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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF THE 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



FOR THE 



Fiscal Year Ended 31st March 



1957 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. I. 1958 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by Baptist Johnston, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty 

1957 






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To The Honourable Louis Orville Breithaupt, LL.D., 

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 fiscal year ended March 31st, 1957, 
in accordance with the requirements of The Audit Act. 

Respectfully submitted, 

H. A. Cotnam, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 
Provincial Auditor's Office, 
November 28th, 1957. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Index to Details of Revenue and Expenditure 





Expenditure 


Revenue 


Agriculture Department 


Page 
A 1-35 

B 1-23 

C 1-3 

D 1-34 

E 1-39 

F 1-58 

G 1-3 

U 6-8 

H 1-11 

I 1-15 

J 1-2 

K 1-8 

L 1-14 

M 1-13 

N 1-3 

1-3 

P 1-10 

Q 1-27 

R 1-24 

S 1-17 

T 1-7 

U 1-23 

V 1-3 

W 1-2 


Page 
16-17 


Attorney-General's Department 


18 


Economics Department 


18 


Education Department 


19-20 


Health Department 


21 


Highways Department 


22 


Insurance Department 


23 


Interest, Exchange, Discount and Commission 

Labour Department 


33 
24 


Lands and Forests Department 


25-26 


Lieutenant-Governor's Office 




Mines Department 


27 


Municipal Affairs Department 


28 


Planning and Development Department 


28 


Prime Minister's Office 


29 


Provincial Auditor's Office 




Provincial Secretary's Department 


29 


Public Welfare Department 


30 


Public Works Department 


30 


Reform Institutions Department 


31 


Travel and Publicity Department 


31 


Treasury Department 


32 


Government Stationery Account 




Capital Receipts 


34 


Loans and Advances, Special Funds, Deferred Assets, Surplus 
Receipts and Reserves, and Public Debt 


35-37 







ALPHABETICAL INDEX AT BACK OF BOOK 



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INDEX TO STATEMENTS 

Statement 

No. Page 

Balance Sheet 6-7 

1 Surplus Account 8 

2 Surplus on Ordinary Account 9 

3 Consolidated Revenue Fund 10-1 1 

4 Ordinary Revenue and Expenditure 12-13 

5 Capital Receipts and Disbursements 14-15 

REVENUE 

Department of — 

6 Agriculture 16-17 

7 Attorney-General 18 

8 Economics 18 

9 Education 19-20 

10 Health ' 21 

1 1 Highways 22 

12 Insurance 23 

13 Labour 24 

14 Lands and Forests 25-26 

15 Mines 27 

16 Municipal Affairs 28 

1 7 Planning and Development 28 

18 Prime Minister's Office 29 

19 Provincial Secretary 29 

20 Public Welfare 30 

21 Public Works 30 

22 Reform Institutions 31 

23 Travel and Publicity 31 

24 Treasury Department 32 

25 Interest, Exchange, Discount and Commission 33 

26 Capital Receipts 34 

27 Repayment of Loans and Advances 35 

28 Special Funds Deposits 36 

29 Deferred Assets, Surplus Receipts and Reserves 36 

30 Public Debt — Proceeds of Loans, etc 37 

31 Queen's Printer's Office 38 

32 Canada-Ontario Tax Rental Agreement 39 

MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 

Provincial Capital Debt and Investment Thereof 42 

Gross Capital Debt 43 

Net Capital Debt 44 

Summary of Operations 45 

Sources of Ordinary Revenue 46 

Source and Application of Funds 47 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — (Advances and Receipts) 48 

Loans to Municipalities, etc 49 

Buildings, Roads, etc 49 

Cash on Hand and in Banks 49 

Temporary Investments 49 

The Liquor Control Board of Ontario — Investment 49 

Accounts Receivable 50 

Equipment, Stores and Materials 50 

Other Loans and Advances 50 

Province of Ontario Savings Office (Balance Sheet) 50 

Amortization of Discount or Premium on Debentures 51 

Sinking Funds — Funds, Investments and Statement of Change 52 

The Agricultural Development Finance Act — Investments 52 

Stocks and Debentures Outstanding 53 

Special Funds 54 

Accounts Payable 54 

Reserves 54 

Housing Corporation Limited 55 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 56 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation 57-58 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 59 

Public Service Retirement Fund 59 

The Unsatisfied Judgment Fund 60 

Drainage Loans 60 

Highway Construction Account 60 

Contingent Liabilities 61-64 

Payment to Officials from more than one source 65-66 

15) 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



PROVINCE OF 

BALANCE SHEET AS 

(with comparative 



Page Assets 

No. 

CAPITAL 1957 

49 Cash on Hand and in Banks , $ 1,302,527 42 

49 Temporary Investments J.8,212,000 00 

"19,514,527 42 
Loans and Advances: 

48 Hydro- Electric Power Commission of Ontario — 

Advances— secured by bonds 293,000,000 00 

Advances — unsecured 47,877,515 75 

Ontario Northland Transportation Commission . . 30,207,934 92 

55 Housing Corporation Limited — Investments. . . . 6,333,939 00 
57 The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan 

Corporation— Investments 13,044,803 23 

56 The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corpora- 

tion — Investments 13,972,536 67 

52 The Agricultural Development Finance Act — 

Investments 1,020,244 33 

— The Housing Development Act — Advances 6,113,033 72 

— The Ontario Telephone Development Corpora- 

tion—Advances 500,000 00 

— The Ontario-St. Lawrence Development Com- 

mission — Advances 421,315 60 

49 Municipalities, etc . 6,423,916 44 

418,915,239 66 
Revenue-Producing and Realizable Assets .... 438,429,767 08 
Government of Canada: 

— Debt Account 2,848,289 52 

— Common School Fund 1,422,725 76 

4,271,015 28 

49 Buildings, Roads, etc 1,200,567,720 03 

49 Liquor Control Board of Ontario — Investment .... 18,854,057 00 

50 Other Loans and Advances 732,290 34 

51 Discount on Debentures (less amount amortized) . . . 6,943,644 01 

Total Capital Assets 1,669,798,493 74 

INCOME 

50 Accounts Receivable (less Reserve) 13,447,430 71 

— Accrued Interest on bonds securing Advances to 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. . . 2,507,616 44 

52 Interest Receivable (less Reserve) — The Agricultural 

Development Finance Act 767,556 85 

50 Equipment, Stores and Materials (less Reserve). . . 7,863,125 34 

Total Income Assets 24,585,729 34 

$1,694,384 ,223 08 

Approved on behalf of the Treasury Department. 
H. E. BROWN, F.C.A., 

Deputy Provincial Treasurer. 
W. C. BROWNING, C.A., 

Comptroller of Accounts. 



1956 



243,000,000 00 

49,633,419 20 

30,207,934 92 

7,577,814 99 

9,370,731 51 

14,277,806 90 

1,800.380 27 
5,202,812 04 

250,000 00 

' 5,782,073 59 

367,102,973 42 
367,102,973 42 

2,848,289 52 
1,422,725 76 

4,271,015 28 

1,042,060,891 84 

16,836,793 82 

867,618 72 

5,408,152 26 

1,436,547,445 34 



13,540,032 25 

1,795,060 93 

828,676 13 
6,778,465 24 

22,942,234 55 

$1,459,489,679 89 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



ONTARIO 

AT MARCH 31, 1957 

figures for 1956) 

Page Liabilities 

No. 

CAPITAL 1957 1956 

Funded Debt: 

53 Stock and Debentures $ 1,172,083,500 00 $ 1,007,687,500 00 

52 Less— Sinking Funds 185,941,000 00 152,816,000 00 

986,142,500 00 854,871,500 00 

— 6% Bonds of the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherst- 
burg Railway Company due July 1, 1961 — 
Principal Liability assumed by Province under 
13 George VI, Chap. 91, 1949 900,000 00 900,000 00 

987,042,500 00 855,771,500 00 



Unfunded Debt: 
50 Demand Deposits with Province of Ontario 

Savings Office 78,622,290 96 80,416,228 97 

Bank Overdraft 426,456 68 

54 Special Funds 61,483,558 46 50,438,043 53 

55 Housing Corporation Limited— Liabilities 5,406,644 69 6,659,345 00 

57 The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan 

Corporation— Liabilities 12,728,842 49 9,087,851 74 

56 The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corpora- 

tion—Liabilities 13,584,263 44 13,918,617 35 

60 Highway Construction Account 37,500,000 00 38,127,300 18 

— Corporations Tax Reserve Account .' 17,149,844 70 

— Miscellaneous 339,368 59 413,930 68 

209,664,968 63 216,637,618 83 

Total Capital Liabilities 1,196,707,468 63 1,072,409,118 83 

INCOME 

54 Accounts Payable 2,203,475 02 2,124,040 58 

— Accrued Interest on Funded Debt 12,676,517 61 10,481,776 86 



Total Income Liabilities 14,879,992 63 12,605,817 44 



Total Liabilities 1,211,587,461 26 1,085,014,936 27 

54 RESERVES 4,928,768 30 4,832,103 94 

8 SURPLUS 477,867,993 52 369,642,639 68 



$ 1,694,384,223 08 $ 1,459,489,679 89 

61 Contingent Liabilities: 

Bonds, etc., Guaranteed by the Province $ 1,126,370,625 71 $ 1,001,724,107 32 

I have examined the above Balance Sheet of the Province of Ontario as at March 31, 1957, 
the Statements of Revenue and Expenditure for the year ended on that date and other related 
statements, and have compared them with the books of account and financial records. I have 
obtained all the information and explanations I have required. 

Subject to the qualifications in my report of even date to the Legislative Assembly, in my 
opinion and according to the best of my information and the explanations given to me and as 
shown by the books of the Province, the Balance Sheet, Statements of Revenue and Expenditure 
and the other related statements are properly drawn up in conformity with accepted accounting 
principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year so as to present fairly the 
financial position of the Province at March 31, 1957, and the results of its operations for the year 
then ended. 

Provincial Auditor's Office, H. A. COTNAM, F.C.A., 

Toronto, November 28, 1957. Provincial Auditor. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Statement No. 1 

SURPLUS ACCOUNT 

For Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1957 



Balance at credit March 31, 1956 $369,642,639 68 

Reversal of certain Asset Accounts set up March 31, 1956: 

Accounts Receivable $ 13,540,032 25 

Accrued Interest on Bonds securing Advances to Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario 1,795,060 93 

Interest Receivable — The Agricultural Development 

Finance Act 828,676 13 

Equipment, Stores and Materials 6,778,465 24 

Niagara Parks Commission — Surplus of Assets 4,590,988 33 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario — Investment 16,836,793 82 

Reversal of Income Liabilities set up March 31, 1956: 

Accounts Payable 2,124,040 58 

Accrued Interest on Funded Debt 10,481,776 86 

Setting up certain Asset Accounts March 31, 1957: 

Accounts Receivable 13,447,430 71 

Accrued Interest on Bonds securing Advances to Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario 2,507,616 44 

Interest Receivable — The Agricultural Development 

Finance Act 767,556 85 

Equipment, Stores and Materials 7,863,125 34 

Niagara Parks Commission — Surplus of Assets 5,478,224 89 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario — Investment 18,854,057 00 

Setting up Income Liabilities, March 31, 1957: 

Accounts Payable 2,203,475 02 

Accrued Interest on Funded Debt 12,676,517 61 

Surplus on Ordinary Account 1,804,550 92 

Sinking Fund Instalments charged to Ordinary Expenditure . . 40,729,000 00 

Transfer of Corporations Tax Reserve Account — net receipts 

applicable to period preceding Tax Rental Agreement 17,533,010 42 

Repayments re Seed Grain, etc 595 85 

Co-operative Loans written off as uncollectable 

(Section 23, The Financial Administration Act, 1954) 149,621 44 

Capital Expenditures in year ended October 31, 1927, 
written off — 



Highways $ 10,993,301 43 

Rural Power Transmission Lines 1,100,000 00 



12,093,301 43 



Setting up as a Capital Asset the expenditure from Highway 

Construction Account in year ended March 31, 1957 58,127,300 18 

$ 71,492,932 20 $549,360,925 72 

Balance at credit March 31, 1957, carried to Balance Sheet 

(see Page 7) 477,867,993 52 



$549,360,925 72 $549,360,925 72 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



Statement No. 2 

SURPLUS ON ORDINARY ACCOUNT 

For Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1957 



Net Ordinary Revenue $479,783,191 11 

Less — Net Ordinary Expenditure (before providing for Sinking Funds) 437,249,640 19 

Surplus— (before providing for Sinking Funds) $ 42,533,550 92 

Less— Provision for Sinking Funds 40,729,000 00 

Balance carried to Surplus Account $ 1,804,550 92 



10 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statement 

CONSOLIDATED 

For Fiscal Year ended 



NET RECEIPTS 



Page 


State- 


No. 


ment 


16-17 


6 


18 


7 


18 


8 


19-20 


9 


21 


10 


22 


11 


23 


12 


24 


13 


25-26 


14 


27 


15 


28 


16 


28 


17 


29 


18 


29 


19 


30 


20 


30 


21 


31 


22 


31 


23 


32 


24 


Vl-3 




35 


27 


36 


28 


36 


29 


37 


30 


— 


— 



Department 



Ordinary- 



Capital 



Total 



Agriculture 

Attorney-General 

Economics 

Education 

Health 

Highways 

Insurance 

Labour 

Lands and Forests 

Mines 

Municipal Affairs 

Planning and Development. . 

Prime Minister 

Provincial Secretary 

Public Welfare 

Public Works 

Reform Institutions 

Travel and Publicity 

Treasury 

Queen's Printer — Stationery 
Account — (Excess of distri 
bution over purchases) 



383 



$ 
216,094 
202,762 
462 
391,892 
357,874 
606,658 07 
503,672 76 
714,679 85 
881,873 91 
425,098 51 
363,192 05 

6,122 22 

19 00 

086,055 82 

2,599 81 

220,445 49 

658,005 62 

24,324 88 

118,301 12 



2,155 97 



1,212,418 99 



367,501 40 
228,425 93 



91,062 49 



116,896 22 
"6,440 05 



$ c. 

1,216,094 52 

5,202,762 18 

462 40 

1,391,892 69 

4,357,874 24 

50,819,077 06 

503,672 76 

714,679 85 

21,249,375 31 

9,653,524 44 

363,192 05 

97,184 71 

19 00 

2,086,055 82 

2,599 81 

337,341 71 

658,905 62 

24,324 88 

383,124,741 17 



2,155 97 



Loans, Advances, etc 

Special Funds — Deposits . 
Deferred Assets, etc 



479,783,191 11 



2,022,745 08 

3,791,625 57 

28,031,132 58 

100,085,709 59 



481,805,936 19 

3,791,625 57 

28,031,132 58 

100,085,709 59 



Public Debt — Proceeds of 
Loans, etc 



479,783,191 11 



133,931,212 82 
446,670,894 35 



613,714,403 93 
446,670,894 35 



Total Net Receipts 



479,783,191 11 



580,602,107 17 



,060,385,298 28 



Add— 

Sinking Funds — Uninvested 
March 31. 1956 



42,035,750 00 



102,421,048 28 



1956-57 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



11 



No. 3 

REVENUE FUND 

March 31, 1957 



NET DISBURSEMENTS 



Department 



Agriculture 

Attorney-General 

Economics 

Education 

Health 

Highways 

Insurance 

Labour 

Lands and Forests 

Lieutenant-Governor 

Mines 

Municipal Affairs 

Planning and Development 

Prime Minister 

Provincial Auditor 

Provincial Secretary 

Public Welfare 

Public Works. . . 

Reform Institutions 

Travel and Publicity 

Treasury 



Public Debt — Interest, Exchange, etc. 



Loans, Advances, etc 

Special Funds — Repayments. 
Reserves 



Public Debt- 
etc 



Retirement of Loans, 



Total Net Disbursements. 



Add— 

Bank Overdraft— March 31, 1956 
Sinking Funds — Uninvested 

March 31, 1957 

Cash in Bank— March 31, 1957. . 



Ordinary 



10 
14 

107 

62 

122 

2, 
16, 

1, 
16, 

2, 



% 
,651,398 
,953,908 
198,382 
,395,640 
500,397 
281,971 
275,131 
023,912 
037,678 
18,849 
256,469 
496,703 
969,879 
137,901 
332,609 
320,331 
303,481 
788,107 
209,082 
025,008 
797,077 



410,973,925 76 
67,004,714 43 



477,978,640 19 



477.978.640 19 



477,978,640 19 



Capital 



76,083,733 04 



187,935 36 



900,002 95 
6,143,716 00 
1.150.926 22 



29,218.718 59 



113,685,032 16 



113,685,032 16 
53,492,656 48 
16,985,617 65 
58,137,664 56 



242,300,970 85 
321,967,640 62 



564,268.611 47 



Total 



% 

10,651 

14,953 

198 

107,395 

62,500 

198,365 

275 

2,023 

16,225 

18 

2,156 

22,640 

4,120 

137 

332 

2,320 

29,303 

36,006 

7,209 

1,025 

6,797 



,398 57 
,908 20 
,382 87 
640 90 
397 61 
704 32 
131 28 
912 38 
613 75 
849 94 
472 59 
419 71 
806 15 
901 78 
609 65 
331 81 
481 85 
825 69 
082 42 
008 84 
077 61 



524,658,957 92 
67,004,714 43 



591,663,672 35 

53,492,656 48 

16,985,617 65 

58,137,664 56 



720,279,611 04 
321,967,640 62 



1,042,247,251 66 



1,881,937 88 

57,809,250 00 
482,608 74 



1,102,421,048 28 



12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



ORDINARY REVENUE 



Statement 

STATEMENT OF ORDINARY 

For Fiscal Year ended 



Page 
No. 



16-17 

18 

18 
19-20 

21 

22 

23 

24 
25-26 

27 

28 

28 

29 

29 

30 

30 

31 

31 

32 
Vl-3 



33 



State- 
ment 



6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 



25 



Department 



Agriculture 

Attorney-General 

Economics 

Education 

Health 

Highways 

Insurance 

Labour 

Lands and Forests 

Mines 

Municipal Affairs 

Planning and Development. . . 

Prime Minister 

Provincial Secretary 

Public Welfare 

Public Works 

Reform Institutions 

Travel and Publicity 

Treasury 

Queen's Printer — Stationery 
Account — (Excess of distribu 
tion over purchases) 

Public Debt — Interest, etc 



Gross 
Revenue 



Deduct Reim- j 

bursements 

of 

Expenditures 



$ 

1,216,094 

5,865,725 

462 

1,785,884 

4,359,074 

49,606,658 

503,672 

735,191 

20,881,873 

9,441,561 

363,192 

6,122 

19 

2,086,055 

2,599 

223,445 

3,279,436 

24,324 

383,835,569 



Net 
Revenue 



662,963 12 



393,991 36 
1,200 00 



20,511 75 



16,463 22 



3,000 00 
2,620,531 30 

717,268 47 



$ c. 

1,216,094 52 

5,202,762 18 

462 40 

1,391,892 69 

4,357,874 24 

49,606,658 07 

503,672 76 

714,679 85 

20,881,873 91 

9,425,098 51 

363,192 05 

6,122 22 

19 00 

2,086,055 82 

2,599 81 

220,445 49 

658,905 62 

24,324 88 

383,118,301 12 



2,155 97 




2,155 97 






484,219,120 33 
15,285,815 04 


4,435,929 22 
15,285,815 04 


479,783,191 11 


499,504,935 37 


19,721,744 26 


479^783,191 11 



1956-57 



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13 



No. 4 

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 

March 31, 1957 



ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 



Page 
No. 



Department 



Gross 
Expenditures 



Deduct Reim- 
bursements 

of 
Expenditures 



Net 

Expenditures 



A 1-35 

B 1-23 

C 1-3 

D 1-34 

E 1-39 

F 1-58 

G 1-3 

H 1-11 

I 1-15 

J 1-2 
K 1-8 
L 1-14 
M 1-13 
N 1-3 
O 1-3 
P 1-10 
Q 1-27 
R 1-24 
S 1-17 
T 1-7 
U 1-23 



U 6-8 



Agriculture 

Attorney-General 

Economics 

Education 

Health 

Highways 

Insurance 

Labour 

Lands and Forests 

Lieutenant-Governor 

Mines 

Municipal Affairs 

Planning and Development 

Prime Minister 

Provincial Auditor 

Provincial Secretary 

Public Welfare 

Public Works 

Reform Institutions 

Travel and Publicity 

Treasury 



Public Debt — Interest, Exchange, etc 



$ c. 

10,651,398 57 

15,616,871 32 

198,382 87 

107,789,632 26 

62,501,597 61 

122,281,971 28 

275,131 28 

2,044,424 13 

16,037,678 39 

18,849 94 

1,272,932 86 

16,496,703 71 

2,969,879 93 

137,901 78 

332,609 65 

2,320,331 81 

29,303,481 85 

6,791,107 10 

9,829,613 72 

1,025,008 84 

7,514,346 08 



$ 


c. 


662,963 


12 


393,991 36 
1,200 00 




20,511 


75 




16,463 


22 










3,000 00 
2,620,531 30 



717,268 47 



9 c. 

10,651,398 57 

14,953,908 20 

198,382 87 

107,395,640 90 

62,500,397 61 

122,281,971 28 

275,131 28 

2,023,912 38 

16,037,678 39 

18,849 94 

1,256,469 64 

16,496,703 71 

2,969,879 93 

137,901 78 

332,609 65 

2,320,331 81 

29,303,481 85 

6,788,107 10 

7,209,082 42 

1,025,008 84 

6,797,077 61 



415,409,854 98 
82,290,529 47 



4,435,929 22 
15,285,815 04 



410,973,925 76 
67,004,714 43 



497,700,384 45 



19,721,744 26 



477,978,640 19 



14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



CAPITAL RECEIPTS 



Statement 
CAPITAL RECEIPTS 
For Fiscal Year ended 



Page 


State- 


No. 


ment 


22 


11 


26 


14 


27 


15 


28 


17 


30 


21 


32 


24 


35 


27 


36 


28 


36 


29 



Department 



Highways 

Lands and Forests 

Mines 

Planning and Development 

Public Works 

Treasury 



Loans, Advances, etc. . . . 
Special Funds — Deposits 
Deferred Assets, etc 



Gross 
Receipts 



$ c. 

1,212,418 99 

367,501 40 

228,425 93 

91,062 49 

116,896 22 

6,440 05 



2,022,745 08 



11,090,730 68 

28,031,132 58 

100,085,709 59 



141,230,317 93 



Deduct 
Reimburse- 
ments of 
Disbursements 



7,299,105 11 



7,299,105 11 



Net 
Receipts 



$ c. 

1,212,418 99 

367,501 40 

228,425 93 

91,062 49 

116,896 22 

6,440 05 



2,022,745 08 



3,791,625 57 

28,031,132 58 

100,085,709 59 



133,931,212 82 



1956-57 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



15 



No. 5 

AND DISBURSEMENTS 

March 31, 1957 



CAPITAL DISBURSEMENTS 



Page 
No. 



Department 



Gross 

Disbursements 



Deduct 
Reimburse- 
ments of 
Disbursements 



Net 
Disbursements 



F 1-58 
I 1-15 
K 1-8 
L 1-14 
Ml-13 
R 1-24 



Wl 

Wl-2 

W2 



Highways 

Lands and Forests 

Mines 

Municipal Affairs 

Planning and Development 
Public^ Works 



Loans, Advances, etc 

Special Funds — Repayments 
Reserves 



$ c 

76,083,733 04 

187,935 36 

900,002 95 

6,143,716 00 

1,150,926 22 

29,218,718 59 



113,685,032 16 



60,791,761 59 
16,985,617 65 
58,137,664 56 



7,299,105 1 



$ c. 

76,083,733 04 

187,935 36 

900,002 95 

6,143,716 00 

1,150,926 22 

29,218,718 59 



113,685,032 16 



53,492,656148 
16,985,617165 
58,137,664156 



249,600,075 96 



7,299,105 11 



242,300,970185 



i± PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 6 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Licenses — Auctioneers % 650 00 

Miscellaneous 975 81 

$ 1,625 81 

Branches — 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies — 

Services of Judges % 304 00 

Miscellaneous 800 00 

1,104 00 

Co-operation and Markets — 

Licenses — Hog Processors 164 30 

Dairy — 

Milk Products Board- 
Licenses — Cheese Buyers, Cream Processors, 

Dairy Plant $ 2,355 10 

Miscellaneous 4,965 86 



Milk Control Board- 
Licenses — Transporters and Manufacturers . . . 949 75 



Live Stock — 
Fees — 

Enrolment % 1,466 25 

Tattoo Allotment 21 50 

Membership, Dairy Herd Improve- 
ment Association 27,623 93 

% 29,111 68 

Licenses 2,147 30 

Sales and Rental of Stock 3,214 08 

Miscellaneous 1,526 30 



8,270 71 



Extension — 

Agricultural Representative Service — 

Miscellaneous 720 66 

Field Crops — 

Licenses 437 75 

Fruit — 
Fees — 

Inspection Certificates $24,732 00 

Tomato Grading 49,185 80 

$ 73,917 80 

Licenses — 

Fruit and Vegetable Dealers, etc 3,225 00 

Miscellaneous 6 78 



77,149 58 



35,999 36 



Statistics and Publications — 

Sales— Reports 2,636 48 

Demonstration Farm, New Liskeard — 
Sales — 

Produce % 5,035 47 

Stock and Equipment 6,950 30 

$ 11,985 77 

Rent, Board, etc 25 00 

Miscellaneous 86 00 

12,096 77 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 17 



Statement No. 6 — Continued 

Ordinary — 

Branches- — Continued 

Horticultural Experiment Station, Vineland — 

Sales— Produce $ 12,868 44 

Rent, etc 12,927 56 

Miscellaneous 5 1 35 

$ 25,847 35 

Kemptville Agricultural School — 
Sales — 

Produce $12,451 37 

Stock and Equipment 11,211 04 

$ 23,662 41 

Fees— Tuition 920 00 

Rent, Board, etc 31,789 43 

Miscellaneous 190 69 

56,562 53 
Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph — 
Sales — 

Produce $76,069 66 

Stock and Equipment 54,362 71 

$ 130,432 37 

Fees — 

Tuition $53,194 50 

Services, etc 60,215 79 

$113,410 29 

Service of Animals 385 00 

113,795 29 

Rent, Board, etc 366,963 01 

Federal Aid Grant 120,496 22 

Miscellaneous 4,929 09 

736,615 98 

Macdonald Institute, Guelph— 

Fees— Tuition $ 22,431 00 

Federal Aid Grant 40,165 41 

Miscellaneous 222 01 

62,818 42 

Ontario Veterinary College, Guelph — 

Fees — 

Tuition $30,413 50 

Hospital, etc 22,416 32 

Blood Tests 3,851 70 

$ 56,681 52 

Sales— Live Stock 2,071 91 

Rent, Board, etc 3,152 00 

Ambulatory Clinic 15,044 63 

Federal Aid Grant 67,550 85 

Miscellaneous 9,895 00 

154,395 91 

Western Ontario Agricultural School and Experimental Farm, Ridgetown — 
Sales — 

Produce $ 8,392 67 

Stock and Equipment 4,845 66 

$ 13,238 33 

Fees— Tuition 1,270 00 

Rent, Board, etc 21,687 50 

Miscellaneous 2,692 48 

38 t 88S 31 

Ontario Telephone Authority — 

Board Fees 760 60 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 1,216,094 52 



SIG — 2 



18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 7 
DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Miscellaneous $ 152 65 

Auditor of Criminal Justice Accounts — 

Perquisites — Rent, Uniforms, etc 6,526 80 

Fire Marshal — 

Taxes— The Fire Marshals Act $ 214,616 12 

Licenses — The Lightning Rod Act 1,973 17 

Miscellaneous 337 80 

216,927 09 

Inspector of Legal Offices — 

Fees — 

Magistrates $ 360,451 48 

Local Masters of Titles and Registrars of Deeds. . . 307,093 63 
Local and Surrogate Registrars, and County and 

District Court Clerks 1 ,654,350 10 

Crown Attorneys 222,383 96 

Sheriffs 615,592 24 

Division Court Clerks and Bailiffs 248,038 88 

$ 3,407,910 29 
Fines and Estreated Bail — 

Magistrates $ 1,190,564 66 

Crown Attorneys 1,629 85 

1,192,194 51 

Miscellaneous 51,577 54 

4,651,682 34 

Ontario Provincial Police — 

Licenses — Detective Agencies $ 11,400 00 

Sales re Forfeitures 132 19 

Perquisites — Rent, etc 75,621 65 

Miscellaneous 3,220 19 

90,374 03 

Ontario Securities Commission — 

Fees — Brokers and Salesmen $ 167,245 00 

Filing 68,735 00 

$ 235,980 00 

Miscellaneous 1,119 27 

237,099 27 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 

Refund of Advances for Operating Expenses — 

Public Trustee $ 506,731 96 

Official Guardian 121,938 12 

- Accountant — Supreme Court of Ontario 34,293 04 

662,963 12 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 5,865,725 30 

Deduct — Reimbursements of Expenditures 662,963 12 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 5,202,762 18 

Statement No. 8 
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Sale of Publications $ 462 00 

Miscellaneous 40 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 462 40 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 19 

Statement No. 9 
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Mmn Office — 

Correspondence Courses — 

Government of Canada for Revision of Vocational 

Courses % 3,885 06 

Fees 1,880 00 

$ 5,765 06 

departmental Examinations — 

Appeals $ 3,236 30 

Certificates 2,371 04 

Fees 2,496 15 

8,103 49 

General Legislative Grants — 

Government of Canada for — 

Vocational Schools % 597,500 00 

Training for Citizenship — Instruction 161,043 82 

—Conference 728 80 

759,272 62 

Inspection of Elementary Schools — 

Fees — Indian Schools 3,705 00 

Inspection of Secondary Schools — 

Fees — Private Secondary Schools 5,265 00 

Summer Camps — 

Perquisites , , . 1,631 43 

Summer Courses — 

Fees 34,623 00 

Trade Schools — 

Registration of Schools $ 9,301 00 

Registration of Agents 373 00 

9,674 00 

Teachers' Education — 

Fees for Non-Resident Pupils $ 1,440 00 

Medical Fees for Students' Health Inspection 19,962 27 

Rent— Teachers' Colleges 2,640 00 

24,042 27 

Miscellaneous — 

Sale of Departmental Publications, etc 6,138 36 

$ 858,220 23 
Branches — 

Provincial Institute of Mining — Haileybury — 

Fees $ 10,382 50 

Miscellaneous 154 59 

10,537 09 

Hamilton Institute of Technology — Hamilton — 

Fees 5,075 00 

Lakehead Technical Institute — Port Arthur — 

Fees $ 10,697 50 

Miscellaneous 472 34 

11,169 84 

Provincial Institute of Trades — Toronto — 

Fees $ 31,285 00 

Miscellaneous, Sale of Projects, etc 6,381 38 

37,666 38 



20 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 9— Continued 

Ordinary — 

Branches — Continued 

Ryerson Institute of Technology — Toronto — 

Fees $ 313,324 00 

Perquisites 1,126 00 

Sales — 

Cafeteria $ 42,067 45 

Projects and Supplies, etc 3,040 20 

45,107 65 
$ 359,557 65 

Ontario School for the Blind — Brantford— 

Fees for Treaty Indians $ 1,500 00 

Fees from Western Provinces 48,225 00 

Perquisites 16,073 74 

Miscellaneous 334 77 

66,133 51 

Ontario School for the Deaf — Belleville — 

Fees for Treaty Indians $ 5,775 00 

Perquisites 32,645 39 

Sale of Farm Produce 3,313 85 

Miscellaneous 1,798 75 

43,532 99 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Dominion-Provincial Agreements — 

Defence Training.. $ 4,719 77 

Training of Handicapped, Training in 

Industry, etc 16,220 84 

$ 20,940 61 

Scholarships and Bursaries 100,000 00 

Provincial Institute of Trades — 

Apprenticeship Branch, Ontario Department of 

Labour (for Civilian Apprentices) 273,050 75 

393,991 36 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 1,785,884 05 

Deduct — Reimbursements of Expenditures 393,991 36 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 1,391,892 69 



1956-57 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



21 



Statement No. 10 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Cancer Control — 

Sale of Radon Seeds % 2,287 81 

Government of Canada re Indigent Immigrants 68,614 51 

Miscellaneous 5,216 94 

$ 76,119 26 

Branches — 

Tuberculosis Prevention — 

Patients' Maintenance 94,884 02 

Epidemiology — 

Sale of Products — 

Insulin 18,454 85 

Sanitary Engineering — 
Sale of Products — 

Chlorine $ 347 00 

Fees — Frosted Food Locker License 2,156 00 

2,503 00 

Laboratory — 

Fees — 

Analytical $ 44,964 50 

Pathological 94,237 00 

139,201 50 

Nursing — 
Fees — 

Registration $ 1,428 00 

Re-registration 1,681 00 

$ 3,109 00 

Sales — 

Miscellaneous 3 62 

3,112 62 

Industrial Hygiene — 

X-Ray Films and Services 14,023 00 

Hospitals — 

Patients' Maintenance % 3,531,982 09 

Licenses — Private Hospitals 250 00 

Perquisites 311,707 76 

Removal of Patients 3,185 30 

Transport Service 25,167 92 

Miscellaneous 205 51 

Sale of Produce and Stock 137,077 41 

4,009,575 99 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Main Office — 
Grants — 

City of Sault Ste. Marie— Branch Laboratory 1,200 00 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 4,359,074 24 

Deduct — Reimbursements of Expenditures 1,200 00 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 4,357,874 24 



22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 11 
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Sale of Services and Materials $ 184,078 61 

Permits — 

Sign and Housemoving 44, 105 25 

Gasoline Pumps 41,271 00 

Rentals — 

Gas Line — Franchises $ 6,548 55 



Property 190,546 86 



197,095 41 



Interest — 

Sale Agreements 2,520 20 

Miscellaneous 36,481 98 

$ 505,552 45 

Motor Vehicles Branch — 
Permits and Licenses — 

Passenger $19,909,407 50 

Commercial 18,317,462 54 

Dual Purpose 663,557 95 

Trailers 3,582,478 36 

Motorcycles 31,123 25 

Dealers — 

Automobiles $77,171 50 

Motorcycles 40 50 

77,212 00 

Operators and Instruction 1,365,984 50 

Chauffeurs 754,087 60 

In Transit 11,962 30 

Garages 106,934 50 

Miscellaneous 29,900 05 

$ 44,850,110 55 

Fees — 

Transfers $ 453,160 20 

Public Vehicles 427,201 79 

Public Commercial Vehicles 1,934,215 85 

Duplicate Cards 43,643 50 

Searches and Certificates 22,609 97 

Lists 16,432 28 

Examinations 49,016 00 

2,946,279 59 

Fines — 

Breach of the Highway Traffic Act 1,304,715 48 

49,101,105 62 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 49,606,658 07 

Capital — 

Main Office — 
Sales — 

Land and Buildings $ 1,091,327 70 

Miscellaneous 121,091 29 

1,212,418 99 



$ 50,819,077 06 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 49,606,658 07 

Net Capital Receipts (To State- 
ment No. 26) 1,212,418 99 



$ 50,819,077 06 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 23 

Statement No. 12 
DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

(Under the Attorney-General) 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 
Ordinary — 

The Insurance Act — 
Licenses — 

Joint Stock Companies .- $ 84,822 50 

Mutual and Cash Mutual Companies 27,070 00 

Fraternal and Mutual Benefit Societies 7,210 00 

Other Insurers 3,100 00 

Underwriters' Agencies 400 00 

Agents, Brokers and Adjusters 223,661 00 

— $ 346,263 50 

Fees — 

Miscellaneous 4,319 76 



$ 350,583 26 



The Loan and Trust Corporations Act — 
Licenses — 

Loan Corporations $ 1,950 00 

Trust Companies 7,075 00 

$ 9,025 00 

Fees — 

Miscellaneous 1,939 00 



Miscellaneous 31 85 



The Investment Contracts Act— 

Licenses $ 4,865 00 

Miscellaneous 1 15 



10,964 00 



The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act — 
Licenses — 

Brokers, Salesmen, etc 131,444 00 

The Collection Agencies Act — 
Licenses — 

Agencies, Collectors, etc $ 4,058 50 



4,090 35 



4,866 15 



The Prepaid Hospital and Medical Services Act — 

Fees 1,725 00 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 503,672 76 



24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 13 
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 
Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Miscellaneous $ 1 ,428 36 

Branches — 

Apprenticeship — 

Fees— Motor Vehicle Repair Trade $ 34,835 50 

Barbering and Hairdressing 20,246 85 

Miscellaneous 86 05 



Boiler Inspection — 

Fees — Inspection, etc $ 168,352 50 

Refunds — Inspectors' expenses 6,571 80 

Miscellaneous 61 60 



Factory Inspection — 

Fees — Building Plan Examinations $ 174,615 00 

Miscellaneous 1 05 



Operating Engineers' Examining Board — 

Fees — Examinations $ 70,363 35 

Sale of Text Bocks 7,459 50 

Miscellaneous 42 84 



Office of the Athletics Commissioner — 

Taxes $ 30,084 59 

Licenses 9,732 00 

Fines 550 00 

Miscellaneous Ill 



Elevator Inspection — 

Fees — Inspections, etc $ 75,221 35 

Miscellaneous 47 55 



55,168 40 



174,985 90 



174,616 05 



77,865 69 



Minimum Wage Board — 

The Industrial Standards Act — 

Penalties 353 14 

Industry and Labour Board — 

Sale of Vacation-with-Pay Stamp Books $ 114,597 60 

Miscellaneous 28 1 1 



114,625 71 



40,367 70 



75,268 90 



Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Main Office — 

Sale of Stock of Stationery and Supplies 20,511 75 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 735,191 60 

Deduct — Reimbursements of Expenditures 20,511 75 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 714,679 85 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 25 

Statement No. 14 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Accounts Branch — 

Rentals— Water Power Leases $ 1,553,862 70 

Tax— Provincial Land Tax 776,789 46 

Fees— Casual . . . . -. 59,633 73 

Refunds — Long Lac Water Diversion Construction — 

Refund of Cost (Annuity Payment) 15,900 00 



$ 2,406,185 89 



Lands Branch — 

Rentals — Crown Land Leases and Licenses of 

Occupation $ 235,570 84 

Miscellaneous 7,987 34 



Parks Branch — 

Rentals $ 64,799 79 

Miscellaneous 58,620 87 



243,558 18 



123,420 66 



Rentals Miscellaneous 

$ c. $ c. 

Algonquin 13,979 14 14,285 22 

Quetico 2,821 25 

Rondeau 21,833 80 6,341 00 

Ipperwash 3,783 00 8,041 65 

Presqu'ile 2,982 20 2,840 15 

Long Point 22,221 65 4,460 40 

Other Parks 19,831 20 



64,799 79 58,620 87 



Air Service Branch — 

Flying Fees 12,792 93 

Forest Protection Branch — 

Recovery of Fire Fighting Costs and Sundry 96,064 82 

Timber Management Branch — 

Timber Dues, Bonus, etc 13,556,567 74 

Mississagi Salvage — Salvaged Fire-Damaged Timber 77,212 07 

Reforestation Branch — 

Sale of Trees and Miscellaneous 160,244 40 

Fish and Wildlife Branch — 
Fish- 
Licenses — 

Angling $ 2,294,761 04 

Commercial Fishing 102,234 00 

Smelt 28,181 20 



$ 2,425,176 24 
Royalty 15,031 92 



2,440,208 16 



26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Statement No. 14— Continued 

Ordinary — 

Fish and Wildlife Branch — Continued 
Wildlife- 
Licenses — 

Non-resident Hunting $ 545,979 18 

Deer 400,272 03 

Moose 134,210 00 

Ground Hog 23,844 90 

Gun 244,431 38 

Dog 23,492 05 

Trappers 49,595 00 

Fur Dealers 14,345 00 

Fur Farmers 2,630 00 

Pheasant 330 00 

Tanners 90 00 

Cold Storage 360 00 

$ 1,439,579 54 

Royalty 223,356 95 

$ 1,662,936 49 

General — 

Licenses— Guides $ 12,134 00 

—Tourist Outfitters 20,470 56 

Fines 43,895 10 

Costs Collected 1,204 36 

Sales— Confiscated Articles 22,080 78 

—General 2,515 20 

Miscellaneous 382 57 

102,682 57 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 20,881,873 91 

Capital — 

Lands Branch — 

Land Sales % 309,313 63 

Timber Management Branch — 

Mississagi Salvage — Salvaged Fire-Damaged Timber. . . 21,598 13 

Logging Roads — Recovery of Construction Costs 36,589 64 

367,501 40 

$ 21,249,375 31 



Net Ordinary Revenue % 20,881,873 91 

Net Capital Receipts (To Statement No. 26) 367,501 40 

$ 21,249,375 31 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 27 

Statement No. 15 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Licenses and Permits — 

Sand and Gravel $ 665 00 

Refinery 87 00 

Miners 128,429 00 

Quarry 1,792 75 

$ 130,973 75 

Mining Claims — 

Recording Fees $ 535,556 25 

Abstracts and Miscellaneous 39,011 15 

574,567 40 

Rentals — 

Gas Leases $ 73,101 79 

Mining Leases 34,386 63 

Licenses of Occupation 26,523 14 

134,011 56 

Royalties — 

Sand and Gravel ; $ 198,427 00 

Gas and Oil 5,897 38 

204,324 38 

Taxes — 

Acreage $ 146,186 44 

Profits 8,016,487 26 

Gas 45,646 39 

8,208,320 09 

Fees — 

Laboratory — 

Cable Testing $ 42,373 79 

Chemical and Assay 3,651 20 

Sampling and Assaying 101,330 11 

147,355 10 

Services — 

Prints, Maps and Reports $ 19,648 44 

Record Books, etc 1,837 53 

Sale of Gold Ore 631 77 

Miscellaneous 3,428 49 

25,546 23 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 

Sulphur Fumes Arbitrator — Refunds re Operating Expenses 16,463 22 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 9,441,561 73 

Deduct — Reimbursements of Expenditures 16,463 22 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 9,425,098 51 

Capital — 

Mining Lands— Sales 228,425 93 

$ 9,653,524 44 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 9,425,098 51 

Net Capital Receipts (To Statement No. 26) 228,425 93 

$ 9,653,524 44 



28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 16 

DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 
Sales — 

Reports, etc $ 1,814 25 

Licenses, etc. — Municipal Auditors 564 00 

Miscellaneous 6,163 53 

$ 8,541 78 

Branches — 

Municipal Board — 
Fees — 

Applications for approval of Municipal By-laws, etc 289,263 99 

Highway Transport Board — 
Fees — 

Applications for approval to permit operation of Motor Vehicles 

for Commercial purposes 65,386 28 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 363,192 05 



Statement No. 17 

DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 
Sales — 

Reports, etc % 661 80 

Miscellaneous 278 00 

— $ 939 80 

Community Planning Branch — 

Recovery from Townsite Development Projects 5,182 42 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 6,122 22 

Capital — 

Community Planning Branch — 

Recovery from Townsite Development Projects 91,062 49 



$ 97,184 71 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 6,122 22 

Net Capital Receipts (To Statement No. 26).. 91,062 49 

$ 97,184 71 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 29 

Statement No. 18 
DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Office of Executive Council — 

Miscellaneous $ 19 00 



Net Ordinary Revenue • . . $ 19 00 



Statement No. 19 
DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 
Fees — 

Letters Patent $ 800,525 78 

Supplementary Letters Patent 227,690 81 

Companies' Returns — Annual Filing 

Fees 388,094 31 

Commissions 19,987 00 

Civil Marriages . 18,380 00 

Miscellaneous — Searches, Certificates, 

etc 31,427 71 

$ 1,486,105 61 

Licenses — 

Extra-Provincial $ 19,255 90 

Mortmain 85,198 78 

Marriage 136,988 00 

241,442 68 

$ 1,727,548 29 

Branches — 

Office of the Clerk of the Legislative 
Assembly and Chief Election Officer — 
Fees — 

Private Bills. . $ 12,678 77 

Sessional Service 3,163 75 

$ 15,842 52 

Sale of Bills, etc $ 1,055 95 

Miscellaneous 4 50 

1,060 45 

16,902 97 

Office of the Queen's Printer — 
Official Gazette — 

Advertising and Subscriptions $ 20,780 93 

Sales of — 

Statutes $ 8,894 50 

Other Government Publications. 11,588 93 

20,483 43 

41,264 36 

Registrar-General — 

Fees — 

Searches and Certificates of Births, Marriages 

and Deaths $ 273,421 85 

Registration of Change of Name 2,527 65 

Government of Canada Subvention re Statistical 

Work 24,369 20 

Miscellaneous 21 50 

300.340 20 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 2,086,055 82 



30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Statement No. 20 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Miscellaneous 

Child Welfare Branch — 

Miscellaneous 

Field Services Branch — 

Miscellaneous 

Old Age Assistance Branch — 

Miscellaneous 

Unemployment Relief Branch — 

Miscellaneous 

Net Ordinary Revenue 



NO. 1 



$ 


221 63 




120 56 




667 50 




221 55 




1,368 57 


$ 


2,599 81 



Statement No. 21 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Commissions — 

Telegrams $ 5,742 02 

Telephones 998 84 

$ 6,740 86 

Sales— Materials 12,246 14 

Rentals — 

General $ 172,810 84 

Parking areas 16,828 75 

189,639 59 

Perquisites . . . . 1,550 00 

Services — Building Equipment 1,035 65 

Miscellaneous 6,423 38 

Farmers' proportion of cost of Provincial Aid to Drainage in Unorgan- 
ized Townships in Districts in Northern Ontario 2,809 87 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 

Rentals— Fire Marshal 3,000 00 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 223,445 49 

Deduct — Reimbursements of Expenditures 3,000 00 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 220,445 49 

Capital — 

Main Office — 

Sales — Land and Buildings 1 16,896 22 

$ 337,341 71 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 220,445 49 

Net Capital Receipts (To Statement No. 26).. 116,896 22 

$ 337,341 71 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 31 

Statement No. 22 

DEPARTMENT OF REFORM INSTITUTIONS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Refunds from Municipalities — 

Assessment re Expenses of Bailiffs $ 12,465 34 

Sale of Books, Stationery, etc 93 50 

Miscellaneous 824 55 

$ 13 383 39 

Institutions — 

Sale of Produce, etc. — 

Reformatories and Industrial Farms $ 255,674 54 

Training Schools 21,107 41 

276,781 95 

Maintenance — Recovery — 

Training Schools 188,316 87 

Perquisites 180,423 41 

$ 658,905 62 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Revenue from Industrial Operations — 

Reformatories $ 2,123,681 28 

Industrial Farms 476,073 83 

$ 2,599,755 11 

Refunds from Municipalities — 

Transportation of Prisoners 20,776 19 

2,620,531 30 

Gross Ordinary Revenue $ 3,279,436 92 

Deduct — Reimbursements of Expenditures 2,620,531 30 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 658,905 62 



Statement No. 23 

DEPARTMENT OF TRAVEL AND PUBLICITY 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Ordinary — 

Development Branch — 
Licenses — 

Tourist Establishment $ 22,698 71 

Sales — Enquiry Lists, etc 1,626 17 

$ 24,324 88 



Net Ordinary Revenue $ 24,324 88 



32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 24 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 
Ordinary — 

Main Office — 
Subsidies — 

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

Annual Subsidy per Capita, B.N.A. Act, 1907 3,258,525 20 

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

$ 3,640,939 68 

Interest — Common School Fund 71,136 28 

Miscellaneous 15,387 20 



$ 3,727,463 16 
Liquor Control Board — 

Profits, Fines, etc $ 56,100,000 00 

Transfer Fees 493,688 36 

56,593,688 36 



Government of Canada — 
Taxes — 

Province of Ontario's share of Income Tax collected from privately- 
owned Corporations operating Public Utilities 1,428,408 00 



Branches— $ 61,749,559 52 

Comptroller of Revenue — 

Tax Rental Agreement (see Statement No. 32) $160,558,128 80 

Gasoline Tax $112,970,086 54 

Succession Duty 29,160,839 84 

Hospitals Tax 4,614,579 56 

Race Track Betting 4,294,269 26 

Land Transfer 3,691,331 94 

Security Transfer 3,502,601 29 

Logging Tax 860,857 43 

Income Tax 230 89 

159,094,796 75 

Fees — 

Law Stamps $ 1,287,955 30 

The Hospitals Tax Act — 
Owners' or Operators' 

Licenses 1,600 00 



1,289,555 30 
Miscellaneous 389 33 



Theatres — 

Fees— Censorship $ 148,951 50 

Licenses — Theatres, etc 110,800 15 

Miscellaneous 1,006 77 



320,942,870 18 



260,758 42 
Ontario Fuel Board — 

Licenses, Fees, etc 93,725 54 

Ontario Racing Commission — 

Licenses, Fees, etc 71,387 46 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 
Savings Office — 

Refund — Advances for Operating Expenses 717,268 47 

Gross Ordinary Revenue ^^'iP?'??? 5? 

Deduct — Reimbursements of Expenditures 717,268 47 

Net Ordinary Revenue $383,118,301 12 

Capital — 

Main Office — 

Bequest for purchase of Radium 6,440 05 

$383,124,741 17 



Net Ordinary Revenue $383,118,301 12 

Net Capital Receipts (To Statement No. 26) . . 6,440 05 

$383,124,741 17 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 33 

Statement No. 25 

INTEREST, EXCHANGE, DISCOUNT AND COMMISSION 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 

Reimbursements of Expenditures — 

Interest — 

Loans and Advances — 

Agricultural Development Board Debentures $ 99,644 62 

Co-operative Loans 44,776 80 

Drainage Debentures — Municipal 5 32 

—Tile 81,402 73 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — 

Advances — secured by bonds 8,906,025 97 

Advances— unsecured 2,342,902 47 

Municipal Debentures 35,644 76 

Settlers' Loans 1,391 12 

" " —Miscellaneous 190 97 

" —Seed Grain 284 73 

Guaranteed Debentures — Sandwich, Windsor and 

Amherstburg Railway Company 22,000 00 

Sinking Fund Investments 1,953,747 50 

Temporary Investments 749,803 99 

Funds on Time Deposit with Banks 325,331 29 

Miscellaneous Earnings — 

Re Lac Seul Storage Dam — 

Government of Canada 11,756 59 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 22,800 96 

Funds on Deposit with Banks 98,665 79 

Accrued Interest on sale of Provincial Debentures. 86,712 60 

Miscellaneous 2 40 

$ 14,783,090 61 

Exchange — 

Sundry 18,482 74 

Discount — 

Discount on purchase of Sinking Fund Investments $ 480,474 65 

Discount on purchase of Debentures for Debt 

Cancellation 722 50 

481,197 15 

Commission — 

Refund from Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario (see page 48) 3,044 54 



Deducted from Public Debt Expenditure (see page U 8) $ 15,285,815 04 



SIG.— 3 



34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 26 

CAPITAL RECEIPTS 

Receipts for Fiscal Year 1957 

Receipts Applied in Reduction of Fixed Asset Accounts 

Highways Department — 
Main Office — 
Sales — 

Land and Buildings $ 1,091,327 70 

Miscellaneous 121,091 29 

$ 1,212,418 99 

Lands and Forests Department — 
Lands Branch — 

Land Sales $ 309,313 63 

Timber Management Branch — 

Sales — Salvaged Fire-Damaged Timber 21,598 13 

Recovery of Logging Roads Construction Costs 36,589 64 

367,501 40 

Mines Department — 

Mining Lands — Sales 228,425 93 

Planning and Development Department — 
Community Planning Branch — 

Recovery from Townsite Development Projects 91,062 49 

Public Works Department — 
Main Office — 
Sales — 

Land and Buildings 1 16,896 22 

Treasury Department — 

Bequest for purchase of Radium 6,440 05 

$ 2,022,745 08 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 35 

Statement No. 27 

REPAYMENT OF LOANS AND ADVANCES 

Receipts for Fiscal Year 1957 

Treasury Department — 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — 
Repayment of Commission's share of 
Debenture Loans that matured during 
the Fiscal Year 1957, originally issued 
for Hydro and other Provincial pur- 
poses $ 1,755,903 45 

Agricultural Development Finance Act — 
Agricultural Development Board — 

Debentures $ 775,000 00 

Municipal Debentures 5,135 94 

780,135 94 

Municipal Debentures, etc 166,372 59 

Drainage Debentures — 

Tile $ 320,701 80 

Municipal 177 46 

320,879 26 

Settlers' Loan Commission — 

Settlers' Loans 4,694 10 

Co-operative Loans Act — 

Co-operative Loans 98,403 00 

$ 3,126,388 34 

Planning and Development Department — 
Housing Branch — 

Repayments under The Housing Development Act . . . .% 663,704 67 



664,170 17 



The Ontario-St. Lawrence Development Commission — 

Recovery of advances 465 50 

Public Welfare Department — 

Reimbursements of Disbursements — 

Repayments — Government of Canada and Other Provinces: 

Outstanding Fiscal Year 

Accounts ended 

March 31, March 31, Total 

1956 1957 

$ c & c & c 

Old Age Assistance 957 06 4,771,305 80 4,772,262 86 

Blind Persons' Allowances 70 00 617,900 47 617,970 47 
Disabled Persons' Allow- 
ances 40 00 1,865,366 97 1,865,406 97 

Rehabilitation Services 44,53187 44,53187 

1,067 06 7,299,105 11 7,300,172 17 

== ===== . 7,300,172 17 

Gross Receipts $ 11,090,730 68 

Deduct — Reimbursements of Disbursements — 
Public Welfare Department — 

Old Age Assistance, Blind Persons' and Disabled Persons' Allow- 
ances, and Rehabilitation Services 7,299,105 11 

Net Receipts $ 3,791,625 57 



36 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 28 
SPECIAL FUNDS DEPOSITS 

Receipts for Fiscal Year 1957 

Highways Department — 

The Unsatisfied Judgment Fund (see page 60) $ 2,201,669 20 

Labour Department — 

Industry and Labour Board— Vacation-with-Pay Stamps— 

_ Sal es $ 12,724,884 64 

Contract Security Deposits— Athletics Commissioner 300 00 



12,725,184 64 

Lands and Forests Department — 

Contract Security Deposits 17,200 00 

Provincial Secretary's Department — 

The Public Service Retirement Fund (see page 59) $ 922,868 20 

The Public Service Superannuation Fund (see page 59) 10,399,673 22 



Treasury Department— 

Municipal Sinking Funds $ 15,932 17 

Registry Offices— Surplus Fees— (R.S.O. 1950, Chap. 197) . . 372,312 91 

Canada Savings Bonds — Payroll Deductions on Hand 4,164 93 

Income Tax — Payroll Deductions on Hand 900 00 

O.E.A. Elementary Teachers' Loan Fund 554 21 

Ontario Food Terminal Board — Sinking Funds 95,408 91 

School Boards — Interest on Deposits for Capital Expenditures 2,391 91 

Unclaimed Monies — The Collection Agencies Act 2,445 06 

Unclaimed Dividends 363 07 

Vacation-with-Pay — Unclaimed Contributions 19,548 03 

Land Titles Assurance Fund 1,112 00 

In Suspense: 

Miscellaneous $ 286 50 

Trust Fund for injured Constable 19,423 38 

Special Appropriation for Royal Winter 
Fair in Fiscal Year 1956 — payment 

deferred 1,000,000 00 

1,019,709 88 



,322,541 42 



Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company- 
Deposits to meet Interest Maturities 148,500 00 

Security Bond Forfeitures — 

The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act 5,500 00 

Defence Training Board 28,000 00 

Jack Hammell Safety Award 444 24 

Exploratory Licenses of Occupation Work Guarantees 47,250 00 

1,764,537 32 

$ 28,031,132 58 

Statement No. 29 
DEFERRED ASSETS, SURPLUS RECEIPTS AND RESERVES 

Receipts for Fiscal Year 1957 

Deferred Assets — 

Discount on Debentures, written off (net) $ 736,908 25 

Discount on Debentures assumed by The Hydro-Electric 

Power Commission of Ontario — Series CE 700,000 00 

$ 1,436,908 25 

Surplus Adjustments — 

Miscellaneous repayments on Seed Grain Loans, etc $ 595 85 

Provision for Sinking Fund Instalments 40,729,000 00 

40,729,595 85 

Reserves — 

Bequests and Scholarships $ 4,909 51 

Outstanding Cheques 31,130 26 

Highway Construction Account 57,500,000 00 

Corporations Tax (net receipts applicable to period preceding 

Tax Rental Agreement) 383,165 72 

57,919,205 49 



$100,085,709 59 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 37 

Statement No. 30 

PUBLIC DEBT 

Proceeds of Loans, etc. for Fiscal Year 1957 

Stocks and 
Debentures — 
Series 

"TI" R.S.O. 1950 Chap. 384 and 2 Eliz. II, Chap. 103 

4^6% Stock (Straight Term Issue) 
due November 1, 1962, payable Canada — 

Par Value $ 12,000,000 00 

"CE" R.S.O. 1950 Chap. 281 and 3 Eliz. II, Chap. 30 
3J4% Debentures (Straight Term Issue) 
due May 15, 1981, payable New York — 

Par Value $50,000,000 00 

Less— Discount 700,000 00 

49,300,000 00 

"CG" 3 Eliz. II, Chap. 65 and Chap. 30 

4=%% Debentures (Straight Term Issue) 
due May 15, 1974, payable Canada — 

Par Value $60,000,000 00 

Less— Discount 600,000 00 

59,400,000 00 

"CH" 2 Eliz. II, Chap. 75 and 3 Eliz. II, Chap. 30 
4M% Debentures (Straight Term Issue) 
due December 1, 1963, payable Canada — 

Par Value $18,000,000 00 

Less— Discount 392,400 00 

17,607,600 00 

"CJ" 2 Eliz. II, Chap. 75 and 3 Eliz. II, Chap. 30 
4J^% Debentures (Straight Term Issue) 
due December 1, 1976, payable Canada — 

Par Value $32,000,000 00 

Less— Discount 1,280,000 00 

30,720,000 00 

$169,027,600 00 

Proceeds from Sinking Fund Investments — 

Matured Investments 5,738,000 00 

Distribution to Various Sinking Funds 

"AM" Sinking Fund $ 62,000 00 

"AN" Sinking Fund 171,000 00 

General 5,505,000 00 

$ 5,738,000 00 



Proceeds from Temporary Investments — 

Government of Canada Short Term Securities $235,884,725 25 

United States Treasury Bills 30,195,569 10 

Province of Ontario Debentures 1,000,000 00 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation 

Debentures (guaranteed by Province of Ontario) 4,825,000 00 

271,905,294 35 



$446,670,894 35 



38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 31 

QUEEN'S PRINTER'S OFFICE 

Government Stationery and Paper Account 
For Fiscal Year 1957 

Stock on hand, March 31, 1956— 

Stationery $ 104,101 62 

Printing and Binding 79,246 54 

Contract Paper 2,558 34 

$ 185,906 50 

Purchases during the year — 

Stationery $1,456,394 87 

Printing and Binding 2,210,047 69 

Contract Paper 27,588 82 

3,694,031 38 



$3,879,937 88 



Deduct — 

Distribution to Departments — 

Stationery $1,452,960 30 

Printing and Binding 2,222,080 94 

Contract Paper 18,822 65 



-$3,693,863 89 
Cash Sales 2,323 46 



$3,696,187 35 

Obsolete Stock and Goods Lost — 

Written off 97 23 

Stock on hand, March 31, 1957 — 

Stationery $43,874 21 

Contract Paper 1 1,325 37 

$ 55,199 58 

In course of Distribution — 

Stationery $ 61,092 28 

Contract Paper 17 

Printing and Binding 67,153 03 



128,245 48 

— 183,445 06 

3,879,729 64 



Loss on distribution $ 208 24 



Distribution and Cash Sales of Stationery, Printing and Paper — as above $3,696,187 35 

Purchases — as above 3,694,031 38 



Excess of Distribution and Cash Sales over Purchases $ 2,155 97 

For details of Purchases, see page Vl-3. 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 39 

STATEMENT No. 32 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1957 
under the Canada-Ontario Tax Rental Agreement 

(The Corporations and Income Taxes Suspension Act, 1952) 

1. Original Ratios for Fiscal Year 1957 Ratio 

A. Population 1955 over 1948 118.88446% 

B. Gross National Product per Capita 1955 over 1948 143.37157% 

C. Composite Ratio (product of A and B) 170.44652% 

2. Original Calculation for Fiscal Year 1957 

D. Guaranteed Minimum Annual Payment $101,801,370 00 



E. Adjusted Annual Amount (product of D and C) $173,516,892 48 

F. Less: 

(a) Statutory Subsidies (see Statement 24) $ 3,640,939 68 

(b) Average Succession Duty Credits for 3 years 

ended March 31, 1956 14,899,867 94 

18,540,807 62 



G. Net adjusted Rental for Fiscal Year 1957 $154,976,084 86 

3. Revised Ratios for Fiscal Year 1956 

A. Population 1954 over 1948 1 15.74204% 

B. Revised Gross National Product per Capita 1954 over 

1948 133.54428% 

C. Composite Ratio (product of A and B) 154.56687% 

4. Recalculation for Fiscal Year 1956 

D. Guaranteed Minimum Annual Payment $101,801,370 00 



E. Revised Adjusted Annual Amount $157,351,191 24 

(a) Statutory Subsidies $ 3,640,939 68 

(b) Average Succession Duty Credits 

for 3 years ended March 3 1,1955. 14,013,191 76 

(c) Adjustment due to under-deduc- 
tion of Succession Duty Credits 

for Fiscal Years 1954 and 1955. . 311,950 98 

17,966,082 42 



G. Net Revised Adjusted Rental for Fiscal Year 1956.. .$139,385,108 82 
H. Rental Received for Fiscal Year 1956 (see Statement 31 

Public Accounts for Fiscal Year 1956) 137,566,742 94 



1,818,365J88 



Additional Payments Received during Fiscal Year 1957 pursuant to the 
final certificate of the Dominion Statistician as to the population of 
Canada, the population of Ontario and the Gross National Product of 
Canada as required by subsection 7 of section 7 of the Canada-Ontario 
Tax Rental Agreement of October 29, 1952: 

Total Final Total Original 

Fiscal Year Adjusted Adjusted Additional 

Payments Payments Payments 

1952-53 $138,199,075 53 $138,097,223 23(1) $ 101,852 30 

1953-54 150,245,007 67 149,667,508 87(2) 577,498 80 

1954-55 158,541,045 64 158,259,921 16(3) 281,124 48 

1955-56 157,989,088 79 157,351,191 24(4) 637,897 55 

1956-57 175,682,197 41 173,516,892 48 (5) 2,165,304 93 

$780,656,415 04 $776,892,736 98 3,763,678 06 



6. Net Adjusted Rental Received in Fiscal Year 1957 $160,558,128 80 



Notes: 

(1) See 1953-54 Public Accounts, Statement 30, Item 4E 

(2) See 1954-55 Public Accounts, Statement 30, Item 4E 

(3) See 1955-56 Public Accounts, Statement 31, Item 4E 

(4) See Item 4E above 

(5) See Item 2E above 



MISCELLANEOUS 
STATEMENTS 

As at March 31, 1957 

(See Index, Page 5) 



41 



U PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

PROVINCIAL CAPITAL DEBT 

Statement Showing Investment Thereof as at March 31, 1957 

Funded Debt — 

Stock and Debentures $1,172,083,500 00 

Less — Sinking Funds 185,941,000 00 

$ 986,142,500 00 

6% Bonds of the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg 
Railway Company due July 1, 1961 — Principal 

Liability assumed by the Province 900,000 00 

$ 987,042,500 00 

Unfunded Debt — 

Savings Office— Customers' Deposits $ 78,622,290 96 

Special Funds 61,483,558 46 

Housing Corporation Limited — Liabilities 5,406,644 69 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corpora- 
tion — Liabilities 12,728,842 49 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 

—Liabilities 13,584,263 44 

Highway Construction Account 37,500,000 00 

Miscellaneous 339,368 59 

209,664,968 63 

Gross Capital Debt $1,196,707,468 63 



Investment Thereof — 

Revenue-Producing and Realizable Capital Assets — 

Cash on hand and in Banks $ 1,302,527 42 

Temporary Investments 18,212,000 00 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission — Advances 340,877,515 75 

Ontario Northland Transportation Commission — 

Advances 30,207,934 92 

Housing Corporation Limited — Investments 6,333,939 00 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan 

Corporation — Investments 13,044,803 23 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation — 

Investments 13,972,536 67 

The Ontario Telephone Development Corporation — 

Advances 500,000 00 

The Ontario-St. Lawrence Development Commisson — 

Advances 421,315 60 

Loans — Farm, Municipal, etc 13,557,194 49 

$ 438,429,767 08 

Other Capital Assets — 

Roads and Highways $858,052,058 36 

Public Buildings, Public Works, etc 337,037,436 78 

Other Loans and Advances 732,290 34 

Discount on Debentures (Less amount amortized) . . . 6,943,644 01 

1,202,765,429 49 

Total of above Capital Assets $1,641,195,196 57 

Less — Portion of above Capital Assets acquired through investment of 

Surplus 444,487,727 94 

$1,196,707,468 63 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 43 

GROSS CAPITAL DEBT 

Statement Showing Increase 
For Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1957 

Increase 
1956 1957 1957 over 1956 

$ c. $ c. $ c. 

Funded Debt 855,771,500 00 987,042,500 00 131,271,000 00 

Unfunded Debt 216,637,618 83 209,664,968 63 6,972,650 20 



Gross Capital Debt 1,072,409,118 83 1,196,707,468 63 124,298,349 80 

Gross Capital Debt Increased by: 

Capital Disbursements on Highways, Public Buildings, 

Works, etc $1 13,685,032 16 

Less Capital Receipts 2,022,745 08 



$111,662,287 08 
Advance to The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 

Ontario— Secured by Bonds 50,000,000 00 

Increase in Investments of The Ontario Junior Farmer 

Establishment Loan Corporation 3,674,071 72 

Increase in Tile Drainage Loans (net) 343,898 20 

Increase in Co-operative Loans (net) 483,661 00 

Increase in Advances under The Housing Development Act. 910,221 68 

Advance to Ontario Telephone Development Corporation . . 250,000 00 

Advance to Ontario-St. Lawrence Development Commission . 42 1 ,3 1 5 60 

Increase in cash 1,302,527 42 

Increase in Temporary Investments 18,212,000 00 

Discount on Debentures issued during year 2,972,400 00 

$190,232,382 70 

Gross Capital Debt Decreased By: 

Provision Charged to Ordinary Expenditure — 

Sinking Fund Instalments $ 40,729,000 00 

Surplus on Ordinary Account (as per Statement No. 2) 1,804,550 92 



$ 42,533,550 92 

Discount on Debentures, written off or assumed 1,436,908 25 

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

Ontario $1,755,903 45 

Agricultural Development Board 775,000 00 

Miscellaneous (net) 177,757 97 



2,708,661 42 

Increase in Reserves (net) 96,664 36 

Decrease in Investments of Housing Corporation Limited .... 1,243,875 99 
Decrease in Investments of The Ontario Municipal 

Improvement Corporation 305,270 23 

Decrease in Sundry Assets of Savings Office 1,529 22 

Decrease in Mortgage assumed 74,562 09 

Decrease in Corporations Tax Reserve Account — 
as per Balance Sheet as at March 31, 

1956 $ 17,149,844 70 

Receipts in year ended March 31, 1957 . . 383,165 72 

17,533,010 42 



65,934,032 90 



Net Increase in Gross Capital Debt $124,298,349 80 



44 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

NET CAPITAL DEBT 

Statement Showing Increase 
For Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1957 

Increase 
1956 1957 1957 over 1956 



Gross Capital Debt 1,072,409,118 83 1,196,707,468 63 124,298,349 80 

Revenue-Producing and Realizable Assets . 367,102,973 42 438,429,767 08 71,326,793 66 

Net Capital Debt 705,306,145 41 758,277,701 55 52,971,556 14 



Net Capital Debt Increased By: 

Capital Disbursements on Highways, Public Buildings, 

Works, etc $113,685,032 16 

Less Capital Receipts 2,022,745 08 



$111,662,287 08 
Co-operative Loans — Transferred to Other Loans and 

Advances 18,750 00 

Discount on Debentures issued during year 2,972,400 00 

$114,653,437 08 

Net Capital Debt Decreased By: 

Provision Charged to Ordinary Expenditure — 

Sinking Fund Instalments $ 40,729,000 00 

Surplus on Ordinary Account (as per Statement No. 2) 1,804,550 92 



$ 42,533,550 92 

Discount on Debentures, written-off or assumed 1,436,908 25 

Repayment of Other Loans and Advances (net) 4,456 94 

Increase in Reserves (net) 96,664 36 

Decrease in Mortgage assumed 74,562 09 

Decrease in Alterations to Premises — Savings Office 2,132 11 

Decrease in Corporations Tax Reserve Account — 
as per Balance Sheet as at March 31, 

1956 $ 17,149,844 70 

Receipts in year ended March 31, 1957. . . 383,165 72 

17,533,010 42 



Miscellaneous Decrease 595 85 



61,681,880 94 
Net Increase in Net Capital Debt $ 52,971,556 14 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 45 

SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS 

Ordinary Account plus Net Capital Expenditure on Non-Realizable Assets 
for Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1957 

Funds Provided: 

Net Ordinary Revenue $ 479,783,191 11 

Capital Receipts — 

Highway Construction Account: 

Balance from prior years $ 38,127,300 18 

1956-57 Amount voted by Legis- 
lature $ 57,500,000 00 

Less — Amount carried forward to 

1957-58 37,500,000 00 

20,000,000 00 

$ 58,127,300 18 

Sale of Lands, Buildings, etc 2,022,745 08 

60,150,045 26 

Total Funds Provided $ 539,933,236 37 

Funds Applied: 

Net Ordinary Expenditure (before providing for Sinking 

Funds) $ 437,249,640 19 

Gross Capital Payments for Non-Realizable Assets: 
Highways — 

Highway Construction Account. . .$ 58,127,300 18 
Roads, Municipal Subsidies, Land 

Acquisition, etc 76,083,733 04 

$ 134,211,033 22 

Logging Roads 166,337 23 

Mining Roads 900,002 95 

Rural Power Transmission Lines 6,143,716 00 

Conservation Projects 1,148,963 26 

Public Works 29,218,718 59 

Miscellaneous 23,561 09 

$ 171,812,332 34 



Proportion (35.01%) of above Capital Payments paid 

from funds provided 60,150,045 26 

Total Funds Applied 497,399,685 45 

Balance — (before providing for Sinking Funds) $ 42,533,550 92 

Less— Provision for Sinking Funds 40,729,000 00 

Surplus $ 1,804,550 92 



46 ' PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

STATEMENT SHOWING SOURCES OF ORDINARY REVENUE 
For Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1957 

Government of Canada — 

Tax Rental Agreement $160,558,128 80 

Annual Subsidy 3,640,939 68 

Interest — Common School Fund 71,136 28 

$164,270,204 76 

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

Taxation. . $169,753,015 01 

Gasoline, Mines, Lands, Race Tracks (betting), Security 
Transfers, Land Transfers, Amusements, Succession 
Duties, etc. 

Royalties 13,999,280 99 

Timber, Sand and Gravel, Game and Fish. 

Licenses and Permits 49,696,400 62 

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

Fees 13,263,667 43 

Local Registrars, Police Magistrates, Crown Attorneys, 
etc., Mine Recording, Companies' and Brokers' 
Registrations, etc., Motor Vehicle Transfers, 
Tuition, Examinations, Liquor Authority Transfers, 
etc. 

Fines and Penalties 2,543,397 59 

Profits from Trading Activities 56, 100,000 00 

Liquor Control Board — Profits, Fines, Sale of Confis- 
cated Liquor, etc. 

Public Domain 2,225,701 36 

Sales 1,112,774 98 

Produce, Live Stock, Equipment, Services, etc. 

Rent, Board, Maintenance of Patients, Perquisites, etc 5,290,213 33 

Miscellaneous 1,528,535 04 

315,512,986 35 

$479,783,191 11 






1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 47 

STATEMENT SHOWING SOURCE AND APPLICATION OF FUNDS 

For the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1957 

Source of Funds — 

Excess of Ordinary Revenue over Ordinary Expenditure $ 1,804,550 92 

Add: Items not requiring an outlay of funds: 

Sinking Fund Instalments _ $ 40,729,000 00 

Appropriations to Highway Construction Account 57,500,000 00 
Discount on Debentures written off or assumed .... 1,436,908 25 

— 99,665,908 25 

Increase in Liabilities: 

Debentures Issued (Net of Discount) $169,027,600 00 

Special Funds Deposits (net) : 

Public Service Superannuation and 

Retirement Funds $7,322,008 78 

Other 3,723,506 15 

11,045,514 93 

Bequests, Scholarships and Outstanding Cheques (net). . . 25,675 39 

Collections of Corporations Tax Arrears credited to Reserve 

Account 383,165 72 

180,481,956 04 

Decrease in Assets: 

Sinking Fund Investments Matured $ 5,738,000 00 

Loans and Advances Repaid 3,791,625 57 

Sale of Capital Assets and Recoveries 2,022,745 08 

Other 2,125 07 

11,554,495 72 

$293,506,910 93 

Application of Funds — 

Investment in Physical Assets: 

Highways $134,211,033 22 

Mining Roads 900,002 95 

Logging Roads 166,337 23 

$135,277,373 40 

Public Works and Buildings $ 28,696,742 77 

Storage Dams and Docks, etc 521,975 82 

29,218,718 59 

Rural Power Transmission Lines 6,143,716 00 

Conservation Projects 1,148,963 26 

Miscellaneous 23,561 09 

$171,812,332 34 

Increase in Other Assets: 

Uninvested Funds of Sinking Funds $ 15,773,500 00 

Sinking Fund Investments Purchased 23,089,500 00 

Loans and Advances: 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 

Ontario $ 50,000,000 00 

Other 3,492,656 48 

53,492,656 48 

Temporary Investments (net) 18,212,000 00 

Bank Balance 1,728,984 10 

112,296,640 58 

Decrease in Liabilities: 

Demand Deposits with Province of Ontario Savings Office 

(net) $ 1,793,938 01 

Debentures Retired through Sinking Funds 7,604,000 00 

9,397,938 01 

$293,506,910 93 






48 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
Advances by the Province to March 31, 1957 

Total Unsecured Advances on Capital Account to March 31, 1957 $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, 1956 $135,537,632 45 

For fiscal year ended March 31, 1957.. . 1,755,903 45 

137,293,535 90 

159,125,234 61 

Net Unsecured Advances to March 31, 1957 $ 47,877,515 75 



Total Advances Secured by Bonds to March 31, 1956 $243,000,000 00 

Advances secured by bonds during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1957 50,000,000 00 



Total Advances Secured by Bonds to March 31, 1957 $293,000,000 00 



Receipts by the Province for Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1957 

Capital Account — 

Repayment of Commission's share of Debenture Loans matured during the 
Fiscal Year 1957 originally issued for Hvdro and other Provincial 
Purposes $ 1,755,903 45 

Income Account — 

Interest on Unsecured Advances — 

Commission's share of interest paid by the Province for 
the Fiscal Year 1957 on Unsecured Advances made to 
the Hydro and outstanding as at March 31, 1956. .. $ 2,342,902 47 

Interest on Advances secured by bonds — 

In respect of Series "BU" 1,625,000 00 

In respect of Series "BV" 1,430,000 00 

In respect of Series "BZ" 1,592,500 00 

In respect of Series "CA" 1,812,499 76 

In respect of Series "CC" 1,477,500 00 

In respect of Series "CE" 968,526 21 

$ 11,248,928 44 

Banks' Service Commission — 

Commission's share of the service charges paid to various 
Banks by the Province for administering funds pro- 
vided to meet interest and principal maturities — 

Unsecured Advances $ 3,044 54 

Secured Advances 9,871 96* 

12,916 50 

11,261,844 94 

Total Cash Receipts $ 13,017,748 39 

* Applied to eliminate commission and exchange expense. 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 49 

LOANS TO MUNICIPALITIES, ETC. 
As at March 31, 1957 

Co-operative Loans $ 1,592,425 00 

Tile Drainage Debentures (see page 60) 2,423,397 06 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company — Bonds 1,050,000 00 

Municipal Debentures — 

City of Windsor 1,353,832 79 

Town of Blind River 3,000 00 

Byron Telephone Company — Capital Stock 30 00 

Old Age Pensions and Pensions for Blind — Other Provinces 47 87 

Savings Office — Accounts Receivable 1,083 72 

Miscellaneous 100 00 



$ 6,423,916 44 



BUILDINGS, ROADS, ETC. 
As at March 31, 1957 

Highway Capital Expenditure $955,988,248 31 

Less— Capital Expenditure to October 31, 1927, written off. 97,936,189 95 

$858,052,058 36 

Provincial Lands and Buildings 194,709,928 70 

Rural Power Transmission Lines— Bonus 1927-1957 $102,948,373 00 

Less— Capital Expenditure to October 31, 1927, written off. . 1,100,000 00 

101,848,373 00 

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

General Works and Improvements 8,819,871 76 

Niagara Parks Commission — Surplus of Assets (October 31, 1956) 5,478,224 89 

Radium Element for Cancer Control 276,075 48 

$1,200,567,720 03 



CASH ON HAND AND IN BANKS 

As at March 31, 1957 

Cash in Chartered Banks (See Statement No. 3) $ 482,608 74 

Savings Office — Cash on hand and in banks (See page 50) 819,918 68 

Cash (see Balance Sheet— page 6) $1,302,527 42 



TEMPORARY INVESTMENTS 
As at March 31, 1957 

Government of Canada Short Term Securities $ 12,620,000 00 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation Debentures 

(guaranteed by Province of Ontario) 5,592,000 00 






$ 18,212,000 00 



THE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF ONTARIO— INVESTMENT 
As at March 31, 1957 

This asset is recorded at the amount of the Appropriated Surplus as shown by the Balance 
Sheet of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario as at March 31, 1957. It represents the amount 
retained by the Liquor Control Board for financing the following items: 

Accounts Receivable $ 1,254,075 72 

Inventories 17,503,054 39 

Prepaid Charges 96,890 89 

Fixed Assets (less reserves) 36 00 

$ 18,854,057 00 

SIG.— A 



50_ PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 

As at March 31, 1957 

Health — Maintenance of patients, etc % 975,542 59 

Highways — Sales of Materials, Services, etc 295,844 42 

Labour — Apprenticeship Training, etc 82,634 79 

Lands and Forests — Land Tax, etc 447,542 80 

Liquor Control Board 4,108,734 53 

Mines— Mining Leases, etc 245,858 15 

Treasury — Gasoline and Corporations Tax, etc 7,193,104 43 

Various Departments — Miscellaneous 98,169 00 



$ 13,447,430 71 

EQUIPMENT, STORES AND MATERIALS 

As at March 31, 1957 

Agriculture $ 110,435 31 

Health 1,302,688 74 

Highways 4,588,553 98 

Lands and Forests 503, 1 1112 

Planning and Development 21,460 47 

Queen's Printer — Stationery Account (see Statement No. 31) 183,445 06 

Reform Institutions 1,153,430 66 



$ 7,863,125 34 



OTHER LOANS AND ADVANCES 

As at March 31, 1957 

Co-operative Loans $ 130,750 00 

Guaranteed Debentures and Interest Coupons redeemed bv Province — 

Housing % 143,558 30 

Municipalities 22,951 25 

Schools 94,715 23 

261,224 78 

Home Bank (In Liquidation)— Balance. 213,000 00 

Municipal Drainage Debentures — Township of Eastnor 2,760 26 

Promissory Notes Paid — 

Ottawa Separate Schools Commission 53,902 23 

Settlers' Loans 67,981 48 

Mothers' Allowances — Municipalities 1,530 00 

Rural Power Districts — Domestic Loans 1,141 59 



$ 732,290 34 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE 

BALANCE SHEET 

As at March 31, 1957 

ASSETS 

Funds on deposit with Provincial Treasurer $ 78,081,778 00 

Savings Offices — 

Cash on Hand and in Banks $ 819,918 68 

Accounts Receivable 1,083 72 

Furniture and Fixtures (less accumulated depreciation) 1 00 

Alterations to Premises (less amounts written off) 12,792 66 

833,796 06 



$ 78,915,574 06 



LIABILITIES 

Savings Balances due to the Public with accrued interest to March 31, 1957. . . .$ 78,622,290 96 
Reserve 293,283 10 



% 78,915,574 06 



1956-57 



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52 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

SUMMARY OF SINKING FUNDS AND THEIR INVESTMENTS 

As at March 31, 1957 

FUNDS 

Sinking Fund — 

"AM" Issue— Due May 1, 1959 $ 26,102,000 00 

"AN" Issue— Due Dec. 2, 1960 26,723,000 00 

"BQ" Issue— Due Nov. 1, 1957/59 15,000,000 00 

General 118,116,000 00 

$185,941,000 00 



INVESTMENTS 

Par Value 

Securities Issued by the Province (as shown in detail on page 53) $ 70,048,500 00 

Bonds of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario (Guaranteed by the 

Province) 22,750,000 00 

Bonds of The Ontario Northland Transportation Commission (Guaranteed by 

the Province) 3,500,000 00 

Government of Canada Bonds 31,833,250 00 

$128,131,750 00 
Uninvested Funds as at March 31, 1957 57,809,250 00 

$185,941,000 00 



STATEMENT OF CHANGE IN SINKING FUNDS 

Sinking Funds at March 31, 1956 $152,816,000 00 

Provision in fiscal year ended March 31, 1957 40,729,000 00 

$193,545,000 00 

Less: 

Maturing Debenture Debt retired through Sinking Funds (see page U 7) . . . 7,604,000 00 

Sinking Funds at March 31, 1957 $185,941,000 00 



THE AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE ACT— INVESTMENTS 

As at March 31, 1957 

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

Less — Repayments to date 61,363,000 00 

$ 925,000 00 

Farm Loans Act — Farm Loans Associations 36,748 38 

— Capital Stock in Associations 2,145 00 

Municipal Debentures — Village of West Lome 56,350 95 

$ 1,020,244 33 
Interest Receivable (Diie and Accrued) — 

Agricultural Development Board Debentures $ 2,967,556 85 

Less Reserve 2,200,000 00 

767,556 85 

$ 1,787,801 18 





Date o, issue 


Rate 


Amount of 


Redeemed 
Cancelled 


Amount Outstanding 


Total 
Outstanding 


Series 


Nature 


Authority 


DenomUaation. 


.Where Payable 


— 


Ca„ Provision, 


Remark, 




M "" llv 


Held In 

Sinking Funds 


In Hands 
oi Public 




INSTALMENT. SEKU1. OR ANNUITY ISSUES 
1957 May 15 (1957-68) 


May IS. 1928 


% 


30,000.000 


17.068.tH* 


"■ 


,,.09,000 


,2.932.000 


A, 


Annuity 


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

S.O. 1926, Cap. 6, 
S.O. 1928, Cap. 6. 


( 


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


ISMayftNov. 




Neat Maturity 5/I5/S7— 1886.000. 




May 15 (1957-70) 
June 1(1957-71) 


May IS. 19.10 


Hi 


30.000.000 
30.000.000 


,4.436,000 


2.880.000 


."95Z 


,5.564,000 


AS 




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

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

S.O. 1930, Cap. 2 


\Z 




'l 5 "nil Del 




5/15/57— 8937,000 
6/1/57— ,817,000. 








H-2H 


•WW" 


5,000.000 


3.926.000 


2,. 074.000 


25,000,000 


BM 


Serial 


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

S.O. 1946. Cap. 65. 


1.000 


Banks (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl.) 


15 Jan. ft July 


Optional redemption (.it par) of all unmatured 
debentures on January IS. 1967, or sub- 
sequent interest date, on 30 days" notice. 


Annual Maturity 1957-66-1500.000. Interest Rate 
1 " " 1967-76-»2.o6o.0O0. - - 


m. 


Nov. 1 (1957) 


Nov. 1.1927 


4H 


24.00O.0O0 


23,200.000 


,01.000 


699.000 


800,000 


AK 




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

S.O. 1927. Cap. 2. 


1.000 


Bk. Mtl.-H., St. J.. M.. W„ R.. C. 

V„ NY,. L. 


1 May* Nov. 




Neat Maturity 11/1/57— 1800.000. 




15(1958 71) 


J,„ IS 1911 


4K 


30 000.000 


,4.681.000 


2,8S2,000 


12.467.000 


15,319.000 


AR 


Annuity 


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


1,000 




15 Jan. ft July 




' 1/15/58-1816.000. 






Jan. 15. 1947 
Jan. 15. 1937 






7 530 000 


235 OOO 


2 264 000 


2 499 000 


RB 


Serial 


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

S.O. 1945. Cap. 7. (2nd 

S C o!'l946, Cap. 65. 

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


1,000 


Bank ^a,!M MtU ,NS) (R "' 

Banks (Com.) (Ryl.)— M. 


IS Jan. ft July 


Optional redemption (at par) of aU unmatured 

debentures on January IS, 1973. or sub 


{Annual Maturity I958-67—8I.SOO.OOO. Interest Rate 
Next Maturity 1/15/58—8515.000. 


3ft 


Straight Term Issobs 

1959 May 1 . . 




5 


35.000,000 


220,0«> 


-w- 


23.947.000 


*>»* 


AM 


Bonds 


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

S.O. 1928, Cap. 6. 


«■ 


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


1 May. Nov. 




S,.ki„,Fund,p,ov,d.for55perce„,o,is,ue,m. 


urity 






3 


IS, 000,000 


S11.500 


2,498.000 
6.225,500 


12.502.000 


34,488.500 


BQ 




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

S.O. 1948, Cap. 65. 

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

S.O. 1929. Cap. 2. 


1,000; 500 


Banka (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl. 
Bk. Mtl.-H., St. J., M„ W., R„ C. 


1 May & Nov. 

2 June ft Dec. 


(X) Earliest callable date. November I, 1957. 


Sinking Fund to provid. ,0, 68 per cent o, issue at ma 




„«, Dec. 2 


urity. 


1961 Dec. IS 




« 


50.000.000 




4,623.000 


45.377.000 


50,000,000 


BW 




R.S.O. 1950, Cap. 299. 

S.O. 1948. Cap. 65. 


500 and up 


Banks (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl. 
(T.-D.)-St. J. New.. 11.. Char 
St. J.. Q., M„ W.. R„ C, E„ V 


IS June ft Dec. 


(X) Earliest callable date. December 15. 1959 






1,62 Jun.30 


June 30. ,952 


3H 


27.500.000 




1.9,9,000 


25.581,000 


27.500.000 


BX 




R.S.O. 1950. Cap. 299, 

S.O. 1951, Cap. 62. 


500 and up 




30 June Si 31 Dec 


(X) Earliest callable date. June 30. I960. 






196J Dec. 1 


Dec. 1. .956 


at 


,8.000.000 






18,000,000 


,8,000.000 


CH 




S.O. 1953. Cap. 75. 

S.O. 1954. Cap. 30. 


500 and up 




I June 8t Dec. 


(X) Earliest callable date. December 1. 1962. 






.965 Ap, ,5 




3 


40.000.000 




274,000 


39.726,000 


40.000.000 


RA-E 




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


..000 


Banks (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl 


IS Apr. ft Oct. 


(X) Earliest callable date. April 15, 1962. 






1965 Sept. 1 


Sep, ,.,955 


3 


50.000.000 




550.500 


49.449,500 


SO.000.000 


CD 




S.O. 19S2, Cap. 70. 

S.O. 1954. Cap. 30. 


500 and up 


Banks (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl 
(T.D.)— St. J. New,. H.. Char 
St. J.. Q.. M.. W.. R., C. E.. V 


I Mar. & Sept. 


(X) Earliest callable date. September 1. 1963 






■965 NOV. 


Nov. ,.,949 


3 


45.000.000 




238.000 


44.762.000 


45.000,000 


BR 




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

S.O. 1949. Cap. 68. 


1.000 and up 




1 May ft Nov. 


(X) Earliest callable date. November 1, 1963. 






1966 Nov 1 




' 


WW" 




352.000 


24,648,000 


25,000,000 


BQ 




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

S.O. 1948. Cap. 65. 


1,000 


Banks (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl. 
(T.-D.)-M. 


1 May & Nov. 


(X) Earliest callable date. November 1. 1964. 










" 68 '*"■ ' 


Jan. ,. ,9S4 


* 


SO.000.000 




4.446.S00 


45.SS3.500 


50.000.000 


CB 




S.O. I9S2° Cap.' 70. 


500 and up 


Banks (Com.) (MU.) (N.S.) (Ryl. 
(T.-D.)-St. J. New.. H . Char 
St. J., 0.. M.. W., R., C, E-, V. 


1 Jan. ft July 


(X, Earliest callable date. January ,.,966. 






1969 Nov IS 


Nov. 15, ,947 


* 


25.000.000 




1.333.000 


23,67.000 


25.000,000 


BP 




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


1.000 


Banks (ComJ^Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl.) 


IS May & Nov. 


(X) Earliest callable date. November 15, 1965. 
































S.O. 1949. Cap. 68. 




St.' "j., Q.. M„ 'w.JR.'. C„' E, v. 
Vic. 












June 30, ,952 
May 15. 19S6 
































„„ May 15 


4* 


60.000.000 




1.203.500 


58.796,500 


60,000,000 


CG 




S.O. 1954. Cap. 65 and 30. 


500 and up 




IS May 8t Nov. 


(X) Earliest callable date, May IS, 1971. 


















32.000.000 
40.431.000 




CJ 










1 June & Dec. 




















50,000,000 




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

S.O. 1950, Cap, 47. 














Straight Term Issues presently help 
by Crown Agencies, etc.. of the 
Province of Ontario 




























I95B May 1 


May 1. 1933 


*H 








150 000 


150000 


RenXrks 


Bonds 






Treasurer of Ontario 


1 May * Nov. 




Funds of the Ontario Research Foundation 




1962 J 1 


Various. .942/3/5 
Various. 1943-48 




2.000.000 




1450 000 


550.000 
6.450.000 


8.000.000 


TF-C 
TF-E 




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

S.O. 1939. Cap. 32. 

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

S.O. 1940, Cap. 19. 


5.000 and up 




1 Jan * July 












1.550.000 






Uau.ftjuly 




















,0.000.000 
2.000.000 






10,000.000 
2,000,000 


10.000,000 
2.000.000 


TF-D 
TF-F 




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

S.O. 1940. Cap. 19. 

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

S.O. 1941. Cap. 39. 


::::: 














Apr. ,5. 1,44 


3H 










15 April & Oct. 
















Nov. 1. 1942 


4X 


34,900.000 






34.900.000 
31,200.000 


34.900,000 
31,200,000 


TI 
TI 


Stock 


R.S.O. 1950. Cap. 384. 
R.S.O. 1937. Cap. 366. 


See Remarks 




1 May ft Nov. 
1 May St Not. 




Funds of The Teachers' Superannuation Fund 




1982 N v 1 














Nov. 1. 19S2 


<F> 


43.000.000 






43,000,000 


43.000.000 


TI 




R.S.O. 1950, Cap. 384. 






1 May * Nov. 














New York Issues for H.E.P.C. 




































Mar. IS. ,954 


2.6-2.8 


20.000.000 






20,000,000 


20.000,000 


CC 


instalment 


R.S.O. 19S0. Cap. 281 and 299 


1.000 and up 


Agency (Com.) (Mtl.) (N.S.) (Ryl.) 


IS Mar. ft Sept. 


<Y) Earliest callable date. March 15. 1959. 
Premium If called for redemption before final 


(2, Annual Maturity: 1960-64—14.000.000. 










1971 May .5 


May IS. 1951 


3K 


■ww° 






50,000,000 


50.000,000 


BU 


Bond, 


R.S.O. 1950, Cap. 281 and 299. 


1.000 




,SM,yftN0V. 


(V) Earliest callable date. May IS. 1956. 
Premium U called for redemption 5 years or more 


act 












Sept. 1, 1951 
Feb. 1. 19S3 


3H 


50.000.000 
50.000.000 


6.000,000 




44.000,000 


44.000.000 


BV 




R.S.O. 1950. Cap. 281 and 299. 


l-l 




1 Mar. ft Sept. 
1 Feb. ft Aug. 


(Y) Earliest callable date. September 1. 1956. 

^fo^fina? maturity date. ^ Vta ™° 
(Y) Earliest callable date. February 1, 1958. 


Z> 
















49.000.000 


BZ 












1978 Nov 1 


Nov. 1. 1953 


5H 


50.000.000 






50.000.00, 


50,000,000 


CA 




R.S.O. 1950, Cap. 281 and 299. 


1.000 and up 




1 May ft Nov. 


Premium if called for redemption**, years 'or more 
1 before final maturity date. 


z> 












Mar. 15. 1954 


3H 


30.000.000 






«w 


*«*» 


CC 




R.S.O. 1950, Cap. 281 and 299. 


1,000 and up 




15 Mar. ft Sept. 


(Y) Earliest callable date. March 15. l"^ 


Z) 










1981 May 15 


May 15, 1956 
TOTALS 


3J. 


30,000.000 






50.000.000 


50.000.000 


CE 




S.O. I9S4. Cap.'30. 








^nniS^SuSf^wSS^Si 3 ' 196 ^^^* 


z) 












1,290.279.000 


II8.195.S00 


t70.O48.5O0 


1.102.035.000 


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54 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

SPECIAL FUNDS 

As at March 31, 1957 

Assurance Fund — Land Titles Office $ 300,000 00 

Canada Savings Bonds — Employees' Payroll Deductions 4,156 47 

Income Tax — Employees' Payroll Deductions 900 00 

Security Deposits . . 69,600 75 

Collection Agencies — Unclaimed Money 14,165 39 

Defence Training Board (Canada) 13,716 80 

Government of Canada Subsidies- 
Venereal Diseases Control 4,973 04 

Jack Hammell Safety Award — Trust Account 44 24 

Minimum Wage Act — Salary Adjustments Unclaimed 6 15 

Municipal Sinking Funds 227,522 34 

Ontario Food Terminal Board — Sinking Fund Deposits 216,487 67 

Ontario Public Service Retirement Fund (see page 59) 1,026,437 38 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Fund (see page 59) 47,307,011 19 

Ontario Securities Act — Restitution from Brokers 358 88 

Ontario Education Association — Elementary Teachers' Loan Fund 3,655 66 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company — Coupon Account. . . . 3,030 00 

Security Bond Forfeitures — (The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act) 10,500 00 

School Boards Deposits for Capital Expenditures 78,279 10 

Training Schools for Boys — Trust Account 5,289 71 

Training Schools for Girls — Trust Account 846 35 

Unclaimed Dividends 82,409 40 

Unsatisfied Judgment Fund (see page 60) 1,548,563 04 

Vacation-with-Pay Stamps— Sales (Trust Account) 9,371,812 56 

Vacation with Pay — Unclaimed Contributions 170,497 38 

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

In Suspense — 

Sundry 292 62 

Proceeds from matured bonds, etc., held for security with respect to Loans 

to Farm Loan Associations 3,571 20 

Special Appropriation for Roval Winter Fair in Fiscal Year, 1956 — payment 

deferred ' 1,000,000 00 

Trust Fund for injured Constable 19,423 38 



$ 61,483,558 46 

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 

As at March 31, 1957 

Agriculture $ 84,468 63 

Health 3,103 70 

Highways 7,980 33 

Lands and Forests 2,062,335 27 

Public Works 45,587 09 



$ 2,203,475 02 

RESERVES 

As at March 31, 1957 

Specific — 

Bequests — Charitable and Educational $ 234,850 53 

Brophy Estate— Escheated 162,966 94 

Farm Loans 1,458,050 98 

Housing Corporation Limited — Reserve and Capital 927,294 31 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation — 

Reserve for Mortgage Loans 315,960 74 

Northern Ontario Fire Relief Fund 13,552 05 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation — General Reserve 388,273 23 

Outstanding Cheques 128,621 42 

Province of Ontario Savings Office 293,283 10 

For Expanding Housing Operations 1,000,000 00 

Sundry reserves for debentures and coupons — matured and unclaimed 5,915 00 

$ 4,928,768 30 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 5J> 

HOUSING CORPORATION LIMITED 

Balance Sheet 

As at March 31, 1957 

ASSETS 

Cash in Bank and in Transit $ 37,026 88 

Mortgage Interest — Receivable 5,901 01 

Mortgage Loans — Principal 6,291,011 11 



$ 6,333,939 00 



LIABILITIES 

Accrued Bank Charges . $ 2,274 74 

Bank Loans — Guaranteed by Province of Ontario — 
Secured by promissory notes maturing: 

April 17, 1957—4 % $ 200,000 00 

June 14, 1957— 4M% 5,200,000 00 

• 5,400,000 00 



Mortgage Instalments — Principal and Interest paid in advance 4,369 95 

Reserve for Mortgage Loans — Principal and Interest 927,284 31 

Capital Stock — 

Authorized: 10 shares of no par value 

Issued: 10 shares of no par value 10 00 



% 6,333,939 00 

C. S. WALTERS, C.P.A., == — 

Director. 
R. J. CUDNEY/Q.C, 
Director. 

AUDITOR'S REPORT TO THE SHAREHOLDERS 

I have audited the books and records of the Housing Corporation Limited, for the year 
ended March 31, 1957, and have received all the information and explanations I have required. 

I report that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet and related Statements of Revenue 
and Expenditure, and Surplus, present fairly the financial position of the Corporation at March 31, 
1957, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, according to the best of my informa- 
tion and the explanations given to me, and as shown by the books of the Corporation. 

H. A. COTNAM, F.C.A., 
Toronto, June 26, 1957. Provincial Auditor. 

HOUSING CORPORATION LIMITED 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
For the Year ended March 31, 1957 

Revenue — 

Mortgage Interest Earned $ 236,231 70 

Expenditure — 

Interest on Bank Loans $ 211,493 14 

Interest on Bank Overdraft 708 19 

Bank Commission Charges 14,279 25 



$ 226,480 58 
Loss on Sale of Property 926 80 



227,407 38 



Excess of Revenue over Expenditure $ 8,824 32 



Note: The cost of the administration of the Housing Corporation Limited has been paid by the 
Province of Ontario under the authority of The Housing Development Act. 

Statement of Surplus 
For the Year ended March 31, 1957 

Balance March 31, 1956 Nil 

Excess of Revenue over Expenditure for the year ended March 31, 1957 $ 8,824 32 

Less: Appropriated to Reserve for Mortgage Loans 

—Principal and Interest 8,824 32 



Balance, March 31, 1957 Nil 



56 ' PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

THE ONTARIO MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION 

Incorporated without share capital under 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation Act 

Balance Sheet 

As at March 31, 1957 

ASSETS 

Investments — Debentures of Ontario Municipalities and School 

Boards — 

Par Value $ 13,825,097 89 

Less: Discount on Debentures Purchased 90,938 55 

$ 13,734,159 34 

Accrued Interest Receivable 238,377 33 

$ 13,972,536 67 

LIABILITIES ~~ 

Bank Overdraft — Guaranteed by Province of Ontario $ 689,368 55 

Debentures — Guaranteed by Province of Ontario — 

Maturing— April 1, 1957-58, 4 % $ 2,000,000 00 

April 1, 1959-63, 4^% 3,550,000 00 

April 1, 1964-69, 4^% 6,000,000 00 

April 1, 1973, \y 2 % 1,000,000 00 

$ 12,550,000 00 
Premium on Debentures 73,452 94 

12,623,452 94 

Accrued Interest on Debentures 271,441 95 

$ 13,584,263 44 
General Reserve 388,273 23 

% 13,972,536 67 
C, S. WALTERS, C.P.A., . 

Chairman. 
HUGH E. BROWN, F.C.A., 

Vice-Chairman. 

AUDITOR'S REPORT TO THE DIRECTORS 
I have audited the books and records of The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 
for the year ended March 31, 1957, and have received all the information and explanations I have 
required. 

I report that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet and related Statements of Revenue 
and Expenditure, and Surplus, present fairly the financial position of the Corporation at March 31, 
1957, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, according to the best of my in- 
formation and the explanations given to me, and as shown by the books of the Corporation. 

H. A. COTNAM, F.C.A., 
Toronto, June 26, 1957. Provincial Auditor. 

THE ONTARIO MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the year 

ended March 31, 1957 

Revenue — 

Interest earned on Investments $ 528,441 48 

Interest earned on Bank Balances 49,159 08 

$ 577,600 56 

Expenditure — 

Interest on Bank Overdraft % 6,364 34 

Interest on Debentures Issued 542,152 54 

548,516 88 

Excess of Revenue over Expenditure $ 29,083 68 

Note: The cost of administration has been paid by the Province of Ontario under authority 
of The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation Act. 

Statement of Surplus 
For the year ended March 31, 1957 

Balance March 31, 1956 Nil 

Excess of Revenue over Expenditure $ 29,083 68 

Less: Appropriated to General Reserve 29,083 68 

Balance, March 31, 1957 Nil 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 57 



THE ONTARIO JUNIOR FARMER ESTABLISHMENT LOAN CORPORATION 

Incorporated without share capital under 
The Junior Farmer Establishment Act, 1952 



Balance Sheet 
As at March 31, 1957 

ASSETS 
Mortgage Loans — 

Interest due and accrued $ 263,134 87 

Principal 12,208,102 64 

— $ 12,471,237 51 

Deferred charge— Discount on Debentures unamortized 573,565 72 

$ 13,044,803 23 



LIABILITIES 

Bank Overdraft— Guaranteed by Province of Ontario $ 164,480 28 

Bank Loans — Guaranted by Province of Ontario — 
Secured by Promissory Notes maturing — 

April 5, 1957 4 % $ 200,000 00 

April 29, 1957 4 % 200,000 00 

May 21, 1957 4^% 700,000 00 

June 17, 1957 4^% 100,000 00 

July 2, 1957 4^% 100,000 00 

1,300,000 00 

Accrued Interest on Debentures 246,140 1 1 

Deferred Credit — Mortgage Interest received in advance 5,491 50 

Insurance Loss Account 10,997 75 

Funds held re sale of farm property under Sale Proceedings 1,732 85 

Debentures — Guaranteed by Province of Ontario, maturing October 1, 1976, 

A}/ 2 % 11,000,000 00 

$ 12,728,842 49 
Reserve for Mortgage Loans — Principal and Interest 

Balance, March 31, 1956 $ 282,879 77 

Transferred from Surplus Account 33,080 97 

Balance, March 31, 1957 315,960 74 

$ 13,044,803 23 
J. C. STECKLEY, — 

Chairman. 
C. S. WALTERS, C.P.A., 

Vice-Chairman. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT TO THE DIRECTORS 

I have audited the books and records of The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan 
Corporation for the year ended March 31, 1957, and have received all the information and ex- 
planations I have required. 

I report that, in my opinion, the above Balance Sheet and related Statements of Revenue 
and Expenditure, and Surplus, present fairly the financial position of the Corporation at March 31, 
1957, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, according to the best of my informa- 
tion and the explanations given to me, and as shown by the books of the Corporation. 

H. A. COTNAM, F.C.A., 
Toronto, July 15, 1957. Provincial Auditor. 



58 [ PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

THE ONTARIO JUNIOR FARMER ESTABLISHMENT LOAN CORPORATION 
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure for the year ended March 31, 1957 



Revenue — 

Mortgage Interest Earned $ 430,380 10 

Legal Fees 9,910 85 

Inspection Fees 8,780 00 

Bank Exchange 19 41 

$ 449,090 36 

Expenditure — 

Interest on Bank Overdraft $ 5,131 63 

Interest on Bank Loans 217,618 53 

Interest on Debentures 183,756 55 

Amortization charge for Discount on Debentures 9,434 28 

Interest on funds held re sale of farm property under Sale 

Proceedings 68 40 

416,009 39 

Excess of Revenue over Expenditure $ 33,080 97 

Note: The cost of administration has been paid by the Province of Ontario under authority 
of The Junior Farmer Establishment Act, 1952. 



Statement of Surplus 
For the year ended March 31, 1957 

Balance, March 31, 1956 Nil 

Excess of Revenue over Expenditure $ 33,080 97 

Less: Appropriated to Reserve for Mortgage Loans — 

Principal and Interest 33,080 97 

Balance, March 31, 1957 Nil 



1956-57 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 59 

PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND 

The Public Service Act, Part II 
For Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1957 

Balance at credit of Fund, March 31, 1956 $ 40,213,776 16 

Receipts — 

Contributions — 

Employees (Sees. 13 and 46) $ 3,499,025 85 

Province (Sec. 15) % 3,119,041 36 

Boards and Commissions (Sec. 15): 
Liquor Control Board and Liquor 

Licence Board 303,065 97 

Niagara Parks Commission 25,715 55 

Teachers' Superannuation 

Commission 2,646 61 

Alcoholism Research Foundation . . 2,280 28 

Designated Branches (Sec. 15): 

Province of Ontario Savings Office . 22,630 49 

Public Trustee 16,174 87 

Official Guardian 3,458 94 

Commissioner of Agricultural Loans 3,157 48 

Accountant, Supreme Court of 

Ontario 854 30 

3,499,025 85 



Province (Sec. 32a) 1,822 36 



$ 6,999,874 06 
Contributions and Transfers not requiring equivalent 

contribution by the Province 389,110 35 

Special contribution by the Province 1,000,000 00 



$ 8,388,984 41 
Earnings — 

Interest on balance at Credit of Fund as at March 31, 
1956— 
$40,213,776.16 for 1 year at 5% (Sec. 16) 2,010,688 81 



Total receipts for year ended March 31, 1957 % 10,399,673 22 

Payments — (See page P 10) 

Allowances to Superannuates, Beneficiaries, etc.$2,483,839 85 

Refunds — Contributions and Interest 755,844 76 

Transferred to other Superannuation Funds. . . . 66,753 58 

3,306,438 19 

7,093,235 03 



Balance at credit of Fund, March 31, 1957 (See page 54) $ 47,307,011 19 



PUBLIC SERVICE RETIREMENT FUND 

The Public Service Act, Part III 
For Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1957 

Balance at credit of Fund, March 31, 1956 $ 797,663 63 

Receipts — 

Contributions— Employees (Sec. 44) $ 898,938 29 

Earnings — 

Interest on balance at credit of Fund as at March 31, 
1956— 

$797,663.63 for 1 year at 3% (Sec. 42) 23,929 91 



$ 922,868 20 
Payments— (See page P 10) 

Refunds— Contributions and Interest (Sec. 47)$ 198,576 03 
Transfer of Contributions to the Public Service 

Superannuation Fund (Sec. 46) 495,518 42 



694,094 45 



228,773 75 



Balance at credit of Fund, March 31, 1957 (see page 54) $ 1,026,437 38 



60 



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No. 1 



THE UNSATISFIED JUDGMENT FUND 

R.S.O. 1950, Chap. 167, Part XIV 
For the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1957 

Balance at credit of Fund, March 31, 1956 $ 1,204,440 87 

Receipts — 

Fees on issue or renewal of Chauffeurs' or Operators' Licenses. $ 2,059,205 00 

Recoveries of Judgments 142,464 20 

2,201,669 20 



$ 3,406,110 07 
Disbursements — 

Judgments paid including costs (see page F 58) 1,857,547 03 



Balance at credit of Fund, March 31, 1957 $ 1,548,563 04 



LOANS TO MUNICIPALITIES 

As at March 31, 1957 

The Tile Drainage Act 

(R.S.O. 1950, Chap. 392, Sec. 9) 

$ c. $ c. 

Aldborough 16,918 19 Gosfield South. . . 18,765 15 

Amaranth 5,225 19 Grantham 52,613 78 

Anderdon 45,019 14 Grey 8,346 13 

Arran 2,382 90 Grimsby North. . 2,814 11 

Arthur 680 34 Gwillimbury 

Bosanquet 29,852 00 North 4,949 80 

Brooke 41,414 33 Harwich 135,311 37 

Camden 46,363 04 Horton 2,309 74 

Canborough 1,137 29 Howard 100,479 75 

Chatham 165,593 01 Huron 12,254 78 

Chinguacousy . . . 5,000 00 Kenyon 2,886 00 

Clinton 34,500 50 Kincardine 2,577 12 

Colborne 1,136 16 Lancaster 3,595 05 

Colchester North. 20,963 76 Logan 8,886 72 

Colchester South. 25,687 15 Louth 102,608 19 

Collingwood 3,100 00 Maidstone 62,172 90 

Dawn 26,276 79 Maiden 18,976 88 

Derby 4,655 09 March 429 52 

Dover 66,625 47 McNab 2,960 00 

Dunwich 25,012 15 Mersea 139,549 35 

Ekfrid 6,540 57 Metcalfe 2,100 00 

Elderslie 13,992 75 Minto 3,724 67 

Eldon 4,362 10 Moore 26,886 96 

Elizabeth town. . . 3,325 03 Mornington 5,200 00 

Elma 46,112 65 Mosa 1,200 00 

Enniskillen 72,658 23 Nelson 6,277 30 

Esquesing 5,374 26 Nepean 11,556 07 

Euphemia 1,110 00 Niagara 99,990 74 

Fitzroy 4,405 57 Nichol 3,000 00 

West Orford 14,504 08 

Flamborough. 3,700 00 Oxford East 2,344 28 

South Oxford-on-Rideau 641 69 

Fredericksburg. 4,717 45 Pakenham 4,949 64 

West Garafraxa. . 3,985 65 Peel 2,189 80 

Gosfield North. . . 28,154 45 Pelee 16,893 40 

HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT 

The Highway Improvement Act, 1957 
For Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1957 

Balance at credit of Account, March 31, 1956 $ 38,127,300 18 

Receipts — 

Amount voted by Legislature (see page F 51) 57,500,000 00 



Pelham 

Plympton 

Raleigh 

Ramsay 

Rochester 

Romney 

Ross 

St. Vincent 

Saltfleet 

Sandwich South. 
Sandwich West . 

Sarnia 

Sombra 

Southwold 

Sullivan 

Tilbury East . . . 
Tilbury North . . 
Tilbury West. . . 

Townsend 

Trafalgar 

Wallace 

South 

Walsingham . . 

Warwick 

Waterloo 

Wawanosh East. 

Wellesley 

Westmeath 

Wilmot 

Woolwich 

Zone 

Zorra West 



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2,394 40 

87,526 80 

164,327 22 

1,510 21 

26,143 39 

47,562 36 

2,826 44 

1,000 00, 

6,781 50 

25,610 56 

1,898 18 

10,982 96 

77,703 96 

6,674 88 

2,592 00 

117,910 09 

65,770 20 

28,512 30 

2,890 59 

4,682 11 

916 70 

4,863 20 

57,467 35 

1,992 24 

2,470 13 

5,300 00 

9,295 00 

112 15 

585 16 

4,058 80 

1.110 00 



Total $2,423,397 06 



$ 95,627,300 18 
Disbursements — 

King's Highways and Development Roads (see page F 58) 58,127,300 18 



Balance at credit of Account, March 31, 1957 $ 37,500,000 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



65 



Statement showing the remuneration paid to Officials in the Parliament Buildings 
who received pay from more than one source during the Fiscal Year 1956-57. 



Name 


I 

Page 


Amount 


Total 


Department of Attorney-General: 

Alcombrack, W. C 


B 10 
P 9 

B 10 
P 9 

B 10 
P 9 

U 14 

B 10 
B 21 

B 10 
P 9 
P 9 

B 10 
P 9 
P 9 

B 10 
P 9 
P 9 

D 26 

D 28 

D 18 
D 18 

D 17 
D 28 

D 17 
D 28 

D 17 
D 28 

E 10 
P 6 

E 10 
C 3 

G 3 
P 6 

G 3 
P 6 

K 5 
B 21 


$ c. 

7,639 92 
2,500 00 


$ c. 
10,139 92 




Johnson, V. J 


5,424 96 
800 00 


6,224 96 




MacTavish, L. R 


11,610 00 
1,000 00 
1,999 92 




n n 


14,609 92 




Marriott, A. S 


11,324 94 
210 00 




» » 


11 534 94 






McCleary, D. H 


3,799 98 
300 00 
150 00 








v n 


4,249 98 




Stewart, D. M 


2,779 98 
100 00 
400 00 




» » 


3,279 98 




Taylor, A. M 


2,979 96 
100 00 
150 00 




» n 




n ii 


3,229 96 




Department of Education: 

Fenwick, G. R 


8,109 96 
106 00 




n n 


8,215 96 




Kerr, H. H 


9,159 96 
799 98 




r> n 


9,959 94 




Lemieux, H 


8,959 92 
458 33 






9,418 25 




Stewart, W. R 


9,159 92 
1,270 49 




n » 


10,430 41 




Wallace, R. H 


8,959 92 
1,608 33 




» n 


10,568 25 




Department of Health: 

Marr, W. B 


4,499 94 
705 00 




» » 


5 ?04 94 






Tattle, G. S 


12,049 98 
2,500 00 




» n 


14,549 98 




Department of Insurance: 
Spencer, F. W. . 


4,759 92 
1,200 00 




» » 


5 959 92 






Stainton, I. E 


3,079 92 
399 96 


3,479 88 




Department of Mines: 

Rickaby, H. C 

n n 


13,499 94 
210 00 


13,709 94 





SIC— 8 



66 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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 1956-57 — Continued 



Name 


Page 


Amount 


Total 


Office of Prime Minister: 

Collins, D. J 


N 3 
P 9 
P 9 

N 3 
P 7 

P 6 

N 3 
S 10 

P 9 
P 10 
P 10 

P 6 
P 7 

P 9 
P 10 

U 10 
U 10 


$ c. 

6,949 98 

1,500 00 

250 00 


$ c 


» » 


8,699 98 




Stewart, H. A 


7,799 94 
500 00 


8,299 94 






Department of Provincial Secretary: 

Cozens, J 


3,579 96 

35 00 
239 00 




V » 




V » 


3,853 96 






Foster, C. J 


12,249 94 
250 00 
400 00 




n » 




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12,899 94 






Geary, B. H 


3,449 94 
400 00 


3,849 94 






Stephen, J. S 


6,949 96 
250 00 




r » 


7,199 96 






Treasury Department: 

Risewick, W. J 


9,360 00 
2,000 00 




r> n 


11,360 00 













EXPENDITURE BY DEPARTMENTS 



NOTE 

The expenditure statements by departments for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1957, are shown in detail with the exception 
of the following items which have been summarized: Cost of 
living bonus payments to employees; Salary payments of less 
than $4,500 to employees; Accounts for merchandise and services 
under $2,000; Travelling expense payments under $800. 



PART A 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

FISCAL YEAR, 1956-57 



TABLE OF CONTENTS page 

Main Office 11 

Branches: 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch 12 

Co-operation and Markets Branch 16 

Dairy Branch 16 

Extension Branch 18 

Farm Economics Branch 23 

Farm Labour Service Branch 23 

Field Crops Branch 24 

Fruit Branch 24 

Live Stock Branch 25 

Statistics and Publications Branch 26 

Demonstration Farm, New Liskeard 27 

Horticultural Experiment Station, Yineland 27 

Kemptville Agricultural School 28 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph 29 

Macdonald Institute, Guelph 32 

Ontario Veterinary College, Guelph 32 

Western Ontario Agricultural School and Experimental Farm, Ridgetown 33 

Statutory 34 

Summary 10 



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36,724 68 

2,930 77 

1,275 37 

200,798 27 

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38,085 55 
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47,128 26 


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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Hon. W. A. Goodfellow, Minister (Statutory, see pages A 34, L 7) 
Hon. Fletcher S. Thomas, Minister (Statutory, see page A 34) 

MAIN OFFICE 
Salaries ($106,784.09) 

C. D. Graham Deputy Minister 14,499 96 

J. Allan, 6,124.98; F. M. Baker, 6,459.96; J. A. Carroll, 8,059.92; C. W. Caskey, 

7,049.94; J. A. Garner, 2,537.49; G. N. Ruhnke, 7,899.96; Other salaries, 

54,151.88 106,784 09 

Travelling Expenses ($2,492.89) 

Hon. W. A. Goodfellow, 625.40; Hon. F. S. Thomas, 400.00; Accounts under 

$800, 1,467.49 2,492 89 

Maintenance ($4,096.79) 

Accounts under $2,000 4,096 79 

Services and Expenses in Connection with Agricultural Work, etc. ($124,986.38) 

Expenses: 

Accounts under $800 7,482 27 

Advertising: 

Accounts under $2,000 2,645 77 

Grants and Prizes: 

College Royal, 100.00; Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario, 6,000.00; 
Kemptville Agricultural School Royal Show, 100.00; Ontario Agricultural College, 
30.00; Tenth International Congress of Entomology, 3,000.00; Western Ontario 
Agricultural School Review, 100.00 9,330 00 

Miscellaneous: 

H. E. Harris, 3,123.11; Queen's Printer, 87,197.41; Royal York Hotel, 4,073.60; 

Accounts under $2,000, 11,134.22 105,528 34 

Administration and Enforcement of The Plant Diseases Act, 1954 ($220.00) 
Counties:— Wentworth 220 00 

Inspection of Apiaries ($21,284.94) 

Services and Expenses: 

Sundry Inspectors, services, 11,168.75; expenses, 8,126.10 19,294 85 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $2,000 1,990 09 

Removal Expenses of Officials in the Public Service ($3,129.70) 

Accounts under $2,000 3,129 70 

Grants ($46,500.00) 

Ontario Agricultural Council 500 00 

Ontario Farm Radio Forum 3,000 00 

Ontario Food Council 2,000 00 

Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals 1,000 00 

Royal Winter Fair for Prizes 40,000 00 

Workmen's Compensation Board — Awards and Costs ($7,732.60) 
Workmen's Compensation Board 7,732 60 



A 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Continued 
Cost of Living Bonus ($94,788.20) 

Sundry Employees 94,814 70 

Less: Government of Canada Repayment re Farm Labour Service 

Branch ' 26 50 

94,788 20 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($3,922.82) 

Postmaster, stamps purchased, 4,829.39; Less refund of Employees' contribution, 

906.57 3,922 82 

Loans in Accordance with The Co-operative Loans Act ($582,064.00) 

Allied Fruit Farms Ltd., 31,800.00; Beaver Valley Growers Co-operative, 14,000.00; 
Chatham Farmers' Co-operative Ltd., 50,000.00; Co-operative Regionale de 
Nipissing-Sudburv, 40,000.00; Durham Growers Co-operative Storage Ltd., 
49,900.00; The Georgian Bay Fruit Growers Ltd., 20,000.00; Grey-Bruce Con- 
sumers Co-operative Association, 15,000.00; Harrow Potato Growers' Co-opera- 
tive, 32,000.00; Inwood Farmers Co-operative Elevator Co., Ltd., 50,000.00; 
Klondyke Gardens Co-operative Ltd., 9,100.00; La Co-operative Agricole 
D'Earlton, 13,000.00; Lynden Co-operative, 10,000.00; Manitoulin Turkey 
Co-operative Ltd., 35,000.00^ Norfolk Co-operative Co., Ltd., 100,000.00; 
Orford Farmers' Co-operative Co., Ltd., 40,000.00; Parkhill District Co-operative, 
10,000.00; Stormont Cold Storage Co-operative, 48,064.00; Temiskaming Pro- 
ducers Co-operative, 14,200.00 582,064 00 

Provision for Revolving Fund for 
The Ontario Telephone Development Corporation ($250,000.00) 

The Ontario Telephone Development Corporation 250,000 00 

Main Office $1,248,002 41 



AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETIES BRANCH 
Salaries ($30,444.59) 

J. F. Clark, 5,749.92; F. A. Lashley, 7,599.96; A. J. McTaggart, 5,349.96; Other 

salaries, 1 1 ,744.75 30,444 59 

Travelling Expenses ($4,983.39) 

J. F. Clark, 1,070.87; F. A. Lashley, 1,863.15; A, J. McTaggart, 1,775.87; 

Accounts under $800, 273.50 4,983 39 

Maintenance ($4,342.61) 

Queen's Printer, 3,613.96; Accounts under $2,000, 728.65 4,342 61 

Judges' Services, Travelling and Other Expenses ($5,621.71) 

Sundry Judges, services, 2,024.00; expenses, 3,597.71 5,621 71 

Agricultural and Horticultural Meetings at the Direction of the Department, 
Investigations and Unforeseen Expenditures ($4,934.08) 

Sundry Persons, expenses 4,934 08 

Field Crop Competitions, Grants and Miscellaneous Expenses, including 
Transportation and Other Expenses of Exhibits at Exhibitions ($20,841.08) 

Prizes — Sundry Persons 19,645 50 

Sundry Persons, services, 486.00; expenses, 709.58 1,195 58 






1956-57 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 13 



Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch — Continued 

Grants to Agricultural Societies ($463,945.52) 

Grants under Section 24, Subsection 1 (a) to (d), inclusive, The Agricultural Societies 
Act: 
Sundry Societies in: Algoma, 1,202.00; Brant, 2,422.00; Bruce, 6,394.00; Carleton, 
3,000.00; Cochrane, 1,322.00; Dufferin, 1,853.00; Dundas, 1,292.00; Durham, 
2,458.00; Elgin, 3,024.00; Essex, 1,926.00; Frontenac, 1,195.00; Glengarry, 
1,623.00; Grenville, 918.00; Grey, 5,541.00; Haldimand, 1,000.00; Haliburton, 
374.00; Halton, 2,544.00; Hastings, 3,777.00; Huron, 5,728.00; Kenora, 
1,028.00; Kent, 2,654.00; Lambton, 4,456.00; Lanark, 2,404.00; Leeds, 
1,340.00; Lennox and Addington, 2,196.00; Lincoln, 1,470.00; Manitoulin, 
1,344.00; Middlesex, 4,242.00; Muskoka, 2,204.00; Nipissing, 391.00; 
Norfolk, 1,328.00; Northumberland, 2,357.00; Ontario, 3,488.00; Oxford, 
4,990.00; Parry Sound, 6,100.00; Peel, 1,835.00; Perth, 4,553.00; Peter- 
borough, 3,988.00; Prescott, 1,011.00; Prince Edward, 1,096.00; Rainy River, 
1,441.00; Renfrew, 3,057.00; Russell, 1,420.00; Simcoe, 7,280.00; Stormont, 
938.00; Sudbury, 561.00; Thunder Bay, 2,367.00; Timiskaming, 2,039.00; 
Victoria, 1,992.00; Waterloo, 3,311.00; Welland, 1,000.00; Wellington, 
5,189.00; Wentworth, 3,209.00; York, 4,637.00 140,509 00 

Grants to Indemnify Societies suffering from Rainy Weather or Fire, to be paid in 
accordance with Section 24, subsections 2 and 3, The Agricultural Societies Act : 
Sundry Societies in: Bruce, 94.00; Dufferin, 370.00; Durham, 500.00; Essex, 
500.00; Grey, 901.00; Hastings, 490.00; Huron, 772.00; Kent, 500.00; Lambton, 
449.00; Nipissing, 62.00; Northumberland, 273.00; Ontario, 500.00; Parry 
Sound, 388.20; Perth, 1,078.00; Renfrew, 955.00; Simcoe, 686.00; Victoria, 
500.00; Waterloo, 500.00; Wellington, 772.00 10,290 20 

Special Grants under Section 25, The Agricultural Societies Act: 

Canadian National Exhibition, 2,500.00; Central Canada Exhibition, 2,500.00; 

Western Fair Association, 2,500.00 7,500 00 



Grants to Agricultural Societies — Commercial Production Features: 

Sundry Societies in: Algoma, 20.50; Brant, 239.56; Bruce, 678.52; Carleton, 
400.00; Cochrane, 33.50; Dufferin, 38.75; Elgin, 164.85; Essex, 510.00; 
Glengarry, 328.50; Grey, 654.40; Haldimand, 257.75; Halton, 375.75; Hastings, 
325.10; Huron, 696.50; Kenora, 137.62; Kent, 245.00; Lambton, 124.98; 
Lanark, 82.50; Leeds, 99.85; Lennox and Addington, 656.48; Lincoln, 214.62; 
Manitoulin, 141.25; Middlesex, 336.75; Muskoka, 38.10; Norfolk, 154.50; 
Northumberland, 209.50; Ontario, 91.00; Oxford, 276.00; Parry Sound, 
376.65; Perth, 486.50; Peterborough, 318.44; Prescott, 67.50; Prince Edward, 
173.00; Renfrew, 338.00; Russell, 69.00; Simcoe, 635.07; Stormont, 57.00; 
Thunder Bay, 172.88; Timiskaming, 109.00; Waterloo, 101.90; Welland, 
115.00; Wellington, 160.00; Wentworth, 217.25; York, 1,321.30 12,250 32 



Special Grants to 100- Year-Old Agricultural Societies: 
Sundry Societies 



12,000 00 



Grants to Agricultural Societies notwithstanding Provisions of 
Societies Act: 



The Agricultural 



Sundry Societies. 



500 00 



Grants to Agricultural Societies and Other Exhibition Associations for Capital 
Improvement: 
Agricultural Societies: — Addington, 72.00; Aldborough, 1,803.00; Ancaster 
5,789.00; Apsley, 23.00; Armour, Ryerson and Burk's Falls, 124.00; Arran 
Tara, 306.00; Arthur, 101.00; Atwood, 91.00; Aylmer and East Elgin, 347.00 
Barrie, 365.00; Bayfield, 50.00; Beeton, 95.00; Belleville, 1,081.00; Binbrook 
48.00; Bonfield, 92.00; Caledon, 197.00; Caledonia, 900.00; Carleton, 390.00 
Carp, 874.00; Charlton, 26.00; Chesley, 81.00; Chesterville and District 
142.00; Cobden, 616.00; Cochrane, 230.00; Colchester South, 1,201.00 
Collingwood Township, 122.00; Comber, 426.00; Cookstown, 9,247.00 
Cumberland Township, 266.00; Dalhousie, 8.00; Delta, 74.00; Dresden, 900.00 
Drumbo, 70.00; Dryden District, 79.00; Dufferin, 225.00; Dunchurch, 37.00 
Dundalk, 916.00; Dungannon, 279.00; Durham, 131.00; Durham Central 
11.00; East Luther, 73.00; Eastnor, 47.00; Elmira and Woolwich, 324.00 
Englehart and District, 375.00; Erin, 605.00; Exeter, 9.00; Florence, 308.00 
Flos, 1,980.00; Forest, 432.00; Halton, 2,541.00; Holland, 58.00; Kenyon, 



A 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch — Continued 

Grants to Agricultural Societies and Other Exhibition Associations for Capital 
Improvement — Continued 

900.00; Kincardine, 63.00; Kingston Industrial, 15,235.00; Kirkton, 42.00; 
Lakefield, 50.00 ; Lansdowne, 1 ,02 1 .00 ; Leamington , 4,350.00 ; Lennox, 1 ,229.00 ; 
Lincoln, 492.00; Listowel, 77.00; Lombardy, 547.00; London Township, 337.00; 
Maberly, 21.00; Madoc, 244.00; Manitoulin Island, 149.00; Manitowaning, 
904.00; Mariposa, 46.00; Markham and East York, 14,590.00; Marmora, 
159.00; Massey, 21.00; McKellar, 170.00; Meaford and St. Vincent, 500.00; 
Merrickville, 63.00; Metcalfe, 2,957.00; Millbrook, 14.00; Minden, 99.00; 
Mitchell, 75.00; Mohawk, 86.00; Moore, 140.00; Moravian, 56.00; Morning- 
ton, 414.00; Morrison, 74.00; Mosa and Ekfrid, 144.00; Mountain, 25.00; 
New Liskeard, 846.00; Norfolk, 8,270.00; Normanby, 58.00; North Lanark, 
367.00; North Norwich, 178.00; North Ontario, 184.00; North Renfrew, 
251.00; North Wentworth, 395.00; Nottawasaga and Great Northern, 527.00; 
Ohsweken, 2,668.00; Oliver, 424.00; Orford, 24.00; Orillia, 145.00; Oro, 
85.00; Owen Sound, 3,028.00; Paisley, 51.00; Palmerston, 82.00; Parham, 
46.00; Paris, 650.00; Parkhill, 55.00; Peel, 229.00; Peel, Maryboro and Dray- 
ton, 11.00; Percy, 262.00; Perry, 1,350.00; Peterborough East, 126.00; Peter- 
borough Industrial, 51,190.00; Petrolia and Enniskillen, 71.00; Plympton and 
Wyoming, 169.00; Porquis Junction, 51.00; Port Hope, 426.00; Port Perry, 
Reach and Scugog, 224.00; Powassan, 108.00; Prince Edward, 8,096.00; 
Providence Bay, 59.00; Rainy River Valley, 450.00; Raleigh and Tilbury 
East, 60.00; Rama, 62.00; Richmond, 55.00; Ridgetown, 1,453.00; Roseneath, 
74.00; Rosseau, 62.00; St. Lawrence Valley, 236.00; St. Marys, 16.00; Schom- 
berg, 1,008.00; Seaforth, 258.00; Seymour, 230.00; Shannonville, 143.00; 
South Brant, 926.00; South Lanark, 212.00; South Muskoka, 125.00; South 
Ontario, 255.00; South Renfrew, 293.00; South Victoria, 1,425.00; South 
Waterloo, 750.00; Southwold and Dunwich, 481.00; Spencerville, 740.00; 
Stirling, 32.00; Stisted, 10.00; Stormont, 147.00; Stratford, 167.00; Strathroy, 
900.00; Sutton, 243.00; Teeswater, 2,600.00; Thessalon, 19.00; Thorndale, 
94.00; Tiny and Tay, 296.00; Tiverton, 289.00; Tweed, 80.00; Upsala, 101.00; 
Verulam, 395.00; Walkerton, 84.00; Welland, 2,255.00; Wellington, 1,232.00; 
West Elgin, 180.00; West Zorra and Embro, 46.00; Whitefish Valley, 218.00; 
Wiarton, 401.00; Wilmot, 61.00; Wollaston, 106.00; Woodbridge, 50.00; 
Woodstock, 755.00 180,662 






00 



Exhibitions: — Canadian Lakehead Exhibition, 10,635.00; Canadian National 
Exhibition, 34,993.00; Central Canada Exhibition, 18,106.00; Ottawa Winter 
Fair, 15,000.00; Western Fair Association, 21,500.00 100,234 00 



Grants under The Horticultural Societies Act ($24,903.00) 

Sundry Societies in:— Algoma, 600.00; Brant, 341.00; Bruce, 595.00; Carleton, 620.00 
Cochrane, 797.00; Durham, 114.00; Elgin, 243.00; Essex, 441.00; Frontenac 
207.00; Glengarry, 62.00; Grenville, 39.00; Grey, 267.00; Haldimand, 154.00 
Halton, 460.00; Hastings, 29.00; Huron, 443.00; Kenora, 99.00; Kent, 1,377.00 
Lambton, 1,096.00; Lanark, 93.00; Leeds, 153.00; Lennox and Addington 
54.00; Lincoln, 135.00; Manitoulin, 333.00; Middlesex, 470.00; Muskoka, 346.00 
Norfolk, 219.00; Northumberland, 131.00; Ontario, 404.00; Oxford, 459.00 
Parry Sound, 17.00; Peel, 203.00; Perth, 349.00; Peterborough, 477.00; Prescott 
80.00; Prince Edward, 33.00; Rainy River, 99.00; Renfrew, 546.00; Russell 
139.00; Simcoe, 1,501.00; Stormont, 40.00; Sudbury, 468.00; Thunder Bay 
446.00; Timiskaming, 373.00; Victoria, 346.00; Waterloo, 1,920.00; Welland 
1,218.00; Wellington, 1,430.00; Wentworth, 603.00; York, 3,834.00 



24,903 00 



Plowing Matches ($11,635.62) 



Special Prizes, International Plowing Match: 
Ontario Plowmen's Association 



To encourage Local Plowing Matches: 

Services and Expenses: — Sundry Judges and Demonstrators, services, 
expenses, 2,668.12 . . 



