltd., 345.76; Thomas Auto Supply, 
337.56; Wall Chemicals Canadian Corporation, Ltd., 123.13; Weber Hardware 
Co., Ltd., 208.40; J. C. Whitla, 874.00; Wholesale Radio Co., Ltd., 104.32; 

Wood, Alexander & James, Ltd., 263.79; r artage, express and freight, 

388.76; telephone, 869.31; postage, 205.00; accounts under $100, 

2,638.30 

Add: Amount transferred from Main Office, Maintenance, (see 
page H 6), 720.00; Unemployment Insurance Stamps, (see 
page H 7), 366.48; Deoartment of Education, Schedule "G" 
(see page C 36), 133,366.32 134,452 



428.221 66 



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Total $571,714 

Less: Refunds (see page H 10) 236,514 



562,674 46 



War Emergency Training $335,200 34 



STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($8,*>00.00) 



Hon. Peter Heenan, 



8,000 00 



SPECIAL WARRANT 

Compassionate Allowance to Widow of the late Dr. W. D. Smith, Commissioner 
of the Workmen's Compensation Board ($2,500.00) 

Mrs. Dorothy Smith 



2,500 00 



Total Expenditure, Department of Labour $641,522 37 



PART I 



DEPARTMENT 

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FISCAL YEAR, 1942-43 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 
Main Office: page 

Salaries, Travelling Expenses, Maintenance, etc 7 

Field Services: 

Land and Recreational Areas Branch 8 

Surveys Branch 9 

General Offices: 

Forest Protection Branch 10 

Timber Management Branch 10 

Field Operations: 

Forest Protection and Timber Management Branches Basic Organization 11, 12, 13 

Extra Fire Fighting 12, 13 

Scaling 12, 13 

Rondeau Provincial Park 15 

Ipperwash Beach Provincial Park 15 

Clearing Townsites and Removal of Fire Hazards 16 

Forest Research Branch 16 

Air Service Branch 16 

Reforestation and Conservation Branch: 

General Office, Salaries 17 

Field Operations 17 

Capital Payments: 

Surveys Branch 18 

Law Branch 19 

Statutory 19 

Special Warrants 19 



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DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

Hon. N. O. Hipel, Minister (Statutory, see page I 19; 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($92,626.73) 
Permanent : 

F. A. MacDougall Deputy Minister 5,833 33 

Minister's Office: 

E. Harrison, 733.33; M. L. Thornton, 650.00 1,383 33 

Deputy Minister's Office: 

M. C. Armitage, 1,241.67; H. Hayes, 1,241.67 2,483 34 

Operation and Personnel Branch: 

M. F. Angood, 325.00; R. N. Black, 1,766.67; F. M. Bray, 512.50; M. W. 
Craddock, 600.00; A. J. Doerr, 358.06; A. R. Fenwick, 2,266.67; E. M. 
Fleming, 400.00; R. E. Y. Gibbons, 300.00; E. G. Halliday, 991.70; G. W. 
Harris, 2,066.67; G. Harris, 1,700.00; E. Harrison, 1,200.00; J. P. Kelly, 
1,000.00; J. I. King, 807.72; E. A. Lockwood, 724.99; A. W. Love, 525.00; 

B. W. Madigan, 230.42; E. McFarland, 375.00; M. E. Rawlinson, 325.00; 
P. O. Rhynas, 4,000.00; E. F. Rooney, 325.00; J. D. Ross, 833.33; F. Samuels, 
2,100.00; E. J. Sheridan, 1,300.00; M. I. Skinner, 400.00; G. E.'M. Stork, 
1,300.00; J. B. Thompson, 3,316.67; M. E. Turner, 1,050.00; R. S. Young, . 
1,133.33 32,233 73 

Accounts Branch: 

M. N. Adams, 1,100.00; J. Bald, 1,500.00; J. Bryson, 9.44; C. J. Clarke, 
2,800.00; R. L. Clarke, 900.00; E. W. Cooper, 1,966.67; M. M. Craddock, 
1,200.00; E. L. Davis, 650.00; L. G. Donald, 1,766.67; H. M. Gooderham, 
300.00; E. G. Hallidav, 708.30; G. J. Hinton, 1,933.33; K. M. G. Killoran, 
875.00; E. J. Logie, "275.00; S. Madill, 1,366.67; R. G. McFaul, 275.00; 
J. G. McMillen, 3,333.33; S. D. Meeking, 2,300.00; T. A. Meredith, 1,200.00; S. 
Mulholland, 1,833.33; C. E. Noble, 608.32; M. J. Peppiatt, 1,241.67; E. P. 
Riches, 1,200.00; N. L. Rogers, 2,200.00; G. A. Saunders, 533.33; J. M. 
Slattery, 800.00; H. A. Storey, 275.00; H. M. Webster, 400.00; M. M. Wilson, 
1,021.95 34,573 01 

Law Branch: 

J. B. Metzler, 3,041.62; V. M. Molesworth, 1,433.33 4,474 95 

Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments 148 01 

Temporary: 

Operation and Personnel Branch: 

J. W. Barron, 250.00; F. M. Bray, 297.92; D. H. Cochran, 400.00; M. W. 
Craddock, 250.00; R. E. Y. Gibbons, 550.00; V. E. Laurie, 487.50; E. J. 
Logie, 203.63; A. W. Love, 300.00; E. McFarland, 163.71; R. G. McFaul, 
250.00; V. E. Metzler, 162.50; E. F. Rooney, 140.32; J. D. Ross, 300.00; 
M. I. Skinner, 347.78; D. J. Watson, 225.00 4,328 36 

Accounts Branch: 

V. C. Barker, 251.21; J. Brvson, 237.31; P. E. Duggan, 752.67; A. L. Heenan, 
298.79; D. N. Lamont, 187.92; R. R. MacBean, 648.87; R. G. McFaul, 187.50; 

C. M. O'Gorman, 975.00; D. E. Patterson, 975.00; G. A. Saunders, 133.33; 

H. A. Storey, 500.00; H. M. Webster, 270.00 5,417 60 

Law Branch: 

F. J. Sullivan 1,751 07 

Travelling Expenses ($3,438 90) 

Hon. N. O. Hipel, 900.00; arrears, 1941-1942, 700.00; A. R. Fenwick, 155.57; B. P. 
Foster, 1.15; G. J. Hinton, 37.65; J. G. McMillen, 98.78; F. A. MacDougall, 
804.08; J. B. Metzler, 274.76; P. O. Rhynas, 466.91 3,438 90 



r8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Continued 

Maintenance and Operating ($45,792.50) 

Acousticon Dictograph Company, Canada, Ltd., 394.01; Addressograph-Multi- 
graph, Canada, Ltd., 1,416.15; T. Bruce, 100.49; Canadian General Electric 
Co., Ltd., 2,982.15; Canadian Geographic Society, 790.40; Canadian Office & 
School Furniture, Ltd., 393.03; Department of Highways, 485.47; T. Eaton 
Co., Ltd., 219.12; A. S. Hustwitt, 632.50; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 2,983.70; King's 
Printer, 27,241.66; D. V. Klein & Co., 282.45; National Cash Register Com- 
pany of Canada, Ltd., 1,080.47; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
706.90; Ontario Typewriter Co., 581.66; Remington Rand, Ltd., 1,248.96; 
Sundry Newspapers, advertising, 1,715.88; Sundry Persons, meals re overtime, 

683.76; Newspapers and periodicals, 85.28; telegrams, 453.35; telephone, 

829.91 ; accounts under $100, 485.20 45,792 50 

Moving Expenses of Officials ($477.07) 

R. S. Carman, 95.95; H. W. Crosbie, 165.37; L. Hawkins, 50.00; A. P. Leslie, 16.80; 

C. E. Lloyd, 139.75; Cartage, 9.20 477 07 

Compensation, Medical, Hospital and Other Accounts for Workmen Injured in 
Government Work as Awarded by the Workmen's Compensation Board 
including Proportion of Administration Expenses ($14,581.84) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 14,581 84 

Timber Trade Extension and Investigation ($350.00) 

W. H. Hamilton, services 350 00 

Rewards ($100.00) 

Sundry Persons 100 00 

Cost of Living Bonus ($113,389.46) 

Sundry Employees 1 13,389 46 

Main Office $270,756 50 

field services 

Land and Recreational Areas Branch 

Salaries ($26,180.89) 
Permanent: 

A. E. Beach, 533.36; H. M. Campbell, 1,233.33; A. R. Carey, 1,766.67; B. M. 
Cowan, 281.25; H. W. Crosbie, 3,800.00; S. Draper, 2,700.00; E. F. Eaton, 
1,400.00; A. Ferguson, 2,700.00; B. P. Foster, 1,400.00; F. L. Griffith, 1,300.00; 
J. R. Hutcheon, 1,866.67; E. F. O'Neill, 849.96; A. V. Pepler, 1,300.00; S. Ross, 
1,700.00; F. E. Stewart, 1,300.00; B. M. Wallace, 818.75 24,949 99 

Temporary: 

M. M. Carroll, 1,050.00; F. Kitto, 180.90 1,230 90 

Travelling Expenses ($1,085.49) 

A. E. Beach, 23.35; A. R. Carey, 88.82; A. Crealock, 68.16; H. W. Crosbie, 591.53; 
S. Draper, 73.91; A. Ferguson, 115.95; J. Hutcheon, 49.56; J. B. Metzler, 32.92; 
F. J. Sullivan, 41.29 1,085 49 

Maintenance and Operating ($3,646.33) 

King's Printer, 2,563.79; Long Point Park Commission, 621.51; Sundry Local 

Masters of Titles, registration fees, 112.35; Telephone, 64.54; accounts 

under $100, 284.14 3,646 33 

Annuities and Bonuses to Indians under Treaty No. 9 ($22,316.00) 

Department of Mines and Resources, Ottawa 22,316 00 

Land and Recreational Areas Branch $53,228 71 






1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS I_9 

Surveys Branch 

Salaries ($47,758.24) 
Permanent: 

C. H. Fullerton Surveyor-General and Chief of Surveys Branch 4,650 00 

W. A. C. Barnard, 2,566.67; F. L. Barr, 2,266.67; J. M. Bishop, 2,200.00; N. A. 
Burwash, 2,900.00; W. E. Carroll, 1,700.00; N. L. Chard, 700.00; A. S. Crawford, 
1,050.00; A. C. Crombie, 1,075.00; R. A. Campbell, 1,125.00; F. T. Garnham, 
2,168.34; W. R. Grinnell, 566.67; I. M. Hatley, 81.25; W. H. Heath, 2,950.00; 
R. N. Johnston, 3,400.00; W. H. Kearns, 2,261.66; C. F. Liddle, 325.00; A. W. 
Love, 200.00; A. I. Mulholland, 275.00; M. B. Pugh, 1,400.00; M. E. Rawlinson, 
700.00; J. R. G. Smyth, 1,710.56; W. Vance, 1,050.00; W. F. Weaver, 2,866.67; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 70.00 40,258 49 

Temporary: 

A. S. Crawford, 1,050.00; W. R. Grinnell, 1,035.53; F. Kitto, 321.60; D. M. 
Lines, 430.64; L. J. McConnell, 537.50; J. L. Morris, 1,216.64; A. I. Mulholland, 
437.50; W. G. Pinel, 1,200.00; W. Vance, 1,050.00; G. Wyllie, 220.34 7,499 75 

Grant — Board of Surveyors ($200.00) 
Association of Ontario Land Surveyors 200 00 

Aerial Surveys, Salaries, Maintenance, Operating, etc. ($3,215.64) 

Art Metropole, 117.55; Austin Airways, Ltd., 18,238.75; Canadian General Electric 
Co., Ltd., 263.95; W. A. Carveth & Co., 269.50; Department of Highways, 
241.80; Department of National Defence, Ottawa, 271.32; Eastman Photo- 
graphic Stores, Ltd., 7,792.31; F. T. Garnham, 435.23; W. R. Grinnell, 244.66; 
Instruments, Ltd., 368.20; R. N. Johnston, 314.55; W. H. Kearns, 786.95; 
King's Printer, 1,030.89; Phillips & Benner, 1,718.30; Photostat Corpora- 
tion, 370.31; G. Rathbone Lumber Co., Ltd., 166.00; T. Rooney, 139.10; Max 
Scheerle, 140.00; J. R. G. Smyth, 259.34;— Express and freight, 113.16; 
accounts under $100, 636.42 33,918 29 

Less Refund, proportion of Cost of Surveys, 

Abitibi Power & Paper Co 9,042 75 

Department of Highways 16,178 40 

Ontario Minnesota Pulp & Paper Co 3,690 00 

Patten Logging Co 162 00 

Quebec North Shore Paper Co 1,629 50 

30,702 65 



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Ground Surveys, Miscellaneous Expenses ($19,730.95) 

Surveys: 

Algoma: 

Townships of Scarf e and Patton, Renewing Original Monuments — J. S. Dobie 1,658 32 

Cochrane: 

Township of Pinard, Road Traverse — A. Gillies. 127 30 

Kenora: 

Lake of the Woods, Control Traverse— Phillips & Benner 2,500 00 

Manitoulin and Sudbury: 

Townships of Carlyle, Humboldt, Goschen and Kilpatrick, Traverse of Islands 

in Lakes Carlyle, Johnnie, Tyson and Humboldt, etc. — J. S. Dobie 1,723 25 

Nipissing: 

Township of Strathcona, Boathouse Sites — E. L. Moore. . 256 00 

Parry Sound: 

Township of Harrison, Summer Resort Locations, etc. — J. T. Coltham 879 00 



I 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No^ 

Surveys Branch — Continued 

Ground Surveys, etc. — Continued 
Surveys — Continued 
Peterborough : 

Township of Anstruther, Retracement of Certain Lines — J. W. Pierce 396 50 

Renfrew: 

Townships of Rolph, Head and Maria, Retracement of Certain Lines — E. L. 

Moore 2,409 35 

Township of Burns, Retracement of Certain Lines, etc. — F. W. Beatty 489 00 

Thunder Bay: 

Nipigon Provincial Forest, Control Traverse — R. S. Kirkup 585 13 

Lake Nipigon-Superior Area, Investigation and Report re Timber Driving 

G. L. Lamothe 1,581 71 

Thunder Bay and Algoma: 

Shabotik River Area, Control Traverse of Certain Waterways — E. M. 

MacQuarrie 497 00 

Miscellaneous: 

R. A. Campbell, travelling expenses, 153.21; Department of Highways, 880.11; 
Department of Mines and Resources, Ottawa, 230.73; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 
147.30; King's Printer, 591.60; Miller Lithographic Co., Ltd., 1,737.96; Mortimer 
Ltd., 199.78; Pay List, wages of men, 1,806.00; C. Tarling Co., 110.45; W. F. 

Weaver, travelling expenses, 116.76; Telegrams, 42.83; accounts under $100, 

611.66 6,628 39 

Surveys Branch $70,904 83 

General Offices 
Forest Protection Branch 

Salaries ($6,898.52) 
Permanent: 

M. F. Angood, 750.00; E. L. Davis, 300.00; R. S. McCormack, 1,266.67; M. E. 
Overend, 1,200.00; C. E. Westland, 2,566.67; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 292.00 6,375 34 

Temporary: 

J. I. King, 123.19; R. S. McCormack, 399.99 523 18 

Travelling Expenses ($884.60) 

J. A. Brodie, 268.09; A. R. Fenwick, 144.05; R. N. Johnston, 62.01; W. H. Kearns, 
9.12; C E. Lloyd, 156.40; J. N. Olson, 158.48; F. J. Sullivan, 33.30; W. W. 
Tweed, 53.15 884 60 

Maintenance ($1,883.39) 

King's Printer, 837.71; Oil Controller for Canada, 134.00; Remington Rand, Ltd., 

354.06; A. Staples, 100.00; Accounts under $100, 457.62 1,883 39 

Forest Protection Branch $9,666 51 

Timber Management Branch 

Salaries ($24,153.71) 
Permanent: 

E. C. Armer, 1,500.00; J. J. Bryce, 1,500.00; A. M. Doyle, 1,050.00; J. I. Fer- 
guson, 1,350.81; H. D. Gillard, 1,076.32; E. E. Grainger, 3,600.00; O. C. Jen- 
nette, 1,750.00; W. Judd, 1,400.00; J. T. Lee, 2,233.33; E. F. Quigley, 1,733.33; 
T. J. F. Sharpe, 4,000.00; E. H. Telfer, 2,366.67 23,560 46 

Temporary: 

D. S. Bruce, 262.50; W. R. Eccles, 99.75; F. L. Hall, 10.50; M. D. Kirk, 21.00; 

R. E. Mullin, 199.50 593 25 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS I 11 

Timber Management Branch — Continued 

Travelling Expenses ($2,528.12) 

E. E. Grainger, 323.14; F. L. Hall, 46.10; O. C. Jennette, 875.72; M. Kirk, 46.25; 
F. A. MacDougall, 203.69; J. B. Metzler, 147.70; J. D. Pennock, 267.37; T. J. 
F. Sharpe, 413.13; F. J. Sullivan, 181.37; J. B. Thompson, 23.65 2,528 12 

Maintenance ($2,469.37) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., 197.70; King's Printer, 1,438.08; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 

120.00; Lufkin Rule Company of Canada, Ltd., 329.40; Freight, 30.89; 

telephone, 82.27; accounts under $100, 271.03 2,469 37 

Timber Management Branch $29,151 20 

General Offices $38,817 71 



Field Operations 
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Forest Protection and Timber Management Branches 
Basic Organization 

Salaries ($930,919.85) 
Permanent: 

K. Acheson, 2,612.50; W. A. Adair, 1,800.00; P. Addison, 950.00; R. Alcock, 
1,266.67; J. A. Alexander, 1,066.67; B.Amm, 1,266.67; H. S. Anderson, 1,266.67; 
M. V. B. Ardenne, 2,300.00; F. M. Baker, 1,200.00; A. E. Beach, 466.64; F. 
Belmore, 1,133.33; A. Blair, 1,400.00; A. C. Bouchey, 1,866.67; J. B. Boyle, 
933.33; J. R. Boyle, 1,433.33; N. J. Bowers, 1,100.00; V. E. Bragg, 283.32; 
T. Bruce, 1,400.00; J. Burchat, 800.00; J. H. Caldwell, 2,000.00; J. H. Clavelle, 
1,266.67; A. R. Cleavely, 2,000.00; S. J. Clement, 1,066.67; W. D. Cram, 3,350.00; 
A. Crealock, 1,200.00; R. J. Curley, 866.67; J. C. Dillon, 1,600.00; A. J. Dunne, 
1,066.67; A. L. Dunne, 1,200.00; R. Edwards, 1,200.00; W. Elliott, 2,200.00; 
J. J. Fink, 2,200.00; U. W. Fisker, 2,850.00; J. A. Foster, 1,266.67; M. J. Frawley, 
975.00; L. M. Frayn, 325.00; H. H. Freedman, 825.79; E. Gardiner, 566.67; 
P. J. Gervais, 1,266.67; W. E. Gimby, 1,933.33; A. Gingras, 700.00; J. Goodier, 
774.19; A. Grant, 1,200.00; A. Grasser, 995.00; H. W. Green, 950.00; N. M. 
Guidotti, 17.50; T. Hall, 933.33; R. Halliday, 200.00; H. Hanes, 100.00; L. 
Hawkins, 1,200.00; W. J. Hawley, 1,133.33; C. T Henderson, 933.33; E. Hines, 
933.33; P. Hoffman, 1,400.00; W. N. Hogan, 1,133.33; G. A. Holmberg, \,333.33; 
J. M. Horn, 2,000.00; J. A. Hough, 1,400.00; VV. Hough, 1,400.00; J. A. Huppe, 
1,133.33; A. Hurd, 2,366.67; R. S. Hvslop, 1,200.00; A. W. Jackson, 850.00; 
H. M. Jackson, 850.00; W. H. Jarvis, 1,066.67; T. F. Kavanagh, 500.00; H. E. 
Kedey, 1,200.00; F. J. Kellv, 600.00; D. J. Kennedy, 2,000.00; T. J. Kennedy, 
2,200.00; A. King, 933.33;'j. P. L'Abbe, 2,200.00; R. Lafreniere, 933.33; J. 
Lalonde, 933.33; W. A. Land, 1,133.33; L. Landriault, 1,133.33; M. Launder, 
650.00; H. M. Legris, 1,866.67; J. P. Legris, 500.00; A. W. Leman, 2,300.00; 
A. P. Leslie, 1,350.00; R. M. Literovich, 825.00; C. E. Lloyd, 2,200.00; C. Mackey, 
1,400.00; T. E. Mackev, 3,350.00; J. P. Marchildon, 2,850.00; J. B. Matthews, 
1,500.00; VV. A. McComber, 1,133.33; J. R. McDonell, 1,874.97; P. McEwen, 
3,400.00; T. N. McGown, 1,866.67; C. C. Mclnnes, 1,900.00; D. C. Mclnnis, 
2,200.00; J. P. McKee, 2,400.00; C. H. McKinnon, 1,000.00; T. McLeish, 933.33; 
R. K. McLeod, 243.75; M. J. McManus, 1,600.00; D. J. McMeekin, 1,200.00; 
M. E. McNulty, 1,000.00; H. Michiel, 1,133.33; W. A. Mooney, 1,161.66; J. E. 
Morin, 1,266.67; M. D. Mulvihill, 933.33; G. J. M. Munro, 1,133.33; T. J. 
Murphy, 600.00; Z. A. Nadon, 1,200.00; M. Newell, 1,200.00; S. V. O'Connell, 
1,066.67; W. P. O'Donnell, 1,133.33; J. H. Olson, 1,666.67; F. R. Parmeter, 
2,133.33: E. E. Potter, 1.537.50; P. Ranger, 1,200.00; L. Rawn, 1,583.33; J. L. 
Regan, 2,500.00; C. R. Richardson, 2,133.33; E. Riopel, 866.67; F. X. Robi- 
chaud, 900.00; VV. J. Robinson, 2,300.00; F. E. Rowe, 2,200.00; J. Rowlandson, 
2,500.00; P. A. Ruddy, 433.33; J. Ruxton, 2,200.00; M. Sauerbrei, 1,400.00; 
J. Scalzo, 1,133.33; A. Shaw, 733.33; R. E. Simpson, 1,000.00; J. L. Skillen, 
1,566.67; D. H. Smith, 2,850.00; .L. G.Smith, 1,800.00; R. D. L. Snow, 2,850.00; 
S. D. Spence, 1,866.67; C. A. Stanbury, 1,133.33; J. H. Strain, 1,866.67; D. 
Stringer, 1,200.00; J. Tait, 1,066.67; R. Taylor, 1,333.33; VV. S. Taylor, 1,066.67; 
N. Terrell, 600.00; F. Thib, 1,133.33; T. Thorpe, 2,633.33; T. G. Towne, 900.00; 
T. Tremblay, 1,600.00; L. J. Turner, 800.00; T. A. Turner, 800.00; J. K. Valley, 



I 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No 1 

Forest Protection and Timber Management Branches 
Basic Organization — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 
Permanent — Continued 

800.00; L. E. VanHorn, 1,900.00; J. S. Walker, 1,333.33; J. I. Walsh, 1,200.00; 
E. L. Ward, 2,850.00; J. M. Whalen, 1,600 00; B. Wilson. 1,266.67; M. Wilson, 
1,000.00; S. H. Wilson, 1,400.00; V. L. Wilson, 1,133.33; M. P. Young, 1,025.00; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 750.00. . . . 217,859 46 

Temporary : 

Foresters, Assistant Foresters, Rangers, etc 713,457 97 

Total $931,317 43 

Less: Refunds, loan of personnel: 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co $ 45 50 

Pulpwood Supply Co 352 08 

397 58 



$930,919 85 
Extra Fire Fighting 

Salaries ($78,500.15) 
Temporary: 

Pay List, wages of men 78,500 15 

Scaling 

Salaries ($175,292.12) 
Temporary: 

Pay List, wages of men 175,292 12 

Travelling Expenses 

Forest Protection and Timber Management Basic Organization $66,072.93 

Extra Fire Fighting 4,170.46 

Scaling 14,213.65 

$84,457.04 

K. Acheson, 1,042.02; W. A. Adair, 299.36; W. W. Adams, 188.90; P. Addison, 
344.40; R. Alcock, 152.60; J. Alexander, 109.35; H. S. Anderson, 452.35; T. J. 
Anderson, 187.50; M. Ardenne, 366.00; W. L. Behan, 178.16; F. Belmore, 201.00; 
L. Berlinquette, 149.70; A. Blair, 238.56; E. A. Boice, 280.15; A. C. Bouchey, 
147.05; R. G. Bowes, 107.50; B. Boyle, 505.52; G. Boyle, 245.08; M. J. Brough, 
111.30; T. Bruce, 166.30; M. Butler, 106.55; J. H. Caldwell, 548.38; G. Camp- 
bell, 107.46; Canadian Airways, Ltd., 1,181.63; T. E. Cassidy, 1,042.93; A. C. 
Castonquay, 379.90; W. R. Clarke, 155.10; J. H. Clavelle, 381.27; S. J. Clement, 
183.16; W. Cobourne, 231.65; J. W. Colley, 438.42; M. P. Coulas, 155.80; W. D. 
Cram, 1,447.26; A. Crealock, 455.29; S. Crockatt, 243.25; H. W. Crosbie, 496.27; 
G. L. Croutch, 104.25; R. J. Curley, 169.57; C. L. Davis, 405.75; T. E. De- 
saulniers, 122.40; J. C. Dillon, 239.60; D. Duncan, 272.00; .A. J. Dunne, 939.56; 
A. L. Dunne, 715.88; G. S. Eady, 390.10; H. Elkington, 110.00; W. Elliot, 
176.55; W. H. Fayle, 140.12; T, A. Fenton, 166.05; L. F. Fex, 193.65; U. W. 
Fiskar, 399.43; F. L. Fleming, 125.45; J. A. Foster, 237.45; N. Garnett, 187.70; 
J. A. Gill, 109.95; W. E. Gimby, 860.45; H. J. Goode, 129.75; J. P. Gorman, 
112.80; H. W. Green, 714.32; N. R. Green, 473.95; J. Guenette, 221.20; O. 
Guenette, 121.20; T. Guerard, 275.45; E. Guertin, 222.85; H. D. Hammond, 
260.40; G. J. Hass, 671.38; W. H. Hawkins, 154.00; W. J. Hawley, 159.65; Q. 
Hess, 143.60; P. Hoffman, 288.92; A. D. Hood, 757.93; J. F. Home, 278.65; 
W. Hough, 251.45; A. Hurd, 713.43; C. Hurd, 630.96; B. Huston, 141.80; R. S. 
Hyslop, 798.96; S. T. Jackson, 171.09; J. Jarvis, 372.40; H. A. Johnson, 118.00; 
G. V. Jones, 266.65; H. E. Kedey, 361.64; R. H. Keenan, 165.30; D. J. Kennedy, 
692.35; T. J. Kennedy, 570.75; A. G. Killock, 120.60; L. Landriauld, 138.50; 
J. Latrielle, 131.35; H. M. Legris, 1,058.84; A. W. Leman, 199.97; A. P. Leslie, 
873.87; E. A. Lewis, 184.15; B. Love, 1,236.52; C. E. Lucas, 190.65; S. Lynch, 
115.70; A. MacCallum, 137.40; F. A. MacDougall, 112.42; J. A. MacGillivray, 
156.35; T. E. MacKey, 1,323.54; J. P. Marchildon, 1,296.23; J. B. Mathews, 
737.79; W. E. Millar, 140.20; R. Miller, 470.12; H. Molyneaux, 416.65; H. Morel, 
119.00; J. E. Morin, 179.25; G. J. M. Munn, 280.36; J. E. Murray, 198.55; 
J. McCaw, 196.30; E. F. McCormack, 257.35; T. McCormick, 915.20; R. D. 
McDonald, 363.05; J. R. McDonnell, 570.86; J. M. McDougall, 320.35; P. 
McEwen, 1,159.15; T. N. McGown, 202.17; C. Mclnnis, 125.35; D. C. Mclnnis, 
654.22; J. W. McKay, 215.64; J. P. McKee, 100.62; N. E. McNulty, 145.85; 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS I_J3 

Forest Protection and Timber Management Branches 
Basic Organization — Continued 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

T. P. McNulty, 178.82; N. C. McVittie, 687.62; D. Naysmith, 144.18; L. Oben, 
158.55; J. O'Driscoll, 105.30; Ontario Provincial Police (Sundry Persons), 135.14; 
J. A. Park, 638.46; J. D. Pennock, 1,026.70; H. J. Poupore, 134.80; J. W. Retty, 
295.50; C. R. Richardson, 941.18; R. Ridley, 494.50; P. J. Rivet, 589.67; W. J. 
Robinson, 476.23; J. Rorke, 121.95; P. E. Ruddy, 392.05; S. O. Russell, 150.00; 
J. Ruxton, 1,240.55; F. G. Saunders, 698.07; M. Sauerbrei, 215.38; J. Scalzo, 
148.22; J. S. M. Sewell, 278.82; A. Shaw, 451.78; J. L. Skillen, 305.13; D. H. 
Smith, 659.00; L. G. Smith, 617.40; R. D. L. Snow, 777.56; S. D. Spence, 859.74; 
C. A. Stanbury, 121.05; W. J. Stinson, 137.75; J. H. Strain, 990.25; J. M. Taylor, 
521.65; T. Thorpe, 107.95; L. Turcotte, 115.60; N. P. Valade, 100.55; N. Vander- 
burgh, 935.18; L. E. Van Horn, 576.24; J. S. Walker, 627.89; J. I. Walsh, 1,034.49; 
E. L. Ward, 1,905.50; O. K. Welsh, 191.60; J. M. Whalen, 858.39; F. W. Widdi- 
field, 371.84; B. Wilson, 300.90; S. H. Wilson, 388.22; R. Woodall, 268.30; 

