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E. S.    H.    WINN,    CHAIRMAN
PARKER   WILLIAMS,   COMMISSIONER
HUGH   B.    GILMOUR,   COMMISSIONER
F. W.     HINSDALE,    SECRETARY
N? 226994
Vancouver,   B.C.
CLAIM
NO.
246732
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COMPENSATION
FOR   DISABILITY:
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FROM NOV   19TH
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TO THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
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FIRM NO.
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C. H. MACAULAY
J. P. NICOLLS
R M, MAITLAND
B. C. GRANT
J. D. ALLAN
E. L. BOULTBEE
A. W. ROGERS
WITH   WHICH   IS   ASSOCIATED
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CABLE   ADDRESS MACNIC"
SEYMOUR   3540
December  31,   1927.
ATTE1ITI01T MR*   YIP WM.
Messrs . Wing Sang &    Co.,
51 Pender St.   3*,
CITY.
Gentlemen:-
Bnclosed please  find policy:-
#B.0.10407  - The Home  Insurance Company  -
covering f>3£30.00  on 5000 Boxes   in Shook Form from
False Creek to  Camp,   Galiano  Island,   per Scow "M.23"
in tow of tug  "R.F.M.".
Trusting you will find the enclosure  in
order,  and  thanking you for past  courtesies,  we are,
Yours   very truly,
MACAULAY,   NICOLI
Per/>
BCG:M0
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(B.   0.   Grant) r
CJje $ome Hfnsurance Company
ESTABLISHED   1853
NEW   YORK
CASH CAPITAL $18,000,000
S. C. No. B.C.	
$ 3230.00	
TCATTATW FUfflfflfi).
1. Warranted free of capture, seizure, arrest, restraint, or
detainment, and the consequences thereof or of any attempt
thereat (piracy excepted), and also from all consequences of
hostilities or warlike operations, whether before or after
declaration of war.
2. Warranted free of loss or damage caused by strikers,
locked-out workmen, or persons taking part in labour disturbances or riots or civil commotions.
Should clause No. 1 be deleted, clause No. 3 is to operate
as part of this Policy.
3. Warranted free of any claim based upon loss of, or
frustration of, the insured voyage, or adventure, caused by
arrests, restraints or detainments of kings, princes, or peoples.
General Average and Salvage Charges payable according to
Foreign Statement or per York-Antwerp Rules if in accordance
with the contract of affreightment.
Held covered at a premium to be arranged in case of deviation or change of voyage, or other variation of the risk by
reason of the exercise of any liberty granted to the ship-owner
or charterer under the contract of affreightment, or of any
omission or error in the description of the interest, vessel or
voyage.
Including'transit by craft, and/or lighter to and from the
vessel. Each craft, and/or lighter to be deemed a separate
insurance. The insured are not to be prejudiced by any
agreement exempting lightermen from liability.
The insured are not to be prejudiced by the presence of the
negligence clause and/or lament* d£fectr"claase in the Bills of
Lading and/or Charter Party. The seaworthiness of the
vessel as between the Insured and the Insurers is hereby
admitted.
Warranted free from Particular Average unless the vessel
or craft be stranded, sunk, or burnt, but notwithstanding
this warranty the Insurers are to pay the insured value of
any package or packages which may be totally lost in loading,
transhipment or discharge/ also for any loss of or damage
to the interests insured which may reasonably be attributed
to fire, collision or contact of the vessel and/or craft and/or
conveyance with any external substance (ice included) other
" than water, or to discharge of cargo at port of distress, also
to pay landing, warehousing, forwarding and special charges
if incurred for which Underwriters would be liable under a
Policy covering Particular Average.
Warranted that should the vessel ground within the limits
of the Columbia and/or Williamette and/or Fraser Rivers
and/or Suez Canal and/or Panama Canal and/or Manchester
Ship Canal or its connections and/or in the River Mersey,
above Rock Ferry Slip, such grounding not to be deemed a
stranding, but Underwriters to pay for any damage which
may be proved to have directly resulted therefrom.
Warranted free from any claim consequent upon detention
or loss of time whether arising from a peril of the sea or otherwise.
Warranted by the Insured free from any liability for merchandise in the possession of any carrier or other bailee, who
may be liable for any loss or damage thereto, or who may
have taken out insurance against such loss or damage; and
free from any liability for merchandise shipped under a Bill
of Lading containing a stipulation that the carrier may have
the benefit of any insurance thereon.
All questions of liability arising under this policy are to
be governed by the laws and customs of England.
For convenience the words in BOLD face have been printed
instead of written, but for the sake of construction they are
to be taken as though written.
SHfcereajS, it hath been proposed  to   THE   HOME   INSURANCE   COMPANY,
New York, by **NG   SANG  & COMPANY.
as well in his or their own name as for and in the name and names of all and every other
person or persons, to whom the subject matter of this Policy does, may or shall appertain,
m part or in all, to make with the said Company, the Insurance hereinafter mentioned
and described.
^tott) tf)(0 polity SHttneftSetf), that in consideration of the said person or persons
effecting this Policy promising to pay to the said Company the sum of
as a Premium at and after the rate of per cent, for such Insurance,
the said Company takes upon itself the burthen of such Insurance to the amount of
THIRTY TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY. .(#3230.00)
DOLLARS (Canadian Funds).
and promises and agrees with the Insured, their Executors, Administrators and Assigns,
in all respects truly to perform and fulfill the Contract contained in this Policy. AND
it is hereby agreed and declared that the said Insurance shall be and is an Insurance (lost
or not lost) at and from 	
F1LSE CREEETBiC.  TO CAMP,GALIANO
ISLAND, B.C.
Date of Sailing on or about Dec.28th,1927,
AND it is also agreed and declared that the subject matter of this Policy as between the
Insured and the said Company so far as concerns this Policy shall be and is as follows
upon
5000 Boxes in Shook Form.
*      •     *
VALUED AT:  THIRTY T WO HUNDRED AND THIRTY.
(#3230.00)DOLLARS   (Canadian Funds).
sMaxAsetacslBdab^^ per Scow "M.23M
in t ow of tug •R.F.M." or approved tug.
CONDITIONS:See back of Policy.
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AND the said Company promises and agrees that the Insurance aforesaid shall commence upon the said Freight, Goods
and Merchandise from the time when the Goods or Merchandise shall be laden on Board the said Ship or Vessel, Craft or Boat
as above, and until the said Goods and Merchandise be discharged and safely landed as above. AND that it shall be lawful for
the said Ship or Vessel in the voyage so insured as aforesaid to proceed and sail to and touch and stay at any Ports or Places
whatsoever without prejudice to this Insurance. AND touching the adventures and perils which the said Company is content
to bear and does take upon itself in the Voyage so Insured as aforesaid, they are of the Seas, Men-of-War, Fire, Enemies, Pirates,
Rovers, Thieves, Jettisons, Letters of Mart and Counter Mart, Surprisals, Takings at Sea, Arrests, Restraints and Detainments
of all Kings, Princes and People of what Nation, Condition or Quality soever, Barratry of the Master and Mariners and of all other
Perils, Losses and Misfortunes that have or shall come to the Hurt, Detriment or Damage of the aforesaid subject matter of this
Insurance or any part thereof. AND in case of any Loss or Misfortune, it shall be lawful to the Insured, their Factors, Servants
and Assigns, to sue, labor and travel for, in and about the Defense, Safeguard and Recovery of the aforesaid subject matter of this
Insurance, or any part thereof without prejudice to this Insurance, the charges whereof the said Company will bear in proportion
to the sum hereby insured. AND it is expressly declared and agreed that the acts of the Insurer or Insured in Recovering, Saving
or Preserving the Property insured shall not be considered a waiver or acceptance of abandonment. And it is declared and agreed
that Com, Fish, Salt, Saltpetre, Fruit, Flour, Rice, Seeds, Hides, Skins and Molasses, and the subject matter of this Policy shall
be and are warranted free from average unless general, or the Ship be stranded, sunk or burnt, or unless caused by collision with
any other Ship or Vessel; and that Sugar, Tobacco, Hemp and Flax shall be and are warranted free from average under Five
Pounds per centum, and that all other Goods and also Ship and Freight shall be and are warranted free from average under Three
Pounds per centum, unless general, or the Ship be stranded, sunk or burnt.
In case of loss or damage to the property insured hereunder, same shall be immediately reported as soon as goods are landed
or the loss known or expected, to the Claim Agent of the Company.
It is understood that the Claims Agents are only to intervene for the purpose of ascertaining the nature, cause and extent of
the damage and that they cannot be cited in any legal proceedings, the Insurance Company acknowledging only the competence
of the American and British Tribunals.
See instructions for settlement of claims printed on back hereof.
3Jtt SHttttEfiS EHfjeteof, the President of the said The Home Insurance Company, New York, hath hereunto subscribed
his name and caused the same to be attested by its Secretary, but this Policy shall not be valid unless countersigned by Macaulay,
Nicolls & Maitland, General Agents, Vancouver, B.C., or duly authorized Agents of this Company at place of issue.
Secretary
Countersigned at....3$^COUVer,B .C	
this...l?tn ^^OBmaaL 192.7«
President
MACAULAY, NICOLLS 8s   MAITLAND
GENERAL  AGENTS Any loss or damage which may happen to the property insured under this Policy shall be reported as soon as the goods are
landed or the loss is known or expected, to the Claim Agent of the Company, located at the port of discharge or disaster. Of if
there be no such agent at or near such port, such notice shall be given to an accredited representative of the National Board of
Marine Underwriters (New York), or the Board of Underwriters of New York. In case of loss or damage request said agent or
representative to hold a survey and issue a certificate stating the cause and extent of the loss or damage as well as the market value of the
merchandise involved had it arrived in sound condition. If there be no agent of the Company at the port of discharge or disaster,
nor a representative of the National Board of Marine Underwriters or of the Board of Underwrites of New York, claim certificate
should be obtained from an accredited representative of Lloyds, London, or any insurance company.
After the aforegoing formalities have been complied with, the complete documents should be sent to the Company's Settling
Agents (named below) to enable them to decide as to the liability of the Company. If the claim is in order the General Settling
Agents will authorize settlement and issue a certificate to enable the claimant to collect the claim from the Company's bankers.
IMPORTANT   NOTICE
When goods are discharged from the vessel in a damaged condition, in order to save for yourselves or your underwriters any
rights which you may have against the carrier, it is necessary for you to file claim in writing against the steamship company before
removing goods from the dock. Filing claims against the steamship company will not affect your rights under your insurance
policy.
When sending claim papers for collection of any loss under this certificate, be sure to attach thereto a copy of your letter to
the steamship company, also th£ latter's reply.
CONDITIONS.
WARRANTED free from Particular Average unless caused by
the scow being  stranded,sunk,on fire,or in collision",btit
to pay, claim for jettison and/or washing overboard if
amounting to 10%  of the insured    value.
TO PAY GENERAL AVERAGE AND S ALVAGE  CHARGES  IF  INCURRED.
BRITISH COLUMBIA MARINE DEPARTMENT
Pacific Building
Vancouver, B.C.
MACAULAY, NICOLLS & MAITLAND
General Agents
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Arden  Salt  Company
225     BUSH     STREET
SAN   FRANCISCO
Dec. 29, 1927
Wing Sang Company,
Vancouver, B. C.
Attn: Purchasing Dept.
Gentlemen:-
When relations run along smoothly with a
good customer some of us too often do not appear
appreciative.  It is easy to take our friends for
granted.
If there was nothing to a business but
the making of profit it would be a poor business.
But there is that friendly contact and the satisfaction we derive as human beings from serving as
well as we know how.
And so at the close of another year we
want to express our appreciation for the pleasure
we have derived from doing business with you.
Cordially yours,
ARDEN SALT COMPANY
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DEC. 29th,1927.
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CABLE   ADDRESS MACN1C
POLICY NO.BC.   10407-HCME  INSURANCE CO.N.Y.
5000 Boxes  in Shook Form
False Creek,B.C.  to CampaGaliano
Island,B C.
Per Scow  *l£.23tt in tow of  tug "R.F.M.
16.15 JOHN HUNT
General Manager
Hfogtern Jfel (topflraiiott of (Eattafca iEtmitrfc
Nawatmn, $. (&.
JiK- December 9,   1927,
Mr. Yip Sang,
51 Pender Street, W.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sir:-
Wish to advise you that the rental of
Lot 6 and 7» Newcastle Island, was due on 1st
November, 1927.
Please remit the amount of #450.00 at
an early date.
PS:FH
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Geneva/ Manager.
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BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
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-THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected...
\9 &?:■:.■■..33..: TTyytry^Sr/rArrrS. boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
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marked,
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for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection.
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Place oj Inspection /.AtS^wmitMvuf^xOi \gfmAtl
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Cihna Mutual Steam Navigation Co.,l,td.
Dodwell & Co., Ltd.
General Agents fob Pacific Coast
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"DODWELL"
SAN   FRANCISCO,   CAL.
Vancouver, B.C.
LOS  ANGKLES,   CAL.
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Messrs. Wing Sang &  Co.,
51 Pender St. East,
VANCOUVER B.C.
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Export Entry B-13
EXPORT ENTRY
.$£M0MM.$.f.Q*	
(Place of Lading.)
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Report No..rTy tl.fe^.!J..
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Entry No.
Entry and List of Articles of domestic production and of Foreign Articles, which are not
subject to Export, Customs or Excise Duties, delivered by...&X.I8...MIKL&...GQ.*	
(Address of Owner or Agent.)
to    3» .8....EBOIMIMUS for exportation to ???.?. „?01»	
(Name of Railway or Vessel, &c.) (Country of Final or  Ultimate Destination.)
via.'! immi :	
N.B.  (1)—(State if shipped via United States  Port or direct from Canadian Port.)
Address  of Consignee  and
Marks on Packages
Y.M.
SAM WO HISO * 00
HO 21 QUEEI ST.
JU2H&JEQIEL*
Number of
Packages
Describe   the   articles   fully  as,   canned   pork,
printed co*ton cloth, printing presses, apples.
oats, wheat, etc.   General terms, such as
meats,   dry  goods,  machinery,
prints,    etc.,    will    not
be accepted.
1000
ARTICLES
BOXES WY SALT HERRING
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Quantity
State number
of pounds,
tons, gallons,
yards,  etc.
500,000  LBS.
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Value at Time and Place
of Shipment
Domestic products, including
imported  goods
rcmanufactured
in  Canada
Foreign or
Imported products
in same
condition as
imported
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$9000.00
131927
STAMP OF PORT OF EXIT.
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(Owner , Shipper or Consignor ) hereby certify that the above is a
full and true statement of the kinds, quantities, values and destination of
all the articles delivered by me for exportation as aforesaid.
Signed by  ^^...^^......	
Residence :.....^/...^^4^M.,..£,	
Date MGEMBIS. 0th 1927
B5F3 See Regulations on the other side
3/ No. 2020 B.
MEMORANDUM
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS, CANADA.
Ottawa, 80th June, 1916.
To Collectors of Customs.
Agents of Railway and Steamship Lines and Others Concerned:
CUSTOMS EXPORT ENTRIES.
The special attention of Railway Companies and other carriers of goods is directed to the
following provisions of the regulations as to Export Entries, in force 1st July, 1900, particularly as to an Export Entry (on Form B. 13) in duplicate accompanying the Way Bill of all
goods laden at an inland port or place when consigned as for exportation from Canada.
REGULATIONS   RESPECTING   CUSTOMS   ENTRIES   AND   STATISTICAL    RETURNS    05    GOODS    EXPORTED    FROM
CANADA IN FORCE  AND  EFFECT  ON   AND  AFTER   1ST JULY,   1900.
1. Export entries in duplicate for statistical purposes shall be delivered to the Collector
of Customs at the last port in Canada through which goods for exportation pass outwards for
places beyond the limits of Canada when exported by land, and at the port where laden on the
exporting ship if the goods be exported by water, each such port being herein designated as
"the port of exit from Canada."
Summary of Customs Regulations respecting Export Entries of goods, required to be observed
by shippers and Railway Carriers in Canada, when goods are laden at Inland Railway
stations and sidings and consigned for exportation from Canada.
Note particularly that an Export Entry (on Form B. 13) in duplicate, is required for
Customs Statistical purposes to be forwarded along with the way bill from the place of lading,
in all cases when goods are laden at an inland port or place in Canada and consigned as for
exportation from Canada.
2. The Export Entry may be signed by the shipper or his agent (who may also be the
Railway Agent) in the presence of a witness, and is not required to be attested to.
8. Goods for exportation are classed in the Export Entry form as "Domestic Articles"
or "Foreign Articles." Goods exported from a Customs Bonded Warehouse are to be reported
on the same form (B. 13) but under the heading "Foreign Articles."
Goods exported from an Excise Warehouse are to be reported also on the same form
(B. 13) but under the heading "Domestic Articles."
Export Entries from Customs or Excise Bonded Warehouse as aforesaid are to be marked
at the top as "Ex-Warehouse for Statistics."
4. Export Entries are required for coin or bullion exported, as in the case of other exports.
5. Remember that the Export Entries in duplicate for statistical purposes as above stated
and as ordered by the Governor in Council are to be delivered by the carrier of the goods to
the Collector of Customs at the port of exit from Canada (being the last port in Canada
through which the goods for exportation pass outwards for places beyond the limits of Canada
when exported by land); and that it is most important to have the Export Entries furnished
and firmly attached to the way bill from inland places in order to avoid the necessity for
detention and side-tracking of the goods at the frontier until Export Entries therefor are
obtained and delivered to the Canadian Customs Officer.
6. When goods for exportation arrive at the frontier unaccompanied by Export Entries
from inland stations, the Collector of Customs is to report the facts to the Commissioner of
Customs and state particularly the place of lading in order that the neglect to forward Export
Entries may be traced to the proper railway agent, and that the manager of the Railway may
be notified through the Department of Customs of such irregularity and neglect.
7. The country of ultimate destination to which the goods are destined for a market is
to be stated in the Export Entry as the country to which Exported, and this rule is to be
strictly observed and particularly as to exports of the forest, and of Animals and of Dairy
and other Agricultural products shipped via the United States, as articles may be carelessly
declared by shippers as for exportation to the United States when in fact the ultimate
destination of the shipment is to Great Britain or some other country beyond the United
States, the transit through United States beifiig ifcrely an incident in the course of the
exportation to the ultimate market beyond?
Note Particularly:—
That a separate Export Entry in duplicate should be delivered for each shipment, showing
the name of the shipper and consignee respectively in each case. ...     ; r,
A "general" entry is not acceptable, in wfhich the shipments of several shippers to the same
consignee are "bulked" together without specifying the particulars of each-■shipment Taftd the
name of the shipper in each instance.
Note also, when drawback of Customs duty is claimed, that a third copy of Export Entry,
marked "subject to drawback," should accompany the goods to the frontier port of exit.
Commissioner of Customs.
Penalty for neglect to deliver Export Entry, $400.
Note A.—Customs Officers are instructed to specially direct the attention of Shippers
or their Agents in the execution of Export Entries (Form B. 13) that a separate Export
Entry (Form B. 13) executed in duplicate is required to be made for each shipment less
than a carload lot, also that Export Entries in duplicate are required to be executed for
each car used in comprising a total consignment or shipment. Also that great care is
required to be exercised by the shipper or his Agent in giving the correct quantities and
values on such Export Entries.
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1336: Workmen's Compensation Boarh
•^*30th.l927
BRITISH  CQLUMB^
7i£J Vancouver, B. C. :r?
Girrtlemeni- _. ' "'' :
Claim 24675S Your employee    Mantard Ueko
^t   ^or'tfr Galiaana
had his  hana       injured on   Ifov.l8t5i
Kindly forward immediately Employer's Report
of accident (Form 7) or advise reason it cannot
be sent.
Yours very truly
In reply give Claim No. Claims Dept. CANADA    POtt^RD
THE   ADDRESS   TO    BE    WRITTEN    Cjgj__fyjhs   S'lDE
Yip Sang Co.ltd.
51 Pender St.^.
City cable:  address
fOTEM, VAN COUVER"
COD ES    USED,
BENTLEYS
A.   B.C.  5 T_H EDITION
WESTERN    UNION
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Watkins, Low, Limited
IMPORTERS, EXPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS AGENTS
DOMINION    BANK    BUILDING
VAJSrGOTTVER,B. G.
MEMBERS   VANCOUVER
BOARD   OF  TRADE
Bee ember  14th  1927
SELLING    AGENTS
ARDEN   SALT   WORKS
SAN FRANCISCO
ACME   SHOW   CARD   CO.    LTD.
LONDON.   ENG.
BRITISH   POLYPHON   CO.
LONDON       ENG.
DOBSON   &   CROWTHER,    LTD.
BIRMINGHAM,    ENG.
TEA   &   COFFEE    BAGS
M1DDOWS   BROS,   ft   CO.,   LTD.
LONDON.    ENG.
WHOLESALE   PAPER   MERCHANTS
CANNED SALMON BRANDS
SUPERLATIVE
OSPREY
FLATTERY
ROYAL  CUT
TANK
VIMY   RIDGE
ICICLE
:     AMBASSADOR
CANNED   CRAB
OSPREY   BRAND
IMPORTERS   OF   AUSTRALIAN
FRUIT   PULPS   a    PRODUCE
mmm   Wing Sang Co
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SALT  SiiimHTS.
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As instructed th© foliating has "been
ordered up per Steady Armiral Line leading
at 8&a ?rs!»isod afeowt the    loth inst
lx. Contr&et #   I65
100 tons half ground  Salt  ::
Through, rate from San "Francisco  to Chemainus $3.35
Discharge to he na&de at      Chemainus.
hlndly arrange for proiapt handling or
arrival  of the steaiier,  freight payable t» Vancouver
on advise of delivery.
Should til ere he any alteration in the
ahove arrangmeH&e, kindly advise laiaedia/fcely,   as the
same has been sad© firm with thaShipping Company,
AtfBNTS. STEAMS!   P   COMPANY   OF    j. C-   LTD.
Shipper's No.	
Agent's No ...
BILL   OF   LADING
RECEIVED, subject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Bill of Lading,
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the goods described below, in apparent good order, except as noted, (contents and condition of contents of packages unknown),
marked, consigned and destined as indicated below, which said Company agrees to carry to its usual place of delivery at said destina-^
tion, if a port of call, or so near thereto as the ship may safely get, from the ship's deck, where the ship's responsibility shall cease.
Nature, Weight, Quantity, Measure, Gauge, Quality, Grade, Condition, Brand, Contents and Value unknown, and the
shipowner not accountable for same notwithstanding any written description.
Consigned to
Destination
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No.
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DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES AND SPECIAL MARKS
WEIGHT
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SEE J3&NDITIONS   ON   BACK  HEREOF CONDITIONS
(A)    Wit'h respect   to  Pacific  Coast  water carriage,.
IT IS MUTUALLY AGREED (1) that the Water Car., r has liberty to make deviation, to sail.with or without pilot, to tow and assist vessels ia distress or to be towed, to call at any ports i
goods In lighters to and from the Ship, at the risk of the owner of the goods, and in case such ship shall put back or Into a Port of Refuge, or be prevented from any cause from commencing or
of her voyage to ship or tranship the goods to their destination, by any other ship.
2. That the Carrier shall not be liable for loss or damage occasioned by causes beyond its control; by the perils of the sea or other waters; by fire from any cause or wheresoever occurring by barratry of the master or crew,
by enemies, pirates or robbers; by arrest or restraint of princes, rulers or peoples; by compliance with the orders or instructions of any civil, military or naval officials or authority, whether legal- or illegal, and whether incidental
or not to any state of war at any time existing, by Hots, mobs, strikes or stoppage of labor, insufficiency of labor or any labor disturbances, by explosion, bursting of boilers, breakage of machinery or insulation or of shafts or any
latent defect in hull, machinery or appurtenances, or by collisions, jettison, stranding or other incidents of navigation of whatsoever kind (even when occasioned by the negligence default or error in judgment of the pilot master
mariners, or other servants of the shipowners, not resulting, however, In any case from want of due diligence by the owners of the Ship OT any of them, or by the Ship's Husband or Manager); nor for loss or damage occasioned
by frost. heating, climate, temperature of holds, decay, putrefaction, rust, sweat, yecmln, change of character, drainage, leakage or breakage, hook marks, or Injury from hooks; injury to or soiling of wrappers or ipackages; contact with or smell or evaporation from any other goods; coaling at any time; nor for any loss or damage arising from the nature of the goods or the insufficiency of package; nor for illegibility obliteration errors insufficiency
or absence of marks or numbers, addresses or description, nor for risk of craft bulk nor transhipment; nor for any loss or damage caused by the prolongation of the voyage. The shipowner's responsibility shail commence and cease
at  Ship's  slings  over  the   Ship's  side.
3. That the Carrier shall not be liable for Gold. Silver, Bullion Specie, Documents, Jewelry, Pictures, Embroideries, Perfumeries, Works of Art, Silks, Furs, China, Glass, Porcelain, Watches t
goods of any description whatever above the value of J5.00 per cubic foot; and in no case is the Carrier to be liable for goods th© value of which is beyond $100 per package unless bills of lading a
therein expressed and a special agreement is made.
; explosive or dangerous goods  shipped   without   full disclosure of their nature whether such shipper be Principal or Agent, and such
5. That the Carrier shall have a lien on and right of sale over the goods for all freights, primages and charges, and also for fines or damages which the Ship or Cargo may incur or «uffer by reason of the Illegible Incorrect or
insufficient marking, numbering or addressing of packages or description of their contents or any other particulars required by the authorities at the port of delivery, and also for the expense of exercising any such lien ' And that if
on  sale  of  the  goods at  destination   for  freights, liens  and   charges,   the proceeds fail  to cover said freights. Heps and charges, the Carrier shall  be  entitled to recover the  difference from  the shipper.
6. That the Master of the Ship, and owners or agents of the line or railway company, shall have a lien on the goods, not only for the freight and charges herein and for all payments made and liabilities incurred In respect of
any charges stipulated herein, to be-borne by the owners of the goods, but also for all previously unsatisfied freight and charges due to them by the consignees, and whether payable in advance at the port of shipment or not. That
the shipper and/or owner of the goods are liable together or separately for freight and charges a3 per margin, and for all other expenses Incurred in the event of goods unclaimed-or refused by consignees and sold by Company's
Agents or by Customs not realizing sufficient to pay same in full.
ny depot or lazaretto, and such discharge shall be deemed a final delivery under: this contract,
8. That the Ship may commence discharging immediately on arrival, and discharge continuously, regardless of weather. The Collector of the Port (if there be one at the port of discharge) being hereby authorized to grant
a general order for discharge immediately on arrival and upon discharge the responsibility of the Carrier shall cease and the goods shall be at the risk of the Consignee, and If riot taken by him within such time as is provided
by the regulations. If any, at the Port of Discharge, they may be stored by the Carrier at the expense and risk of their owners. Porterage of the delivery of the Cargo at their option to be done by the Agents of the Ship at
their'tariff rates at the expense and risk of the receivers of. the goods. Tonnage and shed dues shall be payable by the receivers of the goods. When the goods are carried to a port or place where there Is no Wharfinger, warehouseman or other responsible  person  to  receive same on behalf of the consignee, the consignee shall  be on hand to receive the  goods,  package  by package   as  discharged,   and   If   the   consignee   Is   not   on   hand   to   receive   the   said
-■'—    ' -.1. —.   - ~ j'-jCharged,   the master may deliver  the goods by depositing the same on any float,  landing stage, wharf, or on  the sea shore, or on  the bank of  the'river,  or other  usual  place   for delliierlng  goods at
9. That   full  freight   is payable on  damaged  or   unsound   goods,  but no freight is due on an increase in bulk or weight, caused by the absorption of water during the voyage.
10- In the event of claims for short delivery when the ship reaches her destination, the price shall be market prices at the place and time of shipment, unless a lower value has been declared, and unless" written notice of any
claim   for  loss  or  damage   to  any   goods shall  be  given   before   taking  delivery   thereof
11. The shipowner is not to be liable for any damage to any goods, however caused, which are capable of being covered by Insurance, nor for any claim notice of which Is not given before the removal of the goods; nor
for claims for damage or detention to goods, whether under through Bills of Lading or otherwise, where the damage is done or detention occurs whilst the goods are not in the possession of the Shipowner; nor in any case for
more  than  the  market  price aforementioned  or  declared  value  of  the  goods  whichever shall  be  the  least
eight landed  from  the ship, unless  otherwise agreed,  as in  the case of grain and  seed.     Parcels   for   different   consignees   collected    or   made    up   in   single   packages
13. That goods destined to ports, places or docks other than the Ship's port, place or dock of discharge are to be forwarded from thence at the expense and risk of their owners and subject to all conditions exacted by
the Carriers   who  complete  the   transit.
14 That In the event of the vessel being prevented b.y ice, shallow water or other obstructions to navigation from reaching destined port, the Master reserves the liberty of either landing Cargo at nearest open port he can
reach with safety or bringing it back to port of shipment or transhipment, in either case at owner's risk and expense, but charging outward freight only, or should the last vessel of the season have sailed for the above destined
port  the goods  may  be  sent   to  the  port  nearest   to  their  destination  with   which   there   is  direct   communication,  or   the;    may   be   warehoused   at   the   intermediate port at  the expense  and  risk  of  the  owners  of  the  goods.
1:5. In case the whole or any part of the goods specified herein be prevented by any cause from going in the ship, if any named herein,
forward them by a preceding, or succeeding steamer of its line, or by the first available steamer of any other line, and incurs no further liabil
be  conclusive  against   the  Carrier   if such  goods  or  part   thereof,   are  not so shipped,  and  notwithstanding  that   notice  to  that  effect  be  not  given.
16 Also that this Bill of Lading, duly endorsed, be given up In exchange for delivery order.
17 Also  that  freight  prepaid  will  not  be  returned,  go'id*  lost or noi   lost '
18 Also that in accepting this Bill of Lading, the shipper acting for himself and on behalf of the owner and/or consignee of the goods and the holder of the BUI of Lading agree to be bound by alt its terms, stipulations, except.ons and conditions, whether written 'or printed, as being the contract on which the rate of freight is based, and that it is binding on sueh Shipper and/or owner, and/or consignee, as fully as if the said terms, stipulations, exceptions and conditions were all signed by tnem. not withstanding uny custom or usage of any port at which the vessel may load or discharge which may in any Yespect vary or conflict with any of the said terms, stipulations, exceptions
or conditions. Connecting Carriers, their servants and employees shall not be held to be the agents, servants or employees of the Ship or her owners; and no liability shall attach to the Ship on this Bill of Lading, for any goods,
not carried by her, which may be covered hereby, and the Ship's contract is completed on discharging as herein provided the identical goods delivered to her at her port of loading, irrespective of the description of same- In this'
Through Bill of Lading , ■ '
19. Also that in t
of the owner, shipper
amount so paid
20. Also  that  the  Master  of  the   Ship and  owners  or  agents  shall  have a lien  on and  right  of sale  over  the  goods,  not  only, for  the  freight  and  i
charges   stipulated   herein,   to  be   borne   by   the   owners   of  the   goods,   but also  for all  previously  unsatisfied  freight  and  charges  due   to  them  by  the Cl     _„.._..            r_, ...   _. _,_  _..,,,..._.[l ...         ...^   ,
shipper and/or owner of the goods are liable  together and  separately   for such  freight and charges and  for all other expenses  incurred  in  the event  of goods   unclaimed   or   refused   by   consignees   and   sold   by   company's   agents
by  Customs  not   realizing  sufficient   to  pay  same   In   full
21. Carrier  is  not  required  to  notify  Consignee  of arrival  of  goods. . i
11.     General  average  payable  by  cargo  according   to  York-Antwerp  rules 1890,  without any allowance for credit or discount, one pound  sterling being considered  equal   to  (4.80  American  gold.
apply  to goods to be subsequently   forwarded by  rail,  until   the goods are actually on board  cars; and  on  rail  shipments   to  be   subsequently   for-
d  all   the exemptions from  liability contained  in   "THE   WATER  CARRIAGE OF GOODS ACT," enacted by Dominion Parliament of Canada. Chapter
"4.     Where   any   Bill  of  Lading  or  similar  document   of   title   to  goods  contains  any  clause,  covenant  or agreement  whereby.
(a)    The owner, charterer,   master or agent of any  ship,  or   the  ship itself, is relieved from liability for loss or damage to goods arising from  negligence, fault or failure In the proper loading, stowage, custody, care or delivery
of goods  received  by   them   or  any  of  them   to  be carried   in,  or  by  the  ship;  or
(b)'   any   obligations  of  the  owner   or  charterer  of any   ship   to   exercise due diligence to properly man, equip and supply the ship, and make and keep    the    ship    seaworthy,    and    make    and   keep   the   ship's   hold,   refrigerating
and cool chambers, and all other parts of  the ship in  which goods are carried, fit and safe for their reception, carriage and preservation  arc  in any wise lessened, weakened or avoided; or
(c)     the   obligations   of   the   Master,   officers,   agents  or   servants   of  any ship  to carefully handle and stow  goods,  and  to care for, preserve and  properly   deliver   them,   are   in   any   wise   lessened,   weakened   or   avoided;   such   clause,
covenant   or   agreement   shall   be   illegal,   null   and   void,   and   of no effect unless such clause,  covenant  or  agreement  Is in  accordance  with   the  other  provisions  of  this Act."
(B)    With   respect   to   Railway  Carriage.
The   following  conditions   are   the   only   conditions   applicable   to   the shipment  while being transported by rail, and do not apply  to Pacific Coast water carriage:
Sec     1     The Carrier of any  of  the  goods herein  described  shall  be liable for any loss thereof or damage thereto except as hereinafter provided.
See.     2      In the case of shipments from  one point  in Canada  to another  point  in  Canada,  or  where goods  are  shipped  under  a  joint  tariff,   the   Carrier  issuing   this   Bill  of   Lading,   in  addition   to   its   other   liabilities   hereunder,   shall
liable   for  any   loss,  damage,   or  injury   to  such   goods   from   which   the  other  Carrier   is  not  by  the terms  of  this   Bill  of  Lading   relieved,  caused  by,  or  resulting  from   the  act,  neglect  or  default  of  any  other  Carrier  to  which   such.