1,289.00; 



Grants: 

Sundry Societies in:— Algoma, 532.50; Brant, 239.00; Bruce, 86.00; Carleton, 
113.00; Dundas, 56.50; Elgin, 150.00; Essex, 100.00; Frontenac, 91.75; Glengarry, 
63.00; Grenville, 48.50; Grey, 580.50; Haldimand, 276.00; Halton, 130.50; 



1.000 00 



3,957 12 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 15 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch — Continued 

Plowing Matches — Continued 

Grants — Continued 

Hastings, 63.00; Huron, 100.00; Kent, 183.50; Lambton, 100.00; Leeds, 100.00; 
Lincoln, 210.00; Middlesex, 100.00; Nipissing, 100.00; Norfolk, 96.00; North- 
umberland, 62.50; Ontario, 230.00; Oxford, 200.00; Peel, 124.50; Peterborough, 
62.25; Prescott, 100.00; Russell, 292.00; Simcoe, 418.00; Stormont, 32.50; Sud- 
bury, 158.00; Thunder Bay, 80.50; Timiskaming, 48.50; Victoria, 130.50; 
Waterloo, 400.00; Welland, 107.50; Wellington, 100.00; Wentworth, 262.00; 
York, 350.00 6,678 50 



Grants under The Community Centres Act ($264,521.75) 

Alvinston Arena, 3,400.00; Angus Athletic Field, 75.00; Argyle Athletic Field, 175.00; 
Armstrong Hall, 5,000.00; Bar River Hall, 390.00; Bar River Skating Rink, 
120.00; Barton Township Pool, 5,000.00; Bourget Athletic Field, 116.00; Bourget 
Rink, 120.00; Bradford Arena and Hall, 10,000.00; Brinston Athletic Field, 
107.00; Brougham Field, 985.00; Burgoyne Woods Swimming Pool, 5,000.00; 
Calabogie Hall, 205.00; Campbellford Arena, 190.00; Cedarbrae Community 
Hall, 5,000.00; Clinton Swimming Pool, 2,500.00; Craithie Community Hall, 
221.00; Denbigh Rink, 235.00; Desboro Skating Arena, 2,500.00; Donwood 
Outdoor Rink, 95.00; Dufferin Park Rink, 5,000.00; Dundalk Skating Arena, 
5,000.00; Earlscourt Park Rink, 5,000.00; Eden Mills Athletic Field, 1,290.00; 
Ethel Hall, 1,765.00; Falkenburg Community Hall, 1,070.00; Feversham Com- 
munity Hall, 4,130.00; Field Outdoor Rink, 305.00; Flesherton Athletic Field, 
295.00; Forest Athletic Field, 650.00; Glencoe Hall, 340.00; Gore Bay Athletic 
Field, 490.00; Heaslip Hall, 1,890.00; Heron Park Hall, 1,000.00; Holland Landing 
Hall, 880.00; Holland Township Hall, 850.00; Inwood Rink, 1,290.00 John Innes 
Hall, 5,000.00; John Innes Pool, 5,000.00; Keady Arena and Hall, 500.00; Keene 
Athletic Field, 250.00; Kew Gardens Rink, 5,000.00; Kirkland Lake Athletic 
Field, 265.00; Kurtzville Skating Arena, 365.00; Ladouceur Athletic Field, 
1,220.00; Lake St. George Community Hall, 590.00; Lancaster Park and Swim- 
ming Pool, 5,000.00; Lanspeary Park Rink, 5,000.00; Leonard Community 
Hall, 2,890.00; Lincoln Park Athletic Field, 2,285.00; Little Britain Athletic 
Field, 175.00; Little Current Arena, 500.00; London South Outdoor Rink, 
5,000.00; Lucknow Athletic Field, 250.00; Lynden Athletic Field, 1,145.00; 
MacTier Arena and Hall, 10,000.00; Markdale Athletic Field, 700.00; Markham 
Athletic Field, 910.00; Martintown Field, 145.00; Martintown Rink, 145.00; 
Maxwell Community Hall, 2,500.00; Maynooth Hall, 280.00; Maynooth Rink, 
482.00; Melrose Hall, 1,965.00; Meredith Park Athletic Field, 890.00; Merrick- 
ville Hall, 1,010.00; Merritton Hall, 5,000.00; Mildmay Athletic Field, 45.00; 
Miscampbell Outdoor Rink, 149.00; Monkton Athletic Field, 580.00; Moorefield 
Athletic Field, 105.00; Moose Creek Hall, 126.00; Morson Community Hall, 
1,740.00; Murillo Rink, 275.00; Murray Park Athletic Field, 2,240.00; Navan 
Arena and Hall, 5,000.00; Neustadt Field, 100.00; Newcastle Athletic Field, 
150.00; New Lowell Community Hall, 2,500.00; Newmarket Athletic Field, 
485.00; North Street Athletic Field, Sault Ste. Marie, 1,450.00; Pakenham 
Hall, 1,545.00; Parkdale Hall, 1,230.00; Pickering Athletic Field, 500.00; Point 
Edward Skating Rink, 500.00; Powassan Pool, 1,700.00; Prescott Athletic Field, 
995.00; Preston Arena and Hall, 500.00; Princeton Athletic Field, 720.00; Queen 
Elizabeth Athletic Field, 3,350.00; Ramsden Park Rink, 5,000.00; Ted Reeve 
Arena, 1,692.00; Reid's Corners Community Hall, 105.00; Richards Landing 
Outdoor Rink, 414.00; Richvale Hall, 600.00; Riverside Athletic Field, 1,080.00; 
Rosedale Park Rink, 5,000.00; Rowntree Athletic Field, 3,270.00; Russeldale 
Hall, 3,065.00; St. Catharines Lions Outdoor Rink, 3,235.00; St. Mary's Pool, 
3,915.00; Sharon Community Hall, 595.00; Shedden Hall, 440.00; Silverwood 
Park Outdoor Rink, 5,000.00; Smith Park Athletic Field, 2,360.00; Smooth Rock 
Falls Swimming Pool, 4,500.00; Solina Hall, 2,064.75; South Neebing Hall, 
1,500.00; Sowerby Hall, 2,000.00; Spruceglen Community Hall, 4,390.00; Steven- 
sville Community Hall, 2,930.00; Strabane Athletic Field, 1,005.00; Tavistock 
Hall, 5,000.00; Tecumseh Athletic Field, 1,670.00; Thornbury Athletic Field, 
395.00; Thornton's Corners Hall, 4,000.00; Tisdale Athletic Field, 1,445.00; 
Utica Community Hall, 2,285.00; Utopia Hall, 5,000.00; Vankleek Hill Arena 
and Hall, 1,150.00; Vankleek Hill Field, 230.00; Walters Falls Athletic Field, 
100.00; Washago Outdoor Rink, 1,565.00; Wellesley Community Hall, 430.00; 
West Lions Athletic Field, 2,235.00; Williamsford Arena, 5,000.00; Winchester 
Rink, 5,000.00; Withrow Park Rink, 5,000.00; Woodview Park Community Hall, 
2,045.00; Wroxeter Hall, 3,000.00; Wyebridge Hall, 1,685.00 264,521 75 



A 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch — Continued 
Sundry Grants ($16,800.00) 

Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies 300 00 

Ontario Horticultural Association 250 00 

Ontario Plowmen's Association 250 00 

Ottawa Winter Fair 15,000 00 

Walkerton Agricultural Society Winter Fair 1,000 00 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch $852,973 35 



CO-OPERATION AND MARKETS BRANCH 
Salaries ($40,787.92) 

J. W. Drennan, 5,250.00; W. A. Montcalm, 5,524.98; G. F. Perkin, 9,899.94; F. K. B. 

Stewart, 6,499.98; B. P. Teasdale, 7,399.98; Other salaries, 6,213.04 40,787 92 

Travelling Expenses ($1,172.47) 

Accounts under $800 1,172 47 

Maintenance ($2,705.87) 
Queen's Printer, 2,281.38; Accounts under $2,000, 424.49 2,705 87 

Research, Services and Expenses re The Farm Products Marketing Act, etc. ($9,277.46) 

Services and Expenses: 

W. A. Montcalm, 963.42; B. P. Teasdale, 1,187.28; Other services and 

expenses, 2,750.72 4,901 42 

Miscellaneous: 

Douglas Refrigeration Ltd., 2,785.00; Accounts under $2,000, 1,591.04 4,376 04 

Co-operation and Markets Branch $53,943 72 



DAIRY BRANCH 

Milk Products Board of Ontario 

Salaries ($36,724.68) 

J. L. Baker, 5,659.92; E. M. Biggs, 8,849.94; C. E. Lackner, 7,599.96; Other 

salaries, 14,614.86 36,724 68 

Travelling Expenses ($2,930.77) 
J. L. Baker, 909.80; E. M. Biggs, 1,593.10; Accounts under $800, 427.87 2,930 77 

Maintenance ($1,275.37) 
Accounts under $2,000 1,275 37 

Dairy Instruction and Inspection ($200,798.27) 

Salaries: 

J. M. Bain, 5,149.98; P. J. Bogaerts, 4,549.98; J. C. Palmer, 4,749.96; J. F. 

Robinson, 5,149.98; Other salaries, 112,019.50 131,619 40 

Travelling Expenses: 

T. C. Adams, 1,514.81; J. M. Bain, 2,655.40; P. J. Bogaerts, 2,324.64; A. E. 
Brasseur, 1,594.13; C. E. Butterill, 2,259.07; G. E. Clarke, 1,904.76; D. Connell, 
1,426.95; W. R. Derry, 3,482.54; W. R. Dunlop, 1,538.42; C. W. Hamilton, 
1,718.59; J. G. Harrison, 1,480.71; E. W. Henderson, 1,738.87; R. L. Keegan, 
1,957.94; E. Leduc, 2,002.66; P. S. MacDougall, 2,133.58; G. I. Martin, 1,715.40; 



1956-57 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 17 



Dairy Branch — Continued 

Dairy Instruction and Inspection — Continued 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

E. McAllister, 1,895.65; W. P. Moore, 1,435.17; M. T. Napper, 2,205.41; H. J. 
Neeb, 2,065.86; J. C. Palmer, 1,631.93; A. R. Parkinson, 1,655.97; G. Pollard, 
1,192.34; E. A. Reed, 1,749.83; H. V. Richards, 1,727.54; J. F. Robinson, 1,792.13; 
E. T. Rogers, 1,764.47; L. E. Schenck, 1,627.62; J. S. Thibault, 1,501.83; K. A. 

Weir, 1,112.53; J. M. Wilkinson, 1,541.39; M. M. Wilson, 1,949.33; Accounts 

under $800, 1,273.66 

Miscellaneous: 

Queen's Printer, 6,098.78; Accounts under $2,000, 3,508.96 



59,571 13 
9,607 74 



Educational, Extension, Marketing and Research Work in any Branch of the 
Dairy Industry; to Provide for Grants, Expenses, Services and such other 
Payments for the encouragement of the Dairy Industry as may be 
directed by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council ($8,852.07) 

Services and Expenses: 

Sundry Persons, services, 2,779.60; expenses, 3,855.19 6,634 79 

Maintenance: 

Accounts under $2,000 2,217 28 

Grants ($600.00) 

Central Ontario Cheesemakers' Association 200 00 

Dairymen's Association of Western Ontario 200 00 

Eastern Ontario Cheesemakers' Association 200 00 



Milk Control Board of Ontario 

Salaries ($38,085.55) 

His Honour Judge A. B. Currey, Chairman 4,999 92 

A. P. Clark, 5,049.96; J. C. Cumberland, 5,149.98; C. M. Meek, 7,599.96; Other 

salaries, 15,285.73 33,085 63 

Travelling Expenses ($8,545.34) 

J. C. Cumberland, 1,957.72; His Honour Judge A. B. Currey, 1,670.21; B. Scott, 

3,019.99; Accounts under $800, 1,897.42 8,545 34 

Maintenance ($1,798.16) 

Accounts under $2,000 1,798 16 

Allowances to Members of the Board ($1,550.00) 
K. M. Betzner, 650.00; J. L. Burrows, 700.00; H. E. McCallum, 200.00 1,550 00 

Services and Expenses in connection with Administration, Inspection and 
Enforcement of The Milk Industry Act, 1954, Part 2 ($47,128.26) 

Salaries: 

Sundry employees 28,892 29 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. A. W. Bell, 1,940.05; W. O. Coates, 2,551.84; T. L. Farquharson, 871.71; 
T. G. Hicks, 2,136.86; V. T. Jensen, 1,469.08; W. L. Misener, 1,300.01; H. B. 
Welsh, 2,422.58; G. E. Wynn, 1,609.92; Accounts under $800, 376.65 14,678 70 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $2,000 3,557 27 

Dairy Branch $348,288 47 



A 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

EXTENSION BRANCH 

Agricultural Representative Service 

Salaries ($65,794.84) 

A. G. Bennett, 1,500.00; R. G. Bennett, 7,219.96; W. B. Fox, 6,499.98; J. A. Garner, 
7,362.45; T. R. Hilliard, 7,453.28; E. I. McLoughry, 7,359.96; W. A. Montcalm, 
1,875.00; Other salaries, 26,524.21 65,794 84 

Travelling Expenses ($6,413.01) 

R. G. Bennett, 1,842.43; W. B. Fox, 1,485.61; T. R. Hilliard, 1,057.61; E. I. Mc- 
Loughry, 1,001.75; Accounts under $800, 1,025.61 6,413 01 

Maintenance ($4,748.25) 
Queen's Printer, 2,007.09; Accounts under $2,000, 2,741.16 4,748 25 

County and District Offices 
Agricultural Representative Work, Services, Expenses and Equipment ($956,413.69) 

Salaries and Expenses 

Algoma: 

J. M. Macintosh, 6,349.98; Other salaries, 2,699.94; Expenses, 2,891.10 11,941 02 

Brant: 

D. N. Graham, 5,250.00; Other salaries, 2,956.73; Expenses, 3,724.71 11,931 44 

Bruce: 

G. R. Gear, 6,510.00; Other salaries, 8,739.74; Expenses, 7,877.06 23,126 80 

Carleton: 

W. M. Croskery, 6,699.96; D. A. McArthur, 4,549.98; Other salaries, 2,859.96; 

Expenses, 3,707.39 17,817 29 

Cochrane North : 

R. Portelance, 4,849.92; Other salaries, 2,320.31 ; Expenses, 3,423.76 10,593 99 

Cochrane South: 

L. H. Hanlan, 6,049.98; Other salaries, 6,274.98; Expenses, 3,115.37 15,440 33 

Cochrane West: 

Salaries, 1,815.00; Expenses, 3,282.22 5,097 22 

Dufferin: 

J. B. Matheson, 5,449.92; Other salaries, 2,979.96; Expenses, 2,475.19 10,905 07 

Dundas: 

D. M. Rutherford, 4,549.98; Other salaries, 4,525.78; Expenses, 2,205.64 11,281 40 

Durham: 

E. A. Summers, 6,699.96; Other salaries, 3,160.08; Expenses, 2,723.61 12,583 65 

Elgin: 

A. V. Langton, 6,510.00; Other salaries, 6,070.28; Expenses, 6,305.53 18,885 81 

Essex: 

A. Burrell, 5,049.96; Other salaries, 6,575.78; Expenses, 3,063.83 14,689 57 

Frontenac: 

D. H. Miles, 5,250.00; Other salaries, 3,792.79; Expenses, 3,349.85 12,392 64 

Glengarry: 

J. Y. Humphries, 5,250.00; Other salaries, 3,203.26; Expenses, 1,731.08 10,184 34 

Grenville: 

C. C. Tennant, 6,049.98; Other salaries, 3,159.96; Expenses. 707.18 9,917 12 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 19 

Extension Branch — Continued 

Agricultural Representative Service — Continued 

County and District Offices — Continued 

Grey: 

T. S. Cooper, 6,699.96; G. W. Sweiger, 4,549.98; Other salaries, 2,149.98; Expenses, 

6,734.81 20,134 73 

Haldimand: 

A. G. Skinner, 6,699.96; Other salaries, 6,324.90; Expenses, 3,667.21 16,692 07 

Halton: 

A. G. Bennett, 3,349.98; J. E. Whitelock, 6,699.96; Other salaries, 3,159.96; 

Expenses, 2,205.85 15,415 75 

Hastings : 

A. O. Dalrymple, 5,250.00; Other salaries, 6,699.90; Expenses, 4,983.37 16,933 27 

Huron : 

G. W. Montgomery, 5,250.00; Other salaries, 7,964.12; Expenses, 5,096.30 18,310 42 

Kenora : 

E. S. Marr, 6,099.96; Other salaries, 2,185.45; Expenses, 2,808.16 11,093 57 

Kent: 

K. E. Lantz, 5,449.92; Other salaries, 8,759.14; Expenses, 3,850.75 18,059 81 

Lambton: 

Salaries, 15,049.60; Expenses, 3,820.43 18,870 03 

Lanark : 

A. G. Grubbe, 5,449.92; Other salaries, 2,599.98; Expenses, 5,564.41 13,614 31 

Leeds : 

J. R. Ostler, 6,649.98; Other salaries, 7,054.92; Expenses, 3,948.11 17,653 01 

Lennox and Addington: 

W. N. Ashton, 5,250.00; Other salaries, 3,372.56; Expenses, 1,820.45 10,443 01 

Lincoln: 

A. G. Mitchell, 5,049.96; Other salaries, 3,202.41 ; Expenses, 2,744.51 10,996 88 

Manitoulin: 

W. T. Abraham, 4,650.00; Other salaries, 2,349.96; Expenses, 2,189.18 9,189 14 

Middlesex: 

W. K. Riddell, 6,699.96; Other salaries, 7,485.01; Expenses, 6,182.13 20,367 10 

Muskoka and Parry Sound: 

W. D. Tipper, 4,699.92; Other salaries, 2,859.96; Expenses, 5,952.03 13,511 91 

Nipissing: 

F. J. Millette, 4,599.96; Other salaries, 2,820.60; Expenses, 1,563.44 8,984 00 

Norfolk: 

G. G. Bramhill, 5,749.98; Other salaries, 6,255.66; Expenses, 4,382.48 16,388 12 

Northumberland : 

R. C. Banbury, 6,349.98; Other salaries, 3,273.89; Expenses, 2,465.40 12,089 27 

Ontario: 

H. L. Fair, 6,510.00; Other salaries, 6,499.92; Expenses, 3,672.45 16,682 37 

Oxford: 

R. E. Bell, 4,650.00; Other salaries, 6,774.90; Expenses, 5,275.66 16,700 56 



A 20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Extension Branch — Continued 

Agricultural Representative Service — Continued 

County and District Offices — Continued 

Peel: 

J. W. McCullough, 4,849.92; Other salaries, 2,859.96; Expenses, 1,970.80 9,680 68 

Perth: 

R. E. White, 6,699.96; Other salaries, 7,234.92; Expenses, 5,238.88 19,173 76 

Peterborough : 

K. E. Best, 3,349.98; F. C. Paterson, 6,649.98; Other salaries, 3,159.96; Expenses, 

2,926.04 16,085 96 

Prescott : 

R. L. Farmer, 4,650.00; Other salaries, 2,246.50; Expenses, 1,723.34 8,619 84 

Prince Edward: 

D. A. Taylor, 5,250.00; Other salaries, 2,499.96; Expenses, 2,419.70 10,169 66 

Rainy River: 

Salaries, 8,324.90; Expenses, 3,148.95 11,473 85 

Renfrew: 

J. D. Butler, 4,549.98; F. Q. Dench, 6,699.96; Other salaries, 3,159.96; Expenses, 

4,628.41 19,038 31 

Russell: 

Salaries, 6,299.94; Expenses, 2,808.78 9,108 72 

Simcoe North: 

S. L. Page, 6,699.96; Other salaries, 6,834.96; Expenses, 5,834.78 19,369 70 

Simcoe South: 

J. K. McRuer, 5,250.00; Other salaries, 6,958.29; Expenses, 3,746.65 15,954 94 

Stormont : 

K. E. Best, 1,200.00; R. R. Crozier, 4,511.27; Other salaries, 2,449.98; Expenses, 

3,759.35 11,920 60 

Sudbury: 

R. Leroux, 6,259.92; Other salaries, 4,232.44; Expenses, 2,254.18 12,746 54 

Thunder Bay: 

N. W. Harrison, 6,510.00; Other salaries, 3,159.96; Expenses, 3,573.46 13,243 42 

Timiskaming: 

M. F. Cook, 6,510.00; G. M. Mills, 4,549.98; Other salaries, 3,168.42; Expenses, 

2,683.66 16,912 06 

Victoria: 

L. G. Brown, 5,449.92; Other salaries, 5,924.94; Expenses, 2,710.91 14,085 77 

Waterloo : 

R. A. Forsyth, 4,849.92; Other salaries, 3,892.72; Expenses, 2,809.18 11,551 82 

Welland: 

J. Wilson, 6,210.00; Other salaries, 2,249.94; Expenses, 1,562.32 10,022 26 

Wellington : 

W. D. Black, 4,699.92; Other salaries, 7,234.92; Expenses, 3,894.54 15,829 38 

Wentworth : 

H. W. Buck, 4,549.98; W. G. Marritt, 6,349.98; Other salaries, 2,349.96; Expenses, 

5,780.40 19,030 32 

York: 

W. M. Cockburn, 6,699.96; E. K. Pearson, 4,549.98; Other salaries, 2,699.94; 

Expenses, 2,899.36 16,849 24 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 21 

Extension Branch — Continued 

Agricultural Representative Service— Continued 

County and District Offices — Continued 

Fieldmen : 

W. S. Carpenter, 4,549.98; J. R. Chard, 4,549.98; J. A. Goldie, 4,549.98; R. G. 
Gregg, 4,549.98; R. E. Moore, 4,549.98; J. E. Turnbull, 2,549.98; H. M. Webster, 
4,949.94; R. Wilcox, 4,549.98; H. E. Wright, 4,549.98; Other salaries, 54,999.29; 
Expenses, 20,442.07 114,791 14 

Miscellaneous: 

Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., 8,687.47; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 2,385.27; 
Ontario Agricultural College, Public Relations, 2,947.28; Queen's Printer, 

22,728.55; Receiver General of Canada, 2,338.84; Accounts under $2,000, 

22,751.29 61,838 70 

Promotion of Junior Farmer Work ($115,207.51) 

Salaries: 

Sundry Employees 3,63 1 92 

Club Work: — Achievement Days and Inter-Club Competitions: 

T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 27,000.00; Sundry Persons, prizes, 27,961.00 54,961 00 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 34,356 49 

20,604 51 

Services, 18,043.44; Expenses, 33,404.05: 

Sundry Persons — Choir Leaders, 1,937.76; Club Leaders, 12,643.34; Judging 
Competitions, 1,048.23; Junior Farmer Conferences, 5,800.88; Junior Farmer 
Members, 9,720.56; Leadership Training Camps, 4,147.90; Short Courses and 
Night Classes, 16,148.82 51,447 49 

Miscellaneous : 

John A. Hughes, 2,290.78; Ottawa Winter Fair, 6,000.00; Queen's Printer, 

16,152.18; Rural Youth Centre, 4,002.22; Walfoods Ltd., 4,934.90; Accounts 

under $2,000, 6,143.51 39,523 59 

Northern Ontario 

Services and expenses in connection with agricultural work; clearing, breaking of land; 

farm settlement; grants to Community Centres in unorganized areas; grants and such 

other expenses necessary for the development of agriculture in Northern Ontario 

as may be directed by the Minister of Agriculture ($206,835.45) 

Services, 2,968.00; Expenses, 4,264.50: 

Accounts under $800 7,232 50 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $2,000 339 17 

Special Grants: 

Sundry Agricultural Societies 4,875 00 

Sprayers, dusters, etc 1,218 06 

Grants — Community Centres: 

Hudson Community Memorial Hall 425 00 

Land Clearing and Breaking — Subsidies to Farmers and Settlers: 

Sundry Persons 136,148 19 

Assistance in Well Drilling: 

Sundry Persons 19,976 96 

Strathclair Farm: 
Salaries : 

Sundry Employees 4,283 64 

Maintenance: 

E. Leeson, 2,650.00; McKeown Equipment, Ltd., 3,313.92; Alex A. Mitchell, 
8,160.00; Shaw Milling Co., 3,618.65; Steel City Co-operative, 3,010.21; 
Accounts under $2,000, 11,584.15 32,336 93 



A 22 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Extension Branch — Continued 



Agricultural Representative Service — Continued 

Grants, etc. ($28,777.87) 

Canadian Council on Boys' and Girls' Club Work 3,300 00 

Junior Farmers' Association of Ontario 3,500 00 

Soil Improvement and Land Use Projects: 

Sundry Employees 5,517 50 

Grants: 

Brant County Soil Conservation Committee, 700.00; Bruce County Soil 
and Crop Improvement Association, 100.00; Carleton County Agricultural 
Committee, 1,500.00; Dundas County Crop Improvement Association, 500.00; 
Glengarry County Crop Improvement Association, 500.00; Grenville County 
Crop Improvement Association, 500.00; Haldimand County Soil Improvement 
and Land Use Committee, 2,000.00; Huron County, 1,000.00; Leeds County 
Soil and Crop Improvement Association, 500.00; Middlesex Soils Committee, 
3,000.00; Prescott County Crop Improvement Association, 250.00; Russell 
County Crop Improvement Association, 375.00; Simcoe County Council, 
521.36; Stormont County Crop Improvement Association, 500.00; Victoria 
County Soil and Crop Improvement Association, 500.00; Waterloo County 
Soil and Crop Improvement Association, 1,000.00; Welland County Crop 
Improvement Association, 1,000.00 14,446 36 

Expenses: 

Accounts (other than committees, etc.) under $2,000 2,014 01 



Home Economics Service 

Salaries ($178,279.22) 

F. M. Durnin, 4,699.92; F. P. Eadie, 5,359.92; E. M. Irvine, 4,500.00; E. N. Kidd, 
4,959.96; H. M. McKercher, 7,209.96; L. A. Row, 4,759.92; J. M. Scott, 4,759.92; 
Other salaries, 142,029.62 178,279 22 



Travelling Expenses ($9,419.27) 

F. P. Eadie, 3,477.49; E. N. Kidd, 1,576.57; H. M. McKercher, 1,764.93; L. A. 

Row, 1,015.80; J. M. Scott, 844.78; Accounts under $800, 739.70 9,419 27 



Maintenance ($2,789.22) 



Accounts under $2,000. 



2.789 22 



Services, Travelling, Equipment, Grants, Supplies and other 
Expenses, etc. ($103,059.42) 
Grants : 

Sundry Women's Institutes 4,894 00 

Sundry Lecturers, services 8,061 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. F. Armour, 971.70; M. Armstrong, 968.37; M. A. Borgstrom, 1,229.18; D. W. 
Burke, 916.54; N. A. Creyke, 2,039.27; D. Croft, 1,200.22; F. M. Durnin, 1,478.22; 
A. R. Futcher, 930.98; E. Hare, 836.28; D. Hutchison, 1,073.85; E. M. Irvine, 
1,058.96; A. E. King, 1,355.86; H. I. Leslie, 1,614.20; L. E. Phippen, 1,507.85; 

M. Porteous, 1,071.47; M. Smith, 1,106.38; I. A. Wishart, 1,042.24; Accounts 

under $800, 14,351.76 34,753 33 



Miscellaneous: 

P. H. Armstrong Motors, Ltd., 2,220.73; Central Chevrolet (Toronto) Ltd., 
4,090.78; C. Cunningham, 2,017.29; A. D. Gorrie & Co., Ltd., 2,218.04; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., 2,089.80; Ontario Agricultural College, Public Relations, 2,998.20; 
Palangio Motors, Ltd., 2,225.00; Queen's Printer, 15,599.17; Dressmakers Supply 

Co., 2,193.52; Accounts under $2,000, 24,675.53 60,328 06 

Less: Sale of materials 4,976 97 

Extension Branch $1,677,737 75 



55,351 09 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 23 



FARM ECONOMICS BRANCH 
Salaries ($80,898.90) 

J. H. Clark, 4,899.96; E. A. Haslett, 5,049.96; R. G. Hill, 4,752.13; J. B. Nelson, 

6,549.96; H. L. Patterson, 7,599.96; Other salaries, 52,046.93 80,898 90 

Travelling Expenses ($13,653.84) 

R R. Abraham, 1,005.57; R. G. Hill, 1,384.45; A. Holmsen, 893.82; E. H. Moore, 
2,682.13; H. F. Noble, 1,850.75; H. L. Patterson, 1,122.20; R. C. Ward, 1,859.05; 
Accounts under $800, 2,855.87 13,653 84 

Maintenance ($2,893.06) 
Queen's Printer, 2,143.86; Accounts under $2,000, 749.20 2,893 06 

Services, Travelling and Other Expenses ($22,868.98) 

Salaries : 

Sundry Employees 12,888 33 

Services, 672.00; Expenses, 4,911.55: 

F. R. Chappie, 1,358.58; K. R. Hossack, 1,039.99; J. Murray, 1,354.97; 

Accounts under $800, 1,830.01 5,583 55 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $2,000 4,397 10 

Farm Economics Branch $120,314 78 



FARM LABOUR SERVICE BRANCH 
Salaries ($2,067.90) 

Sundry Employees 3,294 96 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 1,227 06 



2.067 90 



Travelling Expenses ($191.11) 

M. L. Johnston 443 19 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 252 08 

191 11 

Maintenance ($40.92) 

Accounts under $2,000 40 92 

Services and Travelling Expenses in connection with Recruiting, 

Transportation and Placing Workers in Farm Camps 

and on Farms, etc. ($17,712.81) 

Services: 

Supervisors, Interpreters, etc 796 50 

Travelling Expenses: 

Supervisors, Interpreters, etc 308 45 

Miscellaneous: 

Receiver General of Canada, 11,680.38; Quebec Central Trans- 
portation Co., 2,947.20; Accounts under $2,000, 8,107.82 22,735 40 



Total 23,840 35 

Less Refunds, etc.: 

Government of Canada Repayments 5,619 96 

Insurance Premium Rebates 507 58 

6.127 54 



17,712 81 



Farm Labour Service Branch $20,012 74 



A 24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



FIELD CROPS BRANCH 

Salaries ($42,387.05) 

K. E. Fallis, 4,949.94; R. E. Goodin, 5,499.96; C. H. Kingsburv, 4,549.98; J. W. 

MacRae, 4,749.96; A. H. S. Martin, 7,599.96; Other salaries, 15,037.25. . . . 42,387 05 

Travelling Expenses ($4,959.43) 

R. E. Goodin, 1,159.74; A. H. S. Martin, 1,145.79; Accounts under $800, 2,653.90. 4,959 43 

Maintenance ($3,124.90) 
Accounts under $2,000 3,124 90 

Administration of The Weed Control Act, The Seed Potatoes Act, 
Improvement Work, etc. ($73,658.73) 

Services, 7,158.00; Expenses, 21,568.89: 

J. Armstrong, 3,426.49; K. E. Fallis, 1,813.63; A. T. Hartwick, 889.45; H. F. 
Heald, 2,375.05; G. H. Henry, 1,393.48; C. H. Kingsbury, 1,987.89; S. R. Laughlin, 
913.47; J. W. MacRae, 1,682.68; A. S. Smith, 2,222.92; J. H. Sumbler, 1,250.84; 

Sundry Persons, attending conventions, 4,507.60; Accounts under $800, 

6,263.39 28,726 89 

Prizes : 

Sundry Persons 140 00 

Half Cost of Inspection: 

Counties, 31,061.64; Townships, 2,132.47 33,194 11 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $2,000 1 1,597 73 



Subventions— Freight on Agricultural Lime ($16,230.70) 

Canada Crushed & Cut Stone, Ltd., 9,290.29; North American Cyanamid, Ltd., 

7,250.03; Sundry Persons, trucking lime, 20,177.67; Accounts under $2,000, 

1,120.30 37,838 29 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 21,607 59 

16,230 70 

Grants ($19,239.24) 

County Crop Improvement Associations and District Seed Growers' Associations: 

Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association 1,100 00 

Ottawa Valley Seed Show 200 00 

Sundry Crop Improvement Associations 17,939 24 

19,239 24 

Field Crops Branch $159,600 05 



FRUIT BRANCH 
Salaries ($138,715.68) 

D. E. Williams, 5,204.97; G. Wilson, 5,674.98; Other salaries, 127,835.73 138,715 68 

Travelling Expenses ($1,774.47) 
D. E. Williams, 1,381.84;= Accounts under $800, 392.63 1,774 47 

Maintenance ($4,261.69) 

Queen's Printer, 2,780.28; Accounts under $2,000, 1,481.41 4,261 69 



1956-57 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 25 



Fruit Branch— Continued 

Administration and Enforcement of The Plant Diseases Act, 1954 and 
The Farm Products Grades and Sales Act, etc. ($219,429.21) 

Salaries: 

Sundry Employees 2, 166 59 

Services and Expenses: 

Sundry Inspectors, services, 146,245.75; expenses, 58,485.30 204,731 05 

Miscellaneous: 

Queen's Printer, 4,976.39; Telephone, 2,802.76; accounts under $2,000, 

4,752.42 12,531 57 

Grant ($300.00) 

Entomological Society of Ontario 300 00 

Fruit Branch $364,481 05 



LIVE STOCK BRANCH 

Salaries ($250,245.96) 

R. H. Graham, 7,110.00; H. E. McGill, 4,949.94; E. A. Starr, 4,949.94; W. P. Watson, 

9,899.94; H. Worton, 7,149.96; Other salaries, 216,186.18 250,245 96 



Travelling Expenses ($61,593.11) 

A. B. Allen, 842.01; J. R. Ball, 878.87; H. M. Bent, 812.55; J. G. Bourdeau, 1,112.48 
D. Brethet, 860.85; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 1,252.70; R. B. Brown 
935.52; Canadian Oil Companies Ltd., 814.63; K. D. Carkner, 926.40; G. C 
Chambers, 886.46; B. Chidley, 1,227.67; W. G. Clement, 951.81; R. B. Couch 
1,006.62; J. J. Doidge, 947.93; R. H. Graham, 1,158.66; C. Heroux, 901.59 

D. Johnstone, 961.80; R. W. Keffer, 1,062.72; N. J. Latchford, 1,039.91; J. A 
MacGillivray, 1,382.28; P. A. Matthews, 1,294.93; H. E. McGill, 1,230.06 

E. R. McKibbon, 951.47; B. McRae, 894.19; W. H. Moore, 958.82, J. H 
Nanninga, 920.10; H. Plumsteel, 1,108.43; R. J. Schnurr, 925.79; R. P. Sebben 
988.58; E. A. Starr, 1,164.93; R. J. Stewart, 1,159.99; R. L. Strader, 843.92 
G. Valad, 1,166.76; J. Walker, 890.33; W. P. Watson, 1,588.65; R. F. Welch 
875.00; D. Yorke, 866.53; Accounts under $800, 23,801.17 



61,593 11 



Queen's Printer, 3,405.40;- 



Maintenance ($5,459.56) 
■Accounts under $2,000, 2,054.16 



5,459 56 



Educational and Demonstration Work, etc. ($149,379.42) 

Grants : 

Associations holding Sales of Pure Bred Stock 7,748 00 

Boar Premium Policy 2,070 00 

Bull Premium Policy 48,934 37 

Cattle Breeding Associations 35,645 90 

Horse, Cattle, Sheep and Swine Shows 13,663 81 

Poultry Associations 1,018 50 

Pure Bred Foal Policy 1,300 00 

Ram Premium Policy 602 80 

110,983 38 

Prizes : 

Boys' and Girls' Club Work 2,599 05 

Judging, etc.: 

Sundry Persons, services, 2,852.00; expenses, 2,824.88 5,676 88 

Miscellaneous: 

Dairy Herd Improvement Associations, 16,696.35; Sundry Persons, purchase of 

stock, 7,180.00; Cartage and freight, 4,922.46; accounts under $2,000, 

1,321.30 30,120 11 



A 26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Live Stock Branch — Continued 

Expenses in connection with T.B. Testing Work ($17,428.20) 

Department of Agriculture, Ottawa 17,428 20 

Services and Expenses re Administration of The Stallions 
Act, etc. ($12,815.76) 

Inspectors' services, 615.00; expenses, 1,078.76 1,693 76 

Premiums for Pure Bred Stallions — Sundry Persons 11,122 00 

Northern Ontario 

District Veterinary Services and Assistance on Live Stock 
shipped to Northern Ontario ($32,314.81) 

Grants to Veterinary Agricultural Committees: 

Algoma, 1,600.00; Cochrane South, 1,600.00; Dryden, 1,333.33; Kenora, 800.00; 
Manitoulin, 1,600.00; Muskoka, 1,600.00; Parry Sound, 1,600.00; Rainy River, 
1,600.00; Thunder Bay, 2,800.00; Timiskaming, 1,600.00; Verner, 1,600.00; 
West Parry Sound, 800.00; West Sudbury, 1,600.00 20,133 33 

Assistance in the Purchase of Live Stock: 

Sundry Persons, expenses, 1,508.90; Freight, etc., 10,014.70 11,523 60 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $2,000 657 88 

Grants ($255,536.24) 

Advanced Registry Board for Beef Cattle 4,000 00 

Canadian Hunter, Saddle and Light Horse Improvement Society 500 00 

Ontario Beef Cattle Improvement Association 500 00 

Ontario Beef Cattle Producers' Association 2,000 00 

Ontario Beef Pasture Improvement Committee 5,000 00 

Ontario Cattle Breeders' Association 500 00 

Ontario Horse Breeders' Association 500 00 

Ontario Poultry Breeders' Association 400 00 

Ontario Sheep Breeders' Association 500 00 

Ontario Swine Breeders' Association 500 00 

Ontario Turkey Association 500 00 

Poultry Industry Committee 3,000 00 

Prince of Wales Prize 250 00 

South Western Ontario Live Stock Producers' Association 300 00 

Sundrv Municipalities, Veterinarians' Services and Expenses re Brucellosis Control. 159,885 22 

Sundry Municipalities re The Warble Fly Control Act 77,201 02 

Live Stock Branch $784,773 06 



STATISTICS AND PUBLICATIONS BRANCH 

Salaries ($35,669.95) 

C. M. Riach, 4,549.92; S. H. H. Symons, 6,099.96; Other salaries, 25,020.07. . . . 35,669 95 

Travelling Expenses ($784.25) 
Accounts under $800 784 25 

Maintenance ($3,861.50) 
Accounts under $2,000 3,861 50 

Printing Monthly and Annual Departmental Reports and Bulletins, 

Agricultural News Letters, and such other printing as may be 

directed by The Minister of Agriculture ($49,893.77) 

Queen's Printer, 49,850.24; Accounts under $2,000, 43.53 49,893 77 

Statistics and Publications Branch $90,209 47 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 27 

DEMONSTRATION FARM, NEW LISKEARD 

Salaries ($4,295.33) 
Sundry Employees 4,295 33 

Maintenance, Wages, Seed, Feed, Fertilizers, Purchase and Shipping of 
Live Stock, Equipment and Miscellaneous Expenses ($24,898.15) 

R. Labonte, 3,045.25; Maguire's Garage, 2,116.65; Pay List, wages of men, 6,404.00; 

Timiskaming Producers' Co-operative, 6,419.12; Accounts under $2,000, 

6,913.13 24,898 15 

Repairs and Alterations ($555.99) 

Accounts under $2,000 555 99 

Demonstration Farm, New Liskeard $29,749 47 



HORTICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION, VINELAND 
Salaries ($146,461.31) 

J. A. Archibald, 5,249.94; O. A. Bradt, 5,249.94; A. N. Butler, 5,349.96; G. H. Dick- 
son, 5,449.98; R. A. Fleming, 4,849.98; E. A. Kerr, 6,199.98; E. F. Palmer, 
8,649.96; O. J. Robb, 5,449.98; VV. H. Upshall, 7,133.28; J. R. vanHaarlem, 
6,049.92; J. Wiebe, 4,699.98; Other salaries, 82,128.41 146,461 31 

Services, Travelling and Other Expenses ($54,999.67) 
Pay List, wages of Farmhands, Firemen, etc 6,236 01 

Travelling Expenses: 

J.A.Archibald, 876.22; A. N. Butler, 1,929.78; Accounts under $800, 3,200.33. 6,006 33 

Miscellaneous: 

Township of Clinton, 2,180.48; Empire Hanna Coal Co., Ltd., 6,050.73; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 3,938.07; T. MacPherson, 2,465.54; 
Vineland Growers' Co-operative, Ltd., 4,206.59; Vineland Public Utilities, 
5,210.80; Accounts under $2,000, 18,705.12 42,757 33 

Repairs and Alterations ($5,499.70) 

Accounts under $2,000 5,499 70 

Fruit Merchandising Experimental Work ($5,499.68) 

Pay List, wages of men, 2,317.23; Accounts under $2,000, 3,182.45 5,499 68 



Horticultural Products Laboratory 

Salaries ($40,227.68) 

A. M. Adams, 5,524.98; R. F. Crowther, 5,249.94; J. H. Truscott, 7,049.94; E. 

Zubeckis, 5,249.94; Other salaries, 17,152.88 40,227 68 

Maintenance and Travelling Expenses ($12,999.93) 

Travelling Expenses: 

Accounts under $800 465 95 

Maintenance: 

Accounts under $2,000 12,533 98 

Horticultural Experiment Station, Vineland $265,687 97 



A 28 ' PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



KEMPTVILLE AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL 

SUMMARY 

Salaries Expenses Total 

General Office 34,809 72 60,377 47 95,187 19 

Agricultural Mechanics.... 37,719 72 18,448 51 56,168 23 

Animal Husbandry 9,014 94 27,367 94 36,382 88 

Chemistry 12,274 86 3,493 15 15,768 01 

Dairy 14,373 56 9,318 04 23,691 60 

English and Economics.... 11,024 94 2,95135 13,976 29 

Field Husbandry 5,774 94 6,681 52 12,456 46 

Home Economics 9,838 52 1,994 37 11,832 89 

Horticulture 15,364 80 9,739 81 25,104 61 

Physical Education 3,219 96 383 29 3,603 25 

Poultry 7,969 92 10,832 83 18,802 75 

Repairs and Alterations .. . 11,652 43 11,652 43 



161,385 88 163,240 71 324,626 59 



Salaries ($161,385.88) 



A. M. Barr, 7,049.94; R. E. Class, 4,849.98; J. A. Dalrymple, 5,524.98; W. B. George, 
5,774.94; O. R. Irvine, 5,774.94; A. M. Morphet, 4,849.98; F. J. Parish, 5,774.94; 

D. L. Parks, 4,949.94; J. M. Purvis, 4,849.98; R. B. Rorke, 4,599.96; Other 

salaries, 107,386.30 161,385 88 



Expenses ($151,588.28) 



Travelling Expenses: 



I. M. Balsillie, 874.70; A. M. Barr, 900.28; J. H. Clark, 1,862.17; J. A. Dalrymple, 
912.12; L. A. Donoghue, 1,465.07; W. B. George, 830.47; R. D. Kelly, 1,215.54; 
D. A. Knapp, 994.11; F. J. Parish, 976.73; D. L. Parks, 1,693.18; H. S. Ransom, 
917.10; N. B. Sinclair, 860.48; Accounts under $800, 4,921.07 18,423 02 



Miscellaneous: 

Bruce Coal Co., Ltd., 7,166.61; Cherry-Burrell Corporation of Canada, Ltd., 
3,038.66; Gamble-Robinson, Ltd., 2,275.69; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 2,564.43; Kempt- 
ville Creameries, Ltd., 8,661.53; Kemptville Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 
2,932.72; Oxford-on-Rideau Egg Producers' Co-operative, 7,891.30; Pay List, 
wages of men, 40,541.79; J. K. Smiley, 3,270.55; G. W. Van Allen & Sons, 2,244.45; 
Accounts under $2,000, 52,577.53 133,165 26 



Repairs and Alterations ($11,652.43) 

Kennedy Hardware, 2,211.26; Pay List, wages of men, 3,219.96; Accounts under 

$2,000, 6,221.21 11,652 43 

Kemptville Agricultural School $324,626 59 



1956-57 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A 29 



ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, GUELPH 

Summary 



Salaries 

General Office 423,785 66 

Agricultural Economics. .. . 70,911 24 

Agricultural Engineering. . . 154,399 53 

Animal Husbandry 150,982 41 

Apiculture 39,509 75 

Bacteriology 109,707 93 

Botany 85,411 40 

Chemistry 81,649 08 

Dairying 46,691 04 

English 39,732 13 

Entomology and Zoology. . 76,815 37 

Field Husbandry 131,705 44 

Horticulture 107,422 16 

Nutrition 84,837 18 

Physics 38,097 39 

Physical Education 24,627 36 

Poultry 130,159 40 

Public Relations 92,992 35 

Soils 134,936 45 



Expenses 



Total 



879,711 64 


1,303,497 30 


19,084 61 


89,995 85 


52,503 99 


206,903 52 


121,091 58 


272,073 99 


7,866 49 


47,376 24 


12,936 20 


122,644 13 


11,191 47 


96,602 87 


11,294 21 


92,943 29 


39,407 71 


86,098 75 


2,054 64 


41,786 77 


16,602 92 


93,418 29 


34,298 22 


166,003 66 


35,405 32 


142,827 48 


28,189 18 


113,026 36 


9,823 47 


47,920 86 


6,696 74 


31,324 10 


149,459 01 


279,618 41 


42,942 74 


135,935 09 


49,428 16 


184,364 61 



2,024,373 27 1,529,988 30 3,554,361 57 



Salaries ($2,024,373.27) 

W. C. Allan, 4,949.94; G. VV. Anderson, 5,691.62; H. D. Ayers, 6,949.98; R. O 
Bibbey, 7,249.98; L. A. Birk, 6,199.92; G. D. Brady, 5,250.00; H. D. Branion 
8,349.96; R. S. Brown, 8,349.96; W. H. Brown, 5,899.92; L. R. Bryant, 6,799.98 
R. J. Bryden, 5,674.98; P. W. Burke, 5,149.98; L. V. Busch, 4,749.96; H. W 
Caldwell, 5,397.33; D. R. Campbell, 7,574.94; J. A. Carpenter, 5,057.78; W 
Carpenter, 5,574.96; J. R. Cavers, 8,699.94; F. E. Chase, 6,249.96; D. E. Clark 
4,620.00; C. T. Corke, 5,310.00; A. DeVos, 5,899.92; S. E. Dixon, 5,099.94 
R. J. Douglas, 5,310.00; C. G. Downing, 8,699.94; C. C. Duncan, 4,949.94 
J. A. Eccles, 6,199.98; R. H. Ellis, 4,599.96; E. V. Evans, 6,600.00; VV. T. Ewen 
5,574.96; A. E. Fahl, 4,599.96; F. L. Ferguson, 6,116.94; C. C. Filman, 4,683.26 
R. P. Forshaw, 5,574.96; J. F. Francis, 6,799.98; E. VV. Franklin, 5,574.96 
R. S. Fulkerson, 5,199.96; S. G. Fushtey, 5,199.96; J. W. Garland, 5,559.96 

E. H. Garrard, 8,349.96; H. W. Goble, 6,799.98; R. Goodwin-Wilson, 5,724.99 
T. O. Graham, 6,450.00; K. F. Gregory, 5,799.96; D. C. Hamilton, 4,549.98 

F. VV. Hamilton, 6,199.92; J. D. Harvey, 5,199.96; C. P. Hedlin, 5,349.96; T. J 
Heeg, 6,199.92; VV. E. Heming, 6,949.98; N. H. High, 7,649.94; D. C. Hill 
6,600.00; R. J. Hilton, 6,430.00; F. R. Hore, 5.559.96; D. N. Huntlev, 7,799.94 

C. M. Huntsman, 5,349.96; R. H. Ingram, 5,850.00; R. W. Irwin, 4,759.92 

D. M. Irvine, 5,741.66; F. N. Jerome, 5,899.92; R. A. Johnston, 4,949.94; G. E 
Jones, 5,749.92; D. C. Jordan, 5,310.00; R. Keegan, 5,674.98; C. B. Kelly 
5,899.92; VV. O. Kennedy, 5,574.96; J. VV. Ketcheson, 5,349.96; M. A. King 
5,059.92; T. H. Lane, 5,149.98; A. G. Leggatt, 4,749.96; J. D. MacLachlan 
11,599.98; E. B. MacNaughton, 7,101.22; B. H. MacNeill, 6,249.96; B. C 
Matthews, 6,449.94; J. D. McConachie, 4,599.96; O. McConkey, 6,499.98 
L. A. McDermott, 6,249.96; E. C. McLean, 7,249.98; A. G. McNally, 5,674.98 
W. F. Mitchell, 6,150.00; R. C. Moffatt, 5,784.88; F. H. Montgomery, 7,249.98 
J. G. Morton, 5,674.98; F. F. Morwick, 6,799.98; I. Motzok, 6,600.00; A. J 
Musgrave, 5,387.46; L. Z. O'Neil, 6,137.46; H. L. Orr, 5,059.92; J. G. Oughton 
6,450.00; R. H. Ozburn, 7,049.94; O. T. Page, 5,641.64; A. M. Pearson, 5,199.96 
D. H. Pengelly, 5,099.94; A. J. Peppin, 4,599.96; H. VV. Pettipiere, 5,175.77 
J. H. Pettit, 6,600.00; J. Pos, 4,959.96; G. E. Raithby, 8,349.96; J. C. Rennie 
6,449.94; N. R. Richards, 8,349.96; R. T. Riddell, 5,574.96; D. A. Riggs, 5,059,92 
C. VV. Riley, 6,499.98; A. C. Robertson, 5,349.96; A. M. Ross, 5,549.97; J. R 
Rothwell, 5,149.98; J. R. Scott, 6,799.98; R. W. Sheard, 4,620.00; R. VV. Shuel 
6,199.92; D. B. Shutt, 5,574.96; E. I. Sillman, 4,749.96; S. J. Slinger, 7,049.94 
J. A. Smith, 4,724.97; E. S. Snyder, 7,049.94; P. H. Southwell, 5,559.96; W. H 
Sproule, 8,349.96; M. W. Staples, 6,199.92; E. C. Stillwell, 6,450.00; C. M 
Switzer, 5,059.92; J. C. Taylor, 4,699.98; F. H. Theakston, 6,949.98; N. J. Thomas 
5,899.92; H. Tiessen, 4,733.30; W. E. Tossell, 6,749.94; G. F. Townsend, 8,349.96 
B. E. Twamley, 5,099.94; W. H. Waddell, 5,674.98; D. Waghorne, 6,259.92 



JIG.— 7 



A 30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 

J. P. Walker, 4,637.46; G. L. Warlow, 5,199.96; C. G. Waywell, 4,949.94; J. A. 
Weall, 4,699.98; E. G. Webb, 5,674.98; L. R. Webber, 6,199.92; A. A. Wellwood, 
5,674.98; A. L. Willis, 6,199.92; D. F. Witherspoon, 5,059.92; M. L. Wright, 

6,249.96; P. A. Wright, 5,649.96; W. A. Young, 5,610.00; Other salaries, 

1,187,445.40 2,024,373 27 

Expenses ($1,529,988.30) 

General Office Expenses ($879,711.64) 
Wages— Casual Labour 226,331 92 

Temporary Assistance, including Extra Lecturers and expenses of Short Courses: 

Accounts under $2,000 14,449 27 

Contingencies, Stationery, Printing, Postage: 

Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada Ltd., 2,272.73; Bawden Industries, Ltd., 
2,556.97; Instruments (1951), Ltd., 2,125.34; International Machinery Co., Ltd., 

3,706.00; Queen's Printer, 7,672.16; Township of Guelph, 3,234.05; Express, 

etc., 4,171.44; postage, 10,224.30; telephone, 2,049.44; books, periodicals, etc., 
4,102.42; accounts under $2,000, 16,570.07; Add: Cost of work done by Public 
Relations, 824.65 59,509 57 

Travelling Expenses: 

Accounts under $800 3,019 38 

Library: 

Newspapers, books and periodicals, 5,725.72; accounts under $2,000, 660.23; 

Add: Cost of work done by Public Relations, 93.00 6,478 95 

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

Animal Husbandry Department, O.A.C., 3,139.88; Balfours, Ltd., 3,356.13; 
Board of Light and Heat Commissioners, Guelph, 4,143.73; Canada Bread Co., 
Ltd., 6,444.04; Canada Coal, Ltd., 74,403.62; Canada Packers, Ltd., 9,262.48; 
Canadian Canners (Hamilton), Ltd., 7,757.41; Dairy Department, O.A.C., 
24,331.38; J. L. Fielding & Co., 3,661.40; Gamble-Robinson, Ltd., 3,126.99; 
General Supply Co. of Canada, Ltd., 2,932.66; Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario, 30,670.53; F. T. James Fish Co., Ltd., 2,460.12; J. Maus, 2,492.00; 
National Grocers Co., Ltd., 14,187.25; Poultry Department, O.A.C, 8,879.24; 
J. M. Schneider, Ltd., 52,976.55; United Co-operatives of Ontario, 11,051.00; 
Whyte Packing Co., Ltd., 12,594.39; Chas. Yeates & Co., Ltd., 6,639.57; York 
Trading, Ltd., 7,836.67; Accounts under $2,000, 33,573.05 325,920 09 

Furniture, Furnishings, Equipment and Supplies: 

Canada Machinery Corporation, 2,101.65; Canadian Office & School Furniture, 

Ltd., 2,710.55; F. W. Gilchrist Co., Ltd., 4,039.00; Accounts under $2,000, 

12,384.89 21,236 09 

Student Labour: 

Sundry Students, 18,367.20; Less transferred to Macdonald Institute, 1,088.64. . 17,278 56 

Telephone Service, Rent, etc. : 

Bell Telephone Company of Canada, 16,997.87; Less transferred to Macdonald 

Institute, 1,267.00 15,730 87 

Scholarships: 

Sundry Students 800 00 

Students' Teams, Judging at Exhibitions: 

Sundry Persons 1,100 00 

Special Research Work in Different Divisions: 

V. Terasmae, 2,319.96; Canada Packers, Ltd., 6,193.04; Central Scientific Co. 
of Canada, Ltd., 2,194.82; A. C. Martin, Ltd., 3,042.30; Monroe Calculating 

Machine Co. of Canada, Ltd., 8,730.00; Stevens Companies, 4,427.50; 

Accounts under $2,000, 25,380.91 52,288 53 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A31 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph — Continued 
General Office Expenses — Continued 

Purchase and Maintenance of Automobiles, Trucks and Tractors: 

B & R Motors, Ltd., 6,301.73; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 8,857.14; Dominion 
of Canada General Insurance Co., 3,334.48; Hanna Sales & Service Ltd., 8,405.08; 
Heffernan Motor Car, Ltd., 2,662.08; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 5,133.25; Wellington 
Motors, Ltd., 4,103.47; Accounts under $2,000, 14,111.10 52,908 33 

Repairs and Alterations, including Permanent Improvements: 

R. O. Barber, Ltd., 3,717.06; Bennett & Wright, Ltd., 9,457.66; H. L. Bohn 
Agencies, 3,510.41; Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 2,711.22; Ellis & Howard, Ltd., 
7,182.78; Gaffney Construction Co., Ltd., 2,161.38; Guelph Chemicals, Ltd., 
2,439.87; Harlock-Schultz Electric Co., 2,181.59; Knight Lumber Co., Ltd., 
12,204.80; Marshall Refrigeration Co., Ltd., 3,581.89; Vallance, Brown Co., 

Ltd., 9,314.00; Accounts under $2,000, 44,157.98 102,620 64 

Less: Cost of materials transferred to Macdonald Institute, 
3,905.54; Ontario Veterinary College, 6,064.52; Other Divi- 
sions, 11,577.96 21,548 02 

81,072 62 

Fire Prevention and Equipment etc.: 

Accounts under $2,000 1,587 46 

Other Divisions Expenses ($650,276.66) 
Temporary Services: 

Pay List, wages of lecturers, student labour, farm hands, etc 165,576 84 

Travelling Expenses: 

W. H. Armstrong, 805.39; D. A. Blair, 2,451.49; J. Bryant, 946.98; G. Burnett, 
2,816.82; H. W. Caldwell, 1,238.30; J. R. Cockburn, 1,095.21; J. A. Dier, 1,084.80; 
C. G. Downing, 1,099.97; W. T. Ewen, 1,487.65; A. E. Fahl, 980.12; W. G. 
Fulton, 1,225.89; A. Gillespie, 1,365.68; G. M. Given, 1,486.61; H. Harrison, 
2,851.49; F. R. Hore, 832.33; E. C. Hunt, 1,030.13; D. N. Huntley, 1,049.73; 
M. T. Kurp, 935.99; T. H. Lane, 1,032.36; C. H. Lloyd, 991.04; D. Logsdail, 
1,437.96; J. H. McConnell, 821.00; R. A. McEwan, 1,749.91; H. Newman, 
1,024.86; L. J. Ozburn, 1,393.69; G. E. Raithby, 1,061.83; N. R. Richards, 
1,342.54; A. C. Robertson, 940.82; M. D. Scott, 1,308.63; R. W. Sheard, 1,016.06; 
W. H. Sproule, 1,444.78; E. Stoehr, 1,719.52; N. J. Thomas, 1,151.01; W. E. 
Tossell, 1,120.01; R. G. Trimble, 1,103.65; R. Vanden Bossche, 2,974.17; W. J. 
Wallace, 1,514.27; G. L. Warlow, 1,491.85; Accounts under $800, 47,762.22. . 99,186 76 

Maintenance : 

L. Aberlie, 2,533.04; Allis-Chalmers Rumely, Ltd., 2,051.52; Animal Husbandry 
Department, O.A.C., 17,548.26; W. N. Barton, 2,084.64; Bond Hardware Co., 
Ltd., 2,609.42; G. Boreham, 4,749.97; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 
9,711.87; Canadian Office & School Furniture, Ltd., 2,711.40; Central Scientific 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 4,363.32; Cherry-Burrell Corp. of Canada Ltd., 2,622.96; 
Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, 3,407.93; Davison Bros., 3,740.29; 
Doughty & McFarlane, 7,207.09; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 6,257.72; Gestetner 
(Canada) Ltd., 4,706.25; Haloid Co. of Canada Ltd., 2,540.12; Hanna Sales & 
Service, Ltd., 3,860.56; Hays Farms, Ltd., 3,145.00; Heath Co., 2,573.87; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., 2,169.73; International Business Machines Co., Ltd., 3,026.55; W. J. 
Kay, 2,215.75; Ketchum Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 8,570.11; Knight Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 2,616.76; J. W. Maus, 3,650.40; Milton Milling Co., Ltd., 5,815.75; 
Pioneer Equipment Co., 2,439.98; Queen's Printer, 24,065.70; Smith's Feed 
Mill, 4,323.40; Sorvall, Ivan Inc., 2,296.61; Stewart's Drug Store, 8,098.84; 
Underwood Ltd., 2,429.21; United Co-operatives of Ontario, 51,275.92; Zettle's 

Tractor & Equipment Sales, 2,825.03; Express, etc., 2,025.03; books, 

periodicals, etc., 7,855.68; telephone, 4,231.93; accounts under $2,000, 154,551.09; 
Add: Cost of materials transferred from Repairs and Alterations, 11,577.96; 

Public Relations, 2,062.25 396,548 91 

Less Refunds, etc.: 

Excise tax on alcohol 1,080 95 

Various Branches, multigraph and exhibit 

services 9,947 15 

Cost of Public Relations work transferred to 

Macdonald Institute 7 75 

11,035 85 

385,513 06 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph $3,554,361 57 



A 32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

MACDONALD INSTITUTE, GUELPH 

Salaries ($116,956.01) 

D. R. Baskerville, 4,500.00; E. L. Bray, 5,400.00; L. E. Brill, 5,149.98; G. R. Couling, 
4,583.28; E. M. Curran, 4,699.98; G. C. Frank, 5,149.92; M. I. Irwin, 5,529.11; 
M. S. McCready, 7,999.98; M. Sanderson, 5,599.92; O. M. Wallace, 5,199.96; 
Other salaries, 63,143.88 116,956 01 

Expenses ($51,379.17) 

T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 2,361.63; Queen's Printer, 2,409.01; Simmons, Ltd., 2,568.25; 
Temporary services: Sundry instructors, stenographers, maids, etc., 10,226.09; 

Accounts under $2,000, 27,545.26; Add: Telephone, labour and materials, 

etc., transferred from Ontario Agricultural College, 6,268.93 51,379 17 

Fuel and Light ($12,346.64) 

Canada Coal, Ltd., 10,186.64; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 2,160.00 12,346 64 
Macdonald Institute, Guelph $180,681 82 



ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE, GUELPH 

Salaries ($499,418.37) 

J. Archibald, 6,899.94; J. H. Ballantyne, 7,599.96; C. A. Barker, 6,749.94; D. A. 
Barnum, 6,449.94; H. T. Batt, 8,349.96; W. J. Beaty, 5,824.98; C. R. Cameron, 
4,949.94; A. J. Cawley, 5,149.98; J. F. Cote, 5,149.98; H. G. Downie, 6,449.94; 
A. E. Ferguson, 3,399.96; N. A. Fish, 5,899.92; F. E. Gattinger, 4,649.94; J. P. 
Gilman, 6,749.94; J. S. Glover, 2,246.64; W. C. Hare, 5,936.64; J. A. Henderson, 
8,699.94; F. D. Horney, 5,149.98; R. J. Humble, 5,674.98; T. L. Jones, 10,449.96; 
A. A. Kingscote, 8,349.96; J. W. MacPherson, 5.283.32; D. C. Maplesden, 
5,899.92; B. M. McCraw, 5,049.94; J. K. McGregor, 5,199.96; B. J. McSherry, 
5,574.96; F. J. Milne, 7,949.94; W. R. Mitchell, 2,379.98; H. J. Neely, 1,863.34; 
W. T. Oliver, 5,412.46; C. K. Roe, 5,649.96; H. C. Rowsell, 5,966.63; J. D. 
Schroder, 6,449.94; D. L. Smith, 8,349.96; Other salaries, 297,605.64 499,418 37 

Travelling Expenses ($13,981.60) 
T. L. Jones, 1,238.11; H. J. Neely, 991.30; Accounts under $800, 11,752.19. . . . 13,981 60 

Apparatus, Telephone Service, Maintenance, etc., 
and Contingencies ($246,255.82) 

Abbott Laboratories, Ltd., 2,192.52; Ayerst, McKenna & Harrison, Ltd., 5,306.74; 
Canadian Industrial Alcohols & Chemicals, Ltd., 4,408.46; Canadian Laboratory 
Supplies, Ltd., 4,280.06; Canadian Office & School Furniture, Ltd., 2,054.20; 
William Dawson Subscription Service, Ltd., 3,159.07; Fisher Scientific Co., 
Ltd., 5,832.90; Kennedy's Bookstore, Ltd., 2,564.53; National Stationers, Ltd., 
4,693.34; Pay List, wages of men, 77,543.71; Richards Glass Co., Ltd., 2,076.46; 
Rootes Motors (Canada), Ltd., 2,314.44; W. E. Saunders, Ltd., 3,595.63; Stevens 
Companies, 5,805.98; Stevenson, Turner & Boyce, Ltd., 2,654.84; Student Labour, 
30,925.47; United Electric X-Ray Co., 2,455.21; Wallace Printing Co., Ltd., 

5,995.50; Postage, 4,127.10; telephone, 6,812.97; accounts under $2,000, 

71,164.93 249,964 06 

Less: Refund, excise tax on alcohol 3,708 24 



246,255 82 



Scholarships and Prizes ($515.00) 
Accounts under $2,000 515 00 

Research, Investigation and Extension Work in connection with 
Health of Animals, Services and Equipment ($52,898.95) 
Salaries: 

J. Belcher, 5,149.98; G. R. Carter, 6,499.92; K. A. McKay, 5,149.98; F. H. 

Newbould, 4,949.94; C. G. Wills, 5,899.92 27,649 74 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $2,000 25,249 21 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 33 

Ontario Veterinary College, Guelph — Continued 

Extension ($79,399.34) 

(Regional Office and Laboratories) 

Salaries: 

A. E. Ferguson, 3,099.96; J. S. Glover, 3,953.28; W. R. Mitchell, 4,120.00; H. J. 

Neely, 3,286.64; Other salaries, 19,672.38 34,132 26 

Miscellaneous: 

Ocean Chemicals, Ltd., 2,384.00; Stewart's Drug Store. 4,208.00; Stewart Lumber, 

Ltd., 4,705.94; Accounts under $2,000, 27,881.52; Add: Costs of repairs and 

alterations and Public Relations work transferred from Ontario Agricultural 

College, 6,087.62 45,267 08 

Grant, Waterloo Holstein Breeders' Association, Inc. ($1,800.00) 
Waterloo Holstein Breeders' Association, Inc 1,800 00 

Kemptville Unit ($20,897.30) 

Salaries : 

E. B. Meads, 5,649.96; Other salaries, 9,987.51 15,637 47 

Travelling Expenses: 

E. B. Meads, 2,492.76; Accounts under $800, 701.10 3,193 86 

Maintenance- 
Accounts under $2,000 2,065 97 

Northern Ontario Unit ($7,999.54) 
Metal Fabricators, Ltd., 2,273.86; Accounts under $2,000, 5,725.68 7,999 54 

Ridgetown Unit ($14,298.87) 

Salaries : 

G. R. Doidge, 4,849.92; Other salaries, 2,319.96 7,169 88 

Travelling Expenses: 

G. R. Doidge, 1,073.68; Accounts under $800, 503.45 1,577 13 

Maintenance: 

Pay List, wages of men, 2,701.92; Accounts under $2,000, 2,849.94 5,551 86 

Disease Prevention 

Experimental Disease Station (Farm), ($13,899.02) 
Salaries: 

Sundry Employees 3,489 96 

Miscellaneous: 

Harvey R. Groat, 3,375.55; Accounts under $2,000, 7,033.51 10,409 06 

Fuel, Light and Laundry ($24,997.35) 

Canada Coal, Ltd., 11,837.81; Hvdro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 

10,800.00; Accounts under $2,000, 2,359.54 24,997 35 

Ontario Veterinary College, Guelph $976,361 16 



WESTERN ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL AND EXPERIMENTAL FARM, RIDGETOWN 

Salaries ($89,979.64) 

J. J. Neilson, 5,524.98; J. C. Stecklev, 8,149.98; J. E. Turnbull, 2,000.00; J. W. 

Underwood, 4,575.00; E. L. Woodley, 5,524.98; Other salaries, 64,204.70. . 89,979 64 



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No. 1 



Western Ontario Agricultural School and Experimental Farm, Ridgetown — Continued 

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

Supplies, Travelling Expenses, Educational Work, 

Contingencies ($39,943.86) 

Travelling Expenses: 

Accounts under S800 



447 00 



Miscellaneous: 

L. H. Gray. 2,521.38; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 2,259.79; C. Johnston Motors, Ltd., 
5,104,89; Ridge Motor Sales, 2,540.02; Thamesville District Co-operative Associa- 
tion, 4,118.06; Accounts under $2,000, 22,952.72 39,496 86 



Warwick & Son, 5,983.72; 



Repairs and Alterations ($9,782.77) 
-Accounts under $2,000, 3,799.05. . 



9,782 77 



Agricultural School 
Salaries, Travelling Expenses, Supplies and Equipment ($64,990.68) 



Travelling Expenses: 
Accounts under $800. 



3,876 74 



Miscellaneous: 

National Grocers Co., Ltd., 2,399.68; Pay List, wages of men, 27,611.03; Ridge- 
town Public Utilities Commission, 2,526.54; Silcox Hardware, 2,542.99; Union 
Gas Company of Canada, 3,620.16; Accounts under $2,000, 22,413.54.... 61,113 94 

Western Ontario Agricultural School and Experimental 

Farm, Ridgetown $204,696 95 



STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($10,000.00) 



Hon. W. A. Goodfellow (August 1, 1956 to March 31, 1957) 

Hon. Fletcher S. Thomas (April 1, 1956 to July 31, 1956) 



6,666 68 
3,333 32 



The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation 

1 Elizabeth II, Chap. 45 
Salaries ($82,870.57) 

J. O. Fraser, 4,069.30; F. P. Johnston, 5,130.96; L. I. Lees, 5,545.98; E. A. Western, 

3,356.63; Other slaries, 64,767.70 82,870 57 

Travelling Expenses ($11,677.10) 

G. W. Arnold, 841.03; E. W. Baird, 1,508.16; R. Bradey, 938.90; R. M. Hepburn, 
1,300.72; W. J. Houlgrave, 1,286.59; L. T. McLaughlin, 884.52; W. G. McNall, 
914.96; R. J. Rogers, 806.91; Accounts under $800, 3,195.31 11,677 10 

Maintenance ($5,339.68) 
Queen's Printer, 4,233.75; Accounts under $2,000, 1,105.93 5,339 68 

Services, Fees and Other Expenses ($24,453.45) 

Sundry Inspectors, services, 16,858.75; Daly, Thistle, Judson and Harvev, 7,500.00; 

Accounts under $2,000, 94.70 24,453 45 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Cor- 
poration $124,340 80 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A 35 

Statutory — Continued 
Ontario Telephone Authority 

3 Elizabeth II, Chap. 94, Sec. 96 
Salaries ($72,680.43) 

H. Banning, 3,550.00; V. B. Flynn, 7,560.00; T. Grindlay, 6,609.96; R. V. Hand- 
forth, 6,609.96; H. A. Rogers, 7,500.00; A. VV. Smith, 9,210.00; R. E. Smythe, 
6,000.00; Other salaries, 25,640.51 72,680 43 

Travelling Expenses ($11,304.79) 

V. B. Flynn, 1,244.97; F. Gemmell, 3,567.32; V. S. Jobbins, 2,961.44; Accounts 

under $800, 3,531.06 11,304 79 

Maintenance ($8,634.17) 

Queen's Printer, 4,551.68; Accounts under $2,000, 4,082.49 8,634 17 

Ontario Telephone Authority $92,619 39 

Statutory $226,960 19 

Total Expenditure, Department of Agriculture, $11,483,462.57 



PART B 



DEPARTMENT 

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ATTORNEY-GENERAL 

FISCAL YEAR, 1956-57 
TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Main Office, Salaries, Maintenance, etc ° 

Office of the Legislative Counsel 10 

Office of the Registrar of Regulations 10 

Supreme Court of Ontario 10 

Accountant's Office 14 

Supreme Court Reporters 11 

Master of Titles Office 11 

Criminal Justice Accounts 11 

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

Magistrates 12 

Crime Detection Laboratory 13 

Public Trustee's Office 13 

Official Guardian's Office 14 

Fire Marshal's Office 15 

Inspector of Legal Offices 15 

Ontario Provincial Police 17 

Ontario Securities Commission 20 

Statutory 21 

Supreme Court Judges, Allowances 21 

Administration of Justice Expenses Act 21 

Allowances to Magistrates 21 

Probation Offices 21 

County and District Judges, Allowances 22 

Crown Contributions re Plans under The Registry Act 22 

Registrars of Deeds, Supplementing Incomes 22 

Expenses of Elections 23 

Payments under The Audit Act 23 

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1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B9 

DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL 

Hon. A. Kelso Roberts, Minister (Statutory, see page B 21) 

MAIN OFFICE 
Salaries ($176,386.42) 

C. R. Magone Deputy Attorney-General 15,499 98 

W. C. Bowman, 8,139.96; W. B. Common, 13,149.96; D. V. Gaebel, 4,559.94; 
H. Gourley, 6,124.98; C. P. Hope, 10,774.92; R. H. Humphries, 4,895.80; M. A. 
Laird, 5,449.98; A. W. Nicol, 7,110.00; E. R. Pepper, 5,259.96; E. H. Silk, 
12,649.98; Other salaries, 82,770.96 176,386 42 

Travelling Expenses ($5,492.23) 

Hon. A. KelsoT Roberts, 915.95; W. B. Common, 1,174.82; Accounts under 

$800, 3,401.46 5,492 23 

Maintenance ($44,791.93) 

Grand & Toy Ltd., 2,781.20; Mitchell Houghton Ltd., 3,014.15; Queen's Printer, 

21,197.87; Telephone, 2,811.16; accounts under $2,000, 14,987.55 44,791 93 

Crown Counsel Prosecutions ($29,844.12) 

Fees and Expenses: 

Arnoldi, Parry & Campbell, 3,800.00; S. A. Caldbick, 2,918.35; G. VV. Ford, 

2,800.00; G. T. Walsh, 12,000.00; Accounts under $2,000, 8,325.77 29,844 12 

General Litigation and Legal Services ($1,067.08) 

Sundry Litigations: 

Accounts under $2,000 1,067 08 

Commissions and Sundry Investigations ($6,394.75) 

Study of existing contracts, bonds and bonding practices of the Department of 
Highways : 
C. P. McTague, 3,250.00; Wilton & Bruce, 2,758.98 6,008 98 

Sundry Enquiries: 

Accounts under $2,000 385 77 

Law Revision Committee Expenses ($3,627.65) 

Accounts under $2,000 3,627 65 

Cost of Living Bonus ($170,176.66) 

Sundry Employees 1 70, 1 76 66 

Workmen's Compensation Board — Awards and Costs ($75.86) 
Workmen's Compensation Board 75 86 

Grant to, and Expenses of, Conferences on Improving Laws ($1,344.10) 

Grant: 

Conference of Commissioners on Uniformity of Legislation in Canada 200 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

Accounts under $800 1,144 10 

Grants to County Law Libraries ($6,750.00) 

Sundry Library Associations 6,750 00 

Law Library— Books, Reports, etc. ($1,377.46) 

Accounts under $2,000 1,377 46 

SIG— 8 



B 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Continued 

Compassionate Allowances to Family of the late Judge]B. r J.fMcKitrick, 

the Widow of the late Constable N. F. Maker and to pay certain 

Ex-Officials, not entitled to a Superannuation Allowance, 

as authorized by the Attorney-General ($9,388.14) 

Sundry Persons 9,388 14 

Main Office $456,716 40 



OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL 
Salaries ($37,594.24) 

W. C. Alcombrack, 7,639.92; V. J. Johnson, 5,424,96; L. R. MacTavish, 11,610.00; 

Other salaries, 12,919.36 37,594 24 

Maintenance ($1,500.00) 

Accounts under $2,000 1,500 00 

Office of the Legislative Counsel $39,094 24 



OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR OF REGULATIONS 

Salaries ($16,566.25) 

M. L. Piper, 5,700.00; A. N. Stone, 5,874.96; Other salaries, 4,991.29 16,566 25 

Maintenance ($1,000.00) 

Accounts under $2,000 1,000 00 

Office of the Registrar of Regulations $17,566 25 



SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 

Grant to Judges' Library ($1,500.00) 

Treasurer, Judges' Library 1 ,500 00 

Judges' Staff, Salaries ($48,762.77) 
Sundry Employees 48,762 77 

Master's Office 

Salaries ($75,752.05) 

R. E. Anglin, 6,399.96; J. S. Beatty, 8,460.00; H. G. Bristow, 7,159.92; F. G. Cook, 
9,559.92; F. G. Cushing, 9,660.00; A. S. Marriott, 11,324.94; D. W. Rose, 6,849.96; 
C. G. Spanner, 5,449.92; Other salaries, 10,887.43 75,752 05 

Registrar's Office 
Salaries ($114,109.75) 

G. F. Beddis, 5,327.72; C. C. Bradley, 4,849.92; G. K. McBride, 5,250.00; C. W. 

Smyth, 10,249.98; Other salaries, 88,432.13 114,109 75 

Maintenance ($19,875.88) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., 2,152.00; Queen's Printer, 12,921.16; Accounts under $2,000, 

4,802.72 19,875 88 

Supreme Court of Ontario $260,000 45 






1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B 11 

SUPREME COURT REPORTERS 
Salaries ($96,546.47) 

J. W. Aikens, 5,449.92; B. Anthony, 4,849.92; G. R. Baker, 5,250.00; R. N. Dickson, 
5,449.92; E. S. Forsythe, 5,017.74; L. W. Hiscoke, 5,049.96; F. A. Luet, 5,449.92; 
J. B. McGregor, 5,449.92; F. J. McGuigan, 5,049.96; G. Mitchell, 5,449.92; 
J. I. Nelson, 4,650.00; J. I. O'Donnell, 4,849.92; F. T. Pettet, 5,250.00; W. J.. 

Reeves, 4,650.00; H. O. Taylor, 5,859.96; H. W. Tuck, 5,449.92; Other 

salaries, 16,952.77 100,129 75 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 3,583 28 

96,546 47 

Travelling Expenses ($19,421.60) 

J. W. Aikens, 1,009.35; B. Anthony, 1,530.01; L. W. Hiscoke, 802.37; J. B. Mc- 
Gregor, 963.22; F. J. McGuigan, 866.65; G. Mitchell, 2,560.67; J. I. Nelson, 
928.60; J. I. O'Donnell, 1,514.89; A. D. O'Neill, 1,045.10; P. W. Parsons, 928.34; 

F. T. Pettet, 1,171.50; W. J. Reeves, 1,516.62; G. R. Slugg, 1,476.56; Accounts 

under $800, 3,107.72 19,421 60 

Services Reporting and Maintenance ($2,879.26) 
Queen's Printer, 2,243.89; Accounts under $2,000, 635.37 2,879 26 

Supreme Court Reporters $1 18,847 33 



MASTER OF TITLES OFFICE 
Salaries ($119,188.60) 

B. C. Durrant, 5,310.00; A. W. Knapp, 5,349.96; W. M. Magwood, 10,059.96; 

S. Mercer, 6,459.96; S. Smith, 5,774.94; Other salaries, 86,233.78 119,188 60 

Maintenance ($16,764.77) 

E. Boucher, 4,254.00; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 2,446.36; Queen's Printer, 

6,210.36; Accounts under $2,000, 3,854.05 16,764 77 

Master of Titles Office $135,953 37 



CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACCOUNTS 

Audit Office 

Salaries ($18,704.77) 

M. M. Parkhill, 5,049.96; Other salaries, 13,654.81 18,704 77 

Maintenance ($1,624.33) 

Accounts under $2,000 1,624 33 

Counties and Cities, Administration of Justice ($949,694.92) 

Brant, 15,726.50; Bruce, 9,949.12; Carleton, 62,117.61; Dufferin, 1,346.25; Elgin, 
18,019.03; Essex, 47,934.38; Frontenac, 19,858.79; Grey, 22,428.61; Haldimand, 
10,462.04; Halton, 10,697.55; Hamilton, 30,843.66; Hastings, 10,653.21; Huron, 
7,893.83; Kent, 9,360.69; Lambton, 10,409.69; Lanark, 5,397.62; Leeds and 
Grenville, 18,165.08; Lennox and Addington, 6,217.98; Lincoln, 19,870.89; 
Middlesex, 28,606.74; Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 140,530.91; Norfolk, 
9,791.26; Northumberland and Durham, 9,782.76; Ontario, 15,503.48; Oxford, 
14,706.73; Peel, 12,096.67; Perth, 12,054.73; Peterborough, 10,503.14; Prescott 
and Russell, 9,335.25; Prince Edward, 3,728.69; Renfrew, 13,550.12; Simcoe, 
25,306.34; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 17,993.05; Toronto, 4,230.79; 
Victoria, 4,452.41; Waterloo, 12,734.87; Welland, 17,004.27; Wellington, 

15,802.01; Wentworth, 7,555.81; York, 6,719.67; Accounts under $2,000, 

28.86 729,371 09 



B 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Criminal Justice Accounts — Continued 

Counties and Cities, Administration of Justice — Continued 

Crown Attorneys, Assistant Crown Attorneys and Clerical Assistants— Salaries: 
J. A. Bradshavv, 8,499.96; H. L. Daufman, 9,324.96; H. R. Deyman, 7,674.96; 
E. A. Duchesne, 7,860.00; T. F. Forestell, 9,899.94; L. H. Goodwin, 8,724.96; 
A. C. Hall, 9,899.94; H. G. Hays, 6,059.94; S. A. Logan, 7,799.94; B. J. Mac- 
donald, 11,724.96; H. F. McCulloch, 10,924.92; R. A. Mercier, 10,674.96; J. A. 
Pringle, 7,560.00; C. C. Savage, 10,774.92; W. M. Thompson, 9,224.94; S. A. 
Ward, 7,560.00; Other salaries, 66,809.54 210,998 84 

Crown Attorneys on Commutation: 

J. A. Dulmage, 2,874.99; R. D. Evans, 2,250.00; J. M. Kearns, 4,200.00 9,324 99 



Districts, Administration of Justice 

Salaries ($716,502.43) 

Algoma, 96,506.44; Cochrane, 19,944,76; Kenora, 74,102.52; Manitoulin, 3,574.92; 
Muskoka, 6,262.85; Nipissing, 73,246.53; Parry Sound, 51,098.90; Rainy River, 
51,753.19; Sudbury, 130,912.32; Thunder Bay, 120,094.80; Timiskaming, 
89,005.20.. 716,502 43 

General Administration of Justice in Districts ($399,431.83) 

Algoma, 55,335.63; Cochrane, 44,584.62; Kenora, 38,254.05; Manitoulin, 5,173.30; 
Muskoka, 13,251.41; Nipissing, 29,147.31; Parry Sound, 27,919.22; Rainy 
River, 16,599.03; Sudbury, 73,946.33; Thunder Bay, 68,136.39; Timiskaming, 
25,508.68; Accounts under $2,000, 1,575.86 399,431 S3 



Magistrates and Juvenile Courts 

Salaries ($507,546.67) 

H. C. Arrell, 8,959.92; A. D. Barron, 7,059.96; F. W. Bartrem, 8,659.92; R. B. 
Baxter, 8,310.00; N. K. Bennett, 7,134.99; P. C. Bergeron, 8,310.00; S. T. Bigelow, 
10,059.96; K. A. Cameron, 8,959.92; T. A. Connor, 6,660.00; A. F. Cook, 7,759.92; 
F. C. Cornell, 6,960.00; J. A. Cox, 6,960.00; I. B. Craig, 8,910.00; W. W. Creighton, 
5,384.97; W. Davies, 6,960.00; J. C. Dunlap, 8,910.00; F. S. Ebbs, 8,310.00; 
T. S. Elmore, 10,560.00; G. R. Foster, 8,959.92; A. J. Fraser, 7,572.45; W. S. 
Gardner, 7,959.96; J. B. Garvin, 8,709.96; N. A. Gianelli, 8,659.92; M. G. Gould, 
4,874.94; R. G. Groom, 4,874.94; J. Grudeff, 9,447.42; F. C. Gullen, 10,059.96; 
P. T. Hake, 6,660.00; H. D. Hallett, 8,859.96; J. A. Hanrahan, 8,709.96; O. S. 
Hollinrake, 10,059.96; D. E. Holmes, 7,410.00; B. W. Hopkins, 10,059.96; H. P. 
Innes, 4,749.93; R. C. Jackson, 7,260.00; F. K. Jasperson, 7,851.63; G. H. Jermyn, 
7,410.00; I. C. Johnston, 7,389.96; E. W. Kenrick, 7,410.00; J. H. Kirkpatrick, 
8,310.00; L. Lalonde, 4,813.17; K. M. Langdon, 8,709.96; W. O. Langdon, 
8,859.96; M. Leger, 7,410.00; R. P. Locke, 9,559.92; W. K. MacGregor, 8,310.00; 
A. W. MacMillan, 10,059.96; O. M. Martin, 10,059.96; F. G. McAlister, 9,259.92; 
P. J. McAndrew, 7,759.92; O. C. McClevis, 6,960.00; W. W. McKeown, 10,059.96; 
J. R. McKnight, 5,934.99; D. B. Menzies, 10,059.96; A. S. Mitchell, 6,918.31; 
R. I. Moore, 6,859.92; A. R. O'Connor, 9,109.92; H. D. Peterson, 4,749.93; 
W. R. Philp, 8,709.96; J. L. Prentice, 10,059.96; J. L. Roberts, 8,059.92; J. E. 
Robinson, 10,059.96; J. Sauve, 8,697.45; F. H. Shaw, 5,622.42; J. T. Shillington, 
7,759.92; D. C. Smith, 7,410.00; E. D. Smith, 4,874.94; E. C. Spereman, 7,959.96; 
V. L. Stewart, 10,162.47; T. G. Street, 8,709.96; G. E. Strike, 10,059.96; C. A. 
Thoburn, 10,059.96; R. M. S. Thomas, 7,560.00; F. N. Thompson, 6,660.00; 
W. J. Tuchtie, 7,072.47; F. Watt, 7,560.00; D. Webster, 8,447.46; T. Y. Wills, 

8,709.96; T. H. Wolfe, 7,909.92; W. F. Woodliffe, 10,059.96; Other salaries, 

28,636.43 674,369 19 

Less Refunds: 

Sundry Cities 166,822 52 

507,546 67 



Travelling Expenses and Contingencies ($46,417.28) 

Sundry Magistrates — Travelling Expenses, 44,989.49; Rent, Stationery, etc., 

1,427.79 46,417 28 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B 13 

Criminal Justice Accounts — Continued 

Reimbursement of Salaries of Judges and Court Officials; 
Maintenance of Offices— Judicial Districts ($12,155.68) 

Algoma, 145.45; Cochrane and Timiskaming, 1,800.00; Kenora, 1,675.00; Muskoka, 
999.96; Nipissing, 1,361.14; Parry Sound, 1,339.96; Rainy River, 849.43; Sudbury, 
3,943.64; Thunder Bay, 41.10 12,155 68 

Travelling Expenses for Juvenile Court Judges and Probation Officers 
re Convention ($2,987.33) 

Accounts under $800 2,987 33 

Crime Detection Laboratory 
Salaries ($51,737.90) 

P. J. Cerlon, 5,649.96; D. A. Eagleson, 5,299.98; H. J. Funk, 4,649.94; L. J. Rogers, 

4,999.92; H. W. Smith, 8,659.92; Other salaries, 22,478.18 51,737 90 

Maintenance ($49,569.37) 
Queen's Printer, 45,521.39; Accounts under $2,000, 4,047.98 49,569 37 

Supervising Coroner 

Salary ($1,000.00) 

S. Lawson 1,000 00 

Grant to Legal Aid Fund, Law Society of Upper Canada ($3,000.00) 

Secretary, Law Society of Upper Canada 3,000 00 

Criminal Justice Accounts $2,760,372 51 



PUBLIC TRUSTEE'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($371,486.29) 

W. J. Black, 5,024.96; W. P. Boylan, 4,899.96; J. D. Bradford, 6,210.00; F. G. 
Brailey, 5,024.98; S. F. Cook, 4,749.96; A. Ellis, 7,560.00; E. A. Gelinas, 7,274.98; 
H. A. Goring, 4,699.98; K. G. Hoffman, 4,859.98; A. H. Krieger, 7,109.98; F. A. 
Levis, 6,924.98; F. J. Maher, 6,726.60; R. G. Parker, 5,266.90; A. Racine, 
12,650.00; J. C. Ready, 4,549.98; R. S. Roach, 6,549.96; L. H. Snider, 8,709.98; 
J. W. G. Thompson, 8,499.94; S. Winkler, 8,359.94; W. F. Wright, 6,499.98; 
Other salaries, 239,333.25 371,486 29 

Auditor's Fees ($3,666.67) 
E. C. Wheeler & Co 3,666 67 

Maintenance ($125,858.93) 

Travelling Expenses: 

E. C. Hardie, 2,398.75; H. A. H. McCrindle, 2,455.35; A. B. Nicholls, 2,446.20; 
B. G. Williams, 2,409.92; Accounts under $800, 1,635.50 11,345 72 

Miscellaneous: 

Department of Public Works, 91,431.00; Queen's Printer, 11,170.13; Postage, 

7,500.00; accounts under $2,000, 4,412.08 114,513 21 

Cost of Living Bonus ($5,720.07) 
Sundry Employees 5,720 07 



Total Expenditure, Public Trustee's Office. . . . $506,731 96 
Less: Refunded by Public Trustee 506,731 96 



B 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

OFFICIAL GUARDIAN'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($98,664.71) 

J. M. Baird, 8,399.94; J. E. C. Beatty, 5,749.92; R. F. Fredericks, 5,799.96; E. G. 
Gordon, 5,049.96; J. B. Osborne, 7,249.98; L. W. Perry, 5,899.98; G. C. Power, 

6,149.94; F. T. Watson, 7,425.00; P. D. Wilson, 12,649.98; Other salaries, 

34,290.05 98,664 71 

Auditor's Fees ($750.00) 
Oscar Hudson & Co 750 00 

Maintenance ($21,424.06) 

Department of Public Works, 15,694.67; Queen's Printer, 2,380.61; Accounts 

under $2,000, 3,348.78 21,424 06 

Cost of Living Bonus ($1,099.35) 

Sundry Employees 1 ,099 35 

Total Expenditure, Official Guardian's Office.. $121,938 12 
Less: Refunded by Official Guardian 121,938 12 



Administration of The Matrimonial Causes Act 

Salaries ($26,365.45) 
L. B. Campbell, 7,049.94; Other salaries, 19,315.51 26,365 45 

Travelling Expenses ($864.44) 
Accounts under $800 864 44 

Services, Expenses and Witness Fees ($335.10) 

Sundry Persons 335 10 

Maintenance ($4,240.62) 
Queen's Printer, 3,123.36; Accounts under $2,000, 1,117.26 4,240 62 

Services of Agents ($4,615.00) 

Sundry Persons 4,615 00 

Special Services— Children's Aid Societies ($39,268.19) 

Department of Public Welfare 39,268 19 

Official Guardian's Office— The Matrimonial Causes Act $75,688 80 

ACCOUNTANT'S OFFICE— SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 

Salaries ($21,613.26) 

J. B. Cameron, 6,799.98; J. G. Holden, 5,559.96; Other salaries, 

9,253.32 21,613 26 

Auditor's Fees ($3,000.0!)) 
Oscar Hudson & Co ... 3,000 00 

Maintenance ($9,339.78) 

Department of Public Works, 5,064.00; Accounts under $2,000, 

4,275.78 9,339 78 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B 15 

Accountant's Office — Supreme Court of Ontario — Continued 
Cost of Living Bonus ($340.00) 
Sundry Employees 340 00 

Total Expenditure, Accountant's Office, Su- 
preme Court of Ontario $34,293 04 

Less: Refunded by Accountant, Supreme 

Court of Ontario 34,293 04 



FIRE MARSHAL'S OFFICE 
Salaries ($196,231.56) 

W. G. Alexander, 4,699.98; D. E. Barrett, 5,250.00; L. J. Bishop, 4,500.00; F. 
Gardner, 4,500.00; M. S. Hurst, 6,349.98; H. E. Jordon, 4,849.98; D. Low, 
5,550.00; T. G. Lucas, 5,199.96; G. A. Pelletier, 4,974.96; W. J. Scott, 11,324.94; 
J. C. Stevens, 4,649.94; B. S. Young, 4,650.00; Other salaries, 129,731.82. . 196,231 56 

Travelling Expenses ($51,033.12) 

W. G. Alexander, 1,152.60; F. C. Anderson, 1,880.90; D. E. Barrett, 945.06; L. J. 
Bishop, 2,246.71; C. J. Campbell, 1,874.59; L. A. Carriere, 1,955.74; L. E. Cot- 
tenden, 2,090.08; A. Farrell, 1,109.62; F. Gardner, 1,107.55; J. C. Gratton, 
2,408.62; W. G. Halliday, 2,477.39; A. E. Hodgins, 1,219.68; H. W. Hunter, 
1,082.40; M. S. Hurst, 1,375.03; J. H. Kendall, 3,078.08; J. R. Leonard, 2,576.97; 
D. Low, 901.81; H. J. Mallory, 1,538.29; W. O'Sullivan, 1,245.06; H. R. Renard- 
son, 1,803.73; J. J. Richards, 1,702.57; W. J. Scott, 2,244.20; R. J. Simmons, 
2,628.92; J. C. Stevens, 848.99; J. Turnbull, 1,329.76; S. H. Versteeg, 2,062.71; 
A. C. Williams, 820.22; Accounts under $800, 5,325.84 51,033 12 

Maintenance ($56,663.60) 

Department of Public Works, 3,000.00; Kramer Motors, Ltd., 2,398.98; Queen's 

Printer, 19,809.72; Tip Top Tailors, Ltd., 2,654.05; Telephone, 4,481.01; 

accounts under $2,000, 24,319.84 56,663 60 

Fire Marshal's Office $303,928 28 



INSPECTOR OF LEGAL OFFICES 

Inspector's Office 

Salaries ($73,052.61) 

J. Cassells, 5,099.94; H. H. Donald, 11,324.94; J. R. Greer, 4,699.98; M. Irish, 

5,099.94; K. H. Parfitt, 4,699.98; A. A. Russell, 6,759.96; Other salaries, 

35,367.87 73,052 61 

Travelling Expenses ($14,032.20) 

J. Cassells, 1,978.09; H. H. Donald, 1,177.41; J. W. Fisher, 1,944.87; J. R. Greer, 
1,650.93; G. E. Madill, 2,127.76; J. H. Morehouse, 2,118.48; K. H. Parfitt, 
1,442.03; A. A. Russell, 1,027.68; Accounts under $800, 564.95 14,032 20 

Maintenance ($11,000.00) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., 3,384.80; Queen's Printer, 5,781.50; Accounts under $2,000, 

1,833.70 11,000 00 

Fidelity Bonds ($1,729.40) 

Fidelity Insurance Company of Canada 7,747 90 

Less: Premiums recovered from Division Court Clerks, etc 6,018 50 

1,729 40 



B 16 ' PUBLIC ACCOUNTS Ncx 1 

Inspector of Legal Offices — Continued 
Toronto and York Crown Attorneys 

Salaries ($87,665.43) 

A. Armstrong, 7,110.00; H. H. Bull, 10,159.92; G. W. Ecclestone, 4,724.94; J. B. 
Galbraith, 5,659.92; W. O. Gibson, 13,149.96; A. O. Klein, 9,960.00; W. H. 
Langdon, 5,409.96; H. A. Sanders, 8,149.98; Other salaries, 23,340.75 87,665 43 

Maintenance ($1,232.38) 
Accounts under $2,000 1,232 38 

Local Masters of Titles and Registrars of Deeds 

Salaries ($209,295.56) 

Algoma, 22,980.68; Carleton, 4,509.96; Cochrane, 22,219.05; Kenora, 12,014.88; 
Manitoulin, 4,030.00; Muskoka, 15,939.69; Nipissing, 19,462.68; Parry Sound, 
14,954.82; Rainy River, 3,941.95; Sudbury, 31,853.22; Thunder Bay— Fort Will- 
iam, 17,134.68; Thunder Bay— Port Arthur, 24,448.28; Timiskaming, 14,139.07; 
Other salaries, 1,666.60 209,295 56 

Maintenance ($31,480.87) 
Queen's Printer, 29,013.28; Accounts under $2,000, 2,467.59 31,480 87 



Sheriffs, Local Registrars, S.C.O., Surrogate Registrars, 
County and District Court Clerks 

Salaries ($1,166,753.21) 

Algoma, 21,306.27; Brant, 22,559.33; Bruce, 8,719.92; Carleton, 59,508.09; Cochrane, 
12,269.82; Dufferin, 6,959.88; Elgin, 13,067.85; Essex, 47,790.53; Frontenac, 
21,975.72; Grey, 14,219.82; Haldimand, 8,069.94; Halton, 13,569.78; Hastings, 
17,629.80; Huron, 13,069.86; Kenora, 9,911.65; Kent, 23,828.89; Lambton, 
24,343.16; Lanark, 9,659.94; Leeds and Grenville, 18,409.86; Lennox and Adding- 
ton, 7,709.94; Lincoln, 33,147.30; Manitoulin, 3,839.01; Middlesex, 51,334.44; 
Muskoka, 10,119.87; Nipissing, 11,491.48; Norfolk, 16,979.82; Northumberland 
and Durham, 19,469.76; Ontario, 24,635.16; Oxford, 19,109.76; Parry Sound, 
12,619.80; Peel, 20,033.16; Perth, 16,479.84; Peterborough, 22,772.09; Prescott 
and Russell, 10,407.90; Prince Edward, 8,373.25; Rainy River, 6,909.96; Renfrew, 
11,569.86; Simcoe, 24,457.01; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 18,499.87; 
Sudbury, 26,660.60; Thunder Bay, 26,253.64; Timiskaming, 10,876.96; Victoria, 
10,459.92; Waterloo, 25,379.45; Welland, 35,528.06; Wellington, 15,059.82; 
Wentworth, 60,114.26; York, 239,591.11 1,166,753 21 

Judicial Offices in Districts 

Maintenance ($25,918.00) 

Queen's Printer, 23,630.07; Accounts under $2,000, 2,287.93 25,918 00 



County Judges 

Travelling Expenses attending Division Courts ($10,532.99) 

Sundry Judges 10,532 99 

Services and Expenses in the Preparation of Plans and Abstract 
Indexes for Townships of Charlottenburg and Longueuil ($1,622.53) 

Accounts under $2,000 1,622 53 

Inspector of Legal Offices $1,634,315 18 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B 17 

ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE 

Payments made pursuant to The Police Act, R.S.O. 1950, Chap. 279 
Salaries ($5,545,803.34) 
Administrative Staff: 

D. Adair, 5,655.96; H. V. Allsopp, 4,579.92; J. M. Anderson, 4,507.92; C. R. 
Armstrong, 5,160.00; J. Bartlett, 7,179.96; A. H. Bird, 4,908.00; W. H. Boyd, 
5,504.92; W. H. Clark, 7,179.96; J. F. Craig, 5,623.96; M. P. Donaldson, 4,531.92; 
W. D. Duncan, 6,030.00; R. G. France, 4,531.92; W. J. Franks, 7,239.00; H. H. 
Graham, 5,931.96; J. W. Harris, 5,631.96; E. A. Hoath, 6,279.96; F. C. Kelly, 
6,379.92; W. H. Kennedy, 6,261.96; J. P. La Perriere, 5,368.00; W. H. Lougheed, 
8,527.92; A. Macleod, 6,379.92; W. J. McBride, 5,979.96; J. L. McDermott, 
5,614.96; E. V. McNeill, 11,119.98; J. L. Needham, 5,631.96; L. Neil, 6,331.92; 
D. A. Nicol, 5,907.96; N. Phelps, 6,759.96; W. S. Rhodes, 6,224.94; A. M. 
Shaughnessy, 6,204.96; A. F. Shields, 4,500.00; R. L. Taylor, 5,931.96; W. G. 
Tomlinson, 6,630.00; T. H. Trimble, 6,331.92; C. Von Zuben, 4,531.92; R. H. 
Wannell, 6,261.96; D. V. Whitelev, 5,631.96; D. W. Wilson, 5,430.00; A. Witts, 

5,979.96; C. W. Wood, 6,279.96; T. R. Wright, 6,279.96; Other salaries, 

659,432.10 906,393 34 

Districts: 

Inspectors 94,075 44 

Sergeants 320,134 97 

Corporals 764,846 19 

Constables 3,708,777 61 

Probationary Constables 430,426 77 

Total 6,224,654 32 

Less Refunds: 

Sundry Municipalities 672,083 30 

Niagara Parks Commission 6,767 68 

678,850 98 

5,545,803 34 

Travelling Expenses $1,299,060.67 

Maintenance 1,074,991.33 

$2,374,052.00 

District Disbursements: 

District No. 1 — Chatham: 

Travelling Expenses, 29,501.38; Less costs recovered, 16,004.81. . 13,496 57 
Maintenance 12,451 80 



District No. 2 — London: 

Travelling Expenses, 38,339.69; Less costs recovered, 5,953.34. . . 32,386 35 
Maintenance 16,341 76 



District No. 3 — Dundas: 

Travelling Expenses, 26,733.58; Less costs recovered, 3,937.53. . . 22,796 05 
Maintenance 13,952 88 



District No. 4 — Niagara Falls: 

Travelling Expenses, 33,848.95; Less costs recovered, 25,977.57. . 7,871 38 
Maintenance 21,024 37 



District No. 5 — Newmarket: 

Travelling Expenses, 22,944.32; Less costs recovered, 1,151.22. . . 21,793 10 
Maintenance 25,525 85 



District No. 6 — Mount Forest: 

Travelling Expenses, 42,181.03; Less costs recovered, 3,570.86. . . 38,610 17 
Maintenance 19,147 85 



25,948 37 



48,728 11 



36,748 93 



28,895 75 



47,318 95 



57,758 02 



B 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Provincial Police — Continued 

District Disbursements — Continued 
District No. 7 — Barrie: 

Travelling Expenses, 42,211.43; Less costs recovered, 5,036.14. . . 37,175 29 
Maintenance 24,840 55 

62,015 84 

District No. 8 — Peterborough: 

Travelling Expenses, 27,482.17; Less costs recovered, 951.86. . . . 26,530 31 

Maintenance 17,899 53 

44,429 84 

District No. 9— Belleville: 

Travelling Expenses, 26,075.35; Less costs recovered, 2,645.48. . . 23,429 87 
Maintenance 9,549 72 

32,979 59 

District No. 10— Perth: 

Travelling Expenses, 30,198.16; Less costs recovered, 6,027.01. . . 24,171 15 
Maintenance 20,068 55 

44,239 70 

District No. 11 — Cornwall: 

Travelling Expenses, 23,358.59; Less costs recovered, 1,890.25. . . 21,468 34 
Maintenance 14,196 90 

35,665 24 

District No. 12— North Bay: 

Travelling Expenses, 34,496.86; Less costs recovered, 9,436.65. . . 25,060 21 
Maintenance 18,597 86 

43,658 07 

District No. 13 — Sudbury: 

Travelling Expenses, 57,239.13; Less costs recovered, 11,814.51. . 45,424 62 
Maintenance 21,071 61 

66,496 23 

District No. 14 — Timmins: 

Travelling Expenses, 24,706.43; Less costs recovered, 3,256.80. . . 21,449 63 

Maintenance 16,472 36 

37,921 99 

District No. 15— Port Arthur: 

Travelling Expenses, 19,240.67; Less costs recovered, 17,350.24. . 1,890 43 
Maintenance 16,810 57 

18,701 00 

District No. 16 — Kenora: 

Travelling Expenses, 39,823.84; Less costs recovered, 11,424.93. . 28,398 91 
Maintenance 17,565 29 

45,964 20 

Travelling Expenses — Headquarters : 

W. A. Henshaw, 1,681.88; A. Macleod, 935.20; D. T. Uttley, 844.10; 

Accounts under $800, 8,428.42 11,889 60 

Less costs recovered 4,127 73 

7,761 87 

Civil Defence Branch : 

Travelling Expenses — Sundry Officers and Auxiliary Police 1,803 08 

Less costs recovered 962 31 

840 77 

Criminal Investigation Branch: 

Travelling Expenses and Disbursements of Officers, C.I.B 17,913 91 

Less costs recovered 20 00 

17,893 91 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B 19 

Ontario Provincial Police— Continued 

Anti-Gambling Squad: 

Travelling Expenses — Sundry Officers 6,100 15 

Less costs recovered 422 95 

5,677 20 

Maintenance 1,495 50 

7,172 70 

Anti-Highgrade Squad: 

Travelling Expenses — Sundry Officers 7,116 08 

Sundry Payments: 

Expenses of Officers on Strike Duty 16,118 10 

Miscellaneous Payments 5,512 72 

21,630 82 

Automobile Supplies and Repairs: 

Acme Bearings & Parts Ltd., 6,146.07; Addison Cadillac Oldsmobile Ltd., 
2,798.56; Allatt Auto Supply Ltd., 2,641.61; Anderson Pontiac GMC Ltd., 
2,856.11; W. F. Bolduc Tire Co., 3,903.73; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 
105,443.79; Canadian Industries (1954) Ltd., 7,785.00; Canadian Oil Companies 
Ltd., 67,604.42; Canadian Petrofina Ltd., 7,178.33; Canadian Tire Corp. As- 
sociate Store, Toronto, 2,097.83; Champlain Oil Products Ltd., 2,292.78; Cities 
Service Oil Co., Ltd., 27,327.38; Consumers Tire & Battery Service Ltd., 4,427.95; 
Ed. Crowe Tire Sales Ltd., 5,958.60; Dept. of Highways, Ontario, 3,314.35; 
Forrest's Auto Electric, 3,349.01; B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co. of Canada Ltd., 
3,647.54; Grand Tire Co., Ltd., 2,555.37; Hancock Tire Tread Co., 8,064.59; 
Harpham Brothers, 12,599.74; Husky Oil & Refining Ltd., 2,206.57; Imperial 
Oil Ltd., 138,568.55; Ross Lipsett Ltd., 6,527.61; McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., 
Ltd., 89,743.43; Menzies Brothers, 5,026.62; R. J. Mitchell Tires Ltd., 3,241.59; 
Motive Parts & Equipment Ltd., 2,923.49; North Star Oil Ltd., 3,157.19; Ernie 
Payne Tire Sales Ltd., 5,498.18; Provincial Tire Co., 3,137.49; Regent Refining 
(Canada) Ltd., 6,184.18; Reliance Petroleum Ltd., 24,004.76; Riverdale Garage 
Co., Ltd., 3,773.57; Scanlon Clutch & Parts Service, 14,391.10; Shell Oil Co. 
of Canada Ltd., 76,679.33; Sterling Oil Distributors Ltd., 4,386.46; Sun Oil 
Co., Ltd., 40,790.82; Supertest Petroleum Corp., Ltd., 57,727.37; Toronto 
Auto Collision Works, 2,492.05; United Tire Sales, 4,757.21; James E. Wall 

Ltd., 14,563.33; Accounts under $2,000, 79,143.60 870,917 26 

Less: Refunds 24,729 62 

846,187 64 

Insurance: 

Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., (Fleet 

Insurance — Automobiles, etc.) 41,628 66 

London Life Insurance Co., (Group Insurance) 51,132 17 

Pearl Assurance Co. Ltd., (Camera Insurance, etc.). . . . 2,353 70 
Reed, Shaw & McNaught (Marine Insurance — Patrol 

Boats) 3,897 48 



Less: Refunds — Fleet Insurance 1,106 97 

Contributions by Officers — Group Life. . . . 20,616 10 
London Life Insurance Co. — Dividends... 14,853 87 



99,012 01 



36,576 94 



Workmen's Compensation Board: 

Payments pursuant to Section 33, The Workmen's Compensation 

Act, and Administration Assessment pursuant to Section 117. .. . 18,309 74 
Less: Refunds 103 68 



62,435 07 



18,206 06 



Purchase of Equipment: 

British & American Motors Ltd., 4,530.71; Campbell Motors (Ottawa) Ltd., 
2,244.65; Chemical Protection Co., 2,459.73; Chrysler Corporation of Canada 
Ltd., 83,506.72; Cooke-Willys Ltd., 2,723.75; Dangerfield Motors Ltd., 2,183.34; 
Dominion Motors, 2,561.91; Drake Delta Photo Equipment & Supply Co., 
4,502.67; Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., 5,422.70; Gibson Motors Ltd., 2,229.61; 
Godson Motors Ltd., 2,035.52; Grand & Toy Ltd., 4,340.40; Stanley A. Grant 
Ltd., 5,652.58; Grew Boats Ltd., 5,400.00; W. H. Gurney & Son, 3,910.20; 
Hillcrest Motors Ltd., 8,212.58; The House of Stone, 35,339.74; Hudson Sports- 



B 20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Provincial Police — Continued 

Purchase of Equipment — Continued 

wear Mfg. Co. Ltd., 3,759.00; Jessiman Motors Ltd., 2,649.44; Bert E. Kennedy 
& Son Ltd., 13,297.29; H. Kramer Motors Ltd., 6,672.24; Marnoch Office Supply 
Co., 9,529.35; Martin Motors, 2,540.28; McCutcheon's Camera Shop Ltd., 
8,200.60; Mitchell Houghton Ltd., 8,475.13; Motorville Car Sales & Service 
Ltd., 3,248.76; Muir Cap & Regalia Ltd., 12,447.25; P. H. Nayler, 2,068.99; 
James North (Canada) Co. Ltd., 8,670.05; Northern Electric Co. Ltd., 10,512.77; 
Oshawa Cycle Sales, 5,032.00; Poole's Harley-Davidson, 3,678.16; Puddicombe 
Motors (1956) Ltd., 6,292.88; Regent Motor Sales, 7,841.30; Rex Tailoring 
Co. Ltd., 50,677.29; Cliff Richardson Boat Works, 3,586.75; Richvale Motor 
Sales, 4,894.97; Riverdale Garage Co. Ltd., 2,316.84; Sainthill-Levine & Co. 
Ltd., 14,475.76; Snelgrove Motors Ltd., 2,420.44; Stainton Brothers Ltd., 
4,506.68; Stainton & Evis Ltd., 11,240.46; Studebaker-Packard of Canada Ltd., 
44,021.75; Teolis Sales & Service Ltd., 4,421.90; Thorncrest Motors Ltd., 2,714.58; 
United Stationery Co. Ltd., 8,952.01; White Hardware Ltd., 7,506.14; Williams 

Shoe Ltd., 11,550.00; G. H. Wood & Co. Ltd., 7,252.93; Accounts under 

$2,000, 122,081.41 594,792 21 

Less: Refunds 2,297 37 



592,494 84 



Miscellaneous: 

Dept. of Public Works, 6,529.60; Queen's Printer, 66,731.15; Sundry Officers, 
General Headquarters, (Clothing Allowance), 4,695.91; Express, 9,833.46; 
Sundry Municipalities, taxes on Government Buildings, 19,496.85 ; Medical Fees re 

Recruits, 873.00; Temporary Services, 3,320.09; Accounts under $2,000, 

3,362.35 114,842 41 

Ontario Police College ($29,933.71) 

Travelling Expenses: 

Accounts under $800 48 40 

Maintenance: 

Dominion Catering Co. Ltd., 21,000.15; Elias Rogers Co. Ltd., 2,847.99; 

Accounts under $2,000, 6,037.17 29,885 31 

Radio Communicating System ($146,974.00) 

Travelling Expenses: 

Accounts under $800 573 41 

Maintenance: 

Bell Telephone Co. of Canada, 5,429.89; Canadian General Electric Co. Ltd., 

124,938.17; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 3,122.46; Accounts 

under $2,000, 3,335.91 136,826 43 

Less: Refunds 1,692 60 



135,133 83 
Districts' Radio Expenses 1 1,266 76 



146,400 59 






Grant ($20,000.00) 



Payment to City of Niagara Falls, Ontario, under an agreement dated June 15th, 

1952, to police Rainbow Bridge area 20,000 00 

Ontario Provincial Police $8,116,763 05 



ONTARIO SECURITIES COMMISSION 
Salaries ($165,805.19) 

S. Bray, 6,360.00; T. O. Brown, 6,099.96; W. W. Cameron, 7,299.96; W. H. 
Chisholm, 5,049.96; N. W. Cox, 4,949.94; W. M. Duggan, 6,799.98; S. R. Jarvis, 
5,049.96; R. W. Knox-Leet, 5,899.98; G. W. Leah, 5,359.92; A. H. Lees, 4,949.94; 
O. E. Lennox, 13,399.98; R. S. McCurry, 5,109.96; A. B. Swain, 4,949.94; A. 
Verity, 4,949.94; Other salaries, 79,575.77 165,805 19 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL B 21 

Ontario Securities Commission — Continued 

Travelling Expenses ($4,231.83) 

Accounts under $800 4,231 83 

Maintenance ($7,999.40) 
Queen's Printer, 4,295.32; Accounts under $2,000, 3,704.08 7,999 40 

Services, Expenses, Valuations, Investigations and 
Miscellaneous Services ($6,771.85) 

Nelson R. Butcher & Co., 5,631.35; Accounts under $2,000, 1,140.50 6,771 85 

Preparation, Printing and Distribution of Statistical Information ($3,118.50) 

Queen's Printer 3,118 50 

Ontario Securities Commission $187,926 77 

STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($10,000.00) 

Hon. A. Kelso Roberts 10,000 00 

Allowances to Supreme Court Judges ($28,803.74) 

R.S.O. 1950, Chap. 122, Sec. 1 

Court of Appeal for Ontario 

Hon. Mr. Justice— J. W. Pickup, C.J.O., 1,000.00; J. B. Aylesworth, 1,000.00; 
E. R. E. Chevrier, 416.66; C. W. G. Gibson, 1,000.00; F. D. Hogg, 916.66; R. E. 
Laidlaw, 1,000.00; A. M. LeBel, 475.80; F. G. MacKay, 1,000.00; J. K. Mackay, 
1,000.00; W. D. Roach, 1,000.00; W. F. Schroeder, 1,000.00 9,809 12 

High Court of Ontario 

Hon. Mr. Justice— J. C. McRuer, C.J.H.C, 1,000.00; H. A. Aylen, 1,000.00; F. H. 
Barlow, 1,000.00; R. A. Danis, 1,000.00; R. I. Ferguson, 1,000.00; G. A. Gale, 
1,000.00; W. Judson, 1,000.00; D. P. J. Kelly, 1,000.00; J. M. King, 1,000.00; 
L. A. Landreville, 470.42; A. M. LeBel, 524.20; J. L. McLennan, 1,000.00; 
E. G. Moorhouse, 1,000.00; P. E. F. Smily, 1,000.00; W. F. Spence, 1,000.00; 

C. D. Stewart, 1,000.00; E. G. Thompson, 1,000.00; R. W. Treleaven, 1,000.00; 

D. C. Wells, 1,000.00; J. L. Wilson, 1,000.00 18,994 62 

The Administration of Justice Expenses Act, Special Expenses ($1,128.56) 

R.S.O. 1950, Chap. 5, Sec. 11 

Accounts under $2,000 1,128 56 

Allowances to Magistrates ($3,600.00) 

8 George VI, Chap. 58, Sec. 13 

J. H. Campbell, 900.00; H. L. Cruso, 900.00; O. A. Langley, 900.00; J. A. Makins, 

900.00 3,600 00 

Probation Offices 

R.S.O. 1950, Chap. 291, Sec. 5 
Salaries ($495,903.63) 

R. H. Beattie, 4,549.98; F. W. Caunt, 4,759.92; H. W. Conley, 4,549.98; D. W. 
Coughlan, 7,110.00; F. S. Dingman, 4,649.94; S. C. Hossie, 4,749.96; R. Jolliffe, 
4,549.98; C. W. Leslie, 4,849.98; Q. L. Nighswander, 4,849.98; M. A. Racette, 
4,549.98; A. P. Silcox, 4,849.98; J. E. Spriggs, 4,549.98; A. H. Sumpter, 4,759.92; 

R. S. Tear, 4,763.42; J. R. Twigg, 4,549.98; G. I. Van Loon, 4,549.98; Other 

salaries, 418,710.67 495,903 63 



B 22 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Statutory — Continued 

Probation Offices — Continued 

Travelling Expenses ($46,980.63) 

A. N. Angus, 1,112.83; H. S. Armitage, 1,621.35; H. D. Bigelow, 919.11; D. W. 
Coughlan, 2,390.57; M. F. Egan, 992.75; B. N. Macintosh, 921.44; E. M. Mailer, 
876.73; V. M. Marks, 1,566.25; G. W. Morris, 1,155.71; J. C. Mullin, 832.00; 
S. W. Pointon, 818.21; J. F. Randolph, 922.99; G. F. Smith, 998.41; B. S. J. 
Spikes, 929.08; A. H. Sumpter, 1,588.07; Accounts under $800, 29,335.13. . 



46.980 63 



Maintenance ($31,425.94) 



Queen's Printer, 8,018.16; Receiver General of Canada, 2,533.40; Bell Telephone 

Company of Canada, 9,900.69; Accounts under $2,000, 10,973.69 31,425 94 



Allowances to County and District Judges ($95,428.53) 

R.S.O. 1950, Chapter 76 

Allowances under section 10, subsection 1: 

His Honour Judge— Anderson, 1,500.00; Birnie, 125.00; Brennan, 1,500.00 
Brickenden, 1,500.00; Charlton, 1,500.00; Clark, 1,500.00; Cochrane, 1,500.00 
Cooper, 1,500.00; Cowan, 1,500.00; Cross, 1,500.00; Currey, 1,500.00; Darby 
1,500.00; Denton, 1,500.00; Donley, 1,500.00; Dowler, 1,500.00; Duranceau 
1,500.00; Egener, 160.71; Factor, 1,500.00; Fingland, 1,500.00; Forsyth, 2,499.96 
Fuller, 1,500.00; Galligan, 1,500.00; Gordon, 1,500.00; Griffiths, 1,500.00; Grosch 
1,500.00; Harvie, 1,500.00; Kennedy, 1,500.00; Lane, 1,500.00; Lang, 1,500.00 
Latchford, 1,500.00; Legris, 1,500.00; Lewis, 1,500.00; Little, 1,500.00; Lovering 
1,500.00; Macdonald, 1,500.00; Macdonell, 1,500.00; MacKenzie, 705.65; F. J 
MacRae, 1,500.00; I. MacRae, 1,500.00; Marion, 1,500.00; McCombs, 1,500.00 
McDonagh, 1,500.00; McDonald, 1,500.00; McDougall, 1,500.00; McGibbon 
1,500.00; McMillan, 1,500.00; Miller, 1,500.00; Morley, 1,937.21; Mulligan 
1,500.00; Plouffe, 1,500.00; Popham, 1,500.00; Pritchard, 1,500.00; Reynolds 
1,500.00; Robb, 1,500.00; J. B. Robinson, 1,500.00; W. N. Robinson, 1,500.00 
Schwenger, 1,500.00; Shaunessy, 1,500.00; Shea, 1,500.00; Smith, 1,500.00 
St. Aubin, 1,500.00; Thomas, 1,500.00; Wilson, 1,500.00; Young, 1,500.00 
Her Honour Judge Kinnear, 1,500.00 



95,428 53 



Allowances to County and District Judges — Surrogate Fees ($16,766.59) 

R.S.O. 1950, Chapter 76 

Allowances under section 10, subsection 2: 

His Honour Judge— Anderson, 1,000.00; Birnie, 302.00; Brennan, 847.20; Bricken- 
den, 1,000.00; Charlton, 1,000.00; Clark, 1,000.00; Cochrane, 1,000.00; Cooper 
349.10; Cowan, 1,000.00; Cross, 1,000.00; Darby, 1,000.00; Denton, 1,000.00 
Dowler, 390.70; Duranceau, 523.45; Factor, 1,000.00; Fingland, 1,000.00; Forsyth 
1,000.00; Fuller, 1,000.00; Galligan, 493.30; Gordon, 1,000.00; Griffiths, 1,000.00 
Grosch, 1,000.00; Harvie, 1,000.00; Kennedy, 928.05; Lang, 1,000.00; Latchford 
1,000.00; Legris, 1,000.00; Lewis, 1,000.00; Lovering, 1,000.00; Macdonald 
1,000.00; Macdonell, 1,000.00; MacKenzie, 202.17; F. J. MacRae, 1,000.00 
I. MacRae, 1,000.00; Marion, 28.00; McCombs, 1,000.00; McDonagh, 1,000.00 
McDonald, 961.50; McDougall, 1,000.00; McGibbon, 408.55; McMillan, 1,000.00 
Miller, 972.84; Morley, 1,409.33; Mulligan, 390.70; Plouffe, 143.40; Pritchard 
1,000.00; Reynolds, 1,000.00; J. B. Robinson, 212.60; W. N. Robinson, 1,000.00 
Schwenger, 1,000.00; Shaunessy, 1,000.00; Shea, 1,000.00; Smith, 62.40; St 
Aubin, 349.10; Wilson, 716.40; Young, 1,000.00; Her Honour Judge Kinnear 
75.80 



46,766 59 



Payments on behalf of the Crown for the cost of Plans required under The 
Registry Act, R.S.O. 1950, Chap. 336, Sec. 92, subsection 17 ($7,369.54) 

Township of Baxter, 2,567.55; Township of Bentinck, 408.84; Township of Bosanquet, 
971.64; Township of Collingwood, 1,555.35; Town of Mitchell, 304.24; Township 
of Wood, 1,561.92 



7.369 54 



Registrars of Deeds, Supplementing Income ($1,194.65) 

R.S.O. 1950, Chap. 336. Sec. 108, as amended by 15 George VI, Chap. 78, Sec. 3 
Sundry Registrars of Deeds 



1,194 65 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY -GENERAL B 23 

Statutory — Continued 
Expenses of Elections ($76,533.76) 

IS George VI. 1951, Chap. 21, Sec. 205 

General Election 1955 

Election Board Accounts 

Counties— Middlesex, 1,792.90; Peterborough, 1,588.08; Wentworth, 7,389.05 10,770 03 

Returning Officers, Enumerators, etc. 