T. Woodside, 126.80; W. Woodward, 123.20; W. D. Young, 124.55; Sundry 

persons, accounts under $100, 17,228.86 84,457 04 

Maintenance and Operating 

Forest Protection and Timber Management Basic Organization .... $420,054.40 

Extra Fire Fighting 65,948.20 

Scaling 2,002.69 

$488,005.29 

Abitibi Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 173.06 ; Acme Laundry, 596.78; Aikenhead 
Hardware, 319.58; Albert Bros., 687.18; Algoma Central & Hudson Bay Railway 
Co., 2,321.25; Algonquin Park Telephone System, 291.20; W. Armitage, 197.87; 
Armours Motor Supply, 537.87; The Art Metropole, 349.76; Associated Screen 
News, Ltd., 110.00; Atlas Engineering & Machine Co., 526.24; C. A. Auld Supply 
Co., 1,485.21; Austin Lumber (Dalton), Ltd., 184.55; Austin Airways, Ltd., 
947.32; Auto Salvage, 141.85; J. Avery, 132.00; Municipalities of Bagot and 
Blythfield, 200.00; C. A. Bailey, 291.37; Ball Motors, 691.26; Bannon Bros., 
Ltd., 103.71; E. W. Banting, 100.00; G. M. Barr, 117.69; Barry's Bay Lumber 
Co., 275.89; W. Barton, 192.00; Bauer & Black, Ltd., 132.30; Nellie Bazink, 663.38; 
Beatty Bros., Ltd., 217.72; Estate Walter Beatty, 438.84; Wm. Beatty Co., 
548.31; Beaver Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,603.49; H. H. Bell, 433.80; Bell Telephone 
Co., 4,288.37; Bennett Equipment & Supply, 2,131.16; Bergman & Nelson, 
Ltd., 1,755.05; Binkley Motors, 1,227.58; M. J. Blakely, 772.40; J. Bois, 313.77; 
P. J. Bordowitz, 349.88; Boston Motors, Ltd., 264.07; H. H. Bourgeault, 137.77; 
N. Bracci, 137.25; H. Brandram, 173.24; F. Y. W. Brathwaite, 784.53; L. Braun, 
452.95; L. Brazeau, 115.00; A. Breton, 100.00; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 
2,478.53; The Brooks Oil Co., 847.78; F. L. Buchanan, Ltd., 626.06; Burgess 
Battery Co., 2,454.20; Canadian Airways, Ltd., 463.49; Canadian Department 
Stores, 226.29; Canadian Fairbanks- Morse Co., Ltd., 3,846.65; Canadian 
Forestry Association, 397.50; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 270.75; Canadian 
Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., 3,144.56; Canadian National Railways, 10.445.28; Cana- 
dian Oil Companies, Ltd., 9,928.29; Canadian Pacific Railway, 3,076.54; Canadian 
Telephone & Supplies, 162.90; Central Patricia Gold Mines, 793.47; Chapeskie 
Lumber Co., 188.26; Chappies, Ltd., 581.69; J. A. Chenier, 152.00; L. F. Chenier, 
137.05; Chapleau Meat & Grocery, 870.22; City Laundry of North Bay, 170.76; 
Cochrane- Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 5,482.45; Cochrane Machine Works, 247.68; 
Cochrane Public Utilities, 807.35; Cochrane Sash & Door, 779.75; Cockburn 
& Archer, 2,204.86; Colling Tire Shop, 552.61; W. O. Collins, 248.95; Consolidated 
Paper Corporation, 109.40; J. P. Conway, 222.90; Corbin Lock Co., 168.68; 
Cosco's Groceteria, 426.32; H. Coumbs, 504.49; D. Courchesne, 381.07; J. J. 
Cross, 294.64; Crown Diamond Paint, 119.17; A. Daoust, 171.60; Davison's 
Garage, 977.22; Demaine Bros., 325.67; Demick's Garage, 138.61; Department 
of Agriculture, 180.00; Department of Highways, 5,166.52; Department of 
National Revenue, 541.52; J. Deschamplain, 503.00; Dingwall Motors, Ltd., 
111.15; District Hardware Electric, Ltd., 150.20; District Service, Ltd., 3,009.69; 
Dominion Wire Rope & Cable Co., Ltd., 132.30; C. Doyle, 150.00; C. Dumon- 
telle, 152.00; Duncan Brothers, Ltd., 508.34; Durance Motor Sales & Service, 
182.46; Estate John East, 851.39; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 497.87; G. W. Ecclestone, 
Ltd., 397.31; Edware Motor Sales, 175.38; Maud A. Elkington, 150.00; H. B. 
Elliot, 118.65; Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 158.66; Empire Cafe, 
840.00; C. Eskola, 3,500.00; Evans Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,772.57; Fairmont Railway 
Motors, Ltd., 1,117.81; Feldman Timber Co., Ltd., 2,374.96; A. T. Fife & Co., 
1,705.48; Findlays, Ltd., 305.00; F. W. Fischer, 159.46; Foreman Marine Equip- 
ment, Ltd., 193.93; Town of Fort Frances, 254.94; A. Fortier, 131.31; L. Fortier, 



I 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No, 1 

Forest Protection and Timber Management Branches 
Basic Organization — Continued 

Maintenance and Operating — Continued 

170.14; Fortin Brothers, 215.50; Fowler Hardware Co., Ltd., 704.18; Fuller's 
Service Station, 1,351.09; T. J. Gaffey, 168.61; P. Gagnon, 1,500.00; H. Gall, 
225.00; Garage Supply Co., 186.31; Gardner's Garage, 4,753.38; J. J. Gaudaur, 
113.38; General Dry Batteries, 1,159.83; D. Gestetner, Canada, Ltd., 222.75; G. & 
G. Grocers, 151.08; B. Giesler, 180.00; Gibson Motors, 737.07; Gillmor & Noden, 
235.86; Glidden Co., Ltd., 1,556.70; Globelite Batteries, 300.02; Goodman & Co., 
378.01 ; L. Goulard, 346.94; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 227.51 ; H. A. Grant, 225.90; J. L. 
Gravells, 197.39; Greavette Boats, Ltd., 900.00; Greenwood Electric & Hardware, 
733.69; Maud Gregg, 150.00; C. A. Guenette, 1,140.55; Gutta Percha & Rubber 
Ltd., 126.81; Halliday Co., Ltd., 1,011.19; C. H. Ham, 125.55; H. C. Hanson, 
450.19; J. Harju & Sons, 305.88; Haverluck& Koval, 178.49; Hayes Manufactur- 
ing Co., Ltd., 275.00; Hearst Lumber Co., Ltd., 785.94; J. Heikkinen, 109.98; High- 
land Inn, 691.00; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 809.65; S. J. Hill & Sons, 197.04; Hins- 
perger Harness Co., Ltd., 527.37; S. S. Holden, Ltd., 9,501.29; Holme's Grocery, 
246.26; H. L. Hooker, 1,491.68; Hoover Co., Ltd., 104.40; H. S. Howland, Sons & 
Co., Ltd., 247.78; Hudson's Bay Co., 1,360.49; Huntsville Trading Co., 116.11; 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 2,200.98; Ideal Grocery, 263.87; Ideal Service 
Station, 118.94; Imperial Motors, 264.29; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 19,443.10; Imperial 
Varnish & Color Co., Ltd., 126.92; Industrial Farm, Burwash, 8,170.00; Instru- 
ments, Ltd., 229.00; International Harvester Company of Canada, Ltd., 720.03; 
International Paints (Canada), Ltd., 215.91; M. Irvine, 507.75; Isabey's Garage, 
585.24; H. Johnson, 541.44; Johnson Lumber Co., 322.22; Wm. Kallio Hardware 
Co., 1,212.52; Kam Motors, Ltd., 332.52; Town of Kapuskasing, 148.26; Keetch 
Lumber & Supply Co., 1,378.20; Keller's Garage, 149.18; J. Kennedy, 118.12; 
Town of Kenora, 663.48 ; Kermath Manufacturing Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 173.52; King's Printer, 11,00420; I. A. Klamie, 176.48; M. Kovacevic, 
300.00; Laberge Lumber Co., 2,955.70; W. J. Labow, 306.78; J. R. Lacroix, 
150.63; J. L. Lahti, 456.05; E. Lalonde, 115.00; F. La'PaUm, 120.00; Bertha 
Lavogue, 461.21; Ed. Laundry & Son, 190.29; John Leckie, Ltd., 1,499.79; 
Legree Hardware, 218.50; H. M. Legris, 120.00; G. H. Lemke, 667.36; LeSage 
Motor Sales, 195.57; J. H. Leveille, 168.77; H. T. Lloyd, 337.46; Lloyd's Tourist 
Emporium, 139.40; Long Lac Trading Co., Ltd., 110.00; Lowe Bros. Co., Ltd., 
1,775.62; Lukis, Stewart & Co., Ltd., 2,999.87; J. W. Magnus Co., 476.97; F. 
Marotta, 131.51; Marshall Motor Car Co., 327.11; Marshall Wells Co., Ltd., 
375.47; Matthews Garage, 252.38; J. A. Mathieu, Ltd., 1,556.25; Maxwell 
Motor Sales, 505.00; J. McColeman, 1,500.00; McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 
7,563.81; T. E. McCool, Ltd., 2,679.22; K. T. McCuaig, 1,298.98; N. S. Mc- 
Donald, 900.00; McDonald Trading Co., 121.66 K. McDougall, 141.32; J. 
J. McFadden Lumber Co., 583.75; McGill Hardware, 940.64; D. A. McGillis, 
1,297.17; H. McGovern, 100.00; McKenny Service & Garage, 189.79; Mc- 
Kinley Hardware Co., 110.46; McLennan General Store, 128.74; E. H. Mc- 
Leod, 472.62; J. H. Menard, 211.96; Mercier & Shirley, Ltd., 350.80; Metallic 
Roofing Co., Ltd., 623.44; Michipicoten Supply Co., 141.85; H. H. Middleton, 
120.91; T. Migneault, 115.00; Mikes Super Market, 122.57; R. P. Mills, 267.21; 
Wm. Milne & Sons, Ltd., 889.42; Molinski Bros., 700.00; Monarch Battery 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 236.94; Monteagle & Herschel Telephone System, 
124.50; P. Moore, 136.00; W. L. Morrissey, 115.69; W. F. Mullford, 342.01; 
H. L. Mundell, 659.43; Murray Brothers Lumber Co., Ltd., 289.22; J. Murphy 
Coal Co., 1,357.20; C. H. Myles & Son, 110.94; Nagle & Ariano, 200.23; National 
Grocers Co., Ltd., 160.85; Newman Motor Sales, 254.31; Nicholson's Tire 
Surgery, 916.59; C. Niedner's Sons, 69,399.58; North American Lumber & 
Supply Co., Ltd., 922.46; North Bay Auto Electric, 267.75; North Bay Auto 
Supply, 512.06; North Bay Garage, 268.45; North End Store, 181.55; North 
Star Oil, Ltd., 1,360.07; Northern Engineering & Supply, 466.27; Northern 
Electric Co., Ltd., 9,562.70; Northern Marine & Engine Co., 596.50; Northern 
Paint & Varnish Co., Ltd., 1,343.91; L. W. Nuttall, 124.19; Office Specialty Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 751.95; Ontario Auto Parts Supply, 657.54; Ontario Power Co., 
Ltd., 124.65; Ontario Telephone Co., Ltd., 1,226.39; Ontario Timber Supply 
Co., 115.00; W. H. Orange, 146.25; Outboard Marine Manufacturing Co., 512.61; 
E. Paradis, 152.05; Patricia Lumber Co., Ltd., 125.21; Patricia Transportation 
Co., Ltd., 164.32; G. Patterson, 290.00; Payette & Godin, 436.76; Payette 
& Matte, 1,347.97; E. Pellow, 318.86; Pellow Hardware, 154.01; Pembroke 
Laundry Cleaning & Dyeing Co., 218.35; Pembroke Lumber Co., Ltd., 138.64; 
P. Pentella, 115.12; Peoples Telegraph & Telephone Co., 123.37; A. J. Perron, 
750.00; J. W. Perry, 102.52; Peterborough Canoe Co., Ltd., 251.25; A. Peterson, 
669.06; Pickle Crow Gold Mines, Ltd., 100.27; Pierce & Radke, 822.33; L. Pigeon, 
197.02; E. Pilon, 186.65; J. C. Pinch Stores, 324.17; Pineland Timber Co., Ltd., 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS I 15 

Forest Protection and Timber Management Branches 
Basic Organization — Continued 

Maintenance and Operating — Continued 

549.48; J. & T. M. Piper, 107.44; T. Pocklington, Ltd., 561.15; Port Arthur 
Public Utilities, 1,222.15; Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., 349.84; Post- 
master, 4,935.48; P. Poulin, 115.00; Poupore Lumber Co., 358.27; Powell Equip- 
ment Co., Ltd., 538.50; Pratt & Shanacy, Ltd., 332.80; J. Prince, 170.44; Proven- 
cher Bros., 325.69; Provincial Air Service, 957.92; Pulp & Paper Mill Accessories, 
Ltd., 500.00; Radio Trade Supply Co., 330.97; B. H. Rands, 114.36; Rankin's 
Grocery, 924.85; Red Lake Supply, 2,717.25; R. J. Reid, 223.35; Reo Motors, 
3,900.00; F. A. Ricard, 391.89; C. Richardson, 275.00; G. M. Rioch, 480.00; 
J. Robert, 285.62; F. Robidoux, 286.64; Rossport Trading Co., 1,568.75; Roths- 
child & Co., Ltd., 1,950.00; Ryder Motor Sales, 270.34; A. Saarikoski, 1,000.00; 
Sadowski & Co., 135.11; Scythes & Co., Ltd., 999.26; Selkirk's General Store, 
110.63; J. Sevigny, 250.00; C. Shamess, 291.03; Shell Oil Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
3,684.34; G. Sheridan, 152.50; Sherwin-Williams Company of Canada, Ltd., 
566.63; Sherwood Municipal Telephone System, 102.77; A. Silverman & Sons, 
253.56; Simmons, Ltd., 226.20; H. W. Simms, 184.18; G. A. Simonsen, 2,507.46; 
Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 169.20; Sioux Lookout Grocery, 178.05; Sioux Lookout 
Hydro-Electric System, 569.70; Sioux Lookout Telephone Co., 359.80; R. Skinner, 
115.00; Beatrice Sloan, 348.75; A. T. Smith, 1,072.98; Smith & Chappie, Ltd., 
292.70; J. G. Smith, 115.00; R. M. Smith, 175.00; A. Solomon, 192.58; Soo Mill & 
Lumber Co., 933.81; Soucie-Nelson-McDonald, 3,119.18; T B. Speight, 200.00; 
Spadoni Bros., 858.05; Spruce Falls Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 311.70; Standard 
Realty Co., Ltd., 540.00; F. Stein, 175.00; D. Stewart, 1,200.00; J. W. Stone Boat 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 250.96; H. F. Strong, 100.00; Sturgeons, Ltd., 723.01; 
City of Sudbury, 237.12; D. Summers, 210.27; Sunlight Laundry, 157.50; Superior 
Chain Stores, 284.29; L. Sword, 120.00; G. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 7,450.06; Teck 
Motor Sales, 2,425.28; Temagami Outfitting Co., 156.59; Temagami Boat Co., 
187.50; Temagami Trading Co., 227.26; Temiskaming & Northern Ontario Rail- 
way, 997.63; Thayer Lumber Co., 297.32; A. Thompson, 122.74; Thunder Bay 
Lumber Co., 526.47; Timmins Garage, 128.37; Timmins Theatres, 585.00; Tourtel- 
lot Hardware, 2,528.72; Trudeau Motor Sales, 600.71; Municipal Corporation 
of Tweed, 129.79; Underwood Elliott Fisher, Ltd., 291.62; Union Garage, 3,916.24; 
L. Vaillancourt, 140.10; O. Valenti, 622.43; J. E. Van-Clieaf, 153.75; Wakami 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 125.02; P. Wanson, 643.70; Ware Bros., 165.32; Watson 
Jack & Co., Ltd., 45,522.89; Watson & Lloyd, 203.61; G. W. Weaver, 131.25; 
G. Weidman, 102.00; S. W. Welch, 120.47; Wells & Emmerson, 359.34; Wells 
Hardware Co., Ltd., 855.39; West Arm Inn, 843.50; West & Co., 150.63; Western 
Fire Equipment Co., 205.44; Western Grocers, Ltd., 350.76; Westree Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 127.75; White's Tire Shop, Ltd., 553.72; Wholesale Radio Co., Ltd., 
2.127.11; A. E. Wicks, Ltd., 262.81; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 1,039.73; 
Woods Meat Market, 223.12; T. Yarrow, 126.25; Ziebell Stores, 124.62; H. L. 
Zummach, 276.39; Accounts under $100, 29,853.41 488,005*29 

Rondeau Provincial Park 

Salaries ($8,870.69) 
Permanent: 

H. D. Atkinson, 429.44; A. E. Hitchcock, 1,200.00; R. A. McLaren, 1,900.00; 

A. Townsend, 481.25 4,010 69 

Temporary : 

H. Hitchcock, 972.00; W. Reeves, 972.00; V. Russell, 972.00; F. Walters, 972.00; 

A. Whitfield, 972.00 4,860 00 

Maintenance and Operating ($3,298.53) 

F. Coll, 109.60; Highgate Milling Co., Ltd., 165.24; Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, 913.52; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 348.82; F. Kennedy, 485.88; R. A. McLaren, 
travelling expenses, 161.22; A. J. Silcox, 102.79;— — Accounts under $100, 1,011.46 3,298 53 

Rondeau Provincial Park $12,169 22 

Ipperwash Beach Provincial Park 

Salaries ($2,068.90) 
Permanent : 

N. Moody 600 00 



I 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Forest Protection and Timber Management Branches 
Basic Organization — Continued 

Ipperwash Beach Provincial Park — Salaries — Continued 
Temporary: 

Pay List, wages of men 1,468 90 

Maintenance and Operating ($847.73) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 207.55; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 104.84; Accounts 

under $100, 535.34 847 73 

Ipperwash Beach Provincial Park $2,916 63 

Clearing Townsites and Removal of Fire Hazards 

Salaries, etc., Maintenance and Operating ($7,551.73) 

Canada Packers, Ltd., 579.57; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 174.58; W. R. Lowery & Sons, 
294.06; Frank Sturgeon, 198.75; J. Theriault, 108.00; Pay List, wages of men, 
5,820.45; Accounts under $100, 376.32 7,551 73 

Forest Protection and Timber Management Branches 

Basic Organization, Field Operations $1,779,812 03 

Total, Including General Office $1,818,629 74 

Forest Research Branch 

Salaries ($7,492.81) 

Permanent : 

J. A. Brodie, 3,333.33; W. R. Haddow, 2,800.00; D. J. Watson, 684.48 6,817 81 

Temporary : 

A. P. Leslie, 600.00; D. J. Watson, 75.00 675 00 

Salaries, Maintenance, Operating, etc. ($4,654.81) 

Bennett Equipment & Supply Co., 292.46; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 122.62; Grand & Toy, 
Ltd., 326.45; W. R. Haddow, travelling expenses, 135.98; King's Printer, 2,442.75; 
Remington Rand, Ltd., 347.26; Max Scheerle, 102.50; C. A. Ward, Ltd., 100.00; 
Wholesale Radio Co., Ltd., 598.47; Accounts under $100, 186.32 4,654 81 

Forest Research Branch $12,147 62 

Air Service Branch 

Salaries ($157,260.40) 

Permanent: 

R. C. Allen, 1,000.00; R. Beaton, 1,700.00; S. E. Carmichael, 925.20; A. W. 
Christensen, 2,097.18; J. M. Clark, 2,100.00; W. C. Davidson, 1,000.00; A. E. 
Denning, 2,133.33; G. A. Doan, 2,400.00; J. T. Donnelly, 475.00; L. R. Failes, 
2,200.00; D. G. Fleming, 2,100.00; R. H. Fraser, 2,400.00; G. A. Gill, 2,600.00; 
P. T. Hancox, 2,000.00; J. Hardman, 166.66; J. Hendry, 2,100.00; W. J. Hill, 
3,000.00; E. A. Hodgson, 2,400.00; J. F. Hyde, 3,600.00; C. A. Johnston, 950.00; 
J. Kincaid, 1,163.72; D. N. Kraushaar, 1,700.00; L. Kunkel, 1,200.00; C. J. 
LeFeuvre, 1,425.00; S. Macauley, 3,000.00; C. A. MacMillan, 1,425.00; H. J. 
McMillan, 750.00; G. E. Miles, 2,400.00; D. H. Murray, 2,266.67; W. Murray, 
2,100.00; J. C. Noble, 2,400.00; P. E. Parr, 1,866.67; G. E. Ponsford, 4,866.67; 
G. V. Robinson, 950.00; A. H. Simard, 2,400.00; J. E. R. Simard, 2,200.00; 
A. B. Smith, 1,425.00; J. M. Taylor, 2,850.00; J. Terry, 1,665.00; W. W. Tweed, 
2,850.00; D. A. Walker, 1,000.00; W. H. Wilcox, 2,100.00; T. Woodside, 2,850.00; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 817.00 85,018 10 

Temporary: 

Pay List, wages of men 72,242 30 



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Air Service Branch — Continued 
Travelling Expenses ,$2,547.04) 

M. V. Gillard, 182.81; W. R. Munroe, 143.75; G. E. Ponsford, 476.22; W. VV. Tweed, 
177.45 — — Sundry Persons, accounts under $100, 1,566.81 



2,547 04 



Maintenance and Operating ($113,208.30) 

C. Acciava, 1,257.00; Air Associates, Inc., 222.92; Algoma Central & Hudson Bay 
Railway Co., 172.47; Aluminum Company of Canada, Ltd., 477.91 ; Aviation Elec- 
tric, Ltd., 1,867.17; C. H. Babb Co., 150.00; Beaver Lumber Co., Ltd., 2,394.57; 
Bendix-Eclipse Company of Canada, 163.22; Bell Telephone Co., 547.58; 
Berlangett's, 103.35; Berry Bros., Inc., 131.94; Breeze Corporations, Inc., 
627.71; Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., 152.16; Canadian Durex Abrasives, 
Ltd., 217.53; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 107.79; Canadian National 
Railways, 331.44; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 1,566.97; Canadian Pratt 
& Whitney Aircraft Co., Ltd., 10,864.63; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 
1,507.73; Collector of Customs, 808.04; B. W. Deane & Co., Ltd., 100.79; The De- 
Havilland Aircraft of Canada, Ltd., 542.46; Dominion Oxygen Co., Ltd., 249.32; 
Dominion Plywoods, Ltd., 167.61; Dominion Wire Rope & Cable Co., Ltd., 174.20; 
I. J. Downey & Sons, 1,755.84; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 138.23; Edo Aircarft Corpora- 
tion, 3,750.00; Fleet Aircraft, Ltd., 217.47; Fyr-Fyter Company of Canada, Ltd., 
117.43; Gleeson & Leahev, 1,225.32; H. A. Grant, 1,422.53; C. E. Graves, 
120.00; Great Northern Gas Co., Ltd., 154.98; Greenwood Electric & Hardware, 
648.03; Guenette Funeral Service, 100.00; Halliday Co., Ltd., 1,087.75; R. R.. 
Hannah, 2,461.96; Harriston Stove Co., Ltd., 170.00; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 
150.27; Hudson's Bay Co., 128.40; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 34,361.14; International 
Paints (Canada), Ltd., 2,999.97; International Varnish Co., Ltd., 351.63; 
King's Printer, 349.77; J. Leckie, Ltd., 166.23; Lowe Bros. Co., Ltd., 161.07; 
Lukis, Stewart & Co., Ltd., 4,601.34; MacDonald Bros. Aircraft, 746.26; J. A. 
Mathieu, Ltd., 338.42; J. J. McFadden Lumber Co., Ltd., 274.15; McLarty Bros. 
& Brodie, 8,206.78; Wm. Milne & Sons, Ltd., 321.91; Northland Airways, Ltd., 
5,000.00; Ontario Hughes-Owens Co., Ltd., 453.86; Patricia Transportation Co.. 
Ltd., 580.75; J. R. Penfold, 197.75; Pineland Timber Co., Ltd., 2,000.00; Port 
Arthur Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., 300.00; Postmaster, 315.50; Purity Ice & Coal Co., 
1,467.98; Pyrene Manufacturing Company of Canada, Ltd., 192.77; Railway 
& Power Engineering, 339.09; Sault Ste. Marie Public Utilities, 1,562.46; Scythes 
& Co. Ltd., 264.49 ; Serta of Toronto, 275.81 ; Simmonds Aerocessories, Inc., 272.24; 
R. Simpson Co., Ltd., 607.54; Sioux Lookout Hydro-Electric System, 126.05; 
Standard Chemical Co., Ltd., 159.40; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., 211.36; 
Stinson Aircraft Division, 903.23; R. Taylor, 150.00; Traders Metal, 101.31 
A. R. Williams Machinery Co., Ltd., 604.03; Accounts under $100, 5,689.29. 113,208 30 

Air Service Branch $273,015 74 



Permanent: 



Reforestation and Conservation Branch 

General Office 
Salaries ($14,424.67) 



J. W. Barron, 600.00; J. E. Beecroft, 1,580.00; A. H. Richardson, 3,150.00; 
M. C. Rowland, 1,500.00; J. F. L. Simmons, 2,466.67; E. J. Zavitz, 5,000.00; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 128.00. . . . 



14.424 67 



Permanent : 



Field Operations 
Salaries ($191,216.21) 



R. S. Carman, 2,866.67; G. M. Linton, 2,633.33; I. C. Marritt, 3,150.00; F. S. 
Newman, 3,266.67; A. H. Spence, 1,733.33; E. W. Telford, 1,466.67; A. B. 
Wheatley, 2,266.67; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re 
Enlistment, 92.00 17,475 34 



Temporary: 

Pay List, wages of men 



173,740 87 



I 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Reforestation and Conservation Branch — Continued 

Field Operations — Continued 

Travelling Expenses ($11,762.83) 

W. A. Anderson, 281.09; H. J. Atkinson, 124.40; L. Campbell, 445.06; R. S. Carman, 
519.39; A. Chenier, 230.16; S. J. Cox, 196.96; H. Fenny, 576.48; L. G. Greer, 
155.24; F. J. Hollidge, 182.62; J. Lea, 443.34; G. M. Linton, 611.75; I. C. Marritt, 
929.25; R. H. McKee, 170.34; F. S. Newman, 938.95; A. H. Richardson, 749.74; 
A. B. Samells, 178.48; J. F. Simmons, 1,257.50; A. H. Spence, 517.02; A. Stewart, 
196.84; A. B. Wheatley, 688.07; C. H. Zavitz, 497.75; E. J. Zavitz, 991.74; 
Sundry Persons, accounts under $100, 880.66 11,762 83 

Maintenance and Operating ($75,452.80) 

Allandale Lumber & Fuel Co., 700.00; B. W. Anderson, 281.96; C. G. Armstrong, 
Department Store, 142.70; Austin Airways, Ltd., 440.00; R. H. Bailey, 107.25; 
T. Bailey, 234.30; The Ball Planing Mill Co., Ltd., 985.41; R. Beattie Estate, 
578.95; Bell Telephone Company of Canada, 512.06; Blakely's Hardware, 
102.57; H. Bowen, 1,125.75; Boxall & Mathie, Ltd., 170.43; Brown & Co., 173.45; 
Canadian Countryman Publishing Co., 210.00; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 
145.76; Canadian Johns-Manville, Co., Ltd., 3,011.76; Canadian National Rail- 
ways, 1,248.85; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 594.49; M. A. Carleton, 100.00; M. 
Carriere, 168.80; F. O. Chappel, 1,079.80; M. Chenier, 285.60; Chittick Motor 
Sales, 196.49; M. Coutts, 175.00; L. C. Cratt, 952.67; M. Davis, 103.20; Depart- 
ment of Highways, Ontario, 794.00; S. Devency, 497.61; Eastman Photographic 
Stores, Ltd., 135.50; Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 521.81; Empke Hard- 
ware, 517.26; Farmer's Magazine, 280.00; Farmer's Advocate, 210.00; I. Farrow, 
131.50; S. A. Fay, 1,956.08; F. E. Field, 234.20; J. Freeman, 233.15; General 
Films, 721.75; A. J. Gloin, 150.94; B. Graham, 237.20; A. Hall, 105.84; W. J. 
Hall, 994.35; E. Hammond & Son, 2,319.10; E. Hammond, 215.80; J. Handley 
& Sons, 199.38; J. W. Hart, 166.33; H. Hill, 295.83; F. Hollidge, 312.00; E. L. 
Hoover, 167.99; W. Howey, 405.71; Hunter Hardware, 251.30; Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission of Ontario, 2,476.83; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 1,252.96; Imperial 
Varnish & Color Co., Ltd., 343.76; King's Printer, 7,726.12; G. Lainge, 265.00; 
W. Linton, 156.60; Lunn's Hardware, 421.82; McKenzie & McNabb, 300.31; 
Miller Oil Co., Ltd., 1,041.30; N. Milligan, 342.90; F. Moles, 108.30; P. & G. 
Moss Co., 867.20; Nabco Planned Kitchens Co., 166.27; Niagara Brand Spray 
Co., 365.64; R. W. Nichols, 140.89; Norfolk Co-operative Store, 757.67; Nor- 
folk Fruit Growers Association, 153.46; E. Oldham, 108.00; Orono Coal & 
Lumber Co., 880.74; Orono Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 123.32; Orono 
Telephone Co., 128.03; Peterborough Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,102.21; Postmaster, 
374.19; G. Pratt, 241.22; Rennie Seeds, Ltd., 213.95; Wm. Rennie, 160.05; 
Richardson Bros., 921.72; Robinson Hardware, 270.75; W. Robinson, 325.00; 
Rolph Hardware, 259.82; Sargeant Co., 594.88; Scarfe & Co., Ltd., 352.00; 
Sundry Persons re seed collection, 2,063.89; Sundry Persons employed on improve- 
ment work, 5,989.69; T. Sharp, 120.00; Sheppard & Gill Lumber Co., Ltd., 
299.36; Simcoe Lumber Co., 819.86; G. W. Smith, 114.00; Southern Ontario 
Telephone Co., 165.64; A. Spera, 533.04; A. Stewart, 173.00; Sturgeons, Limited, 
424.50; C. Swick, 329.00; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 137.76; P. Thomson & Sons, 
691.11; C. Tonge, 705.60; Turville's, 332.68; L. Unger Estate, 150.00; A. R. Wil- 
liams Machinery Co., Ltd., 933.62; W. M. Winn, 113.47; A. L. Wynston Jr., Ltd., 
115.85; Accounts under $100, 12,415.94 75,452 80 

Reforestation and Conservation Branch $292,856 51 

Field Services $2,520,783 15 

SURVEYS BRANCH 
Lac Seul Storage Dam Control and Maintenance ($8.22) 

C. H. Fullerton, 36.30; T. H. Hogg, services, 1,000.00; Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission of Ontario, operating expenses, 500.00; J. B. Metzler, 30.30; L. Y. Rorke, 

services, 1,008.22; travelling expenses, 26.50 2,601 32 

Less: Refund by Dominion Government 2,593 10 

8 22 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS M_9 

LAW BRANCH 

Acquiring Flowage Easements and Discharging Claims of Owners of Riparian 
Lands in Ontario below the Outlets of Lake of the Woods Affected by 
Regulation under the Lake of the Woods Control Board Act ($141.32) 

Sundry Persons, easements and damage claims 273 20 

Less: Refund by Dominion Government 131 88 



141 32 



STATUTORY 



Minister's Salary ($8,000.00) 
Hon. N. O. Hipel 8,000 00 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario re Long Lac 
Diversion ($400,000.00) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 400,000 00 

To Compensate Timber Licensees in Connection with the Surrender 
of Cutting Rights in McCarthy Township (1,000.00) 

G. Gordon & Co., Ltd., compensation 1,000 00 

To Pay Accounts in Connection with Lumbering 
Operations on Mining Claims ($302.65) 
Re Cerneja vs. Ribar: 

Clerk, 4th Division Court, Temiskaming, 59.37; Kno'x & Parry, legal services, 

50.00; S. Ribar, settlement, 193.28 302 65 

Cost of Developing a Lignite Deposit at Onakawana, Ontario, and Producing 
Steam-dried Lignite for Domestic and Commercial Use ($299,993.55) 

Amalgamated Larder Mines, Ltd., 542.85; Atwood, Ltd., 28,623.42; R. A. Blyth, 
2,756.98; Demonstration Farm, New Liskeard, 135.90; Fairmont Railway 
Motors, Ltd., 408.58; P. M. Fleming, Ltd., 138.40; W. Gerrie, travelling ex- 
penses, 396.69; Haileybury Lumber Co., Ltd., 408.09; F. H. Hopkins & Co., 
Ltd., 285.34; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 9,554.18; Hobsons, Ltd., 1,357.65; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., 1,173.36; P. Johnson & Sons, Ltd., 878.61; King's Printer, 243.10; 
V. H. Mclntyre, Ltd., 145.00; Mercier & Shirley, Ltd., 1,302.04; National 
Grocers Co., Ltd., 2,300.67; Northern Mining Supply, 3,072.19; Pay List, wages 
of men, 31,236.70; J. B. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 1,082.31; G. Taylor Hardware, 
Ltd., 2,903.67; Taylor Hardware, Quebec, Ltd., 835.71; Temiskaming & North- 
ern Ontario Railway Commission, 208,751.03; Workmen's Compensation Board, 

