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CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
Vancouver Wharf, B, C*,
October 13, 193i_
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Dear Sirs-
CM September 30th Mr* B Arnum advised me that arrangements
have be^n mads by Mr_  l&cClay of th© Vancouver Harbor Commisiloners to
settle tte  outstanding accounts amounting to 31378*  which they deducted
without authority in settlement of our accounts*      A bill for this amount
us/as presented and refused.
In making settlement,  period ending October 7th they deducted
a further amount of $882. made up as follows-
Period -ruling August
14th
21st
31st
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56.
176.
Septr
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14th
21st
82.
120.
200.
Miscellaneous     "
7th
100.
$882*
This nov. brings total amount deducted by the Vancouver
Harbor Oo-amis si oners account of the use of the car barg6 to $2260*
Will you kindly advise*
Yours trul;
A W Tennant, Isq.
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
fancouver #hti_ff,     .   U,
September 19 th., 1331*
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Bear Sirs-
KLudly refer te your file F* 31674-4*. nty letter
of Septf$    er 8th gave the total amount ef deductions by tint
Vancouver Iiarb_»r -e^issieners fee***!-* af car b rge traffic me
Si*O0»    ai-tce that date a further amount of    19 ,*00 lias been deducted
which over® car barge trmff&tf peried ending August fth.
Yours truly,
M*                                                              Iharf Freight  1&H&*
CC          B Arnum, Esq. ,
Montreal*
Your L. 429100.
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FORM 103
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
Vancouver iharf, 8*  |*|
August 21st.,  1931*
F* 8689 » M
ht Agent,
Dear Sin
Kindly refer te your file A.31674-1    hieh hae
reference to deductleae made  from our account by the Vancouver
Harbour Commissioner* account of use of their barge slip*
$240.00 was deducted by the Vancouver Harbor
Commissioners on August 19th covering the use of the barge
slip for p#riod ending *Ttaly 31st*
lease note*
Yours truly,
Ua
Iharf SVeight  Agent*
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Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver.        s\    fl cr
Vancouver,  B.C.   August 12th,  1931.
1.   Arnum,  Esq.,
Auditor of Agencies,
?ntreal.
^tar sir:-
Vancouver 'Wharf -  Settlement with the
Vancouver Harbour O^iiiHission-S-fs*
farther te my letter 7 th instant.
^#r yaur information,   I  am enclosing copy of Mr..
VcKean'a letter of 3t__t ta  Mr ,:•!•¥. Gillia  explaining tha present
situation regarding above.
On July 11th wh&rf Agent advised you that .ur weekly
payments  te  the Vancouver Harbour coimiiisei oners  exceeded amount of
our accounts against  them,  but  in looking over settlements made during
Jun® and July I  find that payments from them exceeded our accounts
i«K±_K__€i &±i_fcK by nearly ^29.000.00.
When discussing this matter with' agent on July 11th,
I asked how balances were running and accountant incorrectly informed
a-ent ae to the position* During the laat two months wa have received
many carloads of Binder Twine from the V.H.T.KLy. on which heavy rail
prepaids were due us. It is possible that balances prior tu that time
had been- the -reverse,- but I have not checked up that -point,   -■•■
All transactions with the V.H.T.Bly*   and Vancouver
Harbour Board  (Ballantyne Pier)   are settled by the Vancouver Harbour
Commissioners,
Yours  truly,
_t • <__». Canadian Pacific Railwa
LAND  DEPARTMENT
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VANCOUVER, B. C.
April 15th, 193!
At an Audit of this Department on   APRIL  14TH.  1931. vour Contract No.
Lots Block D. L.	
stands as under :                                                                                                                          Total Sale Price $	
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Pkincipal
Interest
TOTAL
	
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Will you kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN    PROMPTLY in the
enclosed envelope. All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Land Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
Yours truly, 333
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All freight transported by this Company is subject to its published terms and regulations. Ail claims for overcharge must be
sent to the Freight Claims Auditor, Montreal, accompanied by freight bill. Claims for loss and damage should be sen t
to Freight Ciaims Agent of Division to which freight is consigned. Offices ef Freight Claims Agents are located at
Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary,and Vancouver.         *
This freight will be delivered only on presentation of this bill.   See bill of lading for conditions of Carriage.                    ?
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Pro. No.
FORM 12f
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tothe CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.*-
For Transporting the undermentioned freight
Way Billed From                      Date of W. B.                     Series and No. of W. B.                     initial and No. of Car                     Consignor
Connecting Line Reference                                       Original Point of Shipment                                Original W. B. No. and Date
Original Car
ARTICLES AND MARKS                                     *
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FORM 103
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
Vancouver Iharf,  B_   C*»
July 31st-,  1931*
A.  8689  - 3JK
Vancouver, B* T5*
Dear Sirs
Further to my letter of July 23rd* your file A*  31674-1
respecting deduction®made by th© fancouver Harbour Commissioners account
of use of their barge slip*
Please be advised that they deducted from our aoaount which
was paid yesterday $214*00  #hich represents the use of the slip,  periods
ending July 7th and 14th*
Kindly note*
Tours trulyf
II*
Wharf Freight Agent.
CC       ^Wipihm^^ Your L.429100  J\n
I^A A W Tennant, Isq.     Travelling Auditor   /f\. 0
Vancouver,. B*0*   August  7th,  1931*
Auditor of Agencies*
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"ear Sir:- £©f ?h# ?!*?&
Vancouver V-;harf -Settlement  with Vancouver Earbuur
0#_-____ieei#?_era,
Heferrinfr  te y@ur wire, ■ 1-11*48,   July lt>th,  and    r.
M^n0r»r»ellfg  letter te yet?   Tttly 18th♦
Baila Mr* Mc^ab aid Mr*  /.cKean ware .out ox*  the city and
a Meeting  to  discuss iter could-not be  arranged until  ^rr.
■nfe   recent- return*   :Tr,   "x33®An>  v;ili   not,  be  back until   fcorae  txi?_a
next  '.7-737.
