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Form 1900A
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MONTREAL
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5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
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$230.03
8e»21
16.43
24.64
32,86
41.07
49.29
57«,50
65.71
73.93
82.14
90.36
98.57
106.79
115.00
$232.50
8.30
16.61
24.91
33.21
41.52
49.82
58.12
66.43
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8.3.04
91.34
99.64
107.95
116.25
$237.00
8,46
16.93
25.39
33.86
42,32
50.79
59.25
67.71
76.18
84.64
93.11
101.57
110.04
118.50
$243.00
8.68
17.36
26*04
34.71
43.39
52.07
60«^5
69.43
78.11
36.79
95.46
104.14
112.82
121.50
$245.00
8.75
17.50
26.25
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43.75
52.50
61.25
70mD0
78.75
87.50
96,25
105.00
113.75
122.50
$246.00
8.79.
17.57
26.36
35.14
43.93
52.71
61.50
70.29
79.07
87.86
96.64
105.43
114,21
123.00
$252.00
9.00
18.00
27.00
36.00
45.00
54.00
63.00
72.00
81,00
90.00
99.00
108.00
117.00
126.00
$253.00
9.04
18.07
27.11
36.14
45.18
54.21
63.25
72,29
81.32
90,36
99.39
108.43
117.46
126.50
$255.00
9.11
18.21
27.32
36.43
45,54
54.64
63.75
72.86
81.96
91.07
100.18
109,29
118.39
127.50
$257.00
9.18
18,36
27,54
36.71
45,89
55«07
64.25
73.43
82.61
91,79
100,96
110.14
119.32
128.50
$259*00
9.25
10*50
27.75
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46,25
55.50
64.75
74.00
83.25
92.50
101.75
111.00
120,25
129.50
$260.00
9.29
18.57
27.86
37.14
46,43
55.71
65.00
74.29
tx?e57
92.86
102,14
111.43
120.71
130.00
$264.00
9,43
18.86
28.29
37.71
47.14
56.57
66,00
75,43
04.86
94,29
103.71
113,14
122.57
132,00
$265.00
9.46
18.93
28.39
37.86
47,32
56,79
66.25
75.71
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94,64
104,11
113.57
123.04
132.50
$267.00
9.54
19.07
23.61
38.14
47.68
57.21
66.75
76.29
85.82
95.36
104.09
114.43
123,96
133.50
$268.00
9.57
19.14
28.71
33.29
47,86
57.43
67.00
76.57
86.14
95.71
105.29
114.36
124.43
134.00
$969.00
9.61
19.21
20.82
38.43
43.04
57.64
67.25
76,86
86.46
96.07
105.63
115.29
124.89
134,50
$270.00
9.64
19.29
28.93
38.57
48.21
57.86
67.50
77.14
86.79
96.43
106.07
115.71
125,36
135.00
$273.00
9.75
19.50
29.25
39.00
48.75
58.50
68.25
70,00
37.75
97.50
107.25
117.00
126.75
136.50
$2.75.00
9.82
19.64
29.46
39.29
49.11
58.93
68#75
78.57
88.39
98.21
108.04
117.86
127,68
137,50 CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
"YUKON IRINCESS"
"CASSIAR"
FILE OR  CLAIM
GROSS REVENUES CONTRIBUTED TO JOINT OfERATICir
FOR THE FIRST 8» MONTHS OF 1 9 5 3
CANADIAN PACIFIC      WATERHOUSE CO TOTAL
#272,377 #32,878 #305,255
24.9,522 43,262 292,784
521,899
8756
76,U0
135*
598,039
100$
On the basis of estimate of April 18th, 1950 the contribution would have been
#370,784 #227,255 #598,039
62$ 38% 100JC
Increase or decrease #151,115 #151,115
W$
Victoria, B. C, December 29th, 1953* form 102 y<3°
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM
"YUKCS? HtlNCESS"
"CASSIAR*
GROSS REVENUES CONTRIBUTED TO JOIST OFERATIGK
tm m mm # worn w 19 ? 3
CANADIAN ?#CfflG     WffiRfOUSB, CQ f 0 f A IV
#272,377 #32,878 #305,255
249,522 43,262 292,784
521,899
873*
76,340
135
598,039
10C1S
Oa the basis of estimate of April 18th, 1950 the contribution would have beea
#370,784 #227,255 #598,039
62* 3836 100J6
Increase or decrease #151,115 (1|151,U5^)
Victoria, B. C, December 29th, 1953* CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
V)&c2d Wick. &nnMiwJLccdior\A
W.D.NEIL,General Manager,Montreal
"The filing time shown in the date line is STANDARD TIME at place of origin.   Time of receipt is STANDARD TIME at place of destination."