Electoral Districts — Algoma-Manitoulin, 46.10; Elgin, 3,957.70; Glengarry, 2,641.15; 
Haldimand-Norfolk, 2,787.70; Hamilton Centre, 9,771.73; Hastings West, 
104.00; Middlesex North, 2,421.90; Nickel Belt, 5,401.52; Nipissing, 4,507.89; 
Port Arthur, 6,063.10; Rainy River, 4,749.24; Sault Ste. Marie, 15.00; Sudbury, 
218.04; Toronto— St. David, 4,652.60; St. George, 9,059.61; Wentworth, 7,338.65; 

Wentworth East, 11,004.89 74,740 82 

Less Refund: W. B. Common, re Active Service Vote 1,216 02 

73,524 80 

By-Elections: 

Election Boards: Renfrew, 908.15; York, 3,000.00 3,908 15 

Returning Officers' Expenses: Renfrew South, 12,758.96; York West, 42,589.20. . 55,348 16 

General Expenses 

Queen's Printer, 34,060.47; Accounts under $2,000, 143.76 34,204 23 

Add: Balance of Accountable Advance, Chief Election Officer, 1956-57 5,263 62 

183,018 99 
Less: Outstanding Accountable Advance, Chief Election Officer, prior years 110,030 78 

72,988 21 
The Liquor Licence Act: 

Queen's Printer 3,545 55 

Total Expenses of Elections 76,533 76 

Payments under The Audit Act, R.S.O. 1950, Chap. 28, Sec. 14 ($1,600.00) 

Sundry Persons 1,600 00 

Statutory $846,735 57 

Total Expenditure, Department of Attorney-General $14,953,908.20 



PART C 



DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS 



FISCAL YEAR, 1956-57 



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DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS 

Hon. Dana Porter, Minister (Statutory, see page U 11) 
Salaries ($156,985.98) 

G. E. Gathercole Deputy Minister 14,049 94 

H. Banning, 1,850.00; G. C. Clarkson, 4,699.96; R. C. Cooke, 5,349.95; A. Etchen, 
5,399.94; R. A. Farrell, 5,859.97; D. J. Moor, 4,699.98; L. S. Partridge, 5,149.97; 

H. G. Rowan, 6,024.95; O. M. Schnick, 5,299.96; R. Verbrugge, 4,949.96; 

Other salaries, 93,651.40 156,985 98 

Travelling Expenses ($1,600.07) 
G. E. Gathercole, 1,004.46; Accounts under $800, 595.61 1,600 07 

Maintenance ($23,262.42) 

Queen's Printer, 15,237.12; Stainton & Evis, Ltd., 3,320.25; Accounts under 

$2,000, 4,705.05 23,262 42 

Cost of Living Bonus ($2,184.40) 

Sundry Employees 2, 184 40 

Fees and Expenses for Special Studies and Research ($14,350.00) 

D. C. MacGregor, 5,300.00; M. G. Taylor, 1,550.00; Honoraria— S. Martin, 2,500.00; 

D. Ogilvie, 2,500.00; G. S. Tattle, 2,500.00 14,350 00 

Total Expenditure, Department of Economics $198,382.87 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Main Office and General Departmental Expenses 14 

Branches, Etc.: 

Elementary Education Branch 15 

Secondary Education Branch 17 

Professional Training Branch 21 

Special Services 23 

Departmental Examinations 28 

Public Libraries Branch 28 

Legislative Library 29 

Public Records and Archives 29 

Text-Books Branch 29 

Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford 29 

Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville 30 

Scholarships, Bursaries, etc 31 

Legislative Grants, etc 31 

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

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Main Office 

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C. F. Cannon Chief Director of Education 13,634 96 

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B. M. McLean, 8,059.92; L. A. Rutherford, 5,099.94; A. E. Stacey, 8,259.96; 

C. G. Taverner, 5,349.96; F. S. Wilson, 6,166.60; Other salaries, 109,759.22. . 198,716 93 

Travelling Expenses ($4,409.62) 

J. A. Easton, 3,113.49; Accounts under $800, 1,296.13 4,409 62 

Maintenance ($4,749.85) 
Queen's Printer, 2,330.57; Accounts under $2,000, 2,419.28 4,749 85 

General Departmental Expenses 

Chest X-Ray Survey ($26,824.55) 
Sundry Hospitals, etc., Chest X-Ray Services 26,824 55 

Cost of Living Bonus ($63,524.53) 

Sundry Employees 63,577 59 

Less: Transferred to Dominion-Provincial Agreements 53 06 

63,524 53 

Exhibits— Services, Expenses, etc. ($4,832.39) 
Dana Designs, Ltd., 2,376.00; Accounts under $2,000, 2,456.39 4,832 39 

Litigation, Legal Services, etc. ($335.00) 

Accounts under $2,000 335 00 

Maintenance ($15,050.80) 

Queen's Printer, 6,411.76; Telephone, 3,272.75; accounts under $2,000, 5,366.29. 15,050 80 

Moving Expenses of Departmental Officials ($8,481.83) 
Accounts under $2,000 8,481 83 

Printing of Forms, Publications, etc., for Department ($119,418.28) 

Queen's Printer, 118,194.40; Accounts under $2,000, 1,223.88 119,418 28 

Revision of Courses— Services, Travelling Expenses, etc. ($3,351.00) 

Accounts under $2,000. 3,351 00 

Travelling Expenses ($1,470.54) 
Hon. W. J. Dunlop, 1,186.00; Accounts under $800, 284.54 1,470 54 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION D 15 

Main Office and General Departmental Expenses — Continued 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($1,367.24) 

Postmaster, stamps purchased, 2,752.69; Less refund of Employees' contribution, 

1,385.36 1,367 24 

Unforeseen and Unprovided ($743.15) 

Accounts under $2,000 743 15 

Workmen's Compensation Board — Awards and Costs ($3,826.09) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 3,826 09 

Main Office and General Departmental Expenses $457,101 80 



ELEMENTARY EDUCATION BRANCH 

Salaries ($106,106.95) 

G. L. Duffin, 9,249.96; R. Gauthier, 9,249.96; J. H. Kennedy, 2,666.64; J. R. 
McCarthy, 8,649.96; B. Michaud, 8,250.00; C. P. O'Neill, 8,649.96; G. A. 
Pearson, 10,875.00; C. B. Routley, 9,249.96; W. C. VanderBurgh, 9,049.92; 
S. A. Watson, 9,499.96; Other salaries, 20,715.63 106,106 95 

Travelling Expenses ($9,992.17) 

R. Gauthier, 3,693.99; B. Michaud, 1,272.76; C. B. Routley, 1,474.24; Accounts 

under $800, 3,551.18 9,992 17 

Maintenance ($961.17) 
Accounts under $2,000 961 17 

Experimental Elementary School Buildings ($858.50) 

Accounts under $2,000 858 50 

Elementary Education Branch, Salaries, etc $ 117,918 79 



Inspection of Elementary Schools 

Salaries ($1,152,955.11) 

C. Anderson, 6,849.96; J. T. Anderson, 8,059.92; W. G. Anderson, 6,499.98; 
A. Archibald, 7,499.94; J. W. Barber, 7,899.96; B. H. Bennett, 5,899.98; J. M. 
Bennett, 8,059.92; K. O. Birkin, 7,899.96; R. F. Bornhold, 6,499.98; J. D. Bougie, 
6,499.98; A. F. Brown, 8,059.92; H. W. Brown, 7,899.96; W. H. Bulger, 6,849.96; 
W. H. Carlton, 8,059.92; L. Carriere, 7,899.96; R. J. Carter, 6,499.98; C. X. 
Charron, 8,059.92; W. G. Chatterton, 6,849.96; F. Choquette, 8,059.92; L. W. 
Clark, 5,899.98; C. Cornwell, 6,499.98; M. A. Craig, 6,499.98; C. R. Crawford, 
6,499.98; A. Cummins, 6,199.98; F. P. Cunningham, 6,199.98; H. W. Cyr, 6,499.98; 
E. M. Deyell, 6,199.98; J. C. Doyle, 6,499.98; E. M. Dunn, 6,199.98; W. E. Eade, 
7,899.96; R. C. Earl, 6,849.96; G. N. Edwards, 8,059.92; K. J. Ellis, 6,199.98; 
E. C. Evans, 6,199.98; J. K. Evans, 8,059.92; G. C. Filion, 6,199.98; C. W. 
Gabel, 5,899.98; J. M. Game, 8,059.92; G. G. Gardiner, 6,849.96; A. J. Gascon, 
8,059.92; S. Geiger, 7,899.96; J. A. Gibson, 8,059.92; A. E. Gillies, 7,199.94; 

A. A. Gilroy, 7,199.94; G. J. Goman, 5,899.98; W. J. Greening, 8,059.92; H. A. 
Griffith, 6,499.98; G. T. Hackett, 5,899.98; M. Hallman, 7,199.94; W. F. Hammell, 
6,499.98; J. D. Hanmer, 6,199.98; W. A. Hayden, 7,899.96; W. F. Hiscocks, 
8,059.92; F. J. Hodge, 6,499.98; J. D. Hogan, 5,899.98; C. A. Holmes, 6,499.98; 
M. W. Holmes, 6,199.98; J. E. Horton, 7,899.96; T. H. Houghton, 5,899.98; 

B. A. Hoy, 6,199.98; F. E. Johnston, 4,999.98; J. F. Johnston, 6,199.98; A. 
Joubert, 5,899.98; W. J. Judd, 7,899.96; R. G. Kendall, 6,849.96; D. E. Kennedy, 
6,499.98; J. H. Kennedy, 4,766.62; J. H. Kinkead, 7,899.96; J. F. Kinlin, 6,849.96; 
A. Klim, 6,199.98; H. L. Knight, 6,199.98; H. W. Knight, 7,199.94; A. Kuska, 
6,599.94; J. R. Lalonde, 6,199.98; L. J. Langan, 8,059.92; H. H. Langford, 
8,059.92; J. Lapensee, 8,059.92; L. Laplante, 6,244.06; D. A. Lapp, 7,199.94; 



D 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Elementary Education Branch — Continued 

Inspection of Elementary Schools — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

C. A. Latour, 7,333.26; D. S. Lawless, 6,199.98; J. F. Lawless, 6,499.98; C. W. 
Lees, 8,059.92; F. A. Leitch, 6,197.76; W. L. Lovell, 7,899.96; J. S. Lowcock, 
6,199.98; R. M. Lynch, 6,499.98; D. R. MacDonald, 6,499.98; R. H. Macklem, 
6,346.19; A. J. MacLean, 6,199.98; G. A. MacLeod, 6,499.98; W. MacMillan, 
7,899.96; D. A. MacTavish, 5,899.98; G. F. Mann, 5,899.98; A. A. Martin, 
8,059.92; C. P. Matthews, 8,059.92; R. R. Maurice, 7,399.98; R. S. McBurney, 
7,899.96; J. C. McClelland, 6,849.96; A. D. McColl, 7,199.94; F. J. McDonald, 
8,059.92; T. R. McEwen, 8,059.92; G. S. Mclntyre, 6,849.96; A. G. McKay, 
6,599.94; W. J. McLeod, 7,499.94; C. E. McMullen, 7,199.94; A. M. McNamara, 
7,899.96; R. J. McNaughton, 7,149.96; L. L. McNeill, 6,499.98; W. R. McVittie, 
8,059.92; T. S. Melady, 8,059.92; L. P. Menzies, 8,059.92; J. R. Millette, 7,899.96; 
F. R. Mills, 5,899.98; F. A. Moreau, 7,499.94; N. Muir, 6,849.96; M. C. Napper, 
6,199.98; G. W. Nelson, 6,499.98; G. M. Nobes, 6,199.98; E. Oakes, 8,059.92; 
S. D. Oakes, 6,199.98; H. B. Paul, 6,499.98; H. J. Payette, 8,059.92; J. R. Peat, 
6,849.96; E. G. Peterson, 6,199.98; P. E. Piche, 6,849.96; W. G. Rae, 7,199.94; 
C. A. Rath, 6,499.98; R. E. Rawlings, 6,499.98; E. C. Reeb, 6,199.98; J. L. 
Runnalls, 7,199.94; J. V. Scanlan, 8,059.92; P. M. Scott, 7,499.94; W. K. Shea, 
6,499.98; A. P. Silcox, 4,212.46; D. W. Simpson, 6,849.96; L. L. Sinclair, 7,899.96; 
L. L. Skuce, 8,059.92; A. W. Smith, 6,499.98; C. G. Smith, 6,199.98; R. R. Steele, 
6,849.96; W. J. Stewart, 8,059.92; A. Stouffer, 7,899.96; P. H. Torrance, 6,199.98; 
J. W. Trusler, 7,899.96; E. R. Underhill, 7,899.96; A. V. Vincent, 6,499.98; N. E. 
Ward, 6,199.98; E. J. Webster, 6,599.94; J. C. Webster, 7,899.96; N. R. Wight- 
man, 8,059.92; J. C. Wilker, 7,199.94; C. W. Young, 6,199.98; D. I. Young, 

6,499.98; E. W. Young, 5,899.98; G. Young, 8,059.92; Other salaries, 

65,251.00 1,152,955 11 



Travelling and Office Expenses ($389,999.85) 

E. C. Anderson, 1,493.81; J. T. Anderson, 1,379.99; P. C. Anderson, 2,402.97; W. G. 
Anderson, 2,408.28; A. Archibald, 2,358.11; J. W. Barber, 1,830.00; J. H. Bates, 
1,360.65; B. H. Bennett, 2,345.70; J. M. Bennett, 1,197.75; K. O. Birkin, 2,478.88; 
J. D. Bougie, 1,591.59; A. F. Brown, 2,007.95; H. W. Brown, 1,758.15; W. H. 
Bulger, 2,728.66; W. H. Carlton, 2,031.21; L. Carriere, 1,146.65; R. J. Carter, 
3,145.19; L. L. Charette, 2,456.74; C. X. Charron, 2,964.60; W. G. Chatterton, 
1,014.88; F. Choquette, 1,496.73; L. W. Clark, 2,317.60; C. Cornwell, 1,833.17; 
M. A. Craig, 2,644.43; C. R. Crawford, 2,181.26; A. Cummins, 2,399.07; F. P. 
Cunningham, 4,182.62; H. W. Cyr, 3,701.64; A. Deschamps, 1,740.59; J. C. 
Doyle, 2,120.75; J. L. Duchesneau, 1,443.57; E. M. Dunn, 2,839.77; G. D. 
Droyer, 2,042.14; R. C. Earl, 2,001.94; G. N. Edwards, 2,056.17; K. J. Ellis, 
2,396.00; C. M. Elliott, 968.14; E. C. Evans, 2,831.94; J. K. Evans, 4,323.95; 
G. C. Filion, 3,742.70; J. M. Game, 4,361.91; G. G. Gardiner, 2,652.76; A. J. 
Gascon, 4,242.95; S. Geiger, 2,680.16; J. A. Gibson, 1,659.76; A. E. Gillies, 
2,620.64; A. A. Gilroy, 3,393.65; J. N. Given, 1,253.83; G. J. Goman, 2,198.93; 
W. J. Greening, 1,333.19; H. A. Griffith, 1,825.19; M. Hallman, 3,275.66; W. F. 
Hammell, 3,416.70; J. D. Hanmer, 825.31; W. A. Hayden, 1,926.69; T. J. Health, 
1,734.71; W. F. Hiscocks, 1,347.93; F. J. Hodge, 2,046.72; J. D. Hogan, 1,623.44; 

C. A. Holmes, 2,847.87; M. W. Holmes, 1,366.78; J. E. Horton, 2,728.01; W. S. 
Hougham, 911.65; T. H. Houghton, 975.15; B. A. Hoy, 1,753.09; J. F. Johnston, 
2,241.43; A. Joubert, 3,370.31; W. J. Judd, 1,721.62; A. E. Kelly, 1,298.36; 

D. E. Kennedy, 2,643.71; J. H. Kennedy, 2,370.16; J. H. Kinkead, 2,562.63; 
J. F. Kinlin, 3,077.74; A. Klim, 1,966.64; H. L. Knight, 1,113.87; H. W. Knight, 
1,393.19; W. H. Knisley, 1,863.44; A. Kuska, 2,725.37; J. R. Lalonde, 2,977.95; 
L. J. Langan, 2,033.76; H. H. Langford, 2,582.57; J. Lapensee, 1,319.36; L. 
Laplante, 982.58; D. A. Lapp, 2,396.72; D. S. Lawless, 4,036.19; J. F. Lawless, 
1,875.58; C. W. Lees, 1,085.82; F. A. Leitch, 2,073.17; W. L. Lovell, 1,562.47; 
J. S. Lowcock, 2,554.02; D. R. MacDonald, 2,613.78; A. J. MacLean, 2,429.15; 
R. H. Macklem, 2,257.31; G. A. MacLeod, 3,104.76; W. MacMillan, 2,278.45; 
G. F. Mann, 2,467.44; A. A. Martin, 2,514.87; C. P. Matthews, 2,456.26; R. R. 
Maurice, 1,985.33; J. C. McClelland, 1,773.11; A. D. McColl, 2,986.34; F. J. 
McDonald, 2,151.13; T. R. McEwen, 2,438.78; G. S. Mclntyre, 2,994.22; A. G. 
McKay, 2,114.05; W. J. McLeod, 3,178.22; C. E. McMullen, 3,593.11; A. M. 
McNamara, 2,931.73; R. J. McNaughton, 2,670.31; L. L. McNeill, 1,001.41; 
W. R. McVittie, 1,699.56; T. S. Melady, 1,178.52; L. P. Menzies, 1,833.09; 
J. R. Millette, 2,126.99; F. R. Mills, 1,503.09; F. A. Moreau, 3,299.04; N. Muir, 
2,506.43; M. C. Napper, 1,784.52; G. W. Nelson, 2,173.75; G. M. Nobes, 2,738.23; 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION DJ7 

Elementary Education Branch — Continued 

Inspection of Elementary Schools — Continued 

Travelling and Office Expenses — Continued 

E. Oakes, 2,385.27; S. D. Oakes, 2,346.43; H. B. Paul, 885.03; H. J. Payette, 
2,326.48; J. R. Peat, 2,425.49; E. G. Peterson, 3,459.99; P. E. Piche, 1,818.17; 
W. G. Rae, 1,819.77; C. A. Rath, 2,702.11; R. E. Rawlings, 2,788.20; E. C. 
Reeb, 2,427.08; G. F. Ross, 1,580.21; J. L. Runnalls, 2,992.79; J. V. Scanlan, 
1,367.29; J. J. Schnekenburger, 2,860.60; P. M. Scott, 3,453.12; W. K. Shea, 
3,250.77; A. P. Silcox, 1,840.18; D. W. Simpson, 2,723.22; L. L. Sinclair, 1,982.93; 
L. L. Skuce, 3,931.61; A. W. Smith, 2,673.99; C. G. Smith, 2,476.76; R. R. 
Steele, 4,399.80; W. J. Stewart, 1,223.89; A. Stouffer, 1,398.13; PH. Torrance, 
4,298.49; J. W. Trusler, 3,618.71; E. R. Underhill, 1,423.41; A. V. Vincent, 
2,345.49; N. E. Ward, 1,364.57; E. J. Webster, 2,619.06; J. C. Webster, 3,961.64; 
H. L. Welch, 1,738.94; N. R. Wightman, 1,806.62; J. C. Wilker, 2,502.76; C. W. 
Young, 2,310.11; D. I. Young, 3,301.90; E. W. Young, 2,632.69; G. Young, 
2,235.89; Accounts under $800, 9,916.63 378,596 48 

Miscellaneous: 

H. H. Popham & Co., Ltd., 2,584.40; Accounts under $2,000, 8,818.97 11,403 37 

Inspection of Indian Schools— Services and Travelling Expenses ($2,999.43) 

Sundry Inspectors, services, 1,976.00; travelling expenses, 1,023.43 2,999 43 

Inspection of Elementary Schools $1,545,954 39 

Railway School Cars 

Salaries ($20,449.74) 

Sundry Employees 20,449 74 

Travelling Expenses ($363.27) 
Accounts under $800 363 27 

Maintenance ($5,306.16) 

Canadian National Railways, 2,151.50; Accounts under $2,000, 3,154.66 5,306 16 

Railway School Cars $26,119 17 

Elementary Education Branch $1,689,992 35 



SECONDARY EDUCATION BRANCH 
Salaries ($295,986.61) 

C. Asburv, 9,159,92; L. S. Beattie, 9,900.00; C. W. Booth, 5,566.62; O. M. Brown- 
lee, 6,849.96; A. W. Cameron, 4,701.67; M. A. Clarke, 7,899.96; E. J. Davies, 
9,499.92; N. Davies, 8,959.92; C. C. Fisher, 4,713.86; T. O. Fowler, 8,959.92; 
A. Gamble, 8,659.92; D. W 7 . Gordon, 7,899.96; J. F. Guenther, 8,809.92; G. P. 
Hillmer, 8,809.92; G. E. Johnson, 8,959.92; W. T. Laing, 8,809.92; A. L. Lakie, 
8,959.92; H. Lemieux, 8,959.92; H. M. Matthews, 7,499.94; E. R. McClellan, 
8,809.92; A. H. McKague, 8,659.92; F. M. Mitchell, 6,849.96; A. M. Moon, 
9,649.92; S. D. Rendall, 9,781.61; W. R. Stewart, 9,159.92; J. F. Swayze, 8,259.96; 
J. R. Thomson, 8,259.96; W. S. Turner, 4,993.28; R. H. Wallace, 8,959.92; 

D. J. Wilson, 4,993.28; W. T. Ziegler, 8,659.92; Other salaries, 50,278.93 

300,897 59 

Less: Transferred to Dominion-Provincial Agreements 4,910 98 



295,986 61 



Travelling and Office Expenses ($50,590.63) 

A. W. Bishop, 1,233.01; O. M. Brownlee, 1,183.93; M. A. Clarke, 1,448.95; N. Davies, 
2,386.33; T O. Fowler, 1,366.44; A. Gamble, 1,218.69; D. W. Gordon, 1,494.41; 



D 18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Secondary Education Branch — Continued 

Travelling and Office Expenses — Continued 

J. F. Guenther, 1,665.70; G. P. Hillmer, 2,115.54; G. E. Johnson, 1,496.73; 
W. T. Laing, 2,708.02; A. L. Lakie, 1,451.09; H. Lemieux, 2,349.04; H. M. 
Matthews, 1,363.16; E. R. McClellan, 2,326.37; A. H. McKague, 3,512.91; 
A. M. Moon, 1,166.48; M. I. Mustard, 1,057.76; J. F. Swayze, 1,729.49; J. R. 
Thomson, 3,433.50; W. S. Turner, 1,582.05; R. H. Wallace, 1,090.85; D. J. 
Wilson, 1,479.28; W. T. Zeigler, 2,782.01; Accounts under $800, 6,948.89. . . . 



50,590 63 



Maintenance ($3,331.73) 

Accounts under $2,000 3,331 73 

Secondary Education Branch, Salaries, etc $349,908 97 

Ryerson Institute of Technology, Toronto 



Salaries ($742,032.80) 

H. Allman, 5,549.94; W. H. Anderson, 5,799.96; M. Bergsteinson, 5,799.96; 
D. E. Bridge, 7,799.94; G. M. Bullock, 4,749.96; H. Burke, 4,749.96; V. J. Byers, 
6,049.92; A. B. Carr, 6,099.96; F. A. Chapman, 4,599.96; R. Charles, 5,299.98; 
M. E. Conway, 4,599.96; D. H. Craighead, 6,799.98; E. A. DeMings, 6,150.00; 
L. G. Dobson, 7,199.94; G. S. Eligh, 4,599.96; G. W. Ford, 5,099.94; A. G. 
Forsey, 4,799.94; B. J. Forsythe, 4,799.94; E. A. Grant, 4,799.94; R. E. Gregory, 
4,899.96; H. C. Hawes, 6,259.92; J. W. Hazelton, 5,866.64; E. Henson, 4,749.96; 
J. Hersh, 4,599.96; H. G. Hitchman, 4,759.92; L. H. Holmes, 4,749.96; C. R. 
Horney, 4,799.94; H. Howard, 6,049.92; C. M. Jackson, 5,549.94; H. W. Jackson 
6,150.00; W. E. James, 4,899.96; D. A. Kelly, 5,549.94; H. H. Kerr, 9,159.96; 
D. Klimow, 4,799.94; A. A. Knight, 4,899.96; J. T. Koski, 4,799.94; A. Kufluk, 
4,749.96; A. R. Low, 5,099.94; C. I. MacBeth, 4,799.94; J. W. Marshall, 4,599.96; 
D. C. McNeill, 5,049.96; D. G. McRae, 7,509.96; H. G. Mitchener, 4,899.96; 
S. W. Murdoch, 5,160.00; E. L. Palin, 6,849.96; A. N. Parsons, 5,749.92; D. S. 
Parsons, 4,599.96; J. W. Peacock, 6,099.96; J. Peters, 4,799.94; P. Popovich, 
4,599.96; T. H. Purdon, 6,049.92; C. A. Robson, 5,250.00; C. M. Rodkiewicz, 
4,599.96; A. Sauro, 5,199.96; E. U. Schrader, 6,899.94; E. L. Scott, 4,549.92; 
H. Shaffer, 4,599.96; D. L. Sheahan, 4,749.96; R. Soame, 5,959.92; G. L. Stewart, 
5,659.92; M. Straka, 4,599.96; B. H. Stromquist, 4,799.94; C. S. Temple, 5,899.98; 
A. Thiessen, 4,599.96; A. E. Thomas, 4,599.96; A. E. Toogood, 5,099.94; F. J. 
Travell, 4,799.94; W. B. Trimble, 5,799.96; G. V. VanTausk, 4,959.96; J. A. 
Walsh. 4,599.96; H. P. Wattie, 6,349.92; B. G. Werner, 6,849.96; E. G. West, 

5,959.92; C. R. Worsley, 6,349.92; D. A. Worton, 4,599.96; Other salaries, 

304,813.27; Extra services, Night Classes, 31,366.49 742,032 80 



Travelling Expenses ($1,921.33) 



Accounts under $800. 



1,921 33 



Maintenance ($111,161.80) 

Canadian Corps of Commissionaires, 9,330.40; Circuit Electric Co., Ltd., 9,302.31; 
Industrial Supply House, 3,150.52; Kingston Road Lumber & Coal, Ltd., 
3,112.46; Regent Refining (Canada), Ltd., 21,499.91; St. Clair Plumbing, Heat- 
ing & Supplies, Ltd., 16,627.54; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 15,253.12; 

G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 2,008.81; Postage, 2.002.10; telephone, 3,258.35; 

accounts under $2,000, 25,616.28 111,161 



80 



Instructional Supplies ($61,976.90) 

Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 2,027.01; Toronto Camera Exchange, Ltd., 

5,347.98; Toronto Northwest Lumber Co., Ltd., 2,279.87; Accounts under 

$2,000, 52,322.04 61,976 90 



Cafeteria Supplies ($30,698.03) 

Acme Farmers Dairy, Ltd., 3,096.63; Borden Co., Ltd., 2.306.55; Canada Packers, 
Ltd., 2,933.90; Donlands Dairy, Ltd., 2,795.27; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 
3,433.98; Puddy Bros., Ltd., 3,269.44; Accounts under $2,000, 12,862.26. . . . 



30,698 03 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION DJ9 

Secondary Education Branch — Continued 

Ryerson Institute of Technology, Toronto — Continued 

Purchase of Equipment ($74,864.49) 

Bach-Simpson, Ltd., 2,273.40; Beisinger Industries, Ltd., 3,886.00; Bepco Canada, 
Ltd., 2,678.54; Brown & Collett, Ltd., 2,339.82; Canadian General Electric Co., 
Ltd., 5,689.20; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 2,277.90; Century Lighting, 
Inc., 2,446.79; A. D. Gorrie & Co., Ltd., 2,717.85; Hughes-Owens Co., Ltd., 
3,477.34; Sinclair Radio Laboratories, Ltd., 2,382.93; Toronto Camera Exchange, 
Ltd., 6,907.07; Accounts under $2,000, 37,787.65 74,864 49 

Ryerson Institute of Technology, Toronto $1,022,655 35 

Other Technical Institutes 

Salaries ($105,731.68) 

Provincial Institute of Mining, Haileybury: 

D. W. Atchison, 6,659.94; M. B. Glazier, 5,549.94; C. W. Tyson, 6,099.96; O. E. 

Walli, 8,059.92; Other salaries, 13,736.99 40,106 75 

Provincial Institute of Textiles, Hamilton: 

C. C. Ashcroft, 3,433.30; D. Cooper, 2,289.15; W. Hodgson, 2,583.30; D. S. 

Leishman, 1,998.30; S. Mitminger, 2,165.00; N. H. Pomfret, 2,165.00; Other 

salaries, 4,543.62 19,177 67 

Lakehead Technical Institute, Port Arthur: 

W. S. Armstrong, 6,099.96; H. S. Braun, 7,719.92; J. W. Haggerty, 4,799.94; 

W. D. MacKinnon, 5,099.94; T. W. Page, 5,549.94; Other salaries, 17,177.56. . 46,447 26 

Travelling Expenses ($903.26) 

Provincial Institute of Mining, Haileybury 386 40 

Provincial Institute of Textiles, Hamilton 172 39 

Lakehead Technical Institute, Port Arthur 344 47 

Accounts under $800 903 26 

Maintenance ($17,542.63) 

Provincial Institute of Mining, Haileybury 5,282 55 

Provincial Institute of Textiles, Hamilton 5,784 97 

Lakehead Technical Institute, Port Arthur 6,475 11 

City of Hamilton Board of Education, 3,848.71; Sundry Public Utility Commissions, 

2,082.91 Accounts under $2,000, 15,642.57 21,574 19 

Less: Sale of books 4,031 56 

17,542 63 

Purchase of Equipment ($2,162.07) 

Provincial Institute of Mining, Haileybury 1.394 57 

Lakehead Technical Institute, Port Arthur 767 50 

Accounts under $2,000 2,162 07 

Institutes to be Established ($44,987.40) 

(Hamilton Institute of Technology, Hamilton) 
Salaries : 

C. C. Ashcroft, 5,326.62; D. Cooper, 3,320.79; W. Hodgson, 4,046.66; D. S. 

Leishman, 3,171.66; S. Mitminger, 3,174.98; N. H. Pomfret, 3,174.98; 

Other salaries, 10,681.57 32,897 26 

Travelling Expenses : 

Accounts under $800 377 67 

Maintenance: 

Accounts under $2,000 11,712 47 

Other Technical Institutes $171,327 04 



D20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Secondary Education Branch — Continued 
Provincial Institute of Trades, Toronto 

Salaries ($371,159.55) 

F. A. Anderson, 5,299.98; A. W. Beverly, 5,160.00; J. D. Carnegie, 4,749.96; M. 
Cohn, 6,174.96; C. L. Emery, 4,786.17; T. J. Hanna, 5,049.96; C. J. Hutchison, 
4,549.92; G. G. Ingles, 6,649.92; G. R. Lawson, 4,759.92; C. C. Lloyd, 5,160.00; 
J. Lord, 5,049.96; W. M. Maitland, 4,759.92; C. H. Norman, 5,250.00; S. H. 
Porter, 4,899.96; C. C. Strahm, 4,549.92; H. E. Talbot, 6,649.92; H. W. Thompson, 
4,959.96; H. V. Wilkins, 6,259.92; W. L. Wood, 4,749.96; R. E. Ziegler, 5,160.00; 

Other salaries, 245,921.67; Extra services, Night Classes, 21,140.89 

371,692 87 

Less: Transferred to Dominion-Provincial Agreements 533 32 



371,159 55 



Travelling Expenses ($1,377.87) 
Accounts under $800 1,377 87 

Maintenance ($57,999.89) 

British American Oil Co., Ltd., 8,415.76; Canadian Corps of Commissionaires, 
12,066.60; Industrial Supply House, 3,240.77; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 
10,567.23; Accounts under $2,000, 23,709.53 57,999 89 

Instructional Supplies ($93,869.15) 

Addison Cadillac Oldsmobile, Ltd., 7,596.66; Circuit Electric Co., Ltd., 14,125.94; 
Crane, Ltd., 4,578.33; Elgin Motors Co., Ltd., 4,496.13; Anthony Foster & 
Sons, Ltd., 2,230.02; General Motors Products of Canada, Ltd., 3,291.99; May- 
dwell Manufacturing Co., 2,420.06; Rocamora Bros., Ltd., 2,099.50; Welders 

Supply Co., 3,932.31; Zenith Electric Supply Ltd., 7,038.79; Accounts under 

$2,000, 55,279.79 107,089 52 

Less: Costs recovered re motor vehicle repairs 13,220 37 



93,869 15 



Purchase of Equipment ($72,098.43) 



Air Reduction Canada, Ltd., 2,387.31; Bennett Equipment & Supply, Ltd., 3,282.50; 
Binks Manufacturing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 4,701.53; Brown & Collett, Ltd., 
2,113.50; Anthony Foster & Sons, Ltd., 4,796.67; General Motors Products 
of Canada, Ltd., 2,838.00; National Office Furniture, Co., 6,937.67; Philco 
Corp. of Canada, Ltd., 2,916.05; Radio Trade Supply, Ltd., 2,302.00; Royce 
Metal Products, 2,294.10; Accounts under $2,000, 37,529.10 72,098 43 

Buildings — Completion of Erection and Alterations ($9,998.73) 

Interstate Building Products, 6,695.06; Accounts under $2,000, 3,303.67 9,998 73 

Total $606,503 62 

Less: Refund, Department of Labour, cost of training 

apprentices 273,050 75 



Provincial Institute of Trades, Toronto $333,452 87 

Dominion-Provincial Agreements 

Services, Expenses, etc. ($10,038.42) 

Salaries: 

Sundry Employees, 1,509.73; Transferred from Secondary Education Branch 
and Main Office, 5,497.36 7,007 09 

Miscellaneous: 

Sundry Persons, tuition, transportation, text-books, etc., for the Handicapped, 
14,929.49; Variety Village School Board, 6,038.40; Accounts under $2,000, 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION D21 

Secondary Education Branch — Continued 

Dominion-Provincial Agreements — Continued 

Services. Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

3,004.05 23,971 94 

Total 30,979 03 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 20,940 61 

10,038 42 

Dominion-Provincial Agreements $ 10,038 42 

Secondary Education Branch $1,887,382 65 

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING BRANCH 

Salaries ($36,455.20) 

H. E. Elborn, 9,941.62; J. B. Healy, 2,666.64; C. A. Mustard, 8,649.96; F. S. Rivers, 

6,312.50; G. L. Woodruff, 3,033.32; Other salaries, 5,851.16 36,455 20 

Travelling Expenses ($2,933.88) 

C. A. Mustard, 1,017.99; Accounts under $800, 1,915.89 2,933 88 

Maintenance ($129.63) 

Accounts under $2,000 129 63 

Recruitment and Selection Expenses ($8,999.31) 

Services : 

Sundry Persons, interviewing Applicants for Teachers' Colleges 1,430 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

C. A. Mustard, 1,688.25; Sundry Masters, Teachers and Instructors, 3,613.74; 

Accounts under $800, 227.35 5,529 34 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $2,000 2,039 97 

Teachers' College Summer Courses — Services, Expenses, etc. ($65,916.72) 

Services and Expenses: 

Sundry Principals, Teachers and Clerks, services, 29,786.50; Sundry Persons, 
travelling expenses, 16,529.80; Sundry Students, travelling expenses (in excess 
of five dollars), 4,928.05 51,244 35 

Miscellaneous: 

Queen's Printer, 2,122.68; Sundry Doctors, Nurses, etc., re medical examination 
of Teachers' College Students, 6,488.00; Toronto Board of Education, 3,345.89; 
Accounts under $2,000, 2,715.80 14,672 37 

Professional Training Branch, Salaries, etc $114,434 74 

Teachers' Colleges 

Salaries ($920,431.04) 

Hamilton: 

J. A. Aikman, 6,199.98; J. Bain, 5,899.98; R. H. Brayford, 7,199.94; D. W. 
Burns, 3,516.64; G. O. Dickinson, 4,099.98; J. L. Field, 6,199.98; H. G. Lockett, 
8,059.92; J. J. Londerville, 2,500.00; E. A. Martin, 6,199.98; R. I. Mcllroy, 
5,349.96; A. M. Pyke, 6,499.98; M. G. Seavey, 5,799.96; D. C. Sifton, 5,899.98; 
G. L. Woodruff, 5,753.28; Other salaries, 32,513.65 111,693 21 



D 22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Professional Training Branch — Continued 

Teachers' Colleges — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

London: 

B. G. Bergey, 6,199.98; F. C. Biehl, 8,659.92; R. S. Devereux, 6,499.98; G. O. 
Dickinson, 2,500.00; G. H. Dobrindt, 8,059.92; J. A. Eaman, 6,199.98; R. L. 
Fritz, 5,899.98; J. B. Healy, 5,220.00; L. B. Hyde, 8,059.92; C. M. LaCapria, 
5,533.32; A. M. Lawson, 6,199.98; N. B. Massey, 6,199.98; W. R. Prendergast, 
5,349.96; L. G. Queen, 2,416.65; S. J. Rogers, 6,199.98; F. G. Walker, 6,499.98; 
Other salaries, 46,615.70 142,315 23 

North Bay: 

E. C. Beacom, 8,809.92; M. J. Curtis, 6,199.98; J. D. Deyell, 8,059.92; 
D. Husband, 5,899.98; J. Irwin, 6,499.98; A. M. Johnson, 5,003.73; W. C. Mc- 
Clure, 5,899.98; E. M. Mitchell, 4,575.00; W. U. Pauli, 5,899.98; A. B. Reed, 
5,899.98; R. M. Surtees, 6,199.98; Other salaries, 14,190.46 83,138 89 

Ottawa : 

F. L. Barrigar, 6,499.98; D. H. Dunn, 6,199.98; C. Grant, 4,575.00; W. H. Jackson, 
6,199.98; W. K. Kendrick, 8,959.92; D. MacRae, 6,499.98; M. E. Otterman, 
6,499.98; D. H. Ryan, 6,849.96; R. E. Rycroft, 5,899.98; A. P. Silcox, 3,083.30; 

J. E. Smith, 7,199.94; Other salaries, 33,395.52 101,863 52 

Peterborough : 

L. W. Copp, 8,809.92; J. J. Londerville, 4,366.62; Q. McKinney, 5,574.98; I. E. 
McKone, 5,349.96; P. A. Moore, 6,199.98; G. E. Munro, 5,349.96; B. E. Nelligan, 
5,899.98; F. B. Smitheram, 7,899.96; Other salaries, 29,100.91 78,552 27 

Stratford : 

M. O. Armstrong, 6,199.98; H. Bowers, 8,959.92; J. L. Bowers, 6,199.98; J. W. 
Coulter, 5,899.98; W. F. Hampton, 6,199.98; D. I. Mcintosh, 5,899.98; B. A. 
Mennie, 5,899.98; E. J. Neville, 5,899.98; R. A. Oliver, 6,499.98; W. A. West, 
6,499.98; Other salaries, 27,814.02 91,973 76 

Toronto: 

M. P. Bainbridge, 6,499.98; R. A. Belfry, 5,899.98; R. C. Blackwell, 5,899.98; 
H. A. Blanchard, 8,659.92; D. W. Burns, 2,333.30; H. L. Chessum, 5,899.98; 
D. A. Clee, 6,199.98; B. Dick, 6,599.94; M. J. Dobson, 6,199.98; D. E. Farwell, 
6,199.98; D. C. Fuller, 5,160.00; H. G. Hedges, 6,499.98; J. M. Home, 6,499.98; 
J. F. Johnson, 6,199.98; R. A. Johnston, 8,809.92; R. McBurney, 5,899.98; 
J. V. Mclntyre, 8,059.92; M. H. Park, 8,059.92; M. B. Parnall, 6,199.98; E. J. 
Quick, 6,199.98; W. M. Ransberry, 6,499.98; V. E. Russell, 5,899.98; S. Stanley, 
6,499.98; R. O. Staples, 8,059.92; J. D. Stennett, 6,499.98; E. St. John, 4,575.00; 
W. G. Stone, 6,199.98; W. L. Strieker, 5,849.94; Other salaries, 67,516.18. . . . 245,583 60 

University of Ottawa: 

A. J. Beneteau, 6,976.12; E. Dubois, 6,199.98; J. E. Godbout, 7,899.96; L. P. 
Pigeon, 7,860.00; R. Saint Denis, 8,059.92; M. B. Tarte, 4,575.00; E. J. Watson, 
8,059.92; Other salaries, 15,679.66 65,310 56 

Travelling Expenses ($11,325.11) 

Hamilton, 2,030.74; London 1,784.88; North Bay, 1,067.79; Ottawa, 
1,621.38; Peterborough, 1,495.31; Stratford, 1,429.90; Toronto, 1,207.42; 
University of Ottawa, 687.69. 

G. E. Munro, 1,365.44; Accounts under $800, 9,959.67 11,325 11 

Maintenance ($115,188.61) 

Hamilton, 9,259.48; London, 11,746.83; North Bay, 8,995.67; Ottawa, 
15,178.23; Peterborough, 8,993.60; Stratford, 8,280.69; Toronto, 
30,771.07; University of Ottawa, 21,963.04. 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. of Canada, Ltd., 3,425.44; Central Scientific Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., 2,418.85; J. Henry & Son, Ltd.. 5,507.23; Imperial Oil, Ltd.. 
10,254.61; McAllister Supply Co., 3,533.86; Queen's Printer, 10,683.76; Sundry 
Public Utilities, electric, water, gas, etc., 6,443.85; University of Ottawa, 6,837.92; 

East York Hydro Electric Commission, 4,491.86; Newspapers, books and 

periodicals, 8,587.85; telephone, 2,735.76; accounts under $2000, 50,267.62 . 115,188 61 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION D 23 

Professional Training Branch — Continued 

Teachers' Colleges — Continued 

Practice Teaching Expenses ($398,839.10) 

Services and Expenses of Critic Teachers: 

Sundry Teachers 328,214 35 

Payments to School Boards for Use of Schools: 

Sundry Boards 54,601 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

Sundry Masters, Teachers and Instructors 16,023 75 

Medical Examination Expenses ($22,985.74) 

Sundry Doctors, Hospitals, Radiologists, etc., 20,913.00; Accounts under $2,000, 

2,072.74 22,985 74 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($33,547.45) 

Sundry Students: 

North Bay Teachers' College, 1,940.85; University of Ottawa Teachers' College, 

31,606.60 33,547 45 

Teachers' Colleges $1,502,317 05 

Professional Training Branch $1,616,751 79 



special services 

Art 

Salaries ($9,967.45) 

C. D. Gaitskell, 7,860.00; Other salaries, 2,107.45 9,967 45 

Travelling Expenses ($1,740.37) 

C. D. Gaitskell 1,740 37 

Maintenance ($368.70) 

Accounts under $2000 368 70 

Operation of Art Classes — Services, Maintenance, etc. ($1,270.71) 

Services: 

Sundry Persons 1,000 00 

Maintenance: 

Accounts under $2,000 270 71 



Art $13,347 23 



Audio-Visual Education 

Salaries ($34,892.37) 

J. W. Grimmon, 7,860.00; Other salaries, 27,032.37 34,892 37 

Travelling Expenses ($733.29) 

Accounts under $800 733 29 



D 24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Special Services — Continued 

Audio-Visual Education — Continued 

Radio Broadcasts, etc. ($24,817.12) 

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 15,044.62; Sundry Radio Consultants, Script- 
writers, etc., 9,672.50; Accounts under $2,000, 100.00 24,817 12 

Films — Purchase, Repair, etc. ($91,486.26) 

Audio-Visual Associates, 2,271.45; Canadian Film Institute, 3,994.54; Encyclopaedia 
Britannica Films (Canada), Ltd., 2,913.03; General Films, Ltd., 30,945.35; 
Moviecraft Films, 6,629.56; Receiver General of Canada, 9,483.65; Ryerson Press, 

4,367.50; Sovereign Film Distributors, Ltd., 18,421.55; Express, etc., 8,047.04; 

accounts under $2000, 4,412.59 91,486 26 

Maintenance ($2,344.71) 
Accounts under $2,000 2,344 71 

Audio-Visual Education $154,273 75 



Auxiliary, Guidance and Statistical Services 

Salaries ($103,650.18) 

H. R. Beattie, 8,941.61; W. A. Campbell, 5,649.96; P. R. Detenbeck, 6,199.98; E. E. 
Huff, 6,199.98; A. McLeod, 5,499.96; W. R. Quance, 5,899.98; J. F. Stinson, 

6,209.96; C. E. Stothers, 7,791.63; W. C. Taylor, 6,199.98; Other salaries, 

45,057.14 103,650 IS 

Travelling Expenses ($10,524.43) 

W. K. Clarke, 1,131.46; P. R. Detenbeck, 878.15; E. L. Fretz, 907.69; E. E. Huff, 
1,555.89; D. A. MacTavish, 1,366.24; W. R. Quance, 1,829.37; W. C. Taylor, 
1,033.88; Accounts under $800, 1,821.75 10,524 43 

Maintenance ($19,386.60) 

International Business Machines Co., Ltd., 8,866.04; Queen's Printer, 2,355.96; 

University of Toronto, 5,107.12; Accounts under $2,000, 3,057.48 19,386 60 

Test-Books for Pupils with Defective Sight ($2,946.70) 

Stanwix House, Inc., 2,817.47; Accounts under $2,000, 129.23 2,946 70 

Educational Services for the Handicapped for whom no other provision 
can be made ($15,473.21) 

Instruction Services: 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 2,942.93; W. G. Jewett, 2,095.61; 

Sundry Schools, Business Colleges, etc., 4,507.09; Accounts under $2,000, 

2,938.35 

Miscellaneous: 

Sundry Boards of Education, Taxi Services, etc., transportation 



Cost of Education of French-speaking Deaf and Blind Children in attendance 
at Institutions outside Ontario ($16,200.00) 

Institut Nazareth, 750.00; L'Institution Des Sourds-Muets, 8,175.00; L'Institution 
Des Sourds-Muettes, 5,775.00; Montreal Association for the Blind, 1,500.00 

Auxiliary, Guidance and Statistical Services $168,181 12 



12,483 98 




2,989 23 








16,200 00 





1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION D 25 

Special Services — Continued 
Community Programmes Branch 

Salaries ($209,300.09) 

D. O. Butler, 5,499.96; S. Davidovich, 6,459.96; J. C. Eilbeck, 5,749.92; D. A. Garvie, 
6,259.92; A. J. Hanchard, 5,859.96; H. W. Harton, 6,049.92; B. A. Lalande, 
5,049.96; T. A. Leishman, 6,299.94; D. W. Maddocks, 4,849.92; J. L. McNeil, 
5,049.96; G. H. Miller, 5,499.96; D. L. Minshall, 5,749.92; J. E. Paterson, 5,049.96; 
L. P. Poirier, 5,049.96; R. E. Secord, 5,049.96; O. R. Stalter, 5,599.98; H. E. 

Thomas, 5,499.96; C. A. Weir, 5,749.92; K. L. Young, 7,110.00; Other 

salaries, 101,811.05 209,300 09 

Travelling Expenses ($10,595.99) 

D. O. Butler, 841.93; H. W. Harton, 1,233.61; H. G. Merten, 1,085.49; E. Saracuse, 

850.80; C. A. Weir, 992.27; K. L. Young, 2,060.18; Accounts under $800, 

3,531.71 10,595 99 

Maintenance ($7,316.77) 
Queen's Printer, 3,443.37; Accounts under $2,000, 3,873.40 7,316 77 

Travelling and Office Expenses of District Officers ($31,332.84) 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. C. Eilbeck, 925.56; D. A. Garvie, 1,390.63; B. A. Lalande, 2,203.75; D. W. 
Maddocks, 2,150.92; J. L. McNeil, 1,898.90.; G. H. Miller, 1,674.42; D. L. 
Minshall, 1,390.91; J. E. Paterson, 1,062.48; L. P. Poirier, 1,259.02; R. E. Secord, 

1,324.45; H. E. Thomas, 809.65; W. J. Watson, 2,192.10; Accounts under $800, 

463.60 18,746 39 

Office Expenses: 

Queen's Printer, 1,604.07; Sundry Persons, rent, 4,725.00; Telephone, 2,640.99; 

accounts under $2,000, 3,616.39 12,586 45 

Radio and Visual Aids — Services, Expenses, etc. ($1,767.66) 
Accounts under $2,000 1,767 66 

Publications ($6,834.71) 
Queen's Printer, 6,256.72; Accounts under $2,000, 577.99 6,834 71 

Publicity ($153.96) 

Accounts under $2,000 153 96 

Leadership Training Courses and Conferences, etc. — Services, 
Travelling Expenses, etc. ($9,251.07) 
Services and Expenses: 

Sundry Instructors, services, 2,894.50; expenses, 4,069.26 6,963 76 

Miscellaneous: 

Sundry Municipalities, etc., tuition fees re employees attending courses, 1,921.50; 

Accounts under $2,000, 365.81 2,287 31 

Rural Community Night Schools — Services and Expenses, etc. ($12,678.00) 

Sundry Instructors, services 12,678 00 

Training in Citizenship for Adults— Services, Expenses, etc. ($38,578.66) 

Services and Expenses: 

Sundry Instructors, services, 27,925.33; expenses, 3,229.88 31,155 21 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $2,000 7,423 45 



D 26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Special Services — Continued 
Community Programmes Branch — Continued 
Arts and Crafts— Development Expenses ($2,131.20) 
Travelling Expenses: 

M. E. Muff, 801.60; Accounts under $800, 763.44 1,565 04 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $2,000 566 16 

Community Programmes Branch $329,940 95 



Correspondence Courses 

Salaries ($169,997.17) 

A. C. Hall, 4,599.96; M. C. Johnston, 4,599.96; A. McAlpine, 4,799.94; L. M. 
McKenzie, 7,459.92; H. I. McSherry, 4,999.98; M. K. Mungovan, 4,799.94; 
R. V. Scott, 4,999.98; Other salaries, 133,737.49 169,997 17 

Travelling Expenses ($587.59) 
Accounts under $800 587 59 

Maintenance ($29,942.66) 

Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 4,015.95; Queen's Printer, 16,628.44; 

Books, periodicals, etc., 4,404.40; accounts under $2,000, 4,893.87 29,942 66 

Revision of Courses — Services, Expenses, etc. ($4,326.50) 

Services and Expenses: 

Sundry Persons, services, 2,575.00; expenses, 1,751.50 4,326 50 

Correspondence Courses $204,853 92 



Music 

Salaries ($29,841.24) 

J. Beaulieu, 6,199.98; G. R. Fenwick, 8,109.96; B. S. McCool, 6,549.96; L. G. Queen, 

3,658.33; Other salaries, 5,323.01 29,841 24 

Travelling Expenses ($5,982.25) 

J. Beaulieu, 1,317.07; G. R. Fenwick, 1,005.64; B. S. McCool, 2,739.68; L. G. Queen, 

919.86 5,982 25 

Maintenance ($418.30) 

Accounts under $2,000 418 30 

Concert Tours— Operating Fund ($7,553.77) 

Sundry Persons, fees, 6,410.00; transportation, meals, etc., 5,487.90. . . . 11,897 90 

Less: Refunds from various Organizations 4,344 13 

7,553 77 

Music $43,795 56 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION D_27 

Special Services — Continued 
Physical and Health Education, etc. 

Salaries ($42,201.07) 

N. Chatwin, 6,199.98; H. M. Devenney, 5,899.98; F. G. Runacres, 6,199.98; E. B. 

Sexton, 6,549.96; G. A. Wright, 8,109.96; J. Young, 4,949.94; Other salaries, 

4,291.27 42,201 07 

Travelling Expenses ($7,468.52) 

N. Chatwin, 1,469.60; H. M. Devenney, 1,096.79; F. G. Runacres, 1,685.19; E. B. 

Sexton, 1,435.31; J. Young, 1,086.82; Accounts under $800, 694.81 7,468 52 

Maintenance ($2,106.60) 

Accounts under $2,000 2,106 60 

Training Courses— Services, Travelling Expenses, etc. ($1,430.99) 

Services and Expenses: 

Sundry Instructors, services, 225.00; expenses, 264.21 489 21 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $2,000 941 78 

Physical and Health Education, etc $53,207 18 



Summer Camps 

Salaries ($9,157.92) 
Sundry Employees 9,157 92 

Travelling Expenses ($2,527.57) 
H. M. Devenney, 809.18; Accounts under $800, 1,718.39 2,527 57 

Camps — Development and Maintenance ($22,702.42) 

British & American Motors, Ltd., 2,729.31; Pay List, wages of men, etc., 6,191.00; 

Switzer Planing Mills, Ltd., 2,924.24; Accounts under $2,000, 10,857.87 22,702 42 

Operation of Camps — Services, Supplies, etc. ($56,527.59) 

Carters Restaurant, Ltd., 24,575.00; Sundry Boards of Education, etc., transportation 
assistance to Students in excess of ten and fifteen dollars, 2,350.75; Sundry Camp 

Directors, Counsellors and Staffs, etc., services, 18,374.09; expenses, 1,096.34; 

Accounts under $2,000, 10,131.41 56,527 59 

Summer Camps $90,915 50 

Summer Courses for Teachers 

Services, Expenses, etc. ($167,890.06) 

Teachers, Lecturers, Staff, etc.: 

Services, 118,077.50; expenses, 11,972.51 130,050 01 

Miscellaneous: 

Queen's Printer, 4,733.95; Sundry School Boards, etc., use of schools, etc., 
2,200.26; Toronto Board of Education, 6,696.35; University of Toronto, 2,350.80; 
Newspapers, books and periodicals, 2,198.92; accounts under $2,000, 19,659.77 37,840 05 

Summer Courses for Teachers $167,890 06 

Special Services $1,226,405 27 



D 28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS 

Salaries ($167,557.88) 



C. A. Brown, 10,875.00; P. L. Burrows, 5,199.96; F. Hogg, 6,060.00; R. C. Johnston, 

5,099.94; J. B. Silcox, 6,159.96; G. J. Westwood, 7,459.92; Other salaries, 

126,703.10 167,557 88 

Travelling Expenses ($171.84) 
Accounts under $800 171 84 

Maintenance ($21,997.21) 

Queen's Printer, 10,156.67; University of Toronto, 6,303.07; Accounts under 

$2,000, 5,537.47 21,997 21 

Departmental Examinations ($395,794.62) 

Sundry Caretakers, services, 155.00; Sundry Examiners, services, 319,150.44; 

expenses, 13,150.06; Sundry Clerks, clerical assistance, 63,339.12 395,794 62 

Departmental Examinations $585,521 55 



PUBLIC LIBRARIES BRANCH 

Salaries ($25,284.94) 
M. E. Hughes, 4,575.00; A. Mowat, 8,109.96; Other salaries, 12,599.98 25,284 94 

Travelling Expenses ($2,491.01) 

A. Mowat, 2,044.12; Accounts under $800, 446.89 2,491 01 

Maintenance ($626.42) 

Accounts under $2,000 626 42 

Ontario Library Review— Publishing and Distributing ($5,850.12) 
Queen's Printer 5,850 12 

Library Institutes— Travelling Expenses of Experts and Delegates ($382.59) 
Sundry Persons 382 59 

Library Training Schools — Rental, Allowances to Librarians, etc. ($1,445.00) 

Sundry Persons, allowances 1,445 00 

Public Libraries Branch, Salaries, etc $36,080 08 

Travelling Libraries 

Salaries ($23,470.82) 
Sundry Employees 23,470 82 

Travelling Expenses ($315.98) 
Accounts under $800 315 98 

Maintenance ($17,968.61) 

Express, etc., 2,223.91; books, periodicals, etc., 13,987.14; accounts under $2,000, 

1,757.56 17,968 61 

Travelling Libraries $41,755 41 

Public Libraries Branch $77,835 49 






1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION D 29 

LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 
Salaries ($29,420.44) 

M. A. Fraser, 4,849.92; Other salaries, 24,570.52 29,420 44 

Travelling Expenses ($146.09) 

Accounts under $800 146 09 

Maintenance ($8,468.40) 

Newspapers, books, periodicals, etc., 6,757.98; accounts under $2,000, 1,710.42.. 8,468 40 
Legislative Library $38,034 93 



PUBLIC RECORDS AND ARCHIVES 

Salaries ($37,156.98) 

G. W. Spragge, 6,899.94; Other salaries, 30,257.04 37,156 98 

Travelling Expenses ($521.66) 

Accounts under $800 521 66 

Maintenance ($1,203.41) 

Accounts under $2,000 1,203 41 

Purchase and Preparation of Documents, etc., for Safekeeping ($2,269.21) 

Accounts under $2,000 2,269 21 

Public Records and Archives $41,151 26 



TEXT-BOOKS BRANCH 

Salaries ($10,289.83) 

S. D. Holmes, 7,533.26; Other salaries, 2,756.57 10,289 83 

Maintenance ($412.31) 

Accounts under $2,000 412 31 

Services, etc., of Selection Committees ($1,183.89) 

Accounts under $2,000 1,183 89 

Subsidies to Publishers to Supplement Retail Prices of Text-Books ($283.20) 

Accounts under $2,000 283 20 

Text-Books Branch $12,169 23 

ONTARIO SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND, BRANTFORD 

Salaries ($224,917.71) 

S. E. Armstrong, 7,560.00; J. E. Babb, 5,049.96; E. M. Edmondson, 4,999.98; A. M. 
Hodge, 5,099.94; W. H. Little, 5,199.96; E. A. Murray, 4,999.98; A. Trough ton, 
4,999.98; Other salaries, 187,007.91 224,917 71 

Travelling Expenses ($987.86) 

Accounts under $800 987 86 

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D 30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford — Continued 
Maintenance ($80,003.61) 

Groceries and Provisions 33,186 72 

Fuel, Light, Power and Water 21,086 30 

Repairs and Alterations 1,546 34 

School Supplies 4,594 55 

Farm and Garden 2,569 59 

Laundry and Cleaning 4,093 49 

Bedding and Clothing 700 70 

Furniture and Furnishings 5,876 40 

Medicines and Medical Supplies 426 12 

Office Expenses 1,930 08 

Miscellaneous 3,993 32 

Brantford Public Utilities Commission, 5,123.05; Les. Gilmour Meat Market, 
8,557.06; Ryerson Bros., Ltd., 3,497.64; Terrace Hill Dairy, Ltd., 8,062.98; 

George Watt & Sons, Ltd., 5,384.26; Welsh Fuel Co., Ltd., 16,042.68; 

Accounts under $2,000, 33,335.94 80,003 61 

Ontario School for the Blind, Brantford $305,909 18 



ONTARIO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF, BELLEVILLE 

Salaries ($397,020.03) 

J. Burnside, 4,999.98; E. J. Chard, 4,999.98; A. J. Clare, 5,099.94; K. B. Daly, 
4,999.98; J. G. Demeza, 8,760.00; M. H. Donoghue, 4,599.96; S. A. Gordon, 
5,250.00; M. I. Hegle, 5,250.00; J. W. Hodgson, 4,999.98; W. Huffman, 4,799.94; 
E. V. Hutchison, 4,799.94; H. M. Keeler, 4,999.98; M. L. Letersky, 4,799.94; 
M. C. Maloney, 5,250.00; M. E. Nichol, 4,999.98; M. B. Ryan, 4,599.96; A. C. 
Stratton, 4,999.98; R. VanAllen, 4,999.98; R. H. Vaughan, 4,999.98; A. Wanna- 

maker, 5,049.96; Other salaries, 294,083.83 397,343 29 

Less: Refund, Canadian Hearing Society 323 26 

397,020 03 



Travelling Expenses ($2,230.19) 
Accounts under $800 2,230 19 

Maintenance ($167,499.96) 

Groceries and Provisions 66,347 72 

Fuel, Light and Power 42,448 56 

Repairs and Alterations 2,235 87 

School Supplies 12,666 83 

Vocational Supplies 11,712 60 

Farm Expenses 9,033 40 

Laundry and Cleaning 4,599 95 

Bedding and Clothing 3,185 32 

Furniture and Furnishings 9,208 03 

Medicines and Medical Supplies 646 07 

Maintenance of School Bus 1,420 97 

Office Expenses 2,815 87 

Miscellaneous 1,178 77 

W. R. Bartlett, 2,471.92; Belleville Utilities Commission, 3,967.89; Clark & Miles, 
18,372.78; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 2,553.93; Erindale Foods, Ltd., 2,182.06; Houston 
Co., Ltd., 5,524.24; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 7,363.03; 
Livesey's Meat Market, 2,462.83; MacKenzie Feeds, Ltd., 2,292.40; National 
Grocers Co., Ltd., 10,326.82; Reid's Dairy, Ltd., 6,399.98; Rochester & Pitts- 
burgh Coal Co. (Canada) Ltd., 28,311.74; J. F. Rose, 4,381.25; Stirling Creamery, 
Ltd., 3,499.50; Walker Hardware Co., Ltd., 2,608.85; York Trading, Ltd., 
8,419.57; Accounts under $2,000, 56,361.17 167,499 96 

Ontario School for the Deaf, Belleville $566,750 18 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION D 31 

SCHOLARSHIPS, BURSARIES, ETC. 
Provincial and Dominion-Provincial Bursaries ($369,625.00) 

Sundry Students — Scholarships and Bursaries 469,625 00 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 100,000 00 

369,625 00 

Subsidy on Transportation of Students from Territorial Districts in 
attendance at Institutions of Higher Learning ($14,044.70) 

Sundry Students — Subsidy on transportation 14,044 70 

Scholarships, Bursaries, etc $383,669 70 



LEGISLATIVE GRANTS, ETC. 
General Legislative Grants ($73,666,059.72) 

Elementary Schools 50,130,221 35 

Secondary Schools 23,535,838 37 

Public Schools: Counties (excluding urban), 13,920,566.59; Districts (excluding 
urban), 4,538,462.96; Cities, 13,712,767.05; Other Urban, 5,681,802.97; Schools 
established under Sec. 66 of The Public Schools Act, 1,052,363.73 38,905,963 30 

Separate Schools: Counties (excluding urban), 2,487,724.35; Districts (excluding 

urban), 2,656,658.50; Cities, 3,774,935.85; Other Urban, 2,304,939.35 11,224,258 05 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes 19,776,614 07 

Continuation Schools 253,882 94 

Vocational Schools • 3,505,341 36 



Special Grant of $6.00 per Pupil of Average Daily Attendance in 1955 
in the Elementary and Secondary Schools ($5,446,777.78) 

Elementary Schools 4,534,629 94 

Secondary Schools 912,147 84 

Public Schools: Counties (excluding urban), 1,036,686.25; Districts (excluding urban), 
217,394.94; Cities, 1,626,862.38; Other Urban, 599,276.88; Schools established 
under Sec. 66 of The Public Schools Act, 54,686.40 3,534,906 85 

Separate Schools: Counties (excluding urban), 150,979.70; Districts (excluding urban), 

115,004.64; Cities, 511,603.14; Other Urban, 222,135.61 999,723 09 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes 729,761 94 

Continuation Schools 12,948 00 

Vocational Schools 169,437 90 



Cost of Education of Non-Resident Pupils, etc. ($846,196.65) 

Elementary Schools 91,982 78 

Secondary Schools 754,213 87 

Public Schools: Counties (excluding urban), 9,183.36; Districts (excluding urban), 
46,523.96; Urban, 25,471.18; Schools established under Sec. 66 of The Public 
Schools Act, 2,190.79 83,369 29 

Separate Schools: Counties (excluding urban), 188.13; Districts (excluding urban), 

3,969.52; Urban, 4,455.84 8,613 49 



D32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Legislative Grants, etc. — Continued 
Cost of Education of Non-Resident Pupils, etc.— Continued 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes 578,846 87 

Continuation Schools 39,689 52 

Vocational Schools 135,677 48 

Assistance In Payment of Cost of Education for Retarded Children ($200,000.00) 

Associations for Retarded Children: 

Ajax-Pickering and Whitby, 647.25; Barrie and District, 3,202.25; Brantford 
and District, 2,757.00; Brockville and District, 486.00; Burlington and District, 
846.00; Chatham-Kent and District, 3,183.00; Dufferin County, 4,045.00; 
Guelph and District, 6,147.00; Hamilton and District, 12,866.00; Kingston and 
District, 2,487.25; Kirkland Lake and District, 2,170.25; Kitchener- Waterloo 
and District, 4,668.00; London, 7,636.75; Meaford and District, 2,493.00; Milton 
and District, 1,155.25; Newmarket and District, 3,061.50; Greater Niagara, 
6,195.25; Norfolk, 2,120.00; North Bay and District, 1,889.25; Oakville and 
District, 2,074.50; Oshawa and District, 6,443.00; Ottawa and District, 1,246.50; 
Owen Sound and District, 3,449.00; South Peel, 4,379.25; Peterborough and 
District, 2,947.25; Petrolia and District, 960.50; Porcupine District, 3,158.25; 
St. Catharines and District, 5,040.25; Sarnia and District, 2,098.75; Sault Ste. 
Marie and District, 5,022.00; Sudbury and District, 4,638.25; Thornhill and 
District, 4,916.50; Thunder Bay, 4,217.00; Tillsonburg and District, 1,608.75; 
Metropolitan Toronto, 40,205.75; Walkerton and District, 135.25; Wallaceburg- 
Sydenham, 1,301.50; South Waterloo, 4,962.50; Welland and District, 10,433.75; 
Windsor, 9,340.75; Woodstock and District, 2,183.25; York Township, 11,181.50. . 200,000 00 

Public Libraries ($875,467.49) 
Sundry Library Boards in Cities, Towns and Villages 875,467 49 

Physical Fitness and Recreation ($426,261.32) 

Community Programmes: 

Sundry Community Centres 366,865 32 

Camps — Grants in Aid of Non-Profit Camps: 

Sundry Organizations 44,946 00 

Recreational Activities provided by Provincial Organizations: 

Sundry Organizations 14,450 00 

Legislative Grants, etc $81,460,762 96 

MISCELLANEOUS GRANTS 

($217,200.00) 

Air Cadet League of Canada 3,000 00 

Art Gallery of Toronto 6,000 00 

Associated High School Boards of the Province of Ontario 250 00 

Association Canadienne-Francaise d'Education d'Ontario 2,500 00 

Boy Scouts Association 10,000 00 

Canadian Association for Adult Education 5,000 00 

Canadian Bureau for the Advancement of Music 1,000 00 

Canadian Education Association 1 1,000 00 

Canadian Hearing Society 15,000 00 

Canadian Library Association 2,000 00 

Canadian Mathematical Congress 1,000 00 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind 60,000 00 

Champlain Society 5,000 00 

English Catholic Education Association of Ontario 2,500 00 

Frontier College 5,000 00 

Institut Canadien-Francais d'Ottawa 500 00 

Institute of Public Administration 5,000 00 

League of the British Commonwealth and Empire— Expenses in connection therewith 600 00 

Navy League of Canada 2,500 00 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION D 33 

Miscellaneous Grants — Continued 

Northern Ontario Public and Secondary School Trustees' Association '. . . . 250 00 

Ontario Educational Association 6,000 00 

Ontario Federation of Home and School Associations 3,000 00 

Ontario Girl Guides Association 10,000 00 

Ontario Historical Society 1,300 00 

Ontario Library Association 1,000 00 

Ontario School Trustees' and Ratepayers' Association 4,500 00 

Ontario Society for Crippled Children 6,000 00 

Ontario Society of Artists 1,500 00 

Ontario Trustees' Council 1 1,250 00 

Ontario Urban and Rural School Trustees' Association 250 00 

Public School Trustees' Association 500 00 

Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 500 00 

Royal Canadian Institute 1,000 00 

Royal Society of Canada 1 ,500 00 

Temperance Education Association , 2,500 00 

- Visites Inter-Provinciales 3,000 00 

Miscellaneous (to be paid as may be directed by the Minister): 

Canadian Film Awards 1,000 00 

Canadian Writers' Foundation Inc 250 00 

Federation of Catholic Parent-Teacher Associations 500 00 

*" Friendly Relations with Overseas Students 300 00 

Ontario Association for Retarded Children 2,000 00 

Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations 8,000 00 

Ontario Separate School Trustees' Association 250 00 

Ontario Society of Artists 500 00 

United Nations Association in Canada 3,000 00 

Workers' Educational Association 6,000 00 

World University Service of Canada 3,500 00 

25,300 00 

Miscellaneous Grants $217,200 00 

GRANTS TO PROVINCIAL AND OTHER UNIVERSITIES, ETC. ($8,216,500.00) 

University of Toronto, including certain affiliated Institutions 4,693,000 00 

Ontario College of Education 490,000 00 

Queen's University 775,000 00 

University of Western Ontario 775,000 00 

McMaster University — for Instruction in the Sciences 275,000 00 

University of Ottawa — for Instruction in Medicine and the Sciences 275,000 00 

Carleton College 675,000 00 

Assumption University of Windsor — for Essex College 100,000 00 

Ontario College of Art 150,000 00 

Special Grants for Archaeological Research (to be paid as may be directed by the 
Minister): 

University of Toronto 4,000 00 

University of Western Ontario 4,500 00 



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Grants to Provincial and Other Universities $8,216,500 00 



SPECIAL GRANTS ($1,400,000.00) 



University of Toronto — for extension of Facilities of Faculty of Dentistry 1,000,000 00 

Royal Ontario Museum — for extension of the Arts 100,000 00 

Stratford Shakespearean Festival of Canada Foundation 150,000 00 

The Royal Botanical Gardens. 100,000 00 

Waterloo College Associate Faculties — for Research on Engineering Education 25,000 00 

Canadian Council of the Girl Guides Association — for 1957 Centenary World Camp. . 25,000 00 

Special Grants $1,400,000 00 

TEACHERS' SUPERANNUATION, ETC. 

Compassionate Allowances for Ex-Teachers, etc. (to be paid as may be directed 
by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council) ($3,769.68) 

Sundrv Persons 3,769 68 



D34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Teachers' Superannuation, etc. — Continued 
Special Contribution to the Teachers' Superannuation Fund ($1,000,000.00) 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund 1,000,000 00 

Teachers' Superannuation, etc $1,003,769 68 

STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($10,000.00) 

Hon. W. J. Dunlop 10,000 00 

Scholarships to Residents of Ontario for Study Outside Ontario ($6,000.00) 

3 Elizabeth II. Chap. 20, Sec. 7 
Sundry Persons 6,000 00 

Grants to Provincial and Other Universities, etc. ($507,000.00) 

University of Toronto (11 Geo. VI, Chap. 112, Sec. 123) 500,000 00 

University of Toronto (11 Geo. VI, Chap. 112, Sec. 8, Subs. 3) 7,000 00 

Ontario Government Contribution to Teachers' 
Superannuation Fund ($5,685,732.88) 

R.S.O. 1950, Chap. 384, Sections 22 and 23 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund 5,685,732 88 

Statutory $6,208,732 88 

Total Expenditure, Department of Education $107,395,640.90 



PART E 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

FISCAL YEAR, 1956-57 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Main Office: page 

Salaries, Maintenance, etc 10 

Federal Health Grants 11 

Grants 15 

Cancer Control 15 

Branches: 

Health Units Branch 16 

Public Health Nursing Branch 16 

Maternal and Child Health Branch 17 

Dental Service Branch 17 

Nursing Branch 18 

Epidemiological Branch 18 

Venereal Diseases Control Branch 19 

Tuberculosis Prevention Branch 19 

Industrial Hygiene Branch 21 

Sanitary Engineering Branch 21 

Laboratory Branch 22 

Associated Laboratories 23 

Hospital Services Commission of Ontario 23 

Public and Private Hospitals Branch 23 

Mental Health Branch: 

General Expenses 30 

Ontario Hospitals 32 

Statutory 39 

Summary 9 



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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

Hon. Mackinnon Phillips, Minister (Statutory, see page E 39) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($394,891.71) 

J. T. Phair Deputy Minister 14,999 94 

W. G. Brown, 1,775.00; O. G. Clarke, 5,099.94; T. Cowper, 4,549.98; F. A. 
Evis, 8,949.96; G. A. Firbv, 6,949.98; S. J. Gadsby, 7,899.96; T. M. Gourlay, 
5,949.96; R. M. Grainger, 7,425.00; M. C. Higginson, 4,716.62; W. R. Hutcheson, 
4,659.96; D. S. Puffer, 10,899.96; N. W. Roome, 6,360.00; A. H. Sellers, 9,999.96; 

P. J. Shackleton, 6,900.00; G. S. Tattle, 12,049.98; C. Walker, 7,399.98; 

Other salaries, 273,973.99 400,560 17 

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Hon. M. Phillips, 1,197.62; Department of Highways, 1,006.19; T. M. Love, 1,036.45; 

A. H. Sellers, 1,238.55; Accounts under $800, 3,301.86 7,780 67 

Maintenance ($71,992.02) 

J. B. Parkin Associates, 6,626.82; Queen's Printer, 41,697.82; Newspapers and 

periodicals, 2,749.00; telephone, 8,146.39; accounts under $2,000, 12,771.99 71,992 02 

Costs and Expenses of Investigations and Legal Actions including Maintenance 
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Accounts under $2,000 651 06 

Medical and Other Research: Services and Expenses 
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Accounts under $2,000 23 80 

Public Health Education ($39,951.89) 

Salaries: 

W. C. McKenzie, 4,899.96; J. C. Scott, 5,949.96; Other salaries, 12,727.66. . . 23,577 58 

Travelling Expenses: 

W. C. McKenzie, 1,036.56; Accounts under $800, 867.76 1,904 32 

Miscellaneous: 

D. E. Inman, 3,637.59; Locke, Johnson & Co., 2,369.80; Queen's Printer, 3,574.24; 

Accounts under $2,000, 4,888.36 14,469 99 

Workmen's Compensation Board — Awards and Costs, 
Excluding Mental Health Branch ($1,816.19) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 1,816 19 

Health Service for Ontario Civil Service ($45,473.40) 

Salaries: 

A. G. Hill, 8,659.92; Other salaries, 33,275.86 41,935 78 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $2,000 3,537 62 

Cost of Living Bonus — Excluding Public and Private 
Hospitals and Mental Health Branches ($44,539.09) 



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1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH EH 

Main Office — Continued 
Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($1,369.17) 

Postmaster, stamps purchased, 2,737.82; Less refund of Employees' contribution, 

1,368.65 1,369 17 

Hospitalization for Indigent Immigrants in accordance with 
Federal-Provincial Agreement ($31,995.97) 

Hamilton— General, 2,084.40; Ottawa— Civic, 5,176.20; General, 2,551.80; Toronto 
—General, 12,153.20; New Mount Sinai, 2,135.25; St. Joseph's, 5,866.20; St. 
Michael's, 7,792.40; Hospital for Sick Children, 5,862.00; Western, 9,273.00; 

Sundry Hospitals, etc., 1 1,639.01 64,533 46 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 32,537 49 

31,995 97 



Workmen's Compensation Board — Awards and Costs in connection with 

Tuberculosis contracted by an Employee of a Hospital, Sanatorium 

or Sanatarium ($219,518.27) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 219,518 27 

Unforeseen and Unprovided as may be directed by the Minister ($4,000.00) 

Toronto General Hospital, 2,385.00; Accounts under $2,000, 1,615.00 4,000 00 



Federal Health Grants 

Operating Fund 

Summary 

Total Expenditure 9,319,483 35 

Less: Grants, Government of Canada: 

Crippled Children 140,561 74 

Professional Training 234,338 40 

Hospital Construction 3,769,449 77 

Venereal Diseases Control 135,095 35 

Mental Health 1,743,309 92 

Tuberculosis Control 781,022 60 

Public Health Research 142,949 32 

General Public Health 1,781, 186 47 

Cancer Control 970,934 24 

Medical Rehabilitation 12,833 52 

Child and Maternal Health 271,492 85 



9,983,174 18 
Less: Grants applied to Hospital Construc- 
tion, Public Works Department (see 
page R 15) 663,690 83 



9,319,483 35 



Details of Expenditure 

Crippled Children ($140,561.74): 

Canadian Red Cross Society, 1,200.00; Cerebral Palsy Association of Windsor 
and Essex County, 6,264.00; Cerebral Palsy Advisory Council for Sudbury and 
District, 3,244.48; Cerebral Palsy Society of Ottawa and District, 9,934.80; 
Hamilton District Society for Crippled Children, 19,802.18; Inter-Fraternity 
Cerebral Palsy Association, 2,883.04; Junior League Cerebral Palsy Training 
School and Clinic, 15,100.00; Kent County Association for Cerebral Palsied 
Children, 11,452.36; Lambton County Association for the Cerebral Palsied, 
9,661.09; J. B. Lara way Rehabilitation Centre, 6,383.67; May Court Cerebral 
Palsy Centre, 1,578.00; St. Paul's Cerebral Palsy Centre, 8,290.00; Sault Ste. 
Marie Orthopaedic Unit Committee, 4,519.92; Toronto Hospital for Sick Children, 
15,621.96; University of Toronto, 24,626.24 140,561 74 

SIG.— 12 



E 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Continued 

Federal Health Grants — Continued 

Professional Training ($234,338.40): 
Salaries: 

Sundry Employees 28,402 52 

Cost of Living Bonus 1 10 00 

Miscellaneous: 

R. G. Cole, 4,900.00; McMaster University, 7,118.70; Metropolitan General 
Hospital, 16,360.00; Sundry Certified Nursing Assistants, honoraria, 67,040.78; 
Sundry Nurses, honoraria, 56,700.00; Sundry Students, professional training 
fellowships, 9,010.00; Sundry Students, expenses re short courses, 14,400.17; 
Toronto General Hospital, 3,583.33; University of Toronto, 8,760.00; 

University of Western Ontario, 7,875.00; Accounts under $2,000, 10,077.90. 

205,825 88 

Hospital Construction ($3,105,758.94): 
General Hospitals: 

Belleville, 35,080.00; Blind River, St. Joseph's, 41,076.67; Bracebridge, 
Memorial, 1,129.16; Brantford, 129,334.99; Chapleau, Lady Minto, 25,787.50; 
Cochenour, Margaret Cochenour, 750.00; Collingwood, General and Marine, 
22,749.99; Cornwall, Hotel Dieu, 164,427.50; Dryden District, 41,648.34; 
Dunnville, Haldimand War Memorial, 7,059.16; Fergus, Groves Memorial, 
19,750.00; Gait, South Waterloo Memorial, 11,833.34; Guelph, 36,825.00; 
Hamilton, 134,620.00; Hamilton, St. Joseph's, 4,273.33; Hanover, Memorial, 
18,090.00; Iroquois Falls, Anson, 17,120.83; Kincardine, 7,521.67; Kingston, 
13,500.00; London, St. Joseph's, 29,399.16; London, Victoria, 221,160.83; 
Midland, St. Andrew's, 26,662.50; Niagara, Niagara, 1,947.51; Niagara Falls, 
Greater Niagara, 106,605.82; North Bay, St. Joseph's, 83,102.49; Oakville- 
Trafalgar Memorial, 33,786.66; Orangeville, Dufferin Area, 22,981.14; Orillia, 
Soldiers' Memorial, 7,000.00; Oshawa, 47,735.00; Ottawa, 18,558.99; Ottawa, 
Civic, 46,169.96; Ottawa, St. Louis-Marie de Montfort, 122,331.68; Owen 
Sound, General and Marine, 85,885.00; Palmerston, 11,041.67; Parry Sound, 
1,500.00; Port Arthur, 14,535.00; Port Colborne, 4,548.59; St. Catharines, 
43,000.00; St. Thomas-Elgin, 122,688.33; Sarnia, 31,875.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 
Plummer Memorial, 875.00; Scarborough, 83,820.00; Smiths Falls, St. Francis, 
62,615.38; Sudbury, Memorial, 82,272.49; Toronto— Baycrest, 40,983.33; 
General, 211,500.83; New Mount Sinai, 210,283.96; Queensway, 70,102.50; 
St. Michael's, 19,789.17; Wallaceburg, Sydenham District, 71,850.00; Welland, 
Welland County, 3,476.66; Weston, Humber Memorial, 115,816.66; Windsor, 
Metropolitan, 23,093.33; Woodstock, 25,464.16; York North, Branson, 
87,307.50 2,924,343 78 

Hospitals for Incurables: 

Kingston, St. Mary's-of-the-Lake, 44,250.00; Ottawa, St. Vincent, 3,088.49; 
Toronto, Our Lady of Mercy, 24,000.00; Toronto, Runnymede, 1,056.67.. 
72,395 16 

Convalescent Hospitals: 

Newtonbrook, St. John's Convalescent Hospital 24,750 00 

Ontario Cancer Institute: 

Ontario Cancer Institute 84,270 00 

Venereal Diseases Control ($135,095.35): 

Salaries, cost of living bonus, travelling and other expenses, transferred from 
various branches, Department of Health 135,095 35 

Mental Health ($1,743,309.92): 
Salaries: 

R. G. Berry, 4,549.98; V. Chase, 4,929.35; H. W. Henderson, 8,504.11; E. M. 
Kliman, 4,599.96; J. W. Lovett-Doust, 4,749.96; C. H. Mickelson, 9,149.94; 

J. S. Pratten, 9,299.94; E. A. Simpson, 4,500.00; Other salaries, 94,557.31; 

Transferred from Ontario Hospitals: Aurora, 89,220.00; London, 

28,452.87; Psychiatric Services in Local Communities or in Public Hospitals, 
11.059.92 273,573 34 






1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 13 

Main Office — Continued 

Federal Health Grants — Continued 

Mental Health — Continued 

Sundry Doctors and Psychologists etc., in Ontario Hospitals — Salaries: 

Brockville, 31,409.90; Hamilton, 40,211.42; Kingston, 27,524.78; London, 
75,522.01; New Toronto, 19,183.33; Orillia, 20,114.84; Port Arthur, 8,528.71; 
St. Thomas, 55,690.44; Smiths Falls, 15,632.95; Toronto, 82,464.02; Whitby, 
50,058.75; Woodstock, 28,538.87; Toronto Psychiatric , 13,690.00. .468,570 02 

Fellowships in Mental Health : 

Salaries allocated as bursaries — Ontario Hospitals: 

Brockville, 2,250.00; Hamilton, 10,500.00; London, 13,350.00; New 
Toronto, 21,300.00; Orillia, 4,500.00; Penetanguishene, 2,250.00; St. 
Thomas, 16,050.00; Smiths Falls, 3,000.00; Toronto, 15,300.00; Whitby, 
8,250.00; Woodstock, 1,350.00; Toronto Psychiatric, 1,400.00. . .99,500 00 

Honoraria : 

Sundry Students 35,500 00 

Physicians and Specialists Services: 

Sundry Doctors and Dentists 129,289 84 

Cost of Living Bonus 6,301 39 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. Augustine, 1,684.74; I. Flanagan, 2,182.38; L. E. Lockeberg, 1,276.13; 
Accounts under $800, 2,858.91 8,002 16 

Miscellaneous: 

General Electric X-Ray Corporation, Ltd., 2,459.31; Hallmark Recordings, 
Ltd., 2,257.67; City of Hamilton, 12,472.09; National Film Board, 23,000.00; 
Ottawa General Hospital, 36,185.66; Queen's University, 14,611.53; St. 
Catharines General Hospital, 17,587.25; St. Joseph's Hospital, London, 
14,146.61; St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, 13,009.96; Sudbury General 
Hospital, 46,044.51; Sundry Doctors, professional services, 23,222.00; Sundry 
Occupational Therapy Aides, expenses, 4,540.95; Sundry Persons, expenses 
re short courses, 3,818.64; Toronto General Hospital, 20,504.98; Toronto 
Hospital for Sick Children, 46,425.08; Toronto Mental Health Clinic, 
15,377.63; Toronto Western Hospital, 24,829.13; Toronto Women's College 
Hospital, 23,309.60; Estate of A. N. Udy, 2,500.00; University of Ottawa, 
6,883.94; University of Toronto, 250,990.88; University of Western Ontario, 

42,808.15; City of Windsor, 25,344.26; Township of York, 22,772.51; 

Telephone, 3,467.48; accounts under $2,000, 24,003.35 722,573 17 

Tuberculosis Control ($781,022.60): 
Salaries : 

N. K. Douglas, 5,619.96; Other salaries, 37,818.30; Transferred from 

Tuberculosis Prevention Branch, 423.32 43,861 58 

Cost of Living Bonus 20 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

N. K. Douglas, 1,111.72; K. A. Graham, 1,246.54; T. F. Maher, 816.57; 
P. D. Wilson, 1,534.32; Accounts under $800, 1,720.20 6,429 35 

Miscellaneous: 

Arc Rental Service, Ltd., 6,785.96; Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, 
28,599.06; C. C. Cummings & Co., 3,595.35; Ferranti Electric, Ltd., 21,839.00; 
Fisher & Burpe, Ltd., 4,517.85; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 5,814.15; Gama 
Pharmaceuticals, Ltd., 28,266.45; General Electric X-Ray Corporation, 
Ltd., 91,935.64; General Motors Products of Canada, Ltd., 2,990.00; J. F. 
Hartz Co., Ltd., 7,357.56; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 8,569.09; May & Baker 
(Canada), Ltd., 11,548.32; McClung, Clemens, Ltd., 2,300.00; Merck, Sharp 
& Dohme, 55,024.16; S. H. Newman Co., Ltd., 3,149.00; National Drug & 
Chemical Co. of Canada, Ltd., 6,373.39; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 5,000.00; 
City of Ottawa, 4,400.00; Parke, Davis & Co., Ltd., 19,292.99; Pfizer Canada, 
19,644.52; Picker X-Ray Engineering, Ltd., 16,513.42; Queen's Printer, 



E 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Main Office — Continued 

Federal Health Grants — Continued 

Tuberculosis Control — Continued 
M iscellaneous — Continued 

9,185.92; Sanatoria— Beck Memorial, 18,520.52; Brant, 9,249.96; Essex 
County, 12,364.77; Fort William, 13,645.86; Freeport, 14,359.84; Hamilton 
Mountain, 13,915.21; Kingston (Ongwanada), 13,299.84; Muskoka, 13,255.03; 
Niagara Peninsula, 20,797.26; Royal Ottawa, 2,612.18; St. Lawrence, 3,521.62; 
Toronto Hospital for Tuberculosis, 26,832.00; Singer Sewing Machine, Co., 
2,329.74; Sundry Hospitals, Clinics and Sanatoria, chest x-ray films, 
105,410.43; Sundry Persons, expenses re short courses, 3,945.33; City of 
Toronto, 6,511.04; Toronto Hospital for Sick Children, 9,653.11; Upjohn 
Co. of Canada, 6,411.48; A. Wander, Ltd., 6,390.95; Winley-Morris Co., 

5,312.50; X-Ray & Radium Industries, Ltd., 29,238.92; Accounts under 

$2,000, 30,432.25 730,711 67 

Public Health Research ($142,949.32): 

Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, 14,560.08; Queen's University, 
35,195.13; Toronto Hospital for Sick Children, 29,725.61; University of Toronto, 
44,836.43; University of Western Ontario, 18,632.07 142,949 32 

General Public Health ($1,781,186.47): 
Salaries: 

E. Kuitunen, 5,309.94; Other salaries, 33,483.36; Transferred from 

Industrial Hygiene Branch, 1,136.66 39,929 96 

Cost of Living Bonus 60 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

Accounts under $800 770 00 

Grants to Health Units: 

Brant, 3,804.25; Bruce, 15,833.13; Dufferin, 2,414.50; Elgin-St. Thomas, 
11,612.31; Fort William and District, 18,656.29; Halton, 30,468.74; Huron, 
41,887.31; Kenora-Keewatin-Dryden, 43,714.56; Kent, 4,180.72; Lambton, 
12,134.65; Leeds and Grenville, 5,753.53; Lennox and Addington, 17,812.18; 
Muskoka, 37,516.80; Northumberland and Durham, 13,400.08; Peel, 11,320.85; 
Porcupine, 16,890.42; Prescott and Russell, 4,748.24; Prince Edward, 
12,296.52; St. Catharines-Lincoln, 34,440.60; Simcoe, 101,058.02; Stormont, 
Dundas and Glengarry, 3,870.01; Timiskaming, 23,593.81; Welland and 
District, 30,897.29; Wellington, 69,576.17; York, 87,635.25; East York- 
Leaside, 4,412.64 659,928 87 

Grants to Local Boards of Health and Municipalities: 

Chatham, 625.00; Etobicoke, 18,483.29; Gait, 1,002.70; Guelph, 5,795.59 
Hamilton, 15,498.17; Kingston, 21,737.58; Oshawa, 8,643.36; Ottawa, 1,119.69 
Owen Sound, 5,908.65; Peterborough, 25,664.24; Scarborough, 19,180.93 
Sudbury, 12,306.85; Toronto, 28,305.72 164,27177 

Miscellaneous: 

Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society, 27,565.06; Canadian Laboratory 
Supplies, Ltd., 6,283.78; Caswell Hotel, Ltd., 4,526.00; Central Scientific 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 2,811.50; Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, 
500,000.00; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 4,100.45; Heinicke Instruments, 
5,050.50; Hughes-Owens Co., Ltd., 2,211.20; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 5,785.00; 
Ontario Heart Foundation, 96,904.39; Provincial Institute of Trades, 2,025.00; 
Sundry Certified Nursing Assistants, honoraria, 25,967.75; Sundry Doctors, 
Nurses and Students, honoraria, 90,132.15; Sundry Student Laboratory 
Technicians, 5,122.60; Sundry Trainees, sanitary inspectors, 23,601.77; 
Technicon International of Canada, Ltd., 2,029.19; University of Ottawa, 
10,258.46; University of Toronto, 72,222.02; University of Western Ontario, 

6,000.00; Victoria Hospital, London, 3,389.25; Accounts under $2,000, 

20,239.80 916,225 87 



Cancer Control ($970,934.24): 
Salaries: 

Transferred from Main Office, Department of Health , 



5,668 46 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH EJ5 

Main Office — Continued 
Federal Health Grants — Continued 

Cancer Control — Continued 
Miscellaneous: 

Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation, 964,530.78; 

Accounts under $2,000, 735.00 965,265 78 

Medical Rehabilitation ($12,833.52): 

Canadian Red Cross Society, 2,469.57; Metropolitan General Hospital, Windsor, 
5,524.54; Riverview Hospital, Windsor, 2,320.96; Sundry Persons, expenses 
re short courses, 1,771.00; Toronto General Hospital, 747.45 12,833 52 

Child and Maternal Health ($271,492.85): 
Salaries: 

V. I. Binnington, 7,620.00; Other salaries, 10,428.41 18,048 41 

Cost of Living Bonus 60 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

K. M. Clark, 932.65; M. D. Neilson, 1,376.98; Accounts under $800, 

59.15 2,368 78 

Miscellaneous: 

City of Kingston, 333.32; Queen's University, 4,527.70; Sundry Nurses, 
expenses, 20,702.29; Sundry Hospitals, equipment for nurseries, 185,147.54; 
Toronto Hospital for Sick Children, 11,475.22; University of Ottawa, 2,972.33; 
University of Toronto, 20,788.48; Victoria Hospital, London, 5,068.78 
251,015 66 

Total $ 9,319,483 35 

Less: Grants, Government of Canada (see page Ell) 9,319,483 35 



Grants ($508,409.69) 

Connaught Laboratories 15,250 00 

Ontario Society for Crippled Children 6,000 00 

St. John Ambulance Association 4,000 00 

County Councils carrying on School Medical Inspections, as approved by the 
Minister under the authority of The Public Health Act: 

Haldimand, 4,889.88; Haliburton, 1,821.79; Middlesex, 14,359.19; Perth, 1,836.92; 

Wentworth, 7,092.22 30,000 00 

Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario to further Nursing Education, as directed 

by the Minister 5,000 00 

Canadian Public Health Association 2,500 00 

Ontario Tuberculosis Association 5,000 00 

Queen's University, Kingston, for establishment of the Bernard Thomas McGhie 

Memorial Prize 100 00 

Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy, as may be authorized by the 

Minister 5,000 00 

Canadian Paraplegic Association (in amounts as may be authorized by the Minister) . . 65,000 00 

Health League of Canada 2,500 00 

Canadian Mental Health Association 2,500 00 

Alcoholism Research Foundation (in amounts as may be authorized by the Minister) . 238,000 00 

Central Ontario Chapter, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada 2,000 00 

Ontario Neuropsychiatric Association 1,000 00 

Metropolitan General Hospital — Windsor 16,360 00 

St. Elizabeth Visiting Nurses' Association 1,250 00 

Ontario Heart Foundation (in amounts as may be authorized by the Minister) 106,949 69 

Cancer Control 

Expenses Under The Cancer Remedies Act 
Commissioners' Honoraria ($1,250.00) 

Hon. Mr. Justice R. W 7 . Treleaven, 500.00; W. J. Deadman, 250.00; J. A. McFarlane, 

250.00; R. E. Valin, 250.00 1,250 00 



E 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Continued 

Cancer Control — Continued 

Travelling Expenses ($90.25) 

Accounts under $800 90 25 

Maintenance ($179.40) 

Accounts under $2,000 179 40 

Grant to Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation 
(in amounts as may be authorized by the Minister) ($964,530.74) 

Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation 964,530 74 

Main Office $2,338,463 32 



HEALTH UNITS BRANCH 
Salaries ($12,979.92) 

R. G. Struthers, 9,999.96; Other salaries, 2,979.96 12,979 92 

Travelling Expenses ($1,173.99) 
Accounts under $800 1,173 99 



Maintenance ($139.08) 

Accounts under $2,000 139 08 

Special Health Services authorized by the Minister and Administrative 

Units for Public Health Purposes under The Public Health 

Act, Section 34 ($795,496.29) 

Grants to Public Health Units: 

Brant-Brantford, 39,465.28; Bruce, 32,875.00; Dufferin, 13,844.04; Elgin-St. 
Thomas, 29,602.09; Halton, 50,185.40; Kent, 40,250.00; Lambton, 26,511.10; 
Leeds and Grenville, 41,424.41; Lennox and Addington, 18,099.11; Northumber- 
land and Durham, 49,150.00; Oxford and Ingersoil, 42,897.25; Peel, 53,625.00; 
Porcupine, 67,344.34; Prescott and Russell, 27,500.00; Prince Edward, 15,583.34; 
St. Catharines — Lincoln, 62,794.51; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 54,150.00; 
Timiskaming, 42,700.00; Welland and District, 55,833.83; East York and Leaside, 
31,661.59 795,496 29 

Special Training of Public Health Personnel including Grants to Training 

Centres, and Other Incidental Expenses as may be authorized 

by the Minister ($6,000.00) 

Grant: 

School of Hygiene, University of Toronto 6,000 00 

Health Units Branch $815,789 28 



PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING BRANCH 
Salaries ($40,226.64) 

I. Black, 4,560.00; E. L. Moore, 6,499.98; A. G. Nicolle, 4,759.92; Other salaries, 

24,406.74 40,226 64 

Travelling Expenses ($6,267.73) 

M. V. Lowry, 1,416.24; E. L. Park, 2,115.07; M. A. Rutherford, 938.97; Accounts 

under $800, 1,797.45 6,267 73 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 17 

Public Health Nursing Branch — Continued 
Maintenance ($1,573.59) 

Accounts under $2,000 1,573 59 

Public Health Nursing Branch .$48,067 96 

MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH BRANCH 
Salaries ($16,164.84) 

E. L. Kiteley, 7,110.00; Other salaries, 9,054.84 16,164 84 

Travelling Expenses ($1,252.62) 

E. P. Hewson, 993.25; Accounts under $800, 259.37 1,252 62 

Maintenance ($24,911.60) 

Queen's Printer, 23,400.20; Accounts under $2,000, 1,511.40 24,911 60 

Cost and Expenses of Maternal and Child Health under the Authority 
of the Public Health Act ($152,837.89) 

Sundry Doctors 152,837 89 

Maternal and Child Health Branch $195,166 95 

DENTAL SERVICE BRANCH 
Salaries ($20,764.86) 

F. A. Kohli, 8,475.00; L. R. Mitton, 6,599.94; Other salaries, 5,689.92 20,764 86 

Travelling Expenses ($799.61) 
Accounts under $800 799 61 

Maintenance, including Operation of Travelling Dental Clinics ($2,503.52) 

Accounts under $2,000 3,001 67 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund 498 15 

2,503 52 

Grants for School Dental Services ($30,584.64) 

Boards of Health: 

Cities, Towns and Villages: 

Chatsworth, 247.91; Flesherton, 112,69; Fort Frances, 12.00; Gait, 378.00; 
Lindsay, 330.00; North Bay, 344.00; Ottawa, 2,000.00; Owen Sound, 1,940.97; 
Peterborough, 216.00; St. Mary's, 153.00 5,734 57 

Health Units: 

Bruce, 2,509.66; Dufferin, 1,609.34; Halton, 276.00; Huron, 631.65; Leeds and 
Grenville, 147.00; Muskoka, 180.60; Peel, 2,127.31; Porcupine, 504.00; 
Prescott and Russell, 266.70; Simcoe, 347.48; St. Catharines-Lincoln, 1,315.41; 
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 9.00; Welland and District, 31.80; Welling- 
ton, 1,343.84; York County, 1,008.21; East York and Leaside, 3,204.87 15,512 87 

Townships, etc.: 

Artemesia, 120.75; Derby, 724.76; Elma, 84.00; Glenelg, 213.08; Hallam, 
36.00; Holland, 453.32; Keppel, 366.45; Improvement District of Marathon, 
812.70; Osprey, 49.50; Improvement District of Red Rock, 370.12; Sarawak, 
107.00; Sullivan, 627.40; Sydenham, 761.70; Tyendinaga, 3.00; Westminster, 
232.29; Woodhouse, 408.60; North York, 2,000.00 7,370 67 

School Boards and Boards of Education: 

Cameron Falls School Board, 83.25; Peterborough Board of Education, 

1,883.28 1,966 53 

Dental Service Branch $54,652 63 



E 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

NURSING BRANCH 

Salaries ($29,494.45) 

E. R. Dick, 6,499.98; D. G. Riddell, 4,759.92; Other salaries, 18,234.55 29,494 45 

Travelling Expenses ($3,173.92) 
D. M. Dix, 985.52; D. G. Riddell, 1,030.67; Accounts under $800, 1,157.73 3,173 92 

Maintenance ($2,413.78) 
Queen's Printer, 2,232.75; Accounts under $2,000, 181.03 2,413 78 

Costs and Expenses of Training Certified Nursing Assistants ($125,454.27) 

Salaries: 

Sundry Employees 24,286 15 

Nursing Assistants, Honoraria : 

Sundry Persons 79,329 55 

Travelling Expenses: 

Sundry Trainees etc., transportation, 1,339.78; Accounts under $800, 783.61. 2,123 39 

Miscellaneous: 

H. Birks & Sons (Ontario), Ltd., 2,125.00; Locke, Johnson & Co., Ltd., 5,411.61; 

Mercer Reformatory Industries, 3,227.04; Queen's Printer, 2,634.86; Accounts 

under $2,000, 8,229.82 21,628 33 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 1,913 15 

19,715 18 

Examining Board — Services and Expenses ($1,142.05) 

Accounts under $2,000 1,142 05 

Nursing Branch $161,678 47 

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL BRANCH 
Salaries ($22,020.33) 

R. P. Hardman, 8,849.94; Other salaries, 13,170.39 22,020 33 

Travelling Expenses ($272.72) 
Accounts under $800 272 72 

Maintenance ($3,493.28) 
Queen's Printer, 2,997.50; Accounts under $2,000, 495.78 3,493 28 

Outbreaks of Diseases, Sanitary Investigations, Control of Typhoid and Paratyphoid 

Fever, including Compensation for Carriers, Health Education, Free Distribution 

of Biological Products for the Prevention and Cure of Disease, and Medical 

Care in Unorganized Districts, Services and Expenses ($1,069,795.46) 

Medical, Nursing and Respirator Service in Hospitals: 

Hamilton — General, 4,046.00; Nora Frances Henderson, 17,502.00; Kingston, 
General, 21,620.00; Kitchener-Waterloo, 3,621.55; London, Victoria, 5,764.00; 
Ottawa, Civic, 31,820.00; Port Arthur— Board of Health, 4,362.75; St. Joseph's, 
9,546.00; Sudbury, General, 37,980.00; Toronto— Hospital for Sick Children, 
19,691.41; Riverdale Isolation, 36,807.00; Windsor, Fred Adams, 3,326.00; 
Winnipeg, Municipal, 2,829.50; Accounts under $2,000, 4,541.50 203,457 71 

Purchase of Anti-Toxins, etc.: 

Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, 1,351,113.64; Sundry Doctors, toxoid 

inoculations and vaccinations, etc., 4,790.00 1,355,903 64 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 500,000 00 

855.903 64 



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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



E 19 






Epidemiological Branch — Continued 

Outbreaks of Diseases, Sanitary Investigations, etc. — Continued 

Miscellaneous: 

Queen's Printer, 4,496.04; Sundry Persons, compensation for carriers, 4,160.00; 

Accounts under $2,000, 1,778.07 10,434 11 

Epidemiological Branch $1,095,581 79 

VENEREAL DISEASES CONTROL BRANCH 

Salaries ($25,140.54) 

W. G. Brown, 8,624.98; G. K. Martin, 7,959.96; W. Nichols, 5,160.00; Other 

salaries, 14,751.17 36,496 11 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 11,355 57 

25,140 54 

Travelling Expenses ($561.51) 

Accounts under $800 1,310 04 

Less: Government of Canada Repayment (prior years) . . 187 00 

Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating 

Fund 561 53 

748 53 

561 51 

Maintenance — Including Treatment of Patients in Clinics and Hospitals 
and Payments to Municipalities ($4,728.76) 

Hospitals 5,222 25 

Local Boards of Health 762 00 

Health Units 22 80 

Municipalities 697 50 

Miscellaneous Accounts under $2,000 2,752 97 

9,457 52 
Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund 4,728 76 

4,728 76 

Grants for Operation of Clinics, etc. ($19,924.84) 

Hospitals: 

Hamilton, General, 3,411.00; London, Victoria, 2,583.00; Toronto — General, 

5,459.00; Hospital for Sick Children, 1,609.76; St. Michael's, 4,911.48; Western, 

5,781.50; Women's College, 2,674.48 26,430 22 

Local Boards of Health and Municipalities: 

Ottawa, 3,925.48; Sudbury, 5,237.00; Windsor, 3,505.48 12,667 96 

Health Units: 

Porcupine 751 48 

39,849 66 
Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 19,924 82 

19,924 84 

Venereal Diseases Control Branch $50,355 65 



TUBERCULOSIS PREVENTION BRANCH 
Salaries ($212,038.94) 

C. H. Bray, 4,799.94; G. C. Brink, 11,499.96; O. V. Dent, 8,499.96; Z. Dunaj, 5,309.88 
S. Grzybowski, 7,633.28; S. A. Holling, 8,659.92; W. D. Jamieson, 8,310.00 
J. D. McLennan, 8,499.96; D. S. McRae, 6,859.92; C. R. Messecar, 8,310.00 
A. W. Russell, 5,449.98; K. M. Shorey, 10,249.98; L. E. Smith, 4,650.00; H. F. 

Sproule, 6,559.92; A. M. Walker, 6,459.96; D. R. Wise, 5,674.92; Other 

salaries, 95,034.68 212,462 26 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 423 32 



212,038 94 



E20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Tuberculosis Prevention Branch — Continued 
Travelling Expenses ($34,986.52) 

G. J. Bowring, 1,378.23; C. H. Bray, 2,213.15; G. C. Brink, 850.75; J. Doran, 1,855.52; 
W. Dorion, 1,372.50; S. Grzybowski, 1,113.56; Department of Highways, 1,108.20; 
Imperial Oil, Ltd., 997.80; VV. C. Kennedy, 1,726.06; E. J. Paine, 1,292.59; 
R. Plouffe, 1,550.54; C. C. Robinson, 1,263.52; A. W. Russell, 908.49; S. M. 
Sommacal, 1,552.71; Sundry Gas and Oil Companies, 1,687.76; G. Stockley, 
1,205.11; W. Taylor, 1,345.29; E. P. Valentine, 874.05; J. Venema, 1,819.98; 
Accounts under $800, 8,870.71 34,986 52 

Maintenance ($73,762.45) 

Burke Electric and X-Ray Co., Ltd., 5,159.73; Cartier Motors, Ltd., 2,554.26; Domin- 
ion Diesel, Ltd., 2,350.65; DuPont Co. of Canada, Ltd., 10,858.90; Ferranti 
Electric Ltd., 2,084.05; General Electric X-Ray Corporation, Ltd., 19,152.73; 
General Motors Products of Canada, Ltd., 3,028.49; Gray Coach Lines, Ltd., 
3,237.16; Hogan Pontiac G.M.C., Ltd., 2,598.84; Picker X-Ray Engineering, 
Ltd., 5,851.50; Queen's Printer, 6,609.78; X-Rav & Radium Industries, Ltd., 

3,208.78; Accounts under $2,000, 12,919.08. . 79,613 95 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 5,851 50 

73,762 45 



Tuberculosis Prevention Extension ($87,455.53) 

Transportation of Indigents, etc 2,394 62 

Burial of Indigents 434 53 

Pneumothorax Centres 29 50 

Payment for Pneumothorax Treatments and X-Ray 

Examinations 37,963 00 

Special Examinations, X-Ray, etc 78 35 

Clothing for Indigent ex-patients 3,736 24 

Board, etc., for Indigent ex-patients 37,693 19 

Free Tuberculin 5,125 00 

Miscellaneous 1 10 

Sundry Doctors, Clinics, Municipalities, etc 87,455 53 



Grants, Etc., 

Grants to Sanatoria under the authority of The Sanatoria 
for Consumptives Act and Regulations made thereunder ($5,511,781.74) 

Maintenance Grants: 

Brant, 161,248.77; Essex, 319,961.33; Fort William, 304,378.05; Freeport, 
161,350.69; Hamilton, Mountain, 704.040.64; Kingston, Ongwanada, 245,973.52; 
London, Beck Memorial, 641,557.06; Muskoka, 379,217.50; Niagara Peninsula, 
314,985.64; Royal Ottawa, 464,915.86; St. Lawrence, 75,416.05; St. Mary's- 
on-the-Lake, Haileybury, 130,414.06; Sudbury and Algoma, 274,731.81; Toronto, 
1,221,383.02; I.O.D.E. Hospital for Convalescent Children, 109,633.74; Hospital 
for Sick Children, 2,574.00 5,511,781 74 

Maintenance of Patients (Ontario Residents in Sanatoria in Other 
Provinces) ($39,404.50) 

Alberta — Aberhart Memorial, 2,226.00; British Columbia, 3,564.00; Manitoba, 
Department of Health and Public Welfare, 16,236.00; New Brunswick, Depart- 
ment of Health and Social Services, 1,404.00; Quebec, Ministry of Health, 
10,788.00; Saskatchewan, Anti-Tuberculosis League, 5,186.50 39,404 50 



Tuberculosis Prevention Clinics 

Salaries ($63,133.52) 

Ottawa: 

D. McCallum, 8,310.00; Other salaries, 7,952.88 16,262 88 

Belleville: 

G. G. Brearley, 8,310.00; Other salaries, 8,599.86 16,909 86 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E21 

Tuberculosis Prevention Branch— Continued 

Tuberculosis Prevention Clinics — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 
North Bay: 

C. H. Rorabeck, 8,310.00; Other salaries, 11,500.94 19,810 94 

Timmins : 

Sundry Employees 7,349 88 

Sudbury: 

Sundry Employees 2,799 96 

Travelling Expenses ($4,801.01) 

C. H. Rorabeck, 944.41; Accounts under $800, 3,856.60 4,801 01 

Maintenance ($27,893.84) 

Excelsior Life Insurance Co., 5,400.00; Ferranti Electric, Ltd., 2,314.67; General 
Electric X-Ray Corporation, Ltd., 5,797.64; Porcupine Health Unit, 2,000.00; 
A. C. and M. S. Reynolds, 3,200.00; Accounts under $2,000, 9,181.53 27,893 84 

Tuberculosis Prevention Branch $6,055,258 05 

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE BRANCH 

Salaries ($288,739.54) 

H. A. Belyea, 4,758.55; F. M. Bulmer, 9,749.94; J. E. Cowle, 7,110.00; T. Cummings, 
4,649.94; J. G. Cunningham, 11,499.96; R. G. Elson, 8,049.96; C. M. Jephcott, 
7,974.96; L. B. Leppard, 8,049.96; E. Mastromatteo, 7,860.00; D. S. McKee, 
5,299.98; D. E. Moore, 5,250.00; H. M. Nelson, 4,974.96; W. E. O'Hara, 6,510.00; 
A. R. Riddell, 10,059.96; W. L. Smith, 4,899.96; R. B. Sutherland, 8,709.96; F. J. 
Taylor, 7,215.91; J. J. Vingilis, 6,210.00; S. J.Walker, 7,110.00; H. F. Wall, 

5,449.98; C. H. Wilson, 8,010.00; Other salaries, 140,472.22. . . . 289,876 20 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 1,136 66 



288,739 54 



Travelling Expenses ($41,865.73) 



K. G. Adams, 1,942.30; D. L. Bogaerts, 1,887.52; W. G. Cooke, 1,775.85; R. W. 
Harper, 810.87; J. J. Kearns, 1,640.45; N. R. Laxton, 1,777.07; H. MacDonald, 
1,786.29; J. H. Martin, 2,236.59; E. Mastromatteo, 881.28; R. K. Montgomery, 
2,193.07; W. H. Oerton, 2,011.59; G. H. Powell, 1,539.41; A. C. Ruggles, 1,663.53; 
W. L. Smith, 1,400.09; Sundry Companies, gas and oil, 1,682.67; J. J. Vingilis, 

1,097.39; S. J. Walker, 1,234.80; P. Yemchuk, 1,287.19; Accounts under $800, 

13,017.77 41,865 73 

Maintenance ($36,532.76) 

Arc Rental Service, Ltd., 1,787.50; General Electric X-Ray Corporation, Ltd., 
2,828.16; General Motors Products of Canada, Ltd., 7,544.06; Stenographers and 
Charwomen, 2,610.00; Queen's Printer, 2,649.49; Sundry Persons, rent, 3,943.04; 
Accounts under $2,000, 15,170.51 36,532 76 

Industrial Hygiene Branch $367,138 03 

SANITARY ENGINEERING BRANCH 
Salaries ($192,935.93) 

O. V. Ball, 7,899.96; J. R. Barr, 5,549.94; A. E. Berry, 11,310.00; G. A. Burn, 8,574.96; 
D. S. Caverly, 7,224.96; A. V. DeLaporte, 8,574.96; J. G. Duncan, 6,674.94; 
G. A. Edge, 7,224.96; G. M. Galimberti, 7,774.98; A. J. Harris, 5,974.98; E. W. 
Johnston, 7,899.96; J. H. Neil, 4,699.92; A. S. O'Hara, 5,299.98; L. E. Owers, 
6,524.94; F. Rushton, 6,299.94; K. H. Sharpe, 6,249.96; C. E. Simpson, 4,749.96; 
L. G. South, 5,849.94; K. E. Symons, 6,524.94; G. R. Trewin, 4,697.69; H. G. 
Tyler, 5,299.98; F. A. Voege, 6,249.96; Other salaries, 45,804.12 192,935 93 



E22 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Sanitary Engineering Branch — Continued 
Travelling Expenses ($24,126.71) 

J. R. Barr, 1,971.45; A. E. Berry, 1,248.69; D. S. Caverly, 1,413.79; A. V. DeLaporte, 
938.93; G. A. Edge, 847.88; A. S. O'Hara, 1,106.56; L. E. Owers, 1,073.52; E. F. 
Pocock, 1,216.52; F. Rushton, 1,420.47; K. H. Sharpe, 2,751.82; L. G. South, 
1,721.22; K. E. Symons, 2,333.68; G. R. Trewin, 1,531.72; H. G. Tyler, 1,824.02; 

Accounts under $800, 4,366.00 25,766 27 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 1,639 56 



24,126 71 



Queen's Printer, 2,697.66;- 



Maintenance ($9,999.77) 

Accounts under $2,000, 7,302.11 



9,999 77 



Expenses — Committee on Cemeteries ($13,617.48) 

Salaries: 

Sundry Employees 6,699 96 

Allowances and Expenses of Committee: 

G. C. Burt, 252.18; J. M. Courtright, 200.00; S. A. Flavelle, 379.89 832 07 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. R. McAlister, 3,646.09; W. J. Snell, 2,439.36 6,085 45 

Sanitary Engineering Branch $240,679 89 



LABORATORY BRANCH 

Salaries ($1,108,020.65) 

A. E. Allin, 9,749.94; J. Baron, 4,999.98; J. W. Bell, 5,910.00; B. M. Branscombe, 
4,999.98; L. M. Brydson, 4,999.98; R. S. Bull, 6,949.98; C. J. Christie, 7,149.96; 
H. G. Danziger, 5,953.28; L. E. Elkerton, 10,749.96; J. E. Fasken, 7,924.98; 
M. C. Finlayson, 4,649.94; J. B. Fischer, 5,049.96; T. A. Fleming, 5,949.96; 
W. D. French, 4,999.98; H. D. Howell, 8,499.96; R. H. Karn, 5,116.65; E. M. 
Killough, 4,999.98; N. A. Labzoffsky, 7,050.00; G. MacPherson, 4,849.98; A. D. 
McClure, 6,949.98; J. B. McKay, 9,749.94; R. I. Mercer, 4,999.98; A. M. Millar, 
5,774.94; J. E. Moher, 4,699.98; F. J. Murphy, 4,999.98; M. C. Nixon, 5,299.98; 
O. W. Owen, 4,849.98; W. J. Percy, 8,499.96; J. J. Prag, 4,932.47; F. R. Roughley, 
5,133.31; H. O. Shackleton, 5,449.98; H. B. Smith, 5,649.96; D. W. Taylor, 
5,249.94; R. D. Tennant, 5,299.98; W. J. Thompson, 4,649.94; S. G. Trevor, 

5,925.00; W. M. Wilson, 9,749.94; Other salaries, 967,745.03. . . . 1,196,164 72 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 88,144 07 



,108,020 65 



Travelling Expenses ($8,014.94) 

Department of Highways, 1,199.70; W. J. Percy, 952.23; Accounts under $800, 

6,033.06 8,184 99 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 170 05 



8,014 94 



Maintenance ($289,510.44) 

Bauer & Black, 2,065.13; British Drug Houses Canada, Ltd., 8,131.47; Canadian 
Industrial Alcohols & Chemicals, Ltd., 11,915.75; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, 
Ltd., 13,773.50; Central Scientific Co. of Canada, Ltd., 18,297.02; Collett- 
Sproule Boxes, Ltd., 12,444.07; Consumers' Gas Co. of Toronto, 2,602.88; Cullen 
& Sons, 8,335.00; C. J. Emmett, 3,323.75; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 10,730.10; 
Gooderham & Worts, Ltd., 2,526.75; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 7,867.37; O. H. Johns 
Glass Co., Ltd., 5,253.47; A. E. Labelle, Ltd., 6,873.59; Nichols Chemical Co., 
Ltd., 2,986.36; Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 2,274.37; Ontario Cork Co., 
Ltd., 3,006.67; Ortho Pharmaceutical Corporation Canada, Ltd., 4,516.57; 
Queen's Printer, 29,964.01; Richards Glass Co., Ltd., 12,731.95; I. Sorvall, Inc., 
2,217.98; Sundry Laundries and Launderers, 4,572.34; Sundry Feed and Food 
Stores, food for animals, 4,568.52; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 7,900.73; 
Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 17,827.82; West Disinfecting Co., Ltd., 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 23 

Laboratory Branch — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

2,045.39; Express, etc., 6,919.12; postage, 23,430.30; telephone, 5,653.51; 

Accounts under $2,000, 75,060.26 319,815 75 

Less: Refund excise tax on alcohol 10,137 70 

Supplies transferred to various Branches 5,847 30 

Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operat- 
ing Fund 10,242 22 

Transferred to Department of Public Works . . 4,078 09 

30,305 31 

289,510 44 

Total $1,405,546 03 

Less: Grant, City of Sault Ste. Marie 1,200 00 

Laboratory Branch $1,404,346 03 



ASSOCIATED LABORATORIES 

Grants to Hospital Laboratories providing Community Diagnostic Public Health Services 
(in amounts as may be authorized by the Minister) ($71,654.95) 

Cornwall General Hospital Laboratory 9,172 02 

Kitchener-Waterloo General Hospital Laboratory 17,041 73 

St. Catharines General Hospital Laboratory 13,240 76 

Sarnia General Hospital Laboratory 12,220 62 

Stratford General Hospital Laboratory 14,670 52 

Total 66,345 65 

Add: Supplies transferred from Laboratory Branch 5,309 30 

71,654 95 

Associated Laboratories 71,654 95 



HOSPITAL SERVICES COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Initial Expenses of Establishment and Operation, including Salaries, 
Allowances, Travelling Expenses, Maintenance, Fees, Contingencies, etc. ($103,059.38) 

Commissioners' Salaries: 

A. J. Swanson, Chairman, 11,291.67; J. G. Fullerton, 4,516.67; J. B. Neilson, 

4,516.67 20,325 01 

Staff Salaries: 

E. M. W. Brownell, 4,326.64; Other salaries, 22,731.82 27,058 46 

Travelling Expenses: 

A. J. Swanson, 1,062.80; Accounts under $800, 1,604.75 2,667 55 

Miscellaneous: 

T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 15,632.36; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 2,065.65; Office Specialty Mfg. 
Co., Ltd., 3,673.77; Ontario Automobile Co., Ltd., 3,509.00; Queen's Printer, 
19,447.03; Accounts under $2,000, 8,680.55 53,008 36 

Hospital Services Commission of Ontario $103,059 SS 



PUBLIC AND PRIVATE HOSPITALS BRANCH 
Salaries ($100,511.07) 

R. W. Erdmann, 6,024.96; G. A. Morell, 5,099.94; M. E. Stalker, 9,799.98; C. J. 

Telfer, 9,749.94; Other salaries, 69,836.25 100,511 07 

Travelling Expenses ($4,363.03) 
N. R. Dearlove, 843.96; G. A. Morell, 1,289.75; Accounts under $800, 2,229.32. . 4,363 03 



E24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Public and Private Hospitals Branch — Continued 
Maintenance ($3,393.23) 
Queen's Printer, 3,076.91; Accounts under $2,000, 316.32 



3,393 23 



Travelling and Incidental Expenses for the Removal and Escort of Indigent 

Patients other than Residents in a Municipality, etc., 

Burial Expenses, etc., ($12,311.47) 



Travelling Expenses: 
Sundry Persons . 



Burial Expenses: 

Sundry Funeral Homes 



6,999 96 



5,311 51 



Maintenance of Indigent Residents of Unorganized Territory Hospitalized 
in Manitoba ($567.80) 

Manitoba, Department of Health and Public Welfare 



567 80 



Unforeseen and Unprovided as may be directed by the Minister ($250.00) 

Accounts under $2,000 



250 00 



Grant to Canadian Red Cross Society ($10,000.00) 

Canadian Red Cross Society 



10,000100 



Grants to Public Hospitals under the Authority of any Act of the Legislature 
and the Regulations made thereunder ($21,855,676.47) 

Maintenance Grants ($11,570,478.14): 
General Hospitals, etc.: 

Ajax and Pickering, 6,371.22; Alliston, Stevenson Memorial, 7,545.11 
Almonte, Rosamond Memorial, 2,471.53; Arnprior and District Memorial 
5,133.98; Atikokan, 12,351.60; Barrie, Royal Victoria, 39,180.14; Belleville 
56,130.99; Blind River, St. Joseph's, 16,096.86; Bowmanville, 4,989.69 
Bracebridge, Memorial, 9,103.18; Brampton, Peel Memorial, 7,746.93 
Brantford— General, 104,940.82; St. Joseph's, 46,561.01; Brockville— General 
56,089.80; St. Vincent de Paul, 13,143.73; Campbellford, Memorial, 8,308.34 
Carleton Place and District Memorial, 3,271.69; Chapleau, Lady Minto 
20,734.45; Chatham— General, 28,209.11; St. Joseph's, 14,628.11; Chesley 
and District Memorial, 4,386.83; Clinton, 9,669.78; Cobourg, 9,410.59 
Cochenour, Margaret Cochenour Memorial, 5,146.50; Cochrane, Lady Minto 
35,909.72; Collingwood, General and Marine, 10,086.37; Cornwall— General 
53,985.84; Hotel Dieu, 72,572.41; MacDonnell Memorial, 8,408.87; Dry 
den District, 6,863.77; Dunnville, Haldimand War Memorial, 8,778.87 
Durham, Memorial, 2,161.27; Englehart and District, 9,774.49; Espanola, 
5,933.42; Exeter, South Huron and District, 4,042.09; Fergus, Groves 
Memorial, 10,289.99; Fort Erie, Douglas Memorial, 10,448.80; Fort Frances, 
La Verendrye, 30,383.95; Fort William, McKellar, 118,264.69; Gait, South 
Waterloo Memorial, 69,157.65; Geraldton, Little-Long-Lac, 8,823.98; Gode- 
rich, Alexandra General and Marine, 21,722.58; Grimsby, West Lincoln 
Memorial, 4,636.47; Guelph— General, 38,709.74; St. Joseph's, 52,400.96; 
Haileybury, Misericordia, 23,041.79; Hamilton— General, 494,336.48; St. 
Joseph's, 87,838.38; Hanover, Memorial, 2,283.27; Hawkesbury— Notre Dame, 
9,618.46; St. Coeur de Marie, 4,717.46; Hearst, Notre Dame, 34,478.09; Hunts- 
ville District Memorial, 7,161.52; Ingersoll, Alexandra, 11,481.77; Iroquois 
Falls, Anson, 10,082.76; Kenora— General, 16,626.51; St. Joseph's, 25,490.51; 
Kincardine, 3,186.60; Kingston— General, 259,887.57; Hotel Dieu, 104,379.21; 
Kirkland Lake and District, 45,480.94; Kitchener — Kitchener- Waterloo, 
91,425.49; St. Mary's, 38,612.93; Leamington and District Memorial, 7,958.00; 
Lindsay, Ross Memorial, 11,932.81; Listowel, Memorial, 7,838.84; Little 
Current, St. Joseph's, 6,611.67; London— St. Joseph's, 197,097.88; Victoria, 
389,806.16; Markdale, Centre Grey, 5,920.66; Matheson — Bingham Memorial, 
8,334.37; Rosedale War Memorial, 730.04; Mattawa, 14,963.39; Meaford, 
4,033.14; Midland, St. Andrews, 16,195.42; Mount Forest, Louise Marshall, 
6,972.30; New Liskeard and District, 12,297.30; Newmarket, York County, 
12,567.40; Niagara Falls, Greater Niagara General, 63,904.67; Niagara, 
Niagara, 4,550.15; Nipigon and District Memorial, 7,238.12; North Bay— 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 25 

Grants to Public Hospitals — Continued 

Maintenance Grants — Continued 

General Hospitals, etc. — Continued 

Civic, 28,960.76; St. Joseph's, 41,687.79; Oakville, Oakville-Trafalgar Mem- 
orial, 15,855.10; Orangeville, Dufferin Area, 18,909.15; Orillia, Soldiers' 
Memorial, 32,439.73; Oshawa, 70,450.89; Ottawa— Civic, 326,292.21; General, 
264,602.69; St. Louis-Marie de Montfort, 36,582.56; Salvation Army Grace, 
3,662.50; Owen Sound, General and Marine, 31,560.37; Palmerston, 10,851.29; 
Paris, Willett, 9,486.14; Parry Sound— General, 37,935.31; St. Joseph's, 
20,448.57; Pembroke— Cottage, 12,929.78; General, 51,039.19; Penetan- 
guishene, 11,851.39; Perth, Great War Memorial, 12,865.54; Peterborough — 
Civic, 67,840.89; St. Joseph's, 56,408.24; Petrolia, Charlotte Eleanor Engle- 
hart, 9,802.65; Picton, Prince Edward County, 8,055.69; Port Arthur- 
General, 82,955.78; St. Joseph's, 64,802.94; Port Colborne, 24,083.99; Port 
Hope, 8,377.28; Port Perry, Community Memorial, 6,370.91; Renfrew, 
Victoria, 12,975.54; St. Catharines— General, 78,918.41; Hotel Dieu, 38,115.10; 
St. Mary's, St. Mary's Memorial, 9,083.51; St. Thomas-Elgin, 54,828.26; 
Sarnia— General, 45,507.73; St. Joseph's, 27,833.05; Sault Ste. Marie- 
General, 35,233.57; Plummer Memorial, 19,232.13; Scarborough, 45,386.73; 
Seaforth, Scott Memorial, 10,351.18; Shelburne and District, 2,379.37; 
Simcoe, Norfolk, 33,207.77; Sioux Lookout, 13,801.46; Smiths Falls — General, 
16,759.22; St. Francis, 5,274.50; Smooth Rock Falls, 7,868.04; Southampton, 
Saugeen Memorial, 5,084.79; South Porcupine, Porcupine General, 6,033.83; 
Stratford, 57,964.61 ; Strathroy, 11,718.90; Sturgeon Falls, St. Jean de Brebeuf, 
43,129.49; Sudbury— General, 88,367.43; Memorial, 21,534.18; St. Joseph's, 
58,653.90; Tillsonburg District Memorial, 30,276.10; Timmins, St. Mary's, 
48,861.29; Toronto — Canadian Mothercraft Centre, 12,236.26; East General 
and Orthopaedic, 210,403.84; General, 948,256.34; Lockwood Clinic, 
454.34; New Mount Sinai, 65,665.18; Northwestern, 17,813.21; Queensway, 
9,319.68; St. Joseph's, 279,120.37; St. Michael's, 492,898.39; Salvation 
Army Grace, 5,738.88; Hospital for Sick Children, 616.420.67; Western, 
383,430.27; Women's College, 41,737.31; Trenton, Memorial, 9,949.32; 
Walkerton, Bruce County, 9,148.31; Wallaceburg, Svdenham and District, 
254.00; Welland, Welland County, 43,506.21; Weston, Humber Memorial, 
12,870.76; Wiarton, Bruce Peninsula and District Memorial, 3,988.04; 
Winchester and District, 7,903.25; Windsor— Hotel Dieu, 75,074.95; Metro- 
politan, 84,280.04; Salvation Armv Grace, 43,459.55; Wingham, 18,646.76; 
Woodstock, 42,289.94 ' 8,754,415 27 

Red Cross Hospitals: 

Apsley, 171.55; Bancroft, 4,837.71; Beardmore, 818.42; Burk's Falls, 4,837.71; 
Emo, 7,333.76; Haliburton, 4,245.88; Hawk Junction, 771.97; Hornepayne, 
154.39; Lion's Head, 900.63; Mindemoya, 5,352.36; Minden, 4,117.20; Nakina, 
360.25; Port Loring, 1,157.96; Rainy River, 5,146.50; Red Lake, 8,198.40; 
Richard's Landing, 5,146.50; Thessalon, 3,688.32; Whitney, 34.31; Wilber- 
force, 17.15; Ontario Division Canadian Red Cross Society, 56,000.00 113,290 97 

Hospitals for Incurables: 

Brantford, General, 22,461.27; Campbellford, Memorial, 7,899.74; Chatham, 
578.97; Cochrane, Lady Minto, 3,199.24; Exeter, South Huron and District, 
2,117.44; Fergus, Groves Memorial, 8,598.18; Fort William, McKellar, 
18,713.94; Haileybury, Misericordia, 9,992.64; Hamilton— General, 86,103.84; 
St. Peter's Infirmary, 82,956.70; Hanover, Memorial, 385.50; Huntsville 
District Memorial, 6,160.24; Kingston, St. Mary's-of-the-Lake, 69,068.53; 
Kitchener, Kitchener- Waterloo, 56,132.37; London— Parkwood, 52,928.61; 
St. Mary's, 95,865.81; Ottawa— Perley, 44,880.54; St. Vincent, 266,797.36; 
Pembroke, Cottage, 9,045.85; Penetanguishene, General, 7,940.29; Renfrew, 
Victoria, 13,981.70; St. Catharines, General, 39,163.05; St. Thomas-Elgin 
General, 40,452.50; Sarnia, General, 4,718.30; Sault Ste. Marie, Plummer 
Memorial, 3,575.62; Stratford, General, 25,496.26; Sudbury, Memorial, 
2,938.90; Toronto— Baycrest, 92,509.96; Home for Incurable Children, 
23,047.77; Our Lady of Mercy, 166,860.35; Queen Elizabeth, 272,050.13; 
Runnymede, 68,294.07; Windsor, Riverview, 194,057.05; Wingham, General, 
18,113.25 1,817,085 97 

Convalescent Hospitals: 

Burlington, Children's, 1,915.50; Cobourg, Illahee Lodge, 2,178.00; Colling- 
wood, Blue Mountain Camp for Crippled Children, 4,059.00; Hamilton 
General Convalescent Unit, 82,546.54; Komoka, Woodeden Camp for Crippled 
Children, 3,431.25; Newtonbrook, St. John's, 64,165.39; Perth, Merrywood- 



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Grants to Public Hospitals — Continued 

Maintenance Grants — Continued 

Convalescent Hospitals — Continued 

on-the-Rideau, 4,058.25; Sesekinika, Northwood, 2,382.00; Toronto— Hill- 
crest, 15,911.98; Lyndhurst Lodge, 10,140.22; Wainfleet, Lakewood, 3,455.25. 194,243 38 

Payments to Hospitals: 
re Assistance to Municipalities in Territorial Districts: 
Blind River, St. Joseph's, 1,494.63; Bracebridge, Memorial, 75.44; Burk's 
Falls, Red Cross, 1,247.38; Chapleau, Lady Minto, 6,554.83; Cochrane, 
Lady Minto, 7,271.17; Dryden District, 28.68; Emo, Red Cross, 976.84; 
Espanola, General, 443.90; Fort Frances, La Verendrve, 3,082.21; Fort 
William, McKellar, 6,307.04; Haileybury, Misericordia, 13,271.01; Hamilton 
St. Peter's, 1,027.87; Hearst, Notre Dame, 205.31; Huntsville District, 
2,188.58; Iroquois Falls, Anson, 3,367.64; Kenora— General, 1,876.35; St. 
Joseph's, 2,403.82; Kingston, St. Mary's-of-the-Lake, 682.07; Kirkland Lake 
and District, 14,740.40; Matheson, Bingham Memorial, 105.23; Mattawa, 
General, 5,386.50; New Liskeard and District, 104.25; Newtonbrook, St. 
John's Convalescent, 235.91; North Bay — Civic, 3,275.02; St. Joseph's, 
11,698.68; Orillia, Soldiers' Memorial, 571.53; Ottawa— Civic, 97.85; General, 
1,816.36; St. Vincent, 804.32; Owen Sound, General and Marine, 132.15; 
Parry Sound— General, 7,876.04; St. Joseph's, 6,715.78; Port Arthur— General, 
1,986.43; St. Joseph's, 1,217.32; Rainy River, Red Cross, 44.46; Richard's 
Landing, Red Cross, 123.25; St. Catharines, General, 75.73; Sarnia, St. 
Joseph's, 79.75; Sault Ste. Marie — General, 216.09; Plummer Memorial, 
146.27; Sioux Lookout, General, 251.13; Smooth Rock Falls, 550.21; South 
Porcupine, Porcupine General, 24.76; Sturgeon Falls, St. Jean de Brebeuf, 
37,853.16; Sudbury, General, 4,520.54; St. Joseph's, 6,685.21; Timmins, St. 
Mary's, 2,920.08; Toronto— East General and Orthopaedic, 193.74; General, 
19,112.74; General, Wellesley Division, 133.30; Home for Incurable Children, 
573.63; Lockwood Clinic, 68.82; Lyndhurst Lodge, 372.40; Our Lady of Mercy, 
1,146.10; Queen Elizabeth, 2,500.57; St. Michael's, 1,440.75; Salvation Army 
Grace, 22.06; Hospital for Sick Children, 10,179.06; Western, 842.98; Windsor 
—Hotel Dieu, 275.68; Riverview, 724.97; Salvation Army Grace, 12.87.. 200,358 85 

Payments to Hospitals: 
re Hospitalization of Patients from Ontario Hospitals: 
Cobourg, General, 208.50; Hamilton, General, 8.00; Kingston, General, 
2,840.00; London— St. Joseph's, 440.00; Victoria, 560.00; Newmarket, York 
County, 58.50; Orillia, Soldiers' Memorial, 21.75; Oshawa, General, 123.25; 
Ottawa, Civic, 32.00; Peterborough, Civic, 72.50; Port Arthur, General, 
2,059.50; St. Thomas-Elgin General, 14.50; Smiths Falls, St. Francis, 1,134.50; 
Toronto— East General and Orthopaedic, 2,696.00; General, 4,185.00; St. 
Michael's, 288.00; Hospital for Sick Children, 40.00; Women's College, 87.00; 
Woodstock, General, 391.50 15,260 50 

Payments to Hospitals: 
re Indigents from Unorganized Territory: 
Atikokan, General, 346.50; Barrie, Royal Victoria, 63.00; Blind River, St. 
Joseph's, 10,375.20; Bracebridge, Memorial, 54.00; Chapleau, Lady Minto, 
4,994.90; Cochrane, Lady Minto, 36,864.90; Dryden District, 2,578.50; 
Englehart and District, 1,711.50; Espanola, 2,632.20; Fort Frances, La 
Verendrye, 2,276.00; Fort William, McKellar, 6,501.30; Geraldton, Little- 
Long-Lac, 918.00; Haileybury, Misericordia, 8,879.40; Hearst, Notre Dame 
30,123.60: Huntsville District Memorial, 806.25; Iroquois Falls, Anson, 
345.90; Kenora— General, 1,651.50; St. Joseph's, 2,034.00; Kingston, St. 
Mary's-of-the-Lake, 7,638.75; Kirkland Lake and District, 5,705.30; Little 
Current, St. Joseph's, 2,294.70; Matheson, Bingham Memorial, 144.00; 
Mattawa, General, 1,377.00; Midland, St. Andrew's, 1,087.50; New Liskeard 
and District, 619.50; Newmarket, York County, 49.50; Newtonbrook, 
St. John's Convalescent, 483.75; Nipigon and District, Memorial, 589.50 
North Bay— Civic, 5,244.30; St. Joseph's, 4,246.80; Ottawa— Civic, 324.00 
General, 310.80; St. Louis-Marie de Montfort, 57.75; St. Vincent, 6,674.25 
Parry Sound— General, 18,827.30; St. Joseph's, 8,493.30; Pembroke, General 
795.90; Penetanguishene, General, 265.50; Peterborough — Civic, 220.50 
St. Joseph's, 168.00; Port Arthur— General, 21,084.00; St. Joseph's, 7,712.25 
Sarnia, General, 94.50; Sault Ste. Marie— General, 7,977.90; Plummer 
Memorial, 1,625.25; Sioux Lookout, General, 5,247.60; Smiths Falls, St. 
Francis, 1,005.00; Smooth Rock Falls, 274.50; South Porcupine, Porcupine 
General, 236.70; Sturgeon Falls, St. Jean de Brebeuf, 5,880.30; Sudbury— 



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Grants to Public Hospitals — Continued 
Maintenance Grants — Continued 

Payments to Hospitals — Continued 
re Indigents from Unorganized Territory — Continued: 
General, 12,232.45; Memorial, 701.25; St. Joseph's, 8,340.15; Timmins, St. 
Mary's, 3,492.30; Toronto— General, 18,846.00; General, Wellesley Division, 
918.00; Home for Incurable Children, 5,257.50; New Mount Sinai, 42.00; 
Ontario Division, Canadian Red Cross Society, 2,337.10; Ontario Society for 
Crippled Children, 52.50; Our Lady of Mercy, 9,717.50; Queen Elizabeth, 
7,991.25; St. Joseph's, 306.00; St. Michael's, 1,422.00; Hospital for Sick 
Children, 11,250.00; Western, 1,395.00; Windsor, Riverview, 1,502.25 

Payments to Hospitals: 
re Infant Care: 



315,665 80 



Ajax and Pickering, 14.40; Alliston, Stevenson Memorial, 8.40; Almonte, 
Rosamond Memorial, 5.20; Barrie, Royal Victoria, 20.40; Belleville, General, 
83.20; Blind River, St. Joseph's, 43.20; Bowmanville, 25.60; Bracebridge, 
Memorial, 3.20; Brampton, Peel Memorial, 15.20; Brantford, General, 114.80; 
Brockville, St. Vincent de Paul, 13.60; Campbellford, Memorial, 10.00; 
Carleton Place and District Memorial, .40; Chapleau, Lady Minto, 11.60; 
Chatham— Public, 21.20; St. Joseph's, 48.80; Cobourg, General, 35.60; 
Cochrane, Lady Minto, 42.00; Collingwood, General and Marine, 12.40; 
Cornwall— General, 52.00; Hoetel Dieu, 385.60; Dryden District, 5.60; 
Dunnville, Haldimand War Memorial, 20.80; Englehart and District, 5.20; 
Espanola, General, 9.20; Exeter, South Huron and District, 2.00; Fergus, 
Groves Memorial, 4.00; Fort Erie, Douglas Memorial, 7.20; Fort Frances, 
La Verendrye, 2.80; Fort William, McKellar, 14.40; Gait, South Waterloo 
Memorial, 3.60; Geraldton, Little-Long-Lac, 5.60; Goderich, Alexandra 
General and Marine, 2.80; Grimsby, West Lincoln Memorial, 22.80; Guelph — 
General, 27.60; St. Joseph's, 19.20; Haileybury, Misericordia, 11.60; Hamilton 
General, 809.60; St. Joseph's, 317.60; Hanover, Memorial, 11.20; Hawkesbury, 
Notre Dame, 64.40; Hearst, Notre Dame, 39.20; Huntsville District 
Memorial, 10.40; Ingersoll, Alexandra, 8.40; Iroquois Falls, Anson, 16.40; 
Kenora, St. Joseph's, 6.80; Kincardine, General, 2.40; Kingston — General, 
293.60; Hotel Dieu, 422.00; Kirkland Lake and District, 70.40; Kitchener- 
Kitchener- Waterloo, 8.80; St. Mary's, 7.60; Leamington and District 
Memorial, 11.20; Lindsay, Ross Memorial, 11.20; Listowel, Memorial, 10.80; 
Little Current, St. Joseph's, 26.00; London — St. Joseph's, 117.20; Victoria, 
272.40; Matheson, Bingham Memorial, 3.20; Mattawa, General, 24.00; 
Meaford, General, 5.60; Midland, St. Andrew's, 18.40; Mount Forest, Louise 
Marshall, 7.20; New Liskeard and District, 2.80; Newmarket, York County, 
57.60; Niagara Falls, Greater Niagara General, 38.40; North Bay — Civic, 
14.00; St. Joseph's, 10.80; Oakville, Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial, 13.20; 
Orangeville, Dufferin Area, 4.40; Orillia, Soldiers' Memorial, 22.80; Oshawa, 
General, 46.00; Ottawa— Civic, 644.80; General, 440.80; St. Louis-Marie 
de Montfort, 56.00; Salvation Army Grace, 466.40; Owen Sound, General 
and Marine, 2.00; Palmerston, General, 3.20; Paris, Willett, 3.20; Parry 
Sound— General, 48.40; St. Joseph's, 40.80; Pembroke, General, 204.80; 
Penetanguishene, General, 18.80; Perth, Great War Memorial, 21.60; Peter- 
borough — Civic, 25.60; St. Joseph's, 63.60; Petrolia, Charlotte Eleanor 
Englehart, 8.40; Picton, Prince Edward County, 32.40; Port Arthur — General, 
26.00; St. Joseph's, 19.60; Port Colborne, General, 20.40; Port Hope, 9.60; 
Port Perry, Community Memorial, 13.20; Renfrew, Victoria, 5.20; St. 
Catharines— General, 76.40; Hotel Dieu, 15.20; St. Mary's, St. Mary's 
Memorial, 8.40; St. Thomas-Elgin, 25.20; Sarnia — General, 69.20; St. Joseph's, 
61.60; Sault Ste. Marie— General, 13.20; Plummer Memorial, 20.80; Shel- 
burne and District, 2.40; Simcoe, Norfolk, 77.60; Sioux Lookout, 10.80; 
Smiths Falls, St. Francis, 6.40; Smooth Rock Falls, 1.60; Southampton, 
Saugeen Memorial, 6.00; South Porcupine, Porcupine General, 4.80; Strat- 
ford, General, 16.00; Strathroy, General, 9.60; Sturgeon Falls, St. Jean de 
Brebeuf, 181.60; Sudbury— General, 114.40; St. Joseph's, 78.40; Tillsonburg 
District Memorial, 37.60; Timmins, St. Mary's, 21.60; Toronto — East 
General and Orthopaedic, 340.40; General, 1,567.60; General, Wellesley 
Division, 324.80; New Mount Sinai, 190.40; Northwestern, 68.80; Ontario 
Division, Canadian Red Cross Society, 40.40; St. Joseph's, 610.40; St. 
Michael's, 1,824.80; Salvation Army Grace, 196.00; Western, 650.00; 
Women's College, 191.60; Trenton, Memorial, 15.60; Walkerton, Bruce 
County, 1.60; Welland, Welland County, 69.20; Weston, Humber Memorial, 
2.40; Winchester and District, 20.80; Windsor— Hotel Dieu, 48.80; Metro- 
politan, 60.40; Salvation Army Grace, 102.80; Wingham, 8.00; Woedstock, 
14.40 13,320 00 



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E 28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Grants to Public Hospitals — Continued 

Maintenance Grants — Continued 
Payments to Hospitals: 
re Medical Examination of Expectant Mothers: 
Hamilton— General, 35.00; St. Joseph's, 30.00; Kingston, Hotel Dieu, 30.00; 
London— St. Joseph's, 5.00; Victoria, 45.00; Ottawa— General, 100.00; 
Salvation Army Grace, 100.00; Toronto — East General and Orthopaedic, 
95.00; General, 1,210.00; New Mount Sinai, 95.00; St. Joseph's, 205.00; 
St. Michael's, 505.00; Salvation Armv Grace, 225.00; Western, 350.00; 
Women's College, 360.00 3,390 00 

Payments to Hospitals: 
re Out-Patient Department: 
Hamilton, General, 9,878.40; Kingston— General, 1,447.20; Hotel Dieu, 
2,649.00; Komoka, Woodeden Camp for Crippled Children, 571.20; London — 
St. Joseph's, 936.30; Victoria, 4,035.60; Ottawa— Civic, 6,329.70; General, 
8,918.10; Salvation Army Grace, 508.20; Toronto— East General and Ortho- 
paedic, 5,192.10; General, 27,817.80; General, Wellesley Division, 1,376.70; 
New Mount Sinai, 7,389.00; Northwestern, 743.70; St. Joseph's, 5,295.30; 
St. Michael's, 16,736.70; Salvation Army Grace, 993.30; Hospital for Sick 
Children, 22,167.30; Western, 16,102.50; Women's College, 4,359.30 143,447 40 

Special Capital or Rehabilitation Grants ($7,548,100.00): 
General Hospitals, etc.: 

Ajaxand Pickering, 6,600.00; Alliston, Stevenson Memorial, 6,800.00; Almonte, 
Rosamond Memorial, 3,000.00; Arnprior and District Memorial, 7,600.00; 
Atikokan, 5,200.00; Barrie, Royal Victoria, 50,200.00; Belleville, 57,800.00; 
Blind River, St. Joseph's, 11,000.00; Bowmanville, 10,600.00; Bracebridge, 
Memorial, 7,000.00; Brampton, Peel Memorial, 15,000.00; Brantford— 
General, 91,500.00; St. Joseph's, 31,800.00; Brockville— General, 48,400.00; 
St. Vincent de Paul, 15,800.00; Campbellford, Memorial, 13,000.00; Carleton 
Place and District, Memorial, 6,000.00; Chapleau, Lady Minto, 10,200.00; 
Chatham— General, 56,200.00; St. Joseph's, 43,000.00; Chesley and District, 
Memorial, 3,800.00; Clinton, 8,000.00; Cobourg, 7,600.00; Cochenour, 
Margaret Cochenour Memorial, 2,600.00; Cochrane, Lady Minto, 14,000.00; 
Collingwood, General and Marine, 17,200.00; Cornwall— General, 53,300.00; 
Hotel Dieu, 68,100.00; MacDonnell Memorial, 9,200.00; Dryden District, 
10,600.00; Dunnville, Haldimand War Memorial, 8,200.00; Durham, Mem- 
orial, 3,200.00; Englehart and District, 4,200.00; Espanola, 6,600.00; Exeter, 
South Huron and District, 7,200.00; Fergus, Groves Memorial, 10,800.00; 
Fort Erie, Douglas Memorial, 12,800.00; Fort Frances, La Verendrye, 
20,000.00; Fort William, McKellar, 102,400.00; Gait, South Waterloo Mem- 
orial, 56,400.00; Geraldton, Little-Long-Lac, 4,600.00; Goderich, Alexandra 
General and Marine, 11,600.00; Grimsby, West Lincoln Memorial, 7,600.00; 
Guelph— General, 59,000.00; St. Joseph's, 58,800.00; Haileybury, Miseri- 
cordia, 17,800.00; Hamilton— General, 359,400.00; St. Joseph's, 157,000.00; 
Hanover, Memorial, 9,600.00; Hawkesbury— Notre Dame, 6,400.00; St. 
Coeur de Marie, 7,800.00; Hearst, Notre Dame, 11,200.00; Huntsville 
District Memorial, 8,600.00; Ingersoll, Alexandra, 11,200.00; Iroquois 
Falls, Anson, 8,400.00; Kenora— General, 11,800.00; St. Joseph's, 9,800.00; 
Kincardine, 102,800.00; Kingston— General, 59,100.00; Hotel Dieu, 98,400.00; 
Kirkland Lake and District, 20,600.00; Kitchener — Kitchener- Waterloo, 
106,100.00; St. Mary's, 52,000.00; Leamington and District, Memorial, 
10,200.00; Lindsay, Ross Memorial, 12,000.00; Listowel, Memorial, 7,600.00; 
Little Current, St. Joseph's, 9,600.00; London— St. Joseph's, 149,900.00; 
Victoria, 241,100.00; Markdale, Centre Grey, 5,000.00; Matheson, Bingham 
Memorial, 5,800.00; Mattawa, 6,000.00; Meaford, 5,800.00; Midland, St. 
Andrew's, 21,000.00; Mount Forest, Louise Marshall, 6,200.00; New Liskeard 
and District, 8,000.00; Newmarket, York County, 22,600.00; Niagara Falls, 
Greater Niagara General, 50,600.00; Niagara, Niagara, 5,400.00; Nipigon 
and District, Memorial, 4,400.00; North Bay— Civic, 20,200.00; St. Joseph's, 
40,000.00; Oakville, Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial, 31,400.00; Orangeville, 
Dufferin Area, 17,800.00; Orillia, Soldiers' Memorial, 32,300.00; Oshawa, 
73,600.00; Ottawa— General, 154,900.00; Civic, 252,600.00; St. Louis-Marie 
de Montfort, 53,200.00; Salvation Army Grace, 15,200.00; Owen Sound, 
General and Marine, 33,300.00; Palmerston, 8,200.00; Paris, Willett, 11,400.00; 
Parry Sound— General, 17,000.00; St. Joseph's, 11,800.00; Pembroke- 
General, 40,800.00; Cottage, 21,000.00; Penetanguishene, 12,600.00; Perth, 
Great War Memorial, 9,800.00; Peterborough— Civic, 78,500.00; St. Joseph's, 
53,100.00; Petrolia, Charlotte Eleanor Englehart, 8,200.00; Picton, Prince 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HEALT H E 29 

Grants to Public Hospitals — Continued 

Special Capital or Rehabilitation Grants — Continued 
General Hospitals, etc. — Continued 

Edward County, 5,400.00; Port Arthur— General, 66,700.00; St. Joseph's, 
52,200.00; Port Colborne, 20,000.00; Port Hope, 9,200.00; Port Perry, Com- 
munity Memorial, 5,400.00; Renfrew, Victoria, 31,400.00; St. Catharines 
—General, 110,100.00; Hotel Dieu, 27,000.00; St. Mary's, St. Mary's Mem- 
orial, 7,200.00; St. Thomas-Elgin, 102,800.00; Sarnia— General, 69,900.00; 
St. Joseph's, 29,600.00; Sault Ste. Marie— General, 43,900.00; Plummer 
Memorial, 38,400.00; Scarborough, 36,800.00; Seaforth, Scott Memorial, 
7,800.00; Shelburne and District, 3,200.00; Simcoe, Norfolk, 20,400.00; 
Sioux Lookout, 8,400.00; Smiths Falls— General, 12,000.00; St. Francis, 
15,200.00; Smooth Rock Falls, 3,800.00; Southampton, Saugeen Memorial, 
3,800.00; South Porcupine, Porcupine General, 4,400.00; Stratford, 79,800.00; 
Strathroy, 10,000.00; Sturgeon Falls, St. Jean de Brebeuf, 17,800.00; Sudbury 
—General, 85,300.00; Memorial, 49,600.00; St. Joseph's, 52,300.00; Tillson- 
burg District, Memorial, 20,000.00; Timmins, St. Mary's, 29,600.00; 
Toronto — Canadian Mothercraft Centre, 5,400.00; East General and Ortho- 
paedic, 128,200.00; General, 413,900.00; Lockwood Clinic, 9,600.00; New 
Mount Sinai, 74,600.00; Northwestern, 20,800.00; Queensway, 26,200.00; 
St. Joseph's, 152,200.00; St. Michael's, 256,400.00; Salvation Army Grace, 
11,000.00; Hospital for Sick Children, 181,600.00; Western, 215,000.00; 
Women's College, 87,000.00; Trenton, Memorial, 13,600.00; Walkerton, 
Bruce County, 6,800.00; Wallaceburg, Sydenham and District, 15,000.00; 
Welland, Welland County, 24,800.00; Weston, Humber Memorial, 23,600.00; 
Wiarton, Bruce Peninsula and District Memorial, 4,200.00; Winchester and 
District, 6,800.00; Windsor— Hotel Dieu, 114,500.00; Metropolitan, 84,200.00; 
Salvation Army Grace, 73,600.00; Wingham, 18,200.00; Woodstock, 43,700.00. 