>ds  may  be  delivered   in  Canada,  or  under  such   joint   tariff,  or over  whose  line  o;'   lines  sueh   goods may   pass  in   Canada,  or  under  sueh   joint  tariff  the onus of proving that such loss was not so caused or did not so result, being upon
'     -jing  this  Bill  of  Lading      The Carrier  issuing   this   Eill  of   Lading  snail   be  entitled   to recover   from   the  othei   Carrier  on   whose  line  or   lines the  loss, damage, or  injury  to  the  said  goods  shall  have  been  sustained,   the
' ' ' "  "  i holder of this Bill of Lading or party
Sec 3. The Carrier shall not be liable for loss, damage, or delay to any goods herein described, caused by the act of God, the King's or public enemies, riots, strikes, defect, or inherent vice in the goods, or the act or
default of the shipper or owner, for differences in weights of grain, seed or other commodities caused by natural shrinkage or discrepancies in elevator weights when the elevators are not operated by the Carrier, unless the weights
are evidenced by Government certificate, the authority of law or by quarantine For loss, damage or delay, except where cartage is to be performed by the Carrier or its agents, caused by fire occurring after forty-eight hours (exclusive of legal holidays), or In the case of bonded goods seventy-two hours (exclusive of legal holidays), after written notice of the arrival of teaid goods at destination or^at port of export (if intended for export and not covered by
a through Bill of Lading), has been sent or given, the Carrier's liability shall be that of warehouseman only. Except in. case of negligence of the Carrier (and the burden of proving freedom from such negligence shall'be on the
Carrier), the Carrier shall not be liable for loss, damage or delay occurring while the goods are stopped and held in transit upon the request of the party entitled to make such request. When in accordance with general custom,
- -ccount of the nature of the goods, or at the request of the shipper, the goods are transported in. open ears, the Carrier (except in case of loss or damage by.fire, In which case the liability shall be the same as though the goods
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had  been  carried   in  closed  cars),   shall   be   liable   only   for   negligence  and  the burden of  proving  freedom   from  such  negligence  shall  be  on  the  Carrier.
Sec 4. No Carrier is bound to transport said goods by any particular train or vessel or in time for i
In case of physical necessity shall have the right to forward said goods by any railway or route betweei
Carrier shall be the same as  though  the entire carriage were by rail.
The amount of any loss or damage for which any Carrier is liable shall be computed on the basis of the value of the goods at the place and time of shipment under this Bill of Lading (including the freight and other charges, if
paid, and the duty, if paid or payable, and not refunded), unless a lower value has been represented in writing by the shipper or has been agreed upon or is determined by the classification or tariff upon which the rate is based,
in any of which events such lower value  shall   be  the amount  to govern   such  computation;   whether or not such  loss  or damage  occurs   from negligence.
When under the terms of the classification or special reduced tariffs, the goods are carried at owner's risk, such conditions are intended to cover -only such risks as are
relieve the Carrier from liability for any loss, damage or delay which may result from any negligence or omission of the Carrier, its agents or employees, and the burden of pr<
on  the Carrier
:   be   made   In   writing  to   the  Carrier at  the   point  o'f  delivery,  or  to  the Carrier  at  the  point  of  origin,  within  four months after delivery of the goods, or In case of failure to make delivery   then
le  for  delivery  has  elapsed Unless  notice  is  so  given   the   Carrier  shall   not   be  liable.
ured  the premiums paid In' respect  thereof, shall have the full benefit of any insurance that may have been effected upon
Sec. E. Grain in bulk Consigned to a point where the Carrier has an elevator or warehouse, or where there is a public or licensed elevator or warehouse, may be there delivered and placed with othei
and grade without respect to ownership; provided that this shall not apply to a point of final delivery If it Is otherwise expressly noted hereon, unless the grain is not promptly unloaded after written notl
or given  to  the  person named herein.    Grain  so delivered _ shall   be   subject to a lien for elevator charges in addition to all other charges hereunder.
Sec. 6. Goods not removed by the party entitled to receive them within forty-eight hours (exclusive of legal holidays), or, in the case of bonded goods, within seventy-two hours (exclusive of legal holidays), after written
notice has been sent or given, may be kept in car, station or place of delivery, or warehouse of the Carrier, subject to a reasonable charge for storage and to the Carrier's responsibilitv as warehouseman only or may, at thd option
Of the Carrier (after written notice of the Carrier's Intention to do so has been sent or given), be removed to and stored In a public or licensed warehouse at the cost of the owner, and there held at the risk of the owner and without liability on the part of the Carrier, and  subject   to a lien   for all  freight and other lawful charges, including a reasonable charge  for storage. . .
owner until  the  car
ageijt   shall   be   ;
All goods shall  be  subject   to necessary  cooperage  and  baling at owner's  cost.
Sec. 7 No Carrier shall be bound to carry any document, specie or any articles of extraordinary value not specifically i
such special agreement to be on the Carrier when the nature of such goods Is disclosed herein), and a stipulated value of the ;
the goods Is not disclosed hereon,  the Carrier shall not be liable   for any loss or damage thereto.
ined that the goods shipped are not
Sec. 9. Except in case of diversion from rail to water route, which is provided for in Section 4 hereof, and except as provided hereafter, if all or any part of said goods is carried by water over any part of said route, such
water carriage shall be performed subject to the liabilities, limitations and exemptions provided by statute and to the conditions contained in this Bill of Lading, not inconsistent with such statute or this section and subject, also
•     "--   conditions  that no Carrier or party  in  possession  shall  be liable  for any loss or damage resulting from- the  perils  of  the  lake, sea  or  other  waters;  or  from  explosion,  bursting  of  boilers,  or  breakagt  of  shafts    not   arising  from
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The term "water carriage" In this section shall not be construed as including lighterage or car ferriage across rivers or in lake or other harbors, and the liability for such lighterage or car ferriage sha'.l b<
other sections hereof. If the goods are being carried under a tariff which provides that any Carrier or Carriers party thereto shall be liable for loss from perils of the sea, then as to such Carrier or Carriers Hie
section shall  be modified  in  accordance' with   the  provisions  of  the  tariff, which shall be treated as incorporated into the conditions of this Bill of Lading.
without previous full written disclosure  to the Carrier or its agent of their nature, shall be -liable for all-loss or damage caused thereby,
fill  of Lading shall be signed or initialed in the. margin by an agent of the Carrier issuing the same, and if not so signed or initialed shall be without effect at.d this Bill of
i of the goods, and the holder of the Bill of Lading, agrees to be   bound   by  all   Its   stipulations,   exceptions   and   conditions   whether   written   or *s
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
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THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected
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for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection..
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
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CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT  HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
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and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection	
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CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
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and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection..
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CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected
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(Quantity to be written in full)
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marked L.S.77.1 which were cured and packed
l   A  " / f 4    0       '-7
by 7SS3S, jdAATUi :h.3....33td..	
'/ff  -fAy/S
at y. &7.. :X,-:-C:-X.„-^X^X.%-,i. — i.^.,.. -■ i • 5 7 ■ ■ &Ch	
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
\y . . ,. ; -:'.. £   ..■■'
Date of Inspection ............„.....l.i.i 192 .......
Place of Inspection  ...........;...,
(L      , 77 v
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing Form 65 •;
THE WORKMEN!,, COMPENSATION BOARD
VANCOUVER, B. C.
P . ,
Dear Sir:- :.:
Your reports on the following workmen are hereby acknowledged.
No^^        Name No. Name
r /
247182    Yoshitars Haraguchi
246752 Mantaro Ueno
Claims Dept. CANADA
TH E   ADDRESS   TO
CARD"      A       "3
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Yip Sang Go. Ltd,t
51 Pender St. E.,
City.
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Blue Faaiiel Line,
Dodwell & C©*t
YsaCOUTer,   B*C*
.Dear Six*-:
We heg to hand you herewith our shipping instructions
for the undersell ti oned goods to he shipped hy your Steamer
* Proteailaus" sailing fr«a Vancouver, B*C* on Bee* 20 th 1927,
Kindly make out Bills of Lading in accordance with
the following particulars*
Sterner
Mark
It of Package
Description
Shipper
Consignee
Destination
Ex Lighter
W& of copies of
B/L required
'Proteeilaus*
Y. tf,
1000.   hOXOS
Salted Herring
Wing Sang Co*,
Sam W© Mag & Co*, So 21  ^aeen St.,
Hong Kong
Berfia
5 copies SSOO-B-27
Dodwell & Co., Ltd.
General Agents for Pacific Coast
Seattle. Wash,
san francisco, cal
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
LOS ANGBI.F.S,   CAL.
Ocean Steam Ship Go.xtd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Go.,ltd.
unsMxmiHKildOttB
TMLEGHAPHIC ADDRESS
"DODWELL"
TA1C OUTER B.C. NOVEMBER 30th,   1927.
Wing Sang & Company,
51 Pender St.  E.,
VABODUVER B.C.
Dear Sirs:
.     S.S.   "PROTESILAUS"  TOY.  (P.P.  58
We wish to advise that the S.S.  "PROTESILAUS"
will return here  to load outward on December  9th and
will berth, at the Ballantyne Pier.
We would,   therefore,  ask that you kindly
arrange  to have your cargo booked for this vessel,
available for loading on December 9th,  furnishing us
as soon as possible with necessary  shipping instructions
and export documents*
Yours faithfully,
Per Pro  DODWELL & C0UPA1Y LTD.
ASSISTANT laHAGER
DMC/&
B. *-s
^^^^ ^^SysljSSfi.
WITH   WHICH   IS  ASSOCIATED
STg^ng ¥.WymMm4:3%^.
C. H.    MACAULAY
J. P.    NICOLLS
R M, MAITLAND C—^ "~^~ *s*y*27*y:M *s        *-7 'z_y ^ryf_y*yw^yiyi_ytyTyz_y       .=*£ yfy1_y*y. cable  address   "MACNIC
B. C.   GRANT
J. D.    ALLAN
E. L.    BOULTBEE
A. W.    ROGERS
ctggcxiggwey/cJy. Tp.
November 26,   1927
ATTENTION IS.   YIP  WJK.
Messrs.   Wing Sang & Company,
51 Pender St.  E,,
CITY.
Gentlemen: -
Enclosed please find policy;-
#B.C.10170  - The Home  Insurance Company,
covering $2,750.00 on 5000 Boxes  in Shook Form from
Dominion Mills,   Eraser River,   to Galiano  Island,   per
Scow "G.of G.7f8'!   in tow of  tug  "RADIO".
Trusting you will find the   enclosure  in
order,   and thanking you for past  courtesies,   we  are,
Yours  very truly,
MACAUIAY.   NICQJS^fe.  MaJiIAI®' &  CO.   LTD.
BCG:MC
End. ' (B.   C.   Gnlht) Cfje Some Sntfuraue Company
ESTABLISHED   1853
NEW   YORK
CASH CAPITAL $18,000,000
S. C. No. B.C..
(Canadian funds)
1. Warranted free of capture, seizure, arrest, restraint, or
detainment, and the consequences thereof or of any attempt
thereat (piracy excepted), and also from all consequences of
hostilities or warlike operations, whether before or after
declaration of war.
2. Warranted free of loss or damage caused by strikers,
locked-out workmen, or persons taking part in labour disturbances or riots or civil commotions.
Should clause No. 1 be deleted, clause No. 3 is to operate
as part of this Policy.
3. Warranted free of any claim based upon loss of, or
frustration of, the insured voyage, or adventure, caused by
arrests, restraints or detainments of kings, princes, or peoples.
General Average and Salvage Charges payable according to
Foreign Statement or per York-Antwerp Rules if in accordance
with the contract of affreightment.
Held covered at a premium to be arranged in case of deviation or change of voyage, or other variation of the risk by
reason of the exercise of any liberty granted to the ship-owner
or charterer under the contract of affreightment, or of any
omission or error in the description of the interest, vessel or
voyage.
Including transit by craft, and/or lighter to and from the
vessel. Each craft, and/or lighter to be deemed a separate
insurance. The insured are not to be prejudiced by any
agreement exempting lightermen from liability.
The insured are not to be prejudiced by the presence of the
negligence clause and/or latent defect clause in the Bills of
Lading and/or Charter Party. The seaworthiness of the
vessel as between the Insured and the Insurers is hereby
admitted.
Warranted free from Particular Average unless the vessel
or craft be stranded, sunk, or burnt, but notwithstanding
this warranty the Insurers are to pay the insured value of
any package or packages which may be totally lost in loading,
transhipment or discharge, also for any loss of or damage
to the interests insured which may reasonably be attributed
to fire, collision or contact of the vessel and/or craft and/or
conveyance with any external substance (ice included) other
than water, or to discharge of cargo at port of distress, also
to pay landing, warehousing, forwarding and special charges
if incurred for which Underwriters would be liable under a
Policy covering Particular Average.
Warranted that should the vessel ground within the limits
of the Columbia and/or Williamette and/or Eraser Rivers
and/or Suez Canal and/or Panama Canal and/or Manchester
Ship Canal or its connections and/or in the River Mersey,
above Rock Ferry Slip, such grounding not to be deemed a
stranding, but Underwriters to pay for any damage which
may be proved to have directly resulted  therefrom.
Warranted free from any claim consequent upon detention
or loss of time whether arising from a peril of the sea or otherwise.
Warranted by the Insured free from any liability for merchandise in the possession of any carrier or other bailee, who
may be liable for any loss or damage thereto, or who may
have taken out insurance against such loss or damage; and
free from any liability for merchandise shipped under a Bill
of Lading containing a stipulation that the carrier may have
the benefit of any insurance thereon.
AH questions oi liability arising under this policy are to
be governed by the laws and customs of England.
For convenience the words in BOLD face have been printed
instead of written, but for the sake of construction they are
to be taken as though written.
WBfjZttMS, it hath been proposed to   THE
New York, by     MESSRS  TVIIJG   SA1IG
HOME   INSURANCE   COMPANY,
&  CCKPAIIY
as well in his or their own name as for and in the name and names of all and every other
person or persons, to whom the subject matter of this Policy does, may or shall appertain,
in part or in all, to make with the said Company, the Insurance hereinafter mentioned
and described.
Jfjoto tfyiH $0licp SKitlte&tetij, that in consideration of the said person or persons
effecting this Policy promising to pay to the said Company the sum of •• trnai^
as a Premium at and after the rate of m axraatfe* per cent, for such Insurance,
the said Company takes upon itself the burthen of such Insurance to the amount of
TWENTY SEVEN HUNDRED AND PIETY ($2750.00)
DOLLARS (Canadian funds)
and promises and agrees with the Insured, their Executors, Administrators and Assigns,
in all respects truly to perform and fulfill the Contract contained in this Policy. AND
it is hereby agreed and declared that the said Insurance shall be and is an Insurance (lost
or not lost) at and from
h
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£2.
= 2
to  GALIAN0
DOMINION MILLS,
ISLAND,  B.C.
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ERASER RIVER, B.C.|
Date of sailing: On or about November 2.5,1927.
3 2.
O   C_
■•3 3
£?8.
AND it is also agreed and declared that the subject matter of this Policy as between the   §
Insured and the said Company so far as concerns this Policy shall be and is as follow*   j*
upon 5000 Boxes in Shook Form.
Valued at: TWENTY SEVEN HUNDRED AND PIETY
(§2750.00) DOLLARS (Canadian funds)
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"G.of G #8" in tow of tug
tx&e Per
"RADIO"
Scow
or approved tug.
SUBJECT
Loss, if any, under this Policy, payable to the
AND the said Company promises and agrees that the
CONDITIONS AS PER BACK OE THIS POLICY.
Goods
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assured or order.
ce aforesaid shall commence upon the said Freight,
and Merchandise from the time when the Goods or Merchandise shall be laden on Board the said Ship or Vessel, Craft or Boat
as above, and until the said Goods and Merchandise be dfcpharged and safely landed as above. AND that it shall be lawful for
the said Ship or Vessel in the voyage so insured as aforesaid to proceed and sail to and touch and stay at any Ports or Places
whatsoever without prejudice to this Insurance. AND touching the adventures and perils which the said Company is content
to bear and does take upon itself in the Voyage so Insured as aforesaid, they are of the Seas, Men-of-War, Fire, Enemies, Pirates,
Rovers, Thieves, Jettisons, Letters of Mart and Counter Mart, Surprisals, Takings at Sea, Arrests, Restraints and Detainments
of all Kings, Princes and People of what Nation, Condition or Quality soever, Barratry of the Master and Mariners and of all other
Perils, Losses and Misfortunes that have or shall come to the Hurt, Detriment or Damage of the aforesaid subject matter of this
Insurance or any part thereof. AND in case of any Loss or Misfortune, it shall be lawful to the Insured, their Factors, Servants
and Assigns, to sue, labor and travel for, in and about the Defense, Safeguard and Recovery of the aforesaid subject matter of this
Insurance, or any part thereof without prejudice to this Insurance, the charges whereof the said Company will bear in proportion
to the sum hereby insured. AND it is expressly declared and agreed that the acts of the Insurer or Insured in Recovering, Saving
or Preserving the Property insured shall not be considered a waiver or acceptance of abandonment. And it is declared and agreed
that Corn, Fish, Salt, Saltpetre, Fruit, Flour, Rice, Seeds, Hides, Skins and Molasses, and the subject matter of this Policy shall
be and are warranted free from average unless general, or the Ship be stranded, sunk or burnt, or unless caused by collision with
any other Ship or Vessel; and that Sugar, Tobacco, Hemp and Flax shall be and are warranted free from average under Five
Pounds per centum, and that all other Goods and also Ship and Freight shall be and are warranted free from average under Three
Pounds per centum, unless general, or the Ship be stranded, sunk or burnt.
In case of loss or damage to the property insured hereunder, same shall be immediately reported as soon as goods are landed
or the loss known or expected, to the Claim Agent of the Company.
It is understood that the Claims Agents are only to intervene for the purpose of ascertaining the nature, cause and extent of
the damage and that they cannot be cited in any legal proceedings, the Insurance Company acknowledging only the competence
of the American and British Tribunals.
See instructions for settlement of claims printed on back hereof.
3Ftt EElt fit C£>£ QM\)Ct£0t, the President of the said The Home Insurance Company, New York, hath hereunto subscribed
his name and caused the same to be attested by its Secretary, but this Policy shall not be valid unless countersigned by Macaulay,
Nicolls & Maitland, General Agents, Vancouver, B.C., or duly authorized.Agents of this Company at place of issue.
Secretary
y^ President
Countersigned at VANC0UVER.,....B..C.	
this 25.th day of N.*.v.erob..er. 19..2.7.
MACAULAY^ICOLLJB 8*   MAITLAND
6ents
7 Any loss or damage which may happen to the property insured under this Policy shall be reported as soon as the goods are
landed or the loss is known or expected, to the Claim Agent of the Company, located at the port of discharge or disaster. Or if
there be no such agent at or near such port, such notice shall be given to an accredited representative of the National Board of
Marine Underwriters (New York), or the Board of Underwriters of New York. In case of loss or damage request said agent or
representative to hold a survey and issue a certificate stating the cause and extent of the loss or damage as well as the market value of the
merchandise involved had it arrived in sound condition. If there be no agent of the Company at the port of discharge or disaster,
nor a representative of the National Board of Marine Underwriters or of the Board of Underwriters of New York, claim certificate
should be obtained from an accredited representative of Lloyds, London, or any insurance company.
After the aforegoing formalities have been complied with, the complete documents should be sent to the Company's Settling
Agents (named below) to enable them to decide as to the liability of the Company. If the claim is in order the General Settling
Agents will authorize settlement and issue a certificate to enable the claimant to collect the claim from the Company's bankers.
IMPORTANT   NOTICE
When goods are discharged from the vessel in a damaged condition, in order to save for yourselves or your underwriters any
rights which you may have against the carrier, it is necessary for you to file claim in writing against the steamship company before
removing goods from the dock. Filing claims against the steamship company will not affect your rights under your insurance
policy.
When sending claim papers for collection of any loss under this certificate, be sure to attach thereto a copy of your letter to
the steamship company, also the latter's reply.
CONDITIONS
WARRANTED free  from Particular Average unless caused
by the scow being stranded, gftinlc,   on fire,   or in
collision,  but to pay claim JTor  jettison and/or washing
or falling overboard if amounting to lOf« of the insured
value. ^'
To  pay  General Average  and Salvage  Charges  if incurred.
BRITISH COLUMBIA MARINE DEPARTMENT
Pacific Building
Vancouver, B.C.
MACAULAY, NI COLLS & MAITLAND
General Agents y
OUSTOMS,  CANADA
x^orm B 13—(Amended 1926)
1,000,000—8-27
12.1 —2 Export Entry
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(Place of lading) Entry No...3...:..-..l,.i,^:j3....,	
Entry and List of Articles of domestic production and Foreign Articles, which are not subject to Expo*!,: Customs,
or Excise Duties, delivered by 1Pk?...HOW..$&..0O.    	
(Address of Owner or Agent) ; , ...
to S,3,....fl.imRKUS../ for exportation to ?»»...??!»	
(Name of Railway or Vessel, &c.) (Country of final or ultimate destination)
via (1) .?**SS-T.r.* consigned as below: ^
N.B.—(1) State if shipped via United States Port, or direct from Canadian Port.
Address of Consignee and
Marks on Packages
Number of
Packages
ARTICLES
Describe the articles fully as, canned pork, printed
cotton cloth, printing presses, apples, oats,
wheat, &c.   General terms such as
meats, dry goods, machinery,
prints, &c, will not
be accepted
Quantity
State number of
pounds, tons,
gallons,
yards, &e.
Value at Time and Place
of Shipment
Domestic products, including
imported goods
re-manufactured
i n Canada
Foreign or
imported products in same
condition as
imported
1009
bxs m/i sals mmim.
504B00 :i»BS.
#10,009
m m HIM & 00
WQJpES ST.,
mm mm
23
T'Y'P'B'R'T
y&$&&
>f Qustoms.
STAMP   OF   PORT   OF   EXIT
Officer of Customs and Excise
I,
(owner, shipper or consignor/, hereby certify that the above is a full and true
statement of the kinds, quantities, values and destination of all the articles
delivered by me for exportation as aforesaid.
Signed by f39.3S5....f. :..2...g ;,../....
Residence ...^3.(..7333S3S...33.J.7AS.	
0
Date..
--See Regulations on the other side fs y
INSTRUCTIONS
DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL REVENUE, CANADA
(CUSTOMS DIVISION)
S
v
To Collectors of National Revenue,
Agents of Railway and Steamship Lines and Others Concerned:—■
CUSTOMS EXPORT ENTRIES
The special attention of Railway Companies and other carriers of goods is directed to the following provisions of the
regulations as to Export Entries, in force 1st July, 1900, particularly as to an Export Entry (on Form B. 13) in duplicate
accompanying the way-bill of all goods laden at an inland port or place when consigned as for exportation from Canada.
REGULATIONS RESPECTING CUSTOMS ENTRIES AND STATISTICAL RETURNS OF GOODS EXPORTED FROM CANADA, IN FORCE
AND EFFECT ON AND AFTER 1ST JULY, 1900.
1. Export entries in duplicate for statistical purposes shall be delivered to the Collector of National Revenue at
the last port in Canada through which goods for exportation pass outwards for places beyond the limits of Canada when
exported by land, and at the port where laden on the exporting ship if the goods be exported by water, each such port
being herein designated as "the port of exit from Canada."
Summary of Customs Regulations respecting Export Entries of goods required to be observed by Shippers and Railway
Carriers in Canada, when goods are laden at Inland Railway stations and sidings and consigned for exportation from
Canada.
Note particularly that an Export Entry (on Form B. 13), in duplicate, is required for Customs Statistical purposes
to be forwarded along with the wayTrill from the place of lading, in all cases when goods are laden at an inland port or place
in Canada and consigned as for exportation from Canada.
2. The Export Entry may be signed by the shipper or his agent (who may also be the Railway Agent) in the presence
of a witness, and is not required to be attested to.
3. Goods for exportation are classed in the Export Entry form as "Domestic Articles" or "Foreign Articles." Goods
exported from a Customs Bonded Warehouse are to be reported on the same form (B. 13) but under the heading "Foreign
Articles."
Goods exported from an Excise Warehouse are to be reported also on the same form (B.13) but under the heading
"Domestic Articles."
Export Entries from Customs or Excise Bonded Warehouse as aforesaid are to be marked at the top as "Ex-Warehouse for Statistics."
4. Export Entries are required for coin or bullion exported, as in the case of other exports.
5. Remember that the Export Entries in duplicate for statistical purposes as above stated and as ordered by the
Governor in Council are to be delivered by the carrier of the goods to the Collector of National Revenue at the port of exit
from Canada (being the last port in Canada through which the goods for exportation pass outwards for .places beyond the
limits of Canada when exported by land); and that it is most important to have the Export Entries furnished and firmly
attached to the way-bill from inland places in order to avoid the necessity for detention and side-tracking of the goods
at the frontier until Export Entries therefor are obtained and delivered to the Canadian Customs-Excise Officer.
6. When goods for exportation arrive at the frontier unaccompanied by Export Entries from inland stations, the
Collector of National Revenue is to report the facts to the Commissioner of Customs and state particularly the place of lading,
in order that the neglect to forward Export Entries may be traced to the proper railway agent, aiid that the manager of
the railway may be notified through the Department of National Revenue of such irregularity .and neglect.
7. The country of ultimate destination to which the goods are destined for a market is to be stated in the Export
Entry as the country to which Exported, and this rule is to be strictly observed and particularly as to exports of the forest,
and of Animals and of Dairy and other Agricultural produce shipped via the United States, as articles.may_ be carelessly
declared by shippers as for exportation to the United States when in fact the ultimate destination of the shipment is to
Great Britain or some other country beyond the United States, the transit through United States being merely an incident
in the course of the exportation to the ultimate market beyond.
Note Particularly—•
That a separate Export Entry in duplicate should be delivered for each shipment, showing the name of the shipper
and consignee respectively in each case.
A "general" entry is not acceptable in which the shipments of several shippers to the same consignee are "bulked"
together without specifying the particulars of each shipment and the name of the shipper in each instance.       -  -
Note also, when drawback of Customs duty is claimed, that a third copy of Export Entry, marked "subject to drawback," should accompany the goods to the frontier port of exit.
R.  W.   BREADNER,
Commissioner of Customs.
Penalty for neglect to deliver Export Entry, $400.00.
Note A.—Customs-Excise Officers are instructed to specially direct the attention of Shippers or their Agents in the
execution of Export Entries (Form B. 13) that a separate Export Entry (Form B. 13) executed in duplicate is required
to be made for each shipment less than a carload lot, also that Export Entries in duplicate are required to be executed
for each car used in comprising a total consignment or shipment. Also that great care is required to be exercised by the
shipper or his agent in giving the correct quantities and values on such Export Entries. \
FORM 7
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WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT
BRITISH COLUMBIA
^CA7^7^7?7°
EMPLOYER'S REPORT OF ACCIDENT
(Forward promptly Lo Workmen's Compensation Board, 402 Pender St. W., Vancouver, B. C.)
WHEN ACCIDENT  DISABLES WORKMEN  FOR MORE  THAN THREE DAYS FILL IN ALL BLANKS; IF DISABLED
FOR THREE DAYS OR LESS, ANSWER FIRST SIX QUESTIONS.    (REQUIRED UNDER SEC. 43, CH. 77, 1916.)
Occupation	
(At time of accident)
_, Province of British Columbia.
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Name of injured workman  (in full) _.
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Address
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Employer's name
Address	
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/ (Street and No., city, town or other place)
1    Give the month, date and hour of the accident.
Give the month, date and hour workman first laid off
work after accident.
In what city, town or place did it happen?
2
Describe fully how and where accident occurred, mentioning the part of plain, works, machine, tool,
article, or other matter or thing connected with
the accident.
What was workman doing at moment of accident?
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4    What injury did workman sustain?
5    Give name and address of attending physician.
6    Is injured workman a relative or partner?   Specify.
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Was itpart of his regular work?.
7    Was there any serious and wilful misconduct on the
part of the workman?   If so, specify.
8    Was any person not in your employ to blame for the
accident?   Specify.
9    Suggest anything you can to prevent such accidents.
10    Give names and addresses of witnesses of accident-
two if possible.
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letter showing first aid treatment given.
12   Where is injured workman now?
13    Is workman now working again?
If not, is he able to do so?
Did he work any after first laying off? If so, give dates.
14   What were the workman's weekly earnings with you
at time of accident?
15    How long had you been prying him at this rate?
16   How long had he been working for you at the work
in which he was injured?
17   What were his total earnings for the twelve months,
or shorter period with you, prior to accident?
18    During how much, if any, of that time  did he  not
work?
19    Give the cause and the duration of each important loss
of time.
20    Have you paid or allowed, or do you intend to pay or
allow,   the   injured   workman   anything   for   the
period of his disability?   If so, give particulars.
How much did you pay him for the day he laid off
work?
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Usual close down.. weeks.   Sickness weeks.
Business slack weeks.   Holidaying weeks.
(If any other cause, specify.)	
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.What is his usual day's pay $.
I deeJare all the above to be true and correct.
Employer's Name ..
Signed tins day of  , 192^ Signed by —.
at^Xli^^t^r^Atr^y^^^Srry.., British Columbia. Official Title r
RiSHT   LEFT Form 6
WORKMEN^   COMPENSATION   ACT
BRITISH COLUMBIA
V
Workman's Application for Compensation
Carefully fill in ALL Blanks, sign and mail to the Workmen's Compensation Board,
Vancouver, B. C.
Claimant's name (in full) ^♦•YaShitaPa--'var.'igU3bi.-ir - - —-
Residenc£...0.r3^X-.-.31-5-j- wfc.Q-V-G-S-ti-3-R- - > Province of British Columbia.
(Street and No.)
(City, town, or other place.)
1 Give your age, occupation, and sex, and state whether
British Subject or to what country you owe allegiance,
and whether married and whether yoa speak English.
2 Give name and business of employer you were employed with when the accident happened.
3 Give the date and hour of the accident.
Give the date and hour you first laid off work.
In what city, town, or place did the accident happen?
Did   it   happen   on   employer's   premises?     Specify
exactly where it happened.
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4 What were you doing at the time?
Was it for the purpose of your employer's business?
When did you notify your employer of the accident?
5 Describe fully how accident occurred, mentioning the
part of plant, works, machine, tool, article, or other
matter or thing connected with the accident.
(It more space xs needed, "write on the back of this lorm, noting
here that you are doing so.)
6 What   injury   did   you   sustain?    Mark   locatio%J/
injury on chart on back of this form. (
7 Had yon any prior physical defect or mutilation?
AfaS-A.Rlgjst iim wjtatInjured*
8 Was anyone other than your employer or fellow-
workman to blame for accident?    If so, specify.
9 Suggest anything you can to prevent such accidents.
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19    Give names and addresses of witnesses of accident—
two, if possible.
11 Give name and address of attending physician.
12 Have you ever claimed Compensation bsfore? If so,
give month and year.
13 Are you related to your employer?    If so, how?
Are you a member of employing firm?
14 Are you working again or able to do so?
Did you work any after laying off ?    If so, give dat^s.
15 What were your weekly earnings with your employer
at the time of the accident?
16 How long had he been paying at this rate ?
17 How long had you been working for your employer
at the work in which you were injured?
18 What were your total earnings with him at that work
during the twelve months prior to accident or during
the shorter time you were at that work with him?
19 Give the cause and the duration of each important loss
of time during above period.
20 Has your employer paid or allowed you anything for
the period of your disability? If so, give particulars.
How much did he pay you for the day of the accident?
How much did he pay you for the day you laid off?
21 Are you receiving or entitled to any other payment
sr allowance for your disability either by insurance,
benefits or otherwise?   If s©, what?
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Employer's  Name
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I declare all *e above i: true ana correct, and I claim compensation for the above-mentioned accident.
Signed this day of I:1QV , IOgpJT..,     Claimant signs here	
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HART WOOD LUMBER
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Form 1720
5.18.   1926. 125M  (Trip.)
i%. ' STRAIGHT BILL OF *.A5>ING-©RIGINAL-NOT NEGOT%jLE 11400
San Francisco,  California
HAHT W001LJEMHER Hox,.14.,.lSLS..?. DATE 192	
' Prom ARI1W..-EALT....Q.QMEMY : i
To be forwarded in whole or in part on Vessel .....£..Q.\IlAi.... MOTHS'...- and/or on sueh other vessel or vessels as
Carrier may employ, the bulk freight and/or packages enumerated hereon in apparent good order, except when otherwise noted—the value, weight,
quantity, quality or condition of or contents or the marks on said packages not being known to Carrier and any statements herein relative thereto
not being conclusive upon Carrier—the same to be so forwarded with such reasonable dispatch as general business of Carrier will permit, to the
port of landing- of .,__ _ ..':     or so near thereto as safe navigation of such vessel or
(Hers insert naaie of Vessel's place of delivery;)
vessels shall then permit, and there at vessel's tackle and in like condition to be delivered unto below named consignee or if said consignee be not
on hand to so receive same or- if said packages be destined beyond said last mentioned port or place, then to any lighterman, or wharfinger or to
any forwarder or other carrier for and instead of said consignee; and freight at tariff rates (unless otherwise agreed) and all charges advanced by
Carrier and average shall be due and payable on any such delivery, and full freight charges to be so due and payable on all damaged or unsound
packages; and to secure payment of such charges said packages are hereby pledged to Carrier. In no event shall Carrier be liable for loss of or
damage to any package after it be unhooked from vessel's tackles at above mentioned place of delivery. Liability of Carrier shall in no event be
greater than that provided by Sections 4281, 4282 and 4283 of the Revised Statutes of the United States" of America, and an Act of Congress of said
United States of America,, entitled: "An act relating to navigation of vessels, bills of lading and certain obligations, duties and rights in connection
with the carriage of property"—the "Harter Act" so-called—approved February 18th, 1893, and Carrier shall have all rights and benefits granted
to ship-owners or carrier by all provisions of all sections of said Revised Statutes and all Acts of the said Congress and all statutes or laws of any
State or place where claim hereon may be asserted limiting or permitting a limitation of a ship-owner's or carrier's liability, together with the
benefit of all British or Dominion or Colonial or Provincial laws,  further limiting or permitting a limitation of such liability.
If the owner and/or charterer of the vessel on which said packages be laden shall have exercised due diligence to make said vessel in all
respects seaworthy, properly manned, equipped and supplied, it is hereby agreed that in case of danger, damage or disaster resulting from fault
or negligence of the pilot, master or crew, in the navigation or management of the vessel, or from latent or other defects, or unseaworthiness of
the vessel, whether existing' at time of shipment or at the beginning of the voyage, but not discoverable by due diligence, the consignees or owners
of the cargo shall not be exempted from liability for contribution in General Average, or for any special charges incurred, but with the Ship- ■
owner, shall contribute in General Average, and shall pay such special charges, as if such danger, damage or disaster had not resulted from such
fault, negligence, latent or other defect or unseaworthiness. It is mutually agreed that General Average shall be settled at San Francisco, Cal., or
Seattle, Wash., Ship-owner's option, according to York-Antwerp Rules 1890, and Antwerp Rule of 1903, and as to matters not covered thereby
according to the customs and practices of the port of San Francisco, or entirely according to the customs and practices of the port of San Francisco, as carrier may elect.