246.40; Express and freight, 5,248.44; postage, 38.00; telephone, 173.70; 

unemployment insurance stamps, 31.50; accounts under $100, 

962.29 305,232 80 

Less Refund: Board of men 5,151 25 

Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., drums 88 00 

5,239 25 
299,993 55 



Special Warrants $701,296 20 

Total Expenditure, Department of Lands and Forests $3,500,985.39 



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FISCAL YEAR, 1942-43 



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DEPARTMENT OF LEGISLATION 

OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER 

Salaries ($20,758.17) 
Hon. J. H. Clark Speaker of the House 2,500 00 

Permanent : 

A. C. Lewis Clerk of the House and Chief Election Officer . . 5,000 00 

E. M. Caverhill, 775.00; T. L. Cordell, 1,550.00; A. W. Corner, 1,300.00; M. 
Gaylord, 1,150.00; M. I. Greer, 1,366.67; E. Knight, 1,000.00; E. V. McKnight, 
. 1,125.00; A. Pautler, 1,433.33; F. A. Pritchard, 1,846.67 16,546 67 

Temporary: 

E. M. Caverhill, 150.00; J. R. Glenmaker, 949.00; E. C. Murphy, 612.50 1,711 50 

Clerks of Committees, Sergeant-at-Arms, Messengers, Pages, 
Sessional Writers, etc. ($1,640.04) 

I. Bennett, 129.50; S. Brownlee, 169.00; E. Carroll, 175.00; J. F. Cassidy, 1,000.00; 
R. G. Clark, 162.51; N. A. Davis, 66.50; C. Dawson, 121.00; G. Drake, 175.00; 
I. M. Drew, 266.00; E. Enright, 38.50; F. Gavin, 82.50; C. Hepburn, 157.50; 
G. rlogarth, 37.00; R. Hyman, 37.00; P. Ketter, 56.00; H. Logan, 225.25; D. 
Lynch, 82.50; L. Maxwell, 56.00; J. McCubbin, 93.28; S. McLaughlin, 121.00; 
G. A. McNabb, 227.50; E. C. Murphy, 87.50; M. Nagy, 136.50; D. Norton, 
121.00; E. M. Paddon, 100.00; D. Robertson, 82.50; H. H. Robson, 200.00; 
R. Sheridan, 49.00; E. Sills, 119.00; P. Sword, 73.50; R. Walmsley, 38.50; M. 
Widgett, 115.50; J. Windsor, 38.50 4,640 04 

Indemnities — Members, including Mileage ($174,248.00) 
Session, 1943: 

Indemnities, 168,000.00; Mileage, 2,248.00; Leader of the Opposition, 3,000.00; 

Chairman of the Committee of the Whole House, 1,000.00 174,248 00 

Stationery, including Printing Paper, Printing Bills, Distribution of Statutes, 
Printing and Binding ($29,707.88) 

King's Printer 29,707 88 

Maintenance ($5,540.73) 
Collective Bargaining Committee: 

J. Finkelman, professional services, 700.00; W. H. Furlong, legal services, 1,500.00; 

expenses, 326.07 2,526 07 

Miscellaneous: 

A. E. Mackinnon, special services, 50.00; D. McWatters, special services, 200.00; 
S. A. Shoemaker, legal services, 1,800.00; Sundry Newspapers, advertising re 

Private Bills, 251.17; Sundry Persons, meals re overtime, 142.50; Express, 

31.32; newspapers and periodicals, 223.65; telephone, 62.12; accounts under $100, 

253.90 3,014 66 

Allowance to Mr. Speaker, in Lieu of Contingencies ($1,000.00) 
Hon. J. H. Clark 1,000 00 

Legislative Committee for Art Purposes ($1,085.00) 
J. E. Sampson, portrait, of Hon. N. O. Hipel 1,085 00 

Membership Fees for Empire Parliamentary Association ($750.00) 
Empire Parliamentary Association 750 00 

Cost of Living Bonus ($3,482.72) 
Sundry Employees 3,482 72 

Office of the Speaker $241,212 54 



J 4 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL 

Salaries ($12,749.99) 

Permanent : 

A. E. Baker, 2,433.33; M. E. Cloney, 1,150.00; L. R. MacTavish, 3,733.33; D. H. 

McCleary, 1,500.00; E. H. Silk, 3,933.33 12,749 99 

Maintenance ($414.88) 
King's Printer, 129.86; Accounts under $100, 285.02 414 88 

Office of the Legislative Counsel $13,164 87 

OFFICE OF CROWN-IN-CHANCERY 

Salaries ($4,983.33) 
Permanent : 

W. G. W. Harvey, 2,033.33; F. Hilliard, 1,450.00; M. R. Rice, 1,500.00 4,983 33 

Maintenance ($160.75) 

King's Printer, 63.68; Newspapers and periodicals, 45.00; accounts under $100, 

52.07 160 75 

Office of Crown-in-Chancery $5,144 08 

Total Expenditure, Department of Legislation $259,521 49 



PART K 



LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 



FISCAL YEAR, 1942-43 



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, 1943 





Appropriations 


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LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($4,600.00) 

Permanent: 

E. A. Humphrey, 1,400.00; M. P. Johnson, 2,000.00 3,400 00 

Temporary: 

B. Johnston, 500.00; B. W. Young, 700.00 1,200 00 

Expenses ($5,000.00) 
His Honour A. Matthews, allowance for contingencies 5,000 00 

Cost of Living Bonus ($174.96) 
Sundry Employees 174 96 

Total Expenditure, Lieutenant-Governor's Office $9,774 96 



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DEPARTMENT 

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MINES 

FISCAL YEAR, 1942-43 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 
Main Office: page 

Salaries 4 

Travelling Expenses 5 

Maintenance, etc 5 

General: — Field Assistants, etc 5 

Gas and Oil Well Inspectors 6 

Sulphur Fumes Arbitrator 6 

Temiskaming Testing Laboratories 6 

Offices of Mining Recorders 7 

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DEPARTMENT OF MINES 
Hon. Robert Laurier, Minister (Statutory, see page L 7) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($149,510.05) 

Permanent : 

H. C. Rickaby Deputy Minister. 5,433 33 

General Office: 

H. W. Batchelor, 1,500.00; A. Brickenden, 325.00; H. M. Brookes, 1,233.33; 
J. H. Courtney, 375.00; J. G. Davis, 1,000.00; S. O. Dennis, 1,400.00; J. W. 
Douglas, 1,933.33; C. Freymond, 1,533.33; H. E. Frye, 625.00; J. S. Grant, 
525.00; S. Lachapelle, 900.00; P. Logee, 1,285.42; J. P. Malone, 1,600.00; 
J. F. McFarland, 2,633.33; D. G. Sinclair, 4,600.00; G. T. Stevens, 375.00; 
I. Wagar, 1,233.33; A. D. Williams, 1,900.00; J. Work, 2,900.00 27,877 07 

Accounts Branch: 

B. C. Lee, 1,616.67; H. G. Matthews, 1,183.33; N. Rathbun, 1,075.00; J. A. 

Shields, 2,000.00 5,875 00 

Geological Branch: 

W. D. Harding, 3,050.00; H. C. Horwood, 3,200.00; M. E. Hurst, 4,466.67; 

D. A. Lowry, 1,500.00; J. Satterly, 3,050.00; J. E. Thomson, 3,400.00 18,666 67 

Publications and Statistics Branch: 

M. G. Arnoldi, 1,233.33; A. Braidwood, 2,900.00; D. J. Ferrier, 2,200.00; P. A. 
Jackson, 3,000.00; J. F. Jameson, 2,566.67; J. Ledingham' 2,866.67; F. W. 
Love, 187.50; L. E. M. Tremblay, 3,050.00; I. Williams, 1,333.33 19,337 50 

Mines Inspection Branch: 

W. E. Bawden, 3,425.00; D. F. Cooper, 3,600.00; D. P. Douglass, 3,587.50; 
F. E. E. Elson, 1,000.00; D. J. Field, 1,533.33; W. H. Jarvis, 1,233.33; E. S. 
Little, 3,287.50; S. T. Schinzel, 1,233.33; R. L. Smith, 3,425.00; R. Stewart, 
1,900.00; J. B. Taylor, 3,575.00; W. O. Tower, 4,383.33; E. B. Weir, 3,575.00 35,758 32 

Mines Assessment Branch: 

E. C. Bell, 1,600.00; D. R. Curtis, 450.00; E. C. Potter, 187.50; A. C. Young, 

2,866.61 5,104 11 

Chemical and Assay Branch: 

J. L. Brisson, 1,400.00; W. F. Green, 3,300.00; W. F. Ley, 1,266.67 5,966 67 

Natural Gas Commissioner's Office: 

A. R. Crozier, 4,033.33; G. H. Forrest, 550.00; T. A. Gilmour, 622.90; H. W. 
McEachern, 562.50; A. K. Watt, 450.00 6,218 73 

Mining Court of Ontario: 

F. A. Cuthbertson, 1,233.33; F. L. Godson, 1,250.00; B. C. Sefton, 1,533.33. . 4,016 66 

Files Branch: 

A. M. Moffat, 1,400.00; G. H. Richardson, 1,400.00 2,800 00 

Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments 367 02 

Temporary: 

A. Anderson, 1,800.00; H. L. Banting, 450.00; A. Brickenden, 300.00; J. A. Cole, 
1,075.00; J. H. Courtney, 307.08; D. R. Curtis, 397.50; G. H. Forrest, 463.75; 
T. E. Godson, 4,000.00; S. Lachapelle, 300.00; J. Lonergan, 56.61; G. McLellan, 
171.00; V. B. Meen, 1,500.00; H. W. Mitchell, 175.60; D. A. Moddle, 331.18; 
H. E. Russell, 875.00; A. K. Watt, 900.00 13,102 72 

Total $150,523 80 

Less: Refund, Dominion Government 1,013 75 

$149,510 05 



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DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



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Main Office — Continued 

Travelling Expenses ($10,243.00) 

Hon. Robert Laurier, 265.00; W. E. Bawden, 971.60; Colling Tire Shop, Ltd., 25.44; 
D. F. Cooper, 590.00; D. P. Douglass, 1,125.34; M. E. Hurst, 125.80; B. C. Lee, 
49.90; E. S. Little, 1,409.63; J. F. McFarland, 973.99; H. C. Rickaby, 433.47; 
D. G. Sinclair, 1,184.56; R. L. Smith, 1,009.65; J. B. Taylor, 986.33; W. O. Tower, 
436.51; L. E. M. Tremblay, 97.45; E. B. Weir, 311.19; J. Work, 97.40; A. C. 
Young, 108.10; Accounts under $25, 41.64 



10,243 00 



Maintenance ($38,113.72) 
Advertising: 

Boston Herald Traveller Corporation, 250.00; Canadian Geographic Society, 
600.00; Canadian Mining Journal, 720.00; Canadian Mining and Metallurgical 
Bulletin, 330.00; MacLean Publishing Co., Ltd., 100.00; Northern Miner Press, 
165.68; Accounts under $100, 150.00 

Miscellaneous: 

Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 130.01 ; A. Anderson, services, 485.00; 
Austin Airways, Ltd., 660.83; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 136.73; Canadian 
Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 488.69; Canadian Photo Copy Co., 210.09; Canadian 
Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 249.50; Chadwick-Carroll Brass & Fixtures, 101.50; 
Cooper & Beatty, Ltd., 146.25; Cornish & Wimpenny, 137.25; H. J. Donley, 
150.00; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 113.40; D. Greaves, 148.60; Harold & Garbe, Ltd., 
514.00; King's Printer, 15,508.66; MacLean Publishing Co., Ltd., 114.00; Miller 
Lithographic Co., Ltd., 4,568.96; Mortimer, Ltd., 1,545.55; National Cash 
Register Company, Canada, Ltd., 103.11; R. H. Nichols, 183.75; Office Specialty 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 1,983.10; Sundry Persons, meals re overtime, 231.60; 
Thompson & Sons, Ltd., 2,827.98; E. A. Trevor, 531.80; Underwood Elliott 

Fisher, Ltd., 111.85; Express and freight, 365.31; newspapers and periodicals, 

200.45; postage, 203.09; telegrams, 161.01; telephone, 1,945.70; accounts under 

$100, 1,581.90 35,839 67 

Less Refund: Sundry Persons re fencing mining claims 41 .63 



2,315 68 



35.798 04 



Salaries, Equipment and Expenses of Temporary Field and Other Assistants, 
including Educational Work ($19,288.49) 

Services of Geologists, Assistant Geologists and Fieldmen: 

H. S. Armstrong, 640.00; H. L. Banting, 1,212.09; G. Boyd, 476.66; A. Brant 
1,286.13; E. L. Bruce, 300.00; I. Denton, 508.07; R. B. Ferguson, 447.48; S. A 
Ferguson, 520.00; J. V. Fox, 280.00; J. M. Harrison, 676.67; D. F. Hewitt, 333.33 
R. Hoiles, 658.06; S. Kaiman, 310.00; G. B. Langford, 500.00; C. R. Lewis 
340.00; R. D. Macdonald, 720.70; C. W. McAllister, 3.25; E. S. Moore, 890.00 
R. Morrison, 583.87; J. Quirke, 8.00; J. A. Reid, 1,616.14; E. R. Rose, 326.33 

E. Whyte, 551.61; Less Refunds: Dominion Natural Gas Co., 1,714.15 

Nicholson Transit Co., 476.66; Union Gas Co., Ltd., 1,714.15 



9,283 43 



Geological Parties: Travelling Expenses and Disbursements: 

G. Boyd, 246.65; A. Brant, 1,923.78; E. L. Bruce, 78.80; W. R. Corey, 81.75; 
W. D. Harding, 405.90; H. C. Horwood, 1,121.46; M. E. Hurst, 399.53; G. B. 
Langford, 93.37; E. S. Moore, 501.12; J. A. Reid, 283.32; J. Satterly, 612.72; 

J. E. Thomson, 727.84; Less Refunds: Dominion Natural Gas Co., 641.26; 

Nicholson Transit Co., 246.65; Union Gas Co., Ltd., 641.26 4,947 07 

Miscellaneous: 

L. B. Bateman, 240.29; H. R. Brookes, 386.75; Canadian Photo Copy Co., 207.73; 
A. D. Gorrie Co., Ltd., 550.00; Department of Highways, 548.04; Department 
of Lands and Forests, 877.50; King's Printer, 55.00; John Leckie, Ltd., 629.90; 
Sadowski & Co., 264.17; University of Toronto, 827.04; R. Wood, 427.27; Work- 
men's Compensation Board, 352.38; — — Cartage, express and freight, 26.69; 

accounts under $100, 374.57; Less Refunds: Dominion Natural Gas Co., 

354.67; Union Gas Co., Ltd., 354.67 5,057 99 



Mineral Collections, Including Cases and Displays at Exhibitions 
also Services and Expenses ($200.88; 

J. B. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 101.33; Accounts under $100, 99.55 



200 88 



L_6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Continued 

Moving Expenses of Officials ($666.23) 
W. E. Bawden 666 23 

Maintenance and Operation of Cable Testing Machine ($609.65) 

Canada Metal Co., Ltd., 203.42; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 117.76; R. Stewart, 

travelling expenses, 71.50; Accounts under $100, 216.97 609 65 

Expenses re Forfeiture of Mining Claims ($224.89) 

News Chronicle Publishing Co., 15.50; Sundry Registrars, registrations, etc., 209.39 224 89 

Unforeseen and Unprovided ($1,302.53) 

Registry Office, County of Essex, 2.53; Treasurer, Township of Mersea, purchase 

price, Cadwell Bar, 1,300.00 1,302 53 

Cost of Living Bonus ($16,378.95) 
Sundry Employees 16,378 95 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($9.81) 

Postmaster, stamps purchased, 18.94; Less Refund of Employees' Contribution, 

9.13 9 81 

Main Office $236,548 20 

GAS AND OIL WELL INSPECTORS 

Salaries, Equipment and Expenses ($10,883.01) 

Salaries ($4,532.33) 

Permanent: 

H. J. McNulty, 2,000.00; J. Sanson, 1,500.00 3,500 00 

Temporary: 

B. D. Burn 1,032 33 

Travelling Expenses: 

W. E. Bawden, 206.67; H. L. Banting, 46.78; B. D. Burn, 467.38; A. R. Crozier, 

694.97; H. J. McNulty, 433.35; J. Sanson, 531.15; A. K. Watt, 30.20; Accounts 

under $25, 6.00 2,416 50 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 1,084.10; Milne, Steele & Co., 2,455.64; Telephone, 65.83; 

accounts under $100, 328.61 3,934 18 

SULPHUR FUMES ARBITRATOR 

Salary, Travelling and other Expenses 

Salary, Permanent: 

R. H. Murray 3,366 67 

Miscellaneous: 

McLeod Garage, Ltd., 177.55; R. H. Murray, travelling expenses, 126.45; Roth- 
childs & Co., Ltd., 240.00; Shell Oil Company of Canada, Ltd., 267.35; — — Tele- 
phone, 59.75; accounts under $100, 237.72; Less refund of travelling ex- 
penses by Commissioner of Agricultural Loans, 794.53 314 29 

Total $3,680 96 

Less: Refunds from Smelting Companies 3,680 96 

TEMISKAMING TESTING LABORATORIES 

Maintenance and Operation of Plant ($29,665.16) 

Salaries ($20,072.64) 

Permanent : 

F. Mondoux, 2,600.00; R. E. Taylor, 375.00 2,975 00 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF MINES L_7 

Temiskaming Testing Laboratories — Continued 

Maintenance and Operation of Plant — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 

Temporary: 

S. Brezenski, 1,513.00; A. A. Cole, 1,800.00; P. A. Grozelle, 1,600.00; G. R. 
Hartley, 1,294.25; W. A. Raymond, 1,513.00; R. E. Taylor, 375.00; Pay List, 
wages of Mill Helpers, 9,002.39 17,097 64 

Purchase and Treatment of Gold and Silver Ores: 

Beaverhouse Lake Mines, 223.61; Croesus Gold Mines, Ltd., 596.85; P. M. 
Fleming, 184.74; N. Hermiston, 1,665.22; H. Lalonde, 917.51; Mill Builders, 
Ltd., 518.81; G. U. Papineau, 408.87; Wabi Iron Works, 243.22;— Accounts 
under $100, 109.54 4,868 37 

Miscellaneous: 

C. E. Cain & Son, 104.55; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 176.69; Empire Meat 
Market, 150.00; Frankel Bros., Ltd., 214.43; Fraser House, 440.00; A. L. Herbert, 
948.59; King's Printer, 265.88; Liquor Control Board of Ontario, 315.68; Mines 
Assay Supplies, Ltd., 529.04; Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., 128.15; Northern 
Ontario Power Co., Ltd., 746.99; R. L. O'Gorman, 530.46; G. Taylor Hardware, 

Ltd., 216.04; Workmen's Compensation Board, 110.88; Cartage, express and 

freight, 222.14; postage, 127.00; telephone, 187.76, accounts under 

$100, 569.98 $5,984 26 

Less: Refund, Department of Public Works, re accounts 

for building at Cobalt 1,260 11 



4,724 15 



OFFICES OF MINING RECORDERS 
Salaries and Expenses ($34,940.27) 



Salaries ($28,194.78) 
Permanent: 

J. A. Alexander, 1,000.00; J. P. Bolduc, 1,966.67; G. M. Clements, 492.92; 
I. D. Fryia, 925.00; H. G. Ginn, 2,200.00; H. E. Holland, 2,100.00; F. P. C. 
Hutt, 925.00; N. J. McAulay, 2,400.00; M. M. McDonald, 1,050.00; M. C. 
McGregor, 1,000.00; C. H. McKinnon, 1,000.00; W. N. Miller, 2,100.00; 
M. F. O'Rourke, 1,966.67; H. B. Potter, 400.00; Y. Raiche, 1,075.00; W. C. 
Sharp, 1,800.00; M. A. Story, 1,866.67; T. A. Wood, 1,600.00; M. Woodall, 
925.00 26,792 93 

Temporary: 

M. R. Boisvert, 375.00; E. Landry, 114.00; J. Lomas, 5.50; M. Nelson, 199.60; 

J. O'Brien, 275.00; H. B. Potter, 375.00; B. Watson, 57.75 1,401 85 

Miscellaneous: 

Capital Trust Corporation, Ltd., 1,080.00; Department of Lands and Forests, 
1,175.70; M. Kaiko, 124.00; King's Printer, 842.71; K. Kussner, 1,080.00; Northern 
Ontario Power Co., Ltd., 132.52; W. O'Connor, 240.00; Mrs. K. O'Grady, 150.00; 

W. R. Thompson, 319.02; Cartage, express and freight, 44.82; postage, 722.82; 

telephone, 480.59; accounts under $100, 353.31 6,745 49 

STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($8,000.00) 

Hon. Robert Laurier 8,000 00 

Total Expenditure, Department of Mines $320,036 64 



PART M 



DEPARTMENT 



OF 



MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 



FISCAL YEAR, 1942-43 



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1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS M 3 



DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 

Hon. T. B. McQuesten, Minister (Statutory, see page F 11) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($32,323.02) 

Permanent: 

A. J. B. Gray Deputy Minister 6,000 00 

M. A. J. Allen, 680.42; H. Barnes, 587.50; M. A. Becker, 1,200.00; M. E. Caud- 
well, 245.00; J. P. Coombe, 3,033.33; P. M. Drummond, 700.00; J. E. Gardner, 
392.50; J. Jeffrey, 2,083.33; S. J. Johnson, 680.42; M. I. Jones, 377.41; H. A. 
Lake, 1,025.00; C. E. Lawrence, 985.78; G. G. McCabe, 1,633.33; G. E. McKelvey, 
375.00; W. A. Orr, 2,633.33; M. M. Rogers, 502.32; G. E. Schmidt, 539.88; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 194.00 23,868 55 

Temporary: 

H. Barnes, 150.00; M. E. Bassingthwaite, 950.00; P. M. Drummond, 225.00; 
A. Gordon, 950.00; E. M. Hurry, 150.00; G. E. Knight, 656.15; G. McNabb, 
444.61; M. E. Moore, 188.71; J. A. Nicholl, 456.87; M. B. Pennycook, 314.51; 
I. M. Robinson, 1,075.00; C. A. Shortt, 1,305.00; J. R. Thomson, 1,153.94; 
O. G. Widenham, 434.68 8,454 47 

Travelling Expenses ($3,465.61) 

J. P. Coombe, 998.79; A. J. B. Gray, 882.57; M. I. Jones, 139.33; J. Jeffrey, 62.95; 
G. G. McCabe, 48.65; W. A. Orr, 884.88; C. A. Shortt, 259.98; J. R. Thomson, 
188.46 3,465 61 

Maintenance ($9,963.30) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., 657.50; King's Printer, 6,688.86; Manning, Mortimer & Kennedy, 
100.00; H. E. Manning, 250.00; Mason, Foulds, Davidson & Kellock, 1,586.71; 
Ontario Typewriter Co., 295.65; Newspapers and periodicals, 107.55; tele- 
grams, 29.23; telephone, 32.61; accounts under $100, 215.19 9,963 30 

Grants ($1,100.00) 

Ontario Municipal Association 400 00 

Association of Rural Municipalities 150 00 

Municipal Finance Officers' Association 150 00 

Assessing Officers' Association 400 00 

Cost of Living Bonus ($4,245.28) 
Sundry Employees 4,245 28 

Main Office $51,097 21 

ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD 

Salaries ($22,342.64) 
Permanent: 

W. M. K. Balshaw, 1,400.00; R. S. Colter, 8,000.00; E. A. Crosland, 1,500.00; 
J. R. Harper, 400.00; J. A. G. McDonald, 2,850.00; W. P. Near, 5,000.00; M. B. 
Sanderson, 2,000.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re En- 
listments, 212.00 21,362 00 

Temporary: 

J. E. S. Richards, 600.00; B. Vickers, 380.64 980 64 

Travelling Expenses ($812.79) 

R. S. Colter, 244.96; F. C. K. Crocket, 32.95; J. R. Harper, 35.55; J. A. G. McDonald, 

43.85; W. P. Near, 441.93; B. Vickers, 13.55 812 79 



M 4 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Municipal Board — Continued 

Maintenance ($1,515.86) 

King's Printer, 1,306.32; Newspapers and periodicals, 38.00; telephone, 21.09; 

accounts under $100, 150.45 1,515 86 

Ontario Municipal Board $24,671 29 

STATUTORY 

Subsidy, 1 Mill to Cities, Towns, Townships and Incorporated 
Villages ($3,014,838.00) 
Cities: 

Belleville, 10,882.10; Brantford, 27,132.07; Chatham, 14,770.20; Fort William, 
27,155.14; Gait, 11,715.02; Guelph, 14,187.41; Hamilton, 167,451.90; Kingston, 
20,079.03; Kitchener, 29,035.94; London, 84,831.22; Niagara Falls, 18,587.86; 
North Bay, 9,655.36; Oshawa, 27,527.12; Ottawa, 158,754.45; Owen Sound, 
8,755.90; Peterborough, 23,090.20; Port Arthur, 26,785.69; St. Catharines, 
26,373.51; St. Thomas, 15,424.40; Sarnia, 18,100.82; Sault Ste. Marie, 20,692.30; 
Stratford, 13,682.02; Sudbury, 19,044.34; Toronto, 876,933.94; Welland, 
10,049.97; Windsor, 97,980.44; Woodstock, 7,730.49 1,786,408 84 

Towns: 

Alexandria, 532.52; Alliston, 644.09; Almonte, 1,033.75; Amherstburg, 2,343.04; 
Arnprior, 1,942.58; Aurora, 1,623.88; Aylmer, 1,406.10; Bala, 505.26; Barrie, 
5,172.37; Blenheim, 1,121.52; Blind River, 774.05; Bonfield, 53.41; Bothwell, 
272.41; Bowmanville, 2,304.20; Bracebridge, 1,105.47; Brampton, 5,085.46; 
Brockville, 7,049.57; Bruce Mines, 192.42; Burlington, 3,090.35; Cache Bay, 
244.51; Campbellford, 1,420.86; Capreol, 784.31; Carleton Place, 1,911.25; 
Charlton, 48.94; Chelmsford, 135.45; Chesley, 829.41; Clinton, 798.15; Cobalt, 
574.07; Cobourg, 3,113.90; Cochrane, 1,830.21; Collingwood, 3,646.39; Coniston, 
1,265.96; Copper Cliff, 5,760.88; Cornwall, 10,620.46; Deseronto, 528.96; Dresden, 
757.99; Dryden, 1,313.58; Dundas, 3,845.69; Dunnville, 2,004.61; Durham, 
659.24; Eastview, 1,782.71; Elmira, 1,175.80; Englehart, 467.25; Essex, 1,068.90; 
Forest, 884.00; Fort Erie, 4,644.89; Fort Frances, 4,091.91; Gananoque, 1,928.64; 
Georgetown, 1,288.79; Geraldton, 1,236.85; Goderich, 2,416.23; Gore Bay, 
253.03; Gravenhurst, 895.06; Grimsby, 1,563.97; Haileybury, 1,214.52; Hanover, 
1,491.13; Harriston, 638.34; Harrow, 414.49; Hawkesbury, 2,151.60; Hearst, 
306.37; Hespeler, 1,879.00; Huntsville, 1,274.93; Ingersoll, 3,076.68; Iroquois 
Falls, 2,258.13; Kapuskasing, 2,420.38; Kearney, 52.62; Keewatin, 1,445.60; 
Kenora, 5,139.15; Kincardine, 1,135.08; Kingsville, 1,780.46; Larder Lake, 
570.97; La Salle, 421.06; Latchford, 95.84; Leamington, 4,219.95; Leaside, 
6,038.56; Levack, 229.70; Lindsay, 4,301.83; Listowel, 1,593.90; Little Current, 
290.42; Massey, 147.95; Matheson, 135.52; Mattawa, 311.20; Meaford, 1,390.35; 
Merritton, 1,973.94; Midland, 5,068.69; Milton, .1,082.27; Mimico, 4,368.60; 
Mitchell, 932.85; Mount Forest, 862.39; Napanee, 1,802.77; Nesterville, 34.01; 
New Liskeard, 1,807.50; Newmarket, 2,349.16; New Toronto, 5,468.41; Niagara, 
963.86; Oakville, 3,085.98; Ojibway, 748.63; Orangeville, 1,845.60; Orillia, 
4,949.72; Palmerston, 677.85; Paris, 2,704.38; Parkhill, 471.12; Parry Sound, 
1,830.47; Pembroke, 5,036.17; Penetanguishene, 1,162.06; Perth, 2,782.14; 
Petrolia, 1,372.34; Picton, 2,745.92; Port Colborne, 5,042.65; Port Hope, 2,551.97; 
Powassan, 236.98; Prescott, 1,570.67; Preston, 5,417.83; Rainy River, 476.15; 
Renfrew, 3,012.46; Ridgetown, 1,134.77; Riverside, 3,439.58; Rockland, 236.55; 
St. Mary's, 2,391.08; Seaforth, 946.87; Simcoe, 4,774.30; Sioux Lookout, 1,180.81; 
Smith's Falls, 4,561.55; Smooth Rock Falls, 548.21; Southampton, 705.72; 
Stayner, 430.17; Strathroy, 1,551.29; Sturgeon Falls, 1,487.83; Tecumseh, 
1,122.38; Thessalon, 364.61; Thornbury, 443.09; Thorold, 2,929.04; Tilbury, 
975.44; Tillsonburg, 2,470.47; Timmins, 15,296.79; Trenton, 3,655.91; Trout 
Creek, 85.11; Uxbridge, 676.44; Vankleek Hill, 530.89; Walkerton, 1,126.28; 
Wallaceburg, 2,585.23; Waterloo, 7,057.86; Webbwood, 114.32; Weston, 4,317.27; 
Whitby, 2,611.09; Wiarton, 673.61; Wingham, 1,073.17 294,404 30 

Villages: 

Acton, 810.56; Ailsa Craig, 207.11; Alvinston, 320.18; Arkona, 189.44.; Arthur, 
398.38; Athens, 316.37; Ayr, 412.42; Bancroft, 189.01; Barry's Bay, 146.70; 
Bath, 140.18; Beamsville, 745.31; Beaverton, 478.31; Beeton, 261.07; Belle River, 
395.47; Bloomfield, 402.08; Blyth, 365.43; Bobcaygeon, 414.21; Bolton, 304.80; 
Bradford, 494.95; Braeside,! 19.07; Brighton,672.27; Brussels, 397.05; Burk's Falls, 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS M_5 