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Red Cross Hospitals: 

Apsley, 1,000.00; Bancroft, 4,400.00; Beardmore, 1,400.00; Burk's Falls, 
4,400.00; Emo, 3,400.00; Haliburton, 1,800.00; Hawk Junction, 1,800.00; 
Hornepayne, 1,200.00; Lion's Head, 1,000.00; Mindemoya, 3,200.00; Minden, 
1,600.00; Nakina, 1,400.00; Port Loring, 1,000.00; Rainy River, 2,800.00; 
Red Lake, 3,200.00; Richard's Landing, 2,000.00; Thessalon, 2,800.00; 
Whitney, 800.00; Wilberforce, 400.00 39,600 00 

Hospitals for Incurables: 

Hamilton, St. Peter's, 42,200.00; Kingston, St. Mary's-of-the-Lake, 41,200.00; 
London— Parkwood, 37,000.00; St. Mary's, 43,000.00; Ottawa— Perley, 
43,600.00; St. Vincent, 104,600.00; Toronto— Baycrest, 17,400.00; Our 
Lady of Mercy, 60,000.00; Home for Incurable Children, 8,400.00; Queen 
Elizabeth, 103,800.00; Runnymede, 22,800.00; Windsor, Riverview, 
70,600.00 594,600 00 

Convalescent Hospitals: 

Burlington, Children's, 8,200.00; Cobourg, Illahee Lodge, 6,400.00; Colling- 
wood, Blue Mountain Camp for Crippled Children, 14,000.00; Komoka, 
Woodeden Camp for Crippled Children, 16,400.00; Newtonbrook, St. John's, 
37,200.00; Perth, Merrywood-on-the-Rideau Camp for Crippled Children, 
12,400.00; Sesekinika, Northwood Camp for Crippled Children, 8,400.00; 
Toronto— Hillcrest, 6,800.00; Lyndhurst Lodge, 10,000.00; Wainfleet, Lake- 
wood Camp for Crippled Children, 13,200.00 133,000^00 

Building Grants ($2,737,098.33): 
General Hospitals, etc. : 

Belleville, 39,163.33; Blind River, St. Joseph's, 79,823.33; Bracebridge 
Memorial, 1,129.16; Brantford, 169,890.00; Chapleau, Lady Minto, 30,220.83 ; 
Chatham, 40,173.09; Clinton, 4,500.00; Cochrane, Lady Minto, 63,688.32; 
Collingwood, General and Marine, 35,000.01; Cornwall, Hotel Dieu, 33J927.50; 
Dryden District, 124,148.35; Dunnville, Haldimand War Memorial, 
7,059.16; Fergus, Groves Memorial, 2,070.00; Guelph, 62,575.00; Hamilton- 
General, 10,000.00; St. Joseph's, 4,273.33; Hanover, Memorial, 22,840.00; 
Iroquois Falls, Anson, 93,798.34; Kincardine, 16,043.34; Kingston 27 000 00- 
London— St. Joseph's, 22,800.00; Victoria, 43,000.00; Midland, St. Andrew's' 
36,635.00; Newmarket, York County, 25,345.00; Niagara Falls, Greater 
Niagara General, 123,105.82; Niagara, Niagara, 1,947.51; North Bay, St. 
Joseph's, 95,364.93; Oakville, Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial, 26,740.00; 
Orangeville, Dufferin Area, 2,564.48; Orillia, Soldiers' Memorial, 7,000.00; 



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Grants to Public Hospitals — Continued 

Building Grants — Continued 

General Hospitals, etc. — Continued 

Oshawa, 50,568.33; Ottawa— General, 6,808.99; Civic, 43,602.46; St. Louis- 
Marie de Montfort, 12,648.77; Salvation Army Grace, 10,693.33; Owen 
Sound, General and Marine, 153,885.00; Palmerston, 1,585.81; Parry Sound- 
General, 8,500.00; St. Joseph's, 2,915.48; Port Arthur, 8,660.00; Port Colborne, 
3,684.62; St. Catharines, 98,406.67; St. Thomas-Elgin, 35,820.55; Sarnia, 
85,000.00; Scarborough, 109,695.00; Smiths Falls, St. Francis, 20,868.56; 
Sudbury, Memorial, 14,333.33; Toronto— Queensway, 105,578.34; St. 
Michael's, 31,000.00; Women's College, 83,242.51; Wallaceburg, Sydenham 
and District, 95,800.00; Welland County, 3,476.66; Weston, Humber 
Memorial, 53,233.33; Windsor, Metropolitan, 75,593.33; Wingham, 34,750.00; 
North York, Branson, 87,307.50 2,489,484 40 

Red Cross Hospitals: 

Gore Bay, 5,000.00; Missanabie, 4,373.01; Temagami, 5,000.00 14,373 01 

Hospitals for Incurables: 

Kingston, St. Mary's-of-the-Lake, 57,000.00; Ottawa— Perley, 80,000.00; 
St. Vincent, 15,000.00; Toronto— Our Lady of Mercy, 32,000.00; Runnymede, 
1,056.67 185,056 67 

Convalescent Hospitals: 

Cobourg, Illahee Lodge, 4,000.00; Collingwood, Blue Mountain Camp for 

Crippled Children, 11,184.25, Newtonbrook, St. John's, 33,000.00 48,184 25 

Grants to Isolation Hospitals and Hospitals Maintaining 
Isolation Units (in amounts as may be authorized by the Minister) ($27,986.00) 

Isolation Hospitals: 

Port Arthur, 1,276.80; Toronto, Riverdale, 10,775.80; Windsor, Fred Adams, 

2,429.00 14,481 60 

General Hospitals: 

Belleville, 3,861.20; Brantford, 732.20; Guelph, 310.80; Kingston, 1,005.20; 
London Victoria, 1,610.00; Ottawa, Civic, 2,136.40; Peterborough, Civic, 
2,144.80; St. Catharines, 1,703.80 13,504 40 

Grants ($1,100,000.00) 

Toronto Western Hospital — Special Teaching Services 700,000 00 

Scarborough General Hospital — Metropolitan Out-patient Services 200,000 00 

Salvation Army Grace Hospital — Special Welfare Services 200,000 00 

Public and Private Hospitals Branch $23,115,059 07 



MENTAL HEALTH BRANCH— GENERAL EXPENSES 
Salaries ($121,518.05) 

C A Buck 11 089.92; L. B. Fair, 4,524.96; H. W. Henderson, 875.00; C. H. Lewis, 
" 9 749 94- B.'H. McNeel, 11,249.94; R. C. Montgomery, 7,530.25; F. W. Snedden, 

7J099.94; Other salaries, 69,398.10 121,518 05 

Travelling Expenses ($5,020.67) 
B. H. McNeel, 984.13; Accounts under $800, 4,036.54 5,020 67 

Maintenance ($5,454.40) 

Locke, Johnson & Co., 2,466.09; Accounts under $2,000, 4,423.45. . . 6,889 54 

Less: Transferred to Ontario Hospitals 1,435 14 

5,454 40 

Workmen's Compensation Board — Awards and Costs 
for Mental Health Branch ($37,686.98) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 37,686 98 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 31 

Mental Health Branch — General Expenses — Continued 

Cost of Living Bonus — Public and Private Hospitals and Mental 
Health Branches ($387,045.83) 

Sundry Employees 387,045 83 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($14,524.51) 
Postmaster, stamps purchased, less Employees' contribution 14,524 51 

Removal of Patients to and from Ontario Hospitals and Examination 
of Patients from Unorganized Districts ($23,194.49) 

Removal Expenses: 

J. Greer, 7,641.35; J. Roblin, 3,378.01; Sundry Ontario Hospitals, 3,881.03; 

Accounts under $2,000, 3,809.10 18,709 49 

Medical Services: 

Sundry Persons 4,485 00 

Clothing for Bailiffs Removing Patients ($343.84) 

Accounts under $2,000 343 84 

Expenses in connection with Conventions held at various 

Institutions and Travelling Expenses of Officials attending Conventions 

(as authorized by the Minister) ($3,645.45) 

Sundry Officials 3,645 45 

Removal Expenses of Officials in Connection with the 
Ontario Hospitals ($3,946.47) 

Sundry Officials 3,946 47 

Printing and Stationery ($28,028.65) 

Queen's Printer 28,028 65 

Psychiatric Services in Local Communities or in Public Hospitals ($27,978.77) 

Salaries: 

E. S.Goddard, 9,999.96; H. D. Mitchell, 9,999.96; S. R. Montgomery, 

11,249.94; Other salaries, 1,777.48 33,027 34 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 11,059 92 

21,967 42 

Miscellaneous: 

Queen's Printer, 3,163.63; Accounts under $2,000, 2,847.72 6,011 35 

Transport Service ($19,850.28) 

British American Oil Co., Ltd., 2,039.34; Highway Trailers of Canada, Ltd., 4,910.56; 

Imperial Oil, Ltd., 3,577.82; Reo Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd., 5,643.14; 

Accounts under $2,000, 3,679.42 19,850 28 






Unforeseen and Unprovided (as may be directed by the Minister) ($312.31) 
Accounts under $2,000 312 31 

Grants, Etc. 

The Haven, Toronto, for Feeble Minded Women ($2,500.00) 

The Haven, Toronto, for Feeble Minded Women 2,500 00 

Grants to Recovered Indigent Patients from Ontario Hospitals and 
Removal Expenses to their Legal Domicile ($699.10) 

Sundry Patients 699 10 

Mental Health Branch — General Expenses $681,749 80 



E32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

MENTAL HEALTH BRANCH— ONTARIO HOSPITALS 

Summary 

Salaries Maintenance Total 

Aurora 80,214 18 96,40130 176,615 48 

Brockville 1,011,845 13 597,622 65 1,609,467 78 

Cobourg 286,691 86 172,380 67 459,072 53 

Hamilton 1,303,431 85 625,771 76 1,929,203 61 

Kingston 1,193,786 09 533,779 90 1,727,565 99 

Langstaff 352,070 39 150,413 56 502,483 95 

London 1,307,061 10 617,973 70 1,925,034 80 

New Toronto 1,017,157 82 515,065 07 1,532,222 89 

Orillia 1,729,357 92 1,049,087 77 2,778,445 69 

Penetanguishcne 519,289 18 182,339 13 701,628 31 

Port Arthur 750,120 49 381,990 34 1,132,110 83 

St. Thomas 1,616,996 63 868,024 43 2,485,021 06 

Smiths Falls 1,695,896 67 639,576 68 2,335,473 35 

Toronto 1,213,481 93 672,021 90 1,885,503 83 

Whitby 1,313,065 53 710,870 65 2,023,936 18 

Woodstock 1,403,638 27 480,285 66 1,883,923 93 

Toronto Psychiatric 474,065 25 99,920 90 573,986 15 

17,268,170 29 8,393,526 07 25,661,696 36 

Salaries ($17,268,170.29) 

Aurora : 

C. H. Pratt, 9,399.96; Clerical Staff, 13,974.58; Domestic Help, 13,669.86; 
Engineering Staff, 18,859.64; Artisans, 3,210.00; Farm and Garden, 5,599.92; 

Supervisors, Attendants, Nurses and Others, 104,720.22 169,434 18 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 89,220 00 

80,214 18 






Brockville: 

H. S. Allen, 5,359.92; R. S. Barton, 7,219.92; C. E. Hanna, 10,749.96; M. Houze, 
9,399.96; M. Jarvie, 5,049.96; J. H. Kreiner, 9,399.96; J. J. O'Connell, 4,500.00; 
M. L. Palmer, 6,559.92; L. Saask, 4,759.92; J. M. Short, 6,299.94; D. B. Smith, 
8,149.98; N. L. Walker, 6,510.00; W. O. Williams, 5,659.92; Other Medical Staff, 
16,494.18; Other Clerical Staff, 54,438.54; Domestic Help, 109,408.16; Other 
Engineering Staff, 40,240.04; Artisans, 39,610.39; Farm and Garden, 35,472.85; 

Supervisors, Attendants, Nurses and Others, 660,221.51 1,045,505 03 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund... . 33,659 90 

1,011,845 13 

Cobourg: 

H. C. Moorhouse, 9,749.94; S. O. Morris, 8,310.00; C. R. Wartman, 4,899.96; 
Other Medical Staff, 5,049.96; Other Clerical Staff, 16,959.84; Domestic Help, 
31,805.30; Engineering Staff, 41,750.48; Artisans, 2,860.47; Farm and Garden, 
8,279.88; Supervisors, Attendants, Nurses and Others, 157,026.03 286,691 86 

Hamilton: 

L. W. Bow, 4,934.94; B. A. Boyd, 8,624.94; H. R. Brillinger, 9,399.96; W. H. 
Coons, 5,249.94; D. N. Doig, 4,549.98; A. W. Hopkins, 4,549.98; G. R. Mansfield, 
4,759.92; R. P. Markle, 6,599.94; C. A. McClenahan, 7,359.96; R. P. Miller, 
4,759.92; C. F. Norris, 8,359.92; J. F. Schwarzl, 4,717.26; J. N. Senn, 11,249.94; 
G. C. Temple, 4,974.96; W. H. Weber, 9,399.96; J. G. White, 8,149.98; Other 
Medical Staff, 36,499.53; Other Clerical Staff, 74,379.36; Domestic Help, 
103,228.26; Engineering Staff, 70,198.46; Artisans, 48,951.30; Farm and Garden, 
35,507.87; Supervisors, Attendants, Nurses and Others, 877,736.99.1,354,143 27 
Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 50,711 42 

1,303,431 85 

Kingston: 

H. L. Batstone, 9,299.94; R. M. Billings, 9,299.94; G. W. Boag, 6,899.94; C. A. 
Bright, 8,149.98; P. A. Christie, 7,219.92; H. G. Cooper, 4,934.94; E. A. James, 
8,849.94; C. G. MacKenzie, 4,934.94; C. H. McCuaig, 10,749.96; F. W. Snedden, 
1,875.00; J. S. Sutherland, 4,749.96; J. L. Walsh, 6,599.94; G. E. Wilson, 9,399.96; 
O. H. Whitcroft, 766.66; Other Medical Staff, 30,797.41; Other Clerical Staff, 
70,818.67; Domestic Help, 142,847.05; Engineering Staff, 79,007.11; Artisans, 
38,956.24; Farm and Garden, 36,986.33; Teachers, 1,266.19; Supervisors, Atten- 
dants, Nurses and Others, 726,900.85 1,221,310 87 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 27,524 78 

1,193,786 09 






1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 33 

Ontario Hospitals — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Langstaff: 

L. A. Campbell, 5,149.98; S. G. Chalk, 9,749.94; C. B. Russell, 4,500.00; K. B. 
Rutherford, 733.32; O. H. Whitcroft, 4,105.34; Other Medical Staff, 356.66; 
Other Clerical Staff, 15,862.66; Domestic Help, 20,397.14; Engineering Staff, 
34,966.94; Artisans, 2,929.98; Other Farm and Garden Staff,' 64,928.37; Super- 
visors, Attendants, Nurses and Others, 188,390.06 352,070 39 

London : 

H. M. Barker, 7,219.92; J. R. Beesley, 7,219.92; H. N. Blackwell, 5,249.94; C 
Blazic, 4,759.92; R. M. Boyce, 8,149.98; H. A. Cardwell, 8,149.98; N. T. Chan 
1,729.98; M. E. Chapman, 8,149.98; W. R. Coates, 4,759.92; S. Feldman, 4,759.92 
H. B. Freedman, 4,759.92; H. C. Galbraith, 1,174.98; I. W. Gregory, 8,149.98 
G. E. Jenkins, 9,299.94; W. T. Joynt, 6,599.94; V. Jurjans, 4,759.92; B. A. 
Kennedy, 6,074.94; R. E. Koeppe, 1,174.98; K. S. MacLean, 4,934.94; A. Mc- 
Causland, 10,749.96; R. H. Prince, 8,149.98; R. G. Stephenson, 4,934.94; D. M. 
Wickware, 9,299.94; Other Medical Staff, 27,298.16; Other Clerical Staff, 
67,225.37; Domestic Help, 183,136.43; Engineering Staff, 81,334.76; Artisans, 
29,359.46; Farm and Garden, 37,380.41; Supervisors, Attendants, Nurses and 

Others, 858,437.57 1,424,385 98 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 117,324 88 

■ 1,307,061 10 



New Toronto: 

A. I. Armstrong, 4,934.94; L. W. Bow, 1,224.99; R. M. Burgess, 4,934.94; R. J. 
Carson, 9,399.96; T. D. Cumberland, 11,499.96; N. L. Easton, 9,749.94; D. G. 
Foote, 4,759.92; S. J. Freeman, 1,174.98; D. R. Gunn, 9,399.96; F. R. Hassard, 
6,859.92; D. R. Hunter, 4,759.92; C. Konyer, 4,759.92; P. G. Lynes, 4,759.92; 
J. MacKay, 2,633.32; J. H. Pascoe, 4,759.92; E. B. Sisley, 6,599.94; E. L. Symons, 
5,824.98; R. E. Turner, 4,759.92; R. D. Whiteside, 1,224.99; Other Medical Staff, 
17,074.03; Other Clerical Staff, 44,952.14; Domestic Help, 90,550.22; Other 
Engineering Staff, 42,367.49; Artisans, 23,393.68; Farm and Garden, 12,519.84; 

Supervisors, Attendants, Nurses and Others, 722,761.41 1,057,641 15 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 40,483 33 

1,017,157 82 

Orillia: 

M. O. Barrie, 9,299.94; S. J. Bredin, 5,250.00; N. T. Chan, 5,129.94; A. Finlayson, 
5,426.60; F. C. Hamilton, 10,749.96; J. E. Jackson, 5,409.96; F. C. Jones, 6,109.92; 
F. C. Lankin, 6,599.94; T. J. Touzel, 5,249.94; H. D. Wilson, 6,960.00; A. J. 
Zarfas, 4,959.96; D. E. Zarfas, 4,959.96; J. A. Zarfas, 6,899.94; Other Medical 
Staff, 9,583.32; Other Clerical Staff, 74,740.61; Domestic Help, 186,625.78; 
Other Engineering Staff, 54,774.66; Artisans, 43,727.04; Farm and Garden, 
66,915.10; Teachers, 43,892.23; Supervisors, Attendants, Nurses and Others, 

1,190,707.96 1,753,972 76 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund. . . . 24,614 84 

1,729,357 92 

Penetanguishene : 

W. A. Cardwell, 9,999.96; E. J. Downey, 5,099.94; W. H. Gauld, 9,149.94; Other 
Medical Staff, 7,283.54; Other Clerical Staff, 25,713.53; Domestic Help, 35,377.94; 
Engineering Staff, 37,891.20; Artisans, 12,979.86; Farm and Garden, 20,334.66; 

Supervisors, Attendants, Nurses and Others, 357,708.61 521,539 18 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 2,250 00 

— 519,289 18 



Port Arthur: 

G. C. Ferrier, 9,149.94; J. R. Howitt, 9,849.96; W. D. Maguire, 4,849.92; M. 
Turski, 5,155.16; I. V. Wellman, 5,409.96; Other Medical Staff, 5,624.69; Clerical 
Staff, 41,254.15; Domestic Help, 115,454.14; Other Engineering Staff, 51,242.15; 
Artisans, 2,539.98; Farm and Garden, 8,289.90; Supervisors, Attendants, Nurses 

and Others, 499,829.25 758,649 20 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund. . . . 8,528 71 



750,120 49 






E 34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospitals — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

St. Thomas: 

A. I. Armstrong, 1,224.99; W. Babiak, 4,759.92; E. F. Baker, 7,219.92; A. G. 
Berry, 5,859.96; R. M. Burgess, 1,224.99; J. F. Cawthorpe, 8,149.98; G. A 
Chan, 4,759.92; C. A. Cleland, 10,748.96; H. J. Fahey, 6,599.94; R. A. Forrester, 
4,959.96; F. Halina, 4,759.92; A. E. Hilliker, 2,550.00; J. J. Kaufman, 6,859.92; 

C. E. Leach, 7,219.92; D. Lewkin, 4,759.92; K. M. McGregor, 9,299.94; J. Mc- 
Lachlan, 5,160.00; H. K. Patton, 6,899.94; K. W. Runnalls, 8,499.96; R. D. 
Whiteside, 4,934.94; Other Medical Staff, 48,818.69; Other Clerical Staff., 
90,747.18; Domestic Help, 187,531.37; Other Engineering Staff, 69,231.87; 
Artisans, 29,759.64; Farm and Garden, 29,239.62; Teachers, 2,672.50; Super- 
visors, Attendants, Nurses and Others, 1,114,283.20 1,688,737 07 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 71,740.44 

1,616,996 63 

Smiths Falls: 

E. C. Arnott, 5,174.94; L. I. Coleman, 4,507.96; W. J. Earle, 8,499.96; H. F. 
Frank, 10,749.96; D. Gibson, 4,749.96; J. J. Hewitt, 5,649.96; G. S. Morgan, 
5,349.96; W. Prytulak, 4,759.92; C. C. Schutt, 9,149.94; A. R. Summers, 5,250.00; 
Other Medical Staff, 22,934.63; Other Clerical Staff, 74,332.89; Domestic Help, 
252,779.65; Other Engineering Staff, 80,018.91; Artisans, 32,468.65; Farm and 
Garden, 30,214.62; Teachers, 21,890.93; Supervisors, Attendants, Nurses and 

Others, 1,136,046.78 1,714,529 62 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 18,632 95 

1,695,896 67 

Toronto: 

E. T. Alderdice, 5,249.94; R. F. Billings, 4,759.92; J. K. Clayton, 7,219.92; 
H. G. Cooper, 1,174.98; G. D. Cormack, 4,759.92; G. M. Fletcher, 5,559.96; 
S. J. Freeman, 4,934.94; J. Grodzinski, 8,409.96; J. N. Hagan, 10,091.64; D. O. 
Lynch, 1,833.32; J. MacKay, 5,966.66; D. J. McCulloch, 7,560.00; A. Miller, 
7,560.00; R. D. Prueter, 8,149.98; V. K. Ray, 5,824.98; L. E. Rhamey, 4,934.94; 
E. J. Rich, 6,389.27; M. S. Thompson, 6,859.92; P. G. Thomson, 625.00; M. D. 
Tuchtie, 5,059.92; C. E. Wright, 5,359.92; Other Medical Staff, 55,299.15; Other 
Clerical Staff, 83,036.82; Domestic Help, 155,904.47; Engineering Staff, 51,018.27; 
Artisans, 27,825.71; Farm and Garden, 6,109.98; Supervisors, Attendants, Nurses 

and Others, 813,766.46 1,311,245 95 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 97,764 02 

1,213,481 93 

Whitby: 

D. N. Anderson, 4,934.94; H. M. Baker, 5,491.64; E. Citry, 8,149.98; G. E. 
Davis, 7,219.92; D. R. Fletcher, 8,437.50; H. C. Galbraith, 5,394.94; G. 
Kaczanowski, 8,149.98; D. O. Lynch, 9,416.62; K. S. MacLean, 1,224.99; E. A. 
MacMillan, 5,649.96; E. C. McArthur, 5,409.96; S. G. Paterson, 5,250.00; R. 
Pos, 4,759.92; N. Raskin, 8,149.98; A. R. Richards, 9,149.94; S. N. Stobie, 
4,934.94; T. A. Sweet, 9,399.96; Other Medical Staff, 10,535.45; Other Clerical 
Staff, 58,760.60; Domestic Help, 87,317.09; Other Engineering Staff, 54,894.80; 
Artisans, 16,596.07; Farm and Garden, 40,624.66; Supervisors, Attendants, 
Nurses and Others, 991,520.44 1,371,374 28 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 58,308 75 

1,313,065 53 

Woodstock : 

A. G. Allen, 9,149.94; H. M. Baker, 1,008.32; H. F. Begemann, 5,010.00; R. K. 
Campbell, 5,350.76; D. H. Dow, 4,855.48; E. C. Evans, 8,249.94; F. E. Fournier, 
6,375.00; H. P. Granger, 9,249.96; A. E. Hilliker, 2,610.00; L. E. Kent, 8,949.96; 
A. Matukas, 6,859.92; H. A. Minielly, 7,484.97; S. Pacevicius, 6,960.00; A. L. 
Rice, 7,209.96; K. B. Rutherford, 4,291.64; R. G. Stephenson, 1,224.99; S. N. 
Stobie, 1,524.99; S. R. Walker, 4,774.92; J. J. Weber, 10,749.96; Other Medical 
Staff, 4,272.07; Other Clerical Staff, 68,141.67; Domestic Help, 118,960.28; 
Engineering Staff, 84,308.25; Artisans, 2,278.28; Farm and Garden, 50,299.37; 

Supervisors, Attendants, Nurses and Others, 993,376.51 1,433,527 14 

Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 29,888 87 

1,403,638 27 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E35 

Ontario Hospitals — Continued 

Salaries — Continued 

Toronto Psychiatric: 

A. Bonkalo, 8,149.98; J. G. Dewan, 9,999.96; A. Finlayson, 983.32; H. C. Hutchi- 
son, 5,001.89; M. V. Jackson, 8,689.95; A. L. Jones, 5,509.22; D. J. McCulloch, 
1,316.66; H. N. McLeod, 4,974.96; A. Miller, 1,375.00; W. R. Mitchell, 7,219.92; 
S. Neiger, 4,974.96; E. J. Rosen, 8,499.96; M. W. Sloane, 6,759.96; A. B. Stokes, 
6,859.96; P. G. Thomson, 8,102.74; Other Medical Staff, 43,815.04; Clerical 
Staff, 69,690.48; Domestic Help, 96,699.20; Engineering Staff, 4,103.46; Artisans, 
3,809.21; Supervisors, Attendants, Nurses and Others, 182,619.42.. . 489,155 25 
Less: Transferred to Federal Health Grants, Operating Fund.. . . 15,090 00 

474,065 25 

Maintenance ($8,393,526.07) 

Travelling Expenses 22,471 50 

Live Stock, etc 62,176 24 

Office Expenses 170,124 89 

Contingencies 209,056 45 

Laundry and Cleaning 301,035 08 

Farm Expenses 350,501 46 

Repairs to Buildings 371,975 30 

Furniture, Furnishings and Equipment 565,736 30 

Clothing 738,645 86 

Medicines and Medical Comforts 798,595 00 

Fuel, Light and Water 1,223,561 55 

Provisions 3,579,646 44 

8,371,054 57 



8.393,526 07 



Travelling Expenses: 

L. A. Campbell, 1,192.83; G. Hagerman, 1,062.42; G. M. Stangel, 1,170.76; 

Accounts under $800, 19,045.49 22,471 50 

Maintenance: 

Abbott Laboratories, Ltd., 7,701.11; Abell Waco, Ltd., 3,912.00; Acme Farmers 
Dairy, Ltd., 23,796.23; A. D. Adams & Son, 8,431.93; Admiral Sanitation, 
Ltd., 2,355.95; Allen & Hanburys Co., Ltd., 3,599.30; Almonte Flour Mills, 
Ltd., 21,022.20; American Can Company of Canada, Ltd., 9,985.19; Anderson 
Bros., Ltd., 5,286.83; S. Anglin Co., Ltd., 89,632.01; Anglo-Canadian Leather 
Co., Ltd., 3,526.26; Apco Sales, Ltd., 2,199.09; Arnone Coal Co., 12,088.75; 
Arva Flour Mills, 2,134.70; Ascot Clothes, Ltd., 14,212.65; Ash Temple, Ltd., 
2,859.76; Atlantic-Acadia Sugar Sales Co., Ltd., 3,834.11; Atlantic Sugar Re- 
fineries, Ltd., 24,025.76; Aurora Dairy, 5,252.51; Aurora Frosted Food Service; 
4,517.31; Ayerst, McKenna & Harrison, Ltd., 13,517.75; J. & A. Aziz, Ltd., 
2,190.84; Babcock-Wilcox & Goldie-McCulloch, Ltd., 4,484.19; Balfours, Ltd., 
8,703.28; R. M. Ballantyne Co., Ltd., 15,331.55; Ball's Store, 2,685.50; J. F. 
Barnard's Sons, Ltd., 2,646.00; Barrett Brothers, Ltd., 6,373.10; Barrie Creamery 
Co., 9,033.88; Bata Shoe Company of Canada, Ltd., 5,916.50; W. Thos. Bates, 
3,208.95; Sam Battalia & Sons, 12,936.05; Bauer & Black, 11,649.65; Beaton's 
Dairy Products, Ltd., 2,459.00; Beaumont Knitting Mills, Ltd., 3,026.00; Beaver 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 3,411.39; Beaver Specialty, Ltd., 59,861.21; Beers' Dairy, 
Ltd., 2,323.66; W. J. Bell Paper Co., Ltd., 2,039.36; Bennett & Wright, Ltd., 
2,536.76; Betz Laboratories, Ltd., 6,265.15; G. S. Blakeslee & Co., Ltd., 3,268.10; 
Blatchford Feeds, Ltd., 4,508.25; Boeckh Co., Ltd., 2,112.19; W. E. Booth 
Co., Ltd., 4,652.73; Booth Fisheries Canadian Co., Ltd., 2,618.53; Borden Co., 
Ltd., 36,232.56; Bowes Co., Ltd., 5,109.67; A. Bradshaw & Son, Ltd., 51,543.97; 
Brampton Knitting Mills, 15,725.50; Brandon Packers, Ltd., 15,337.42; Brant- 
ford Produce Co., Ltd., 5,142.90; J. Brigham, 7,633.47; British American Oil 
Co., Ltd., 6,186.13; British & Colonial Trading Co., Ltd., 3,952.77; British Drug 
Houses (Canada) Ltd., 2,796.27; Brockville Co-operative Association, 5,299.05; 
A. Brown, 28,879.55; Browns Bread, Ltd., 5,869.21; Brunswick-Balke-Collender 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 3,353.63; Builders' Supplies, Ltd., 2,743.05; Burke 
Electric & X-Ray Co., Ltd., 2,742.91; Burns & Co., Ltd., 10,158.03; Burns & 
Co. (Eastern), Ltd., 12,824.54; R. Burns & Co., 5,392.72; Burroughs Wellcome 
& Co. (Canada), Ltd., 4,332.83; Burtch Industrial Farm, Industries, 81,227.40; 
Butler & Baird Lumber, Ltd., 2,786.16; Caldwell Sausage Co., Ltd., 4,647.52; 
Caledonia Milling Co., Ltd., 5,037.80; Canada Bread Co., Ltd., 9,564.00; Canada 



E36 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospitals — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

Coal, Ltd., 116,536.75; Canada & Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd., 58,287.84; Canada 
Glove Co., 2,695.75; Canada Packers, Ltd., 190,177.33; Canada Paint Co., 
Ltd., 2,191.56; Canada Starch Co., Ltd., 12,311.29; Canada Varnish, Ltd., 
3,610.02; Canada Vinegars, Ltd., 4,895.13; Canadian Canners, Ltd., 5,297.57; 
Canadian Cottons, Ltd., 2,814.51; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 6,930.15; 
Canadian General-Tower, Ltd., 4,842.33; Canadian Hoffman Machinery Co., 
Ltd., 9,313.63; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 10,525.01; Canadian Laundry Machin- 
ery Co., Ltd., 2,536.08; Canadian Liquid Air Co., Ltd., 2,288.32; Canadian 
National Institute for the Blind, 11,270.98; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 
6,492.34; Canadian Pittsburgh Industries, Ltd., 3,081.64; Canadian Spool 
Cotton Co., 7,337.06; Canadian Westinghouse Supply Co., Ltd., 14,361.32; 
Cassidy's, Ltd., 10,207.04; Certified Paints, Ltd., 3,192.54; S. J. Cherry & Sons, 
21,471.75; Cherry-Burrell Corporation of Canada, Ltd., 2,189.34; Children's 
Aid Society of Simcoe County, 2,039.13; Ciba Co., Ltd., 7,783.88; Circle-Bar 
Knitting Co., Ltd., 9,932.26; Clarke & Clarke, 4,115.89; J. W. Clarke Motors, 
Ltd., 2,130.36; Clarke's Produce, Ltd., 2,734.25; Clipper Coach Lines, 5,700.00; 
Cobourg City Dairy Co., Ltd., 5,615.40; F. E. Cochrane, 2,028.20; Cochrane- 
Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 7,855.39; Code Felt and Knitting Co., Ltd., 2,882.20; 
Coleman Packing Co., Ltd., 19,160.76; Colgate-Palmolive, Ltd., 8,719.29; 
Collingwood Milling Co., 7,240.91; Colson (Canada), Ltd., 2,916.91; Connaught 
Medical Research Laboratories, 21,879.10; Contractors Machinery & Equip- 
ment, Ltd., 2,987.63; Chas. Cooper, Ltd., 2,696.89; Corbin Lock Company of 
Canada, Ltd., 2,037.42; Cousins Dairy Co., Ltd., 5,862.93; Cow & Gate (Canada), 
Ltd., 4,008.47; Crane, Ltd., 11,124.11; Creamery Package Mfg. Company of 
Canada, Ltd., 4,369.10; Crocker Dairy, 11,631.04; Cruickshank-Guild, Ltd., 
25,195.68; Charles C. Cummings & Co., 2,248.67; Curtis Products, Ltd., 2,340.75; 
Dalex Co., Ltd., 3,387.59; John E. Dalton, 7,255.68; Dalton Fuels, Ltd., 18,823.43; 
Darnell Corporation of Canada, Ltd., 2,101.04; W. R. Dean, 2,795.12; Delany 
& Pettit, Ltd., 14,408.03; Delta Chemicals, Ltd., 2,246.75; Diamond Cleanser 
and Soaps, 5,801.67; Diversey Corporation (Canada), Ltd., 8,117.94; Dixie 
& Egan, 7,537.00; Robert Dixon Co., Ltd., 87,051.37; Dominion Dairies, Ltd., 
2,586.87; Dominion Dental Co., Ltd., 3,560.95; Harry Donald, Ltd., 2,310.00; 
H. D. Dulmage & Son, 2,525.95; Duncan's Poultry Farm, 6,030.60; Dunham- 
Bush (Canada), Ltd., 2,129.92; Du Pont Company of Canada, Ltd., 25,692.42; 
Dustbane Products, Ltd., 3,458.25; Dye & Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 
3,854.62; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 4,506.33; E. B. Eddy Co., 11,104.68; Eddy Match 
Co., Ltd., 4,608.78; Thomas A. Edison of Canada, Ltd., 9,153.30; L. Eisman, 
55,113.53; Elgin Co-operative Services, 10,121.45; Elliott Brothers Garage, 
Ltd., 2,088.26; Elmvale Creamery Co., Ltd., 3,214.66; Emco, Ltd., 12,921.57; 
Empire Chemical Co.. 3,115.75; Essex Packers, Ltd., 6,519.12; Everist Bros., 
Ltd., 18,356.70; Exclusive Fish Market, 2,002.97; Fairbanks Soap Co., Ltd., 
4,046.82; Falls Lumber Supplies, 2,398.96; Finlay Fish, Ltd., 7,865.87; First 
Co-operative Packers of Ontario, Ltd., 19,219.33; Fisher & Burpe, Ltd., 7,626.83; 
Fisher's Dairy, 5,654.82; Fitzsimmons Fruit Co., Ltd., 9,330.01; Fleet Industrial 
Supply, Ltd., 4,205.97; Foodcraft Laboratories, Ltd., 2,407.68; Fort William 
Bread Co., 6,437.20; W. C. Frank, 4,816.57; J. Freedman & Son, Ltd., 5,590.30; 
Frigidaire Products of Canada, Ltd., 2,285.68; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 
2,683.35; Charles E. Frosst & Co., 4,254.33; Fuller Brush Co., Ltd., 3,789.76; 
Gamble-Robinson, Ltd., 23,857.48; Genalco, Ltd., 2,340.00; General Bakeries, 
Ltd., 9,954.44; General Electric X-Ray Corporation, Ltd., 4,707.13; General 
Films, Ltd., 2,958.15; General Plastics, Ltd., 14,866.95; General Steel Wares, 
Ltd., 4,573.45; Gibbons Quickset Desserts, 4,228.48; Thomas Gibson & Co., Ltd., 
52,764.34; Gilbert & Co., 3,232.17; Ken Gillespie, 2,735.00; Gillette Safety Razor 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 3,908.58; Gillies-Guy, Ltd., 2,980.67; Globe Mills, 
Ltd., 41,858.50; Wm. Gluckin & Co., Ltd., 2,472.53; H. H. Goode & Son, Ltd., 
7,178.73; Gordon Mackay & Co., Ltd., 22,235.48; Graham Food Products, 
Ltd., 36,299.40; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 2,171.07; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 
2,940.85; Griffith Laboratories, Ltd., 2,498.86; Grinnell Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 5,012.73; Gryphon Laboratories, Ltd., 8,062.50; S. Gumpert Company 
of Canada, Ltd., 40,796.01; Hall Manufacturing Co., 25,792.37; Halliday Fuels, 
Ltd., 4,066.41 ; Hamburg Felt Boot Co., Ltd., 2,173.35; Corporation of the City of 
Hamilton, 12,822.14; Hamilton Hydro-Electric System, 9,491.85; Hammersley's, 
9,681.06; M. A. Hanna Co., 9,449.07; Haramac Construction Co., Ltd., 2,022.65; 
G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 18,038.71; C. L. Harris, 4,109.21; Harris Coal Co., 
Ltd., 6,843.25; Harrison Fuels, Ltd., 18,756.15; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., 30,019.66; 
Heard's Meat Market, 2,580.24; Geo. H. Hees Co., Ltd., 5,842.15; Heintzman 
& Co., Ltd., 2,890.41; E. W. Hickeson & Co., Ltd., 85,007.81; Hicks Lumber 
& Supplies. 2,372.69; Highland Dairy, Ltd., 6,277.38; Highland Fuels, Ltd., 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 37 

Ontario Hospitals — Continued 
Maintenance — Continued 

76,529.41; Department of Highways, 4,513.87; E. W. Hillier, 5,986.50; Thomas 

E. Hiscott, Ltd., 8,789.15; George Hodgins, 6,605.03; Hoffmann-La Roche, 
Ltd., 2,151.63; Holland Chemicals, Ltd., 2,203.74; Harry Home Foods, Ltd., 
2,249.50; Hotel & Hospital Supply Co., Ltd., 7,074.06; Humberstone Shoe Co., 
Ltd., 3,466.94; H. S. Hunnisett, Ltd., 2,673.73; Hurl's Dairy, 24,594.12; Huronia 
Coal Co., 3,194.76; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 79,704.73; 
Ilderton-Middlesex Farmers' Co-operative, 4,839.32; Imperialle Fuels, Ltd., 
130,095.24; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 7,007.59; Imperial Optical Co., Ltd., 2,136.71; 
Imperial System of Baking, 10,178.34; Industrial Farm, Burwash, Industries, 
73,292.63; Industrial Farm, Fort William, 4,047.67; Industrial Supply House, 
4,545.94; Industrial Textiles, Ltd., 2,349.86; Ingersoll Cheese Co., Ltd., 2,207.43; 
Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 15,036.25; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., 20,060.75; 
Irwin Specialties, Ltd., 3,532.78; Jackson's Bakeries, Ltd., 9,146.76; F. T. James 
Fish Co., Ltd., 15,921.83; Johnson & Johnson, Ltd., 21,157.01; Kennedy & 
MacDonald, Ltd., 9,265.35; Kingston Ice & Fuel Co., Ltd., 3,430.35; Wm. 
Knechtel & Son, Ltd., 31,682.15; Fred A. Lallelmand & Co., Ltd., 2,576.13; 
Alfred B. Lambe & Son, 34,729.32; Lapointe Fish, Ltd., 2,194.30; Fred Leeming 
& Son, 4,332.86; Colin Leitch, 10,436.45; S. Lennard & Sons, Ltd., 10,764.04; 
Lever Brothers, Ltd., 8,000.01; Lewis Bros. Hardware, Ltd., 2,205.11; Libby, 
McNeill & Libby of Canada, Ltd., 6,348.02; Lido Fashions, 2,228.39; Lily Mills 
Co., 2,363.75; Lindley Radio Service, 2,333.20; T. L. Livingston & Sons, Ltd., 
4,413.37; City of London, 6,670.86; London Frozen Foods, Ltd., 3,641.71; Lye 
Organ Co., 2,100.00; Stanley J. Lyle, 2,772.86; J. Lyons & Company (Canada), 
Ltd., 25,684.45; MacDonald Tobacco, Inc., 63,335.87; MacGregor Paper & Bag 
Co., Inc., 2,917.45; Maedel's, 19,758.59; Malcolm Condensing Co., Ltd., 2,537.50; 

F. Manley & Sons, Ltd., 2,002.01; Maple Dairy Co., Ltd., 8,470.95; Maple 
Leaf Plastics, Ltd., 10,810.90; Maple Leaf-Purity Mills, Ltd., 97,893.36; Mark- 
dale Creamery & Produce Co., 6,738.41; John Marshall, 3,700.00; Marshalls 
Co., Ltd., 104,381.82; Masco Electric Co., Ltd., 3,037.41; Massey-Harris- 
Ferguson, Ltd., 2,537.00; McCarthy Milling Co., Ltd., 7,797.42; McCormick's, 
Ltd., 10,972.75; McGlashan Silverware, Ltd., 4,646.71; McGregor Hosiery Mills, 
Ltd., 5,267.13; McGuire Industries, Ltd., 14,230.94; D. Mclntyre & Co., Ltd., 
10,566.96; McKague Chemical Co., Ltd., 19,455.35; McLauchlan Apiaries, 
6,186.60; McLean's Food Products, Ltd., 3,930.27; McMahon & Elm Motors, 
2,162.90; McNultys, Ltd., 7,221.23; Medway Creamery, 17,901.70; Mel-O-Ripe 
Banana Co., 2,275.00; Mercer Reformatory, 3,449.79; Mercer Reformatory, 
Industries, 225,106.53; Merck, Sharp & Dohme, 7,643.80; Wm. S. Merrell 
Co., 2,872.93; Metal Fabricators, Ltd., 4,516.90; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures 
of Canada, Ltd., 2,718.00; Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 3,626.89; 
Middlesex Creameries, Ltd., 24,588.80; Midland Flour & Feed Co., Ltd., 2,282.93; 
Millard & Lumb, Ltd., 2,460.03; Milton Milling Co., 2,735.55; Moffats, Ltd., 
3,354.89; G. A. Morrison & Son Coal Co., 103,742.11; James Murphy Coal Co., 
8,877.35; Murphy's Sea Food, 8,862.50; National Cellulose of Canada, Ltd., 
4,504.00; National Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., 21,657.19; 
National Grocers Co., Ltd., 45,522.83; National Refining Co., Ltd., 2,490.49; Na- 
tional Textiles, Ltd., 2,711.86; National Woodenware Co., Ltd., 3,965.70; H. C. 
Nelson Chemicals, Ltd., 7,309.46; New Toronto Ice Cream Co., 3,760.93; S. H. 
Newman Co., Ltd., 2,219.45; North American Cyanamid, Ltd., 16,075.36; North- 
ern Electric Co., Ltd., 2,734.04; Northern Paint & Varnish Co., Ltd., 9,620.05; 
Ocean Chemicals (Canada), Ltd., 4,669.21; Office Specialty Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 2,339.52; Ogilvie Five Roses Sales, Ltd., 16,992.98; Ohio Chemical 
Canada, Ltd., 2,173.85; Ontario Honey Producers' Co-operative, Ltd., 4,780.83; 
Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, 23,234.72; Ontario Reformatory, Guelph, In- 
dustries, 932,897.07; Ontario Reformatory, Mimico, 2,151.48; Orillia Creamery 
Co., Ltd., 12,376.65; Orillia Farmers Co-operative Association, 11,378.79; Town 
of Orillia, 4,739.78; O. R. Orser, 5,878.90; Oshawa Bakery, 26,782.37; Ottawa 
Fruit Supply, Ltd., 6,046.89; Oxford Dairy (Woodstock), Ltd., 8,461.74; Oxford 
Farmers' Co-operative Produce Co., Ltd., 13,834.51; Palm Dairies, Ltd., 5,840.00 
John D. Park, 3,355.00; Parke, Davis & Co., Ltd., 33,878.93; Parke Laboratories 
2,283.82; Parsons Fish Market, 6,287.39; C. Parsons & Son, Ltd., 2,684.78 
Patons & Baldwins, Ltd., 8,412.85; Penmans, Ltd., 11,290.15; Perfect Pant 
Manufacturing Co., 36,913.80; W. P. Peters Seed Co., 6,962.52; Picker X-Ray 
Engineering, Ltd., 2,357.21; B. Piersanti & Sons, 6,630.00; Pillsbury Canada 
Ltd., 10,139.20; Pioneer Feeds, Ltd., 11,182.00; Playtex, Ltd., 2,546.53; Poulenc 
Ltd., 205,213.75; Powers Regulator Company of Canada, Ltd., 2,979.67; R. C 
Pratt & Co., Ltd., 2,670.45; Presswood Bros., Ltd., 18,586.30; Price Yards 
Ltd., 5,665.88; Price's Dairy, 28,289.21; Private Brand Packagers, Ltd., 2,964.75 
Public Utilities Commission — Brockville, 9,612.64; Cobourg, 5,172.24; Kingston, 



E38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario Hospitals — Continued 

Maintenance — Continued 

9,227.79; London, 18,091.24; New Toronto, 8,044.01; Orillia, 25,189.76; Penetan- 
guishene, 12,026.60; Port Arthur, 11,382.65; St. Thomas, 16,876.85; Whitby, 
23,671.88; Woodstock, 6,266.45; Department of Public Works, 3,009.97; Quaker 
Oats Company of Canada, Ltd., 9,249.41; J. Quattrocchi & Co., Ltd., 7,328.55; 
Queen's Printer, 59,810.79; Ratcliff Paper Co., Ltd., 17,293.09; Geo. Rathbone 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 2,105.51 ; Ray-Knit Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 6,019.01 ; Reckitt 
& Colman (Canada), Ltd., 4,896.62; W. E. Reid, 4,144.50; Reliance Shoe Co., 
Ltd., 15,813.00; Remington Rand, Ltd., 10,579.96; W. Revington, 11,675.75; 
Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., 6,550.45; W. B. Reynolds Coal Co., Ltd., 72,405.39; 
James Richardson & Sons, Ltd., 3,659.00; Richmond Hosiery, Ltd., 3,753.40; 
Rideau Industrial Farm, 16,102.48; Rideau Industrial Farm, Industries, 49,696.93; 
Rideau Lakes Coach Line, 3,900.00; Geo. Robertson & Son, Ltd., 5,555.45; James 
Robertson Co., Ltd., 4,104.93; Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Canada), Ltd., 
26,278.08; Royal Metal Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 11,807.62; Salada Tea Com- 
pany of Canada, Ltd., 17,262.76; Sanitary Products Co., Ltd., 2,048.47; 
Scanlon Bakery, Ltd., 3.730.29; Score Sporting Goods Mfg. Co., Ltd., 5,941.70; 
Lindsay Scott & Co., Ltd., 6,122.12; Shaw's Ice Cream, 2,802.80; Shell Oil 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 5,461.55; Shirriff-Horsey Corporation, Ltd., 5,139.03; 
Sifto Salt, Ltd., 6,365.59; Silverstein's, 2,762.10; Silverwood Dairies, Ltd., 
61,377.33; Simcoe District Co-operative Services, 16,851.75; Simmons, Ltd., 
5,455.32; L. Simon Co., Ltd., 2,855.00; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., 7,809.79; 
Singer Sewing Machine Co., 2,807.77; Sleight Bros., 10,438.37; Smith Kline & 
French Inter-American Corporation, 2,520.21; Smith & Nephew, Ltd., 3,691.64; 
John B. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 2,261.01; Smiths Falls Dairy Co., Ltd., 26,298.68; 
Smiths Falls Water Commission, 16,389.92; M. Spiegel & Sons Co., Ltd., 3,391.55; 
E. R. Squibb & Sons of Canada, Ltd., 2,150.78; St. Lawrence Fish Market, 
4,672.09; St. Lawrence Starch Co., Ltd., 10,799.87; City of St. Thomas, 7,991.21; 
St. Thomas City Dairy, Ltd., 19,829.58; Stafford Foods, Ltd., 7,332.76; Standard 
Brands, Ltd., 103,462.99; Charles A. Starr Co., 9,162.42; Stephens-Adamson 
Mfg. Co. of Canada, Ltd., 4,608.63; Stevens Companies, 13,923.68; Stevenson 
Fruit Co., 5,719.20; Strathroy Flour Mills, Ltd., 6,364.00; Sunbeam Bread, 
3,081.48; T. F. Sunderland, 6,457.10; Sundry Persons, boarded-out patients, 
431,957.04; Sundry Persons, removal expense of officials, etc., 2,460.26; Supertest 
Petroleum Corporation, Ltd., 12,355.58; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 2,852.09; 
Switzer Planing Mills, Ltd., 3,674.09; Tavistock Milling Co., Ltd., 2,010.25; 
Texpack, Ltd., 9,171.58; Textile Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 2,608.54; Textile 
Products Co., Ltd., 7,471.47; Thunder Bay Co-op Dairy, Ltd., 15,401.47; Thwaites 
College Grocery, 4,993.16; Tip-Top Canners, Ltd., 24,425.60; Tip Top Tailors, 
Ltd., 4,491.30; Topnotch Feeds, Ltd., 6,800.30; City of Toronto, 13,984.80; 
Toronto Elevators, Ltd., 2,721.16; Toronto Footwear Co., Ltd., 24,318.53; 
Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 18,923.65; Toronto Lock Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
3,212.42; Toronto Refrigeration Fixture Co., Ltd., 2,196.85; R. H. Toye & Co., 
6,818.50; Trent Valley Creamery, Ltd., 4,771.12; P. J. Trousdale, 14,097.46; 
Geo. S. Trudell Co., 13,703.87; Twin Cities Bread Co., 5,362.66; Tye's Dairy, 
9,739.00; United Co-operatives of Ontario, 8,343.85; United Counties Farm 
Feed, Co., 16,129.00; United Shoe Machinery Company of Canada, Ltd., 2,258.73; 
University of Toronto, 2,966.06; Valley Camp Coal Company of Canada, Ltd., 
8,828.81; Valley Coach Lines, 3,000.00; Vogue Uniform Co., 4,626.48; Wagstaffe, 
Ltd., 3,788.11; Wakefield's Dairy, 8,760.00; A. A. Walker, 2,082.50; Wallace 
Laboratories, 2,978.04; Walsh Coal Co., Ltd., 18,470.78; N. J. Ward, 5,291.80; 
W. J. Ward & Sons, 2,172.90; Warner-Lambert Canada, Ltd., 13,800.24; F. P. 
Weaver Coal Co., Ltd., 83,318.39; West Gate Packers, Ltd., 5,198.04; West 
Disinfecting Co., Ltd., 5,473.81; Western Grocers, Ltd., 11,838.31; Geo. Weston 
Ltd., 2,359.10; W. P. Whaley Co., 3,656.40; Town of Whitby, 3,601.77; White 
Hardware, Ltd., 2,943.76; Whyte Packing Co., Ltd., 6,403.66; Harold A. Wilson 
Company of Toronto, Ltd., 2,586.37; Winthrop Laboratories of Canada, Ltd., 
3,162.55; Wonder Bakeries, Ltd., 11,887.48; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 3,120.14; 
Woodstock Feed Co., Ltd., 5,276.45; Wrought Iron Range Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 2,276.33; Wyant & Co., Ltd., 2,014.49; John Wyeth & Brother (Canada), 
Ltd., 35,311.65; York Farms, Ltd., 8,994.24; York Trading Ltd., 2,417.23; 

Express, etc., 38,332.64; newspapers and periodicals, 12,217.05; postage, 

24,202.77; religious services, 13,544.80; telephone, 62,304.93; accounts trans- 
ferred from the Department of Public Works, 5,323.37; accounts under $2,000, 
638,408.20 8,371,054:57 

Ontario Hospitals $25,661,696 36 

Mental Health Branch $26,343,446 16 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH E 39 

STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary ($10,000.00) 

Hon. Mackinnon Phillips 10,000 00 

Banting and Best Research Fund ($10,000.00) 

13-14 Geo. V, Chap. 56 
University of Toronto 10,000 00 

University of Toronto School of Nursing ($20,000.00) 

9 Geo. VI, Chap. 12 
University of Toronto School of Nursing 20,000 00 

Statutory $40,000 00 

Total Expenditure, Department of Health $62,500,397.61 



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King's Highways and Development Roads, Etc 8 

Highway Construction Account — Amount Appropriated 51 

Municipal Subsidies 51 

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F6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 

Hon. J. N. Allan, Minister (Statutory, see page F 58) 
MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($1,846,194.24) 

Permanent and Temporary Staff ($1,087,018.03) 

Office of the Minister 8,599 86 

Office of the Deputy Minister 80,983 46 

Services Branch 133,934 52 

Personnel Branch 57,712 02 

Financial Comptroller's Branch 325,039 17 

Chief Engineer's and Operations Branch 269,552 72 

Municipal Roads Branch 211,196 28 



1,087,018 03 



W. J. Fulton Deputy Minister 3,118 26 

M. A. Elson Deputy Minister and Consultant 15,060 00 

V. C. Abrey, 6,024.96; H. M. Adamson, 6,099.96; H. W. Adcock, 8,410.99; 

J. C. Arber, 5,409.97; R. J. Beaudro, 6,049.98; L. A. Boucher, 6,099.97; P. W. 

Breithaupt, 5,174.94; F. C. Brown, 5,499.97; T. S. Caldwell, 6,649.98; R. J. 

Callighan, 6,399.96; E. A. Cash, 8,049.96; G. M. Clark, 8,649.96; R. E. Clarke, 

7,899.96; W. A. Clarke, 13,059.97; J. H. Cook, 5,274.96; N. M. Cooke, 7,399.98; 

W. Coomber, 5,059.94; M. F. Cross, 4,699.98; E. G. Crowhurst, 5,649.96; A. R. 

Dick, 8,059.92; F. H. Draves, 4,759.92; T. W. Elliott, 4,599.96; L. O. Fiander, 

5,174.94; F. W. Flegg, 6,159.96; A. F. Flintoff, 7,849.92; C. Fraser, 8,599.98; 

G. E. French, 5,749.98; F. W. Fromm, 5,475.00; G. A. Garratt, 7,274.98; F. J. 

Girvan, 4,649.94; D. A. Gorrie, 6,649.98; M. S. Hamilton, 5,099.94; W. M. 

Hardy, 4,860.00; D. V. Harris, 4,923.90; P. M. Higgins, 8,559.96; R. C. Hobson, 

5,049.96; D. R. Hood, 5,925.00; C. Hoover, 5,925.00; W. T. Hopper, 5,824.98; 

W. K. Hounsell, 5,216.63; J. P. Howard, 7,899.96; R. F. Howsam, 5,470.66; 

W. B. Hutcheson, 6,283.54; H. Irwin, 7,899.96; V. H. Longstaffe, 7,899.96; 

J. V. Ludgate, 8,599.98; J. M. Maclnnes, 5,446.62; F. R. Marshall, 5,799.96; 

E. F. Marston, 6,899.94; F. J. Martin, 5,099.94; M. N. McEwen, 8,550.00; 

J. G. McMillen, 9,309.96; T. A. McNeill, 6,960.00; E. A. Mitchell, 5,099.94; 

T. C. Muir, 7,749.96; N. E. Neilans, 5,749.98; J. E. Palmer, 6,699.96; R. A. 

Panter, 8,349.96; N. H. Pettifor, 4,749.96; D. Pinel, 4,534.79; J. Pogue, 6,759.97; 

J. C Pratt, 6,459.96; A. H. Rabb, 6,149.94; C. A. Robbins, 10,809.97; B. E. 

Schwarze, 4,759.92; A. Sedgwick, 9,159.96; W. M. Shiells, 6,399.96; H. A. 

Smail, 6,649.98; Erie S. Smith, 6,649.98; James Smith, 5,925.00; G. R. Stedman, 

5,310.00; T. C. Swartman, 6,399.96; C. F. Szammers, 7,609.92; H. C. Tacka- 

berry, 9,349.98; L. B. Teetzel, 7,899.96; J. G. Tillcock, 6,399.96; H. A. Tregaskes, 

8,950.00; A. F. Vincent, 4,860.00; G. A. Wells, 7,560.00; C. R. VVilmot, 5,799.96; 

H. Wilson, 5,067.25; Other salaries, 534,897.91 1,087,018 03 

Casual Staff ($759,176.21) 

Office of the Minister 3,096 47 

Office of the Deputy Minister 45,516 99 

Services Branch 134,033 82 

Personnel Branch 95,382 14 

Financial Comptroller's Branch 280,032 71 

Chief Engineer's and Operations Branch 126,962 23 

Municipal Roads Branch 74,151 85 



759.176 21 



F A Axon, 5,307.89; W. L. Cook, 4,453.48; J. C. Flook, 4,834.98; T. L. Hamlin, 
' 4 809.96; A. Jurss, 4,909.98; A. Rublis, 4,709.94; J. Slizys, 5,434.99; W. H. Venn, 

5*034 96; C H. Wyman, 4,658.38; P. Yarosevych, 4,814.96; Other salaries, 

710,206.69 759,176 21 

Travelling Expenses ($121,901.11) 

Hon T N. Allan, 1,190.00; H. W. Adcock, 2,538.96; N. Bulmanis, 833.40; J. E. 
Callard, 1,252.38; E. A. Cash, 3,269.38; J. A. Cheeseman, 3,341.19; M. G. Child, 



. 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F7 

Main Office — Continued 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

2,345.18; E. Christiansen, 2,584.09; J. W. Claridge, 1,280.96; J. Clark, 1,140.55; 
R. E. Clarke, 1,640.42; G. B. Crawford, 2,443.51; E. G. Crowhurst, 1,010.51; 
W. A. Curtis, 1,342.92; G. Davidson, 3,337.62; R. Didemus, 934.44; J. B. Douglas, 
1,636.80; B. Dure, 2,117.24; D. Dyer, 1,777.58; L. R. Eadie, 888.19; M. A. 
Elson, 1,025.16; A. W. Ferguson, 2,082.01; A. F. Flintoff, 950.25; F. D. Flood, 
1,076.03; F. Fox, 1,677.19; G. Garrison, 2,139.84; E. V. Godwin, 1,712.97; J. C. 
Gonzalez, 1,313.05; W. R. Griffiths, 1,540.64; R. T. Grills, 1,596.81; H. Harrison, 
1,584.07; W. C. Hartman, 2,695.20; R. C. Hobson, 2,144.68; D. R. Hood, 1,080.00; 
D. M. Hopper, 1,232.54; W. K. Hounsell, 1,944.73; G. M. Jordan, 994.92; F. L. 
Lewis, 1,366.41; M. C. MacBean, 1,813.85; D. MacFadyen, 928.25; G. V. Mc- 
Clelland, 3,815.94; M. N. McEwen, 2,660.14; T. A. McGuire, 1,104.85; A. 
McKay, 3,220.92; A. D. McKendrick, 1,766.71; J. D. McKinley, 1,820.36; 
W. J. McKnight, 2,365.35; T. A. McNeill, 1,017.22; E. R. McQuarrie, 805.38; 
R. J. Miller, 1,431.99; J. O. Mitchell, 1,338.66; H. H. Moore, 1,804.83; T. B. 
Nichols, 819.85; R. A. Panter, 5,640.87; N. H. Pettifor, 1,047.90; C. E. Prouty, 
1,920.13; M. E. Readman, 1,796.58; W. Rigby, 1,751.01; C. A. Robbins, 824.86; 
B. E. Schwarze, 808.90; G. R. Simpson, 1,829.16; E. G. Smith, 2,559.79; H. 
Spence, 1,109.31; G. R. Stedman, 2,539.26; C. P. Stephens, 1,152.20; M. F. 
Sullivan, 1,539.64; O. W. Tosh, 813.15; H. A. Tregaskes, 941.12; N. Turner, 
987.09; W. K. Webb, 1,510.81; G. A. Wells, 826.71; A. W. Wylie, 1,560.22; 

B. S. Young, 1,314.40; Accounts under $800, 40,178.50; Less: Expenses 

transferred to other sections, 42,526.62 121,901 11 



Maintenance ($125,830.21) 

Daily Commercial News & Building Record, 8,596.44; Globe & Mail Ltd., 19,314.04; 
International Business Machines Co., Ltd., 20,328.45; Department of Lands 
and Forests, Ontario, 4,949.97; Mason, Foulds, Arnup, Walter & Weir, 2,517.40; 
Office Overload Co., Ltd., 7,652.91; Ontario Agricultural College, 2,400.00; 
Telegram Publishing Co., Ltd., 3,852.24; Toronto Star, Ltd., 5,053.53; Toronto 

Transit Commission, 6,083.97; Telegrams, 4,912.03; telephone, 18,641.05; 

accounts under $2,000, 35,077.07; Less: Supplies transferred to other sections, 

13,548.89 125,830 21 



Grants ($1,800.00) 

Ontario Good Roads Association 300 00 

Canadian Good Roads Association 1,500 00 



Roads Publicity ($138,100.06) 

avis-Lisson Ltd., 3,779.32; C. M. Freeman, 3,492.50; N. A. MacEachern & Co., 
Ltd., 3,564.80; Oki & Willadsen Ltd., 2,159.98; Queen's Printer, 110,641.23; 

Accounts under $2,000, 14,482.05 ; Less: Supplies transferred to other sections, 

19.82 138,100 06 



Cost of Living Bonus ($48,639.32) 

Sundry Employees 48,639 32 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($178,604.86) 

Receiver General of Canada, 357,209.72; Less refund of Employees' contribution, 

178,604.86 178,604 86 



Old Fort Henry ($174,100.91) 

Salaries, Permanent and Temporary Staff: 

R. L. W 7 ay, 6,499.98; Other salaries, 6,929.88 13,429 86 

Services : 

Office and canteen help, guard, guides, etc 173,884 80 



F 8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Continued 

Old Fort Henry — Continued 

Supplies, Maintenance, Travelling Expenses, etc.: 

W. B. Dalton & Sons Ltd., 2,861.39; Frontenac Coa:h Lines Ltd., 3,594.00; 
Kingston Public Utilities Commission, 2,014.22; Souvenirs Inc., 3,079.66; Superior 

Propane Ltd., 2,980.22; University Tours Ltd., 25,540.04; Accounts under 

$2,000, 54,866.21 ; Accounts transferred from other sections, 3,288.20. 98,223 94 



Total 285,538 60 

Less: Revenue from admissions, souvenirs, canteen, etc. . . . 111,437 69 



Main Office $2,635,170 71 

King's Highways and Development Roads, etc. 

Maintenance and Construction 

Ordinary Capital Total 

King's Highways and Development Roads $35,420,655.98 $44,648,016.51 $80,068,672.49 

Repaving Present Roads 4,645,232.99 4,645,232.99 

Development Roads (The Highway Im- 
provement Act, Section 54) 219,490.20 4,512,843.48 4,732,333.68 

Koads in Unincorporated Townships in 

Northern Ontario 489,212.67 292,434.74 781,647.41 

$40,774,591.84 $49,453,294.73 $90,227,886.57 



Summary of Expenditure 
King's Highways and Development Roads: 

District No. 1, Chatham 6,814,818 62 

2, London 11,387,799 59 

3, Stratford 3,903,512 58 

4, Hamilton 12,700,385 84 

5, Owen Sound 2,797,732 37 

6, Toronto 18,456,887 96 

7, Port Hope 5,359,908 97 

8, Kingston 7,437,334 16 

9, Ottawa 8,525,146 11 

10, Bancroft 1,948,594 28 

11, Huntsville 5,164,274 79 

13, North Bay 2,412,019 77 

14, New Liskeard 3,148,045 20 

15, (Special Project 56-1) White River 2,461,106 99 

16, Cochrane 4,151,307 54 

17, Sudbury 3,450,860 19 

18, Sault Ste. Marie 3,581,424 13 

19, Fort William 7,826,596 00 

20, Kenora 4,966,507 95 

Planning and Design Branch 3,493,717 33 

Equipment Section 3,265,452 86 

Property Section . 14,644,458 24 

Land Surveys Section 3,834,372 84 

Materials and Research Section 856,675 37 

General 3,106,114 98 

Special Works 1,734,981 86 



147,430,036 52 
Less Refunds, etc.: 

Government of Canada, re Trans-Canada 

Highway 4,855,053 08 

Government of Canada, re Bridges 329,488 61 

Department of Mines 870,172 60 

Department of Public Works 102,296 66 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 1,720,066 68 
Miscellaneous Sales, Services and Accounts 

transferred to various Departments 1,356,986 22 

9,234,063 85 



138,195,972 67 
Less Charged to Highway Construction Account 58,127,300 18 



174,100 91 



80,068,672 49 






1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F_9 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Summary of Expenditure — Continued 

Repaying Present Roads: 

District No. 2, London 648,715 31 

3, Stratford 216,542 11 

4, Hamilton 299,443 69 

5, Owen Sound 584,291 21 

6, Toronto 569,833 14 

7, Port Hope 277,231 73 

8, Kingston 76,772 97 

9, Ottawa 566,783 39 

" 10, Bancroft 161,975 92 

" 11, Huntsville 468,363 99 

" 14, New Liskeard 760,586 80 

" 19, Fort William 2,587 61 

■ 20, Kenora 12,105 12 

4,645,232 99 

Development Roads (The Highway Improvement Act, Section 54) : 

District No. 1, Chatham 65,425 62 

2, London 3 1,614 05 

4, Hamilton 16,015 36 

5, Owen Sound 106,404 18 

6, Toronto 566,670 13 

7, Port Hope 689,895 09 

8, Kingston 588,858 51 

9, Ottawa 792,468 38 

10, Bancroft 422,993 70 

" 11, Huntsville 444,020 89 

" 13, North Bay 133,237 83 

14, New Liskeard 146,852 59 

* 16, Cochrane 46,370 03 

" 17, Sudbury 244,684 77 

" 18, Sault Ste. Marie 51,724 56 

" 19, Fort William 343,182 11 

" 20, Kenora 41,915 88 

4,732,333 68 

Roads'in Unincorporated Townships in Northern Ontario: 

District No. 10, Bancroft 4,249 16 

" 11, Huntsville 97,536 01 

" 13, North Bay 101,362 77 

" 14, New Liskeard 132,001 43 

" 16, Cochrane 120,942 23 

" 17, Sudbury 46,679 11 

18, Sault Ste. Marie 64,088 68 

" 19, Fort William 98,814 26 

■ 20, Kenora 1 15,973 76 

781,647 41 



Net Total $90,227,886 57 



Details of Expenditure 

Salaries — Permanent and Temporary Staff: 

District No. 1, Chatham 144,319 16 

2, London 210,042 39 

3, Stratford 271,138 35 

4, Hamilton 187,666 37 

5, Owen Sound 237,916 22 

6, Toronto 371,996 70 

7, Port Hope 142,540 24 

8, Kingston 197,314 90 

9, Ottawa 228,778 82 

10, Bancroft 124,368 82 

11, Huntsville 209,020 03 

13, North Bay 146,231 97 

14, New Liskeard 120.604 74 



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Salaries — Permanent and Temporary Staff — Continued 

District No. 15, (Special Project 56-1) White River 28,133 68 

16, Cochrane 95,028 65 

" 17, Sudbury 133,163 77 

" 18, Sault Ste. Marie 100,008 71 

" 19, Fort William 153,295 77 

" 20, Kenora 171,686 27 

Engineering Audit Section 53,805 01 

Planning and Design Branch 594,314 42 

Services Branch 989,347 85 

Chief Engineer's and Operations Branch 195,409 62 



5,106,132 46 



W. R. Acton, 4,849.92; F. G. Allen, 4,916.62; G. H. Allen, 5,299.98; Y. Andersen 
7,549.98; N. C. Anderson, 4,650.00; W. A. Anderson, 5,299.96; H. M. Armstrong 
5,274.96; H. A. Aron, 5,549.98; J. R. Aubin, 4,650.94; A. H. Bailey, 6,099.96 

D. W. Baird, 5,949.96; W. J. Baird, 7,249.98; W. R. Baker, 5,649.96; L. D 
Barrett, 6,949.98; D. J. Barry, 5,910.00; H. Barry, 6,949.92; R. L. Bayne, 5,624.94 
W. Beattie, 4,659.97; E. L. Beaudro, 6,099.97; N. D. Bennett, 7,249.98; W. R 
Bennett, 6,349.98; R. E. Bennie, 5,849.96; A. G. Benninger, 5,274.96; W. Bidell 
6,949.98; W. D. Birch, 6,399.96; D. J. Black, 5,049.96; R. W. Bond, 6,549.96 
G. H. Booth, 5,250.00; M. W. Booth, 6,099.97; F. L. Boyce, 4,829.95; L. E 
Bradt, 4,650.00; G. H. Bragg, 5,049.96; H. K. Brandon, 4,500.00; R. Britton 
5,799.96; F. C. Brownridge, 8,449.98; L. S. Bruce, 4,524.96; F. Z. Bumbulis 
4,974.96; R. G. Burnfield, 6,149.97; J. E. Callaghan, 5,549.94; R. A. Cameron 
5,359.96; J. A. Carmody, 5,274.96; J. J. Casey, 5,649.96; G. H. Chambers, 4,524.96 
R. S. Chapman, 6,399.96; S. J. Chiddenton, 4,759.92; H. F. Chisamore, 4,524.96 
W. S. Cole, 7,849.92; D. P. Collins, 6,749.94; V. E. Conway, 4,699.98; H. K 
Craibbe, 6,649.98; C. A. Cripps, 5,049.96; W. B. Crossing, 4,699.99; A. F. Cum- 
mings, 4,899.96; J. F. Daley, 4,886.64; B. R. Davis, 7,249.98; M. Dent, 4,759.92 
H. C. Dernier, 7,399.98; P. L. Devalence, 5,049.96; P. W. Devine, 5,250.00 
N. B. Dickson, 4,549.98; H. E. Dubois, 4,674.96; H. D. Duff, 7,699.92; L. E 
Eadie, 5,049.98; N. E. Erwin, 4,650.00; J. E. Eyres, 5,049.96; D. W. Farren 
5,749.98; E. B. Fenner, 6,149.97; F. Field, 4,587.49; L. D. Fisher, 4,650.00 

E. A. Fletcher, 5,949.96; T. S. Foreman, 6,174.97; J. H. Forshaw, 5,649.96; J. D 
Foster, 6,949.98; G. W. Fowler, 4,759.92; F. J. Fownes, 7,899.96; V. C. Fox 
5,049.96; R. B. Fraser, 6,099.97; W. L. Fraser, 7,824.96; W. C. Friedmann 
5,174.95; W. J. Fulton, 8,668.56; J. B. Garland, 7,091.64; A. Gater, 6,305.80 
E. W. Geddes, 5,099.94; J. K. George, 4,659.97; A. Gibson, 4,759.92; G. Gibson 
4,759.92; M. V. Gillard, 5,449.92; B. G. Giroux, 4,650.00; D. J. Gove, 4,699.98 
D. H. Graham, 4,560.00; A. W. Gratton, 4,759.92; J. G. Gray, 4,887.00; C. S 
Grebski, 5,799.96; H. Greenland, 6,099.96; C. G. Griffin, 6,249.96; W. D. Ham 

P. J. Harvey, 5,749.94; A. A. Hay, 4,699.95 
Henry, 5,624.94; G. W. Hewitt, 6,759.96; C. F 
5,274.96; R. C. Horny, 4,650.00; C. J. Howard 
; G. U. Howell, 7,699.92; R. E. Hunter, 5,274.96 
H. W. Hurrell, 5,250.00; J. G. Inksetter, 4,699.98; B. L. Irwin, 6,649.98; J. E 
Jackson, 5,409.96; W. L. Jackson, 5,099.94; R. E. Jenkins, 4,950.00; H. E. Jeph 
son, 4,974.96; W. M. Johnson, 4,759.92; T. Johnston, 6,799.98; E. H. Jones 
7,099.98; H. P. Jones, 8,109.96; W. P. Judson, 5,449.92; E. R. Kenny, 5,595.78 
T. W. Kenny, 4,759.92; D. J. King, 5,799.96; W. R. Kinnear, 5,499.97; R. C 
Kirkpatrick, 4,524.96; V. Kitching, 5,049.98; M. W. Kitson, 4,524.96; R. J 
Kjarsgaard, 5,289.42; K. L. Kleinsteiber, 5,174.94; P. Labarge, 4,650.00; J. K 
Livingston, 4,974.96; L. Loch, 8,449.98; R. K. Loescher, 4,700.00; A. E. Long 
4,849.96; J. G. Long, 4,759.92; F. E. Loscombe, 4,524.96; J. C. Loudon, 6,049.98 
H. C. Low, 4,699.98; C. D. Lyon, 6,399.96; J. K. MacArthur, 5,949.96; J. W 
MacDougall, 5,799.96; F. C. MacLean, 5,649.96; W. Q. MacNee, 7,459.95 
T. E. Mahony, 4,749.96; E. J. Mallinson, 5,799.96; H. A. Mantle, 7,399.98 
S. J. Markiewicz, 5,799^96; J. R. Marrow, 4,849.92; G. Martens, 5,849.94; J. R 



5,799.96; V. A. Hart, 5,299.98; 
B. R. Heavysege, 6,292.84; F. G. 
Homer, 5,049.96; C R. Hopkins, 
6,750.00; H. S. Howden, 8,149.92; 



Martin, 5,160.00; L. G. McAlpine, 4,899.96; H 

McAuliffe, 5,499.96; W. C. McBride, 4,650.00; E 

McCutcheon, 5,274.96; P. J. McDonald, 5,250.00; 

McKim, 5,799.96; J. P. McLachlan, 4,624.98; A. 

McMillan, 7,849.92; A. C. McNab, 6,499.98; H. 

Metcalfe, 5,799.96; E. M. Mills, 4,659.97; J. A. Milne, 5,259.97; H. F. Moore 

5,449.92; J. B. Morris, 4,699.98; D. D. Murray, 5,174.98; E. H. Murray, 4,899.96 

W. S. Newman, 5,624.98; R. J. O'Brien, 6,649.98; W. J. O'Brien, 4,699.98; W. H 



McArthur, 5,949.96; A. 

D. McCuaig, 4,849.92; V. 
J. C. McGee, 5,700.00; A. 
T McLaren, 5,074.99; H. 

N. Merritt, 6,649.98; G. 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 11 



King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Salaries — Permanent and Temporary Staff — Continued 

O'Dell, 4,650.00; C. F. O'Gorman, 4,649.95; J. J. O'Neill, 4,650.00; E. J. Orr, 
6,899.95; R. I. Palmer, 4,699.98; D. R. Paterson, 6,649.98; A. H. Pitt, 4,650.00; 
H. J. Pleasance, 4,624.98; D. G. Ramsay, 6,893.30; W. D. Ratz, 6,599.94; R. W. 
Rawlings, 6,249.96; G. W. Raycroft, 5,549.94; R. G. Reid, 4,659.97; J. E. Richard- 
son, 5,499.96; R. E. Richardson, 8,259.97; A. W. Rinn, 4,650.00; C. W. Roach, 
5,250.00; G. R. Roberts, 4,899.98; C. R. Robertson, 6,016.59; C. P. Robins, 
4,699.98; M. W. Robinson, 5,949.96; J. E. Robson, 5,160.00; A. M. Rogers, 
4,650.00; A. Rutka, 7,049.95; E. R. Saint, 5,344.98; C. A. Sample, 4,650.00; 
C. G. Saunders, 5,974.99; F. E. Saunders, 5,874.96; J. G. Saunders, 4,974.96; 
G. O. Sawyer, 4,570.43; W. G. Scott, 5,849.95; W. A. Seawright, 7,249.98; J. K. 
See, 5,409.98; T. A. Sharpe, 6,599.95; K. H. Siddall, 9,499.98; R. J. Sim, 5,174.96; 
W. E. Skinner, 4,699.98; Earl S. Smith, 5,999.97; H. F. Smith, 6,149.94; J. M. 
Smith, 4,699.94; N. D. Smith, 4,759.92; R. B. Smith, 5,250.00; R. L. Smith, 
4,650.00; V. A. Snell, 6,399.96; L. G. Snook, 4,860.00; W. Spence, 5,099.94; 
M. Stoyanoff, 5,074.98; R. F. Strain, 4,849.96; W. Sutherland, 4,516.66; D. M. 
Taplin, 5,099.94; J. F. Templeton, 4,759.92; J. C. Thatcher, 6,137.46; J. 0. 
Thompson, 4,899.96; G. D. Thomson, 4,860.00; W. J. Thomson, 6,049.98; A. M. 
Toye, 8,799.96; S. E. Turkington, 4,617.56; J. R. Turner, 5,499.96; J. W. Under- 
down, 4,650.00; A. L. Vaughan, 5,274.96; J. Villetorte, 6,049.98; P. E. Wade, 
5,549.98; L. E. Walker, 7,399.98; J. Walter, 9,549.96; D. F. Walton, 5,949.96; 
R. W. Ware, 4,759.92; C. W. Webster, 6,459.96; G. B. Webster, 5,874.96; I. B. 
Weinberg, 5,749.94; S. R. Welby, 7,110.00; K. Westerby, 4,975.00; L. Westlake, 
5,160.00; W. Westlake, 5,574.97; G. F. Wetherall, 6,899.95; J. K. Wheeler, 
5,049.96; F. B. Whiteley, 6,716.62; W. G. Wigle, 5,799.96; J. B. Wilkes, 7,266.66; 
L. F. Williams, 6,049.98; P. Willis, 5,059.98; W. Wilson, 4,650.00; B. Wright, 
6,159.97; G. A. Wrong. 5,374.98; G. F. Wyse, 5,099.94; W 7 . H. Yates, 5,099.94; 

E. F. Young, 4,650.00; C. C. Yuill, 4,925.03; Other salaries, 3,610,521.78; 

Sundry employees, overtime services, isolation bonus, 16,485.89 5,106,132 46 

Pay Lists, wages of men: 

District No. 1, Chatham 621,425 85 

2, London 1,091,257 56 

3, Stratford 696,543 08 

4, Hamilton 1,151,107 43 

5, Owen Sound 691,442 28 

6, Toronto 1,975,071 41 

7, Port Hope 854,010 02 

8, Kingston 959,424 43 

9, Ottawa 889,389 80 

10, Bancroft 653,037 20 

" 11, Huntsville 872,548 88 

" 13, North Bay 779,825 34 

14, New Liskeard : 798,279 86 

15, (Special Project 56-1) White River 139,195 24 

16, Cochrane. . .' 693,836 77 

17, Sudbury 742,193 30 

18, Sault Ste. Marie 779,257 63 

" 19, Fort William 1,127,614 33 

" 20, Kenora 939,817 50 

Engineering Audit Section 84,408 61 

Planning and Design Branch 1.363,898 79 

Equipment Section 142,413 13 

Property Section 291,418 92 

Land Surveys Section 1,047,935 72 

Materials and Research Section 397,769 95 

General 89,348 27 

19,872,471 30 



Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc.: 
Abitibi Power and Paper Co. Ltd., 9,073.22; Acrow (Canada) Ltd., 6,000.00; 
Albert Sinclair Adams and Sadie Adams, 2,000.00; John Hamilton Adams and 
Minnie May Adams, 2,500.00; Leslie Adams, 2,625.00; Jas. R. Aikens, 10,000.00; 
Chas. Ainsworth, 4,872.68; Wm. F. Albert, 8,500.00; Clifford Allan Estate, 
3,587.50; Wm. Hubert Allan, 30,000.00; Mervyn Clarence Allin, 3,720.00; 
Morris Altman, 90,000.00; Amcan Holdings Ltd., 5,096.00; Wm. Alexander 



F 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

Anderson, 15,500.00; Rosa Andrews, 4,590.00; Applewood Dixie Ltd., 4,000.00; 
Earl C. Armstrong, 7,100.00; Frank Armstrong and Elsie Armstrong, 2,750.00; 
Leonard Joseph Armstrong and Noella Lorna Armstrong, 20,000.00; Matthew 
Armstrong and John W. Armstrong, 2,250.00; James Albert Arnberg, 3,025.00; 
Frank Augustine, 2,073.00; 



Babula, Fred, 2,530.00; Nikola Badluk, 3,100.00; G. Murray Bailey and E. Agnes 
Bailey, 34,000.00; Baillie-Pearson Ltd., 105,000.00; Orwell Willis Bain and Ada 
Verenia Kenning, 13,750.00; Russell Albert Baker and Ruth Ann Baker, 9,004.58 
William H. Baker and Ethel F. Baker, 5,000.00; Edyth Baldwin, 25,000.00 
William Ball Jr., 47,500.00; Thomas Bantroch and Emily Bantroch, 14,456.84 
Clayton E. S. Barbour, 2,000.00; Minnie E. Barker, 45,000.00; Winifred M. 
Barnes, 3,000.00; Bertha L. Barr, 3,300.00; Leslie Walter Barrett and Audrey 
Hilda Barrett, 17,058.27; William W. Barrett, 58,000.00; Laverne Dennis 
Bartels, 9,750.00; Grace Bartlett, 4,000.00; Ralph Bartlett, 24,500.00; Arthur 
Lloyd Barton, 3,600.00; Alphonse Bastien and Alexcina Bastien, 2,491.28; 
Warren Bates and Barbara Joan Bates, 3,000.00; Robert J. Batv, 8,500.00; 
Robert Lloyd Baty, 2,000.00; Henri Bazinet, 86,766.26; Torrance Beardmore, 
13,500.00; Lena E. Beattie, 3,000.00; Henry R. Beckett, 4,800.00; Harry Albro 
Bedal, 20,000.00; Dan Beke and Sophie Beke, 2,800.00; Alice Belanger, 5,200.00; 
Elizabeth A. Bell and Marion Irene Carlile, 2,050.00; Leonie Gordon Bell, 
15,750.00; Nettie Ida Bell, 37,000.00; Wilfred Bell, 2,000.00; John Benford 
and Ruby Benford, 2,000.00; Wm. Oliver Benner and Phyllis Benner, 24,510.00; 
Charles Louis Berard, 3,500.00; Angus Bergeron and Leda Bergeron, 14,563.50; 
Howard C. Berry, 3,500.00; Joseph A. Bertram and Amy J. H. Bertram, 3,000.00; 
Harold White Best, 3,068.90; Leo Frank Bevan and Elizabeth Bevan, 9,200.00; 
Enver Scott Bice, 3,507.00; Beverlev Paul Bickle and Gwendolyn Doreen Bickle, 
14,000.00; Wm. J. Bilkszto and Alice Bilkszto, 2,550.20; Henry Billings and 
Lottie Billings, 13,575.00; Lina Bisaillon, 10,000.00; John J. Bisch and Corine 
M. Bisch, 35,000.00; Rose Bissonnette, 2,110.00; Howard W. Black, 2,500.00; 
Wesley Elden Black, 18,000.00; John Blasko, 3,988.20; Wm. J. Blezard, 
25,000.00; Joseph L. Blommaert, 4,493.08; Mary E. Borjeson, 3,500.00; Laddie 
Boukal and Emilie Boukal, 5,000.00; Harrison Reginald Bowes, 6,000.00; 
Gertrude Mae Bown, 2,500.00; Reginald George Bown, 2,235.20; E. F. Brain, 
5,500.00; Howard Wilson Brash, 9,850.00; Robert Howard Brash, 5,150.00; 
Alexander Brassard, 3,000.00; Wilfrid Daniel Breese, 6,000.00; Wm. Brennan 
and Jean Brennan, 3,500.00; Trustees of Brethren in Christ Church, 11,500.00; 
Theodore Aime Breton and Laura Mercier Breton, 6,500.00; Enos Brett, 2,035.80: 
Kalman Brewda and Aaron Louis Posen, 2,072.00; Frederick H. C. Bridgman 
and Hannah Mary Bridgman, 2,000.00; Edith Brisbane, 23,000.00; British 
American Oil Co., Ltd., 4,620.83; Melville Willard Broughton and Charlotte 
Ruth Broughton, 7,300.00; Donald Brown, 4,629.00; Donald W. Brown, 
25,908.00; Brown and Goldberg, 5,723.47; Harry M. Brown, 2,100.00; James T. 
Brown and E. Grace Brown, 7,500.00; Louise Brown, 3,500.00; Nelly Brown 
and Herbert Brown, 28,555.89; Norman C. Brown, 2,500.00; Roy Howard Brown 
and Etta Florence Brown, 5,503.70; Brown's Line Investments Ltd., 8,375.00; 
Scroggie John Bruce, 2,190.00; Morris J. Brunk and Grace G. Brunk, 2,100.00; 
Brunt Mfg. Co., Ltd., 28,500.00; Duncan Buchanan, 2,000.00; William Thomas 
Buck, 2,500.00; Nickolas Buldyke, 14,680.75; John George Bull, 5,003.44; 
Alfred Edward Burd, Estate, 5,000.00; Annie Loretta Burfield, 2,200.00; Harry 
Miller Burnside and Viola M. Burnside, 7,000.00; Richard L. Burrowes, 3,413.80; 
Wm. W. Burrows and Lourene G. Burrows, 2,200.00; George Burton and 
Rose Burton, 10,800.00; Leyden Alta Burtwistle, 21,000.00; Guy W. Bussell, 
20,000.00; John L. Butler, 2,351.70; James Andrew Bvrnes and Grace M. 
Byrnes, 3,339.40; 



Cadieux, Leonard, 2,000.00; Beverley J. Calverley and Anthony H. Calverley, 
3,202.63; Gordon Calvert and Violet Lillian Calvert, 3,600.00; Betty G. Calway, 
3,692.06; Chas. Henry Campbell and Phyllis Campbell, 5,000.00; Florence 
Giroux Campbell and Florence Ethel Grant, 8,800.00; Kathleen Campbell, 
7,500.00; Canada Trust Co., 269,378.42; Canadian Comstock Co., Ltd., 4,000.00; 
Canadian Construction Co., 20,217.22; Canadian Oil Companies Ltd., 4,193.62; 
Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 7,016.88; Canadian Petrofina Limited, 6,041.15; 
Cardinal Construction Co., Ltd., 3,000.00; Edgar Ferguson Carew, 4,500.00; 
Nora Carey, 4,500.00; Grace Mildred Carlile, 24,000.00; Carmelite Sisters of 
Canada, 8,000.00; David Robinson Carothers and Rita Pearl Carothers, 
20,449.65; William Harold Carr and Kathleen Vivian Carr, 4,105.00; Joseph 
Carriere, 14,180.00; Douglas A. Carruthers and Mary Grace Carruthers, 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS FJ3 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

20,000.00; Grecian Nellie Winnifred Cash, 5,300.00; Manson J. Cathcart, 
3,000.00; Grace Millicent K. Cawthra-Elliot, 5,456.02; Central Mortgage 
and Housing Corporation, 14,676.97; Lavern Urry Chapman, 14,000.00; Hyliard 
G. Chappell and Georgina G. Chappell, 24,000.00; Jacques Charbonneau and 
Lucette Charbonneau, 5,700.00; Charlan Holdings Ltd., 3,760.00; John Alphens 
Charlton, 2,000.00; Chartered Trust Co., 30,000.00; Leon Chatelain, 3,000.00; 
John W. Chettle and Mabel Chettle, 17,227.67; Lionel Chevrier, 2,500.00; 
Francis John Chisholm, 19,500.00; Kril Chornovitzky, 2,564.78; William Keith 
Christie, 13,500.00; Alfred B. Christner, 5,500.00; Joseph Edward Clarey and 
Hazel Maude Clarey, 2,966.99; Malcolm Clark, 15,000.00; Truman Henry 
Clark, 3,562.70; Lancelot F. Clarke and Gwendoline P. Clarke, 79,943.08; 
Arthur Grant Clarkson, 8,500.00; William Clayton and Adelia L. Clayton, 
3,125.00; Hector Clouthier, 7,000.00; Ernest Lyle Cochrane, 4,000.00; Christina 
Collins Estate, 2,000.00; Edward Perkin Collins and Edith Louisa Collins, 
8,500.00; Charles R. Colman, 2,075.00; Louise Coltrinari, Dora L. Ashton and 
Mario Negusanti, 9,500.00; Condor Construction Ltd., 2,400.00; George D. 
Conley, 23,000.00; Duane Cook, 8,413.60; Elsie Jean Harvie Cook, 13,753.12; 
John D. Cook, 4,300.00; Gothard Cooper and Helen Cooper, 2,011.70; Edmund 
H. Corbett, 6,315.70; John Edward Cotnam, 2,000.00; Isabella Coutts, 4,000.00; 
Hugh John Coveney, 27,000.00; Russel C. Craig and Ola May Craig, 8,300.00; 
Wilmot H. Craig and Doreen Edna Craig, 16,219.00; Stefana Crechiola, 2,000.00; 
Myrrel Cressman and Erma Cressman, 2,500.00; Osias Cressman Estate, 
27,500.00; Colin A. Crews, 7,275.34; Joseph Edward Crites, 13,000.00; Cecil 
Croft and Florence Croft, 5,005.61; Alfred B. Crossley, 7,047.81; William Apsley 
Crowe, 2,500.00; Elgin J. Crozier and Bernice Crozier, 31,000.00; John Csehi 
and Margaret Csehi, 3,500.00; Maria Cuccaro, 8,500.00; Charles H. Cunningham 
and Martha E. Cunningham, 7,500.00; Roy Melville Currie and Myrtle May 
Currie, 6,185.00; 

David Development Ltd. and Builders Realty Ltd., 5,500.00; Albert Wesley 
Davidson, 10,000.00; Grace E. Davidson, 3,000.00; Marguerite Davidson, 
7,700.00; R. A. Davis & Co., 11,623.52; Robert A. Davis, 7,442.00; Henry 
M. Davy, 6,172.70; Robert George Dawson Estate, 4,000.00; Wilfred R. Dean, 
2,500.00; Arthur W. H. Death, 10,500.00; M. Delben Construction Co. Ltd., 
3,300.00; Reuben R. Dennis, 6,168.00; Belle Dennison, Loretta Dennison, 
Nicholas Dennison, and Claire Dennison, 36,500.00; R. J. Denure Trailways 
Ltd., 3,000.00; Eva Depew, 32,046.00; May De Saint Remy, 86.461.95; W. 
Deslauriers, 3,531.20; Wm. Deverill and John Carman Winch, 48,500.00; 
Delia Florence Devlin, 16,000.00; Herbert Allen Dickenson and Velda Dicken- 
son, 6,500.00; John Rodney Dippel, 2,000.00; George Jesse Dixon, 26,490.00; 
Ronald Keith Dixon and Joan Frances Dixon, 2,800.00; Arnold Dolan, George 
Robson and Marjorie Steven, 2,600.00; Ann Donison, 3,000.00; Edith E. Donlan, 
2,000.00; Filippus Jan Dost and Alida Deiwerdina Dost, 8,541.80; William Ernest 
Doughty and Mary Ethel Doughty, 2,250.00; Beatty Douglas, 10,000.00; 
Joseph H. Dove and Hughann Dove, 3,000.00; Constance May Downie, 
12,000.00; John A. Downing, 8,000.00; Frances Alberta Doyle, 5,500.00; Alcide 
Drysdale, 6,367.67; Jessie Dubois, 3,400.00; Frank Dudas and Matilda Dudas, 
21,500.00; Walter Duebbers, 2,290.00; Harvey Duguay, 12,000.00; Township 
of Dumfries South, School Section No. 6, 13,500.00; Bernard Dumouchelle, 
2,475.00; Mary Elizabeth Duncombe, 4,000.00; Benjamin Dunkelman, 17,895.00; 
James Frank Dunnigan and Edith C. Dunnigan, 13,310.00; Dupont Co. of 
Canada (1956) Ltd., 11,345.93; Hazel May Duquette, 2,000.00; Ronald G. 
Dwyer and Gladys Dwyer, 2,000.00; Alex Dye, Mike Lazarawich and Julia 
Lazarawich, 16,500.00; Celia Dynes, 2,240.00; 

Eagleson, John G. and M. Helen Eagleson, 2,650.00; Easy Washing Machine 
Co., Ltd., 7,560.00; Bruce R. F. Eaton and Jean I. Eaton, 5,462.88; David 
Lome Eaton and Estella Mae Eaton, 5,000.00; T. Eaton Realty Co. Ltd.. 
3,575.00; Lloyd D. Edgcumbe, 14,000.00; Irene Ehrenfeld, 27,506.25; John 
I. L. Elgie, 15.500.00; Murray A. Elias, 34,320.00; Winnifred M. Elliott, 6,500.00; 
Flossie I. Ellis, 2,500.00; Frank Ellis, 6,200.00; Kenneth George Ellis and 
Nellie May Ellis, 4,506.20; Mabel Ellis, 6,500.00; Wm. F. Ellis, Sr., and Flossie 
I. Ellis, 3,500.00; Elmhurst Farm Ltd., 2,675.00; Arnold Davidson Elmslie, 
39,048.47; Eloy's Dairy Ltd., 2,000.00; Hazel Wilma Emmerton, 24,950.10; 
Charles William Emmons and Norma Helen Emmons, 3,050.00; James Cameron 
English, 9,000.00; Adele C. Ernst, 3,500.00; Township of Etobicoke, 2,752.79; 
Robert Stanley Evans and Anne R. Evans, 3,000.00; 



F 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

Facette, Louis Joseph J., 2,100.00; Trustees of Fairview Cemetery, 2,000.00; 
Mabel Fallis Estate, Percy McCallum, William Longworth, and Mabel Long- 
worth, 2,500.00; George Fallowfield, 8,000.00; Kenneth K. Farquharson. 
10,250.00; Edward Farr and Irene Etta Farr, 2,100.00; Wellington Farrow, 
6,700.00; Thomas Fawcett and Grace B. Fawcett, 6,800.00; Frederick Arthur 
Spencer Featherstone, 7,316.40; Annie R. Feick, 5,000.00; Shirley Feldman, 
4,000.00; David A. Felker, 3.250.00; Charles Donald Ferguson, 2,002.74; 
Harold J. Ferguson, 11,500.00; Robert Albert Ferguson, 15,000.00; J. Hamilton 
Ferns, 6,225.00; Rubina M. Ferrier, 14,008.44; Stanley Figon and Marie Figon 
Estate, 10,000.00; Leonard W. Finch and Norman R. Shuttleworth, 14,000.00; 
James Gordon Finley and Dorothy May Finley, 2,000.00; Fisher Orchards. 
20,000.00; Sarah Ellen Fisher, Wm. James Nelson Fisher, Frederick Samuel 
Robert Fisher, Margaret Olive Lillian Brumwell and Edgar Sidney Lawrence 
Fisher, 3,000.00; Fleming, Harris, Kerwin and Barr, 2,525.10; Bruce Fletcher, 
10,000.00; Gordon Flynn and Edna Flynn, 7,032.65; Linton E. Forbes, 2,000.00; 
Found Realty Ltd., 10,857.55; Robert A. Francis, 2,000.00; Louis Francoz. 
8,000.00; Alice M. Fraser, 12,000.00; William A. Fraser, 31,000.00; Louis 
Freedman, 11,359.15; Eric Lloyd French and Doris French, 12,500.00; Lawrence 
John Fretwell, 9,500.00; Ernest Frisby Estate, 2,025.90; Furlong Motel Ltd., 
84,994.85; 

Galloway, Beverly M., 2,289.00; Jesse R. Gapen, 7,630.00; Emil John Gardecki, 
12,474.67; Archie Maitland Gardham and Thelma Irene Gardham, 10,130.00; 
James Roland Gardiner and Lucy Florence Gardiner, 2,200.00; John Gardner, 
27,500.00; Nick Gargarella & Co. Ltd., 153,182.12; Margaret Susan Garner, 
3,000.00; Guilio Gasparini and Virginia Gasparini, 2,000.00; Allan Gauen, 
6,000.00; John Gerber and Ethel Gerber, 8,000.00; John Albert Gerritsen and 
Hilda Gerritsen, 10,000.00; Ella Louisa Isabella Gibson, 9,505.33; Kenneth 
Gibson and Catherine Gibson, 3,200.00; Robert Fulerton Gibson, 3,000.00; 
Clarence Arthur Giddy and Jessie May Giddy, 24,000.00; John Gilbert Estate. 
2,500.00; Edward Gilgan, 2,400.00; Sidney Gillies, 14,300.00; Joseph H. Giroux, 
4,500.00; Township of Gloucester, School Section No. 2, 2,100.00; Leander 
G. Gole, 5,000.00; Wm. G. Gooderham, 12,000.00; Katharine Goodman, 8,250.00; 
Samuel Gordon, 2,000.00; Douglas A. Gosling, 4,000.00; John Wesley Goth, 
5,000.00; Marshall Gouett, 3,050.00; Patrick A. Gouette and Cecilia R. Gouette, 
3,900.00; Vera Grace Goulding, 4,602.50; James Leonard Graham and Pauline 
June Graham, 8,060.00; Richard Graham, 16,000.00; Wallace Samuel Grant 
and Mabel Ardell Grant, 12,000.00; Frederick Gratton and Caroline Gratton, 
2,211.66; Floyd Earl Gray and Margaret Ann Gray, 3,500.00; Walter George 
Greenhill, 6,250.00; Philippa Gregg, 2,500.00; Marie Jeannette Grenier, 3,500.00; 
Adolfo Gris and Catharine Gris, 2,350.00; Howard L. Groh and Ada Groh, 
50,000.00; Charles Gross, 63, 149.94; Marcel Gugis and Vincent Treigis, 59,000.00: 
Vincent Gunn, 2,800.00; 

Haas, George G. and Olga Haas, 3,432.00; Myra Del Haist, 5,000.00; Kenneth 
Eugene Halligan and Bruce Radford Halligan, 2,100.00; John F. Hambly. 
3,000.00; Hamilton Beach Yacht Club, 10,000.00; Hamilton Golf and Country 
Club, Ltd., 18,230.00; John Lloyd Hamilton, 128,024.02; George J. R. Ham- 
merton, 15,000.00; Thomas Hammond Estate, 12,610.55; Wilbert W. Hammond 
and Elsie E. Hammond, 2,500.00; Clarence H. Haney, 4,013.00; Joseph Haney, 
2,375.00; David Lome Hannah and Keitha Marguerite Hannah, 15,000.00; 
George William Hannah, 12,800.00; Kenneth Orton Hansler and Clifford Thomas 
Hansler, 5,500.00; Arthur Charles Hardy, 8,800.00; Annie Elizabeth Hare 
Estate, 8,000.00; Frank W. Hare, 4,000.00; John R. Hargreaves, 13,800.00; Otto 
Harms, 11,081.11 ; Thomas Harrison, 5,800.00; Douglas Hamilton Hart, 2,000.00; 
Robert John Hart and Mary Edna Hart, 7,462.05; Thomas Hart, 3,000.00; 
Donald M. Harvie and Lorna A. Harvie, 3,724.00; Duncan Harwood Distillers 
Ltd., 9,360.00; James Hasson, 2,750.00; Edith M. Hatton, 2,650.00; Joseph 
Allan Hawkins, 2,500.00; Donald B. Hawley, 5,500.00; Lome Garfield Hawley, 
3,506.11; Alfred H. Hayes and Audrey E. Hayes, 4,000.00; Clarence W. Heipel. 
3,500.00; Ada A. Helyer, 4,200.00; Wilbert Moreton Henderson and Mabel 
Aileen Henderson, 3,100.00; Lionel Herrington, 3,053.69; Annie L. Heslop, 
3,000.00; Mary H. Heyes, 11,500.00; Clifford Hie and Edith Hie, 11,700.00; 
Highbury Developments Ltd., 55,908.00; Bardrow Hill, 6,500.00; John Henry 
Hilson and Phoebe Jane Hilson, 9,000.00; Edward Minor Hinman Estate. 
6,250.00; Arthur Ray Hoare and Mary Elizabeth Maude Hoare, 5,700.00; 
Edith I. Hoare, 5,000.00; Joseph Edward Hoare, 2,178.99; Rose Hockin, 6,000.00; 






1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 15 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

Harry Roy Hodges and Minnie Claire Hodges, 2,815.57; Keith Melvin Hodges, 
3,000.00; Martin Hoffman, 17,500.00; Howard R. Hogaboam and Lillian H. 
Hogaboam, 3,000.00; Ross L. Hogle and Grace L. Hogle, 9,200.00; John Grant 
Holbrook and Elizabeth Holbrook, 24,500.00; Frank Tallack Holland and 
Iva L. Holland, 2,200.00; Norman Montague Holman, 5,284.62; Ellen Holmes, 
5,000.00; Fred W. Holmes, 6,000.00; Hopewell Construction Ltd., 26,664.80; 
Louis Horovitz and Eva F. Horovitz, 2,500.00; Naomi Hamilton Horrocks and 
Audrey Hamilton Horrocks, 2,000.00; Sylvia Houlihan Estate, 2,750.00; Charles 
Frederick Howe and Thomas Raymond Howe, 4,500.00; John Roy Howell and 
Gladys Norma Howell, 19,000.00; Charles Hubacheck, 6,000.00; Marcus 
Lawrence Hudson and Beatrice Iantha Hudson, 11,260.28; Mabel Letitia 
Huggard, 6,750.00; Francis E. Hughes and Bridget Hughes, 7,000.00; Violet 
S. Humphreys, 16,000.00; John Clifford Hunt, 25,075.34; Orville C. Hunt and 
Ethel Dorothy Hunt, 8,000.00; Aldridge John Hunter, 16,500.00; John Edward 
Hunter, 14,500.00; William Johnston Hunter and Margaret Jean Hunter, 
11,000.00; Asa Isaac Hurl, 5,500.00; William G. Hustler and Eva Gertrude 
Hustler, 65,000.00; William John Hutchinson, 22,131.19; Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission of Ontario, 80,113.86; 

Imperial Oil Ltd., 11,199.85; Indian Line Investments Ltd., 18,500.00; Induco 
Construction Ltd., 5,045.00; Charles Inglis, 2,250.00; International Nickel 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 2,188.40; Milton F. Ireland, 3,650.00; F. Claude Irwin, 
16,100.00; Tilda Israelson, 5,250.00; Mike Ivanic and Pearl A. Ivanic, 3,500.00; 

Jackson, John Bowie and Earl John Jackson, 6,012.60; Robert Roy Jackson, 
36,500.00; Thomas Jackson and Ida May Jackson, 2,630.00; Thomas W. Jack- 
son, 32,023.47; Helge Jacobsen and Edith E. Jacobsen, 11,000.00; C. G. Jacobson, 
2,000.00; Alexander William Jamieson, 4,933.00; Thomas Milne Jamieson, 
6,100.00; Lajos Jaroli, 2,000.00; Joseph Cyril Jennings and Mary Helen Jennings, 
23,960.18; Wilbert Jessop, 23,025.00; Alfred William Johnson and William 
Clifton Johnson, 139,950.39; E. E. Johnson and Ida M. Johnson, 4,500.00; 
Lome W. Johnson and Wilda Johnson, 2,000.00; Merrill Clifton Johnson, 
21,500.00; Bernice Johnston, 3,170.00; Edith Johnston and Dwight Johnston, 
3,000.00; Henry L. Johnston, 8,000.00; Norman Johnston, 4,041.64; Stanley 
B. Johnston and Hope E. Johnston, 16,800.00; Fred C. B. Johnstone, 4,500.00; 
Frank David Joiner and Helen Bernice Joiner, 21,100.00; George Ronald 
Joiner, 6,000.00; Harold Jones Estate, 5,995.45; Herbert Jones and Sylvia Sadie 
Jones, 2,850.00; John Henry Jose, 7,500.00; Marcin Josiak and Mary Josiak, 
10,500.00; 

Kacarevic Vitomir, 7,000.00; Robert J. Kaiser and Joyce Kaiser, 16,000.00 
Alfie Robinson Kappele, 2,250.00; William Kapteyn and Fredericka Kapteyn 
3,700.00; Vernon J. Kaufman, 3,000.00; Clarence Henry Kellam, 10,000.00 
Samuel Keller, 2,290.00; Irven Kelley and Caroline M. Kelley, 13,000.00 
James Everett Kellogg, 2,275.00; Alfred E. Kelly and Hazel Ann Kelly, 13,511.78 
Ernest Kelly and Hilda Kelly, 31,000.00; Hugh W. Kelly, 3,247.97; Robert 
William Kember, 2,262.00; George William Kemp, 2,300.00; Wesley Kemp, 
2,450.00; Wesley Kemp and Vera Kemp, 4,900.00; Wesley Kemp and Pauline 
Kemp, 2,000.00; Malcolm Kennedy and Grace Kennedy, 2,800.00; Stephen 
Kepic, 52,722.81; Leslie Kerns and Wilbur Leslie Kerns, 144,484.50; Vernon 
Paul Kimmett, 12,750.00; Russell Graham King, 24,050.00; Walter Wesley 
King and Doris Marion King, 8,750.00; Earl S. Kinsfather and Doris M. Kins- 
father, 5,350.00; Robt. Irwin Kirk, 9,286.00; Byron Wilson Kirkby and Louie 
Frances Kirkby, 14,430.55; James Alfred Kitchen, 4,500.00; Ross Kitchen and 
Laura Kitchen, 27,194.07; Nestor Kostyniuk and Veronica Kostyniuk, 7,000.00; 
Alex. G. Kozarichuk and Ida C. Kozarichuk, 5,900.00; Walter Kozlowski and 
V. Violet Kozlowski, 3,500.00; Ella G. Krueger, 2,200.00; Leonard Kuypers 
and Mary Elizabeth Kuypers, 4,000.00; 

Labrie, Eugere and Laurette Labrie, 10,500.00; Rodolphe Lacroix and Yvain 
Lacroix, 19,450.00; Roland B. Laird and Ruth Laird, 7,000.00; Frank Lake, 
3,400.00; George John Lambert, 15,500.00; John F. Lancaster Estate, 6,385.50; 
Donald B. Lang, 7,000.00; Margaret Helen Langford, Murray A. Langford 
and Edna I. Langford, 22,722.70; Magnus Lao, 5,063.01; Laplaza Motel Ltd., 
24,000.00; Leonard Milton Larmour and Audrey Janet Larmour, 29,000.00; 
George Ross Lasher and Betty Bernice Lasher, 9,650.00; Mary Isobel Laver, 
2,250.00; Louise Lavoie, 2,000.00; Norman Henderson Lawson, 13,500.00; 



F 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

E. A. Ray Leake, 4,000.00; George Forrest Learmont, 85,000.00; Wm. Stanley 
Learmont and Mildred Lucy Learmont, 15,000.00; Loria Leblond, 2,000.00; 
Desmond Lee and Bertha E. Lee, 14,697.10; Harry Lee, 8,000.00; A. Iden Leeder, 
2,092.25; Jack A. Legg, 2,750.00; Mabel A. Le Gresley and Reginald Balfour 
Le Gresley, 5,000.00; Zena Leikin, 4,500.00; Kenneth Leitch, 2,785.00; Matthew 
A. Leith, 3,500.00; Jacqueline Simone Lemay and Jean Paul Lemay, 7,728.44; 
Walter Huff Lemmon and Marion A. Lemmon, 18,700.00; Frederick R. Lemon 
and Margaret E. Lemon, 5,000.00; Albert Joseph Leroux, 7,061.00; Charles R. 
Lett, 3,710.00; Lillie Elizabeth Lewis and Wm. Milton Lewis, 5,000.00; M. 
Adelaide Linke, 2,187.50; Donald Cameron Little, 5,000.00; Loblaw Groceterias 
Co., Ltd., 5,000.00; Peter Francis Loftus, 3,500.00; Conrad Loiselle and Fils, 
8,180.00; Hubert G. Loney and Pearl Loney, 20,000.00; Harry Allan Long, 
Adelaide Long and D. J. Rankin, 5,400.00; Leonard C. Longeuay and Anna 
Longeuay, 8,200.00; Lome Park College, 11,500.00; Jacob Lotspeich and 
Theresa Lotspeich, 4,000.00; Richard Allan Loveless, 15,000.00; Alfred D. 
Lovell, 2,000.00; John Garfield Lucas and Edna Frances Lucas, 3,000.00; John 
Sutton Lucas and Grace Lucas, 5,000.00; Harry Luciw and Catherine Luciw, 
35,000.00; Nelson Norman Luckhardt, 33,844.10; Margaret Lynch, 3,330.00; 
Clifton Alexander Lyons, 2,000.00; Frank Lyons and Cora Lyons, 47,500.00; 

MacDougall, Walter, 6,500.00; Heber R. MacEwen, 2,050.00; Irene Matilda 
Mack, 8,000.00; Kate Isabel MacKay, 10,000.00; James Donald MacLean 
and Peter Gordon MacLean, 6,000.00; James Ernest MacNellv, 3,265.00; Myrtle 
MacRow, 26,500.00; Benson Alvin Madill, 90,000.00; Rocco D. Magaletta and 
Edith L. Greer, 21,000.00; Cosa Mahn, 3,000.00; William Mailloux, Evelina 
Mailloux and Joseph I. Mailloux, 9,700.00; Grant Maitland, 3,000.00; Maiden 
Methodist Church, 7,500.00; Township of Maiden, 8,194.59; John L. Malloy 
Estate and Gertrude Connor, 3,150.00; Harold Leslie Malott, 3,725.00; Alex- 
ander Leland Mansfield, 8,146.89; Albert E. Marchment and John B. March- 
ment, 6,000.00; Lloyd Bertram Marchment, 27,500.00; Albert J. Marck, 
26,042.64; Donald L. Marck and Constance G. Marck, 5,000.00; Lillian Marck, 
34,068.48; Alexander T. Marcotte and Amanda A. Marcotte, 10,000.00; Arthur 
S. Markle and Andrina Markle, 11,432.15; George J. Marsdin and Jennie 
Marsdin, 5,000.00; Sidney G. Marsh and Ellen J. Marsh, 12,000.00; Wm. 
Archibald Marshall and Winnifred Ethel Marshall, 13,600.00; Gordon C. 
Martin, 13,000.00; James P. Martin and Alexander D. Martin, 2,150.00; 
Kenneth C. Martin and John R. Martin, 2,700.00; Oscar Martin and Orville 
Shantz, 7,000.00; Robert Henry Martin and Amy Martin, 2,223.67; Edward 
Hcwe Martyn, 9,300.00; Mason, Foulds, Arnup, Walter and Weir, 5,894.79; 
Charles Matthews, 2,345.00; Thos. Henry A. Matthews, 8,500.00; Wm. Melvin 
Maurer and Olive Maurer, 23,078.50; Edward Maxemiuk and Pearl Maxemiuk, 
2,000.00; Frank A. May and Rose E. May, 2,000.00; William A. McArthur, 
5,000.00; Norman McBlain and Jessie E. McBlain, 6,250.00; Donald H. McCabe, 
3,200.00; Richard Manson McCann and Adeline J. McCann, 20,500.00; John 
I. McCarron and Loretta S. McCarron, 4,500.00; McClellan & Hilts Ltd., 
7,713.70; Bertha Louise McClenaghan, 3,504.57; Thomas McColl, 10,483.05; 
Hubert Ballard McConnell, 4,012.00; Daniel P. McConville and Olive M. 
McConville, 4,500.00; William Alex McCormack and Beatrice V. McCormack, 
25,000.00; Ernest C. McCormick, 5,200.00; James Newman McCormick and 
Charles Edwin Harold McCormick, 14,500.00; John James McCormick, 2,200.00; 
William Turnbull McCormick, 3,237.78; Edna Marion McCracken and William 
Ross McCracken, 7,000.00; Isaac McCready, 49,000.00; Charles McCullough, 
2,500.00; Amelia Marcella McDonald, 4,000.00; Donald J. McEwen and Olive 
T. McEwen, 10,993.50; Robert C. McFarland, 13,737.47; Allan Blain McFarlane 
and Thelma Clara McFarlane, 6,500.00; Edward McGrady, 2,500.00; Murray 
McGugan, 6,500.00; Melville Alexander McHolm and Marjorie C. McHolm, 
6,500.00; Gordon J. Mcintosh and Helen Mcintosh, 5,000.00; Russell William 
McKechnie and Bertram Maud McKechnie, 4,000.00; Wm. McKechnie, 
5,000.00; Vincent Patrick McKeown and Blanche Edna McKeown, 22,430.52; 
James P. McKey and Phyllis C. McKey, 7,997.73; William W. McLaren, 
4 000.00; John G. McLean, 15,000.00; Peter C. McLean, 33,437.35; Samuel 
R. McLean, 30,000.00; Ross McMahon, 3,455.00; Louisa McMichael, 3,070.00; 
John Benson McMillen, 2,500.00; Hester Agnes McNairn and Robert Harvev 
McNairn, 2,851.20; Isaac McNeilly and Mildred E. McNeillv, 7,878.52; Charles 
Edward McPhail, 24,200.00; William F. McPherson, 2,000.00; Ida McRae, 
3 500.00; Webster McTaggart, 9,069.37; John McVicar, 13,300.00; Charles 
Elwyn McWhirter and Inez Aleita McWhirter, 2,300.00; Cecil Charles Med- 
hurst and Florence Alberta Medhurst, 2,400.00; James Ewens Meikle and 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 17 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

Helen Argyle Meikle, 34,500.00; Armand Menard, 3,750.00; Clifford Metcalf 
and Sadie Jane Metcalf, 47,950.68; John Michalchuk and Christina Michalchuk, 
2,425.60; Thomas Edward Middleton and Eileen Middleton, 4,000.00; Timothy 
Milco and Annie Milco, 9,440.84; August Miller, 7,100.00; Grant Miller and 
Pearl Ida Miller, 2,200.00; Harris R. Miller, 6,000.00; John Carl Miller, 6,500.00; 
Max W. Miller, 7,350.00; Peter Egerton Ryerson Miller and Florence M. Miller, 
19,000.00; Sandford Miller, 6,855.00; William Miller, 2,250.00; Clarence Albert 
Milligan, 18,500.00; Percy Allan Millious, 13,500.00; George R. Mills and Ida 
May Mills, 2,307.25; Mike Minarchik and Mary Minarchik, 2,160.00; Mis- 
sissaugua Golf and Country Club Ltd., 13,645.00; Charles D. Mitchell and 
Isabelle A. Mitchell, 11,200.00; James T. Mocon and Katherine Mocon, 3,400.00; 
Abe Mono, 6,800.00; Cuthbert Moody and Sarah Alice Moody, 5,500.00; 
Cecil Ira Moore, George Albert Moore and Erwin Moore, 4,796.14; Gordon 
Albert Moore, 2,800.00; Mary A. Moore and Isabella [ane Reid, 11,129.59; 
Matilda Kathleen Moore, 4,000.00; Samuel Gordon Moore, 4,000.00; G. Hardy 
Morden, 2,800.00; Percy H. Morford and Pearl L. Morford, 5,600.00; David 
J. Morland, 9,467.04; Robert C. Morris and Erne E. Morris, 5,500.00; Wilfrid 
T. Morris, 9,572.67; Samuel Morrison and Mabel E. Morrison, 2,200.00; Mary 
Ann Morrow, Stanley A. Morrow and Victor D. Morrow, 4,500.00; John Morten- 
sen and Ida Mortensen, 105,049.40; Mortex Corporation Ltd., 14,997.00; 
Roscoe C. Mortson and Catherine A. Mortson, 2,936.60; Robert Jack Mowling 
and Helen Lillias Mowling, 5,074.66; Charles Muirhead, 3,976.09; Albert Mulder 
and Willempje Mulder, 2,500.00; Harrv Mundt, 2,404,59; Wallace Mundt, 
2,540.00; Kenneth E. Munro, 13,200.99; William lames Munroe, 4,578.48; 
Daniel Joseph Murphy, 3,525.00; James David Murray, 33,571.75; Leon 
Muzyka, 18,500.00; Andrew Larsen Mygen, 8,555.29; 

National Trust Co.. Ltd., 14,000.00; George H. Neals, 2,750.00; Lafayette Henry 
Nelles, 5,000.00; Myrtle Alice Nelson, 2,000.00; Harry S. Newman and Alexandra 
Newman, 11,469.62; John C. Newton and Gladys C. Newton, 6,000.00; Marion 
G. Noble and Clarence E. Noble, 3.000.00; Earl Raymond Norrie and Dorothy 
Elizabeth Norrie, 2,300.00; 

Oakdale Construction Co., Ltd., 15,000.00; Naomi Oakes, 45,918.47; James F. 
Ogden, 12,250.00; James F. Oldham Estate, 23,400.00; Olivet Church of the 
New Jerusalem, 24,080.00; Ontario Jockey Club Ltd., 145,000.00; Elizabeth 
Marie Orris, 2,600.00; Horace Edwin Alfred Osborn and Lillian Elizabeth 
F. Osborn, 11,000.00; Frederick R. Osborne and Gertrude E. Osborne, 50,344.60; 
Lome Ostrom and Florence Ostrom, 4,000.00; Joseph Ostryhon and Helen 
Ostryhon, 5,000.00; Raymond Joseph O'Toole and Mary Barbara Joan O'Toole, 
13,000.00; City of Ottawa, 3,196.59; Ottawa Commercial Realties Ltd., 4,550.00; 
William Leo Oulehan, Thomas Edward Oulehan and Michael John Oulehan, 
3,000.00; Frank George Ovens, 3,500.00; Margaret Jane Ovens, 14,602.80; 

Page, David Alan, and Mary Ellen, 4,000.00; George Oliver Paquette and 
Marguerite Lillian Paquette, 2,200.00; Paul Emile Parisien and Dolores Parisien, 
9,136.00; Florence Parker, 2,000.00; Lawrence Parker, 4,482.22; Ossie Frank 
Parker and Frances Parker, 2,700.00; Wm. Parker and Ethel C. Parker, 7,496.49; 
Charles Parm, 25,000.00; Charles Parm and Ruth Parm, 34,340.75; Russell 
Passingham, 4,296.00; Steve Patrick and Josie Patrick, 32,830.48; Dean Murdock 
Paul and Marguerite Paul, 3,000.00; Joseph Thomas Payant, 6,000.00; Theodore 
Peacock and Thereasa Peacock, 9,000.00; Adelaide C. Pearson, 68,000.00; 
Michael Pecoskie, 7,700.00; Edward James Penfold, 2,500.00; James Pengillev, 
Jr., 12,800.00; Carl Barlow Percival, 6,178.70; Oscar Perkins, 4,625.00; Arthur 
James Perry and Winnifred Perry, 10,500.00; Frank Albert Perry and Doris 
Perry, 2,500.00; Edward Petersen and Willard Petersen, 2,400.00; Peter A. 
Petersen Estate, Edward Petersen and Willard Petersen, 3,600.00; William A. 
Pettit, 8,000.00; Douglas Ray Phillips, 3,500.00; Rupert M. Pickett, 10,944.00; 
Township of Pittsburgh, School Section No. 8, 7,500.00; Amos Peter Pletsch, 
2,200.00; Robert Wilbert Pogue, 2,450.00; Arnold Poole, 5,976.45; Sydney 
George Potter and Sydnev Charles Potter, 6,383.00; Rees K. Powell and Andree 
M. Powell, 15,600.00; Samuel J. R. Powell, 5,700.00; C. Hartwell Powers, 
5,867.25; Stanley Frederick Price, 10,000.00; William Everett Price, 5,000.00; 
Carman Pringle and Elizabeth G. Pringle, 2,000.00; Harold W. Pringle, 14.000.00; 
Harrv L. Pringle, 10,000.00; William Ryerson Pringle and Isabella Pringle 
4,000.00; Wilfred Prudhomme and Cecile Prudhomrne, 10,500.00; 



F 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 
Quinlan, Edward, 4,000.00; 

Raby, Frederick John and Hilda Raby, 11,000.00; George William Radage, 
11,909.68; Dina Radicioni, 18,367.80; Joseph Raguth and Marie Raguth, 
3,687.95; Rainy Valley Co-Operative Trading Co., Ltd., 3,163.34; A. Francis 
Ralph, 7,123.36; Harold E. Randell and Olive B. Randell, 24,000.00; Walter 
Victor Rands and Hazel A. Rands, 8,140.00; Franklin L. Ray, 15,000.00; Receiver 
General of Canada, 314,129.76; Harry Victor Redden and Mary E. Kingston, 
4,357.00; Rocco Regina, James Regina and Peter Regina, 22,931.05; Andrew 
Reichrath, 3,000.00; Joshua S. Reid and Florence A. Reid, 11,500.00; Mark 
Reingold and Nathan Louis Lewis Estate, 17,900.00; Reliance Petroleum Ltd., 
10,500.00; Edward A. Remus and Arpa Remus, 7,566.78; Rexdale Investments 
Ltd., 195,000.00; Daniel Reynolds and Violet Reynolds, 20,974.19; William 
Basil Richardson, 27,500.00; William Johanes Rijk and Marinus Rijk, 17,000.00; 
Leonard David Riseley, 8,000.00; Charles Robertson, 2,000.00; Roy E. Robert- 
son and Nellie A. Robertson, 5,000.00; Mary Jane Robins Estate, 2,308.00; 
T. Edward Robinson, 10,000.00; William Roy Robinson and Luva Dorothy 
Robinson, 8,065.75; Allan Robson, 2,662.00; Fred Robson, 6,625.00; William 
Ralph Robson, 6,100.00; Clarence Roehl, 5,000.00; William Henry Rogers, 
32,000.00; Marie Rolland, 8,000.00; L. S. Ross Enterprises Ltd., and S. C. 
Lightle Enterprises Ltd., 2,000.00; Elgin Roth and Violet Roth, 5,000.00; 
William Roth, 33,500.00; Stanley Allin Rowe, 3,509.37; Joshua Rowsome, 
2,531.00; Margaret Davina Ruck, 3,000.00; Doran C. Runions and Catherine 
Runions, 13,125.00; Herbie Rusaw and Mauretta J. Rusaw, 4,700.00; Flossie 
A. Russell, 2,987.95; Frank Arthur Russell, 13,500.00; 

St. Jerome's College, 52,000.00; Trustees of St. John's Lutheran Church, 2,050.00; 
Rufus J. St. Louis and Hazel St. Louis, 2,300.00; Edward A. Sargent and Mary 
A. Sargent, 2,200.00; Earl George Sawyer, 4,500.00; James Earl Sayeau and 
Margaret Sayeau, 12,018.33; Leslie Schimmens, 2,500.00; Glen Milton Scott 
and Marguerite Delia Scott, 3,050.00; John L. Scott, 3,750.00; Walter Scouten 
and Myrtle J. Scouten, 5,800.00; Alexandre Seguin and Aldea Seguin, 20,000.00; 
Martin R. Sell, 4,013.15; Annie Serviss, 10,000.00; Ella Margaret Sexsmith 
Estate and Joseph Sexsmith Estate, 2,000.00; Peter Moffatt Sexsmith, 13,000.00; 
George H. Shakespeare, 25,247.18; Harry Shantz, 4,000.00; Frank Sharf and 
Rose Sharf, 5,500.00; Frederick Finley Sharpe and Grace Gwendolyn Sharpe, 
4,800.00; William Bristol Sharpe and Helen Annie Sharpe, 5,026.73; Aquila 
Sharrow, 2,500.00; Mabel A. Shaw, 9,522.21; Cecil L. Sheldon, 2,412.20; Shell 
Oil Co. of Canada Ltd., 6,250.00; Sheridan Nurseries Ltd., 57,338.76; Clifton 
W. Sherman Estate, 26,000.00; Frederick Luke Sherry, 12,000.00; Rowena 
Elizabeth Sherry, 11,000.00; Helen Junia Shetler, 2,000.00; Shields Construction 
Co., Ltd., 4,000.00; Edmund Ross Shiells, 8,500.00; Solomon Shoichet, 8,500.00; 
Shortill and Hodgkins Ltd., 2,950.00; Toivo Siistonen, 29,035.00; Ernest Silver 
and Betty May Silver, 2,500.00; Henry Edgar Simpson, 2,750.00; Kathleen A. 
Simpson, 2,750.00; Wilbur A. Simpson and Gladys E. Simpson, 2,900.00; 
Alfred John Skeans and Kathleen Edna Skeans, 29,915.44; John Francis Skellv, 
12,500.00; D wight Slater and Reta B. Slater, 6,000.00; Reta Bernice Slater, 
9,274.31; Annie A. Smale and Eva M. Peart Estate, 18,136.00; William James 
Small, 3,500.00; Alexander Hope Smith Estate, 2,500.00; Barbara E. Smith, 
4,000.00; Donald D. Smith and Norma J. Smith, 11,000.00; Gillian L. Smith, 
5,354.98; Harvey Nelson Smith and Helen G. Smith, 2,500.00; Jerdie Smith, 
25,000.00; Marion Smith, 2,000.00; Mary Edith Smith and Albert George 
Smith, 10,000.00; Ormond Smith and May Eleanor Smith, 2,150.00; William 
F. P. Smith, 2,002.00; Wm. Norman Smith, 2,500.00; Percy Snell, 4,160.50; 
Howard Nathaniel Sneyd, 13,500.00; Ezra Snider and Hellen H. Snider, 5,675.00; 
Anthony Sokoloski, 5,000.00; Roy Amey Somerville and Marie Sadie Somer- 
ville, 2,500.00; Steve Soos, Arthur Iarmarino and Mario Ruffolo, 2,250.00; 
Sam Sorbara, 5,000.00; P. Sorichetti and M. Sorichetti, 3,000.00; David Freeman 
Sovereign, 64,557.00; Earl Freeman Sovereign, 172,390.00; Louis William 
Spencer, 96,081.80; George Howard Spratt and Mary Eileen Spratt, 2,140.00; 
Archie Melville Sproule, 7,689.75; Percy Hugh Sproule and Alva Gertrude 
Sproule, 12,000.00; Anthony Stachel and Aniela Stachel, 3,250.00; Wesley 
Stad ey and Isobel Stadey, 5,501.00; Earl Kitchener Stanford and Eleanor Jean 
Stanford, 6,007.32; Paul Stephen and Olga Stephen, 12,000.00; Gordon A. 
Stephens, 2,616.00; Clifford Lyverne Stephenson and Madeline Norma Stephen- 
son, 12,5 00.00; Sterling Construction Co., Ltd., 4,000.00; Ada M. Stewart, 
24,000.00; David C. Stewart and Jean G. Stewart and Walter D. Stewart, 
30,000.00; Ella Jane Stewart, 8,000.00; Nellie Stinchcombe, 3,500.00; James 



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Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

Louis Stonehouse and Olive G. Stonehouse, 8,813.08; William J. Stonehouse, 
7,582.00; James Francis Strachan and Pearl Strachan, 38,807.64; Clarence 
Straus and Barbara Straus, 27,967.48; Strong Agricultural Society, 5,000.00; 
Sudbury Memorial Hospital, 25,000.00; Supertest Petroleum Corporation Ltd., 
18,501.70; Wilfred L. Sutherland, 9,996.61; Robert A. Sutton, 4,000.00; Harold 
Chester Sutton, 2,200.00; Sylvester Steel Products Co., Ltd., 3,900.00; Inez 
Louise Symons, 12,000.00; Ferdinand Szidon and Use Szidon, 5,300.00; 

Tackaberry, Roy Allan and Dorothy Maria Tackaberry, 2,500.00; Joseph Takacs 
and Elizabeth Takacs, 20,000.00; Tamahaac Club, 4,200.00; Grace Tasker, 
22,000.00; Frank Taylor, 5,000.00; John Alexander MacDonald Taylor, 6,500.00; 
Vernon A. Taylor and Mable Taylor, 10,000.00; Robert N. Telford and Marion 
I. Telford, 2,800.00; Arthur Therrien, 21,000.00; Alexander Thomas, 45,000.00; 
Francis Alexander Thomas, 13,750.00; Cecil A. Thompson and Ethel Thompson, 
7,500.00; Enoch Thompson, 3,000.00; Thomson Co. Ltd., 16,500.00; Kenneth 
Roy Thomson, 6,800.00; William M. Thomson, 21,000.00; Edward Thurlow, 
4,000.00; Murray Tibando, Ross Tibando and Maria Tibando, 12,000.00; 
Arthur George Tizzard, 47,500.00; Incorporated Synod of the Diocese of Toronto, 
6,050.00; Toronto General Trusts Corporation, 2,164.90; Toronto General 
Trusts Corporation, Executors of John F. Sowards Estate, 4,000.00; Metro- 
politan Toronto Separate School Board, 17,800.00; Municipality of Metro- 
politan Toronto, 4,869.00; Romeo Trahan, 4,001.22; William E. Tregenza, 
4,500.00; Alfred Wesley Tremain, 3,500.00; John P. Trenwith, 20,000.00; 
Wm. A. Trenwith, Wra. H. Trenwith and John Williams, 2,000.00; Truscon 
Steel Co. of Canada Ltd., 16,416.00; Catharine Truscott Estate, 3,050.00; 
Trustee! Corporation (Canada) Ltd., 5,375.00; Louei Tsaparis, 2,100.00; Robert 
A. Tucker and Ruby M. Tucker, 2,800.00; Hugh L. Tunney and Thomas J. 
Tunnev, 6,240.00; Frank Tutak and Dorothy Tutak, 2,100.00; Ernest L. 
Tyrrell and Annie C. Tyrrell, 85,000.00; Janet McLintock Tvrrell, 24,050.00; 
Robert William Tyrrell, 24,494.91; 

Ungar, John G. Estate, 10,500.00; John Gerald Usborne and Francis Floyd Us- 
borne, 5,500.00; 

Vachon, Rene A. 2,000.00; Kenneth J. Valentine, 4,415.30; Arthur Eisner Van 
Alstyne and Mary Louisa Marietta Van Alstyne, 18,000.00; Clarence Edmund 
Van Alstyne, 18,700.00; Walter Harvey Vance and Victoria Vance, 8,500.00; 
George Van Dam, 2,000.00; Nicholas Van Luyk, 15,000.00; Robert Van Mc- 
Knight, 7,500.00; Willem Van Veldhuisen and Gerritje Van Veldhuisen, 2,500.00; 
Inne Vanderwoude, 2,500.00; Everett Vanramshorst, Maria Vanramshorst and 
Ernest Abraham Sharp, 9,500.00; Llovd Vanstone, 3,623.40; Sheldon T. Vass, 
2,600.00; Arthur Viney, 153,000.00; 

Waddell, William C, 5,306.80; Frederick O. Wade, 5,000.00; Wilfred Wade, 
51,720.00; Harold Wagner, 4,500.00; Frederick Wales and Florence Helena 
Wales, 2,500.00; Genevieve Ann Walker and James Garnet W'alker, 17,500.00; 
Charles G. Wallace and Fern Wallace, 3,600.00; George Wallis and Emily 
Wallis, 2,250.00; Arthur Raymond Ward and Marion Jean Ward, 3,000.00; 
Chester W 7 arren, 3,000.00; Morris Wasser, 11,550.00; Orval John Wassman, 
35,000.00; Ross M. Watson, 20,000.00; Stephen J. Watson, 4,789.00; Howard 
Watt, 10,025.11; Floyd Watts, 6,000.00; Donald Mowat Weatherson and Wy- 
lanne Elizabeth Vveatherson, 7,000.00; Bernard J. Webb and Verna L. Webb, 
27,000.00; Kenneth G. Webb and Emma Bernice Webb, 4,000.00; Albert Week- 
worth, 2,414.91; Roy M. Weeks and Marion Lucille Weeks, 10,750.00; Isadore 
Weisz and Bertha Weisz, 4,000.00; Edwin H. Wells, 25,000.00; Raymond 
Werner, 25,500.00; Kenneth N. West and Joyce West, 4,500.00; Township 
of Westminster, School Section No. 15, 13,000.00; John C. Whaley, 13,602.00; 
Ormiston C. Whaley, 120,374.00; Helena M. White, 15,000.00; Hilton J. White 
and F. Emily White, 5,800.00; Nettie White, 20,601.00; Thomas White, 4,300.00; 
Henry Thomas Whitney, 31,005.00; Township of Widdifield, 3,000.00; Gladys 
Wigg, 6,500.00; Walter S. Wigle, 7,700.00; Wilberforce Veneer and Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 5,400.00; Louisa Wildfong, 7,964.22; Harry George William Wiley 
and Clara Victoria Wiley, 2,675.00; Wilgar Developments Ltd., 2,997.25; 
Jacob Willick, Estate, 4,126.02; John E. Wilson, 10,300.00; John Thomas 
Wilson, 6,529.42; William George Wilson, 11,042.77; Henry Wellington Wingrove, 
8,750.00; Edward Hubert Witmer and Elmina Witmer, 2,800.00; Helen B. Wood, 
15,000.00; Robert J. Wood, 6,000.00; Robert O. Wood and Keitha Inez Wood, 

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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Property for Right-of-Way, Damages, etc. — Continued 

6,911.80; Woodhaven Park Realty Ltd., 2,300.00; Eldon Mervin Woods, 
5,500.00; Lorenzo Dov/ Wood worth, 19,765.00; Ernest J. Workman, 2,006.71; 
Thomas Henry Worthington and Betty A. Worthington, 16,552.32; Ernest 
Almond Wright, 12,000.00; Lucy Wright, 2,000.00; Wallace D. Wright, 3,000.00; 

Yaroscavitch, Mary, 3,020.55; James Neil Yates, 2,500.00; Township of North 
York, 5,102.17; Charles Young and Mary AiLeen Young, 5,000.00; George 
H. Young and Marian Young, 2,200.00; 

Zajac, Andrew and Aniela Zajac, 10,500.00; Norman Zehr, 4,093.20; Zelco Develop- 
ment Co., Ltd., 6,857.50; Fred Zimmer, 4,500.00; Joseph Zverina, 6,000.00; 

Accounts under $2,000, 1,319,533.85. 