Tha  interested i.ailv.&y Company1 __   representative* _r:et
the harbour Co.rrimis8loners on the oth and bth,  but IBr.  KeKean advises
that vary little pragreei.  wae made ZmmmMiM. towards  settling  tiiie
question.   The harbour CoTtimlfc&ionere  are  to   further consider the  Question
and advls* the Railway Companies  their final decision in the ratter,
Hr*   u.eKe&m-n explains  that the  question of  the $£.yG per
car a_?eee_r:_ent■ is  rather a delicate point,   and  tho discus eion*.  have  been
confined  i#^  the i__t_4___M employed by the Harbt-ur Co_nni&i_-_onerB  te   enforce
collection- fl ilway G#ilf-__l|^  deduction fron aceeuata
rendered.
 1  will \:aup  in   touch with. :.r. j  advise you.
13  the meantr"ie,   ttitat ^arbour Coimniselonere  continue to   deduct  these
charr:-; t__u_..-tf *t. accounts  and ';ai'uo'? . pint  in  n©w
eut&t'o'.inr I JQ  bjs   Tuly 21et.   A  t-Urther ntiint 150.00 ^ill,
no  doubt,. ■•ducted fron, eur account  far S^p July 53 at. •
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Canadian Pacific Railwa
LAND  DEPARTMENT
3/   CC*
/IPANY
VANCOUVER, B. C.
April 15th, 1931
At an Audit of th
is Department on   APRIL.  14TH.   1931.  vour Contract No.                	
Lots Block D. L.	
stands as under :                                                                                                                          Total Sale Price $	
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Will you kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN    PROMPTLY in the
enclosed envelope. All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Land Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
Yours truly,
Mr-Y/TV^VT    T     LTD Printed in Canada
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
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Vancouver, July 18th 31
B.   Arntua, Esq*
Audi tar ef Agencies,
Mentreal,
Bear sir*
Va11e0uY.tr Wharf Settlement- with Harbeur Beard
_«**•«##**•»  -•999t_6«*f
Referring   te your wire 16tk*
I  found that general Freight Agent waa in Califernia
and weuld net be back until  the 2?th, Divisien Freight- Agent waa
alee nut ef the city fer the day,     I had a talk with ^JVA*** chief
elerk and asked Mm te hare 21*7*4*   take seme actien the next day,
^rlds^y*       Shis nerning I  saw D.S1,A.   and he  said the efficial ef the
Haifbeur Beard *h*m he wished te see*, was out ef %mm9
I had netdd fre» G*X*Afs  file that »_%  tfcKab.  7*?.A*
had sat  in en the conferences with  the C*N.Ry*   and S*_f*By*
I  therefere saw him and told  him that  the Harbour Board were
deducting* the araeunts claimed hy them frem  their settlement with
the Wharfs    He  immediately to#k up with the ether reads and found
that  the Harbour* Board were also deducting fren their settlements
with these r#adst     ge   ■&*• had .^**(rillis,   of-Winnip-o:;,   en the
phene and    apparently   - mt the matter,     I beliy. q iir,Plaw had
been kept advised of the discuss i'- ■   tt/^.A.
Mr,  Gillie told ur,  KcHah that wa should witheld settlement with
tke narbeur Beard .of the a .a we owe t rttl an anreamenfc is
arrived at*    ??re  Hc^Tah did   _i*|   think it advisable to  take m
actien just  now aa he was  to have a conference wit: fttker r$ada
en Menday,   20th about  the natter.
I a:a therefere turning  file  over to  ::r,: t#
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FORM 103
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY  'C_&IS-AlDIAN
PACIFIC
ANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY'S TELEGRAPH
FORM T. D. 1
TELEGRAM
CABLE CONNECTIONS TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
(Printed in Canada) J. MeMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
STANDARD TIME
RAA57 RS  RUSH
PR  MONTREAL  QUE  16
A  L MCCONNELL
TRAVELLING AUDITOR VANCOUVER  BC
ARRANGE  WITH  GENERAL FREIGHT  AGENT TO HAVE EVERYTHING  POSSIBLE
DONE TOWARDS   PROMPT  SETTLEMENT  WITH  HARBOUR  COMMISSIONERS  OF
DISPUTED  CHARGE  OF TWO DOLLARS  PER  CAR  ON  NORTH  SHORE CAR  BARGE
TRAFFIC ADVISE  i   H 48
B ARNUM
\S   3   5   36 Ykneetrrer    Wharf, B.  C.
July lltk.  1931.
A 8689 -
B. Arnum, i_sq_,
Auditor *f Agencies,
Mentreal, Que.
Dear Sir:-
*urkt er te my 1. tt• r    • f ye s terday' s date
I kave since discussed this matter witk Mr* A W Tennant,
-ravelling   Auditer,  and in View ef    tke fact tkat eur
settlements witk tke Vancouver Barber    Oemmissieners exceed
ameunts due us by tkem, weuld   yeu eensider    tke suggestien
tkat we witkkeld all furkher settlements witk tke Barber
B,*_*d until tkis    matter is settled.
Yeurs    truly,
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
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Your® truly*
Mhmrt K-.nted in Canada FORM  103
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
Vancouver Wharf* B. C,
July 10th_, 1931.
A_ 8689 -
B Arnum, Esq.,
Auditor of Agencies,
Montreal, Qu©e
Dear Sir.
Since the removal of the  span on the  Second Narrows Bridge
at Vancouver,  cars for th© North Shore have to be movtd by barge.    For some
time this Company rented the  Harbor Board barge and tug to take these cars
over,  but a few months ago  the  Harbor Board bought their own barge, and
were using our slip.     ,Ve  made a charge  of $2.00 per car to  the  Harbor Board
for switching these  cars to the  barge and  loading them on same.
They have now built their own barge  slips and are handling the
cars  3or the  North Shore themselves.       On any of our traffic they are allowed
$3.50 per car according to tariff, but effective  fey 9th they issued a tariff
stating that a special charge  of an additional $2.00 per ear would be made  on all
loads from or to North Vancouver.
I attach copy of joint  letter dated  June  5th from the  Canadian
National Railways* Canadian Pacific  Railway and  the  Great  Northern Railway,
advising the  Harbor Board that this charge could not be  collected, along with
letter from Mr.  McKean,  General  Freight Agent.       I also attach further joint
letter from the three  railroads dated  June  30th.