1953 DEC 22
VRA235     RS
PR   MONTREAL  QUE  22
0  J WILLIAMS
VICTORIA  BC
M-38  SEPTEMBER  TOTAL  EIGHT  THOUSAND AND NINETY  DOLLARS  STOP      fhy
EARNINGS   YOUR  JUNE  AND  JULY BALANCE  SHEETS   SEVEN SIX  NOUGHT  THREE
EXPENSES   FOUR  EIGHT  FIVE  FIVE  IN SEPTEMBER  WITH   FIFTY PER  CENT OF
PROFIT  FROM WATERHOUSE VOYAGES  THIRTY  FOUR  TO  THIRTY SIX  NAMELY
FIVE  THREE   FOUR  TWO  E-673
H  C REID
I   03
At/mm
SiJv fiotoria. 3*G», Doc* 21st, 1953*
De*>t. Ko# 11,
Time 1700 K*
H#0# Raid*M*«n.mi#it« «• Montreal, Que*
Would appreciate your wiring brief description of procedure followed
by you to arrive at revenue entry on G# I • U2 for 0a./:ir r using aonth
of September as example* Unable to reconcile •« 11*38 •
0#Je Williams* Revenue
Expenses
Profit or Loss from operations
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Inter-Company balance as above
Cheques issued by the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company
May 26
July k,    1953
July 30, 1953
Sept.22, 1953
Oct. 29, 1953
Balance
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Statement showing the Inter-Company balance for settlement between the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company and Union Steamships Limited resulting
from the Joint Operations of the s.s. Yukon Princess Voyages 33 to kk  to
September 20 1953 and the s.s. Cassiar Voyages 26 to 39 to September 13 1953 3*>/<3
SCHEDULE 1
S.S.YUKON PRINCESS-Voyages 33 to kk
Canadian   Union
Pacific  Steamships
Railway   Limited
272,377.u9     32,878.01*
2119,727.92     1*0,072.38
22,649.57       7,194.34
22,61*9.57       7,194.34
7,727-61       7.727.62
14,921.96     Ik,921.96
14,921.96
Combined
Totals
305,255.53
289,800.30
15,455.23
S.S. CASSIAR-Voyages 26 to 39
Canadian Union
Pacific Steamships Combined
Railway Limited    Totals
249,521.59 1*3,262.26 292,783.85
39,9^2.11 218,775.79 258,717.90
209,579.48 175,513.53   34,065.95
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
521,899.08
289,670.03
232,229.05
209,579.48
17,032.98
175,513.53
17,032.97
(Schedule II)"
192,546.50  192,546.50
232,229.05
24,760.59
192,546.50
6,704.56
4,130.07
3,681.30
2,212.24
9,258.08
11,064.29
25,986.25     25,986.25
22,171.02
52,927.37
22,850.72
19,788.75
9,318.88
65,489.76
192,546.50     192,51*6.50
Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway
(The above amount shown as owing to Union Steamships Limited includes the amount of $39,719-78
in accordance with our statement dated November 16 1953 forwarded with our letter dated November 25 1953)
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Dec. 2, 1953
11,106.73
59,631.93
26,980.79
23,470.05
11,531.12
74,71*7.84
Union
Steamships
Limited
182,707.87
24,760.59
207,468.46  207,468.46
207,468.46
207,468.46  207,468.46
$74,747.84
Combined
Totals
76,140.30 598,039.38
258,848.17 548,518.20
182,707-87   49,521.18 Revenue
Expenses
Profit or
from operations
Amount ,x        or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Inter-Company balance as above
Cheques issued by the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company
May 26
1953
1953
1953
July 4,
July 30,
Sept.22,
Oct. 29, 1953
Balance
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Statement showing the Inter-Company balance for settlement between the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company and Union Steamships Limited resulting