Carrier shall not be liable for gold, silver, precious stones, metal, jewelry or treasure of any kind, bank notes, securities, silks, furs, laces,
pictures, plate, china, glass or statuary unless bills of lading are signed therefor in which their nature and value are expressed and extra freight
paid for the assumption of extraordinary risk. Shipper shall be liable for any loss or damage to ship or cargo caused by inflammable, explosive or
dangerous goods shipped with or without full disclosure of their nature, and such goods may be thrown overboard or destroyed at any time without compensation.
It is hereby expressly agreed that goods accepted for carriage in refrigerator compartment are so carried at owner's risk, and that carrier
does not agree to maintain any certain temperature, and shall only he responsible for any loss or damage directly arising from negligence not
excused by the Harter Act.
IT IS EXPRESSLY AGREED that Carrier and the Master of the vessel shall have, and each is hereby given, an option to carry any or all said
bulk freight and/or packages on'deck, forward by lighter, barge or local steamer for any portion of trip at Carrier's convenience, salve persons
and property, sail without Pilot, tow and assist vessels, lighter, surf, trans-ship, land and re-ship any or all of said bulk freight and/or packages;
also an option to deviate and for any purposes and in any order or sequence sail to and stop and stay at any and all ports and places, whether the
same be in or out of any route toward said port of delivery and to there, at any such port or place, stop and deliver and/or receive passengers and
mails and/or freight for delivery either on her then or other or return voyage; and also an option to carry all or any of said bulk freight and/cr
packages beyond and/or away from said port of delivery, to any other port or place and thence to said port of delivery; also to carry all lawful
goods whether dangerous or otherwise.
Also the carrier is at liberty at any time and place before or after sailing or after arrival at port of discharge to put the vessel in dry-dock for
any purposes whatsoever, with the whole or any part of the cargo shipped hereunder on board, and such docking shall not be deemed a deviation.
Consigned to...I.ins...Sang..Company.
(Mail or street address of consignee—for purposes of notification only)
Destination 0hemainus.,....B.. C...
Route	
MARKS AND NUMBERS
NO.
PKGSf""
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES
~"V                                                                     (As given  by sHippei")
WEIGHT    !
FEET
(As givers by Shipper;
(Subject to Correction)
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None   /
*    6400
12f5# Sacks Half ground salt
80.Q.,C
00#
7  -
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Cfaarges>AcIvaricel| by Carrier $..
Value of Shipment Staled by Shipper $..
ib.efore mentioned, carrier may at its conve-
ind, including Victoria, B. C, and Vancouver,
between the harbors of San Francisco Bay„
within the harbor of San Diego.
It is expressly a.g|?ee(j between the parties hereto that irrespective of the vessel or vessels 1
nience barge or lighter tljfe goods shipped hereunder within ana/or between the harbors of. i -v,:-.
B. C., and/or adjaeerft waters; within and/or between the harbors of Columbia River; .Within   ani
and/or adjacent waters; Jivithin and/or between the harbors of Los Angeles and/or adiac-.-ii:   Wat
Said bulk freight aid/or packag'es were HBCBI'KSB and are to be held and carried and delivered by Carrier and by each several succeeding'
Carrier, if any, subjectAo all the stipulations and conditions hereon and on tlie reverse side hereof and under TsrSiich freight rates and said bulk
freight ana/or packages were adjusted and packag'es v.'ere received for transportation and to all of which Shipper has agreed and hereby does
agree; and every holder hereof shall be held bound thereby whether same be sig'ned or tinsig'nea by the Shipper.
(FOR CARRIER)
SIGNATURES BY INITIALS ONLY NOT ACCEPTED:
..AEDM...SAIT..0.0MPAKy _  SHIPPER
37X371, nSX^<^cJO^..
By..
NOR PRINTED  SIGNATURES UNLESS SUB-SIGNED
XIIJj NAJT5E OF SHIPPER'S AGENT.
RELEASE.   Shipper desiring to receive benefit of the rates provided by Carrier's current, tariff  that may lawfully  apply  when  merchandise  is shipped  at  a released or
declared valuation hereby stipulates that the goods covered by this bill of lading are each and all of the value of $ —---. 4>ei' .and that in no event shall
Carrier he liable in excess of said last declared value unless it be shown that this Release stipulation is not lawful.
(Made in/£. S. A.)
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STIPULATIONS AND COITIONS REFERRED TO ON FACE HEREOF      (D ALL OF WHICH ARE AGREED TO BY SHIPPER
Sec. 1. Carrier shall not be HabK r any loss or damage resulting from
Acts of God, perils of the sea or otho ^vaters, war, enemies, pirates, thieve^,
robbers, arrest or restraint of princes or rulers or people, acts or takings
or claims or restraint of government or municipal or de facto officers,
whether acting with or without lawful authority, legal process, attachments, quarantine and sanitary measures, barratry of master or. crew,
rising of passengers, claims of third parties, detention or accidental delay,
riots, strikes, lockouts, stoppages of labor, stoppages in transit or claim
of right thereto, fire or water on board vessel or on wharf or land or pier
Or in hulks or lighters or warehouses, or collapse of or destruction of, or
damage to, wharf or pier or its coverings, present or future latent defects
in, or breakage or fracture of, hull, shaft, propellers, fittings, fixtures,
valves, pipes, machinery, boilers or appurtenances, or from explosion, bursting of boilers or pipes, collision with vessels or other structures or objects,
stranding or wrecks or accidents - of navigation; nor if Carrier aitd/or
Charterer and/or Owner shall have exercised due diligence to make the
vessel on which said merchandise is shipped in all respects seaworthy and
properly manned, equipped and supplied, shall the vessel, Carrier, Owner,
Charterers or Agents become, or be held, responsible for any loss or- damage that shall result in whole or in part from unseaworthiness of the
vessel, whether existing at the time of shipment or at the beginning of the
voyage, or on the voyage, fault or error in navigation or management of
vessel, or of its engines, boilers, winches, hoisting gear, fittings, fixtures,
equipment, .ports, hatches, dead lights, valves, cocks, pipes, tanks and their
connections, and this whether such fault or error be before or after sailing
or be in port or at sea, or from any other causes of what kind soever,
ej'jsdem generis herewith or otherwise. Any omission to exercise such
due diligence shall not be presumed, but the same must, if claimed or
alleged, be proved by the Shipper or Consignee.
Sec. 8. Carrier shall not be liable for loss in weight, blowing, drainage,
leakage, seepage, breakage, wastage or loss of contents of any package,
cask or receptacle; nor for loss or damage by breakage, drainage, seepage
or leakage from any other package, cask or receptacle, change of climate,
weather, floods-, contagion or moisture received from such or other merchandise, shrinkage, effects of chafing, cutting of packages or contents, use
of hooks, pressure, heat, whether internal or external, steam, ice. cold, frost,
freezing, weather, sweat, decay, deterioration, putrification, fermentation,
mould, evaporation, rain, water, spray, wetting, dampness, rust, vermin,
rats, twisting or bending of metal shipped loose or in bundles; nor for loss
br'damage resulting' from any bvrnh-g or erplosion of cargo, or from inaccuracy or omission of proper marks, addresses-or description; nor for any
loss or damage resulting from'the''nature of the goof's, or incident to the
transportation of same, or insufficiency of packages or cases; nor for injury
or staining of wrappers, labels, cases or packages or contents of same however caused,'or' from stowageor contact with or smell or evaporation or
taint from other goods; as all-vessels carry general cargo-and any lawful
merchandise; and in no event Shall Carrier be liable for loss of, or damage
to. a'hy;'suclrcontents not specified herein, or for-ioss from package, or damage to merchandise shipped in tierces, casks, crates, sacks, bundles, bales,
or which shall consist in whole or'in ppTt of glass, crockery, qiieensware,
porcelain, hollowa'r'fi. pictures, picture frames, 'stoves Or other castings.
Each package shall be by shipper legibly marked, and, if not so marked, a
delivery of full number of packages of like supposed contents, without regard to quantity-or actual contents, shall be a full discharge of Carrier's
obligations hereunder, and if any of such packages shall be delayed or go
astray, or be elsewhere landed because not properlv marker), or contents not
properly described, Carrier shall net be liable therefor. Live stock, all
perishable property, all live freight and all merchandise packed in -secondhand or weak cases, and all cargo carried on 'deck shall be at all times at
owner's risk. Neither fault nor failure, nor improper loading nor bad
stowage nor improper custody nor want of due care nor improper delivery
of merchandise by Carrier shall be presumed, but same must, if alleged,
per or consignee.
aid. packages shall be received by consignee at vessel's
ly on her arrival at said first mentioned; place of delivery
i v.vather; if consignee be not on hand to so receive Pack-
1". f'o-rier m:iy deliver'same to any lighterman or wharfin-
\- or person relieved by Carrier to be responsible and who
of said packages or the same may be kept on board or
art or beach or hank or stored in hulks "or put in lighters
be proved By sh
Sec. 3.
tackle imr
without r€
ages as di
ger or oth
will take
be landed on
date that cause of action therein alleged accrued, and every suit not
so commenced within said- ninety Says shall be and 1>V every court be held
to be barred, and all claims and demands' against'.Carrier or steam -
alleged by complaint or libel therein shall be so held to have been release!
by shipper, owner and consignee, and to be abandoned and" barred; provided, that for shipments moving under the jurisdiction of the Federal
"Acts-to Regulate Commerce" the periods of limitation for the presentation
of claims and the commencement of suits as above provided for shall be
those prescribed by said Acts; and on such shipments, every such claim
not so presented and every suit not commenced within the respective
periods prescribed therefor in said, Acts shall be and be held by every
court to be abandoned-and barred-     .,  .
Sec. 7. It is expressly agreed that, so far as Carrier is concerned, the
value of the property shipped hereunder is the bona fide invoiced price, >'
any. to the consignee (including the freight charges if pre-paid) at the
time and place of shipment, but in no event exceeding the sum of O .<
Hundred Dollars ($100.00) per package, unl'fs a greater value has been
declared in writing to the Carrier, before the issuance of this Bill of Ladin«\
Sec. 8. On the happening of any of the contingencies excepted in this
bill of lading, or if vessel be disabled, or if navigation be obstructed and/or
vessel be prevented from proceeding to destination in the usual course of
navigation at customary dispatch, Carrier may forward said merchandise
to port of delivery by other conveyances or vessels at option of its shipmaster or officers or agents and shall receive additional compensation for
such service when rendered, whether performed by its own vessels or those
of strangers; and if salvage services be rendered to shipper or said merchandise by servants of said vessel or other vessels of Carrier, such service shall be as fully paid for as if rendered by strangers.
Sec. 9. Carrier is not and shall not be required to deliver said packages at
port of delivery at any particular time or to meet any particular market
or in time for any particular use.
Sec. 10. Carrier's vessels are not warranted seaworthy save in so far
only as exercise of due care by Carrier in the selection of its agents and
superintendents and their attention to their duties and their selection
and appointment of ship masters and officers and. engineers and crew have
secured or may secure it.
Sec. 17.. If by quarantine steamer be prevented from- discharging sard
merchandise or any thereof at said place of delivery, Carrier may then
discharge same at any port and into any ]aza -retto or other receptacle
therefor and such discharge .shall be a proper, final, delivery; all quarantine charges and-expenses on said merchandise, shall be borne by shipper
and be a lien thereon. Carrier -shall not be liable for deterioration-or damage to cargo caused by fumigation or disinfectant ordered by authorities.
Sec. 12. If said packages need.be lightered at any time'or port or place
all lighterage services rendered shall be and be. deemed to have been
rendered by an independent carrier or person; if .such services be procured
by Carrier they shall be deemed to be and to have been so procured by
it'acting' as agent-therefor of shipper, and Carrier's liability as carrier
at any -port or piaoe where such lighterage be needed shall end- immediately vessel be anchored at or near to said port or-^aee. Carrier's liability
after steamer be -at anchor at-or near to said port, of delivery shall be
that of warehouseman only, and said packages after'unhooked from ship's
tackles, at such anchorage shall be at owner's risk.
Sec, 13. If vessel be prevented by stress of Weather, obstructions to navi-
gati. n, war, blockade, seizure, restraint, riot, lockout, interdict, disease,
fire, disablement of vessel, or any other cause of whatsoever kind from proceeding in the usual course of navigation to the port of delivery or transfer,
and/or from entering said port on her arrival at or near the same, or from
there discharging any or all of said merchandise, or if, in the judgment of
master, carrier-or agent, it be impracticable to there-discharge all or any of
said merchandise while the ship be at said port, or for the same to be there
safely landed if discharged, then, first, all merchandise not delivered and/or
discharged may be retained on board said vessel and returned to her port
of original shipment, or -same may, at option of ship's master or agent, and
at owner's cost and risk; be conveyed upon such or ■s.ny vessel to said port
of delivery either directly or indirectly" or via other port or ports; or
second, same may be forwarded to and landed and delivered or stored at
any other port at owner's cost and risk and Carrier shall have a lien oi
said merchandise for all expenses so incurred, provided, however, that if
said merchandise or any thereof be so returned to such port of original
shipment no additional freight shall be charged, and that delivery or storage of such merchandise at any such other port or on such return to said
port of original shipment shall be a final and sufficient delivery. In ca.se
any part of the merchandise cannot be found for delivery during vessel's
stay at port of discharge, same may be forwarded at Carrier's expense,
but no liability shall exist for any loss, or damage resulting from delay.
Sec. 14. "Carrier" includes owners, stockholders and vessels and masters
and charterers thereof; "packages" and "merchandise" means all property
mentioned or referred to on face hereof; "shippers" and "owner" mean ship-
ji.er and all .owners of said packages and merchandise and all pledgees
thereof other than Carrier; "Owner's risk"-and "O. R." mean that shipper
has agreed that Carrier shall not be liable for any loss or damage unless it
be shown to have entirely, resulted from its negligence or willful default
Sec. IS. Carrier's liability hereunder shall be several and its liability,
excepting that imposed by statute if it be the initial carrier, shall end
and its rights dependent on delivery accrue immediately it has made delivery as above provided, and if freight be prepaid to Carrier beyond said
first mentioned Place of delivery Carrier shall be shipper's agent for the
payment to other Carrier of such freight as may be so paid for such
carrier's use; and freight of every carrier of said packages by water "other
than FsciEc Steamship Company" shall, at option of such carrier, la
deemed earned when said packages shall be laden on board other carrier's
vessels and shall be payable by shipper whether such other carrier's
vessel or said packages be thereafter lost or not lost at any stage of the
entire transit. No carrier, save as t-y statute it snay be made liable as the
initial carrier, shall, be liable to shipper or consignee for delay or misdelivery or conversion or loss or damage unless it be shown that the same
occurred while said packages were in its possession.
Sec. 16. Prepaid freight charges shall be considered earned and be retained by Carrier, vessel or goods lost or not lost at any stage of the entire
transit.
Sec. 17. The rights and liabilities of all carriers by water shall be determined hereby; if Carrier deliver said packages to other carrier for carriage such delivery shall be made as shipper's agent and not as carrier,
and if such delivery be to any carrier by land, shipper agrees to be bound
by the stipulations and conditions of such bill of lading' as may be in use
for such transfer or by such carrier for like transfer or carriage at place
of such transfer.
Sec. 18. Carrier shall have a lien on said property for all fines Imposed
on it and for all expense to it resulting from shipper's failure to furnish
proper Consular or Custom House papers in due time or resulting from
other errors or omissions of shippers, and all such fines and expenses shall
be reimbursed to Carrier by consignee before said property shall be delivered to him.
Sec. 19. State Harbor Tolls at San Francisco shall be paid by shippe-,
together with all expense of cooperage and repairs of said packages.
11 g'oods shipped from Canada shall be subject to all the terras and provisions of and all the exemptions from liability contained in
aa'e of S-oods Act, enacted by the JJominion Parliament of Canada, Chapter 61, of the Statutes of Canada, 9-10 Edw. VII, Section
for the owner and at owner's risk and expense.
Sec. 4. Advance charges shall be repaid to Carrier and prepaid freight
retained by Carrier, whether vessel or- merchandise be lost or not lost at
anv stage of entire"transit, and if all freight and Charges due Carrier be not
paid within thirty days after arrival of vessel at said first mentioned port
or place, Carrier may sell said merchandise at either public or private sale
and as agent for and for account of owner'and apply proceeds in payment
of freight and-all other charg-es, and if sum so realized be not sufficient to
pay all such charges or if such sale be not made, the shipper shall on demand pay all such charges or make good such deficiency as. the case maybe; and shipmaster may fit any time sell or dispose of perishable •property
when in his opinion same would become decayed or worthless before it
could be delivered as herein provided, and if same be so sold or disposed of
full freight thereon and all charges shall be paid by shipper.
Sec. 5. Carrier shall never be" liable for any loss of, or damage to, said
merchandise, nor for anv damage or-loss suffered in connection --therewith,
unless its neglect or wilful default is shown to have been the sole cause
of the same. If Carrier becomes liable for any damage or loss to said
merchandise, it shall have the benefit of all insurance on said merchandise,
and of any pavmehfs made by or on behalf of the insurer thereof, whether
under the guise of advances, loans or otherwise; and shall also have the
benefit of all loans, the amount of which have been determined by the
total" amount or part of any loss or damage to said "merchandise;" made the
owner by the insurer thereof, and induced by the existence of insurance
upon said- merchandise, and -which are made repayable only in- the event
recovery of said loss or damage is had from the- Carrier—or- said -vessel.
The right to any such insurance, advances or loans may be offset in the
amount thereof bv Carrier against a claim or suit for said loss or damage.
Carrier shall not be liable for any loss which can be insured against. The
person who delivered said merchandise to Carrier was authorized to sign
this bill of lading for the shipper.
"Sec.'S. NOTE PARTICULARLY: All claims of shipper or consignee cr
other party in interest against Carrier or its-vessels or the masters thereof for any loss of or damage to or conversion of or misdelivery of or delay
in delivery of said packages or any thereof shall be in writing presented
to. Carrier or its Agent within thirty days from date of notice of any such
lofss or. damage, etc., and arrival of vessel at port or place of delivery, or
at any port in distress or earliest newspaper mention of loss or stranding
of such vessel on voyage shall each be and fix the date of such notice; and
if"anv such claim be not so presented within said thirty days, such claim
shall" be and by every court be held to have been released by shipper,
owner-and consignee and to be abandoned and barred; and no suit on any
such claim so presented or to recover for any such loss or damage, etc.,
shall be maintained unless such claim be so presented and such suit be
thereupon commenced and summons, or other process, be served on Carrier,
or steamer be attached, within ninety, days from and after the day and
Sec. SO.
the Watsi
4  ct
Wtl
(4)
(a) the
from nesriiM'i
iii or by She
"(*>).. any
and keep ~li
Ere. eaiiiied,
CO the
properly dil
effect unless
olio™ .
y tall of lading' or similar document  of title to  goods contain any clause, covenant or ss-eeeinent whereby:
■,  charterer, master or agent  ef any ship, or the ship itself, is  relieved from liability for loss or damage to goods arising
ault or failure in tflie proper loading, stowage; custody, care or delivery of g'oods received by them or any of tnem to be carried
iticns of the owner or charterer of any sMd to exsreise dtie diligence to-properly man, equip, and snpply the sMp, and make
seaworthy and make and keep tlie sMp's hold, refrigaritisig and cool chaiabers, and all oiher parts of the ship in which goods
. safe foi- their reception, carriage ana preservation, are in any wibe lessened, weakened o? avoided? or
Hon of the Master,'officers, agents or servants of any snip to carefully handle and rto'w gvods -,:id to care for, pre^ersre and
■.era, are in any wise lessened, weakened or avoided; such "clause; covenant or agreement shall ba illegal, null and void tad of no
clause, covenant or agreement is in accordance with the other provisions of this (Let. B. 1—Amended 1
1922       j
4,080,000-8-27
CUSTOMS, CANADA—ENTRY FOR HOME CONSUMPTION
 19&7....      Imported by.Mm.Mm&.®9*hM.t.	
Port o$^owrsir $&f.*......M>.	
Arriving per ?**9.*^?.*.??$..^.??**
Goods Exported to Canada Direct from &.m..W$.m&%.*QP.*..»3l%£*. Via d&seot.." ,....
 (Country through which carried in transit if any)
Report No.,
Entry No
m	
M.
Marks
and
lumbers.
1400    ik*
"
Number of
Packages.
Description of Goods.
»&lt i'or us© o£ th3 aea. or fulf
 fJaJSgjpXSa	
v4im...Imlt...QMm I.as* X3/&.7-.
Quantity.
 y;-
tan
Invoice Value
in Currency of
Invoice.
soaoioo
Value for
Duty in
Dollars.
3090,
Rate of
Duty or
Free.
Total
Customs Duty.
Duty Paid
Value.
 ::r -•
fJMMI
Sales Tax.
Rate of
Excise
Tax.
Excise Tax.
Tariff
Applied. FORM 1
Oath g>r Affirmation of the owner or his agent or attorney in Canada, prescribed to be made in
cases where the goods have been actually purchased for importation into Canada.
(a) Name of
owner,   agent I, (*)- do solemnly and truly (b)
or attorney,    as follows;— (1) That I am (c) the owner of
(6) Swear or t_-_e good.smentioned in the invoice (s) no w produced by me and hereto annexed and signed by me; (2) that the said invoice (a) include (s)
p*™.    j ,   all of the goods mentioned in this Bill of Entry and (d) the true and only invoice(s) of all the goods imported as withic
authorized  .. s*ate4r (3) That the said goods are properly described in the said invoice(s) and in this Bill of Entry;   (4) That to the best of my
a»ent or attor- knt^ledge and belief the said invoice(s) and every certificate and declaration thereon were made by the person or persons by
ney  of or   a wham the same purport to have been made; (5) That the said invoice(s) exhibit(s) the actual price or prices at which the said
member of     goods were actually purchased by the owner in the country whence exported to Canada and that there is included therein the true
the firm of.     value of all cartons, cases, crates, boxes and coverings of any kind and all charges and expenses incident to placing the said goods
(a) Isor are. ___ condition, packed ready for shipment to Canada; (6) That the value for duty of the said goods as stated in this Bill of Entry
■ 7        ' ..exhibits the fair market value of the said goods at the time and place of their direct exportation to Canada and as when sold at
7 the samo time and place in like quantity and condition for home consumption in the principal markets of the country whence
,> exported directly to Canada, without any discount or deductions for cash, or on account of any drawback or bounty, or on account
J ...      of any royalty actually payable thereon or payable thereon when sold for home consumption but not payable when exported, or on
:i y      account of the exportation thereof, or for any special consideration whatever; (7) That if the value for duty of the said goods as
.'. -•* stated in this Bill of Entry is other than the value thereof as above specified such value for duty has, to the best of my knowledge
and belief, been fixed and determined underthe authority of the Customs Act at the value stated in said Bill of Entry;   (8) That
to the best of my knowledge and belief any and all goods entered on this Bill of Entry as being free of duty are lawfully entitled to free
^       ...-'■' entry under the existing law, and any and all goods entered thereon at preferential tariff rates are lawfully entitled to be so entered;
(9) That any and all goods mentioned in this Bill of Entry as imported for a specific purpose and therefore entered free or at a
^•j. lower rate of duty than would otherwise bo chargeable thereon are intended to be and will be used for such specific purpose
only in  the manner provided by law; (10) That nothing has been on my part, nor to my knowledge on the part of any other
person, done, concealed or suppressed whereby Hie Majesty the King may be defrauded of any part of the duty lawfully due on
the said goods; (11) That if at any time hereafter I discover any error in the said invoice or invoices, or any of them, or in this
Bill of Entry, or if I receive at any time any other or different invoice of the said goods, or any part thereof, I will immediately
make the same known to the Collector of this Port; and (12) That no arrangement Or understanding affecting the purchase price of
the said goods has been or will be made or entered into between the said importer and the exporter, or by any one on behalf of
either of them other than as Bhown in the said invoices, either by way of discount, rebate, salary, compensation, or in any other
manner whatsoever.
Sworn (5) at this day
(Signature)*. _ '.	
of                                              19       , before me
 Collector.
FORM 2
Oath or Affirmation of the Consignee in Canada, or his agent or attorney, prescribed to be made
in cases where the goods have been exported to Canada on consignment without sale by the
Exporter prior to shipment.
of 19       , before me
(Signature)..
FORM 4
Oath or Affirmation of importer or agent prescribed to be made and subscribed before a Collector
of National Revenue or a Notary Public or a Commissioner for taking affidavits, on entry of
goods at a lower rate of duty or free for manufacturing purposes.
(1) Name of
importer. 	
' thi2) oods°or X" (1) the undersiSned importer of the (2)
articles. mentioned in this entry, do solemnly (3) that such (4)
(3) Swear or
affirm." are imported by me for the manufacture of (5) in my own factory situated
(4) Names of
the goods or at (6) and that no portion of the same will be used for any other
article.
' (5) Names of purpose or disposed of until so manufactured,
the goods to
be manufac-  Sworn (7) before me this
tured. (.Signature) __ ,	
(6) Name of da     { 19
the   place,
county and
PmOraffinn- Collector or Title of Official authorized to Administer Oatks.
ed.
"IS
3
(a) Name of Ip („). do solemnly and truly (6)
consignee,      ^ as follows:— (1) That I am (c) the consignee
nev        a      " °^ *^e Eoods mentioned in the invoice or invoices now produced by me and hereto annexed and signed by me;  (2) that the said
(6) Swearor invoice(s) include(s) all of the goods mentioned in this Bill of Entry  and (<2) the true and only invoice(s) of all the goods
affirm. imported as within stated;  (3) That the said goods are properly described in the said invoice or invoices and in this Bill of
(c) The duly Entry; (4) That to the best of my knowledge and belief the said invoice or invoices and every certificate and declaration thereon,
authorized or filed therewith or attached thereto were made by the person or persons by whom the same purport to have been made; (5) That
agent or attor- there is included in said invoice or invoices the true value of all cartons, cases, crates, boxes and coverings of any kind and all
n0y 'o °rf * charges and expenses incident to placing the said goods in condition packed ready for shipment to Canada; (6) That the value for
the firm of      duty of the said goods as stated in this Bill of Entry exhibits the fair market value of the said goods at the time and place of their
(d) Isor are. <J'rec'; exportation to Canada and as when sold at the same time and place in like quantity and condition for home consumption, in
the principal markets of the country whence exported directly to Canada without any discount or deduction for cash, or on
account of any drawback or bounty, or on account of any royalty actually payable thereon or payable thereon when sold for home
consumption but not payable when exported, or on account of the exportation thereof or for any special consideration whatever;
(7) That if the value for duty of any goods as stated in this Bill of Entry is other than the value thereof as above
specified such value for duty has, to the best of my knowledge and belief, been fixed and determined under the
authority of the Customs Act at the value stated in said Bill of Entry; (S) That to the best of my knowledge
and belief any and all goods entered on this Bill of Entry as being free of duty are lawfully entitled to free entry
under the existing law, and any and all goods entered thereon at preferential tariff rates are lawfully entitled to be so entered;
(9) That any and all goods mentioned in this Bill of Entry as imported for a specific purpose and therefore entered free or at a lower
rate of duty than would otherwise be chargeable thereon are intended to be and will be used for such specific purpose only in the
manner provided by law; (10) That nothing has been on my part nor to my knowledge on the part of any other person, done,
concealed or suppressed whereby His Majesty the King may be defrauded of any part of the duty lawfully due on the said goods;
(11) That if at any time hereafter I discover any error in the said invoice or invoices, or any of them, or in this Bill of Entry,
or if I receive at any time any other or different invoioe of the said goods or any part thereof, I will immediately make the
same known to the Collector of this Port; and (12) That none of the said goods have been sold by or on behalf of
the owner and importer prior to their importation into Canada.
Sworn (i) at this day
..Collector. Geo. R. Hackett y^ E. V. Ingram ^—^ A. K. arkley
VICE-PRES.  AND SEN. MAN. SECRETARY MANAGER
DOMINION MILLS LIMITED
Owned and Operated by
ROBERTSON & HACKETT SAWMILLS LTD.
HEAD OFFlCEi   VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
LUMBER MANUFACTURERS
HIGH GRADE STRUCTURAL LUMBER AND KILN DRIED UPPERS
ANNUAL CAPACITY 55,000,000 FEET
MILL,   OFFICE  AND  PLANT
SCHXHXVANCOUVER. B. C.
November 24th,1927.
Wing Sang Company,
51 Pender Street, East,
Vancouver, B.C.
ALL AGREEMENTS CONTINGENT UPON FIRE, STRIKES OR OTHER CAUSES OF DELAY BEYOND OUR CONTROL. ALL QUOTATIONS FOR IMMEDIATE ACCEPTANCE AND
SUBJECT TO PREVIOUS SALE AND MARKET CHANGES WITHOUT NOTICE.   ALL CONTRACTS SUBJECT TO APPROVAL BY HEAD OFFICE.
Gentlemen:
Attention Yip Mow.
With further reference to the writer's
conversation with you of today's date regarding
fish boxes to be delivered to your cannery at
Galiano Island.
Please be advised that scow will arrive
at cannery Saturday Morning, the 26th inst.,
weather permitting of oourse.  She Tug Boat Company
advise us that their charge for towing will be
$150.00 which includes 24 hours free time from
7 o'clock Saturday morning, any time over this
required for unloading to be for your account at
$10.00 per hour.
Insurance on this shipment is being taken
care of by Mr. Grant of Macaulay, Nicholls & Maitland,
who will invoice you direct.
Yours very truly,
DOMINION NOT 24th
Dodwell & Co.,  Ltd,,
609 Yorkshire Building,
Vancouver, B,C,
Dear Sirs;
We "beg t© hand you herewith our shipping instruction for
the undermentioned goods to he shipped hy your Steamer sailing
from Vancouver, B,C, Mot 29th J 927,
Kindly make out Bills of Lading in accordance with the
following particulars* , )
Steamer
Kark
No of pkgs
Description
Shipper
Consignee
Destination
Bx lighter
M  of copies of
B/L required.
Tyndareu®
y.m,
1009 Boxes
Salted Herring
Wing Sang Co.,
Sam Wo Hing & Co,, No 21   qpeen St.,
Hong long
Bervin
5 copies
Yours truly,
Wing Sang Co.,
per, »-r*y. • </•% ,,,,«•*• S D 218 3M 2-21-27   AP. '2
CONFIDENTIAL
NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA
SEATTLE BRANCH
FREIGHT ENGAGEMENT
3. Vancouver,   3,C. No    12fifl	
. ~6fiA¥¥lrB,"WASH.. l0T.?...4a } 192..T.«..
Messrs.: aXaG.-3ANG-^-C0M£^SY	
81'East Pender St*.,
,  flIcoWiH7"'B«c»	
Gentlemen:
We confirm having reserved space for your account as under:
SHIPPERS WING...SANG..&.00M4IX	
COMMODITY .^LiM?.	
QUANTITY iPpO..BOXlS  (Weight MS Tons of ...W.QO Pounds
f Equivalent (Measurement) Tons of cu. ft.
POINT OF ORIGIN ORj    ltMnHtt_*-lftAi VIA	
LOADING PORT     j
FOR SHIPMENT FROM .Y4I.C..0M.1H TO &&X&&.1	
IN THE SS YOEOMIA MARU or substitute
SCHEDULED SAILING DATE ON OR ABOUT M.9J.3.. lP..??...?.®.?...IM5.95l?:?..! 192.7..!..
AT OCEAN RATE OF....i§.*.§.?...?.I?...^.9....?y.?i!?.f. FREIGHT CHARGES PREPAID
REMARKS:
CONDITIONS
1. The above reservation is made subject to the sailing of the steamer on her regular voyage, to the terms and conditions of the
Nippon Yusen Kaisha Bill of Lading and to the Acts of Governments.
2. The carrier shall not be liable for any failure in the performance of this engagement arising from strikes, lockouts, or other labor
disturbances, accidents to vessel, or from any other cause whatsoever, beyond its control; nor shall carrier be liable for discontinuing or
curtailing its service, if at any time, in the judgment of the carrier or its authorized agents, conditions of war, either actual or threatened,
make it unsafe or imprudent for vessels owned, chartered, or operated by it, to sail on their intended voyages.
3. In the event of failure to supply the cargo herein mentioned (or any part thereof), to the above vessel, or substitute thereof, shippers
are to be held liable for loss of revenue thereby entailed.
4. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control, or safety of, and is not liable for, the cargo until it is loaded on board the
vessel, nor for demurrage, storage, or any other charges that might accrue against shipment while awaiting delivery to steamer.
5. Delivery of cargo, unless otherwise provided herein, to be made alongside vessel at regular loading berth at time and date required
free of all domestic carriers' charges and/or requirements. Shipper to furnish all necessary documents and full shipping instructions before
loading commences.
6. Carrier will not be liable to transport if cargo does not arrive alongside vessel in due time for loading.
7. Loading dates, for cargo to be loaded at outside docks, <i. e., other than regular berth), to be at steamer's discretion during her
stay on Puget Sound, and/or British Columbia ports.
8. Vessel reserves the right to load day and/or night including Sundays and Holidays.
9. As to Flour and Wheat: Bills of Lading to be given only upon presentation of N. Y. K. Mate's Receipts and proper weight certificate. If Wheat is furnished in single bags, bills of lading to bear the following notation: "Single sacks. Ship not responsible for bursting
of bags and consequent loss of contents."  Shippers to furnish sufficient extra bags for reconditioning during loading and discharging.
10. As to Lumber and Logs: Shipping Instructions, Export Declarations, Inspection Bureau Certificates, Specifications and information
as to marks, etc., to be furnished by shipper before loading commences.
11. Lumber and^or Logs to be available and ready for loading at the rate of not less than 300,000 feet BM per day and to be delivered
at ship's tackle in such a manner as to enable proper stowage to be made.
12. No responsibility on account of Logs in booms, or Logs, Lumber, Shingles, Pulp, and/or other cargo, on scows alongside ship will
be assumed by the ship or its agent until after such cargo has been lifted from the boom or scow, regardless of whether or not ship has put
out lines for the purpose of securing such boom or scow.
13. This engagement is not transferable and it is understood that the space in this vessel covered by this engagement will not be
resold by shippers, and that if it is resold, carrier has the privilege of cancelling this engagement at its option.
14. This engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled, except by mutual consent in
writing.
CONFIRMED AND ACCEPTED^ „ NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA, SEATTLE BRANCH
30N LTD
Kindly sign and mail duplicate copy to us by return mail, otherwise carrier regjAAf&s right to cancel this reservation
without notice.
Manager.
not jointly.    . ZSOO-S-27
Ocean Steam Ship \    ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co..ltd.
BuocSlDBniBiil^nuB
DODWELL & Co., Ltd.
General Agents for Pacific Coast
Telegraphic address
"DODWELL"
Seattle, Wash.
San Francisco, Cai..
Vancouver, B.C.
LOS   ANGELES,   CAL.