The Harbor Board sent  ma accounts covering this  charge  of $2*00
for each carload but I returned these accounts to them and referred them to
joint con___unication from the three  railroads.     They, however,  have deducted from
our   Last settlement $248.00 covering cars handled  in June, and  on speaking to
Mr* White,  Comptroller,  he advised  me he  has received instructions to make
this deduction hereafter on settlements with the  railroads  concerned.
I shall be glad  if you fill advise me what action I should take  in
this  connection.     I may  say I am sending a copy  of this  communication to  Mr.
McKean and  also to the Assistant  Superintende t.
Yours truly,
Wh..rf Freight Agent. July 6th 193 i.
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I a** •__._._• ©oy>y further Joint letter froa
W.B.HarYl* ,3aor*taryt VaaeouY** Harkour C©«mls*l©a*r* ^aneou?**,
I   under date Ju 1© 2.tk and oopy of joint reply wklek kas been
s*nt to %,Harvl* under todays dat* signed \sf J^M^Maorae.^^nerai
Frelgfct Agan_, Ganaaiaa %ti®i_al   By*. -'**  I , -."Hy®,General Agant,
G*©at Sortkeaen H. and raysalf•
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CJOfT 3IAI 7___Ql_-_    BAIHU.T.
)US    PACIFIC    EAILWAT COHPASY,
tBAZ BOBTHIff-T    PAUVWAY C07't-   .JY.
?ai_©ouv-*r,B_C._une> 5ctht1931^
... Harrlo       if 3«©r«tary,
^aaaouvfHP Harbour Con i33loners,
7___*__ry*r,B*G.
Bear 8ir_-
fi©ferring yonr joint letter June 26th soiativ© preposei
©harge of #2.00 par ©ar on ear load traffie to and from north
▼aa
If it li tk* infant lon of th* Com i*s loners to adher*
to this props*** additional toll, wa assume you win make arramgo-
mants for tk*   collection of ©am* diraot fro® tk* ©onelga©©* or
skip ©ra of suok oarload traffie involved in lortk Vaneouvor, as m
oannot -nd©rtaJ_* to arrang* oolleotioa of sams under ©-elating through
freight tariffs tkat ar* ineffeot.and furthermore, we d* not intend fc
to absorb suok additional ehargo.    ia further assms© tkat wo willb*
further advised lf it Is d©_ir©d that existing through tariffs _koul<
ba amended by smpplsaonts to bs fll«d witk tk* Canadian ffailway _©_.-
nlsslon at Ottawa and Inter stats Comoro* Ce___isslo_t at Washington,
adding suok proposed additional ©harp© to tka ©stating published
through rates*
Yo tb truly
CAIfADlAJf VASIGSML BAIIWATS.
CAHADIAS PAC EPIC BAIL
ITERS
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Vancouver,   B#C#
June S6th 1951*
A*   $*  MoKeen,^sq*,
General freight *%ant,
Canadian Pacific Hallway Company,
Vancouver.   B#   ^*
J* M* Macrae, &«g*f
oral freight Agent.
iad ian Ha11ona1 Ha ilways,
Vancouver, B#o*
Ji5*AoDyef   ISscu,
nersl Agent,
CreMt Northern Ka'lway companyt
Vancouver,  B*C#
Dear ^ir:
Your letter of the  19th instant,   in regard  to  .12.00 toll
per oar on traffio to and  from the North Shore wae duly received,
I   is under consideration*
In reply I would adviee you that  the decision of the
Commissioners  ie to continue thie  charge which they consider fair
and necessary on account of the eoet  of    providing and maintaining
the cur barge service*
Yours r^ry  truly,
*DH.JW *
(ag-0 W*D*Harvie
Secretary* June E5rd  1051*
f.8$89-Si__*
Messrs*
Vancouver %rbor Terminal
Vancouver,  ®*  C*
Bear Sir:
' I am returning your account dated J tine 20th
for barge charges on 84 care at  ^2*00 per  car total 4-168 *00*
Kindly refer to my letter of June 15th on which
date your account for #80*00 was returned*      %. W.J)* Harvie
was advised  on ^uae 5th by a  joint  letter  from the Canadian :
Pacific hallway,   Canad Ian "lational Railways and  the Great
Horthern Hallways that this  charge could not ba entertained.
I am,   therefore,  returning your account*
'Yours truly,
WHARF FRSIGHT AC
CC
Vancouver * BC
Your  #ile A.31674-I June 15th*  1931,
f*8689~8IU
Messrs*
Vancouver Harbor  terminal Railwa
i   avey, B* c#
Bear ^ira:-
I am in receipt of your account for
the use of the barge,   40 care at <2*00 per car
80.00,  which I herewith retur
If you will feindly refer to letter
sent you.'- Hy vie  on June^§th you will find
the  position adopted  by the Gomoany outlined  in
connection with this charge*
It was pointed out that  thia increaeed
charge can only be assessed by compiling supplements
to existing tariffs with the  Canadian Kaiiway Commission
and  Interstate Commerce Commission,   and  that 30 days
notice is necessary.
^nder the  circufDetancee  it will be necessary
for you to withdraw your account*
Yours  truly,
^harf freight &gent A^51674-1
Yanoouvor B.C. June 8tk,1931.
Traffic to and fromHorth Shore,
Agent,,
Vancouver,
vancouv
/hf.
I ©nolos© copy of l©tt«r addressed to Mr.G. yPotter©11 by 7r.
W.D H_-_vi* ,S©cr©la_*y,Vancouver Harbour Coaimissionsrs under date May 29th.
and ©opy of joint lottor    to _-r,Harvi© from Canadian »atioialtCreat lortk-
©rn s radian Paolft© Ballways under date Jan© 5tk.