from the Joint Operations of the s.s. Yukon Princess Voyages 33 to 44 to
September 20 1953 and the s.s. Cassiar Voyages 26 to 39 to September 13 1953
SCHEDULE 1
S.S.YUKON PRINCESS-Voyages 33 to 41*
Canadian   Union
Pacific  Steamships Combined
Railway   Limited    Totals
272,377.49  32,878.04 305,255.53
249,727.92  40,072.38 289,800.30
22,649-57     15,455.23
S.S. CASSIAR-Voyages 26 to 39
Canadian    Union
Pacific    Steamships   Combined
Railway     Limited    Totals
249,521.59   1*3,262.26   292,783.85
39,942.11  218,775-79   258,717.90
Combined Vessels
209,579-48
34,065.95
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
521,899.08
289,670.03
232,229.05
Union
Steamships
Limited
...57   7,194.34
7,727.61   7,727.62
14,921.96
14,921.96
17,032.98
175,513.53
17,032.97
(Schedule II)"
192,546.50
182,707.87
24,760.59   24,760.59
207,468.46
192,51*6.50
207,468.46
6,704.56
4,130.07
3,681.30
2,212.24
9,258.08
11,064.29
25,986.25  25,986.25
22,171.02
52,927.37
22,850.72
19,788.75
9,318.88
65,489.76
192,546.50  192,5^6.50
11,106.73
59,631.93
26,980.79
23,470.05
11,531.12
74,71*7.84
207,468.46  207,468.46
Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway
(The above amount shown as owing to Union Steamships Limited includes the amount of $39,719«78
in accordance with our statement dated November l6 1953 forwarded with our letter dated November 25 1953)
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Dec. 2, 1953
$74,747.81*
Combined
Totals
76,140.30   598,039.38
258,848.17  548,518.20
49,521.18 6
UNION
STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
SCHEDULE II
\
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. Cassiar
Progressive Summary
of Operations for the Period from
January 1 1953 to September 13 1953
R
e v e n u e
D i s b
ursements
Union
Canadian
Union
Canadian
No. of Steamships
Pacific
Steamships
Pacific
Days   Limited
Railway     Total
Limited
Railway    Total
Profit
Loss
Statements attached
Voyage 39—August 25 to Sept. 13 1953
Schedule III
20     914.90
35A12.92  36,027.82
20,887.64
4,561.13 25,448.77
10,579.05
Miscellaneous adjustments to Disbursements
for voyages prior to Voyage 39
Union Steamships Limited - Schedule IV
493.3^
^93.3k
147m51
147.51
3^5.83
Miscellaneous adjustments to Disbursements
for voyages prior to Voyage 39
Canadian Pacific Railvay - Schedule V
365.1*2   365.42
365.42
20    l,k0Q.2k
35,112.92  36,521.16
21,035.15
4,926.55 25,961.70
10,921*. 88
365.42
365.42
Profit for the period from August 25 to September 13 1953
Statements previously submitted
10,559.46
Voyages 26 to 38 with adjustments
217   41,854.02
214,408.67 256,262.69
197,7^0.64
35,015.56 232,756.20
23,506.49
237   43,262.26
2U9,521.59 292,783.85
218,775.79
39,942.11 258,717.90
34,065.95
Profit for the period from January 1 1953
to September 13 1953
$34,065.95
(Schedule I
)
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...
Dec. 2/53 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s» CASSIAR
Voyage 39
August 25 1953 to September 13 1953
Statement of Revenue and Disbursements
SCHEDULE III
20 Days
Revenue
Revenue per manifest
Freight
Handling
Skagway Freight—Northbound (Estimated)
Skagway Freight—Southbound (Estimated)
Disbursements
Wages
Crew overtime
Stevedoring—Vancouver
—Skagway
Wage assessments
Stevedoring assessments
Victualling
Insurance—P & I
—H & M, Etc.