VANCOUVER B.C. NOVEMBER 11th, 1927,
Mewsrs. Wing Sang &  Company,
51 Pender St. East,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Dear Sirs;
S.S.   "TYNDAREUS"  VOY.   T.P.  35
We wish to advise that the S.S. "TYNDAREUS"
will return here to load outward on November 2£nd, and
will berth at the Ballantyne Pier,
We would, therefore, request that you arrange
to have your cargo "booked for shipment by this steamer,
available for loading on vessel's return, furnishing us
as soon as possible with shipping instructions and export
documents.
Yours faithfully,
Per Pro  DODWELL & COMPANY LTD.
ASSISTANT MANAGER. 7-A3                            fs; .     ;
■•■  *, ;■
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected.//2'.S..&^....
J'3.3...7..■ ..„r:       ...........; .rf: boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
\7  t\s\
marked...j....S.3:..\ which were cured and packed
by '.~..: 3.33. , .u... ... ■. j-. ■-.. 33,x .3.  £	
_ '"_■ /                   _ '   "Sy  , - -          -      >   ,          _/■"
at.(./...... /.. ..7.3..■'..-:..:....y...7....7.^. ■  .-..-.-.	
1                           >^                                                                                                                                               \rjy
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
4
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
f
Date of Inspection „■.:/'..;3.../.:3. 192 .9...
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected.//faffi. &7&2£cd.....
...U73/3iS. sASr9Cdy^xr:lJ^. boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
V AA
which were cured and packed
..'
7
marked.
by	
at (939. fS.3-3.3...:.../..-. 3: .....3.3..:. 7. ..:..	
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection..*.
Place of Inspection.!.
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192 3...
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In account with,
Lowe Inlet Cannery,
By 41 days charter of 1 S "Yip" @  32,00 1312 00
Aug 1st to Sept loth inclusive.
To putting in two wing pens ar P R Dockyard 19 91
By balance $   1292 09
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In account ?/ith,
Lowe Inlet Cannery.
\
By wages Captain
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balance
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September
August
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40
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50 00
100 00
33 7i%
333 3?
By balance
|   332 53 Lowe Inlet, Oct 31.27,
"Yip",
In account with,
Lowe Inlet Cannery.
By grub allowance   2 men  @ 41.00 ea 82 00
"      "       1 man     . 36 00
118 00
To merchandise account attached 107 00
By balance $
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
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THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected.. JL0...r&faC£j.	
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{Quantity to be written in full)
marked' §.../...3. which were cured and packed
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for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection..,....,......:.       192 ...3.
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Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing SHAPING   INSTRUCTION
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Vancouver, B. C.
VANCOUVER, B. C.„
Gentlemen:
We beg to hand you herewith our shipping instructions for the undermentioned goods
to be shipped by your  Steamer sailling  from r.C^S^.^r?r^r^^..,...^....C... SSyrS. v.. 192..../	
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STEAMER
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NO. OF PACKAGES
DESCRIPTION
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NO. OF COPIES OF
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REMARKS:
Yours trury,
THIS   FORM   IS   STRICTLY   FOR   USE   OF   THE   MEMBERS   OF   B.   C.   SALT-FISH   PACKERS'   ASSOCIATION Telephone Seymour 313 p. O. BOX 15
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancouver. Bentley's   CODE
WING SANG CO.
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IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected..:33.7(2....SS?CC/3.	
(Quantity to be written in full)
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for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
Date of Inspection..SA..<tS.7.3 192 7
Place of Inspection.y^7^f^-2M7CP....7y^S^74::&.^C
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Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing
1 DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT  HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected..63.(W..;...S/3$33XJLA...
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(Quantity to be written in full)
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for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
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CABLES: "BALFOUR, VANCOUVER (B.C.)"
BALFOUR.  GUTHRIE & CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOS ANGELES,   CAL.
PORTLAND.  ORE.
SEATTLE.  WASH'N
TACOMA
PACIFIC   BUILDING
VANCOUVER.
CANADA
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Messrs.
Wing Sang,
51 Pender St.   E.,
VANCOUVER:  B.C.
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PARKER WILLIAMS, COMMISSIONER
HUGH B. GILMOUR, COMMISSIONER
F. W. HINSDALE, SECRETARY
Address all communications to the Workmen's Cornggjisation Board
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W$t Workmen'* Compensation poarb
VANCOUVER,
Yip Sang Co. Ltd*-,
51 Pender St. E.f
Vancouver, B.C.
October 13th., 1927.
Dear Sirs:-  Kindly refer to Firm 1870.
Kindly favour us with, a cheque by return mail
in settlement of your account, which is as follows:-
Bal. 1st., 2nd., 3rd. & 4th. Instalments for 1927 #97.70
Yours very truly,
THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION  BOARD,
Departmental Solicitor.
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Form 238
OCEAN STEAM SHIP CO., _TD.
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL. & CO., LTD.
AGENTS
Date   VANCOUVER  B.C.   SEPTEMBER  22,1927 Engagement No. 1943
Messrs.   WING SANG COMPANY
VANCOUVER B.C.
DEAR SIRS:
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M. S.
S. S.   "TYNDAREUS"   VOY.    T.P.   36 expected to sail about
Commodity: SALT  FISH
Quantity: QQQ   BOXES
Port of Loading: VANCOUVER   B.C.
Destination Y0KQHASIA/K0BE/H0N6 KONG.
Freight Rate: CURRENT RATE IN EFFECT AT TIME  OF SHIPMENT.
FEBRUARY 21st,  1928.
Freight Charges:
Prepaid
Collect
Arbitrary:
Re
rks:
REQUIRED FOR LOADING FEBRUARY 14th, 1928.
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel in loading port in fit condition to load
cargo.
2. Carrier at its option may ship the above cargo by any other vessel equivalent in classification either
steam or motor being interchangeable.
3. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting delivery to vessel.
4. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept and be bound by.
5. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carriers' control, including strikes, lockouts, acts of Governments and
of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said
vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage,  or of substituting another therefor.
6. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent
of the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such  consent.
7. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
8. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or
cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Accepted
Yours truly,
Per Pro.  DODWELL  &  CO.,  LTD.
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. (MadeinD. S. A.)
form 238 ,«--v ^—^
OCEAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTD.
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., LTD.
AGENTS
Date VANCOUVER B.C.  SEPTEMBER 21,1927 Engagement No. 1941
Messrs.  yuj0 SAKG.  &  COMPANY
VAHCOUVER B.C.
DEAR SIRS:
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M. S.
S. S.   "ACHILLES" VOY.   T.P. 16 expected to sail about JANUARY 31st, 1928.
Commodity: SALT   FISH
Quantity: 8Q© B02BS
Port of Loading: YAMJOUVER   B.C.
Destination YOKOHAMA/KOBE/HONG KONG.
Freight Rate:      CURRENT RATE  IN EFFECT AT  TIME  OF SHIPMENT.
Freight Charges: Prepaid
Collect
Arbitrary:
Remarks:    REQUIRED FOR LOADING JANUARY 24th, 1928.
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel in loading port in fit condition to load
cargo.
2. Carrier at its option may ship the above cargo by any other vessel equivalent in classification either
steam or motor being interchangeable.
3. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting delivery to vessel.
4. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept and be bound by.
5. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carriers' control, including strikes, lockouts, acts of Governments and
of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said
vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of substituting another therefor.
6. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent
of the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred -without such consent.
7. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
8. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract -which cannot be altered or
cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Yours truly,
Per Pro.  DODWELL &  CO.,  LTD.
Accepted:        , * y.
A yy /
 /....//-./S^ * /:  As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
/dX43?SSS^^r—3^-<§^a^p<iT. China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. (Made 111 U. S. A.)
Form 238 *-v, ,—..
OCEAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTD.
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., LTD.
AGENTS
Date  VANCOUVER   B.C.   SEPTEMBER   22,1927   Engagement No. 1939
Messrs.   WING SANG & COMPANY
VANCOUVER B.C.
DEAR SIRS:
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M. S.
S. S. "TALTHYBIUS" VOY.  T.P. 30 expected to sail about   JANUARY 10th,   1928.
Commodity: SALT   FISH
Quantity: gQQf   BOXES
Port of Loading: VANCOUVER   B.C.
Destination YOKOHAMA/KOBE/HONG KONG
Freight Rate:       CURRENT RATE IN EFFECT AT  TIME OF SHIPMENT.
Freight Charges: Prepaid
Collect
Arbitrary:
Remarks:
REQUIRED FOR LOADING JANUARY 3rd, 1928.
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel in loading port in fit condition to load
cargo.
2. Carrier at its option may ship the above cargo by any other vessel equivalent in classification either
steam or motor being interchangeable.
3. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting delivery to vessel.
4. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept and be bound by.
5. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carriers' control, including strikes, lockouts, acts of Governments and
of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said
vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage,  or of substituting another therefor.
6. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent
of the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such consent.
7. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
8. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or
cancelled except by mutual consent in 'writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Yours truly,
Per Pro.  DODWELL &  CO.,  LTD.
Accepted: a
 Z^..3S3Sl.3%7.7S3r/3S- - 3- As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
TS—SkST^^yX^ e«w^NPPer• China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. (Made in U. S. A.)
Form 238
OCEAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTD.
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., LTD.
AGENTS
Date VANCOUVER B.C. SEPTEMBER 22,1927 Engagement No. 1937
Messrs.   WING SANG & COMPANY
VANCOUVER B.C.
DEAR SIRS:
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M. S.
S. S. "PROTESILAUS" VOY.  T.P. 38
Commodity: SALT  FISH:
Quantity: SOq  BOXSg
VANCOUVER B.C.
expected to sail about    DSCJJHBgg  20th,   1927
Port of Loading:
Destination
Freight Rate:
Freight Charges:
Arbitrary:
YOKOHAMA/KOBE/HONG KONG
VANCOUVER TO YOKGHAMA/KOBE $8,0G PER TON OF 40 CU.FT.
VANCOUVER TO HONG KONG $8.50    "       M     «     "       «     «
Prepaid
Collect
Remarks: REQUIRE D FOR LOADING DECEMBER 13th, 1927.
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel in loading pprt in fit condition to load
cargo.
2. Carrier at its option may ship the above cargo by any other vessel equivalent in classification either
steam or motor being interchangeable.
3. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting delivery to vessel.
4. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept and be bound by.
5. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carriers' control, including strikes, lockouts, acts of Governments and
of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said
vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage,  or of substituting another therefor.
6. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent
of the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such consent.
7. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
8. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or
cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Yours truly,
Per  Pro.  DODWELL  &  CO.,  LTD.
Accepted:
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. (Made in U. S. A.)
Form 238
OCEAN STEAM SHIP CO.   LTD.
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., LTD.
AGENTS
Date   VANCOUVER   B.C.   SEPTEMBER   22,1927 Engagement No.      1935
Messrs.   fUSTG SANG COMPANY
DEARS.RS;      »""» M'
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M. S.
S~sT "TYNDAREUS"  VOY.  T.P.  35
Commodity: SALT   FISH
Quantity: gQQ  BOXES
Port of Loading: VANCOUVER   B.C.
Destination YOKOHAMA/KOBE/HONG KONG
expected to sail about     NOVEMBER   29 th,   192 7
Freight Rate:        VANCOUVER TO YOKOHAMA/KOBE 18.00 PER TON OF 40 CU.FT.
VANCOUVER TO HONG KONG $8.50    "       "     "     "'"       "
Freight Charges: Prepaid
Collect
Arbitrary:
REQUIRED FOR LOADING NOVEMBER 22nd, 1927.
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel in loading port in fit condition to load
cargo.
2. Carrier at its option may ship the above cargo by any other vessel equivalent in classification either
steam or motor being interchangeable.
3. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting delivery to vessel.
4. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept and be bound by.
5. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carriers* control, including strikes, lockouts, acts of Governments and
of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option- of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said
vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage,  or of substituting another therefor.
6. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent
of the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such consent.
7. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
8. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or
cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Yours truly,
Accepted:
Per  Pro.  DODWELL  &  CO.,  LTD.
Shipper.
9£St3S333S.	
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. (Made in U. S. A.)
Form 238 ^___^
OCEAN STEAM SHIP CO.   i-TD.
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO.. LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., LTD.
AGENTS
Date   VANCOUVER  B.C.   SEPTEMBER  22,1927 Engagement No.   1932
Messrs.   WING SANG COMPANY
VANCOUVER B.C.
DEAR SIRS:
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M. S. '
S^sT       "ACHILLES" VOY.  T.P.  15 expected to sail about NOVEMBER 8th, 1927.
Commodity: SALT  FISH
Quantity: gQQi  BOXES
Port of Loading:       VANCOUVER   B.C.
Destination YOKOHAMA/KOBE/HONG KONG
Freight Rate: VANCOUVER TO YOKOHAMA/KOBE $8.00 PER TON OF 40 GU.FT.
VANCOUVER TO HONG KONG #8.50    "       "       "     "     "     "
Freight Charges: Prepaid
Collect
Arbitrary:
Remarks: REQUIRED FOR    LOADING NOVEMBER 1st,  192 7.
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel in loading port in fit condition to load
cargo.
2. Carrier at its option may ship the above cargo by any other vessel equivalent in classification either
steam or motor being interchangeable.
3. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting delivery to vessel.
4. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept and be bound by.
5. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carriers' control, including strikes, lockouts, acts of Governments and
of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said
vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of substituting another therefor.
6. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable -without the written consent
of the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such consent.
7. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
8. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or
cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Accepted:
Yours truly,
Per Pro.  DODWELL  &  CO.,  LTD.
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. Telephone-Seymour 313 P. O. BOX 15
7
WING SANG CO.
Cable Address "WINGSANG        *ncouver. Bentley's   CODE
'pstablisljeb    1889
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IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
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WHOLESALE   MERCHANTS.   GENERAL AGENTS,
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J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
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RECEIVED TELEGRAM AND HAVE  ARRANGED WITH  THE MANAGER YIP SHALL
BE   IN STEVE8T0N OCTOBER TENTH DID NOT GO  TO  LOCKEPORT
FOR BOAT BECAUSE CANNOT TOW BOAT TO  VANCOUVER AT THIS
WINDY MONTH.
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FORM T.D. 2 X.
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CANADIAN PACh IC RAILWAY COMPmNY'S TELEGRAPH
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J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
Send the following Message, subject to the terms printed on the back hereof which are hereby agreed to.
Sept.  29tli 1927.
YIP LAP
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qOEiSH  CIL/UILOITS CITY    ,    Q.CI.
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^fa^y-fr-^? .for tit boat If? expires  October fifth I; he ird floliinjj season
close October seventh try arrange with 13km Manager of South Bay Caimery
return our boat before October eighth.  YIP Bust be  at  V'nic'ouVdr about
October tenth try if you  7-m, :/o  to   "Lockepart   £0  %ms s-?r.aloe  -7ith you  te
Vancouver*
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W. M. ThQmPSON, Supt., Toronto, Onfc
H. S. INGRAM, Supt., Montreal, Qije.
A. C. FRASER, Supt., St. John, N.B,
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«• D„ NEIL, Assist***' Stasassr,,
D„ L. HOWARD, Supt., Vancouver, BJ&
R. N. YOUNG, Supt., Calgary, Alta,
D. COONS, Supt., Moose Jaw, Sask.
E. H. GOODFELLOW, Supt., Winnipeg, M«a
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA UNDER ORDER 162,
DATED MARCH 30, 1916.
It is agreed between the sender of the message on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company shall not be liable for damages
arising from failure" to transmit or'deliver, of for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence of its,servants or otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cyphef or obscure messages, or for errors from
illegible writing',, beyond the amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate, and in that case the
Company shall De liable for damages, suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200., due to the negligence of the Company in the transmission" or delivery of the telegram.
Correctness in the transmission of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium
thereon at thstfollowing rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, via: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and
two per cent, for any greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other
Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its" destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not
be responsible for messages until the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices; if a message is sent to such office by one of
the ComPany's messengers he acts for that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone the person receiving the message acts therein as agent ofthe
sender, being authorized to assent; to these conditions for the sender. This Company shall<not be liable in am? case for damages, unless the same be
claimed, in writing, within sixt3_;$a"ys after receipt of the telegram for transmission,,
No employee of the Company shall vary the foregoing.
DAY LETTERS.
This Company will receive DAY LETTERS, to be transmitted at rates lower than its standard telegram rates, as follows: one and one-half
times the ten-word Day message rate shall be charged for the transmission of fifty (50) words or less, and one-fifth ofthe initial rate for such fifty words
shall be charged for each additional ten (10) words or less.
DAY LETTERS may be forwarded by the Telegraph Company as a deferred service and the transmission and delivery of such DAY LETTERS
we, in all respects, subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate messages.
DAY LETTERS shall be written in plain English, or in French.    Code language is not permitted*
DAY LETTERS may be delivered by the Telegraph Company by telephoning the same to the addressees; and such deliveries shall be a complete
discharge of the obligation of the Telegraph Company to deliver.
DAY LETTERS are received subject to the express understanding and agreement that the Company does not undertake that a DAY LETTER
shall be delivered on the day of its date absolutely and at all events; but that the Company's obligation in this respect is subject to the condition that
there shall remain sufficient time for the transmission and delivery of such DAY LETTER on the day of its date during regular offies fessws, asfejesfe te
the (priority of the transrwlesioa of full-rate messages under the conditions sieme4 sbove. s^%
SEATTLE   BRANCH
SOI   FIRST AVENUE
NEW   YORK   BRANCH
S-IO BRIDGE  STREET
VICTORIA  AGENT
816  GOVERNMENT STREET
OTHER    BRANCHES    AND    AGENTS   IN
ALL PRINCIPAL PORTS OF THE WORLD
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NIPPON  YUSEN   KAISHA
(JAPAN   MAIL  STEAMSHIP  CO.)
HEAD OFFICE:  TOKYO,  JAPAN
Regular Passenger and Freight
Service to and from the Orient
A»       AGENTS        f\
th   Bank of Nova ^f
Scotia bldg.  7
>,* VANCOUVER, B.C. »-
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Messrs. Wing Sang & Company,
51 Pender St. last,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Gentlemen:
VANCOUVER, B. C,
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO FILE 4-=0«£>2
September 23,1927.
- AttTn Mr. Yip Mow.
SALT FISH SPACE - 1927/28
Heferring to your letter of Aug* 14th, we wish to.
inform you that we are in receipt of advices from our Seattle
Offices that in Tie?/ of the patronage which you gave our line
last year, they will provisionally reserve space for 800 boxes
of Salt Herring on each of the passenger steamers, commencing
with the "SHIPZUQKiL MRU" Voy-60, to Shanghai.  You may therefore
complete your negotiations in Shanghai accordingly.
We, of course, expect that you will give us sufficient
notice should you be unable to fill the space on any ox the steamers.
Yours truly,
B.
jab/m
cc~ Manager, N.Y.Z. Seattle:
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SON LTD.,
Agents.
periX W*M9A   fffQ.   W&
East End, Vancouver, B.C*
Sept. 22nd, m  27
51 Pender St. E.,
Vancouwr, B.C.
Sir,
flease take aoiice that a Promissory Note
of __ W.Mik^A3i.99x.M^.....^.. __ -...
for ^19J.tl9...SS?JAkhM. , endorsed by yc0-r^fefe||
mator*d on the...^^.M^..22nd,..I92J„_	
lies  at this   Bank   dishonored,   where   payment   is   immediately
Required.
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.^Manager. CABLES: "BALFOUR, VANCOUVER (B.C.)"
BALFOUR,  GUTHRIE &  CO.
SAN FRANCISCO,  CAL.
LOS ANGELES.   CAL.
PORTLAND,  ORE. _ _
_  — .   ..,.cl,.k, PACIFIC   BUILDING
SEATTLE,  WASH'N
TACOMA
VANCOUVER.
CANADA
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Messrs.
Wing Sang & Co,,
51 Pender St. S.t
VANCOUVER*. B.C.
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tte mv today in re^  !   I t|s    MEftal
frox our Bb    gh ,1 corre»  I   - *.t5j for |ftq   ff ^ ■iftsgag
j i c':e-J in usual ncKSiSeB hazes of about 4«0 lbs. each 8gg&|
•Hi boxes to b© strfr~:„e«lt
500 c •..:.:••: - sM : *   J ■ •-. f
th© first iiaXf of SoveEljer •  *§ 4HM3@
£60@ m$m •* sf*ip§©»t ism* stunner itnpiBf
B©e#tfifo#F • *«••,.«'•'••    #4*00.
1000- mms - ribtfPM& p««* ftfeMssr firing
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ps-lgbts, 0#l#f# m%9 «# «• wacld MqpJtai f««t to sell
us at $1*00 per fliO lbs. less Vn    i .    i ove prices to
fit* dbowe |jf§§# is far to&egrapi&e a«#«irtaft©«
fro® h$r€ by 1 P.E* Friday, SaptMfeor tig IS''?? Mi thit if
you can    tit ii  i-i >   "I:•: t-    .ne  '   I c« tb "•        . cr,  will
.jKfeg fc&aclly l#t us l»ar ffttn ftm fey tis» tta« stated..
lours faithfully,
BitFOtm,  SOTIHtE & CO,
HSC«
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COILED X SPOOLED WIRE
BOX X SHOOK WIRE TYING MACHINES
WIRE BALE TIES
•41 ALEXANDER STREET
Vancouver , B. G.
Sept.   23rd,   1927.
Messrs.
Wing Sang & Co.,
51 Pender E. ,
City.
G-entl einen:-
We wish to   advise you that  effective Sept.   l&t,   1927,   the  Gerrard Wire  lying Machines  Co.   and  the Ti-It Machines  Co.   were  consolidated under the name of the Gerrard  Go.   Inc.
With regards   to  the Canadian interests   of the  Ti-It Machines  Co.   in so far  as  British
Columbia  is  concerned,   have been turned  over to us
who have   been for the past  number  of years  representing  the  Gerrard Wire  Tying Machines   Co.   and  in
future  all  equipment   etc.  will  be  handled through
this   office.
Yours  very truly,
PACIFIC WIRE LIMITED.
Per
VR/EP ^£%
SEATTLE   BRANCH
-        801   FIRST AVENUE
NEW  YORK  BRANCH
8-IO BRIDGE  STREET
VICTORIA  AGENT
916  GOVERNMENT STREET
OTHER    BRANCHES    AND    AGENTS   IN
ALL PRINCIPAL PORTS OF THE WORLD
Nippon Yusen KaishA
(JAPAN   MAIL  STEAMSHIP  CO.)
HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO,  JAPAN
Regular Passenger and Freight
Service to and from the Orient
fri       AGENTS        f\
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Messrs. Wing Sang Company,
51 Pender Street East,
VAUCuUYER, B.C.
VANCOUVER, B. C,
IN   REPLY   PLEASE REFER TO  FILE
4532
September 15th,1927.
Gentlemen:
SALT PISH SPA
17/68
We wish to acknowledge your application of the
14th, requesting that we tentatively reserve on each of our
Passenger Steamers commencing with the S3. "SHIDSUQEA. 11ARU"
Voy-60, space for 800 boxes Salt Herring to Shanghai, loading either Seattle or Vancouver, our option.
We expect to hear from Seattle in a few days as
to what space is being reserved this Season for Salt Pish,
at which time we will write you further.
Is might add that we have recommended that your
request be granted, and we do not anticipate that any objec-
•h-5
uxon will be raised.
Yours truly,
J AB/ M
cc- Manager, l.Y.IC. Seattle:
B. W.
8 LTD.,
Agent s. Telephone Sey, 313
Cable Address "Wingsang" Vancouver.
CODES
WING SANG CO.
WHOLESALE MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS <L EXPORTERS
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Agtatft, Hi won Ynssea Esishii,
Banic of Hova, Scotia Bldg«»
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Otntlemen;
•   Attention Ifr. Barker*
leferring to our conversation last weofc, also today,  we wish, to make application for reservation of spnoa for
800 boxes of Salt Herring on each of your passenger stealers
to Shanghai,  mmmwi&g with the  Mb rtSEID."U0I3l HAflff* VOY-60.
W© might state that lafft season we mill your 7J.n©
©^oliisively for our Shanghai requiremente, an& it is cmr'intention to 6.o so again during %m cooing Season*
Will you Icinflly advisa as quiokly as <>o««.ible If
w@ can figure on this reservation,  so that we tmy go ahead and
complete our arrangements in Shanghai*
Yours very truly,
mwi /ma oou/imy.
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Importers    ^   Exporters Date Aug  3
410 Dominion Bank Building, Vancouver, B. C.
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SALES NOTE
We have this da)) sold you /or account o/, -   pany,
the following:
MERCHANDISE
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and   tons (IOOO)
PRICE:
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We confirm this Sale J^ote subject to
conditions stated on reverse side.
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Buyers GENERAL CONDITIONS TO APPLY TO ORDER ON REVERSE SIDE
In cases where goods are not sold on sample, it is understood, and agreed, that quality is to be "Fair average of the particular season." , .......
Quantity specified to be taken to mean, actual and/Qr 5 per cent, more or less.
If shipment or the whole or part should be prevented through any contingency or cause of any nature beyond our control,
or the control of the manufacturer, packer or shipper, from whom the goods are purchased or produced for the purpose of this
sale, the Order to be void as to any part not fulfilled.
CANCELMENT. Should the vessel or vessels carrying the whole or any portion of the goods be lost, this Contract to be
void as regards such portion as may be lost, but should the goods be transhipped and arrive in another vessel, Contract still to
hold if the goods are in order and condition.
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This Contract is subject to Government or shipping embargoes, restraint of rulers, princes and people. Any change in duty
is to be for account of Buyers.
If any question arises as to quality, the goods in all cases to be taken at such reduction (if any) on the contract priee, as
may be fixed by arbitration.   Any dispute arising out of this sale note to be settled by arbitration in  	
...2—, ,..:..:..:..      :..s_.■..?.::.......(two arbitrators or their umpire) in the usual way.
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GENERALMANAOER MANAOER SECRETARY
ROBERTSON & HACKETT SAWMILLS
LIMITED
WITH WHICH  IS ASSOCIATED
DOMINION   MILLS   LIMITED
ANNUAL COMBINED  CAPACITY  8S.OOO.OOO  FEET
GENERAL   SALES   OFFICE
METROPOLITAN    BUILDING
-HCAB   OFFICE
REFERENCE No. VANCOUVER. B. C.
Messrs. Wing Sang & Company, September 19th, 1927.
51 Pender St. East,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sirs:
ALL AGREEMENTS CONTINGENT UPON FIRE, STRIKES OR OTHER CAUSES OF DELAY BEYOND OUR CONTROL. ALL QUOTATIONS FOR IMMEDIATE ACCEPTANCE AND
SUBJECT TO PREVIOUS SALE AND MARKET CHANGES WITHOUT NOTICE.   ALL CONTRACTS SUBJECT TO APPROVAL BY HEAD OFFICE.
Should you be in the market for any Fir Box Shooks for Herring
or Salmon, we should be very pleased to be given the opportunity of figuring with you on your requirements.
We have been manufacturing Herring Boxes for a good many years
during the Herring season each Winter, and this year we are anxious to increase our output of Herring Boxes if possible.  On account of the unsettled
conditions last year, we did not prepare any large volume of stock ahead,
and recently we have been selling some Bo^es.  Nevertheless, we are in a
position to figure on quantities which we can manufacture and get ready for
shipment up to the end of the year, and during the early months of next year.
We believe that our facilities for the manufacture and shipment of
high grade Herring Boxes are unexcelled, as we can load diroctly onto scows
or gas boats with our crane equipment, and can also supply smaller quantities for delivery by truck to the local docks.
We should be very pleased to be given the opportunity of quoting
on your requirements, and would be glad to know if you are in the market
at the present time.
Vie  would also be very pleased to be given the opportunity of
figuring on any of your Lumber requirements, and can assure you that your
orders would receive our very best attention.  We are in a position to
furnish a wide assortment of all items of Lumber, as well as Shingles, Lath,
Sash, Doors, Three-ply Paneling, etc.
We shall be very pleased to forward, on request, our complete
Lumber Price List, showing prices, F.O.B. Mill, or delivered to the dock
for shipment by steamer.
Trusting to hear from you relative to your possible Fish Box requirements, we remain
Yours very truly,
ROBERTSON & HACKETT  SAWiJILLS  LTD. ,
. grh/aw.
Per
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IMPORTERS, EXPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS AGENTS
DOMINION    BANK   BUILDING
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MEMBERS   VANCOUVER
BOARD   OF  TRADE
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SELLING    AGENTS
ARDEN   SALT   WORKS
SAN  FRANCISCO
ACME   SHOW   CARD   CO.   LTD.
LONDON,   ENG.
BRITISH   POLYPHON   CO.
LONDON       ENG.
DOBSON   ft   CROWTHER,    LTD.
BIRMINGHAM,    ENG.
TEA   8t   COFFEE    BAGS
M1DDOWS   BROS,   a   CO.,   LTD.
LONDON,    ENG.
WHOLESALE   PAPER   MERCHANTS
CANNED SALMON BRANDS
SUPERLATIVE
OSPREY
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IMPORTERS    OF    AUSTRALIAN
FRUIT   PULPS   &    PRODUCE
.Messrs Wing Sang & Go
51  Pender St B.
Sear Sir
aW xxMGSSS.
&B' im&%mx®%&& the following has beeft
ordered w *»er staaajaar l*oiat Le»tl@adlsiig st
3aa JfranoiscQ about the ffeth inst.
Contract #     165
200 tons half ground
Mm)a&-gg® to be maS,e at       Chenainus
Kiadly arrange fox* proapt handling on arrival
of th* steamer, ireight payable la 'fysoouver or* advice
of delivery.
Sfeeuld- tlio.ro le !Q'  .*:.l,;:.c-ratlc»n  necessary in the
aboire arr anient, piecso ©dftee us i immediately a» this has
been laade firm with th© shipping Company.
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OFFICE  OF THE   PACIFIC   COAST   MANAGER
ROOM   IOS   C.N.R.   STATION
Refer to File No.    2,0— XQ — 2.
V   Code Address:"cangOMAR^
Codes Used: Scott's, IO ™ Edition
BENTLEY'S AND WESTERN  UNION
VANCOUVER, B.C.
September 8,19£7,
ling  Sang C o„,
51 Pender Street E.,
Vancouver B.C.
Gentlemen;
As the fishing season will be
starting soon will appreciate it if you will favor us
with-a, share on your Salt from California.,  Understand
you will have certain shipments for Chemainus and later
on for Hanaimo,
As you know our California vessels call at lanaimo regularly*  Cur service is weekly and
we are in a position to handle your shipments satisfactorily.
Trusting you will advise this
office as orders are placed.
Yours very truly,
.3) l Ed Cablf       'Balfour, Vancouver (b. C.)"
BALFOUR,  GUTHRIE & CO.
SAN   FRANCISCO,  CAL.
LOS  ANGELES,   CAL.
PORTLAND. ORE.
SEATTLE.  WASH'N
TACOMA
Pacific Building
VANCOUVER.
CANADA
September 8.   1927
Messrs.
Wing Sang & Co.,
§1 Pender St. E.,
VANCOUVER: B.C.
Dear Sirs:
FISHERY SALT
We are pleased to inform you that we are
agents for the Leslie California Salt Company of San
Francisco and take pleasure in quoting you as under:
100 ton lots, f.o.b. San Francisco per 8000 lbs. -
1/2 Ground Salt, burlap 125s .... $7.70 per ton
3/4    "      «     "     "  . . . .  8.70  «   »
Packers Mild Cure Salt, burlap 125s. 13.60  "   "
^he freight rate on 100 ton lots from San Francisco to
Vancouver for Fishery Salt is $2.00 per ton.
The equivalent prices for overside delivery
on to scows for discharge on arrival of
the vessel in
Vancouver, are as under:
1/2 Ground Salt, . §
10.25 per ton
3/4   »    «  .
11.25  »   «
*he cost of handling on the scows would
be for your account.
We carry a large stock of -
fishery Salt on the
Kingslev Dock at the foot of Campbell Avenue and quote you
the following grades of Fishery Salt as
under:
1/2 Ground Salt, burlap 125s .... $
11.50 per ton
3/4   b    «     «    »  . . . .
12.50  »  »
Packers Mild Cure Salt, burlap 125s
21.00  "   »
*-he above prices are for any quantities
that you may need and
that we have on hand. Balfour. Guthrie & Co.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Messrs. Wing Sang & Co.
VANCOUVER: B.C.
Cont'd
8-9-27
It is possible to make direct shipment from San
Francisco to Chemainus and we quote you a freight rate of
$2.00 per ton for not less than 1000 tons for this port,
you should be interested in this quantity,direct shipment
would be economical
If
'UT HAILS We do not carry any stock of these Nails
but are at present booking import orders for shipment from
Glasgow at $3.95 per 100 lbs. C.I.F. Vancouver, for delivery
here the end of October or early November or later if required,
We trust you will find the above quotations of
interest and shall be very pleased if business should result
therefrom.
Yours faithfully,
BALFOUR. GUTHRIE & CO,
HSC. Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancoir    r.
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Statistics of this character to be of greatest value should be published at the earliest possible moment
after the collection of the data. You are requested to co-operate to that end by promptly furnishing all the
information required.
^aktmentOA_ DOMINION  BUREAU OF STATISTICS, CANADA
^tiniTj^ CENSUS OF INDUSTRY
'^ata©*"
ANNUAL REPORT OF FISH CANNING AND CURING ESTABLISHMENTS
GENERAL SCHEDULE
1922
No	
Note.—Twenty-one days from January the first 1923, are allowed in which to fill in and return this schedule.
Please forward by registered mail in enclosed envelope (postage free).
Kind of Industry.
As indicated by the principal product of the establishment as "cannery," "fish curing establishment," etc.
f Province County.
City, town, village or post office.
Location of Establishment -j
Name of owner..
(Fill in name of individual, firm or corporation carrying on this business.    If person or firm to whom this schedule has been
addressed has sold out or has retired please fill in name of successor and return to this office)
Head Office Address.
32
(Give street and number in cities and large towns)
Period covered by this return: From 19 , to 19.
Character of ownership	
days.
(Fill in from books as on December 31,1922, or closing day of business year which most nearly corresponds to the calendar year.   The
answer should be one of the following: individual, partnership, joint stock company or co-operative association.)
If individual ownership
If partnership
If joint stock company
If co-operative association
Male	
Female 7.	
Bank, Trustee, Estate, etc.,
State number of partners:
Male .'.'	
Female	
Bank, Trustee, Estate, etc...	
State number of shareholders
Male	
S
Female	
Bank, Trustee, Estate, etc	
State number of members
Male .'.	
Female fea	
Bank, Trustee, Estate, etc. ......
