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Accounting Department, Alaska Prince Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Travelling Auditor (Vancouver) 1954

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 33
CLASSES OF  SERVICE
DAY MESSAGES
DAY LETTERS
NIGHT MESSAGES
NIGHT LETTERS
GOVERNMENT OF CANADA
CANADA
RADIOTELEGRAPH SERVICE
ADMINISTERED BY
DEPARTMENT OF  NATIONAL   DEFENCE—OTTAWA,   CANADA
TELEGRAPH,  CABLE
AND RADIO
CONNECTIONS
TO ALL PARTS OF
THE WORLD
NUMBER
SENT BY REC'D BY TIME SENT      TIME FILED
SEND THE FOLLOWING   MESSAGE SUBJECT TO THE TERMS ON THE BACK  HEREOF:
CAPT. 0*J. WILLIAMS,	
MANAGER* B.C.C.S.,
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY*
WHITEHORSE* Y.T.
SEPT. 2, 195^
VICTORIA, B.C.
RETEL M-23 ALASKA PRINCE DUPLICATES OF BILLING COVERING DOCKAGE
WATER BEING FORWARDED NOT PAID YET STOP CUSTOMS PAID BY SHIP'S
MASTER TO CUSTOMS.	
tetete    u i  Hit 3 y   I   te \ i\ s
C.J. ROGERS,  JR.
N.D.—G.F. 4
4M  PADS OF 100—9-53  (M-7022-M3)
H.Q. 4501-581/0 #
CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH MESSAGES ARE ACCEPTED FOR
TRANSMISSION BY CANADIAN GOVERNMENT
RADIO TELEGRAPH SERVICE
ADMINISTERED BY DEPT. OF NATIONAL DEFENCE
(1) Unless otherwise indicated on its face, this is an unrepeated message, and paid for
as such. (Note—To guard against mistakes or delays, the sender of the message may order it
repeated; that is, telegraphed back for comparison with the "sent" copy. For this repetition
an extra charge is made of one-half of the unrepeated message rate.)
(2) It is agreed by the sender of this message that neither the Government of Canada
(hereinafter referred to as the Department) nor its connections shall be liable for mistakes or
delay in transmission or delivery, nor for non-delivery of any unrepeated message beyond the
amount of the tolls collected for transmission; and that neither the Department nor its connections shall be liable for mistakes in the transmission or delivery, nor for delay or non-delivery
of any repeated message beyond the extra sum collected from the sender for'repeating such
message. It is further agreed by the sender that neither the Department nor its connections
shall be liable in any case for delay arising from unavoidable interruption in their-service, or
for errors in cipher or obscure messages.
(3) No responsibility attaches to the Department or its connections concerning a message
until the same has been accepted at a transmitting office of the Department; if a message is
sent to such office by one of the messengers of the Department, such message acts for that
purpose as the agent of the sender.
(4) Neither the Department nor its connections shall be liable for damages or statutory
penalties (if any) in any case where the claim is not presented in writing to the Minister of
National Defence within sixty days after the message was filed, for transmission.
(5) The Department or one of its connections is hereby made the agent of the sender.
(6) No employee of the Department or of its connections is authorized to vary the foregoing. CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
V)(/dd Wlxh CornmunlcaticAnA
W.  D.  NEIL.
ACCOUNTING REFERENCE
CHECK
C   D
!X
classes op Service
1       full lot*
1       Day latter
Night M.tng*
|       Might Uttar
1       PLACE X OPPOSITE
SERVICE OESIRED
ERAt.   MANAGEA,   MONTREAL
tiMS riuo
11.45 te.
Stni th* following nussagt, subjtet to tk* t*mu on baek k*r*of, whith wt* k*r*by *gr**d to.
Boom 102 Vancouver Depot,
Vancouver, B.C.
July 26th., 1954
S« J. Marsh,
Accountant,
Be C. Coast Service,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
Victoria, B.C.
G* C. Brooks advises Bevenue for Alaska Prince leaving Vancouver June
fourth Ten thousand five hundred eighteen dollars thirty cents stop
F« C* Davies,
Auditor Joint Accountant
CONFI  RMAII  ON    only.
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p,T...,,.
im fm HAM90N, Coem*! Snportatesdent, Monti**!,' Qua.
L. W.-. NEALE, Superintendent, Sudbury, Ont.
.    L. A. RAYMOND. Superintendent, Toronto, Oui.
A. E. EMERY, Superintendent, Mcatieal, Qua.
D. LESLIE, Superintendent, Saint Jobs, N.B.
*        TERMS AND CONDITI0R3 UPON WHICH TELEGRAPH AND CABLE M'
ARE PRESCRIBED  BY ORDER No. tSZl* DATED  DECEMBER 5th, 1932, OF THE !
COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA, AND PUBLISHED  IN THE CANADA GAZETTE.
& to agreed between the gender of the message, on the face of this form and tli!*
failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any
otherwise, or for delay, from interruption* in tha working of It* Mora, for error. J'v
«mount received for .ending th. i
IE TRANSt:
dmmnm*. .rising time*
of its servant, or
(•ie wrltinar. beyond th*
To guard against error., the Company will repast b*«k any tekgnuri ft* an ertrs payment of one-half ths regular rat«, and In that case tha Company shall
b* liable for damages, suffered by tha «*i>d<>r to an extent no* ^xewxling $200, ds. to th» n«gl{ge»cof th» Company in tbe transmission at delivery of tbe telegram.
>'«! payment of premJuns
-lies, .nd two pes
Correetme^i In the transmission and delivery of mamgiM eas b« fa»srwl by aoatr»«i; in writing, stating agreed amouni *
• b*renn at the following rate., 4n .ddlMoo to th. u»iwl eharg. for tmiomimi mmmuitm. .I*. I on* p.? cent, for any dictatm
mmn>. for any greater distane*.