Overhaul for 1954
Depreciation
Audit Fee
Laundry
Stores issued
Shop labour and repairs
Pallet Board Proportion
Pallet Board Interest on Investment
Lift truck hire
Watchmen
Foremen's time
Towmotors driver
Labour palletizing freight
Messenger
Fuel oil and tax
Cargo guard
Dock Freight checker
Longshore Pension Plan
Shipping Master
Marine Superintendent
Telephone
Miscellaneous
Telegraph
Radio and radar
Stationery
Customs
Berthage
Union     Canadian
Steamships   Pacific
Limited    Railway
75^.1^
160.76
16,149.36
18,963.56
Combined
Totals
754.14
160.76
16,149.36
18,963.56
9lk.90      35,112.92  36,027. 2
6,057.08 'V
6,057.0c
716.59 v
716.59
2,925.54
2,925.54
4,138.45
4,138.45
303.38 c
303.38
253.44
520.02
773.46
910.31'/
910.31
65.74 J
65.74
953.57
6.50
960.07
1,647.50 M
1,647.50
1,123.40
1,123.40
214.16
214.16
20.19 V
20.19
770.83
12.00
782.83
314.03
314.03
401.28
401.28
3.47
3.47
50.00
50.00
47.25 -
47.25
146.25 -'
146.25
35.79-
35.79
110.32 —'
110.32
20.75 •'
20. y
2,846.10
103.79
2,742.31
27.36 <*
27.36
40.58
40.58
134.81 '
134.81
31.25 V
31.25
32.95
32.95
65.93
65.93
29.47
47.05
17.58
63.25 V
63.25
52.89
52.89
26.36
25.00
51.36
37.08
37.08
408.74
10.00
418.74
Profit or Loss (l)
20,887.64  * 4,56l.l3  25,448.77
19,972.74 L 30,551.79  10,579.05
Profit carried to Schedule II
$10,579.05
* See Schedule V for details.
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Dec. 2/53 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN" PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. CASSIAR
SCHEDULE IV
Miscellaneous adjustments to Disbursements and
Revenue for voyages prior to Voyage 39
Voy.
No.
Revenue
0/S P.P.O—W.B.-27322-Nov. 20, 1952
Wharfage adjustment on rolls of paper consigned
to Empire Printing Co., Juneau
Wharfage rebates in respect of concentrates
from the north of 25^ per ton
Tonnage
104.99
842.49
537.11
525.07
Wharfage
@50^ Ton
52.50
421.25
268.56
262.5^
Rebate
@ 25^ T
26.25
210.63
13^.32
131.27
"Oisbursements
Canadian National Telegraph - June 1953
Canadian National Telegraph - July 1953
Miscellaneous
Barvic Engineering Ltd.
Barvic Engineering Ltd.
Barvic Engineering Ltd.
Wharfage adjustments - Schedule VI
Wharfage adjustments - Schedule VI
Wharfage adjustments - Schedule VI
Wharfage adjustments - Schedule VI
Additional Profit carried to Schedule II
Union Steamships Limited
Dr.        Cr.
9.13
1
2
3
4
502.47
943
502.47
9-13
493.34
j-
36 </
3.39
37 <
4.81
38-
15.75
36 ■■*■■'
50.93
37    " '■'.
50.93
38-
12.50
26
• 75
28
29
3.25
1.50
31
3.70
147.51
$345.83
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Dec.2/53 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
'    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. CASSIAR
Miscellaneous adjustments to Disbursements for
SCHEDULE V
Voyages prior to Voyage 39
Disbursements
Stevedoring assessments - Skagway
Customs - Skagway
Customs - Skagway
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Freight Claims
WP&Y - FW File W3301
Voy.
No.
37
36
37
3^
35
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Shingles short 18
W3274 - Shortage acid,damageHHGoods, 18
W3306 - Groceries short 21
W3115 - Groceries short 26
W3131 - Potatoes and cheese short 26
W3127 - Chocolate Bars short 26
W3217 - Whipping Cream short 28
W3244 - Personal effects damaged 28
W3284 - Perfex bleach short 28
W3186 - Groceries short 29
W3233 - Canned goods short 29
W3232 - Jam short 29
W3283 - Shortage peaches 29
W3153 - Damage to Rock Wood 31
W3273 - Shortage groceries 31
W3307 - Smallware short 31
21423 - Sale of salvage-a/cR.Simpson 31
W3073 - Sale of salvage-a/cAlberta Meat 31
W2849 - Damage to glassware 31
36
Additional Disbursements carried to Schedule II
Summary of Canadian Pacific Railway Company accounts
Voucher 9/p-Sept. 10, 1953 4,937.93
Previously submitted Voy.37 170.18
" 38 4,916.93
Misc. adj. prev. voyages   5,031.67
Balance part of Voyage 39 q. ,rl
Voucher 10/P-October 13 1953 9,918.36
Voyage 39 4,654.87
Misc. adjustments prev.
voyages (above)* 365.42  5,020.29
Balance Voy. 40 to be submitted       4,898.07
Canadian Pacific Railway
Dr. Cr.