Statutory — Continued 

Subsidy, 1 mill to Cities, Towns, etc. — Continued 

313.35; Caledonia, 713.44; Cannington, 429.33; Cardinal, 584.43; Casselman, 
247.13; Cayuga, 449.07; Chatsworth, 116.05; Chesterville, 415.67; Chippawa, 
877.05; Clifford, 226.21; Cobden, 235.65; Colborne, 345.17; Coldwater, 261.49; 
Courtright, 183.60; Creemore, 318.45; Crystal Beach, 698.25; Delhi, 1,464.30; 
Deloro, 178.85; Drayton, 311.91; Dundalk, 371.82; Dutton, 431.60; Eganville, 
344.80; Elora, 599.44; Embro, 227.77; Erieau, 266.66; Erie Beach, 87.12; Erin, 
194.80; Exeter, 870.05; Fenelon Falls, 545.29; Fergus, 1,414.79; Finch, 209.86; 
Flesherton, 190.57; Fonthill, 354.52; Forest Hill, 14,800.41; Frankford, 267.84; 
Glencoe, 475.57; Grand Valley, 246.51; Hagersville, 649.42; Hastings, 264.49; 
Havelock, 386.50; Hensall, 385.49; Hepworth, 88.10; Highgate, 164.00; Hilton 
Beach, 59.35; Humberstone, 879.66; Iroquois, 458.02; Jarvis, 223.50; Kemptville, 
594.26; Killaloe Station, 122.88; Lakefield, 636.16; Lanark, 157.90; Lancaster, 
184.63; Lion's Head, 113.90; Long Branch, 1,764.73; L'Orignal, 178.29; Lucan, 
327.25; Lucknow, 404.36; Madoc, 359.37; Magnetawan, 40.42; Markdale, 347.21; 
Markham, 564.49; Marmora, 288.99; Maxville, 289.37; Merrickville, 334.55; 
Mildmay, 266.28; Millbrook, 262.53; Milverton, 655.70; Morrisburg, 656.36; 
Neustadt, 144.48; Newboro, 104.57; Newburgh, 126.21; Newbury, 79.78; New- 
castle, 291.09; New Hamburg, 819.89; Norwich, 673.20; Norwood, 290.61; Oil 
Springs, 197.72; Omemee, 258.96; Paisley, 301.84; Point Edward, 837.97; Port 
Carling, 387.41; Port Credit, 1,474.90; Port Dalhousie, 929.46; Port Dover, 
998.57; Port Elgin, 647.02; Port McNicoll, 575.40; Port Perry, 654.12; Port 
Rowan, 355.87; Portsmouth, 156.49; Port Stanley, 1,011.69; Port Sydney, 68.35; 
Richmond, 149.62; Richmond Hill, 951.60; Ripley, 181.37; Rockcliffe Park, 
3,165.46; Rodney, 417.08; Rosseau, 128.99; St. Clair Beach, 349.27; Shallow Lake, 
52.90; Shelburne, 519.75; South River, 265.69; Springfield, 181.20; Stirling, 
445.43; Stoney Creek, 518.81; Stouffville, 664.09; Streetsville, 371.68; Sturgeon 
Point, 110.00; Sundridge, 183.56; Sutton, 645.70; Swansea, 4,881.20; Tara, 
255.48; Tavistock, 578.45; Teeswater, 383.80; Thamesville, 499.13; Thedford, 
237.27; Thornloe, 26.30; Tiverton, 88.68; Tottenham, 247.70; Tweed, 570.35; 
Victoria Harbour, 216.78; Vienna, 96.71; Wardsville, 90.63; Waterdown, 575.58; 
Waterford, 724.03 ; Watford, 512.00 ; Wellington, 771.84 ; West Lome, 
346.82; Westport, 332.15; Wheatley, 376.29; Winchester, 487.04; Windermere, 
85.91 ; Woodbridge, 415.53; Woodville, 189.39; Wyoming, 159.51 84,393 72 

Townships: 

Adelaide, 2,343.54; Adjala, 1,480.10; Admaston, 853.32; Adolphustown, 327.37; 
Albemarle, 302.21; Alberton, 142.88; Albion, 1,470.33; Aldborough, 3,238.43; 
Alfred, 1,689.85; Algona North, 91.54; Algona South, 78.08; Alice and Fraser, 
552.84; Alnwick, 458.27; Amabel, 941.81; Amaranth, 1,677.88; Ameliasburgh, 
1,510.12; Amherst Island, 275.32; Ancaster, 3,392.11; Anderdon, 2,272.59; 
Anson and Hindon, 38.46; Armour, 185.84; Armstrong, 147.89; Arran, 1,547.60; 
Artemesia, 1,150.13; Arthur, 2,144.02; Ashfield, 2,389.50; Asphodel, 854.12; 
Assiginack, 277.13; Athol, 672.50; Atwood, 96.98; Augusta, 1,271.36; Bagot and 
Blithfield, 183.93; Baldwin, 31.94; Balfour, 151.66; Bangor, Wicklow and Mc- 
Clure, 67.23; Barrie, 58.11; Barrie Island, 47.27; Barton, 1,715.93; Bastard and 
Burgess South, 1,670.59; Bathurst, 1,168.50; Bayham, 2,261.44; Beckwith, 
798.85; Bedford, 318.84; Belmont and Methuen, 228.53; Bentinck, 1,227.42; 
Bertie, 4,547.37; Beverly, 2,814.67; Bexley, 246.90; Biddulph, 2,157.12; Billings 
and Allan, 138.12; Binbrook, 1,077.00; Blandford, 1,280.09; Blanshard, 2,111.90; 
Blenheim, 3,181.58; Blezard, 135.37; Blue, 39.87; Bonfield, 123.04; Bosanquet, 
2,599.48; Brant, 2,458.30; Brantford, 6,330.33; Brethour, 73.82; Brighton, 
1,074.42; Brock, 2,623.12; Bromley, 1,036.00; Brooke, 2,603.72; Brougham, 65.85; 
Bruce, 1,868.73; Brudenell and Lyndoch, 126.75; Brunei, 112.69; Bucke, 
254.17; Burford, 2,828.88; Burgess North, 510.75; Burleigh and Anstruther, 
142.18; Burpee, 47.68; Caistor, 823.46; Caldwell, 308.23; Caledon, 1,866.00; 
Caledonia, 1,018.27; Calvert, 539.49; Calvin, 77.52; Cambridge, 1,550.95; Cam- 
den East, 1,654.03; Camden, 1,766.07; Cameron, 55.35; Canborough, 604.52; 
Caradoc, 2,838.92; Carden, 245.52; Cardiff, 65.32; Cardwell, 89.41; Carling, 
135.81; Carlow, 64.88; Carnarvon, 192.74; Carrick, 2,277.07; Cartwright, 
1,080.24; Casey, 171.79; Casimir, Jennings and Appleby, 191.17; Cavan, 
1,533.37; Cavuga North, 1,214.14; Cayuga South, 486.49; Chaffey, 170.27; 
Chamberlain, 80.90; Chandos, 102.26; Chapleau, 1,006.72; Chapman, 130.81; 
Chappie, 457.72; Charlottenburgh, 2,658.13; Charlotteville, 2,374.97; Chat- 
ham, 5,408.37; Chinguacousy, 3,896.34; Chisholm, 165.97; Christie, 92.57; 
Clarence, 2,038.41; Clarendon and Miller, 71.94; Clarke, 1,942.88; Clinton, 
1,828.47; Cockburn Island, 73.06; Colborne, 1,327.36; Colchester North, 1,252.80; 
Colchester South, 2,390.96; Coleman, 295.81; Collingwood, 1,436.36; Conmee, 



M 6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statutory — Continued 

Subsidy, 1 mill to Cities, Towns, etc. — Continued 

135.57; Cornwall, 6,799.77; Cosby and Mason, 90.40; Cramahe, 984.86; 
.Crosby North, 444.11; Crosby South, 926.87; Crowland, 3,790.78; Culross, 
1,709.75; Cumberland, 2,848.62; Dack, 102.69; Dalhousie and North Sher- 
brooke, 387.55; Dalton, 107.62; Darling, 95.26; Darlington, 2,393.46; Dawn, 
2,449.66; Day and Bright Additional, 55.75; Delaware, 1,148.49; Denbigh, 
Abinger and Ashby, 80.77; Derby, 1,175.09; Dereham, 3,468.78; Dilke, 66.57; 
Dorchester North, 3,089.85; Dorchester South, 1,694.95; Douro, 872.31; Dover, 
4,109.83; Dowling, 75.31 ; Downie, 2,599.09; Draper, 119.67; Drummond, 1,124.86; 
Drury, Denison and Graham, 173.06; Dumfries North, 2,472.44; Dumfries 
South, 2,603.62; Dummer, 745.67; Dungannon, 84.00; Dunn, 530.94; Dunwich, 
3,460.55; Dymond, 302.77; Dysart, Guilford, Harburn, Dudley, Harcourt, Bru- 
ton, Havelock, Eyre and Clyde, 578.69; Easthope North, 2,054.69; Easthope 
South, 1,242.42; Eastnor, 482.50; Edwardsburg, 1,107.47 ; Egremont, 1,836.20; 
Ekfrid, 2,288.02; Elderslie, 1,940.00; Eldon, 1,237.21; Elizabethtown, 1,364.96; 
Ellice, 2,377.90; Elma, 3,175.97; Elmsley North, 647.37; Elmsley South, 476.56; 
Elzevir and Grimsthorpe, 223.43; Emily, 1,497.97; Emo, 397.80; Enniskillen, 
2,651.15; Ennismore, 333.43; Eramosa, 2,115.98; Erin, 2,093.26; Ernesttown, 
1,448.19; Escott, Front of, 468.16; Esquesing, 2,283.69; Essa, 1,811.92; Etobi- 
coke, 8,555.00; Euphemia, 1,055.46; Euphrasia, 1,805.16; Evanturel, 116.03; 
Faraday, 56.64; Fauquier, 100.85; Fenelon, 1,444.61; Ferris East, 164.55; Ferris 
West, 492.18; Field, 133.90; Finch, 1,740.91; Fitzroy, 1,463.39; Flamborough 
East, 2,723.92; Flamborough West, 2,116.30; Flos, 2,029.10; Foley, 150.79; 
Franklin, 513.13; Fredericksburgh North, 679.96; Fredericksburgh South, 640.58; 
Freeman, 240.42; Fullarton, 2,274.98; Gainsboro, 1,332.38; Galway and Caven- 
dish, 57.20; Garafraxa East, 1,146.62; Garafraxa West, 1,542.55; Georgina, 
1,065.04; Gillies, 68.17; Glackmeyer, 156.20; Glamorgan, 55.85; Glanford, 
1,376.01; Glenelg, 1,022.65; Gloucester, 6.930.55; Goderich, 1,606.97; Gordon 
and Allan, 145.00; Gosfield North, 1,981.11; Gosfield South, 2,929.57; Goulburn, 
1,254.63; Gower North, 1,331.48; Gower South, 329.77; Grantham, 1,862.80; 
Grattan, 268.00; Greenock, 1,781.02; Grey, 2,728.81; Griffith and Matawatchan, 
41.37; Grimsby North, 1,652.29; Grimsby South, 861.22; Guelph, 2,288.10; 
Gwillimbury East, 1,812.92; Gwillimbury North, 2,242.40; Gwillimbury West, 
1,946.16; Hagar, 74.85; Hagarty and Richards, 206.35; Hagerman, 71.84; Haldi- 
mand, 1,229.57; Hallam, 51.85; Hallowell, 1,960.71; Hamilton, 2,152.66; Han- 
mer, 96.40; Harley, 190.30; Harris, 74.04; Harvey, 220.47; Harwich, 4,140.29; 
Hawkesbury East, 2,610.52; Hawkesbury West, 754.26; Hay, 2,424.25; Head, 
Clara and Maria, 75.76; Hibbert, 2,093.44; Hilliard, 105.00; Hillier, 1,109.10; 
Hilton, 78.87; Himsworth North, 205.75; Himsworth South, 228.53; Hinchin- 
brooke, 215.52; Holland, 1,158.00; Hope, 2,085.82; Horton, 600.25; Houghton, 
1.049.76; Howard, 2,996.31; Howe Island, 120.48; Howick, 2,955.58; Howland, 
198.34; Hudson, 148.08; Hullett, 2,846.51; Humberstone, 2,730.74; Humphrey, 
196.31; Hungerford, 1,523.55; Huntingdon, 906.86; Huntley, 1.008.34; Huron, 
2,247.85; Ignace, 175.00; Innisfil, 3,617.08; Jaffray and Melick, 238.10; James, 
136.45; Jocelyn, 71.55; Johnson, 190.99; Joly, 69.94; Kaladar, Anglesea and 
Effiingham, 118.29; Kennebec, 114.01; Kenyon, 1,361.61 ; Keppel, 1,285.45; Kerns, 
252.50; Kincardine, 1,824.80; King, 4,212.92; Kingston, 1,541.09; Kinloss, 
1,437.67; Kitley, 872.35; Korah, 645.75; Laird, 136.96; Lanark, 803.52; Lancaster, 
1,994.67; La Vallee, 160.24; Lavant, 63.45; Laxton, Digby and Longford, 166.72; 
Leeds and Lansdowne, Front, 1,972.68; Leeds and Lansdowne, Rear, 1,502.09; 
Limerick, 63.28; Lindsay, 114.67; Lobo, 2,299.60; Lochiel, 1,917.59; Logan, 
2,858.49; London, 8,039.08; Longueuil, 450.41; Loughborough, 451.21; Louth, 
1,718.13; Luther East, 941.20; Luther West, 1,063.60; Lutterworth, 58.93; 
Macaulay, 121.94; Macdonald, Meredith and Aberdeen, 145.71; Machar, 87.11; 
Machin, 329.39; Madoc, 794.18; Maidstone, 3,590.75; Malahide, 2,998.60; 
Maiden, 2,431.36; Manvers, 1,131.66; Mara, 1,787.04; March, 622.34; Mariposa, 
2,822.66; Markham, 5,201.52; Marlborough, 511.31; Marmora and Lake, 432.52; 
Martland, 105.43; Maryborough, 2,187.06; Marysburgh North, 676.92; Marys- 
burgh South, 655.16; Matchedash, 192.18; Matilda, 1,772.83; Mattawan, 23.68; 
Mayo, 37.00; McCrosson and Tovell, 64.04; McDougall, 391.05; McGillivray, 
2,773.06; Mclrvine, 167.33; McKellar, 93.95; McKillop, 2,844.99; McKim, 
676.29; McLean, 192.13; McMurrich, 128.94; McNab, 995.95; Medonte, 1,083.13; 
Medora and Wood, 1,472.61; Melancthon, 1,750.59; Mersea, 4,207.25; Metcalfe, 
1,476.20; Middleton, 1,608.67; Minden, 155.71; Minto, 2,323.49; Monaghan 
North, 1,119.23; Monaghan South, 665.69; Monck, 689.67; Monmouth, 74.26; 
Mono, 1,741.56; Montague, 672.31; Monteagle and Herschel, 103.36; Moore, 
3,157.35; Morley and Patullo, 264.85; Mornington, 2,279.36; Morris, 2,046.11; 
Morrison, 221.12; Morson, 28.86; Mosa, 1,466.10; Moulton, 800.47; Mountain, 
1,491.77; Mulmur, 1,402.52; Murray, 1,190.50; Muskoka, 393.13; Nairn, 190.00; 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS M 7 

Statutory — Continued 

Subsidy, 1 mill to Cities, Towns, etc. — Continued 

Nassagaweya, 1,462.61; Neebing, 738.26; Neelon and Garson, 417.26; Nelson, 
3,930.62; Nepean, 6,648.97; Niagara, 1,957.29; Nichol, 1,213.26; Nipigon, 985.12; 
Nipissing, 149.27; Nissouri East, 2,695.34; Nissouri West, 2,412.65; Normanby, 
2,203.03; Norwich North, 1,927.08; Norwich South, 1,620.34; Nottawasaga, 
2,748.24; Oakland, 616.65; Oakley, 82.60; O'Connor, 86.01; Olden, 184.86; 
Oliver, 565.42; Oneida, 1,595.14; Onondaga, 1,130.55; Ops, 1,922.23; Orford, 
2,006.15; Orillia, 1,209.33; Oro, 1,712.21; Osgoode, 2,091.52; Osnabruck, 1,832.71; 
Oso, 192.14; Osprey, 1,045.59; Otonabee, 1,903.34; Oxford (on Rideau), 864.75; 
Oxford East, 1,909.85; Oxford North, 1,314.02; Oxford West, 1,519.80; Paipoonge, 
688.38; Pakenham, 835.10; Palmerston and North and South Canonto, 67.16; 
Papineau, 58.99; Peel, 2,742.00; Pelee, 468.30; Pelham, 2,008.77; Pembroke, 
181.79; Percy, 932.80; Perry, 192.29; Petawawa, 164.14; Pickering, 4,011.02; 
Pilkington, 1,186.43; Pittsburg, 844.50; Plantagenet, North 1,495.55; Plantagenet 
South, 1,560.33; Playfair, 135.40; Plummer Additional, 193.55; Plympton, 
2,776.90; Portland, 704.03; Prince, 82.80; Proton, 1,458.70; Puslinch, 2,161.21; 
Radcliffe, 62.43; Raglan, 55.04; Rainham, 1,231.67; Raleigh, 3,735.10; Rama, 
309.15; Ramsay, 1,334.20; Ratter and Dunnet, 282.80; Rawdon, 1,705.52; Ray- 
side, 145.96; Reach, 2,039.15; Richmond, 1,008.31; Ridout, 219.19; Rochester, 
1,860.85; Rolph, Buchanan, Wylie and McKay, 125.29; Romney, 1,579.08; 
Ross, 852.34; Roxborough, 1,737.51; Russell, 1,988.91; Rutherford and George 
Island, 71.87; Ryde, 60.26; Ryerson, 179.84; St. Edmunds, 149.58; St. Joseph, 
332.38; Saint Vincent, 1,381.33; Salter, May and Harrow, 160.61; Saltfleet, 
4,806.07; Sandfield, 50.10; Sandwich East, 2,447.85; Sandwich South, 1,715.00; 
Sandwich West, 2,371.46; Sarawak, 225.37; Sarnia, 2,528.66; Saugeen, 1,173.88; 
Scarborough, 11,247.46; Schreiber, 478.70; Scott, 1,377.22; Scugog, 367.20; 
Sebastopol, 61.36; Seneca, 1,740.09; Seymour, 1,157.23; Shackleton and Machin, 
79.65; Sheffield, 708.83; Sherborne, McClintock, Livingstone, Lawrence and 
Nightingale, 89.51; Sherbrooke, 199.68; Sherbrooke South, 234.52; Sherwood, 
Jones and Burns, 147.90; Shuniah, 1,016.45; Sidney, 2,675.64; Smith, 1,916.07; 
Snowdon, 77.81; Sombra, 3,051.52; Somerville, 270.00; Sophiasburgh, 1,054.22; 
Southwold, 3,309.42; Springer, 200.49; Stafford, 646.70; Stamford, 8,179.00; 
Stanhope, 76.27; Stanley, 2,191.10; Stephen, 2,858.16; Stephenson, 200.31; 
Stisted, 94.84; Storrington, 487.13; Strong, 166.89; Sullivan, 1,678.20; Sunnidale, 
1,669.23; Sydenham, 1,768.07; Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional, 118.61; Taren- 
torus, 456.95; Tay, 1,178.34; Teck, 18,566.85; Tecumseth, 2,735.56; Tehkummah, 
94.52; Thessalon and Lefroy, 189.35; Thompson, 37.65; Thorah, 1,346.07; 
Thorold, 3,072.84; Thurlow, 3,481.39; Tilbury East, 2,571.89; Tilbury North, 
1,568.65; Tilbury West, 1,282.47; Tiny, 1,559.23; Tisdale, 16,825.55; Torbolton, 
425.76; Toronto, 5,923.18; Toronto Gore, 890.00; Tosorontio, 756.37; Townsend, 
3,575.12; Trafalgar, 5,043.22; Tuckersmith, 2,163.37; Tudor and Cashel, 90.12; 
Turnberry, 1,227.99; Tyendinaga, 1,514.00; Usborne, 2,619.38; Uxbridge, 
1,013.43; Van Home, 196.06; Vaughan, 4,381.76; Verulam, 1,281.28; Vespra, 
1,472.68; Wainfleet, 2,296.36; Wallace, 2,028.00; Walpole, 2,705.03; Walsingham, 
North, 1,679.35; Walsingham South, 1,198.45; Warwick, 2,862.23; Waterloo, 
5,185.25; Waters, 73.75; Watt, 227.02; Wawanosh East, 1,355.98; Wawanosh 
West, 1,894.47; Wellesley, 3,676.24; Westmeath, 1,817.79; Westminster, 6,760.34; 
Whitby, 1,807.06; Whitby East, 2,352.08; Whitchurch, 2,490.66; Whitney, 
3,091.99; Wicksteed, 380.05; Widdifield, 211.64; Wilberforce, 433.21; Williams 
East, 1,453.33; Williams West, 1,120.55; Williamsburgh, 1,673.39; Willoughby, 
787.26; Wilmot, 4,770.30; Winchester, 1,729.85; Windham, 3,961.67; Wolfe 
Island, 649.27; Wolford, 679.49; Wollaston, 83.41; Woodhouse, 2,076.09; Wool 
wich, 3,055.36; Worthington, 47.29; Yarmouth, 4,962.57; Yonge, Front of , 503.30; 
Yonge and Escott, Rear, 393.26; York, 27,672.67; York East, 15,210.10; York 
North, 13,451.19; Zone, 626.40; Zorra East, 3,223.43; Zorra West, 2,812.99 847,763 95 

Miscellaneous: 

Burlington Beach Commission, 1,707.32; Presqu'ile Park Commission, 159.87... 1,867 19 

Total Expenditure, Department of Municipal Affairs, $3,090,606 50 



PART N 



DEPARTMENT 



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PRIME MINISTER 



FISCAL YEAR, 1942-43 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Prime Minister's Office 5 

Office of Executive Council 5 

Travel and Publicity Bureau 5 

Office of Civil Service Commissioner 6 

Office of King's Printer 6 

Office of Controller of Finances 7 

Statutory: 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Fund 7 

Special Warrant 7 

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1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER N 5 



DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER 

Hon. G. D. Conant, Premier and President of the Council (Statutory, see pages N 7 ; B 24) 
Hon. Mitchell F. Hepburn, Premier and President of the Council (Statutory, see pages N 7; Q 13) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($14,672.94) 
Permanent: 

C. J. Foster General Secretary 4,500 00 

R. A. Gaskin, 2,100.00; P. B. Gregory, 583.33; M. M. Hood, 1,500.00; A. M. 
Howe, 875.00; J. A. Kerr, 849.96; A. V. Lyman, 2,200.00; M. M. Pearce, 125.00; 
W. M. Ross, 1,233.33 13,966.62 

Temporary: 

W. J. Campbell 706 32 

Travelling Expenses ($57.37) 

A. W. Nicol 57 37 

• Maintenance ($2,142.67) 

Allcock, Laight, Westwood Co., Ltd., 101.85; King's Printer, 548.66; News- 
papers and periodicals, 139.00; telegrams, 569.27; telephone, 634.32; accounts 
under $100, 149.57 2,142 67 

Cost of Living Bonus ($7,644.58) 
Sundry employees 7,644 58 

Main Office $24,517 56 



OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

Salaries ($10,867.20) 



Permanent: 

C. F. Bulmer Clerk of the Executive Council 4,633 87 

I. V. Leaman, 1,433.33; B. Long, 1,150.00; H. A. Stewart, 2,233.33; J. J. Young, 

1,416.67 10,867 20 

Maintenance ($477.94) 

Department of Highways, 114.13;- King's Printer, 337.88; Accounts under $100, 

25.93 477 94 

Office of Executive Council $11 ,345 14 

TRAVEL AND PUBLICITY BUREAU 

Salaries ($15,826.23) 
Permanent : 

M. E. Ainslie, 1,533.33; E. K. Hollier, 1,000.00; M. V. Jackson, 1,233.33; H. M. 
James, 656.25; M. A. Lee, 1,075.00; J. E. Murdoch, 150.00; D. R. Oliver, 5,200.00; 
J. S. Trenouth, 1,150.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re 
Enlistment, 120.00 12,117 91 

Temporary: 

M. Devane, 1,233.32; J. C. Flynn, 975.00; D. H. Mclntyre, 1,500.00 3,708 32 

Printing and Distributing Booklets, etc. ($209,147.79) 

Travelling Expenses: 

M. E. Ainslie, 9.00; M. Devane, 6.62; W. Lang, 141.04; D. R. Oliver, 58.32 214 98 



N 6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Travel and Publicity Bureau — Continued 

Printing and Distributing Booklets, etc. — Continued 

Advertising, Radio Publicity, Booklets — Printing, Distributing, etc.: 

Bomac Electrotype Co., Ltd., 531.26; Bomac Engravers, Ltd., 2,193.&1; Brigdens, 
Ltd., 361.20; Canadian Association of Tourists and Publicity Bureaus, 100.00; 
G. A. Davis Printing Co., Ltd., 286.55; King's Printer, 3,854.03; Northern Ontario 
Tourist Trade Association, 100.00; Sundry Persons, services distributing book- 
lets, etc., 510.97; Walsh Advertising Co., Ltd., 199,613.06; Accounts under 

$100, 178.89 207,729 77 

Miscellaneous: 

G. B. Blundy, 145.00; W. Lang, 245.00; Cartage, express and freight, 202.03; 

newspapers and periodicals, 29.50; postage, 405.50; telegrams, 26.66; telephone, 

65.74; accounts under $100, 89.24 1,208 67 

Less Refund, sale of lumber, 1941-1942 5.63 

1,203 04 

Travel and Publicity Bureau $224,974 02 

OFFICE OF CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONER 

C. J. Foster, Commissioner 

Salaries ($11,906.50) 

Permanent: . 

B. F. Beer, 437.90; M. W. Bertram, 283.06; D. M. Bonham, 120.97; N. F. Brown, 
1,189.58; J. O. Brydone, 962.50; M. E. Firth, 1,081.25; F. V. Glenney, 2,375.00; 

C. A. Godfrey, 758.35; C. M. Harper, 1,458.33; C. A. Lawrie, 541.65; A. C. 
Nickerson, 550.00; J. L. Rickaby, 525.00; G. B. Smithson, 750.00 11,033 59 

Temporary: 

M. W. Bertram, 173.31; E. H. Hall, 324.60; M. E. Joyce, 225.00; G. B. Smithson, 

150.00 872 91 

Maintenance ($1,105.85) 
King's Printer, 1,033.43; Accounts under $100, 72.42 1,105 85 

Office of Civil Service Commissioner $13,012 35 

OFFICE OF KING'S PRINTER 

Salaries ($22,749.17) 
Permanent : 

T. E. Bowman, 3,266.67; W. F. Caldwell, 2,000.00; P. L. Chandler, 1,766.67; 
R. Edwards, 200.00; H. A. Fallis, 487.50; S. M. Fallis, 1,266.67; A. L. Fleming, 
175.00; F. F. Fogg, 800.00; H. A. Knowles, 487.50; J. N. Lea, 1,333.33; D. 
McWatters, 1,233.33; J. Neill, 400.00; H. Petley, 1,424.97; A. L. Prout, 825.00; 
P. D. Shea, 1,966.67; F. W. Sprague, 1,458.33; A. Whelan, 1,900.00; Public 
Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 16.00 21,007 64 

Temporary: 

R. Littleford, 3.63; J. Neill, 375.00; C. J. F. Price, 1,362.90 1,741 53 

Maintenance ($1,806.67) 

King's Printer, 1,551.34; Walsh & Ross Typewriter Co., 127.00; Telephone, 

26.57; accounts under $100, 101.76 1,806 67 

Cartage ($88.14) 
Department of Highways 88 14 

Official Gazette ($4,768.53) 
King's Printer 4,768 53 

Office of King's Printer $29,412 51 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER N 7 



Permanent: 



OFFICE OF CONTROLLER OF FINANCES 
Salaries ($11,800.00) 



C. S. Walters Controller of Finances and Deputy Pro- 
vincial Treasurer $10,000 00 

W. Tobin 1,800 00 

11,800 00 

Office of Controller of Finances $1 1,800 00 

STATUTORY 
Prime Minister's Salary ($11,995.00) 

Hon. G. D. Conant 5 months. . . 4,997 94 

Hon. Mitchell F. Hepburn 7 " 6,997 06 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Fund 

Administration Expenses of the Board ($4,492.04) 

Salaries ($4,013.71) 

Permanent: 

H. M. Bond, 856.25; M. G. Evely, 1,075.00; C. J. Foster, 400.00; M. I. Smith, 

1,025.00; M. W. Smith, 550.00 3,906 25 

Temporary: 

M. C. Thomson 107 46 

Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 434.33; Accounts under $100, 44.00 478 33 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds ($922,903.58) 
Allowances: 

Superannuates and Beneficiaries 747,223 19 

Lump Sum Payments: 

Beneficiaries under Section 28 9,347 98 

" 29, Contributions 5,046 52 

" 29, Interest 820 97 

5,867 49 

" 39 4,680 16 

19,895163 

Refunds: 

Contributors— Contributions, 137,824.52; Interest, 17,960.24 155,784^76 

Statutory $939,390 62 

SPECIAL WARRANT 

To Pay Expenses Covering the Rental of a Tent and Electrical Charges at the 
"Fair for Britain" held in Toronto, August 24th to September 12th, 1942 ($1,200.00) 

J. W. Conklin 1,200 00 

Total Expenditure, Department of the Prime Minister, $1,255,652 20 



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H. A. Cotnam, Provincial Auditor (Statutory, see below) 

Salaries ($91,116.88) 
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ly H. Aitken, 1,641.67; J. Allan, 2,141.67; W. F. Behan, 1,733.33; F. Boyd, 
1,283.33; H. E. Budd, 993.55; M. M. Capllng, 1,197.92; H. L. Cheesman, 
2,100.00; H. G. Cochran, 2,462.50; W. E. Crampton, 2,041.67; R. B. Cranston, 
2,250.00; M. I. Curran, 1,200.00; R. J. Davidson, 2,241.67; F. Delves, 1,500.00; 
J. W. Donaldson, 1,741.67; G. H. Evans, 1,641.67; H. Gourley, 1,741.67; C. F. 
Harris, 2,400.00; R. L. Hatton, 533.32; A. H. Hawkins, 2,133.33; C. B. Hayward, 
1,441.67; W. H. Hewitt, 2,550.00; H. Hollinsworth, 1,633.33; T. J. Ingoldsby, 
2,000.00; J. M. Kruspe, 1,125.00; F. H. Lee, 2,133.33; L. J. Leigh, 2,762.50; 
R. Loghrin, 1,133.28; H. H. MacFadyen, 3,000.00; G. C. Mackay, 2,100.00; 
J. E. Maclean, 2,233.33; W. S. Marr, 1,633.33; T. W. McEachern, 2,200.00; 
J. G. McKeddie, 1,933.33; L. M. McLeod, 1,050.00; A. B. Meiklejohn, 1,099.98; 
R. V. Metcalfe, 1,733.33; J. A. Milling, 2,100.00; J. Milne, 1,997.36; M. D. 
Rankin, 1,933.33; J. A. Robinson, 1,483.33; J. Scott, 2,100.00; G. H. Spence, 
3,666.67; W. B. Starratt, 2,612.50; R. Stewart, 1,741.67; D. E. Strong, 639.81; 
W. A. Train, 2,241.67; C. V. Watson, 2,100.00; K. L. Webster, 375.00; Public 
Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 270.74 88,003 46 

Temporary: 

E. H. Armstrong, 935.08; G. A. Oliver, 822.29; M. W. Saunders, 693.55; E. 

Winram, 662.50 3,113 42 

Travelling Expenses ($1,895.24) 

J. Allan, 632.50; R. B. Cranston, 494.56; H. H. MacFadyen, 315.30; J. G. Mc- 
Keddie, 293.31; A. B. Meiklejohn, 43.90; G. A. Oliver, 110.55; Accounts 

under $25, 5.12 1,895 24 



Maintenance ($2,739.48) 

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King's Printer, 2,567.89; Newspapers and periodicals, 27.00; accounts under 

$100, 144." 