You will not© that tk© Vancouver Harboui
Com
isalo.uors
^rops© an
additional e of $2,00 per loaded oar,  on traffie to rtk
Tansouvor for movement to and from tkeir barge and for loading and unloading tb©  barg©,  and that tr© Harbour Commissioners have been advised
tkat  If this ©barg©  is  insisted on,tkat It will be in addition to tke
rat© airea% applicable,and that we cannot undertake to collect same at
least until suok tira* tkat tariffs have been properly filed with the
Canadian Railway and th© Interstate Commerce    Commissions,  by way or
supplements to ©arious tariffs In    effect,showing tk© additional chargi
mentlonsA,   wklek can be only dons    on 30 aay® actios.,  This of course
only ar;;l!©s wh©re throu$i rates ar©  in ©fleet to dad fr rth, Vancouver
In conn© tk various railway lino*.    On any traffie which Is hamdlod
onth© sun  of lo©al rates to snd from Sorth Vaneouver,  charg© oould no
doukt bs properly taksn car© of by being shown as an advanc© on waybills,
but tt sk©uli b© dlsttnetly understood that where through rates are ln
effect between South Vaneouver and our line or connections,  beyond,tkat
we cannot accept same as a danlt  for collection from consignees, nor oaa
we on traffic destlnsd Mortk Vancouver, where okargeo ar© collected by
our company,  arrange collection from consignees,
A, T.McLean.
Generl freight
tent
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Doer    Sir.
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North V.uic ...uv-:rf
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The prooont eituation jL,    ;_^t  tim amount
for the  §or*i#* i-WftlWti  in moving traffic to ^nd from i
by agrosmonto arrived at some ti_w og
iiod on'certr in traffio t i froa tho North 3h..roo
inautnaiont your   .ommieaion agrood to
■> vXfi woro v__a roo0|Q3._-.too  ii. vor_ri_h_t»^o8 ©0*0001* y-j- ?   i0r.<
lnoo*    %oro io involved na in tho potato  >f Int
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aisount of tho incre
io existing tariff__
ot  Ottawa
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tiao as tariffs *
CJttO&tiOtt*
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Tours truly #
Canadian i'nciflc Rai.
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copy ■ ir©
Vancouver, B.C., -una 4th 1931
A 176968
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EFT FRIDAY JOTE 5.H    VASCHUTER MRB-uR GC-JMISSIONSLiS
Will COMMENCE USING IHBIB  OWN BARGE .0 ?H_| .   RIH SHORE     f-40
Copy -r. --Irfcup
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C.S.MaHARG VANCOUVER HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS
Vancouver B G May 29th., 1931.
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Mr. G A Cotterell,
General Superintendent,
Canadian acific Railway,
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sirs
This ia to advise you that effective June 5th.• 1931, the
Commissioners will use their _»wn barge slip in connection with
their car barge service to and from North Vancouver. This slip,
as you are aware, is located at the foot of Dunlevy Avenuee
On all loaded cars for destination to and from Morth Vancouver
a charge"of 4Za00  per car for movement to ana from the barge and
for loading and unloading the barge, will be assessed, this charge .0
be paid in addition to the amount which you are now paying the Commissioners
for the movement of your traffic as designated above.
copy
Yours very truly,
(sgd) W D Harvie
Secretary. Canadian National Steamships
M
P. W. BALDWIN
LOCAL  AUDITOR
F,LENOf3-2   SWA.
Vancouver, B.C.
Beeember 12th, 1930.
Mr, kmMjapLmni*$
•haw Ag^nt,
Caaidiat| Pacif io  Hallway,
Vandt^vfr, B.C.
Boar Sirs*
Kindly refer to wharfage e__argee aeseosed
on shipment 28110 Lbs. and 4 Cubic Ft. fer I*indo_*y Cart ago on
SS^Prinoe Seerge* trip 83_> H.
This ohinment was from one shipper to
en© eonoignoe, and our eontention is toot .you are not entitled
ts charge uo mora for a Mailer quantity than a greater.        %io
natter has been taken up with your Travelling Auditor, and I
understand io now in the hande of our reepeetive traffio
departments.        Ponding further advioe from our Traffio Betyfcs.
I have eliminated mittimus, ehargee to avoid dolay in settlement.
f euro truly*
Mr# Tenant,
Travelling Auditor, C.P.Ry
Vancouver, B#C.
fcooal Auditor*
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F ////////Vancouver,  B.C.    Tov.25th/30.
.   Arnum,   Esq. f
Auditor of Agencies, M-425065.
Montreal.
^ear Sir:*
Vancouver Wharfage on shipment* per
Cf.Steamers handled on C.P.H, Docks.
Referring to yours of November 7th.
Item 3073,p 99,B.C.C.S. Tariff 245, covers carload
rating referred to.
All manifests issued hy C.H.S.S.Oo. have since heen
revised, and I am enclosing AA 40 covering dehit fell.60 b/s. Mov.30th.
"?ave advised agent to show this dehit under group nC*  items, attaching
A A 40 in support.
I discussed this matter with D.S*.A. Wright before
placing debit, and he considers that the amount should be collected
from the C.^T.s/s Co. The later company apparently do not lire up to
tariffs and evidently give certain consignees the carload ratings,
regardless of what weight is involved.
We do not, of course, know what rates were actually
applied, but our Traffic Department are aware that the C.^.s/s Co, do no_i
live up to tariff and Wharf Operators1 Agreement.
The C. T.s/s Co. may dispute some of these additional
wharfage charges, assessed by me, but such differences, if explained,
can be taken up for clearance. I might mention that correct wharfage
has been assessed on all manifests issued since October 2nd.
I might say that, under certain circumstances, our
traffic department have authorised the carload rating on shipments
moving to one consignee on twe trips of our steamer, but I am satisfied
that, in such cases, there was always a legitimate reason for doing so.
Agent hae been instructed te watch this feature and see that written
authority is received to cover such cases.
If you refer to sheet 3 s/s P/aupert manifest Voy.880 H
you will find that there was a weight of 14012 lbs and 318 cu.ft. -
16900 lbs, and wharfage in thie case wae correctly assessed.
Yours ^rulyf
 ^____________________________________________.   T.A. Printed in Canada ,   . '.      , y        \     * FORM 101
J3H/AHF.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
iNTER-D&g^RTMENT \
Correspondence file M-425065.