This Company shall not be liable for the act err omistlon of any other Company. tat wffl ende.vor to forward Ui« teles"
ttanj necessary to reselling ita destination, but only a* the agent of the Een.de!- and without liability therefor. Tke .Company she)
inti! the earns are presented and accepted at one of it. transmitting office, s If . message le sent to »uch offlee by on" of the C
that purpose as tbe sender's agent; if by telephone the person recdving^h* mmem*. acta therein ax .gent of the «
■ bm. for the gender. This Company «*sM net b. U*bU in mj mum tes dsnuura*. unlaw the mis* fc* el«iniml. in writing, withl
v«UKr«m far *rwwsi.!»Iott,
tfc» mmmlmmm «« Mjn J*WS>M3>M «*&S BMW Hm itemtfm
ither Telegraph Com*
ponsjble tor message?
lesaensjers he acts for
essent 1.4a these eondfc
1 aftec r««int of th*
. ■      '.
A full-rate expedited seSffte6,
NIGHT TELEGRAM
Accepted up to 2 a.tn. at reduced rates, to be. sent during the night and
delivered on the morning of the next day after their date at places where the
Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on the morning of the next .*
ensuing business day at places where the Company's offices are not open on
Sundays.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard telegram rates
»g follows: One and one-half times the ten-word day telegram rate for the
transmission of SO words or less, and one-fifth of the initial rate for such
Ed word3 for each additional 10 word3 or less.
Day letters may lie forwarded by the Company as a deferred si;
find the transmission and delivery of such Day Letters are, in all respi
subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate.tela .
Day Letters may be delivered by the Company by telephoning the .
to the addressees and such deliveries ahtdl be a complete discharge of th.
obligation of the Company to deiiw.
any 8 obliK^iion 1
ehall remain sufficient time for the trans
Letter on the day of its dal
priority  of the  transit
teamed above.
NIGHT LETTERS
Ace,
the
Nigh-
its obligation in e
XmabLeai at destination, t
m that there
delivery of such Day
'!)ject to the
aditions
at the
of the initial rate for such-
ing such iSight-
mm* FORM  102 f   ,.'
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Room 102 Vancouver Depot,
Vancouver, B. C.
July 26th., 1954.
E. Jo Marsh Esq*,
Accountant.
B. C. Coast Service,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
Victoria, B*C.
Dear Sir:-
- "Alaska Prince"
Confirming my telegram this date re the above vessel.
Revenue as follows*
Whitehorse, Y.T. to Vancouver Whf.    )
W/B S.113 Taken to account June 22, 1954)
Vancouver Whf* to Skagway, Alaska       J
W/B 66618. To account Skagway June 14 period)
Sailing from Vancouver June 4th*, 1954    )
Month
June /54
June /j>4
)
Vancouver Wharf to Whitehorse, Y.T. Stations
W/B W10861 to W10911 inc. Reported by W.P.Y R. )
June a/e  Arrived Skagway June 9 th. 1954 )   June /54
Vancouver Wharf* to Glacier, Alaska )
W/B W.10905 June 4/54 W.P.& Y Aect. June/54      )
Revenue
$ 5»633oOO
115*94
4,120.43
arrived Skagway, Alaska, June 9th.,1954
)    June /54
TOTAL
Yours truly,
648.93
#10,518*30
F. G. Davies^
3^^333
"Joint Accountant,
FGD)d FORM   101
O
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM 'w|»™1
File 1406©*
Northland*?**
wmmmmm
33/
■&
33 '   ,^ / ^
Sin
owe ef today#s date,
to
will be a shortage af longshore halp to load
at least May 29tfa. It would therefore ho to your advantage ta tlafas the
departure until Bay 25tfa ar a day we two later; otherwise- year vessel nay
ba idle at Skagway fer aeveral dm?*,  whioh would, af course, result ia
yoar baring ta bear tbe expense af taaintaiuian tbe vessel at that port for
• longer period thaa 9km would nonnlly be there* Please let no know fay
return nail lf you still wish tbe vessel to leave oa May 21st, or if you
would like to have the sailing deferred until Hay 33th or 26th, FORM   101
(^)
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
.:.
will
files 1406S*
Xt is to he
lished division out of tbe through sates as published in the Pacific
& Arctic Railway & Navigation Campmy tariff G.P.o. «T60, as published
in Canadian Paeifie Railway General Division Sheet *
to .
ship's tackle delivery to dock er open freight
and ship*s tackle
will require
for
Ian
on Canadian Pacific Rills of
offiee expense involved In t be
lg, rating, ate*, ef tl
will Mil your Certpaay far the
cost of such Wiling. FORM   I0!<^^)
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
file or claim m$ 19th, 1954
File. 14068
JUfa ifcrry .3.
our behalf, and
of such charges would be $100.00 for each trip, or a
total cf $200.00.
Inasmuch as it was first eoatewplated your vessel -Alaska
would leave Vancouver en Hay 21st en tbe first voyage, and
lit* on tbe second voyage, it will be necessary te defer the
ef tbe second voyage for a few days. Please let ae know as
soon as possible tbe date yon will have tbe vessel available in June
te Bake tbe second trip.
1 would like to state that while it is anticipated there will
ba 700 tons of concentrates available for year first
this of course depends entirely as to whether or net the rivers are
of ice to permit the movement by ferries fron Elsa, ¥.?.
truly.
7
cc: E.J.Marsh,  Esq.,
Accountant,  Victoria, B.C.
Kaaager.
A^Bi^mt to Manager.
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