Cost of Living Bonus ($12,168.53) 

Sundry Employees 12,168 53 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($19.10) 
Postmaster, stamps purchased, 38.83; less refund of employees' contribution, 19.73. . 19 10 

STATUTORY 

Provincial Auditor's Salary ($6,000.00) 
H. A. Cotnam 6,000 00 

Total Expenditure, Provincial Auditor's Office $113,939.23 



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DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

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Registrar-General's Branch 6 

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Ontario Reformatories: 

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Mercer, Toronto 12 

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DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY 

Hon. N. O. Hipel, Minister (Statutory, see page I 19) 
Hon. H. C. Nixon, Minister (Statutory, see page P 17) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($42,979.32) 
Permanent: 

F. V. Johns Assistant Provincial Secretary 5,200 00 

R. B. Allan, 1,106.25; S. J. Armstrong, 400.00; G. R. Baker; 1,200.00; W. F. 
Carpenter, 1,125.00; V. I. Couling, 1,533.33; R. J. Cudney, 2,966.67; M. G. 
Dale, 257.26; A. J. Daly, 268.95; W. E. Darke, 1,633.33; G. M. Duffy, 1,300.00; 

G. C. Dunsford, 1,125.00; I. Edmunds, 1,500.00; G. Hopper, 1,200.00; N. E. 
Johns, 1,050.00; E. Laister, 1,200.00; L. M. Lalonde, 1,233.33; J. K. Livingston, 
1,300.00; F. Mason, 1,125.00; E. I. McCormack, 1,125.00; J. M. McWhinnie, 
568.75; G. C. F. Meredith, 1,600.00; R. M. Predam, 2,000.00; E. M. Rice, 
1,800.00; M. L. Scott, 1,050.00; I. E. Stainton, 218.95; E. L. Tilden, 1,533.33; 
M. G. Ward, 325.00; G. E. Webb, 472.50; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 
Contribution re Enlistments, 141.00 37,558 65 

Temporary: 

E. G. Bryan, 925.00; J. A. Coleman, 881.25; M. G. Dale, 667.74; A. J. Daly, 
729.59; T. H. Hall, 375.00; R. R. Hosier, 437.50; O. C. Mowat, 75.00; I. E. 
Stainton, 729.59; M. G. Ward, 600.00 5,420 67 

Travelling Expenses $25.75) 

R. J. Cudney, 5.75; Car tickets, 20.00 25 75 

Maintenance ($10,039.60) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., 113.40; King's Printer, 9,419.25; Newspapers and periodicals, 

57.00; telegrams, 33.17; telephone, 141.13; accounts under $100, 275.65 10,039^60 

Cost of Living Bonus ($12,574.66) 
Sundry Employees 12,574 66 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($178.58) 
Postmaster, stamps purchased, 337.02, less refund of employees' contribution, 158.44 178 58 

Main Office $65,797 91 

REGISTRAR-GENERAL'S BRANCH 

Salaries ($77,770.54) 
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S. J. Armstrong, 437.50; G. F. Avis, 1,500.00; A. D. Barrett, 1,183.33; R. H. 
Baxter 275.00; I. C. Benham, 612.90; I. S. Bethune, 975.00; F. H. Bindon, 
1,700.00; M. M. Campbell, 675.00; R: H. Chivers, 273.39; D. S. B. Cook, 662.50; 
M. K. Courtney, 1,025.00; I. W. Curry, 1,600.00; F. M. Dion, 1,125.00; M. E. 
Easson, 700.00; M. Follett, 174.11; E. Fowler, 1,200.00; D. L. Fraser, 215.32; 
M. E. French, 303.23; C. H. George, 1,700.00; E. M. Griffiss, 1,000.00; D. Hally, 
1,600.00; G. G. Hill, 1,152.08; D. C. Hollett, 270.66; G. Hughes, 1,233.33; 

C. H. Johnson, 1,700.00; M. M. Johnston, 700.00; G. W. Jones, 2,100.00; I. M. 
Judson, 1,150.00; W. F. Kell, 1,700.00; O. D. Leaf, 1,200.00; E. G. Livingstone, 
300.00; M. V. MacDonnell, 675.00; S. J. Manchester, 2,600.00; J. V. Marshall, 
700.00; M. M. J. McLean, 1,200.00; K. McLeod, 1,200.00; H. M. Oliver, 150.00; 

F. M. Port, 1,200.00; S. A. Quillman, 1,200.00; G. A. Read, 678.13; P. E. Robbins, 
1,125.00; M. A. Rosebrugh, 300.00; G. Routcliffe, 1,800.00; W. D. Scott, 539.11; 
N. Sherman, 1,200.00; M. P. Slee, 437.50; M. C. Snetsinger, 1,200.00; J. M. 
Stevenson, 675.00; Y. Todd, 900.00; V. K. Tudhope, 1,150.00; H. C. Turnbull, 
668.75; M. J. W. Wait, 563.31; A. I. Wallace, 556.05; R. B. Wallace, 1,833.33; 
E. C. Warburton, 300.00; M. White, 1,200.00; J. V. C. Willoughby, 1,200.00; 

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Salaries — Continued 
Temporary: 

S. J. Armstrong, 243.75; R. H. Baxter, 175.00; I. C. Benham, 312.10; M. Boehme, 
397.58; R. Broddy, 900.00; M. M. Campbell, 225.00; R. H. Chivers, 626.61; 
P. A. Connelly, 1,062.50; H. R. Cook, 225.00; A. L. Courneyier, 900.00; D. W. 
Deighton, 165.00; D. K. Deitz, 343.75; M. J. Driscoll, 17.50; M. E. Easson, 
225.00; F. Everson, 1,081.25; M. Fetherstonhaugh-Wallace, 72.60; M. Follett, 
380.06; D. L. Fraser, 450.00; F. M. Frecker, 1,083.30; M. E. French, 621.77; 
J. Fulton, 653.22; M. M. Hambly, 687.50; M. A. Harding, 399.19; D. C. Hollett, 
205.59; W. E. Jeffrey, 659.27; M. M. Johnston, 206.25; E. G. Livingstone, 
208.47; M. V. MacDonnell, 193.54; J. V. Marshall, 225.00; H. M. Oliver, 225.00; 
M. A. Rosebrugh, 187.50; W. D. Scott, 610.88; W. Sewell, 1,033.32; M. P. Slee, 
252.08; B. W. Smith, 900.00; D. S. B. Sprunt, 206.25; J. M. Stevenson, 187.50; 

A. B. Third, 618.75; H. C. Turnbull, 206.25; M. J. W. Wait, 187.50; A. I. Wallace, 
187.50; E. M. Wallace, 881.25; E. C. Warburton, 190.21; L. Wilson, 150.00; 

J. C. Wreyford, 1,274.97; E. V. Wright, 206.25 20,451 01 

Travelling Expenses ($4.03) 
Department of Highways, 2.03 ; Car tickets, 2.00 . .^. . . ., ... „-, .« ...„.*, 4 03 

Maintenance ($15,080.48) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., 1,051.70; King's Printer, 13,267.56; Underwood Elliott Fisher, 

Ltd., 398.38; Whyte Hooke Paper Co., Ltd., 154.95; accounts under $100, 

207.89 15,080 48 

Registrar-General's Branch $92,855 05 

REFORMATORIES AND PRISONS BRANCH 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($32,556.05) 
Permanent: 

C. F. Neelands Deputy Provincial Secretary 5,600 00 

B. E. Batchelor, 1,000.00; F. C. Bellingham, 1,150.00; E. Carr, 1,300.00; V. M. 
Crawford, 1,200.00; J. H. Fisk, 1,766.67; T. M. Gourlay, 3,200.00; A. M. Hughes, 
1,200.00; L. M. Kennedy, 1,000.00; G. Kidd, 1,166.67; E. Lambie, 1,200.00; 
J. K. Lambie, 1,225.00; J. H. Masterson, 1,900.00; J. J. McAdam, 1,233.33; 
M. M. Milne, 437.50; M. H. Murray, 1,004.50; N. V. Noble, 1,300.00; J. A. G. 
Potter, 1,833.33; W. D. Watherston, 2,100.00; Public Service Superannuation 

Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 83.00 30,900 00 

Temporary: 

E. M. Harwood, 193.55; G. P. McLaren, 1,200.00; M. M. Milne, 262.50 1,656 05 

Travelling Expenses ($1,940.16) 

General : 

T. M. Gourlay, 884.14; R. M. Harden, 52.70; H. J. Hodgins, 49.13; G. Kidd, 
33.70; J. K. Lambie, 94.30; C. F. Neelands, 213.52; J. A. G. Potter, 149.50; 
W. D. Watherston, 89.60; Accounts under $25, 3.84 1,570 43 

Removal Expenses of Officers in Institutions: 

J. C. Cairns, 165.00; G. Kidd, 1S3.33; Accounts under $25, 21.40 369 73 

Maintenance ($3,703.49) 

King's Printer, 2,990.84; Newspapers and periodicals, 33.05; telegrams, 143.61; 

telephone, 493.26; accounts under $100, 42.73 3,703 49 

Legal Costs and Expenses Covering Sundry Investigations ($25.09) 
Sundry Persons, Inquiries re County Gaols 25 09 

Prisoners' Rehabilitation ($3,590.64) 

Prisoners' Rehabilitation Society, grant, 2,500.00; Sundry persons, assistance, 

1,090.64 3,590 64 



P_8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Reformatories and Prisons Branch — Continued 

Main Office — Continued 

Unforeseen and Unprovided ($100.00) 

St. James' Cemetery Board, upkeep of Reformatory Boys' plot in St. James' Ceme- 
tery, Penetanguishene, 20.00; Sundry persons, 80.00 100 00 

Prisoners' Removal and Other Expenses ($20,758.16) 

Travelling and Other Expenses of Bailiffs and Prisoners: 

E. Biggar, 788.69; A. G. Brown, 33.00; F. C. Christie, 37.95; H. Clifford, 59.95; 
J. S. Dickey, 88.95; J. H. Fisk, 10.358.55; Guelph Transportation Commission, 
1,365.00; R. M. Harden, 6,830.75; A. T. Humphreys, 41.55; W. Johnson, 
115.90; A. Landriault, 134.50; G. MacDonell, 296.84; A. McCallum, 718.77; 
C. Mclntyre, 31.00; E. McClelland, 50.25; I. McKay, 38.05; H. E. Peterkin, 

25.65; T. A. Ramage, 52.40; H. Stewart, 142.90; Accounts under 

$25, 155.65 21,366 30 

Less Municipalities' Proportion Refunded 14,868 49 

6,497 81 

Railway Fares, etc., of Discharged Prisoners: 

Canadian National Railways, 7,901.00; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 4,052.20; 
Industrial Farm, Burwash, Industries, 137.35; Mercer Reformatory, Toronto, 
599.98; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, Industries, 239.40; Sundry Bus Lines, 
495.40; Accounts under $100, 111.72 13,537 05 

Treatment of Prisoners in Hospitals and Sanatoria: 

Geraldton Clinic, 108.00; St. Joseph's Hospital, Guelph, 424.25; Toronto General 

Hospital, 159.10; Accounts under $100, 31.95 723 30 

Cost of Living Bonus ($68,192.28) 
Sundry Employees 68,192 28 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($356.43) 
Postmaster, stamps purchased, 731.38; less refund of employees' contribution, 374.95 356 43 

Compensation, Medical, Hospital and Other Accounts for Workmen Injured In 
Government Work as awarded by the Workmen's Compensation Board, 
including proportion of Administration Expenses ($2,201.38) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 2,201 38 

Grants 

Salvation Army for Prison and Police Court Work ($7,500.00) 
Grant 7,500 00 

Schools— City of Guelph and Guelph Township ($358.16) 
Guelph Collegiate Institute, 237.13; MacDonald Consolidated School, 121.03 358 16 

Training Schools ($71,999.50) 

St. John's, 28,991.25; St. Joseph's, 24,653.25; St. Mary's, 18,355.00 71,999 50 

Main Office, Reformatories and Prisons Branch $213,281 34 

BOARD OF PAROLE 
Salaries ($10,583.33) 

Permanent: 

M. Latimer, 1,200.00; S. A. Melrose, 1,333.33; V. Moore, 1,200.00; M. Mor- 
rison, 1,125.00; C. F. Swayze, 3,200.00; N. Topping, 825.00; G. R. Trumbell, 
1,700.00 10,583 33 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY P9 

Board of Parole — Continued 

Allowances and Expenses for Parole Board ($2,578. 17.) 

R. S. Clark, allowance, 255.00; expenses, 80.50; W. B. Common, expenses, 20.16; 
A. F. Hatch, allowance, 465.00; expenses, 485.11; L. J. Long, allowance, 505.00; 
expenses, 662.40; Mrs. D. Strachan, allowance, 105.00 2,578 17 

Expenses of Returning to Prison Parole Violators 
and Permit Violators ($8.50) 
Travelling Expenses: 

Mrs. A. McCallum 8 50 

Travelling Expenses ($896.95) 
W. B. Common, 238.61; C. F. Swayze, 619.33; Accounts under $25, 39.01 896 95 

Maintenance ($407.57) 
King's Printer, 294.49; Telephone, 65.20; accounts under $100, 47.88 407 57 

Board of Parole $14,474 52 

ONTARIO REFORMATORIES 

GUELPH 

Salaries ($166,999.50) 

E. P. Bradt, 2,600.00; E. S. Burrows, 832.00; S. Carter, 976.67; E. H. D. Childs, 
2,400.00; M. A. Cunningham, 1,283.33; J. H. Denver, 1,500.00; R. Donnell, 
1,500.00; G. S. Elkins, 1,200.00; J. R. Elliott, 3,400.00; H. G. Evans, 1,486.02; 
A. B. Falconbridge, 1,283.33; A. G. Ferguson, 1,200.00; T. W. Fox, 1,760.00; 
W. Guylee, 800.02; W. V. Harcourt, 1,000.00; R. M. Harden, 1,600.00; J. D. 
Heaslip, 5,000.00; D. S. Heron, 563.33; P. J. Hohenadel, 657.19; H. C. Hollings- 
head, 415.84; G. W. Ingle, 1,458.33; S. P. Loughrin, 1,500.00; W. L. Love, 
1,500.00; A. R. McDonald, 2,000.00; J. McGill, 1,600.00; G. A. Mellow, 3,000.00; 
E. Murray, 1,600.00; J. J. O'Connell, 1,500.00; J. Stewart, 1,600.00; M. B. 
Storie, 789.44; S. F. TenBroeck, 60.00; R. Tomlinson, 1,300.00; S. W. Walker, 
1,333.30; J. K. Waring, 1,499.94; T. S. Whitelaw, 179.30; Guards, 111,722.17; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 1,635.40. . . . 165,735 61 

Special Bonus — Sundry Employees 1,263 89 

Maintenance ($212,768.18) 

Travelling Expenses * 1,935 96 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 9,278 12 

Groceries and Provisions 89,475 13 

Fuel, Light ana Water 27,789 21 

Clothing 25,153 03 

Laundry and Cleaning 10, 108 80 

Furniture and Furnishings 3,482 97 

Office Expenses 3,325 56 

Farm Expenses 29,940 33 

Contingencies 12,279 07 

Travelling Expenses: 

E. P. Bradt, 350.64; E. H. D. Childs, 311.07; Edward Griffin, 391.85; R. M. 
Harden, 59.04; J. D. Heaslip, 527.62; M. F. Huether, 71.52; W. L. Love, 151.52; 
Accounts under $25, 72.70 1,935 96 

Expenses: 

J. R. Bailey, 100.00; Balfours, Ltd., 683.98; N. M. Bartlett Spray Works, 209.64; 
Beardmore & Co., Ltd., 1,347.36; Beatty Brothers, Ltd., 333.59; Beaver Laundry 
Machinery Co., Ltd., 252.32; Board of Light & Heat Commissioners, Guelph, 
1,642.39; Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 417.53; Borden Co., Ltd., 1,193.13; Bow- 
manville Glove & Mitt Co., Ltd., 607.50; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 
352.45; P. Burns & Co., Ltd., 669.27; R. Burns & Co., 1,370.90; Canada & Domin- 



P 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Reformatory, Guelph — Continued 
Maintenance — Continued 

ion Sugar Co., Ltd., 550.78; Canada Food Products, 118.65; Canada Packers, 
Ltd., 570.69; Canada Starch Sales Co., Ltd., 256.27; Canadian Doughnut Co., 
Ltd., 484.50; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 389.30; Canadian National Institute 
for the Blind, 288.23; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 1,374.66; Cassidy's, Ltd., 
194.05; Clark, Fruitier & Co., Ltd., 111.50; Colgate-Palmolive- Peet Co., Ltd., 
324.22; Consolidated Optical Co., Ltd., 115.03; Coppley Noyes & Randall, 
Ltd., 1,238.50; F. J. Cote, 443.35; Dalglish (Ontario), Ltd., 1,360.92; DeLaval 
Co., Ltd., 152.44; Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 267.00; Dominion Linseed 
Oil Co., Ltd., 677.25; Dominion Rubber Co., Ltd., 230.14; Doughty & McFar- 
lane, 1,149.25; E. A. Downey, 111.25; Duncan Products, 103.95; Excelsior 
Brushes, Ltd., 235.36; Expert Tire Repair, 113.49; S. Gumpert Company of 
Canada, Ltd., 1,542.92; J. D. Hamilton, 492.00; W. S. Hanna & Sons, 217.50; 
G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 193.30; T. G. Hemphill, 208.80; A. B. Hewer Uniform 
Cap Co., 451.63; Samuel Hisey & Son, 1,641.30; Huck Glove Co., Ltd., 175.00; 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 3,311.07; Hygiene Products, 
Ltd., 222.20; Imperialle Fuels, Ltd., 22,157.85; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 796.74; 
Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 382.08; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 
129.93; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 567.00; International Harvester Com- 
pany of Canada, Ltd., 135.00; F. T. James Co., Ltd., 1,647.99; Johnson & 
Johnson, Ltd., 277.38; N. & G. King, 229.50; King's Printer, 1,471.31; S. F. 
Lawrason & Co., Ltd., 712.58; Lever Brothers, Ltd., 989.16; Levi's, 203.00; 
Thomas J. Lipton, Ltd., 120.00; H. Little, Ford Sales & Service, 412.59; London 
Soap Co., Ltd., 421.73; D. E. MacDonald & Brothers, Ltd., 266.80; W. C. Mac- 
Donald Inc., 5,680.00; C. A. Mann & Co., 1,845.00; Maple Leaf Milling Co., 
Ltd., 2,647.69; Matthews- Wells Co., Ltd., 149.00; M. L. Maynard & Sons, 
135.00; Mercer Reformatory, Industries, 3,414.41; Moore-Pearsall Leathers, 
Ltd., 692.48; F. C. McCordick, 170.33; D. Mclntyre & Co., Ltd., 482.76; Neil 
McTaggart, 500.00; National Fertilizers, Ltd., 2,076.92; National Grocers Co., 
Ltd., 2,171.94.; National Wooden ware Co., 157.13; Niagara Brand Spray Co., 
Ltd., 307.88; Ontario Agricultural College Dairy Department, 1,414.73; Ontario 
Hospital School Orillia, Industries, 3,240.00; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 
. Industries, 70,765.06; Oxford Farmers' Co-operative Co., Ltd., 127.26; Pal 
Blade Corporation, Ltd., 236.10; Parke, Davis & Co., 218.59; Parrish & Heim- 
becker, Ltd., 4,233.40; William Patterson Co., 189.76; Penmans, Ltd., 2,095.00; 
Thomas R. Pickard, 150.00; Pioneer Equipment Co., 118.65; Ratcliff Paper 
Co., Ltd., 432.92; George E. Rees Bakers' Supplies, 235.53; Reesors Marmill, 
Ltd., 3,060.65; Rennie's Seeds, 255.90; James Richardson & Sons, Ltd M 2,665.17; 
St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 510.60; Scythes & Co., Ltd., 258.64; Shirriff's, 
Ltd., 318.60; Silverwood Dairies, Ltd., 1,856.03; N. B. Smith, 276.71; Snap 
Co., Ltd., 148.06; Wm. Snider Milling Co., Ltd., 105.06; H. Spring & Sons, 
678.50; Standard Brands, Ltd., 463.49; Steele Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 137.33; 
Steep's Meat Market, 4,929.83; Stevens Companies, 537.24; Stevens-Hepner 
Co., Ltd., 101.70; D. H. Storey, 584.10; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 620.31; 
Taylor-Forbes, Ltd., 541.80; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 991.80; Toronto Foot- 
wear Co., Ltd., 327.40; Toronto Pharmacal Co., Ltd., 370.93; Tuckett, Ltd., 
297.57; Underwood Elliott Fisher, Ltd., 140.00; United Shoe Machinery Com- 
pany of Canada, Ltd., 167.96; Valentine & Martin, Ltd., 621.10; Victoria Paper 
& Twine Co., Ltd., 565.00; Ward's Studio, 272.32; Edward Webb & Sons (Can- 
ada), Ltd., 1,403.68; Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 4,028.96; H. Wharton, 
144.00; Wonderful Soap Co., Ltd., 1,509.25; F. W. Woolworth Co., Ltd., 280.05; 

York Trading, Ltd., 1,205.96; A. B. Zacks, 1,304.00; Cartage, express and 

freight, 2,218.39; newspapers and periodicals, 90.35; postage, 1,077.84; religious 
services, 525.00; sundry prisoners, gratuities, 7,292.80; music and entertainment, 
87.70; telegrams, 40.98; telephone, 436.74; accounts under $100, 4,077.98 210,832 22 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($16,232.91) 

Maintenance and Repairs of all Buildings, Roads, Walks, 

Grounds and Fences 1,266 47 

Maintenance and Repairs of Plumbing, Steam and Electric 

Plants and Machinery 13,906 44 

Live Stock, Vehicles and Farm Implements 1,060 00 

Aluminate Chemicals, Ltd., 189.55; Babcock-Wilcox & Goldie-McCulloch, Ltd., 
108.63; R. O. Barber, 589.62; Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 134.54; A. Broham, 
350.00; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 1,304.76; Canadian Ice Machine 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY P 11 

Ontario Reformatory, Guelph — Continued 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. — Continued 

Co., Ltd., 144.02; Canadian Industries Ltd., 224.57; Combustion Engineering 
Corporation, Ltd., 140.06; W. H. Cunningham & Hill, Ltd., 120.60; Currie 
Products, Ld., 153.51; Department of Highways, 454.75; Dominion Linseed 
Oil Co., Ltd., 182.37; Dominion Oilcloth & Linoleum Co., Ltd., 182.81; Dominion 
Salt Co., Ltd., 207.00; C. A. Dunham Co., Ltd., 129.36; Empire Brass Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 908.09; E. B. Fielding & Co., 116.94; L. E. Franklin, 600.00; 
A. P. Green Fire Brick Co., Ltd., 153.50; Grinnell Company of Canada, Ltd., 
173.06; Hamilton Boiler Works, 695.96; Francis Hankin & Co., Ltd., 201.22; 
International Varnish Co., Ltd., 353.54; S. F. Lawrason & Co., Ltd., 103.75; 
Masco Co., Ltd., 196.24; J. H. Morin & Co., Ltd., 4,139.95; Ontario Reformatory, 
Guelph, Industries, 758.62; Ontario Reformatory, Mimico, Industries, 107.52 ; 
Pilkington Brothers (Canada), Ltd., 357.31; Sutherland-Schultz Electric Co., 

Ltd., 398.00; Taylor-Forbes, Ltd., 456.57; Twisswire Brushes, Ltd., 123.30; 

Cartage, express and freight, 67.25; accounts under $100, 1,705.94 16,232 91 

Industries ($399,985.09) 

Salaries ($21,938.00): 

W. H. Berry, 1,383.33; W. M. Brown, 866.67; R. H. Clark, 1,500.00; J. W. Cox, 
1,600.00; W. W. Cunningham, 2,000.00; R. Fawcett, 1,400.00; J. I. Goodman, 
1,400.00; J. W. Greenaway, 1,400.00; H. Greene, 1,600.00; A. Hamill, 1,500.00; 
W. H. Hill, 1,600.00; J. A. Kennedy, 1,200.00; G. Roberts, 1,500.00; H. A. San- 
derson, 1,400.00; J. Whiteside, 1,500.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 
Contribution re Enlistment, 88.00 21,938 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. R. Elliott, 256.65; J. D. Heaslip, 112.26 368 91 

Expenses: 

Allov Metal Sales, Ltd., 387.60; American Can Co., 10,226.72; Barrett Brothers, 
2,868.00; Bell Thread Co., Ltd., 192.48; Board of Light and Heat Commissioners, 
Guelph, 676.89; Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 260.02; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 
625.88; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 217.31; Canada Colors and Chemicals, 
Ltd., 133.27; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 11,739.73; Canada Metal 
Co., Ltd., 110.04; Canada Packers, Ltd., 473.80; Canada Starch Sales Co., Ltd., 
1,678.51; Canada Vinegars, Ltd., 199.74; Canadian Cottons, Ltd., 11,876.51; 
Canadian Hoffman Machinery Co., Ltd., 400.00; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 
271.37; Canadian Liquid Air Co., Ltd., 121.24; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 
195.00; Canadian Wirebound Boxes, Ltd., 995.76; Canadian Wool Board, Ltd., 
4,443.50; Cluett, Peabody and Company of Canada, Ltd., 678.12; Cotton 
Threads, Ltd., 454.22; Delany & Pettit, Ltd., 515.17; Dominion Foundries 
& Steel, Ltd., 5,525.99; Dominion Textile Co., Ltd., 139.32; Douglas-Pectin, 
Ltd., 770.43; Edward A. Downey, 24,524.48; John Duff & Sons, Ltd., 4,781.59; 
F. H. Dunham & Co., 18,080.56; F. W. Fearman Co., Ltd., 2,696.94; First 
Co-operative Packers of Ontario, Ltd., 1,574.00; Anthony Foster & Sons, Ltd., 
115.61; Fowler's Canadian Co., Ltd., 638.89; Gilchrist Manufacturing Co., 
433.62; Goderich Salt Co., Ltd., 157.75; Griffith Laboratories, Ltd., 702.18; 
Hamilton Cotton Co., Ltd., 448.50; Harley-Kay, Ltd., 160.43 D. Hartley, 
1,542.19; Hirsch & Son, 1,560.24; Frank Hunnisett, Ltd., 5,282.59; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 4,286.38; Imperialle Fuels, Ltd., 7,385.95; 
Imperial Oil, Ltd., 743.89; Industrial Farm, Burwash, Industries, 1,886.68; 
Industrial Farm, Burwash, 354.95; Keenan Woodenware Manufacturing Co., 
Ltd., 238.56; Kitchener Buttons, Ltd., 160.00; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 
155.10; S. F. Lawrason & Co., Ltd., 429.88; London Soap Co., Ltd., 468.68; 
C. A. Mann & Co., 1,845.00; Matthews-Wells Co., Ltd., 1,411.69; Mercer Reform- 
atory, 312.00; Mercer Reformatory, Industries, 208.98; Monarch Belting Co., 
434.85; Montreal Cottons, Ltd., 525.16; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 148.00; 
National Paper Goods, Ltd., 1,739.55; Oakville Basket Co., Ltd., 558.70; Ontario 
Reformatory, Guelph, 2,696.37; Oppenheimer Casing Company of Canada, Ltd., 
145.00; Owen Sound Creamery Co. Ltd., 6,073.76; C. A. Pemberton & Co., 
Ltd., 285.00; Ratcliff Paper Co., Ltd., 652.54; Reece Machinery Company 
of Canada, Ltd., 101.57; W. Robinson & Son Converters, Ltd., 2,587.66; Royal 
Paper & Supply Co., 144.56; St. Lawrence Starch Co., 227.25; St. Thomas Metal 
Signs, Ltd., 7,156.08; Scarfe & Co., Ltd., 1,572.51 ; J. M. Schneider, Ltd., 9,357.07; 
Singer Sewing Machine Co., 164.03; Standard Casing Company of Canada, 
1,766.95; Steele Company of Canada, Ltd., 156.78; Superintendent, live stock 
purchases, 165,641.46; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 5,667.60; John Tattersall 
& Son, 327.00; Toronto Butchers' Supply Co., Ltd., 180.00; Union Twist Drill 



P 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Reformatory, Guelph — Continued 

Industries — Continued 

Co., 125.49; Universal Button Fastening & Button Co., Ltd., 276.00; Victoria 
Paper & Twine Co., Ltd., 134.73; Wabasso Cotton Co., Ltd., 295.33; Weber 
Hardware Co., Ltd., 104.94; Wellington Packers, Ltd., 7,866.72; G. Whitaker 
& Co., Ltd., 16,187.52; Whyte Packing Co., Ltd., 945.08; Wilkinson-Kompass, 

Ltd., 135.96; Wool Combing Corporation of Canada, Ltd., 301.78; Cartage, 

express and freight, 1,525.81; postage, 236.70; telephone, 345.46; accounts 

under $100, 2,123.28 377,678 18 

Total $795,985 68 

Less Industrial Operations Revenue 400,659 60 

Ontario Reformatory, Guelph $395,326 08 

Mercer, Toronto 

Salaries ($45,442.43) 

W. E. Ariss, 1,299.99; H. B. Black, 264.00; E. J. Condon, 1,600.00; C. A. C. Cronin, 
1,200.00; G. M. Ditson, 925.00; N. M. Ellis, 540.00; G. S. Hannah, 1,399.92; 
W. H. Hills, 1,000.00; J. Hunter, 2,200.00; W. J. Kee, 1,300.00; B. C. Keith, 
1,333.33; C. Macklin, 1,400.00; H. McGrath, 1,400.00; J. L. McNabb, 1,300.00; 
J. Milne, 2,800.00; M. A. Morrow, 110.00; W. T. Quick, 1,300.00; S. E. Secord, 
1,400.00; B. Terry, 35.00; Attendants, 22,635.19 45,442 43 

Maintenance ($30,624.19) 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 1,287 89 

Groceries and Provisions 13,036 42 

Fuel, Light and Water 7,480 86 

Clothing 1,408 05 

Laundry and Cleaning 2,009 96 

Furniture and Furnishings 1,013 68 

Office Expenses 1,115 25 

Farm Expenses 633 07 

Contingencies 2,639 01 

Associated Chemicals, Ltd., 126.13; Balfours, Ltd., 480.14; Canada Wax and Chem- 
ical Co., 136.50; Consumers Gas Company of Toronto, 348.14; T. Eaton Co., 
Ltd., 410.37; Everist Bros., Ltd., 212.75; Hamilton & Johnston, 499.81; G. A. 
Hardie & Co., 234.13; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 397.61; Department of Health, 
134.00; Home Service Shoe Repair, 113.45; Imperial Tobacco Sales Company 
of Canada, Ltd., 337.10; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 126.00; King's Printer, 
617.97; Lever Brothers, Ltd., 333.71 ; Lines, Ltd., 451.34; Gordon Mackay 
& Co., Ltd., 105.42; Marchment Co., Ltd., 256.67; Mercer Reformatory, In- 
dustries, 1,084.10; Milnes Coal Co., Ltd., 1,042.79; Montreal Cottons, Ltd., 
226.51; McBride Brothers, Ltd., 489.65; D. Mclntyre & Co., Ltd., 253.80; 
National Grocers Co., Ltd., 344.91; Ontario Honey Producers' Co-operative, 
Ltd., 105.17; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 2,182.76; Ontario Reformatory, 
Guelph, Industries, 5,756.47; P. Polito, 128.34; Purity Bread, Ltd., 1,047.80; 
Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 191.70; Elias Rogers Co., Ltd., 4,560.75; St. Lawrence 
Fish Market, 261.79; St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 264.00; Stevens Com- 
panies, 339.78; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 963.08; City of Toronto, Water- 
works Department, 693.42; Whyte Packing Co., Ltd., 224.97; York Trading, 