*fl iv,*'/_/ Montreal,   i.ov.  7th.  1930*
a.  _Tf  I'ennant,  ifisq*,
travelling Auditor,
Vancouver,   ±*.C.
Vancouver Wharfage  on shipments per
C.W.Stearners handled  on O.I?«R.  Docks*
Referring to your  letter Oet.  8th*
.Please  quote the  exact reference  in tariff
where   it   is authorized to consolidate  shipments consigned to
one firm  on any one trip  of steamer,   in order to use carload
rating for  assessing wharfage  on actual weight   on 15 tons
or more.
iou mentioned that Agent was having revising
clerk go  over manifests to insure  that all  other assessments
have been correctly made.     Has this been done?
Manifest  3*S* Prince  Kupert   Voyage  880M Oct.
21/30.     Shipments consigned Pacific Mills Ltd.  do not
appear to total  15 tons although wharfage  is assessed on
*s*^
actual weights*
// A3y>^y^^cy^
Auditor of Agej_ei "1
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Vftlue,
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1.4, { j>       ,s h« ,
auditor i               cl4t,
B ."*• y _*&_/£ 0,
.ar
lira -
:'    i   :  *   »   '     ■
..idled -__X_tX Of! •  333; 3. m   t)oc.:b.
Sef e r rlti >.*  t o y ou rec          411 e r 2 ad.
I   find that   &l«j
ft£  •                 ;:£Od wharfage on %l           a-ufest
..ad tha  fact  that  cunsir
ante  to   ilm Paeifie ! ilia Ltd.,  un this
er,   did not   total 16   tons
. id   _  i ■ • fe re  t q i            h n
es should  have been asses*
■ i are perha
-• i ff i    c     ■ it£
onsolidr
iiiX.^OH_t  x Evin^ -   wi _£__*©   unc  **/ _$_£ io.
»i coneigned  to           /ire
.  \y one  trip          ede 1^  ;,u i_,  In  !__._.__ s
nee                 : its onlv  tot
.cd           ibe aid l.c.l   mtefi and mkntewm
es  should have been Mi
ied  '■  ;8 I y, _.   7;ach                 t%.
--
itH  t_it correct wharf ape due us,   and had
Jvis a                          .     hat
we are billing  them with  the dxf:        nee
.-jd to  pay.   ^ebit  will b* placed  on
mmm   nsidla:
.ne_: .                               /row on  nil   ftnnusuL
rror will  ba   pointed Out  to   bldit.
•visinn cloA gq over the other
1 1 x f
h_er asgc                        •      tan correctly
-de.
er rariopa                                      ia  apparent
t iat
3    7,y. t*o 1   Q |   v       ■'
.r.o wm etulj               P on subsequent  trips.
.■er sheets of  this             ^_.t?   irherf less
an 1
ainisitt* has been assessed.
3u3. ru                                rence to elgpMfii 5
.04
,  sheet 7 $3.65,
consul id&7
CO
Ij   of* e lores   Pel1
.              •    •    •    .   -7-   .      }                ■        .' '   '                                                                            .   .     i                                            »_•          l_» .4.           mm-   J.  «-      -.ft.
■%?ods ware  shown for
ties        ' .                               tlo
8 all                                er tu
• * j*^
v       could  no t
r* i _»_>en oi                                         one t .4    „ s.
red  cash                          i 13
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* t   '
,   ir \ mt
l aught iS*S*   &_hould also nave
-lied or charge on each oi   .   I   < xvn
on ■ bached I st,   when   I load
ratings, but we do  iiot h-unv now actually billed b;        Ha.
ioii|  our 0.y*A*   advises   that we have beea losing .nass
p^r-lB   north*   and he   ii   ai   ^   .      x   to  call   at  0 His  and
Powell  raver  to  find out cause.
L Printed in Canada
,       ____/___?.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Form 101
Inter-Des>4*stm_nt  y
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Correspondence      » FILE E-425065.
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Montreal,   Oct*  2nd.   1930.
1^3l/u^    <S^/Z SS7>
a.  ._. Tennant, ^sq*,
travelling auditor,
Vancouver,  B*0.
Sept.  8th*
Re Canadian Bitional Steamers being
handled on C*P*R*  Docks*
Referrii^ to your letters of Aug.  19th. and
I am enclosing sheet  $o* 3 S.S." rrince itenry5
manifest received with Vancouver wharf ±>/Sheet Sept. 2lst.
covering wharfage charges which Agent has accounted for.
Tariff U.G.G.S* 245,  rage 16 provides a minimum charge  of
15 cents for any single  shipment of Goast?jrise cargo*    in the
majority of cases where minimum charge is applicable Agent
has charged the 15^ rate but you will note on the attached,
five items where wharfage has been assessed  on actual weight*
rfith regard to 5 shipments covered by h/_i*adings
654-5-6-7-9 totalling 153 pounds with a charge  of 4^, why was
minimum charge not assessed on eaeh individual shipment I
^ou will find on referring to the different
sheets  of this  other Canadian i*atio___al S.S. manifests a number
of instances where  less than miniriram has been charged,   also
where two and more shipments have been bracketed and wharfage
assessed on total weight.
returning
Kindly look into this as quickly as possible^,
the attachment with your remarks*
Auditor of Agencies* *.
//////// Vancouver, B.C. Bept.27th,1950
".   Arnum,   Isq. t
Auditor of Agencies* M-425065.
Montreal.
Bear sir:*
Re Canadian national Steamers bexng handled on
C.P.R* Bocks•
regarding shad storage bein« due our Company on C.^.S •___?.?
shipments held in our aneds over the free time allowance.
About, two weeks ago it cmm  to my  attention that the
C, ff.S.S. Agent was allowing more free time than we were, and that very
few storage collections were actually being made by him.
I instructed that our agent should assess storage in.
accordance with regulations, and to advise the C.tf.8.8. that we were
billing them with all storage actually due.
Their audxtor admitted that this feature had mv&r  been
checked up, but thai, steps would now bo taken to protect proper storage
charges in future, in tha meantime, our agent xs taking dubit regardl***
of whether C.P.S.S. collects or not. sixteen items were charged to
them in one day during the present period, but apparently thoir agent
had not collected.