Distribution of ownership.     (If an incorporated company, indicate in the subjoined schedule the total par value of the
issued shares, bonds or other securities of your organization, which are owned by residents of the following countries):
Security
Canada
Great Britain
United States
Other Countries
%	
$	
$	
$.
Bonds 7..S..	
$	
$	
$	
$.
$	
$	
%	
?.
Dominion Bureau of Statistics,
Ottawa, December, 1922.
The Census of Industry is taken in conformity with the
requirements of the Statistics Act, 8-9 George 5, Chapter 43.
Reports are required on this schedule and on the supplemental schedule which accompanies it for all establishments
that were in operation during any portion of the year ending
December 31, 1922. The Act makes it obligatory upon
every manufacturer to furnish Census data.
All answers to this schedule will be treated as absolutely confidential. No publication will be made by the
Dominion Bureau of Statistics disclosing the operations
of    individual     establishments    in   any    particular.   The
examination and tabulation of returns will be made by officers
and clerks sworn to secrecy. The information supplied by
you will not be used as a basis of any system of taxation.
The schedule must be certified to by the person furnishing the information, and the post office address given
in order that this office may communicate with you readily.
(See certificate on page 4.)
Dominion Statistician.
OFFENCES AND PENALTIES UNDER THE STATISTICS ACT.
Every person who, without lawful excuse refuses or neglects to furnish any information or to fill up to the best of his knowledge and belief any schedule or form which he has been required to fill up, and to return the same when and as required of him
under this Act, or any regulation, or wilfully gives false information or practises any other deception thereunder, shall, for
every such refusal or neglect, or false answer or deception, be guilty of an offence and liable, upon summary conviction, to
a penalty not exceeding one hundred dollars and not less than twenty dollars, or to imprisonment for a period not exceeding
three months and not less than thirty days, or to both fine and imprisonment.
The delivery by registered letter to any person, firm or body corporate or politic or his or its agent, of any such schedule or form
having thereon a notice requiring that it be filled up and signed within a stated delay, shall, as against the person or the
firm and the members thereof and each of them or the body corporate or politic, be a sufficient requirement to fill up and sign
the schedule or form, and to mail the schedule or form within a stated time to the Bureau.
(Statistics Act, 1918, sections 37 and 40). Page 2
REPORT OF FISH  CANNING AND CURING OPERATIONS, 1922
The report required on this Schedule is for fish canning and curing operations as distinct from the
operations of catching and landing the fish. Include in report only information relating to the establishment.
Please make an entry opposite each inquiry.   Where neither quantity nor value exists the proper entry is " none."    Blanks
are misleading.   Omit cents.
1. Capital employed—owned and borrowed:
The answer should show the total amount of capital owned and borrowed on t'r.e last day of the business year reported. If land, buildings or machinery are rented,
the fact should be stated and no value given. If a part of the land, buildings or machinery is owned, the remainder being rented, that fact should be stated and
the value of the owned property given.   Do not include securities and loans representing investments in other enterprises
.3lmg»..SKS^^\% S.lQy/iA: value *	
(a) Land, buildings and fixtures.
(b) Machinery and tools	
(c) Fish products on hand	
(d) Fuel and miscellaneous supplies on hand	
(e) Cash, trading and operating accounts and bills receivable.
Total.
" *..
" $..
" $..
" *..
" $..
£&£Z
2. Time in operation and hours worked:
Number of days establishment was operated during the year	
Number of hours normally worked by wage earners in establishment: (a) per day..
	
(b) per week)
S3
3. Salaried employees: Number June 15 (or nearest representative date), 1922: (Do not include wage earners).
Officers, Superintendents and Managers	
Clerks, Stenographers, Salesmen and other salaried employees.
Total	
Number on pay-roll June 15 or nearest
representative pay day
Male
373
Female
Total amount paid in
salaries during the year
$
#
M.
7uy
4. Wage earners:   (a) Number in establishment on pay-roll June 15 (or nearest representative date), 1922:
16 years of age and over: Male \C. Female	
Under 16 years of age:      Male 3:3...2.:^3^yy.. Female 7.3XZ37:
(b) Total amount paid in wages during the year to employees in establishment (not including salaries and payments to pieceworkers): i_
S LL.&.Q33.	
(c) Classified DAILY wages—Number of workers in establishment as per pay-roll June 15, 1922, or nearest representative
date:
Daily Wage
Under $1..
$1 but under $2
$2 but under $3
16 years of age
and over
Male
No.
Female
No.
Under 16 years
of age
Male
No.
Female
No.
Total
Employees
No.
Daily Wage
$3 but under $4
$4 but under $5
$5 and over
16 years of age
and over
Male
No.
Female
No.
Under 16 years
of age
Male
No.
Female
No.
Total
Employees
No.
	
(d) Number in establishment on pay-roll or time record on the 15th of each month or nearest representative date:
Month
January..
February.
March	
April	
May	
June	
Number
Male
Female
Month
July	
August	
September.
October	
November..
December..
Number
Male
4.
Female
(e) Average number of piece-workers employed during the year:
Male ......'  Female	
(f) Total amount paid to piece-workers during the year:
Male $  Female $..
5. Number of proprietors, if any, regularly performing manual labour in or about establishment.
Page 3
6. Fuel used in establishment during the year:   (Do not include fuel used in boats.)
(State cost in each case as laid down at the establishment, including freight, duty, etc.   Do not consider fuel purchased as
representing fuel used unless the quantities are the same.    Fuel produced abroad, but purchased by
the factory in Canada, should be given as " foreign fuel."
Kind
Unit of
Measure
Canadian
Quantity
Cost $
Foreign
Quantity
Cost $
Bituminous coal, slack	
Bituminous coal, lump	
Bituminous coal, run of mine	
Anthracite coal, lump	
Anthracite coal, dust or slack	
Lignite coal, slack	
Lignite coal, lump	
Lignite coal, run of mine	
Coke	
Gasoline	
Oil (fuel)	
Wood	
Gas (state whether artificial or natural).
Other fuel (state kind)	
Total cost	
Short Ton	
'*    Ton	
"    Ton	
"    Ton	
'*    Ton	
"    Ton	
"    Ton	
"    Ton	
"    Ton	
U.S. or Imp. Gal.
•_'        Gal.
Cord
1,000 c. ft
7. Power employed:
Give all mechanical power employed in the establishment whether owned or rented.   (Do not include power used in boats).
Class
Number of units
Total H.P. according to manufacturer's rating
Total H.P.
actually
employed
(a) Power owned:
Boilers	
Engines: Steam	
Gas or gasoline	
Oil	
Water wheels	
Water motors	
Other power (specify kind)	
Electric motors (run by current generated by establishment reporting).
(b) Power rented:
Electric motors operated by rented power	
Other power (specify kind)	
Total	
lyl^-l^JL,
	
(c) Do you sell or distribute electrical energy for any purpose outside your establishment?.
(d) Name of establishment supplying rented power	
Answer Yes or No.
8. Miscellaneous expenses of establishment during the year:
Rent of offices, works and machinery $.,
Rent of power $.
Insurance (premium for the year only) $..
f Federal $..
Taxes j
[ Provincial and Municipal $..
Royalties, use of patents, etc „ $.,
Advertising expenses $..
Travelling expenses $..
Repairs to buildings and machinery $..
Other miscellaneous expenses (Do not include fuel costs, materials used,salaries,and wages.) $■
Total $.
9. Do you carry on any logging or sawmill operations in connection with your business ?.
Answer Yes or No. ■■-■■-   -  ! ——
TO BE  HANDED
Dominion Bureau of Statistics
SUE7-B$HEHT
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Location of           7.
Establishment Ak4z£r&r+i^A*--<> Cgunty
Owner 3y*4^   <S*L>~+—<-,                      P.O.
TO  FISHERY  OFFICER
Dept»   of Ma,rine & Fisheries   ■
(Fisheries Branch)
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Province         \ .
Addre s s    £~/Ae^Ua- s&T-Ai /tL^. a> >r*^~» a /f C
FisKeiy Officer in wnose   district  establish't   is  situated
Please  read these  instructions  carefully before  filli
" -» — ---           -             *--                    *
hk S.
1. Two  copies  of  this Supplemental Schedule
filled in and handed to the'i'ishery Officer fo
2. The  figures  gives must  be  for  9xe  eaiend
J.  Each kind of  fish must  be   shown separate
schedule   groups tv:o  kinds together.
4-.   Quantifies must be   riven in the units c-a
weights,   barrels,   -aliens,  cases.     Under no ci
products be  shown in pounds   (except caviar).
5-   Quantity and selling value  at  the  factor
every fish product  and. by-product manufactured
whether  sold or net.     Value without quantity,
value,   cannot be 'accepted,      •.     ?
o.   If any point herein is  not clear,   please
Officer before  filling in,
A.   - MANUFACTURED FISH PRO
are  required to be
r the  district.
ar year(Jan.lst-Dec.3l) ♦
ly,   except  where  the
lied for,i.e.,hundred-
ream stances  should fish
y must  be  shown for
during the year, .
or  quantity without
consult  the  Fishery
DUCTS
FISH PRODUCT
<
Total Quantities  of
fish prepared or
cured at  THIS ESTABLISHMENT
/*•
Quantities
of tartially
or ?jlHv prepared & cured
fish FOUGHT
by you
Quantity
Selling
Value
Quantity
i
Cod,   rrreen salted       cwt.
God,   smoked fillets                          cwt.
Cod,   dried                                              cwt.
Halibut,   smoked    cwt. j
Herring,   canned - std.c/s.    3&  lbs.
Herring,   smoked     cwt.
Herring,   drysalted  cwt.
../S<Kic£i...
p * a • . 1 a ml iW™ - - ■ f ■» - ■
.^.j,, ,	
Herring,  pickled     ....  bbl.
Herring,   used as bait     ..._    bbl.
Pilchards,canned - std.c/s.   3& lbs.
Pilchards,  used as bait     bbl*
Salmon,   canned -  std.   c/s.     U-& lbs.
S a la on,   sm o ke d                                     cw t»
Salmon,   drysalted    cwt.
Salmon,   mild cured                            cwt,
Salmon    ioickled                                   cwt.
Shad,   salted bbl.
Black Cod,   green salted , ..cwt.
Black Cod,   smoked       cwt.
Black Cod,  dried                        cwt.
Red Cod,  </o.   rrreen salted   cwt.
Greyiish,   canned -  std.   c/s. 4-S lbs.
Clams &  Quahaugs     canned "     "       "
Caviar   (Stur-eon) %. lbs.
Seal Skins—
Fur                                               — No-
Beluga Skins                                            ^°*
Por-ooise  Skins                           ,.  No.
.■«-■—•	
 .   .	
.j
:URN OVER FISH PRODUCT
Total Quantities of    Quantities
fish prepared or         of partially
cured at                 °r fully pre-
THIS ESTABLISHMENT       pared & cured
fish BOUGHT
by you
Quantity      1   Selling
•' *-   Value-
Quantity
Whalemeat;canned *'std.c/s4'g lbs.
!
j
*j
Whalebone and mea .1   „ tons.
Whale fertilizer tons. .
Porpoise Oil gals. ■
Whale Oil 733s?xB.
Fish Glue  .. ■':   gals.
Cod Liver  Oil,  medicinal    gals, j
Other products  (state kind)  	
■.
TOTAL VALUE '. _...._ 	
„„lltf#fr&	
2m&
.W..-^-,    .-..----...   ..^.«...
B. - FISH MARKETED FOR CONSUMPTION, FRESH
KIND OF FISH
Quantity
Cod cwt.
Ha dd oc k - ... - -  ■  cw t,
whiting ... ...., : cwt.
Halibut ...cwt.
Flounders, brill, plaice, &c. cwt.
Skate cwt.
Soles  ; ....cwt.
Herring  ..'  cwt.
Mackeral  ] cwt.
Pilchards  nm33. . cwt.
Bass ■  ...P.wt <
Perch .,..„..„„„„„ AS. '. cwt.
Salmon  > cwt.
Shad ... ....-....."...I '. ' cwt.
Smelts _   '..,. ...cwt,
Sturgeon ..... '.  cwt.
Black Cod i. ;„ cwt,
Red Cod, uc. :..,.„_ ,...:-... ■„:.. cwt,
Eels ,7x3.S773.7.... ...cwt.
Ouiachon cwt.
Tom Cod . .._, cwt-
Clams & Quaha ugs :..'.'. ......,....btel,
Crabs cwt
Oysters  ...  bbl
Scallops   3. „ ,bbl
Shrimps  .,_, _.„.,„  cwt,
Selling
Value
TOTAL VALUE (      It  \_
TO BE HANDED TO FISHERY OFFICER
Dominion Bureau of Statistics
Dept. of Marine & Fisheries
(Fisheries Branch)
SUr.-lFHENTiiL SOEEDULE
19 2 2— .
. Cgunty /U<^.^..-»rj»t-^.. Province. A?... '..Cray..*.
*°JJt.S3flfL   . ,
Location of       -\,&<x>*a^xL^av^
Establishment   .^z&^Ai	
Owner      	
Fishery Officer in '"hose  district  establish't   is  situated
Please  read these
P.O'. Address
instructions carefully before filling in.
1. Two copies of this Supplemental Schedule are required to be
-U„"" 33 -    _ *  C\X' 32 2    —   -^ —   -L.T -1 -^ —J J _ J_
"illed in and handed to the
2. The figures given must
3* Each kind 0-  .— - ~~ —~
schedule "roups two kinds together.
k.   Quantities must be
ishery Officer for the district.
be for the Cc.len.dar year( Jan. let-Dec. 31).
fish must be shown separately, except where the
4-. Quantities must be given in the units called f or,i ,e. ,hundred
weights, barrels, gallons, cases. Under no circumstances should fi
products be shown in pounds (except caviar).
5. Quantity and selling value at the factory must be shown *"~~
every fish product and by-product manufactured during the year
whether sold or not-.  Value without quantity, or quantity with
value, c a nno t"be ' ac c e pt e d.
lOUt
6. If -any pbint herein is not clear, please consult the Fishery
Officer before filling in.
A. - MANUFACTURED FISH PRODUCTS
FISH PRODUCT
Total Quantities  of
fish prepared or
cured at  THIS ESTAB
Quantities
of rartiaiiy
or fully pre
LISHMENT
pared & cured
fish BOUGHT
by you
Quantity
Selling
Value
Quantity
Cod,   frreen salted                              cwt.
Cod,   smoked fillets     .                    cwt.
Cod,   dried                                              cwt.
Cod, boneless                                    ,cwt. ;
Halibut,   smoked                                   cwt.
Ho r ri n^,   b 0 nele s s                              cwt.
Herrin^*,   canned -  std.c/s.     3&  lbs.
Herring,   smoked                                  cwt.
Herring,   drysalted  :. cwt.
Herri?J^".   "oickled                                  bb 1,
.^.3 <&*£>..
7£&?}lti&3
•-■-••-.-	
Herri"'!-,   used as bait                      bbl.
Pilchards  canned — std.c/s.   -1-S lbs.
Pilchards,  used as bait                 bbl.
Salmon,   canned - std.   c/s. • k-& lbs.
Salmon    smoked                   •                 cwt.
Salmon,   drysalted                              cwt.
Salmon,   mild cured                             cwt.
Salmon,  pickled     .... '...      cwt.
Shad,   salted bbl.
Black Cod,   green salted . ..„ cwt.
Black Cod,   smoked       ,...cwt.
Black Cod,  dried                               cwt.
Red Cod,  &c.   green salted   cwt.
Red Cod,  o--c,   smoked     cwt.
Greyfish,   canned - std.   c/s. 4-S lbs.
Clams & Quahaugs.   canned "     " '    "
Caviar   (Stur=eon) „  lbs.
Seal  Skins —
Fur                           ., No.
 ----
,,...................
	
Beluo-a Skins                                              ^°-
Por-ocise  Skins                          .,  No.
1
TURN OVER FISH PRODUCT
Total Quantities  of     Quantities
fish pre-oared or       \of partially
cured at                 *°r fully pre-
THIS ESTABLISHMENT      feared & cured
;                                                  fish BOUGHT
*■
Quantity
■
S'elling
Value"
Quantity
E
Whalemeat,canned - std.c/s U-S lbs.
Whalebone-and mea .1  .,..;  tons.
Whale fertilizer ...tons...
Porpoise  Oil ..gals.
 	
Whale Oil , .cals,
Cod Liver Oil,  medicinal  gals, j
Fish Fertilizer(Manufactured)tons. .
Other products  (state kind)...	
"
TOTAL VALUE    _.
Z3 +<m       3%>Lat(lfA
-»_T* -- a a a - a -■.-'-•■ — —*   *-^T— «.-?*. -j» a .▼• - - J   »mw  a - -.«. *c* a * Am -tr ■ «Nr^ «* ,a   *v
B. - FISH MARKETED FOR CONSUMPTION, FRESH
KIND OF FISH
^ua,ntity
Cod .- cwt.
Haddock 33:33". cwt.
Whiting ,.. cwt.
Halibut l •. ..cwt.
Flounders, brill, plaice, &c> cwt.
Skate .....cWt«
Soles   cwt.
Herring  ......,  cwt.
Mackeral ... cwt.
Pilchards  _ cwt.
Bass cwt.
Perch ,.„„„„.,„,.   cwt.
Salmon ., cwt.
Shad ' ........  •  cw-t.
Smells  I■..! 3  .cwt.
Sturgeon - .,.. \  cwt.
Black Cod j .:. cwt.
Red Cod, &cj,  77. cwt.
Eels 33.77.77.... - ..cwt.
Oulachon ,  cwt.
Tom Cod- .... cwt.
Clams &.  Qua ha ugs...,......;  „ ........MpI*
Grabs  —..... - i.............. cwt.
Oysters .   ........ '.'Si*  bbl.
Scallops bbl.|
Shrimps cwt.j
* -*•*"£* "      ■ - n >. .i . .:^tiiinr-taar-.".-.'aaaaa»---''. ■ ■..-■--■aaaa-. • a > a a ,
Selling
Value
TOTAL VALUE Page 4 T.
10. Materials used: Give the quantity and cost value of the fish and other materials used in the preparation
of the manufactured fish products; also the quantity and cost value of the fish purchased for marketing
fresh.
(Where the fish are caught by the operator of the establishment or by fishermen employed by him, give the quantity of fish
used and estimate value from current prices in district.)
Kind
Quantity
Cost Value
:::
Fish 3^Jx&Xt2^.....l\y:<&...
Salt used	
Containers used	
Other materials used estate kind).
, cwt
	
	
1 ? t '
	
	
.29.
,.(g..!j.rg:.C;...-„
No.
AS.,M..a.
Total value.
11. Products:   Give the quantity and selling value at the establishment of all products and by-products
manufactured during the year (whether sold or not) including containers; and of all fish marketed fresh.
Kind
Quantity
Selling Value
$
Canned Fish:
Lobsters	
Salmon	
Clams	
Sardines	
Other canned fish (state kind).
A—Manufactured Fish Products
..standard cases of 48 lb.
..standard cases of 48 lb.
..standard cases of 48 lb.
.standard cases of 25 lb.
..standard cases of 48 lb.
Fish otherwise prepared (dry-salted, green-salted, smoked, smoked fillets, dried, boneless, mild cured, pickled, etc.) cwt
.*.!..
.ZJ.M..
ID-
All other products (state kind)..
Total value	
G—Fish marketed for consumption fresh
Total value.
..V.S..
„w,,V
33r.
MiL
CERTI Fl CATE
(3
NOTE.—Have you made an entry opposite every inquiry? '.	
This is to certify that the answers to this schedule are complete and correct to the best of my knowledge
and belief.
Name of person furnishing
the information
Date of this return.
(Name)
(Designation as Owner, Manager or Secretary)
(Post office address)
 ......19..
NOTE.—A return in duplicate is to be made to the Fishery Officer on the copies of Supplemental Schedule herewith enclosed. ty»OPtC
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Sour -Sin
We hog to aoknewledge receipt of your letter of 30th June
fig! enelO'flng herring Curing licensee JT#» 16 3 and herring.puvsa »
Seine .Meaner St 43 tamed in the nana of lip' Sang &fe*i I*t4*
We ill sh to thank you for your attent3*ten to this natter*
Yeays tnilyi
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COMPANY,   LTD.
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WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS,
IMPORTERS    &.    EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C iffNMiflJlftl.Sl§l*  .192,
Mr« C* ?• Benson,
LOefceport,  |$ C. I*    ■
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Bear Slrr
Your letter tf the 9th of lay was re*
eeived*    Vha gasoline boat turned 3astamato !fo# 4
beionge t© m*   It mats ehsrteret to a party last
year,   and has not t>e#» returned to tie aino®#    We
are greatly indebted to you for taking eare    of
our host ahieh our foreman hat? already left to
t&e haek*   Se thill gee that a reaaenable amount
will he psii you for the aervlee rendered*
Yonre truly,.
YIP SifflG GO.LTD.
per. Telephone Sey. 313
Oable Address "Wingsang" Vancouver.
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Mr# 0* 5". Benson,
Laokeport,  q* (?• Z«
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Bear Sirf
Your letter ef the 9t& of nay was re*
calved*    Up gaaallaa boat sailed 3anpnato So* 4
belongs ta ne»    It waa chartered to i party last
year,  and has not been returned to no ainee*    ¥e
are greatly indebted t© you for taking care    of
our boat which our foremen has? already left to
t&e bsek#    Me fbmll «ee that a reasonable amount
will be paid yow for the service r©adored*
Yours truly,.
HP SMQ CO.LH).
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IMPORTERS, EXPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS AGENTS
DOMINION    BANK   BUILDING
VAJSrOOTTVHER.B. G.
MEMBERS   VANCOUVER
BOARD   OF  TRADE
June 20th I9S7
SELLING    AGENTS
ARDEN   SALT   WORKS
SAN FRANCISCO
ACME   SHOW   CARD   CO.   LTD.
LONDON,   ENG.
BRITISH   POLYPHON   CO.
LONDON       ENG.
DOBSON   ft   CROWTHER,    LTD.
BIRMINGHAM,    ENG.
TEA   a   COFFEE    BAGS
M1DDOWS   BROS.   &   CO.,   LTD.
LONDON,    ENG.
WHOLESALE   PAPER   MERCHANTS
Messra   Wing Sang  Ss Go,
51  Pender   St  3,
Besy?   Siva}*
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Canned Salmon brands
SUPERLATIVE
OSPREY
FLATTERY
ROYAL   CUT
TANK
VIMY   RIDGE
ICICLE
AMBASSADOR
In answer to our enquiry as to present
conditions,  the Arden Salt Ceapaay writ a m as follows,
* As aisenssed with yon anil a in S&a Pranel.soo
recently»eauditions hate been very unfavorable
•<     as regards product! on#W© are soro than 30 days        ,   .:;
behind' 10S© to date,and there Is every India at Ion   v ..".
that we fhall produce lees Belt  than we did last     7f$
:        ■ ye&rffhle iase condition will, apply throughout i
the induct ry generally* |
We do not think there nill he any aotuel serious       \
shortage of Salt,but It Is fairly certain that \
there will be no surplus »aM we feel quite sure
that in the very near future salt prieee will he
substantially advanced.*  ,.v .
Aa the Ardan Salt Company ship ah out fQjt
of all the Salt shipped frea San Iranooseo Bay district,the   ■
ahoire should he a representative gu^de for th® coming season.
On receipt of the-, above we wired for concise
instructions!? re hooking futures,  the following is their reply,
CANNED   CRAB
OSPREY   BRAND
IMPORTERS   OF   AUSTRALIAN
FRUIT   PULPS   Si    PRODUCE
,., # Go&rse salt orders at  present  prices are acceptable
sixty days ahead  stop this means th«t until you
reeelvee notice ofKadvanee you can seoept business
for shipment •within sixty days from date of order
taken stop no exceptions can he made to  this basis
".-■7     s|..'v.gtop any advance that aay-eoeur will he put into
effect without nofice a«I become effective
iiTHjediately with positively no exceptions,"
Afden Salt Coiaapny.
Wm thought   it best to give you all  the
inforiaatleti we ha^e on the subject r,.r» shall be pleased to
discuss the matter of your recuirnents at yyto convenience,.
yAxy trul^
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REGISTERED
CANNERIES
RICHMOND   CANNERY,   FRASER   RIVER
EMPIRE   CANNERY.   ESQUIMALT,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND
INVERNESS   CANNERY,   SKEENA   RIVER
BEAVER   CANNERY,   RIVERS   INLET
PROVINCIAL   CANNERY,   RIVERS   INLET
P.O. DRAWER 578
CABLE ADDRESS: "TODDSON*
CODE:  A.B.C.   5TH   EDITION
Ts/yyyy/S/
May 25ths. 1927.
Messrs. Wing Sang Oo.
51 Fender St. Bast.,
Vancouver, 3. 0.
Dear Sirs:
We received your wire on Monday, which, was
delivered at the writer's house in the evening, and
ss follows;
"We have gasboat forty eight by ten with Atlas
twenty seven horse power good condition please
let us know imnediately if you still want boat
of this type we want twenty dollars per day. "
As far as we are aware, we already have
engaged as many boats as required by our different canneries.
Yours truly,
J.   H.   TODD &-,  SONS    LIMITED
CFO/C
ALL   QUOTATIONS   ARE   FOR   IMMEDIATE   ACCEPTANCE   AND   ALL   PRICES   ARE   SUBJECT   TO   CHANGE   WITHOUT   NOTICE REID,   WALLBRIDGE   &   GIL    )N
BARRISTERS. SOLICITORS, ET<^
R.  L.  REID.  K.C. D. S   WALLBRIDGE
J. G. GIBSON W. A. SUTTON
R. F.  MACNAGHTEN
TELEPHONE;  SEYMOUR   68OO
CABLE  ADDRESS;   "BOWFRIDGE'
CODES    ) WESTERN   UNION
YORKSHIRE BUILDING
S25 SEYMOUR STREET
Vancouver, B.C.   June  16,   1929
KINDLY ADDRESS ALL LETTERS TO THE  FIRM
ATTENTION   OF XT,        SUttOH,
Mr.   Yip Mow,
51 Pender St.  East,
Vancouver,   - B.   C.
lear Sir:-
f«  enclose herewith draft letter,   together
with  the  letter frora  J,A.   Motherwell,
y
Suits/ Jiii.
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Yours   truly,
REID,   lA^BHILGE  & GIBSCh,
37313 f-s y">
VANCOUVER, B. C.
June 16, 1927,
J. A. Motherwell, Esq,,
Chief Inspector of Eisheries,
Winch Building,
Vancouver, - B. G.
hear Sir;
Your file 10-5-8
Re; lira en si on s of Herring and
Pilchard nurse seines
• Replying tc your letter of the 14th instant,
I would, advise you that in xay opinion a mesh of 1-j"
is the proper size to use, for the reason that a one
inch mesh causes too great a resistance with the water
particularly when seining while a strong tide is running,
Yours truly, iJSo.
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H. BELL-IRVING a CO., LTD.
HEAD OFFICE IN ENGLAND-.
ST. STEPHEN'S HOUSE. LONDON. S. W. 1
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THE ANGi^-BRITISH COLUMBIA PACKING COMPANY
(LIMITED)
CABLE ADDRESS;       BELL1RVING"
989 HASTINGS STREET, WEST.
VANCOUVER. B.C..
Ixyr  12th,   1927.
Messrs. Yip Sang & Co.,
5l Pender Street, East,
Vaneouver, B.C.
Dear Sirs:
We ai*e in receipt of your letter of the 11th and
note you hare the Gas jioat ''Kitaro" for charter.
We are not in the market for a packer but if the
"Kitaro" can "be.used as a seine boat we will be glad to
charter same and v/ould like if someone from your Company
could call at our office and see our Mr. H. B. Bell-Irving*
Yours truly,
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PARKER WILLIAMS, COMMISSIONER
HUGH B. GILMOUR. COMMISSIONER
F. W. HINSDALE, SECRETARY
Add       all communications to the Workmen's CompensE'     Board
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Cfje Workmen's Compensation poarb
VANCOUVER,
April  25th s   1927,
Yip  Sang,
51 Pender  St.   B.,
VANCOUVER,     3.   C.
Dear Sir:
He Firm 1870
We acknowledge receipt  of your  first
aid service report  and note  that  you are  not  complying with   the  requirements  of the first aid
regulations.
For  your   information,   your  operations
have two basic rates,   one being ■§ of 1% greater
than the other,   and the higher rate  is the   one whihh
is   in effect where   companies  do  not  comply with all
the Act's  requirements.
That part  of the regulations with
which  you do  not  comply  is  section 4 which requires
that you employ a qualified first aid attendant;   we
are,   therefore,   this date placing the above   information
before the  Board  in order that your  operations may
be charged the higher  or regular  rate  for  the  current
year.
Yours truly,
THE WORia/ISlf'S COMPEHSATIO-JT   BOARD.
■/MIW
Claims Agent, .Verm 44 " *%X -7 •
THE WORKMEN'S C01#SfeAT;iO|lfBOARD
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Vancouver. B.C., 4—12-27
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Claim Re Firm 1870
Dear Sir:
Kindly let  us   nave  an  immediate  reply to  ours l_t&m—^^
Mar.29/27    Please  submit a first aid service^—-*'
report without  further delay
Re
THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION: BOARD
CLAIMS  DEPARTMENT
Second Request CANADA    POST   CARD
THE   ADDRESS   TO   BE   WRITTEN    ON   THIS   SIDE
f^
Yip Sangf
51 Pender Street East,
VANCOUVER, B. C. E. f» K WINN. K. C„ CHAIRMAN
PARKER WILLIAMS, COMMISSIONER
„T HUGH I. G1LMOUR, COMMISSIONER
F. W. HINSDALE, SECRETARY
ADk. ALL   COMMUNICATIONS  TO   THE   WORKMEN'S   COMPENSA1  ~S     BOARD
AND   REFER   TO   FIRM   OR   CLAIM   NO
©lit  WnrkmmB (Unmpmmtxnn lfoar&
VANCOUVER B. C.
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51 Pender
VANCOUVER,
Deo,r  Sir:
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Re Firm 1870
At this date we have not received your first
aid service report, although two previous requests have been made
vou in that respect.  Unless this form is received here on or before
%4
Frld;
3
March 25th we shall be obliged
,o assume thai
your fi]
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equipment is inadequate, and advise our assessment department that
your operations are no longer entitled to ©arry assessments at the
preferred rate of -ft. of 1%  lower than the regular rate.
Yours   truly,
THE   v/QRKKSN'S   COMPENSATION BOARD,
-/MIW
Claims Agent, -
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Firm No.
1870
WORKMEN'S   COMPENSATION   ACT
British Columbia
FIRST AID SERVICE REPORT
Name of Firm J*^^... ^  Nature of Industry..Al^SSTT/Sf
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P.O. Address '3~..LL*kyzA&.*l.. ^.--Average No. of Employees on Pay-roll 333.	
If conducting more than one operation  particularize   each   separately, stating opposite thereto
the distance of such operation from the nearest hospital and doctor.
Name of Operation
No. Men
Distance
to Doctor
Distance
to Hospital
Name of Doctor and Hospital
Address of
Doctor and Hospital
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What First Aid Equipment have yon .-it each operation?
Has each operation or plant a certified First Aid person in charge in accordance with the requirements of Section 3, 4 and 6 of the
Regulations?
Give name and full description of qualifications held by First Aid person, particularly name of Association from which certificate obtained
  ———«■.  	
and the date thereof ..... • —- "	
If First Aid attendant is doing other work, please specify nature of same.
What facilities have you for transporting injured workmen to hospital as required by Section 7 of the regulations?.
Describe First Aid Room, giving location, size, interior color, and state, for what other purpose, if any, it is used..
What have yon done to acquaint the workmen with the location of First Aid equipment and necessity for using same promptly?..
Are you complyiug with Section 5 of the Regulations, requiring certain First AW supplies to be available for each gang of less than
10 men where the employer is operating a railway, logging railway or tramway?	
I hereby certify that the above statement is true.
Employer's Name 3^^... /AS^^S^..
Signed by	
Official Title
NOTE.—Please complete this report and return at once to the Workmen's Compensation  Board,
«02, Pender St. W., Vancouver, B.C. Y.O K OHAMA
TOKYO
KOBE
VLADIVOSTOK
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CANTON
MANILA
Singapore
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NEWYORK
BOSTON
PHILADELPHIA
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CHICAGO
PORTLAND, ORE.
SAN  FRANCISCO
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VAN COUVER, B.C
CODE   ADDPESS - MAiLl NE
CODES:
UNIVERSAL TRADE-BENTLEY'S
V*
Seattle, Washington,
March 22, 1927.
Wing Sang &• Co•,
51 East Pender St.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sires
We have just completed our statistics for the
year 1926 and are pleased to note the revenue derived from
your shipments has doubled over that for the year 1925, and
we sincerely trust that the year 1927 -will see a still
greater increase.
We "welcome you as one of our loj^al supporters
and trust that the relations now existing will continue
the future as in the past.
in
Yours very  truly,
IAI, Bates,
G-eneral Freight Agent.
UbASHo
cc-Mr .L.B. Jepson,
Vancouver* Telephone Sey. 313 J P- <=>  Box 15
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Cable Address "Wingsang   Vancouvt.. coDES I A R c gth Ed.lion ,mproved
I  Bentley's
Wr^G SANG CO.
^stattlisljci   ISS9
WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS,
IMPORTERS    &    EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER.  B. C._ ■W*..3H*I...... 192..?
Mf Seorge Marshall,
provincial collector,
Hanaimo, B.C.
Dear Sir:
Please find hereidth a cheque for the sum of Minety
Dollars ($90*00) as payment ©f poll Tax by our employee©.
Poll Tax receipts from No 90179D to Ho 90187D
¥o 90188 was cancelled
HO 90189 to m  90X97
The total 18 receipts we have collected* The balance of three
receipts are Mo 90198p, 9GX99D and 902001) mil he returned to you.
1 hope you will find everything satisfactory.
Tours truly,
ss, tTt, -vw,
9
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Your File	
Address your Reply
to P:r.o..Y.irLo.l.al.....C..olle c t or
THE GOVERNMENT OF
THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
llanaimo,  B.C,   16th March 192?
Yip  Sang
51 lender  St.  E.,
Vancouver,   B.C.
Poll rax Receipts
Bear  Sir:~
Please let us have an accounting
of Poll Tax Receipts los.   90179D to  90200B which
were mailed to you 2nd February 1927.
Yours   faithfully,
@mOB&E MARSHALL   /tc  ^7/P
Provincial Collector
TP/EB Our File..37
Your File.
Address your Reply
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TO..
-r-> .   . .       ~       n     1  -i A    '■ THE GOVERNMENT OF
.rt.'.rOyinGial. Collector ™evmma.ofBritishcolihm
llanaimo,  B.C.,
February 2nd 192 7,
1
■i.