Ltd., 151.71; Cartage, express and freight, 31.38; postage, 216.00; religious 

services 520.00; sundry prisoners, gratuities, 1,349.00; telephone, 264.10; ac- 
counts under $100, 2,608.97 30,624 19 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($3,251.68) 

Maintenance and Repairs of all Buildings, Roads, Grounds, 

Walks and Fences 2,379 74 

Maintenance and Repairs of Plumbing, Steam and Electric 

Plants 871 94 

Brooks Oil Co. 103.46; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 343.69; Canadian Credit Men's Trust 
Association Ltd., 215.00; International Varnish Co., Ltd., 178.56; R. Laidlaw 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 180.89; Langmuir Paint Co., Ltd., 133.65; F. Lepper & 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY P 13 

Mercer Reformatory — Continued 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. — Continued 

Son, 110.00; Anthony Mole, 120.98; J. H. Morin & Co., Ltd., 886.25; Taylor- 
Forbes, Ltd., 105.59; Tremco Manufacturing Company (Canada), Ltd., 150.43; 
Accounts under $100, 723.18 3,251 68 

Industries ($86,056.28) 

Salaries ($2,699.96): 

]Vf. J. C. Miles, 1,299.96; T. Thompson, 1,400.00 ' 2,699 96 

Expenses: 

A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 15,699.01; Frank W. Bradwin, 6,189.08; Buttons, 
Ltd., 174.24; Caldwell Linen Mills, Ltd., 8,145.11; Canadian Cottons, Ltd., 
8,532.16; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 134.53; Canadian Spool Cotton Co., 396.16; 
Dominion Textile Co., Ltd., 5,754.99; F. H. Dunham & Co., 17,923.41; John 
Garde & Co., Ltd., 168.40; A. D. Gibson, 1,314.56; Hamilton & Johnston, 250.60; 
Montreal Cottons, Ltd., 533.12; W. Robinson & Son, Converters, Ltd., 389.38; 
Sta-Neat Apparel Co., Ltd:, 767.20; Colin F. Stewart, 8,993.42; Tooke Brothers, 
Ltd., 206.07; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 461.22; Uniforms Registered, ' 
370.00; Universal Button Fastening and Button Company of Canada, Ltd., 

412.04; Wabasso Cotton Co., Ltd., 5,964.43; Cartage, express and freight, 

155.80; telephone, 105.76; accounts under $100, 315.63 83,356 32 

Total $165,374 58 

Less Industrial Operations Revenue 108,720 89 

Mercer Reformatory s $56,653 69 

INDUSTRIAL FARM, BURWASH 
Salaries ($161,270.46) 

G. Arcand, 1,500.00; G. Barron, 133.33; L. L. Boire, 1,300.00; D. A. Z. Boyce, 75.00; 

D. Brazel, 889.11; A. D. Buchanan, 1,600.00; J. C. Cairns, 700.04; C. Cameron, 
1,500.00; G. F. Cliff, 2,775.57; M. E. Daley, 673.59; M. G. Davis, 212.68; S. R. 
Dillon, 536.67; J. E. DuBois, 14.52; J. M. Edwards, 16.94; B. Fluvian, 812.50; 

E. Heino, 1,090.32; M. H. Hennessy, 355.00; T. Hurd, 1,466.67; A. M. Hyland, 
1,050.00; W. H. Jamieson, 1,474.99; J. F. Jeffs, 1,400.00; G. Kidd, 750.00; W. G. 
Magill, 1,700.00; A. J. Mason, 1,500.00; R. J. McClure, 1,299.99; S. L. Mcjannet, 
212.64; W. L. Mcjannet, 4,000.00; M. McLeod, 239.17; J. Onhauser,l,375.00; 
E. W. Owen, 1,550.00; I. Penman, 4.84; J. J. Penty, 192.50; R. F. Shierson, 
1,500.00; A. L. Smyth, 403.54; V. S. Stefanko, 800.00; J. H. Stitt, 1,040.00; 
R. E. Waldbrook, 1,258.33; Stationary Engineers and Assistants, 7,680.81; 
Assistant Sergeants, 5,793.31; Guards, 109,506.02; Public Service Superannua- 
tion Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 887.38 161,270 46 

Maintenance ($193,948.70) 

Travelling Expenses 1,545 78 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 12,227 37 

Groceries and Provisions 84,800 29 

Fuel, Light and Water 24,943 14 

Clothing 20,313 20 

Laundry and Cleaning 9,269 81 

Furniture and Furnishings 2,124 56 

Office Expenses 2,22 1 05 

Farm Expenses 21,088 95 

Contingencies 15,414 55 

Travelling Expenses: 

G. F. Cliff, 160.09; J. R. Elliott, 47.70; W. L. Mcjannet, 668.50; J. Onhauser, 

525.88; Accounts under $25, 143.61.' 1,545 78 

Expenses: 

Abbott Laboratories, Ltd., 293.06; Adams Brothers Harness, Ltd., 726.84; 
Associated Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 171.99; Baines & David, Ltd., 
206.65; Balfours, Ltd., 1,616.95; Beaver Laundry Machinery Co., Ltd., 110.53; 
L. Boire, 169.15; Borden Co., Ltd., 247.50; P. Burns & Co., Ltd., 1,478.83; 



P 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Industrial Farm, Burwash — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

R. Burns & Co., 928.18; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 2,582.84; Canada 
Packers, Ltd., 6,330.71; Canadian Doughnut Co., Ltd., 512.50; Canadian Indus- 
tries, Ltd., 1,549.75; Canadian National Carbon Co. Ltd., 161.82; Canadian 
National Institute for the Blind, 188.48; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 
482.57; Cockshutt Plow Co., Ltd., 363.36; J. J. Connors, 106.50; Davis Glove 
Works, 144.23; Diamond Cleanser & Soaps, Ltd., 1,336.28; Dominion Rubber 
Co., Ltd., 267.95; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 144.36; Edward Grain 
Co., 4',303.34; Excelsior Brushes, Ltd., 219.58; Fowler Hardware Co., Ltd., 
185.26; Gait Knitting Co., Ltd., 3,600.00; Gamble-Robinson, Ltd., 204.00; 
General Foods, Ltd., 339.99; Get Gas Co., 609.83; Great Atlantic & Pacific 
Tea Co., Ltd., 395.77; S. Gumpert Company of Canada, Ltd., 1,168.20; Gutta 
Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 412.72; Hamblin-Metcalfe, Ltd., 258.99; Hamburg 
Felt Boot Co., Ltd., 1,685.80; Hamilton & Johnston, 922.13; Hamilton Brothers, 
765.07; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 495.10; A. B. Hewer Uniform Cap Co., 216.59; 
Higgins& Burke, Ltd., 885.17; Samuel Hisey& Son, 200.00; Huck Glove Co., Ltd., 
1,475.00; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 3,482.23; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., 3,981.87; Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 3,112.53; 
Industrial Farm, Burwash, Industries, 3,926.76; Ingram & Bell, Ltd.,. 571.81 ; 
International Harvester Company of Canada, Ltd., 614.69; F. T. James Co., 
Ltd., 1,328.50; King's Printer, 935.80; N. & G. King, 880.00; Landau & Cormack, 
Ltd., 146.58; Lang Tanning Co., Ltd., 442.28; Lever Brothers, Ltd., 616.82; 
Luxura Tea Co., 123.75; Mac. L. Maynard & Sons, 1,943.85; W. C. Macdonald, 
Inc., 5,350.46; H. L. MacKinnon Co., Ltd., 132.00; W. R. Manchester, 328.50; 
Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 612.50; Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., 102.39; Mercer 
Reformatory, Industries, 3,410.60; R. M. Mitchell, 255.00; McCormick's, Ltd., 
461.34; D. Mclntvre & Co., Ltd., 372.00; National Drug & Chemical Company 
of Canada, Ltd., 274.80; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 7,645.24; Wm. Neilson, 
Ltd., 345.18; Ocean Chemicals, Ltd., 1,373.00; Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
1,230.00; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 1,320.35; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 
Industries, 45,686.82; Park Manor Clothes, Ltd., 1,234.00; Parrish & Heim- 
becker, Ltd., 3,309.71; Penmans, Ltd., 957.50; Quaker Oats Co., 339.05; Ralston 
Purina Co., Ltd., 105.00; Rennies Seeds, 125.54; James Richardson & Son, 
Ltd., 2,652.49; Rowntree Co., Ltd., 187.50; Rubinovich & Haskell, Ltd., 105.47; 
St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 2,014.76; W. E. Saunders, Ltd., 241.27; Scottish 
Chemicals & Fumigators, 1,766.14; Shirriffs, Ltd., 236.02; Standard Brands, 
Ltd., 742.21; Stevens Companies, 141.85; H. Stitt, 214.00; Swift Canadian 
Co., Ltd., 3,528.57; Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 1,107.00; Toronto Footwear Co., 
Ltd., 912.00; Toronto Macaroni & Imported Foods, Ltd., 179.65; Tuckett, 
Ltd., 1,015.30; Underwood Elliott Fisher, Ltd., 137.19; United Auto Parts 
(Sudbury), Ltd., 1,041.19; Victoria Paper & Twine Co., Ltd., 996.45; Vi-Tone 
Sales, Ltd., 160.38; F. P. Weaver Coal Co., Ltd., 18,553.08; Edward Webb 
& Sons (Canada), Ltd., 150.00; Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 2,450.50; 
George Weston, Ltd., 112.64; Whites Hardware, Ltd., 769.78; Wilkinson- 
Kompass, Ltd., 272.82; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 114.00; Young-Win- 
field, Ltd., 303.00; A. B. Zacks, 320.25; Express, 3,260.21; freight, 1,403.08; 

gratuities, 6,510.16; newspapers and periodicals, 144.70; postage, 970.00; relig- 
ious services, 550.00; telegrams, 106.43; telephone, 39.45; accounts under $100, 
3,451.36 192,402 92 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($29,296.49) 

Maintenance and Repairs of all Buildings, Walks, Roads, 

Grounds and Fences 13,723 00 

Maintenance and Repairs of Plumbing, Steam and Electric 

Plants 10,588 22 

Livestock, Vehicles and Farm Implements 2,542 49 

Lumbering 1,282 60 

Roads 1,160 18 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 121.96; George Allen Co., 379.96; Baines & David, Ltd., 
142.53; Beatty Brothers, Ltd., 428.63; Brantford Oil & Grease Co., 174.37; 
Building Products, Ltd., 384.27; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 733.17; Canada Valve 
& Hydrant Co., Ltd., 179.11; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 421.64; 
Canadian Industries, Ltd., 496.77; Canadian Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., 145.39; 
Canadian Line Materials, Ltd., 130.00; Canadian Liquid Air Co., Ltd., 118.27; 
Canadian Steam Boiler Equipment Co., Ltd., 210.00; Canadian Westinghouse 
Co., Ltd., 137.06; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 1,373.43; Crane, Ltd., 
202.70; W. H. Cunningham & Hill, Ltd., 369.29; Dominion Linseed Oil Co., 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY PJ5 

Industrial Farm, Burwash — Continued 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. — Continued 

Ltd., 138.13; Dominion Steeplejack Co., 1,310.06; Elgin-Handles, Ltd., 494.21; 
Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 224.78; Excelsior Brushes, Ltd., 325.71; 
O. Fenwick, 360.00; D. J. Fletcher, 462.50; Fowler Hardware Co., Ltd., 324.45; 
Garlock Packing Company of Canada, Ltd., 112.06; Gutta Percha & Rubber, 
Ltd., 622.52; Harrisons & Crossfield (Canada), Ltd., 333.30; Department of 
Highways, 966.30; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 242.18; Imperial Iron Corporation, 
Ltd., 148.33; Industrial Farm, Burwash, Industries, 4,990.47; L. Johnston, 
500.00; London Cleansers Supply Co., 208.47; Masco Co., Ltd., 176.31; J. H. 
Morin & Co., Ltd., 2,690.95; James Morrison Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
168.33; National Iron Corporation, Ltd., 509.53; National Sewer Pipe Co., 
Ltd., 173.04; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 452.18; Northern Foundry & Machine 
Co., Ltd., 229.15; Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph, 250.00; Ontario Reforma- 
tory, Mimico, Industries, 265.60; Pilkington Brothers (Canada), Ltd., 300.34; 
F. W. Reicheld & Son, 250.00; James Robertson Co., Ltd., 268.22; Robinson 
Clay Product Company of Canada, Ltd., 583.00; Simonds Canada Saw Co., 
Ltd., 147.00; G. F. Summers, 415.00; Taylor-Forbes, Ltd., 230.20; Wettlaufer 
Machinery Co., 210.00; Whites Hardware, Ltd., 679.46; A, R. Williams Machin- 
ery Co., Ltd., 134.97; Wilson & Cousins, Ltd., 120.75; W. C. Wood Co., Ltd., 

211.50; Wrought Iron Range Company of Canada, Ltd., 114.05; Express 

and freight, 911.05; pay list, wages of men, 163.53; accounts under $100, 1,730.31 29,296 49 

Industries ($11,141.58) 

Canadian Cottons, Ltd., 2,104.40; John Garde & Co., Ltd., 385.87; Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission of Ontario, 360.00; Industrial Farm, Burwash, 5,513.40; 
Montreal Cottons, Ltd., 214.27; Muskoka Foundry, Ltd., 257.00; D. K. Mc- 
Laren, Ltd., 244.80; Ontario Belting Co., 119.08; W. Robinson & Son Converters, 
Ltd., 761.54; Universal Button Fastening & Button Company of Canada, Ltd., 

152.70; Universal Thread Co., 195.92; Whites Hardware, Ltd., 160.61; 

Cartage, express and freight, 47.66; accounts under $100, 624.33 11,141 58 

Total $395,657 23 

Less: Industrial Operations Revenue 38,872 23 

Industrial Farm, Burwash $356,785 00 



ONTARIO TRAINING SCHOOL FOR BOYS, BOWMANVILLE 

Salaries ($24,755.89) 
Permanent: 

M. W. Allin, 1,168.75; P. D. Armstrong, 300.00; J. J. Brown, 1,858.32; J. M. 
Burns, 1,400.00; J. C. Cairns, 699.96; P. L. Cox, 750.00; W. C. Crossey, 1,333.33; 
M. Densem, 1,333.33; F. Head, 750.00; J. E. Houck, 1,066.67; C. M. Ives, 700.00; 
W. C. Ives, 1,050.00; W. J. Knox, 1,533.33; M. Lambourne, 1,125.00; C. A. 
Mason, 1,233.33; H. B. Pollock, 1,400.00; A. R. Virgin, 2,333.31; K. Werry, 
1,266.67; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlistments, 
330.69 21,632 69 

Temporary: 

P.L. Cox, 137.50; M. Harrison, 350.00; F. Hearl, 137.50; J. M. Kennedy, 1,164.92; 

F. E. Lewis, 1,333.28 3,123 20 

Maintenance ($72,299.36) 

Travelling Expenses 5,483 18 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 2,424 28 

Groceries and Provisions 2,506 06 

Fuel, Light and Water 1,712 78 

Clothing 3,045 64 

Laundry and Cleaning 834 70 

Furniture and Furnishings 160 10 

Office Expenses 1 , 1 54 85 

Farm Expenses 33 16 

Contingencies 54,944 61 



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No. 1 



Ontario Training School for Boys, Bowmanville — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 
Travelling Expenses: 

P. D. Armstrong, 112.66; J. J. Brown, 625.54; J. M. Burns, 1,507.21; J. E. 
Houck, 1,255.44; H. B. Pollock, 208.28; A. R. Virgin, 97.85; K. Werry, 1,523.39; 
Accounts under $25, 152.81 



5,483 18 



Expenses: 

C. A. Bartlett, 101.25; W. H. Birks, 813.50; Bowmanville Public Utilities 
Commission, 451.57; Brown's Bread, Ltd., 193.24; G. S. Cronk, 115.00; J. C. 
Devitt, 401.00; R. E. Dinniwell, 235.00; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 110.65; Glen Rae 
Dairy, 276.23; King's Printer, 109.55; Lander Coal Co., 160.00; McLaughlin 
Coal & Supplies, Ltd., 787.26; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 284.01; Ontario Boys' 
Wear, Ltd., 1,291.52; Ontario Public Trustee, 692.05; Ontario Reformatory, 
Guelph, Industries, 785.42; Orono Creamery, 200.42; Oshawa Laundry & Dry 
Cleaning Co., Ltd., 687.63; Penman's, Ltd., 152.76; Reliance Shoe Co., Ltd., 
139.80; Sheppard & Gill Lumber Co., Ltd., 212.70; Toronto Footwear Co., 
Ltd., 218.64; Toronto General Trusts Corporation, 605.00; W. E. Wilkins, 

100.00; A. B. Zacks, 986.75; Cartage, express and freight, 33.72; pay list, 

wages of men, 41.83; postage, 417.01; sundry boys, railway fares and gratuities, 
894.48; sundry persons, maintenance of boys in foster homes, 52,597.92; tele- 
grams, 35.29; telephone, 500.21; accounts under $100, 2,184.77 66,816 18 



Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($233.96) 

Maintenance and Repairs of all Buildings, Roads, Walks, 

Grounds and Fences 190 05 

Maintenance and Repairs of Plumbing, Steam and Electric 

Plants and Machinery 43 91 

Cartage, express and freight, 4.98; accounts under $100, 228.98 

Ontario Training School for Boys, Bowmanville $97,289 21 



233 96 



ONTARIO TRAINING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, COBOURG 

Salaries ($30,323.85) 
Permanent: 

N. K. Bowers, 683.33; M. E. Brewster, 360.41; A. L. Charleson, 2,383.34; 
K. M. T. Cuffe, 750.00; A. J. D. Fleming, 650.00; W. J. Foot, 760.17; R. G. 
Galbraith, 1,500.00; D. A. Jackson, 530.65; K. A. Laughton, 648.39; G. S. 
Mathews, 390.32; J. D. Murray, 327.08; M. J. Nickerson, 937.50; M. E. Pender, 
1,482.79; H. E. Saas, 1,400.00; R. F. Slater, 499.98; O. A. Smith, 21.67; H. J. 
Sullivan, 1,233.33 



14,558 96 



Temporary: 

W. J. Adams, 200.00; H. Ballantyne, 232.26; B. Bayne, 20.00; W. A. Brett, 
150.00; P. B. Brown, 185.86; E. M. Burnett, 230.42; C. I. Cannon, 178.43; 
B. Clark, 152.72; G. H. Cobb, 80.00; G. A. Cowan, 430.00; K. S. Cowan, 1,233.32; 

D. E. Cowin, 357.06; K. M. T. Cuffe, 250.00; M. W. Currie, 286.52; E. E. David- 
son, 243.75; J. S. Elliott, 793.55; A. J. D. Fleming, 649.98; L. G. Fletcher, 725.81; 
J. G. Gemmell, 200.00; E. W. Hayden, 385.42; E. M. Howell, 1,274.19; A. M. 
Hughes, 230.00; H. Ingleby, 212.00; L. V. Laughton, 816.67; R. Macklin, 196.00; 
A. McDougall, 506.27; W. J. McFadyen, 99.00; H. A. Mitchell, 1,084.79; J. R. 
Morrison, 1,091.13; O. Mott, 402.50; M. J. Nickerson, 187.50; A. I. Ovens, 
403.63; E. ]. Pinkney, 576.67; E. J. Puddy, 589.17; M. E. Ritchie, 216.67; 

E. Sheppard, 20.00; B. Shorey, 42.00; E. L. Stevens, 226.67; B. H. Tarzwell, 

311.49; M. M. Thorburn, 651.61; F. M. Vagg, 165.16 16,288 22 

Total $30,847 18 

Less: Refund, Dominion Government 523 33 



$30,323 85 

Maintenance ($43,796.95) 

Travelling Expenses 6,394 94 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 1,082 53 

Groceries and Provisions 8,291 70 

Fuel, Light and Water 5,067 45 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY P 17 

Ontario Training School for Girls, Cobourg — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Clothing 3,473 59 

Laundry and Cleaning 1,293 91 

Furniture and Furnishings 1,347 81 

Office Expenses 1 ,969 88 

Farm Expenses 1 ,053 73 

Contingencies 13,616 88 

School Supplies 204 53 

Travelling Expenses: 

H. Ballantyne, 100.92; N. K. Bowers, 734.93; M. E. Brewster, 173.54; A. L. 
Charleson, 646.89; K. M. T. Cuffe, 927.98; A.J. D. Fleming, 38.45; L.G.Fletcher, 
530.22; R. G. Galbraith, 951.94; P. W. Houck, 31.90; E. M. Howell, 1,256.33; 
K. A. Laughton, 75.19; L. V. Laughton, 151.98; F. R. Mills, 42.83; J. D. Murray, 

239.81; M. E. Pender, 395.72; W. D. Watherston, 49.90; Accounts under 

$25, 46.41 6,394 94 

Expenses: 

Birminghams, 125.95; Brown's Bread, Ltd., 112.20; John D. Burnet, 119.15; 
F. Cloke, 105.00; Crane's Garage, 141.61; T. H. Despond, 110.48 ; Dixon Dairy 
Products, 114.51; Dominion Natural Gas Co., Ltd., 385.28; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 
1,238.29; Fisher's Dairy, 307.41; Corporation of Gait, 225.00; Gordon, MacKay 
& Co., Ltd., 765.74; Hamilton & Johnston, 191.02; Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission of Ontario, 395.33; Ideal Laundry, 405.20; Imperialle Fuels, Ltd., 1,763.64; 
King's Printer, 305.50; D. J. Leeming, 108.02; James Lloyd & Son, 808.10; 
W. J. Maher, 1,085.83; Mammy's Bread, 268.33; Markle's Dairy, 333.27; 
Charles Martin, 115.00; Mrs. E. McCook Maxwell, 1,000.00; Mercer Reforma- 
tory, Industries, 252.84; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 656.02; L.J. Niebel, 103.05; 
Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, Industries, 2,832.86; Peel Seed Growers Co- 
operative, Ltd., 120.45; Stan Pratt, 1,694.20; Public Utilities Commissions 
of Gait and Cobourg, 811.45; Struthers & Church, Ltd., 184.47; Toronto Foot- 
wear Co., Ltd., 706.31; Turnbull's Dairy, 956.76; C. A. Ward, Ltd., 1,100.00; 
A. E. Wilson Oil Co., 142.73; Wonderful Soap Co., Ltd., 177.30; York Trading, 
Ltd., 322.87; Young Men's Christian Association, 200.00; Youthful Garment 

Co., 327.60; A. B. Zacks, 329.50; Cartage, express and freight, 118.84; 

music and entertainment, 194.70; newspapers, books and periodicals, 122.17; 
pay list, wages of men, 789.09; postage, 378.39; religious services, 163.45; sundry 
girls, railway fares and gratuities, 678.00; sundry persons, maintenance of girls 
in foster homes, 8,479.51; telegrams, 38.41; telephone, 1,158.92; accounts under 
$100, 3,832.26 37,402 01 

Repairs to Buildings, etc. ($1,234.61) 

Maintenance and Repairs of all Buildings, Roads, Walks, 

Grounds and Fences 894 76 

Maintenance and Repairs of Plumbing, Steam and Electric 

Plants and Machinery 339 85 

Canadian Curtis Refrigeration Co., Ltd., 152.05; Cobourg Lumber Co., 108.70; 
Fraser Hardware Co., Ltd., 126.52; Ray's Electric, 125.76; G. H. Thomas & 
Son, Ltd., 156.34; Accounts under $100, 565.24 1,234 61 

Ontario Training School for Girls, Cobourg $75,355 41 

Reformatories and Prisons Branch $1,209,165 25 

STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary ($4,666.62) 
Hon. H. C. Nixon 7 months 4,666 62 

Vital Statistics Act ($1,075.25) 

R.S.O. 1937. Chap. 88 
Sundry Registrars, registration fees 1,075 25 

Statutory $5,741 87 

Total Expenditure, Department of Provincial Secretary, $1,373,560.08 



PART Q 



DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL TREASURER 

FISCAL YEAR, 1942-43 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Main Office 10 

Office of Budget Committee 10 

Motion Picture Censorship and Theatre Inspection 11 

Controller of Revenue Branch 11 

Post Office 12 

Statutory 13 

Province of Ontario Savings Office 14 

Special Warrant 15 

Hydro-Electric Power, Commission of Ontario 15 

Public Debt — Principal, Interest, Etc 16 



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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL TREASURER 



Permanent: 



Hon. A. St. C. Gordon, Minister 
Hon. Mitchell F. Hepburn, Minister (Statutory, see pages Q 13, N 7) 

MAIN OFFICE 
Salaries ($69,271.40) 



C. S. Walters Deputy Provincial Treasurer (see page N 7) 

H. E. Brown, 4,133.33; F. H. Cable, 1,500.00; W. J. Cafley, 1,800.00; H. C 
Chamberlain, 1,233.33; J. J. Chisholm, 150.40; E. Cosgrove, 2,133.33; E. B 
Cumming, 1,216.67; A. W. Davies, 2,600.00; M. Dunlop, 1,266.67; M. C. Emery 
1,266.67; L. B. Fisher, 2,716.67; R. A. Gaskin, 1,500.00; W. P. Gill, 1,800.00 
T. W. Graham, 1,333.33; J. A. Greenwood, 1,700.00; R. A. Groves, 1,400.00 
I. V. Harris, 1,333.33; E. Hogg, 1,200.00; A. M. Howe, 666.67; H. Ingham 
158.06; G. M. Inman, 1,433.33; M. E. A. Jeffers, 1,000.00; G. J. L. Jones, 4,200.00 
M. W. King, 1,533.33; R. E. Lee, 1,166.62; J. G. Malloy, 1,200.00; P. B. Mc- 
Laughlin, 2,033.33; B. Miller, 666.72; G. Miller, 1,633.33; R. K. Nelson, 1,125.00 
V. Rapp, 1,183.33; M. E. Readman, 1,366.67; R. T. Regan, 3,000.00; J. N 
Seager, 769.64; B. Sheriff, 2,133.33; S. C. Southgate, 1,666.67; E. T. Swanston 
583.30; L. Trivett, 1,433.33; F. M. Watson, 2,000.00; W. W. White, 1,966.67 
G. E. Wilkinson, 1,233.33; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution 
re Enlistment, 32.70 



64,469 09 



Temporary: 

H. A. Acton, 1,300.00; G. Boudreau, 238.71; P. J. Dunn, 161.66; D. Gibson, 
32.26; J. Harding, 119.76; L. W. Maxwell, 1,399.92; O. M. May, 1,200.00; G. W. 
Perry, 350.00 



4,802 31 



Travelling Expenses ($82.60) 
C. C. Fairbank, 10.95; C. S. Walters, 71.65 



82 60 



Maintenance ($11,574.11) 

Burroughs Adding Machine of Canada, Ltd., 117.54; Department of Highways, 
848.68; King's Printer, 8,850.02; Remington Rand, Ltd., 109.50; Sundry Persons, 

meals re overtime, 110.40; Todd Sales Co., Ltd., 660.00; Newspapers and 

periodicals, 103.50; telegrams, 60.18; telephone, 387.91; accounts under $100, 
326.38 



,574 11 



Premium on Fidelity Bonds ($6,280.48) 

Fidelity Insurance Company of Canada, 8,297.50; Accounts under 

$100, 20.00 8,317 50 

Less: Refunds, other Departments 2,037 02 

6,280 48 

Cost of Living Bonus ($38,685.20) 
Sundry Employees 38,685 20 



Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($48.73) 
Postmaster, stamps purchased, 89.32, Less Refund of Employees' contribution, 40.59 



48 73 



OFFICE OF BUDGET COMMITTEE 




Salaries ($7,773.33) 
Permanent: 




H. J. Chater, 3,600.00; E. F. Haines, 1,200.00; H. E. Munro, 2,133.33 


6,933 33 


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E. J. Carr 


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1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL TREASURER Q 11 

Office of Budget Committee — Continued 
Maintenance ($414.44) 

King's Printer, 378.32; Accounts under $100, 36.12 414 44 

Office of Budget Committee $8,187 77 

MOTION PICTURE CENSORSHIP AND THEATRE INSPECTION 

Salaries ($27,917.27) 
Permanent: 

G. W. Belcher, 1,600.00; M. Canning, 1,800.00; M. Elliott, 2,150.00; T. L. 
Elliott, 2,133.33; J. H. Evans, 2,133.33; E. Fleming, 243.75; A. H. Gray, 2,400.00; 
R. L. Jewell, 499.98; V. E. McConnell, 515.63; M. McNichol, 1,125.00; W. D. 
McPhee, 2,200.00; J. Norris, 2,150.00; L. B. Richardson, 1,125.00; O. J. Silver- 
thorne, 3,500.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re Enlist- 
ments, 64.25 23,640 27 

Temporary: 

W. Forward, 2,599.92; R. C. Henry, 720.83; M. S. Merrifield, 393.75; I. D. Ward, 

562.50 4,277 00 

Travelling Expenses ($2,948.09) 

W. Forward, 928.97; A. H. Gray, 545.12; R. C. Henrv, 176.60; W. D. McPhee, 

221.44; O. J. Silverthorne, 1,074.71; Accounts under $25, 1.25 2,948 09 

Maintenance ($2,296.42) 

Dominion Sound Equipment, Ltd., 300.00; King's Printer, 1,707.73; Newspapers 

and periodicals, 38.00; telegrams, 23.15; telephone, 39.38; accounts under $100, 

188.16 2,296 42 

Motion Picture Censorship and Theatre Inspection $33,161 78 

CONTROLLER OF REVENUE BRANCH 

Salaries ($209,372.31) 
Permanent: 

G. A. S. Allan, 1,708.33; F. R. Bailey, 1,733.33; d Bienvenue, 750.00; T. S. 
Blakelock, 1,250.00; D. M. Bonham, 525.00; J. W. Boughner, 500.00; C. L. 
Bowers, 1,233.33; M. E. Boyle, 1,150.00; M. H. Brokenshire, 1,566.67; W. G. 
Brothers, 4:33.33; B. V. Brown, 1,000.00; W. C. Browning, 4,666.67; A. A. Buck, 
829.03; E. Burns, 75.00; R. H. Burns, 2,100.00; G. E. Burtt, 2,433.33; M. E. 
Campbell, 1,031.65; E. A. Carroll, 321.10; C. C. Chambers, 1,633.33; J. J. Chis- 
holm, 933.31; P. T. Clark, 5,066.67; M. B. Conley, 756.25; H. W. Coo, 1,733.33; 
J. J. Corrigale, 497.75; A. P. Cowley, 2,000.00; E. H. Curry, 2,566.67; A. Curtin, 
975.00; E. J. Danby, 666.64; M. M. Denholm, 1,266.67; O. R. Dew, 1,933.33; 