I advised B.F.A. Wright regarding this iaatter, as, no
doubt, consignees notice this leniency on part of the C.II.S.S, and
route freight against us.
Y3ur%  truly.
T*A. • ////////   Vmmm*mrt s.o* Bept.8tl_il19__0.
Arnumt   3toq.,
Auditor ef Agencies, M-425065.
Montreal.
Bear sir:-
Re Canadian "lational Steamers being handled on
C.P.R.  Bocks.
,tef...rring  to your letter August  28th.
I hava noted your objection re holding up .outward
manifests  for consolidated accounting  in the following period,   and I
have  instructed agent  to  account  thuas  in hand in currant period and
the delayed ones  in the following period.  You will  find  that manifests
that were on hand account periods  Aug.21st and 31st.  have all been
accounted in  the latter period.
In my letter Aur,19th,  I o_»itte_t to advise you how
storage charges are to be protected.  All C?J.  delivery orders are
passed through office for delivery to  C*H*8»8_   Agent.  Sheso ^re checked
by our accountant  to  s_ee  that  storage has  been assessed when due,   and
collections made by Q-»V«   are immediately entered on P.1055.  Such charges
are also noted against list of ^o«2s  receipted for by the C.H.8.8.  Agent,
I  km attaching  copy of General superintendent's letter
September 4th,   advising, that  the arrangamenta made  for docking the CUV*
gteaaieill  have been approved by both nanar:events,   and a monthly bill
for the $6000.00   (flat  rate)   will be r^n&ervA against the Canadian
'♦rational steamships.   Wt  doubt  such bill will be  rendered by the General
Auditor,  Montreal?
Yours  truly, Printed in Canada
JSH/ABP.   CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Form 10 _
_»       • •
Inter-DeVartment
CORRESPONPENCf      .
file M-425065*
Montreal,  Aug*  28th.   1930.
A. W. Tennant,  ^sq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver,  B.C.
Re Canadian lational Steamers being
handled on C*P*R* Docks*
Referring to your letter of Aug* 19th*    I have
noted arrangement made and it would appear that all
necessary precaution has been taken to protect our
revenue*    There is however  one point which should be
changed in connection with the accounting of manifests*
Each manifest should be dealt with in period received*
Why hold up accounting for a local manifest received
within 24 hours after loading until receipt of manifest
for steamer running to Skagway?
■H,
Auditor  of Agencies* File - 42918 -
Taneouver, B.C*, "September 4th. 1930*
A.T. MeKean, Isq*
E.F.L. Sturdee, Esq.
Capt. R.W* McMurray,
J*a* McHab, Isq*
H.J. Maguire, Isq.
CS. Maharg, Isq.
A.M. Innes, Esq.
Referring to the meeting that took place
in my offiee on August 11th relative to accommodating the
Canadian Hational Railway at our Pier nDn,  and our farther
oonferenee of the 12th, which resulted in recommendation
going to the Management that we make a charge of |#,000.00
per month for the use of our Pier, this charge to cover baggage
room service, providing ticket selling space, linemen and
Barlow operators, light, heat and water, and constable service;
in addition we colleet and retain regular cargo wharfage charges.
fh|s arrangement has been approved by
the Management and accepted by the Canadian Hational. Mr. McMullen
has been requested to draw up* a formal agreement* In the mean*
time, will you kindly see that bills are rendered monthly to
Mr. B.C. Keelty, Pacific Coast Manager, Canadian Hational
Steamships?
Sgd. C.A. Cotterell,
General Superintendent. File - 42918 -
Tan.ouTer, B.C.,  S.pt«jnb_r '      ,  19 50,
!*.
ECean,  Isq*
"Uurdee,  JUsq*
* T-             irray,
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i*
^q*
A * ■'   •
Referring to the meetl
n August 11th relative to ao
1 Rail :t our Pier
,m i re suit ad
,hat took place
office
§m a Fa*
conference of the XI
/to in/3 to the Man&g we make
y y 7' ..^ ' *.)_ y -....-. _."-.; X  , mi. ,2- ■ --_-"<- -7 ; 7, ^*      vSr      is**/. V w J_       _#_*."
room service,, providing t     sell:   pace, li
Barlow operators, li^ht, heat and water* and constable servii
in addition we collect and retain r    r car        <• ohai
fhis arrangement has h     . ave4
the Management and accepted by tho Canadian Hational*
has been requested to draw up a formal agreement ,   i the met
time, will you kindly see that bills are render*        to
Mr* B*C* KeeJiy, Pacific Coast Manager, Canadian Hational
Steamships?
I* O.A. Cettereil*
General Superintended
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B. Arnum, Esq.,
Audit*r of Agencies^
*-''o ntreal.
Ho Canadian National p/fc earners being handled
at C.P.B.  Books.
torriyn im Midi ie the C«H. coasting
steamers,   commencing  August 14th,   an i  dock having boon
destroyed by firs on it.
I am advised that -re not yet
confirmed  ' ....     nd ... mts,  but
I  tho  necessary
ac> Id&tlStt,
it lias explained that the proposed ar stent
involves  a  flat  rent si  charge  of $6000.00 per no nth.   C.P.K.   also to
receive all Wdtarf_igS  aad »vor*__gs Sarnings  0X3 freitflat,   L_ri_l parcel and
baggage storage charges .
_« urht  of the 11th,   I  was  asked if the Audit
.3 a r tat e n t w*i tl - 9  a ny . 31 i o na   to  c. 11 v v,. I (9   3 ff t ca s p ac e
lu our wharf **&•  uf :ets.  As  there was
no other accomodation available I advisad Hr.  Stardea that  there
should ba no objection,  providing our swa interests could be properly
protected and taken care of.
fVJ.  have been provided with one of otup enelesod ticket
booths,   alse the adjoining open information wicket.  These two wickets
are tt be altered and enclosed by rrrill  netting  to   ISkS one large
office with two  ticket wickets.   C.«Y«   have installed a fea:"0 and necessary
ticket stock within this  space,   and tha arrangement causes  no serious
interference with the 3ral handling of our own office.  Our agemt lias
nothing whatever to  do with  their tickets or cash,   and our staff is  on
duty there during the entire time that dock is  open -7 AM until
Snight,
*lm  have supplied our b__gga^e -laster with C.5«   revenue
checks,  but we use our own forms  for parcel  and storage collections.