Total 13,774,976 14 

Contracts: 

Aberdeen Rentals & Contractors, No. 55-192, Bridge No. 1, reinforcing steel 
cages, Highway No. 401 at Highway No. 74, Township of Westminster, 7,441.50; 
Aiken & MacLachlan Ltd., No. 55-110, new Bridge, Highway No. 69, Wanapitei 
River, 42,999.70; No. 55-271, Bridge No. 7 and approaches, County Road, 
Township of Murray, west of Trent River, 71,946.00; No. 56-48, Township 
of Nelson, Bridge F.W. 1, Queen Elizabeth Way, 0.5 miles north of Freeman, 
104,540.70; Leo. Alarie & Sons, No. 54-149, clearing, Highway No. 11 Matheson 
to Porquis Junction, 1,262.64; No. 55-58, Driftwood River Bridge, Highway 
No. 11, west of Monteith, 32,349.14; No. 55-600, grading, culverts, granular 
base and structure, Highway No. 65, Evanturel Creek Diversion, 121,216.60; 
Antici Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-87, grading, culverts and granular base, 
6.5 miles, Highway No. 86, Molesworth west, 127,744.20; No. 56-28, grading, 
culverts and granular base, 4.6 miles, Highway No. 401, West limits of C.N.R. 
right-of-way to north of Trenton, westerly, 126,761.34; Armstrong Bros. Co., 
Ltd., No. 55-86, grading, culverts and granular base, 5.77 miles, Highway 
No. 86, Dorking easterly, 150,375.32; No. 55-125, grading, culverts and granular 
base, 6.9 miles, Highway No. 19, Mount Elgin to Ingersoll, 241,468.77; No. 
56-202, grading and culverts, 2.9 miles, Highway No. 401, from Etobicoke 
Creek, westerly to the east end of Highway No. 10 interchange, 37,136.70; 
Geo. Armstrong Co., Ltd., No. 56-379, crushed gravel, Highway No. 70, Sioux 
Narrows to Finland, Sec. Road 615 Blackhawk to Clearwater Lake, Sec. Road 
617 Stratton to North Branch, 49,999.68. 

Bailey Construction Co., Ltd., No. 54-67, bridge and approaches, Highway No. 
401, Leslie Street and C.N.R., 1,075.94; No. 55-269, Bridge No. 13, Highway 
No. 401, west bound lane at Highway No. 3 underpass, Township of Sandwich 
South, 67,793.11; No. 56-42, structure, grading and hot mix paving, Queen 
Elizabeth Way, Windermere overpass, 90,741.18; No. 56-127, structure, grading, 
granular base and hot mix paving, Highway No. 69, Black River 4 miles south 
of Washago, 71,193.33; Barnett-McQueen Co., Ltd., No. 56-20, structure, 
Highway No. 17, Little Pic River Bridge, 394,692.25; K. J. Beamish Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., No. 53-398, resurfacing 13.1 miles, Highway No. 7, Hillhead 
to Fowler's Corners, 8,452.94; No. 54-17, grading and culverts, 5.01 miles, 
Highway No. 5, Clappison's Corners, west, 35,069.93; No. 54-370, surface 
treatment, Kingston District, 5,099.43; No. 55-62, grading, culverts, granular 
base and hot mix paving, 10.99 miles, Highways 12 & 7A, Brooklin-Manchester, 
205,869.20; No. 55-63, hot mix paving, curb and gutter, Highway 401, Bowman- 
ville Interchange, 6,459.93; No. 55-244, granular base and hot mix paving, 
Storage Area and Parking Lots D.H.O. Downsview Building, 38,750.13; No. 
55-438, resurfacing and granular base, 12.86 miles, Highway No. 12, Waubau- 
shene to Midland, 241,521.82; No. 55-484, winter sanding, Toronto District, 
22,288.66; No. 55-491, resurfacing, 8.65 miles, Highway No. 48, Sutton-Port 
Bolster, 51,770.02; No. 56-55, hot mix paving, 7.3 miles, Highway No. 35, 
Lindsay South, 29,512.50; No. 56-81, hot mix paving, 6.4 miles, Highway No. 46, 
Eldon Station to Kirkfield, 75,107.60; No. 56-180, structure, grading, culverts, 
granular base and hot mix paving, 1.25 miles, Highway No. 2 Diversion at 
Grafton Cemetery corner and Shelter Valley Creek, 3,587.02; No. 56-184, 
structure, grading and culverts, 2.6 miles, Highway No. 401, from Highway 
No. 27, west to Etobicoke Creek and Township of Etobicoke, Bridge No. 9, 



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Contracts — Con tin ued 









17,894.70; No. 56-304, prime dust layer, Toronto District, 15,998.93; A. Beau- 
clair, No. 55-513, bridge painting, London District, 1,972.00; No. 55-514, 
bridge painting, Stratford District, 3,775.00; Beckwith Construction Co., 
Ltd., No. 55-100, Hazley Bay Bridge, new Road, Allumette Island bridge 
approach, 29,761.70; Bedford Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-516, bridge 
painting, Toronto District, 24,864.00; Belisle Paving & Construction Ltd., 
No. 55-287, clearing, Highway No. 17, from 10 miles east of White River, 
34,795.80; No. 56-51, clearing 5.75 miles, Access Road from 15 miles south 
of Nakina, 20,196.00; Bergmann Construction Co., Ltd., No. 50-21 grading 
and culverts, 5.25 miles, Highway No. 69, French River south, 134,115.94; 
No. 52-48, grading and culverts, 6 miles, Highway No. 11, Beardmore to 
Nezah, 8,564.21; No. 52-118, grading and culverts, 40 miles, Savant Lake 
Road, Neck Lake to Doghole Bay, 102,474.90; Bertrand & Frere Construction 
Co., Ltd., No. 56-318, crushed gravel, Highway No. 31, Hawkesbury to Mac- 
rimmons, 8,397.42; Billie Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-89, grading, culverts 
and granular base, 4.2 miles, Highway No. 31, 3 miles south of Greeleys to 
1 mile north, 141,209.43; R. A. Blyth, No. 50-196, Sturgeon Falls Bridge, 
Highway No. 17, Township of Springer, 82.34; No. 52-39, bridge, North 
River Bridge, Highway No. 36, Bobcaygeon, 12.97; No. 52-42, LaVasse Creek 
Bridge and C.P.R. Overhead, Highway No. 11, North Bay By-Pass, 69.11; 
No. 53-04, Young's Point Bridge and approaches, Highway No. 28, 14,114.76; 
No. 54-31, Portage Creek Bridge, Highway No. 69, Township of Humphry, 
132.76; No. 54-42, Bridge No. 18, Division Street, Highway No. 401, Kingston 
By-Pass, 10,934.14; No. 54-44, Bala Bridge, Highway No. 69, 6,879.84; No. 
54-54, Oxford West Bridge No. 10, at Highway No. 19, London By-Pass, 4,038.18; 
No. 54-124, bridge deck and approaches, Highway No. 17, Mississippi River 
Bridge, 3,402.73; No. 54-144, C.P.R. overhead, Highway No. 115, near New- 
castle, 10,259.53; No. 55-04, new structure, grading and hot mix, Highway 
No. 85, Conestogo River at St. Jacobs, 18,777.98; No. 55-09, new structure, 
Highway No. 17, Spanish River, west of Nairn, 48,582.43; No. 55-40, new 
bridge and approaches, Highway No. 17, C.P.R. Overhead, west of Nairn, 
33,664.83; No. 55-167, new bridge, Highway No. 401, Township of Pittsburgh, 
Bridge No. 1, 47,938.95; No. 55-191, stone rip-rap, Highway No. 40, various 
locations, St. Clair River, Townships of Sombra and Moore, 58,674.34; No. 
55-193, pile test, Highway No. 17, Birch Creek (Webbwood) Highway No. 68, 
Spanish River at Espanola, 15,842.78; No. 55-246, new bridge, Highway 
No. 36, south bridge over .Bobcaygeon River, 70,508.02; No. 55-264, new 
bridge, Highway No. 401, Township of Sidney, Bridges 1 and 2, Trent River 
Crossing and Highway No. 33 Overpass, 301,536.55; No. 55-477, winter sanding, 
Port Hope District, 3,041.47; Project 6-1774, grading and granular base, 
Highway No. 401, ramp and parking lot for scale house near Bowmanville, 
21,970.90; No. 56-102, structure, Highway No. 17, Birch Creek (West of 
Webbwood), 1,611.77; No. 56-106, granular base and culverts 5.4 miles, 
Highway No. 11, Orillia By-Pass, Washago By-Pass, 92,044.75; No. 56-319, 
crushed gravel, Highway No. 16, Beckett's Landing to Johnston, 7,892.69; 
No. 56-322, crushed gravel, Highways 35 and 121, Fenelon Falls to Fells 
Station, Powles Corners to Junction Highway No. 35A, 8,390.59; No. 56-327, 
crushed gravel, Highways 2, 24, and 24A, Paris, St. George, Waterford, 
9,396.01; No. 56-334, crushed gravel, Sec. Road No. 520, Burk's Falls to Mag- 
netawan, 10,756.94; No. 56-335, crushed gravel, Highway No. 48, Baldwin to 
Ballantrae, 17,388.22; No. 56-405, crushed gravel, Sec. Road No. 541, Highway 
No. 17 to Falconbridge and Skead, 10,300.00; No. 56-407, crushed gravel, 
Highway No. 17, Sault Ste. Marie easterly, 14,175.80; No. 56-408, crushed 
gravel, various locations, vicinity of Blind River, 12,125.71; No. 56-425, winter 
sanding, Hamilton District, 66,202.20; No. 56-442, winter sanding, Port Hope 
District, 31,926.60; George Boc Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-218, new bridge, 
grading approaches and hot mix paving, Highway No. 401, McGowan's Road 
Underpass to Toronto By-Pass, 137,777.66; No. 56-79, new structure, Wasi 
River Crossing, Highway No. It, 40,738.99; J. E. Bond, Ltd., No. 48-98, 
grading and culverts, Highway No. 70, Finland south, 8,412.46; No. 56-380, 
crushed gravel, Highway No. 105, Bug River, Red Lake, Highway No. 125, 
Junction 105 and 125, Airport Road, Sec. Road No. 618, Red Lake, Madsen, 
54,979.24; No. 56-382, crushed gravel, Highway No. 72, Dinorwic, Sioux Look- 
out, Highway No. 116, Patricia Corners, Hudson, 62,490.70; Jack Both, Ltd., 
No. 56-33 grading, culverts and granular base 7.4 miles, Dev. Road, Cobden 
to Kelly's Inn and Snake River Bridge, 73,530.64; Bramall & Co., Construction 
Ltd., No. 55-275, clearing and fencing, 2.6 miles, Highway No. 2, Port Credit 
to Clarkson, 1,124.26; Brennan Paving Co., Ltd., Project 5-3819, resurfacing, 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

Highway No. 400, Barrie By-Pass, 785.45; No. 55-96, grading, culverts, granular 
base and hot mix paving, 1.8 miles, Highway No. 6, Hamilton City Limits, 
328,122.39; No. 55-106, hot mix paving, granular base and bridge extension, 
3.6 miles, Highway No. 73, Lyons northerly, 8,576.10; No. 55-230, hot mix 
paving, 5 miles, Highway No. 401, from 0.9 miles east of Highway No. 19 
to 0.39 miles east of the west limits of Township of Dereham, 468,179.84; 
No. 55-245, granular base and hot mix paving, 3.12 miles, Highway No. 27, 
Richview Road to Rexdale Blvd., 236,535.59; No. 55-430, hot mix resurfacing, 
10 miles, Highway No. 27, 1 mile south of Wye Bridge, 33,264.22; No. 55-446, 
resurfacing, 11.4 miles, Highway No. 4, Blyth to Wingham, 127,089.50; No. 55- 
449, resurfacing, 9 miles, Highway No. 33, Trenton to Consecon, 38,357.73; 
No. 56-09, hot mix paving 6.02 miles, Highway No. 6, Kenilworth to Mount 
Forest, 68,608.78; No. 56-56, hot mix paving, 10.13 miles, Highway No. 8, 
Mitchell to Seaforth, hot mix patching, 10.60 miles, Highway No. 23, 171,452.91 ; 
No. 56-376, resurfacing, 9.76 miles, Highway No. 28, Lakefield to Burleigh 
Falls, 73,999.28; No. 56-424, winter sanding, Hamilton District, 30,303.90; 
No. 56-431, winter sanding, Hamilton District, 45,604.80; Bridge & Tank 
Co. of Canada Ltd., No. 55-184, structural steel, C.N.R. Overhead at Novar, 
34,790.00; No. 55-202, structural steel, superstructure, Burlington High-Level 
Bridge, 386,635.50; Donald T. Brunton, No. 55-602, 2 creosoted timber structures, 
Highway No. 11, 50 and 54 miles west of Hearst, 19,851.57. 

Campbell Co., Ltd., George, No. 56-166, grading, culverts and granular base, 0.6 
miles, Highway No. 35, Horsekiller Hill, Township of Lutterworth, 37,843.20; 
Canada Grading & Structures Ltd., No. 54-143, Bridge No. 135, Highway No. 
401, Conlins Road Underpass, 4,723.69; No. 55-109, new bridge and grading, 
Highway No. 401, C.P.R. Overhead, Scarborough Township, 116,415.51; 
Canadian Bridge Co., Ltd., No. 55-131 structural steel, Matawin River Bridge, 
Highway No. 17, 107,648.00; No. 55-140, structural steel, Bridge No. 1, Highway 
No. 401, Cataraqui River, Township of Pittsburgh, 278,854.00; No. 55-182, 
structural steel, Township of Thurlow, Bridge No. 6 over the C.N.R., Highway 
No. 401, 35,535.00; No. 55-257, structural steel, Bridges Nos. 8 and 9 over 
New York Central and Pere Marquette Railway Overhead, Township of Sand- 
wich South, Highway No. 401, 189,136.00; Canadian Steel Corporation Ltd., 
Project 5-1977, fencing, Department yard at Chatham, 5,285.39; Cardinal 
Construction Ltd., No. 56-316, crushed gravel, Highway No. 29, Almonte to 
Arnprior, 8,704.21; No. 56-317, crushed gravel, Highway No. 31, Morrisburg 
to Metcalfe Corners, 10,911.01; Fred Carson & Sons, No. 56-309, prime dust 
layer, North Bay District, 34,535.16; Cart Paving Co. Ltd., No. 55-20, concrete 
pavement and granular base, 7.69 miles, Highway No. 401, Highway No. 2, to 
Township of Rochester Townline, 212,893.43; Carter Construction Co., Ltd., 
No. 55-14, new bridge, grading, granular base and hot mix paving, Highway 
No. 115 at Highway No. 2, west of Newcastle, 187,362.11; No. 55-111, new 
bridge, grading and paving, Highway No. 401, Interchange, Tilbury west, 
Township Bridge No. 2, at Comber Side Road, 53,939.81; No. 56-41, grading, 
culverts and granular base, 6.1 miles, Highway No. 17, Manitoba Boundary 
easterly, 262,856.16; Caswell Construction Co., Ltd., No. 54-115, granular base 
and shouldering 8 miles, Highway No. 11, east of Long Lac, 269.24; No. 56-310, 
prime dust layer, New Liskeard District, 36,145.98; No. 56-355, crushed gravel, 
Highway No. 66, New Liskeard west for 8 miles, 11,875.65; Central Bridge 
Co., Ltd., No. 55-98, structural steel, McCowans Road Underpass, Highway 
No. 401, 17,100.00; No. 55-242, structural steel, Trent River Bridge, Highway 
No. 401, Township of Sidney, Bridges Nos. 1 and 2, 590,102.34; John Chisholm, 
No. 55-36, new bridge, West Hawkesbury Creek and C.N.R., 6,091.28; No. 55- 
237, new bridge, Highway No. 69, French River, Township of Bigwood, 1,596.96; 
No. 55-276, Prairie River Bridge, west of Ripple on C.N.R., Highway No. 17, 
30,244.50; No. 55-285, bridge, Steel River Bridge, Highway No. 17, 169,331.40; 
No. 56-105, structure, grading, granular and hot mix paving, Highway No. 2, 
Hoople Creek Bridge north of Dickinson's Landing, '32,998.50; Cole Haulage & 
Construction Ltd., No. 55-470, winter sanding, Hamilton District, 7,867.24; 
No. 55-475, winter sanding, Hamilton District, 6,540.35; A. Cope & Sons Ltd., 
No. 55-288, grading, granular base, paving and structure, Highway No. 402, 
Colbourne Road Overpass in Sarnia, 181,854.68; No. 55-378, hot mix resurfacing 
8.9 miles, Queen Elizabeth Way, Winona to Beamsville, 5,067.45; No. 56-103, 
granular base and hot mix paving, 2.02 miles, Highway No. 56, Binbrook 
southerly, 120,098.03; Cornell Construction Co., Ltd., No. 56-302, prime dust 
layer, Stratford District, 27,040.25; No. 56-413, screened sand, Stratford Dis- 
trict, 28,555.72; Cox Construction Ltd., No. 55-30, grading and culverts, hot 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

mix paving and granular base, 4.84 miles, Highway No. 5 east and west of 
Peter's Corners, 105,751.47; No. 55-234, granular base, hot mix pavement, 
culverts and stream diversion 5.2 miles, Highway No. 401, 0.61 miles west of 
Wellington Road to Highway No. 4 also one Cloverleaf and one Service Road, 
542,664.84; No. 55-469, winter sanding, Hamilton District, 7,353.75; Croydon 
Construction Ltd., No. 56-140, grading, gravel and culverts, 5 miles, Access 
Road, from 9 miles south of Nakina, 19,896.92; Curran & Briggs Ltd., No. 54- 
113, hot mix pavement and granular base, 2.9 miles, Highway No. 401, Weston 
Road, 15,340.53; No. 54-114, granular base, Highway No. 401, Dixon Road, 
23,654.65; No. 55-55, grading, culverts and granular base, 3.4 miles, Highway 
No. 27, Bell's Lake to Schomberg, 207,164.38; No. 55-66, grading, culverts and 
granular base, 5.41 miles, Highway No. 88, Bradford to Bondhead, 83,257.70; 
No. 55-129, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, Highway No. 
122, and Queen Elizabeth Way and Service Roads, Township of Trafalgar 9th 
line to 6th line, 429,732.75; No. 55-194, hot mix paving and granular base, 
Highway No. 401, east of Bayview Avenue, east of Don Mills Road, 424,188.00; 
No. 55-206, hot mix paving, 14.4 miles, Highway No. 69, north of French River, 
to Wanapitei River Bridge, 96,122.40; No. 55-283, grading, culverts, granular 
base, hot mix paving and structure, Orillia Bv-Pass Intersection at Highway 
No. 11, 199,521.26; No. 55-352, resurfacing, 8.54 miles, Queen Elizabeth Way, 
Henley Bridge east to 1.08 miles east of Homer Bridge and St. David's to 
Lundy's Lane, 8,941.60; No. 56-07, granular base and hot mix paving, Ontario 
Hospital, New Toronto, 20,453.71; No. 56-69, hot mix paving and sewers, 0.76 
miles in village of StoufTville, Highway No. 47, 121,849.40; No. 56-111, hot mix 
paving, 4.5 miles, Highway No. 11 from 6 miles west of Cochrane, 81,509.04; 
No. 56-139, grading, granular base and hot mix paving, 0.74 miles, Junction of 
Highway No. 121 and Highway No. 500, 33,944.65; No. 56-151, hot mix paving, 
Highway No. 2, (New) from 0.5 miles west of Moulinette to Highway No. 401, 
Aultsville, 108,044.98; No. 56-342, hot mix patching, various locations, Toronto 
District, 73,106.10; No. 56-374, hot mix patching, Highway No. 6, Chatsworth 
to Orchardville, Highway No. 21, Jackson to Chippewa, 67,789.11; No. 56-375, 
hot mix patching, Highway No. 15, Joyceville north, Highway No. 401, Gana- 
noque to Crystal Beach, Highway No. 42 Delta to Forfar, Highway No. 7, 
Perth to Bathurst, 94,287.33; No. 56-435, winter sanding, Toronto District, 
87,374.70. 

Darby, E. & Sons, Project 5-1768, sodding, 4 miles, Highway No. 4, Flesherton 
westerly, 8,345.07; Howard R. Davey, No. 55-289, new structure, Highway 
No. 15, Ashton Station C.P.R., Overhead, Township of Goulburn, 19,282.59; 
Dibblee Construction Co., Ltd., No. 54-19, grading and culverts, 7.8 miles, 
Highway No. 17, L'Orignal Overhead east, 44,756.61; No. 54-20, grading and 
culverts, 7.6 miles, Highway No. 17, Quebec Boundary west, 48,204.50; No. 55- 
79, new bridge and grading, 1 mile, Highway No. 34, south of Hawkesburv, 
82.177.93; No. 55-448, resurfacing, 12.8 miles, Highway No. 17, Greens Creek 
easterly, 172,101.46; No. 55-493, resurfacing, hot mix patching and granular 
base, 17.67 miles, Highways 34 and 17, Hawkesbury to McCrimmon's, 
208,438.36; No. 56-13, hot mix paving, 15.3 miles, Highway No. 17, L'Orignal to 
Quebec Boundary, 444,088.58; No. 56-109, grading, culverts, granular base and 
hot mix paving, 5.5 miles, Service Road, 1.5 miles east of Iroquois to west limits 
of Morrisburg, and Connecting Links to Highways 2 and 5, 69,609.12; No. 56- 
147, granular base and hot mix paving, 10.34 miles, Highways 2 and 401 from 
1.5 miles west of Iroquois easterly 3.7 miles and Connecting Link to Highway 401, 
Highway 401, from 0.14 miles west of Iroquois to 5.88 miles west of Iroquois, 
262,896.91; No. 56-148, granular base and hot mix paving, 10.08 miles, west of 
Aultsville, 379,699.95; No. 56-315, crushed gravel, Highway No. 17, Ottawa 
limits to Rockland, 10,581.58; Dinsmore Construction Ltd., No. 55-34, grading, 
culverts and granular base, 6.34 miles, Highway No. 46, Eldon Station side road 
to Kirkfield, 40,125.85; No. 55-59, new bridge, No. 7, Highway No. 401, Town- 
ship of Sandwich South at Highway No. 98, 13,974.28; No. 55-126, grading, 
culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, 5.01 miles, Highway No. 3, from 
lona to Wallacetown, 363,289.88; No. 55-272, Bridge No. 12, Highway No. 401 
and Middle Road, Township of Sandwich South, 54,888.12; No. 55-273, new- 
bridge No. 14, Highway No. 401 and diversion, Township of Sandwich South, 
59,820.43; No. 56-141, grading, culverts and granular base, 5.26 miles, Highway 
No. 7, Lindsay By-Pass, 2,145.60; Domex Co., Ltd., No. 55-216, grading, cul- 
verts, granular base, hot mix paving and bridge, Moira River, Highways 401 and 
14 Interchange, Township of Thurlow, Bridge No. 2, 97,768.19; No. 55-236, new 
bridge and approach fill, C.P.R. Overpass, New Road, from Pembroke to 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

Allumette Island, 42,415.55; No. 55-263, bridge, Township of Thurlow No. 6 
over C.N.R., Highway No. 401, 64,418.11; No. 55-277, Overhead C.P.R., High- 
way No. 69, Footes Bay, 45,291.17; No. 55-605, Overhead, C.P.R., Township 
of Tyendinaga, Bridge No. 3, Highway No. 401, 62,919.76; Dominion Bridge Co., 
Ltd., No. 55-200, superstructure, Burlington High Level Bridge, Queen 
Elizabeth Way, 567,557.82; Dowell Construction Co., Ltd., No. 54-61, culverts, 
Highway No. 11, Longlac easterly, 2,460.66; No. 54-62, culverts, concrete and 
creosoted timber, Longlac easterly, 611.02; No. 55-604, structure at Hoiles Creek, 
Highway No. 11, 26 miles east of Longlac, structure at Peturssen Creek, 51 
miles east of Longlac, 42,351.11; Drury Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-121, 
grading, culverts and granular base, 7.65 miles, Highway No. 66, Kirkland Lake 
to Highway No. 11, 362,947.66; Dufferin Construction Co., Ltd., No. 56-349, 
hot mix patching, vicinity of Jarvis and Hamilton, 88,856.90; No. 56-371, 
resurfacing, 1 mile, Highway No. 24, Town of Port Dover, 15,699.28; Dumfries 
Construction Co., Ltd., No. 53-34, grading and culverts, 4 miles, Highway No. 4, 
Flesherton west, 13,159.66; Durham Crushed Stone Ltd., No. 55-279, clearing, 
Highway No. 11, south Driftwood Corners, 6,107.80; No. 56-361, crushed 
gravel, Sec. Road, No. 540, Little Current to Gore Bay, 12,885.66; No. 56-391, 
crushed gravel, Highway No. 6, Park Head to 22 miles south of Tobermory, 
20,196.57; No. 56-402, crushed gravel, Sec. Road. No. 542, Tehkummah to 
Mindemoya, 12,705.84; No. 56-403, crushed gravel, Sec. Road, No. 540, Gore 
Bay to Meldrum Bay, 19,346.01; No. 56-404, crushed gravel, Sec. Roads, 542 
and 551, West Bay to Gore Bay via Mindemoya, 19,647.60. 

Eastern Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-133, bridge, Highway No. 401, Howard 
Avenue, Township of Sandwich West, 58,843.61; No. 55-134, Bridge No. 11, 
Highway No. 401, Township of Sandwich East, 2,100 feet west of Walker Road, 
39,326.46; Eastern Welding & Mfg. Ltd., No. 55-41, structural steel, Highway 
No. 401, Meadowvale Road Underpass, Bridge No. 135 (A), 28,554.00; No. 55- 
61, structural steel, Bridge, No. 401, Township of Tilbury West at County Road 
No. 13, 25,643.00; No. 55-75, structural steel for new bridge, No. 127, Highway 
401, C.P.R., Overhead, Township of Scarborough, 12,814.83; Colin F. Edie, 
No. 55-519, bridge painting, Huntsville District, 1,124.00; Elgin Construction 
Co., Ltd., No. 55-78, Underpass Bridge No. 1, Highway No. 401, Township of 
Westminster, 116,919.06; No. 56-218, structure, grading, granular base and hot 
mix paving, 1.109 miles, Sec. Road No. 208, Long Point Road Crossing at Big 
Creek, 10,485.81; Ellins Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-49, grading, culverts 
and granular base, 10 miles, Highway No. 17, Marathon East, 269,198.90; 
Evans Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 55-107, sodding, Toronto District, various 
locations, south of Highway No. 88, 6,686.15; No. 55-108, sodding, Toronto 
District, various locations, north of Highway No. 88, 13,999.53; No. 56-213, 
clearing 13.1 miles, Highway No. 17 from 15 miles north of Agawa north, 9,891.00. 

Fielding Construction (Sudbury) Ltd., No. 56-60, grading, culverts and granular 
base, 3.8 miles, Sec. Road No. 544, Murray Mine to Azilda, 125.772.31; Forbes 
Construction Co., No. 55-481, winter sanding, Toronto District, 23,059.02; 
No. 56-415, screened sand, various Highways, Owen Sound District north, 
10,381.42; No. 56-416, screened sand, various Highways, Owen Sound District 
south, 14,077.16; Foundation Co. of Ontario Ltd., No. 56-15, Lakeshore Express- 
way, T.T.C. Overpass, 142,027.15; No. 56-62, Lakeshore Expressway over 
Queen Elizabeth Way, westbound lane, Ramp A, 60,087.82; Fowler Construction 
Co., Ltd., No. 55-462, screened sand, Huntsville District, 496.38; No. 56-100, 
crushed gravel, Highway No. 124, Sundridge, Magnetawan Road, Grindstone 
Hill, 23,674.21 ; No. 56-417, screened sand, various Highways, Huntsville District, 
47,673.36; No. 56-418, screened sand, various Highways, North Bay District, 
60,653.51; W. S. Fullerton Construction Co., Ltd., No. 56-164, granular base 
and hot mix paving, Junction of Highways 2 and 98, 2,718.00. 

Gaffney Construction Co., Ltd., John, No. 54-41, Bridge No. 3, Highwav No. 400, 
Elizabeth Street, Barrie, 1,515.00; No. 54-65, C.N.R. Overhead, Highway No. 
401, Township of Oxford East, 2,372.05; No. 54-66, bridge and grading, Service 
Road and Ramps, Highway No. 401, Intersection with Highway No. 59, 
9,497.00; No. 55-13, new bridge and grading, Highway No. 401 at Highway 
No. 2, east of Woodstock, 23,412.59; No. 55-274, grading, granular base, bridge 
and culverts 1.5 miles, Highway No. 81, Ausable River and Mud Creek, 
107,851.91; No. 55-280, underpass, Highway No. 27, Ontario Jockey Club, 
Township of Etobicoke, 57,633.05; No. 56-34, structure and steel, Highway 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

No. 3, Lynn River Bridge Extension, 26,452.33; No. 56-107, Bridge F.W. 9 
Township of Nelson, Queen Elizabeth Way, C.N.R. Overhead, 67,215.60; 
No. 56-167, structure and approaches, Highway 401, Etobicoke Creek Crossing, 
Branch No. 3, 32,290.65; No. 56-170, structure and approaches, Highway No. 35, 
C.P.R. Overhead at Pontypool, 44,720.55; No. 56-194, structure, grading and hot 
mix paving of approaches, 0.25 miles, Highway No. 7, Spring Brook Creek, 4 
miles east of Kitchener, 13,026.60; G. A. Gibson & Sons Ltd., No. 56-04, struc- 
ture, grading approaches and hot mix paving, Highway No. 79, Sydenham River 
Bridge at Alvinston, 55,985.66; Paul Girard, No. 55-97, culvert replacement, 
Highway No. 11, Longlac east, mile 84.3 to mile 103.4, 1,884.81; No. 56-359, 
crushed gravel, Highway No. 11, 11 miles west to Cochrane to 20 miles west, 
35,241.77; Graham & Graham Ltd., No. 55-45, grading, culverts and granular 
base, 4.8 miles, Highway No. 38, Mitchell to 0.7 miles west of Dublin, 20,475.91; 
Frank Greaves & Co., No. 55-512, bridge painting, Port Hope District, 3,101.90; 
No. 55-515, bridge painting, Owen Sound District, 2,730.70; No. 55-517, bridge 
painting, Kingston District, 6,108.00; No. 55-521, bridge painting, Highway No. 
69, Pickerel River Bridge, 2,098.00; Greenwood Construction Co., Ltd., No. 56- 
80, hot mix paving, 9.6 miles, Highway No. 26, Owen Sound to Woodford, 
117,685.63; Grey- Wellington Paving Ltd., No. 56-303, prime dust layer, Owen 
Sound District, 25,612.28; Gurney Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-91, grading, 
culverts and granular base, 4.92 miles, Highway No. 41, Mackaroy Lake to 
Kilpecker Creek, 84,153.32; No. 55-238, grading, culverts and granular base, 7.3 
miles, Highway No. 45, Roseneath North, 179,326.13. 

Hacquoil's, No. 52-34, grading and structures, 10 miles, Shebandowan-Atikokan, 
54,549.67; No. 53-41, grading and culverts, 6 miles, Highway No. 17, Sistonen's 
Corners westerly, 45,629.90; No. 54-93, hot mix paving, granular base and 
culverts, 6.5 miles, Highway No. 71, Barwick westerly, 13,948.68; No. 55-159, 
granular base and hot mix paving, 18 miles, Highway No. 17, Bonheur Road 
to English River, 108,194.41; No. 55-169, hot mix paving, 12.88 miles, Highway 
No. 17, Sistonen's Corners to Shabaqua, 119,737.37; No. 55-178, hot mix 
paving, 20 miles, Highway No. 17, Ignace to Bonheur Road, 162,369.10; No. 
55-188, grading, culverts and granular base, 7.5 miles, Highway No. 120, 
Shabaqua West, 217,568.27; No. 55-239, grading, culverts and granular base, 
7.5 miles, Highway No. 17, Shabaqua Oskanadaga Bridge, northerly, 367,993.14; 
No. 56-43, grading, culverts and granular base, 11.8 miles, Highway No. 17, 
from 10 miles east of Marathon, easterly, 365,796.43; No. 56-367, crushed 
gravel, Sec. Road No. 593 from Highway 17, south 10 miles, 21,406.78; No. 56- 
368, crushed gravel, Sec. Roads 595 and 597, Pearson-Pardee Loop, 55,181.72; 
No. 56-383, crushed gravel, Highway No. 105 and Sec. Road, No. 609, 
Junction No. 17 and 105, North Quibell Road to Clay Lake, 26,897.36; 
Harnden & King Construction Ltd., No. 56-323, crushed gravel, Sec. Road 
No. 503, Sebright to Norland, 14,582.75; No. 56-324, crushed gravel, Sec. 
Road, No. 503, Kirkfield to Sebright, 11,571.71; No. 56-332, crushed gravel, 
Sec. Road, No. 516, and Intersection of Highway No. 11 west, 29,587.35; 
No. 56-333, crushed gravel, Sec. Road, No. 527, Huntsville to Baysville, 
19,131.66; No. 56-444, crushed gravel, Highway No. 60, Dwight to Algonquin 
Park Headquarters, 14,996.93; Harvey Construction Co., Ltd., No. 51-76, 
grading and culverts, 10.5 miles, Shebandowan to Atikokan, 23,058.62; No. 
55-113, grading and culverts, 8.13 miles, Highway No. 401 from Highway 
No. 15 easterly, 250,120.04; No. 55-224, hot mix paving, Ontario Hospital, 
Brockville, 12,153.56; No. 55-235, grading and culverts, 5.13 miles, Highway 
No. 401, Township of Williamsburg and Township of Osnabruck, 315,789.71; 
No. 55-439, resurfacing 8 miles and patching 6 miles, Highway No. 2, Johnstown 
to Iroquois, 63,319.96; Heafey Construction Ltd., No. 56-101, grading, culverts 
and granular base, 3.41 miles, Sec. Road from Highway No. 28, 8 miles south 
of Bancroft to Bicroft Access, 225,540.45; H. P. Heafey, No. 55-210, grading, 
culverts and granular base, 3.82 miles, Highway No. 43, Monkland easterly, 
139,183.29; Hearst Construction Co., No. 55-173, culvert replacement, High- 
way No. 11, 120.2 miles east of Longlac to 133.4 miles east, 1,433.76; Leo. 
Hebert, No. 55-286, clearing and fencing, Highway No. 17, 1 mile west of 
Petawawa to 1 mile east of Village of Chalk River, 3,170.70; M. G. Henniger 
Ltd., No. 55-154, granular base and hot mix paving, 7.33 miles, Highway No. 29, 
Forthon to 1 mile south of Frankville, 93,161.58; No. 56-63, granular base and 
hot mix paving, 5.98 miles, Highway No. 15, Lombardy south, 167,690.50; 
No. 56-384, hot mix resurfacing, 10.7 miles, Madoc to Bannockburn, 122,706.64; 
John T. Hepburn Ltd., No. 56-12, structural steel, Highway No. 69, Severn 
River East Branch, 46,764.00; No. 56-18, structural steel, Highway No. 69, 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

Black River crossing, 3 miles south of Washago, 61,191.00; Hewitson Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., No. 50-75, hot mix paving, 14 miles, Highway No. 17, 
Blackwater Creek easterly, 350,000.00; No. 55-123, hot mix paving, 14.8 miles, 
Highway No. 120, Atikokan easterly, 89,072.06; No. 55-187, grading, culverts 
and granular base, 5.1 miles, Highway No. 17, Sistonen's Corners southerly, 
301,074.91; No. 55-209, grading, culverts and granular base, 7.2 miles, Highway 
No. 120, north of Shabaqua Corners, westerly, 202,604.74; No. 56-64, granular 
base and hot mix paving, 15.2 miles, Highway No. 120, from 14.8 miles east 
of Atikokan, east, 159,086.28; Hi-Way Construction Co., Ltd., No. 52-100, 
grading and culverts, 6.3 miles, Dual Highway, London By-Pass, 76,230.16; 
No. 54-141, grading and granular base on approaches, 0.84 miles, Highway 
No. 122, C.N.R. Overhead and concrete arch, 50,461.12; No. 55-65, grading, 
culverts and granular base, 5.36 miles, Highway No. 8, 7 miles west of Dublin 
to Seaforth, 136,374.89; No. 55-116, grading, culverts, granular base and 
hot mix paving, 3.4 miles, Highway No. 2, Woodstock to Eastwood, 59,266.88; 
No. 55-157, grading, culverts and hot mix paving, S.33 miles, Highway No. 3, 
Eagle to Kent County Line, 445,977.86; No. 55-468, winter sanding, Hamilton 
District, 6,061.22; No. 56-38, structure, grading, culverts, granular base and 
hot mix paving, Queen Elizabeth Way Interchange at Highway No. 2, at 
Burlington and Legs of Interchange, 201,308.77; No. 56-203, grading, culverts, 
granular base and hot mix paving, 9.9 miles, Highway No. 6, Guelph to Fergus, 
7,020.45; No. 56-429, winter sanding, Hamilton District, 48,187.80; H. W. 
Hishon Construction Ltd., No. 55-190, grading, culverts and granular base, 
6.34 miles, Highways 7 and 8, New Hamburg Diversion, 69,132.92; Holman 
Construction Ltd., No. 56-389, crushed gravel, Highway No. 97, south of 
Plattsville to Roseville, 8,198.79; No. 56-392, crushed gravel, Highways 
24 and 51, Erin to Orangeville to Caledon, 7,894.49; No. 56-445, crushed 
gravel, Highway No. 86, Macron to Highway No. 7, 12,599.93; Huron Construc- 
tion Co., Ltd., No. 55-21, concrete pavement, 6.35 miles, Highway No. 401, 
Rochester Townline, west of Belle River, 215,991.22. 

Jennison, R. H., No. 56-328, crushed gravel, Highways 81, 4 and 22, 21,893.68; 
No. 56-390, crushed gravel, Highway No. 100, Thamesford to Highway No. 7, 
8,504.22; Johnson Bros. Co., Ltd., No. 55-441, resurfacing, 3.5 miles, Highway 
No. 3, Tillsonburg east and west, 77,473.56; No. 55-443, granular base and 
resurfacing, 6.8 miles, Highway No. 53, from Intersection of Highway No. 6 
to Intersection of Highway No. 2, 68,691.67; No. 56-67, grading, culverts, 
granular base and hot mix paving, 7.6 miles, Highways 24 and 5, Howell's 
Corner to Osborne Corners to Intersection of Highways 2 and 5, 459,703.68; 
No. 56-89, structure, grading, granular base and hot mix paving, 0.87 miles, 
Highway No. 2, Cainsville Overhead Bridge, 239,847.41. 

Kamlee Construction Ltd., No. 56-157, storm sewers, Highway No. 10, Queen 
Elizabeth Way to Mineola Road, 12,405.33; Keewood Paving Ltd., No. 55-498, 
winter sanding, vicinity of Acton, 8,486.84; Keillor Construction Co., Ltd., 
No. 55-120, grading, culverts and granular base, 5.3 miles, Highway No. 83, 
Russeldale to Fauquhar, 100,096.86; No. 56-44, grading, culverts, granular 
base, hot mix paving and structure, 0.5 miles, Highway No. 401, Intersection 
at Highway No. 73, Bridge No. 8, Township of Dorchester, 233,879.71; 
No. 56-115, structure, grading, granular base and hot mix paving, Highway 
No. 401, Culloden Road Intersection, Township of Oxford West, Bridge No. 13, 
106,503.95; Joe. Kerr, No. 56-330, crushed gravel, Highways 9 and 87, 
Harriston east to Wroxeter, 5,699.29; Keystone Contractors Ltd., No. 55-23, 
concrete pavement, grading and culverts, 5.40 miles, Highway No. 401, Road 
between Con. 8-9, Township of Maidstone to Highway No. 98, 221,112.07; 
No. 55-60, new bridge No. 10, Highway No. 401, Township of Sandwich South 
at Walker's Road, 11,976.91; No. 55-138, grading, culverts, granular base 
and hot mix paving, 1.43 miles, Highway No. 401, east end of Highway No. 98 
Cloverleaf to west end of Walker Road Ramp, 240,193.57; No. 55-213, grading 
and culverts, 3.5 miles, Highway No. 401 from west end of Walker Road to 
Highway No. 3B, 273,436.15; No. 55-262, Bridges Nos. 8 and 9, Township of 
Sandwich, Highway No. 401 over Pere Marquette & N.Y.C. Railway, 
181,890.17; King Paving Co., Ltd., No. 52-98, grading and culverts, 6.8 miles, 
Highway No. 401, Township of Westminster, east, 133,137.78; No. 54-468, 
hot mix paving, 5.11 miles, Highway No. 5, Clappison's Corners west, 13,372.05; 
No. 55-104, grading and culverts, granular base, hot mix paving, 4 miles, 
Highway No. 6, Ryckman's Corners to Mount Hope, 704,866.38; No. 55-105, 
grading, culverts and hot mix paving, 2.24 miles, Highway No. 5, Nelson 






1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F^27 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

Corners west, 21,322.56; No. 56-54, grading and culverts, 3 miles, Queen 
Elizabeth Way, from Highway No. 25 to north end of Highway No. 2 
Cloverleaf, 495,370.94; No. 56-88, structure, grading and paving, Queen 
Elizabeth Way, Township of Nelson, Bridge F.W 7 . 4, Brant Street Interchange, 
92,168.10; No. 56-118, structures and grading, 0.2 miles, Queen Elizabeth Way, 
Township of Nelson, Bridges F.W. 8 and 10, at Burlington Interchange, 
33,242.82; No. 56-214, structure, grading, granular base, culverts and hot mix 
paving, Queen Elizabeth Way and Highway No. 25, Interchange, 82.04; 
No. 56-350, hot mix patching, vicinity of Acton, 82,405.28; Kingston Shipyards 
Ltd., No. 54-156, Ferry Boat, 12,556.50. 

Labelle Bros., No. 55-94, grading, culverts and granular base, 4.5 miles, Highway 
No. 11, from 6 miles west of Cochrane, 89,805.08; M. J. Labelle Co., Ltd., 
No. 56-75, granular base and shouldering, 12 miles, Highway No. 11, from 42 
miles west of Hearst easterly, 156,586.67; No. 56-358, crushed gravel, Highway 
No. 11, Hearst to Mattice, 42,753.05; No. 56-411, crushed gravel, Sec. Road 
No. 583, Coppell to Lac Ste. Therese, 26,590.88; W. D. Laflamme Ltd., No. 55- 
300, Township of Kingston, Underpass No. 15, Highway No. 401, approximately 
1 mile north west of Cataraqui, 27,661.50; No. 55-607, Township of Kingston, 
Bridge No. 12, C.P.R. Overhead, Highway No. 401, 58,407.75; No. 56-130, 
structure, Highway No. 401, approximately 1 mile north of Gananoque Inter- 
section of Highways 401 and 32, 966.60; Langan's Welding & Iron Works 
Ltd., No. 55-18, structural steel, Highway No. 11, Driftwood River Bridge at 
Monteith, 14,893.45; No. 56-01, structural steel, Highway No. 103, Muskoka 
River Bridge, 12,395.88; Lavis Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 56-206, culverts 
and approaches, 0.15 miles, Highway No. 21, 2.9 miles south of Bayfield, 
2,124.00; No. 56-388, crushed gravel, Highway No. 84, Hensall to St. Joseph, 
8,310.04; Law Construction Ltd., No. 55-24, grading and culverts, hot mix 
paving, 6.5 miles, Highway No. 3, Kent-Elgin Line westerly, 255,629.84; 
No. 55-228, granular base and hot mix paving, 4.74 miles, Highway No. 401, 
from 0.11 miles east of Highway No. 2, westerly to 0.55 miles east of Sweaburg 
Road and 2 Cloverleafs, 446,450.94; No. 55-250, grading, culverts and 
granular base, 5.44 miles, Highway No. 35, from Junction Highway No. 7A 
and Highway No. 35, northerly, 138,415.28; No. 56-162, grading, granular base 
and hot mix paving, Highways 2 and 53, channelization at Eastwood, 360.00; 
R. E. Law Crushed Stone Ltd., No. 55-433, hot mix resurfacing, 10.84 miles, 
Highway No. 20, from Highway No. 57 easterly to Fonthill, 350.72; No. 55-434, 
resurfacing, 7.18 miles, Highway No. 20 from 57 miles east of Grimsby Road 
to 500 feet west of Lincoln County Line, 37,235.82; No. 56-348, hot mix 
patching, vicinity of Welland, 73,518.03; Liskeard Construction Ltd., No. 
56-354, crushed gravel, Highway No. 65, New Liskeard, west, 18,606.30; 
No. 56-400, crushed gravel, Sec. Road No. 560, 28 miles, Elk Lake to Gowganda, 
26,579.61; No. 56-401, crushed gravel, Sec. Roads 562 and 571, Earlton 
southerly, 11,037.93; Mel. Lockhart, No. 55-518, bridge painting, Ottawa 
District, 4,950.48; London Steel Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-258, structural 
steel, Maitland River Bridge, Highwav No. 87, 1.5 miles west of Harriston, 
49,947.00; Looby & Looby, No. 53-28, Pickerel River Bridge, Highway No. 69, 
252.38; Looby Construction Ltd., No. 55-291, C.N.R. Overhead at Norvar, 
Highway No. 11, 100,963.29; No. 55-297, Furnace Falls Bridge, Sec. Road 
No. 500; Kinmount-Gooderham Road, 70,964.39; No. 56-06, concrete culverts, 
Highways 23, 97 and 100, various locations, 25,020.15; No. 56-132, structure, 
Pine River Bridge, Highway No. 21, 4 miles north of Amberley, 30,110.23; 
A. Lothian, No. 53-75, Locks, bridge and approaches, at Baysville Road, 
5,977.46. 

Macamic (Ontario) Ltd., No. 55-95, grading, culverts and granular base, 7 miles, 
Highway No. 17, west of Oxdrift, westerly, 180,658.80; Donald J. MacDonald 
Construction Ltd., No. 55-56, grading, culverts and granular base, 3.98 miles, 
Highway No. 27, Kleinburg to Bell's Lake, 182,650.62; No. 55-152, grading 
and culverts, 6 miles, Highway No. 401, Township of Matilda, 254,556.98; 
No. 56-14, grading, culverts and granular base, 8.6 miles, Highway No. 89, 
1 mile east of Rosemount to Primrose, 283,274.10; Wallace A. Mackey Ltd., 
No. 54-23, grading and culverts, 6 miles, Highway No. 11, Cochrane, west, 
456.00; No. 55-35, grading, culverts and granular base, 4.2 miles, Highway 
No. 11, Big East River to Novar, 34,537.92^ No. 55-50, hot mix paving and 
granular base, 12 miles, Highway Xo. 11, Kenogami, south, 107,817.31; No. 
55-115, grading, culverts and granular base, 8.4 miles, Highway No. 17, White 
River easterly, 294,243.08; No. 55-220, grading, culverts and granular base, 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

10.45 miles, Highway No. 17, White River west, 528,355.23; No. 55-452, 
resurfacing and granular base, 11 miles, Highway No. 67, Pamour to Timmins, 
411,340.34; No. 55-476, winter sanding, Port Hope District, 4,767.51; No. 56- 
124, grading, culverts and granular base, 10 miles, Highway No. 17, from 
C.P.R. Crossing east of White River easterly, 7,123.50; No. 56-437, winter sand- 
ing, Toronto District, 88,827.75; MacLeod Construction Co., Ltd., No. 56-421, 
screened sand, Kenora District, 62,521.67; Jno. Maguire Contracting Co., 
Ltd., No. 56-99, crushed gravel, Highway No. 64, Sturgeon Falls to Crystal 
Falls Road, 19,216.38; No. 56-353, crushed gravel, Sec. Road No. 522. Arnstein 
west, 15,844.24; No. 56-362, crushed gravel, Highway No. 17, at Pit, 5 miles east 
of Thessalon, 8,413.44; No. 56-364, crushed gravel, Highway No. 129, Chapleau 
south, 37,388.78; No. 56-365, crushed gravel, Sec. Road No. 599, Aubrey 
Falls south, 27,265.74; No. 56-398, crushed gravel, Highway No. 64, Verner 
to Alban, 26,582.76; Mariwan Forest Products Ltd., No. 55-136, clearing, 
grubbing and close cutting, 5 miles, Mining Access Road, Nakina to Geraldton, 
2,816.31; No. 55-255, clearing 13.5 miles, Access Road, Seagram to Caramat, 
29,749.47; No. 55-267, clearing, 16 miles, Access Road, Hornepayne northerly 
from mile 3, 13,323.72; Harold Martin Construction Ltd., No. 56-438, winter 
sanding, Toronto District, 78,103.13; Matthews Concrete Ltd., No. 54-53, 
Cedar Creek Bridge and Service Road, Highway No. 401, south of Woodstock, 
5,338.88; No. 55-135, new bridge and grading approaches, Highway No. 401, 
Reynolds Creek, Township of Dorchester North, 64,790.67. 

McAlpine, Sir Robert & Sons (Canada), Ltd., No. 55-153, grading, culverts 
and granular base, hot mix paving, 6.5 miles, Highway No. 3, Delhi to Court- 
land, 415,544.39; No. 55-199, hot mix paving, 2.9 miles, Highway No. 27 
from Queen Elizabeth Way to Highway No. 5, 133,802.47; No. 56-93, hot 
mix paving, 7 miles, Highway No. 16, Ottawa to Jock River, 141,214.47; 
A. H. McCoy Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-47, grading, culverts and granular 
base, 1.2 miles, New Road, Allumette Island Bridge approach, 43,036.85; 
No. 56-173, grading, culverts and granular base, 2.69 miles, Dev. Road No. 274, 
Madoc southerly, 41,202.00; N. A. McDougall Construction (Manitoulin) 
Ltd., No. 56-188, clearing, 10 miles from Wawa southerly, 14,817.60; No. 
56-420, screened sand, Sudbury District, 36,973.89; H. J. McFarland Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., No. 50-179, concrete pavement, 5.1 miles, Toronto-Barrie, 
Dual Highway, 21,279.19; No. 51-71, grading and culverts, 11.5 miles, She- 
bandowan-Atikokan, 42,150.17; No. 52-13, hot mix paving, 5.7 miles, Highway 
No. 2A, east of Ritson Road, 21,965.06; No. 52-28, grading and culverts, 7.1 
miles, Highway No. 7, Bathurst westerly, 3,218.85; No. 52-90, grading and 
culverts, 5.24 miles, New Road from lots 20 and 21, Township of Manvers 
to lots 7 and 9, Township of Cavan, 29,885.22; No. 52-91, grading and culverts, 
6.32 miles, New Road, from lots 8 and 9, Township of Cavan to Highway 
No. 28, 14,152.80; No. 52-378, resurfacing, 7.6 miles, Highway No. 30, Wark- 
worth Road to north limits of Campbellford, 268.76; No. 53-37, grading and 
culverts, 5.7 miles, Highway No. 401, from lots 18 and 19, Township of Sidney to 
Highway No. 14, 48,354.72; No. 53-38, grading and culverts, 8.3 miles, Highway 
No. 7, Maberley to Highway No. 38, 25,042.42; No. 53-71, grading and 
structures, 3.06 miles, Highway No. 401, Kingston By-Pass, 180,030.81; No. 
54-146, grading, granular base and culverts, 4.8 miles, Highway No. 401, 
Brockville By-Pass, 117,978.50; No. 55-29, grading and culverts, 1.9 miles, 
Highway No. 401, Highway No. 38, westerly, 117,574.83; No. 55-46, grading, 
culverts and granular base, 5.75 miles, Highway No. 38, Glenvale to Highway 
No. 2, 258,989.16; No. 55-84, hot mix paving and granular base, 18.3 miles, 
Highway No. 17, Marathon to west side of Little Pic River Detour, 213,560.20; 
No. 55-88, grading and culverts, 5.56 miles, Highway No. 401, east of Moira 
River, easterly, 262,261.16; No. 55-117, hot mix paving, 7.4 miles, Highway 
No. 7, Kaladar westerly, 25,592.54; No. 55-165, Bridge No. 4, Highway No. 401, 
Moira River Crossing, 80,611.15; No. 55-174, structure approaches, Bridge 
No. 8, Highway No. 401, Blessington Creek Crossing, Township of Thurlow, 
13,852.75; No. 55-214, new bridge, granular base and hot mix paving, Thurlow 
Township, Structure No. 5, Intersection of Highways 401 and 37, 101,579.76; 
No. 55-240, grading and culverts, hot mix paving, 1.5 miles, Highway No. 401, 
from C.N.R., west of Trent River easterly to road allowance between Town- 
ships of Sidney and Murray, 184,647.64; No. 55-270, C.N.R. Overhead Bridge, 
Highway No. 401, Township of Murray west of Trent River, 117,276.13; 
No. 55-379, hot mix, resurfacing and widening, 8.14 miles, Highway No. 36, 
Lindsay Limits to 1 mile south of Dunsford, 81,946.72; No. 55-478, winter 
sanding, Port Hope District, 4,369.67; No. 56-31, granular base and hot mix 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

paving, 3.02 miles, Highway No. 401, Kingston By-Pass, 218,799.59; No. 56-32, 
hot mix paving, 14.2 miles, Highway No. 15, Stittsville to Carleton Place, 
238,459.77; No. 56-59, grading, culverts and granular base, 14.97 miles, 
Brockville to Forthton, 12,366.00; No. 56-84, hot mix paving, 5.8 miles, Highway 
No. 38, Highway No. 2 to Glenvale, 104,078.25; No. 56-85, grading and . 
culverts, 4.53 miles, Highway No. 401, from Highway No. 30 easterly, 
30,511.94; No. 56-96, grading, culverts and granular base, 7.1 miles, Highway 
No. 7, from Highway No. 38, westerly, 195,516.91; No. 56-305, prime dust 
layer, Port Hope District, 50,676.36; No. 56-320, crushed gravel, Highway 
No. 62, Combermere to Barry's Bay, 10,960.94; No. 56-346, hot mix patching, 
various locations, Kingston District, west, 106,517.85; No. 56-370, grading, 
culverts, granular base and pad resurfacing, 11.57 miles, Highway No. 35, 
south end of Minden By-Pass to Carnarvon, plus old Highway through 
Minden, 196,957.40; No. 56-385, resurfacing, 2.20 miles, Cataraqui to Inter- 
section of new Highway No. 38— Highway No. 38 (old), 64,960.14; McHaffie- 
Birge Construction Co., Ltd., No. 54-100, grading and culverts, 3 miles, 
Highway No. 11, 2.5 miles south of Wasi, 18,477.84; No. 55-92, grading, culverts 
and granular base, 7.3 miles, Highway No. 11, Trout Creek to Powassan, 
165,261.26; No. 55-93, grading, culverts and granular base, 0.5 miles, Sec. 
Road, Hagar to St. Charles at Beaulnes Creek, 76.23; No. 56-40, grading and 
culverts, 9.20 miles, Highway No. 11, Diversion at Hunta, 280,004.74; McKay- 
Cocker Construction Ltd., No. 55-80, Bridges Nos. 3 and 4, Highway No. 401, 
Township of Dorchester North, Putnam Road and C.P.R., 10,040.38; Finley 
W. McLachlan Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-48, grading, culverts and granular 
base, 9.2 miles, New Road, Port Severn, 240,812.97; No. 55-114, grading, 
culverts and granular base, 4 miles, Highway No. 11, Powassan Diversion, 
78,983.50; No. 55-144, grading, culverts and granular base, 9.82 miles, Sec. 
Road, Quirke Lake Road, Highway No. 17, northerly to Depot Lake, 550.729.19; 
No. 56-49, grading, culverts and granular base, 4.70 miles, Highway No. 103, 
Waubaushene to Port Severn, 252,504.11; L. F. McLean Construction Ltd., 
No. 56-143, clearing, 17.3 miles, Highway No. 17 from 30 miles east of White 
River to 11 miles north of Wawa, 23,362.92; No. 56-156, grading, culverts 
and granular base, 10 miles, Highway No. 17, Wawa northerly, 1,620.00; 
S. McNally & Sons Ltd., No. 55-160, substructure, Burlington High Level 
Bridge, Queen Elizabeth Way, Burlington Beach, 85,934.28; McNamara 
Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-25, grading, granular base and hot mix paving, 
8 miles, Queen Elizabeth Way, Lundy's Lane to Sodom Road, 76,663.46; 
No. 55-26, grading, granular base and hot mix paving, 9.4 miles, Sodom Road 
to Fort Erie, 54,614.01; No. 55-27, new bridge and grading, Warden Avenue 
on Toronto By-Pass, 58,387.76; No. 55-90, grading, culverts and granular base, 
7.08 miles, Highway No. 15, Ashton Station to Intersection of Highways 15 
and 29, 194,673.07; No. 55-118, hot mix paving, 21.6 miles, Highway No. 17, 
west side of Little Pic River, detour to Jackfish Lake, 311,936.69; No. 55-164, 
grading, culverts and granular base, 4.7 miles, New Highway No. 2, 0.5 miles 
west of Moulinette westerly, 467,953.35; No. 55-189, grading and culverts, 
5.63 miles, Highway No. 401, Township of Williamsburg, 268,177.33; No. 55- 
203, Humber River Bridge, west limits, City of Toronto, Lakeshore Expressway, 
462,188.95; No. 55-221, granular base and hot mix paving, 11.82 miles, High- 
way No. 69, Glen Orchard to Foote's Bay, Foote's Bay to Gordon Bay, 
322,011.50; No. 55-249, grading, culverts and granular base, 8.22 miles, Sec. 
Road, Quirke Lake southerly to 7.94 miles north of Depot Lake, 658,834.45; 
No. 55-290, grading and culverts, 6.6 miles, Highway No. 11, McDonald River 
to Muskoka River, 517,777.53; Project 6-3026, grading, culverts and granular 
base, Service Road, Lots 13-18, Con. 1, Township of Williamsburg, 3,225.00; 
No. 56-24, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, 6.71 miles, 
Highway No. 2, 5.2 miles west of Moulinette west to Aultsville County Road, 
426,755.16; No. 56-26, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, 
.74 miles, Queen Elizabeth Way, extension of south bound lane to Peace Bridge 
and channelization at Central Avenue, 226,562.89; No. 56-29, grading, culverts 
and granular base, 4.76 miles, Highway No. 2, from 1.5 miles west of Iroquois 
east and Connecting Link to Highway No. 401, 294,580.03; No. 56-30, granular 
base and hot mix paving, 3.62 miles, Highway No. 401, Kingston By-Pass, 
218,121.30; No. 56-169, granular base and shouldering, 11.9 miles, Highway 
No. 11, from 23 miles east of Thunder Bay, 115,345.26; Miller Paving Ltd., 
No. 55-143, hot mix paving, 6 miles, Highway No. 11, Cochrane west, 5,196.26; 
No. 55-197, hot mix paving and granular base, 3.4 miles, Highway No. 401, 
Neilson's Road to Highwav No. 2, 354,460.04; No. 55-207, hot mix paving, 
10.6 miles, Highway No. 11, Smooth Rock Falls to Strickland, 39,304.70; 
No. 55-282, grading, culverts, granular base, hot mix paving and structure, 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

Highway No. 11, Orillia By-Pass Intersection at Highway No. 12, 446,147.90; 
No. 55-479, winter sanding, Toronto District, 17,149.76; No. 55-482, winter 
sanding, Toronto District, 17,619.67; No. 55-499, winter sanding, Toronto 
District, 19,845.63; No. 56-05, granular base, 8.7 miles, New Road, Muskoka 
River to Foote's Bay, 136,959.66; No. 56-131, hot mix paving and resurfacing, 
11.1 miles, Highway No. 27, Kleinburg to Schomberg, 236,124.65; No. 56-307, 
prime dust layer, Bancroft District, 56,537.77; No. 56-433, winter sanding, 
Toronto District, 62,244.00; No. 56-436, winter sanding .Toronto District, 
63,813.60; No. 56-440, winter sanding, Toronto District, 65,446.20; Peter 
Mohan & Sons Ltd., No. 55-172, storm and sanitary sewers, Highway No. 47, 
Stouffville, 5,414.66; Monarch Engineering Ltd., No. 52-87, grading and 
structures, 4.4 miles, Toronto By-Pass, 215,637.99; No. 52-88, grading and 
structures, 5 miles, Toronto By-Pass, 81,561.44; No. 55-142, Bridge No. 137, 
grading and granular base, hot mix paving, Highway No. 401, Highway No. 2 
Interchange, Township of Scarborough, 95,323.46; No. 55-195, granular base 
and hot mix paving, 2.68 miles, Highway No. 401 east of Don Mills Road to 
east of Kennedy Road, 416,738.64; Mount Enterprise Ltd., No. 56-155, grading, 
culverts and granular base, 10.2 miles, Highway No. 17, from 5 miles north of 
Agawa, 21,694.50; Mowbray Construction, No. 55-603, structures (2) and grading 
of approaches, Highway No. 87, 1.5 miles west of Harriston, 73,863.75; Municipal 
Spraying & Oiling Co., Ltd., No. 56-308, prime dust layer, Huntsville District, 
84,508.50; No. 56-441, winter sanding, Port Hope District, 50,259.15; Donald 
Murphy, No. 55-163, granular base, 5.5 miles, Highway No. 11, 49.5 miles east 
of Longlac east, 132,001.53; Muskoka Construction Ltd., No. 54-79, grading, 
culverts and granular base, 6.8 miles, Highway No. 17, Shebandowan easterly, 
39,127.86. 

Newbigging Bros., No. 56-325, crushed gravel, Highwavs 2, 4 and 3, Lambeth- 
Wallacetown, 14,600.50; No. 56-326, crushed gravel, Highways 80 and 2, 
Kilmartin-Strathburn, 14,488.18; Newman Structural Steel Ltd., No. 54-164, 
structural steel, Highway No. 85, Conestogo River at St. Jacob's, 4,372.30; 
No. 55-76, structural steel, Overpass, Highways 401 and 2A, Township of 
Scarborough, 401.18; No. 55-141, structural steel, Highway No. 69, C.P.R. 
Overhead, Foote's Bay, 22,790.00; No. 55-222, structural steel, Highway 
No. 15, C.P.R. Overhead, Ashton Station, 37,620.00; No. 55-248, structural 
steel, Highway No. 86, Hyslop Bridge over Little Maitland River, 50,200.00; 
No. 55-265, structural steel, Highway No. 17, Steel River, 125,539.25; No. 
56-23, structural steel, east bound Overpass at Ramp "A", Lakeshore Express- 
way, Queen Elizabeth Way, 1,975.68; No. 56-116, structural steel, Highway 
No. 401, Township of Toronto, Bridge No. 8, 12,283.20; No. 56-119, structural 
steel, Highway No. 401, Township of Toronto, Bridge No. 7, 3,336.84; No. 
56-120, structural steel, Highway No. 401, Township of Toronto, Bridge 
No. 10, 4,583.88; No. 56-121, structural steel, Highway No. 401, Township 
of Toronto, Bridge No. 5, 4,508.55; Niagara Crushed Stone (Humberstone) 
Ltd., No. 55-471, winter sanding, Hamilton District, 8,525.76; No. 56-426, 
winter sanding, Hamilton District, 49,051.80; North Shore Construction Co., 
Ltd., No. 56-179, grading and culverts, 6.54 miles, Highway No. 401 from 
0.75 miles east of Maitland County Road to Prescott County Road, 152,632.80; 
Northern Construction Ltd., No. 56-129, resurfacing and granular base, 9.8 
miles, Highway No. 11, Huntsville southerly to Parkersville, 93,296.70; No. 
56-189, grading and drainage, 1.02 miles, Queen Elizabeth Way, south approach 
to Burlington High Level Bridge from Windermere Road, northerly, 242,493.75. 

Oberling, H. M., No. 56-149, structure, Highway No. 92, Wye River Bridge, 
24,691.98; Ontario Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-10, new structure, Under- 
pass, Queen Elizabeth Way at Oakville sideroad, Township of Trafalgar, 
5,536.59; No. 55-11, new structure, Underpass, Queen Elizabeth Way at Upper 
Middle Road, Oakville, Township of Trafalgar, 3,166.58; No. 55-247, structural 
steel, new bridge, Sec. Road, Kinmount Bridge, Bobcaygeon Road over Burnt 
River, 110,554.84; Onway Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-186, grading, granular 
base and hot mix paving, new Department of Highways Building at Downsview, 
16,108.88; No. 56-172, grading and granular base, 0.16 miles from Intersection 
at Highway No. 50 and Township of Albion side road No. 5, 780.04; Otter 
Construction Ltd., No. 56-27, culverts, Highway No. 21, at locations 2 miles 
and 5 miles north of Grand Bend, 19,790.50; L. H. Owens, No. 55-162, granular 
base, 5.5 miles, Highway No. 11, from 43.5 miles east of Longlac, 13,768.86; 
No. 55-606, (3) creosoted timber structures, Highway No. 11, Valentine River, 
Forde Creek, Skunk River, 65,828.84; No. 55-454, crushed gravel, Highway 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

No. 11, Opasatika to Mattice, 20,548.65; No. 55-455, crushed gravel, Sec. Road, 
Lac Ste. Therese to Coppell, 15,304.47; No. 56-76, granular base, 18 miles, 
from Highway No. 11, 12 miles west of Hearst westerly, 81,925.89; No. 56-356, 
crushed gravel, Sec. Road, No. 577, Shillington to Monteith, 11,198.38; No. 56- 
357, crushed gravel, Sec. Road No. 578, Monteith to Ansonville to Montrock, 
18,600.00; No. 56-409, crushed gravel, Sec. Road No. 579, Cochrane to 
Gardiner, 18,138.98; No. 56-410, crushed gravel, Sec. Road No. 574, Coch- 
rane to Norembega, 23,384.10. 

Parkinson, Sir Lindsay (Canada) Ltd., No. 54-57, Underpass, Highway No. 401, 
Kennedy Road, 14,657.11; Parks Asphalt Co., Ltd., Project 6-1477, hot mix 
paving, Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph, 31,903.45; No. 56-427, winter 
sanding, vicinity of Acton, 35,390.70; Raymond Paul, No. 55-226, clearing, 
10 miles, New Road west of Chapleau, west Wangoon Lake to Big Pine Lake, 
2,544.75; No. 55-251, clearing, 10 miles New Road, east of A. C. R. Lac De 
Zazac, east, 5,280.48; Peacock & McQuigge Ltd., No. 52-97, grading and 
culverts, 6.4 miles, Highway No. 401, London By-Pass, 46,542.33; No. 55-28, 
grading and culverts, 6.63 miles, Highway No. 401, Belleville easterly, 
265,809.47; No. 55-33, grading, culverts and granular base, 7 miles, Highway 
No. 35, Lindsay south, 118,527.91; No. 56-439, winter sanding, vicinity of 
Barrie, 112,164.75; Peel Construction Co., Ltd., No. 54-22, grading and culverts, 
2.5 miles, Highway No. 11, Wasi River south, 21,831.57; No. 54-99, grading 
and culverts, 5.3 miles, Highway No. 86, Wingham-Whitechurch, 1,975.28; 
No. 54-105, hot mix paving, 3 miles, Queen Elizabeth Way, Freeman Clover- 
leaf, Highway No. 20, Windermere Cut-off, Traffic Circle, Stoney Creek, 
361.98; No. 54-112, grading, granular base and hot mix paving, 7.25 miles, 
Highway No. 2, Cornwall westerly, 307,845.61; No. 55-31, grading, culverts 
and granular base, 4.5 miles, Highway No. 6 from 14 miles south of Tobermory 
south, 33,219.45; No. 55-54, grading, culverts and granular base, 9.3 miles, 
Highway No. 26, Owen Sound to Woodford, 77,970.13; No. 55-68, grading, 
culverts and granular base, 6.64 miles, Highway No. 16, Ottawa — Jock River, 
277,190.46; No. 55-127, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, 
6.04 miles, Highway No. 93, Waverley south, 227,552.12; No. 55-128, grading, 
culverts, and hot mix paving, 4.5 miles, Highway No. 93, Craighurst, northerly, 
163,187.40; No. 55-196, hot mix paving and granular base, 3.3 miles, Highway 
No. 401, east of Kennedy Road to Neilson's Road, 407,149.87; No. 55-227, 
grading, culverts and hot mix paving, 13.92 miles, Highway No. 21, Under- 
wood to Southampton, 118,926.52; No. 55-232, granular base and hot mix 
paving, 6.6 miles, Highway No. 401 from 0.35 miles west of Highway No. 73 
to 0.69 miles west of Victoria Road, plus 2 Cloverleafs, 671,653.58; No. 55-409, 
hot mix resurfacing, granular base, 10 miles, Highway No. 11, Latchford 
south, 98,438.48; No. 56-17, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix 
paving, 7.3 miles, Highway No. 35, Junction of Highways 115 and 35, 
106,466.02; No. 56-25, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, 
Highway No. 401, Markham Road Cloverleaf, 124,273.99; No. 56-71, grading 
and culverts, 3.3 miles, Highway No. 12, south, Orillia By-Pass, 207,406.31; 
No. 56-90, structure, grading, granular base and hot mix paving, 10.7 miles, 
Highway No. 31, Ottawa City Limits to 3 miles south of Greeley, 33,104.83; 
No. 56-176, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, Intersection 
of Highway No. 12 and Highway No. 27, at Midland, 900.00; No. 56-178, 
grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, 7.9 miles, Highway No. 17, 
from 8 miles east of Wanapitei, 18,181.34; No. 56-201, grading, culverts, 
granular base and hot mix paving, 5.4 miles, Highway No. 11, Orillia By- 
Pass to Washago By-Pass, 22,905.67; Frank Pidgeon & Sons Ltd., No. 55-148, 
grading, culverts and granular base, 5.1 miles, Highway No. 80, Glencoe to 
Walker's Corners, 58,488.12; No. 56-61, grading, culverts, granular base and 
hot mix paving, 8.2 miles, Highway No. 7, from 1 mile west of Forest Road 
to 1 mile west of Road between Lots 6 and 7, Township of Plymouth, 
142,948.22; Pigott Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-155, substructure, Burlington 
High Level Bridge, Queen Elizabeth Way, 1,372,203.22; No. 55-156, sub- 
structure, Burlington High Level Bridge, Queen Elizabeth Way, 71,903.43; 
Pioneer Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-215, grading, culverts and granular 
base, 3.44 miles, Highway No. 17 to Creighton, 177,830.48; No. 55-219, hot mix 
paving, 1.9 miles, Highway No. 17, Junction of Copper Cliff Road and Highway 
No. 17, westerly, 46,793.54; No. 55-243, granular base and crushed gravel, 
10.52 miles, Dev. Road No. 198, Chelmsford to Val Caron, 67,483.47; No. 
56-83, hot mix paving, 3.44 miles, Highway No. 17, to Creighton, 40,663.59; 
No. 56-133, grading, culverts and granular base, 6 miles, Sec. Road No. 544, 



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Contracts — Continued 

Larchwood westerly, 75,499.37; No. 56-158, grading, culverts, granular base 
and hot mix paving, 4.35 miles, Highway No. 17, Coniston to Falconbridge 
Road, 48,572.11; No. 56-195, clearing, grubbing and rock excavation, Junction 
of Highway No. 69 and Long Lake Road, 8,929.53; No. 56-311, prime dust 
layer, Sudbury District, 45,912.42; No. 56-360, crushed gravel, Highway 
No. 69, Sudbury to Capreol, 18,999.95; No. 56-363, crushed gravel, Highway 
No. 17, Sault Ste. Marie, west, 24,797.43; C. A. Pitts General Contractor 
Ltd., No. 52-29, grading and structures, 5.5 miles, Highway No. 28, Haultain 
Bridge, north, 7,061.21 ; No. 52-36, grading and culverts, 9.5 miles, Shebandowan- 
Atikokan, 118,026.39; J. N. Pitts, Ltd., No. 55-212, grading, culverts and 
Bailey Bridge, 0.66 mile, Highway No. 17, Agawa River Crossing, 48,734.67; 
No. 56-136, grading, culverts and granular base, 1.9 miles, Sec. Road No. 500, 
1 mile west of Wilberforce to 1 mile east of Wilberforce, 42,270.41; J. P. Porter 
Co., Ltd., No. 56-177, grading, 0.5 miles, Queen Elizabeth Way, from Highway 
No. 2, and Queen Elizabeth Interchange to north end of Burlington High 
Level Bridge, 127,917.09; No. 56-190, grading, 1.02 miles, Queen Elizabeth 
Way, northerly half of the south approach to Burlington High Level Bridge 
from south end of Burlington High Level Bridge, southerly, 196,578.09; T. J. 
Pounder & Co., Ltd., No. 56-312, prime dust layer, Fort William District, 
47,032.97; No. 56-313, prime dust layer, Kenora District, 15,001.12. 

Rayner & Armstrong Ltd., No. 56-68, grading, culverts and granular base, 11.4 
miles, Highway No. 17, from 10.6 miles west of White River, westerly, 
153,750.25; Rayner Construction Ltd., No. 53-43, hot mix paving, 6.1 miles, 
Highway No. 401, Toronto By-Pass, 15,069.58; No. 54-18, grading and culverts, 
7.4 miles, Highway No. 7, Kaladar westerly, 52,448.83; No. 54-161, Humber 
River Bridge, Weston, Highway No. 401, 15,517.34; No. 54-162, structure, 
grading and hot mix paving, Highway No. 11, Little Don River at Thornhill, 
13,024.36; No. 54-163, structure, grading and hot mix paving, Highway No. 
400, Sheppard Avenue Underpass, 14,113.00; No. 55-22, concrete paving 
and granular base, 6.91 miles, Highway No. 401, Belle River to Road between 
Township of Maidstone, 430,684.03; No. 55-198, grading and culverts, 7.13 
miles, Highway No. 401, Gananoque westerly, 444,066.23; No. 55-205, hot mix 
paving, 14.4 miles, Highway No. 69, French River north, 248,456.87; No. 55- 
436, hot mix resurfacing, 8.5 miles, Highways 26 and 27, Barrie to Minesing, 
24,740.95; No. 55-437, hot mix resurfacing, 12 miles, Highway No. 27, Mid- 
hurst to Elmvale, 49,528.92; No. 56-114, grading, culverts and granular base, 
4.8 miles, Highway No. 17, Agawa River north, 254,706.52; Eric Reilly 
Construction Ltd., No 54-81, grading, culverts and granular base, 6.5 miles, 
Highway No. 17, Oxdrift westerly, 235,802.45; Ridley Construction Co., No. 
56-301, prime dust layer, London District, 8,847.65; Roadbuilders Ltd., No. 
55-112, grading, culverts and granular base, 5.89 miles, Highway No. 15, 
Lombardy south, 138,968.20; Rockcliffe Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 55-253, 
clearing, 5 miles, Highway No. 17, Agawa River, north, 9,177.30; No. 55-259, 
clearing, 12.5 miles, Access Road, Timber Lake to Highway No. 63, 20,443.43; 
Victor W. Ruckle, No. 56-412, screened sand, London District, 71,984.52; 
A. E. Rule Ltd., No. 55-08, new structure and detour, Underpass, Queen 
Elizabeth Way and Lower Middle Road, Township of Trafalgar, 14,458.38; 
No. 55-168, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, 4.4 miles, 
Queen Elizabeth Way, Service Roads and Upper Middle Road Interchange, 
242,071.56; No. 55-177, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, 
2.6 miles, Highway No. 122, Clarkson to 9th Line, 221,966.70; No. 55-486, 
winter sanding, Toronto District, 10,780.80; No. 56-112, grading, culverts 
and granular base, 7.9 miles, Highway No. 41, Eganville to Golden Lake, 
71,996.42; Runnymede Steel Construction Ltd., No. 55-07, structural steel, 
Spanish River Bridge, Highway No. 17, Township of Nairn, 51,804.50; No. 55- 
132, structural steel, New Bridge over French River, Township of Bigwood, 
249,546.00; No. 55-201, superstructure, Burlington High Level Bridge, Queen 
Elizabeth Way, 1,357,802.58; W. A. Ryder Paving, No. 55-473, winter sanding, 
Hamilton District, 7,080.51; No. 56-432, winter sanding, Toronto District, 
69,616.80. 

Sarnia Bridge Co., Ltd., No. 55-281, structural steel, Sydenham River Bridge, 
Highway No. 79, south of Alvinston, Townships of Brooke and Euphemia, 
67,825.80; C. A. Scharfe Ltd., No. 53-63, culverts, Highway No. 11, Hearst 
to Longlac, 9,532.99; No. 55-451, culvert repairs, various locations, south of 
Highway No. 88, 14,659.83; No. 55-456, culvert repairs, various locations, north 
of Highway No. 88, 68,520.33; No. 56-82, new structure, Severn River Bridge 



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Contracts — Continued 



and East Branch, structures Nos. 1 and 2, Highway No. 69, 33,263.31; No. 
56-171, structure, over Hoasic Creek east bound lane, Highway No. 401, 
47,593.80; Schneider Bros, of Hamilton, No. 50-28, bridge, Highway No. 54, 
Black Creek Bridge, 3,533.87; Schwenger Construction Ltd., No. 54-107, 
bridge No. 134, Little's Road Underpass and approaches, Highway No. 401, 
13,899.78; No. 54-142, bridge No. 124, Highway No. 401, Don Mills Road 
Underpass, 50,646.89; Scott-Jackson Construction Ltd., No. 54-103, hot mix 
paving, 2.4 miles, Highway No. 27, Highway No. 5 to south of Richview Road, 
229.70; E. & E. Seegmiller Ltd., No. 54-16, grading and culverts, 5.7 miles, 
Highway No. 8, Clinton west, 15,608.30; No. 54-98, grading and culverts, 
5.1 miles, Highway No. 8, Goderich east, 11,429.96; No. 55-296, bridge, 
Hyslop Bridge over the Little Maitland River and approaches, Highway No. 86, 
105,643.35; No. 55-490, resurfacing and granular base, 11.57 miles, Highway 
No. 9, Arthur, easterly to Junctions of Highways 9 and 104, 346,303.58; 
No. 56-128, structure, Whirl Creek Bridge, Townships of Logan and Fullarton, 
11,630.61; No. 56-196, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, 
6.3 miles, Highway No. 7, from Guelph westerly, 8,667.00; Seeley Bros. & 
Arnill Construction Co., No. 55-71, new bridge and approaches, Bridge No. 1, 
Highway No. 401, Township of Dorchester North, 40,167.77; No. 55-130, 
new bridge, grading, granular base and hot mix paving, Highway No. 401, 
and Sweaburg Road Intersection, Township of Oxford West, 105,435.12; 
No. 56-165, structure, approaches and hot mix paving, Highway No. 24, Mad 
River Bridge at Singhampton, Townships of Osprey and Nottawasaga, 31,079.92; 
Smith's Construction Co., Arnprior Ltd., Project 6-1388, crushed gravel, High- 
way No. 132, from Dacre to Renfrew, 23,802.21; No. 56-57, granular base, 
10.2 miles, Highway No. 11, Thunder Bay Boundary, easterly, 329,026.83; 
No. 56-153, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, 10.1 miles, 
Highway No. 17, Petawawa Camp to Chalk River, and from Highway No. 17, 
to Allumette Island Bridge, 32,066.11; No. 56-321, crushed gravel, Highway 
No. 62, Pembroke to Round Lake, 8,198.49; Standard Paving Ltd., No. 52-103, 
grading and structures, 3 miles, Dual Highway, Richview Road to north of 
Highway No. 5, 255.00; No. 55-241, granular base and hot mix paving, 6.94 
miles, Highway No. 17, Spanish, east and west, 153,802.48; No. 55-601, grading 
and hot mix paving, Highway No. 27, east approach to Underpass at the 
Ontario Jockey Club, 41,585.58; No. 56-08, granular base and hot mix paving, 
12.14 miles, Highway No. 11, Smooth Rock Falls, east, 302,983.29; No. 56-35, 
grading, culverts and granular base, Highway No. 401, Intersection of Highways 
400 and 401, 14,702.66; No. 56-39, grading and culverts, 7.9 miles, Highway 
No. 11, Diversion of Highway No. 11, at Hunta, 100,223.93; No. 56-97, hot mix 
paving, 4.33 miles, Highway No. 17, Nairn Overhead Bridge to Spanish River 
Crossing and approaches, 19,683.15; Standard Steel Construction Co., No. 
55-16, structural steel, Highway No. 401, Don River Overpass, 35,781.34; 
Steed & Evans Ltd., No. 54-39, bridge, grading, paving and structure, High- 
way No. 401, Dawes Road, 12,087.89; No. 55-38, new bridge and approaches, 
Highway No. 401, Don River on Toronto By-Pass, 136,609.95; No. 55-39, 
new bridge, grading and hot mix paving, Highway No. 401, Meadowvale 
Road Underpass, 112,754.99; No. 56-65, structures, Township of Nelson, 
Bridges F.W. 2 and F.W. 3, Queen Elizabeth Way, approximately 0.5 miles 
north of Freeman, 99,674.68; Sterling Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-57, 
grading, culverts and granular base, 5.8 miles, Highway No. 3 from 1.5 miles 
east of Eatonville, 44,069.16; No. 55-70, new bridge and grading approaches, 
Bridge No. 5, Highway No. 401, Township of Westminster, 3,379.16; No. 55-72, 
new bridge and approaches, Bridge No. 10, Highway No. 401, Township of 
Dorchester North, 11,709.39; No. 55-83, hot mix paving, 10.8 miles, Highway 
No. 17, North Bay-Laronde Creek, 19,644.69; No. 55-145, grading, culverts, 
granular base and hot mix paving, 1.6 miles, Highway No. 2, Fairfield Diversion, 
Township of Zone, 84,943.77; No. 55-233, granular base and hot mix paving, 
4.1 miles, Highway No. 401, from .69 mile, west of Victoria Road, (plus 
Cloverleaf and Service Road), 614,320.67; No. 55-268, structure, grading, 
culverts and paving, Highway No. 401, Interchange, Wellington Road, near 
London, 238,231.82; No. 56-53, structure and grading, Highway No. 401, 
structure No. 19, Intersection at Highway No. 4, Township of Westminster, 
178,430.38; No. 56-77, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, 
5.77 miles, Highway No. 8, Seebach Hill to Mitchell and Town of Mitchell 
and Department of Highways yard, at Stratford, 6,561.00; No. 56-336, hot 
mix paving, Highway No. 2, St. Joachim to Windsor, 49,470.49; No. 56-386, 
resurfacing, 12.8 miles, Highway No. 26, Thornbury to Collingwood, 83,318.04; 
No. 56-422, resurfacing, 7.1 miles, Highway No. 74, New Sarum to Belmont, 
165,173.89; No. 56-423, resurfacing, 6 miles, Highways 7 and 8, Preston to 



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Contracts — Continued 

Kitchener, Kitchener to Petersburg, 12,769.20; Russell H. Stewart Construction, 
No. 56-393, crushed gravel, Highway No. 45, Roseneath to Norwood, 
9,785.42; No. 56-394, crushed gravel, Highway No. 28, Bancroft to Township 
of Faraday, 15,835.77; No. 56-443, crushed gravel, Sec. Road No. 514, from 
Highway No. 60 to Interlaken, 8,383.27; F. A. Stonehouse & Son Ltd., No. 
55-103, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, 10.53 miles, 
Highway No. 7, from Wisebeach to 1 mile west of Forest Road, 282,398.45; 
No. 55-208, hot mix paving, 12.9 miles, Highway No. 8, Clinton to Goderich, 
112,871.77; No. 55-256, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, 
11.27 miles, Highway No. 21, from Junction of Highway No. 21, Forest to 
Junction Highway No. 82, 184,941.18; No. 56-45, hot mix paving, 11.12 miles, 
Highway No. S3, Exeter to Russeldale, 122,250.41; No. 56-47, hot mix paving, 
5.1 miles, Highway No. 80, Glencoe to Walker Corners, 125,052.22; No. 56- 
163, grading, culverts, granular base and hot mix paving, 7.66 miles, Highway 
No. 7, from 0.1 mile west of road between Lots 6 and 7 to Junction of High- 
ways 402 and 7, at Sarnia, 12,755.70; Storms Contracting Co., Ltd., No. 52-70, 
grading and culverts, 6 miles, Highway No. 6, 8 miles south of Tobermory, 
32,463.80; No. 54-150, grading, culverts and granular base, 9.4 miles, New 
Road, Footes Bay, south to Muskoka River, 55,312.26; No. 55-43, hot mix 
paving and granular base, 12.5 miles, Highway No. 11, Kenogami north, 
43,742.74; No. 55-147, grading, culverts, granular base, 7.94 miles, Sec. Road, 
2nd Section of Quirke Lake Road, Depot Lake, north, 431,702.86; No. 55-381, 
resurfacing, 10 miles, Highway No. 11, Temagami, north, 19,081.88; No. 56-78, 
grading, culverts and granular base, 12 miles, Highway No. 7, from 21.8 miles 
east of Marathon, 20,376.16; Swansea Construction Co., Ltd., No. 54-151, 
concrete base and hot mix paving, 3 miles, Highway No. 11, Mausoleum to 
Steele's Corners, 42,065.22; No. 56-160, grading, culverts, granular base and 
hot mix paving, 2.7 miles, Highway No. 2, Port Credit to Clarkson, 97,255.22. 

Tanner, Alex, No. 56-414, screened sand, Stratford District, 47,223.11; Terminal 
Construction Co., Ltd., No. 55-293, clearing, 10 miles, Highway No. 17, from 
20 miles east of White River, easterly, 32,407.51; No. 55-294, clearing, 10 
miles, Highway No. 17, from 5 miles north of Agawa River, northerly, 36,933.76; 
No. 55-295, clearing, 10 miles, Highway No. 17, from Wawa northerly, 32,636.45; 
Thompson Construction (Chemong) Ltd., No. 55-170, grading, culverts and 
granular base, 5 miles, Highway No. 17, Red Rock Corners, west, 191,700.07; 
No. 55-176, grading, culverts, and granular base, 5 miles, Highway No. 17, 
from 5 miles west of Red Rock Corners, westerly, 190,774.45; No. 56-113, 
grading, culverts and granular base, (2 diversions) Firehall Curve (approxi- 
mately 6 miles east of Nipigon) and McLean's Creek (approximately 3 miles 
east of Rossport), 16,427.79; No. 56-366, crushed gravel, Sec. Road, No. 585, 
Highway No. 17, Nipigon to Red Rock and Highway No. 17 to Pine Portage, 
52,001.63; Thunder Bay Harbour Improvements Ltd., No. 55-171, bridge, 
Highway No. 17, Mattawa River, 31,318.06; No. 56-95, structure, C.N.R. 
Overhead Bridge, Highway No. 17, Sistonen's Corners, 18,284.85; Tomlinson 
Bros. Ltd., No. 50-222, grading and culverts, 6.1 miles, Highway No. 17, Prairie 
River east to Steel River, 39,936.30; Towland Construction Ltd., No. 55-51, 
hot mix paving and granular base, 8 miles, 11.5 miles south of Longbow 
Corners, 54,159.21; No. 55-146, granular base and hot mix paving, 6.8 miles, 
Highway No. 70, from 19.6 miles south of Longbow Corners, 186,800.76; 
No. 55-150, granular base and hot mix paving, 0.1 mile, Highway No. 11, 
Washago Ramp and Service Road, 4,696.63; No. 55-181, granular base and hot 
mix paving, 5.7 miles, Highway No. 71, from 2 miles west of Stratton to 1 mile 
west of Pinewood, 177,670.33; No. 55-211, grading, culverts and granular base, 
5 miles, Highway No. 71, Revision "A" 1.5 miles west of Barwick, and 
Revision "D" west of Pinewood, westerly 3 miles, 221,180.77; No. 55-229. 
granular base and hot mix paving, Highway No. 401, from 0.55 mile east of 
Sweaburg Road to 0.9 mile east of Highway No. 19, (plus 1 Cloverleaf), 
538,041.26; No. 55-231, granular base and hot mix paving, Highway No. 401. 
from 0.39 mile east of West limit of Township of Dereham to 0.35 mile west 
of Highway No. 73, 508,294.82; No. 55-480, winter sanding, Toronto District, 
18,928.07; No. 55 : 487, winter sanding, Toronto District, 27,470.44; No. 55- 
495, hot mix, resurfacing and granular base, 11.4 miles, Highway No. 35, 
Victoria-Haliburton Road, 167,773.22; No. 56-72, hot mix paving, 13.5 miles, 
Highway No. 17, Oxdrift westerly, 76,680.00; No. 56-337, hot mix paving, 
20 miles, Highways 7 and 82, various locations, 34,908.30; No. 56-338, hot mix 
paving, 46 miles, various locations, Highways 27 and 22, 56,301.82; No. 56-340, 
hot mix paving, Highways 19 and 3, Tillsonburg to Mount Elgin — Tillsonburg 



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King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Contracts — Continued 

west, 40,009.82; No. 56-341, hot mix paving, Highway No. 2, Ingersoll to Wood- 
stock, Eastwood to Paris, 17,314.03; No. 56-378, resurfacing, 14.7 miles, High- 
way No. 22, Wisebeach to Hickory Corners, 265,280.01; J. H. Turcotte, No. 
55-520, bridge painting, Fort William District, 1,550.00. 

Uren Construction Ltd., No. 55-185, clearing and fencing, 5.36 miles, Highway 
No. 11, from Orillia By-Pass to Washago By-Pass, 6,631.66; No. 55-472, 
winter sanding, Hamilton District, 13,293.20; No. 55-500, winter sanding, 
vicinity of Toronto- Whitby, 17,703.67; No. 55-506, crushed gravel, Sec. Road, 
from Sprucedale to Highway No. 69, 18,291.18; No. 55-508, crushed gravel, 
Sec. Roads, from Magnetawan to McKellar and Dunchurch to Ardbeg, 
21,449.90; No. 55-510, crushed gravel, Highway No. 7A, from Port Perry to 
Junction of Highways 7A and 35, 12,560.28; No. 56-331, crushed gravel, High- 
ways 52, 54 and 97, various locations, 17,599.93; No. 56-352, crushed gravel, 
Highway No. 17, North Bay to Mattawa, 13,838.36; No. 56-428, winter sanding, 
vicinity of Peter's Corners, 34,646.40; No. 56-430, winter sanding, vicinity of 
Duff's Corners, 72,043.20; No. 56-434, winter sanding, vicinity of Whitby, 
62,228.16. 

Warren Bituminous Paving Co., Ltd., No. 52-373, resurfacing, 12 miles, High- 
ways 2 and 25, Oakville to Campbell's Corners, Highway No. 25 to Brant 
Street, 1,328.45; No. 55-02, grading, hot mix and structure, Queen Elizabeth 
Way, Lake Street at St. Catharines, 31,466.14; No. 55-124, channelizations, 
(4), Highway No. 58, Hamilton District, 48,571.43; No. 56-70, hot mix paving, 
5.2 miles, Highway No. 88, Bradford to Bondhead, 96,020.48; No. 56-74, new 
structure, grading and hot mix paving, 0.72 miles, Queen Elizabeth Way, 
Geneva Street Intersection in St. Catharines, 436,664.69; No. 56-86, hot mix 
paving, 13.7 miles, Highway No. 11, Big East River — Emsdale, 124,515.29; 
No. 56-343, hot mix paving, Highway No. 7, Indian River to Norwood, 
31,756.32; No. 56-344, hot mix paving, Highway No. 2, Cobourg to Colborne, 
48,922.04; No. 56-347, hot mix patching, Highways 8 and 58, vicinity of St. 
Catharines, 60,607.04; Woollatt Construction Ltd., No. 55-180, grading, culverts, 
granular base and hot mix paving, 13.3 miles, Highway No. 18, Amherstburg 
to Harrow, 352,606.38; No. 56-58, grading, culverts, granular base, concrete 
base and hot mix paving, 2.01 miles, Highway No. 39, Tecumseh Blvd., 
Windsor, 250,093.66. 

Yundt & McCann Construction Ltd., No. 56-369, crushed gravel, Stratford 
District Yard and Gait Patrol Yards, 11,996.84. 

Total 67,589,714186 

Rental of Owner Operated Equipment: 

Aalto, Adolph, 2,290.40; Alvin Adams, 2,100.15; Raymond Aho, 2,570.28; Alex 
Ainslie, 4,035.50; H. J. Amell, 2,087.60; Howard Amell, 3,071.75; Reid Anslev, 
6,697.75; Gordon Atkinson, 2,718.70; Rosair Ayotte, 4,304.40; 

Barstead, Cameron, 7,068.60; Michael Basaraba, 2,646.50; Jas. Beatty, 3,873.45; 
Adam Beauparlant, 3,806.95; Howard Beckett, 7,998.40; Emilien Bergeron, 
3,647.70; Ormand Birtch, 2,982.00; Eugene Bissonette, 2,283.45; Alfred Bongard, 
2,215.00; Clement Boutin, 6,404.75; Irwin Bowen, 2,085.00; Sam Breutsch, 
6,520.25; C. Brewer, 5,095.50; Gordon Buder, 3,318.70; R. L. Buffington, 
4,154.70; 

Caldwell, A. B., 2,172.00; Nicholas Cepesko, 3,955.00; Metro Chaschuck, 5,493.20; 
John Chaval, 6,355.25; George Clark, 2,009.60; Fred Clinton, 7,261.38; Jack 
Collins, 4,257.30; Gordon Couch, 9,693.31; Harold Craig, 3,631.60; Harry Craig, 
5,134.00; Murray Croghan, 3,668.00; D. A. Culham, 6,970.65; 

Davis, Gifford, 4,083.45; Patrick Dellaire, 5,274.80; G. A. Delong, 2,332.65; 
Howard Delottinville, 5,269.15; John Denysek, 3,276.00; A. Desayeux, 
7,206.50; Wilfred Desserre, 2,545.55; Vincent Diana, 2,108.75; Jos. Ducharme. 
4,643.70; Jas. Duffy, 2,897.60; Arthur Duhamel, 7,246.25; Frank Dysievick, 
2,254.00; 

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Rental o{ Owner Operated Equipment — Continued 

Earl, Wm, 2,541.45; S. J. Eckensviller, 3,611.63; Wm. Eckensviller, 2,609.00; 
Alvin Edwards, 5,482.23; G. E. Edwards, 2,367.15; Jack Edwards, 11,156.60; 
Patrick Edwards, 3.741.50; Melvin Eno, 4,217.50 Ray Eno, 2,940.50; Jerry 
Enright, 5,323.15; Alpha Ethier, 7,294.00; 

Fabian, Harry, 3,409.90; Jos. Fava, 5,813.65; Jack Fawcett, 3,859.45; Ivan Fisher, 
2,226.00; Chas. Fitzhugh, 2,678.00; 

Gardner, W., 7,396.83; Roland Gauthier, 2,411.15; Stanley Germain, 6,078.10; 
Gerry Gionet, 2,737.95; Oswald Gliddon, 2,601.00; Eddy Gobeil, 2,215.45; 
Donald Goodfellow, 3,000.30; Randolph Gordon, 5,119.25; H. J. Green, 5,971.00; 
Robt. Greener, 3,257.10; Earl Gregg, 4,743.98; Norman Gregory, 2,256.10; 
Vern Grexton, 6,337.50; Theodore Guilbeault, 6,210.00; M. J. Gunnlaugson, 
2,295.00; 

Haavaldsrud, Bert, 4,018.80; Samuel Hand, 2,432.50; Norman Hannivan, 
2,695.05; Earl Hanson, 2,733.85; Mark Hanson, 2,145.15; H. N. Harper, 
2,306.40; Harold Harris, 6,908.00; Fred Hartnell, 2,239.65; Dwight Hazen, 
2,056.95; AFred Hevder, 3,9.3.40; Setti Hietanen, 2,282.40; Clayton Hilker, 
2,798.50; Norman Hollinger, 4,374.60; Otto M. Holmes, 7,703.33; Elmer 
Hopkins, 3,314.60; John Hopper, 5,764.50; Urho Hovi, 4,096.92; Clarence 
Hutchins, 3,129.00; 

Ibbitson, Gerald, 3,311.50; Wilbert Ingram, 2,114.57; 

Jackson, A., 2,937.08; Arne Jalava, 2,628.15; Isaac Jenkins, 3,413.90; Lee Jennison, 
2,095.80; John Jessup, 4,571.95; Jarl Jetmundson, 2,665.00; John A. Johnson, 
3,623.80; Thos. Johnsrud, 2,035.60; Toivo Jussinoya, 3,717.35; 

Kankkunen, John, 2,497.25; Jos. Karjalainen, 2,205.20; Chas. Kelly, 2,060.00; 
S. Keown, 2,428.70; Andrew King, 2,496.00; Karl Kisman, 5,981.50; John 
Kitt, 2,933.85; Arvo Kivi, 4,242.70; Onni Koivisto, 6,039.00; Albert Korpi, 
7,134.60; Stephen Kortz, 2,661.75; Hjalmar Kosola, 4,454.20; Jack D. Kosola, 
3,820.60; Wm. O. Kramp, 3,508.40; Harold Kuno, 3,983.95; Leonard Kuurila, 
4,671.00; 

Lacosse, Albert, 5,646.75; Leon Lacroix, 3,146.13; Jas. Lamb, 7,452.90; Raymond 
Lamontagne, 6,027.35; Andy Lavallee, 3,111.20; Henry Lavallee, 2,239.75; 
Ed. Lefaivre, 3,843.00; Andy Legault, 2,431.00; Robt. Leighton, 4,838.90; 
Hormidas Lepage, 2,954.50; Stephen Lesovich, 3,068.82; Russell Lindquist, 
7,590.15; Bruce B. Logan, 4,074.60; Chas. Long, 2,300.50; Robt. W. Long, 
5,733.75; Weikko Loukola, 3,147.20; Taisto D. Luhtala, 6,877.50; E. J. 
Luhanten, 2,111.39; Hab. Lussier, 3,980.15; J. A. Lvtle, 2,364.80; Reino 
Lyytinen, 5,102.65; 

MacDonald, Lockie, 2,937.50; Milton MacDonald, 4,997.55; John MacKinnon, 
4,579.20; Gordon Maggrah, 5,794.28; Eero Maki, 3,547.70; Emil Maki, 
3,689.85; Paul Maki, 2,744.00; Stuart V. Martin, 5,177.20; Melvin Martyn, 
4,519.20; Wm. May, 6,966.00; Harry McCluskey, 3,170.50; Neil McDonald, 
5,518.75; Geo. M. McKay, 7,183.25; Neil McKenzie, 3,129.60; John McLaughlin, 
2,898.95; J. Keith McMurray, 6,039.10, Murray McNamara, 3,160.85; Wm. A. 
McQuaker, 3,430.35; Kenneth Meads, 5,174.30; Wm. Merklev, 2,937.55; 
Armand Methe, 3,479.00; Lawson Middleton, 7,222.95; Morley Mills, 2,982.00; 
Wm. Moffatt, 2,511.25; Leonard Montgomery, 3,711.50; Nelson Moratz, 
5,022.20; Jos. Morin, 2,320.00; Stanley Morrison, 4,654.16; Harry Morrow, 
3,320.10; Kenneth Morrow, 2,146.60; Clarence Mose, 3,651.05; 

Nelson, Ed., 2,615.80; Glen Nelson, 2,297.40; Gordon Nero, 3,022.55; Rov 
Nicholson, 9,492.20; 

Oitment, Archie, 5,091.50; Ilmar J. Oksanen, 3,308.20; John W. Oksanen, 5,151.63; 
Douglas Olmstead, 2,232.05; Stanley I. Ostrowski, 5,087.50; 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F37 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Rental of Owner Operated Equipment — Continued 

Parizeau, Camil, 2,576.20; A. Parker, 8,318.10; J. Pedersen, 2,639.00; John Pegg, 
4,521.80; Gudolf Peterson, 2,558.60; Allan T. Pickard, 4,527.80; Eugene Piette, 
2,926.00; Peter Pitelko, 3,477.45; Sid. C. Prouty, 4,149.60; 

Richer, Jos., 2,799.50; Wm. Richmond, 2,406.50; Albert Rimes, 3,028.90; Jas. F. 
Robinson, 3,099.75; Robt. J. Robinson, 6,476.75; Aaron Rose, 3,328.85; Donald 
Rosenburg, 2,133.25; Wellington Rosenplot, 5,078.30; Samuel Routlev, 2,248.80; 
Eugene Roy, 6,650.25; Jos. Roy, 5,491.15; Kenneth Russell, 2,303.25; 

St. Jean, Elmer O., 4,830.00; Arthur St. Laurent, 7,433.25; Lawrence San Cartier, 
3,005.75; Emil K. Sauer, 6,886.00; Wm. Schaaf, 7,865.55; A. J. Schaefer, 
5,135.15; Ross Schlotzhauer, 7,288.75; Geo. Selman, 2,006.55; Clarence Sheedy, 
2,736.50; Ernest Sheffield, 5,467.78; Peter A. Silvaggio, 2,474.00; Mel Silver, 
3,393.85; J. R. Skidmore, 2,303.54; Marshall Slack, 3,055.50; Bernard Smith, 
4,852.85; Bert Smith, 4,874.85; J. E. J. Smith, 2,142.00; Wilbert Smith, 
6,575.25; Wm. Sohm, 2,706.00; Jas. Stephen, 2,220.75; Elmer Stillar, 8,569.80; 
Sigurd Swanson, 2,700.50; 

Taylor, Chas., 5,184.60; Dale Taylor, 2,795.40; Frank Taylor, 4,075.20; Gilbert 
Tennyson, 3,397.00; Merico Tesolin, 2,116.54; A. L. Thompson, 3,193.75 
Victor Tolen, 2,186.95; Archie Tompkins, 3,627.25; Harvev Trachsel, 3,768.05 
Jack Trelford, 3,645.40; Melville Trumbull, 3,135.76; John Tulin, 2,768.82 
Wm. Turcotte, 7,231.80; 

Vachon, Alex, 2,327.55; John Vance, 2,411.90; J. B. Varrin, 2,460.50; Orien E. 
Venne, 3,552.50; Rheal Veronneau, 6,576.50; Jos. Vlahovich, 8,669.50; Leo 
Voyer, 4,824.85; 

Wagner, Ken, 5,586.00; John Walenius, Sr., 2,228.80; Albert Wannamaker, 
5,344.20; Alex Wanzuk, 2,205.70; Lawrence Wark, 4,299.75; Ray Warpula, 
2,979.20; Lome Weaver, 5,660.65; Willis F. Welsh, 3,780.00; Gordon White, 
4,228.90; Harold Whitehead, 5,852.85; Chas. Whittaker, 3,197.00; Ronald 
Wilbee, 4,477.20; Ross Williams, 7,789.05; Herbert Wilson, 4,127.56; Ernest 
Wing, 3,388.50; Francis W. Wren, 6,234.15; 

Yerkie, Norman, 3,086.00; 

Accounts under $2,000, 547,810.34. 