A. S. Dickson, 2,066.67; N. M. Dillon, 1,000.00; T. M. Dittrick, 700.00; W. E. 
Dodds, 705.65; A. Dolen, 1,000.00; C. A. Donley, 1,500.00; D. Douglas, 2,291.67; 

B. Drew, 87.50; G. A. Duff, 666.65; M. A. English, 576.21; R. Fawcett, 622.58; 
M. R. Flynn, 125.00; V. O. Forhan, 925.00; B. M. Freeman, 1,083.33; M. E. 
Freeman, 1,000.00; R. E. Gardiner, 729.84; G. F. L. Gardner, 574.98; W. H. 
Gleed, 2,100.00; K. Graham, 1,266.67; R. W. Gray, 1,064.52; H. S. Gunn, 764.52; 
B. T. Haffey, 933.31; T. J. Hall, 2,583.33; S. R. R. Hammell, 575.00; J. E. Hand- 
ford, 500.00; K. F. Hannan, 5,033.33; H. Harman, 298.79; G. Heagens, 1,200.00; 
M. A. Hunt, 1,150.00; H. Hyman, 1,333.33; A. C. Jeffers, 1,733.33; A. C. John- 
ston, 1,233.33; G. E. Johnston, 1,629.45; W. J. Jones, 2,133.33; W. R. Jones, 
1,800.00; J. H. C. Kelsall, 400.00; L. Kemp, 2,133.33; A. Kerr, 500.00; R. S. 
Kerr, 1,633.33; C. Lappan, 1,300.00; E. Lawrie, 1,800.00; R. E. Lee, 833.38; 
V. I. Lynes, 1,075.00; J. W. Macdonald, 1,733.33; A. MacFarlane, 225.00; J. E. 
Marshall, 443.01; F. Mason, 1,049.94; G. J. Mason, 187.50; M. O. Mason, 
1,000.00; A. C. McCaulley, 400.00; J. H. McClocklin, 1,800.00; V. E. McConnell, 
309.37; F. McCormack, 100.00; S. I. McCoshen, 132.15; C. C. McCoy, 1,000.00; 
H. McDonald, 1,050.00; K. B. McLaws, 1,766.67; A. E. McLean, 1,666.67; 
M. K. McMeekin, 587.50; G. R. McMillen, 1,633.33; M. A. McNames, 1,375.00; 
R. Meikle, 1,866.67; B. M. Metcalfe, 1,663.23; M. M. Moogk, 680.44; M. T. 
Moorby, 1,933.33; W. D. Moore, 1,600.00; R. B. Morgan, 831.72; H. S. Munro, 
500.00; M. P. Munro, 1,150.00; K. W. Naylor, 500.00; W. A. Neill, 2,066.67; 



Q 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Controller of Revenue Branch — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 
Permanent — Continued 

A. G. A. Nelson, 2,233.33; B. M. Nichols, 1,266.67; J. D. O'Brien, 3,866.67; 
J. J. O'Neill, 1,766.67; H. S. Parker, 1,633.33; C. J. H. Patterson, 587.50; M. M. 
Pearce, 331.45; J. D. Peck, 6,500.00; E. A. Polci, 562.50; M. H. Polci, 925.00; 
H. C. Porter, 541.65; F. S. Quinn, 2,433.33; D. C. Ramsay, 448.39; J. C. Ready, 
1,633.33; G. A. Redfern, 276.59; W. D. Reid, 829.03; L. A. Richard, 3,833.33; 
J. Robertson, 1,400.00; A. I. Rothwell, 1,266.67; J. C. Ruddy, 1,118.87; W. J. 
Rutherford, 666.65; J. H. Ryan, 753.33; N. R. Scott, 295.83; N. E. Sheppard, 
666.66; A. G. Smith, 2,383.33; B. T. Smith, 2,233.33; D. P. Sparling, 244.96; 
P. R. Spence, 890.32; L. C. Spittal, 950.00; F. M. Steel, 992.14; A. Stevenson, 
1,900.00; C. E. Stevenson, 2,033.33; M. B. Stewart, 925.00; H. W. Sutherland, 
603.96; K. C. L. Tanner, 893.04; A. Thompson, 1,125.00; M. Thompson, 1,200.00; 

A. W. Thomson, 1,800.00; E. M. Tidy, 1,266.67; B. Tighe, 1,000.00; N. Waddell, 
216.66; W. F. Wark, 435.32; E. F. M. White, 1,075.00; B. P. Wilson, 290.32; 
H. D. Zealand, 925.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Contribution re 
Enlistments, 878.71 185,348 48 

Temporary: 

D. Alexander, 748.39; H. E. Allen, 390.52; M. H. Appleyard, 624.05; G. W. 
Boudreau, 50.00; J. W. Boughner, 933.28; W. G. Brothers, 800.00; T. H. Callahan, 
375.00; B. K. Coulson, 522.58; A. E. Cruttenden, 1,299.96; H. Cunningham, 
1,244.06; A. G. deSeurie, 711.09; P. E. Duggan, 688.42; M. R. Flynn, 195.97; 

B. E. Hambly, 975.00; R. C. Henry, 750.00; D. H. Hubbs, 470.97; G. G. P. 
Irwin, 1,106.25; E. M. Jickells, 908.32; J. H. C. Kelsall, 750.00; A. W. M. Kirk- 
patrick, 466.64; A. Knox, 700.00; F. R. Lye, 457.50; D. McKenzie, 560.67; J. E. 
McLachlin, 325.81; H. J. McLaughlin, 147.18; M. K. McMeekin, 187.50; H. S. 
Munro, 883.30; L. J. Nodwell, 800.81; J. G. O'Connor, 435.47; M. E. O'Donnell, 
1,200.00; C. J. H. Patterson, 187.50; H. Pelletier, 495.00; E. A. Polci, 62.50; 
A. Potashin, 771.19; E. W. Robertson, 191.94; F. W. Slatter, 1,599.96; D. P. 
Sparling, 270.36; J. R. Thew, 198.56; L. Turnbull, 492.92; C. R. G. Ware, 45.16 24,023 83 

Travelling Expenses ($7,067.62) 

M. H. Brokenshire, 34.95; R. H. Burns, 681.83; T. H. Callahan, 207.55; A. E. Crut- 
tenden, 88.25; A. S. Dickson, 135.75; Department of Highways, 44.48; G. A. 
Duff, 99.14; W. H. Gleed, 417.86; J. E. Handford, 34.90; A. C. Jeffers, 29.28; 
J. W. Macdonald, 300.45; R. Meikle, 1,081.02; B. M. Metcalfe, 202.95; J. H. 
McClocklin, 411.00; K. B. McLaws, 175.75; A. E. McLean, 431.39; J. J. O'Neill, 
434.42; H. S. Parker, 360.65; J. C. Ready, 52.95; W. J. Rutherford, 57.00; A. G. 
Smith, 1,537.57; Car tickets, 200.00; accounts under $25, 48.48 7,067 62 

Maintenance ($6,528.26) 

Dun & Bradstreet of Canada, Ltd., 175.00; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 286.25; Great Lakes 
Insurance Service, Ltd., 150.00; King's Printer, 4,570.06; London Stock Exchange, 
126.78; Moody's Investors' Service, 180.00; National Quotation Bureau, Inc., 
144.00; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 159.10; Sundry Persons, meals 

re overtime, 355.75; Newspapers and periodicals, 44.00; accounts under 

$100, 337.32 6,528 26 

Fees ($15,510.69) 

Blake & Redden, 3,968.82; H. Clifford, 213.77; Fennell, Porter & Davis, 441.20; 
Mason, Faulds, Davidson & Kellock, 500.00; W. J. C. McCrea, 153.20; Sundry 
Banks, 5,186.48; Sundry Registrars and Sheriffs, 454.52; White, Ruel & Bristol, 
4,483.10; Accounts under $100, 109.60 15,510 69 

Controller of Revenue Branch $238,478 88 

POST OFFICE 

Salaries ($13,455.36) 
Permanent: 

A. Booth, 1,300.00; E. G. Freeman, 300.00; A. B. Gillies, 2,466.67; M. Grant, 
2,133.33; R. L. Jewell, 1,500.02; G. R. Morris, 1,400.00; J. C. Spratley, 1,258.33; 
C. F. Styles, 1,333.33; A. J. Taylor, 100.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 
Contribution re Enlistment, 52.00 11,843 68 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL TREASURER Q 13 

Post Office — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 
Temporary: 

M. Donaldson, 15.83; E. Freeman, 900.00; G. Hawley, 24.19; M. H. Hosick, 

289.58; D .Langfield, 213.33; A. G. Langstaff, 168.75 1,611 68 

Maintenance ($122,261.73) 

Canadian Postage Meters & Machines, Ltd., 405.40; King's Printer, 146.73; Postage, 

121,600.26; Accounts under $100, 109.34 122,261 73 

Post Office $135,717 09 



STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary ($3,333.33) 
Hon. Mitchell F. Hepburn 5 months. . 3,333 33 

Railway- Tax Distribution ($9,816.00) 

R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 29, Sec. 25 
Sundry Municipalities 9,816 00 

Blind Workmen's Compensation Act ($310.45) 

R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 205 

Workmen's Compensation Board 310 45 

Ontario Government's Contribution to Public Service Superannuation 
Fund ($404,049.96) 

Payment due to Fund (Sections 33 and 53) 404,049 96 

Iron Ore Bounty Act ($306,090.00) 

R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 48 

Algoma Ore Properties, Ltd 306,090 00 

Collection Agencies Act ($86.36) 

3 Geo. VI. Chap. 7, Sec. 13 

Ottawa Credit Exchange*, Ltd., 61.86; Mrs. Edith Sogan, 24.50 86 36 

Municipal Sinking Fund ($636,488.77) 
R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 266, Sec. 328 

County of Lincoln, 432,859.72; Town of Ingersoll, 125,996.74; Town of Prescott, 
30,342.44; Town of Thornbury, 25,870.47; Township of Barton, 19,353.46; 
Village of Acton, 466.19; P.S.S. No. 2, Lorraine, 1,599.75 636,488 77 

Land Titles Act, Refund Registry Office Surplus Fees ($66,501.44) 

R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 174, Sec. 152, Sup-Sec. 2 

City of St. Thomas, 38.41; City of Toronto, 35,960.74; County of Elgin, 200.93; 

County of Ontario, 2,579.02; County of York, 27,722.34 66,501 44 

Unclaimed Dividends ($70.00) 

R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 251, Sec. 210 
National Trust Co., Ltd., re Foley-O'Brien, Ltd 70 00 

Drainage Debentures (Tile) ($45,500.00) 
Sundry Municipalities 45,500 00 



Q 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statutory — Continued 
Debentures Guaranteed fy the Province 

Miscellaneous, Administration Expenses ($544.20) 
Bank of Montreal, 415.79; Accounts under $100, 128.41 544 20 

School Boards ($38,742.32) 
R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 356, Sec. 7 

Town of Blind River, R.C.S.S., 2,306.27; Town of Cobalt, High School, 2,276.80; 
Townships of Eaton and Rugby, P.S.S. No. 1, 174.37; Town of Englehart, P.S., 
1,765.33; Town of Haileybury, R.C.S.S. No. 1, 1,307.75; Township of Melgund, 
P.S.S. No. 1, 261.55; Township of Merritt, P.S.S. No. 4, 151.02; R.C.S.S. No. 1, 
6,536.49; Town of Sturgeon Falls, R.C.S.S. No. 1, 7,628.18; Township of Stirling, 
P.S.S. No. 2, 188.78; Township of Tisdale, P.S.S. No. 1, 12,380.23; P.S.S. No. 2, 
3,765.55 38,742 32 

Municipal Housing Act ($45,576.23) 
10-11 George V, Chap. 84, Sec. 4, Sub-Sec. 3 

City of East Windsor (Ford City), 12,502.64; Town of Riverside, 12,727.15; City of 

Windsor, 20,346.44 45,576 23 

Debenture Guarantee Acts ($10,716.56) 

9 George V, Chap. 4, Sec. 2; 22 George V, Chap. 53, Sec. 42 

Town of Matheson, 5,093.39; Town of Sturgeon Falls, 4,315.41; Town of Haileybury, 

1,307.76 10,716 56 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Act ($332,685.26) 

20 George V, Chap. 17; 23 George V, Chap. 59, Sec. 59, Sub-sec. 2 
Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway 332,685 26 

Province of Ontario Savings Office 

Salaries ($192,914.00) 

Head Office 
Permanent: 

F. E. Down, 850.00; B. M. Freeman, 187.50; H. Hanmer, 1,633.33; R. Horwitt, 
1,266.67; E. D. Johnson, 1,966.67; E. R. MacEwen, 1,733.33; O. J. McCullough, 
3,466.67; H. W. Nixon, 1,866.67; S. C. Patton, 2,500.00; E. A. Warren, 525.00. . 15,995 84 

Temporary: 

E. A. Warren 270 96 

Branch Offices 
Permanent: 

Aylmer, 4,162.10; Brantford, 10,937.62; Guelph, 5,332.09; Hamilton, 9,847.05; 
Hamilton, East End, 6,441.64; London, 4,310.21; Niagara Falls, 3,096.45; 
Ottawa, 12,098.99; Owen Sound, 3,864.58; Pembroke, 5,809.94; Sault Ste. Marie, 
1,350.00; Seaforth, 3,025.00; St. Catharines, 8,042.87; St. Mary's, 3,925.00; 
Toronto— Bay and Adelaide, 23,286.61; Danforth and Fenwick, 11,486.88; 
Danforth and Woodbine, 10,207.19; Parliament Buildings, 6,779.16; St. Clair and 
Yonge, 2,999.98; University and Dundas, 8,587.48; Walkerton, 3,225.00; Wind- 
sor, 2,674.19; Woodstock, 3,837.50; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Con- 
tribution re Enlistments, 694.05 156,021 58 

Temporary: 

Aylmer, 299.56; Brantford, 1,010.48; Guelph, 562.50; Hamilton, 1,977.08; Hamil- 
ton, East End, 788.90; London, 750.00; Niagara Falls, 312.50; Ottawa, 2,538.58; 
Owen Sound, 1,064.58; Pembroke, 337.50; Sault Ste. Marie, 1,800.00; St. Cath- 
arines, 68.75; St. Mary's, 300.00; Toronto— Bay and Adelaide, 3,494.76; Danforth 
and Woodbine, 171.37; Parliament Buildings, 166.93; St. Clair and Yonge, 
2,332.13; University and Dundas, 1,487.50; Windsor, 825.00; Woodstock, 337.50 20,625 62 



1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL TREASURER QJ5 

Sratutory — Continued 

Province of Ontario Savings Office — Continued 

Travelling Expenses ($1,838.74) 

H. Hanmer, 86.00; E. D. Johnson, 535.50; E. R. MacEwen, 553.15; O. J. McCullough, 

60.44; H. W. Nixon, 562.75; R. J. Roberts, 27.27; Accounts under $25, 13.63 1,838 74 

Maintenance ($84,386.14) 
Advertising: 

Allied Trades & Labour Association, 50.00; Army and Navy Veterans in Canada, 
65.00; Canadian Baptist, 30.00; Canadian Churchman, 46.00; Canadian Labour 
Press, 100.00; Canadian Veteran, 40.00; Grand Orange Lodge, 30.00; Hamilton 
Civil Service Federation, 25.00; Hamilton District Trades and Labour Council, 
40.00; Hamilton District L.O.L. No. 12, 40.00; Hamilton Interscholastic Athletic 
Council, 40.00; Hamilton Police Association, No. 191, 50.00; International Union 
of Operating Engineers, 35.00; Labour Digest, 50.00; Labour Leader, 150.00; 
Labour News, 200.00; The Legionary, 73.50; Liberal Advocate, 55.00; Military 
Publishing Co., 100.00; National Labour Day Committee, 50.00; Newman Club, 
25.00; Poles in Canada, 35.00; Presbyterian Record, 48.00; The Freemason, 30.00; 
The Torch, 150.00; Toronto District Labour Council, 50.00; Toronto Lions Con- 
vention Committee, 40.00; Toronto Council K. of C, 25.00; Accounts under 

$25, 111.98 1,784 48 

Miscellaneous: 

Fidelity Insurance Company of Canada, 1,811.51; King's Printer, 11,275.37; 
G. McMurrich & Sons, Ltd., 116.93; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 

7,453.23; Express and freight, 16.98; newspapers and periodicals, 18.75; 

postage, 1,300.00; telegrams, 8.39; telephone, 48.79; accounts under $100, 54.87 22,104 82 

Expenses (Branch Offices): 

Aylmer, 1,023.64; Brantford, 1,731.14; Guelph, 2,734.65; Hamilton, 5,599.25; 
Hamilton, East End, 2,217.33 ; London, 2,413.50; Newmarket, 360.00; Niagara 
Falls, 2,413.50; Ottawa, 5,500.00; Owen Sound, 1,150.26; Pembroke, 1,482.92; Sea- 
forth, 438.65; St. Catharines, 1,076.32; Sault Ste. Marie, 1,500.00; St. Mary's, 
714.00; Toronto— Bay and Adelaide, 17,570.41; Danforth and Fenwick, 3,926.57; 
Danforth and Woodbine, 2,874.44; Parliament Buildings, 57.80; University and 
Dundas, 32.04; Yonge and St. Clair, 2,599.10; Walkerton, 662.32; Windsor, 

2,107.00; Woodstock, 820.00 61,004 84 

Less: Refund, Dominion Government re 3rd Victory Loan 508 00 

60,496 84 

Cost of Living Bonus ($21,641.78) 

Sundry Employees 21,641 78 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($1.76) 

Postmaster, stamps purchased 1 76 

Province of Ontario Savings Office $300,782 42 

Less: Refund of Expenditure by Savings Office 300,782 42 



Statutory $1,900,510 88 

SPECIAL WARRANT 
Preparation of Brief for St. Lawrence Waterways Development ($5,175.00) 

Charleson & Anglin 5,175 00 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
Rural Bonuses for Primary and Secondary Lines ($215,000.00) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 215,000 00 

Total Expenditure, Department of Provincial Treasurer, $2,662,173 92 



Q 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



PUBLIC DEBT— PRINCIPAL, INTEREST, ETC. (STATUTORY) 

Stock and Debentures (see page Q 5-6) . 83,197,279 20 

Treasury Bills (see page Q 7-8) 56,850,746 93 

Railway Aid Certificates (see page Q 8) 25,850 53 



Miscellaneous 

Interest on Trust Funds and Special Accounts ($1,035,281.05) 

Assurance Fund under Land Titles Act 7,500 00 

Bank Overdrafts 30,258 62 

Bequests for Charitable and Educational Purposes (R.S.O. 1937, Chap. 21, Sec. 6): 

Edward F. Seagram Bequest to Gait General Hospital 200 00 

Peter Adamson Scholarship to Goderich Collegiate Institute 50 00 

Robert McKay " " " " 200 00 

Veterans' Memorial " " " " 28 00 

John Foote Bequest to Mercer Reformatory 40 00 

Isaac Brown " to Ontario School for Blind 22 60 

J. W. Carter " " " " " 8 00 

Dominion Tactile Trust Bequest to Ontario School for Blind 629 60 

John Alfred Emery Scholarship to " " " " 238 02 

J. Livingstone Bequest to Ontario School for Blind 146 84 

Jessie McLellan " " " " " 20 00 

George McMurray " " " " " 8 00 

R. B. Miles " " " " " 20 00 

Annie Peterson " " " " " 20 00 

J.W.Carter " " " " Deaf 8 00 

Allan Kelly " " " " " 34 00 

Hon. J. R. Cooke Scholarship to Stirling High School 50 00 

W. S. Scott Bequest to Soldiers' Aid Commission 402 24 

2,125 30 

Deduct— Refund re J. E. Farewell Bequest 20 00 

2,105 30 

Municipal Sinking Fund 57,256 90 

Niagara Parks Commission, Sinking Fund 6,829 47 

Province of Ontario Savings Office Deposits 763,235 58 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 168,095 18 



Exchange on Transfer of Foreign Monies ($4,451.87) 

Total Cost, Bank of Montreal, etc 1,884,050 51 

Deduct — Charged to Loans (see details on page Q 5-6) 1,879,598 64 

Sundry 4,451 87 



Loan Flotation Expenses ($15,260.23) 

Loan 

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Printing and Engraving $7,800 00 $5,298 00 

Insurance, Postage and Express 231 77 27 69 

Bank Fee — Exchange of Interims 1,000 00 

Delivery Expenses 902 77 

$8,031 77 



General Administration Expenses ($532.85) 



Advertising 

Express 

Insurance 

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Miscellaneous 



$7,228 46 


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1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL TREASURER Q 17 

Public Debt (Statutory) — Continued 

Amortization of Premium paid on Debentures Purchased for Debt 
Cancellation or for Sinking Fund Investment ($129,118.70) 

Premium on Debentures Purchased prior to April 1st, 1937: 
For Cancellation: 

Succession Duty Free Bonds 149 12 

Debt Retirement — General Sinking Fund 1,700 92 

Debt Conversion — General Issues 21,074 81 



For Investment: 

AM Sinking Fund 17,129 35 

AN " " 16,890 86 



22.924 85 



34,020 21 



Premium on Debentures Purchased — Current Year: 
For Cancellation: 

Series AC 8 64 

AD 63,965 36 

AW 6 50 

RH 4,102 13 

RQ 1,635 00 

RS 421 75 

WW-YY 2,034 26 



72,173 64 

Gross Payments, Principal, Interest and Expenses 141,258,521 36 

Deduct — Interest, Commission and Discount received from Boards, Commis- 
sions, etc. (as per details on Statement No. 21, page 29) 8,794,334 34 



Net Payments, Principal, Interest and Expenses 132,464,187 02 

Sinking Fund Provisions and Investments Purchased 

Sinking Fund Instalments ($1,181,000.00) 

Debenture Loan, Series AM 577,000 00 

" AN 604,000 00 

1,181,000 00 

Investment of Sinking Funds 

Debenture Loan, Series AM — Sinking Fund: 

Par Value Cost 
Debenture Loan, Series RB 1960-1961 5,000 00 4,935 00 



Add — Discount received on Debentures purchased (see page 29) 65 00 



5,000 00 
Deduct — Cost defrayed from proceeds of Matured Investments (see 

page 33) 5,000 00 



Total Public Debt— Principal, Interest, etc $133,645,187 02 



PART R 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

PUBLIC WELFARE 

FISCAL YEAR, 1942-43 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

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Salaries, Etc 5 

Maintenance of Indigents, etc 5 

Grants 6 

Children's Aid Branch 7 

Mothers' Allowances Commission 8 

Old Age Pensions Commission 10 

Statutory 13 

Unemployment Relief 13 

Special Warrants 16 

Summary 4 



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1942-43 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE R 5 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

Hon. Harold J. Kirby, Minister (Statutory, see page E 52). 
Hon. F. R. Oliver, Minister (Statutory, see page R 13). 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($18,249.06) 
Permanent: 

G. S. Tattle Deputy Minister and Vice-Chairman 

Old Age Pensions Commission .... 5,000 00 
E. W. Best, 1,450.00; S. L. Charlton, 2,600.00; D. T. Donohue, 600.00; S. J. 
Gadsby, 3,000.00; J. I.Lawson, 1,200.00; O. I.Nichols, 1,300.00; F. E.J. O'Donog- 
hue, 1,500.00 16,650 00 

Temporary: 

M. J. Egan, 525.00; F. Glaser, 325.00; J. E. MacEachern, 465.73; D. McMillan, 

283.33 1,599 06 

Travelling Expenses ($1,887.41) 
Hon. F. R. Oliver, 575.00; S. L. Charlton, 1,012.05; G. S. Tattle, 300.36 1,887 41 

Maintenance ($3,022.15) 

King's Printer, 2,798.56; Newspapers and periodicals, 53.00; telephone, 137.22; 

accounts under $100, 33.37 3,022 15 

Maintenance of Indigents ($13,379.80) 

St. Joseph's Villa, Blind River, 1,613.50; St. Paul's Home, Cornwall, 16.80; House of 
Providence, Kingston, 562.80; Protestant Home for the Aged, Ottawa, 221.20; 
St. Charles' Hospice, Ottawa, 2,128.70; St. Joseph's House of Providence, Peter- 
borough, 255.50; St. Joseph's Manor, Port Arthur, 1,705.20; House of Providence, 
Toronto, 1,129.80; Salvation Army Eventide Home, Toronto, 255.50; Algoma 
District Refuge, Sault Ste. Marie, 1,475.60; Nipissing District Refuge, North 
Bay, 2,226.70; Parry Sound District Refuge, Powassan, 511.00; Ontario County 
Refuge, Whitby, 766.50; Victoria County Home, Lindsay, 511.00 13,379 80 

Burial of Indigents ($1,178.23) 

Sargent & Son, 120.00; Accounts under $100, 1,058.23 1,178 23 

Transportation of Indigents ($121.00) 
Accounts under $100 121 00 

Rehabilitation of Indigents ($222.78) 

S. J. Dew, 122.95; Accounts under $100, 99.83 222 78 

Compensation, Medical, Hospital and Other Accounts for Workmen injured in 

Government Work as Awarded by the Workmen's Compensation Board, 

including proportion of Administration Expenses ($17.00) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 17 00 

Cost of Living Bonus ($30,992.41) 

Sundry Employees 30,992 41 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($235.28) 
Postmaster, stamps purchased, 415.69, less refund of employees' contribution, 180.41 . 235 28 



R6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Grants 

Refuges ($83,270.25) 

Barrie — Independent Order of Odd Fellows, 489.50; Belleville — Home for the Aged, 
342.90; Blind River— St. Joseph's Villa, 157.50; Brantford— Widows' Home, 
378.50; Chatham— Home for the Friendless, 531.20; Cornwall— St. Paul's Home, 
2,037.90; Dundas— House of Providence, 2,477.40; Guelph— Elliott Home, 768.10; 
House of Providence, 444.70; Hamilton — Aged Women's Home, 1,852.40; 
Home for the Aged and Infirm, 5,211.20; Kingston — House of Providence, 
4,383.80; House of Refuge, 770.50; London — McCormick Home for the Aged, 
1,205.30; House of Providence, 4,073.70; Minnow Lake— The Good Shepherd 
Refuge, 795.95; Ottawa — Bronson Memorial Home, 307.70; May Court Club 
Convalescent Home, 436.80; Good Shepherd Refuge, 3,504.00; Protestant 
Home for the Aged, 690.90; St. Charles' Hospice, 6,139.80; St. Patrick's Home, 
2,266.30; Peterborough — Anson House, 498.60; St. Joseph's House of Provi- 
dence, 1,332.60; St. Thomas— Thomas Williams Home, 469.00; Port Arthur— 
St. Joseph's Manor, 578.00; Toronto — Tweedsmuir Home, Aged Men, 973.10; 
Belmont Home, Aged Women, 1,541.20; Ewart Home, Aged Women, 1,662.10; 
Church Home for the Aged, 979.40; Good Shepherd Industrial Refuge, 4,906.35; 
The Haven, 1,671.80; House of Industry, 4,284.30; House of Providence, 13,995.85; 
Jewish Old Folks' Home, 2,023.10; Julia Greenshields' Home, 627.70; St. Mary's 
Convalescent and Rest Home, 602.90; Salvation Army, Receiving Home, 527.60; 
Salvation Army, Rescue Home , 783.50; Salvation Army, Eventide Home, 
1,059.70; Windsor— The Homestead, 479.00; Good Shepherd Refuge, 1,112.50; 
Algoma District — House of Refuge, Sault Ste. Marie, 2,124.00; Nipissing Dis- 
trict — House of Refuge, North Bay, 886.10; Parry Sound District — House of 
Refuge, Powassan, 885.80 83,270 25 

Orphanages ($60,453.30) 

Cobourg — St. Joseph's Orphanage, 420.05; Cornwall — Nazareth Orphanage, 
1,361.40; Fort William— St. Joseph's Orphanage, 2,057.25; Hamilton— Boys' 
Home, 352.55; Girls' Home, 631.70; Home for Friendless and Infants' Home, 
866.85; St. Mary's Orphan Asylum, 1,921.75; Salvation Army, Rescue Home, 
853.55; Hearst — St. Joseph's Orphanage, 1,653.45; Kingston — Home of Friend- 
less Women and Infants, 677.70; Orphans' Home and Widows' Friend Society, 
418.75; St. Mary's of the Lake Orphanage, 579.15; Kitchener — Kitchener 
Orphanage, 745.85; London — Mount St. Joseph Orphanage, 1,783.70; Protest- 
ant Orphans' Home, 785.05; Ronald Roy Gray Memorial Home, 527.65; Sal- 
vation Army, Rescue Home, 1,005.70; Ottawa — Protestant Children's Village, 
595.95; St. Joseph's Orphanage, 4,739.15; St. Mary's Home, 640.70; St. Patrick's 
Home, 1,037.50; Salvation Army, Rescue Home, 1,411.85; Peterborough — St. 
Vincent Orphanage, 293.45; Richmond Hill — Loyal True Blue and Orange 
Home, 2,087.10; St. Agatha— Orphans' Home, 990.90; St. Catharines— Protestant 
Orphans' Home, 408.00; Sudbury— D'Youville Orphanage, 1,288.65; Toronto- 
Boys' Home, 211.20; Catholic Welfare Bureau, 8,402.45; Carmelite Orphanage, 
818.50; Humewood House, 263.65; Infants' Home and Infirmary, 7,152.85; 
Jewish Children's Bureau, 2,179.90; Pentecostal Bethel Home, 269.35; Protestant 
Children's Home, 4,113.40; St. Mary's Infants' Home, 980.55; Sacred Heart 
Orphanage, 855.85; Salvation Army Children's Home, 583.55; Victor Home for 
Women, 1,981.30; Working Boys' Home, 1,523.50; Windsor— Faith Haven, 
981.90 60,453 30 

Soldiers' Aid Commission ($39,861.68) 
Soldiers' Aid Commission 39,861 68 

Memorial Wreaths ($2,306.50) 
Ontario Provincial Command, Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L 2,306 50 

Boy Scouts' Association ($2,500.00) 

Boy Scouts' Association 2,500 00 

Ontario Girl Guides' Association ($1,000.00) 

Ontario Girl Guides' Association 1,000 00 

Main Office $258,696 85 



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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 



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CHILDREN'S AID BRANCH 

Salaries ($36,939.01) 

Permanent: 

M. B. Andrachuk, 1,200.00; M. Bennett, 138.91; J. Bodnarchuk, 900.00; A. E. 
Boys, 1,900.00; H. A. Carr, 1,000.00; S. Christie, 1,200.00; M. Crawford, 325.00; 
F. H. Downing, 325.00; L. C. Ecker, 2,000.00; M. Fleming, 2,400.00; M. E. 
Hamilton, 1,400.00; B. W. Heise, 3,866.67; M. L. Hern, 925.00; G. M. Hoskin, 
1,000.00; F. A. Lightwood, 1,500.00; A. E. Lott, 925.00; H. L. Mackay, 1,633.33; 
H. E. MacKenzie, 1,500.00; M. A. McCabe, 1,833.33; A. J. McKean, 1,500.00; 
H. Moore, 1,600.00; V. E. Robinson, 975.00; D. A. Scarpelli, 937.50; G. M. 
Stagg, 1,200.00; V. E. Taverner, 1,200.00; G. M. B. Twigg, 975.00; M. I. Webb, 
1,150.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund , Contribution re Enlistment, 
48.00 35,557 74 



Temporary : 

V. Borbridge, 550.00; F. H. Downing, 600.00; H. E. MacKenzie, 145.33; E. F. 
Sills, 85.94 



1,381 27 



Travelling Expenses ($3,695.01) 