They provide one baggageman to  super?;*,** the handling of their baggage,
but he takes  no  part in the collection of revenue. 0
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2,  %%%   Arnum,  Isq.,
Collections account of C.U.   revenue checks  are being
remitted by our baggage master direct to C.M.   ticlfist agent;   proper
detail being shown and receipts  for cash obtained.  I might mention that
remittances,   so far,  ware §1.05 on 15th and 60j_T on 18th,  and that very
few collections will be made on their behalf,  as auto  checks are being
issued by their own ticket agents.
You may have objections  to  thia manner of handling  funds
between the two  companies,  but I would point out  that we do not have
an audit office settlement with the C.W.ftteamshtys  in freight matters,
and I presume that you would not wish ticket revenue settled through
audit?.- I attach copies of t:r.  Xagulr*9s   instructions  to his baggage
master*.
I have beast in touch with all  concerned ae  ta raothod of
protecting our revenue,   and would advise as  follows:-
V* will check and be  responsible for all  freight
discharged from st earners   (see  exception in closing  remarks)   and will
niMk^ deliveries on prasantatiaa of C+iL  number 2 u^onse bills.
Manifesting  (waybills  not used)   ie done by pursers,  after
.departure of ^teaiier,   and t**_f«   have agreed to  give us  three copies of
thoir inward manifests:
One copy for our checkers use to be filed in shed.
Ona copy for office use.
0n% copy to  support wharfage  ear n te  debit-  Bumrmry of
each manifest sheet  to be made on P. 1007.
checkers will show C.y.  pro on hi*  copy of manifest and
ring lip delivery thereaa as  each tkipmant is delivered.
All   Te.   2s honored by cV-ackers will be listed and
receipted for by 0#£,   Arrant,  who  requires  these records   .
''iciale had bean prepared to accept all  outbound
traffic  at our sheds,   to be  receipted tor by our checkers  and we to
obtain ship«s  receipt when loaded to  steamers,  but the C.N*  wished to
place  their o^n checkers  in el-tad,   receipt and assvOW res bility for
such freight wblla in our sheds.   This  was  &.; hie to  our officials
and the arrangement greatly  reduces  our shot labor g-_-peft*a,
, ff.  have agraad ti give us  IM copies of their outward
manifests;   one copy to be retained in office,   and the &econd c®$y
attached  ta balance sheet in support af a ;a  «;aken to  debit.
inward manifests vull be available  for accounting
within the period that freight ie received,   snd storage and wharfage 0
I*  E*   Arnum,  Esq.,
will be duly accounted far within the period earned,  but,   owing to  the
5*1.   eye tes, of manifesting on stealer,  we cannot gat copies until the
return af steamer.  The steamers running to Skagway take about  eight
d«ys  to raake the around trip,  and manifests will  therefore not be in
our possesion until   fchair return.  Under these circumstances 1 considered
it *.;^vis-ibl0 to  account all outward wharfage in the period following
the actual movement.
You will note that wa will not have a direct Oheok on
outward traffic, and will accept manifests handed to us by c.*T*Agent
as covering all  freight loaded out. war.   they agree to mir
inspection oi  tfeair ihipping bills, I fastai im ^ing,  etc.  to
satisfy ourselves   that  W* have bteu duly provided with manifests
covering all   freight loaded over our docks.
ile wa can obtain ufests on tha local
ferry runs *¥_Uttarii id thin <N hours loading,  I think
it best  ta  consolidate  and 11 manifests   for the period on
the  following weak**  1 t.  This vill  amplify r*p#H*ti  and
checking,  and I I  yan ara *vr£uabla  tu   J,hi&  arra* variant.
I Kigfct say  that,   ga  far,   tha local   ferry traffic  % Y light,  but
a hemy tonn'-^e idled to points- north.   ! Cached ___*_tt*4
Shows the si saw _nd routes involved.
tI*   wi%M h#ve $mm aalmon cunc-invionts  for direct
delivery to C.-C-'*   for scarce.   31 ~ vh ©hipmentu  #i%% be discharged at
our salmon sheds, Mtry#f%d by wharfingars manifests which we will
account and tattle  in the usual way.
Any rail or steamer traffic  interchanged between ua  for
furtherance by stealer will ba handled on r*g?al*r transfer sheets,  as
in the past,   .fust  tha earns as  though the C.\     ar* doing business at
their own dock.
ft*_ferring to inbound   traffie.   7rei£ht  originating at
Vic toria,  $eattlaf  etc.   for Smk transhipment at Vancouver for
furtherance to  northern ^.C  points via 0.W*   is discharged at ont aid*
of dock and transferred to the itbir &ide for load to  their own
s&^eamers  northbound.
At tha present tiae,  tha CT.   it handing us tha necessary
copies of manifest, but their checker x&  receipting direct to their own
steamer p~a& placing freight in the outward section of shed for loading.
It 1* only necessary that our checker sees to it that
he git* a mnaifest for all  freinbt ao transferred*   and it is agreeable _•   •
* a
4.   Mi   Arnum,,  _f?sq.t
te  our officials   that the C.7.   as sums tha responsibility in that
direction.  If* -rt; only intaraatad in our wharfage earning,  which wa
will   receiva on the inbound •lO'fement,  Vanflasts  ar* if.sued through ta
destination,   rind wa will   therefore  not have any outbound manifests
covering and are not Entitled to  a second wharfage on this   traffio.
r«   Baldwin,   Auditor of the CM.15.8,,   is  out of the city,
but I will confirm with hist that the a&avi I lent is satisfactory.
Sir the firs',  few days our apent will experience a little
trouble in obtaining  the  roquired copies of ?-.anifesta,  but pursers have
no* bean instructed  to provide  the necessary number of eopiu__  for us.