Yep  Sang,
51 Pender St.,
Vancouver,   B.C. ... ,        ;■.•; :
i.
Bear Sir:-
Enclose find receipt  for Poll
^ax Nos.   90179D to  90200B which I would ask you
to sign, and return' at   once.
Please deduct Poll  Tax from your
employees and return cheque and  book to  this office,
Yours   faithfully,
GEORGE MAUSS/iLt A
■Provincial., Collector
HB 10M-525-1006
TO.
MEMORANDUM
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FROM THE
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Received ftrom th® Provincial Collector, liana, too, B.C* the
following numbered poll tax reoelptst* 9a/ 7? ^~ <7°<7oc ST/
Dated at ^analno, B.C.  this-     ^
Jannay, 1927
day of DO  NOT  WRITE  ABOUT   MORE  THAN  ONE  SUBJECT   IN  THE  SAN. ^TER
CANADA
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
FISHERIES BRANCH
OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR OF FISHERIES
At.
.192.
File 36-1
NANAIMO, B.C.,Mar.l  /
Dear Ssir:
Adverting to my .communication of the 30th
November 1Q26 enclosine- General and Supplemental
•Schedules, and requesting that these be completed
covering your operations during- the calendar
year 1926, and returned to this office as soon
as possible after the end of the year;  I would
respectfully point out that owing to the nonreturn of these completed forms annual statistical returns from this office are being subjected
to delay in consequence.
I would therefore appreciate your early
attention to this matter, which will result in
the schedules required being promptly submitted
to this office.
Yours fa ithfully
Edward G. Taylor
Inspector of Fis
ines
Yip  Sang Esq, ,
51 Pender  Street E.
Vancouver    B. C. Form 111 V
Address all communications to the Workmen's Cornpeosatien Board
E. S. H. WINN K. C. CHAIRMAN
PARKER WIUUAMS, COMMISSIOWt
HUGH B. SILMOUR. COMMISSIONS
F. W. HUU3SAIX, SECRETARY
***********
ffifyt Workmen'* Compensation poarb
VANCOUVER.
December 27th, 1926,
Dear Sir;-
During the ten years since the Workmen's Compensation Act came into effect
employers generally have acquired a working knowledge of its provisions and its
benefits. There are still, however, some requirements of the law which are not
fully understood, particularly by those firms whose operations have but recently
commenced.  The following explanations cover those points that are most common
subjects of inquiry. We ask that you read this carefully and file same for reference.
1. Any employer engaging in an industry which is within the scope of the Act is
required to register with the Board by filing an estimate of his probable pay-roll
for the current year.  This is necessary no matter how few employees he may have,
or how short the period of their employment. Failure to do so renders him liable
for the cost of all accidents occuring previous to his registration.
2. The amount of assessments required from the employer in any class depends
directly upon the cost of the accidents in that particular class, so that to the
exact extent to which you prevent accidents, you reduce assessments upon your class,
with a consequent saving in cost to you. You should familiarize yourself with
the Accident Prevention Regulations. Failure to comply with necessary Accident
Prevention requirements makes you responsible for additional assessments as well
as the cost of each accident occuring as a result of such failure,
3. Assessments are based on the estimated payroll of each employer and are called
up in instalments as the money is needed to pay the cost of accidents that have
occurred. Only enough instalments are requested as are needed to pay for the year's
accidents. These instalments do not cover any particular definite portion of the
year. When the operation ceases, or the end of the year comes, an audit is made of
the payrolls and an adjusted assessment is sent out for the under-payment or a credit
is given for the over-payment.  Proper payrolls are required to be kept for production
when asked for.
4. All employers whose operations are under the Act are required to deduct from
the wages of their employees one cent for each day or part of a day worked by them,
and to remit the same to the Board for the credit of the Medical Aid Fund, on the
first days of January, April, July and October of each year, (covering the previous
three month period) without any notice from the Board.
5. Your special attention is called to the "Optional Protection" clause.  The
employer, members of his family, (defined by the Act to include wife, husband, father,
mother, grandfather, grandmother, stepfather, stepmother, son, daughter, grandson,
granddaughter, stepson, stepdaughter, brother, sister, half-brother, and half-sister,
and a person who stood in loco parentis to the workman) or partners in a firm, are
not covered under the Act except by special application. If it is desired that the
employer personally, or any members of his family referred to above and employed by
him, be entitled to the same benefits under the Act as are afforded the workmen, a
request should be made for the proper form on which to make application for such
protection. This applies only where the employer is an individual or a partnership.
In incorporated companies all employees are automatically covered, including shareholders who are actively engaged in the business.
6. The Act provides that on failure to make payment of assessments when due a
penalty of 5% is imposed for the first month of default, and 1% for each additional
month thereafter, together with the costs of any accidents occuring during any period
of delinquency. ( 2 )
7. The injured workman, (except those covered by Approved Medical Aid plans), has
the right to select his own doctor.  Employers are requested not to interfere with
this right.  Should a change of doctor be desired by the the workman, written
permission for change must first be obtained from the Board.
8. First Aid equipment should be maintained in accordance with the First Aid
Regulations, and be readily accessible at all times.  Prompt use of this service
will prevent trifling injuries from developing into costly claims.
9. When medical treatment is necessary the employer is required to provide the
injured workman with immediate transportation to the nearest place where proper
treatment is available for the particular injury sustained.
10. All accidents should be thoroughly investigated by the employer, or responsible
official and his report, containing complete and accurate particulars, should be
submitted at once.  Information so supplied is treated as strictly confidential.
The practice of permitting junior officials to complete employer's reports on
accidents is dangerous.  A report on your behalf favorable to a claimant is
tantamount to a request to the Board to pay the cost of the accident.  The person
signing your reports should be a person whom you would entrust with handling your
funds.  The cost of claims allowed fixes absolutely the amount which it is
necessary to collect frcm employers by way of assessments.
11. Although the term "reserves" as used in the Act has been dwelt upon in each of
our annual reports and explained by circular letters sent to all employers on numerous
occasions, there still persists some misunderstanding in certain quarters as to just
what is embraced in this fund.  It is in no sense of the term a contingency fund.
It does not contain one cent of "undivided profits", or "surpluses", or are there
in it any moneys set aside to meet anticipated accidents.  The Act provides that
"capitalized reserves" be set aside "sufficient to meet the periodical payments of
compensation occuring in future years in respect of all accidents which occur during
the year".  The accidents which occur in any given year are required to be paid for
in full out of funds collected from employers operating in the year.  Employers
commencing business in the years to come are therefore not required to bear any part
of the burden of accidents occurring prior to the year in which they begin.  Let us
illustrate this point as it applies to fatal cases.  A workman is killed on October
1st, 1926, leaving a wife and four young children.  The pension is computed for the
widow, calculated on statistical tables to be exactly sufficient, using both principal
and interest, to pay her a pension of $35 per month until death or remarriage.
A further sum is calculated for each child to pay it a pension of $7.50 per month
until it reaches the age of 16 years, or previously dies.  Those sums are added
together, and the total amount of, say, $8,397.11 is forthwith taken out of current
funds collected in 1926 and invested for the dependents in securities permitted
under the "Trustee Act".  During 1926 the widow and children are paid $195, being
three months' pension, and the balance of the moneys which belong to them remains in
their Pension Reserve Account, to be paid to them as required by the Act in monthly
instalments through the years to come.  Similar procedure is followed in permanent
disability cases.  The only funds in the pension reserves are moneys belonging to
dependents and crippled workmen in respect of accidents which have already occurred.
No "reserves" are accumulated under the Act.
12. Forms for reporting accidents may be obtained from any Government Agent, or by
applying to the Board, 402 Pender Street West, Vancouver, B. C.
In conclusion we wish again to thank employers for the spirit of helpfulness
and co-operation shown us in the administration of this Act, and we hope that there
may be a continuance in the future of that same spirit which has done so much to make
for a harmonious, and we trust satisfactory, business relationship.
Yours very truly,
THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION BOARD , PHONES: Office 4115
Sales   4112
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^jt»dkei:sf (Exporters
unit 5Sr0itisiu«ers
Head office:
Toa/aanu,  x/unaaa
(Aicte^la, A3), id.   March 11%%, 1927
Wing Sang Co.,
51 Pender St. East
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sirs:-
We understand that your camp on North
Galiano Island has been closed for the season, and are enclos
ing herewith a statement of your account to date.  We would
appreciate your cheque for this amount at your earliest convenience, as we are anxious to have all outstanding balance
cleared off our books.
We trust that you have had a good season and
that we will be favored with your orders when your camp opens,
rtl/ag
Yours truly,
P.   BURUS  &   CO./LIMITED
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ANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY'S TELEGRAPH
TELEGRAM
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J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
Send the following Message, subject to the terms printed sisifthe back hereof which are hereby aireed to.
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\ J. MITCHELL, Assistant Manager, Montreal, Que, W. D. NEIL, Assistant Maimer, Winnipeg, Man,
D. H. EOWEN, Supt., Sudbury, Ont. D. L. HOWARD, Supt., Vancouver, B.C.
W. M. THOMPSON, Supt,, Toronto, Ont,  *    ' R. N. YOUNG, Supt,, Calgary, Alta.
H. S. INGRAM, Supt., Montreal, Que. D. COONS, Supt., Moose Jaw, Sask.
A. C. ERASER, Supt., St. John, N.B„ S. H. GQGDFELLGW, Supt., Winnipeg, Man.
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA UNDER ORDER 162.
DATED MARCH 30, 1916,
It is agreed between the sender of the message on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company shall not be liable for damages
arising from failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher or obscure messages, or for errors from
illegible writing, beyond the amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate, and in that case the
Company shall be liable for damages, suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200., due to the negligence of the Company in the transmission or delivery of the telegram.
Correctness in the transmission of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium
thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and
two per cent, for any. greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other
Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not
be responsible for messages until the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices; if a message is sent to such_ office by one of
the Company's messengers he acts for that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone the person receiving the message acts therein as agent ofthe
sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender. This Company shall not be liable in any case for damages, unless the same be
claimed, in writing, within sixty days after receipt of the telegram for transmission-
No employee of the Company shall vary the foregoing,
DAY LETTERS,
This Company will receive DAY LETTERS, to be transmitted at rates lower than its standard telegram rates, as follows: one and one-half
times the ten-word Day message rate shall be charged for the transmission of fifty (50) words or less, and one-fifth ofthe initial rats for such fifty words
shall be charged for each additional ten (10) words or less.
.    __   DAY LETT12RS may be forwarded by the Telegraph Company as a deferred service and the transmission and delivery of such DAY LETTERS
are, in all respects, subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate messages.
DAY LETTERS shall be written in plain English, or in French,    Code language is not permitted.
,-AY LETTERS may be delivered by the Telegraph Company by telephoning the same to the addressees, and such deliveries shall be a complete
discharge of the obligation of the Telegraph Company to deliver.
DAY LETTERS are received subject to the express understanding and agreement that the Company does not undertake that a DAY LETTER
shall be delivered on the day of its date absolutely and at all events; but that the Company's obligation in this respect is subject to the condition that
there shall remain sufficient time for the transmission and delivery of such DAY LETTER on the da£ o£ Its date dwrmg regular ofe hours,, subject to w
€ S U P P I E M E N T A L   8 C H E t) U l E
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS 'CAREFULLY BEFORE TILLING IN SCHEDULE
1. Four copies of this 3 upp Ism an tai schedule are' required to be filled
fin and handed to the Fishery Officer for the district*,
2e The figures given must D3 for the calendar year (January 1st to
December 31st).
3. Each kind of fish must be shown separately, exOept where the
schedule groups two kinds together.
4. Quantities must be given in the units called for, i*e., hundredweights, barrels, gallons, cas£s« .. Under no circus stances should
fish products be shown in pounds (except caviar)..
5. Quantity and selling value at the factory must be shown for every
fish product and by-product manufactured during the year, whether
sold or not.  Value without- quantity, or quantity without value,
cannot be accepted*
6. If any point herein is not clsait, consult the Fishery Officer
before filling in.
7. This schedule is required to be completed and handed to the Fishery
Officer immediately after the completion of operations, or in the
case of establishments which operate throughout the winter months,
immediately after the end of the calendar veat. CANADA
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
FISHERIES BRANCH
®ttitt of tje 3fas#ector of Jftefjertetf
File 36-1
AT
19
NANAIMO,   B, C.,  No ve mb e r .10 '" Z
Dear Sir'.
I am directed to enclose herewith copies of
General and Supplemental statistical sohedules for the
calendar year 1926.
You will observe that the
(white copy) when completed should
Dominion Bureau of Statist ice t and
for that purpose. The yellow copy
for reference.
General Schedule,
be sent direct to the
an envelope is included
should be retained
The four copies of the Supplemental Schedule
are to be completed in accordance with the instructions
attached thereto, and should cover all operations conducted during the calendar year, When complete the four
copies should be addressed to this office•
In past seasons considerable delay has been
experienced in  obtaining the information required owing
to the lateness and perfunctory manner in which certain
individual operators completed and returned these forms>
and to facilitate the collocation of figures in this
office for annual departmental returns the rendering of
these schedules as soon after operations for the season
have closed as possible would be highly appreciated.
In the event of fishing being conducted
throughout the year, the schedules should be returned
as soon after December 31st > 192&> as may be opportune.
esteemed.
Your co-operation in this regard will be
Yours faithfully,
Edward G.   Taylo:
Inspector of Fisheries KEEP THIS COPY FOR YOUR FILfcS
Statistics of this character to be of greatest value should be published at the earliest possible moment
after the collection of the data. You are requested to co-operate to that end by promptly furnishing all the
information required.
DEPARTMENT OF
TRADE AND COMMERCE
DOMINION BUREAU OF STATISTICS,  CANADA
CENSUS OF INDUSTRY
ANNUAL REPORT OF FISH CANNING AND CURING ESTABLISHMENTS
GENERAL SCHEDULE
1925
No.
Note.—Twenty-one days from January the first, 1926, are allowed in which to fill in and return this schedule.
Please forward in enclosed envelope (postage free)
Kind of Industry.	
As indicated by the
CV (Xit^Ldj. 33^s\/\^3\yi   f
principal product of the establishment as "lobster cannery," "i
Location of Establishment
M,...Cr..,
salmon cannery,"fffish curing establishment," etc.
[Province f.Pi.7....\rrrrT..7.. County.
(City, town, village or post office TlT&SLr
*_-<*3*?JG(.
Period covered by this return: Fro:
 %±   " _"
of indwldual, firm
id has sold ou
(Give street and number in cities and large towns)
o^SfcsA^/..^...,lflurff to....43^.r?/...19Z4 ~~...SS4.$..
Name of owner.
(Fill in name of indMdual, firm or corporation carrying on this business.   If person or firm to whom this schedule has been
addressed has sold out or has retired please fill in name of successor and return to this office)
Head Office Address.
Character of ownership..
(The answer should be one of the following: individual, partnership, joint stock company, or co-operative association)
Dominion Bureau of Statistics,
Ottawa, December, 1925
The Census of Industry is taken in conformity with the
requirements of the Statistics Act, 8-9 George V, Chapter 43.
Reports are required on this schedule and on the supplemental schedule which accompanies it for all establishments
that were in operation during any portion of the year ending
December 31, 1925. The Act makes it obligatory upon
every manufacturer to furnish Census data.
All answers to this schedule will be treated as confidential. No publication will be made by the Dominion
Bureau of Statistics disclosing the operations of individual
establishments.   The examination and tabulation of returns
will be made by officers and clerks sworn to secrecy. The
information supplied by you will not be used as a basis
of any system of taxation.
The schedule must be certified to by the person
furnishing the information, and the post office address given
in order that this office may communicate with you readily.
(See certificate below.)
Dominion Statistician
CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that the answers to this schedule are complete and correct to the best of my knowledge
and belief.
Name of person furnishing
the information
93
Nan
Date of this return 39....37S.\T3..,.7SfSi. 192<
(Designation as owner, manager, secretary, etc.)
y                                (P.O. address)
SS3> 192.fo... Page 2
REPORT OF FISH CANNING AND CURING OPERATIONS,  1925
The report required on this Schedule is for fish canning and curing operations as distinct from the operations
of catching and landing the fish.    Include in report only information relating to the establishment.
1. Capital employed—(If all or part of the land, buildings or machinery is rented, the value should be stated
as closely as possible.)
(a) Land, buildings, machinery and tools
(b) Fish products on hand	
(c) Fuel and miscellaneous supplies on hand	
(d) Cash, trading and operating accounts and bills receivable
Total	
^tS/yl^ri*^ value    % /£,
Crcn?
a)  cro-o -
 4/....y*y*/........
32 JL.sr*rt>..^..
2. Time in operation and hours worked:
Number of days establishment was operated during the year..
/.Z'-.^Lt^..^...
7.J7.L/
Number of hours normally worked by wage-earners in establishment: (a) per day..^!«^vo(b) per week.4
3. Salaried employees:   Number June  15   (or nearest representative pay-day),   1925.    (Do  not include
wage-earners.)
Officers, Superintendents and Managers	
Clerks,   Stenographers,   Salesmen   and   other   salaried
employees	
Total...
Number
Male
z
Female
Total amount paid in
salaries during the year
$
tz
<ro _____-_.__
4. Wage-earners: Number in establishment on pay-roll or time record on the 15th of each month or nearest
representative date: (Do not include fishermen unless they are employed part time in the establishment.)
Month
January	
February..
March	
April	
May	
June	
Number
Male
Female
Month
July	
August.	
September-
October	
November..
December...
Number
Male
1Z...
Mo..
Female
5. Wages: Total amount paid in wages during the year to employees in establishment.    (Do not include
payments to fishermen for catching and landing the fish or payments to piece-workers.)
$ /3LOX>.7r.	
Page 3
6. Piece-workers: (a) Average number of piece-workers employed in establishment during the year.    (Do not
include wage-earners.)
#
ILLpMsr.
Male /.../..,...S.?9.S3>...7377.     Female..
(b) Total amount paid  to piece-workers in establishment during the year.    (Do not
include amounts paid to wage-earners.)
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7. Number of proprietors, if any, regularly performing manual labour in or about establishment.
8. Fuel used in establishment during the year.    (Do not include fuel used in boats.)
(State cost in each case as laid down at the establishment, including freight, duty, etc.   Do not consider fuel purchased as
representing fuel used unless the quantities are the same.)
Kind
Unit of
Measure
Quantity
Cost
Bituminous coal...,	
Anthracite coal	
Lignite coal	
Coke	
Gasoline '.	
Oil (fuel)	
Wood	
Gas (state whether artificial or natural).
Other fuel (state kind)	
Total cost	
Short Ton
Gal.
tt
Cord
1,000 c. ft.
".*'...•
9. Power Equipment: Give all power equipment employed in the establishment.    (Do not include engines
used in boats.)
Description
No. of Units
Total H.P. according to
Manufacturer's rating
1. Stationary engines, including those used for hoisting, pumping, etc.:—
(a) Steam engines and turbines	
(b) Gas, gasoline and oil engines	
2. Hydraulic turbines or water wheels	
3. Electric motors:—
(a) Operated by power generated by the establishment	
(b) Operated by purchased power	
Total	
Boilers..
10. Electricity used during the year: Quantity H.P or Kw. hours , value! S\
Page 4
11. Materials used:   Give the quantity and cost value of the fish and other materials used in the preparation
of the manufactured fish products;  also the quantity and cost value of the fish purchased for marketing
fresh.
(Where the fish are caught by the operator of the establishment or by fishermen employed by him, give the quantity of fish
used and estimate value from current prices in district.)
Kind
Quantity
Cost Value
$
Fish..... v /..l./Jr.itrr?. cwt.
 3b0.r..mc&.Q**4f..	
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 $7r.c*rx>..G!**zt.	
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 .£$,£b....?.*«!U^^^ ?./*	
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 %..U3.(*.....M*t!&L*& 3s	
S*3S- IP
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12. Products:   Give the quantity and selling value at the establishment of all products and by-products manufactured during the year (whether sold or not) including containers; and of all fish marketed fresh.
Kind
Quantity
Selling Value
$
.     A—Manufactured Fish Products
Canned Fish:
Clams and Quahaugs standard cases of 48 lb.
Sardines standard cases of 25 lb.
Other canned fish (state kind) standard cases of 48 lb.
Mb
Fish otherwise prepared (dry-salted, green-salted, smoked, smoked fiBets, dried,
tt
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B—Fish Marketed for Consumption, Fresh
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FORM  N? IT7 A (Made in D. S. A.) s
form 238 ^^^ v	
OCEAN STEAM SHIP^O., LTD.
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL 8i CO., LTD,
AGENTS
Date YAWOUWR   B.C.   FEBRUARY   8/27, Engagement No.    1761
Messrs.  WIITG  SAEG  &   CO.
VANCOUVER,   B*   0.
DEAR SIRS:
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M. S.
S. S. ?rTOTT)AR3USrt   YOY.   S .P.   32 .     expected to sail about   JORGE   10th,   1927
Commodity: SAC T   HERRING
Quantity: SOO   BOXES
Port of Loading: TTANCQW1R   B .C.
Destination HOFG K03T6
Freight Rate: §8.50 PER   TON   OF   40   CU.FT.
Freight Charges: Prepaid
Collect
Arbitrary: *
.-■-----. ■ - '
Remarks: REQUIRED  FOR LOADING HARSH 1st,  1927.
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel in loading port in fit condition to load
cargo.
2. Carrier at its option may ship the above cargo by any other vessel equivalent in classification either
steam or motor being interchangeable.
3. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting delivery to vessel.
4. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept and be bound by.
5. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carriers' control, including strikes, lockouts, acts of Governments and
of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said
vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage,  or of substituting another therefor.
6. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent
of the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without  such consent.
7. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the 'written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
8. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or
cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send  duplicate copy to us by return mail.
V
I ours
truly,
Per  Pro.   DODWELL  &   CO.,   LTD.
Accepted:
Bf
   As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
Shipper. China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. y
No...4S3...3@ ...A-—
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
7& 0*3
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected :^:Q/9/.
^S/,j^-7ld4SlM7lS:^.S. ^r0^A^...£t4/&--^>ox&s of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
V A        \ 7 S?        /J
marked...I..7.3.i '.....,./.     which were cured and packed
» * if
by    f - c/ts m7^xk'LQ......f	
a  7                 S ~7S  / ' /
at I (/......lA.&CLax&uO. 7x0-9037:1/77..
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of InspectionS..dCt.. A A 192 S
Place of lnspection7y^SC43iy§:^3..^^S.7Zy2:i.€£'
U
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing
A No.
..7X3...A 3...
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION    tf+o
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
/
TsrfHiL*,
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected..'33^....7fS9Sj..
...3.9if^.:..^^yi?ySl^y^7y. boxes of dry salted herring
,     . (Quantity to be written in full)
marked.../...^/./ which were cured and packed
by 7'7&m 4/&T&4?.... -p	
S ' t ' ' 3.   2
at
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection  ' ...r .- .........192 /..
Place of Inspection....... /.2.X.3...,..,3/3X..3:.>...:...j. ;';'„
;-   .      '      ' ,     ■
& ' *  .v..	
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing PACIFIC CORDAGE COMPANY
y 'Alexander St., Vancouver, B. C.
yATAo;^
<37ty
e are Specialists in Netting and Seines of every description for commercial fishing.
MEDIUM LAID COTTON NETTING
For Seines, Pounds, Etc. Price Per Pound
of  Tv
6 Thread
9 Thread
12 Thread
15 Thread
I 8 Thread
21   Thread
and un.
Sizes  of Stretched Mesh
i" to i y.
$1.41
1.25
1.05
.99
.96
94
2"to n/y
$1.27
1.12
.98
.94
.91
.88
3"to37/8"
$1.09
1.00
Tapered pieces 100 ft. hung measure or longer, 5% extra; shorter than 1 00 ft. hung
measure, 10% extra. Tunnel webs joined, 15% extra. Orders havingietal weight less
than 25  lbs. subject to an additional charge. S^A
Write or Ask foe Discounts Off This List____»^\^^^_7v_/^
^"^jyu^ y&>SS, ■ &. **/f3y ySy>
;gU^^~~- 0 1«<LccS3~ 7379^
3£<2^    ^O
O j* READ CAREFULLY f\
In ordering netting, it is of great importance that complete description
of order be given, otherwise we are unable to proceed until we have all the
facts.
In writing for an estimate or price, please give a complete description
of what is wanted.
It is necessary for us to have the following information before we can
proceed with an order or give an estimate, namely: Length, Depth, Size of
Mesh, Size of Twine and kind of Selvage wanted for each web.
In ordering netting, state length and depth and whether hung or
stretched measure. By carrying out the above suggestions, you will not
only assist us, but assure yourself of more prompt and accurate service.
We carry a large stock of netting all the time, so can get out rush orders
in the shortest possible time.
All prices subject to change without notice.
(Over) Telephone: Seymour a-iaa
r
Cable address:    PACORD"
bentley's and abc
Codes
PACIFIC CORDAGE COMPANY
FLAX STURGEON GILL NETS
FLAX   SALMON   NETS
HEMP AND COTTON SALMON SEINES
HEMP AND COTTON HERRING NETTING
PILCHARD AND SMELT NETTING
BELGIUM   HEMP GILL NETS
TWINES,  YARNS,   FISH   NETS,   ROPE  AND
DEEP   SEA.   FISHING   GEAR   AND
COMMERCIAL   TWINES
T3   ALEXANDKR   STREET
VANCOUVER, B. C.
TARRED MANILA   BUOY LINE
COTTON, CORK  AND  LEAD LINES
MANILA   ROPE
STOCKHOLM   PINE   TARRED NORWEGIAN HEMP HALIBUT LINES
SEINE AND GILL CORKS
LEADS
COTTON SEINE TWINES
COTTON SELVAGE  AND HANGING
TWINES
February
1 Q?"7
Mr. Wing Sang,
51  Pender 'It.  Eas1
Vancouver, B. 0.
Dear Sir;-
We supply a big quantity of seine
netting to the canneries, the best possible
quality cotton procurable.
We under stand you use considerable
netting and we are therefore taking the
liberty of mailing you our prices, giving
you the same discount as the "big canneries,
namely 2,9y  discount and 33/  SieootLnt "" days
f.o.b. Vancouver.  This is the best quality
netting made and you will appreciate the low
price which we quote you.
Trusting you will favor us with
your most valued requirements, we are,
Very truly yours,
PACIFIC COHDAOH COMPANY,
JBLjS
3nc.
ne r \
J. 3. lingreen, ADMIRAL ORIENTAL LI^E
Form A. O. L.-81
12.10.1925.   4M
FREIGHT ENGAGEMENT
TAJCOUIBfi
NO.
lM&k9-
Date..
BEG.   2*8l
.192?
mm $m**m*	
si mmm st wbst
 immwmw
Dear Sirs:
This is to confirm reservation of space for your account in the vessel or vessels designated below for the cargo described
herein subject to all the conditions hereinafter stated.
COMMODITY SOO BOXES S8X SALT HBBISS
 : Mimxsmmxsm	
.POUNDS
..CUBIC FEET
QUANTITY (weight) _*_*_ tons of *0QP	
EQUIVALENT (MEASUREMENT) lftf ..TONS OF M	
POINT OF ORIGIN...   l&M&QMM... via..	
SUPPLIER. ^S. ...4380.1?	
PORT OF LOADING    *SfiMIlAt  WQK TAHG0UTS8
SHANGHAI
 LOADING ABOUT M..®/...?JeXP£CTED TO LEAVE ABOUT
VESSEL'S NAME VOY LOADING ABOUT EXPECTED TO LEAVE ABOUT
VESSEL'S NAME VOY LOADING ABOUT EXPECTED TO LEAVE ABOUT.
DESTINATION.
VESSEL'S NAME jjjjjjfljj VOY.
i/#9/2*
Shipper to enquire and have loading date confirmed before delivering cargo to loading berth.
AT OCEAN RATE OF „„i!feJ^.Jfc..li^M.M;.ii^fc	
FREIGHT  CHARGES  TO   BE.
PBEPAIB
1. Delivery at port of shipment to be made to vessel as is customary in the particular trade.
2. This engagement is not transferrable.
3. This reservation is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel in loading port in safe condition to load cargo.
4. Carrier at its option may ship the cargo by any other vessel equivalent in classification, either steam or motor, being
interchangeable.
5. Optional destinations to be declared 10 days prior to the first declared loading date.
g. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel this engagement is accomplished, null and void, and immediately upon issuance of carriers bill of lading all terms and conditions of said bill of lading will then control.
7. The carrier shall not be liable for any failure in the performance of this engagement arising from strikes, riots, lockouts,
stoppage of labor, accidents to steamer, or from any other cause whatsoever beyond its control, or by reason of government
action; nor shall carrier be liable for discontinuing or curtailing its service, if at any time in the judgment of the carrier or its
authorized agents, conditions of war, either actual or threatened make it unsafe or imprudent for vessels owned, chartered or
operated by it to sail on their intended voyages.
8. No responsibility on account of logs in booms, or logs, lumber, shingles, pulp, etc., or other cargo, on scow, or other craft
alongside ship will be assumed by the ship or its agent until after such cargo has been lifted from the boom or scow, regardless
of whether or not ship has put out lines for the purpose of securing such booms, scow or craft.
9. Lumber and/or logs may be carried on or under deck at carrier's convenience.
10. Vessel to load and discharge only where she can safely lie afloat at all times at any draft.
11. Carrier will not be obligated to transport if goods do not arrive in due time for loading.
12. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier shipper shall
be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel, unless such failure is due to force majeure.
13. Shipper to advise railway company of this engagement number, with instructions that same be inserted in Rail bill of
lading.
14. Vessel reserves the right to work day and/or night including Sundays and Holidays.
REMARKS
ORIGINAL  HEREOF TO BE SIGNED AND  RETURNED TO   CARRIER   BY   FIRST   MAIL:   OT
SERVES THE  RIGHT TO CANCEL THIS  RESERVATION  WITHOUT NOTICE.
CARRIER   RE-
Duplicate is for shippers fil& .
ACCEPTED:  ..33^y^f...3...9..  192.7.
SUj.3 /?._.
yiSrTi      7l~3**Z!r7)~.93>.
By
SHIPPER!
U\7~~&-*^J*-
(Made in U. S. A.)
OilTIB STATES SHI
ADMIR
By
S/yC^-9 ^
J
Shipping and Lumber
VANCOUVER,B.C.
CABLE  ADDRESS DOLLAR
CODES
BENTLEV  PHRASE CODE
A.B.C.   5TH   EDITION
UNIVERSAL TRADE CODE
FIVE  LETTER  WESTERN   UNION
Be comber   27th.   1926,
Messrs.   Wing Bang & Co.,
51  Pender  St.West,
Vancouver,   B.C.
Gentlemen;
We   enclose herewith  three  copies
of  our  Contract   7606 covering  500 boxes
Dry Salt  Herring forrshipment  to Shanghai
by the   SS.   "Bdmore",   Voyage  72.
Xindl y sign and return  two copies
to  this   office.
GFW/A.
JCiB^CO./LTD.
^CSTA S D 218 3M 11-17 25     AP.
CONFIDENTIAL 73 r*S
-4:    NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA
SEATTLE BRANCH Qj^lGlN AL
/ ENGAGEMENT NOTE No. :.X064     	
Vancouver,   B.C.   Jan.  31,1927.
^BAXSLB^WASi^ , 192	
Messrs: .W.IB.G...SM.&..COMEABX	
51 East Pender  St.,
 - VA1-GQOTER-V---B.-G-.	
Gentlemen:
We confirm having reserved space for your account as under:
IXfS SAUG COMPANY
SHIPPERS	
COMMODITY SAIT..HEBHIBG.....	
( MEASUREMENT	
QUANTITY BGO-BGKES -----	
( WEIGHT 40Q-i-©00# - -
POINT OF ORIGIN %3.9.'.   VIA .	
FOR SHIPMENT FROM .YMCQBYM  TO SEAIGHAI	
IN THE SS JXQ * MARU or substitute
SCHEDULED SAILING DATE ON OR ABOUT..B-QAB.IBG..MICQWBa..i^B.,... 13*1927.	
AT OCEAN RATE OE-..fa.BQ---IEB--4.0-.--CB*..J,T.-- FREIGHT CHARGES PREPAID
REMARKS:
if mmm alongside on scows or booms, steamer assumes
m IBPONSIBILITY UNTIL ACTUALLY LOADED ON BOARD.
CONDITIONS
The above reservation is made subject to the sailing of the steamer on her regular voyage, to the terms and conditions of the
Nippon Yusen Kaisha's bill of lading and to the Acts of Governments.
In the event of failure to supply the cargo herein mentioned (or any part thereof) shippers are to be held liable for the
loss  of revenue thereby entailed.
This engagement is not transferable and it is understood that the space in this vessel covered by this contract will not be
resold by the shippers, and that if it is resold, Steamship Company has the privilege of cancelling this  contract at their option.
Carrier will not be responsible for demurrage, storage or any other charges that might accrue against shipment while awaiting delivery to steamer.
Delivery of cargo to be made alongside steamer at regular loading berth at time and date required free of all domestic
carrier's charges and/or requirements. Shipper to furnish all necessary documents and full shipping instructions before loading commences.
Loading dates, for cargo to be loaded at outside docks (i. e. other than regular berth) to be at steamer's discretion during
her stay on  Puget  Sound.
As to Flour and Wheat: bills of lading to be given only upon presentation of N. Y. K. Mates Receipts and proper weight
certificate. If Wheat is furnished in single bags, bills of lading to bear the following notation: "Single sacks. Ship not
responsible for bursting of bags and consequent loss of contents-" Shippers to furnish sufficient extra bags for reconditioning
during  loading  and  discharging.
As to Lumber and Logs: Shipping Instructions, Export Declarations, Inspection Bureau Certificates, Specifications and information  as  to marks,  etc.,  to  be  furnished  by  shipper  before loading  commences.
Lumber and/or Logs to be available and ready for loading at the rate of not less than 300,000 feet BM per day and to
be delivered at ship's tackle in such a manner as to enable proper stowage to be made.
No responsibility on account of Logs in booms, or Logs, Lumber, Shingles, Pulp, etc., on Scows alongside ship will be assumed
by the ship or its agent until after such cargo has been lifted from the boom or scow, regardless of whether or not ship has put
out lines for the purpose of securing such boom or scow.
CONFIRMED AND ACCEPTED: NIPPON YUSENJCAISHA, SEATTLE BRANCH
B.   I/lfiMSia & SOB IIMJSSC,
  -->-. ■w/w-tt-Bjpx^^
 -.- ■■  -©rr-TSfghalf 'oi CarjierS'severally but not jointly.
Kindly sign and mail duplicate copy to us by return mail, otherjpis&carrier reserves right to cancel. S D 218 3M 11-17 25     AP.