478.04
288.13
219.13
1.05
I.05
12.75
23.05
7.4i
21.45
12.24
20.00
7.78
1.40
2.87
5.16
14.13
5.48
2.83
15.38
8.19
10.50
4.37
4.57
35.46
1,202.42
837.00
* $365.42
2.00
835.00
837.00
f3-7t
4,654.87
4,561.13 (Schedule III)
TM/md
Dec. 3/53 ScttehoLh   UJ
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Miscellaneous adjustments to Voyages as shown
in respect of wharfage paid to C.N.R. Prince Rupert
s.s."Cassiar"
Date
Wharfage pro- Amount charged by
tected by the CNR Prince Rupert     Balance
CPR and to be and paid by Union Chargeable to
W/Bffi Pro..# Voy*§ Wharfage billed to them Steamships Limited Joint Operation
1953
January 11
12
228
26
.25
12
228
• 33
February 9
73
365
28
.25
73
366
• 25
73
367
.79
73
368
.25
I'arch 9
125
446
29
.25
125
447
.36
125
448
.36
125
449
• 32
126
450
.25
126
451
.25
April 4
185
445
31
.48
185
446
.28
185
447
.25
194
448
.80
194
449
1.01
195
450
.25
Total charge to the Joint Operation
.58
1.54
1.79
3.07
1.33
4.79
3.29
6.77
6.98
16.18
.75
3.25
1.50
3.70
9.20
$ 9.20
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PRODUCERS -REFINERS - MARKETERS
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BRANCHES   IN
REFINERIES
CLARKSON.   ONTARIO
MONTREAL   EAST.   QUEBEC
MOOSE   JAW,   SASKATCHEWAN
CALGARY,   ALBERTA
EDMONTON,   ALBERTA
LICENSE  NO.
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Pacific Railway
May 26 1953
July k  1953
July 30 1953
Sept.22 1953
Oct. 29 1953
Balance
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Statement showing the Inter-Company balance for settlement between the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company and Union Steamships Limited resulting
from the Joint Operations of the s.s. Yukon Princess Voyages 33 to k2  to
August 11 1953 and the s.s. Cassiar Voyages 26 to 38 to August 2k  1953
S.S. CASSIAR-Voyages 26 to 38     	
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships  Combined
Railway    Limited    Totals
214,408.67 "
SCHEDULE 1
S.S.YUKON PRINCESS-Voyages 33 to 42
Canadian   Union
Pacific   Steamships Combined
Railway    Limited Totals
220,5^0.31 " 32,525.48 253,065.79
211,757.65      33,3^3.89 245,101.54
8,782.66    818.41 7,964.25
Combined Vessels
8,782.66 818.41
3,982.12 3,982.13
4,800.54   4,800.54
4,800.54
41,854.02 256,262.69
35,015-56 197,740.64 232,756.20
179,393.11 155,886.62  23,306.49
179,393.11 155,886.62 (Schedule II) 188,175-77  156,705.03
11,753.25  11,753.24 15,735.37  15,735.37
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
434,948.98
246,773-21
188,175-77
Union
Steamships
Limited
74,379.50
231,084.53
156,705.03
6,704.56
4,130.07
3,681.30
2,212.24
11,064.29
167,639.86 167,639.86
167,639.86
22,171.02
52,927.37
22,850.72
19,788.75
9,318.88
863.34
16,728.17  16,728.17
40,583.12
167,639.86 167,639.86
172,440.40  172,440.40
172,440.40
11,106.73
59,631.93
26,980.79
23,470.05
11,531.12
39,719.78	
172,44o.4o  l72,44o.4o
Combined
Totals
509,328.48
477,857.74
31,1+70.74
Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
$39,719.78
H.R.B./md
November l6 1953 ^
Statements attached
Voyage 37--July 14- 1953 to August k  1953
Schedule III
Voyage 38--August 5 1953 to August 2k  1953
Schedule IV
Miscellaneous adjustments to Disbursements
for voyages prior to Voyage 37
Union Steamships Limited-Schedule V
Miscellaneous adjustments to Revenue and
disbursements for voyages prior to Voyage 37
Canadian Pacific Railway--Schedule VI
UNIOM STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. CASSIAR
Progressive Summary of Operations for the Period from
January 1 1953 to August 2k  1953
Revenue
Disbursements
Union
No.of Steamships
Days  Limited
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Total
Union
Steamships
Limited