L. C. Ecker, 906.20; M. Fleming, 1,197.70; B. W. Heise, 355.66; M. A. McCabe, 

1,235.45 3,695 01 

Maintenance ($5,942.34) 

King's Printer, 5,653.93; Social Service Index, 135.00; Telephone, 114.25; 

accounts under $100, 39.16 5,942 34 



Services and Expenses re Administration of the Children's Protection Act 
of Ontario, and the Children of Unmarried Parents Act, 1921, and 
Adoptions, etc. ($66,840.63) 
Travelling Expenses: 

F. Appleyard, 29.11; K. S. Armstrong, 153.98; R. Barritt, 32.64; B. Beaumont 
316.90; C. R. Bilger, 125.11; E. R. Bingeman, 67.36; M. D. Bissell, 43.62; A. E 
Boys, 658.32; W. H. Bury, 86.33; O. C. Cadotte, 121.57; D. W. Cameron, 151.65 
A. G. Carson, 54.01; G. Carter, 79.17; E. Caswell, 110.60; R. G. Clowes, 377.26 
A. G. Collier, 197.28; F. Cristall, 42.72; B. Dauphinse, 110.88; J. S. Davidson 
460.20; J. H. Dawson, 220.48; J. G. Driscoll, 52.28; H. T. Edwards, 178.79 
H. Ferguson, 44.00; M. M. Fitzsimmons, 41.57; C. M. Flatt, 100.80; W. D 
Forest, 428.72; G. R. Foster, 110.76; A. M. Gervais, 62.40; D. W. Hanna 
108.80; J. Hartill, 486.82; M. J. Henshaw, 159.18; K. J. Hodgert, 181.82; R 
Hubbs, 25.20; F. M. Humble, 107.14; K. D. Kayler, 83.20; L. M. Kraus, 119.24 
J. Lacasse, 146.10; J. MacPherson, 107.02; E. Majurv, 237.18; C. Mattar 
178.03; M. A. McCabe, 124.60; V. E. McLean, 60.00; H. Moore, 66.00; H. C 
Nugent, 94.88; A. Pullam, 321.52; D. Renel, 31.90; L. S. Richardson, 133.03 
T. D. Rustin, 222.70; S. Sime, 60.56; T- E. Simpson, 344.19; D. G. Stevenson 
183.19; G. F. Thompson, 188.82; F. Tibbetts, 507.43; M. Trout, 54.37; C. A 

Winters, 158.63; R. A. D. Young, 31.41; Car tickets, 25.00; accounts under 

$25, 246.67 

Maintenance of Children: 

Children's Aid Societies: 

Algoma District, 5,389.10; Cochrane District, 9,238.50; Dufferin County, 
250.50; Fort William District, 2,405.25; Frontenac Countv, 615.75; Kenora 
District, 4,994.16; Manitoulin District, 23.25; Nipissing District, 3,463.92; 
Parry Sound District, 2,921.95; Port Arthur District, 1,518.99; Rainy River 
District, 9,052.82; St. Vincent de Paul, Toronto, 1,277.25; Sudbury District, 
6,021.25; Temiskaming District, 8,064.65; Toronto, 1,082.25; Simcoe County, 

1,549.00; Lincoln County, 64.50 57,933 09 

Less: Refunds, Sundrv Persons 45 50 



9,253 14 



57,887 59 



Legal Services, Witness Fees, etc.: 

A. F. Gignac, 200.00; MacDonald and Macintosh, 521.53; D. F. McCuaig, 
105.00; S. V. O'Connor, 125.00; Treleaven & Treleaven, 310.00; A. S. Winchester, 
167.50; Accounts under $100, 1,468.36 2,897 39 

Total $70,038 12 

Less: Refunds, Legal Services Recovered 3,197 49 



$66,840 63 



R8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Children's Aid Branch — Continued 

Grant to be Applied on the Salaries of Officers Occupying the Position of Local 
Superintendent and Local Officer ($62,500.00) 

Algoma, 1,500.00; Brant, 1,000.00; Bruce, 1,000.00; Cochrane, 1,500.00; Dufferin, 
500.00; Elgin, 1,500.00; Frontenac, 1,500.00; Grey, 1,000.00; Haldimand, 
1,000.00; Halton and Peel, 1,000.00; Hamilton, 2,000.00; Hastings, 1,500.00; 
Huron, 1,000.00; Kenora, 1,000.00; Kent, 1,000.00; Lambton, 1,000.00; Lanark, 
1,000.00; Leeds and Grenville, 1,500.00; Lennox and Addington, 1,000.00; Lincoln, 
1,500.00; London and Middlesex, 1,500.00; Manitoulin, 500.00; Muskoka, 
1,000.00; Nipissing, 1,500.00; Norfolk, 1,500.00; Northumberland and Durham, 
1,000.00; Ontario, 1,000.00; Ottawa and Carleton, 1,500.00; Oxford, 1,000.00; 
Parry Sound, 1,500.00; Perth, 500.00; Peterborough, 1,500.00; Port Arthur, 
1,000.00; Prescott and Russell, 1,000.00; Prince Edward, 500.00; Rainy River, 
1,000.00; Renfrew, 1,000.00: St. Vincent de Paul, 1,500.00; Simcoe, 1,500.00; 
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 1,500.00; Sudbury, 1,500.00; Temiskaming, 
1,500.00; Toronto, 1,500.00; Victoria and Haliburton, 1,500.00; Waterloo, 1,000.00 
Welland County and Niagara Falls, 1,500.00; Wellington, 1,500.00; Went- 
worth, 1,000.00; Windsor and Essex, 1,500.00; Windsor and Essex R.C., 1,500.00; 
York, 1,500.00 62,500 00 

British Child Guests ($3,081.28) 

Sundry Children's Aid Societies, 12,953.66; Ontario Hospital, Woodstock, 105.00; 

University of Toronto, 240.00; Wycliffe College, 111.90; Accounts under 

$100, 28.35 13,438 91 

Less: Refund, National Advisorv Committee 10,357 63 



3,081 28 



Children's Aid Branch $178,998 27 

MOTHERS' ALLOWANCES COMMISSION 

J. A. Faulkner, Chairman. 

Salaries ($61,477.62) 

Permanent: 

M. M. Abernethy, 1,500.00; E. E. Armstrong, 1,266.67; H. Bapty, 1,000.00; 
H. Bentley, 3,000.00; A. E. Birss, 1,266.67; B. A. F. Boultbee, 600.00; A. M. 
Brackin, 1,233.34; A. A. Brown, 1,266.67; E.G. Campbell, 1,266.67; F. L. Camp- 
bell, 650.00; E. C. Caswell, 353.23; I. B. Chambers, 1,121.51; E. V. Craig, 
1,266.67; Y. de Puyjalon, 700.00; E. D. Devereux, 1,500.00; F. L. Duff, 1,200.00; 
L. I. Farnden, 1,266.67; E. M. Fitch, 1,300.00; I. C. Fleming, 1,333.33; C. A. 
Folkard, 1,500.00; A. M. Fraser, 1,600.00; H. I. Fry, 1,266.67; J. V. V. Gauthier, 
1,266.67; J. H. Q-ibson, 600.00; M. C. Hennessy, 1,233.33; A. E. Hindley, 1,500.00; 
A. Horrigan, 1,266.67; D. Jones, 375.00; A. M. Kellock, 1,266.67; A. Lalonde, 
1,266.67; H. Lordan, 1,300.00; R. K. MacKenzie, 793.33; L. McAlpine, 1,200.00; 
A. B. McCoig, 1,200.00; G. A. McCool, 1,266.67; F. E. McEvoy, 1,266.67; 
M. McGee, 1,600.00; N. Mclldoon, 1,150.00; E. V. McKechnie, 2,000.00; G. L. 
McKenty, 1,266.67; E. H. McMullen, 1,500.00; M. McMullen, 1,300.00; M. R. 
McNaughton, 300.00; M. J. Meehan, 1,266.67; A. G. Mitchell, 1,266.67; H. P. 
Mooney, 1,266.67; F. M. Morgan, 76.88; T. E. Mullarkey, 1,266.67; M. G. 
Musselman, 1,266.67; A. Patterson, 2,000.00; E. M. Pereira, 1,000.00; G. Poite- 
vin, 690.00; M. M. Powell, 2,100.00; E. C. Riddell, 1,150.00; E. W. Rogers, 
1,500.00; A. H. Sacks, 58.33; E. P. Shepherd, 1,266.67; M. J. Singer, 1,300.00; 
O. A. Smith, 1,213.33; N. E. Smyth, LftHLOD; B. M. Sparks, 1,125.00; C. L. 
Steward, 1,000.00; M. D. Tolmie, 1,266.67; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, Contribution re Enlistment, 24.00 76,080 68 

Temporary: 

A. Aylesworth, 48.39; I. Broad, 100.00; L. P. Burke, 245.16; M. E. Calder, 
100.00; I. B. Chambers, 145.16; A. P. Conley, 1,266.64; S. F. Dargavel, 1,266.64; 
M. V. Dike, 290.32; M. G. Dixon, 1,200.00; A. D. Fricker, 245.16; S. E. Fry, 
77.42; L. G. Gunter, 1,233.32; J. Hollands-Hurst, 1,233.32; A. M. Hurley, 
1,233.32; J. G. Jamieson, 900.00; D. Jones, 225.00; M. B. Kembley, 1,266.64; 
L. G. Laing, 45.16; M. A. Lindsay, 1,266.64; N. N. MacConnell, l,266.f34; 
E. E. MacGregor, 100.00; S. E. MacLean, 1,200.00; L. M. Martin, 9.68; P. 
McCutcheon, 1,200.00; H. McKenzie, 77.42; C. B. Miller, 301.06; B. Moffatt, 
290.32; F. M. Morgan, 1,156.44; E. R. Murray, 1,366.65; E. Neelon, 19.35; 
C. Oke, 1,233.32; A. A. Perkins, 290.32; L. E. A. Pinner, 200.00; J. Plaxton, 



1942-43 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 



R9 



Mothers' Allowances Commission — Continued 

Salaries — Temporary — Continued 

610.00; G. Poitevin, 510.00; A. Proudlock, 77.42; J. G. F. Rankin, 1,233.32; 
A. D. Reid, 1,266.64; A. D. Roy, 100.00; R. A. Sabourin, 400.00; M. Seigner, 
200.00; S. C. Smith, 1,200.00; I. O. Telford, 1,035.48; E. L. Walsh, 100.00; 
I. A. Warren, 1,266.64; E. M. White, 77.42; L. A. Williams, 25.81; E. E. Zuber, 

973.33 30,175 55 

Total $106,256 23 

Less: One-half cost of Investigators' Salaries transferred 

to Old Age Pensions Commission (see page R 10). 44,778 61 

Total Salaries $61,477 62 



Travelling Expenses ($22,032.34) 

M. M. Abernethy, 486.13; E. E. Armstrong, 862.82; A. M. Brackin, 25.41; A. A 
Brown, 315.97; M. E. Calder, 110.32; E. G. Campbell, 745.07; E. C. Caswell 
504.57; I. B. Chambers, 268.93; E. V. Craig, 857.17; G. H. Davis, 94.71; S. F 
Dargavel, 619.54; Y. de Puyjalon, 65.20; E. D. Devereux, 435.85; M. V. Dike 
127.15; M. G. Dixon, 823.25; L. I. Farnden, 609.84; J. A. Faulkner, 27.52 
I. C. Fleming, 1,220.35; C. A. Folkard, 1,042.28; A. M. Fraser, 794.93; S. E 
Fry, 114.58; H. I. Fry, 611.61; J. V. V. Gauthier, 1,727.93; A. W. Gough, 33.93 
L. G. Gunter, 1,114.49; A. E. Hindley, 579.88; D. L. Hennessy, 1,017.86; J 
Hollands-Hurst, 1,122.88; A. Horrigan, 340.11; A. M. Hurley, 626.07; J. G 
Jamieson, 535.12; D. B. Hutchings, 86.37; A. M. Kellock, 854.28; M. B. Kembley 
436.05; F. B. Knechtel, 1,442.25; A. Lalonde, 843.61; M. A. Lindsay, 775.94 
H. Lordan, 480.81; L. G. Laing, 49.20; N. N. MacConnell, 999.37; R. K. Mac 
Kenzie, 950.99; S. E. MacLean, 551.80; E. E. MacGregor, 27.76; L. McAlpine 
28.41; G. A. McCool, 1,192.62; P. McCutcheon, 45.80; F. E. McEvoy, 321.07 
M. McGee, 1,506.06; G. L. McKenty, 683.53; L. M. Martin, 25.30; M. J. Mee 
han, 653.06; A. G. Mitchell, 696.35; H. P. Mooney, 688.68; F. M. Morgan 
267.73; T. E. Mullarkey, 600.37; E. R. Murray, 1,027.11; M. G. Musselman 
607.22; E. Neelon, 29.10; G. Poitevin, 1,135.31; M. M. Powell, 421.82; J. Plax 
ton, 79.68; L. E. A. Pinner, 92.58; J. G. F. Rankin, 377.69; A. D. Reid, 128.15 
A. D. Roy, 120.06; R. A. Sabourin, 32.75; D. W. Savoie, 1,150.07; E. P. Shep 
herd, 306.26; O. A. Smith, 1,038.03; S. C. Smith, 601.94; N. E. Smyth, 1,243.53 
I. O. Telford, 504.12; M. D. Tolmie, 710.60; E. M. White, 80.89; I. A. Warren, 

978.04; E. E. Zuber, 184.70; Car tickets, 500.00; accounts under $25, - 

84.70 43,503 23 

Less: One half cost of Investigators' travelling expenses trans- 
ferred to Old Age Pensions Commission (see page R 11) 21,470 89 

Maintenance ($8,739.42) 
Local Boards: 

Algoma, 155.94; Cochrane, 221.83; Kenora, 122.52; Manitoulin, 191.66; Mus- 
koka, 214.13; Nipissing, 282.68; Parry Sound, East, 298.50; Port Arthur, 193.99; 
Rainy River, 128.74; Sturgeon Falls, 13.00; Sudbury, 502.96; Temiskaming, 



165.12; Thunder Bay, 207.45 



Miscellaneous: 

King's Printer, 5,472.54; Social Service Index, 162.20; Sundry Doctors, examina- 
tion fees, 176.00; Cartage, express and freight, 65.02; accounts under $100, 



165.14. 



22,032 34 



2,698 52 



6,040 90 



Counties: 



Allowances in Accordance with the Mothers' Allowances Act ($3,477,243.74) 



Brant, 11,305.00; Bruce, 31,765.00; Carleton, 34,550.00; Dufferin, 9,830.00; 
Dundas, 11,670.00; Durham, 15,210.00; Elgin, 21,225.00; Essex, 39,325.00; 
Frontenac, 18,435.00; Glengarry, 25,440.00; Grenville, 11,450.00; Grey, 33,620.00; 
Haldimand, 18,780.00; Haliburton, 7,253.00; Halton, 10,615.00; Hastings, 
44,180.00; Huron, 27,034.90; Kent, 30,655.00; Lambton, 14,685.00; Lanark, 
20,055.00; Leeds, 18,570.00; Lennox and Addington, 14,990.00; Lincoln, 14,885.00; 
Middlesex, 24,186.00; Norfolk, 27,840.00; Northumberland, 25,965.00; Ontario, 
21,835.00; Oxford, 15,930.00; Peel, 14,555.00; Perth, 12,395.00; Peterborough, 
17,060.00; Prescott, 36,145.00; Prince Edward, 9,715.00; Renfrew, 67,617.00; 
Russell, 24,355.00; Simcoe, 93,030.00; Stormont, 57,801.00; Victoria, 18,349.00; 
Waterloo, 20,285.00; Welland, 31,280.00; Wellington, 22,165.00; Wentworth, 
14,865.00; York, 237,346.97 1,278,247|87 



R 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. I 



Mothers' Allowances Commission — Continued 
Allowances — Continued 



Cities: 



Belleville, 24,840.00; Brantford, 38,490.00; Chatham, 24,765.00; Fort William, 
39,200.00; Gait, 14,485.00; Guelph, 25,769.00; Hamilton, 152,825.00; Kingston, 
35,535.00; Kitchener, 38,275.00; London, 76,262.00; Niagara Falls, 18,960.00; 
North Bay, 30,720.00; Oshawa, 22,660.00; Ottawa, 190,542.97; Owen Sound, 
23,430.00; Peterborough, 30,335.00; Port Arthur, 28,155.00; St. Catharines, 
17,860.00; St. Thomas, 20,370.00; Sarnia, 11,025.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 35,340.00; 
Stratford, 17,225.00; Sudbury, 40,150.00; Toronto, 715,433.40; Welland, 10,500,00; 
Windsor, 93,866.00; Woodstock, 12,980.00 1,789,998 37 

Towns: 

Brockville, 8,185.00; Gananoque, 4,105.00; Ingersoll, 9,490.00; Prescott, 3,750.00; 

St. Mary's, 6,675.00; Smith's Falls, 3,325.00; Trenton, 8,840.00 44,370 00 

Districts: 

Algoma, 30,965.00; Cochrane, 76,345.00; Kenora, 19,667.50; Manitoulin, 

10,105.00; Muskoka, 25,175.00; Nipissing, 42,060.00; Parry Sound, 34,200.00; 

Rainy River, 19,170.00; Sudbury, 43,585.00; Thunder Bav, 11,290.00; Temis- 

kaming, 52,065.00 364,627 50 

Medical Services ($166,783.15) 

Ontario Medical Association 166,783 1 5 

Mothers' Allowances Commission $3,736,276 27 

OLD AGE PENSIONS COMMISSION 

J. A. Faulkner, Chairman 

Salaries ($117,722.86) 
Permanent : 

M. M. Barrett, 937.08; K. M. Bawden, 875.00; M. A. Beatty, 1,125.00; M. 
Bennett, 600.00; M. M. Bentley, 850.00; A. I. Boughner, 417.34; B. A. F. Boult- 
bee, 325.00; W. W. Boyce, 2,100.00; M. Brown, 1,000.00; M. G. Brown, 458.12; 
M. H. Bull, 762.70; F. J. Cassidy, 1,800.00; W. J. Chalmers, 1,106.65; O. G. 
Clarke, 1,933.33; M. Crawford, 600.00; M. H. Donnan, 68.75; D. T. Donohue, 
325.00; M. Egan, 2,050.00; J. A. Faulkner, 6,000.00; R. M. Featherstone, 91.07; 
L. P. Flynn, 1,200.00; E. L. M. Fox, 900.00; C. Green, 3,000.00; H. K. Hopkins, 
1,075.00; M. H. Hutton, 1,233.33; S. Jones, 55.05; G. E. Killer, 93.75; F. M. 
Lanchbury, 1,150.00; M. Lawson, 562.50; M. J. Little, 1,533.33; F. P. McCall, 
925.00; H. E. McCormick, 451.25; J. M. McCullough, 2,400.00; R. Montgomerv, 
1,200.00; E. J. Moran, 937.50; J. L. Munro, 525.00; P. N. Nevison, 1,150.00; 
V. H. Newsome, 1,650.00; D. I. Nortrop, 1,050.00; E. R. Peacock, 1,000.00; 
T. H. Poole, 833.33; T. N. Poole, 266.66; L. J. Porter, 406.25; H. S. Potash, 
750.20; D. M. Pounds, 925.00; F. Price, 1,200.00; G. C. Rudback, 283.06; P. 
Saperia, 900.00; H. L. Scace, 1,087.50; G. Shute, 1,000.00; C. Smith, 1,125.00; 
J. B. Southcott, 1,233.33; M. B. Staley, 1,087.50; J. S. Swartman, 162.50; M. L. 
Tremble, 937.50; W. Turcotte, 1,250.00; R. S. Wark, 561.69; M. Wingate, 
1,300.00; M. E. Woodruff, 925.00; Public Service Superannuation Fund, Con- 
tribution re Enlistments, 56.25 61,807 52 

Temporary: 

D. M. Aiken. 300.00; E. L. Barker, 68.75; A. M. Beattie, 687.50; V. Borbridge, 
300.00; M. H. Brett, 99.80; M. G. Brown, 391.88; A. I. Christilaw, 174.19; 
R. M. Featherstone, 776.67; F. Glaser, 600.00; H. M. Gunter, 137.50; W. Gunter, 
900.00; A. B. Hendry, 34.27; S. Houston, 1,200.00; M. Howe, 300.00; S. Tones, 
694.95; T- J. Kearns, 1,200.00; F. S. Lanfear, 130.13; A. MacEachern, 709.68; 
R. R. McConkev, 187.50; H. E. McCormick, 414.27; D. McMillan, 250.00; T. H. 
Poole, 400.00; H. S. Potash, 99.80; I. M. Ramsay, 825.00; I. J. G. Walker, 179.03; 
R. S. Wark, 75.81 11,136 73 

Total $72,944 25 

Add: One-half cost of Investigators' Salaries transferred 
from Mothers' Allowances Commission (see page 
R9) 44,778 61 

Total Salaries $117,722 86 



1942-43 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 



R 11 



Old Age Pensions Commission — Continued 

Travelling Expenses ($24,550.68) 

M. Cameron, 35.04; G. H. Davis, 148.09; M. Egan, 1,262.39; W. J. Elliott, 226.97; 
S. J. Gadsby, 60.75; A. W. Gough, 153.23; F. G. McNeely, 360.74; W. R. Moun- 
tain, 133.31; A. G. Ramsden, 44.82; Sundry Investigators, half-cost expenses 
transferred from Mothers' Allowances Commission (see page R 9), 21,470.89; 

R. F. Thompson, 39.46; W. L. Vale, 248.70; W. S. Weese, 287.61; Accounts 

under $25, 78.68 24,550 68 



Maintenance ($20,346.49) 



Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, 
King's Printer, 17,019.68; Might 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 301.20; 
Sundry Persons, meals re overtime 



Ltd., 964.26; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 199.32; 
Directories, Ltd., 210.72; Office Specialty 
Seeley Systems Corporation, Ltd., 470.00; 
116.95; Sundry Registrars, fees, 843.10; 



Telephone, 77.59; accounts under $100, 143.67 20,346 49 



Counties: 



Old Age Pensions and Blind Pensions (13,243,300.40) 

Pensions in Accordance with the Old Age Pensions Act ($12,886,474.26) 



Brant, 76,513.94; Bruce, 143,144.86; Carleton, 148,124.34; Dufferin, 62,542.69 
Dundas, 67,934.93; Elgin, 139,794.27; Essex, 192,385.87; Frontenac, 104,003.11 
Glengarry, 99,814.02; Grey, 179,695.62; Haldimand, 64,797.85; Halton, 87,828.36 
Hastings, 228.058.19; Huron, 181,001.85; Kent, 169,044.82; Lambton, 128,701.58 
Lanark, 116,230.40; Leeds and Grenville, 170,711.47; Lennox and Addington 
104,206.34; Lincoln, 92,665.90; Middlesex, 160,550.01; Norfolk, 125,509.92 
Northumberland and Durham, 253,189.44; Ontario, 149,259.22; Oxford 
108,139.45; Peel, 97,588.96; Perth, 77,964.88; Peterborough, 100,147.87; Prescott 
112,301.11; Prince Edward, 96,432.78; Renfrew, 213,628.05; Russell, 84,602.58 
Simcoe, 386,938.57; Stormont, 128,713.16; Victoria, 107,023.48; Waterloo, 
115,013.23; Welland, 135,777.07; Wellington, 124.868.00; Wentworth, 

116,805.78; York, 697,514.16 5,949,168 13 

Less: Inter- Provincial Accounts Receivable 73,156 94 



Cities: 



5,876,011 19 



Belleville, 55,482.51; Brantford, 140,283.67; Chatham, 62,521.59; Fort William, 
42,063.78; Gait, 55,080.87; Guelph, 81,423.72; Hamilton, 524,790.39; Kingston, 
91,393.20; Kitchener, 87,595.96; London, 289,255.43; Niagara Falls, 40,977.72; 
North Bay, 47,665.15; Oshawa, 69,246.60; Ottawa, 445,821.02; Owen Sound, 
70,021.13; Peterborough, 85,229.14; Port Arthur, 47,923.10; St. Catharines, 
78,054.35; St. Thomas, 60,247.32; Sarnia, 49,110.96; Sault Ste. Marie, 56,650.53; 
Stratford, 72,059.85; Sudbury, 40,577.83; Toronto, 2,503,392.24; Welland, 

17,805.80; Windsor, 288,548.56; Woodstock, 47,455.93 5,450,678 35 

Less: Inter- Provincial Accounts Receivable 87,185 84 



-5,363,492 51 



Towns: 



Brockville, 39,488.27; Gananoque, 19,170.89; Ingersoll, 23,895.63; Prescott, 
10,470.00; St. Mary's, 15,452.39; Smith's Falls, 24,600.37; Timmins, 

16,196.67; Trenton, 31,582.62. 180,856 84 

Less: Inter-Provincial Accounts Receivable 3,386 95 



177,469 89 



Districts: 

Algoma, 122,574.94; Cochrane, 101,514.61; Dryden, 6,038.78; Haliburton, 
36,376.78; Kenora, 50,343.89; Manitoulin, 31,704.95; Muskoka, 101,986.02; 
Nipissing, 122,307.23; Parry Sound, 125,761.83; Rainy River, 76,620.16; Sioux 
Lookout, 1,912.50; Sturgeon Falls, 12,164.72; Sudbury, 116,129.71; Thunder 

Bay r 44,655.48; Temiskaming, 117,583.48 1,067,675 08 

Less: Inter- Provincial Accounts Receivable 28,541 04 



Other Provinces: 

Alberta, 19,910.60; British Columbia, 13,847.85; Manitoba, 36,142.64; New 
Brunswick, 2,252.60; Nova Scotia, 5,210.89; Prince Edward Island, 

124.20; Quebec, 57,064.75; Saskatchewan, 60,051.11 194,604 64 

Less: Inter-Provincial Accounts Receivable 177,479 16 



1,039,134 04 



17,125 48 



R 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Old Age Pensions Commission — Continued 

Pensions — Continued 

Inter-Provincial Accounts Payable by Ontario to: 

Alberta, 4,600.73; British Columbia, 9,398.75; Manitoba, 6,535.25; New Bruns- 
wick, 504.85; Nova Scotia, 1,091.21; Quebec, 15,597.47; Saskatchewan, 5,762.96 43,491 22 

Inter- Provincial Accounts Receivable by Ontario: 

Alberta, 33,836.56; British Columbia, 21,131.11; Manitoba, 69,439.87; New 
Brunswick, 8,111.15; Nova Scotia, 13,626.50; Prince Edward Island, 256.20; 
Quebec, 122,546.77; Saskatchewan, 100,801.77 369,749 93 

Payable by Ontario 3,160,378 53 

Dominion Government 9,633,658 18 

Other Provinces 92,437 55 

12,886,474 26 

Balance Debits Credits Balance 

Outstanding Charged Paid outstanding 

March 31st 1942-1943 1942-1943 March 31st 

1942 1943 

9,633,658 18 9,633,658 18 

20,051 32 92,437 55 89,269 92 23,218 95 



Dominion Government 
Other Provinces 



20,051 32 9,726,095 73 9,722,928 10 23,218 95 



Counties: 



Blind Pensions ($356,826.14) 



Brant, 1,938.79; Bruce, 4,320.00; Carleton, 4,600.00; Dufferin, 1,440.00; Dundas, 
1,780.00; Elgin, 3,710.76; Essex, 5,569.96; Frontenac, 2,156.20; Glengarry, 
2,780.00; Grey, 4,159.92; Haldimand, 1,260.00; Halton, 2,340.00; Hastings, 
8,700.00; Huron, 4,841.25; Kent, 3,856.96; Lambton, 4,073.59; Lanark, 3,705.00; 
Leeds and Grenville, 5,593.36; Lennox and Addington, 1,880.00; Lincoln, 3,040.00; 
Middlesex, 4,840.00; Norfolk, 4,420.00; Northumberland and Durham, 6,120.00; 
Ontario, 3,661.79; Oxford, 1,215.04; Peel, 2,271.00; Perth, 1,630.00; Peterborough, 
1,478.30; Prescott, 7,060.00; Prince Edward, 2,140.00; Renfrew, 9,684.45; Rus- 
sell, 3,200.00; Simcoe, 9,059.40; Stormont, 6,971.33; Victoria, 3,480.00; Waterloo, 
2,400.00; Welland, 1,780.00; Wellington 3,098.71; Wentworth, 2,292.50; York, 

11,557.60 160,105 91 

Less: Inter- Provincial Accounts Receivable 2,023 00 



Cities: 



Belleville, 3,185.50; Brantford, 5,533.09; Chatham, 1,260.00; Fort William, 
633.29; Gait, 1,940.00; Guelph, 2,640.00; Hamilton, 19,542.38; Kingston, 3,392.00; 
Kitchener, 1,360.00; London, 8,860.00; Niagara Falls, 1,800.00; North Bay, 
960.00; Oshawa, 1,158.70; Ottawa, 15,124.62; Owen Sound, 1,400.00; Peter- 
borough, 2,160.00; Port Arthur, 1,200.00; St. Catharines, 2,380.00; St. Thomas, 
1,200.00; Sarnia, 240.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 2,036.00; 'Stratford, 3,734.58; Sudbury, 
1,660.00; Toronto, 61,999.65; Welland, 440.00; Windsor, 7,080.00; Woodstock, 

960.00 153,879 81 

Les: Inter-Provincial Accounts Receivable 2,112 50 



Towns: 



Brockville, 697.42; Gananoque, 1,160.00; Ingersoll, 290.53; Prescott, 
240.00; Smith's Falls, 1,920.00; Timmins, 480.00; Trenton, 960.00. . 5,747 95 
Less: Inter- Provincial Accounts Receivable 156 00 

Districts: 

Algoma, 3,620.00; Cochrane, 2,740.00; Haliburton, 480.00; Kenora, 1,120.00; 
Manitoulin, 1,380.00; Muskoka, 2,530.04; Nipissing, 3,760.00; Parry Sound, 
4,220.00; Rainy River, 1,700.00; Sturgeon Falls, 240.00; Sudbury, 

5,358.71 ; Thunder Bay, 1,140.00; Temiskaming, 4,000.00 32,288 75 

Less: Inter- Provincial Accounts Receivable 1,351 00 

Other Provinces: 

Alberta, 240.00; British Columbia, 80.00; New Brunswick, 78.00; Quebec, 

1,778.32; Saskatchewan, 940.00 3,116 32 

Less: Inter- Provincial Accounts Receivable 2,926 82 



158,082 91 



151,767 31 



5,591 95 



30,937 75 



189 50 



1942-43 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 



R 13 



Old Age Pensions Commission — Continued 
Blind Pensions — Continued 
Inter- Provincial Accounts Payable by Ontario to: 

Alberta, 156.75; British Columbia, 186.75; Manitoba, 247.51; New Brunswick, 
81.75; Nova Scotia, 42.00; Quebec, 818.74; Saskatchewan, 153.90 

Inter- Provincial Accounts Receivable by Ontario: 

Alberta, 627.00; British Columbia, 382.00; Manitoba, 587.00; New Brunswick, 
186.00; Nova Scotia, 185.00; Quebec, 4,160.32; Saskatchewan, 2,442,00 

Payable by Ontario 88,322 73 

Dominion Government 266,354 07 

Other Provinces 2,149 34 



1,687 40 



8,569 32 



Dominion Government 
Other Provinces 



Balance 

Outstanding 

March 31st 

1942 

"483"