Total 1,629,264 54 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc.: 

Services and Materials 7,077,212 88 

Bituminous Materials 4,499,095 75 

Engineering Services 2,991,304 32 

Road Equipment Purchases 2,986,157 63 

Steel 2,859,594 84 

Salt 2,259,496 18 

Road Equipment and Ferry Maintenance 2,016,538 71 

Culverts (metal) 1,903,824 57 

Buildings 1,802,871 65 

Gasoline, Lubricants and Coal Oil 1,704,540 79 

Travelling Expenses 1,619,016 26 

Equipment Rentals (other than truck) 1,485,804 14 

Car Mileage 1,476,851 39 

Truck Rentals 1,413,474 36 

Moving Poles and Public Utilities 1,087,308 09 

Calcium Chloride 985,952 35 

Cement, Pozzolith, etc 923,450 82 

Freight, Express and Cartage 746,169 99 

Stone 727,545 35 

Connecting Links 699,447 69 

Office Expenses 574,001 14 

Office Supplies 515,789 13 

Office Equipment and Furniture 500,292 12 

Lumber 494,123 31 



F 38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Paint and Supplies 378,709 05 

Compensation and Insurance 363,918 43 

Constructing Subways and Overhead Bridges 343,096 47 

Scotchlite 310,007 57 

Gravel 299,848 81 

Lumber (creosoted) 268,071 57 

Miscellaneous 264,988 17 

Hardware 231,481 06 

Railway Sidings, Wig Wags, etc 202,533 79 

Traffic Signals and Road Lighting 199,705 34 

Fencing Materials 194,676 80 

Posts (steel) 181,193 84 

Camp Food Supplies 179,668 09 

Posts (wooden) 178,096 62 

Signs 169,275 03 

Pipe, Vitrified Clay, Tile, etc 150,301 32 

Trees, Shrubs, Fertilizers, Weed Killer, etc 148,761 42 

Engineering Supplies 139,886 39 

Hand Rail and Guide Rail Material 124,597 67 

Fire Extinguishers and Refills 119,083 82 

Bailey Bridges 104,665 19 

Catch Basins, Frames and Grates 102,807 25 

Electrical Supplies 94,052 72 

Survey Monuments 87,787 45 

Sand.... 82,121 25 

Engineering Equipment 81,892 89 

Taxes and Drainage Assessments 71,075 48 

Teletype Rental 68,480 33 

Board and Lodging (paid to contractors, etc.) 63,708 49 

Repairs and Damages to Municipal Roads 61,041 19 

Expenses re Department-Owned Rented Property 59,749 04 

Labour, Miscellaneous (other than on paylists) 57,315 82 

Printing Room Expenses 56,250 83 

Coal and W T ood 54,732 37 

Inspection and Testing 53,734 16 

Rentals and Storage 52,466 22 

Travelling Expense Sundries 47,832 86 

Explosives 45,641 00 

Metal Bridge Plank 45,518 40 

Laboratory Equipment 45,421 38 

Mobile Telephone Service 44,696 04 

Bus Rentals 39,269 99 

Customs Duty 38,477 35 

Camp Equipment 37,354 97 

Fill and Borrow 36,534 64 

Snow Fence 35,885 35 

Culverts (cement) 35,335 68 

Joint Ontario Highway Research Program Contribution 31,297 01 

Sidewalk Subsidies . # 24,670 21 

Fares for Employees paid directly to air transportation companies .... 15,081 16 
Fares for Employees paid directly to transportation companies 

other than air 14,024 09 

Staff Recruiting in the United Kingdom 12,928 50 

Aerial Surveys 1 1,499 1 1 

Blacksmithing 9,954 86 

Pre-Treated Stone 9,675 68 

Burlap and Bags 9,657 48 

First Aid Supplies 7,828 06 

Overtime Meals 6,774 79 

Jackhammer Bits 5,553 20 

Sales Tax 3,957 59 

Expansion Joints 3,870 04 

Advertising 3,320 78 

Creosote Oil and Other Wood Preservatives 2,565 24 

Wayside Tables 1,593 00 

49,575,863 86 

Items transferred from other sections 40,827 44 

49,616,691 30 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F39 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 
Aalto, Adolph, 3,166.80; Abitibi Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 6,907.94; Abso Blue 
Prints, Ltd., 6,242.05; Ace Tire & Battery Service Ltd., 4,320.30; Acme Bear- 
ings & Parts, Ltd., 3,324.21; Acme Planing Mills, 8,460.63; 'W. Acton, 
2,964.60; J. D. Adams Co., Ltd., 110,036.94; H. VV. Adcock, 2,189.39; Addresso- 
graph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 8,310.03; Township of Admaston, 19,808.73; 
Aiken & MacLachlan, Ltd., 6,691.42; Air-Con, Ltd., 65,883.50; Leo Alarie 
& Sons, Ltd., 24,631.25; Albion Woodworks, 5,050.00; Aldershot Equipment 
Rental, Ltd., 2,199.60; Alex's Radiator Service, 2,625.49; Alexander Hardware 
Co., Ltd., 5,402.98; Algom Uranium Mines, Ltd., 10,998.57; Algoma Central 
& Hudson Bay Railway Co., 5,251.86; Algoma Steel Corporation, Ltd., 
243,179.44; S. W. Allan, 5,076.92; R. Allard, 2,099.80; Allatt Auto Supply, 
Ltd., 13,104.44; G. H. Allen, 2,460.06; Town of Alliston, 10,740.00; Alloy 
Metal Sales, Ltd., 3,993.07; Township of Alnwick, 18,997.34; Ambassador 
Mfg., Co., (Ontario), Ltd., 2,367.60; American Coleman of Canada, Ltd., 
14,628.60; R. G. Amos, 2,782.84; E. Anderson, 2,007.64; Harvey Andrew, 
2,068.30; S. Anglin Co., Ltd., 10,096.58; Anglo Traders, Ltd., 3,246.82; G. P. 
Angus, 5,196.90; Len Angus, 8,642.70; J. D. Ansley, 3,280.55; Geo. Appleby 
2,551.29; Leo Arcand & Gerard Arcand, 3,001.00; S. W. Archibald, 36,445.56; 
Argo Patterns, 2,156.75; Argosy Carriers, Ltd., 2,520.00; J. R. Ariss, 3,570.05; 
Armco Drainage & Metal Products of Canada, Ltd., 923,010.10; A. H. J. 
Armstrong, 2,667.16; Armstrong Bros., Construction, 2,921.22; C. G. Russell 
Armstrong, 2,992.49; Vernon Armstrong, 7,432.80; F. Arnett, 2,517.11; J. H. 
Ashdown Hardware Co., Ltd., 3,811.61; R. C. Ashenhurst, 10,106.25; Astra 
Steel Structures, Ltd., 5,409.20; Township of Atikokan, 26,226.74; W. S. Atkins 
& Associates, Ltd., 2,424.82; Atlas Copco Canada, Ltd., 11,381.17; Atlas 
Engineering & Machine Co., Ltd., 3,108.51; Atlas Polar Co., Ltd., 3,081.39; 
A. Atwood, 2,263.76; J. R. Aubin, 2,005.06; Irenee Audet, 10,760.53; C. A. 
Auld Supply, Ltd., 5,999.80; Auto Electric Service Co., Ltd., 5,487.97; Auto- 
motive Safety Foundation, 9,235.63; Borden Avery, 3,265.20; W. & T. Avery 
(Canada), Ltd., 2,536.50; 

B. K. & B. Truck Bodies, Ltd., 2,244.35; A. H. Bailey, 2,307.35; Bailey Construc- 
tion Co., Ltd., 5,610.34; Baines & David, Ltd., 6,835.09; D. W. Baird, 2,345.39; 

C. M. Baker, 5,690.06; W. R. Baker, 2,761.42; Ball Construction Co., Ltd., 
3,056.00; Hugh Ball, 3,196.70; W. L. Ballentine Co., Ltd., 457,602.35; Bancroft 
Lumber, Ltd., 8,112.43; H. H. Bannerman, 2,113.04; E. G. Barber, 2,871.31; 
David Barbour, 2,748.30; J. D. Barclay, 3,110.17; H. S. Bare, 2,909.46; L. 
Barnett, 2,758.37; Barnett-McQueen Co., Ltd., 6,327.21; G. Barr, 2,061.67; 
Town of Barrie, 7,868.25; G. R. Bartlett, 2,128.28; K. Bartlett, 4,314.37; 
Bartlett's Auto Electric Service, 4,644.09; Robt. Bartley, 2,695.10; Erwin 
Bartz, 5,409.85; M. Basaraba, 5,820.44; Township of Bastard and Burgess 
South, 9,233.96; H. A. Batsford, 2,304.43; M. Batten, 3,334.32; Frank Baum- 
gartner, 5,077.00; M. L. Baxter Ltd., 17,241.81; Ray Baxter, 3,730.45; R. L. 
Bayne, 2,330.92; C. E. Beales, 2,957.94; Beamer Transport, 3,230.99; K. J. 
Beamish Construction Co., Ltd., 189,954.05; Beaver Lumber Co., Ltd., 
21,858.44; E. S. Beechie, 3,215.49; E. Beemer, 9,270.14; E. Begin, 2,117.39; 
Burns Beharriell, 10,080.75; Donald J. Belcher & Associates, Incorporated, 
13,353.80; B. J. Bell, 3,593.90; Harry H. Bell, 2,431.81; Bell Lumber & Builders' 
Supplies, Ltd., 8,554.78; Bell Telephone Co., of Canada, 331,695.25; W. J. 
Bell, 2,400.94; Township of Belmont & Methuen, 36,037.44; Geo. H. Belton 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 2,631.66; Benn Iron Foundry, Ltd., 2,092.54; Ronald Benn 
15,689.42; Leslie Berger, 3,135.40; W. Bergeron, 3,673.24; Bergman & Nelson 
Ltd., 5,604.49; M. Berman, 2.143.82; Bert's Auto Supply, Ltd., 6,333.12 
Bethlehem Steel Export Corporation, 411,666.81; Ella Bigelow, 2,170.00 
Robt. Billings, 2,544.00; Donald Bilmer, 7,689.50; Biloski Bros., 2,532.50 

D. J. Black, 2,399.89; S. Black, 2,703.64; Jas. G. Blain Estate, 4,680.00; Blair 
Construction, 8,713.50; G. Blakelock, 2,628.36; H. W. Blakney, 2,699.20 
Ralph Blanchard, 2,099.70; L. Blatt, 3,177.61; Blind River Auto Parts, 6,111.72 
Blind River Propane Gas Co., Ltd., 2,771.00; Block & Anderson (Canada) 
Ltd., 4,086.25; R. A. Blyth Co., 6,327.96; Bobcaygeon Construction Co., Ltd. 
11,362.25; Boeckh Co., Ltd., 5,143.00; G. Boggis, 2,620.52; P. Bohonis, 8,092.45 
W. E. Bolan, 5,620.77; C. Bolduc, 2,436.01; Township of Bonfield, 3,061.70 
G. H. Booth, 2,070.34; M. W. Booth, 2,079.11; R. D. Booth, 2,710.60 
G. Borgatti, 5,416,85; Township of Bosanquet, 24,821.78; A. G. Boucher 
8,637.91; Boulley, 2,806.69; A. C. Bourne, 8,530.20; Rene Boussert, 2,585.78 
Albert Boutin, 5,024.11; Arthur Boutin, 5,457.07; Patrice Boutin, 10,018.55 
G. Bowles, 2,095.18; Bowman-Anthony, Ltd., 8,823.55; Bowman, Black & 
Shoemaker, 8,887.60; C. A. Bovd, 2.055.99; W. Boyer, 5,706.80; Carl Bragg 



F40 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

& David Bragg, 7,728.25; Brake Drum & Shoe Service Ltd., 4,145.36; Bramall 
& Co., Construction Ltd., 2,816.27; Town of Brampton, 9,733.91; Branch 
Office Services, 7,942.93; Brandon Packers Ltd., 5,030.86; Brantford Coach 
& Body, Ltd., 80,464.30; Brantford Holan, Ltd., 11,038.50; Township of 
Brantford, 7,068.84; T. J. Branton & Co., Ltd., 3,296.41; F. Y. W. Brath- 
waite, 6,618.94; Brennan Paving Co., Ltd., 10,129.57; Brett Construction 
Co., 8,502.60; R. J. Brewer, 2,424.40; Bridge & Tank Co., of Canada Ltd., 
3,497.36; Bridger's Garage. 2,578.18; Brisco & Todgham, 3,270.76; J. A. Brisson 
& Sons, Ltd., 13,288.00; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 1,697,731.74; British 
Motors, Ltd., 9,510.05; Township of Bromley, 9,458.41; D. Brooks, 6,929.88; 
Henry Brouard, 2,281.20; Township of Brougham, 3,181.50; Brouse Bros., 
3,553.38; Brouse Bros., Construction Ltd., 4,627.60; David Brown, 2,098.00; 
H. E. Brown Supply Co., Ltd., 15,804.67; G. R. Browning, 3,128.16; Bruce 
Municipal Telephone System, 6,833.31; R. P. Bruce, 2,292.04; Bruce Station 
Lumber & Supply Co., 3,760.32; Township of Brudenell and Lyndoch, 24,999.49; 
Brundige Construction Co., Ltd., 2,975.55; Chas. Bruning Co., (Canada) Ltd., 
4,455.07; Donald Brunne, 2,311.07; Brunner, Mond Canada Sales, Ltd., 
968,615.40; Brunswick Automotive Supply Co., Ltd., 2,939.39; Bryan's, 2,865.65; 
Buckvale Industries, 3,918.42; Bud's Transfer, 2,937.79; Building Products, 
Ltd., 397,236.20; J. A. Bunn, 2,163.09; Township of Burleigh and Anstruther, 
9,712.03; J. A. Burleigh. 3.509.10; Inter-Urban Area of Burlington-Nelson, 
9,851.13; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 714,617.70; Burns & Co., Ltd., 13,758.15; 
Burtch Industrial Farm Industries, 51,576.00; H. C. Burton Co., Ltd., 4,213.45; 
Business Systems, Ltd., 3,478.75; Philippe Buteau, 2,704.62; R. L. Butson, 
2,517.93; By-Products Co., of Canada, 3,526.16; Z. Byblow, 2,565.82; Byron 
Telephone Co., Ltd., 2,360.90; 

C. & C. Paving, 2,153.59; C-0 Two Fire Equipment of Canada, Ltd., 2,223.73; 
Caddick Wood Products, 2,499.75; J. F. Caldwell, 2,592.61 ; Village of Caledonia, 
84,190.53; J. E. Callaghan, 2,485.21; Township of Calvert, 19,626.78; Township 
of Cambridge, 7,772.55; Township of Camden East, 9,998.66; Lloyd Cameron, 
3,004.15; K. E. Campbell, 2,764.03; Marshall Camobell, 3,501.65; Max 
Campbell, 3,450.65; N. B. Campbell, 3,266.99; Robert Campbell, 4,615.30; 
S. Campbell, 2,319.01 ; Campbell Steel & Iron Works, Ltd., 2,901.44; Campbell's 
Locker, 6,338.10; Campsall Electric Co., Ltd., 6,590.65; Campsall's Tire 
Service, 2,929.93; Canada Building Materials, Ltd., 2,664.39; Canada Cement 
Co., Ltd., 494,749.73; Canada Creosoting Co., Ltd., 94,820.77; Canada Crushed 
& Cut Stone, Ltd., 17,456.77; Canada Culvert Co., Ltd., 136,417.25; Canada 
Iron Foundries, Ltd., 56,440.40; Canada Packers, Ltd., 40,870.08; Canada 
Steamship Lines, Ltd., 16,583.67; Canada Western Distributors, Ltd., 14,290.50; 
Canada Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., 12,740.33; Canadian Aero Service, Ltd., 
3,690.00; Canadian Bitumuls Co., Ltd., 179,081.76; Canadian Bridge Co., 
Ltd., 6,466.10; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 13,190.95; Canadian 
General Electric Co., Ltd., 27,963.01; Canadian Good Roads Association, 
3,020.58; Canadian Industries (1954), Ltd., 47,355.54; Canadian Kodak Sales, 
Ltd., 19,035.87; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 5,453.98; Canadian Line 
Materials, Ltd., 6,386.92; Canadian Liquid Air Co., Ltd., 5,713.68; Canadian 
Longyear, Ltd., 3,033.08; Canadian Mill Supply Co., Ltd., 3,766.40; Canadian 
National Institute for the Blind, 2,218.17; Canadian National Express, 21,426.89; 
Canadian National Railways, 704,282.81; Canadian National Telegraphs, 
18,514.35; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 190,499.75; Canadian Pacific Express 
Co., 16,105.63; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 222,761.85; Canadian Petrofina, 
Ltd., 7,238.54; Canadian Propane (Ontario), Ltd., 3,817.63; Canadian Salt 
Co., Ltd., 1,340,716.54; Canadian Steel Corporation, Ltd., 80,622.28; Canadian 
Westinghouse Supply Co., Ltd., 49,102.96; D. Carkner & Co., 5,094.33; Clifford 
Carleton, 2,646.02; County of Carleton, 51,357.25; Township of Carlow, 
15,795.66; Oscar Carlson, 5,263.17; C. B. Carlvle, 3,392.59; Carmichael Agencies, 
7,257.50; J. A. Carmodv, 4,239.25; Township of Carnarvon, 30,998.71; E. P. 
Carr, 2,348.27; W. H. Carr, 9,552.59; Alphonse Carriere, 11,718.91; Carrington 
Lumber & Builders' Supplv, Ltd., 3,808.84; Carroll Contracting Co., Ltd., 
24,899.91; J. G. Carrothers, 6,047.97; Carsen Instruments, Ltd., 39,975.42; 
Carters, Ltd., 2,494.81; Cartier Oil of Timmins, Ltd., 2,641.18; Tom Cassidy, 
2,937.00; j. Castellan, 2,377.15; Castrol Oils (Canada), Ltd., 9,884.78; Caswell 
Construction Co., Ltd., 30,875.33; Cataphote (Canada), Ltd., 12,784.00; 
Ross W. Caverlev, 4,864.45; Laurence Cazaly, 6,352.59; Cementation Co., 
(Canada), Ltd., 2,659.39; Central Bridge Co., Ltd., 5,476.62; Central Scientific 
Co., of Canada, Ltd., 4,359.51; J. B. Chambers, 13,591.30; J. C. Chambers, 
2.260.92; Champlain Oil Products, Ltd., 2,872.81; Andrew Chapman, 2,701.20; 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 41 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Chapman Hardware, 4,071.87; W. R. Chapman Auto Electric, Ltd., 5,155.89; 
Metro Chaschuk, 10,965.75; Chatco Steel Products, Ltd., 36,701.00; City of 
Chatham, 24,091.87; Chatham Motors, Ltd., 3,543.55; Township of Chatham, 
20,252.69; N. D. Checkley, 3,165.99; J. A. Cheeseman, 2,432.99; R. Cheeseman, 
2,305.55; Charles Chenard, 20,231.23; Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Co., 
4,222.61; Ben Chicoine, 2,128.85; J. M. Childs, 2,681.94; H. F. Chisamore, 
2,858.57; Township of Chisholm, 7,119.63; Chown Ltd., 7,370.46; Christie 
Bros., Co., Ltd., 2,353.46; J. Christie, 2,471.90; Municipality of Christie, 3,353.65; 
Chrysler Corporation of Canada, Ltd., 309,038.58; Cities Service Oil Co., 
Ltd., 48,682.80; City Meat Market, 5,878.50; S. S. Clapperton, 2,135.50; 
D. G. Clark, 6,127.37; C. J. Clarke, 4,014.46; Claydon Co., Ltd., 26,500.00; 
H. W. Clelland, 6,575.58; W. G. Clelland, 2,498.17; M. Clement, 6,490.35; 
J. E. Clubb, 2,783.91; W. W. Clymer, 2,123.17; Town of Cobalt, 2,649.39; 
Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 237,015.80; Cochrane Hardware (Western), 
Ltd., 9,793.01; Cochrane Public Utilities Commission, 7,348.98; Cockshutt 
Farm Equipment, Ltd., 41,115.18; Bryce R. Code, 3,944.86; W. R. Coe, 
3,889.11; Gordon Cole, 34,765.20; W. S. Cole, 14,465.49; Coleman Lamp & 
Stove Co., Ltd., 3,056.45; Coleman Munro, Ltd., 10,447.73; Collins Bros., 
Ltd., 3,364.83; C. Collins, 2,174.21; D. P. Collins, 2,887.16; Commercial 
Photoprints, Ltd., 14,278.66; Compressed Air Equipment, Ltd., 40,327.06; 
Concrete Pipe, Ltd., 52,991.54; Conklin Lumber Belle River, Ltd., 3,612.00; 
D. K. Connolly, 3,602.41; Conrad, Inc., 12,183.77; Consolidated Engines & 
Machinery Co., Ltd., 2,235.05; Consolidated Sand & Gravel Ltd., 30,304.98; 
Construction Equipment Co., Ltd., 14,866.90; Continental Can Co., of Canada, 
Ltd., 3,258.60; Contractors Machinery & Equipment, Ltd., 4,264.20; Con- 
tractors Service, Ltd., 68,726.80; Allan G. Cook, Ltd., 6,860.13; B. G. Cook, 
5,860.12; Marvin Cook, 5,372.70; E. E. Cooke, 2,250.50; Cooke Willys, Ltd., 
13,664.78; Arthur Coon, 2,348.50; Fred Coones, 4,517.50; H. L. Coons, 265,129.92; 
Alf Cooper & Co., 6,687.40; C. W. Cooper, 2,135.16; G. Cooper, 2,199.44; 
A. Cope & Sons, Ltd., 34,799.49; H. Copeland, 2,181.92; Copp Builders' Supply 
Co., Ltd., 4,244.28; E. J. Corbett, 4,335.12; J. T. Corkill, 2,305.88; E. Corlev, 
2,471.76; Township of Cornwall, 12,959.00; Robert Corriveau, 2,565.13; 
Corrugated Pipe Co., Ltd., 91,199.67; H. L. Costante, 2,501.80; G. E. Costello, 
6,212.07; J. Couch & Sons, 4,012.65; Coverdale & Colpitts, 8,000.00; James 
Cowan & Co., Ltd., 11,477.19; M. F. Cox, 8,128.80; J. A. Coyle, 3,286.32; 
H. S. Crabtree, Ltd., 18,098.67; Craig Bit Co., Ltd., 6,677.10; J. E. Craig, 
2,298.62; Crane, Ltd., 11,200.52; J. Cranney, 3,073.99; Norman Crooke, 4,549.50; 
Crossley Bros., Ltd., 2,119.72; Geo. W. Crothers Ltd., 180,986.44; N. H. Crowe, 
3,689.70; Cunard Steam-Ship Co., Ltd., 3,353.06; Curran & Briggs Ltd., 
16,568.64; A. R. Currie, 3,319.32; A. J. Currier, 2,184.21 ; W. Lome Cuthbertson, 
3,872.15; 

Dalhousie & Sherbrooke North, Township of, 20,343.19; W. B. Dalton & Sons 
Ltd., 2,995.42; D'Amours Bros., 2,401.00; R. P. L. Daniels, 2,020.64; E. Darby 
& Sons, 14,300.00; Township of Darling, 5,437.85; A. Darrah & T. Darrah 
3,194.75; Davev Tree Expert Co., of Canada, Ltd., 5,054.06; G. Davidson 
3,499.96; I. U. Davis, 2,279.40; J. T. Davis, 2,799.00; Dawson-Coleman, Ltd. 
5,115.13; Davmond Co., Ltd., 8,282.72; Jas. Degagne, 6,170.25; C. Delaurier 
2,352.60; DeLeuw, Cather & Co., of Canada, Ltd., 125,911.46; R. M. Dell 
2,253.99; DeLuxe Transporation, Ltd., 15,272.61; F. L. Delyea, 2,022.82 
Township of Denbigh,- Abinger and Ashby, 13,999.97; Jean Dery, 2,773.05 
J. Desrochers, 5,179.24; DeVilbiss (Canada), Ltd., 5,576.09; Dibblee Con 
struction Co., Ltd., 28,567.53; A. B. Dick Co., of Canada, Ltd., 2,845.64 
W. Dickinson, 5,480.19; W. Dicks, 2,552.87; Gordon Dickson Equipment 
Ltd., 100,417.25; G. E. Dillon, 4,379.82; M. M. Dillon & Co., Ltd., 95,216.23 
Dingwall Motors, Ltd., 2,081.43; Direct-Winters Transport, 7,235.70; Disher 
Farrand, 2,835.33; Disher Steel Construction Co., Ltd., 2,143.16; Doall Co. 
of Canada, Ltd., 2,494.55; M. C. Dodge, 2,037.88; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd. 
14,269.87; Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., 127,370.11; Dominion 
Catering Co., Ltd., 29,737.19; Dominion Natural Gas Co., Ltd., 87,694.93 
Dominion Road Machinery Sales Co., Ltd., 185,365.53; Dominion Rubber 
Co., Ltd., 11,839.93; Dominion Wire Rope & Cable Co., Ltd., 9,187.62; Donald 
Inspection Ltd., 19,291.00; Donald Ropes & Wire Cloth, Ltd., 6,877.47; H. F. 
Donegan, 5,271.84; G. M. Donnelly, 2,924.03; H. Donnelly, 4,277.00; D. D. 
Donovan, 2,850.16; Township of Dorchester North, 2,034.62; Albert Dostie 
2,573.10; Bruce Dougall Supply, Ltd., 6,970.00; Arthur Doupe, 2,598.20 
Township of Dover, 2,693.37; Dow Chemical of Canada, Ltd., 8,168.50; Dow 
Corning Silicones, Ltd., 2,467.23; Dow's Auto Electric Ltd., 5,336.44; T. Dowell 



F42 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

& J. Taylor, 10,175.50; Geo. A. Downey, 13,708.00; G. A. Draper, 4,005.34 
N. K. Drew, 3,303.29; D. J. Driscoll, 3,771.74; Drummond, McCall & Co. 
Ltd., 8,878.16; Drury Construction Co., Ltd., 5,535.87; Dryden Paper Co. 
Ltd., 45,317.28; Town of Dryden, 3,361.04; Dubreuil Lumber Co., Ltd. 
5,548.71; J. C. Duff, Ltd., 2,988.15; N. H. Duff, 2,470.30; County of Dufferin 
14,843.68; Duke Lawn Equipment, Ltd., 9,915.66; R. A. Dumond, 2,401.79 
G. R. Dunbar, 2,596.03; Duncan Bros. Supply, Ltd., 3,412.91; Laura Duncan 
2,921.40; Dunlop Canada, Ltd., 17,124.09; R. Dunn, 2,900.24; D. L. Dunning 
2,071.31; Ernest Dupuis, 5,652.00; Durham Crushed Stone, Ltd., 43,288.63 
Durham Motors, Ltd., 3,395.22; Dutch Office Cleaners, 2,360.00; 

Eastern Scale Works, 3,199.02; Eastern Steel Products, Ltd., 201,638.81 
Eastern Welding Co., Ltd., 15,621.58; Eaton Chemical & Dyestuff Co., 2,075.52 
T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 3,879.39; Geo. W. Ecclestone, Ltd., 3,706.31; C. B. Edgar 
2,305.61; M. R. Edgar, 2,702.27; J. A. Edgerton, 3,843.64; G. L. Edwards 
4,749.52; J. L. Edwards Motor Sales, Ltd., 3,593.90; Jack Edwards, 3,111.60 
Edwards Sudbury Ltd., 3,907.64; Einarson & French Bes-Test Products, Ltd. 
7,962.80; Robt. Elder, Ltd., 5,449.90; Electric Motor Sales & Service Co. 
Belleville, Ltd., 6,381.89; Township of Elizabethtown, 20,578.88; G. W 
Elliott, 9,772.21 ; Verna Elliott, 2,613.00; Geo. Ellis Cartage Co., Ltd., 17,118.36 
Township of Elmsley South, 3,364.19; Elora Construction Co., Ltd., 17,658.96 
H. Elston, 2,339.86; Township of Elzevir and Grimsthorpe, 22,607.28; R. B 
England, 2,090.12; Ray Eno, 8,047.00; Equipment Sales & Service, Ltd., 5,295.85 
W. Erickson, 3,252.90; Township of Ernestown, 13,882.57; R. Blake Erwin, 
113,939.68; R. Esch, 2,129.00; Esco, Ltd., 45,057.50; Township of Escott 
Front, 3,049.86; Township of Essa, 46,445.84; Esscorp Investments, Ltd., 
30,360.91; County of Essex, 27,164.99; E. F. Essex, 2,915.52; Township of 
Etobicoke, 2,768.40; Eutectic Welding Alloys Co., of Canada, Ltd., 6,396.69; 
Evans Contracting Co., Ltd., 3,796.99; Evans Lumber & Builders Supply, 
Ltd., 8,203.60; A. F. Everest, 9,203.84; J. H. Eves, 2,476.68; Excelsior Refineries, 
Ltd., 21,763.63; 

Fairbank Lumber Co., Ltd., 16,984.44; R. V. Fairman, 3,022.41; Arnold O. Fallis, 
6,153.80; C. H. Fallis, 2,669.39; Township of Faraday, 3,268.30; Len Farley, 
2,998.70; J. D. Farrell, 2,060.60; Federal Equipment of Canada, Ltd., 4,680.83; 
Federal Equipment Supplies, Ltd., 3,084.63; Feldman Timber Co., Ltd., 
4,025.21; A. Fennell & Son, 2,132.94; Township of Ferris East, 5,271.10; A. T. 
Fife & Co., 2,186.01; Vital Filion, 6,361.70; R. G. Finch, 3,501.47; Township of 
Finch, 2,805.15; Walter Finch & Sons, 2,167.20; D. E. Finlay, 3,525.60; Finn 
Equipment Co., 19,878.66; Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., of Canada, Ltd., 
43,099.56; C. P. Fisher, 56,114.60; Hector Fisher, 3,192.55; Fitzsimmons Fruit 
Co., Ltd., 3,148.69; J. J. Flanagan, 2,981.38; F. A. Fleming, 17,308.71; H. 
Flim, 5,945.53; Flintkote Co., of Canada, Ltd., 130,398.51; Township of Foley, 
7,381.56; Forbes' Construction Co., 4,932.74; Forbes' Construction Co., Ltd., 
3,647.18; Ford Motor Co., of Canada, Ltd., 300,910.77; Ford Plumbing & 
Heating Co., Ltd., 3,250.84; S. J. Ford, 2,228.76; Ford Tractor & Equipment 
Sales Co., of Canada, Ltd., 25,274.66; J. Forrest, 2,278.60; J. G. Forster, 2,041.71 ; 
Fort Garry Tire & Auto Supplies, Ltd., 6,519.26; City of Fort William, 9,000.43; 
Fort York Construction Co., Ltd., 62,584.95; Fernand Fortin, 2,642.70; J. D. 
Foster, 2,298.97; Foundation Co., of Ontario, Ltd., 119,517.82; Foundation 
of Canada Engineering Corporation, Ltd., 271,707.77; D. Fountain, 2,023.55; 
Fowler Construction Co., Ltd., 66,936.39; W. Fowler, 2,249.45; V. C. Fox, 
2,127.80; W. K. Fox, 2,506.25; Franceschini Bros. Construction Ltd., 9,242.88; 
Frankford Concrete Products, 2,570.19; C. Fraser, 6,450.16; J. F. Fraser, 
4,821.82; L. Fraser, 11,032.72; T. M. Fraser, 2,173.53; G. A. Frawley, 2,505.64; 
A. E. French, 5,297.72; E. F. French, 2,104.05; Gerard Freve, 4,098.50; S. Frew, 
2,143.49; W. M. Friar, 2,291.56; W. C. Friedmann, 2,438.72; Frontenac Auto 
Electric Service, 9,468.19; County of Frontenac, 120,079.77; Frontenac Quarries, 
Ltd., 2,381.80; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 120,823.15; Fullarton Properties, 
Ltd., 17,500.00; R. J. Fulton, 3,071.51; Robt. H. Funk, 16,891.35; Robt. H. 
Funk & Associate, 14,115.95; 

G B C Sales & Service, Ltd., 4,595.77; Fred M. Gaby & Co., 2,524.49; John 
Gaffney Construction Co., Ltd., 3,220.75; Leo. Gagne, 7,690.12; Raoul Gagnon, 
2,124.48; Wm. Gagnon, 2,031.05; D. H. Galbraith, 2,534.80; Frank Gallant, 
5,082.39; B. M. Galloway, 64,224.39; City of Gait, 26,105.22; Township of 
Galway and Cavendish, 7,142.13; Gamble-Robinson, Ltd., 14,709.66; Garage 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 43 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Supply (Belleville), Ltd., 3,310.58; Garage Supply (Hamilton), Ltd., 3,825.61; 
R. A. Garden, 3,901.19; W. D. L. Garey, 2,668.50; J. B. Garland, 2,092.05; 
Ed. Gaunt, 3,617.33; Leo. Gauvreau, 2,127.15; General Auto Parts & Service 
Co., 5,906.73; General Motors Products of Canada, Ltd., 68,133.90; General 
Supply Co., of Canada, Ltd., 120,530.84; General Tire & Rubber Co., of Canada 
Ltd., 8,010.36; Geocon, Ltd., 10,695.86; Corporation of Georgetown, 14,973.26; 
R. D. Gerow, 4,360.98; W. S. Gerrie & Associates, Ltd., 14,652.04; G. M. 
Gest, Ltd., 44,259.90; Gestetner (Canada), Ltd., 2,974.65; Sir Alexander Gibb 
& Partners, 24,472.54; G. C. Gibson, 2,194.41; Jas. Gibson & Sons, 21,591.17; 
Gibson Motors, Ltd., 2,090.30; R. G. Gibson & Sons, Ltd., 2,822.09; Giffen 
Truck Equipment, Ltd., 41,812.71; Eugene Gilbert, 6,271.30; H. F. Gilbert, 
3,202.58; H. A. Giles, 5,826.85; Gill Bros., 3,449.87; Gillis & Warren, Ltd., 
3,320.17; Eli Gingras, 3,251.55; Gerry Gionet, 2,626.75; Paul Girard, 29,381.82; 
Township of Glackmeyer, 8,224.84; Glad Bros., 2,341.25; B. K. Glassford, 
2,270.69; J. D. Glassford, 4,867.85; Oswald Gliddon, 2,160.00; Town of Goderich, 
4,435.07; D. Godin, 2,846.49; G. H. Godsall Equipment, Ltd., 2,056.11; Godson 
Contracting Co., Ltd., 38,155.49; Golden Fuels, 2,333.14; B. H. Goldthorpe, 
3,411.84; Andrew Golphy, 2,603.30; Fred H. Gooch, 4,741.84; J. E. Goodman 
Sales Ltd., 28,620.55; B. F. Goodrich Canada, Ltd., 28,968.35; Goodyear 
Tire & Rubber Co., of Canada, Ltd., 75,990.92; R. E. Gordon, 6,906.12; J. R. 
Gorra, 8,069.62; Walter Gosnell, 10,819.00; E. L. Gough, 2,516.80; J. Gourlay, 
4,203.26; Township of Gower North, 20,442.14; Graham & Graham Ltd., 
6,512.53; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 94,769.31; H. Grant, 3,046.63; Township of 
Grantham, 3,921.69; A. Gratton, 3,871.07; Great Northern Woods Co., Ltd., 
3,110.41; H. J. Green, 3,402.00; S. E. Green, 2,467.46; B. Greening Wire Co., 
Ltd., 22,748.91; H. H. Greenly, 2,417.48; Plenio Gregnol, 2,670.00; County of 
Grey, 42,410.39; Grey- Wellington Paving, Ltd., 6,039.76; R. A. Griff, 5,787.51; 
Arthur Griffin, 9,060.98; Griffin Bros., 9,868.86; D. W. Griffith, 2,082.30; 
Township of Griffith and Matawatchan, 4,969.74; Grinnell Co., of Canada, 
Ltd., 11,548.65; J. E. Gruspier, 2,882.91; Guelph Sand & Gravel, Ltd., 11,810.76; 
M. J. Gunnlaugson, 11,415.00; Gurney Construction Co., Ltd., 2,025.00; R. B. 
Guthrie, 2,245.66; Township of Gwillimbury West, 4,942.21; B. Gyokery, 
2,408.03; Gypsum, Lime & Alabastine, Canada, Ltd., 8,981.66; 

Haavaldsrud, Olav, Timber Co., Ltd., 66,930.16; Hacquoil's, 26,730.48; Hagers- 
ville Asphalt Paving, Ltd., 19,574.69; Hagersville Quarries, Ltd., 8,892.09; 
D. A. Haig, 4,006.56; J. J. Haigh, 2,794.78; Lome Haight, 5,457.65; County of 
Haldimand, 16,015.36; Haldimand Quarries & Construction, Ltd., 24,181.73; 
Township of Haldimand, 7,957.12; J. W. Haley, 7,884.10; R. T. Haley, 
7,967.40; D. Hall, 5,546.82; Vincent Hall, 3,988.60; W. H. Hall & Associates, 
7,375.88; D. Hallahan & Sons Construction, Ltd., 16,679.74; Haloid Co., of 
Canada, Ltd., 11,244.00; Hamilton Carhartt Mfg., Ltd., 9,027.41; Hamilton 
Cement Products & Supplies, 14,749.84; City of Hamilton, 59,312.79; K. G. 
Hamilton, 4,552.61; J. Hampshire, 5,087.00; Hancock Tire Tread Co., 2,247.52; 
Thos. Hanlon, 6,062.84; Jack Hanson, 3,442.50; Hanson Transport Co., Ltd., 
9,181.33; Harnden & King Construction Ltd., 6,305.51; Chas. Harris, 2,900.72; 
Frederic R. Harris & Giffels & Vallet of Canada, Ltd., 18,776.92; Keith Harris, 
3,696.45; Town of Harriston, 3,060.71; Harvey Construction Co., Ltd., 
18,872.15; John M. Harvey, 22,320.39; Haslam Transportation, Ltd., 7,895.76; 
County of Hastings, 32,554.91; Tom Hatch, 2,284.28; A. A. Hay, 2,254.18; 
M. Hay, 2,205.84; Harry Hayley & Sons, Ltd., 25,135.13; Hayward Transport, 
6,668.91; F. A. Hayward Transport, Ltd., 12,265.90; J. Hazuda, 2,262.65; 
Howard B. Head, 7,859.87; W. J. Hedges, 5,776.28; Geo. H. Hees Co., Ltd., 
32,484.37 ; Alexander Hehn, 2,086.20 ; Heigh ton Tire & Retreading, Ltd., 2,339.22 ; 
Hendrie & Co., Ltd., 5,837.42; E. Henry, 3,196.06; F. Henry, 2,680.05; 
Hepburn Bros., 4,674.93; J. Avery Hepburn, 2,117.50; Wm. A. Heron, 
2,423.76; Herron's Automotive, 2,322.10; Maurice Hewett, 102,108.78; 
Hewitson Construction Co., Ltd., 14,960.82; C. A. Hewson, 2,042.36; F. Hibbert, 
3,355.88; M. A. Hicks, 2,919.15; Highway Security Guide Rail, 5,625.00; Hill- 
Clark-Francis, Ltd., 13,295.55; S. J. Hill & Sons, Ltd., 4,650.12; Township 
of Hinchinbrooke, 5,174.68; C. Hinsperger, 3,089.87; C. Hinton Co., Ltd., 
3,030.24; S. T. Hinton, 3,378.30; P. S. Hinze, 2,188.42; Hi-Way Construction 
Co., Ltd., 3,777.68; Hoar Transport Co., Ltd., 4,953.16; W. Hodder & Co., 
Ltd., 7,560.50; M. L. Hoffele, 2,062.60; Clement Hogan, 2,346.25; Hogg & Lytle 
Ltd., 37,215.00; Holden Mfg., Co., Ltd., 6,246.56; Holley Construction, 
3,370.78; Holstead & Orendorff, 36,933.60; Home Lumber, Ltd., 6,118.36; 
C. Homer, 4,963.79; G. S. Hook, 6,485.26; A. Hooper, 2,249.58; Duncan 
Hopper & Associates, Ltd., 5,598.72; Hopper Foundrv, Ltd., 6,147.90; J. T. 



F44 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Horner, 2,199.95; R. W. Horsley, 3,306.82; E. A. Horton Sales, Ltd., 22,944.35; 
Horton & Haynes, 2,658.97; J. E. Horton, 2,130.83; Township of Horton, 
44,231.16; Jos. Houle, 4,172.95; H. S. Howden, 2,076.26; C. D. Howe Co., 
Ltd., 5,092.71; D. J. Howe, 8,294.95; K. L. Howe, 2,068.59; Kerry T. Howe 
& Associates, 54,537.95; Kerry T. Howe & Associates, Ltd., 54,789.96; G. U. 
Howell, 2,031.87; Donald Howitt, 3,657.15; E. S. Hubbell & Sons, Ltd., 
85,104.97; Huggard Equipment Co., Ltd., 3,349.49; Hughes Cartage, 2,382.50; 
Hughes-Owens Co., Ltd., 49,172.50; Township of Humberstone, 2,089.30; 
Township of Humphry, 6,405.08; Township of Hungerford, 12,716.60; Hunter 
Bridge & Boiler Works, 2,053.83; G. K. Hunter, 3,805.15; R. Hunter, 3,317.86; 
Township of Huntingdon, 5,743.90; Huntsville Planing Mills, 5,637.32; H. W. 
Hurrell, 2,181.45; Husky Oil & Refining, Ltd., 537,818.51; Clarence Hutchins, 
3,127.50; Hydro-Electric Commission, Township of Brantford, 3,099.81; Hydro- 
Electric Commission, Township of Etobicoke, 12,357.53; Hydro-Electric Com- 
mission, Port Hope, 2,303.84; Hydro-Electric Commission, Township of Toronto, 
8,593.25; Hydro-Electric Commission, Township of North York, 6,009.61; 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 717,847.89; 

Ideal Supply Co., Ltd., 3,839.78; Imperial Flo-Glaze Paints, Ltd., 132,026.77; 
Imperial Oil Ltd., 2,363,131.84; Independent Inspection Services Ltd., 9,852.19; 
Industrial Farm, Burwash, 2,689.08; F. Ingham Construction Co., 3,323.26; 
Jack Ingoldsby, 2,337.85; Albert C. Ingram, 2,998.75; Innes Equipment, Ltd., 
6,489.68; Instruments (1951), Ltd., 33,906.26; Inter-City Truck Lines, Ltd., 
3,942.17; International Business Machines Co., Ltd., 4,039.27; International 
Harvester Co., of Canada, Ltd., 370,119.85; International Nickel Co., of Canada, 
Ltd., 2,347.92; International Paints (Ontario), Ltd., 6,509.25; Intrusion Pre- 
pakt, Ltd., 12,813.82; H. Isotalo, 9,456.10; 

Jackett, W. G., 2,425.48; W. G. Jackett & Sons Construction Co., Ltd., 2,659.80; 
M. Jackson, 2,151.76; M. R. Jackson, 2,276.54; A. E. Jacobson Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 5,848.15; Jack Jacobson, 2,492.00; Toivo A. Jacobson, 3,231.20; Real 
Jacques, 3,863.02; Gordon James Construction Co., Ltd., 7,195.00; N. C. 
Jamieson, 2,147.90; Jan Timber & Contracting, Ltd., 2,078.10; Andrew Jenkins, 
2,865.00; Jerry Jenkins, 7,258.40; R. Jenkins, 2,476.19; Lee Jennison, 3,672.70; 
G. Jewell, 2,196.33; Johnson Bros. Co., Ltd., 4,373.59; F. P. Johnson, 2,359.40; 
Howard Johnson, 11,242.95; J. P. Johnston, 2,715.86; R. Johnston, 2,496.98; 
W. Johnston, 2,432.49; W. C. Johnston, 2,314.24; E. H. Jones, 3,025.41; Earl 
Jones, 5,113.79; W. A. Julian, 5,296.43; U. Junkala, 3,815.19; Mossom Junkin, 
2,599.80; 

K.C.S. Data Control, Ltd., 37,191.50; Geo. Kainulainen, 2,966.79; Waino Kaki, 
22,072.98; Kaministiquia Lumber Co., Ltd., 2,403.93; Urho Kangas, 9,640.00 
B. Kaposi, 5,752.80; Elgin Keeling, 4,203.95; Keenan Fence Co., 5,313.50 
R. J. Keenan, 3,066.30; Ed. Kelly, 14,805.80; K. S. Kelsey, 5,423.06; J. J 
Kembley, 2,375.26; Village of Kemptville, 2,250.00; Thos. W. Kendall Ltd. 
8,381.81; Kenora Locker Plant Co., Ltd., 2,703.73; Town of Kenora, 7,866.26 
County of Kent, 21,321.19; S. Keown, 4,126.90; Township of Keppel, 18,700.81 
A. M. Kerr Equipment, Ltd., 72,639.97; J. Logan Kerr, 8,657.50; Joe Kerr 
6,598.80; Russell Kerr, 2,587.30; Kerr's Garage, Ltd., 3,250.89; T. L. Kett 
2,124.99; Keyes Supply Co., Ltd., 26,835.35; Kightley Auto Electric, Ltd. 
3,099.85; Kimber & Dubin, 9,004.85; E. C. King Contracting Ltd., 3,473.56 
King Paving Co., Ltd., 4,581.56; King Seagrave, Ltd., 47,874.71; Shirley King 
3,091.14; Township of King, 2,460.51; G. Kinghorn, 2,706.61; Kingston Auto 
Motor Rebuilding, 2,210.79; Kingston Public Utilities Commission, 2,389.65 
Kingston Shipyards, 15,985.00; Township of Kingston, 9,377.09; Kingsway 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 8,164.81; Kirkfield Crushed Stone, Ltd., 21,683.20; Kirk- 
field Garage, 2,588.25; R. C. Kirkpatrick, 7,810.92; R. W. Kirkpatrick, 7,291.29; 
R. S. Kirkup & Son, 7,163.14; R. F. Kissick, 2,899.26; Jos. J. Kisway, 9,413.85; 
J. F. Kitching, 11,7Q6.45; V. Kitching, 2,645.48; G. H. Kiteley, 11,171.25; 
Township of Kitley, 2,999.70; Harry Klien, 2,589.15; R. L. Kline, 3,195.16; 
M. Knapp, 2,252.08; Wm. Knell & Co., Ltd., 2,211.20; W. A. Knuuttila, 3,629.74; 
I. Koos, 4,389.84; Koppenol & Taylor, 6,627.70; W. Koroscil, 2,991.90; Kosmack 
& Price Ltd., 3,301.00; Florence Kosnaskie, 5,569.85; M. Kostic, 3,547.12; 
Koval Bros., 5, 139.96; J. Koziuk, 3,517.65; Adolph Kreger, 2,101.05; John Kron 
& Son Ltd., 3,721.84; Leonard Kuurila, 2,376.00; 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 45 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

LaBarge, P., 2,140.93; M. J. LaBelle Co., Ltd., 12,347.98; LaBombards Chatham, 
Ltd., 4,467.18; K. T. LaCarte, 19,229.78; Romuald LaChance, 3,091.10; 
R. A. D. LaFlamme, 2,135.95; Grayden Laing, 2,487.00; Lakehead Freightways, 
Ltd., 62,391.78; Lakeshore Expressway Consultants, 38,788.81; Chas. Lampi, 
Jr., 2,716.00; County of Lanark, 101,318.03; Township of Lanark, 5,555.16; 
Lanark Wood Products, Ltd., 8,698.55; J. R. Lancaster, 4,330.72; Landon 
Bros., 5,775.75; Department of Lands and Forests, Ontario, 28,348.88; F. Lane, 
2,528.30; Lane & Lane Associates, Ltd., 3,908.00; A. T. Lang, 2,249.58; Jack 
Lankinen, 4,147.21; H. S. Lannin, Ltd., 4,619.48; J. Lapum, 2,857.25; Robt. 
Larose, 3,648.24; Armand Lauzon, 2,555.84; Township of Lavant, 10,847.95; 
Law Construction, Ltd., 2,019.84; R. E. Law Crushed Stone, Ltd., 30,146.91; 
Lawrence & Brown Sales, 2,344.11; F. S. Lawrence, 2,166.20; F. Lawson, 
2,334.57; T. O. Lazarides, Lount & Partners, 243,089.85; Leather Cartage, 
Ltd., 13,372.65; J. C. Lebrun, 2,322.85; Colin LeCraw, 2,340.90; J. D. Lee & 
Co., Ltd., 36,514.20; United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, 184,684.39; 
Township of Leeds and Lansdowne Front, 3,555.68; Alpha Legault, 3,333.80; 
County of Lennox and Addington, 48,777.27; Peter Leonowich, 3,078.35; 
O. Lepage, 2,730.20; E. Levar, 7,464.17; J. D. Levesque, 11,892.05; Levitt- 
Safety, Ltd., 8,512.82; Levy Auto Parts Co., Ltd., 8,723.31; Lewis Bros., 
Hardware, Ltd., 5,441.41 ; J. H. Lewis, 4,641.06; N. C. Lewis, 7,136.19; Lewis & 
Robertson, 2,346.60; Wm. W. Lewis, 2,337.00; Ulysses L'Heureux, 5,019.97; 
Limestone Products, Ltd., 65,523.24; Town of Lindsay, 4,907.36; Lindstrom 
& Nilson Ltd., 17,450.54; Line & Cable Accessories, Ltd., 30,047.41; Liskeard 
Construction, Ltd., 93,077.22; Little Bros., Ltd., 5,720.25; Wallace Little, 
3,536.60; Walter Little, Ltd., 5,271.15; A. E. Lodge, 2,096.55; London Lease- 
holds, Ltd., 14,625.00; London Sand & Stone, Ltd., 13,481.44; London Steel 
Construction Co., Ltd., 4,043.57; Township of London, 12,081.73; London 
Truck Bodies, Ltd., 3,257.26; J. A. Lonergan, 8,984.09; J. G. H. Long, 3,414.43; 
D. C. Longfield, 4,336.36; Looby Construction, Ltd., 3,739.31; F. E. Loscombe, 
2,197.09; A. Lothian, 3,998.12; Paul Loubier, 3,822.00; Chris Loveday, 4,494.48; 
Lowe Bros., Co., Ltd., 3,921.54; L. R. Lowe, 6,810.45; Lowerys, Ltd., 2,618.85; 
D. Lowman, 2,758.57; G. E. Ludlow, 2,757.90; Walter Lundin, 2,205.00; Lundy 
Fence Co., Ltd., 71,269.57; Lutes Cedar & Lumber Co., Ltd., 7,409.60; B. E. 
Lynch, 5,446.70; A. P. Lynes, 2,906.16; F. S. Lynes, 2,040.75; J. A. Lytle, 
3,652.50; 

MacDonell & Conyers, 3,815.38; D. J. MacDonell, 5,419.64; Mack Trucks of 
Canada, Ltd., 11,463.31; A. M. MacKay, 40,960.33; Gordon MacKay & Co., 
Ltd., 2,194.00; MacKay & MacKay, 10,062.67; Macklaim Construction Co., 
Ltd., 62,957.82; Jas. D. MacLean, 3,000.00; MacMillan & Bloedel Sales, (On- 
tario), Ltd., 32,285.17; J. D. MacMillan, 27,267.96; John Macoun, 4,109.83; 
MacPherson Fuels, Ltd., 3,130.82; Madawaska Valley Telephone Co., Ltd., 
3,093.05; R. A. Madill, 2,540.06; Maguire's Garage, (New Liskeard), Ltd., 
2,204.84; Paul Maki, 2,979.90; Mandeville Insulation & Acoustics, 3,044.40; 
Manvers Municipal Telephone System, 4,127.50; A. D. Margison & Associates, 
Ltd., 199,883.12; Margison & Babcock, 6,740.29; Gus Marker Block & Tile, 
Ltd., 23,979.75; S. J. Markiewicz, 4,176.16; Bernard Marks & Co., Ltd., 2,570.03; 
Township of Marlborough, 29,211.40; Marmac Construction, Ltd., 2,977.00; 
Municipality of Marmora and Lake, 11,326.24; Marnoch Office Supply Co., 
16,458.75; F. W. Maroney, 4,820.26; W. H. Marr, Ltd., 10,602.34; A. S. Marshall, 
2,815.70; Marshall, Macklin & Monaghan, 7,355.94; Marshall & Milway, 
99,589.08; T. C. A. Marshall, 3,896.78; W. G. Martin, 4,800.00; Martlin & 
Lawrie, Ltd., 6,108.31; C. R. Martyn, 4,192.93; Marziali & Nairn, 4,509.00; 
Mascioli Construction Co., Ltd., 4,597.50; Masco Electric Co., Ltd., 4,599.46; 
Mason, Foulds, Arnup, Walter & Weir, 2,611.35; Massey-Harris-Ferguson, 
Ltd., 50,328.56; Master Builders Co., Ltd., 75,829.20; Westney Matson, 2,123.70; 
Matthews Sash & Door, 12,920.32; K. R. Maundrell, 2,119.87; Max Mawson, 
3,473.60; H. A. Maxwell, 7,964.70; J. E. Maxwell, 2,360.48; Township of Mayo, 
9,682.00; Michael J. McAlpine, 2,990.50; Norman McBain, 4,060.00; McBride 
Motors, Ltd., 2,296.47; W. C. McBride, 2,071.03; G. McBurney, 2,627.83; 
B. E. McCallum, 2,047.41 ; S. R. McCaulev, 2,367.00; G. V. McClelland, 2,842.32; 
W. R. McClelland, 2,629.27; E. L. McColl, 2,605.60; McColl-Frontenac Oil 
Co., Ltd., 170,234.47; Kenneth H. McConnell, 14,024.49; A. H. McCoy Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., 59,849.97; McCov Foundry Co., Ltd., 43,231.14; Jas. 
McCrea, 3,521.75; Ray McCullough, 2,937.05; McCully Bros., 2,000.00; J. A. 
McDonald, 2,546.25; P. J. McDonald, 2,302.20; N. A. McDougall Construction 
Manitoulin, Ltd., 38,776.75; D. G. McEachen, 2,254.96; Murray McEachern, 
12,134.55; C. W. McEwen, Ltd., 13,296.25; J. J. McFadden Lumber Co., Ltd., 
4,377.08; H. J. McFarland Construction Co., Ltd., 22,332.41; Ivan McFarland. 



F46 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

2,382.60; R. H. McGauley, 2,451.09; Stan McGill, 2,087.10; D. McGregor, 
2,325.71; K. A. McGregor, 2,183.83; McGuinty & Murray, 6,696.00; McHaffie- 
Birge Construction Co., Ltd., 8,618.90; F. McHale, 2,824.42; I. A. McHugh, 
2,010.72; R. H. Mcllmoyle, 2,509.83; S. Mcllmoyle, 2,071.96; J. M. Mclnall, 
2,726.05; B. A. Mcintosh, 2,390.10; G. B. Mclntyre, 2,019.26; W. C. McKay, 
20,047.25; Russell McKechnie, 8,090.00; McKee Bros., Ltd., 14,876.46; Mc- 
Keown Equipment, Ltd., 2,528.47; J. A. McKeown Co., 45,295.04; J. A. Mc- 
Keown Co., Ltd., 2,444.74; J. T. McKeown, 2,174.20; McKerlie Automotive Ltd., 
8,024.56; J. McKillop, 2,157.89; McKillop, Logan & Hibbert Telephone Co., 
Ltd., 4,752.07; Township of McKim, 37,434.24; Finley W. McLachlan Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., 17,563.23; A. T. McLaren, 2,983.65; J. A. McLean, 2,165.50; 
A. B. McLennan, 56,197.43; McManus Motors, Ltd., 2,147.00; McMaster 
Fuels, Ltd., 2,040.14; M. F. McMullin, 2,623.06; McNamara Construction 
Co., Ltd., 88,309.46; J. J. McNamee, 4,382.57; A. McPhail, 5,493.34; W. R. 
Meadows of Canada, Ltd., 3,364.17; Meakins & Sons, Ltd., 2,088.54; Mechanical 
Advertising, Ltd., 17,709.12; Township of Medonte, 11,780.80; S. K. Melski, 
2,363.27; Menard Construction, Ltd., 11,411.40; Merchants Distributors, Ltd., 
6,283.93; Emmanuel Mercier, 4,952.34; Mercury Blueprinting Co., 6,699.73; 
Mercury Blueprinting Co., Ltd., 4,704.96; W. G. Merrick, 4,949.91; John 
Merrithew, 3,813.13; Metcalfe Rural Telephone Co., Ltd., 2,540.85; Township 
of Michipicoten, 14,611.30; R. W. Midgley, 3,686.85; R. W. Mighton, Jr., 
57,862.45; L O. Milks, 2,481.56; Herb. Miller, 15,236.74; Miller Paving, Ltd., 
108,783.30; Miller's Garage, 4,228.11; G. A. Millsap, 2,060.60; K. A. Minaker, 
2,263.26; Minnesota Mining & Mfg., of Canada, Ltd., 342,084.69; A. Mitchell, 
8,624,19; Modern Vulcanizing Service, 2,144.80; H. Moffatt, 4,757.53; Moles- 
worth Independent Telephone Co., 2,147.85; B. Molyneaux, 4,379.66; Township 
of Monaghan South, 27,490.43; Township of Mono, 4,300.00; E. P. Moore, 
5,022.50; John C. Moore, 42,009.12; Morris Bros., 7,028.25; Morris Burlap 
Mfg., Co., 4,658.00; Morrison Bros., Ltd., 4,400.10; Morrison, Hershfield, 
Millman & Huggins, 7,932.32 ; J. Lew Mose, 3,240.25 ; Motorways, Ltd., 4,416.48; 
Motorways, (West), Ltd., 2,138.99; Mount Dennis Welding, 14,191.00; Mount 
Dennis Welding, Ltd., 9,823.20; Mount McKav Feed Co., Ltd., 2,879.37; 
Mowbray Construction, 11,019.68; R. F. Mucklestone, 7,091.48; Chas. W. 
Mullett & Co., 2,033.21; G. P. Mullins, 2,351.56; Municipal Spraying & Oiling 
Co., Ltd., 6,171.13; N. Munro, 3,486.15; Munroe Equipment Sales, Ltd., 
7,101.89; C. K. Murphy, 3,306.75; Murphy-Deacon-Manor Co., Ltd., 5,309.96; 
Murray Associates, Ltd., 97,373.88; Murray Bros., Lumber Co., Ltd., 2,038.30; 
Alurray's Lumber & Building Materials, 7,041.48; Muskoka Auto Parts, 
18,144.48; Muskoka Auto Parts, Ltd., 3,363.50; Muskoka Construction, Ltd., 
27,486.89; Muttart Builders' Supplies (Kingston), Ltd., 2,708.65; Myers 
Builders Supplies, Ltd., 2,172.24; Llovd N. Myers, 3,051.55; Mvers Motors, 
Ltd., 2,723.84. 

Napanee Iron Works, Ltd., 6,701.17; National Cash Register Co., of Canada, 
Ltd., 54,725.15; National Cut Stone, Ltd., 3,000.00; National Grocers Co., 
Ltd., 3,764.69; National Sewer Pipe, Ltd., 5,586.14; Municipality of Neebing, 
5,159.60; Needles Tire & Appliance, 2,567.42; United Townships of Neelon 
and Garson, 52,782.88; W. D. Neilipovitz, 2,439.00; J. S. Neilson, 6,067.98; 
Nelson Construction Co., 3,350.00; Nelson Crushed Stone, Ltd., 9,132.81; 
Township of Nelson, 29,547.68; Township of Nepean, 19,511.43; New York 
Central Railroad Co., 12,129.27; P. G. Newell Lumber Co., 3,157.94; J. J. 
Newlands, 8,589.52; A. Newman & Co., 5,119.51; Newman Structural Steel, 
Ltd., 12,707.43; Niagara Concrete Pipe, Ltd., 12,126.96; Niagara Falls Bridge 
Commission, 28,552.70; City of Niagara Falls, 30,369.36; Niagara Packers, 
Ltd., 2,755.30; Niagara Paint & Chemical Co., Ltd., 37,437.60; Niagara Struc- 
tural Steel, Ltd., 152,853.53; Nicholas Nimigon, 4,774.00; Harold Noble, 
2,056.00; Jas. W. Nolan, 3,799.55; Nonskid Pavement, Ltd., 20,645.60; Nordic 
Truck & Equipment, Ltd., 39,588.34; Township of Normanby, 17,290.25; 
North American Lumber & Supply Co., (Ltd.), 12,521.93; North Bay Auto 
Electric, Ltd., 3,483.67; North Bay Auto Supply, 10,253.97; North Bay Con- 
struction Products, Ltd., 10,028.13; North Bay Masonic Temple, Ltd., 6,725.00; 
North Star Oil, Ltd., 31,005.79; Northern Auto Supply Co., Ltd., 4,399.89; 
Northern Builders Sales, Ltd., 5,970.99; Northern Canada Supply, Ltd., 
11,136.56; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 48,112.08; Northern Engineering & 
Supply Co., Ltd., 9,347.85; Northern Oil Co., Ltd., 7,493.63; Northern Paint 
Co., Ltd., 2,178.34; Northern Propane Gas Co., Ltd., 8,291.13; Northern 
Telephone Co., Ltd., 24,131.11; Northern Welding" Supplies, Ltd., 2,394.44; 
Northern Wood Preservers, Ltd., 190,292.98; Northland Contractors, 6,270.50; 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 47 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Northland Equipment & Supply Co., 2,969.47; United Counties of North- 
umberland and Durham, 371,926.71; Burton Norton, 2,726.95; Leo Nunn, 
3,492.50; Cecil Nutt, 3,084.00; Oscar Nymark, 5,806.90; 

O'Dale, Chas. P., 11,028.59; Office Overload Co., Ltd., 14,872.32; D. W. Ogilvie, 
5,990.96; R. O'Hagan, 3,323.42; J. O'Hare, 35,947.30; Geo. Olar, 5,750.75; 
N. S. O'Leary, 2,611.81; W. Oliver, 3,667.43; Oliver's Haulage, 3,461.70; E. 
Olney, 4,582.35; J. J. O'Neill, 5,634.18; Ontario Agricultural College, 3,300.00; 
Ontario Auto Parts Supply Co., Ltd., 3,715.97; Ontario Automobile Co., Ltd., 
2,639.68; Ontario Blueprint Co., Ltd., 6,016.71; Ontario Bridge Co., Ltd., 
28,687.47; Ontario Business Equipment, 3,223.62; County of Ontario, 37,445.50; 
Ontario Equipment & Supply, Ltd., 22,513.37; Ontario Gasoline & Oil, Ltd., 
2,288.15; Ontario Motor Service, 2,126.96; Ontario Northland Railway, 
98,251.84; Ontario Reformatory Industries, Guelph, 2,800.00; Ontario Safety 
League, 2,577.02; Onway Construction Co., Ltd., 10,532.35; W. O'Reilly, 
2,176.37; Township of Orillia, 72,857.40; Orillia Water, Light & Power Com- 
mission, 2,947.44; Township of Oro, 12,133.76; E. J. Orr, 2,292.35; G. 
O'Shaughnessy, 2,182.97; G. Oster, 14,290.49; Township of Otonabee, 20,200.34; 
City of Ottawa, 401,920.39; P. Otway, 2,616.04; F. Ouellette, 2,291.65; Owen 
Sound Motors, Ltd., 2,689.57 ; Owen Sound Public Utilities Commission, 2,480.43 ; 
Township of Oxford-on-Rideau, 3,600.00; 

Pace, A. R., 2,115.71; J. Pachner, 2,040.28; Packard Electric Co., Ltd., 2,631.00; 
Cyril W. Pake, 3,029.18; Leo. Paiment, 2,152.69; Township of Pakenham, 
7,528.80; Mary Pallot, 2,589.95; Palm Dairies, Ltd., 2,366.16; Paragon-Revolute 
(Canada) Ltd., 22,420.47; Herve Parent, 3,694.00; Wm. Park, 13,912.70; 
C. C. Parker & Associates, Ltd., 42,937.09; Parker & Schaeffer, 16,047.65; 
A. Parks, 2,026.57; A. Parnamagi, 2,376.90; D. R. Paterson, 2,500.20; Paterson 
Spring Service, Ltd., 2,523.40; H. Paulin & Co., Ltd., 2,052.95; Herve Payant, 
2,632.98; L. W. Payne, Jr., 2,242.21; Payne's Service Station, 2,119.42; P. A. H. 
Peacock, 2,088.21; Frederick J. S. Pearce, 16,823.56; Pearl Assurance Co., 
Ltd., 39,046.82; Pedlar People, Ltd., 202,549.36; Peel Construction Co., Ltd., 
7,416.15; County of Peel, 137,252.50; W. J. Peel, 4,308.90; L. Peever, 2,503.18; 
Pelletier & Barriault, 11,449.93; Chas. Pelletier, 13,419.54; Wilfrid Pelletier, 
7,024.14; Penfound Varnish Co., Ltd., 5,144.85; Peninsula Lumber & Supplies, 
Ltd., 9,607.27; Penvidic Contracting Co., Ltd., 5,476.60; Township of Percy, 
14,999.46; Township of Petawawa, 17,001.95; Peterborough Automotive Supply, 
Ltd., 14,631.42; County of Peterborough, 60,812.98; Allan Peterson, 3,513.80; 
Gudolf Peterson, 5,618.55; E. M. Peto & Associates, Ltd., 14,330.81; Petzold 
& Brouse, 12,017.46; Phillips & Gavin, 28,607.09; Leslie Phillips, 3,900.75; 
Photographic Survey Corporation, Ltd., 7,894.11; Photostat Corporation, 
6,513.46; J. G. Pierce, 5,195.45; John Pierce Holdings, Ltd., 2,363.86; Frank 
Pilger, 2,429.75; Pioneer Construction Co., Ltd., 9,176.29; Pioneer Garage, 
3,072.23; Pitney-Bowes of Canada, Ltd., 2,757.23; J. N. Pitts Ltd., 10,735.18; 
P. Polequin, 2,059.55; R. Pollard, 7,275.86; Wm. Pollock & Son, Ltd., 12,890.47; 
Town of Port Colborne, 12,527.07; Village of Port Credit, 2,372.08; Village 
of Port Perry, 2,603.54; Picton Porter, 2,390.55; Township of Portland, 
18,135.62; Postmasters, 10,600.09; Potter & Kerr, Ltd., 4,461.93; H. B. Potts, 
2,375.93; Aime Poulin, 2,031.40; J. P. Poulin, 7,493.36; Powco Steel Products, 
Ltd., 3,168.00; E. M. Powell & Associates, Ltd., 60,986.67; Powell Equipment 
Co., Ltd., 21,703.99; M. A. Powell, 2,281.16; Powerlite Devices, Ltd., 11,710.90; 
W. G. Prendergast, 3,056.17; R. S. Prentice, 2,670.08; Prentice Roads & Ex- 
cavating, Ltd., 49,034.66; United Counties of Prescott and Russell, 164,946.54; 
Town of Preston, 25,044.28; Ed. J. Price, 2,264.45; County of Prince Edward, 
101,271.40; Pritchard Engineering Co., Ltd., 6,769.21; Proctor, Redfern & 
Laughlin, 26,229.26; Provincial Tire Co., Division of Dominion Rubber Co., 
Ltd., 23,022.08; John Prystanski, 15,112.02; Department of Public Works, 
Ontario, 1,730,585.33; V. Puga, 2,062.19; Pyrene Mfg., Co., of Canada Ltd., 
2,450.02;. 

Queen's Printer, 622,116.92; Queen's University, 33,129.27; Louis Quirion, 
3,965.03. 

Racey, MacCallum & Associates, Ltd., 86,666.15; Township of Raglan, 29,765.62; 
Ralph Tire Shop, Ltd., 2,002.16; Township of Ramsay, 9,682.72; M. J. Ramsden, 
2,259.29; Ramset Fasteners, Ltd., 6,929.02; W. Randall, 2,360.37; John T. 
Ransom, 7,222.60; Ratcliffe & Smiley Hardware, Ltd., 2,364.29; Rathwell 
& Wain, 5,601.94; Township of Ratter and Dunnet, 11,765.53; Ray-Gordon, 



F48 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Ltd., 15,602.88; Rayner Construction, Ltd., 7,294.08; G. H. Readman, 2,803.52 
Reardon Tool & Supply, Ltd., 2,354.79; Receiver General of Canada, 10,012.58 
Improvement District of Red Rock, 24,230.92; Herbert E. Redman, 2,601.25 
Reed, Shaw & McNaught, 9,054.50; Regent Refining (Canada), Ltd., 32,590.93 
F. Reichert, 5,535.00; W. E. Reid, 16,170.00; T. F. Reidy, 2,197.32; Eric Reilly 
Construction, Ltd., 7,404.65; Reliance Petroleum, Ltd., 40,025.84; Remington 
Rand, Ltd., 20,572.80; Rent-A-Car Co., Ltd., 9,818.91; Reo Motors, Incor- 
porated, 38,103.25; Richards-Wilcox Canadian Co., Ltd., 2,059.20; Richardson's 
Food Market, Ltd., 2,365.60; Township of Richmond, 15,114.50; H. Richter, 
9,230.27; B. Riddell, 2,718.78; Rieger Bros. Construction, Ltd., 4,170.77; A. W. 
Rinn, 2,172.04; Riverdale Garage Co., Ltd., 3,928.53; Riverside Construction 
Co., Ltd., 5,491.45; Lucien Robert, 8,041.90; C. C. Roberts, 3,632.05; Frank 
H. Roberts & Sons, 4,511.05; Charles Robertson, 5,433.54; D. D. Robertson, 
2,336.74; Robertson-Irwin, Ltd., 92,874.73; J. C. Robertson, 6,336.31; Robert- 
steel (Canada), Ltd., 2,050.20; Ellwood Robinson, Ltd., 15,557.43; F. R. 
Robinson, 2,987.36; J. W. Robinson, Ltd., 6,094.37; Roblindale Quarries, Ltd., 
10,787.50; K. P. Rodberg, 3,730.02; B. H. Rodgers, 2,294.99; J. N. Rodrique, 
2,178.06; Bert J. Roe, 6,282.35; Alfred Rogers, Ltd., 274,131.60; Rolling Portage 
Forest Products, 4,877.83; Gerald Rollings, 2,131.88; Clarke T. Rollins, 2,616.22; 
Rosco Metal & Roofing Products, Ltd., 574,888.80; C. S. Ross, 2,242.17; Ross 
Supply & Contracting Co., Ltd., 15,584.31; Rothwell-Perrin Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 8,397.56; Wm. H. Rouse, 7,554.58; J. R. Roy, 2,813.64; Royal Asphalt 
Paving Co., 37,437.50; A. Ruitenberg, 2,770.35; J. E. Rumball, Ltd., 3,298.81; 
Runnymede Steel Construction, Ltd., 38,464.54; Russel-Hipwell Engines, Ltd., 
9,767.99; Hugh Russel & Sons, Ltd., 77,335.31; Russell, Willis & Crispo, Ltd., 
10,918.11; A. Ruta, 2,149.06; A. L. Ryan, 6,895.66; D. H. Ryan, 2,162.72; J. H. 
Ryder Machinery Co., Ltd., 5,661.99; D. S. Ryding, 2,417.77. 



Safety Supply Co., 4,692.71; St. Catharines Public Utilities Commission, 5,119.39; 
Ben St. Croix, 2,874.50; St. Lawrence Cement Co., 21,893.40; Roland St. Pierre, 
3,231.62; City of St. Thomas, 13,151.39; St. Thomas Metal Signs, Ltd., 
6,304.00; Sainthill-Levine & Co., Ltd., 5,300.23; P. Salna, 6,945.96; Samas' 
Specialized Service, 3,075.39; C. A. Sample, 2,542.81; K. C. Sanders, 2,579.28; 
Sandwich East Public Utilities Commission, 5,399.75; Township of Sandwich 
South, 6,619.49; Township of Sandwich West, 8,210.00; Sarnia Bridge Co., 
Ltd., 2,622.98; Township of Sarnia, 27,359.71 ; Sartori & Son Co., Ltd., 2,057.00; 
Sault Airways, Ltd., 3,939.60; City of Sault Ste. Marie, 5,974.57; Sault Struc- 
tural Steel Co., Ltd., 2,475.45; Walter R. Sawicki, 6,565.04; G. Sawyer, 
3,130.37; Sawyer-Massey, 149,972.31; W. G. H. Sawyer, 2,563.59; Scarborough 
Public Utilities Commission, 3,275.95; C. A. Scharfe, Ltd., 21,118.27; Willard 
Schell, 3,829.76; B. A. Schoales, 3,128.95; Nelson Schutte, 2,227.40; Schwarze 
& Watt, 2,374.76; D. W. Scott, 5,174.93; Darvin M. Scott, 2,317.50; Ed. J. 
Scott, 7,663.80; Lindsay Scott Paint & Supplies, Ltd., 7,482.37; Raymond E. 
Scott, 3,170.40; T. Seawright, 2,374.93; J. N. Secord, 2,735.27; Sedmar Co., 
Ltd., 3,120.00; Seeley Bros. & Arnill Construction Co., 4,990.72; G. F. Seeley 
& Son, 5,194.80; Clarisse Seguin, 2,566.95; Leopold Seguin, 3,628.15; Omer 
Seguin, 2,037.05; Seiberling Rubber Co., of Canada, Ltd., 5,160.08; T. F. 
Seppala, 7,441.50; D. J. Seward, 2,994.89; H. Seymour, 2,146.87; T. A. Sharpe, 
2,314.54; Lee Shaver, 3,438.20; Leslie Shaw, 6,317.53; Shell Oil Co., of Canada, 
Ltd., 226,000.09; E. E. Shepherd, 3,171.27; Township of Sherbrooke South, 
20,727.14; Sheridan Equipment Co., Ltd., 119,841.16; Sheridan Nurseries, 
Ltd., 8,147.00; Sherkin Bros., Ltd., 2,569.61; Sherman Sand & Gravel, Ltd., 
2,006.44; Sherwin-Williams Co., of Canada, Ltd., 93,169.70; D. Shier, 4,989.39; 
W. K. Shillington, 2,036.46; G. Sholer, 2,362.80; Sifto Salt, Ltd., 918,528.41; 
Mel Silver, 2,714.80; Silvester Electric, 2,426.10; County of Simcoe, 8,706.22; 
T. S. Simms & Co., Ltd., 3,329.73; John Siska Jr., 3,274.40; Wm. Sittler, 
2,232.05; J. N. Skidmore, 2,024.65; Skidmore's Farm & Forest Products, 
2,283.87; J. J. Skinner, 2,181.87; Anna Rita Smith, 2,111.30; Smith Bros., 
Motor Bodies, Ltd., 27,736.22; Smith & Chappie, Ltd., 9,354.91; Eric Smith, 
3,472.50; H. A. Smith, 11,076.23; H. C. Smith, 4,110.18; John B. Smith & Sons, 
Ltd., 4,200.75; Norm Smith, 7,076.51; R. L. Smith, 2,893.85; Smith Transport, 
Ltd., 12,913.20; W. H. Smith, 2,372.10; Smith's Construction Co., Ltd., 
15,380.91; W. L. Smyth, 7,504.55; Snap-On Tools of Canada Ltd., 3,076.86; 
Snappy Cartage, 4,390.00; V. Snell, 2,464.69; M. L. Snyder & Son, Ltd., 
2,501.51; Soil Investigations & Testing, Ltd., 2,963.66; Soo Mill & Lumber 
Co., 3,767.04; Lewis H. Soper, 2,427.40; Sorel Steel Foundries Ltd., 11,764.64; 
Soules Construction Ltd., 15,169.34; G. Souter, 2,892.81; South Crosby Rural 
Telephone Co., Ltd., 4,521.01; South Leeds & Pittsburg Rural Telephone 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS FJ9 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Co., 4,325.55; Spadoni Bros., Ltd., 2,301.14; J. S. Speller, 7,097.45; Spicer's, 
2,460.52; Spramotor Ltd., 27,856.77; D. S. Springer, 5,779.15; Township of 
Springer, 11,765.24; Spruce Motors, Ltd., 2,785.70; Stainton Bros., Ltd., 
32,524.84; Stainton & Evis, Ltd., 11,276.05; Stamford Public Utilities Com- 
mission, 2,492.42; Standard Motor Replacements, Ltd., 3,655.90; Standard 
Paving Ltd., 101,540.17; B. Stanley, 2,240.78; J. F. Stapleton, 2,578.98; Star 
Transfer, Ltd., 7,774.10; Steed & Evans, Ltd., 3,552.58; Steel Building Sales 
& Supply, Ltd., 11,930.00; Steel Co., of Canada Ltd., 897,667.78; Sterling 
Construction Co., Ltd., 3,635.87; F. Stevenson, 2,049.36; A. L. Stewart, 
11,152.38; Gordon J. Stewart, 2,538.00; Gordon L. Stewart, 3,169.14; Harold 
Stewart Construction Co., Ltd., 30,082.17; R. G. Stillwell, 2,008.11; W. }. Rea 
Stinson & Co., 2,239.26; F. A. Stonehouse & Son, Ltd., 11,198.85; Geo. Storey, 
2,092.20; United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 162,970.88; 
Storms Contracting Co., Ltd., 3,533.55; Township of Storrington, 18,693.30; 
Stouffville Public Utilities Commission, 3,570.57; Stouffville Sand & Gravel, 
Ltd., 3,310.31; Stratford Tire & Battery, 3,127.35; Stratoflex of Canada, 
Incorporated, 8,170.92; A. Strom, 2,015.46; Stump & Spry, 8,891.75; D. T. 
Summers, 3,369.50; Sumner Equipment, Ltd., 21,776.47; Sun-Canadian Pipe 
Line Co., Ltd., 4,005.16; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 26,772.02; Sunshine Waterloo Co., 
Ltd., 4,403.66; N. J. Sunstrum, 42,092.59; Superior Lumber Co., Ltd., 2,265.80; 
Superior Propane, Ltd., 3,274.43; Supertest Petroleum Corporation, Ltd., 
165,336.61; Surveying & Drawing Supply Co., Ltd., 2,410.92; A. Susteric, 
2,331.00; Sutcliffe Co., 5,996.10; H. E. Swance, 2,526.50; Swen Swenson, 
2,531.20; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 28,254.13; Rene Sylvain, 2,259.70; J. Syme, 
6,173.91; 

Tallman, A. H. Bronze Co., Ltd., 3,082.75; Alex Tanner, 12,828.80; R. U. Tate, 
4,067.10; Township of Tay, 28,358.49; A. W. Taylor, 2,432.76; Bert Taylor, 
4,524.46; Evan Taylor, 2,015.50; Taylor Forge & Pipe Works of Canada, Ltd., 
8,012.56; Geo. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 13,858.37; H. F. Taylor, 2,229.83; 
J. E. Taylor, 21,199.99; Lloyd Taylor, 2,899.25; N. Taylor, 2,672.56; Township 
of Tecumseth, 15,760.01; Telephone City Supply Co., Ltd., 3,526.64; Temagami 
Garage, 3,348.80; Carl Tervo, 3,713.29; R. F. Tetreault, 11,760.82; R. G. 
Theyers, 7,223.99; Alphonse Thiboutot, 5,283.73; Francis Thomas, 2,154.56; 
Thompson, Ahern & Co., 10,466.26; Frank Thompson, 5,215.72; P. E. 
Thompson, 2,574.74; R. J. Thompson, 2,370.77; W. S. Thompson, 2,085.01; 
Thomson-Gordon Ltd., 6,265.22; Thorncliffe Equipment Co., 6,151.50; D. E. 
Thrasher, 2,412.01; Thunder Bay Bearings, Ltd., 4,129.34; Thunder Bay 
Harbor Improvements, Ltd., 12,151.64; C. L. Thur, 2,285.00; J. Thur, 2,743.70; 
Tide Water Associated Oil Co., (Canada), Ltd., 4,696.60; Tidewater Oil Co., 
(Canada), Ltd., 2,796.43; Township of Tilbury North, 23,116.89; Tilbury 
West Municipal Telephone System, 2,344.93; Township of Tilbury West, 
2,495.94; Geo. Tilcox, Sr., 4,630.80; Tilson Bros., 3,375.75; Township of Tiny, 
14,741.64; Tire Chains & Accessories, Ltd., 8,382.29; Tittlemier Bros., 3,605.45; 
Ken Tittlemier, 2,709.00; Heino Titto, 2,221.60; Geo. Titze, 4,815.25; Tolton's 
Garage, Ltd., 4,233.35; T. Tomlinson Foundry Co., Ltd., 32,490.35; Tompkins' 
Hardware, Ltd., 3,331.43; J. H. Tondeur, 2,102.20; Tone-Craft Paint & Varnish 
Co., Ltd., 5,241.52; D. B. Topp, 2,372.37; Township of Torbolton, 5,049.34; 
A. L. Torgis & Son, Ltd., 6,940.72; Torgis Automotive, Ltd., 5,813.25; Muni- 
cipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 2,419,267.57; Toronto Reproduction Services, 
Ltd., 10,739.90; Township of Toronto, 177,504.64; Toronto Transit Commission, 
34,244.68; Township of Tossorontio, 94,054.29; W. G. Tough, 2,184.30; Ray 
Tourangeau, 4,803.57; Towland Construction, Ltd., 73,763.25; Cliffe Towle, 
Ltd., 8,018.60; Trafalgar Public Utilities Commission, 6,811.32; Township of 
Trafalgar, 21,864.43; Trans-Canada Air Lines, 6,445.96; Trans-Northern Pipe 
Line Co., 94,479.66; Samuel Trees & Co., Ltd., 5,592.28; Trelco, Ltd., 10,515.51 ; 
I. Tremain, 2,028.96; Lee S. Trevithick, 6,320.00; G. Troup, 2,596.07; Truck 
Crane Service, Ltd., 4,053.50; Truck Engineering, Ltd., 6,954.44; Truck & 
Farm Supply, Ltd., 2,249.44; Andrew Truesdell, 3,967.27; A. A. Tucker, 2,874.25 ; 
Tulloch Bros., 8,087.59; Erwin Tulloch, 5,926.88; Walter Tuzyk, 3,657.15; 
Village of Tweed, 2,257.49; Twin City Industrial Equipment, Ltd., 38,157.44; 
W. S. Tyler Co., of Canada, Ltd., 4,998.09; 

Udy, N., 5,394.10; Underwood, Ltd., 3,148.30; E. R. Uniac, 2,560.52; Union 
Gas Co., of Canada, Ltd., 2,577.31; Union Metal Mfg., Co., 4,442.10; United 
Auto Parts (Sudbury), Ltd., 6,228.79; United Industrial-Automotive Co., 
(Lakehead), Ltd., 9,980.75; United Rubber, Ltd., 4,272.61; United Supply 
(Timmins), Ltd., 2,974.63; United Tire Sales & Service, 2,877.67; Universal 



F50 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

Materials, Supplies, Travelling Expenses, etc. — Continued 

Auto Electric Ltd., 6,716.50; Universal Geotechnique, Ltd., 8,401.64; Universal 
Ignition & Battery, Ltd., 3,204.68; University of Toronto, 13,200.63; University 
of Toronto Press, 6,277.06; Ure & Smith, 3,179.35; Uren Construction, Ltd., 
2,687.92; 

Vallee Construction, Ltd., 74,001.70; Glenn Van Camp, 2,417.50; Harry Van 
Camp, 2,191.10; Jas. A. Vance, 10,771.47; John Vance, 2,208.05; Fred Vanclieaf, 
2,052.00; E. Vanderveer, 2,917.80; G. R. Van Dusen, 2,065.54; G. Van Kan, 
2,482.53; Van Luven Bros., Ltd., 5,500.00; Varcoe Bros., Ltd., 16,113.59; 
Vaughan & Shaw Sales, Ltd., 135,929.52; D. H. Veigel, 2,320.33; Alonzo Veilleux, 
2,197.51; Township of Vespra, 82,158.53; Veteran Construction Co., Ltd., 
3,342.60; Aurele Viau, 3,079.00; County of Victoria, 51,570.09; Jos. Vinkle, 
5,666.95; R. K. Vokes, 4,592.66; A. Voyer, 2,004.87; Vulcan Machinery & 
Equipment Ltd., 2,802.02; 

Wade, Norman, Co., Ltd., 8,560.91; Frank Wager, 2,132.25; Wakefield Dairy, 
3,511.20; H. C. Waldon, 2,639.87; Walker Bros., 3,396.10; C. S. Walker, 2,574.86 
J. W. Walker, 3,948.09; Walkwood, Ltd., 2,879.86; D. A. Waller, 2,468.13 
Walls Bus Lines, Ltd., 2,927.26; T. Walsh, 2,840.54; D. F. Walton, 4,278.61 
M. D. Wanamaker, 2,371.33; R. W. Ware, 6,555.14; C. E. Warner, 2,575.69 
Anthony Warnholtz, 2,546.25; Warnock Hersey Co., Ltd., 11,681.85; Warren 
Bituminous Paving Co., Ltd., 31,872.71; Fred Warren, 2,047.50; Township 
of Waters, 6,432.30; Watson Jack-Hopkins, Ltd., 5,243.02; Wayne Pump Co. 
2,759.90; Wm. Weaver, 4,284.05; J. S. Webster, 2,100.74; B. S. Weese, 2,629.93 
Welch & Johnston, Ltd., 2,353.59; City of Welland, 6,969.60; G. F. Wellman 
2,164.89; R. Welsman, 4,058.27; Sesel S. Wert, 3,504.95; West & Co., 3,388.09 
Westeel Products, Ltd., 167,919.46; Western Engineering Service, Ltd., 4,920.30 
Western Grocers Ltd., 26,648.30; Western Plywood Co., Ltd., 7,752.26; Town- 
ship of Westminster, 2,364.34; John F. Weston, 15,130.53; Westway Auto 
Electric Ltd., 2,428.04; G. Wetherall, 3,206.88; Wheel & Brake Service, Ltd., 
5,177.47; Wheel & Rim Co., of Canada, Ltd., 11,554.32; J. K. Wheeler, 2,005.48; 
White Hardware, Ltd., 10,707.54; J. R. White, 6,562.97; White Motor Co., 
of Canada Ltd., 14,661.82; White River Air Services, Ltd., 4,188.05; F. R. 
Whitehead, 2,700.00; Kenneth Whitmell, 7,339.50; John L. Whyte, 6,868.05; 
E. Wicks, 3,092.15; Frank Widdifield, 3,611.00; W. G. Wigle, 2,135.98; L. C. 
Wild, 3,358.59; A. K. Wilkes, 2,437.53; B. Wilkie, 2,362.41; M. J. Wilkin, 
4,800.93; Wilkinson-Kompass, Ltd., 5,971.67; A. R. Williams Machinery Co., 
Ltd., 7,907.12; Williams Hardware Co., Ltd., 4,815.65; W. Williams, 3,953.97; 
Williams & Wilson, Ltd., 2,118.39; Willis, Faber & Co., Ltd., 2,265.00; Wm. F. 
Willson Brokerage, Ltd., 10,599.14; C. Willton, 2,010.16; Wilson Motor Bodies, 
Ltd., 5,026.48; Wilson Tree Service, Ltd., 5,954.00; William Wilson, 5,719.83; 
Wilson's Transport (Northern), Ltd., 9,735.64; Township of Winchester, 
17,821.00; Jos. Windisch, 3,278.32; Winston Hall Ltd., 2,925.00; Gordon Wise- 
man, Ltd., 5,755.62; Witts Fertilizer Works, Ltd., 2,516.40; Woldnik's, 2,268.37; 
Wood Alexander Ltd., 12,296.98; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 8,580.85; John Wood 
Co., Ltd., 2,230.00; Wood-Larkin, Ltd., 2,929.49; Phil Wood Industries, Ltd., 
43,109.10; Fred Woodcock, 2,748.64; Woods Hardware, Ltd., 2,526.53; J. D. 
Woods & Gordon, Ltd., 38,191.90; Sidney W. Woods, 7,803.28; Woodwire 
Snow Fence Co., Ltd., 8,163.90; Woollatt Construction, Ltd., 4,207.75; Work- 
man Bag Co., Ltd., 4,005.70; Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario, 
175,163.89; Wright Bros., Supply, Ltd., 2,430.64; J. P. Wright, 2,314.21; Jas. 
Wright & Co., Ltd., 4,100.53; Wright Line of Canada, Ltd., 2,378.05; Wroxeter 
Telephone Co., Ltd., 2,507.91; 

Yakabuski, F., Ltd., 3,907.65; Yates & McEwen, 2,272.75; John Yemchuk, 
2,484.70; Township of York North, 25,659.09; C. R. Young, 7,754.75; E. F. 
Young, 3,888.54; G. M. Young, 2,087.75; Yuill & Craig, Ltd., 4,413.99; 

Zawada, N., 2,378.66; Max Zorniak, 16,726.25; 

Accounts under $2,000, 3,757,039.68; 

Items transferred from other sections, 40,827.44. 

Total 49,616,691 30 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 51 

King's Highways, etc. — Continued 

King's Highways and Development Roads.. 147,430,036 52 

Less: Refunds, etc 9,234,063 85 

Charged to 

Highway Construction 

Account 58,127,300 18 

67,361,364 03 

80,068,672 49 

Repaying Present Roads 4,645,232 99 

Development Roads (The Highway Improvement Act, 

Section 54) 4,732,333 68 

Roads in Unincorporated Townships in Northern Ontario. 781,647 41 



Net Expenditure, King's Highways and Development 

Roads, etc $90,227,886 57 

Highway Construction Account ($57,500,000.00) 

Amount appropriated to Highway Construction Account 57,500,000 00 

Municipal Subsidies 

Maintenance and Construction 

Ordinary Capital Total 

County Roads, Township Roads 
and Indian Reserves, Metro- 
politan Area, Cities, Towns and 
Villages $19,381,489.64 $26,624,275.72 $46,005,765.36 



County Roads ($12,042,792.32) 

Counties: 

Brant, 181,975.64; Bruce, 240,684.82; 

Carleton, 914,166.95; 

Dufferin, 120,324.11; 

Elgin, 299,048.67; Essex, 391,349.52; 

Frontenac, 112,463.98; 

Grey, 266,686.17; 

Haldimand, 214,598.95; Halton, 253,009.55; Hastings, 165,872.61; Huron, 

350,761.29; 
Kent, 381,474.18; 
Lambton, 403,474.54; Lanark, 156,324.63; Leeds and Grenville, 197,082.27; 

Lennox and Addington, 117,454.66; Lincoln, 263,024.08; 
Middlesex, 689,976.74; 

Norfolk, 277,837.55; Northumberland and Durham, 274,320.81; 
Ontario, 287,059.97; Oxford, 237,153.95; 
Peel, 359,180.84; Perth, 232,928.35; Peterborough, 195,265.46; Prescott and 

Russell, 303,880.92; Prince Edward, 156,267.50; 
Renfrew, 432,901.80; 

Simcoe, 321,251.86; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 310,650.44; 
Victoria, 133,045.16; 
Waterloo, 445,121.75; Weiland, 422,163.12; Wellington, 542,654.63; Wentworth, 

583,475.45; 
York, 807,879.40; 

Total 12,042,792 32 

Township Roads and Indian Reserves ($16,911,153.24) 

Adelaide, 23,970.97; Adjala, 24,630.73; Admaston, 18,219.74; Adolphustown, 
3,090.10; Albemarle, 19,200.00; Alberton, 4,468.43; Albion, 53,164.04; Aldborough, 
26,926.02; Alfred, 17,246.78; Algona North, 3,525.63; Algona South, 6,518.56; 
Alice and Fraser, 12,563.60; Alnwick, 8,595.66; Amabel, 21,113.88; Amaranth, 
19,890.19; Ameliasburgh, 10,549.50; Amherst Island, 13,729.29; Ancaster, 
49,164.77; Anderdon, 39,359.88; Anson, Hindon and Minden, 69,503.80; Armour, 
11,886.66; Armstrong, 13,640.66; Arran, 18,548.43; Artemesia, 27,066.92; Arthur, 
27,463.48; Ashfield, 31,066.75; Asphodel, 7,277.67; Assiginack, 14,590.40; Athol, 
4,958.89; Atikokan, 41,796.93; Atwood and Curran, 9,781.52; Augusta, 24,258.89; 

Bagotand Blythfield, 12,667.85; Baldwin, 3,596.51; Balfour, 10,795.73; Balmertown, 
4,709.54; Bangor, Wicklow and McClure, 19,660.40; Barrie, 6,783.59; Barrie 
Island, 4,122.98; Barton, 14,040.97; Bastard and Burgess South, 19,419.45; 



F52 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Municipal Subsidies — Continued 
Township Roads and Indian Reserves — Continued 

Bathurst, 25,827.18; Bayham, 32,026.05; Beardmore, 3,035.54; Beckwith, 
11,284.02; Bedford, 16,606.65; Belmont and Methuen, 17,600.00; Bentinck, 
29,752.89; Bertie, 77,029.64; Beverly, 23,140.10; Bexley, 7,269.19; Biddulph, 
17,054.08; Billings and Allan East, 5,726.50; Binbrook, 19,557.98; Black River, 
24,015.23; Blandford, 10,131.60; Blanshard, 28,826.18; Blenheim, 37,328.71; 
Blezard, 25,949.34; Blue, 3,154.11; Bonneld, 12,821.45; Bosanquet, 20,539.52; 
Brant, 30,498.47; Brantford, 55,210.25; Brethour, 10,592.32; Brighton, 21,304.08; 
Brock, 18,734.10; Bromley, 11,918.24; Brooke, 25,720.88; Brougham, 6,775.25; 
Bruce, 29,820.02; Brudenell and Lyndoch, 12,000.00; Brunei, 11,709.43; Bucke, 
10,536.44; Burford, 58,239.61; Burgess North, 3,749.84; Burleigh and An- 
struther, 9,023.37; Burpee, 2,861.69; 

Caistor, 26,331.41; Caldwell, 20,063.79; Caledon, 34,294.93; Caledonia, 11,418.41; 
Calvert, 48,311.54; Calvin, 20,745.99; Cambridge, 22,588.46; Camden, 18,706.96; 
Camden East, 52,314.12; Cameron, 3,249.38; Canborough, 10,389.45; Cape 
Crocker Indian Reserve, 6,746.94; Capreol, 4,382.73; Caradoc, 25,701.37; Caradoc 
Indian Reserve, 5,979.99; Carden, 7,354.52; Cardiff, 12,800.00; Cardwell, 8,858.06 
Carling, 11,422.03; Carlow, 10,581.36; Carnarvon, 5,908.53; Carrick, 21,755.66 
Cartwright, 16,498.04; Casey, 13,559.17; Casimir, Jennings and Appleby 
11,853.36; Cavan, 22,334.38; Cayuga North, 32,002.05; Cayuga South, 5,047.46 
Chaffey, 13,808.70; Chamberlain, 8,394.42; Chandos, 7,254.49; Chapleau 
13,220.00; Chapman, 8,671.18; Chappie, 23,882.81; Charlottenburgh, 54,573.34 
Charlotteville, 48,610.74; Chatham, 86,280.12; Chinguacousy, 58,719.53 
Chisholm, 18,585.13; Christian Island Indian Reserve, 499.86; Christie, 8,778.12 
Clarence, 23,117.93; Clarendon and Miller, 15,983.41; Clarke, 40,030.49; Clinton 
45,989.46; Cockburn Island, 1,745.80; Colborne, 10,638.01; Colchester North 
18,818.07; Colchester South, 30,066.71; Coleman, 12,501.25; Collingwood 
28,032.56; Conmee, 7,642.03; Cornwall, 113,449.46; Cosby, Mason, and Martland 
11,692.89; Cramahe, 29,377.01; Crosby North, 12,160.12; Crosby South, 9,687.42 
Crowland, 117,516.61; Culross, 24,824.98; Cumberland, 49,185.00; 

Dack, 8,705.57; Dalhousie and Sherbrooke, North, 13,752.40; Dalton, 4,172.33; 
Darling, 7,040.00; Darlington, 55,963.06; Dawn, 20,652.63; Day and Bright 
Additional, 7,494.77; Deep River, 10,207.58; Delaware, 28,621.64; Denbigh, 
Abinger and Ashby, 8,261.43; Derby, 15,507.26; Dereham, 31,356.67; Dilke, 
1,737.50; Dorchester North, 23,956.09; Dorchester South, 8,549.89; Dorion, 
2,871.57; Douro, 13,646.34; Dover, 45,419.68; Dowling, 4,153.04; Downie, 
34,013.11; Draper, 11,996.26; Drummond, 14,965.37; Drury, Denison and 
Graham, 12,310.15; Dumfries North, 18,340.12; Dumfries South, 21,454.86; 
Dummer, 11,803.01; Dungannon, 12,714.95; Dunn, 10,800.73; Dunwich, 
19,430.82; Dymond, 10,154.08; Dysart et al, 73,750.29; 

Easthope North, 17,078.67; Easthope South, 8,876.53; Eastnor, 17,424.66; Edwards- 
burgh, 18,065.15; Agremont, 30,084.48; Ekfrid, 18,351.42; Elderslie, 22,736.51; 
Eldon, 17,980.39; Elizabethtown, 25,659.08; Ellice, 29,251.36; Elliot Lake, 
18,817.28; Elma, 29,625.24; Elmsley North, 5,789.55; Elmsley South, 6,626.87; 
Elzevir and Grimsthorpe, 4,607.74; Emily, 13,687.90; Emo, 17,428.41; Enniskil- 
len, 28,858.84; Ennismore, 6,031.70; Eramosa, 14,977.11; Erin, 26,183.70; Ernes- 
town, 19,342.33; Escott Front, 5,074.52; Esquesing, 40,231.72; Essa, 54,050.07; 
Etobicoke, 944,263.10; Euphemia, 17,934.61; Euphrasia, 25,717.34; Evanturel, 
12,473.25; 

Faraday, 12,154.16; Fauquier, 10,407.81; Fenelon, 16,152.35; Ferris East, 19,314.84 
Ferris West, 11,141.42; Field, 12,346.97; Finch, 23,913.77; Fitzroy, 28,962.95 
Flamborough East, 64,712.53; Flamborough West, 18,996.93; Flos, 27,629.23 
Foley, 21,817.93; Fort William Indian Reserve, 476.27; Franklin, 18,096.46 
Fredericksburgh North, 6,193.06; Fredericksburgh South, 5,690.88; Freeman, 
3,692.62; French River Indian Reserve, 516.80; Fullarton, 28,998.80; 

Gainsborough, 18,641.33; Galway and Cavendish, 7,200.00; Garafraxa East, 
19,892.98; Garafraxa West, 16,832.49; Gauthier, 2,226.70; Georgina, 14,539.95; 
Gibson Indian Reserve, 1,072.69; Gillies, 5,500.17; Glackmeyer, 21,024.15; 
Glamorgan, 6,573.81; Glanford, 21,599.93; Glenelg, 20,405.19; Gloucester, 
181,890.78; Goderich, 22,010.50; Golden Lake Indian Reserve, 989.10; Gordon 
and Allen West, 6,480.36; Gosfield North, 11,541.17; Gosfield South, 19,164.09; 
Goulbourn, 19,744.48; Gower North, 13,201.77; Gower South, 5,036.32; Grantham, 
105,607.99; Grattan, 7,238.37; Greenock, 24,241.79; Grey, 42,616.59; Griffith 






1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 53 

Municipal Subsidies — Continued 
Township Roads and Indian Reserves — Continued 

and Matawatchan, 4,320.04; Grimsby North, 19,123.88; Grimsby South, 
20,121.26; Guelph, 22,221.31; Gwillimburv East, 59,521.44; Gwillimbury North, 
90,999.01; Gwillimbury West, 33,689.51; 

Hagar, 6,435.19; Hagarty and Richards, 16,217.18; Hagerman, 5,038.44; Haldimand, 
39,883.30; Hallam, 4,198.82; Hallowell, 10,271.66; Hamilton, 43,887.61; Hanmer, 
6,312.80; Harley, 12,377.92; Harris, 4,629.41; Harvey, 13,374.19; Harwich, 
28,962.22; Hawkesbury East, 28,769.59; Hawkesbury West, 8,127.91; Hay, 
23,080.96; Head, Clara and Maria, 2,349.42; Henvey Inlet Indian Reserve, 
173.76; Hibbert, 16,518.95; Hilliard, 7,882.01; Hillier, 7,898.89; Hilton, 2,462.66; 
Himsworth North, 11,693.75; Himsworth South, 11,786.40; Hinchinbrooke, 
11,852.52; Holland, 20,189.48; Hope, 40,398.66; Horton, 16,144.09; Houghton, 
24,272.29; Howard, 30,477.82; Howe Island, 4,759.60; Howick, 28,113.11; 
Howland, 10,782.19; Hudson, 8,900.24; Hullett, 35,025.34; Humberstone, 
44,055.93; Humphry, 18,589.22; Hungerford, 27,566.07; Huntingdon, 9,801.13; 
Huntley, 16,575.41; Huron, 39,084.65; 

Ignace, 1,936.68; Innisfil, 56,911.77; 

Jaffray and Melick, 11,947.67; James, 468.44; Jocelyn, 3,816.43; Johnson, 6,619.77; 
Joly, 2,533.16; 

Kaladar, Angelsea and Effingham, 7,050.40; Kendrey, 3,182.71; Kennebec, 15,049.70; 
Kenyon, 30,560.76; Keppel, 18,568.32; Kerns, 22,555.58; Kettle Point Indian 
Reserve, 859.00; Kincardine, 30,232.87; King, 86,267.58; Kingham, 1,268.70; 
Kingsford, 1,903.43; Kingston, 26,984.92; Kinloss, 26,057.82; Kitlev, 12,257.10; 
Korah, 28,451.26; 

Laird, 6,363.03; Lanark, 11,396.36; Lancaster, 21,664.79; Larder Lake, 10,854.74; 
LaVallee, 12,871.26; Lavant, 9,586.71; Laxton, Digby and Longford, 5,238.73; 
Leeds and Lansdowne Front, 13,439.88; Leeds and Lansdowne Rear, 10,237.68; 
Limmerick, 4,929.40; Lindsay, 16,000.00; Lobo, 24,337.07; Lochiel, 23,576.65; 
Logan, 29,956.65; London, 108,572.46; Longlac, 2,078.38; Longueuil, 8,675.10; 
Loughborough, 14,536.87; Louth, 26,724.49; Luther East, 11,946.89; Luther 
West, 13,087.75; Lutterworth, 7,391.53; 

Macaulay, 6,079.99; Macdonald, Meredith and Aberdeen, 10,080.44; Machar, 
17,544.23; Machin, 12,973.99; Madoc, 14,665.91; Maidstone, 22,542.30; Malahide, 
31,756.13; Maiden, 13,104.73; Manitoulin Island Unceded Indian Reserve, 
6,623.71; Manitouwadge, 7,000.77; Manvers, 14,956.15; Mara, 17,153.17; 
Marathon, 61,712.34; March, 10,277.78; Mariposa, 16,661.17; Markham, 
307,100.70; Marlborough, 10,742.92; Marmora and Lake, 13,175.11; Mary- 
borough, 17,695.16; Marysburgh North, 3,327.49; Marysburgh South, 4,906.45; 
Matachewan, 2,949.32; Matchedash, 13,662.03; Matilda, 26,638.00; Mattawan, 
2,937.39; Mayo, 10,723.48; McCrosson and Tovell, 4,069.20; McDougall, 
19,890.64; McGarry, 8,917.30; McGillivray, 23,101.31; McKellar, 8,231.67; 
McKillop, 35,149.66; McKim, 145,414.76; McLean, 5,323.85; McMurrich, 
8,031.05; McNab, 22,168.10; Medonte, 29,131.73; Medora and Wood, 57,314.06; 
Melancthon, 29,957.09; Mersea, 40,671.82; Metcalfe, 11,274.66; Michipicoten, 
27,062.22; Middleton, 32,524.36; Minto, 20,023.51; Monaghan North, 5,553.86; 
Monaghan South, 7,945.05; Monck, 18,437.85; Monmouth, 7,153.81; Mono, 
30,796.04; Montague, 10,464.64; Monteagle and Herschel, 21,951.86; Moore, 
55,471.04; Moravian Indian Reserve, 509.60; Morley and Pattullo, 8,142.30; 
Mornington, 33,000.89; Morris, 24,827.19; Morrison, 18,290.54; Morson, 
1,909.72; Mosa, 25,451.42; Moulton, 12,745.48; Mountain, 25,882.39; Mount- 
batten Indian Reserve, 1,554.69; Mountjoy, 10,811.89; Mud Lake Indian 
Reserve, 499.60; Mulmur, 26,563.00; Murray, 18,079.63; Muskoka, 16,871.58; 

Nairn, 4,716.62; Nassagaweya, 20,121.40; Neebing, 36,790.92; Neelon and Garson, 
155,750.13; Nelson, 70,138.74; Nepean, 89,741.59; New Credit Indian Reserve, 
3,790.70; Niagara, 43,965.62; Nichol, 16,913.97; Nipigon, 10,927.27; Nipissing, 
16,733.77; Nissouri East, 24,306.62; Nissouri West, 57,625.78; Normanby, 
28,761.94; Norwich North, 14,689.06; Norwich South, 24,486.56; Nottawasaga, 
60,583.37; 



F54 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Municipal Subsidies — Continued 
Township Roads and Indian Reserves — Continued 

Oakland, 6,842.86; Oakley, 6,415.63; O'Connor, 4,526.18; Olden, 13,656.83; Oliver, 
10,201.87; Onaping, 2,798.28; Oneida, 22,603.06; Onondaga, 11,978.06; Ops, 
15,300.90; Orford, 22,345.48; Orillia, 51,575.51 ; Oro, 35,726.75; Osgoode, 43,293.71 ; 
Osnabruck, 17,900.70; Oso, 18,633.97; Osprev, 23,293.15; Otonabee, 22,188.93; 
Oxford East, 14,789.68; Oxford North, 9,454.46; Oxford West, 18,771.01; Oxford- 
on-Rideau, 13,608.35; 

Paipoonge, 18,081.91; Pakenham, 16,387.09; Palmerston and Canonto North and 
South, 13,586.89; Papineau, 7,135.75; Parry Island Indian Reserve, 1,180.00; 
Peel, 56,490.87; Pelee, 13,387.45; Pelham, 26,119.27; Pembroke, 2,260.87; Percy, 
24,868.41; Perry, 27,407.04; Petawawa, 14,122.05; Pickering, 97,683.94; Pilking- 
ton, 27,610.84; Pittsburgh, 14,830.12; Plantagenet North, 14,023.09; Plantagenet 
South, 56,464.91; Playfair, 5,267.99; Plummer Additional, 7,683.53; Plympton, 
31,997.53; Portland, 18,884.75; Prince, 2,467.44; Proton, 18,727.17; Puslinch, 
16,528.45; 

Radcliffe, 8,146.83; Raglan, 9,398.16; Rainham, 20,002.93; Raleigh, 34,563.17; 
Rama, 6,311.33; Rama Indian Reserve, 458.75; Ramsay, 28,786.66; Ratter and 
Dunnet, 12,970.19; Rawdon, 17,656.25; Rayside, 18,774.44; Reach, 18,421.98; 
Red Lake, 4,180.00; Red Rock, 4,711.22; Rice Lake Indian Reserve, 424.24; 
Richmond, 18,083.60; Ridout, 4,038.23; Rochester, 7,685.59; Rolph et al, 
22,119.37; Romney, 10,490.43; Ross, 21,333.67; Roxborough, 20,388.38; Russell, 
30,301.80; Rutherford and George Island, 1,118.33; Ryde, 3,659.87; Ryerson, 
11,938.13; 

St. Edmunds, 11,502.83; St. Joseph, 11,838.27; St. Regis Indian Reserve, 3,653.69; 
St. Vincent, 21,376.66; Salter, May and Harrow, 17,125.86; Saltfleet, 56,327.11; 
Sandfield, 4,827.94; Sandwich East, 40,394.83; Sandwich South, 16,969.08; 
Sandwich West, 55,473.82; Sarawak, 7,959.31; Sarnia, 21,744.00; Sarnia Indian 
Reserve, 134.46; Saugeen, 7,870.36; Saugeen Indian Reserve, 2,718.26; Scar- 
borough, 977,635.87; Schreiber, 5,873.48; Scott, 20,766.33; Scugog, 5,269.58; 
Sebastopol, 7,593.23; Seneca, 23,765.73; Seymour, 23,724.72; Shackleton et al, 
9,854.33; Shawanaga Indian Reserve, 899.76; Sheffield, 11,908.71; Sheguiandah 
Indian Reserve, 325.00; Sherborne et al, 5,276.85; Sherbrooke, 2,603.99; Sher- 
brooke South, 7,974.96; Sherwood, Jones and Burns, 16,428.05; Sheshegwaning 
Indian Reserve, 220.12; Shuniah, 52,157.70; Sidney, 29,353.36; Sioux Narrows, 
3,158.06; Six Nations Indian Reserve, 41,997.74; Smith, 13,302.70; Snowdon, 
6,639.88; Sombra, 35,431.64; Somerville, 8,367.61; Sophiasburgh, 9,703.41; 
Southwold, 19,846.76; Springer, 15,627.16; Stafford, 7,991.70; Stamford, 
137,529.51; Stanhope, 14,892.65; Stanley, 16,647.53; Stephen, 23,440.85; 
Stephenson, 11,500.00; Stisted, 10,324.90; Storrington, 13,462.77; Strong, 
11,571.38; Sucker Creek Indian Reserve, 68.90; Sullivan, 34,118.32; Sunnidale, 
38,307.28; Sydenham, 19,923.62; 

Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional, 4,543.91; Tarentorus, 35,295.61; Tay, 34,081.16; 
Teck, 46,474.63; Tecumseth, 39,084.43; Tehkummah, 5,661.17; Terrace Bay, 
22 100.00; Thessalon and Lefroy, 9,085.97; Thompson, 3,834.49; Thorah, 
ll'074.33; Thorold, 52,307.95; Thurlow, 38,777.50; Tilbury East, 28,479.44; 
Tilburv North, 16,393.47; Tilbury West, 9,453.73; Tiny, 51,595.14; Tisdale, 
53 890^68; Torbolton, 14,295.53; Toronto, 516,598.72; Toronto Gore, 12,028.60; 
Tosorontio, 23,996.46; Townsend, 57,893.28; Trafalgar, 140,572.82; Tuckersmith, 
39,624.68; Tudor and Cashel, 11,975.17; Turnberry, 17,071.21; Tyendinaga, 
14^502. 21; Tyendinaga Indian Reserve, 7,151.99; 

Usborne, 20,951.75; Uxbridge, 14,930.16; 

Val Albert, 5,682.87; Vaughan, 158,480.06; Verulam, 18,336.01; Vespra, 24,967.08; 

Wainfleet, 48,609.99; Wallace, 29,195.90; Walpole, 51,924.26; Walpole Island 
Indian Reserve, 8,898.44; Walsingham North, 33,302.48; Walsingham South, 
20 396 22; Warwick 21,846.85; Waterloo, 56,674.02; Waters, 6,409.05; Watt, 
15* 146.75; Wawanosh East, 16,242.14; Wawanosh West, 9,844.73; Wellesley, 
28'959 80; West Bay Indian Reserve, 1,416.94; Westmeath, 15,578.19; West- 
minster, 78,514.42; Whitby, 31,781.68; Whitby East, 23,518.50; Whitchurch, 
49 49126; Whitefish Lake Indian Reserve, 1,005.15; Whitefish River Indian 
Reserve, 250.00; Whitney, 18,000.00; Wicksteed, 12,249.13; Widdifield, 23,613.41; 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F55 

Municipal Subsidies — Continued 
Township Roads and Indian Reserves — Continued 

Wilberforce, 9,968.75; Williams East, 9,288.21; Williams West, 10,169.83; 
Williamsburgh, 26,505.52; Willoughby, 44,084.25; Wilmot, 32,621.51; Winchester, 
20,171.38; Windham, 47,366.44; Wolfe Island, 14,063.17; Wolford, 7,985.47; 
Wollaston, 9,930.58; Woodhouse, 43,601.18; Woolwich, 33,838.30; Worthington, 
2,159.74; 

Yarmouth, 33,010.13; Yonge Front, 5,931.12; Yonge and Escott Rear, 5,201.29; 
York, 110,933.61; York East, 72,261.04; York North, 916,980.36; 

Zone, 8,815.68; Zorra East, 29,872.04; Zorra West, 22,394.82; 

Total $16,911,153 24 

Metropolitan Area, Cities, Towns and Villages ($17,051,819.80) 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 7,439,662.88; 

Acton, 104,021.01; Ailsa Craig, 1,581.81; Ajax, 19,792.56; Alexandria, 12,602.58 
Alfred, 2,900.35; Alliston, 5,586.61; Almonte, 6,426.63; Alvinston, 1,750.00 
Amherstburg, 10,050.00; Arkona, 250.00; Arnprior, 47,231.99; Arthur, 3,961.47 
Athens, 1,811.61; Aurora, 9,996.32; Aylmer, 13,248.35; Ayr, 1,500.00; 

Bala, 5,174.80; Bancroft, 8,726.31; Barrie, 59,764.93; Barry's Bay, 2,216.95; Bath, 
808.00; Beamsville, 2,500.00; Beaverton, 16,925.61; Beeton, 1,482.52; Belle 
River, 6,592.96; Belleville, 39,424.58; Blenheim, 7,246.83; Blind River, 6,018.65; 
Bloomfield, 1,531.65; Blyth, 2,414.85; Bobcaygeon, 2,245.00; Bolton, 2,269.44; 
Bonfield, 2,424.36; Bothwell, 6,596.12; Bowmanville, 24,329.52; Bracebridge, 
10,853.23; Bradford, 38,122.77; Braeside, 584.15; Brampton, 87,975.85; Brant- 
ford, 144,501.51; Bridgeport, 2,533.96; Brighton, 7,549.25; Brockville, 49,184.62; 
Bronte, 7,233.08; Bruce Mines, 1,491.50; Brussels, 2,423.70; Burk's Falls, 2,076.33; 
Burlington, 36,288.29; Burlington Beach Commission, 3,333.33; 

Cache Bay, 4,165.75; Caledonia, 10,765.32; Campbellford, 7,992.27; Cannington 
10,000.00; Capreol, 4,500.00; Cardinal, 3,390.53; Carleton Place, 8,613.36 
Casselman, 3,150.00; Cayuga, 4,436.76; Chalk River, 2,662.43; Charlton, 132.83 
Chatham, 40,491.87; Chatsworth, 297.79; Chelmsford, 9,104.89; Chesley, 3,250.00 
Chesterville, 2,194.02; Chippawa, 12,000.00; Clifford, 1,250.00; Clinton, 5,544.30 
Cobalt, 19,346.89; Cobden, 1,986.34; Cobourg, 39,854.17; Cochrane, 13,725.80 
Colborne, 2,437.61; Coldwater, 831.00; Collingwood, 27,826.18; Coniston 
42,617.31; Copper Cliff, 17,500.00; Cornwall, 35,613.29; Courtright, 681.63 
Creemore, 948.16; Crystal Beach, 15,146.31; 

Delhi, 10,049.38; Deloro, 118.02; Deseronto, 3,537.61; Drayton, 1,299.33; Dresden, 
4,094.98; Dryden, 28,713.13; Dundalk, 2,477.69; Dundas, 44,062.20; Dunnville, 
24,832.85; Durham, 4,509.64; Dutton, 1,928.04; 

Eastview, 133,878.42; Eganville, 4,032.19; Elmira, 9,649.87; Elmvale, 4,204.36; 
Elora, 6,301.33; Embro, 2,022.98; Englehart, 4,779.62; Erie Beach, 145.71; 
Erieau, 800.00; Erin, 4,250.00; Essex, 5,750.00; Exeter, 7,001.05; 

Fenelon Falls, 2,500.00; Fergus, 9,199.52; Finch, 320.00; Flesherton, 1,996.54; 
Fonthill, 6,157.06; Forest, 5,210.00; Forest Hill, 59,977.20; Fort Erie, 64,706.30; 
Fort Frances, 26,490.15; Fort William, 150,171.07; Frankford, 1,955.26; Frood 
Mine, 1,000.00; 

Gait, 53,662.24; Gananoque, 11,666.67; Georgetown, 48,849.19; Geraldton, 18,229.88; 
Glencoe, 3,842.16; Goderich, 19,133.59; Gore Bay, 2,100.15; Grand Bend, 2,710.93; 
Grand Valley, 1,234.54; Gravenhurst, 9,717.92; Grimsby, 10,832.78; Guelph, 
95,820.00; 

Hagersville, 1,728.40; Haileyburv, 44,326.18; Hamilton, 824.560.69: Hanover, 
14,450.74; Harriston, 7,405.39;' Harrow, 4,398.30; Hastings, 2,498.27; Havelock, 
889.83; Hawkesbury, 43,756.43; Hearst, 5,572.27; Hensall, 3,802.47; Hepworth, 
985.76; Hespeler, 12,643.61; Highgate, 650.00; Hilton Beach, 505.35; Huntsville, 
19,479.67; 



F 56 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Municipal Subsidies — Continued 

Metropolitan Area, Cities, Towns and Villages — Continued 

Ingersoll, 10,759.89; Iroquois, 1,285.03; Iroquois Falls, 25,873.55; 

Jarvis, 2,901.03; 

Kapuskasing, 136,359.54; Kearney, 3,087.22; Keewatin, 47,637.88; Kemptville, 
5,715.85; Kenora, 90,404.63; Killaloe Station, 1,412.58; Kincardine, 10,193.24; 
Kingston, 158,694.38; Kingsville, 5,229.06; Kitchener, 261,616.89; 

Lakefield, 4,656.40; Lanark, 954.68; Lancaster, 802.33; LaSalle, 3,878.02; Latchford, 
1,010.80; Leamington, 14,000.00; Leaside, 16,649.71; Levack, 15,556.56; Lindsay, 
45,599.11; Lion's Head, 624.10; Listowel, 22,475.80; Little Current, 6,399.93; 
Lively, 11,585.61; London, 242,927.36; Long Branch, 94,785.79; L'Orignal, 
2,165.94; Lucan, 1,090.48; Lucknow, 2,276.47; 

Madoc, 4,249.72; Magnetawan, 991.98; Markdale, 1,977.63; Markham, 8,507.54; 
Marmora, 3,282.62; Massey, 715.23; Matheson, 562.02; Mattawa, 6,124.38; 
Maxville, 1,053.09; Meaford, 17,357.15; Merrickville, 1,500.00; Merritton, 
35,363.75; Midland, 27,760.25; Mildmay, 2,160.66; Millbrook, 2,498.62; Milton, 
22,364.79; Milverton, 5,447.87; Mimico, 24,631.57; Mitchell, 6,139.42; Morris- 
burg, 3,383.41; Mount Forest, 11,008.61; 

Napanee, 15,937.92; Neustadt, 1,587.39; New Hamburg, 4,780.02; New Liskeard, 
19,337.70; New Toronto, 21,692.28; Newboro, 750.00; Newburgh, 843.82; New- 
bury, 570.05; Newcastle, 1,772.63; Newmarket, 23,945.81; Niagara, 7,499.50; 
Niagara Falls, 81,060.80; North Bay, 53,151.63; Norwich, 3,100.00; Norwood, 
1,668.02; 

Oakville, 17,043.42; Oil Springs, 1,859.16; Ojibway, 139.00; Omemee, 1,371.28; 
Orangeville, 10,541.21; Orillia, 46,211.02; Oshawa, 345,249.51; Ottawa, 
1,024,668.85; Owen Sound, 28,688.16; 

Paisley, 1,400.00; Palmerston, 5,100.17; Paris, 13,871.22; Parkhill, 5,750.34; Parry 
Sound, 24,570.06; Pembroke, 50,464.49; Penetanguishene, 55,164.21; Perth, 
10,128.78; Peterborough, 84,120.83; Petrolia, 12,170.00; Pickering, 4,319.29; 
Picton, 34,867.08; Point Edward, 7,521.93; Port Arthur, 75,958.09; Port Burwell, 
1,503.90; Port Carling, 4,707.98; Port Colborne, 45,000.00; Port Credit, 17,792.98; 
Port Dalhousie, 6,311.92; Port Dover, 10,727.84; Port Elgin, 5,261.01; Port 
Hope, 19,976.12; Port McNicoll, 7,538.09; Port Perry, 8,441.75; Port Rowan, 
4,712.71; Port Stanley, 4,581.63; Port Sydney, 1,953.04; Powassan, 3,170.03; 
Prescott, 9,489.46; Preston, 48,600.00; 

Rainy River, 3,536.78; Renfrew, 31,225.24; Richmond, 6,530.06; Richmond Hill, 
24,780.86; Ridgetown, 4,258.34; Ripley, 1,200.00; Riverside, 47,370.58; Rock- 
cliffe Park, 19,222.11; Rockland, 7,694.13; Rodney, 1,517.34; Rosseau, 1,980.00; 

St. Catharines, 84,230.18; St. Clair Beach, 6,033.95; St. Mary's, 8,587.07; St. Thomas, 
42,405.72; Sarnia, 119,871.24; Sault Ste. Marie, 119,787.33; Seaforth, 4,500.00; 
Shallow Lake, 298.66; Shelburne, 2,003.60; Simcoe, 35,942.95; Sioux Lookout, 
11,887.23; Smiths Falls, 13,343.58; Smooth Rock Falls, 7,595.91; South River, 
3,121.17; Southampton, 8,500.00; Springfield, 3,775.86; Stayner, 4,700.67; 
Stirling, 5,005.08; Stoney Creek, 17,467.13; Stouffville, 3,327.75; Stratford, 
47,397.80; Strathroy, 20,204.63; Streetsville, 5,788.30; Sturgeon Falls, 51,417.57; 
Sturgeon Point, 300.00; Sudbury, 280,839.26; Sundridge, 1,019.77; Sutton, 
9,793.68; Swansea, 11,167.58; 

Tara, 1,195.93; Tavistock, 2,543.48; Tecumseh, 14,183.53; Teeswater, 4,652.05; 
Thamesville, 4,076.10; Thedford, 1,136.67; Thessalon, 8,167.83; Thornbury, 
2,880.71; Thornloe, 2,089.38; Thorold, 31,154.80; Tilbury, 11,181.27; Tillsonburg, 
11,750.00; Timmins, 83,535.94; Tiverton, 469.38; Toronto, 976,838.89; Totten- 
ham, 1,303.32; Trenton, 20,002.31; Trout Creek, 355.84; Tweed, 4,154.68; 

Uxbridge, 5,145.73; . 

Vankleek Hill, 6,498.68; Victoria Harbour, 3,196.35; Vienna, 1,350.00; 



Walkerton, 11,551.11; Wallaceburg, 23,260.86; Wardsville, 512.44; Wasaga Beach 
6,544.89; Waterdown, 5,942.80; Waterford, 3,143.01; Waterloo, 40,366.63 
Watford, 4,267.83; Webbwood, 490.16; Welland, 58,898.86; Wellington, 1,035.50 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS F 57 

Municipal Subsidies — Continued 
Metropolitan Area, Cities, Towns and Villages — Continued 

West Lome, 1,885.79; Weston, 39,110.72; Westport, 850.00; Wheatley, 1,015.27; 
Whitby, 31,703.17; Wiarton, 6,089.39; Winchester, 5,420.49; Windermere, 
314.35; Windsor, 225,657.17; Wingham, 8,818.77; Woodbridge, 10,445.04; 
Woodstock, 20,671.38; Woodville, 188.92; Wyoming, 558.43; 

Total 17,051,819 80 

Contingencies ($6,162.59) 

Cornwall, Township of, 2,525.93; Accounts under $2,000, 3,636.66 6,162 59 

Maintenance and Construction $193,739,814 52 



MOTOR VEHICLES BRANCH 

Salaries ($909,387.26) 

Permanent and Temporary Staff ($375,728.08) 

J. P. Bickell, 10,030.39; H. C. Brown, 5,721.66; A. J. Davies, 4,771.62; G. R. Duncan, 
5,699.98; W. M. Earl, 6,442.77; A. G. MacNab, 8,490.47; A. H. Rowan, 5,949.96; 
M. Toole, 4,643.30 Other salaries, 323,977.93 375,728 08 

Casual Staff ($533,659.18) 
Sundry Employees 533,659 18 

Travelling Expenses ($54,856.22) 

W. J. Arnold, 2,492.51; J. Baptie, 3,844.35; N. R. Brown, 2,122.55; R. M. Gibson, 
2,960.36; W. Gregory, 2,769.52; A. C. Henry, 4,026.22; W. Jenkins, 3,164.60; 
A. W. Kirk, 2,306.19; F. Kitay, 2,049.44; A. G. Lackie, 4,130.49; A. G. MacNab, 
1,023.70; B. Manifold, 1,378.43; C. B. Marriott, 1,560.44; W. J. Mclntyre, 
1,435.11; D. Palmer, 3,588.36; D. P. Pinkerton, 1,897.72; J. H. Rogerson, 2,159.82; 

H. E. Saunders, 4,695.86; J. Scullion, 3,210.07; D. R. Struke, 1,783.49; 

Accounts under $800, 2,246.24; Items transferred from other sections, 10.75 54,856 22 

Maintenance ($199,896.51) 

Cooke, Willys, Ltd., 2,934.16; Eastern Scale Works, 3,448.29; Fidelity Insurance 
Co., of Canada, 22,801.07; McKim Advertising, Ltd., 11,345.45; Office Overload 
Co., Ltd., 16,564.38; Queen's Printer, 93,873.68; Stainton Bros., Ltd., 12,359.15; 

Tip Top Tailors, Ltd., 3,234.63; Express, 4,451.43; accounts under $2,000, 

16,938.58; Items transferred from other sections, 11,945.69 199,896. 51 

Highway Safety Publicity ($296,199.46) 

Locke, Johnson & Co., Ltd., 16,282.66; McKim Advertising, Ltd., 237,177.42; 
Public Relations Services, Ltd., 2,488.55; Queen's Printer, 33,301.03; E. L. Ruddy 
Co., Ltd., 4,704.00; Accounts under $2,000, 2,245.80 296,199 46 

Registration Plates and Supplies ($401,298.89) 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, Guelph, 306,687.75; Queen's Printer, 94,324.37; 

Accounts under $2,000, 286.77 401,298 89 

Fees, Etc. (83,080.75) 

Blackwell, Hilton, Treadgold & Spratt, 3,276.36; L. D. Dingle, 2,698.00; Financial 
Collection Agencies, 6,196.84; Mirsky, Soloway, Assaly & Houston, 3,956.63; 

E. Guss Porter, 2,138.09; Retail Credit Co., 4,460.63; Accounts under $2,000, 

60,330.95; Items transferred from other sections, 23.25 83,080 75 



F 58 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Motor Vehicles Branch — Continued 

Grants ($24,000.00) 

Ontario Safety League 15,000 00 

Ontario Traffic Conference 1,000 00 

Canadian Highway Safety Conference 8,000 00 

Motor Vehicles Branch $1,968,719 09 



STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary ($10,000.00) 

Hon. J. N. Allan 10,000 00 

Compensation for Loss of Taxes ($12,000.00) 
City of Niagara Falls 1 2,000 00 

Highway Construction Account ($58,127,300.18) 

The Highway Improvement Act, Sec. 102 

King's Highways and Development Roads: 

District No. 1, Chatham 3,479,729 83 

2, London 5,855,598 96 

3, Stratford 1,370,625 32 

4, Hamilton 6,093,812 49 

5, Owen Sound 780,750 87 

6, Toronto 8,665,541 45 

7, Port Hope 2,275,429 63 

8, Kingston 3,397,901 30 

9, Ottawa 4,249,920 81 

10, Bancroft 497,997 34 

11, Huntsville 2,097,834 42 

13, North Bay 590,764 54 

14, New Liskeard 948,257 33 

15, (Special Project 56-1) White River 2,461,106 99 

16, Cochrane 1,801,072 95 

17, Sudbury 1,143,770 12 

18, Sault Ste. Marie 1,383,828 87 

19, Fort William 3,655,299 29 

20, Kenora 1,770,953 16 

Planning and Design Branch 475,935 09 

Property Section 4,855,941 03 

Land Surveys Section 263,832 68 

Materials and Research Section 1 1,395 71 

58,127,300 18 



Unsatisfied Judgment Fund 
Payments of Judgments under Part XIV The Highway Traffic Act ($1,857,547.03) 

Sundry Persons 1,857,547 03 

Statutory $60,006,847 21 

Total Expenditure, Department of Highways, $258,350,551.53 



PART G 



DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 



FISCAL YEAR, 1956-57 



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DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

Hon. A. Kelso Roberts, Minister (Statutory, see page B 21) 
Salaries ($202,500.48) 

R. B. Whitehead Superintendent 13,500 00 

H. B. Armstrong, 7,440.00; J. E. Brown, 5,099.94; J. Edwards, 7,099.98; J. G. 
Gibbons, 6,459.96; W. M. Jaffray, 5,349.96; F. P. Lumbers, 4,899.96; C. Richards, 
7,959.96; V. J. Simone, 4,659.96; F. W. Spencer, 4,759.92; H. A. Tanton, 6,399.96; 
Other salaries, 128,870.88 202,500 48 

Travelling Expenses ($20,631.88) 

A. Acheson, 975.61; R.J. Cameron, 1,634.27; J. G. Gibbons, 1,074.23; W. M. Jaffray, 
1,365.01; L. K. James, 998.02; L. A. Reardon, 2,389.82; A. Rushton, 1,331.35; 
M. R. Sabourin, 2,577.44; E. E. Webster, 1,725.40; R. B. Whitehead, 1,287.64; 
Accounts under $800, 5,273.09 20,631 88 

Maintenance ($48,623.39) 

Association of Superintendents of Insurance, 2,100.00; Matthews Bros. Partridge 

& Co., 3,710.00; Queen's Printer, 24,811.67; Postage, 7,040.00; accounts 

under $2,000, 10,961.72 48,623 39 

Grant to Association of Superintendents of Insurance of the Provinces of Canada 

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Association of Superintendents of Insurance 350 00 

Cost of Living Bonus ($3,025.53) 

Sundry Employees 3,025 53 

Total Expenditure, Department of Insurance $275,131.28 



PART H 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 



FISCAL YEAR, 1956-57 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Main Office 7 

Industry and Labour Board 8 

Apprenticeship Branch 8 

Boiler Inspection Branch 9 

Factory Inspection Branch 9 

Board of Examiners of Operating Engineers 9 

Minimum Wage Branch 10 

Composite Inspection Branch 10 

Labour Relations Board 10 

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DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 

Hon. Charles Daley, Minister (Statutory, see page H 11) 

MAIN OFFICE 
Salaries ($220,789.99) 

J. B. Metzler Deputy Minister 12,499 98 

F. H. Avery, 4,659.96; R. V. Bradlev, 6,199.98; W. B. Davis, 4,959.96; A. B. 
Dennis, 6,799.98; J. Dunklee, 6,081.43; W. Dunn, 6,799.98; G. L. Femvick, 
6,799.98; L. Fine, 11,760.00; G. L. Greenaway, 6,199.98; J. Hutcheon, 7,099.98; 
V. E. Scott, 5,318.30; H. C. Tolmie, 6,099.96; Other salaries, 129,510.52 220,789 99 

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Hon. Charles Daley, 1,200.00; R. V. Bradley, 3,215.04; A. Clay, 907.93; W. B. Davis, 
3,085.07; A. B. Dennis, 2,650.48; J. Dunklee, 3,046.46; W. Dunn, 1,465.04; G. L. 
Fenwick, 2,252.34; G. L. Greenaway, 2,210.27; H. D. Howells, 1,384.10; J. 
Hutcheon, 1,973.80; W. J. McGuire, 2,581.23; J. B. Metzler, 1,333.12; V. E. 
Scott, 2,980.60; Accounts under $800, 1,916.06 32,201 54 

Maintenance ($45,974.14) 

Addison Cadillac Oldsmobile Ltd., 2,289.71; Queen's Printer, 10,267.08; Postage, 

21,906.00; telephone, 5,177.24; accounts under $2,000, 6,334.11 45,974 14 

General Stores — Purchase of Stationery and Supplies for all 
Branches ($28,989.63) 

Queen's Printer Purchases, 1956-1957 105,179 01 

Less: transferred to Various Branches 76,189 38 

Stock on Hand as at March 31, 1957 28,989 63 

Conciliation Boards (Commissioners, etc.) ($134,942.63) 

Judges' per diem Living Allowance and Conciliation Officers' Remuneration: 

His Honour Judge J. C. Anderson, 3,480.00; His Honour Judge H. C. Arrell, 
2,520.00; C. H. Curtis, 3,420.00; His Honour Judge H. E. Fuller, 2,940.00; J. A. 
Hanrahan, 4,840.00; His Honour Judge W. S. Lane, 2,880.00; His Honour Judge 
W. Little, 6,660.00; His Honour Judge J. C. Reynolds, 3,420.00; His Honour 
Judge J. B. Robinson, 3,840.00; M. Stewart, 3,140.00; E. G. Taylor, 7,560.00; 

His Honour Judge D. C. Thomas, 3,000.00; D. Wren, 2,280.00; Accounts 

under $2,000/ 59,565.00 109,545 00 

Expenses : 

His Honour Judge W. Little, 850.45; His Honour Judge J. B. Robinson, 939.17; 

M. Stewart, 2,481.12; E. G. Tavlor, 1,691.69; D. Wren, 1,887.71; Accounts 

under $800, 17,547.49 ' 25,397 63 

Insurance Premium of Caisson Inspector ($221.55) 

Crown Life Insurance Company 221 55 

Advertising, Investigations, etc. ($19,223.21) 
Accounts under $2,000 19,223 21 

Cost of Living Bonus ($16,702.22) 

Sundry Employees 17,192 22 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 490 00 

16,702 22 

Workmen's Compensation Board — Awards and Costs ($76.50) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 76 50 



H8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Continued 

Miscellaneous Grants ($1,400.00) 

Canadian Congress of Labour 1,000 00 

Toronto District Trades and Labour Council 400 00 

Total . $500,521 41 

Less: Distribution of Stationery Stock on hand from 

1955-1956 20,511 75 

Main Office $480,009 66 



INDUSTRY AND LABOUR BOARD 

Salaries ($50,894.62) 

£. Billington, 6,300.00; E. G. Gibb, 5,699.94; J. F. Nutland, 5,699.94; Other 

salaries, 33,194.74 50,894 62 

Travelling Expenses ($1,043.09) 
Accounts under $800 1,043 09 

Maintenance ($35,991.91) 

British American Bank Note Co., 9,500.00; Queen's Printer, 24,627.23; Accounts 

under $2,000, 1,864.68 35,991 91 

Bank Charges re Vacation-with-Pay Stamps ($148,418.23) 

Charges for sale and cashing of Vacation-with-Pay Stamps: 

Banque Canadienne Nationale, 2,680.90; Canadian Bank of Commerce, 26,384.33; 
Imperial Bank of Canada, 15,578.10; Bank of Montreal, 29,199.29; Bank of 
Nova Scotia, 13,934.29; Royal Bank of Canada, 36,394.75; Toronto-Dominion 
Bank, 22,723.37; Accounts under $2,000, 1,523.20 148,418 23 

Payment of Claims re Vacation-with-Pay Stamps ($10,476,377.57) 

Sundry Persons 10,476,377 57 

Industry and Labour Board $10,712,725 42 



APPRENTICESHIP BRANCH 

Salaries ($89,241.08) 

G. H. Simmons, 6,049.98; Other salaries, 109,220.51 115,270 49 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 26,029 41 

89,241 08 

Advisory Committee — per diem allowances ($195.00) 

Accounts under $2,000 330 00 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 135 00 

195 00 

Examiners' Fees ($2,916.00) 

Sundry Persons 2,916 00 

Travelling Expenses ($8,180.18) 

H H. Alley, 981.33; H. N. Calverley, 2,681.14; A. E. Campbell, 951.24; B. J. Gregg, 

1,090.08; C. M. Hercus, 1,898.99; D. C. Hicks, 1,441.83; Accounts under $800, 

5,681.36 14,725 97 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 6,545 79 

8,180 18 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR H_9 

Apprenticeship Branch — Continued 

Maintenance ($13,992.99) 

Queen's Printer, 13,172.21; Accounts under $2,000, 820.78 13,992 99 

Apprenticeship Training (Special Classes) ($240,792.71) 

Trainees' Allowances, 231,900.00; Trainees' Transportation, 6,888.65; Department 

of Education (Dominion-Provincial Training Projects), 273,050.75; Accounts 

under $2,000, 1,851.54 513,690 94 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 272,898 23 

240,792 71 

Apprenticeship Branch $355,317 96 

BOILER INSPECTION BRANCH 

Salaries ($177,309.88) 

R. Almond, 4,500.00; J. E. Baylev, 4,699.92; J. N. Briggs, 6,349.98; T. W. Connor, 
4,849.92; H. W. Cooper, 4,849.92; T. G. Henderson, 4,500.00; L. J. Hutchinson, 
5,399.96; W. O. Jacks, 4,849.92; M. A. MacDonald, 4,650.00; A. E. Madden, 
4,699.92; W. H. Mclver, 4,500.00; C. J. Miller, 4,500.00; A. C. Newman, 4,500.00; 
C. J. Parker, 4,899.96; E. Robertson, 4,500.00; R. C. Samples, 4,699.92; D. Scott, 
4,899.96; R. J. Shannon, 4,899.96; W. Stonehouse, 4,899.96; J. Thompson, 
4,500.00; A. S. Thomson, 4,933.30; D. Urquhart, 4,699.92; O. Walters, 4,500.00; 
C. K. Watt, 4,899.96; Other salaries, 62,127.40 177,309 88 

Travelling Expenses ($38,967.82) 

R. Almond, 1,134.74; J. E. Bayley, 1,183.75; T. W. Connor, 1,503.50; S. Gomes, 
1,147.57; T. G. Henderson, 886.71; W. O. Jacks, 1,030.20; M. A. MacDonald, 
1,369.89; D. Macindoe, 2,068.53; A. E. Madden, 1,980.73; C. J. Miller, 2,889.47; 
A. C. Newman, 2,495.51 ; C. J. Parker, 814.71 ; D. A. Prentice, 1,898.07; E. Robert- 
son, 904.05; R. C. Samples, 3,400.03; D. Scott, 2,149.73; R. J. Shannon, 1,718.02; 
J. Thompson, 991.43; A. S. Thomson, 854.20; D. Urquhart, 1,988.09; O. Walters, 
1,718.58; C. K. Watt, 945.69; Accounts under $800, 3,894.62 38,967 82 

Maintenance ($7,835.29) 
Queen's Printer, 6,319.83; Accounts under $2,000, 1,515.46 7,835 29 

Boiler Inspection Branch $224,112 99 



FACTORY INSPECTION BRANCH 
Salaries ($48,425.87) 

C. G. Gibson, 8,349.96; D. F. Jones, 6,149.94; R. B. Lightbown, 4,759.92; D. F. 

McLean, 5,074.98; G. B. Nelson, 5,174.94; H. Y. Yoneyama, 5,499.96; Other 

salaries, 13,416.17 48,425 87 

Travelling Expenses ($2,953.10) 
C. G. Gibson, 1,508.37; Accounts under $800, 1,444.73 2,953 10 

Maintenance ($3,794.97) 

Queen's Printer, 3,224.38; Accounts under $2,000, 570.59 3,794 97 

Factory Inspection Branch. $55,173 94 



BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF OPERATING ENGINEERS 
Salaries ($51,116.55) 

J. S. Barclay, 4,999.98; A. L. Lacey, 5,809.92; Other salaries, 40,306.65 51,116 55 



H 10 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Board of Examiners of Operating Engineers — Continued 
Travelling Expenses ($4,398.66) 
J. S. Barclay, 1,380.41; D. B. Shaw, 1,848.95; Accounts under $800, 1,169.30. . 



4,398 66 



Maintenance ($12,766.68) 
Queen's Printer, 11,771.43; Accounts under $2,000, 995.25 12,766 68 

Board of Examiners of Operating Engineers $68,281 89 

MINIMUM WAGE BRANCH 

Salaries ($12,344.54) 
Sundry Employees 12,344 54 

Travelling Expenses ($614.23) 
Accounts under $800 614 23 

Maintenance ($1,993.63) 

Accounts under $2,000 1,993 63 

Minimum Wage Branch $14,952 40 

COMPOSITE INSPECTION BRANCH 
Salaries ($243,875.29) 

E. H. Gilbert, 6,349.98; W. J. Munro, 4,699.98; E. G. Sellers, 4,699.98; R. Turton, 

5,549.94; Other salaries, 222,575.41 243,875 29 



Travelling Expenses ($60,117.66) 

M. J. Bouchard, 1,550.96; E. Brock, 1,633.85; M. C. Campbell, 814.40; W. J. Cheevers, 
1,849.82; F. A. Cooke, 1,417.35; E. Coulter, 1,349.44; E. N. Farmer, 1,402.41 
V. N. Garson, 924.66; R. B. Greenop, 1,054.51; G. G. Halcrow, 1,294.04; R. M 
Halliday, 1,997.97; J. M. Hopper, 1,457.84; T. M. Jenckes, 2,221.59; O. J. Kerr 
2,050.18; R. Kirn, 1,277.02; A. F. Krestensen, 1,518.41; L. G. Leatherdale 
1,935.94; T. F. Logan, 957.64; E. Loyer, 834.89; W. H. Morris, 1,167.33; L. Moss 
1,019.36; A. L. Munn, 2,466.42; W. J. Munro, 3,673.87; J. J. Nelson, 834.87 
J. H. Ohrt, 2,542.89; G. F. Robbins, 884.86; E. G. Sellers, 1,874.19; N. Soady 
895.03; C Talbot, 929.80; J. M. Waide, 871.63; A. B. Ward, 1,548.68; W. ) 
Wibberley, 911.92; G. W. Young, 2,174.64; Accounts under $800, 10,779.25. . 