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Total
22  3,955-70  19,853.89  23,809-59  20,569.38  3,307*37  23,876.75
20   682.66  32,650.kk       33,333-10  21,318.16  4,916.93  26,235.09
35*78
454,18
454.18
55-1*
35-78
^kk
k2      k,638.36   52,050.15   56,688.51   Hi,923.32   8,168.86  50,092.18
Profit for the period from July Ik  1953 "to August 2k  1953
175 37,215-66
Statements previously submitted
Voyages 26 to 36 with adjustments
SCHEDULE II
Profit
7,098.01
7,098.01
501-68
6,596.33
217 41,854.02
162,358-52  199,574.18  155,817.32  26,846.70 182,664.02
214,408.67  256,262.69  197,740.64  35,015-56 232,756.20
Profit for the period from January 1 1953 to August 2k  1953
H.R.B./md
November l6 1953
16,910-16
23,506A9
$23,506-49
(Schedule    I)
Loss
67.16
35.78
398.74
501,68 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
Revenue
Revenue per Manifest
Freight
Handling
695 bdls.Newsprint
Manifested to Watsonls.-should be
Pr.Rupert-Handling to be charged
Pr. Rupert handling charges not billed
previously-Pros.28880,28881,28882,28885,
28894,28893
Freight on Fuel oil delivered to McKenzie
Barge and Derrick
Skagway Freight—Northbound (Est.)
--Southbound (Est.)
Disbursements
Wages
Crew overtime
Stevedoring—Vancouver
--Prince Rupert
—Powell River
—Skagway
Wage Assessments
Stevedoring Assessments
Meals
Insurance - P & I
- H & M, Etc.
Overhaul for 1954
Depreciation
Audit Fee
Laundry
Stores Issued
Shop Labour and repairs
Pallet Board Proportion
Pallet Board Interest on Investment
Lift Truck Hire
Watchmen
Foremen's time
Towmotors Driver
Labour palletizing freight
Messenger
Fuel Oil and Tax
Pallet Board purchases—replacement
Cargo Guard
Shipping Master
Telegraph
Miscellaneous
Telephone
Marine Superintendent Supervision
Berthage
Radio and Radar
Steaming Tanks
Stationery
Customs
Skagway Agency
Ketchikan Agency fee
Profit or Loss (L)
Loss carried to Schedule II
H.R.B./md-Nov.l3,1953
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SCHEDULE III
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. Cassiar
Voyage 3?
July 14 1953 to August 4 1953
Statement of Revenue and Disbursements
22 Days
Union
Canadian
Steamships
Limited
Pacific    Combined
Railway     Totals
3,439-33
208.19
3,439.33
208.19
187.30
23.55
97.33
187.3c
23.55
97.33
5,474.53
5,474.53
14,379.36
14,379-36
3,955.70
19,853.89
23,809.59
6,650.51^
6,650.51
607.26 V
607.26
1,555.98'
1,555.98
170.69 •
170.69
12.9K*
12.91
2,548.38
2,548.36
323.24,?
323.24
266.03 -■
299.63
565.66
829.25 v
829.25
72.26
72.26
1,048.16
7.54
1,055.70
1,772.50 *
1,772.50
1,234.81
1,234.81
230.43
230.k3
38.30
38.30
677.OO •
12.00
689.00
387.68
387.68
431.73
431.73
6.48
6.48
50.OO-*
50.00
30.00-r
30.00
162.00-"
162.00
27.88"'
27.88
168.67-
168.67
16.00-
16.00
2,550.15 v
2,550.15
321.88
321.88
11.52 <
11.52
10.90
10.90
23.35
23.35
12.58
*  36.30
48.88
70.90
70.90
35.45
35.45
17.12
76.34
93-46
56.90
56.90
650.00 y
650.00
28.36 3
28.00
56.36
10.50 V"
10.50
289.18
289.13
10.00
10.00
20,569.38
3,307.37
23,876.75
16,613.68 L
16,546.52
67.16 L
$ 67.I6 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s. s. CASSIAR
Voyage 38
August 5 1953 to August 24 1953
Statement of Revenue and Disbursements
SCHEDULE IV
20 Days
Union
Canadian
Steamships
Pacific
Combined
Limited
Railway
Totals
Revenue
Revenue per Manifest
Revenue
638.OO
638.OO
Handling
44.66
44.66
Skagway freight—Northbound (Estimated)
18,134.28
18,134.28
—Southbound (Estimated)
14,516.16
14,516.16
682.66
32,650.44
33,333-10
Disbursements
Wages
5,744.72/
5,744.72
Crew overtime
613.82 V
613.82
Stevedoring—Vancouver
3,209.30 "
3,209.30
—Skagway
^,563.29
4,563.29
Wage Assessments
274.83 ^
274.83
Stevedoring Assessments
550.25 3
94.34
644.59
Meals
1,403.82 /
1,403.82
Insurance—P & I
65.74 3
65.74
—H 8c M, Etc.