CONFIDENTIAL
*
NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA
u
SEATTLE BRANCH
K HP
E
,3: -
ENGAGEMENT NOTE  i-^to-M
Vancouver,  B.C.   Jan. 31,1927.
•£^XEL£^.WASfL, , 192..
Messrs: »M.G...SM.a..C.GMPASX	
51 East fm&er  St.,
• ■;• - ,. y-jtmsmm*»*#*.
Gentlemen:
We co:
SHIPPERS
We confirm having reserved space for your account as under:
wIIG SAIG COMPANY
COMMODITY SALT...HB_BHIN_G	
( MEASUREMENT	
 \ WEIGHT 4GOf0GO#-
QUANTITY 800-BCKBS -	
POINT OF ORIGIN l*i*   VIA
FOR SHIPMENT FROM .YAIC.O.lffiEiL .. TO SHMGMI	
IN THE SS U.O. MARU or substitute
SCHEDULED SAILING DATE ON OR ABOUT...L0ABIiiG...YAB.C.0ny:Exi..ZBB.!,...13.,.19.2.7..	
AT OCEAN RATE OF...48*50-3S-H-40-.CB.--ff-T. - ----- FREIGHT CHARGES PREPAID
REMARKS:
IF DELIVERED ALONGSIDE ON SCOWS OR BOOMS, STEAMER ASSUMES
NO RESPONSIBILITY UNTIL ACTUALLY LOADED ON BOARD.
CONDITIONS
The above reservation is made subject to the sailing of the steamer on her regular voyage, to the terms and conditions of the
Nippon Yusen Kaisha's bill of lading and to the Acts of Governments.
In the event of failure to supply the cargo herein mentioned (or any part thereof) shippers are to be held liable for the
loss  of revenue thereby entailed.
This engagement is not transferable and it is understood that the space in this vessel covered by this contract will not be
resold by the shippers, and that if it is resold, Steamship Company has the privilege of cancelling this  contract at their option.
Carrier will not be responsible for demurrage, storage or any other charges that might accrue against shipment while awaiting delivery to steamer.
Delivery of cargo to be made alongside steamer at regular loading berth at time and date required free of all domestic
carrier's charges and/or requirements. Shipper to furnish all necessary documents and full shipping instructions before loading commences.
Loading dates, for cargo to be loaded at outside docks (i. e. other than regular berth) to be at steamer's discretion during
her stay on  Puget Sound.
As to Flour and Wheat: bills of lading to be given only upon presentation of N. Y-. K. Mates Receipts and proper weight
certificate. If Wheat is furnished in single bags, bills of lading to bear the following notation: "Single sacks. Ship not
responsible for bursting of bags and consequent loss of contents." Shippers to furnish sufficient extra bags for reconditioning
during  loading  and   discharging.
As to Lumber and Logs: Shipping Instructions, Export Declarations, Inspection Bureau Certificates, Specifications and information as  to marks,  etc., to  be  furnished by  shipper before loading  commences.
Lumber and/or Logs to be available and ready for loading at the rate of not less than 300,000 feet BM per day and to
be delivered at ship's tackle in such a manner as to enable proper stowage to be made.
No responsibility on account of Logs in booms, or Logs, Lumber, Shingles, Pulp, etc., on Scows alongside ship will be assumed
by the ship or its agent until after such cargo has been lifted from the boom or scow, regardless of whether or not ship has put
out lines for the purpose of securing such boom or scow.
NIPPON YUSE
CONFIRMED AND ACCEPTED:
Kindly sign and mail duplicate copy to us by return mail, o:
if of .Carfiers  severally but not jointly.
fwise carrier reserves right to cancel. A*
-
i
No../..
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THUS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected./fc
■lS'     7     .,
.. /.. TASS/fvXy:^. 9 ".SPTSx. boxes of dry 'salted herring
AS (Quantity to be written in full)
marked..,/..3.7. J. which were cured and packed
by
>/ ..yy   j, t> g.
.- /,..77:a:-3.  .:,.'.-,::.......
at.
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of InSpeclion...SA33S.... 192 Z..
Place of Inspection ..3.\../...*.,. 3. X, , 7.	
'...-'   ,■'■
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing
-■/ 3 *
No..
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
& ci a * 77 ,
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected.4&.iA3. &-£&&4.	
.3.7.3. 3.22:2'.      ...'..'...: 2...boxes of dry salted herring
\    9 (Quantity to be written in full)
marked../!..;!..?...! .'. which were cured and packed
by : '.; *d.as*iy%..
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at .. 3. .33.33.3.17/.:,:.. .:3. ,:.:,.../..:	
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
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Date of Inspection.±33S.7..S.. ,. 1927....
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Place of Inspection   ...../
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
s
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected..3x..//fj. AA/fT/MS......
y..33x^&...y/3€yy-Zs7A>3X3Zy boxes of dry salted herring
I (Quantity to be written in full)
marked..../...9.:..I. which were cured and packed
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by /...yy S.OxriS..^   f	
at 3.3 .3.Ay...:..:....7,..,,7....,yy3.3.7..<..-,..y3....
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
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Date of Inspection.9.37133/....3 192 ..S.
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Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing -oiephone Sey. 313
Cable Address 'WINGSANG" Vancouver.
P.O. Box 15
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ANSWERS  FOR THE TWELVE  MONTHS  ENDING 31st  DECEMBER 1926
pr-Nature of Trade or Industry 7/..%JsA.. 3.3^A4yy^-7j. yySy-^y	
Where an employer carries on two or more classes of industry, such as logging, sawmill, planing-mill, shingle-mill, logging-railway, &c,  he should make a separate
report for each.    If a sufficient number of forms for this purpose have not been sent to you, please communicate with the Department of Labour.
1.   Total Salary and Wage Payments during twelve months
ending 31st December, 1926 :—
Officers, Superintendents, and Managers, $ t.TT.9.9%.?..?.
Clerks, Stenographers, Salesmen,   etc.,   $	
Wage-earners (including piece-workers), $ '.3t. *..<3P... Yl*.
Total
./.££.
2.   Wage-earners, number, 31st December, 1926, as per pay-roll.
Males.
JS..L
Females.
3.    Average   No.   of wage-earners   (do   not  include   salaried
officials, etc.).
Average Number of Wage-earners
during the Month of
1926 January	
February...
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September..
October	
November .,
December .
Males.
.1.1.
.ftS.
S.S.
Females.
4.    Nationality of  employees on pay-roll for   week of employment of the greatest number.
Country of Origin.
Canada and Newfoundland	
Great Britain and Ireland	
United States of America	
Australasia 	
Belgium 	
France 	
Italy	
Germany 	
Austria and Hungary 	
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, etc.
Russia or other Slav country	
Other European country	
China  	
Hindustan ,	
Japan   	
All other countries 	
Males.
33k.
U
F'emales.
5.    No. of Wage-earners (only) classified as to weekly wages.
WEEKLY WAGES
paid for the Week of
Employment of the
Greatest Number.
Under $6.00 Weekly
$ 6.00 to $6.99 '
7.00 to    7-gg '
8.00 to    8.99 '
g.oo to    9.99 '
10.00 to  10.99 '
11.00 to  11.99 '
12.00 to 12.99 !
13.00 to 13.99
14.00 to   14.99 '
15.00 to  15.99
16.00 to  16.99
17.00 to 17.99 '
18.00 to  18.99 '
19.00 to  19.99 '
20.00 to 20.99 '
21.00 to 21.99 '
22.00 to 22.99 '
23.00 to 23.99 '
24.00 to 24.99 '
25.00 to 25.99 '
26.00 to 26.99 '
27.00 to 27.99 '
28.00 to 28. g9 '
29.00 to 29.99 '
30.00 to 34.99 '
35.00 to 39.99 '
40.00 to 44.99 '
45.00 to 49.99 '
50.00 & over ,:
Totals	
No. of Males.
No.
18 Years
of Age
and over.
.m*.
ss.
No.
Under
18 Years
of Age.
No. of Females.
No.
18 Years
of Age
and over
No.
Under
18 Years
of Age.
No. of
Apprentices (not
to be
included
in other
columns).
Number of hours per week normally worked by wage-earners:-
 rT.Aj..wage-earners working..rT.o....hours weekly.
 wage-earners working hours weekly.
 wage-earners working hours weekly.
 wage-earners working hours weekly.
7.    During how many weeks in the twelve months ending 31st
December, 1926, did you operate?.
7(o  i^x^lSOo
Your attention is drawn to the obligation created by section 8 of the Act to supply the information asked for.~Wi   OVER A\
f%
WAGE RATES, 1925-1926.
Please fill in form below showing normal rates of wages paid to the different classes
of male labour in your employ.
CLASS OF LABOUR (MALE EMPLOYEES ONLY).
1925.
1926.
Number of
Employed.
1
i    Hourly Rate.
Number of
Employed.
Hourly Rate.
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^ 2500   9-26.
Ocean Steam Ship 0>*,..ltd.
China Mutual. Steam Navigation Co.,l,td.
WnunWuMXMBMJLnnR
Dodwell & Co., Ltd.
General agents for Pacific Coast
Telegraphic a duress
"Dodwell"
SEATTLE,   WASH.
SAN  FRANCISCO,   CAL.
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
LOS ANGELES,   CAL.
VANCOUVER, B. C, JANUARY 28TH, 1927.
Messrs. Wing Sang & Co.,
51 Pender St. E.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sirs:
S.S. "PHLLOCTETES" VOY. T.P. 16
We wish to advise that the S.S. "PHLLOCTETES"
will arrive here to load outward on February 4th and will
berth at the Ballantyne Pier.
We would therefore request that you kindly have
your shipments available for loading on February tt^th
furnishing us as soon as possible with necessary export
documents and shipping instructions.
Yours faithfully,
Per Pro DODWELL & COMPANY LTD.
SSS9
ACTING ASS'T MANAGER.
DMC/BM
B. -
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No.
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected. ^Z<?. ^TtP^S.	
 .:.3—7/9*3^S^(rr S. .....:.:..i boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
marked         which were cured and packed
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at I ! ...... .? 3..:..:...:....../.	
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
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Date of Inspection ;..i„_...,7,.3....:. 192 .
Place of Inspection.	
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing J.
No.
77
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected         	
   3  boxes of dry salted herring
,     . (Quantity to be written in full)
marked...;  .....' which were cured and packed
by... ..Sy. S..33,.,.......:...	
at.
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
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Date of Inspection.. 792 .......
Place of Inspection:               ...:...„,...
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing -*\
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected..S37d..dt3z£SJ.
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marked... I..X.3I.
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for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection...J?2x3tLA.../..Att	
Place of InspcctiM.-7skj33iy0%@----®t,
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
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CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected./
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(Quantity to be written in full)
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for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection...
Place of Inspection.
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected.:$&&...C&&364.
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and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection..Xy—yT*..3
Place of Inspection.:,.... 3.12...
.192 .A.
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT  HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspectedM'A.$....S3&3%3^£..
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for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection.S2..S&...S.S......77 192 .A...
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
• (Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected.^.^?...^^^	
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for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
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Date of InspectionS7l7S....a..S.. 192 A...
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THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected.3.SO....tSTT/TS.	
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condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
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and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected/.^ SS&3/CyC.
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(Quantity to be written in full)
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at.
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
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Dctte of Inspection.-. :...,.....3. 192 &...
Place of Inspection      :	
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing t\
No 7.
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected.^.^I.?^^^.
boxes of dry salted herring
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for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
7
Date of Inspection .(y/.XTSy...7. 192 ..(*?.
Place of Inspection   	
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Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing 'J
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected.d/£#....&!&&&$..
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(Quantity to be written in full)
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at ...:.:.:" '...*.'..:. I	
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection...
Place of Inspection:.
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DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
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and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection.....
Place of Inspection.%
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Messrs.  1^-S.:.™!*."©...™.:™**^
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We have this day sold you for»a«e0wifr^i-ea^P'»i*oij)als->MesgKS1-.W^ A^Ward^Co,iimitedry.auaajiiKer,
B. C, the iolkwin&i
QUANTITY
f%**, y
ne iiundrecl tons
MERCHANDISE
-.-.,  .,, («   ._; ,  f_    .......
is.lf ground  Salt,   packed
Arden Salt Company
T t_S - i£       1
T:.   i,XO'.T    DagS,
PRICE
"B'n-h   SanTTratw -5 «r* ,
PAYMENT
£0    Avt
V"Y +
SHIPMENT
iMmMIe
Insurance from Seattle  at Buyers  risk,
to
Freight  and handling, ait Seattle    $2.50-p
er  t on
acceptance :m'QGAMme
WIRING JGASBS:
Per International Brokerage,
ALLOWANCES:
Yours faithfully,
We confirm this sale note subject to conditions stated
on reverse side.
"" /wrf^jiikyers. GENERAL CONDITIONS TO APPLY TO ORDER ON REVERSE SIDE
In cases whdre goods are not sold on sample, it ;is understood, and agreed, that quality is to be "Fair average of the
particular season." .
Quantity specified to be taken to mean, actual and|or 5 per cent, more or less.
If shipment or the whole or part should be prevented through any contingency or cause of any nature beyond our
control, or the control of the manufacturer, packer or shipper, from whom we may purchase the goods for the purpose
of this sale, the Order to be void as to any part not fulfilled.
CANCELMENT. Should the vessel or vessels carrying the whole or any portion of the goods be lost, this Contract to
be void as regards such portion as may be lost, but should the goods be transhipped and arrive in another vessel, Contract still to hold if the goods are in order and condition.
This contract is subject to Government or shipping embargoes, restraint of rulers, princes and people. Any change in
duty is to be for account of Buyers.
If any question arises as to quality, the goods in all cases to be taken at such reduction (if any) on the contract price,
.as  may  be  fixed  by  arbitration.   Any  dispute  arising  out  of this sale note to be settled by arbitration in 	
..- : (two  arbitrators  or their  umpire)   in  the  usual way. ..,.'. -   -
RICE,   CEREALS   AND   WHOLE   SPICES      ——-
Sales are made on the same terms as the contracts of the Rice Brokers' Association, and,the printed rules of the General Produce Brokers' Association of London, governing either shipments via London Or direct to Colonial, Continental
or other ports.
Rice sales are made subject to the Bills of Lading of the steamers carrying the goods, and all sales are made on shipping weights at port of shipment; we are not responsible for any loss in weight during voyage.
SALMON
ACCEPTANCE OF QUALITY. Under this contract salmon to be examined within ten days, on arrival at shipping point
by purchaser or their representative, if goods approved by buyers examiner his acceptance to be final as to quality; in
the event of disputes arising as to quality, condition or any other question the same to be settled by arbitration at point
of shipment, one arbitrator to be appointed by each party, the arbitrators to have power in the case of disagreement to
refer the matter to an umpire the award of the arbitrators or umpire to be conclusive and binding between the parties
of this contract. _, ... -      -..      -
ALLOWANCES. Blown, burst, pierced and leaky tins full invoice value, said allowance to be settled on result of examination on arrival of not less than ten per cent. (10%) of the cases for an average, -such allowance to be verified by
seller's agent at the examination and to be paid for at the cif cost on presentation within. 90 days after arrival of properly certified documents showing results of said examination.
Buyer's signature on reverse side confirms acceptance of above conditions,,:," ^ Jfe —'■- E. S.   H.   WINN,   CHAIRMAN
PARKER   WILLIAMS,   Commissioner
HUGH   B     GILMOUR,    COMMISSIONER
F. W.    HINSDALE,   SECRETARY
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COMPENSATION
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THE  CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
VANCOUVER.  B. C.
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China Mutual Steam Na^gation Co.,ltd.
Bijdb StammSi liin
Dodwell & Co., Ltd.
General Agents for Pacific Coast
Telegraphic address
"dodwell"
Seattle, Wash.
san francisco, cal.
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
LOS ANGELES,   CAL.
VANCOUVER B.C. NOVEMBER 85th, 1926.
Messrs. Wing Sang &  Company,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Dear Sirs:
S.S.   "TYNDAREUS" VOY.   T.P.  31
Please be good enough to  advise us
by return,  destination of your shipments of Salt
Fish boofced for the above vessel loading here
December 4th, also number of boxes for each port.
Yours faithfully,
Per Pro  DODWELL & COMPANY LTD.
ACTING ASS'T MANAGER,
B. '7
No.s4-l
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected.3&..&.%....3ttA&&&..\..
'(.-.. w./y/Mi
(Quantity to be written in full)
 boxes of dry salted herring
LSI
marked...'.....A....I.......   which were cured and packed
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at.
/ ^xLtyCL^tjO Sa&S^9%aA
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection......................:.....,.:.: 192 .
Place of Inspection...'...: '.. 	
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Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing *
Wing Sang Co,,
51 Pender St. E.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Gentlemen!
October 26th, 1926.
MANAGER:
J. A. HUMBIRD
CABLE ADDRESS:
"PALMER"
All Agreements are Contingent upon strikes, Accidents or Other Delay Unavoidable or Beyond our Control.
Quotations Subject to Change Without Notice
Replying to your letter of October 25th regarding invoice £©r
lumber amounting to $50.55 which was paid on September 14th, we find
on checking up our records that the usual 2fo  cash discount was not
deducted by you \?hen remitting to us.
Possibly the terms on which this lumber was sold to you w**e
omitted from the invoice forwarded to you. Therefore, it will be in
order for you to deduct this discount of $1.00 from your next payment
to us.
Yours very truly,
0 a yQ^	
SALES DEPARTMENT.
AWsLS *-.,''
H    : ,1-	
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected...jf.3fa0....t&&%44...
3-S -
A7i *^&                                     .........3 boxes of dry salted herring
1              (Quantity to be written in full)
marked 1...S.S.[.....^ which were cured and packed
by 7.7 9. *Wf.<ayfH«-9	
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at 4:3./. %.:::: :S9-3:.. 3............     ^A^fxS^,
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
3,...   / 7 M          y
Place of Inspection                      .......,,.!•: :..:,.7...
. d9   * .
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected.../....&?..
	
,...:. ..:..,-	
marked. .{....{..'..%
by SiS/7...
(Quantity to be written in full)
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which were cured and packed
at 7 ! 73 2.3-223. 3333... 3y	
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection /...:73i3..
192
Place of Inspection 7....,:.:.,..:,. -.:,:,. .3........	
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ShippinGx\nd Dumber
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CABLE  ADDRESS    "DOLLAR"
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UNIVERSAL TRADE CODE
FIVE  LETTER  WESTERN   UNION
November 12th 191
Messrs. Wing Sang & Co. Ltd.,
51 Penaer St. E.,
Vance aver, E. C.
Gentlemen:
SS  ''Wheatland Montana"
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We have lust receivea advice from
car Seattle Office that the "Wheatland Montana" Is
on schedule ana sill be in Vanceuver on cr about
November 18th to load Dry Salt Herring at the
Terminal Docks «.
Would appreciate if you sould have the
Herring coverea by your Contract V-56G on hand at
the Terminal Docks by that date.
GFW/M
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Ocean Steam Ship (A,-td.
China Mutual Steam Navigati on Co..ltd.
Dodwell & Co., L.ti>.
General agents for Pacific Coast
TELEGHAPHIC   AD]
"DODWJSLI/
SEATTLE,   WASH.
SAN FRANCISCO,   CAL.
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
LOS ANGELES,   CAL.
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General Agents for Pacific Coast
Telegraphic Address
"Dodwell"
Seattle, wash.
san francisco, cal.
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
LOS ANGELES,   CAL.
VANCOUVER B.C. OCTOBER 21st, 1926,
Messrs. Wing Sang &  Company,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Dear Sir:
S.S. "TALTHYBIUS" VOY. T.P. 25
We wish to confirm that we are at
your request reducing space reserved for you for
Salt Fish in the above vessel under our contract
1642, to 500 boxes.
Yours faithfully,
Per Pro DODWELL &  COMPANY LTD,
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ACTING ASS'T MANAGER.
DMC'/M
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WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER   STREET  EAST            CS                     <_-. ^* ,
rs <~ VANCOUVER,  B. C.7^\^\}.:.^......  ...192b..: JOHN HUNT
General Manager
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November 4, 1926,
Mr. Yip Sang,
51 Pender Street, E.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sir:-
With reference to our letter of
October 13th?
Please return the duplicate copies of
lease with the rental of #450.00.
Since
-Ls7
Genejrfl Manager.
Pe]
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VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
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*KS: ADDRETSS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO THE PROVINCE
7th October 1926
Messrs.
Wing Sang Company,
51 Pender Street East,
Vancouver, B. 0,
Gentlemen?
We are returning herewith our
acceptance of your contract for space in our
forthcoming "Fisheries" supplement.
Thanking you,we are,
Yours very truly,
THE DAILY PROVINCE
Ass't* Advertising Manager Fo,m 128 y        ■ ^OPY) P._X.-:7,_X,:..:._:_::.	
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on publication of same. —'" S
THE PROVINCE will not recognize any verbal conditions in connection with advertise-
A   / y~. ments. Any special contracts or agreements must be incorporated in this contract.
Advertising Manager Address .,.., 3-	
(Signed ) Wing Sang Qo.
(_ ■      •"-•' - •   SI Pender Street East \
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ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO THE PROVINCE
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25tfa October 1926
Messrs.
Wing Sang and Company,
51 Pender St. East,
City.
Attention Mr. Yip Mow,
Gentlemen; »
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The Daily Province plans to publish
the ^Fisheries** supplement about the first of
Hovember.
To make this possible, it is necessary
that we have copy for your advertisement at the
earliest possible moment. Will you be so kind,
therefore, as to give this matter your early attention?
reciated.
Such co-operation will be greatly app -
Yours very truly
WOO/ u.
THE  DULY PHOVIICE
99 Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancouver.
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May 30th,   1926.
Messrs. Wing Sang Co.,
51 Pender St.,
City.
Gentlemen:
RE.NAILS FOR HERRI1G BOXES.
Further to your conversation with our Mr Beattie
regarding the above, we beg to confirm prices as follows:
WIRE SCREW NAILS.  (As per sample.)
2-3/4"x 10 gauge       #5-03 per 100 lbs.
3" x 9  ■        4.97 «  ■  "
F.O.B. Vancouver, Duty & Sales Tax included.
Packed in Iron Kegs of 100 lbs.each.
Terms; Nett on delivery.
The above nails are English manufacture and are
fully guaranteed as to quality.  We are enclosing herewith
descriptive matter showing their many advantages.
We require from 10 to 12 weeks from date of order
to deliver in Vancouvert
Yours faithfully,
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Claim 212468 Your employee   H# Sakula
at     **   Cowichan Bay
had his       toe    injured on n„+. p
Kindly forward immediately Employer*s Report
of accident (Form 7) or advise reason it cannot
be sent.
Yours very truly
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WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT
BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYER'S REPORT OF ACCIDENT
(Forward promptly lo Workmen's Compensation Board, 402 Pender St. W., Vancouver, B. C.)
WHEN  ACCIDENT  DISABLES WORKMEN  FOR MORE THAN THREE DAYS FILL IN ALL BLANKS; IF DISABLED
FOR THREE DAYS OR LESS, ANSWER FIRST SIX QUESTIONS.    (REQUIRED UNDER SEC. 43, CH. 77, 1916.)
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work after accident.
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15    How long had you been prying him at this rate?
16    How long had he been working for you at the work
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17   What were his total earnings for the twelve months,
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18    During how much, if any, of that time  did he  not
work?
19    Give the cause and the duration of each important loss
of time.
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SNanaimo (Board of ^Srade
Incorporated 1889
Mr.   YIP  SANG &   (P. ,
VANCOUVER,      B.C.
3N&na,imo, ©.(?.
October ?/ 1^36
DEAR  SIR:
For some time past, the officers of the Board of Trade have been receiving complaints from local residents that they find it difficult to obtain employment on Vancouver Island owing to the practice followed by many
employers of sending to Vancouver for help, without first ascertaining if it can be obtained locally. In some instances, employers go so far as to refuse to engage any but  those sent from private employment agencies in Vancouver
The results of this policy are very far reaching. It causes citizens to move to the larger centers; reduces
the amount of business transacted in the district and instead of encouraging the establishment of homes and families
increases the number of single migratory workers, many of whom are not citizens or likely to become permanent
residents on Vancouver Island.
It may be contended that Nanaimo has not the population or the labor supply necessary to keep local
industries supplied with labor and that it is necessary to send to Vancouver. If this is true it will always continue,
for until mechanics and laborers find that work can be obtained here they will quite naturally make their headquarters in the cities where help is recruited by employers.
The Board has gone into the whole subject at some length and believes that it has a solution of the problem which will benefit this community and at the same time enable employers to secure help quickly from Vancouver
if it is found that the class tequired is not available locally.
The medium suggested is the Employment Service of Canada, operated by the Provincial Government
and maintained by both the Provincial and Federal Governments in every Province of Canada with the exception of
Prince Edward Island. A branch office of this Service is located in the Windsor Block, Phone 787, and is in charge
of Mr. J. T. Carrigan. Orders placed with him will be filled with local people, or if the class of labor required
is not available, the orders will be promptly transferred to the Vancouver office of the Employment Service, thus
giving local residents the first opportunity for work in the district, but at the same time promptly providing for the
needs of industries which cannot be met from the available local supply. The Service is, of course, entirely free to
both employers and workmen and it may interest you to know that since it was organized in 1919, 325,262 men
and women have been placed in employment within B. C. and 44,901 in other Provinces, by the offices in this
Province.
If you will adopt our suggestion we feel that it will be to the advantage of employers, employees,  and the
vhole community and greatly assist the Board of Trade in  advancing the interests of the district. >m;in Doll
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51 Pender East,
Vancouver, B. C.
Gentlemen:
Contract V-569
Recently we wrote you regarding
above contract, advising you that the SS "Hid mere"
would be ahead of time and asking you to advise us
if it v\ould be possible to transfer same to the
"Wheatland Montana" or cancel.
We would appreciate ycur reply by
return mail.
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Nanaimo, B. C.
BUTCHER MEAT
Groceries.
Prime roast.Pork, Mutton, Veal.  Cooked Meats
A complete line of provisions including
Teas, Coffees, :?resh Eggs, Canned goods, etc.
Bread.      ]?resh bread and cakes from ShellY's and
Veteran's Bakeries,
Cereals,
Plour, Breakfast foods, etc.
"Fruit & Vegetables,
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and vegetables including, Potatees, Onions,
Cabbage, Carrots and etc.
Washing Soap & powders.
Tobacco, Cigarettes, etc.
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CANADA
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
DOMINION FISHERIES, BRITISH COLUMBIA
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF  INSPECTOR
801  Rogers Building,
Vancouver, B.C., SePtembe.r..?*!>...i9.£k.
ALL.  COMMUNICATIONS TO BE
ADDRESSED TO THE CHIEF INSPECTOR
IN YOUR REPLY
PLEASE QUOTE
Gentlemen '•
I would refer you to paragraph 5 of the Regulations
governing the dry salting of herring and which reads as
follows:
"5.     The  fish,   on removal from the tanks,   shall
be well drained of pickle,  firmly packed in the
boxes and sprinkled with salt.    Each box shall
be filled to  its utmost capacity with fish at
the time of shipment.    A mark or number shall
be plainly marked on each box to indicate the
packer of the fish."
It  is observed that the  requirements of the last  sentence of the above paragraph have not been complied with ii*
their entirety during the last year.
In order to facilitate the proper enforcement  of the
Act  and to protect the  industry itself  it  will be necessary
for eaoh operator to forward to this officg_a_saaple—of—
the marking which he wishes to place on the boxes packed anc
"Shipped by him.    This mark must be of such a character as
tfill definitely identify the packer in each case.     On
receipt of the samples from all packers any duplication of
marks will be adjusted and the mark approved of  in each case
by the Department must be used on every box of dry salt
herring packed.
Yours truly,
J. A. MOTHERWELL.
Chief Inspector of Fisheries.
Yip Sang, Esq.,
51 Pender St., E.,
City.
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September  30,   1926,
Mr. Yip Sang,
51 Pender Street, W.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sir:-
Wish to advise you that your lease
with us for Lot 6 and f,   Newcastle Island, expires October 31? 1926*
Kindly advise us if you wish a renewal*
Siricereljrnyours^
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October  2nd,   1S26,
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October 4th 1926
Messrs. Wing Sang & Co
51 Pender St. E.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Gentlemen:
Contract V-569 SS "Edmore" 72W
Referring, to above contract covering
shipment of Dry Salt Herring for clearance on the
SS "Eamore".
Contract states steamer is due to
commence loading October 22nd, sailing November 5th.
We are now in receipt of advice from our Seattle Office
that this steamer is away ahead of time and will start
loading October 16th, sailing 25th.
As we dc not anticipate your having any
Herring available by this date, we would ask ycu to
advise us by return mail if you are agreeable to our
transferring this Contract to the "Wheatland Montana"
Voy. 55W, due Seattle November 15th and sailing from here
November 30th.
Very tru^.
CANADA
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lotira truly,
Wins Sane Co.,
per. Mfvf Win*. Sang 3&
51 Pender St. E.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sirjf
September l?th, 1926.
MANAGER:
J. A. HUMBIRD
Cable address :
"PALMER"
all agreements abe contingent upon strikes. accidents or other delay unavoidable or beyond our control.
Quotations Subject to Change Without Notice'
Replying to your letter of September 9th, your foreman from the
herring camp at North Galiano Island called the other day, and took
away a parcel of lumber for vshich he paid cash.
He left with us a order which is being assembled, and we are
prepared to fill this order on our usual local rate terms, namely—
2^ discount for cash on payment of invoice by return mail.
The boat was to call today, but up to the time of writing has
not done so.
AS:LS
Yours very truly,
Ass
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les Manager. Steveston,B.C.
May 28th 1926.
Messrs Wing Sang Co.,
51 Pender St., S»,
Vancouver, B.C.
Attention of Mr Yip Mow,
Gentlemen:
Confirming our conversation yesterday in regard to "building
+** 37uS
of a 55ft "by 13ft 8 inches "by 5 ft 8 inches depth Seine boat, I beg
to inform you that I agree to build the same on the following terms
and conditions.
Contract price total   |3875.0G
Cash on approval 1000.00
When planked 1500,00
When completed 1375.00
1 agree to insure the "boat to lie "built in a workmanlike
manner along the lines of usual practice for boats of this kind,
and will be delivered at Steveston on or before September 15th 1926.')
The above mentioned does not cover the cost for.installing
an engine on the. boat, which will cost #500.00
Assuring you of my best attention to your commands.
Yours very truly? PLEASj^ADDRESS   ALL   COMMUNICATIONS   TO   THE   COMPANY   AND   NOT   TO   ^DIVIDUALS
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BENTLEY'S:    LIEBER'S:   A.l:    CALPACK
Vancouver, B. C.
Aug.10th 1926.
Messrs, Wing Sang & Co.,
51 Pender St.E.
CITY
Itear Sirs,
SAaiON AM) HERRING BOXES
We offer you for immediate acceptance your
requirements on Salmon and Herring Boxes for the coming season
for salted salmon and salted herring,/vizs
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Salmon boxes    HBf^ each
Herring boxes  67§^  "
Plus sales tax and Harboue Itoas (if any).   Terms: Net cash, f.o.b.
scow or steamer.
It will be necessary for you to place your orders
at once, as we have only a limited number of boxes to offer, also
that we may be enabled to make arrangements with the mills which
will be cutting the lumber for us.
We can only handle firm orders placed now, and
cannot undertake to supply boxes ordered from time to time during
the fishpack.
If interested^ kindly advise by return.
Yours faithfully,
EVANS tQQLMKS & EVATE .LIMITED
JCsBB J. A. FERRIER
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J. H. LUCAS
FERRIER & LUCAS
MACHINERY AGENTS
CONSULTING   ENGINEERS AND  DESIGNERS
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VANCOUVER, B.C.
July 30, 1926.
Messrs. Wing Sang & Go.,
b±  Pender Street Bast,
City.
Gentlemen;
sales tax affidavit in duplicate covering
We are enclosing herewith
Mdavit in duplicate cover:
50 H.P. Diesel engine for your new seine
boat, now building at Steveston. Will you
kindly take this up at once with Mr. Peele
at the Customs in lew Westminster, end have
him sign the last clause on both sheets,
also you, yourselves, sign the top paragraph.
We need this properly signed before we can
clear the shipment through the Customs.
Kindly give this matter your
immediate attention,  We thank you.
Yours very truly,
iVERHIER/B;  LUCAS.
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Attention Mr Yip Mow,
Messrs Wing Sang & Co
51 Pender Street 1,
City9
Dear Sirs;'
SALT   FOR JFISHERI3S  1926/7
Confirming the writers conversation
of  this morning regarding your future  supplies
of the above,we have covered you against any
increase of present day prices and in the event
of a decline of either Arden's  or the California
Salt Association prices,the same will be
protected*
On the return of Mr Tsujimura from
Japan you can arrange with him your anticipated
wants,when a formal contract will  then "be made
out*
Subject to  Goverment regulations,   we
have also secured  the same rate of freight as last
year, viz #2,25 per ton to Chemainus or other East
Coast Custom Ports,
APW/A
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UNIVERSAL MOTORS
125  H.P.  ATLAS- IMPERIAL  DIESEL
426 HOWE STREET
Vancouver, B.C.
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RECEIVED from Messrs,  Ying  Sang '& Oo, ,  the
sum of ol,40G.00s  deposit on one  50 H.P.
"Atlas-Imperial" Marine Diesel  Engine with
regular   catalog  equipment  ancl   steel  propeller
shafting.   Sale  price  £o.b,  Vancouver  dock
§5.f50G.0Q.     Balance  payable upon arrival  of
machinery in Vancouver,     Delivery to  be made
about  June  30th,
ALL   AGREEMENTS   CONTINGENT   UPON   STRIKES,   ACCIDENTS   AND   OTHER   DELAYS   UNAVOIDABLE  OR  BEYOND   OUR CONTROL
QUOTATIONS   SUBJECT   TO   CHANGES   IN   CUSTOMS   DUTY   AND   REGULATIONS N-Y-K LINE
SAN FRANCISCO-ORIENT SERVICE
FORTNIGHTLY PASSENGER SERVICE
SAN FRANCISCO-LOS ANGELES
HONOLULU
YOKOHAMA-KOBE-SHANGHAI
HONGKONG
VESSELS IN SERVICE
S. S. Taiyo Maru,
S. S. Tenyo Maru,
S. S. Sliinyo Maru,
S, S. Korea Maru,
S. S. Siberia Maru,
15,000 Gross Tons
14,000 Gross Tons
14,000 Gross Tons
12,000 Gross Tons
12,000 Gross Tons
N-Y-K LINE
(NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA)
HEAD OFFICE:  TOKYO, JAPAN
REGULAR FORTNIGHTLY PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICE
BETWEEN SEATTLE, VICTORIA, VANCOUVER AND
YOKOHAMA, KOBE, NAGASAKI, SHANGHAI, WITH CONNECTIONS FOR ALL POINTS IN THE
ORIENT, INDIA, AUSTRALIA AND EUROPE
SEATTLE-ORIENT SERVICE
SAILING SCHEDULE No. 7   1926
Subject to Change Without Notice
Seattle, Washington, March 15, 1926
Passenger Steamerst Kaga Maru, Iyo Maru, Shidzuoka Maru and Yokohama Maru, Westward voyages, sail from Seattle at 10 o'clock a. m.