MS* __a* allotted to 0. 7.   in ont of our shads  for
their affiaa staff,   and suitable offices  are now being erected.   Tfo part
of  our regular 'fie a Ie -sod hy  them,
I   trust   chat the above will make  tke situation clear ta
>ou,   una that yuu SJ*pr*Ti  account inn  urran^ancuts zn&de.   If y*U have
any objection* ta Btann*r of handling you will  no doubt praagptly wiviea
wa.    In the meant ia*,  I aill keap is touch .vith matters to see that our
earnings ar* being praparly prataatiNlf
Cash settlement of accounts will be made between agents,
SS   la til* past,  unless otherwise instructed.
Yours  trulyt
T.A. Printed in Canada
Form 101
#»   •   CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Inter-DepartIent
Correspondence
COPY,
75240*A,
Vancouver, B,C,
August l*M;h, 1930*
Mr. w. B. Allison;
Mr, John Sparks;
Mr. W.R.Cunningham;
On aoeount of "burning of the Canadian national
Railway Company's new Pier, effective to-day that Company's
steamships will "berth at Pier D, our iharf*
Canadian national Ticket Agent will "be located in
our iharf Ticket Office and our staff will handle their hag-
gage with the Canadian National Iharf Baggage Master *uper-
vieing,
Se have heen supplied with a stock of Canadian
National local, interline, excess, Port of landing and special
delivery cheeks, which will he issued hy our men and the moneys
collected remitted direct to the Canadian national Ticket Agent,
We will use ©mr own parcel and storage checks and
retain all the revenue.
We are to he reimhursed ©a a rental "basis plus the
usual freight wharfage charges.
It will he necessary for the Canadian Hational to use
our dock for a period of at least six months, and possibly a
year, until their Pier can he re-built. The one ^ust destroyed
was of wooden construction throughout, hut they ar© now talking
of huilding a concrete Pier. If they so decide, it will he a
matter of two year, before it can he completed*
HJH/C
"H. 3*  MAGU!___.«
DISTRICT MAIL AID BAGGAGE AGBBT. Printed in Canada FORM 101
.   CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
CANAXMAN'
_
INTER-D EPARTk ENT
CORRESPONDENCE ULE 752^0**A*
COPY. Vancouver, B#c,  Aug, l^th, 1930.
Mr, R. E, Alliagham:
mmmmmmtmm   i in   i w >   n im 11 i i m>**<mm»m-.< <*m**.mm , im 11W. ■win.* ■■«
Mr. ff. G. Mulliner;
Mr. A. M. Anderson:
On account of "burning of the Canadian national
Railway Company's new Pier at Vancouver, effective to-day
steamships of that Company will berth at Pier D, our ¥i?harf.
Their "baggage will he checked and handled hy our staff.
This for your information.
"H. J. MAG-IRE*
DISTRICT MAIL &  BAGGAGE AGEHT,
HJM/C 3-*o~*iytut/37y
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAViCOMPANY            *•
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Form 2107
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WHARFINGER'S MANIFEST
STEAMER FROM __.TO__._r	
Transfer No.
MARKS
Number of
Packages
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DESCRIPTION OF GOODS DELIVERED
REMARKS
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\ Printed in Canada FORM 1C
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
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Inter-Department
CORRESPONDENCE F.-E      ^pjp^     2&t__,     Xf jfO*
JC.  _>» Burns, $§*q.t
General superintendent,
Vaneouver Harbour (.omission*.**,
¥aneouver,    B.tl*
itear jfirj-
'fhia will ©oafin. t-aderstand Lag arrived at yesterday hetween
yourself and this aoap«_ny,8 ©ffleer* respecting the handling ©f traffic
to and froa the Berth share of Burrard inlet while the tie send Barrows
Bridge is out of eeiraisaion,  the details he inn as follows:
fh* Canadian Paeifie Msilway to handle all freight traffie
hetween this ?;e__paayfe ear slip at faneouver and the "Paeifie _r*_.t
Eastern ear slip at North ifaneouver fer a eharge ef £100.0. per day fer
tug and burge serviee i«_ludlag smrine insuranee.
where there is no servioe perforated en any calendar day,
that is  i'rea „a_-_ight to midnight, no charge will he i_ade.
A switching ehargo of $1.0 _» ©n ears leaded with wheat _-_f
2.00 on all other loads will he _.*_ on moveiaents hetween the
Ca-mdian Paeifie barge slip and th. Vancouver Harbour ?«n__jru__ Hallway
intarehsuige at Rogers    tree..
If© eharf,e will he _»de on traffic on will eh the Canadian
Paeifie Hallway secures read haul In either direction.
traffic handled hetwesn the Oanadlaa Paeifie barge slip
and the B.C* ^leetrlo interchange wHl he at tariff divisions as already
provided for.     _his alse applies te any a_i_~©di-y fer delivery in
vaneouver on Canadian Paeifie t_na'__*
fh* C*____l__i Paeifie Hallway to aeoept no responsibility
whatever fer any d___ag* to Paeifie Great Eastern oar slip. Berth gher*
Burrard Inlet, ©r to approaches whether through negligeae* ©f its
employees er otherwise.
V Printed in Canada \ FORM lOY
CA,    .DIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
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.    Inter-Department
Correspondence filk
mm    %    «m
Km  Jm Bunets,  Stfq*.
fhis Gompmiy wiM «d charge for m*mmm&& ©f •Kpties*
fhia ff.irr__*#;©r.ant to ra^Hla in ®ifmmt wsih$®®% to tw_iftg»XX&tA_ia
Y%fmit imp f# aneur# yoa teat w# a_pf ptixtlaularly i_«_dL«__fl to
assist th* Wmmmmm? ifctrb lartBsi. Hailw_/vy Oomptyty mt this tias
in tha handling of t • tkWttttM ^ji4 this Ooafaajfs titttmmm
will ^onaldar it a Blffyiure t^ aimmwm may Aurther details that ®&y
nrXam _mrroii»4iimt{  _iie V-._ traffic in q^stloisu
I w^utld mppmmitit® if you woiuci pl_»ae lot vo ^nn~
fi_r_mt_tea of this aim/;        it*
(3l0t*&J   Oa    &*    ^#tt#»tll
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