60,117 66 



Maintenance ($9,551.10) 

Queen's Printer, 9,069.05; Accounts under $2,000, 482.05 9,551 10 

Composite Inspection Branch $313,544 05 



LABOUR RELATIONS BOARD 
Salaries ($90,608.62) 

A. M. Brunskill, 5,699.94; J. Finkelman, 12,360.00; J. M. Flannery, 4,650.00; G. W 
Reed, 5,823.38; Other salaries, 62,075.30 



90,608 62 



Per Diem Allowances (Board Members) ($26,575.00) 

D. B. Archer, 6.950.00; G. S. Ferguson, 6,175.00; G. R. Harvey, 6,650.00; H. F. 

Irwin, 6,800.00 26,575 00 



1956-1957 DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR H 11 

Labour Relations Board — Continued 

Travelling Expenses ($10,984.56) 

F. D. Edwards, 2,316.02; J. M. Flannery, 3,445.31; J. R. Henderson, 1,550.46; M. F. 

Neave, 2,718.86; Accounts under $800, 953.91 10,984 56 

Maintenance ($15,994.85) 

Queen's Printer, 10,525.39; Accounts under $2,000, 5,469.46 15,994 85 

Labour Relations Board $144,163 03 

OFFICE OF ATHLETICS COMMISSIONER 

Salaries ($7,059.90) 

L. M. McKenzie, 4,749.96; Other salaries, 2,309.94 7,059 90 

Travelling Expenses ($2,120.48) 
L. M. McKenzie 2,120 48 

Maintenance ($2,069.55) 

Accounts under $2,000 2,069 55 

Assistance to Amateur Sport ($27,977.57) 

Canadian Olympic Association, 10,000.00; Chisholm Lacrosse Co., 3,889.48; Hamilton 
Olympic Club, 2,500.00; Madsen Manufacturing Co. Ltd., 2,144.52; A. G. 
Spalding & Bros, of Canada Ltd., 8,422.49; Accounts under $2,000, 1,021.08. . 27,977 57 

Office of Athletics Commissioner $39,227 50 



ELEVATOR INSPECTION BRANCH 
Salaries ($69,467.29) 

F. W. Ehmke, 5,699.94; G. W. Ockwell, 4,799.94; J. O. Wainman, 5,874.96; 

Other salaries, 53,092.45 69,467 29 

Travelling Expenses ($9,092.74) 

S. P. Blackman, 1,257.66; J. F. Haynes, 999.58; W. J. Jardine, 1,747.92; A. E. Levey, 
1,550.14; W. R. Nugent, 831.91; J. H. Parks, 1,435.53; W. J. Sorfleet, 936.13; 
Accounts under $800, 333.87 9,092 74 

Maintenance ($4,221.08) 

Queen's Printer, 3,838.07; Accounts under $2,000, 383.01 4,221 08 

Elevator Inspection Branch $82,781 11 



STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($10,000.00) 

Hon. Charles Daley 10,000 00 

Total Expenditure, Department of Labour $12,500,289.95 



PART I 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

LANDS AND FORESTS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1956-57 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Main Office: page 

Salaries, Travelling Expenses, Maintenance, etc 6 

Field Services: 

Surveys Branch 7 

Basic Organization — District Offices (including Provincial Parks, etc.) 8 

Extra Fire Fighting 13 

Public Information and Education re Fire Prevention, Fish and Wildlife, Reforestation 

and Timber Management 13 

Air Service Branch 14 

Grants 14 

Wolf Bounty 15 

Bear Bounty 15 

Timber Management Branch 15 

Statutory 15 

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]_6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

Hon. Clare E. Mapledoram, Minister (Statutory, see page I 15) 

MAIN OFFICE 
Salaries ($1,321,828.36) 

Minister's Office 17,671 38 

Deputy Minister's Office 19,822 50 

Operation and Personnel Branch 264,466 84 

Accounts Branch 237,648 45 

Parks Branch 39,396 72 

Lands and Recreational Areas Branch 83,292 36 

Surveys Branch 273,583 19 

Forest Protection Branch 71,502 46 

Timber Management Branch 54,374 98 

Reforestation Branch 77,599 23 

Fish and Wildlife Branch 156,973 29 

Law Branch 25,496 96 

F. A. MacDougall Deputy Minister 14,499 93 

L. M. Affleck, 4,699.93; G. C. Armstrong, 4,749.92; F. M. Baker, 3,574.96; J. S. 
Ball, 3,326.62; W. A. Barnard, 5,549.94; G. H. Bayly, 7,899.96; F. W. Beatty, 
9,199.98; J. E. Beecroft, 5,049.96; J. M. Bishop, 5,749.92; A. S. Bray, 8,659.92; 
M. J. Brubacher, 4,599.96; J. P. Campbell, 4,624.96; A. R. Carey, 5,699.94; 
W. E. Carroll, 5,099.94; C. H. Clarke, 7,349.91; R. G. Code, 6,899.94; A. S. 
Crawford, 4,745.39; L. W. Daniels, 4,659.94; G. W. Delahey, 5,185.00; F. L. 
Delavigne, 4,949.97; J. C. Dillon, 5,659.92; E. J. Dodd, 5,099.94; L. G. Donald, 
4,549.98; E. F. Eaton, 4,899.96; J. Farrington, 5,749.92; G. H. Ferguson, 4,599.96; 
U. W. Fiskar, 5,609.95; F. T. Garnham, 4,650.00; W. E. Gimby, 3,793.28; W. B. 
Greenwood, 7,899.96; W. R. Grinnell, 5,409.96; J. M. Halpenny, 2,125.00; W. J. 
Harkness, 9,199.98; A. F. Helmsley, 5,149.93; S. J. Hussey, 4,575.00; J. C. Jack- 
son, 5,409.96; O. C. Jennette, 5,899.98; I. C. Johnson, 4,949.97; W. H. Kearns, 
5,250.00; F. A. Leonard, 4,624.98; C. E. Lloyd, 5,574.96; R. R. MacBean, 6,899.94; 
A. R. MacDonald, 4,849.99; H. H. MacKay, 6,660.00; T. E. Mackey, 9,199.98; 
L. J. Madill, 4,849.98; J. M. Main, 5,599.98; F. C. McKergow, 6,199.92; H. G. 
McKinley, 4,859.98; R. V. Metcalfe, 5,949.96; H. N. Middleton, 5,549.91; R. H. 
Millest, 5,799.96; M. B. Morison, 7,359.96; W. Mulholland, 5,099.94; S. H. 
Parsons, 5,899.98; D. M. Peacock, 4,637.46; L. Pelz, 5,099.94; F. J. Pillgrem, 
5,609.97; E. F. Quigley, 4,699.98; G. F. Reding, 4,899.94; P. O. Rhynas, 9,009.96; 
C. V. Rich, 5,624.95; J. Ruxton, 4,518.30; J. F. Sharpe, 10,249.98; J. R. Smyth, 
5,049.96; W. J. Stinson, 4,959.93; J. B. Thompson, 5,160.00; L. E. Tremblay, 
6,159.96; W. W. Tweed, 4,408.28; E. L. Ward, 6,560.00; G. E. Ward, 6,249.96; 
W. F. Weaver, 7,899.96; R. A. Weir, 6,099.96; W. H. Werner, 6,360.00; C. E. 
Westland, 5,949.96; J. M. Whalen, 6,585.00; A. B. Wheatley, 5,460.00; R. V. 
Whelan, 5,659.94; J. R. Williams, 4,849.99; J. S. Yoerger, 7,699.98; E. J. Zavitz, 
7,359.96; Other salaries, 842.766.98 1,321,828 36 

Travelling Expenses ($66,885.19) 

Hon. C. E. Mapledoram, 1,200.00; G. C. Armstrong, 906.75; G. H. Bayly, 1,497.11; 
A. S. Bray, 1,155.80; J. A. Brodie, 1,496.19; C. H. Clarke, 1,605.98; R. G. Code, 
839.33; G. W. Delahey, 975.09; J. C. Dillon, 1,438.41; U. W. Fiskar, 3,340.39; 
W. B. Greenwood, 1,818.52; W. R. Grinnell, 1,798.35; W. J. Harkness, 2,265.75; 
A. F. Helmsley, 1,310.22; T. S. Jenkins, 1,026.43; O. C Jennette, 1,668.50; A. R. 
MacDonald, 1,174.83; T. E. Mackey, 851.56; B. W. Madigan, 1,212.13; J. M. 
Main, 1,322.13; R. V. Metcalfe, 1,262.36; H. N. Middleton, 1,078.57; R. H. 
Millest, 1,743.07; C. R. Muckleston, 1,101.66; D. M. Peacock, 1,636.50; P. O. 
Rhynas, 2,853.19; J. Ruxton, 952.26; W. J. Stinson, 1,487.04; Trans-Canada 
Airlines, 2,245.33; R. A. Weir, 1,592.92; W. H. Werner, 1,025.29; A. B. Wheatley, 

1,251.40; J. R. Williams, 2,104.47; E.J. Zavitz, 1,288.85; Accounts under $800, 

16,358.81 66,885 19 

Maintenance and Operating ($21,413.95) 

Accounts under $2,000 21,413 95 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS I_7 

Main Office — Continued 
Damage and Other Claims, Sundry Contingencies, Awards, etc. ($1,519.40) 

Accounts under $2,000 1,519 40 

Workmen's Compensation Board — Awards and Costs ($79,878.51) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 79,878 51 

Annuities and Bonuses to Indians under Treaty No. 9 ($28,360.00) 

Department of Citizenship and Immigration, Ottawa 28,360 00 

Cost of Living Bonus ($202,697.42) 

Sundry Employees 202,697 42 

Unemployment Insurance Stamps ($27,511.53) 

Postmaster, stamps purchased, 55,020.82; Less refund of Employees' contribution, 

27,509.29 27,511 53 

Advisory Committee to Minister — Travelling and Incidental Expenses ($85.05) 

Accounts under $2,000 85 05 

Main Office $1,750,179 41 



FIELD SERVICES 

Surveys Branch 

Aerial Surveys ($18,895.87) 

Department of Highways, 5,748.62; Eastman Photographic Stores, Ltd., 2,040.21; 
Log Etronics Incorporated, 5,685.06; McCutcheon's Camera Shop, Ltd., 

21,099.75; Accounts under $2,000, 10,877.63 45,451 27 

Less Refunds: Various Departments and Companies 26,555 40 

18,895 87 

Ground Surveys ($133,890.11) 

J. D. Dearden, 14,564.77; Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, 3,998.11; 
A. O. Este, 10,481.20; J. J. Haigh, 2,766.88; Hudson's Bay Co., 3,757.62; 
Hughes-Owens Co., Ltd., 5,888.26; H. F. Keefer, 3,224.87; N. P. Lyndon, 
2,830.05; F. C. McKergow, travel and disbursements, 3,550.95; C. R. Morgan, 
9,922.72; C. P. O'Dale, 8,877.35; Photostat Corporation, 3,286.35; Pierce & 
Pierce, 12,552.36; Queen's Printer, 8,727.42; M. N. Simpson, 5,585.95; J. B. 

ITrepanier, 5,273.50; Accounts under $2,000, 60,422.64 165,711 00 
Less Refunds: 
Sundry persons, survey fees 31,790 00 
Excise tax, rebate on industrial alcohol 30 89 
31,820 89 



133,890 11 



Lac Seul Storage Dam — Control and Maintenance ($683.00) 



C. H. Fullerton, 1,030.45; T. H. Hogg, 1,000.00; Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario, 2,834.76 4,865 21 

Less: Government of Canada Repayment 4,182 21 

Surveys Branch $153,468 98 



683 00 



I 8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Basic Organization — District Offices 

(Including Provincial Parks, Research, Scaling, Forest Resources 
Inventory, Forest Ranger School) 

Salaries ($8,115,967.33) 

Foresters, Conservation Officers, Forest Rangers, etc 8,451,403 45 

Less Refunds, etc.: 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario: 
Labour cost for patrol of transmission lines: 

Algonquin Park 6,321 31 

Longlac Diversion, Kenogami Dam 1,653 83 

Services H. G. Reynolds, water level readings 

at MacDiarmid 240 00 

University of Toronto: 

Services of mechanic 546 00 

Government of Canada: 
Department of Fisheries: 

re Great Lakes Fisheries Project 2,783 24 

Department of Transport: 

re J. G. Miranda, weather reporting at Pickle 

Lake 1,033 25 

Department of Public Works: 
Salaries transferred: 

Construction 307,913 67 

Maintenance 14,278 24 

322,191 91 

Miscellaneous 666 58 

335,436 12 

-8,115,967 33 



Travelling Expenses ($556,272.16) 

R. D. Acheson, 2,916.75; M. A. Adamson, 1,885.96; P. Addison, 1,980.79; D. Allan, 
1,134.04; P. E. Anslow, 1,428.36; G. R. Armitage, 1,307.68; G. A. Ashenden, 
856.09; J. F. Atkinson, 990.24; C. E. Atwood, 803.81; M. Bailey, 1,290.80; G. 
Barna, 974.67; J. E. Barnes, 1,020.01; J. A. Barron, 1,673.05; W. Bastedo, 1,019.95; 
J. G. Bell, 1,264.03; B. B. Benson, 911.61; A. H. Berst, 1,176.33; C. F. Bibby, 
2,117.52; W. W. Bittle, 1,835.36; R. H. Bliss, 1,362.04; R. Boultbee, 1,829.50; 
J. B. Boyle, 1,454.10; R. V. Brady, 1,231.60; G. C. Bragg, 834.70; R. Brigden, 
1,211.80; W. A. Brown, 941.60; D. S. Bruce, 918.82; G. D. Buie, 970.71; W. R. 
Bunting, 1,007.51; R. J. Burgar, 1,467.35; D. H. Burton, 1,870.50; G. A. Cameron, 
893.67; L. Campbell, 928.59; R. S. Carman, 1,767.11; A. J. Carmichael, 1,474.29; 
J. B. Catcher, 1,043.75; W. J. Christie, 986.55; W. B. Clarke, 1,700.48; W. G. 
Cleaveley, 1,102.75; G. F. Coyne, 2,357.09; T. Craine, 1,449.15; A. Crealock, 
908.96; E. M. Cressman, 853.94; A. T. Cringan, 814.31; H. G. Cumming, 918.95; 
R. J. Curley, 826.72; W. C. Currie, 1,360.70; M. R. Cusson, 972.85; T. C. Cusson, 
860.49; D. R. Cutts, 2,105.04; D. D'Agostini, 1,251.36; A. E. Danes, 1,375.18; 
P. R. Davidson, 1,258.54; J. B. Dawson, 849.77; C. E. Day, 863.54; H. E. Deedo, 
1,614.57; F. Desourdy, 914.82; H. H. DeVries, 1,427.59; J. M. Dixon, 958.06; 
R. M. Dixon, 943.31 ; J. S. Dorland, 1,413.55; H. S. Dornan, 801.86; A. H. Draves, 
1,027.70; E. K. Dreyer, 1,398.47; C. J. Ducharme, 2,203.20; C. W. Duckworth, 
1,065.88; R. T. Duff, 929.18; A. L. Dunne, 1,477.49; L. H. Eckel, 1,626.94; W. E. 
Edwards, 1,633.27; C. A. Elsey, 1,562.53; D. A. Fawcett, 980.27; R. G. Ferguson, 
859.69; V. W. Fisk, 1,102.13; G. W. Fletcher, 1,063.55; W. H. Forman, 1,524.65; 
W. T. Foster, 1,886.60; C. D. Fowle, 976.90; W. K. Fullerton, 1,333.86; J. F. Gage, 
1,043.32; D. N. Gander, 1,470.10; W. J. Gibson, 1,204.36; J. W. Giles, 1,083.32; 
J. L. Grew, 2,138.93; J. D. Griffiths, 1,032.92; H. R. Grinnell, 1,282.95; C. R. 
Groves, 1,616.48; R. H. Gutcher, 910.40; F. L. Hall, 955.95; R. J. Hall, 1,134.03; 
R. H. Hambly, 2,269.34; G. A. Hamilton, 1,590.27; S. R. Hamilton, 1,519.74; 
P. J. Hare, 1,888.42; R. J. Hatkoski, 1,906.12; L. Hawkins, 1,056.00; C. C. Heim- 
burger, 914.81; A. J. Herridge, 1,635.87; Q. F. Hess, 3,074.81; G. A. Hills, 1,267.14; 
A. M. Hodgson, 1,288.81; W. N. Hogan, 1,766.81; F. C. Hollidge, 1,200.10; S. C. 
Hudson, 1,037.86; T. W. Hueston, 806.65; J. D. Hughes, 1,038.39; R. W. 






1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS I 9 

Basic Organization — District Offices — Continued 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

Hummel, 1,440.34; R. S. Hyslop, 1,450.20; W. H. Jarvis, 1,423.63; R. C. Johanson, 
1,029.53; E. F. Johnston, 1,710.70; R. N. Johnston, 1,785.35; P. J. Kennedy, 
901.69; M. D. Kirk, 1,264.47; J. P. L'Abbe, 1,035.81; C. H. Lane, 958.24; H. C. 
Larsson, 951.21; J. K.Legris, 936.66; A. W.Leman, 1,379.18; A. P. Leslie, 1,773.57; 
G. M. Linton, 992.80; J. W. Lloyd, 1,050.00; R. A. Lockhart, 831.95; J. W. Lock- 
wood, 869.35; K. H. Loftus, 1,310.58; G. M. Longley, 1,045.72; M. G. Loucks, 
2,028.81; H. G. Lumsden, 1,395.16; N. F. Lyon, 1,156.40; G. D. MacAdam, 
957.35; F. W. MacDonald, 1,053.39; E. MacGillivray, 2,213.72; G. E. Mac- 
Kinnon, 827.69; G. J. Madill, 1,286.14; L. C. Mantle, 906.40; H. R. McCrimmon, 
1,383.36; J. M. McDougall, 926.94; J. K. McEwen, 1,716.89; M. M. McLean, 
1,209.46; E. R. Meadows, 1,354.46; C. Monk, 817.10; J. R. Morawski, 1,126.80; 
J. E. Morin, 931.02; M. B. Morison, 1,110.18; J. L. Mullen, 1,327.78; R. E. 
Mullen, 887.54; A. R. Muma, 1,349.02; G. Munro, 1,304.05; R. J. Murphy, 
1,241.28; G. C. Murray, 1,075.64; S. E. Neundorf, 1,188.70; F. S. Newman, 
1,735.47; S. Nodwell, 1,621.88; J. R. Oatway, 1,038.80; D. N. Omand, 1,547.68; 
E. G. Ostrum, 888.38; R. B. Page, 1,577.65; R. C. Passmore, 1,735.72; N. D. 
Patrick, 1,564.98; W. R. Peck, 1,099.89; A. E. Pennell, 976.62; C. E. Perrie, 
1,073.40; C. L. Perrie, 1,434.55; W. L. Plonski, 1,425.81; R. A. Quirt, 836.55; 
E. J. Revell, 905.80; H. G. Reynolds, 1,033.76; J. K. Reynolds, 2,784.18; L. Ring- 
ham, 1,778.30; E. A. Roberts, 1,378.70; F. C. Robinson, 816.28; W. Robinson, 
1,086.71; J. D. Roseborough, 1,525.85; L. G. Rowson, 1,826.03; A. A. Russell, 
990.28; R. A. Ryder, 1,162.25; M. Sauerbrei, 908.46; D. A. Scott, 1,234.59; J. D. 
Scott, 849.16; E.L. Shears, 1,542.13; F. E. Sider, 1,576.01; G. A. Sinclair, 1,654.35; 
N. E. Sitwell, 1,198.76; E. L. Skuce, 931.04; W. L. Sleeman, 2,316.56; B. D. 
Smalley, 1,195.18; B. Smith, 1,343.93; E. W. Smith, 1,316.51; R. D. Snow, 
1,717.86; S. Spencer, 809.24; R. N. Staley, 1,067.15; R. O. Standfield, 808.09; 
G. Steele, 1,081.45; W. E. Steele, 1,046.15; J. A. Stewart, 1,675.46; J. H. Stirrett, 
1,800.11; L. J. Stock, 1,291.45; J. Strickland, 982.30; R. Strong, 834.84; D. O. 
Sylvester, 1,183.26; J. M. Taylor, 1,630.87; F. Thib, 1,135.72; P. A. Thompson, 
1,274.74; W. A. Thurston, 1,610.88; R. M. Toms, 1,456.45; P. B. Townsend, 
1,378.65; A. J. Tracy, 1,264.01; R. H. Trotter, 1,391.69; W. G. Turnbull, 1,564.81; 
D. G. Turner, 854.60; K. B. Turner, 1,280.95; W. W. Tweed, 1,111.94; W. W. 
Wahl, 1,172.20; F. A. Walden, 1,243.20; D. G. Waldriff, 1,341.09; H. C. Wallwin, 
2,617.29; A. E. Walroth, 1,371.90; E. L. Ward, 2,045.18; J. C. Weir, 909.15; 
D. R. Wilson, 2,128.95; R. D. Windsor, 887.35; C. H. Winters, 1,687.88; E. A. 

Young, 1,052.90; C. H. Zavitz, 1,161.67; Accounts under $800, 283,586.16 

575,757 08 

Less Refunds, etc.: 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario: 

Patrol of transmission lines, Algonquin Park. 5 55 

Government of Canada: 

Department of Fisheries re Great Lakes 

Fisheries Project 229 63 

Department of Public Works: 
Accounts transferred: 

Construction 17,918 37 

Maintenance 1,331 37 



19,249 74 

19,484 92 



556,272 16 



Maintenance and Operating ($2,969,086.72) 

A. & R. Motors, Ltd., 5,039.39; Acme Motors (Manitoulin) Ltd., 4,600.76; Aero 
Surveys, Ltd., 40,655.03; Algoma Central & Hudson Bay Railway Co., 2,400.83; 
Algoma Produce Co., Ltd., 2,066.04; Allworth, Ltd., 4,749.69; Alpha Aracon 
Radio Co., Ltd., 11,089.55; Geo. Angus (Canada) Ltd., 98,350.21; Armstrong- 
Batters-McKenzie, Ltd., 2,516.00; Geo. Armstrong Co., Ltd., 11,873.40; Atikokan 
Cement Products, Ltd., 4,900.20; Atikokan Central Plumbing & Heating, Ltd., 
3,669.01; C. A. Auld Supply Co., Ltd., 2,102.63; J. Azzopardi & Sons, 2,016.00; 
W. L. Ballentine Co., Ltd., 6,057.15; Bancroft Lumber, Ltd., 2,249.19; Barker 
Motors, Ltd., 5,073.53; Barrie Motor Sales, Ltd., 2,198.00; F. Baxter, 5,825.81; 
Beatty Bros., Ltd., 6,188.10; Wm. Beatty Co., Ltd., 2,331.92; Beaver Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 41,283.24; Belisle Trac Sales, 11,742.23; Bergman & Nelson, Ltd., 
3,837.55; Bissett Motors, Ltd., 2,166.63; M. J. Blakely, 7,377.70; Blind River 

SIG— 19 



I 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Basic Organization — District Offices — Continued 

Maintenance and Operating — Continued 

Motor Sales, 4,266.95; R. A. Blyth Co., 10,852.75; A. Boisvert & Fils, Ltee. 
12,261.04; W. F. Bolduc Tire Co., 3,463.02; Boston Motors, Ltd., 5,753.47 
P. Boutin, 2,101.00; J. R. Boyd & Son, 3,809.72; Boyd's Tire Service, 2,499.17 
British American Oil Co., Ltd., 58,985.26; R. H. Brohm, 2,915.76; P. Brough 
2,979.75; Bruce Station Lumber & Supply Co., 2,540.80; Brunnelle Sales, 2,558.01 
F. L. Buchanan, Ltd., 2,122.55; Bud's Transfer, 4,209.45; Campbell Trucking 
4,347.00; Canada Packers, Ltd., 60,531.76; Canada Tire & Supply Co., 2,045.44 
Canada Western Distributors, Ltd., 4,051.86; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co. 
Ltd., 10,626.29; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 4,971.56; Canadian Indus- 
tries (1954) Ltd., 2,954.09; Canadian Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., 2,385.24; Canadian 
Marconi Co., 5,701.42; Canadian National Railways, 34,456.77; Canadian Oil 
Companies, Ltd., 40,907.54; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 22,352.80; Canadian 
Petrofina, Ltd., 5,088.74; Canadian Tire Corporation, Ltd., 6,872.54; Canadian 
Westinghouse Supply Co., Ltd., 2,694.60; Canus Equipment, Ltd., 9,068.87 
Capital Sound Service, 2,034.79; Delbert T. Carr, 5,884.33; Carrington Lumber 
& Builders' Supplies, 8,608.14; Cartier Motors, Ltd., 12,405.01; Casco Trucks Co. 
9,738.60; Caswell Construction, Ltd., 2,508.23; Champion Machine & Tool Co. 
2,100.80; Township of Chapleau, 3,784.31; Chappie's, Ltd., 2,669.09; T. Cheguis 
6,344.17; Chukuni Lumber Co., Ltd., 6,906.30; Cities Service Oil Co., Ltd. 
3,661.95; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 31,879.65; Cockburn & Archer, Ltd. 
2,215.64; Coldwater Garage, 2,379.74; Coleman & Prest, 2,062.27; Collins Bros 
Ltd., 2,822.62; Chas. W. Collins Stores, Ltd., 10,246.03; J. P. Conway Planing 
Mill, 2,639.73; H. E. Cooke Construction, 2,781.50; Alf. Cooper & Co., 9,945.01 
H. S. Crabtree, Ltd., 2,029.24; S. Cross, 2,488.50; Crossett Motors, Ltd., 2,335.34 
Geo. W. Crothers, Ltd., 6,585.76; Currier & Smith, 23,186.89; Dangerfield 
Motors, Ltd., 4,896.88; Danz-Muncaster, Ltd., 3,815.27; G. Darling, 2,098.50 
Department of Highways, 13,367.34; Department of Northern Affairs and National 
Resources, 10,622.45; Dingwall Motors, Ltd., 2,123.38; Dominion Bridge Co 
Ltd., 2,026.23; Dominion Stores, Ltd., 3,853.18; Dow Chemical of Canada, Ltd 
4,364.31; J. R. Dymond, 12,500.00; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 12,139.03; Ebel Buildings 
of Stone, 2,091.03; Edward's (Sudbury) Ltd., 2,804.16; Edwards & Sons Hard- 
ware, Ltd., 3,638.99; Electro Sonic Supply Co., Ltd., 10,149.34; Elliott Haynes, 
Ltd., 4,325.00; Entomology Congress, 3,000.00; Evans Lumber & Builders' 
Supply, Ltd., 12,637.66; Fee Motors, Ltd., 3,270.75; Feldman Timber Co., Ltd., 
21,922.89; J. Austin Floyd, 5,297.80; Fox Cartage & Storage, 2,467.23; P. G. 
Fraser Lumber, Ltd., 8,200.73; Fred's Meat Market, 7,581.58; Fuller's Complete 
Auto Service, 2,136.14; Gamble-Robinson, Ltd., 2,071.76; General Dry Batteries 
of Canada, Ltd., 9,707.06; General Fireguard Corporation, Ltd., 7,084.28; 
Geraldton Millworks, 2,510.08; Gibson Motors, Ltd., 6,217.36; Paul Girard, 
2,380.00; Glencoe Mills, Incorporated, 3,459.60; C. Good Murphy, 4,200.00; 
Gordon Motor Sales, 2,222.87; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 8,851.26; Great Northern 
Woods Co., Ltd., 12,600.14; Green Motor Sales, 2,333.50; Guelph Motor Pro- 
ducts, Ltd., 2,224.28; Chas. A. Guenette, 2,167.39; Haileybury Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 8,732.82; Haliburton Produce Co., 3,454.89; Hanna Motor Sales, 2,022.92; 
C. Harris, 2,690.25; Harvey Motor Sales, Ltd., 2,746.21; Hawman Motors & 
Electric, Ltd., 2,097.50; Hearst Lumber Co., 5,779.36; Geo. C. Henderson & Son, 
3,518.00; Henning Motors, Ltd., 2,137.99; Henry Motors, Ltd., 5,282.53; Hern 
Hardware, 2,583.42; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 19,119.84; S. J. Hill & Sons, Ltd., 
10,533.01; Hinsperger's Harness & Tent Co., Ltd., 4,109.52; Holden Manufactur- 
ing Co., Ltd., 3,976.82; Hudson Sportwear Co., Ltd., 8,340.18; Hudson's Bay 
Co., 8,448.19; J. K. Hughes, 2,321.91; Huntsville Planing Mills, 20,259.91; 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 63,087.33; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 
170,430.11; International Business Machines Co., Ltd., 2,291.84; International 
Harvester Co. of Canada, Ltd., 6,067.89; Irvin Air Chute, Ltd., 6,060.75; Isabey's 
Garage, Ltd., 3,841.04; J. & W. Motors, 2,205.72; Jack's Auto Service, Ltd., 
13,907.46; A. E. Jacobson Lumber, Ltd., 2,352.82; Jamestown Transit Co., 
3,915.07; Jessiman Motors, Ltd., 11,251.35; D. T.Johnston, 7,992.75; Johnston 
Motor Sales, 2,316.71; E. Jones, 2,522.63; K. V. P. Co., Ltd., 2,136.42; Howard 
Kennedy, 9,000.00; Kenora Motor Products, Ltd., 7,646.12; Ken's Storage, Ltd., 
2,622.59; Ketchum Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 2,543.19; Keyes Supply Co. Ltd., 
5,762.76; Kitchen Overall & Shirt Co., Ltd., 5,772.52; Kokotow Bros. Lumber, 
2,364.45; Kraft Motors & Supplies, Ltd., 2,259.56; L. P. Lachance, 2,532.95; 
J. Lacourse, 2,754.99; Lakeland Motor Sales, 5,638.30; Lalonde Motor Sales 
(Sturgeon Falls) Ltd., 3,584.40; Lampshire & Terry, 2,971.48; Leavens Bros. 
Ltd., 5,147.55; John Leckie, Ltd., 17,300.92; Lehtinen's General Store, 3,769.01; 
Levitt-Safety, Ltd., 2,459.57; R. D. Little & Son, Ltd., 4,776.54; H. A. Lowther 
Co., Incorporated, 13,287.74; P. H. Lymburner, 4,095.00; MacDonald Equipment 
Co., 3,196.17; Marnoch Office Supply Co., 11,095.21; W. H. Marr, Ltd., 4,998.23; 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS Ml 

Basic Organization — District Offices — Continued 

Maintenance and Operating — Continued 

Marshall-Ecclestone, Ltd., 5,107.68; Marshall-Wells Co., Ltd., 9,496.00; Master 
Canvas Craft Co., 3,930.38; J. A. Mathieu, Ltd., 4,335.28; W. Maxwell & Sons, 
4,199.68; McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 15,874.65; McCool Motors, Ltd., 
4,256.21; McCormack Motors, 2,370.00; McCutcheon's Camera Shop, Ltd., 
2,726.88; C. W. McEwen, Ltd., 3,460.37; J. J. McFadden Lumber Co., Ltd., 
2,528.50; McKenny's Garage, 2,000.00; McKim Advertising, Ltd., 2,067.18; F. W. 
McLachlan Construction Co., Ltd., 4,823.00; W. A. McLachlan & Son, 2,026.61; 
Murray McLean, 2,024.10; R. McLenaghan, 2,952.21; McMaster Fuels, Ltd., 
9,141.00; G. D. McMullen, 2,854.00; McVey's Garage, Ltd., 2,740.03; Meredith- 
Connelly Motors, Ltd., 9,483.99; Mid-North Motors, Ltd., 2,296.54; Mid-North 
Office Equipment, 2,317.81; Mills & Hadwin, Ltd., 4,410.97; Mine Safety Appli- 
ances Co. of Canada, Ltd., 3,232.32; H. R. Manifie, 2,919.75; Mitchell-Houghton 
Ltd., 4,148.80; E. Mohns, 3,189.50; Moore Bros., 2,302.15; Moore Bros. Garage, 
Ltd., 2,052.47; Morrow Radio Manufacturing Co., 4,371.91; E. R. Mound, 
25,951.43; S. W. Mound, 25,863.25; Murray Motors, 11,257.41; Muskoka Oil 
Products, Ltd., 17,423.67; Mutual Coal & Dock Co., 4,411.50; Myers Lumber 
Co., 5,525.47; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 8,070.06; P. H. Nayler, 2,194.74; Chas. 
Niedners Sons, Ltd., 29,821.05; North American Lumber & Supply Co., Ltd., 
7,647.63; North Bay Garage, Ltd., 6,661.47; James North (Canada) Co., Ltd., 
2,411.08; North Star Oil, Ltd., 6,966.78; Northern Builders Sales, Ltd., 9,049.37; 
Northern Canada Supply, Ltd., 5,424.76; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 9,684.22; 
Northern Engineering & Supply Co., Ltd., 5,092.62; Northern Propane Gas Co., 
Ltd., 7,654.32; Northern Wood Preservers, Ltd., 2,432.07; Northland Electronics 
(Sudbury) Ltd., 2,042.10; Northland Equipment & Supply Co., 2,582.02; North- 
land Machinery Supply Co., Ltd., 7,452.29; Ontario Northland Railway, 2,325.86; 
Palangio Motor Sales, 2,215.40; Paralac Paint & Varnish Mfg. Co., 3,978.20; 
Patterson Transport, 2,291.17; D. L. Pender, 2,303.79; Photographic Survey Corp., 
Ltd., 20,618.84; Al. Pierce Motors, Ltd., 2,983.48; Edwin Pilgrim, 5,627.00; Pitura 
Motors, Ltd., 2,028.37; Wm. Pollock & Son, Ltd., 22,877.75; Postmaster, 
stamps, 28,483.04; Porcelain & Metal Products, Ltd., 16,978.00; Potter & 
Kerr, Ltd., 2,496.86; Powell Equipment Co., Ltd., 21,478.15; Prentice Roads & 
Excavating, Ltd., 16,884.18; Provencher Bros., 2,663.22; Public Utilities, sundry, 
8,867.32; Pye (Canada) Ltd., 25,407.90; Queen's Printer, 381,801.48; Ratcliffe & 
Smiley Hardware, Ltd., 3,442.24; Reed, Shaw & McNaught, 27,740.93; Depart- 
ment of Reform Institutions, 19,237.92; Regent Refining (Canada) Ltd., 
4,128.50; Reid's Garage, Ltd., 6,921.92; Renfrew Motor Sales, Ltd., 3,200.96; 
Richards-Wilcox Canadian Co., Ltd., 2,522.59; Richardson Bros., 4,191.57; 
Rideau Industrial Farm Industries, 10,452.00; Ellwood Robinson, Ltd., 2,124.51; 
Rollo Tent & Awning Co., 9,938.28; Rosco Metal & Roofing Products, Ltd., 
2,244.48; Royal York Hotel, 5,105.56; Rugged Wear, Ltd., 3,621.80; Rumble 
Motors (Collingwood) Ltd., 2,780.53; Jas. Russell Sales & Service, Ltd., 2,032.26; 
J. H. Ryder Machinery Co., 4,224.88; Safety Supply Co., 9,758.86; H. Sampson, 
2,946.50; Scott Motor Sales, 2,848.57; Shell Oil Co. of Canada, Ltd., 37,153.63; 
Sheppard & Gill Lumber Co., 4,448.78; Sheppard & Morse, Ltd., 3,556.73; 
Norman W. Shields & Co., 14,053.10; Shirley Motors, Ltd., 4,495.26; Siistonen, 
Toivo, 4,273.00; S. B. Simms & Sons, 2,105.55; J. R. Simonett Motors, Ltd., 
3,345.29; Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 2,335.50; Smith & Chappie, Ltd., 35,511.77; 
Smith & Elston, Ltd., 3,152.41; Snelgrove Motors, Ltd., 2,050.51; Soo Mill & 
Lumber Co., 6,330.95; Soo Sanders, Ltd., 3,053.03; Spadoni Bros., Ltd., 9,025.93; 
Spramotor Sales & Equipment, Ltd., 2,749.60; Spruce Falls Power & Paper Co., 
Ltd., 4,653.87; Spruce Motors, Ltd., 12,884.42; Stainton & Evis, Ltd., 21,743.47; 
Elliott Stedelbauer Motors, Ltd., 4,873.13; Stokes Cap & Regalia, 3,122.21; 
Sudbury General Equipment Ltd., 3,299.00; Sudbury Motors, Ltd., 8,281.28; 
J. W. Summers & Son, 2,265.50; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 3,945.99; Sundry persons, 
fish purchases, 2,053.20; Sundry persons, fur sealing, 2,818.80; Sundry persons, 
seed collecting, 37,674.29; Sundry persons, truck rental, 18,036.11; Superior 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 5,634.61; Superior Offset Plate Processing Co., 3,507.85; 
Supertest Petroleum Corporation, Ltd., 10,063.75; Surveying & Drawing Supply 
Co., Ltd., 4,428.70; Tallack Bros., Ltd., 2,715.32; Ed. Tapp, 2,500.00; Geo. Taylor 
Hardware, Ltd., 29,752.46; Telephone, sundry, 116,598.70; Temiskaming Equip- 
ment Co., 4,790.86; Thayer Lumber Co., Ltd., 2,570.24; Thessalon Motors, 
2,609.06; Thompson Motors, Ltd., 3,325.98; W. Roy Thompson, 2,450.04; H. A. 
Tiitto, 2,364.00; Timberland Machines, Ltd., 8,150.76; Timmins Garage Co., Ltd., 
2,697.64; Tippet & Richardson, Ltd., 8,373.69; Tip Top Tailors, Ltd., 12,650.15; 
Chas. Tonge& Allan Eckford, 6,725.75; Travelade Motors, Ltd., 6,367.70; Truman 
Motor Sales, Ltd., 2,311.03; L. H. Turnbull & Son, 2,849.75; Tweed Motor Car 
Sales, 2,221.36; Twin City Industrial Equipment, Ltd., 22,070.38; Underwood, 
Ltd., 2,657.84; Union Garage, 5,920.90; United Supply (Timmins) Ltd., 3,703.41; 



I 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Basic Organization — district Offices — Continued 

Maintenance and Operating — Continued 

Valley Camp Coal Co. of Canada, Ltd., 3,486.64; Wabi Iron Works, Ltd., 
3,308.09; Wahnapitae Lumber Co., Ltd., 2,798.48; Walker's Welding, 2,636.80; 
Walkerton Motor Sales, 2,100.00; Wanson Lumber Co., Ltd., 6,059.72; Ward 
Bros., 2,391.22; Warwick & Son, 2,328.11; T. C. Warwick & Sons, Ltd., 2,169.54; 
Watson-Jack-Hopkins, Ltd., 93,015.67; B. G. Watt, 3,805.32; C. N. Weber, Ltd., 
4,927.63; Weldon Equipment, Ltd., 14,740.51; West York Motors (Canada) Ltd., 
2,056.75; Westeel Products, Ltd., 2,747.60; Western Bag & Burlap Co., Ltd., 
3,392.11; Western Grocers, Ltd., 3,554.36; Wheeler Lumber & Builders' Supplies, 
8,376.38; Wholesale Radio & Electronics, Ltd., 3,382.55; Williams Hardware Co., 
Ltd., 2,612.26; Williams Tool Corporation of Canada, Ltd., 2,638.67; Wilson & 
Cousins, Ltd., 4,898.20; Bill Wilson Motors, 2,144.20; Wilson Marine Sales & 
Service, 3,129.13; Wingham Motors, 6,310.95; L. Woermke, 23,162.89; G. H. 
Wood & Co., Ltd., 7,833.01 ; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 2,179.52; Wright- 
way, Ltd., 5,514.36; Yale Book Co., 6,587.75; York Trading, Ltd., 5,047.21; 

Young's Marine Sales & Service, 2,280.79; Zadow Motors, Ltd., 7,800.81; 

Accounts under $2,000, 1,011,222.58 4,417,430 71 

Less' Refunds, etc.: 
Sales, Rentals, etc. : 

Trees and tree seed 62,675 36 

Used equipment and material 20,692 18 

Pulpwood, fuelwood and saw logs 43,928 77 



Telephone line 

Equipment rental 


800 00 
1,498 20 


Furs 


2,490 84 


Board supplied 

Custom tree planting 


4,146 52 
3,320 31 


Fish 


4,841 34 


Coal 


2,265 09 


Gas 


126 03 


Hydro Line 


10,530 00 


Ice ... 


140 00 


Excise Tax, rebate on industrial alcohol 


520 46 


Ranger School : 




Board, lodging, telephone and tuition fees. . . 


46,755 35 


Government of Canada: 

Department of Northern Affairs and National 
Resources: 




re subsidy for year ended 
March 31, 1957 (ex- 
cluding Air Service) under 
Canada Forestry Act 347,110 13 




Less : — 




Refund of portion of sub- 
sidy for year ended 
March 31, 1956, fol- 
lowing clearing of ac- 
counts for that year . . . 10,613 10 





336,497 03 

Department of Citizenship and Immigration: 

re Fur Management Agreement 75,000 00 

Department of Fisheries: 

re Great Lakes Fisheries Project 817 29 

Department of Public Works: 

re Maintenance of Pathology Building . . . 600 00 

Department of Agriculture: 

re Maintenance of Pathology Building. . . 10,359 45 
I nter-departmental : 

Highways 10,851 75 

Public Works: 

re Accounts transferred : 

Construction 736,306 07 

Maintenance 56,571 53 

792,877 60 



1956-57 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 



1 13 






Basic Organization — District Offices — Continued 

Maintenance and Operating — Continued 

Less Refunds, etc. — Continued 
General: 

Rondeau Park Leaseholders — Proportion of 

cost of aerial spraying 1,145 00 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
— Patrol of transmission lines, Algonquin 

Park 135 09 

University of Toronto: 

50% proceeds from operation of University 

Forest 1,584 48 

Van Sales. 8,743 09 

Vehicle Accident Claims, various Companies. 511 94 

Miscellaneous 4,490 82 

1,448,343 99 

Basic Organization— District Offices, etc $11,641,326 21 



2,969,086 72 



Extra Fire Fighting 



Salaries, etc., Maintenance and Operating ($1,200,192.17) 

Pay List — Wages of men 



Travelling Expenses: 

Accounts under $800 

Maintenance and Operating: 

Abitibi Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 4,435.23; Air Dale Flying Service, Ltd., 7,172.50 
Austin Airways, Ltd., 6,892.31; Donald H. Bain, Ltd., 12,285.57; Bellmar Foods 
2,115.64; A. Boisvert & Fils, Ltee., 4,025.01 ; Broadcasting, Sundry Radio Staions 
2,303.21; Burns & Co. (Eastern) Ltd., 2,843.91; Canada Packers, Ltd., 11,524.89 
Canadian Aircraft Renters, Ltd., 3,307.08; Canadian Helicopters (1954) Ltd. 
3,840.25; Canadian National Railways, 4,038.46; Chapleau Meat & Grocery 
2,372.21; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 6,851.35; Chas. W. Collins Stores 
Ltd., 3,787.48; F. & S. Forest Products, 5,007.00; Fairway Store, 2,392.39 
Gamble- Robinson, Ltd., 2,916.21; Great Lakes Lumber & Shipping, Ltd. 
11,335.88; Hillside Grocery, 3,542.68; Hooker Bros.. 7,375.56; Hudson's Bay Co. 
17,894.98; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 6,462.79; Imperial Oil 
Ltd., 7,532.17; Joe's Market, 7,898.61; Johnston & Boon Co., Ltd., 2,044.18 
Kleen Stik Products, Ltd., 3,536.00; Lakehead Freightways, Ltd., 5,066.22 
MacDonald's Consolidated, Ltd., 18,855.45; Marshall-Wells Co., Ltd., 4,685.73 
E. H. McLeod (The Fairway Store), 2,263.92; Mike's Super Market, 3,997.33 
J. Milani, 7,682.30; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 4,849.23; D. V. Rumsey, 2,485.36 
Severn Enterprises, Ltd., 6,605.48; Smith & Chappie, Ltd., 27,380.46; Spadoni 
Bros., 14,130.16; St. Lawrence Corporation, Ltd., 5,970.01 ; Stitt & Sons, 2,705.80 
Superior Airways, Ltd., 27,071.86; Theriault Air Services, 3,812.66; Watson 
Jack-Hopkins, Ltd., 15,742.28; West's General Store, 2,572.03; Western Grocers 
Ltd., 2,525.01; White River Air Services, Ltd., 16,275.01; Wood's Super Market 

6,827.18; Accounts under $2,000, 194,143.25 531,380 28 

Less Refunds: Van Sales 16,057 09 



659,517 80 



25,351 18 



515,323 19 



Extra Fire Fighting $1,200,192 17 



Public Information and Education re Fire Prevention, 

Fish and Wildlife, Reforestation, 

and Timber Management 



Salaries: 

Sundry Employees . 



Salaries, etc., Maintenance and Operating ($122,766.69) 



Travelling Expenses: 
Accounts under $800. 



7,656 73 
4,065 52 



I 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Public Information and Education, etc.— Continued 

Salaries, etc., Maintenance and Operating — Continued 

Maintenance and Operating: 

J. Hambleton, 2,340.00; D. E. Inman, 11,906.50; King Camera Centre, 8,490.41; 
Le Droit, 5,700.00; Plywood Sales & Service, 2,858.37; Queen's Printer, 39,320.20; 
Toronto Camera Exchange, Ltd., 3,664.86; Accounts under $2,000, 36,764.10 

Public Information and Education re Fire Prevention, Fish 

and Wildlife, Reforestation and Timber Management. $122,766 69 



111,044 44 



D. 



Air Service Branch 

Salaries ($463,469.49) 

W. Allen, 4,950.00; G. D. Beaushene, 4,950.00; W. B. Buckworth, 5,949.98; A. E. 
Burtt, 5,349.96; T. J. Calladine, 4,780.32; D. R. Calver, 4,950.00; G. E. Campbell 
4,950.00; A. P. Colfer, 5,149.92; T. C. Cooke, 5,349.96; J. P. Culliton, 5,775.00 
J. G. Denley, 5,349.96; F. B. Evans, 5,240.82; G. A. Gill, 4,549.98; N. A. Glennie 
4,549.92; S. J. Higgins, 4,949.94; H. A. Hoar, 5,513.18; P. S. Hoeberg, 4,781.25 
W. A. Hugill, 4,749.96; F. C. James, 4,549.92; J. Kincaid, 5,349.96; C. J. Kirk 
5,349.96; J. A. Lamont, 4,950.00; C. J. Lefeuvre, 5,349.96; S. Macauley, 5,349.96 

D. H. Murray, 5,099.94; R. Parsons, 5,633.32; H. J. Phillips, 5,624.94; G. E 
Ponsford, 8,709.96; L. D. Poulin, 5,349.96; D. M. Reid, 5,349.96; J. Siegel 
5,349.96; A. B. Smith, 5,349.96; H. C. Speight, 5,349.96; R. W. Stone, 5,349.96 

E. Thomas, 5,349.96; G. E. Trussler, 5,349.96; Other salaries, 273,145.11 

463.752 86 



Less Refunds: 

Labour, re sale of material 



Travelling Expenses ($12,107.79) 



283 37 



463,469 49 



C. J. Lefeuvre, 1,073.32; G. E. Ponsford, 1,387.24; E. Thomas, 1,755.40; 

Accounts under $800, 7,891.83 12,107 79 

Maintenance and Operating ($619,382.65) 

Aviation Electric, Ltd., 3,399.93; Canadian Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Co., Ltd., 
7,991.46; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 2,042.53; B. W. Deane & Co., 
2,549.97 ; DeHavilland Aircraft of Canada, Ltd. , 2 14,7 10. 19 ; Dominion Helicopters, 
Ltd., 88,783.95; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 111,923.35; Killarney Lodge, 2,818.75; Carl 
Millard, Ltd., 62,660.97; Mutual Coal & Dock Co., 7,605.33; Public Utilities, 
sundry, 6,567.62; Reed, Shaw & McNaught, 19,630.91; Saskatchewan Govern- 
ment Airways, 2,207.16; Southland Aero Supply Co., 5,054.62; Spartan Air 
Service, 90,958.75; Technical Enterprises, Ltd., 16,114.66; Temiskaming Equip- 
ment Co., 2,432.86; Toronto Harbour Commissioners, 2,648.60; Accounts 

under $2,000, 62,061.69 712,163 30 

Less Refunds: 

Sale of used equipment 50,693 31 

Gasoline Tax 22,087 34 

Government of Canada: 

Department of Northern Affairs and Na- 
tional Resources re Subsidy under Canada 

Forestrv Act 20,000 00 

92.780 65 






619,382 65 



Air Service Branch $1,094,959 93 



Grants ($19,600.00* 

Association of Ontario Land Surveyors 200 00 

Canadian Forestry Association 7,500 00 

University of Toronto 5,000 00 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS I_15 

Grants — Continued 

Fish and Wildlife Service: 

Jack Miner Migratory Bird Foundation, Inc 1,500 00 

Thos. N. Jones 300 00 

E. L. Marsh 100 00 

Ontario Fur Breeders' Association, Inc 2,500 00 

Ontario Council of Commercial Fisheries 2,500 00 

Grants $19,600 00 

Wolf Bounty ($38,960.00) 
Sundry Persons, bounty 38,960 00 

Bear Bounty ($6,225.00) 

Sundry Persons, bounty 6,225 00 

Field Services $14,277,498 98 



TIMBER MANAGEMENT BRANCH 

Salvaging Fire-damaged Timber — Payments to Contractors and other 
Incidental Expenses ($21,598.13) 

Lumber handling charges: 

Great Northern Woods Co., Ltd 21,445 88 

Incidental expenses: 

Accounts under $2,000 1,114 75 

22,560 63 
Less: — 

Refund of Provisional Insurance — Premiums paid Reed, Shaw & 

McNaught 962 50 

21,598 13 

Construction of Logging Roads through Crown Timber Areas — the 

cost to be recoverable as increased stumpage charges 

on timber sales ($166,337.23) 

Salaries : 

Sundry Employees 40,507 95 

Travelling Expenses: 

Accounts under $800 1,109 06 

Maintenance and Operating: 

W. L. Ballentine Co., Ltd., 16,107.47; J. E. Bond, Ltd., 16,256.25; P. Buteau, 
6,706.88; Canada Culvert Co., Ltd., 5,504.08; Central Garage, 3,361.03; Albert 
Dupuis, 2,778.00; Gosselin Bros., 2,117.20; D. Hallahan & Sons Construction Co., 
13,027.78; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 2,679.12; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 8,090.48; F. P. 
& J. Lecours Lumber Co., 6,058.88; J. D. Levesque, 3,036.30; National Grocers 
Co., Ltd., 2,049.97; Prentice Roads & Excavating, Ltd., 2,783.16; W. Roy Thomp- 
son, 4,274.28; Accounts under $2,000, 29,889.34 124,720 22 

Timber Management Branch $187,935 36 

STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($10,000.00) 

Hon. Clare E. Mapledoram 10,000 00 

Total Expenditure, Department of Lands and Forests $16,225,613.75 



PART J 



OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR 



FISCAL YEAR, 1956-57 






GENERAL INDEX AT BACK OF BOOK 



J 2 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



PART J— OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR 

Statement of Expenditure Showing Amounts Expended and Unexpended for the Year 

Ended March 31, 1957 



Office of Lieutenant-Governor 


Appropriations 


Treasury 
Board 
Orders 


Expenditures 


Un- 




Ordinary 


Capital 


Ordinary 


Capital 


expended 


Salaries 


$ c. 

9,500 00 
500 00 

10,000 00 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c. 

8,729 94 
120 00 

10,000 00 


$ c 


$ c 
770 06 


Cost of Living Bonus .... 








380 00 


Expenses : 
Allowance for Contingencies. 


















Office of Lieutenant-Governor 


20,000 00 






18,849 94 




1,150 06 

















OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR 
Salaries ($8,729.94) 

Sundry Employees 8,729 94 

Cost of Living Bonus ($120.00) 

Sundry Employees 120 00 

Expenses ($10,000.00) 

His Honour L. O. Breithaupt, allowance for contingencies 10,000 00 

Total Expenditure, Office of Lieutenant-Governor $18,849.94 



PART K 



DEPARTMENT 



OF 



MINES 



FISCAL YEAR, 1956-57 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Main Office: 5 

Geological Branch 5 

Mines Inspection Branch 6 

Laboratories Branch 6 

Sulphur Fumes Arbitrator 7 

Mining Lands Branch 7 

Statutory 7 

Special Warrant 8 

Summary 4 



GENERAL index at back of book 



K2 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



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1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF MINES K_5 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES 

Hon. Philip T. Kelly, Minister (Statutory, see page K 7) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($242,796.51) 

H. C. Rickaby Deputy Minister 13,499 94 

A. Anderson, 5,099.94; A. Braidwood, 6,799.98; L. C. Brown, 4,849.92; D. F. 
Cooper, 5,592.71; D. P. Douglass, 8,399.94; T. A. Gilmour, 4,549.98; T. E. 
Godson, 6,559.92; J. A. Haddon, 5,349.96; R. B. Harkness, 6,759.96; B. C. 
Lee, 6,883.32; F. W. Love, 4,899.96; H. G. Matthews, 5,313.28; J. F. McFarland, 
8,393.30; G. W. Stoddart, 4,789.52; Other salaries, 145,054.88 242,796 51 

Travelling Expenses ($14,474.92) 

Hon. P. T. Kelly, 1,525.80; L. C. Brown, 1,284.15; D. P. Douglass, 1,357.10; R. B. 
Harkness, 1,347.12; B. C. Lee, 986.09; H. C. Rickaby, 1,220.75; Trans-Canada 
Airlines, 1,334.00; Accounts under $800, 5,419.91 14,474 92 

Maintenance ($132,309.22) 

Atlas-Helio Co., Ltd., 2,069.89; Canada Lithographing Co., Ltd., 8,972.80; John 
Chapman, 3,379.25; Copp Clark Publishing Co., Ltd., 7,958.40; Harrison Brothers, 
3,418.44; Kingsgate Buick, Ltd., 2,324.00; Mono Lino Typesetting Co., Ltd., 
2,989.00; National Blueprint Co., Ltd., 3,893.26; Department of Public Works, 
3,646.61 ; Queen's Printer, 48,308.71 ; E. S. & A. Robinson (Canada) Ltd., 3,800.00; 
Showcase Film Productions, 2,500.00; Sixth Commonwealth Mining and Metal- 
lurgical Congress, 10,000.00; E. A. Trevor, 2,214.00; Accounts under $2,000, 

26,834.86 132,309 22 

Fees, Salaries and Expenses — Legal, Professional and 
Miscellaneous Services ($8,776.09) 

Sulphur Dioxide Special Investigation: 
Services : 

Sundry Persons 7,095 75 

Travelling Expenses: 

Accounts under $800 1,305 02 

Miscellaneous: 

Railway & Power Engineering Corp., Ltd., 3,446.00; Accounts 

under $2,000, 5,705.40 9,151 40 

Total 17,552 17 

Less: Proportion of cost paid by International Nickel Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., 7,556.25; Falconbridge Nickel Mines, Ltd., 
1,219.83 8,776 08 



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Cost of Living Bonus ($11,003.58) 

Sundry Employees 11,003 58 

Construction of Mining and Access Roads ($900,002.95) 

Coppercorp, Ltd., 8,000.00; Department of Highways, 867,502.95; Jardun Mines, 
Ltd., 2,750.00; Renabie Mines, Ltd., 5,000.00; Willroy Mines, Ltd., 15,750.00; 
Accounts under $2,000, 1,000.00 900,002 95 

Main Office $1,309,363 27 



GEOLOGICAL BRANCH 
Salaries ($161,278.11) 

M. Abraham, 5,282.98; S. A. Ferguson, 6,299.94; W. D. Harding, 7,399.98; 
D. F. Hewitt, 7,049.94; M. E. Hurst, 9,749.94; E. G. Pye, 5,724.96; J. Satterly, 
7,674.96; W. S. Savage, 7,049.94; J. E. Thomson, 8,400.00; R. Thomson, 7,399.98; 
A. K. Watt, 6,799.98; Other salaries, 82,445.51 161,278 11 



K6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Geological Branch — Continued 
Travelling Expenses ($19,841.48) 

W. G. Coe, 4,423.12; W. D. Harding, 1,553.22; W. G. Johnston, 804.50; W. Mc- 
Clenaghan, 3,655.80; E. G. Pye, 1,326.18; W. S. Savage, 1,098.10; J. E. Thomson, 
1,192.72; A. K. Watt, 1,613.81; Accounts under $800, 4,174.03 19,841 48 

Maintenance ($50,812.81) 

Donald J. Belcher & Associates, Inc., 2,797.50; Canada Lithographing Co., Ltd., 
2,805.00; Cartier Motors, Ltd., 2,412.00; S. A. Ferguson, 2,287.08; Industrial 
Textiles, Ltd., 2,575.80; Moore Brothers Garage, Ltd., 2,433.15; Queen's Printer, 
3,245.29; Accounts under $2,000, 32,256.99 50,812 81 

Geological Branch $231,932 40 



MINES INSPECTION BRANCH 
Salaries ($117,059.02) 

T. J. Baker, 5,749.92; C. M. Barrett, 7,725.00; W. E. Bawden, 8,599.98; O. H. 
Bjarnason, 5,133.28; H. F. Davis, 6,424.98; K. R. Fox, 4,687.74; R. H. Galway, 
5,749.92; W. Hendry, 6,949.98; A. T. Kirk, 6,675.00; J. J. Lazurko, 5,974.98; 
W. V. McKnight, 5,824.98; R. E. Murray, 5,974.98; W. K. Redsell, 4,904.15; 
G. S. Riddell, 5,874.96; R. L. Smith, 7,459.92; Other salaries, 23,349.25.. 117,059 02 

Travelling Expenses ($31,404.97) 

T. J. Baker, 1,598.31; C. M. Barrett, 3,233.57; W. E. Bawden, 2,108.39; O. H. 
Bjarnason, 2,859.10; H. F. Davis, 1,199.90; K. R. Fox, 1,790.42; R. H. Galway, 
1,374.74; W. Hendry, 1,889.86; A. T. Kirk, 1,815.07; J. J. Lazurko, 2,624.15; 
R. F. Lockhart, 983.60; W. V. McKnight, 2,025.20; R. E. Murray, 
2,140.57; W. K. Redsell, 1,569.03; G. S. Riddell, 2,695.59; R. L. Smith, 1,450.89; 
Accounts under $800, 46.58 31,404 97 

Maintenance ($13,741.37) 
Queen's Printer, 7,015.71 ; Accounts under $2,000, 6,725.66 13,741 37 

Mines Inspection Branch $162,205 36 



LABORATORIES BRANCH 

Salaries $140,667.42 

Maintenance 32,681.17 

$173,348.59 

Provincial Assay Office, Toronto: 
Salaries: 

W. D. Hicks, 4,949.94; D. A. Moddle, 7,500.00; W. O. Taylor, 6,499.98; 

Other salaries, 30,784.35 49,734 27 

Maintenance: 

Accounts under $2,000 9,542 88 

Cable Testing Laboratory, Toronto: 
Salaries: 

Sundry Employees 26,434 19 

Maintenance: 

Accounts under $2,000 3,782 17 

Temiskaming Testing Laboratory, Cobalt: 
Salaries: 

J. L. Brisson, 4,999.98; C. V. J. O'Shaughnessy, 6,724.98; Other salaries, 

52,774.00 64,498 96 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF MINES K_7 

Laboratories Branch — Continued 

Temiskaming Testing Laboratory, Cobalt — Continued 
Maintenance: 

P. M. Fleming, Ltd., 3,633.08; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 

3,394.17; Mines Assay Supplies, Ltd., 2,218.89; Accounts under $2,000, 

5,536.91 14,783 05 

Gold and Silver Ore Purchases : 

Nickel Rim Mines, 3,856.47; Accounts under $2,000, 716.60 4,573 07 

Laboratories Branch $173,348 59 



SULPHUR FUMES ARBITRATOR 
Salaries, Travelling and Other Expenses ($320.65) 

Salaries: 

R. H. Murray, 6,799.98; Other salaries, 6,949.92 13,749 90 

Cost of Living Bonus: 

Sundry Employees 180 00 

Maintenance: 

Accounts under $2,000 2,853 97 

Total 16,783 87 

Less: Refunds from Smelting Companies 16,463 22 






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MINING LANDS BRANCH 

Salaries ($206,014.86) 

D. J. Cross, 5,149.98; P. Logee, 5,049.96; S. J. Mason, 5,049.96; J. R. McGinn, 
5,893.32; W. Mcintosh, 5,474.94; C. H. McKinnon, 5,149.98; M. F. O'Rourke, 
5,149.98; R.V. Scott, 6,309.92; T.A. Wood, 5,149.98; Other salaries, 157,636.84 206,014 86 

Travelling Expenses ($20,426.34) 

T. Christianson, 2,393.94; J. Gale, 937.80; H. G. Ginn, 837.00; J. Grant, 862.55; 
K. M. Hallock, 1,241.70; C. F. Haultain, 1,946.86; P. D. Hermiston, 996.77; 
J. R. McGinn, 979.96; W. Mcintosh, 1,049.38; H. Richards, 1,635.55; J. C. 
Smith, 1,033.09; C. S. Walsten, 3,114.43; Accounts under $800, 3,397.31.. 20,426 34 

Maintenance ($41,460.62) 

Ketchum Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 7,667.07; Queen's Printer, 8,920.98; Accounts 

under $2,000, 24,872.57 41,460 62 

Mining Lands Branch $267,901 82 



STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($10,000.00) 

Hon. Philip T. Kelly 10,000 00 

Mines Inspection Branch 

Maintenance and Operation of Mine Rescue Stations 

R.S.O. 1950. Chap. 236, Sec. 154, Subs. 6 

Salaries : 

C. S. Culbert, 4,539.96; R. Eveson, 4,539.96; A. K. Graham, 4,539.96; J. Lang, 
4,218.46; G. G. McPhail, 5,049.96; H. G. Moorhouse, 4,740.00; J. A. Peacock, 
4,624.92; G. E. Wilson, 4,539.96; Other salaries, 3,116.62 39,909 80 

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K8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statutory — Continued 

Mines Inspection Branch — Continued 

Cost of Living Bonus: 

Sundry Employees 490 00 

Public Service Superannuation Fund: 

Employer's Contribution 2,537 12 

Travelling Expenses: 

J. Armstrong, 1,151.10; C. S. Culbert, 1,180.07; R. Eveson, 1,786.01; 

J. Lang, 1,342.45; G. G. McPhail, 3,290.20; Accounts under 

$800, 980.51 9,730 34 

Maintenance: 

Bernard T. Barbeau, 4,608.00; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 20,652.42; 
Hunter Rose Co., Ltd., 4,211.80; Improvement District of Elliott 
Lake, 3,080.00; Mine Safety Appliance Co. of Canada, Ltd., 

20,706.58; Safety Supply Co., 13,816.29; Accounts under $2,000, 

24,508.98; Less: Refunds re living accommodation, 3,150.00; 

sale of handbooks, 1 78.00 88,256 07 

Total 140,923 33 

Less: Repayments by Workmen's Compensation Board for 

Mining Industry 140,923 33 



Statutory $10,000 00 



SPECIAL WARRANT 

Settlement of Claims against the Crown for Expenses incurred in the Staking, 
Recording and Exploring, of certain Mining Claims which were disallowed ($1,400.50) 

A. W. Austin, 485.50; J. A. Austin, 333.00; J. Langman, 191.00; J. Watt, 391.00. . . 1,400 50 
Total Expenditure, Department of Mines $2,156,472.59 



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Grants to Municipalities 5 

Statutory 7 

Grants to Municipalities 8 

Ontario Municipal Board 13 

Ontario Highway Transport Board 13 

Special Warrants 14 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 14 

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Hon. W. K. Warrender, Minister (Statutory, see page L 7) 
Hon. \V. A. Goodfellow, Minister (Statutory, see pages L 7, A-34) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($327,326.97) 

K. G. Crawford Deputy Minister 9,962 33 

W. A. Orr Deputy Minister 6,638 16 

E. R. Bailey, 4,934.94; F. G. Blake. 8,359.92; W. B. Bolton, 6,159.96; F. A. 

Braybrook, 5,059.92; A. T. Butler, 6,660.00; J. VV. P. Carter, 10,059.96; V. R. 

Dale, 4,899.96; W. W. Gow, 5,559.96; T. R. Hunter, 6,159.96; W. S. Jackson, 

4,934.94; S. J. Kelly, 4,699.98; P. E. Mantha, 5,859.96; G. E. Mitchell, 6,159.96; 

W. J. Oliver, 5,559.96; W. G. Pack, 4,860.00; W. H. Palmer, 8,059.92; M. R. 

Sloan, 9,060.00; A. T. Sutherland, 4,860.00; B. A. Taylor, 4,934.94; D. R. Tavlor, 

6,060.00; C. C. Wimperly, 4,500.00; Other salaries, 183,322.24 327,326 97 

Travelling Expenses ($63,715.23) 

Hon. W. A. Goodfellow, 471.40; Hon. W. K. Warrender, 482.55; E. R. Bailev 
2,555.29; V. Bozzer, 922.52; J. W. P. Carter, 1,062.86; R. H. Easton, 2,168.22 
P. G. Gillis, 1,471.00; W. W. Gow, 2,391.18; Department of Highways, 1,111.72 
W. J. Humphrys, 1,778.94; T. R. Hunter, 1,182.65; W. S. Jackson. 2,798.41; 
W. M. Jelly, 2,386.92; G. T. Johnston, 1,681.90; B. Lloyd, 1,181.02; P. E. Mantha, 
2,710.78; R. V. Marshall, 2,084.44; G. E. Mitchell, 915.20; J. A. Mowat, 2,120.40; 
W. J. Oliver, 3,439.19; W. H. Palmer, 822.57; J. K. Pugsley, 1,970.34; J. R. 
Swan, 1,139.63; B. A. Taylor, 2,960.80; D. R. Taylor, 1,686.20; D. M. Tofflemire, 
2,509.57; G. J. Walsh, 2,581.24; D. E. Willis, 1,957.79; W. J. Worrall, 2,277.14; 
C. D. Wright, 2,685.85; Accounts under $800, 8,207.51 63,715 23 

Maintenance ($68,968.50) 

Georgetown Office Supplies, Ltd., 2,575.95; Johnston Motor Sales Co., Ltd., 3,444.90; 

Queen's Printer, 48,321.60; Telephone, 2,614.13; accounts under $2,000, 

12,011.92 68,968 50 



Cost of Living Bonus ($7,508.03) 



Sundry Employees. 



7,508 03 



Commissions and Investigations ($17,310.02) 

Desmarais & Parisien, 12,579.88; Kimber & Dubin, 2,008.05; Accounts under 

$2,000, 2,722.09 17,310 02 

Grants to Municipal Associations ($2,000.00) 

Assessing Officers' Association 400 00 

Municipal Clerks' and Finance Officers' Association of Ontario 400 00 

Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association 400 00 

Ontario Association of Rural Municipalities 400 00 

Ontario Municipal Association 400 00 



Grants to Municipalities 
Payments in lieu of Certain Municipal Taxes ($628,157.84) 

Cities : 

Brantford, 768.07; Chatham, 2,430.74; Fort William, 3,040.59; Gait, 95.40; 
Guelph, 347.93; Hamilton, 2,248.28; Kingston, 4,738.73; Kitchener, 426.41 
London, 4,270.12; Niagara Falls, 2,629.28; North Bay, 3,260.69; Oshawa, 89.93; 
Ottawa, 4,013.23; Owen Sound, 3,275.47; Port Arthur, 8,867.40; St. Catharines, 
521.53; Sault Ste. Marie, 35,259.87; Stratford, 3,189.53; Sudbury, 8,523.16; 
Toronto, 412,245.94; Waterloo, 9.99; Windsor, 597.92; Woodstock, 366.03.... 

Towns : 

Alexandria, 107.18; Almonte, 49.51; Aylmer, 495.96; Bala, 63.10; Barrie, 209.38; 
Blind River, 1,944.60; Bowmanville, 58.38; Bracebridge, 2,071.79; Campbell- 
ford, 43.62; Clinton, 241.71; Cochrane, 5,246.36; Dryden, 1,496.84; Elmira 
124.43; Englehart, 316.71; Essex, 36.18; Fort Erie, 123.20; Fort Frances, 2,633.56 
Geraldton, 722.64; Gore Bay, 679.52; Gravenhurst, 166.12; Haileyburv, 2,122.80 
Harriston, 104.62; Hawkesbury, 138.29; Hearst, 1,294.92; Huntsville, 630.50 
Kapuskasing, 136.82; Kenora, 3,536.91; Latchford, 81.62; Leastde, 712.19 



501,216 24 



L6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Main Office — Continued 

Payments in lieu of Certain Municipal Taxes — Continued 

Towns — Continued 

Listowel, 236.77; Little Current, 786.43; Massey, 62.00; Matheson, 292.99; 
Mattawa, 45.16; Meaford, 46.36; Mitchell, 82.17; Napanee, 13.53; New Liskeard, 
2,652.96; Oakviile, 446.43; Orangeville, 386.81; Orillia, 8.07; Parry Sound, 
2,492.50; Pembroke, 1,732.57; Perth, 190.20; Petrolia, 42.80; Port Hope, 1,304.92; 
Powassan, 165.00; Prescott, 58.28; Rainy River, 192.15; St. Marys, 224.11; 
Seaforth, 137.36; Sioux Lookout, 1,107.74; Smooth Rock Falls, 12.63; Thessalon, 
90.78; Thornbury, 142.07; Tillsonburg, 124.99; Timmins, 224.26; Walkerton, 
119.20; Whitby, 469.00; Wiarton, 80.30; Wingham, 312.97 39,872 97 

Villages: 

Alvinston, 9.00; Arthur, 6.46; Bancroft, 1,010.74; Bath, 123.97; Bobcaygeon, 
95.00; Bolton, 14.84; Bradford, 217.48; Brighton, 82.00; Bronte, 39.63; Burk's 
Falls, 115.13; Cobden, 62.36; Hilton Beach, 12.31; Lanark, 1.88; Lucknow, 
250.69; Milverton, 47.23; Morrisburg, 334.52; Newcastle, 15.54; Norwich, 
45.29; Pickering, 34.43; Point Edward, 293.73; Port Carling, 48.61; South River, 
247.77; Stirling, 249.63; Sundridge, 9.79; Tavistock, 38.05; Thedford, 85.63; 
Tiverton, 82.25; Westport, 120.40 3,694 36 

Townships : 

Adelaide, 4.10; Adjala, 10.92; Alberton, 5.49; Albion, 2.52; Algona North, 25.13; 
Alice and Fraser, 50.29; Amabel, 1.20; Amaranth, 2.81; Ancaster, 296.00; Anson, 
Hindon and Minden, 548.75; Artemesia, 9.46; Arthur, 77.72; Ashfield, 2.00; 
Asphodel, 140.78; Atikokan, 154.57; Augusta, 14.34; Bagot and Blythfield, 
117.50; Barrie, 5.20; Bastard and Burgess South, 6.89; Bathurst, 16.22; Bertie, 
85.07; Beverly, 121.80; Black River, 227.15; Blandford, 2,12; Blanshard, 5.95; 
Blue, 29.18; Brantford, 32.80; Brighton, 2.85; Brunei, 12.16; Bucke, 15.34; 
Burford, 14.34; Burleigh and Anstruther, 139.85; Caldwell, 96.25; Caledon, 
18.98; Calvert, 197.21; Canborough, 68.73; Caradoc, 9.87; Carling, 12.19; Car- 
narvon, 46.65; Cavan, 48.29; Chaffey, 631.20; Chapleau, 1,405.09; Chappie, 
8.37; Charlottenburgh, 33.06; Clarendon and Miller, 96.87; Clark, 2.65; Clinton, 
65.89; Colchester South, 30.89; Coleman, 79.30; Cornwall, 482.56; Cosby, Mason, 
and Martland, 159.00; Cramahe, 39.37; Crosby South, 12.35; Crowland, 33.28; 
Cumberland, 224.80; Darlington, 428.72; Derby, 12.32; Dereham, 2.80; Dilke, 
25.37; Dorchester North, 114.91; Douro, 4.76; Downie, 101.16; Drummond, 
76.21; Drury, Denison, and Graham, 12.28; Dumfries South, 192.50; Dunwich, 
19.56; Dysart et al, 201.36; Edwardsburg, 25.86; Egremont, 11.01; Eldon, 34.50; 
Elizabethtown, 128.02; Ellice, 58.86; Elmsley South, 13.00; Emo, 710.31; En- 
niskillen, 4.34; Eramosa, 140.18; Erin, 15.29; Esquesing, 30.86; Etobicoke, 
10,414.73; Evanturel. 202.68; Faraday, 305.82; Fauquier, 9.92; Ferris West, 
.32; Field, 76.02; Finch, 1.04; Fitzroy, 15.19; Flamborough East, 207.63; Flam- 
borough West, 11.41; Floss, 2.38; Foley, 6.62; Fredericksburgh North, 56.64; 
Gainsboro, 16.56; Garafraxa East, 42.34; Glamorgan, 185.20; Glanford, 78.38; 
Gloucester, 104.89; Goderich, 18.26; Gosfield North, 33.46; Gosfield South, 
21.16; Goulburn, 2.98; Gower North, 137.76; Grantham, 72.90; Grattan, 270.36; 
Griffith and Matawachan, 37.52; Grimsby South, 478.74; Guelph, 2.55; Gwil- 
limbury West, 9.38; Hagarty and Richards, 17.09; Haldimand, 99.33; Hallowell, 
24.34; Hamilton, 104.90; Hanmer, 13.30; Harris, 8.28; Harwich, 12.09; Hawkes- 
bury East, 133.25; Hawkesbury West, 43.33; Hay, 91.10; Head, Clara and 
Maria, 143.36; Himsworth North, 21.70; Himsworth South, 79.26; Hinchinbrooke. 
9.44; Holland, 1.65; Hope, 78.66; Howard, 18.78; Howick, 58.61; Howland, 
42.27; Humberstone, 31.16; Humphry, 2.10; Hungerford, 302.22; Huntley, 
22.87; Huron, 8.98; Ignace, 442.88; Innisfil, 572.87; Jaffray and Melick, 23.01; 
James, 445.74; Kaladar, Anglesea and Effingham, 22.66; Kennebec, 64.07; King, 
81.75; Kingston, 144.67; Kinloss, 2.80; Kitley, 107.64; Korah, 6.83; Lanark, 
1.80; Larder Lake, 201.74; Leeds and Lansdowne, Front of, 147.17; Lobo, 7.85; 
Logan, 115.13; London, 89.56; Lutterworth, 3.10; Machin, 52.20; Maidstone, 
21.67; Malahide, 2.11; Manvers, 94.29; Markham, 468.55; Marmora and Lake, 
15.10; Matachewan, 89.84; Matchedash, 73.26; McCrosson and Tovell, 19.80; 
McKillop, 6.60; McKim, 30.55, Medonte, 4.46; Melancthon, 3.00; Michipicoten, 
357.87; Middleton, 17.40; Monck, 6.55; Monmouth, 9.23; Mono, 45.90; Montague, 
1.78; Monteagleand Herschel, 1.84; Moore, 20.94; Morley, 1,303.43; Mornington, 
1.99; Morson, 16.86; Mosa, 85.14; Mountjoy, 25.50; Mulmur, 9.03; Murray, 
11.40; Nairn, 7.28; Neebing, 136.78; Neelon and Garson, 24.30; Nelson, 96.24; 
Nepean, 49.00; Nichol, 2.72; Nipigon, 495.18; Nipissing, 21.29; Nottawasaga, 
115.71; Oakland, 4.00; Oliver, 15.84; Onondaga, 1.45; Ops, 140.43; Orillia, 
53.55; Oro, 5.23; Osgoode, 15.99; Osnabruck, 5.45; Oso, 5.55; Osprey, 8.50; 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS L 7 

Main Office — Continued 

Payments in lieu of Certain Municipal Taxes — Continued 

Townships — Continued 

Oxford-on-Rideau, 6.80; Oxford East, 10.23; Oxford North, 16.49; Oxford West, 
9.09; Pelham, 117.45; Percy, 6.73; Perry, 51.41; Pickering, 79.86; Pittsburgh, 
145.66; Plympton, 15.23; Portland, 60.50; Puslinch, 52.01; Radcliffe, 14.95; 
Raglan, 106.78; Raleigh, 101.10; Rama, .55; Ratter and Dunnet, 15.36; Rich- 
mond, 10.58; Roxborough, 65.81; St. Edmunds, 29.58; Saltfleet, 2,860.68; Sand- 
wich South, 216.96; Scarborough, 1,899.19; Schreiber, 165.11; Seneca, 24.47; 
Sheffield, 79.21; Sherborne, McClintock, Livingstone, etc., 6.11; Sherbrooke 
South, .51; Sherwood, Jones and Burns, 154.58; Shuniah, 87.82; Sidney, 130.00; 
Smith, 75.67; Somerville, 28.52; Southwold, 76.58; Springer, 19.50; Stamford, 
192.07; Stanley, 1.05; Strong, 15.00; Sullivan, 3.35; Sydenham, 4.40; Tarentorus, 
437.45; Teck, 1,712.59; Tehkummah, 344.58; Thorah, 26.72; Thurlow, 245.48; 
Tilbury North, 35.58; Tilbury West, 11.44; Tisdale, 129.14; Toronto, 859.37; 
Townsend, 127.71; Trafalgar, 346.43; Tudor and Cashel, 102.08; Turnberry, 
1.24; Tyendinaga, 49.30; Usborne, 10.45; Vaughan, 2,519.74; Vespra, 61.53; 
Wainfleet, 118.34; Walpole, 117.99; Warwick, 31.69; Waterloo, 274.52; Wawanosh 
East, 5.00; Wawanosh West, 1.95; Westminster, 1,031.39; Whitby, 5.85; 
Whitney, 50.21; Wicksteed, 128.88; Widdifield, 1,228.16; Williamsburg, 3.44; 
Willoughby, 34.28; Windham, 1.75; Wolfe Island, 13.83; York North, 36,544.39. . . 82,589 94 

Improvement Districts: 

Beardmore, 289.27; Longlac, 301.06; Onaping, 7.53; Sioux Narrows, 43.74; 

Terrace Bay, 142.73 784 33 

Payments to "Mining Municipalities" ($1,999,653.08) 

Cities: 

Sudbury 227,600 00 

Towns : 

Blind River, 20,000.00; Chelmsford, 10,400.00; Cobalt, 13,618.69; Geraldton, 
12,000.00; Haileybury, 3,920.00; Levack, 73,622.04; Matheson, 2,800.00; Tim- 
mins, 200,600.51 336,961 24 

Townships: 

Atikokan, 96,259.92; Balfour, 6,280.00; Black River, 10,909.65; Blezard, 8,459.00; 
Bucke, 5,707.02; Coleman, 15,802.24; Dowling, 12,520.00; Drury, Denison and 
Graham, 7,390.40; Hagar, 720.00; Hanmer, 3,960.00; Larder Lake, 15,800.00; 
Matachewan, 11,100.78; McKim, 219,498.88; Michipicoten, 52,549.60; Mount- 
joy, 5,080.00; Neelon and Garson, 141,576.63; Playfair, 1,440.00; Rayside, 
10,200.00; Teck, 240,456.27; Tisdale, 200,612.66; Waters, 5,800.00; Whitney, 
46,122.63 1,118,245 68 

Improvement Districts: 

Balmerton, 66,115.25; Beardmore, 12,364.05; Cardiff, 26,000.00; Elliot Lake, 
30,000.00; Gauthier, 4,986.92; Manitouwadge, 30,000.00; McGarry, 86,750.07; 
Onaping, 39,755.79; Red Lake, 15,840.00; Renabie, 5,034.08 316,846 16 

Payments towards the cost of County and District Assessors ($49,500.00) 

Counties: 

Brant, 1,500.00; Bruce, 1,500.00; Dufferin, 1,500.00; Essex, 1,500.00; Grey, 
1,500.00; Haldimand, 1,500.00; Halton, 1,500.00; Hastings, 1,500.00; Huron, 
1,500.00; Kent, 1,500.00; Lambton, 1,500.00; Lanark, 1,500.00; Leeds and 
Grenville, 1,500.00; Lennox and Addington, 1,500.00; Middlesex, 1,500.00; 
Norfolk, 1,500.00; Northumberland and Durham, 1,500.00; Ontario, 1,500.00; 
Oxford, 1,500.00; Peel, 1,500.00; Perth, 1,500.00; Peterborough, 1,500.00; Prescott 
and Russell, 1,500.00; Prince Edward, 1,500.00; Renfrew, 1,500.00; Simcoe, 
1,500.00; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 1,500.00; Victoria, 1,500.00; Waterloo, 
1,500.00; Welland, 1,500.00; Wellington, 1,500.00; Wentworth, 1,500.00; York, 
1,500.00. 49,500 00 

Main Office $3,164,139 67 

STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary ($7,500.01) 

Hon. W. K. Warrender (November 1, 1956 to March 31, 1957) 4,166 69 

Hon. W. A. Goodfellow (April 1, 1956 to July 31, 1956) 3,333 32 



L8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



Statutory — Continued 
Grants to Municipalities 



Payments under The Police Act $162,068.70 

2 Elizabeth II, Chap. 81 

Payments under The Fire Departments Act $127,545.13 

2 Elizabeth II. Chap. 37 



$289,613.83 

Cities: 

Belleville, 1,504.85; Brantford, 3,159.22; Chatham, 3,065.78; Cornwall, 1,309.92; 
Fort William, 2,921.15; Gait, 1,128.40; Guelph, 2,877.53; Hamilton, 19,004.54; 
Kingston, 2,997.61; Kitchener, 4,340.19; London, 5,023.08; Niagara Falls, 
4,365.19; North Bay, 1,952.45; Oshawa, 2,644.66; Ottawa, 11,927.20; Owen 
Sound, 2,716.11; Peterborough, 2,869.94; Port Arthur, 2,862.76; St. Catharines, 
3,909.91; St. Thomas, 1,962.25; Sarnia, 3,291.25; Sault Ste. Marie, 3,431.02; 
Stratford, 1,495.38; Sudbury, 2,970.39; Toronto, 106,614.00; Waterloo, 1,289.85; 
Welland, 2,021.06; Windsor, 8,305.62; Woodstock, 1,496.50 213,457 81 

Towns : 

Acton, 200.73; Ajax, 257.25; Alexandria, 7.20; Alliston, 72.66; Almonte, 137.10; 
Amherstburg, 183.15; Arnprior, 292.83; Aurora, 163.08; Aylmer, 211.55; Bala, 
98.02; Barrie, 949.15; Blenheim, 137.52; Bowmanville, 201.42; Bracebridge, 
161.61; Brampton, 585.34; Brockville, 1,328.70; Bruce Mines, 8.10; Burlington, 
566.88; Campbellford, 65.34; Capreol, 51.77; Carleton Place, 174.78; Chesley, 
52.45; Clinton, 15.00; Cobalt, 128.40; Cobour^, 484.15; Cochrane, 192.15; 
Collingwood, 543.98; Delhi, 218.57; Deseronto, 28.50; Dresden, 56.40; Dundas, 
362.97; Dunnville, 100.84; Durham, 11.70; Eastview, 1,197.79; Elmira, 80.75; 
Englehart, 131.10; Essex, 113.10; Exeter, 92.00; Fergus, 146.08; Forest, 68.50; 
Fort Erie, 1,153.95; Fort Frances, 642.34; Georgetown, 143.14; Geraldton, 
236.28; Goderich, 170.15; Gravenhurst, 146.82; Grimsby, 11.40; Haileybury, 
113.10; Hanover, 59.10; Harrow, 117.60; Hawkesbury, 443.75; Hespeler, 96.60; 
Huntsville, 141.07; Ingersoll, 173.76; Kapuskasing, 650.70; Kearney, 13.05; 
Keewatin, 16.20; Kenora, 1,656.86; Kincardine, 153.40; Kingsville, 37.06; 
Leamington, 366.76; Leaside, 1,116.75; Lindsay, 456.17; Listowel, 196.14; 
Little Current, 18.00; Matheson, 66.75; Mattawa, 89.27; Meaford, 124.58; 
Merritton, 333.64; Midland, 391.66; Milton, 195.65; Mimico, 988.61; Mitchell, 
50.78; Napanee, 160.36; NewLiskeard, 252.21; Newmarket, 362.44; New Toronto, 
1,813.89; Niagara, 90.14; Oakville, 660.40; Orangeville, 60.61; Orillia, 845.73; 
Palmerston, 6.60; Paris, 98.27; Parkhill, 18.87; Parry Sound, 67.97; Pembroke, 
966.75; Penetanguishene, 176.40; Perth, 197.56; Petrolia, 193.65; Port Colborne, 
775.66; Port Dalhousie, 183.16; Port Dover, 74.00; Port Elgin, 182.50; Powassan, 
7.27; Prescott, 248.87; Preston, 248.06; Rainy River, 7.37; Renfrew, 884.50; 
Ridgetown, 256.32; Riverside, 857.05; St. Marys, 166.13; Seaforth, 121.75; 
Simcoe, 311.07; Sioux Lookout, 176.18; Smiths Falls, 341.30; Smooth Rock 
Falls, 124.27; Stayner, 53.37; Stoney Creek, 25.20; Strathroy, 12.60; Sturgeon 
Falls, 245.47; Tecumseh, 179.66; Thornbury, 8.40; Thorold, 580.30; Tillsonburg, 
393.67; Timmins, 1,794.35; Trenton, 552.75; Uxbridge, 70.74; Vankleek Hill, 
6.60; Walkerton, 66.85; Weston, 943.30; Whitbv, 152.99; Wiarton, 51.23; Wing- 
ham, 18.00 '. 36,542 49 

Villages: 

Alvinston, 8.50; Ayr, 15.75; Bancroft, 70.05; Barry's Bay, 56.55; Bath, 24.54; 
Beaverton, 12.60; Belle River, 100.30; Bloomfield, 8.20; Blyth, 10.00; Bolton, 
12.15; Bradford, 12.00; Brighton, 19.20; Brussels, 6.75; Burk's Falls, 18.50; 
Cannington, 12.00; Cardinal, 21.60; Casselman, 4.05; Chatsworth, 16.38; Chester- 
ville, 68.14; Chippawa, 189.38; Clifford, 20.03; Colborne, 9.00; Coldwater, 
19.80; Creemore, 8.10; Crystal Beach, 295.57; Drayton, 11.70; Dutton, 4.80; 
Eganville, 56.55; Elora, 11.35; Erieau, 20.21; Flesherton, 18.00; Fonthill, 77.24; 
Forest Hill, 3,391.72; Frankford, 13.50; Glencoe, 12.00; Grand Bend, 105.95; 
Grand Valley, 26.90; Hagersville, 35.00; Hastings, 17.25; Hensall, 14.40; Iroquois, 
32.99; Kemptville, 19.80; Lakefield, 44.00; Lanark, 24.30; Lion's Head, 11.51; 
Long Branch, 939.67; L'Orignal, 3.15; Lucan, 6.00; Lucknow, 24.00; Madoc, 
55.26; Markham, 12.00; Marmora, 25.01; Maxville, 15.52; Millbrook, 10.20; 
Milverton, 11.25; Morrisburg, 28.45; Neustadt, 16.80; Newcastle, 13.75; New 
Hamburg, 13.50; Norwich, 10.00; Norwood, 10.80; Oil Springs, 22.00; Paisley, 
10.80; Point Edward, 40.00; Port Burwell, 7.91; Port Carling, 18.90; Port Credit, 
251.00; Port McNicoll, 24.18; Port Perry, 8.40; Port Rowan, 85.78; Port Stanley, 
12.00; Richmond Hill, 21.60; Rockcliffe Park, 179.72; Rodney, 19.80; Rosseau, 
10.80; Springfield, 8.10; Stouft'ville, 113.10; Sutton, 75.08; Swansea, 576.77; 
Tara, 9.00; Tavistock, 3.43; Thamesville, 70.95; Thedford, 12.00; Tweed, 10.80; 









1956-57 



DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 



L9 



Statutory — Continued 
Payments under The Police and Fire Departments Acts — Continued 

Villages — Continued 

Wardsville, 7.50; Wasaga Beach, 102.83; Waterdown, 9.60; Waterford, 25.06; 
Watford, 56.55; Wellington, 10.80; West Lome, 8.04; Westport, 14.40; Wheatley, 
56.55; Winchester, 16.20; Woodbridge, 84.20 

Townships: 

Algona North, 6.52; Atikokan, 349.37; Bayham, 25.20; Belmont and Methuen 
12.00; Bertie, 444.08; Binbrook, 16.80; Brantford, 113.10; Brock, 23.92; Brooke 
20.00; Burford, 17.62; Calvert, 157.91; Camden East, 19.32; Caradoc, 14.40 
Chapleau, 25.20; Clarke, 11.58; Colchester South, 72.09; Collingwood, 24.00 
Cornwall, 479.33; Crowland, 756.19; Dover, 6.00; Dumfries South, 6.30; Dunwich 
6.30; Dysart, Guilford, etc., 6.00; Edwardsburg, 21.60; Emo, 12.00; Etobicoke 
2,834.25; Ferris West, 88.15; Flamborough East, 72.38; Flamborough West 
15.00; Flos, 5.25; Glanford, 40.00; Gosfield North, 6.30; Gosfield South, 62.94 
Gower North, 24.06; Grantham, 317.66; Grimsby North, 11.40; Gwillimbury 
East, 160.97; Harwich, 93.30; Howard, 3.00; Humberstone, 169.65; King, 30.00 
Larder Lake, 79.75; London, 361.43; Maidstone, 113.10; Malahide, 5.40; Maiden 
64.55; Markham, 276.37; Matachewan, 56.55; McKim, 712.84; Mersea, 56.55 
Michipicoten, 169.65; Neebing, 84.83; Neelon and Garson, 132.03; Niagara 
40.14; Nipigon, 132.00; Oakland, 10.80; Osgoode, 14.40; Oso, 9.60; Pickering 
372.21; Plantagenet North, 23.16; Rainham, 34.25; Raleigh, 18.00; Sandwich 
East, 256.78; Sandwich West, 319.51; Sarnia, 210.47; Scarborough, 3,359.21 
Schreiber, 113.10; Smith, 18.90; Sombra, 15.50; Stamford, 1,090.01; Sunnidale 
84.83; Teck, 1,400.40; Thorold, 377.65; Tisdale, 543.68; Torbolton, 13.66; Toronto, 
1,593.91; Trafalgar, 227.65; Vaughan, 235.68; Wainfleet, 169.65; Walsingham 
North, 15.00; Westminster, 278.68; Whitby, 19.50; Whitchurch, 28.27; Whitney 
59.05; Wicksteed, 6.30; Widdifield, 169.65; Windham, 18.00; Yarmouth, 36.68 
York, 3,516.29; York East, 3,187.99; York North, 3,921.46; Zorra East, 18.81. . 

Improvement Districts: 

Beardmore, 5.85; Gauthier, 7.08; Marathon, 36.00; McGarry, 144.30; Red Lake, 
28.28; Red Rock, 113.10; Terrace Bay, 113.10 

Miscellaneous: 

Burlington Beach Commission 



8,167 52 



30,655 


02 


447 


71 


343 


28 



Cities: 



Grants to Municipalities 
Payments under The Municipal Unconditional Grants Act ($12,702,169.35) 

2 Elizabeth II, Chap. 72, Sec. 6 



Belleville, 52,062.50; Brantford, 97,853.00; Chatham, 56,802.50; Cornwall, 
41,517.50; Fort William, 94,075.00; Gait, 53,782.50; Guelph, 80,257.50; Hamilton, 
670,368.00; Kingston, 111,880.00; Kitchener, 142,540.00; London, 255.247.50; 
Niagara Falls, 62,515.00; North Bay, 49,594.60; Oshawa, 115,127.50; Ottawa, 
609,711.00; Owen Sound, 40,985.00; Peterborough, 103,122.50; Port Arthur, 
91,305.00; St. Catharines. 94,475.00; St. Thomas, 45,090.00; Sarnia, 102,462.50; 
Sault Ste. Marie, 90,300.00; Stratford, 46,491.00; Sudbury, 115,107.50; Metro- 
politan Toronto, 4,982,100.00; Waterloo, 38,062.50; Welland, 40,965.00; Windsor, 
325,974.00; Woodstock, 42,227.50 8,652,001 60 






Towns : 



Acton, 5,275.20; Ajax, 9,985.35; Alexandria, 3,784.00; Alliston, 4,328.00; Almonte, 
4,264.00; Amherstburg, 6,422.40; Arnprior, 7,726.40; Aurora, 5,817.60; Aylmer, 
6,393.60; Bala, 1,303.50; Barrie, 38,500.75; Blenheim, 4,236.80; Blind River, 
4,590.40; Bonfield, 915.00; Bothwell, 1,120.75; Bowmanville, 11,165.00; Brace- 
bridge, 4,248.00; Brampton, 25,121.25; Brockville, 32,328.00; Bruce Mines, 621.00; 
Burlington, 17,668.00; Cache Bay, 1,267.50; Campbellford, 5,140.80; Capreol, 
3,473.60; Carleton Place. 7,560.60; Charlton, 279.00; Chelmsford, 2,782.50; 
Chesley, 2,502.00; Clinton, 4,502.40; Cobalt, 4,306.44; Cobourg, 16,538.00; 
Cochrane, 5,905.60; Collingwood, 14,668.00; Coniston, 4,778.37; Copper Cliff, 
10,273.64; Delhi, 4,766.40; Deseronto, 2,467.50; Dresden, 3,283.20; Dryden, 
7,078.40; Dundas, 18,242.50; Dunnville, 7,675.90; Durham, 2,749.50; Eastview, 
41,494.50; Elmira, 4,1 10.40; Englehart, 2,370.00; Essex, 4,920.00; Exeter, 4,075.20; 
Fergus, 5,401.60; Forest, 2,673.00; Fort Erie, 16,584.00; Fort Frances, 16,026.00; 
Frood Mine, 163.50; Gananoque, 7,315.20; Georgetown, 7,801.60; Geraldton, 
5,163.20; Goderich, 9,940.25 ; Gore Bay, 1,128.00; Gravenhurst, 4,795.20; Grimsby, 
5,523.20; Hailevburv, 4,305.10; Hanover, 6,376.00; Harriston, 2,241.00; Harrow, 



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Statutory — Continued 

Payments under The Municipal Unconditional Grants Act — Continued 

Towns — Continued 

2,643.00; Hawkesbury, 15,730.00; Hearst, 3,841.60; Hespeler, 6,179.20; Huntsville, 
5,257.60; Ingersoll, 11,383.75; Iroquois Falls, 2,367.88; Kapuskasing, 15,743.18; 
Kearney, 660.00; Keewatin, 2,446.50; Kenora, 21,221.11; Kincardine, 4,275.20; 
Kingsville, 4,675.20; La Salle, 3,795.20; Latchford, 874.50; Leamington, 15,715.00; 
Levack, 4,265.16; Lindsay, 22,756.50; Listowel, 5,550.40; Little Current, 2,421.00; 
Lively, 4,158.40; Massey, 1,539.00; Matheson, 1,092.00; Mattawa, 4,889.60; 
Meaford, 5,464.00; Merritton, 8,986.25; Midland, 16,040.00; Milton, 5,803.20; 
Mitchell, 2,935.50; Mount Forest, 3,665.60; Napanee, 6,235.20; Nesterville, 
232.50; New Liskeard, 6,732.80; Newmarket, 11,574.50; Niagara, 4,056.00; 
Oakville, 19,500.00; Ojibway, 216.10; Orangeville, 5,582.40; Orillia, 29,853.00; 
Palmerston, 2,359.50; Paris, 9,105.25; Parkhill, 1,486.50; Parry Sound, 9,045.75; 
Pembroke, 32,807.25; Penetanguishene, 7,350.40; Perth, 8,823.50; Petrolia, 
5,268.80; Picton, 7,337.60; Port Colborne, 29,504.25; Port Dalhousie, 4,497.60; 
Port Dover, 4,236.80; Port Elgin, 2,536.50; Port Hope, 11,459.00; Powassan, 
1,306.50; Prescott, 7,342.40; Preston, 16,830.00; Rainy River, 2,022.00; Renfrew, 
15,808.00; Ridgetown, 3,784.00; Riverside, 27,006.75; Rockland, 4,081.60; 
St. Marys, 6,392.00; Seaforth, 3,388.80; Simcoe, 14,553.20; Sioux Lookout, 
3,772.80; Smiths Falls, 16,802.00; Smooth Rock Falls, 2,423.54; Southampton, 
2,536.50; Stayner, 1,920.00; Stoney Creek, 6,152.00; Strathroy, 6,448.00; Sturgeon 
Falls, 9,357.25; Tecumseh, 6,228.80; Thessalon, 2,392.50; Thornbury, 1,582.50; 
Thorold, 14,256.00; Tilbury, 4,929.60; Tillsonburg, 10,064.25; Timmins, 62,217.00; 
Trenton, 24,552.00; Trout Creek, 630.00; Uxbridge, 3,211.20; Vankleek Hill, 
2,395.50; Walkerton, 5,552.00; Wallaceburg, 15,346.00; Webbwood, 700.50; 
Whitby, 15,218.00; Wiarton, 3,222.40; Wingham, 4,483.20 1,233,549 32 



Villages: 

Ailsa Craig, 772.50; Alfred, 1,443.00; Alvinston, 1,039.50; Arkona, 606.00; 
Arthur, 1,690.31; Athens, 1,267.50; Ayr, 1,396.50; Bancroft, 2,427.00; Barry's 
Bay, 2,026.50; Bath, 777.00; Beamsville, 3,313.60; Beaverton, 1,557.00; Beeton, 
919.50; Belle River, 2,509.50; Bloomfield, 1,027.50; Blyth, 1,095.00; Bob- 
caygeon, 1,810.50; Bolton, 1,626.00; Bradford, 2,902.50; Braeside, 810.00; 
Bridgeport, 2,146.50; Brighton, 3,227.20; Bronte, 2,869.50; Brussels, 1,219.50; 
Burk's Falls, 1,336.50; Caledonia, 2,832.00; Cannington, 1,441.50; Cardinal, 
2,673.00; Casselman, 1,722.00; Cayuga, 1,156.50; Chalk River, 1,285.50; Chats- 
worth, 639.00; Chesterville, 1,794.00; Chippawa, 2,643.00; Clifford, 765.00; 
Cobden, 1,246.50; Colborne, 1,662.00; Coldwater, 943.50; Courtright, 858.00; 
Creemore, 1,215.00; Crystal Beach, 5,028.45; Deloro, 424.50; Drayton, 811.50; 
Dundalk, 1,270.50; Dutton, 1,191.00; Eganville, 2,280.00; Elmvale, 1,336.50; 
Elora, 2,173.50; Embro, 708.00; Erieau, 651.00; Erie Beach, 88.50; Erin, 1,290.00; 
Fenelon Falls, 1,956.00; Finch, 589.50; Flesherton, 694.50; Fonthill, 2,589.00; 
Frankford, 2,340.00; Glencoe, 1,584.00, Grand Bend, 1,449.47; Grand Valley, 
942.00; Hagersville, 2,835.00; Hastings, 1,228.50; Havelock, 1,878.00; Hensall, 
1,168.50; Hepworth, 534.00; Highgate, 564.00; Hilton Beach, 309.00; Iroquois, 
1,753.50; Jarvis, 978.00; Kemptville, 2,424.00; Killaloe Station, 1,246.50; Lake- 
field, 2,755.50; Lanark, 1,291.50; Lancaster, 811.50; Lion's Head, 576.00; 
L'Orignal, 1,566.00; Lucan, 1,321.50; Lucknow, 1,362.00; Madoc, 2,256.00; 
Magnetawan, 375.00; Markdale, 1,399.50; Markham, 4,072.00; Marmora, 
1,969.50; Maxville, 1,167.00; Merrickville, 1,482.00; Mildmay, 1,264.50; Mill- 
brook, 1,101.00; Milverton, 1,582.50; Morrisburg, 3,208.00; Neustadt, 721.50; 
Newboro, 466.50; Newburgh, 763.50; Newbury, 466.50; Newcastle, 1,437.00; 
New Hamburg, 2,845.50; Norwich, 2,320.50; Norwood, 1,539.00; Oil Springs, 
741.00; Omemee, 1,113.00; Paisley, 1,090.50; Pickering, 1,584.00; Point Edward, 
3,851.20; Port Burwell, 1,011.00; Port Carling, 739.50; Port Credit, 10,256.75; 
Port McNicoll, 1,437.00; Port Perry, 3,364.80; Port Rowan, 1,189.50; Port 
Stanley, 2,236.50; Port Sydney, 271.50; Richmond, 1,135.50; Richmond Hill, 
8,786.75; Ripley, 675.00; Rockcliffe Park, 6,253.62; Rodney, 1,461.00; Rosseau, 
348.00; St. Clair Beach, 1,137.00; Shallow Lake, 486.00; Shelburne, 1,776.00; 
South River, 1,570.50; Springfield, 786.00; Stirling, 1,837.50; Stouffville, 3,342.40; 
Streetsville, 3,555.20; Sturgeon Point, 34.79; Sundridge, 1,045.50; Sutton, 2,095.97; 
Tara, 727.50; Tavistock, 1,641.00; Teeswater, 1,287.00; Thamesville, 1,452.00; 
Thedford, 990.00; Thornloe, 291.00; Tiverton, 378.00; Tottenham, 1,017.00; 
Tweed, 2,335.50; Victoria Harbour, 1,429.50; Vienna, 483.00; Wardsville, 469.50; 
Wasaga Beach, 2,402.82; Waterdown, 2,334.00; Waterford, 2,812.50; Watford, 
1,749.00; Wellington, 1,600.50; West Lome, 1,546.50; Westport, 1,083.00; 
Wheatley, 1,707.00; Winchester, 1,960.50; Windermere, 229.50; Woodbridge, 
4,021.20; Woodville, 630.00; Wyoming, 1,176.00 250,097 03 



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Statutory — Continued 
Payments under The Municipal Unconditional Grants Act — Continued 

Townships : 

Adelaide, 2,425.50; Adjala, 2,088.00; Admaston, 1,915.50; Adolphustown, 717.00; 
Albemarle, 1,113.00; Alberton, 679.50; Albion, 4,054.40; Aldborough, 4,609.60; 
Alfred, 2,715.00; Algona North, 808.50; Algona South, 834.00; Alice and Fraser, 
2,373.00; Alnwick, 961.50; Amabel, 2,293.50; Amaranth, 2,371.50; Ameliasburgh, 
4,832.00; Amherst Island, 673.50; Ancaster, 16,859.50; Anderdon, 5,184.00; 
Anson, Hindon and Minden, 2,415.00; Armour, 1,222.50; Armstrong, 1,684.50; 
Arran, 2,233.50; Artemesia, 2,898.00; Arthur, 2,442.00; Ashfield, 2,556.00; 
Asphodel, 2,017.50; Assiginack, 1,338.00; Athol, 1,488.00; Atikokan, 9,250.50; 
Atwood, 714.00; Augusta, 6,123.20; Bagot and Blythfield, 1,624.50; Baldwin, 
511.50; Balfour, 1,864.50; Bangor, Wicklow and McClure, 1,558.50; Barrie, 
607.50; Barrie Island, 238.50; Barton, 7,257.60; Bastard and Burgess South, 
3,705.60; Bathurst, 2,488.50; Bayham, 5,734.40; Beckwith, 1,552.50; Bedford, 
1,320.00; Belmont and Methuen, 2,377.50; Bentinck, 3,398.40; Bertie, 12,304.25; 
Beverly, 7,217.60; Bexley, 994.50; Biddulph, 2,395.50; Billings and part of 
Allan, 553.50; Binbrook, 2,589.00; Black River, 4,524.80; Blandford, 1,890.00; 
Blanshard, 2,731.50; Blenheim, 6,304.00; Blezard, 3,515.20; Blue, 318.00; Bon- 
field, 1,218.00; Bosanquet, 3,804.80; Brant, 4,353.60; Brantford, 38,226.00; 
Brethour, 432.00; Brighton, 3,568.00; Brock, 4,352.00; Bromley, 2,428.50; 
Brooke, 3,281.60; Brougham, 681.00; Bruce, 2,053.50; Brudenell and Lyndoch, 
1,609.50; Brunei, 1,366.50; Bucke, 2,388.00; Burford, 10,106.90; Burgess North, 
712.50; Burleigh and Anstruther, 1,206.00; Burpee, 490.50; Caistor, 2,190.00; 
Caldwell, 2,368.50; Caledon, 6,124.80; Caledonia, 2,374.50; Calvert, 8,813.00; 
Calvin, 849.00; Cambridge, 3,692.80; Camden, 3,545.60; Camden East (Lennox 
and Addington), 4,763.20; Canborough, 1,456.50; Capreol, 1,524.00; Caradoc, 
5,881.60; Carden, 535.50; Cardwell, 301.50; Carling, 409.50; Carlow, 756.00; 
Carnarvon, 1,581.00; Carrick, 4,049.60; Cartwright, 2,146.50; Casey, 895.50; 
Casimir, Jennings and Appleby, 1,621.50; Cavan, 2,818.50; Cayuga North, 
2,053.50; Cayuga South, 939.00; Chaff ey, 2,650.50; Chamberlain, 768.00; Chandos, 
835.50; Chapleau, 5,084.80; Chapman, 612.00; Chappie, 2,574.00; Charlotten- 
burgh, 9,012.50; Charlotteville, 8,804.25; Chatham, 16,240.00; Chinguacousy, 
9,651.25; Chisholm, 1,444.50; Christie, 567.00; Clarence, 7,195.20; Clarendon 
and Miller, 864.00; Clarke, 5,140.80; Clinton, 7,102.40; Cockburn Island, 123.00; 
Colborne, 1,704.00; Colchester North, 3,211.20; Colchester South, 5,307.20; 
Coleman, 1,246.50; Collingwood, 3,305.60; Conmee, 514.50; Cornwall, 57,138.75; 
Cosby, Mason and Martland, 2,628.00; Cramahe, 2,991.00; Crosby North, 
1,113.00; Crosby South, 2,179.50; Crowland, 25,049.00; Culross, 2,598.00; 
Cumberland, 6,932.80; Dack, 697.50; Dalhousie and North Sherbrooke, 1,584.00; 
Dalton, 366.00; Darling, 615.00; Darlington, 11,978.75; Dawn, 3,272.00; Day 
and Bright Additional, 360.00; Delaware, 2,217.00; Denbigh, Abinger and 
Ashby, 1,213.50; Derby, 2,617.50; Dereham, 6,272.00; Dilke, 483.00; Dorchester 
North, 6,697.60; Dorchester South, 2,623.50; Douro, 3,752.00; Dover, 10,251.50 
Dowling, 1,905.00; Downie, 3,721.60; Draper, 834.00; Drummond, 2,160.00 
Drury, Denison and Graham, 1,681.50; Dumfries North, 5,027.20; Dumfries 
South, 4,993.60; Dummer, 2,122.50; Dungannon, 1,186.50; Dunn, 1,320.00 
Dunwich, 3,518.40; Dymond, 1,158.00; Dysart, Guilford, Harburn and Dudley 
4,680.00; Easthope North, 2,890.50; Easthope South, 2,056.50; Eastnor, 1,539.00 
Edwardsburg, 4,982.40; Egremont, 3,281.60; Ekfrid, 2,823.00; Elderslie, 2,004.00 
Eldon, 2,293.50; Elizabethtown, 9,114.00; Ellice, 3,977.60; Elma, 5,265.60 
Elmsley North, 1,237.50; Elmsley South, 1,432.50; Elzevir and Grimsthorpe 
987.00; Emily, 2,368.50; Emo, 1,801.50; Enniskillen, 4,017.60; Ennismore 
864.00; Eramosa, 4,379.20; Erin, 4,216.00; Ernestown, 6,158.40; Escott, Front of 
1,380.00; Esquesing, 8,795.50; Essa, 6,283.20; Euphemia, 1,966.50; Euphrasia 
2,890.50; Evanturel, 1,072.50; Faraday, 1,624.50; Fauquier, 1,513.50; Fenelon 
2,578.50; Ferris East, 1,714.50; Ferris West, 5,576.00; Field, 1,654.50; Finch 
3,880.00; Fitzroy, 3,524.80; Flamborough East, 20,198.30; Flamborough West 
9,261.00; Flos, 3,604.80; Foley, 900.00; Franklin, 957.00; Fredericksburg North 
2,118.00; Fredericksburg South, 1,153.50; Freeman, 1,287.00; Fullarton, 2,304.00 
Gainsboro, 3,748.80; Galway and Cavendish, 585.00; Garafraxa East, 1,719.00 
Garafraxa West, 2,133.00; Georgina, 2,754.00; Gillies, 568.50; Glackmeyer 
1,827.00; Glamorgan, 615.00; Glanford, 5,713.60; Glenelg, 1,926.00; Gloucester 
21,182.50; Goderich, 2,412.00; Gordon and part of Allan, 835.50; Gosfield North 
4,324.80; Gosfield South, 5,809.60; Goulburn, 3,534.40; Gower North, 3,252.80 
Gower South, 946.50; Grantham, 58,344.75; Grattan, 1,894.50; Greenock 
2,740.50; Grey, 2,950.50; Griffith and Matawatchan, 694.50; Grimsby North 
5,468.80; Grimsby South, 2,934.00; Guelph, 6,148.80; Gwillimbury East, 9,611.00 
Gwillimbury North, 5,049.60; Gwillimbury West, 3,972.80; Hagar, 1,027.50 
Hagarty and Richards, 2,325.00; Hagerman, 579.00; Haldimand, 4,288.00 



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Statutory — Continued 

Payments under The Municipal Unconditional Grants Act — Continued 

Townships — Continued 

Hallam, 289.50; Hallowell, 4,379.20; Hamilton, 5,838.40; Hanmer, 2,128.50; 
Harley, 832.50; Harris, 525.00; Harvey, 1,417.50; Harwich, 11,266.50; Hawkes- 
bury East, 5,147.20; Hawkesbury West, 2,412.00; Hay, 4,225.60; Head, Clara 
and Maria, 967.50; Hibbert, 2,332.50; Hilliard, 570.00; Hillier, 2,124.00; Hilton, 
145.50; Himsworth North, 2,232.00; Himsworth South, 1,285.50; Hinchinbrooke, 
1,609.50; Holland, 2,803.50; Hope, 4,443.20; Horton, 2,043.00; Houghton, 
3,329.60; Howard, 4,452.80; Howe Island, 349.50; Howick, 4,574.40; Howland, 
1,162.50; Hudson, 583.50; Hullett, 2,782.50; Humberstone, 8,944.25; Humphry, 
571.50; Hungerford, 4,028.80; Huntingdon, 2,262.00; Huntley, 2,119.50; Huron, 
2,196.00; Ignace, 687.00; Innisfil, 11,028.50; Jaffray and Melick, 2,316.00; 
James, 918.00; Jocelyn, 264.00; Johnson, 895.50; Joly, 217.50; Kaladar, Anglesea 
and Effingham, 2,130.00; Kennebec, 1,221.00; Kenyon, 4,824.00; Keppel, 2,946.00; 
Kerns, 772.50; Kincardine, 2,389.50; King, 14,913.50; Kingston, 10,022.25; 
Kinloss, 1,941.00; Kitley, 2,403.00; Korah, 11,774.00; Laird, 657.00; Lanark, 
1,554.00; Lancaster, 4,452.80; Larder Lake, 3,406.40; La Vallee, 1,332.00; Lavant, 
436.50; Laxton, Digby and Longford, 762.00; Leeds and Lansdowne, Front of, 
4,118.40; Leeds and Lansdowne, Rear of, 2,754.00; Limerick, 438.00; Lindsay, 
652.50; Lobo, 3,766.40; Lochiel, 5,729.60; Logan, 3,572.80; London, 59,017.50; 
Longueuil, 1,344.00; Loughborough, 2,875.50; Louth, 7,774.40; Luther East, 
1,353.00; Luther West, 1,836.00; Lutterworth, 511.50; Macaulay, 1,092.00; 
MacDonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Additional, 1,521.00; Machar, 559.50; 
Machin, 1,392.00; Madoc, 2,614.50; Maidstone, 7,011.20; Malahide, 6,619.20; 
Maiden, 3,219.20; Manvers, 2,808.00; Mara, 3,406.40; March, 1,143.00; Mariposa, 
4,329.60; Markham, 21,498.85; Marlborough, 1,075.50; Marmora and Lake, 
1,908.00; Maryborough, 2,971.50; Marysburgh North, 1,438.50; Marysburgh 
South, 1,327.50; Matachewan, 2,155.50; Matchedash, 595.50; Matilda, 4,580.80; 
Mattawan, 147.00; Mayo, 597.00; McCrosson and Tovell, 553.50; McDougall, 
2,728.50; McGillivray, 2,815.50; McKellar, 715.50; McKillop, 2,577.00; McKim, 
33,824.00; McLean, 718.50; McMurrich, 828.00; McNab, 4,761.60; Medonte, 
3,774.40; Medora and Wood, 1,768.50; Melancthon, 3,662.40; Mersea, 11,858.00; 
Metcalfe, 1,284.00; Michipicoten, 4,681.60; Middleton, 5,084.80; Minto, 3,334.40; 
Monaghan North, 2,871.00; Monaghan South, 979.50; Monck, 1,621.50; Mon- 
mouth, 871.50; Mono, 3,507.20; Montague, 2,815.50; Monteagle and Herschel, 
2,296.50; Moore, 7,625.60; Morley, 966.00; Mornington, 3,860.80; Morris, 
2,512.50; Morrison, 1,027.50; Morson, 288.00; Mosa, 2,107.50; Moulton, 2,806.50; 
Mountain, 4,336.00; Mountjoy, 2,776.50; Mulmur, 2,665.50; Murray, 5,446.40; 
Muskoka, 1,638.00; Nairn, 385.50; Nassagaweya, 3,273.60; Neebing, 5,939.20; 
Neelon and Garson, 19,883.80, Nelson, 21,102.95; Nepean, 14,292.25; Niagara, 
10,990.00; Nichol, 2,575.50; Nipigon, 3,670.40; Nipissing, 883.50; Nissouri 
East, 3,843.20; Nissouri West, 4,228.80; Normanby, 3,961.60; Norwich North, 
3,355.20; Norwich South, 4,376.00; Nottawasaga, 5,774.40; Oakland, 1,752.00; 
Oakley, 325.50; O'Connor, 546.00; Olden, 1,122.00; Oliver, 1,677.00; Oneida, 
2,028.00; Onondaga, 1,752.00; Ops, 3,579.20; Orford, 2,739.00; Orillia, 8,890.00; 
Oro, 5,083.20; Osgoode, 7,107.20; Osnabruck, 5,441.60; Oso, 1,725.00; Osprey, 
2,602.50; Otonabee, 6,028.80; Oxford-on-Rideau, 3,249.60; Oxford East, 3,731.20; 
Oxford North, 1,923.00; Oxford West, 4,697.60; Paipoonge, 2,244.00; Pakenham, 
1,869.00; Palmerston and North and South Canonto, 855.00; Papineau, 1,086.00; 
Peel, 4,712.00; Pelee, 824.55; Pelham, 6,800.00; Pembroke, 1,131.00; Percy, 
3,414.40; Perry, 1,473.00; Petawawa, 3,260.80; Pickering, 22,919.65; Pilkington, 
1,683.00; Pittsburgh, 4,448.00; Plantagenet North, 4,864.00; Plantagenet South, 
4,006.40; Playfair, 1,065.00; Plummer Additional, 684.00; Plympton, 4,849.60; 
Portland, 4,022.40; Prince, 555.00; Proton, 2,782.50; Puslinch, 5,062.40; Rad- 
cliffe, 1,048.50; Raglan, 1,183.50; Rainham, 2,344.50; Raleigh, 10,148.25; Rama, 
1,195.50; Ramsay, 2,430.00; Ratter and Dunnet, 1,885.50; Rawdon, 3,564.80; 
Rayside, 4,384.00; Reach, 4,721.60; Richmond, 2,896.50; Ridout, 280.50; 
Rochester, 3,883.20; Rolph, Buchanan, Wylie and McKay, 3,267.20; Romney, 
2,284.50; Ross, 2,610.00; Roxborough, 5,416.00; Russell, 5,270.40; Rutherford 
and George Island, 643.50; Ryde, 364.50; Ryerson, 760.50; St. Edmunds, 780.00; 
St. Joseph, 1,206.00; St. Vincent, 2,299.50; Salter, May and Harrow, 921.00; 
Saltfleet, 25,864.85; Sandfield, 304.50; Sandwich East, 48,030.75; Sandwich 
South, 5,491.20; Sandwich West, 33,834.00; Sarawak, 1,314.00; Sarnia, 9,933.00; 
Saugeen, 1,572.00; Schreiber, 2,908.50; Scott, 2,595.00; Scugog, 492.00; Sebasto- 
pol, 784.50; Seneca, 2,877.00; Seymour, 3,996.80; Shackleton and Machin, 
1,441.50; Sheffield, 1,915.50; Sherborne, McClintock, Livingstone, Lawrence and 
Nightingale, 585.00; Sherbrooke, 577.50; Sherbrooke South, 922.50; Sherwood, 
Jones and Burns, 1,881.00; Shuniah, 6,342.40; Sidney, 10,256.75; Smith, 5,731.20; 
Snowdon, 690.00; Sombra, 5,406.40; Somerville, 1,777.50; Sophiasburg, 2,563.50; 



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Statutory — Continued 

Payments under The Municipal Unconditional Grants Act — Continued 

Townships — Continued 

Southwold, 5,921.60; Springer, 1,861.50; Stafford, 3,339.20; Stamford, 54,519.75; 
Stanhope, 765.00; Stanley, 2,925.00; Stephen, 3,881.60; Stephenson, 1,270.50; 
Stisted, 547.50; Storrington, 2,716.50; Strong, 1,014.00; Sullivan, 3,360.00; 
Sunnidale, 3,960.00; Sydenham, 3,454.40; Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional, 
346.50; Tarentorus, 9,397.50; Tay, 4,430.40; Teck, 36,784.00; Tecumseth, 
4,404.80; Tehkummah, 763.50; Thessalon, 1,143.00; Thompson, 309.00; Thorah, 
1,426.50; Thorold, 15,331.75; Thurlow, 14,845.25; Tilbury East, 4,612.80; 
Tilbury North, 3,299.20; Tilbury West, 2,473.50; Tiny, 6,323.20; Tisdale, 
16,534.65; Torbolton, 1,066.50; Toronto, 97,285.50; Toronto Gore, 1,288.50; 
Tossorontio, 2,698.50; Townsend, 7,897.60; Trafalgar, 21,717.15; Tuckersmith, 
2,784.00; Tudor and Cashel, 850.50; Turnberry, 2,053.50; Tyendinaga, 3,768.00; 
Usborne, 2,500.50; Uxbridge, 3,588.80; Vaughan, 24,784.45; Verulam, 1,947.00; 
Vespra, 5,139.20; Wainfleet, 6,185.60; Wallace, 3,240.00; Walpole, 5,680.00; 
Walsingham North, 4,072.00; Walsingham South, 3,312.00; Warwick, 3,465.60; 
Waterloo, 16,525.25; Waters, 1,947.00; Watt, 979.50; Wawanosh East, 1,663.50; 
Wawanosh West, 1,785.00; Wellesley, 7,486.40; Westmeath, 4,032.00; West- 
minster, 39,728.00; Whitby, 6,049.60; Whitby East, 2,919.00; Whitchurch, 
10,536.75; Whitney, 2,998.40; Wicksteed, 2,410.50; Widdifield, 9,581.25; Wilber- 
force, 1,984.50; Williams East, 1,513.50; Williams West, 1,426.50; Williamsburg, 
4,286.40; Willoughby, 2,064.00; Wilmot, 9,005.50; Winchester, 4,129.60; Wind- 
ham, 7,718.40; Wolfe Island, 1,791.00; Wolford, 1,515.00; Wollaston, 1,053.00; 
Woodhouse, 6,315.20; Woolwich, 7,644.80; Worthington, 435.00; Yarmouth, 
12,489.75; Yonge, Front of, 2,046.00; Yonge and Escott, Rear of, 1,351.50; 
Zone, 1,434.00; Zorra East, 5,382.40; Zorra West, 3,308.80 2,523,415 45 

Improvement Districts: 

Balmertown, 1,791.53; Beardmore, 1,737.00; Cameron, 402.00; Cardiff, 664.50 
Deep River, 5,200.00; Dorion, 660.00; Gauthier, 433.76; Kendrey, 1,557.00 
Kingham, 178.50; Kingsford, 213.00; Longlac, 1,131.00; Manitouwadge, 1,099.50 
Marathon, 4,472.70; McGarry, 3,779.20; Onaping, 1,135.50; Red Lake, 2,400.00 
Red Rock, 2,802.00; Renabie, 522.00; Sioux Narrows, 448.50; Terrace Bay, 
4,513.36; Val Albert, 2,590.50 37,731 55 



Miscellaneous: 

Burlington Beach Commission 



5.374 40 



ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD 

Salaries ($175,928.67) 

R. Chapman, 7,359.96; L. R. Cumming, 15,499.98; W. Greenwood, 10,059.96 
D. Jamieson, 8,559.96; J. A. Kennedy, 6,999.96; R. L. Kennedy, 10,059.96 
S. Milburn, 8,102.97; C. F. Nunn, 10,059.96; R. C. Rowland, 10,059.96 
R. H. Yeates, 833.33; Other salaries, 78,272.71. 



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175,928 67 



W. Greenwood, 1,612.99; D. 
Milburn, 2,353.20; C. F. 
under $800, 1,442.31 



Travelling Expenses ($11,964.30) 

Jamieson, 1,914.48; R. L. Kennedy, 2,266.32; V. S. 
Nunn, 814.04; C. W. Yates, 1,560.96; Accounts 



1,964 30 



Maintenance ($26,805.02) 

E. A. Bezeau & Co., 3,521.45; John Chapman, 5,456.95; Queen's Printer, 11,616.89; 

Accounts under $2,000, 6,209.73 26,805 02 

Ontario Municipal Board $214,697 99 

ONTARIO HIGHWAY TRANSPORT BOARD 

Salaries ($60,412.25) 

S. H. Hughes, 13,059.96; G. C. Marrs, 4,535.00; E. J. Shoniker, 10,059.96; R. H. 

Yeates, 9,226.63; Other salaries, 23,530.70 60,412 25 



Travelling Expenses ($2,063.76) 

S. H. Hughes, 1,047.40; Accounts under $800, 1,016.36 



2,063 76 



L14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statutory — Continued 

Ontario Highway Transport Board — Continued 

Maintenance ($22,527.27) 

A. J. Feheley Co., 2,079.10; Queen's Printer, 11,569.31; M. L. Rapoport, 2,878.95; 

Accounts under $2,000, 5,999.91 22,527 27 

Ontario Highway Transport Board $85,003 28 

Statutory $13,298,984 46 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 
Surveying and Designing a Townsite in the Red Lake Area ($15,000.00) 

Improvement District of Red Lake 15,000 00 

Assistance towards reducing the cost suffered as a result of tornadoes 
in the Counties of Essex, Bruce and Huron ($18,579.58) 

County of Bruce, 7,041.00; County of Essex, 9,805.73; County of Huron, 1,732.85. . 18,579 58 
Special Warrants $33,579 58 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 

Bonus for Rural Primary and Secondary Lines under The 
Rural Hydro-Electric Distribution Act ($6,143,716.00) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 6,143,716 00 

Total Expenditure, Department of Municipal Affairs $22,640,419.71 



PART M 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Main Office 6 

Civil Defence Branch 6 

Community Planning Branch 7 

Conservation Branch 8 

Ontario House, London, England 9 

Trade and Industry Branch 10 

Ontario-St. Lawrence Development Commission 12 

Statutory 12 

Special Warrants 13 

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DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 

Hon. William M. Nickle, Minister (Statutory, see page M 12) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($124,583.20) 

T. A. C. Tyrrell Deputy Minister 5,333 30 

J. W. Bell, 6,024.96; A. V. Cameron, 6,060.00; C. G. Reading, 5,559.96; J. J. 
Wingfelder, 2,650.00; Other salaries, 98,954.98 124,583 20 

Travelling Expenses ($8,561.38) 

Hon. W. M. Nickle, 3,973.77; C. Meier, 809.85; C. G. Reading, 1,064.69; T. A. C. 

Tyrrell, 1,070.85; Accounts under $800, 1,642.22 8,561 38 

Maintenance ($23,105.99) 

Queen's Printer, 15,301.57; Accounts under $2,000, 17,298.23 32,599 80 

Less: Supplies transferred to other Branches 9,493 81 

23,105 99 

Postage— Entire Department ($5,962.89) 

Postmaster 5,962 89 

Cost of Living Bonus ($10,249.54) 

Sundry Employees 10,249 54 

Main Office $172,463 00 

CIVIL DEFENCE BRANCH 

Administrative Expenses, to include Grants, Salaries, 
Travelling Expenses, Equipment, Maintenance and Contingencies ($249,308.90) 

Administrative Expenses: 
Salaries: 

J. H. Adams, 5,859.96; E. F. Bevis, 8,059.92; C. B. Broadbent, 
4,650.00; F. B. Creasy, 6,759.96; W. Gilling, 5,168.32; A. D. 
Pearce, 4,650.00; W. F. Preston, 4,650.00; K. B. Smith, 5,359.92; 

T. E. Smyth, 4,650.00; R. G. Whitelaw, 4,650.00; Other 

salaries, 92,638.74 147,096 82 

Cost of Living Bonus: 

Sundry Employees 2,135 77 

Travelling Expenses: 

C. B. Broadbent, 833.40; T. E. Smyth, 804.16; Accounts 

under $800, 25,715.17 27,352 73 

Miscellaneous: 

Rheo Benoit, 2,000.00 ; Ditto of Canada, Ltd., 2,620.72 ; Dominion 
of Canada General Insurance Co., 2,256.77; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 
3,192.90; London Leaseholds, Ltd., 3,000.00; David M. Nesbitt 
Motors, Ltd., 15,548.10; H. H. Popham & Co., Ltd., 
4,128.80; Department of Public Works, 9,790.76; Pye Canada, 
Ltd., 2,612.08; Queen's Printer, 4,587.60; St. Remy Motor 
Service, 2,459.79; Kenneth Sakos, 2,100.00; J. R. Simonett 
Motors, Ltd., 2,425.43; Sumar Properties, Ltd., 2,280.00; Supplies 
transferred from' Main Office, 80.01; Tip Top Tailors, Ltd., 

11,643.02; Postage, 2,150.00; telephone, 7,845.49; accounts 

under $2,000, 29,764.33 1 10,485 80 

Total Administrative Expenses 287,071 12 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 143,535 56 

143,535 56 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT M 7 

Civil Defence Branch — Continued 

Grants to Municipalities: 
Cities: 

Brantford, 5,998.98; Fort William, 4,292.27; Gait, 1,059.81; 
Kingston, 5,413.39; London, 19,833.41; North Bay, 480.77; 
Oshawa, 2,383.50; Peterborough, 1,024.49; Port Arthur, 128.33; 
Sarnia, 6,852.88; Sault Ste. Marie, 2,405.30; St. Catharines, 
13,147.65; St. Thomas, 7,097.74; Stratford, 1,465.78; Sudbury, 
12,949.08; Toronto, 144,322.86; Metropolitan Toronto, 14,139.99; 
Windsor, 24,857.29 267,853 52 

Other Municipalities: 

Township of Brantford, 3,600.00; Brockville, 2,770.51; Elora, 
3,550.27; Gravenhurst, 685.31; Hespeler, 237.49; Lanark County, 
187.50; Leamington, 296.33; Orillia, 324.49; Perth, 75.00; 
Prescott, 970.39; Renfrew, 680.93; Renfrew County, 838.75; 
Simcoe, 225.00; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 300.00; 
Township of Teck, 4,296.66; Timmins, 1,080.13; Trafalgar, 
Oakville, Bronte, 1,838.93; Waterloo County, 17,026.99; Town- 
ship of East Zorra, 3,749.35 42,734 03 

Total Grants to Municipalities 310,587 55 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 204,814 21 

105,773 34 

Standardization of Hose Couplings and Allied Fittings ($116.20) 
Accounts under $2,000 1 16 20 

Civil Defence Branch $249,425 10 



COMMUNITY PLANNING BRANCH 

Salaries ($199,883.73) 

G. Adams, 4,674.96; A. E. K. Bunnell, 10,059.96; E. A. Gomme, 5,899.98; K. Hidaka, 
5,899.98; N. Keefer, 6,649.98; A. L. S. Nash, 8,959.92; J. O. Pearson, 5,899.98; 
R. N. Percival, 5,649.96; R. E. Roberts, 5,649.96; M. H. Sinclair, 5,299.92; D. C. 

Sweezey, 4,974.96; D. F. Taylor, 7,959.96; T. A. C. Tyrrell, 2,000.00; Other 

salaries, 120,304.21 199,883 73 

Travelling Expenses ($8,097.10) 

A. E. K. Bunnell, 1,143.80; E. A. Gomme, 885.62 ; A. L. S. Nash, 853.29; J. O. Pearson, 

2,260.33; Accounts under $800, 2,954.06 8,097 10 

Maintenance ($14,981.56) 

Supplies transferred from Main Office, 3,424.66; Accounts under $2,000, 

11,556.90 14,981 56 

Publicity, including Publications, Reports and Distribution of Information ($5,952.29) 

Supplies transferred from Main Office, 742.44; Accounts under 

$2,000, 5,801.80 6,544 24 

Less Refunds: Sales, Ontario Planning Bulletin 591 95 

5,952 29 

Special Grant to the Community Planning Association of Canada ($2,000.00) 

Community Planning Association of Canada 2,000 00 

Conducting and Participating in Regional Conferences ($561.30) 

Accounts under $2,000 561 30 



M 8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Community Planning Branch — Continued 

Municipal Rehabilitation Services in connection with the St. Lawrence Power Development 

Project; to include salaries, allowances, travelling expenses, maintenance and 

contingencies in carrying out necessary planning and conducting a 

Board of Review ($14,939.61) 

Salaries: 

J. J. Wingfelder, 5,461.10; Other salaries, 1,988.55 7,449 65 

Travelling Expenses: 

Accounts under $800 2,423 98 

Miscellaneous: 

David M. Nesbitt Motors, Ltd., 2,279.90; Supplies transferred from Main Office, 

106.22 ; Accounts under $2,000, 2,679.86 5,065 98 

Special Projects: The Investigation, Design, Development and Servicing of 
Mining Townsites in Ontario ($1,962.96) 

Travelling Expenses: 

Accounts under $800 247 88 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $2,000 1,715 08 

Community Planning Branch $248,378 55 

CONSERVATION BRANCH 

Salaries ($179,866.62) 

W. D. Adlam, 4,575.00; A. S. L. Barnes, 7,110.00; V. B. Blake, 4,849.92; R. V. 
Brittain, 4,575.00; C. E. Bush, 6,459.96; J. J. Coffey, 4,724.94; H. F. Crown, 
5,899.98; F. G. Jackson, 5,899.98; L. N. Johnson, 5,250.00; A. D. Latornell, 
4,575.00; K. M. Mayall, 6,099.96; W. G. McNaughton, 4,699.98; J. W. Murray, 
6,099.96; A. H. Richardson, 8,910.00; H. A. Smith, 5,400.00; R. A. With, 4,524.96; 
Other salaries, 90,21 1.98 179,866 62 

Travelling Expenses ($9,908.01) 

A. S. L. Barnes, 1,079.32; H. F. Crown, 1,316.52; F. G. Jackson, 992.92; H. A. Smith, 

866.93; Accounts under $800, 5,652.32 9,908 01 

Maintenance ($7,420.79) 

Supplies transferred from Main Office, 1,863.79; Accounts under $2,000, 5,557.00; 7,420 79 

Publications and Exhibits ($20,386.06) 
Queen's Printer, 17,532.37; Accounts under $2,000, 2,853.69 20,386 06 

River Valley Conservation Surveys, including aerial surveys and river gauging, 

salaries of temporary field staff, living and travelling expenses, equipment and 

rent, preparation and production of maps ($119,033.71) 

H. G. Acres & Co., Ltd., 2,172.24; David M. Nesbitt Motors, Ltd., 8,920.92; Pay 
list, wages of men on surveys, 38,909.64; Photographic Survey Corp., Ltd., 
7,646.77; Department of Public Works, 2,178.41; Queen's Printer, 7,502.65; 

Receiver General of Canada, 8,806.47; Shell Oil Co. of Canada, Ltd., 2,090.92; 

Accounts under $2,000, 40,805.69 119,033 71 

Grants to Conservation Authorities in accordance with The 
Conservation Authorities Act and The Grand River Conservation Act ($1 ,254,902.46) 

Grants: 

Ausable River Conservation Authority, 20,749.52; Big Creek Region Conserva- 
tion Authority, 27,141.06; Catfish Creek Conservation Authority, 3,079.07; 
Credit Valley Conservation Authority, 3,169.89; Don Valley Conservation 
Authority, 8,592.49; Etobicoke-Mimico Conservation Authority, 54,022.53; 
Ganaraska River Conservation Authority, 1,508.51; Grand River Conservation 
Authority, 53,384.08; Humber Valley Conservation Authority, 80,583.29; 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT M 9 

Conservation Branch — Continued 

Grants to Conservation Authorities — Continued 

Grants — Continued 

Middle Maitland Conservation Authority, 2,174.02; Moira River Conservation 
Authority, 9,459.05; Napanee Valley Conservation Authority, 958.16; Neebing 
Valley Conservation Authority, 560.00; Otter Creek Conservation Authority, 
6,971.93; R.D.H.P. Conservation Authority, 5,245.22; Saugeen Valley Conserva- 
tion Authority, 17,952.26; Upper Holland Valley Conservation Authority, 
787.03; Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, 69,366.49 365,704 60 

Grants toward the cost of further development of works of the Grand 
River Conservation Commission: 



Grand River Conservation Commission 1,226,247 46 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 337,049 60 

Conservation Branch $1,591,517 65 



ONTARIO HOUSE, LONDON, ENGLAND 

Administrative Expenses, including Salaries, Wages, Living and Representation 

Allowances, Travelling Expenses, Public Relations and 

General Maintenance ($210,898.65) 

Remittances to Agent-General, London, England 110,563 12 

Expenditures made in Ontario 100,335 53 



889,197 86 



210,898 65 

Summary of Accountable Warrant 

(Expenditures made in London, England, converted into Canadian 

Currency at official rates in effect from 

April 1, 1956, to March 31, 1957.) 