953.53 7
7.19
960.72
Fuel Oil and Tax
2,835.42 V
2,722.63
Overhauls for 1954
1,612.50 K
1,612.50
Depreciation
1,123.34 7j
1,123.34
Audit Fee
209.63 ■?
209.63
Laundry
40.98 v
40.98
Stores Issued
1,300.16 v
12.00
1,312.16
Shop Labour and repairs
189.21 y
189.21
Pallet Board proportion
392.76 M
392.76
Pallet Board Interest on Investment
4.56 */?
4.56
Lift Truck Hire
110.00 <
110.00
Towmotor driver
8.20 ■<
8.20
Foremen's time
148.50 <\
148.50
Labour palletizing freight
81.06 -^
81.06
Watchmen
36.OO <^
36.00
Checkers time
78.27 <*
78.27
Messenger
20.00 -r
20.00
Cargo Guard
32.4o »<
32.4o
Transfer at Campbell River
50.75 v
50.75
Shipping Master
6.00 V
6.00
Telegraph
13.50 y
13.50
Telephone
64.50 3
64.50
Marine Superintendent Supervision
32.25
32.25
Miscellaneous
24.60 0
21
Radio and Radar
51.76 v
51.76
Stationery
25.80
27.00 .
52.80
Berthage
10.00
10.00
Skagway Agency expense
352.23
352.23
Ketchikan Agency
10.00
10.00
Customs
10.00 V
10.00
21,318.16
4,916.93     26,235.09
Profit or Loss (l)
20,635.50 L   27,733.51   7,098.01
Profit carried to Schedule II
$7,098.01
H.R..B./md
November 14 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s, CASSIAR
Miscellaneous adjustments to disbursements for
. Voyages prior to Voyage 37	
SCHEDULE V
Union Steamships Limited
Voyage #       Dr.      Cr.
Disbursements
Claims - W-3213 L.Mason
alleged damage to washing machine
-W-3210 Alaska Pine & Cellulose
alleged damage to Draeam
Berthage
Additional Loss carried to Schedule II
35 0
16.48 .
35
17.16
36 /
2.14
$35.78
H.R.B./md
November 14 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
SCHEDULE VI
s.s. CASSIAR
Miscellaneous adjustments to Revenue and Disbursements
 For Voyages prior to Voyage 37	
Revenue
Voyage #
Mr. G.C. Brook's letter dated September 18
1953 file A924063-B.Adjustment in outturn
weights on ore concentrates
Billed as
Should be
Revenue adjustment
sbursements
Fuel Oil credit
Freight
9,016.80
8,635.96
380.84
Handling
1,735.73
1,662.39
73.34
36
Freight claims-W-3275-T.R.Craig
Table & chair damaged
-W-3298-B.C.99904
-W-3278-B.C776
Disbursement adjustment
Additional Loss carried to Schedule II
36
Canadian Pacific Railway
Dr.       Cr.
454.18
454.18
71.93
21
29
29
9.24
2.32
4.93
16.49
71.93
16.49
55.44
$398.74
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TELEGRAPHS
Ittc/dd Ifiidmi Commwfdc<3cwY\A
W.D.NEIL, General Man ager,Montreal
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VRA74   29/16   COLLECT
FD VANCOUVER BC  4   1022A 1953 NOV   4    AM   10   3fJ
F  DAVIES
CARE  E   MARSH BC   COAST   STEAMSHIPS   CPR VICTORIA BC
CLAIM W2849   CPR   FILE  BC89786-C  VOYAGE   TEN   CASSIAR  APRIL  NINETEENTH
1952  REFERS   DAMAGED  GLASSWARE   CASSIDY3
CLAIMS   DEPARTMENT
FRANK  WATERHOUSE H.O.167 B   (3-53)
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PRODUCERS - REFINERS -MARKETERS
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MITED
REFINERIES
CLARKSON,   ONTARIO
MONTREAL   EAST.   QUEBEC
MOOSE   JAW,   SASKATCHEWAN
CALGARY,   ALBERTA
EDMONTON,   ALBERTA
LICENSE  NO.