NOTE: Vessels printed in Red have only limited passenger accommodations.   These Vessels will call at Dairen or North China Ports if sufficient inducement is offered.
N-Y-K LINE
NEW YORK SERVICE
Frequent Sailings of Cargo Steamers
From NEW YORK via Panama
FOR YOKOHAMA, KOBE. SHANGHAI
AND OTHER PORTS
SOUTH AMERICAN SERVICES
* Frequent sailings of cargo vessels on
each of the following lines:
BRAZIL-ARGENTINA-ORIENT LINE
(Via Gaps Town)
PERU-CHILE-ORIENT LINE
(Trans-Pacific)
FROM THE ORIENT—EASTWARD
SHANG-
HAI
Leave
NAGASAKI
Arrive       Leave
KOBE
Arrive       Leave
YOK-
KAICHI
Ar.      Lv
NAGO-
YA
Ar.    Lv.
am-
MIDZU
Ar.      Lv.
YOKOHAMA
Arrive       Leave
VICTORIA
Ar.      Lv,
SEATTLE
Arrive
VESSELS
Voyage
No.
TO THE ORIENT—WESTWARD
SEATTLE
Leave
VANCOUVER
Arrive       Leave
VIC-
TORIA
Ar.      Lv.
YOKOHAMA
Arrive       Leave
KOBE
Arrive       Leave
■BEET
SAKI
Ar.      Lv.
SrtANG-
HAI
Arrive
Mar. 20
Apr.     4
Apr.   19
May   10
Mar. 22
Apr.     6
Apr.   21
May   12
Mar. 23
Apr.    7
Apr.   22
May   13
Mar. 24
Apr.     8
Apr.   23
May  14
Ang.   16
Aug.   18    Aug.   19
Aug.  20
Mar. 26
Apr. 10
Apr. 17
Apr. 25
May 8
May 16
June 8
June 26
July 3
July 11
July 31
Aug. 8
Aug. 22
Apr. 18
May 9
June 27
Aug. 1
Mar. 27
Apr. 11
Apr. 26
May 17
June 9
July 4
July 12
Aug. 9
Aug^3
May 10
May 18
June 10
June 28
July 5
July 13
Aug. 2
Aug. 10
Au^24
Mar. 28
Apr. 12
Apr. 19
Apr. 27
May 10
May 18
June 10
June 28
July 6
July 13
Aug. 2
Aug. 10
Au^21
Mar. 30
Apr. 14
Apr. 21
Apr. 29
May 12
May 20
June 12
June 30
July 7
July 16
Aug. 4
Aug. 12
Aug. 26
Apr. 13
Apr. 28
May 5
May 13
May 26
June 3
June 26
July 14
July 21
July 29
Aug. 18
Aug. 26
Sept. 9
Tuesday
Apr.   13
Wednesday
Apr.   28
Wednesday
May    5
Thursday
May   13
Wednesday
May   20
Thursday
June    3
Saturday
June   26
Wednesday
July   14
Wednesday
July   21
Thursday
July   29
Wednesday
Aug. 18
Thursday
Aug. 26
Thursday
Sept.   9
IYO MARU
SHIDZUOKA MARU
ATAGO MARU
YOKOHAMA MARU
ASUKA MARU
KAGA MARU
IYO MARU
ATAGO MARU
SHIDZUOKA MARU
YOKOHAMA MARU
ASUKA MARU
KAGA MARU
IYO MARU
79
63
5
53
0
77
80
6
64
64
7
78
81
Tuesday
Apr.     27
Wednesday
May    12
Monday
May   17
Thursday
May  27
Monday
June    7
Thursday
June   17
Saturday
July   10
Monday
Wednesday
Aug.    4
Thursday
Aug.   12
Monday
Thursday
Sept. 9
Thursday
Sept. 23
May   18
June    8
July   27
Aug.  31
May   22
June   12
July   31
Sept.   4
Apr.   27
May   12
May  27
June   17
July   10
Aug.    4
Aug.   12
Sept.   9
Sept. 23
May 13
May 28
June 8
June 12
June 29
July 3
July 26
Aug. 17
Aug. 20
Aug. 28
Sept. 21
Sept. 25
Oct.     9
May 16
May 31
June 11
June 15
July 2
July 6
July 29
Aug. 20
Aug. 23
Aug. 31
Sept. 24
Sept. 28
Oct.   12
May 17
June 1
June 13
June 16
July 4
July 7
July 30
Aug. 22
Aug. 24
Sept. 1
Sept. 26
Sept. 29
Oct. 13
Aug.    2
Aug.  27
Sept.   4
Oct.    2
Oct.   16
Aug.    4
Aug.  29
Sept.   6
Oct.     4
Oct.   18
Aug.    6
Aug.  31
Sept.   8
Oct.     6
Oct.   20
Victoria Agent:
Great Northern Railway Company
916 Government Street
Telephone 699
Vancouver Agent:
B. W. Greer & Son, Ltd.
Bank of Nova Scotia Bldg.
Telephone Seymour 7929
All Reservations of cabins or freight space should be made as far in advance as possible.
NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA
SEATTLE BRANCH:
K. HOTTA, Manager
801 First Ave., Corner Columbia Street Telephone Elliott 3513
Cable Address: "Nippon," Seattle
OTHER BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENTS IN ALL PRINCIPAL PORTS OF THE WORLD
New York Branch:
Maritime Building
No. 8-10 Bridge Street
Telephone Bowling Green
San Francisco Branch:
No. 661 Market Street
Telephone Sutter 3900
On and after April 8th all vessels entering Seattle will berth at Great Northern Docks, Smith's Cove.
* Passenger and Freight Service ^*R YOUR OFFICE FILE.
ANSWERS  FOR THE TWELVE  MONTHS  ENDING 31st  DECEMBER
I^~Nature of Trade or Industry-
AOj/Sst...M4i7SAL3,9^..
1925
Where an employer carries on two or more classes of industry, such as logging, sawmill, planing-mill, shingle-mill, logging-railway, &c,  he should make a separate
report for each.    If a sufficient number of forms for this purpose have not been sent to you, please communicate with the Department of Labour.
1.    Total Salary and Wage Payments during twelve months
ending sist December, 1925 :—  __,
& /"_? *~
Officers, Superintendents, and Managers, $ '..t>i@X2..~.
Clerks, Stenographers, Salesmen,   etc.,   $..
Wage-earners (including piece-workers), $.
Total $../.Zrf/..?P.
a.3L.*2vA.
2.    Wage-earners, number, 31st December, 1925, as per pay-roll.
Males.
J.7.Z.
Females.
A*-«-
3.   Average   No.   of wage-earners  (do  not  include   salaried
officials, etc.).
Average Number of Wage-earners
during the Month of
1925 January	
February...
March	
April	
May	
June	
July	
August	
September.
October	
November ..
December .
Males.
"jA
Females.
4.    Nationality of employees on pay-roll for  week of employ'
ment of the greatest number.
Country of Origin.
Canada and Newfoundland	
Great Britain and Ireland	
United States of America	
Australasia 	
Belgium 	
France 	
Italy	
Germany 	
Austria and Hungary	
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, etc.
Russia or other Slav country	
Other European country	
China	
Hindustan 	
Japan   	
All other countries 	
Males.     Females.
%.h...*X*r..
st
KjUL.
5.    No. of Wage-earners (only) classified as to weekly wages.
Specified Full-week
Wages (Rates) paid
for the Week of
Employment of the
Greatest Number.
No. of Males.
Under $6.00	
$ 6.00 to $ 6.99..
7.00 to 7-99-
8.00 to 8.99..
g.oo to 9.99--
10.00 to 10.99..
11.00 to 11.99..
12.00 to 12.99..
13.00 to 13.99..
14.00 to 14.99..
15.00 to 15.99..
16.00 to 16.99..
17.00 to 17.99..
18.00 to 18.gg..
. 19.00 to 19.99..
20.00 to 20.99..
21.00 to 21.99..
22.00 to 22.99..
23.00 to 23.99..
24.00 to 24.gg..
25.00 to 25.99..
26.00 to 26-9g..
27.00 to 27-gg..
28.00 to 28.g9..
29.00 to 29.99..
30.00 to 34.gg..
35.00 to 39.99..
40.00 to 44.99..
45.00 to 49.99..
50.00 and over..
Totals.
No.
18 Years
of Age
and over.
No.
Under
18 Years
of Age.
No. of Females.
.//.&.
Illy.
No.
18 Years
of Age
and over.
No.
Under
18 Years
of Age.
No. of
Apprentices (not
to be
included
in other
columns).
Number of hours per week normally worked by wage-earners:-
../..../~.. wage-earners working.33S....hours weekly.
 wage-earners working hours weekly.
 wage-earners working hours weekly.
 wage-earners working hours weekly.
7.    During how many weeks in the twelve months ending 31st
December, 1925, did you operate?	
7% AT^rejzSS?
Your attention is drawn to the obligation created by section 8 of the Act to supply the information asked for.
OVER n
X
INFORMATION REQUIRED REGARDING "HOURS OF WORK ACT."
QUESTION.—Total number of hours, in excess of 48 each week, worked by your entire  staff  of wage-earners and
piece-workers during the year 1925, in accordance with exemptions provided for by the Act or by regulations made
thereunder?
 hours.
Note.—The object of the above question is to ascertain the aggregate hours worked in excess of 48 each week for the
full 52 weeks of the year.    It is not necessary to give this week by week.    The total for the year will suffice.
Example No. 1.—If 10 men worked 4 hours' overtime for one week,  the answer would be 40 hours;   if during another
week they worked 3 hours' overtime, the answer would be 70 hours, and so on, showing the aggregate hours worked
in excess of 48 each week by all wage-earners, including piece-workers.    Only the actual number of weeks worked
must be taken into consideration.
Example No. 2.—If 10 men worked 54 hours one week, the overtime would be 60 hours;  if, however, these__njen worked
only 46 hours the following week, the overtime would still remain 60 hours.    Plants operating less than 48 hours at
intervals must not set the short time against the overtime for the purpose of an average.                   "-■    —   i
WAGE RATES, 1924-1925.
Please fill in form below showing normal rates of wages paid to the different classes of labour in your
employ.
CLASS OF LABOUR.
Hourly Rate.
1924.
1925. To  be   h:_7'
Dominion Bureau of  St
99
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ferine & Fisheries
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Location of Establishment. •. y. <
Owner. . .3/337 .ATi/A-y-yi i	
Fishery Officer in whose   dis tw. ic
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FISH PRODUCT
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V of i\ "O _ r fH -. rv I! tr
.Quantities:
fef partiklly
or cured at this   ;or fully prs-
ipared  :,nd.
:curecl i ieli
•BOUGHT   by  yo.U.
:    Quasi i tv
Quantity
s T 1 -i if, ty
oeii-in
'. V---.1
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Salmon). 1 Sockeye  cases
canned)
Red Spring.,.
Pink S-pri.aa.. .
Vdiite  Spring-
Blue back sw. ! ..
Stealiaadsa. .
Cohoee, '.'.73.'.
PinksI ........
Chums	
Salmon.
•jry salted)
) Pinks cwt: . . „
Chums cwt.
Salmon. 77.)
wILD CURED)
. .Red Spring. cwt;
Pink Spying 3"7 '
TChite  Spring* • • - 3- "
Salmon. ) Red Spring ..... cat:
PICKLED) Pink Spring. ■ . , .ovrf
White feua.ig,
Cohces.......
p-; v»V<s
Shams -.....,.
Salmon ). . PinV s.l	
USED AS BAIT)      ......
. c.
Salmon Roe.
ialibut,   canned-
smoked.
Herring, canned.
.c*t
:ases • .
■■s '
I!
Tl
II
II
tt
II
II
dry-salted	
kippered,. .	
smoked. .,..,.-......
pickled : ■
bloaters. -
boneless.	
used as bait.. ....,
/.<*, f*p . 3 7X&, -7/xKiy. .7( (f>7.<4« <rlrS.
m » v " K
001  .
*      -     *       r      t
Pilefeardsj   canned,.......,
i: smoked.	
drvsaltsa......
" used  as bait,- -
T.itp.H.   :    	
cases*
.'_,   areen  sa.
smoked fillets
feack  Cog,   green s.
Ii r.     ■   -
C
96/ Cod.   sniok
# ~.-    :   ■';■
. CVJ
1 c
'- U-       u i
y -v1- ^'
icn 3
rotal quantities
cf fish prepared
or cured at THIS
■•rep __ ■■:■- rC*mjTTP?cfrT'
Cua'rii
ell
11:
abalb'ne,   canned. cases
Clams,   canned      "
Clam Paste.	
Crabs, canned.
cases
Crab Paste.
Hake & Cusk, Smoked fillets...cwt\
Oulachons, salted cwt;
Shad, salted. cwt:
Whiting, smoked cwt '
Seal Skins
n
Fur.
Hair No. j
Sea Lion Hides No. :
Shark Hides	
Whaieraeat,   canned cases ■
Whalebone & Meal Tons \
"'hale  Fertilizer Tons :
^hale  Oil  gals ;,
Seal  Oil. : gals a
Fish Oil gals;.
Fi sh Meal. tons \.
Fish Fertilizer  (Mfgd) tons-.
Valve:
Quantities
t
of partially
;
or fully pre
pared and
ci^red fish
3OUGHT  by  30
Quantity
B.—FISH MARKETED FOR CONSVJLlpTlCniiFRSSK
KIND  OF  FISH
9.x
S => 11 i
iiang vaa
Va
Salmon~.  Sockeye cwt. «
Red Spring car, h
Pink Spring. cwt. :
White Spring cwt, ]
Blue backs  cwi . ;
Steelheads. ewe, \
Cohoes. -.' cwt. i
Pinks.  .cwt. ■
Chums cw'. „ ]
Halibut cwt, . J
Herring;/ cwt. ',
Pilchards , c"
Cod c"
Black Cod  cwt. I
Red Cod ova.. -
Tom Cod ■ cwt.a
*rey Cod  c cwt.;
Bass cwb. ;
Clams ho 1
viels •
Flounders, brill, plaice, &c.	
Hake & Cusk.  cat
Oct opus. . a" t
Oulabhons  c^t
—1.
asters
Perch.•
Shad...
Shrimps,
Skate. .
'',3'.C2 1  +■ Q
- . .L\Z    -i-   -J Ti   .    *
'"' r<" ^ q
sturgeon,
■ CW
. * y.
c-:
CW
t inaa  ^
KEEP THIS COPY FOR YOUR FILES
Statistics of this character to be of greatest value should be published at the earliest possible moment
after the collection of the data.. You-are requested to co-operate to that end by promptly furnishing all the
information required.
DEPARTMENT OF
TRADE AND COMMERCE
DOMINION BUREAU OF STATISTICS, CANADA
CENSUS  OF  INDUSTRY
ANNUAL REPORT OF FISH CANNING AND CURING ESTABLISHMENTS
7
GENERAL SCHEDULE
1924
No.
Note.—Twenty-one days from January the first, 1925, are allowed in which to fill in and return this schedule.
Please forward in enclosed envelope (postage free).
Kind of Industry..
.^...%3St^l
As indicated by the principal product of the establishment a^'lobster cannery," "salmon canner^f" "fish curing establishment," etc.
/?  XL
f-Province Y.3....3~~r.  County.
Location of Establishment
[City, town, village or post office
. S.&—\Sa~ytss^o..
Name of owner
(Fill ii^ame o/individual, firm or corporatioi /irrying 01 this business'.   If person or firm to whom this schedule has been
addressed has sold out or has retired please fill in name of successor and return to this office)
Head Office Address 3...(l^.:..^
(Give street and number in cities and large towns)
Str
Period covered by this return: From
Character of ownership
.Jk-^3.S.. 19*.fc, to.7^M..3.19ZS,    ...^ sL.days
aSy3 ■
(The answer should be one of the following: individual, partnership, joint stock company, or co-operative association)
Dominion Bureau of Statistics,
Ottawa, December, 1924.
The Census of Industry is taken in conformity with .the
requirements of the Statistics Act, 8-9 George V, Chapter 43.
Reports are required on this schedule and on the supplemental schedule which accompanies it for all establishments
that were in operation during any portion of the year ending
December 31, 1924. The Act makes it obligatory upon
every manufacturer to furnish Census data.
All answers to this schedule will be treated as absolutely confidential. No publication will be made by the
Dominion Bureau of Statistics disclosing the operations
of    individual    establishments.     The    examination    and
tabulation of returns will be made by officers and clerks
sworn to secrecy. The information supplied by you
will not be used as a basis of any system of taxation.
The schedule must be certified to by the person furnishing the information, and the post office address given
in order th^t this office, may communicate with you readily.
(See certificate below.)
Dominion Statistician.
CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that the answers to this schedule are complete and correct to the best of my knowledge
and belief.
Name of person furnishing
the information
(Designation as owner, manager, secretary, etc.
.fii*2^^
Date of this return...St^3^^7^r^7}rf3J. S9. 192^
2,7
(P. O. address) Page 2
REPORT OF FISH CANNING AND CURING OPERATIONS, 1924
The report required on this Schedule is for fish canning and curing operations as distinct from the operations
of catching and landing the fish.   Include in report only information relating to the establishment.
1.  Capital employed—own,ed and borrowed:
The answer should show the total amount of capital owned and borrowed on the last day of the business year reported.   If 1 and
buildings, or machinery are rented the fact should be stated andTio value given. If a part of the land, buildings, or machinery is owned, the
remainder being rented, that fact should be stated and the value of the owned property given. Do not include securities and loans representing
investments in other enterprises.
(a) Land, buildings and fixtures
(b) Machinery and tools	
(c) Fish products on hand	
(d) Fuel and miscellaneous supplies on hand	
(e) Cash, trading and operating accounts and bills receivable.
X^..!^sQ9^....t37}^3^4:      value    $ 3.3?...:
0-06
^O
5 5=?...<?..<?T?.
$ tASTA^sS
Total.
2. Time in operation and hours worked:
Number of days establishment was operated during the year .-.	
Number of hours normally worked by wage-earners in establishment: (a) per day..
 J%eU<jS	
S.3y\X?...     (b) per week....~3S
3.   Salaried   employees:   Number  June  15   (or nearest representative pay-day), 1924.    (Do not include
wage-earners.)
Number
Total amount paid in
salaries during the year
S
Male
Female
 /	
 .Ca..tro....-rr:.	
i
4. Wage-earners: Number in establishment on pay-roll or time record on the 15th of each month or nearest
representative date:  (Do not include fishermen unless they are employed part time in the establishment.)
Month
Number
Month
Number
Male
Female
Male
Female
July	
October	
 3.o	
3^0
 3*o	
5. Wages: Total amount paid in wages during'the year to employees in establishment.  (Do not include payments
to fishermen for catching and landing the fish or payments to piece-workers.)
(a,
ft)
c?-o
Page 3
6. Piece-workers.: (a) Average number of piece-workers employed in establishment during the year.   (Do not
include wage-earners.)
£/..
</•*
Male 1./...03C?...,//*:.     Female..
(b) Total amount paid to piece-workers in establishment during the vear.    (Do   not
f
include amounts paid to wage-earners.)
9/Cro y3^
7. Number of proprietors, if any, regularly performing manual labour in or about establishment.
8. Fuel used in establishment during the year.    (Do not include fuel used in boats.)
(State cost in each case as laid down at the establishment, including freight, duty, etc.    Do not consider fuel purchased as
representing fuel used unless the quantities are the same.)
Kind
Unit of
Measure
Quantity
Cost$
Bituminous coal	
Short Ton
tt
U
Gal.
Cord
1,000 c. ft.
-
Coke	
Oil (fuel) : ;.	
Wood j	
Gas (state whether artificial or natural)	
Total cost	
9. Power Equipment: Give all power equipment employed in the establishment.    (Do not include engines
used in boats.)
Description
No. of Units
Total H.P. according to
Manufacturer's rating
1. Stationary engines, including those used for hoisting, pumping, etc.:
(a) Steam engines and turbines	
(b) Gas engines	
(c) Gasoline and oil engines....*	
2. Hydraulic turbines or water wheels....:	
3. Electric motors:—
(a) Operated by power generated by the establishment .......
(b) Operated by purchased power	
Total	
Boilers..
Electricity used during the year: Quantity kilowatt hours, value %..
10. Miscellaneous Expenses: Sundry expenses not shown elsewhere, but which are chargeable to fish canning
and curing operations.    (Do not include expenses in connection with catching and landing the fish.) v^.
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11. Materials used: Give the quantity and cost value of the fish and other materials used in the preparation
of the manufactured fish products; also the quantity and cost value of the fish purchased for marketing
fresh.
(Where the fish are caught by the operator of the establishment or by fishermen employed by him, give the quantity of fish
used and estimate Value from current prices in district.)
i
Kind
Quantity
Cost Value
$
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12. Products: Give the quantity and selling value at the establishment of all products and by-products manufactured during the year (whether sold or not) including containers; and of all fish marketed fresh.
Kind
Quantity
Selling value
A—Manufactured Fish Products
Canned Fish:                                                          t
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Note.—A return in duplicate is to be made to the Fishery Officer on the copies of Supplemental Schedule enclosed.
 — ■ ——■ ----- -■-■- ■ •—— -  ■     -..---- —«=—■ ■ KEEP THIS COPY FOR YOUR FILES
Statistics of this character to be of greatest value should be published at the earliest possible moment
after the collection of the data. You are requested to co-operate to that end by promptly furnishing all the
information required.
DEPARTMENT OF
TRADE AND  COMMERCE
DOMINION BUREAU OF STATISTICS, CANADA
CENSUS  OF  INDUSTRY
ANNUAL REPORT OF FISH CANNING AND CURING ESTABLISHMENTS
GENERAL SCHEDULE
1924
No.
Note.—Twenty-one days from January the first, 1925, are allowed in which to fill in and return this schedule.
Please forward in enclosed envelope (postage free).
Kind of Industry S<M^fc^\  ^	
As indicated by the principal product of the establishmAt as "lobster cannery," "salmon cannery," "fish caring establishment," etc.
/3    €
[Province '.9.t:..33rr:.v:  County.
I
[City, town, village or post office..
vide*1
ressi
57/L-**^, ^S E h...
(Give street and number in cities and largetowns)
Q -rf 9X
^ return: FrorW^Vv/..^..... 192#., to...^-C...?/.....19.^.^.,    ....^fe..^.....days
shin     N/**i-*C<^«x-^/"-o^C
Location of Establishment \ "Tn t\        i e      Q     / §
Name of owner.
(Kill in name of individual, firm or corporation c '.rrying oa this business.   If person or firm to whom this schedule has been
addressed has sold out or has retired please-fill in name of successor and return to this office)
Head Office Address
Period covered by this return
A  CL •
Character of ownership..
(The answer should be one of the following: individual, partnership, joint stock company, or co-operative association)
Dominion Bureau of Statistics,
Ottawa, December, 1924.
The Census of Industry is taken in conformity with the
requirements of the Statistics Act, 8-9 George V, Chapter 43.
Reports are required on this schedule and on the supplemental schedule which accompanies it for all establishments
that were in operation during any portion of the year ending
December 31, 1924. The Act makes it obligatory upon
every manufacturer to furnish Census data.
All answers to this schedule will be treated as absolutely confidential. No publication will be made by the
Dominion Bureau of Statistics disclosing the operations
of    individual    establishments.     The    examination    and
tabulation of returns will be made by officers and clerks
sworn to secrecy. The information supplied by you
will not be.used as a basis of any system of taxation.
The schedule must be certified to by the person furnishing the information, and the post office address given
in order that this office may communicate with you readily.
(See certificate below.)
Dominion Statistician.
CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that the answers to this schedule are complete and correct to the best of my knowledge
and belief.
Name of person furnishing
the information
As
Name
si
s~. (Designation as owner, manager, secretary, etc.
A~<3.
(P. O. address)
Date of this return.: y3h33S9S9y*yyyi. 9$. 192.5.
So ~~ Page 2
REPORT OF FISH CANNING AND CURING OPERATIONS, 1924
The report required on this Schedule is for fish canning and curing operations as distinct from the operations
of catching and landing the fish.   Include in report only information relating to the establishment.
1.  Capital employed—owned and borrowed:
The answer should show the total amount of capital owned and borrowed on the last day of the business year reported.   If 1 ard
buildings, or machinery are rented the fact should be stated and no value given. If a part of the land, buildings, or machinery is owned, the
remainder being rented, that fact should be stated and the value of the owned property given. Do not include securities and loans representing
investments in other enterprises.
.<3^uoyijt/>rn
(a) Land, buildings and fixtures 73...>r33.r?T:..73J. .'.      value    $
(x~tr-tA{k
(b) Machinery and tools..
(c) Fish products on hand	
(cl) Fuel and miscellaneous supplies on hand	
(e) Cash, trading and operating accounts and bills receivable..
Total..
s
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eP    *rCro "3
%	
% :	
$
I 11 if7°
*.'.
MJ33/M
2. Time in operation and hours worked:
Number of days establishment was operated during the year	
Number of hours normally worked by wage-earners in establishment: (a) per day Q (.\X\X1?..       (b) per week
9C, tT-e^y </
0    3SX\X3>..       (b> Der week ZLjlL
3.   Salaried   employees:   Number   June   15   (or  nearest representative pay-day), 1924.    (Do not include
wage-earners.)
Officers, Superintendents and Managers	
9
Clerks, Stenographers, Salesmen and other salaried employees.
Total '.	
Number
Male
/
Female
Total amount paid in
salaries during the year
o Oo ^v
4. Wage-earners: Number in establishment on pay-roll or time record on the 15th of each month or nearest
representative date:  (Do not include fishermen unless they are employed part time in the establishment.)
Month
January	
February-
March	
April	
May	
June	
Number
Male
So...
...£©..
 I.
Female
Month
July	
August	
September..
October	
November..
December...
Number
Male
Female
5. Wages: Total amount paid in wages during the year to employees in establishment.  (Do not include payments
to fishermen for catching and landing the fish or payments to piece-workers.)
$ •?.p..p.S	
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6. Piece-workers: (a) Average number of piece-workers employed in establishment during the year.   (Do not
include wage-earners.)
0000^3
Male ?S.yy,y.     Female..
(b) Total amount paid to piece-workers in establishment during the year.    (Do   not
include amounts paid to wage-earners.)
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7. Number of proprietors, if any, regularly performing manual labour in or about establishment.
8. Fuel used in establishment during the year.    (Do not include fuel used in boats.)
(State cost in each case as laid down at the establishment, including freight, duty, etc.   Do not consider fuel purchased as
representing fuel used unless the quantities are the same.)
*                                            Kind
Unit of
Measure
Quantity
Cost$
Short Ton
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1,000 c. ft.
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Oil (fuel)                                                                             :	
Wood	
9. Power Equipment: Give all power equipment employed in the establishment.    (Do not include engines
used in boats.)
Description
No. of Units
Total H.P. according to
Manufacturer's rating
1. Stationary engines, including those used for hoisting, pumping, etc.:—■
(a) Steam engines and turbines	
(b) Gas engines '..	
(c) Gasoline and oil engines	
2. Hydraulic turbines or water wheels	
3. Electric motors:—
(a) Operated by power generated by the establishment	
(b) Operated by purchased power	
Total '.	
Boilers..
Electricity used during the year: Quantity kilowatt hours, value $..
10. Miscellaneous Expenses: Sundry expenses not shown elsewhere, but which are chargeable to fish canning
and curing operations.    (Do not include expenses in connection with catching and landing the fish.) y
Page 4
11. Materials used: Give the quantity and cost value of the fish and other materials used in the preparation
of the manufactured fish products; also the quantity and cost value of the fish purchased for marketing
fresh.
•
(Where the fish are caught by the operator of the establishment or by fishermen employed by him, give the quantity of fish
used and estimate value from current prices in district.)
Kind
Quantity
Cost Value
$
Fish !.r cwt.
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. .   /.P„ <<?.<£.£....
Salt used '.' /.<//■    "
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12. Products: Give the quantity and selling value at the establishment of all products and by-products manufactured during the year (whether sold or not) including containers; and of all fish marketed fresh.
Kind
Quantity
Selling value
$
A—Manufactured Fish Products
Canned Fish:
Fish otherwise prepared (dry-salted, green-salted, smoked, smoked fillets, dried, boneless, mild cured, pickled,
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Note.—A return in duplicate is to be made to the Fishery Officer on the copies of Supplemental Schedule enclosed. s
December 10th  5,
Frank Waterhouse & Company of Canada htd,
926 Hogera Building.
y  ■'.- 470 Granville street,
City,
Dear Sirsj-        Kg..;. S,8. BA3THCLMS - VCY. 540
1 wish to make a complaint against the actions
of the Captain of the Eastholioe,   In  the last voyage
at which his ship, delivered salt at my herring saltery
at Cowichan-Gap this Captain handled his ship in such a
negligent manner.that he endangered the safety of ray wharf
and the buildings thereon*-   He first ©f all unloaded a
portion of the shipment and then left ray wharf and proceeded to the next camp*   While there he found that he
had not unloaded the whole of the shipment coding, to me
and in taking his ship "back to my  wharf, and apparently in
ah endeavour to save time, he brought the ship up to my
wharf in such a way that the stern of the vessel struck the
wharf.   This is'not the first occasion that 1 have been
dissatisfied with the work .of this particular Captain.
Yours truly.  * P7r34^   yyp34>    7•j£$-3
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Qatole Address "'Wingsang'' Vancouver,
WING SANG CO.
^*tablisltc&   ISS0
WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS.
IMPORTERS    4.    EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET  EAST
VANCOUVER. B. C.
P. O. Box 15
f A. B. C. 5th. Edition
CODES \ A. B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
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L-4^U^VA>° S D 218 3M 2-21-27   AP. .——«
CONFIDENTIAL
MPPON YUSEN KA.3HA
SEATTLE BRANCH
FREIGHT ENGAGEMENT
Vancouver,   B.C. No ^2£>Q-
. —SEA¥¥feEy-WASH.., IiT..4..A| , 192. %*..
Messrs.: aiKG-.^JM.-+.-CCfflffiAHX	
51 East Pender St.,_
 Y£WGoWeAA'S7c3	
Gentlemen:
We confirm having reserved space for your account as under:
SHIPPERS IING.aMG..&..C01ffi4IY	
COMMODITY &&W..WM&M®. -	
QUANTITY 1Q90..B0XSS 1  (Weight 8.50 Tons of 2000 Pounds
f Equivalent (Measurement) Tons of cu. ft.
POINT OF ORIGIN ORJ    lUBfltnOB* JL*fl, VIA	
LOADING PORT     j
FOR SHIPMENT FROM.... .YM.0..QUYM „. TO IK	
IN THE SS XQ.?.QSA-H^. '. MARU or substitute
SCHEDULED SAILING DATE ON OR ABOUT I#I*.3«iJ5i!-I»*E™i -.-192.1.3.
AT OCEAN RATE OF....I§.«.§P...???...iP....?5.*.??.* FREIGHT CHARGES PREPAID
REMARKS:
CONDITIONS
1. The above reservation is made subject to the sailing of the steamer on her regular voyage, to the terms and conditions of the
Nippon Yusen Kaisha Bill of Lading and to the Acts of Governments.
2. The carrier shall not be liable for any failure in the performance of this engagement arising from strikes, lockouts, or other labor
disturbances, accidents to vessel, or from any other cause whatsoever, beyond its control; nor shall carrier be liable for discontinuing or
curtailing its service, if at any time, in the judgment of the carrier or its authorized agents, conditions of war, either actual or threatened,
make it unsafe or imprudent for vessels owned, chartered, or operated by it, to sail on their intended voyages.
3. In the event of failure to supply the cargo herein mentioned (or any part thereof), to the above vessel, or substitute thereof, shippers
are to be held liable for loss of revenue thereby entailed.
4. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control, or safety of, and is not liable for, the cargo until it is loaded on board the
vessel, nor for demurrage, storage, or any other charges that might accrue against shipment while awaiting delivery to steamer.
5. Delivery of cargo, unless otherwise provided herein, to be made alongside vessel at regular loading berth at time and date required
free of all domestic carriers' charges and/os- requirements. Shipper to furnish all necessary documents and full shipping instructions before
loading commences.
6. Carrier will not be liable to transport if cargo does not arrive alongside vessel in due time for loading.
7. Loading dates, for cargo to be loaded at outside docks, (i. e., other than regular berth), to be at steamer's discretion during her
stay on Puget Sound, and/or British Columbia ports.
8. Vessel reserves the right to load day and/or night including Sundays and Holidays.
Q. As to Flour and Wheat: Biils of Lading to be given only upon presentation of N. Y. K. Mate's Receipts and proper weight certificate. If Wheat is furnished in single bags, bills of lading to bear the following notation: "Single sacks. Ship not responsible for bursting
of bags and consequent loss of contents." Shippers to furnish sufficient extra bags for reconditioning during loading and discharging.
10. As to Lumber and Logs: Shipping Instructions, Export Declarations, Inspection Bureau Certificates, Specifications and information
as to marks, etc., to be furnished by shipper before loading commences.
11. Lumber and/or Logs to be available and ready for loading at the rate of not less than 300,000 feet BM per day and to be delivered
at ship's tackle in such a manner as to enable proper stowage to be made.
12. No responsibility on account of Logs in booms, or Logs, Lumber, Shingles, Pulp, and/or other cargo, on scows alongside ship will
be assumed by the ship or its agent until after such cargo has been lifted from the boom or scow, regardless of whether or not ship has put
out lines for the purpose of securing such boom or scow.
13. This engagement is not transferable and it is understood that the space in this vessel covered by this engagement will not be
resold by shippers, and that if it is resold, carrier has the privilege of cancelling this engagement at its option.
14. This engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled, except by mutual consent in
writing.
CONFIRMED_,AND,4CCEPTE_ft: x> NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA, SEATTLE BRANCH
D AND ACCEPTED:
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^734^±SS  rteSMjL/jJjMha^ .Manager.
'Shippers OKTjfcflf of Carriers severally|b}Jt*»fe!=(«lHtl>'!,"l",rf lm*m
Agents.
$a_%yT
verallyHDjiL-aft**?
Kindly sign and mail duplicate copy to us by return mail, otherwise carrier resff^er^gmto cancel this reservation
without notice.

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