J. S. P. Armstrong, Balance of Accountable Warrant as at March 31, 

1956 1,527 25 

Add: Cable transfers from Ontario 110,563 12 

Receipts in London, England: 

Airways Mansions, 2,620.10; City Centre Properties Ltd., 
12,772.99; General Film Distributors, 4,257.66; Treasury, 
United Kingdom, 6,510.95; Sundry Receipts, 1,554.66 27,716 36 



139,806 73 
Deduct Expenditures: 

April 1, 1956 to March 31, 1957 139,225 92 



Balance of Accountable Warrant, March 31, 1957 754 19 Dr. 

Funds in transit to London, March 31, 1957 1,335 00 



580 81 



Details of Expenditure 

April 1, 1956 to March 31, 1957 

Expenditures made in London, England: 
W 7 ages : 

Sundry persons, 17,778.96; National Health Contribution, 

1,318.61 19,097 57 

Living Allowance: (Converted at $4.04 to the £) 

J. S. P. Armstrong, 2,500.00; F. J. Davis, 403.19; H. G. Donald- 
son, 1,000.00; A. Emslie, 1,000.00; G. W. Rooney, 1,000.00; 
R. H. Stapleford, 1,000.00; G. D. Taylor, 1,000.00; W. T. 
Thompson, 500.00 8,403 19 

Representation Allowance: (Converted at $4.04 to the £) 

J. S. P. Armstrong 4,500 00 



M10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Ontario House, London, England — Continued 

Details of Expenditure — -Continued 

Expenditures made in London, England — Continued 
Travelling Expenses and Subsistence: 

J. S. P. Armstrong, 2,144.07; H. G. Donaldson, 2,057.50; G. W. 
Rooney, 1,147.64; R. H. Stapleford, 1,432.97; W. T. Thompson, 
2,047.74; Accounts under $800, 165.32 8,995 24 

Other Expenses: 

Associated London Properties, Ltd., 19,650.75; Forte's & Co., 
Ltd., 17,030.65; Leagrave Press, Ltd., 2,254.54; Micklewright & 
Co. (Printers) Ltd., 5,745.52; Office Cleaning Services, Ltd., 
3,018.62; St. Quintin Son and Stanley, 10,654.64; City of West- 
minster, 8,844.58; J. P. Williams Ltd., 5,446.16; Postage, 

3,690.53; telephone, 3,145.06; accounts under $2,000, 18,748.87. . 98,229 92 

Expenditures made in London, England 139,225 92 



Expenditures made in Ontario: 
Salaries: 

J. S. P. Armstrong, 11,359.92; H. G. Donaldson, 5,099.94; 
A. Emslie, 5,859.96; G. W. Rooney, 5,610.00; R. H. Stapleford, 

6,459.96; G. D. Taylor, 4,959.96; W. T. Thompson, 4,560.00; 

Other salaries, 43,488.18 87,397 92 

Other Expenses: 

Department of Travel and Publicity, 6,000.00; Rverson Press, 

5,642.84; Accounts under $2,000, 1,294.77 12,937 61 

Expenditures made in Ontario 100,335 53 



Total 239,561 45 

Deduct: 

Receipts in London, England (see page M 9) 27,716 36 

Add: Net Decrease in Balance of 
Accountable Warrant: 

Balance March 31, 1956 1,527 25 

Balance March 31, 1957 580 81 

946 44 
28,662 80 



210,898 65 



Ontario House, London, England $210,898 65 



TRADE AND INDUSTRY BRANCH 

Salaries ($120,636.61) 

R. A. Baker, 5,149.98; E. M. W. Brownell, 2,133.32; L. S. Campbell, 6,459.96; 
R. J. Cooksley, 5,139.09; A. V. Crate, 7,399.98; R. B. Hawkins, 1,249.98; F. J. 
Lyle, 8,809.92; G. C. New, 5,610.00; R. B. Potts, 5,049.96; H. M. Sleigh, 6,609.96; 
J. E. Turnbull, 6,609.96; Other salaries, 60,414.50 120,636 61 

Travelling Expenses ($11,258.22) 

R. J. Cooksley, 1,268.82; A. V. Crate, 1,577.87; R. B. Potts, 1,313.05; H. M. Sleigh, 

1,970.35; J. E. Turnbull, 1,681.29; W. A. Wall, 811.12; Accounts under 

$800, 2,635.72 11,258 22 

Maintenance ($12,737.67) 

Dictaphone Corporation, 3,210.57; Supplies transferred from Main Office, 1,746.68; 

Telephone, 3,353.39; accounts under $2,000, 4,427.03 12,737 67 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT M 11 

Trade and Industry Branch — Continued 

Publicity, including Publications, Bulletins, Reports, Distribution 
of Information and Conferences ($24,953.22) 

Bryant Press, 4,084.00; King Edward Hotel, 3,591.01 ; Queen's Printer, 11,752.66; 

Accounts under $2,000, 5,525.55 24,953 22 



Grants in Aid of Regional Industrial Development Associations ($60,000.00) 

Eastern Ontario Development Association, 10,000.00; Georgian Bay Development 
Association, 10,000.00; Lake Ontario Development Association, 10,000.00; 
Mid- Western Ontario Development Association, 10,000.00; Northeastern 
Ontario Development Association, 10,000.00; Northwestern Ontario Development 
Association, 10,000.00 60,000 00 

Chicago Branch Office — Administration Expenses, including Salaries, 
Living and Representation Allowances, Travelling Expenses 
and General Maintenance ($23,764.52) 

Salaries : 

D. E. Holland, 4,950.00; Other salaries, 4,392.00 9,342 00 

Travelling Expenses: 

D. E. Holland, 1,460.44; Accounts under $800, 275.58 1,736 02 

Maintenance: 

L. V. Darge, 2,085.00; Accounts under $2,000, 6,533.50 8,618 50 

Living and Representation Allowance: 

D. E. Holland 4,068 00 



New York Branch Office — Administration Expenses, including Salaries, 
Living and Representation Allowances, Travelling Expenses 
and General Maintenance ($24,413.39) 

Salaries: 

R. B. Hawkins, 3,809.94; Other salaries, 2,952.20 6,762 14 

Travelling Expenses: 

R. B. Hawkins 1,447 93 

Maintenance: 

Regan Furniture & Carpet Corp., 2,510.00; Helmsley-Spear, Incorporated, 

3,575.00; Accounts under $2,000, 6,895.16 12,980 16 

Living and Representation Allowance: 

R. B. Hawkins 3,223 16 



Ontario Research Foundation, for Research Projects and Activities, Industrial 

Technical Services, Group Research, Scholarships, Post-graduate Studies in 

Science, etc., to be paid in amounts as may be authorized by the 

Minister ($481,333.41) 

Ontario Research Foundation for: 

Administration 25,000 00 

Research Projects and Activities including Industrial Technical Services 270,202 57 

Group Research 25,000 00 

Scholarships 49,550 00 

Post-graduate Studies in .Science 111,580 84 



Ontario Research Foundation, for Research Building ($180,000.00) 

Ontario Research Foundation 180,000 00 

Trade and Industry Branch $939,097 04 



M 12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

ONTARIO-ST. LAWRENCE DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION 

Expenditure for establishment and operation, including salaries, allowances, 

travelling expenses, maintenance, rent, legal fees, acquisition of land 

and contingencies ($421,781.10) 

Salaries: 

J. L. Carroll, 6,000.00; G. H. Challies, 9,999.96; M. R. Lemon, 8,149.98; G. W. 

Tindal, 5,059.92; Other salaries, 42,300.35 71,510 21 

Cost of Living Bonus: 

Sundry Employees 320 16 

Travelling Expenses: 

J.L.Carroll, 1,375.04; M. R. Lemon, 1,062.65; Accounts under $800, 3,785.18. 6,222 87 

Miscellaneous: 

Anthony Adamson, 11,879.57; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 5,535.00; Howard 
R. Davey, 52,236.23; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 67,497.58; 
A. D. Margison & Associates, Ltd., 21,899.14; McNamara Construction, Ltd., 
132,988.25; Melvin Motors, Ltd., 6,363.70; D. H. Ogilvie, 3,926.90; C C. Parker 
& Associates, Ltd., 4,634.01 ; Frank Panabaker, 2,250.00; L. P. Stidwell, 6,057.84; 
Accounts under $2,000, 28,459.64 343,727 86 

Ontario-St. Lawrence Development Commission $421,781 10 

STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($10,000.00) 

Hon. William M. Nickle 10,000 00 

Housing Branch 

Grant in Aid of Regent Park Housing Project of the Toronto Housing 
Authority (The Housing Development Act ) ($48,000.00) 

Housing Authority of the City of Toronto 48,000 00 

Expenditure under the Dominion-Provincial Partnership Agreement as set out in 
The Housing Development Act, and the Administration thereof ($1,675,571.35) 

Salaries : 

P. E. Brady, 7,560.00; J. J. Maxted, 5,924.94; W. W. Scott, 8,460.00; Other 

salaries, 55,271.67 77,216 61 

Cost of Living Bonus: 

Sundry Employees 1,141 39 

Travelling Expenses: 

I. M. Anderson, 1,196.86; P. E. Brady, 1,751.22; R. B. Bradley, 1,379.18; G. Cook, 

1,064.69; J. J. Maxted, 1,480.42; J. H. Pollard, 2,028.44; W. W. Scott, 838.28; 

Accounts under $800, 1,330.38 1 1,069 47 

Maintenance: 

Supplies transferred from Main Office, 982.01; Accounts under 

$2,000, 11,781.07 12,763 08 

Less: Conference Registration Fees 545 55 

12,217 53 

The Dominion-Provincial Partnership: 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, 1,542,992.49; Metropolitan Toronto 

Housing Authority, 14,066.23; Miscellaneous, 1,147.55 1,558,206 27 

Payment of Municipal Share of Recoveries: 

Town of Goderich, 1,219.03; Town of Lindsay, 688.52; City of Port Arthur, 
457.25; Town of Prescott, 342.83; City of St. Thomas, 1,134.85; City of Fort 
William, 1,979.75; City of Windsor, 9,897.85 15,720 08 

Housing Branch $1,723,571 35 

Statutory $1,733,571 35 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT M 13 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

Special Grant to the Canadian Hungarian Relief Fund ($25,000.00) 

Canadian Hungarian Relief Fund 25,000 00 

Services and Expenses in connection with 
Hungarian Refugee Immigration Programme ($524,381.16) 

Salaries : 

Sundry Employees 1 1 1 , 107 96 

Expenses : 

J. & A. Aziz, Ltd., 2,894.61; Canada Packers, Ltd., 2,568.61; Canadian Red Cross 
Society, 32,046.56; Central Food Enterprises, 11,488.65; City of Toronto, 5,500.32; 
Cooper's Office Supply Co., Ltd., 3,482.21; Dundas Sheet Metal Works, Ltd., 
37,975.47; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 22,252.98; Lewis Marrus & Finkler, 2,375.00; 
National Grocers, Ltd., 2,501.00; G. H. Newman Co., Ltd., 5,158.88; P.C.O. 
Services, Ltd., 2,290.00; Department of Public Works, 221,319.34; Simpson- 
Sears, Ltd., 26,946.19; Supplies transferred from Main Office, 170.03; Vickers- 

Benson, Ltd., 2,635.34; J. Yaremko, 2,031.80; Accounts under $2,000, 

29,636.21 413,273 20 

Special Warrants $549,381 16 

Total Expenditure, Department of Planning 
and Development $6,116,513.60 



PART N 



OFFICE 



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PRIME MINISTER 



FISCAL YEAR, 1956-57 



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1956-57 OFFICE OF PRIME MINISTER N 3 

OFFICE OF PRIME MINISTER 

Hon. Leslie M. Frost, Premier and President of the Council (Statutory, see below) 

MAIN OFFICE 
Salaries ($43,434.39) 

D. J. Collins, 6,949.98; E. J. Young, 9,384.96; Other salaries, 27,099.45 43,434 39 

Travelling Expenses ($3,571.20) 

Hon. Leslie M. Frost, 1,394.85; Department of Highways, 1,413.67; Accounts 

under $800, 762.68 3,571 20 

Maintenance ($6,799.64) 

Queen's Printer, 3,232.98; Telephone and telegrams, 2,542.45; 

accounts under $2,000, 1,399.21 7,174 64 

Less: Sale of equipment 375 00 

6,799 64 

Cost of Living Bonus ($1,049.35) 

Sundry Employees 1,049 35 

Main Office $54,854 58 

CABINET OFFICE 
Salaries ($39,456.38) 

W. M. Mclntyre, 11,799.96; H. A. Stewart, 7,799.94; J. J. Young, 4,899.96; 

Other salaries, 14,956.52 39,456 38 

Travelling Expenses ($314.36) 

Accounts under $800 314 36 

Maintenance ($6,066.96) 
Queen's Printer, 5,281.12; Accounts under $2,000, 785.84 6,066 96 

Cabinet Office $45,837 70 

STATUTORY 
Prime Minister's Salary ($14,000.00) 

Hon. Leslie M. Frost 14,000 00 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 
Special Grant to the Springhill Disaster Relief Fund, Nova Scotia ($10,000.00) 

Springhill Disaster Relief Fund 10,000 00 

Canteen Supplies for Her Majesty's Forces Stationed 
in Ontario and Overseas ($13,209.50) 

Imperial Tobacco Sales Company of Canada, Ltd., 3,643.10; Rock City Tobacco 

Company (1936) Ltd., 4,267.50; Tuckett Ltd., 5,298.90 13,209 50 

Special Warrants $23,209 50 

Total Expenditure, Office of Prime Minister $137,901.78 



8IG.— 22 






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OFFICE OF PROVINCIAL AUDITOR 

H. A. Cotnam, Provincial Auditor (Statutory, see below) 
Salaries ($290,070.46) 

R. H. Aitken, 5,099.94; W. F. Behan, 4,899.96; H. G. Cochran, 6,099.96; R. B 
Cranston, 7,899.96; R. J. Davidson, 5,674.92; G. W. Davis, 5,475.00; O. R. 
Dew, 4,899.96; N. F. Ellison, 6,749.94; G. H. Evans, 4,699.98; J. C. Filman, 
5,574.96; E. R. Hamilton, 7,449.96; A. H. Hawkins, 5,099.94; D. W. Hislop, 
4,759.92; F. H. Lee, 4,899.96; L. J. Leigh, 7,599.96; R. Loghrin, 4,899.96; D. M. 
MacKenzie, 5,224.92; J. G. McKeddie, 5,099.94; H. J. McLaughlin, 5,099.94; 
A. B. Meiklejohn, 7,599.96; J. A. Milling, 4,699.98; H. K. Newinger, 6,749.94; 
C. W. Noble, 6,099.96; G. A. Oliver, 4,899.96; I. D. Robinson, 4,899.96; J. A. 
Robinson, 4,699.98; F. N. Scott, 5,824.92; G. H. Spence, 11,799.96; W. B. Starratt, 
6,099.96; R. Stewart, 4,699.98; W. A. Street, 5,475.00; C. C. Wheeler, 6,449.94; 
Other salaries, 102,861.88 290,070 46 

Travelling Expenses ($10,407.89) 
H. A. Cotnam, 2,394.93; C. W. Noble, 1,654.44; Accounts under $800, 6,358.52. 10,407 89 

Maintenance ($12,592.20) 

Price, Waterhouse & Co., 3,966.48; Queen's Printer, 5,150.02; — Accounts under 

$2,000, 3,475.70 12,592 20 

Cost of Living Bonus ($4,039.10) 
Sundry Employees 4,039 10 

STATUTORY 
Provincial Auditor's Salary ($15,500.00) 

H. A. Cotnam 15,500 00 

Total Expenditure, Office of Provincial Auditor $332,609.65 



PART P 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY 

FISCAL YEAR, 1956-57 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Main Office 6 

Office of the Speaker 6 

Clerk of the Legislative Assembly and Chief Election Officer 7 

Queen's Printer , 7 

Registrar-General's Branch 7 

Sessional Requirements 7 

Miscellaneous Requirements 9 

Civil Service Commission 9 

Public Service Superannuation Fund, Administration 10 

Statutory 10 

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DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY 

Hon. George H. Dunbar, Minister (Statutory, see page P 10) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($343,718.87) 

R. J. Cudney Deputy Provincial Secretary 11,999 94 

S. Lavine, 5,079.96; D. McNeill, 4,629.96; T. D. Thomson, 5,279.96; W. W. 

White, 6,374.94; Other salaries, 310,354.11 343,718 87 

Travelling Expenses ($2,931.20) 

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934.67 2,931 20 

Maintenance ($81,897.96) 

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Haloid Co., 6,085.50; Marnoch Office Supply Co., 5,743.70; Queen's Printer, 

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Workmen's Compensation Board — Awards and Costs ($9.80) 

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Cost of Living Bonus ($21,936.13) 

Sundry Employees 21,936 13 

Main Office $450,493 96 



OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER 

Hon. A. W. Downer, Speaker 

Salaries ($28,119.78) 
B. Upper, 4,874.94; Other salaries, 23,244.84 28,119 78 

Travelling Expenses ($600.00) 
Hon. A. W. Downer 600 00 

Maintenance ($2,918.41) 

Accounts under $2,000 2,918 41 

Allowance to Mr. Speaker in lieu of Contingencies ($5,000.00) 

Hon. A. W. Downer 5,000 00 

Office of the Speaker $36,638 19 






1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY P 7 

CLERK OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY AND CHIEF ELECTION OFFICER 

Salaries ($59,661.77) 

R. G. Lewis, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly and Chief Election Officer, 8,199.96; 

Other salaries, 51,461.81 59,661 77 

Travelling Expenses ($27.72) 

Accounts under $800 27 72 

Maintenance ($6,482.76) 

Queen's Printer, 2,643.14; Stainton Brothers, Ltd., 2,140.35; Accounts under 

$2,000, 1,699.27 6,482 76 

Clerk of the Legislative Assembly and Chief Election Officer. $66,172 25 



QUEEN'S PRINTER 
Salaries ($85,328.15) 

W. F. Caldwell, 5,049.96; P. L. Chandler, 5,449.92; F. F. Fogg, 5,475.00; B. L. 

Johnston, 7,860.00; P. D. Shea, 5,449.92; Other salaries, 56,043.35 85,328 15 

Maintenance ($10,145.87) 

Queen's Printer, 7,943.78; Accounts under $2,000, 2,202.09 10,145 87 

Ontario Gazette ($47,895.30) 

Queen's Printer 47,895 30 

Queen's Printer $143,369 32 

REGISTRAR-GENERAL'S BRANCH 
Salaries ($417,017.10) 

R. B. Wallace Deputy Registrar-General 8,149 98 

H. F. C. Humphries, 5,499.96; E. W. Pike, 5,099.94; Other salaries, 398,267.22. 417,017 10 

Travelling Expenses ($10,765.38) 

G. Bryson, 2,811.91; J. Nisbet, 3,318.81; T. M. Richardson, 3,475.66; R. B. Wallace, 

824.15; Accounts under $800, 334.85 10,765 38 

Maintenance ($94,903.32) 

International Business Machines Co., Ltd., 15,440.92; Photostat Corporation, 

4,420.00; Postmaster, 22,250.00; Queen's Printer, 47,391.01; Accounts under 

$2,000, 5,401.39 94,903 32 

Registrar-General's Branch $522,685 80 



SESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS 

Clerks of Committees, Sergeant-at-Arms, Messengers, Pages, 
Sessional Writers, etc., ($24,670.65) 

Services: 

Sundry Employees 24,670 65 

Indemnities and Allowances to Members, including Mileage ($591,225.79) 

Indemnities: 

96 Members at $3,600 per annum, 345,600.00; Estate of W. E. Brandon, 917.26; 
Estate of J. Dempsey, 378.08; Estate of T. L. Patrick, 2,810.96; H. L. Rowntree, 



P8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Sessional Requirements — Continued 

Indemnities and Allowances to Members, including Mileage — Continued 

Indemnities — Continued 

1,627.40; Speaker— Hon. A. W. Downer, 3,000.00; Leader of the Opposition— 
F. R. Oliver, 3,000.00; Chairman of the Committee of the Whole House— C. E. 
Janes, 1,000.00 358,333 70 

Mileage 15,725 30 

Allowances for Expenses: 

96 Members at $1,800 per annum, 172,800.00; Estate of W. E. Brandon, 458.63; 
Estate of J. Dempsey, 189.04; Estate of T. L. Patrick, 1,405.48; H. L. Rowntree, 
813.70; Speaker— Hon. A. W. Downer, 2,000.00; Leader of the Opposition 
— F. R. Oliver, 2,000.00 179,666 85 

Representation Allowances at $2,000 per annum: 

Ministers of the Crown in charge of a Department, Minister of the Crown who 
is a Member of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission and the Leader of the 
Opposition: 

17 Ministers of the Crown and Leader of the Opposition, 36,000.00; 1 Minister 
of the Crown (November 1, 1956 to March 31, 1957), 833.30; 1 Minister of 
the Crown (April 1, 1956 to July 31, 1956), 666.64 37,499 94 

Stationery, including Printing Paper, Printing Bills, Distribution of Statutes, 
Printing and Binding ($119,198.71) 

Members' stationery allowance, 4,874.45; Queen's Printer, 113,624.26; Reporters' 

stationery allowance, 700.00 119,198 71 

Maintenance ($2,611.94) 

Accounts under $2,000 2,61 1 94 

Hansard— Reporting, Printing, etc. ($52,620.75) 

M. L. Legare, 12,474.10; R. C. Sturgeon, 3,000.00; Queen's Printer, 37,086.65; 

Accounts under $2,000, 60.00 52,620 75 

Committee Fees, etc. ($65,936.42) 

Select Committee re Smoke Control and Air Pollution ($28,656.49) : 
Per Diem Allowances for Expenses Attending Meetings: 

A. H. Cowling, Chairman, 1,575.00; W. E. Brandon, 330.00; R. E. Elliott, 
1,410.00; G. T. Gordon, 1,410.00; Hon. P. T. Kelly, 480.00; R. W. Macaulay, 
360.00; E. P. Morningstar, 1,470.00; W. Murdoch, 1,500.00; T. D. Thomas, 
1,410.00 9,945 00 

Travelling Allowances and Disbursements: 

A. H. Cowling, Chairman, 63.13; W. E. Brandon, 63.78; R. E. Elliott, 333.95; 

F. A. Evis, self and committee, 6,516.83; G. T. Gordon, 218.15; Hon. P. T. 
Kelly, 177.50; R. W. Macaulay, 143.60; E. P. Morningstar, 365.63; W. 
Murdoch, 357.58; T. D. Thomas, 228.06; Accounts under $800, 1,229.87.. 9,698 08 

Miscellaneous: 

G. M. Cowan, 3,028.00; R. C. Sturgeon, 3,519.00; Accounts under $2,000, 

2,466.41 9,013 41 

Select Committee re Toll Roads ($31,529.93); 

Per Diem Allowances for Expenses Attending Meetings: 

J. P. Robarts, Chairman, 1,540.00; J. A. C. Auld, 960.00; A. J. Child, 690.00; 
A. C. Jolley, 240.00; D. C. MacDonald, 960.00; A. A. Mackenzie, 1,020.00; 
P. Manley, 570.00; A. J. Reaume, 240.00; J. Root, 1,020.00; W. E. Sandercock, 
1,020.00; J. Yaremko, 990.00 9,250 00 

Travelling Expenses and Disbursements: 

J. P. Robarts, Chairman, 431.50; J. A. C. Auld, 590.85; A. J. Child, 208.00; 
A. C. Jolley, 80.00; D. C. MacDonald, 40,00; A. A. Mackenzie, 80.00; P. 






1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY P9 

Sessional Requirements — Continued 

Committee Fees, etc. — Continued 

Select Committee re Toll Roads — Continued 

Travelling Expenses and Disbursements — Continued 

Manley, 482.40; A. J. Reaume, 128.00; J. Root, 360.00; W. E. Sandercock, 

420.00; University Tours Ltd., 3,126.04; J. Yaremko, 40.00; Accounts 

under $800, 1,618.65 7,605 44 

Miscellaneous: 

D. J. Collins, honorarium, 1,500.00; Queen's Printer, 4,602.46; R. C. 

Sturgeon, 5,398.50; Accounts under $2,000, 3,173.53 14,674 49 

Select Committee to Study the Problem of Highway Safety ($250.00) : 
Honorarium: 

D. J. Collins 250 00 

Select Committee to Inquire into Matters Concerning Certain Divisions of the 
Department of Highways ($2,300.00): 
Honoraria: 

V. J. Johnson, 800.00; L. R. MacTavish, 1,000.00; D. H. McCleary, 300.00; 

D. M. Stewart, 100.00; A. M. Taylor, 100.00 2,300 00 

Select Committee re Registration of Conditional Sales Contracts, etc. ($3,200.00): 
Honoraria : 

W. C. Alcombrack, 2,500.00; D. H. McCleary, 150.00; D. M. Stewart, 400.00; 

A. M. Taylor, 150.00 3,200 00 

Grant to Commonwealth Parliamentary Association ($1,200.00) 

Commonwealth Parliamentary Association 1,200 00 

Legislative Committee for Art Purposes ($1,504.68) 

F. S. Challener, painting portrait of Etienne Brule, 1,500.00; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 

4.68 1,504 68 

Sessional Requirements $858,968 94 

MISCELLANEOUS REQUIREMENTS 
Government Hospitality Fund ($19,628.64) 

Summary 

Expenditures in connection with hospitality extended on behalf of: 

Canadian Federation of Mayors and Municipalities, 3,008.85; Canadian Library 
Association, 1,427.50; Civil Service Choir, 174.82; Federal-Provincial Con- 
ference on Company Law, 148.05; Inter- Provincial Conference on Fuel and 
Natural Gas, 408.50; Kingston Brier Committee, 426.00; Malayan Colombo 
Plan Delegate, 92.19; Ontario Hydro Jubilee Dinner, 4,409.93; Ontario Mayors' 
and Reeves' Association, 1,136.25; Ontario Public Service Quarter Century 
Club, 3,692.00; Premier Henry Bolte of Victoria, Australia, 101.50; Press Gallery 
Dinner, 2,700.35; Scottish Curlers, 298.00; Toronto Men's Press Club, 1,387.00; 
Sundry persons, flowers re bereavements, etc., 190.70; Sundrv persons, presenta- 
tions, 27.00 

Details 

Royal York Hotel, 10,395.80; Accounts under $2,000, 9,232.84 19,628 64 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 
Salaries ($134,648.35) 

C. J. Foster Chairman 12,249 94 

D. N. Fosbury, 5,049.96; F. V. Glennev, 6,799.98; H. F. Goss, 5,049.96; A. H. 

Malkin, 4,674.96; J. S. Stephen, 6,949.96; A. L. Watson, 6,699.96; Other 

salaries, 87,173.63 134,648 35 



P 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Civil Service Commission — Continued 

Travelling Expenses ($771.15) 

Accounts under $800 771 15 

Maintenance ($19,986.53) 

Queen's Printer, 11,107.51; Accounts under $2,000, 8,879.02 19,986 53 

Honoraria and Expenses re Joint Advisory Council and Departmental Committees ($944.46) 

Accounts under $2,000 944 46 

Quarter Century Club— Ontario Public Service— Insignia ($926.25) 

Accounts under $2,000 926 25 

Civil Service Commission $157,276 74 

PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND 

Administrative Charges ($52,371.47) 
Salaries: 

Sundry Employees 44,770 80 

Maintenance: 

Accounts under $2,000 2,278 55 

Miscellaneous: 

Sundry Doctors, Clinics, etc 5,322 12 

STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($10,000.00) 

Hon. George H. Dunbar 10,000 00 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 

R.S.O. 1950, Chap. 317 
(The Public Service Act— Part II) 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments, Refunds, etc. ($3,306,438.19) 

Allowances: Superannuates and Beneficiaries 2,483,839 85 

Refunds under Section 24 615,422 31 

Payments under Section 25 124,693 96 

Payments under Section 26 11,952 06 

Payments under Section 27 3,776 43 

Payments under Sections 35-7 63,952 39 

Payments under Section 37 2,801 19 

822,598 34 

Public Service Retirement Fund 

1 Elizabeth II, Chap. 88 
(The Public Service Act— Part III) 

Refunds and Transfers ($694,094.45) 

Refunds under Section 47 198,576 03 

Transferred to Public Service Superannuation Fund 495,518 42 

The Vital Statistics Act ($2,726.50) 
R.S.O. 1950. Chap. 412, Sees. 10, 27 and 36 

Sundry Registrars, Registration Fees 2,726 50 

Statutory $4,013,259 14 

Total Expenditure, Department of Provincial Secretary, $6,320,864.45 



PART Q 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

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FISCAL YEAR, 1956-57 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Main Office 8 

Child Welfare Branch 9 

Day Nurseries Branch 14 

Mothers' Allowances Branch 15 

Old Age Assistance Branch 15 

Field Services Branch 16 

Homes for the Aged Branch 17 

Disabled Persons' Allowances Branch 21 

Statutory 23 

Unemployment Relief Branch 23 

Special Warrants 27 

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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

Hon. L. P. Cecile, Minister (Statutory, see page Q 23) 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($103,279.77) 

J. S. Band Deputy Minister 11,499 96 

D. Crittenden, 4,849.92; S. Crow, 6,199.98; J. I. Lawson, 4,904.39; B. Pilotte, 

4,291.64; W. G. Smith, 5,899.98; Other salaries, 65,633.90 103,279 77 

Travelling Expenses ($11,730.61) 

Hon. L. P. Cecile, 4,160.00; J. S. Band, 3,573.98; Department of Highways, 1,117.97; 

Accounts under $800, 2,878.66 1 1,730 61 

Maintenance ($21,755.07) 

Hawkesbury Automobile Sales, Ltd., 2,496.26; Queen's Printer, 6,217.07; Staples 

Sign & Display Company, 2,296.50; Accounts under $2,000, 10,745.24 21,755 07 

Departmental Publications ($3,423.28) 
Queen's Printer, 3,400.78; Accounts under $2,000, 22.50 3,423 28 

Burial of Deceased Indigent Immigrants in Accordance 
with Federal-Provincial Agreement ($228.50) 

Accounts under $2,000 497 00 

Less: Government of Canada repayments re Assistance to Immigrants 268 50 



228 50 



Transportation of Indigents ($3,106.14) 

Accounts under $2,000 3,106 14 

Workmen's Compensation Board — Awards and Costs ($1,226.48) 

Workmen's Compensation Board 1,226 48 

Cost of Living Bonus ($24,183.34) 

Sundry Employees 24, 1 83 34 

Staff Training ($100.00) 

Sundry Employees 100 00 

Grants ($354,159.05) 

Soldiers' Aid Commission 19,000 00 

Memorial Wreaths, Canadian Legion, Ontario Provincial Command, B.E.S.L 5,710 05 

Association of Children's Aid Societies of the Province of Ontario 3,000 00 

Last Post Fund 1,000 00 

Poppy Fund 1,200 00 

Royal Canadian Humane Association 200 00 

Canadian Legion, Ontario Provincial Command, B.E.S.L 2,000 00 

Canadian Welfare Council 15,549 00 

Canadian Welfare Council Building Fund 3,500 00 

Community Welfare Council of Ontario 6,000 00 

University of Toronto, School of Social Work 10,000 00 

St. Patrick's College, Ottawa 10,000 00 

Ontario Welfare Officers' Association 2,000 00 

Victorian Order of Nurses (Ontario) 80,000 00 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto re Red Chevron Home 195,000 00 

Main Office $523,192 24 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE QJ> 

CHILD WELFARE BRANCH 
Salaries ($135,331.80) 

J. M. Bevan, 5,409.96; W. H. Bury, 8,640.00; A. L. Charleson, 5,049.96; L. C. 

Ecker, 5,499.96; V. Franck, 5,499.96; D. K. Wass, 5,659.92; Other salaries, 

99,572.04 135,331 80 

Travelling Expenses ($4,870.82) 

G. K. Askwith, 809.36; W. H. Bury, 827.45; D. K. Wass, 911.41; Accounts under 

$800, 2,322.60 4,870 82 

Maintenance ($13,176.57) 

Department of Labour, 2,144.00; Queen's Printer, 8,859.84; Accounts under 

$2,000, 2,172.73 13,176 57 

Services, Expenses, Grants, etc., under The Child Welfare Act, 1954 ($2,413,375.62) 
Travelling Expenses: 

Accounts under $800 3 10 84 

Annual Grants to Children's Aid Societies: 

Algoma, 3,699.00; Brant, 5,984.00; Bruce, 1,942.50; Dufferin, 2,195.00; Elgin, 
2,147.35; Fort William, 3,433.00; Frontenac, 8,616.50; Grey, 2,169.00; Haldimand, 
3,022.00; Halton, 2,148.00; Hamilton, 21,640.36; Hamilton (R.C.), 5,161.34; 
Hastings, 4,850.76; Huron, 3,410.37; Kapuskasing, 2,431.08; Kenora, 3,252.30; 
Kent, 4,370.00; Lambton, 5,883.00; Lanark, 2,419.00; Leeds and Grenville, 
4,525.55; Lennox and Aldington, 1,800.00; Lincoln, 7,051.35; London and 
Middlesex, 16,196.82; Manitoulin, 1,800.00; Muskoka, 2,127.20; Nipissing, 
3,464.60; Norfolk, 3,096.00; Northumberland and Durham, 3,006.00; Ontario, 
5,035.00; Ottawa and Carleton, 24,521.00; Oxford, 8,072.75; Parry Sound, 
1,700.00; Peel, 5,407.50; Perth, 3,668.53; Peterborough, 3,984.60; Porcupine, 
5,086.00; Port Arthur, 4,968.00; Prescott and Russell, 2,700.00; Prince Edward, 
2,337.06; Rainy River, 1,834.00; Renfrew, 4,665.00; Simcoe, 7,065.55; Stormont, 
Dundas and Glengarry, 7,870.72; Sudbury, 11,283.38; Timiskaming, 4,692.20; 
Toronto, 93,780.00; Toronto (R.C.), 40,145.51; Victoria and Haliburton, 2,457.00; 
Waterloo, 7,975.16; Welland, 8,874.00; Wellington, 5,110.04; Wentworth, 
2,945.00; Windsor, 11,858.35; Windsor (R.C.), 5,335.51; York, 34,852.96 450,066 90 

Additional Grants to Societies in Unorganized Territory: 

Algoma, 3,500.00; Fort William, 1,500.00; Kapuskasing, 5,000.00; Kenora, 
2,500.00; Manitoulin, 1,500.00; Muskoka, 1,500.00; Nipissing, 2,500.00; Parry 
Sound, 2,000.00; Porcupine, 1,500.00; Port Aithur, 3,500.00; Rainy River, 
1,500.00; Sudbury, 5,000.00; Timiskaming, 2,000.00 33,500 00 

Stenographic Services — Unorganized Territory: 

Sundry Employees 157 60 

Maintenance of Children from Unorganized Territory: 
Children's Aid Societies: 

Algoma, 22,340.72; Fort William, 2,232.54; Kapuskasing, 38,068.19; Kenora, 
31,302.60; London and Middlesex, 3,249.75; Manitoulin, 6,784.74; Muskoka, 
3,448.20; Nipissing, 16,039.94; Parry Sound, 16,305.38; Porcupine, 13,488.56; 
Port Arthur, 14,141.71; Rainy River, 6,854.88; Sudbury, 53,120.98; Timiskam- 
ing, 26,355.43; Toronto, 10,201.56; Toronto (R.C.), 9,146.15; Accounts 

under $2,000, 8,788.97 281,870 30 

Provincial Aid to Municipalities under Sections 21 and 24 of The Child Welfare 
Act 1954: 
Cities: 

Belleville, 6,104.13; Brantford, 14,418.73; Chatham, 4,679.69; Cornwall, 
5,866.87; Fort William, 7,367.34; Gait, 3,577.94; Guelph, 11,057.17; Hamilton, 
76,679.12; Kingston, 18,427.98; Kitchener, 11,958.38; London, 40,705.97; 
Niagara Falls, 4,265.86; North Bay, 5,693.99; Oshawa, 8,682.66; Ottawa, 
119,795.80; Owen Sound, 4,809.46; Peterborough, 9,771.28; Port Arthur, 
9,634.56; St. Catharines, 9,975.28; St. Thomas, 3,807.40; Sarnia, 19,689.96; 
Sault Ste. Marie, 8,769.16; Stratford, 4,076.57; Sudbury, 13,607.34; Metro- 
politan Toronto, 540,136.31; Waterloo, 1,207.00; Welland, 1,410.55; Windsor, 
49,693.10; Woodstock, 3,388.43 1,019,258 03 



Q 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Child Welfare Branch — Continued 
Services, Expenses, Grants, etc., under The Child Welfare Act — Continued 

Towns: 

Acton, 357.72; Ajax, 1,350.35; Alexandria, 401.93; Alliston, 598.56; Almonte, 
546.50; Amherstburg, 845.53; Arnprior, 2,090.19; Aurora, 963.23; Aylmer, 
664.78; Bala, 4.99; Barrie, 6,392.75; Blenheim, 250.80; Blind River, 1,279.27; 
Bothwell, 59.84; Bowmanvilte, 1,480.93; Bracebridge, 242.10; Brampton, 
1,475.08; Brockville, 4,186.64; Bruce Mines, 110.41; Burlington, 1,399.10; 
Campbellford, 811.29; Capreol, 202.84; Carleton Place, 944.06; Charlton, 
118.06; Chelmsford, 166.00; Chesley, 175.43; Clinton, 219.82; Cobalt, 717.50; 
Cobourg, 2,054.70; Cochrane, 1,110.62; Collingwood, 2,357.58; Copper Cliff, 
1,022.59; Delhi, 1,215.92; Deseronto, 490.46; Dresden, 158.01; Dryden, 
627.46; Dundas, 1,543.59; Dunnville, 1,485.65; Durham, 166.57; Eastview, 
3,318.65; Elmira, 735.86; Essex, 641.12; Exeter, 269.95; Fergus, 430.14; 
Forest, 332.07; Fort Erie, 993.21 ; Fort Frances, 1,939.09; Gananoque, 1,389.76; 
Georgetown, 575.03; Geraldton, 1,031.20; Goderich, 619.60; Gravenhurst, 
1,413.86; Grimsby, 634.02; Haileybury, 1,253.66; Hanover, 451.23; Harriston, 
130.13; Harrow, 332.17 Hawkesbury, 1,125.63; Hearst, 388.00; Hespeler, 
861.24; Huntsville, 285.18; Ingersoll, 1,259.45; Kapuskasing, 502.49; Kenora, 
1,659.02; Kincardine, 293.04; Kingsville, 694.55; La Salle, 322.88; Latchford, 
317.19; Leamington, 1,881.55; Levack, 1,650.05; Lindsay, 2,724.99; Listowel, 
120.47; Little Current, 191.05; Massey, 41.72; Mattawa, 1,885.17; Meaford, 
325.92; Merritton, 1,187.42; Midland, 3.257.45; Milton, 462.52; Mitchell, 
83.03; Mount Forest, 182.28; Napanee, 1,520.57; New Liskeard, 1,197.25; 
Newmarket, 1,562.86; Niagara, 461.89; Oakville, 1,613.54; Ojibway, 350.76; 
Orangeville, 913.12; Orillia, 5,733.11; Palmerston, 160.59; Paris, 881.53; 
Parkhill, 197.35; Parry Sound, 2,449.00; Pembroke, 5,305.23; Penetanguishene, 
944.66; Perth, 1,224.52; Petrolia, 561.09; Picton, 2,299.32; Port Colborne, 
2,015.12; Port Dalhousie, 398.71; Port Dover, 604.24; Port Elgin, 142.95; 
Port Hope, 1,872.98; Powassan, 168.51; Prescott, 1,189.40; Preston, 2,289.61; 
Rainy River, 431.23; Renfrew, 3,366.13; Ridgetown, 206.42; Riverside, 
1,172.00; Rockland, 242.27; St. Mary's, 216.27; Seaforth, 171.61; Simcoe, 
2,943.80; Sioux Lookout, 782.82; Smiths Falls, 4,260.47; Southampton, 
172.84; Stayner, 415.33; Stoney Creek, 556.00; Strathroy, 743.47; Sturgeon 
Falls, 3,099.60; Tecumseh, 594.66; Thessalon, 552.05; Thornbury, 110.36; 
Thorold, 677.45; Tilbury, 244.75; Tillsonburg, 393.78; Timmins, 13,306.02; 
Trenton, 5,284.97; Uxbridge, 349.58; Vankleek Hill, 263.39; Walkerton, 
329.43; Wallaceburg, 723.49; Webbwood, 147.82; Whitby, 1,480.59; Wiarton, 
171.54; Wingham, 253.24 158,203 18 

Villages: 

Ailsa Craig, 71.46; Alfred, 110.58; Alvinston, 133.59; Arkona, 67.43; Arthur, 
82.10; Athens, 164.95; Ayr, 158.19; Bancroft, 412.61; Barry's Bay, 232.94; 
Bath, 163.77; Beamsville, 347.51; Beaverton, 219.35; Beeton, 187.30; Belle 
River, 278.75; Bloomfield, 335.32; Blyth, 58.49; Bobcaygeon, 272.89; Bolton, 
103,78; Bradford, 598.56; Braeside, 178.38; Bridgeport, 209.74; Brighton, 
394.91; Bronte, 170.20; Brussels, 66.20; Caledonia, 509.84; Cannington, 
179.36; Cardinal, 614.83; Casselman, 141.64; Cavuga, 227.61; Chalk River, 
172.08; Chatsworth, 36.61; Chesterville, 301.45; Chippawa, 406.18; Clifford, 
43.37; Cobden, 256.03; Colborne, 220.35; Coldwater, 158.80; Courtright, 
81.43; Creemore, 219.88; Crystal Beach, 344.47; Deloro, 266.25; Drayton, 
53.70; Dundalk, 78.38; Dutton, 123.41; Eganville, 331.58; Elmvale, 280.96; 
Elora, 112.05; Embro, 37.17; Erieau, 53.79; Erie Beach, 18.82; Erin, 47.51; 
Fenelon Falls, 282.75; Finch, 116.89; Flesherton, 43.32; Fonthill, 209.55; 
Frankford, 459.32; Glencoe, 173.53; Grand Bend, 150.13; Grand Valley, 
170.13; Hagersville, 512.32; Hastings, 173.13; Havelock, 105.10; Hensall, 
86.13; Hepworth, 20.79; Highgate, 26.22; Hilton Beach, 261.66; Iroquois, 
256.34; Jarvis, 174.64; Kemptville, 354.90; Killaloe Station, 167.89; Lake- 
field, 223.12; Lanark, 133.92; Lancaster, 102.53; Lion's Head, 25.34; L'Orignal, 
114.30; Lucan, 112.29; Lucknow, 94.86; Madoc, 504.47; Markdale, 84.57; 
Markham, 526.27; Marmora, 462.43; Maxville, 176.36; Merrickville, 222.94; 
Mildmay, 68.23; Millbrook, 141.65; Milverton, 44.22; Morrisburg, 529.08; 
Neustadt, 39.71; Newboro, 68.98; Newburgh, 158.03; Newbury, 30.62; 
Newcastle, 194.60; New Hamburg, 367.93; Norwich, 107.96; Norwood, 
106.84; Oil Springs, 78.88; Omemee, 128.07; Paisley, 61.08; Pickering, 171.36; 
Point Edward, 460.58; Port Burwell, 66.64; Port Credit, 864.49; Port McNicoll, 
541.55; Port Perry, 319.88; Port Rowan, 156.27; Port Stanley, 431.12; Rich- 
mond, 95.80; Richmond Hill, 880.30; Ripley, 44.18; Rockcliffe Park, 1,854.50; 
Rodney, 128.35; St. Clair Beach, 195.12; Shallow Lake, 16.50; Shelburne, 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE QJT 

Child Welfare Branch — Continued 
Services, Expenses, Grants, etc., under The Child Welfare Act — Continued 

Villages — Continued 

332.52; Springfield, 48.54; Stirling, 502.91; Stouffville, 472.05; Streetsville, 
194.46; Sturgeon Point, 64.04; Sutton, 460.88; Tara, 51.98; Tavistock, 
83.62; Teeswater, 76.02; Thamesville, 101.53; Thedford, 99.24; Tiverton, 
21.44; Tottenham, 203.59; Tweed, 627.47; Victoria Harbour, 195.45; Vienna, 
36.20; Wardsville, 39.13; Wasaga Beach, 549.69; Waterdown, 235.42; Water- 
ford, 388.44; Watford, 199.75; Wellington, 479.02; West Lome, 126.70; 
Westport, 149.96; Wheatlev, 90.10; Winchester, 324.00; Woodbridge, 513.52; 
Woodville, 88.66; Wyoming, 86.52 32,060 06 

Townships: 

Adelaide, 590.35; Adjala, 610.77; Admaston, 570.82; Adolphustown, 360.29; 
Albemarle, 68.87; Albion, 297.23; Aldborough, 913.25; Alfred, 910.70; Algona 
North, 193.08; Algona South, 83.94; Alice and Fraser, 467.98; Alnwick, 
150.24; Amabel, 209.22; Amaranth, 501.79; Ameliasburg, 1,532.88; Amherst 
Island, 225.18; Ancaster, 1,404.83; Anderdon, 1,036.01; Anson, Hindon and 
Minden, 273.16; Armour, 132.31; Arran, 314.48; Artemesia, 252.69; Arthur, 
359.39; Ashfield, 329.08; Asphodel, 245.11 ; Assiginack, 491.92; Athol, 598.78; 
Atikokan, 672.82; Augusta, 1,308.65; Bagot and Blythfield, 251.83; Baldwin, 
346.04; Balfour, 407.51; Bangor, Wicklow and McClure, 197.74; Barrie, 
72.75; Barton, 498.58; Bastard and Burgess South, 553.85; Bathurst, 345.32; 
Bayham, 679.59; Beckwith, 341.71; Bedford, 359.11; Belmont and Methuen, 
199.02; Bentinck, 243.92; Bertie, 1,445.32; Beverly, 530.16; Bexley, 170.44; 
Biddulph, 546.12; Binbrook, 258.38; Black River, 51.88; Blandford, 178.75; 
Blanshard, 114.30; Blenheim, 526.96; Blezard, 321.47; Bonfield, 1,551.99; 
Bosanquet, 1,034.38; Brant, 493.17; Brantford, 1,042.64; Brighton, 306.20; 
Brock, 812.27; Bromley, 682.04; Brooke, 1,007.67; Brougham, 88.14; Bruce, 
419.09; Brudenell and Lyndoch, 157.39; Brunei, 14.14; Bucke, 426.10; Bur- 
ford, 806.31; Burgess North, 156.74; Burleigh and Anstruther, 107.54; Caistor, 
296.31; Caldwell, 812.53; Caledon, 354.66; Caledonia, 587.67; Calvert, 
1,854.62; Calvin, 428.93; Cambridge, 956.66; Camden, 281.73; Camden 
East, 1,396.92; Canborough, 353.41 ; Caradoc, 768.99; Carden, 163.54; Cardiff, 
65.22; Carling, 139.88; Carlow, 94.98; Carrick, 469.78; Cartwright, 346.27; 
Casimir, Jennings and Appleby, 135.96; Cavan, 413.52; Cayuga North, 
507.36; Cayuga South, 237.54; Chaffey, 112.01; Chamberlain, 790.22; Chandos, 
54.82; Chapleau, 611.48; Chapman, 52.70; Chappie, 435.40; Charlottenburgh, 
1,296.03; Charlotteville, 1,479.34; Chatham, 991.77; Chinguacousy, 703.28; 
Clarence, 1,161.66; Clarendon and Miller, 71.98; Clarke, 662.48; Clinton, 
863.87; Colborne, 198.61; Colchester North, 515.68; Colchester South, 
1,056.92; Coleman, 273.69; Collingwood, 280.54; Cornwall, 8,108.40; Cramahe, 
350.56; Cosby, Mason and Martland, 61.57; Crosby North, 150.96; Crosby 
South, 418.89; Crowland, 1,911.78; Culross, 404.16; Cumberland, 1,362.94; 
Dack, 46.71; Dalhousie and North Sherbrooke, 209.59; Dalton, 52.21; Darling, 
64.86; Darlington, 1,051.67; Dawn, 931.33; Delaware, 326.65; Denbigh, 
Abinger and Ashby, 104.81; Derby, 227.94; Dereham, 545.10; Dilke, 35.78; 
Dorchester North, 837.04; Dorchester South, 540.55; Douro, 314.59; Dover, 
613.22; Dowling, 1,084.35; Downie, 129.86; Draper, 154.79; Drummond, 
384.35; Drury, Denison and Graham, 807.35; Dumfries North, 898.74; 
Dumfries South, 581.05; Dummer, 250.70; Dungannon, 141.69; Dunn, 345.13; 
Dunwich, 885.28; Dymond, 199.37; Dvsart, Guilford, etc., 511.11; Easthope 
North, 104.60; Easthope South, 69.32; Eastnor, 115.01; Edwardsburgh, 
668.82; Egremont, 268.16; Ekfrid, 590.35; Elderslie, 380.76; Eldon, 741.84; 
Elizabethtown, 1,423.62; Ellice, 113.53; Elma, 173.46; Elmsley North, 231.81; 
Elmsley South, 348.91; Elzevir and Grimsthorpe, 163.48; Emily, 685.68; 
Enniskillen, 1,070.01; Ennismore, 119.41; Eramosa, 331.51; Erin, 385.73; 
Ernestown, 1,656.49; Escott, Front of, 267.93; Esquesing, 500.02; Essa, 
993.52; Euphemia, 479.66; Euphrasia, 261.45; Evanturel, 20.49; Faraday, 
137.02; Fenelon, 953.65; Ferris East, 578.80; Ferris West, 983.32; Finch, 
799.77; Fitzroy, 652.01; Flamborough East, 1,798.15; Flamborough West, 
697.63; Flos, 842.87; Foley, 141.44; Franklin, 183.29; Fredericksburgh North, 
614.12; Fredericksburgh South, 519.14; Freeman, 180.68; Fullarton, 95.66; 
Gainsboro, 439.02; Galway and Cavendish, 104.05; Garafraxa East, 390.23; 
Garafraxa West, 278.84; Georgina, 621.95; Gillies, 105.75; Glackmeyer, 
199.39; Glamorgan, 52.62; Glanford, 397.14; Glenelg, 169.15; Gloucester, 
2,129.03; Goderich, 261.59; Gosfield North, 673.64; Gosfield South, 1,191.65; 
Goulburn, 553.35; Gower North, 660.58; Gower South, 203.95; Grantham. 
3,275.75; Grattan, 339.97; Greenock, 398.30; Grey, 336.80; Griffith and 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Child Welfare Branch — Continued 



2,693.36; Kinloss, 
Lancaster, 953.57 
Longford, 131.03; 
downe, Rear of, 
Lochiel. 1,002.78; 



Services, Expenses, Grants, etc., under The Child Welfare Act — Continued 

Townships — Continued 

Matawatchan, 92.34; Grimsby North, 669.96; Grimsby South, 352.96 
Guelph, 384.70; Gwillimbury East, 934.53; Gwillimbury West, 2,531.30 
Hagar, 559.20; Hagarty and Richards, 241.34; Hagerman, 141.44; Haldimand 
477.90; Hallowell, 1,532.88; Hamilton, 739.75; Hanmer, 1,066.10; Harley 
308.43; Harvey, 202.86; Harwich, 852.58; Hawkesbury East, 1,367.91 
Hawkesbury West, 520.57; Hay, 374.07; Head, Clara and Maria, 83.94 
Hibbert, 97.98; Hilliard, 416.25; Hillier, 934.10; Himsworth North, 1,609.13 
Himsworth South, 96.10; Hinchinbrooke, 260.05; Holland, 193.38; Hope 
641.02; Horton, 449.10; Houghton, 581.92; Howard, 387.97; Howe Island 
135.44; Howick, 411.35; Howland, 193.95; Hullett, 304.66: Humberstone 
871.21; Humphry, 141.43; Hungerford, 817.43; Huntingdon, 616.57; Huntley 
456.12; Huron, 459.38; Innisfil, 3,098.65; Jaffray and Melick, 556.33; James 
1,294.64; Kaladar, Anglesea and Effingham, 149.85; Kennebec, 99.07; Kenyon 
818.22; Keppel, 228.45; Kincardine, 421.04; King, 1,535.75; Kingston 
285.89; Kitley, 379.90; Korah, 1,946.01; Lanark, 224.60 
; Larder Lake, 989.06; Lavant, 61.26; Laxton, Digby and 
Leeds and Lansdowne, Front of, 828.78; Leeds and Lans- 
525.86; Limerick, 98.09; Lindsay, 27.29; Lobo, 598.86; 
; Logan, 134.18; London, 5,112.44; Longueuil, 398.82; 
Loughborough, 599.04; Louth, 899.82; Luther East, 293.32; Luther West, 
214.81; Lutterworth, 72.71; Macaulay, 421.70; MacDonald, Meredith and 
Aberdeen Additional, 456.28; Machin, 707.93; Madoc, 571.42; Maidstone, 
1,265.98; Malahide, 942.05; Maiden, 806.04; Manvers, 357.72; Mara, 755.15; 
March, 277.39; Mariposa, 1,376.29; Markham, 2,436.78; Marlborough, 
224.48; Marmora and Lake, 407.93; Maryborough, 375.92; Marysburgh 
North, 526.93; Marysburgh South, 479.02; Matachewan, 436.56; Matchedash, 
195.45; Matilda, 955.62; Mattawan, 1,138.15; Mayo, 68.51; McCrosson and 
Tovell, 164.25; McDougall, 1,110.71; McGillivray, 660.11; McKellar, 217.77; 
McKillop, 310.44; McKim, 4,048.02; McNab, 824.74; Medonte, 574.13; 
Medora and Wood, 164.74; Melancthon, 618.94; Mersea, 1,842.06; Metcalfe, 
352.17; Michipicoten, 1,002.84; Middleton, 1,230.80; Minto, 373.85; Mona- 
ghan North, 241.27; Monaghan South, 168.84; Monck, 183.65; Monmouth, 
78.60; Mono, 596.11; Montague, 279.86; Monteagle and Herschel, 260.02; 
Moore, 1,755.78; Mornington, 131.09; Morris, 282.16; Morrison, 534.37; 
Morson, 94.50; Mosa, 389.60; Moulton, 539.64; Mountain, 725.94; Mountjoy, 
780.50; Mulmur, 491.02; Murray, 346.27; Nassagaweva, 202.89; Neebing, 
429.79; Neelon and Garson, 2,372.08; Nelson, 1,562.57; Nepean, 2,450.74; 
Niagara, 1,066.50; Nichol, 203.45; Nipigon, 425.79; Nipissing, 280.68; Nissouri 
East, 380.51; Nissouri West, 762.19; Normanby, 352.22; Norwich North, 
281.84; Norwich South, 242.02; Nottawasaga, 1,665.37; Oakland, 168.49; 
Oakley, 132.31; Olden, 181.10; Oneida, 553.71; Onondaga, 206.83; Ops, 
1,039.36; Orford, 273.66; Orillia, 1,689.80; Oro, 1,588.01; Osgoode, 1,279.70: 
Osnabruck, 1,015.09; Oso, 212.06; Osprev, 200.60; Otonabee, 575.41; Oxford- 
on-Rideau, 511.86; Oxford East, 265.91; Oxford North, 205.74; Oxford 
West, 246.89; Paipoonge, 564.81; Pakenham, 267.84; Palmerston and North 
and South Canonto, 72.75; Papineau, 80.67; Peel, 462.67; Pelham, 423.41 
Pembroke, 253.93; Percy, 407.79; Petawawa, 453.29; Pickering, 2,218.60 
Pilkington, 196.22 ; Pittsburgh, 948.87 ; Plantagenet North, 925.61 ; Plantagenet 
South, 1,036.18; Plympton, 1,112.00; Portland, 598.26; Proton, 235.16 
Puslinch, 354.75; Radcliffe, 104.93; Raglan, 113.33; Rainham, 675.37; Raleigh 
664.32; Rama, 251.33; Ramsay, 470.23; Ratter and Dunnet, 7.82; Rawdon 
926.42; Reach, 666.04; Richmond, 802.45; Rochester, 768.88; Rolph, Buchanan 
Wylie and McKay, 256.03; Romnev, 211,13; Ross, 650.56; Roxborough 
836.68; Russell, 1,197.69; Ryde, 726'.09; St. Edmunds, 27.29; St. Vincent 
208.34; Saltfleet, 1,649.82; Sandwich East, 3,124.29; Sandwich South, 694.55 
Sandwich West, 3,024.41; Sarawak, 93.34; Sarnia, 1,053.47; Saugeen, 254.71 
Schreiber, 164.25; Scott, 438.69; Scupog, 127.95; Sebastopol, 86.04; Seneca, 
696.89; Seymour, 543.72; Sheffield, 516.68; Sherborne, McClintock, Living- 
stone, Lawrence and Nightingale, 70.17; Sherbrooke, 128.29; Sherbrooke 
South, 118.31; Sherwood, Jones and Burns, 174.18; Shuniah, 650.36; Sidney, 
2,206.28; Smith, 641.75; Snowdon, 52.62; Sombra, 1,052.20; Somerville, 
264.03; Sophiasburg, 862.24; Southwold, 1,146.91; Springer, 759.21; Stafford, 
623.28; Stamford, 3,288.21; Stanhope, 162.83; Stanley, 311.09; Stephen, 
394.00; Stephenson, 5.44; Stisted, 155.89; Storrington, 756.93; Sullivan, 
272.80; Sunnidale, 1,062.74; Sydenham, 315.60; Tarentorus, 1,423.50; Tay, 
932.44; Teck, 11,138.48; Tecumseth, 1,103.46; Thorah, 430.69; Thorold, 
1,059.23; Thurlow, 3,897.19; Tilbury East, 406.12; Tilbury North, 652.73; 



1956-57 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 



Q13 



Child Welfare Branch — Continued 



Services, Expenses, Grants, etc., under The Child Welfare Act — Continued 

Townships — Continued 

Tilbury West, 439.03; Tiny, 1,636.87; Tisdale, 925.87; Torbolton, 346.02; 
Toronto, 5,968.83; Toronto Gore, 113.86; Tossorontio, 362.39; Townsend, 
1,436.18; Trafalgar, 2,772.25; Tuckersmith, 292.45; Tudor and Cashel, 
108.99; Turnberry, 183.82; Tyendinaga, 1,005.83; Usborne, 304.66; Uxbridge, 
442.12; Vaughan, 2,274.12; Verulam, 712.28; Vespra, 826.58; Wainfleet, 
523.87; Wallace, 128.78; Walpole, 1,329.23; Walsingham North, 1,128.11; 
Walsingham South, 681.63; Warwick, 975.86; Waterloo, 2,390.38; Waters, 
131.49; Wawanosh East, 185.11 ; Wawanosh West, 202.46; Wellesley, 1,219.79; 
Westmeath, 1,168.91; Westminster, 3,392.41; Whitby, 747.15; Whitby 
East, 463.83; Whitchurch, 1,133.87; Whitney, 136.59; Widdifield, 3,354.31; 
Wilberforce, 474.28; Williams East, 398.12; Williams West, 319.85; Williams- 
burg, 935.12; Willoughby, 183.72; Wilmot, 1,324.08; Winchester, 851.03; 
Windham, 1,994.28; Wolfe Island, 678.76; Wolford, 252.93; Wollaston, 124.56; 
Woodhouse, 1,041.79; Woolwich, 1,261.98; Yarmouth, 1,494.11; Yonge, 
Front of, 351.90; Yonge and Escott, Rear of, 223.94; Zone, 107.58; Zorra 
East, 519.44; Zorra West, 408.82 345,626 30 



Improvement Districts: 

Beardmore, 97.99; Cameron, 643.99; Longlac, 385.99; McGarry, 651.31; 
Marathon, 182.84; Terrace Bay, 164.25; Val Albert, 155.43 



2,281 80 



Additional Aid to Certain Municipalities: 
Towns: 

Cobalt, 1,001.09; Latchford, 730.74; Mattawa, 3,336.67; Rainy River, 68.70; 

Sturgeon Falls, 4,873.17; 10,010 37 



Villages: 

Hilton Beach 



652 57 






Townships: 

Assiginack, 1,012.57; Baldwin, 967.61; Bonfield, 4,384.71; Caldwell, 983.61; 
Calvert, 2,831.93; Calvin, 1,116.09; Casimir, Tennings and Appleby, 90.69; 
Chamberlain, 2,174.16; Chappie, 391.34; Dowling, 2,528.46; Dymond, 71.69; 
Ferris East, 1,403.97; Gillies, 178.17; Hagar, 1,631.47; Hagerman, 235.62; 
Harlev, 626.78; Hanmer, 2,901.80; Hilliard, 1,024.29; Himsworth North, 
4,342.23; Howland, 100.77; James, 3,528.65; Joly, 565.75; Korah, 1,005.61; 
Larder Lake, 913.70; Macaulay, 903.13; Machin, 836.20; Matachewan, 
588.40; Mattawan, 3,358.35; McCrosson and Tovell, 357.07; McDougall, 
1,901.70; McKellar, 408.47; Morrison, 964.80; Morson, 224.98; Mountjoy, 
1,251.92; Neelon and Garson, 4,029.06; Nipissing, 458.25; Oakley, 167.60; 
Ryde, 2,009.52; Springer, 1,811.71 ; Stisted, 74.81 ; Teck, 14.840.22; Widdifield, 
4,025.07 73,222 93 



Improvement District: 
Cameron 



Legal Services, Witness Fees, Sundry Administration: 

F. H. Hayhurst Company, Ltd., 5,029.94; Accounts under $2,000, 



1.543.50. 

Less: Refunds, legal services recovered 



6,573 44 
2,449 11 



Committee appointed to study Child Care Practices under The Child Welfare Act: 
Sundry Persons, services and expenses 



,753 68 



4,124 33 



276 73 



Grants to Orphanages ($129,285.60) 

(The Charitable Institutions Act) 

Ailsa Craig— Ailsa Craig Boys' Farm, 1,219.20; Chatham— Mercy Shelter, 589.20; 
Clarkson — Armagh, 465.60; Fort William — St. Joseph's Orphanage, 5,341.40; 
Georgetown — Cedarvale School for Girls, 1,628.60; Hamilton — Lynwood Hall 
Children's Centre, 1,014.00; St. Mary's Orphan Asylum, 3,495.20; Salvation 
Army Grace Haven, 1,456.20; Hearst — St. Joseph's Orphanage, 2,421.60; Kings- 
ton — St. Mary's of the Lake Orphanage, 1,348.00; Sunnyside Children's Centre, 



Q 14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Child Welfare Branch — Continued 

Grants to Orphanages — Continued 

982.40; London — Bethesda Hospital and Home, 1,577.60; Fontbonne Hall, 
1,137.20; Protestant Orphans' Home, 2,539.00; Salvation Army Children's 
Village, 2,990.20; Newmarket— St. Faith's Lodge (Warrendale), 1,340.20; 
Ottawa — Maycourt Convalescent Home for Women, 576.40; Protestant Children's 
Village, 824.00; St. Joseph's Orphanage, 11,617.60; St. Mary's Home, 1,775.20; 
St. Patrick's Home of Ottawa (Children's Division), 3,072.40; Salvation Army 
Girls' Home, 1,462.40; Peterborough — St. Vincent's Orphanage, 200.60; Richmond 
Hill — Loyal True Blue and Orange Home, 3,973.40; Scarborough — Pentecostal 
Bethel Home for Girls, 561.80; Rosalie Hall, 1,873.20; St. Agatha— Notre Dame 
of St. Agatha, 2,064.40; Sudbury— Good Shepherd Industrial Refuge, 1,629.40; 
Youville Orphanage, 2,576.00; Toronto — Beverley Lodge, 263.00; Carmelite 
Orphanage, 3,393.00; Catholic Welfare Bureau, 4,670.60; Earlscourt Children's 
Home, 3,128.20; Good Shepherd Industrial Refuge, 2,955.00; The Haven (Lorimer 
Lodge), 2,380.00; Humewood House Association 1,484.20; Ingles House, 476.20; 
Jewish Family and Child Service, 5,246.20; Neil McNeil Infants' Home, 6,214.00; 
Moberley House, 568.80; Protestant Children's Home, 13,843.60; Sacred Heart 
Children's Village, 4,159.00; Salvation Army Children's Home, 2,390.40; Salvation 
Army Women's Receiving Home, 838.80; Salvation Army Vida Lodge, 2,282.80; 
Victor Home, 1,183.40; Working Boys' Home of Toronto, 3,360.80; Waterloo— 
— Kitchener and Waterloo Orphanage Society, 2,291.20; Windsor — Maryvale 
Vocational School, 4,484.00; Maycourt Club of Windsor, 464.80; Salvation Army 
Faith Haven, 1,455.20 129,285 60 



Services Investigating (Family Allowances Act) 

Sundry Children's Aid Societes 532 50 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 532 50 



Services Investigating (The Matrimonial Causes Act) 

Sundry Children's Aid Societies 40,918 19 

Less: Refunded by Official Guardian 40,918 19 



Child Welfare Branch $2,696,040 41 



DAY NURSERIES BRANCH 

Salaries ($21,285.52) 

E. M. Stapleford, 5,409.96; Other salaries, 15,875.56 21,285 52 

Travelling Expenses ($2,196.07) 
M. H. Gibson, 825.64; Accounts under $800, 1,370.43 2,196 07 

Maintenance ($1,099.05) 

Accounts under $2,000 1,099 05 

Day Nurseries — Contributions for Operation and Maintenance ($197,289.13) 

Provincial-Municipal Programme: 

Grants to Municipalities under The Day Nurseries Act: 

City of Brantford, 796.05; City of Hamilton, 2,019.29; Town of Matheson, 
25.00; City of Oshawa, 850.06; City of Ottawa, 6,319.56; City of Peter- 
borough, 1,247.63; City of St. Catharines, 4,233.76; Town of Strathroy, 
3,206.25; Township of Tisdale, 503.50; City of Toronto, 175,710.92; Town- 
ship of Wicksteed, 877.11; Township of York, 1,500.00 197,289 13 

Day Nurseries Branch $221,869 77 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE Q 15 

MOTHERS' ALLOWANCES BRANCH 
Salaries ($127,213.50) 

W. J. Chalmers, 4,699.98; M. B. Lopatto, 4,710.00; E. T. Plant, 7,699.98; W. A. 

Reddick, 3,829.92; Other salaries, 106,273.62 127,213 50 

Travelling Expenses ($160.68) 
Accounts under $800 160 68 

Maintenance ($12,402.53) 
Queen's Printer, 11,908.52; Accounts under $2,000, 494.01 12,402 53 

Allowances in accordance with The Mothers' Allowances Act ($6,985,224.75) 

Counties, Cities, Towns and Districts 6,282,693 79 

Fuel Allowances — Sundry Persons 702,530 96 

Medical Services ($308,137.20) 
Ontario Medical Association 308,137 20 

Mothers' Allowances Branch $7,433,138 66 

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE BRANCH 

Salaries ($283,583.22) 
M. Borczak, 7,699.98; M. H. Hutton, 4,699.98; Other salaries, 271,183.26.... 283,583 22 

Travelling Expenses ($236.41) 

Accounts under $800 236 41 

Maintenance ($18,604.68) 
Queen's Printer, 16,187.50; Accounts under $2,000, 2,417.18 18,604 68 

Old Age Assistance and Blind Persons' Allowances ($10,285,849.34) 

Assistance in accordance with The Old Age Assistance Act, 1951 
and The Old Age Pensions Act ($9,463,689.36) 

Counties, Cities, Towns, Districts and Other Provinces 9,401,924 30 

Less: Inter-Provincial Accounts Receivable 149,377 38 

9,252,546 92 

Inter- Provincial Accounts Payable by Ontario to: 

Alberta, 4,892.54; British Columbia, 10,748.62; Manitoba, 6,856.57; New Bruns- 
wick, 3,900.35; Newfoundland, 1,640.00; Nova Scotia, 5,593.60; Quebec, 24,417.98; 
Saskatchewan, 3,715.40 61,765 06 

Inter- Provincial Accounts Receivable by Ontario: 

Alberta, 8,873.16; British Columbia, 11,132.50; Manitoba, 21,406.56; New 
Brunswick, 13,740.30; Newfoundland, 10,387.52; Nova Scotia, 9,431.58; Prince 
Edward Island, 2,087.96; Quebec, 60,986.18; Saskatchewan, 11,331.62 149,377 38 

Total $9,463,689 36 

Payable by Ontario 4,692,335 69 

Payable by Government of Canada 4,696,664 98 

Payable by Other Provinces 74,688 69 

9,463,689 36 

Balance Balance 

Outstanding Debits Credits Outstanding 

March 31, Charged Paid March 31, 

1956 1956-1957 1956-1957 1957 

Government of Canada 4,696,664 98 4,696,617 11 47 87 

Other Provinces 957 06 74,688 69 75,645 75 



957 06 4,771,353 67 4,772,262 86 47 87 



Q 16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Old Age Assistance Branch — Continued 
Allowances in accordance with The Blind Persons' Allowances Act, 1951 ($822,159.98) 

Counties, Cities, Towns, Districts and Other Provinces 818,686 43 

Less: Inter-Provincial Accounts Receivable 15,647 52 

803,038 91 

Inter-Provincial Accounts Payable by Ontario to: 

Alberta, 600.00; British Columbia, 120.00; Manitoba, 416.25; New Brunswick, 
260.00; Newfoundland, 110.00; Nova Scotia, 90.00; Prince Edward Island, 170.00; 
Quebec, 1,537.30; Saskatchewan, 170.00 3,473 55 

Inter-Provincial Accounts Receivable by Ontario: 

Alberta, 400.00; British Columbia, 640.00; Manitoba, 3,500.32; New Brunswick, 
2,949.12; Newfoundland, 1,160.00; Nova Scotia, 1,780.00; Prince Edward Island, 
385.00; Quebec, 3,913.08; Saskatchewan, 920.00 15,647 52 

Total $822,159 98 

Payable by Ontario 204,259 51 

Payable by Government of Canada 613,988 59 

Payable by Other Provinces 3,911 88 

822,159 98 

Balance Balance 

Outstanding Debits Credits Outstanding 

March 31, Charged Paid March 31, 

1956 1956-1957 1956-1957 1957 

Government of Canada 613,988 59 613,988 59 

Other Provinces 70 00 3,91188 3,98188 

70 00 617,900 47 617,970 47 

Medical Services ($1,298,630.55) 
Ontario Medical Association 1,298,630 55 



Medical and Surgical Treatment to Recipients of Allowances 
under The Blind Persons' Act (Canada) ($3,197.09) 

Sundry payments 10,399 55 

Less: Government of Canada Repayment 7,202 46 

Old Age Assistance Branch $6,500,895 02 



3,197 09 



FIELD SERVICES BRANCH 

Salaries ($502,282.99) 

J. G. Anderson, 4,650.00; F. R. Bell, 5,250.00; W. K. Birnie, 5,250.00; C. A. Chapman, 
5,250.00; E. W. Chown, 5,910.00; J. M. Daigle, 4,650.00; H. R. Dignam, 4,650.00; 
M. V. Dike, 4,749.96; W. S. Doherty, 5,160.00; N. Drew, 5,250.00; F. G. McNeely, 
5,049.96; L. Miller, 5,250.00; P. G. Pierre, 5,160.00; E. V. Ralph, 4,650.00; 
R. G. Reid, 5,250.00; L. L. Sicard, 5,049.96; S. Smith, 6,210.00; R. F. Thompson, 
5,049.96; Other salaries, 409,843.15 502,282 99 



Travelling Expenses ($135,182.01) 

J. G. Anderson, 2,419.92; E. E. Armstrong, 925.26; W. L. Baxter, 1,221.85; F. R. 
Bell, 1,749.65; J. Berthelot, 1,177.73; W. K. Birnie, 2,035.22; A. Boissonneault 
1,443.05; M. A. Brankin, 990.04; P. Brydon, 2,050.09; G. T. Buchanan, 1,217.84 
S. M. Carmichael, 1,780.19; C. A. Chapman, 2,188.13; J. L. Charlebois, 977.45 
E. W. Chown, 1,835.54; M. E. Clingen, 827.64; J. I. Connelly, 982.40; J. L 
Cousineau, 800.94; A. C. Cox, 1,137.92; C. G. Curry, 1,093.99; J. M. Daigle 
2,772.20; J. D. Dempsey, 829.80; H. R. Dignam, 1,563.09; M. G. Dixon, 803.67 
M. E. Dobie, 800.87; W. S. Doherty, 2,570.02; N. Drew, 2,600.21; P. Ecclestone 
1,383.09; L. I. Farnden, 820.08; W. G. Gibson, 2,516.61; N. Golden, 1,049.89 
P. E. Griffiths, 1,209.30; P. Groulx, 1,667.50; O. B. Hall, 1,167.10; H. J. Hare 









1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE Q 17 

Field Services Branch — Continued 
Travelling Expenses — Continued 

1,000.18; L. V. Hawkins, 881.99; E. V. Hewson, 1,061.16; B. Hobbs, 1,124.18; 
V. B. Hutchings, 2,760.23; M. Irish, 923.58; J. B. Jarrell, 901.38; M. W. Kirkup, 
1,545.18; A. Lalonde, 1,108.19; E. M. Macartnev, 1,488.42; A. E. MacColl, 
890.53; S. E. MacLean, 945.90; M. MacRow, 946.30; M. M. Maxwell, 1,017.51; 
W. H. McBrien, 1,229.14; G. A. McCool, 991.09; A. L. McLaren, 889.76; M. A. 
McLeod, 921.02; F. G. McNeely, 1,782.71; L. Miller, 1,734.34; C. L. Moore, 
1,467.93; F. M. Morgan, 4,405.57; A. W. Morrow, 1,378.13; N. E. Mortson, 
1,190.79; T. E. Mullarkey, 1,003.13; E. R. Murray, 1,147.71; Y. Periard, 1,199.91; 
P. G. Pierre, 2,374.46; E. M. Praill, 882.18; E. V. Ralph, 1,460.30; R. G. Reid, 
1,941.00; K. N. Rexford, 1,035.66; J. E. Sheridan, 1,895.08; L. L. Sicard, 1,804.58; 
G. K. Strader, 1,207.97; H. M. Sutton, 977.03; J. Taylor, 1,928.58; I. O. Telford, 
1,136.21; G. E. Thomas, 1,897.33; C. E. Thompson, 1,825.22; R. F. Thompson, 
1,509.01; E. G. Tothill, 914.40; H. Vaillancourt, 1,189.30; H. I. Waller, 1,080.04; 
V. M. White, 2,118.81; G. A. Wilson, 1,785.47; M. A. Wilson, 801.97; E. S. 
Wing, 984.83; Accounts under $800, 19,888.34 135,182 01 

Maintenance ($20,315.77) 
Accounts under $2,000 20,315 77 

Field Services Branch $657,780 77 



HOMES FOR THE AGED BRANCH 

Salaries ($28,563.51) 

L. E. Ludlow, 7,699.98; J. R. Young, 4,860.00; Other salaries, 16,003.53 28,563 51 

Travelling Expenses ($3,761.77) 

L. E. Ludlow, 921.42; A. MacDonald, 1,463.43; J. R. Young, 929.94; Accounts 

under $800, 446.98 3,761 77 

Maintenance ($5,888.69) 

Queen's Printer, 2,665.10; William Ralston, 2,445.00; Accounts under $2,000, 

778.59 5,888 69 

Staff Training ($40.00) 
Sundry Employees 40 00 

Maintenance of Indigents ($1,243.00) 
Blind River— St. Joseph's Villa, 31.00; Port Arthur— St. Joseph's Manor, 1,212.00. . 1,243 00 

Grants to Refuges — Aid for Maintenance ($260,145.40) 

(The Charitable Institutions Act) 

Agincourt — Florence Nightingale Home, 775.60; Barrie — Grand Lodge of Ontario, 
I.O.O.F. Home, 3,241.80; Blind River— St. Joseph's Villa, 2,894.00; Brantford— 
Brantford Widows' Home, 1,234.60; Chatham — Home for the Friendless, 1,454.40; 
Cornwall — St. Paul's Home, 6,444.60; Dundas — House of Providence, 9,506.40; 
Erindale — Carmel Heights, 2,005.20; Gait — Salvation Army Eventide Home, 
8,172.00; Guelph— Elliott Home, 1,697.00; House of Providence, 2,471.60; 
Salvation Army Eventide Home, 2,523.80; Hamilton — Aged Women's Home, 
3,473.80; Kingston— House of Providence, 11,978.60; London— House of Pro- 
vidence, 9,110.00; McCormick Home for Aged, 7,181.40; New Liskeard — North- 
dale Manor, 241.80; Orillia— Hillcrest Lodge, 703.60; Salvation Army Sunset 
Lodge, 897.60; Ottawa— Bronson Memorial, 2,807.80; Protestant Home for the 
Aged, 2,110.20; St. Charles' Home, 19,219.20; St. Patrick's Home, 6,056.20; 
Pembroke — Marianhill Home for the Aged, 5,532.00; Peterborough — Anson 
House, 2,286.40; House of Providence, 4,869.40; Port Arthur— St. Joseph's 
Manor, 4,948.00; Preston — Fairview Mennonite Home, 3,952.60; St. Catharines — 
Mount Carmel Home, 3,309.60; St. Thomas— Thomas Williams Home, 1,775.80; 
Toronto — Aged Men's Home (Tweedsmuir House), 4,217.40; Aged Women's 

SIG.— 24 



Q 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Homes for the Aged Branch — Continued 
Grants to Refuges — Aid for Maintenance — Continued 

Home (Belmont House), 9,007.00; Aged Women's Home (Ewart House), 5,191.60; 
Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 20,381.00; Church Home for the 
Aged, 3,097.00; House of Providence, 40,295.00; Ina Grafton Gage Home, 
2,955.20; Jewish Home for the Aged, 11,909.80; Julia Greenshields Memorial 
Home, 2,005.60; Laughlen Lodge, 12,257.60; Salvation Army Eventide Home, 
4,016.80; Salvation Army Sunset Lodge, 3,187.80; Strachan Houses, 2,691.60; 
Vineland — United Mennonite Home for the Aged, 2,536.80; Windsor — The 
Homestead, 1,859.00; Villa Maria, 1,661.20 260,145 40 

Subsidies on Operation and Maintenance Costs ($1,091,703.32) 

The Homes for the Aged Act, 1955, Sections 24 and 25 

Payments under Section 24 ($1,057,867.35): 
Cities: 

Belleville, 5,505.20; Brantford, 34,751.24; Cornwall, 8,446.91; Fort William, 
9,094.27; Gait, 2,703.68; Hamilton, 49,324.89; Kingston, 4,323.42; Kitchener, 
6,378.27; London, 44,856.24; Niagara Falls, 613.01; North Bay, 4,720.90; 
Oshawa, 14,860.80; Owen Sound, 2,523.01; St. Catharines, 5,447.83; St. 
Thomas, 273.02; Sarnia, 1,634.68; Sault Ste. Marie, 25,117.19; Stratford, 
5,139.33; Metropolitan Toronto, 443,731.56; Waterloo, 2,218.16; Welland, 
294.77; Woodstock, 941.03 672,899 41 

Towns : 

Acton, 571.54; Ajax, 3,322.26; Alexandria, 627.61; Alliston, 319.93; Almonte, 
16.96; Amherstburg, 470.37; Arnprior, 193.98; Aurora, 810.47; Aylmer, 
767.06; Barrie, 3,416.90; Blenheim, 327.90; Blind River, 699.95; Bothwell, 
78.24; Bowmanville, 780.78; Brampton, 1,863.41; Bruce Mines, 192.74; 
Burlington, 2,235.47; Cache Bay, 55.43; Campbellford, 427.73; Carleton 
Place, 29.29; Chesley, 243.58; Clinton, 735.14; Cobourg, 1,083.28; Colling- 
wood, 1,260.12; Delhi, 1,041.93; Deseronto, 664.90; Dresden, 206.59; Dundas, 
1,183.42; Dunnville, 635.70; Durham, 350.74; Eastview, 213.75; Elmira, 815.90; 
Essex, 356.65: Exeter, 902.80; Fergus, 286.17; Forest, 102.50; Fort Erie, 
623.40; Fort Frances, 5,832.98; Georgetown, 918.77; Goderich, 2,072.15; 
Grimsby, 750.73; Hanover, 950.16; Harriston, 86.57; Harrow, 184.79; Hawkes- 
bury, 1,372.72; Hespeler, 954.91 ; Ingersoll, 103.18; Kearney, 28.19; Kincardine, 
406,86; Kingsville, 386.37; La Salle, 179.62; Leamington, 1,046.70; Lindsay, 
777.21; Listowel, 641.84; Mattawa, 188.05; Meaford, 686.29; Merritton, 
1,406.01; Midland, 1,741.09; Milton, 739.01; Mitchell, 442.40; Mount Forest, 
121.27; Nesterville, 16.91; Newmarket, 1,315.01; Niagara, 546.92; Oakville, 
2,578.08; Ojibway, 195.12; Orillia, 3,064.33; Palmerston, 106.84; Paris, 
1,428.09; Parkhill, 58.23; Parry Sound, 1,164.79; Pembroke, 492.36; Penetan- 
guishene, 504.92; Perth, 37.99; Petrolia, 173.19; Picton, 1,238.81; Port Col- 
borne, 1,264.83; Port Dalhousie, 472.11; Port Dover, 517.78; Port Elgin, 
198.47; Port Hope, 987.48; Powassan, 172.12; Preston, 2,538.64; Rainy River, 
664.79; Renfrew, 312.40; Ridgetown, 269.88; Riverside, 456.25; Rockland, 
295.45; Seaforth, 573.92; Simcoe, 2,522.57; Smiths Falls, 320.55; Southampton, 
239.97; Stayner, 221.99; Stoney Creek, 426.27; Strathroy, 219.36; Sturgeon 
Falls, 428.73; Tecumseh, 330.81; Thessalon, 429.44; Thornbury, 232.38; 
Thorold, 425.21; Tilbury, 319.99; Tillsonburg, 312.57; Trout Creek, 46.74; 
Uxbridge, 860.08; Vankleek Hill, 321.22; Walkerton, 457.38; Wallaceburg, 
945.91; Whitby, 3,642.68; Wiarton, 238.16; Wingham, 846.92 85,367 10 

Villages: 

Ailsa Craig, 21.08; Alfred, 134.85; Alvinston, 41.25; Arkona, 20.82; Arthur, 
54.62; Athens, 141.33; Ayr, 175.39; Bancroft, 559.36; Barry's Bay, 21.62; 
Beamsville, 411.48; Beaverton, 539.66; Beeton, 100.11; Belle River, 155.07; 
Bloomfield, 180.66; Blyth, 195.61; Bobcaygeon, 77.83; Bolton, 131.10; 
Bradford, 319.93; Braeside, 16.56; Bridgeport, 232.56; Brighton, 208.21; 
Bronte, 271.95; Brussels, 221.40; Burk's Falls, 161.74; Caledonia, 218.16; 
Cannington, 441.28; Cardinal, 526.79; Casselman, 172.73; Cayuga, 97.39; 
Chalk River, 15.97; Chatsworth, 77.10; Chesterville, 470.71; Chippawa, 
254.95; Clifford, 28.86; Cobden, 23.76; Colborne, 116.17; Coldwater, 84.88; 
Courtright, 25.13; Creemore, 117.52; Crystal Beach, 216.21; Deloro. 360.95; 
Drayton, 35.73; Dundalk, 165.06; Dutton, 142.39; Eganville, 30.77; Elmvale, 
150.17; Elora, 74.55; Embro, 29.50; Erieau, 70.33; Erie Beach, 24.61; Erin, 
31.6-1; Fenelon Falls, 80.64; Finch, 182.52; Flesherton, 91.22; Fonthill, 



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Q 19 



Homes for the Aged Branch — Continued 

Subsidies on Operation and Maintenace Costs — Continued 

Payments under Section 24 — Continued 
Villages — Continued 

131.53; Frankford, 622.69; Glencoe, 51.20; Grand Bend, 46.34; Hagersville, 
219.22; Hastings, 91.28; Havelock, 141.29; Hensall, 288.04; Hepworth, 
28.87; Highgate, 34.28; Hilton Beach, 87.92; Iroquois, 400.26; Jarvis, 74.73; 
Kemptville, 304.08; Killaloe Station, 15.58; Lakefield, 299.95; Lanark, 4.16; 
Lancaster, 160.10; Lion's Head, 35.18; L'Orignal, 139.39; Lucan, 33.13; 
Lucknow, 131.71; Madoc, 683.90; Magnetawan, 18.92; Markdale, 178.09; 
Markham, 442.81; Marmora, 626.91; Maxville, 275.38; Merrickville, 191.02; 
Mildmay, 94.72; Millbrook, 74.68; Milverton, 235.56; Morrisburg, 826.14; 
Neustadt, 83.61; Newboro, 59.10; Newbury, 9.03; Newcastle, 102.59; New 
Hamburg, 407.95; Norwich, 85.69; Norwood, 143.64; Oil Springs, 24.35; 
Omemee, 36.53; Paisley, 84.80; Pickering, 421.61; Point Edward, 142.16; 
Port Burwell, 76.90; Port Credit, 1,092.08; Port McNicoll, 289.46; Port 
Perry, 787.00; Port Rowan, 133.91; Port Stanley, 497.45; Richmond, 6.17; 
Richmond Hill, 740.70; Ripley, 61.35; Rockcliffe Park, 119.44; Rodney, 
148.10; Rosseau, 52.30; St. Clair Beach, 108.55; Shallow Lake, 34.75; South 
River, 208.85; Springfield, 56.01; Stirling, 681.79; Stouffville, 397.19; Streets- 
ville, 245.65; Sturgeon Point, 18.27; Sundridge, 119.08; Sutton, 387.79; 
Tara, 72.17; Tavistock, 66.38; Teeswater, 105.55; Thamesville, 132.74; 
Thedford, 30.63; Tiverton, 29.78; Tottenham, 108.82; Tweed, 850.65; Victoria 
Harbour, 104.46; Vienna, 41.77; Wardsville, 11.54; Wasaga Beach, 293.81; 
Waterdown, 180.48; Waterford, 332.86; Watford, 61.66; Wellington, 258.09; 
West Lome, 146.20; Westport, 128.49; Wheatley, 117.80; Winchester, 505.93; 
Woodbridge, 432.08; Woodville, 25.29; Wyoming, 26.70 27,668 64 

Townships: 

Adelaide, 174.18; Adjala, 326.45; Admaston, 52.98; Albemarle, 95.63; Alberton, 
211.17; Albion, 375.48; Aldborough, 1,053.76; Alfred, 1,110.60; Algona North, 
17.92; Algona South, 7.79; Alice and Fraser, 43.43; Alnwick, 79.21; Amabel, 
290.49; Ameliasburg, 825.88; Ancaster, 1,077.04; Anderdon, 576.33; Anson, 
Hindon and Minden, 220.78; Armour, 97.56; Arran, 436.63; Artemesia, 532.09; 
Arthur, 239.10; Ashfield, 1,100.56; Asphodel, 329.52; Athol, 322.61 ; Atikokan, 
5,875.21; Atwood, 200.22; Augusta, 1,121.25; Bagot and Blvthfield, 23.37; 
Bangor, Wicklow and McClure, 268.07; Barton, 382.25; Bastard and Burgess 
South, 474.54; Bathurst, 10.71; Bayham, 784.15; Beckwith, 10.60; Belmont 
and Methuen, 267.56; Bentinck, 513.63; Bertie, 907.18; Beverly, 406.46; 
Bexley, 48.62; Biddulph, 161.13; Binbrook, 198.09; Blandford, 141.88; 
Blanshard, 609.01; Blenheim, 418.28; Blue, 87.60; Bonfield, 26.66; Bosanquet, 
319.28; Brant, 684.72; Brantford, 1,689.10; Brighton, 161.44; Brock, 1,998.42; 
Bromley, 63.30; Brooke, 311.03; Brougham, 8.18; Bruce, 581.88; Brudenell 
and Lyndoch, 14.61; Burford, 1,306.24; Burgess North, 4.86; Burleigh and 
Anstruther, 144.57; Caistor, 350.86; Caldwell, 68.76; Caledon, 448.03 
Caledonia, 716.66; Calvin, 16.14; Cambridge, 1,166.66; Camden, 368.34 
Canborough, 151.22; Caradoc, 226.89; Carden, 46.64; Cardiff, 52.71; Carling 
113.51; Carlow, 128.76; Carrick, 652.25; Cartwright, 182.56; Cavan, 218.01 
Cayuga North, 217.09; Cayuga South, 101.64; Chandos, 73.69; Chapman 
70.48; Chappie, 761.78; Charlottenburgh, 2,023.72; Charloteville, 1,267.66 
Chatham, 1,296.67; Chinguacousy, 888.43; Chisholm, 32.28; Christie, 54.16 
Clarence, 1,416.66; Clarke, 349.28; Clinton, 1,022.90; Colborne, 664.21 
Colchester North, 286.87; Colchester South, 587.96; Collingwood, 590.73 
Cornwall, 12,661.09; Cramahe, 184.82; Crosby North, 129.34; Crosby South, 
358.90; Crowland, 1,199.96; Culross, 561.13; Cumberland, 1,662.11; Dalhousie 
and North Sherbrooke, 6.50; Dalton, 14.89; Darling, 2.01; Darlington, 554.47 
Dawn, 287.47; Day and Bright Additional, 145.40; Delaware, 96.38; Derby, 
479.97; Dereham, 432.67; Dilke, 145.47; Dorchester North, 246.97; Dorchester 
South, 623.71; Douro, 422.93; Dover, 801.74; Downie, 691.91; Drummond 
11.93; Dumfries North, 996.49; Dumfries South, 941.31; Dummer, 337.03 
Dungannon, 192.08; Dunn, 147.68; Dunwich, 1,021.48; Dysart, Guilford 
etc., 413.10; Easthope North, 557.30; Easthope South, 369.35; Eastnor 
159.68; Edwardsburgh, 573.04; Egremont, 564.67; Ekfrid, 174.18; Elderslie 
528.65; Eldon, 211.58; Elizabethtown, 1,219.75; Ellice, 604.91; Elma, 924.19 
Elmsley North, 7.19; Elmsley South, 298.94; Elzevir and Grimsthorpe 
221.63; Emily, 195.57; Emo, 555.30; Enniskillen, 330.27; Ennismore, 160.54 
Eramosa, 220.55; Erin, 256.62; Escott, Front of, 229.56; Esquesing, 798.93 
Essa, 531.03; Euphemia, 148.05; Euphrasia, 550.55; Faraday, 185.75; Fenelon 
272.00; Ferris East, 32.28; Ferris West, 708.70; Field, 27.37; Finch, 1,248.82 



Q20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Homes for the Aged Branch — Continued 
Subsidies on Operation and Maintenance Costs — Continued 

Payments under Section 24 — Continued 
Townships — Continued 

Fitzroy, 42.00; Flamborough East, 1,378.58; Flamborough West, 534.85 

Flos, 450.51; Foley, 149.49; Fullarton, 509.70; Gainsboro, 519.84; Galway 

and Cavendish, 139.88; Garafraxa West, 185.51 ; Georgina,. 523.32; Glamorgan 

42.53; Glanford, 304.48; Glenelg, 356.18; Gloucester, 137.13; Goderich 

874.86; Gosfield North, 374.74; Gosfield South, 662.91; Goulburn, 35.64 

Gower North, 42.55; Gower South, 174.74; Grantham, 3,878.77; Grattan 

31.55; Greenock, 553.01; Grey, 1,126.35; Griffith and Matawatchan, 8.57 

Grimsby North, 793.30; Grimsby South, 417.93; Guelph, 255.94; Gwillimbury 

East, 786.32; Gwillimbury North, 1,372.71; Gwillimbury West, 480.98 

Hagarty and Richards, 22.40; Hagerman, 41.55; Haldimand, 251.96; Hallowell 

825.88; Hamilton, 390.01; Harvey, 272.72; Harwich, 1,114.69; Hawkesbury 

East, 1,668.17; Hawkesbury West, 634.85; Hay, 1,251.03; Head, Clara and 

Maria, 7.79; Hibbert, 522.01; Hillier, 503.27; Hilton, 74.39; Himsworth 

North, 106.09; Himsworth South, 112.40; Holland, 407.21; Hope, 337.96; 

Horton, 41.68; Houghton, 498.65; Howard, 507.24; Howick, 1,375.70; HuIIett, 

1,018.88; Humberstone, 546.83; Humphry, 127.24; Hungerford, 1,108.17; 

Huntingdon, 835.88; Huntley, 29.38; Huron, 637.81; Innisfil, 1,656.22; 

Jocelyn, 128.49; Johnson, 246.84; Joly, 35.24; Kenyon, 1,277.64; Keppel, 

481.05; Kincardine, 584.59; King, 1,292.20; Kinloss, 396.94; Kitley, 325.50; 

Korah, 1,880.07; Laird, 253.61; Lanark, 6.97; Lancaster, 1,488.97; La Vallee, 

506.81; Lavant, 1.91; Laxton, Digby and Longford, 37.37; Leeds and Lans- 

downe, Front of, 710.09; Leeds and Lansdowne, Rear of, 450.55; Limerick, 

132.98; Lindsay, 37.89; Lobo, 176.69; Lochiel, 1,565.82; Logan, 714.89; 

London, 1,508.40; Longueuil, 486.37; Louth, 1,065.47; Luther West, 142.92; 

Lutterworth, 58.77; MacDonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Additional, 284.04; 

Machar, 54.16; Madoc, 774.66; Maidstone, 704.26; Malahide, 1,086.98; 

Maiden, 448.40; Manvers, 188.59; Mara, 1,857.88; March, 17.87; Mariposa, 

392.54; Markham, 2,050.34; Marlborough, 14.46; Marmora and Lake, 553.03; 

Maryborough, 250.10; Marysburgh North, 283.89; Marysburgh South, 

258.09; Matchedash, 104.47; Matilda, 1,492.18; Mattawan, 5.61; Mayo, 

92.88; McCrosson and Tovell, 209.61; McDougall, 283.78; McGillivray, 

194.76; McKellar, 53.79; McKillop, 1,038.22; McMurrich, 76.79; McNab, 

76.54; Medonte, 306.87; Mersea, 1,024.73; Metcalfe, 103.91; Michipicoten, 

1,518.26; Middleton, 1,054.68; Minto, 248.72; Monaghan North, 324.56; 

Monaghan South, 89.02; Monmouth, 63.53; Montague, 8.68; Monteagle and 

Herschel, 352.50; Moore, 541.95; Morley and Pattullo, 389.49; Mornin^ton, 

698.48; Morris, 943.64; Morson, 67.26; Mosa, 114.95; Moulton, 230.91; 

Mountain, 1,133.54; Murray, 182.56; Nassagaweya, 324.18; Nelson, 2,496.65; 

Nepean, 157.85; Niagara, 1,262.83; Nichol, 135.35; Nipissing, 75.67; Nissouri 

East, 302.03; Nissouri West, 224.88; Normanby, 741.67; Norwich North, 

223.71; Norwich South, 192.10; Nottawasaga, 890.13; Oakley, 272.96; Oneida, 

236.93; Onondaga, 335.07; Ops, 296.44; Orford, 357.79; Orillia, 903.19; Oro, 

848.78; Osgoode, 82.42; Osnabruck, 1,585.04; Osprey, 422.42; Otonabee, 

773.57; Oxford-on-Rideau, 438.56; Oxford East, 211.07; Oxford North, 163.31; 

Oxford West, 195.97; Pakenham, 8.31; Papineau, 42.80; Peel, 307.81; Pelham, 

265.76; Pembroke, 23.57; Percy, 215.00; Perry, 119.45; Petawawa, 42.07; 

Pickering, 5,458.40; Pilkington, 130.54; Plantagenet North, 1,128.78; Plan- 

tagenet South, 1,263.63; Plummer Additional, 189.36; Plympton, 343.23; 

Prince, 114.97; Proton, 495.17; Puslinch, 236.01; Radcliffe, 9.74; Raglan, 

10.52; Rainham, 288.98; Raleigh, 868.55; Rama, 618.36; Ramsay, 14.59; 

Rawdon, 1,255.92; Reach, 1,638.65; Rochester, 427.72; Rolph, Buchanan, 

Wylieand McKay, 23.76; Romnev, 276.04; Ross, 60.38; Roxborough, 1,306.46; 

Russell, 1,460.60; Ryerson, 80.13; St. Edmunds, 37.89; St. Joseph, 361.81; 

St. Vincent, 438.70; Saltfleet, 1,264.86; Sandwich East, 1,738.03; Sandwich 

South, 386.37; Sandwich West, 1,682.47; Sarawak, 196.55; Sarnia, 325.17; 

Saugeen, 353.64; Scott, 1,079.31; Scugog, 314.80; Sebastopol, 7.98; Seneca, 

298.19; Seymour, 286.67; Sherborne, McClintock, Livingstone, Lawrence 

and Nightingale, 56.72; Sherbrooke, 54.89; Sherbrooke South, 3.68; Sherwood, 

Jones and Burns, 16.17; Sidney, 2,991.00; Smith, 862.76; Snowdon, 42.53; 

Sombra, 324.78; Somerville, 75.30; Sophiasburg, 464.55; Southwold, 1,323.37; 

Springer, 44.20; Stafford, 57.85; Stamford, 2,063.90; Stanhope, 131.60; 

Stanley, 1,040.37; Stephen, 1,317.66; Strong, 85.32; Sullivan, 574.44; Sunni- 

dale, 568.03; Sydenham, 664.57; Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional, 158.93; 

Tarentorus, 1,220.69; Tay, 498.39; Tecumseth, 589.80; Thessalon, 284.04; 

Thompson, 47.34; Thorah, 1,059.64; Thorold, 664.84; Thurlow, 5,283.32; 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE Q 21 

Homes for the Aged Branch — Continued 
Subsidies on Operation and Maintenance Costs — Continued 



Payments under Section 24 — Continued 
Townships — Continued 

Tilbury East, 530.97; Tilbury North, 363.11; Tilbury West, 244.23; Tiny, 
874.90; Torbolton, 22.29; Toronto, 7,540.20; Toronto Gore, 143.84; Tos- 
sorontio, 193.70; Townsend, 1,230.68; Trafalgar, 4,429.45; Tuckersmith, 
978.04; Tudor and Cashel, 147.76; Turnberry, 614.77; Tyendinaga, 1,363.57; 
Usborne, 1,018.88; Uxbridge, 1,087.74; Vaughan, 1,913.47; Verulam, 203.15; 
Vespra, 441.80; Wainfleet, 328.82; Wallace, 686.16; Walpole, 568.76; Walsing- 
ham North, 966.69; Walsingham South, 584.09; Warwick, 301.21; Waterloo, 
2,650.37; Wawanosh East, 619.06; Wawanosh West, 677.10; Wellesley, 
1,352.46; Westmeath, 108.48; Westminster, 1,000.92; Whitby, 1,838.20; 
Whitby East, 1,141.15; Whitchurch, 954.05; Wicksteed, 361.81; Widdifield, 
582.39; Wilberforce, 44.02; Williams East, 117.46; Williams West, 94.37; 
Williamsburg, 1,460.16; Willoughby, 115.31; Wilmot, 1,468.10; Winchester, 
1,328.87; Windham, 1,708.92; Wolford, 216.72; Wollaston, 168.86; Woodhouse, 
892.72; Woolwich, 1,399.24; Worthington, 82.90; Yarmouth, 1,723.99; Yonge, 
Front of, 301.51; Yonge and Escott, Rear of, 191.87; Zone, 140.66; Zorra 
East, 412.31 ; Zorra West, 324.51 271,863 04 

Improvement Districts: 

Cameron, 17.54; Kingsford, 51.62 69 16 

Payments under Section 25 ($33,835.97): 
Cities: 

Fort William, 1,606.91; North Bay, 4,979.13; Sault Ste. Marie, 9,767.03; 

Sudbury, 12,541.30 28,894 37 






Towns : 

Brampton, 728.17; Fort Frances, 3,898.07; Powassan, 315.36 4,941 60 

Homes for the Aged Branch $1,391,345 69 



DISABLED PERSONS' ALLOWANCES BRANCH 

Salaries ($69,358.93) 

G. C. Price, 7,699.98; W. A. Reddick, 3,830.04; Other salaries, 57,828.91.... 69,358 93 

Travelling Expenses ($255.17) 
Accounts under $800 255 17 

Maintenance ($6,248.08) 
Queen's Printer, 5,756.46; Accounts under $2,000, 491.62 6,248 08 



Allowances in accordance with The Disabled Persons' 
Allowances Act, 1952, ($3,715,443.25) 

Counties, Cities, Towns, Districts and Other Provinces 3,706,293 72 

Less: Inter- Provincial Accounts Receivable 24,513 24 

3,681,780 48 

Inter- Provincial Accounts Payable by Ontario to: 

Alberta, 200.00; British Columbia. 699.14; Manitoba, 1,720.00; New Brunswick, 
240.00; Newfoundland, 220.00; Nova Scotia, 267.50; Quebec, 5,317.05; Saskat- 
chewan, 485.84 9,149 53 



Q22 PUBLIC ACCO U NTS No. 1 

Disabled Persons' Allowances Branch — Continued 
Allowances — Continued 

Inter-Provincial Accounts Receivable by Ontario: 

Alberta, 2,258.72; British Columbia, 792.00; Manitoba, 1,928.00; New Brunswick, 
3.123.46; Newfoundland, 1,760.00; Nova Scotia, 820.00; Prince Edward Island, 
920.00; Quebec, 10,971.06; Saskatchewan, 1,940.00 24,513 24 

Total $3,715,443 25 

Payable by: Ontario 1,850,076 28 

Government of Canada 1,853,110 35 

Other Provinces 12,256 62 

3,715.443 25 

Balance Balance 

Outstanding Debits Credits Outstanding 

March 31, Charged Paid March 31, 

1956 1956-1957 1956-1957 1957 

Government of Canada 1,853,110 35 1,853,110 35 

Other Provinces 40 00 12,256 62 12,296 62 



40 00 1.865,366 97 1.865.406 97 



Medical Services ($98,570.85) 
Ontario Medical Association 98,570 85 



Rehabilitation Services 

Salaries ($9,137.63) 

J. L. Amos, 5,949.96; Other salaries, 12,325.32 18,275 28 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 9,137 65 



Travelling Expenses ($234.77) 

Accounts under $800 460 49 

Less: Government of Canada Repayments 225 72 



9,137 63 



234 77 



Maintenance ($3,296.61) 
Queen's Printer. 3,204.81 ; Accounts under $2,000, 91.80 3,296 61 

Allowances in accordance with The Rehabilitation 
Services Act, 1955 ($89,063.74) 

Counties, Cities, Towns and Districts 89,063 74 

Total $89,063 74 

Payable by: Ontario 44,531 87 

Government of Canada 44,531 87 



89,063 74 

Balance Balance 

Outstanding Debits Credits Outstanding 

March 31, Charged Paid March 31, 

1956 1956-1957 1956-1957 1957 

Government of Canada 44,531 87 44,531 87 

Disabled Persons' Allowances Branch $2,081,710 19 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE Q 23 

STATUTORY 
Minister's Salary ($10,000.00) 

Hon. L. P. Cecile 10,000 00 

Charitable Institutions— Subsidies on New Buildings ($697,500.00) 

The Charitable Institutions Amendment Act, 1954 

Clarkson — Armagh, 22,000.00; Erindale — Carmel Heights Home for the Aged, 
52,000.00; London— Salvation Army Children's Village. 28,000.00; New Liskeard 
— Northdale Manor, 33,000.00; Toronto — Canadian National Institute for the 
Blind, 138,000.00; Ina Grafton Gage Home for the Aged, 23,000.00; Jewish 
Home for the Aged, 89,500.00; Moberly House, 34.000.00; Windsor— Maycourt 
Club, 16,000.00; Villa Maria, 262,000.00 .' 697,500 00 

Special Home Care ($17,247.02) 

The Homes for the Aged Act, 1955, Section 15 

County of Halton, 125.00; City of Hamilton, 3,988.75; City of Kingston, 205.00; 
County of Lincoln, 2,646.76; County of Ontario, 200.00; County of Prescott 
and Russell, 240.00; Countv of Simcoe, 1,285.03; Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto, 6,457.58; County of Welland, 1,957.71; County of Went worth, 141.19. . 17,247 02 

New Homes for the Aged — Subsidies on New Buildings ($3,069,310.37) 

The Homes for the Aged Act, 1955, Section 23 

Algoma Home for the Aged, 6,228.93; City of Brantford, 20,153.21; Cits of Chatham, 
90,955.55; County of Essex, 54,323.74; County of Haldimand, 122,500.00; 
Halton Centennial Manor, 45,960.60; District of Kenora Home for Aged, 
261,606.41; City of Kingston, 78,685.53; County of Lambton, 100,000.00; County 
of Lincoln and City of St. Catharines, 61,885.43; City of London, 237,656.68; 
Macassa Lodge, 75,000.00; County of Ontario, 26,563.99; Peel County Manor, 
25,920.65; Port Arthur, Joint Home for Aged, 350,776.51; Rainy River District 
Home for Aged, 25,709.16; Renfrew County Home for Aged, 46,256.85; Simcoe 
County, 91,589.49; Metropolitan Toronto, 643,413.90; County of Victoria, 
138,575.26; Waterloo Countv Home for Aged, 402,584.57; Welland County Home, 
94,166.41; Wellington County Home, 68,797.50 3,069,310 37 

Grants to Assist in the Erection of Housing Units 
for Elderly Persons ($18,000.00) 

The Elderly Persons Housing Aid Act, 1952 

Hamilton Housing Company Ltd., 8,000.00; Senior Citizens Apartments Ltd., 

St. Catharines, 10,000.00 18,000 00 



Unemployment Relief Branch 

R.S.O. 1950, Chap. 403, Sec. 3 
Salaries ($49,174.39) 

A. T. Bosanquet, 7,699.98; D. L. Hennessy, 4,560.00; E. W. Littleford, 4,860.00; 

Other salaries, 32,054.41 49,174 39 

Travelling Expenses ($2,406.95) 
R. V. Sparks, 901.82; Accounts under $800, 1,505.13 2,406 95 

Maintenance ($4,946.76) 

Queen's Printer, 4,310.85; Accounts under $2,000, 635.91 4,946 76 

Direct Relief ($3,907,506.76) 
Cities: 

Belleville, 19,012.44; Brantford, 20,550.34; Chatham. 10,485.09; Cornwall, 
15,934.76; Fort William, 26.725.79; Gait, 7,520.78; Guelph, 6,831.86; Hamilton, 
235,108.86; Kingston, 17,326.47; Kitchener, 13,588.67; London, 103,114.56; 



Q 2 4 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statutory — Continued 

Unemployment Relief Branch — Continued 

Direct Relief — Continued 
Cities — Continued 

Niagara Falls, 14,071.41; North Bay, 3,631.75; Oshawa, 23,800.36; Ottawa, 
141,553.04; Owen Sound, 2,961.13; Peterborough, 29,480.12; Port Arthur, 
25,399.12; St. Catharines, 33,960.39; St. Thomas, 10,388.87; Sarnia, 24,748.02; 
Sault Ste Marie, 17,582.23; Stratford, 9,153.89; Sudbury, 27,485.12; Toronto, 
1,575,090.08; Waterloo, 2,645.40; Welland, 17,640.77; Windsor, 126,161.12; 
Woodstock, 4,829.08 2,566,781 52 

Towns : 

Acton, 295.26; Ajax, 825.12; Alexandria, 5,899.93; Alliston, 674.45; Almonte, 
257.30; Amherstburg, 1,009.95; Arnprior, 1,200.44; Aurora, 662.25; Aylmer, 
1,035.98; Barrie, 4,431.59; Blenheim, 337.40; Blind River, 7,457.79; Bonfield, 
229.65; Bothwell, 428.50; Bowmanville, 1,803.74; Bracebridge, 520.44; Brampton, 
1,918.40; Brockville, 5,844.87; Burlington, 500.60; Bruce Mines, 46.56; Cache 
Bay, 142.72; Campbellford, 853.31; Capreol, 1,208.10; Carleton Place, 1,158.36; 
Chelmsford, 1,588.84; Chesley, 1,051.30; Clinton, 306.24; Cobalt, 789.73; Cobourg, 
1,617.63; Cochrane, 3,145.43; Collingwood, 2,511.60; Delhi, 52.90; Deseronto, 
702.19; Dresden, 712.79; Dryden, 1,349.02; Dundas, 1,390.31; Dunnville, 1,842.78; 
Durham, 1,029.77; Eastview, 11,369.86; Englehart, 1,735.17; Essex, 580.60; 
Exeter, 167.48; Fergus, 518.84; Forest, 948.97; Fort Erie, 1,837.78; Fort Frances, 
6,638.29; Gananoque, 1,807.33; Geraldton, 2,851.31; Goderich, 1,689.20; Graven- 
hurst, 1,466.75; Grimsby, 984.00; Haileybury, 1,746.75; Hanover, 1,125.35; 
Harriston, 82.04; Harrow, 341.32; Hawkesbury, 6,127.22; Hearst, 586.57; 
Hespeler, 351.19; Huntsville, 206.66; Ingersoll, 3,198.51; Iroquois Falls, 40.00; 
Kapuskasing, 707.66; Keewatin, 455.33; Kenora, 7,775.64; Kincardine, 850.52; 
Kingsville, 670.52; La Salle, 475.17; Latchford, 266.77; Leamington, 1,607.30; 
Leaside, 394.05; Lindsay, 1,705.50; Listowel, 532.36; Little Current, 397.15; 
Lively, 575.76; Massey, 67.44; Matheson, 33.04; Mattawa, 2,761.09; Meaford, 
1,229.52; Merritton, 2,532.95; Midland, 4,489.08; Milton, 632.83; Mimico, 
4,421.87; Mitchell, 375.58; Mount Forest, 154.90; Napanee, 3,019.39; New 
Liskeard, 149.16; Newmarket, 5,442.86; New Toronto, 5,142.09; Niagara, 569.28; 
Oakville, 289.49; Orangeville, 1,709.49; Orillia, 7,747.22; Palmerston, 24.58; 
Paris, 1,559.92; Parkhill, 823.04; Parry Sound, 2,358.70; Pembroke, 7,215.17; 
Penetanguishene, 6,877.38; Perth, 248.54; Petrolia, 530.27; Picton, 4,033.81; 
Port Colborne, 3,408.93; Port Dalhousie, 1,641.88; Port Dover, 372.59; Port 
Elgin, 111.81; Port Hope, 1,335.19; Prescott, 571.09; Preston, 535.16; Rainy 
River, 192.12; Renfrew, 5,755.97; Ridgetown, 834.57; Riverside, 897.37; Rock- 
land, 1,508.06; St. Mary's, 613.37; Seaforth, 120.50; Simcoe, 2,204.34; Sioux 
Lookout, 356.12; Smiths Falls, 485.45; Southampton, 773.11; Stayner, 220.21; 
Stoney Creek, 421.79; Strathroy, 757.81; Sturgeon Falls, 8,125.53; Tecumseh, 
3,645.63; Thessalon, 2,407.73; Thornbury, 460.01; Thorold, 4,640.47; Tilbury, 
1,802.66; Tillsonburg, 1,712.95; Timmins, 30,857.26; Trenton, 4,719.29; Trout 
Creek, 597.17; Uxbridge, 432.53; Vankleek Hill, 813.31; Walkerton, 699.84; 
Wallaceburg, 2,573.08; Webbwood, 150.24; Weston, 1,725.61; Whitby, 812.12; 
Wiarton, 501.25; Wingham, 185.08 274,066 05 

Villages: 

Alfred, 1,508.22; Alvinston, 177.49; Arthur, 188.06; Beamsville, 36.00; Beaverton, 
128.64; Bloomfield, 74.10; Blyth, 630.64; Bobcaygeon, 567.62; Bolton, 166.30; 
Bradford, 342.83; Bridgeport, 74.19; Brighton, 371.96; Bronte, 53.75; Brussels, 
227.16; Burk's Falls, 213.84; Caledonia, 651.22; Cannington, 164.76; Cardinal, 
6.00; Casselman, 417.59; Cayuga, 106.14; Chalk River, 812.50; Chesterville, 
122.23; Chippawa, 335.95; Colborne, 594.00; Crystal Beach, 401.01; Dutton, 
506,89; Eganville, 234.75; Elora, 212.60; Erin, 19.60; Fenelon Falls, 34.99; 
Forest Hill, 2,009.23; Frankford, 177.58; Glencoe, 156.30; Hagersville, 1,493.75; 
Hastings, 635.36; Havelock, 447.20; Hensall, 72.00; Highgate. 92.21; Iroquois, 
36.00; Kemptville, 100.26; Killaloe Station, 204.94; Lakefield, 235.31; Lancaster, 
277.41; Lion's Head, 329.87; Long Branch, 4,096.38; L'Orignal, 97.45; Lucan, 
379.10; Lucknow, 20.23; Madoc, 71.08; Markham, 210.00; Maxville, 309.56; 
Merrickville, 730.02; Mildmay, 66.47; Millbrook, 166.42; Milverton, 84.00; 
Morrisburg, 217.94; Neustadt, 20.52; Newbury, 354.27; Newcastle, 410.26; 
Norwich, 710.77; Norwood, 349.26; Paisley, 73.76; Pickering, 438.62; Point 
Edward, 1,327.98; Port Burwell, 60.32; Port Carling, 55.37; Port Credit, 1,150.60; 
Port McNicoll, 868.90; Port Perry, 165.30; Port Rowan, 25.65; Port Stanley, 
137.64; Richmond, 17.68; Richmond Hill, 877.73; Shelburne, 313.82; South River, 
259.64; Springfield, 14.72; Stouffville, 311.50; Streetsville, 201.58; Sutton, 






1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE Q25 

Statutory — Continued 

Unemployment Relief Branch — Continued 

Direct Relief — Continued 
Villages — Continued 

1,988.94; Swansea, 2,094.49; Tara, 32.49; Teeswater, 62.63; Thamesville, 71.24; 
Tweed, 264.94; Victoria Harbour, 449.07; Wardsviile, 341.88; Waterdown, 
403.76; Waterford, 515.62; Wellington, 325.48; West Lome, 606.28; Westport, 
84.00; Winchester, 165.72; Woodbridge, 38.04; Woodville, 167.39. . 37,854 96 

Less: Refund, Village of Ayr 55 64 

37.799 32 



Townships: 

Adelaide, 252.39; Albemarle, 114.67; Alberton, 154.69; Aldborough, 422.05; 
Alfred, 315.24; Algona North, 23.80; Alice and Fraser, 445.47; Amabel, 204.93; 
Amaranth, 308.07; Ameliasburg, 1,060.17; Ancaster, 788.44; Anson, Hindon 
and Minden, 259.39; Armour, 563.30; Armstrong, 318.24; Arran, 26.53; Artemesia, 
58.61; Arthur, 39.04; Asphodel, 262.51; Athol, 259.87; Atikokan, 1,380.52; 
Atwood, 242.04; Augusta, 349.18; Balfour, 416.15; Bangor, Wicklowand McClure, 
391.34; Barton, 1,530.78; Bastard and Burgess South, 200.46; Bayham, 601.44; 
Beckwith, 294.83; Bedford, 310.65; Belmont and Methuen, 230.76; Bentinck, 
220.61; Bertie, 4,816.28; Beverly, 435.42; Bexley, 105.73; Black River, 1,218.37; 
Blanshard, 39.05; Blenheim, 1,038.07; Blezard, 626.37; Bonfield, 30.29; Bosanquet, 
106.45; Brant, 180.20; Brantford, 1,119.47; Brighton, 739.71; Brock, 142.61; 
Brooke, 389.69; Brougham, 66.24; Brudeneil and Lyndoch, 201.60; Brunei, 
477.66; Bucke, 3,562.92; Burford, 1,754.78; Burgess North, 138.32; Burleigh and 
Anstruther, 380.19; Caistor, 62.92; Caldwell, 707.99; Caledonia, 166.50; Calvert, 
6,609.18; Calvin, 120.50; Cambridge, 744.64; Camden, 418.12; Camden East, 
1,224.45; Capreol, 649.12; Caradoc, 1,118.30; Carden, 60.91; Cardwell, 114.03; 
Carlow, 36.00; Carrick, 298.84; Cartwright, 471.22; Casimir, Jennings and 
Appleby, 871.96; Cavan, 196.68; Cayuga North, 409.31; Cayuga South, 395.40; 
Chaffey, 586.93; Chamberlain, 996.09; Chapleau, 570.87; Chappie, 232.11; 
Charlottenburgh, 1,137.13; Charlotteville, 2,544.74; Chatham, 5,436.59; 
Chinguacousy, 2,268.19; Chisholm, 123.07; Christie, 169.26; Clarence, 342.53; 
Clarendon and Miller, 129.68; Clarke, 353.03; Clinton, 2,721.77; Colborne, 
137.07; Colchester South, 974.62; Coleman, 1,079.55; Collingwood, 79.35; Corn- 
wall, 17,492.52; Cosby, Mason and Martland, 742.97; Cramahe, 1,092.99; Crosby 
North, 95.67; Crowland, 21,928.42; Cumberland, 3,073.40; Dack, 47.60; Dalton, 
42.08; Darlington, 781.93; Delaware, 192.40; Denbigh, Abinger and Ashby, 
67.60; Dereham, 392.55; Dorchester North, 1,653.85; Douro, 1,536.43; Dover, 
3,610.90; Dowling, 2,083.02; Draper, 5.52; Drummond, 36.00; Drury, Denison 
and Graham, 261.81; Dumfries North, 605.57; Dumfries South, 310.29; Dummer, 
876.62; Dungannon, 68.06; Dunn, 108.64; Dunwich, 794.83; Dysart, 2,580.53; 
Easthope North, 935.39; Eastnor, 137.09; Edwardsburgh, 569.53; Egremont, 
27.10; Ekfrid, 476.22; Elderslie, 40.83; Eldon, 566.74; Elizabethtown, 2,587.74; 
Ellice, 191.74; Elma, 470.39; Elmsley North, 333.45; Elzevir and Grimsthorpe 
813.13; Emily, 50.52; Emo, 585.44; Enniskillen, 707.09; Eramosa, 746.31; Erin, 
732.01; Ernestown, 2,405.64; Esquesing, 1,015.87; Essa, 2,213.29; Etobicoke, 
20,784.83; Euphemia, 71.44; Euphrasia, 78.00; Fauquier, 357.74; Fenelon, 137.36; 
Ferris East, 887.59; Ferris West, 439.92; Field, 689.07; Finch, 233.47; Fitzroy, 
144.92; Flamborough East, 1,859.85; Flamborough West, 1,757.71; Flos, 353.82; 
Foley, 582.41; Franklin, 95.24; Fredericksburgh North, 695.61; Fredericksburgh 
South, 36.00; Freeman, 66.74; Fullarton, 90.00; Gainsboro, 22.04; Garafraxa West, 
253.25; Georgina, 1,182.72; Gillies. 19.39; Glackmeyer, 1,148.71; Glamorgan, 
60.00; Glanford, 426.10; Glenelg, 104.14; Gloucester, 2,811.08; Goderich, 153.75; 
Gosfield North, 1,134.48; Gosfield South, 132.89; Goulburn, 256.22; Gower 
North, 390.72; Grantham, 15,673.43; Grattan, 407.94; Grey, 330.53; Grimsby 
North, 1,020.92; Grimsby South, 755.83; Guelph, 135.72; Gwillimbury East, 
3,114.96; Gwillimbury North, 3,030.69; Gwillimbury West, 2,065.43; Hagar, 
330.31; Hagarty and Richards, 42.00; Haldimand, 636.45; Hallowell, 888.66; 
Hamilton, 280.93; Hanmer, 125.02; Harley, 570.01; Harris, 754.93; Harvey, 
882.74; Harwich, 3,259.79; Hawkesbury East, 284.35; Hawkesbury West, 595.89; 
Head, Clara and Maria, 168.81; Hillier, 557.77; Himsworth North, 242.83; 
Himsworth South, 723.68; Hinchinbrooke, 409.51; Holland, 604.55; Hope, 
668.94; Horton, 798.69; Houghton, 740.94; Howard, 36.00; Howick, 357.93; 
Howland, 237.06; Humberstone, 1,132.63; Hungerford, 1,354.51; Huntingdon, 
271.45; Innisfil, 3,057.60; Jaffray and Melick, 1,323.04; James, 130.62; Joly, 
166.30; Kaladar, Anglesea and Effingham, 639.72; Kennebec, 889.61; Kenyon, 
1,886.68; Keppel, 160.50; Kerns, 106.92; Kincardine, 18.00; King, 4,457.67; 
Kingston, 908.99; Kinloss, 468.84; Kitley, 92.50; Korah, 5,392.46; Lancaster, 



Q26 PUBLIC ACCOU NTS No. 1 

Statutory — Continued 

Unemployment Relief Branch — Continued 

Direct Relief — Continued 

Townships — Continued 

613.57; Larder Lake, 1,993.22; La Vallee, 678.42; Laxton, Digby and Longford, 
237.70; Leeds and Lansdowne, Front of, 359.75; Leeds and Lansdowne, Rear 
of, 195.73; Lindsay, 59.29; Lobo, 683.00; Lochiel, 1,543.68; Logan, 147.30; London, 
4,947.41; Longueuil, 45.56; Loughborough, 1,090.20; Louth, 595.99; Lutterworth, 
68.30; MacDonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Addl., 915.89; Machar, 135.70 
Machin, 841.63; Madoc, 399.63; Maidstone, 517.26; Malahide, 1,082.37; Manvers, 
12.00; Mariposa, 512.22; Markham, 2,728.52; Marmora and Lake, 92.82; Mary- 
borough, 386.40; Marysburgh South, 63.15; Matachewan, 2,337.93; Matchedash, 
424.62; Matilda, 652.42; Mattawan, 43.14; Medonte, 1,033.26; Medora and Wood, 
205.64; Melancthon, 311.54; Mersea, 549.39; Metcalfe, 203.00; Michipicoten, 
2,010.37; Middleton, 447.79; Minto, 416.82; Monaghan South, 136.90; Monck, 
437.24; Monmouth, 161.07; Mono, 123.78; Montague, 170.25; Monteagle and 
Herschel, 349.52; Moore, 1,153.98; Morley, 1,013.13; Mornington, 84.00; Morris, 
120.33; Morrison, 468.63; Morson, 22.68; Mosa, 111.63; Moulton, 143.80; 
Mountain, 64.90; Mountjoy, 4,501.61; Mulmur, 684.43; Murray, 1,175.58; 
Muskoka, 1,822.52; McCrosson and Tovell, 63.15; McDougall, 2,498.78; Mc- 
Gillivray, 155.74; McKillop, 126.24; McKim, 5,552.37; McLean, 536.20; Mc- 
Murrich, 144.22; McNab, 300.93; Nairn, 170.94; Neebing, 640.64; Neelon and 
Garson, 4,432.64; Nelson, 879.53; Nepean, 555.16; Niagara, 881.09; Nichol, 
401.97; Nipigon, 1,406.83; Nissouri East, 72.00; Nissouri West, 1,110.73; Norman- 
by, 25.24; Norwich North, 196.64; Norwich South, 609.76; Nottawasaga, 341.88; 
Oakland, 1,274.10; Oakley, 139.68; Oliver, 378.84; Oneida, 644.77; Onondaga, 
22.64; Ops, 582.72; Orford, 172.05; Orillia, 4,484.22; Oro, 724.42; Osgoode, 
1,230.89; Osnabruck, 1,425.80; Oso, 83.45; Osprey, 246.47; Otonabee, 1,774.70; 
Oxford East, 241.34; Oxford North, 485.15; Oxford West, 329.11; Oxford-on- 
Rideau, 1,341.72; Paipoonge, 242.37; Papineau, 488.45; Peel, 456.59; Pelham, 
692.99; Percy, 702.93; Petawawa, 672.50; Pickering, 3,815.53; Pittsburgh, 359.36; 
Plantagenet North, 980.12; Plantagenet South, 181.02; Playfair, 256.96; Plummer 
Additional, 81.01; Plympton, 250.22; Portland, 1,400.91; Puslinch, 74.40; Rain- 
ham, 1,325.26; Raleigh, 2,035.10; Rama, 1,567.24; Ratter and Dunnet, 227.18; 
Rawdon, 98.57; Rayside, 1,093.91; Reach, 1,097.76; Richmond, 131.98; Rolph, 
Buchanan, Wylie and McKay, 762.06; Ross, 203.97; Roxborough, 1,104.09; 
Russell, 1,598.20; Rutherford and George Island, 1,808.52; Ryerson, 631.42; 
St. Joseph, 41.75; Salter, May and Harrow, 248.17; Saltfleet, 3,869.70; Sandwich 
East, 5,804.22; Sandwich South, 295.58; Sandwich West, 4,501.48; Sarawak, 
16.05; Sarnia, 2,115.15; Saugeen, 143.78; Scarborough, 45,346.35; Schreiber, 
128.95; Scott, 914.77; Seneca, 306.69; Seymour, 863.20; Shackleton and Machin, 
774.74; Sheffield, 177.20; Sherborne, 112.45; Shuniah, 601.26; Sidney, 2,183.35; 
Smith, 419.35; Sombra, 279.73; Somerville, 275.81; Sophiasburg, 262.02; South- 
wold, 30.84; Springer, 663.19; Stafford, 173.53; Stamford, 8,462.34; Stanhope, 
248.37; Stephen, 66.68; Stephenson, 291.34; Stisted, 342.46; Storrington, 726.57; 
Strong, 200.96; Sullivan, 251.07; Sunnidale, 432.17; Sydenham, 451.68; Taren- 
torus, 1,422.27; Tay, 2,576.43; Teck, 26,305.98; Tecumseth, 243.52; Tehkummah, 
59.32; Thorah, 176.20; Thorold, 6,733.24; Thurlow, 9,091.57; Tilbury North, 
190.95; Tilbury West, 296.89; Tiny, 5,123.46; Tisdale, 4,262.36; Toronto, 
10,482.36; Tossorontio, 1,172.34; Townsend, 1,073.65; Trafalgar, 2,514.66; 
Tuckersmith, 204.24; Tudor and Cashel, 120.62; Turnberry, 386.41; Tyendinaga, 
1,150.40; Usborne, 132.00; Uxbridge, 525.31 ; Vaughan, 2,750.00; Vespra, 1,389.15; 
Wainfleet, 1,004.49; Wallace, 354.13; Walpole, 22.20; Walsingham North, 
1,158.95; Walsingham South, 867.20; Warwick, 238.46; Waterloo, 2,232.30; 
Wawanosh East, 22.43; Wawanosh West, 116.51; Wellesley, 168.46; Westminster, 
3,003.27; Whitby, 1,098.11 ; Whitby East, 704.35; Whitchurch, 3,302.13; Whitney, 
772.94; Widdifield, 3,699.17; Wilberforce, 65.75; Williams West, 117.92; Williams- 
burg, 275.46; Willoughby, 475.36; Wilmot, 345.10; Winchester, 626.77; Windham, 
1,577.65; Wolford, 487.39; Wollaston, 57.60; Woodhouse, 162.44; Woolwich, 
97.73; Yarmouth, 884.23; Yonge, Front of, 201.00; York, 27,856.84; York East, 
14,796.32; York North, 54,992.24; Zone, 505.43; Zorra East, 512.86; Zorra West, 
151.37 627,625 27 

Less: Refunds, Canborough, 200.94; Crosbv South, 132.77; 

Hilliard, 18.00; Sherbrooke. 49.65 401 36 

627.223 91 



1956-57 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE QJ27 

Statutory — Continued 

Unemployment Relief Branch — Continued 

Direct Relief — Continued 

Districts: 

Algoma, 36,981.79; Cochrane, 75,991.15; Kenora, 28,010.21 ; Manitoulin, 2,213.06; 
Muskoka, 4,800.10; Nipissing, 31,939.09; Parrv Sound, 18,812.52; Rainy River, 
12,564.90; Sudbury, 108,494.42; Thunder Bay, 48,794.21 ; Timiskaming, 18,307.82. 386,909 27 

Miscellaneous: 

Burlington Beach Commission, 835.15; Dental Services, 3,074.00; Improve- 
ment Districts — Balmertown, 47.83; Beardmore, 57.32; Dorion, 46.56; Kendrey, 
40.80; Kingham, 78.13; McGarry, 1,125.75; Red Lake, 766.46; Sioux Narrows, 
66.24; Val Albert, 1,233.19 7,371 43 

Rehabilitation of Indigents: 

Acme Artificial Limb Co., 6,648.55; S. J. Dew, 4,523.60; Accounts under 

$2,000, 2,562. 15 13,734 30 

Less: Refunds bv Municipalities 4,584 61 

9,149 69 

Burial of Indigents: 

Accounts under $2,000 3,766 57 

Total $3,913,067 76 

Less: Government of Canada, Repayment re Assistance 

to Immigrants 5,561 00 

Direct Relief $3,907,506 76 

Unemployment Relief Branch $3,964,034 86 

Statutorv $7,776,092 25 



SPECIAL WARRANTS 

Grant to assist the Mennonite Central Committee, 10 Union Street East, 
Waterloo, Ontario, with the renovation of the Institution known as Allsa 
Craig Boys' Farm located at Allsa Craig, Ontario ($13,964.72) 

Mennonite Central Committee 13,964 72 

Grant to assist the Children's Aid Society of the City and County of 

Peterborough with the purchase of a building purchased by it for use 

as an administration building ($7,500.00) 

Children's Aid Society of the City and County of Peterborough 7,500 00 

Special Warrants $21,464 72 

Total Expenditure, Department of Public Welfare, $29,303,529.72 



PART R 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

PUBLIC WORKS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1956-57 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Main Office 7 

Public Buildings — Maintenance and Repairs: 

General Superintendence 7 

Lieutenant-Governor's Apartment 8 

Legislative and Departmental Buildings 8 

Osgoode Hall and Office Building, Queen and York Streets 9 

Government Buildings 10 

Ontario Government Branch Office Buildings 11 

Public Buildings — Construction, Etc 12 

Locks, Bridges, Dams, Docks and Drainage Works, etc 22 

Aid to Drainage 23 

Miscellaneous 23 

Statutory 24 

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