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SOLD   TO
Canadian Paeifl* Railway Co.,
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C.P.R. Depot,
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CAR  NO.
BRANCHES   IN
NEWFOUNDLAND
MARITIME   PROVINCES
QUEBEC.   ONTARIO
MANITOBA
SASKATCHEWAN
ALBERTA
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
no.  emxT wmi
ExVttaoiNnmc fteiXiBaCS
LOADING   REPORT
SHIPPED  TO
DATE  SHIPPED
TERMS
S. T.   LICENSE   NO.
ORDER   NO.
Sa^t. 17/53
PACKAGES
PRODUCT
QUANTITY
To credit above Co. with diffmrmnem
between contract * poatad prices for
delivery of P.&. 400 to i.t. Carrljar
©a Sapt. 15/53*
©1.  I 2.3^5       &/& 2.1783
j*>^k,U667 •       $1#&.Q3
Involae 13503 ifipt* 15/53*
&&
ti
3
PACKAGES TO CHARGE
-
vAmomm
A3
\P
jIT    $ W-08
rt CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM
140-P
Vancouver,B.C., Sept. 24th,1953.
Capt. 0. J. Williams,
Victoria,B.C.
Referring to your file 14089 in connection with
fuel oil for the S.S. "CASSIAR".
We are now attaching hereto credit notes from
the British American Oil Company limited as listed below: -
No. 96017,dated Sept.17/53,amount $146.03, covering
difference between contract and posted prices
on fuel charged on September 15th,1953.
No. 96018,dated Sept.17/53,amount #112.79. covering
difference between contract and posted prices
on fuel charged on August 5th, 1953.
No. 96019>dated Sept.17/53,amount #103.79, covering
difference between contract and posted prices
on fuel charged on August 25th,1953.
No. 96020,dated Sept.17/53,amount #71.93, covering
difference between contract and posted prices
on fuel charged on July 13th,1953.
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Purchasing Agent, CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM
B.C* 98113
Vancouver, B. C*,
October U^Js^
Capt. 0. J. Williams,
Manager, B. C. Coast Service,
VICTORIA, B. C*
Dear Sir:    Alberta Meat Co<, - 11.465J
| B.C. Coast Steamship Service |
FILE
oar ie 195:;
OFFICE Of MANAGER
VICTORIA, B. C*
Your file T53-*115 regarding "Cassiar11 credit
#835*00 covering sale of salvage, voyage No. 31*
Claim placed by Alberta Meat Co*, for #1,465*95
on shipments covered ty Vancouver Wharf to Juneau
waybill 21736 of April 2, 1953, consigned Case Lot
Grocery, Vancouver Wharf to Juneau waybill 21737 of
April 2, 1953, Berts Food Center, Vancouver Wharf to
Juneau waybill 21738 of April 2, 1953, consigned
Thibodeau Cash & Carry* Mr* T* Mcllrath, Claims Agent,
Frank Waterhouse & Co. of Canada Ltd*, Vancouver, B* C*,
file number covering this claim is W-3073*
I trust this information meets with your
requirements*.
Yours truly,
HSJ/JW
/}
J?fa^£^-''iy^^
/^freight Claim Agent TSS * 115
fietoria* B* C*f October 8thf 1953»
J. C. Hanson, lsq*#
Fraigfat Claim Agrafe,
faseouTOr, B. C#
Bear Siri*
Referring to your letter of tha Tfch Instant,
file B.C. 98123 concerning Cassiar11 credit |835aO0 cohering
sale of salmge, foyage io. 33U
In order that we may correctly credit F. Waterhouse
and Company, will you kindly advise tha name of each claimant
the eoMiodlty damaged, and the F. faterhotise fila misber, for
each claim making up the §835•©© credit*
Tours truly,
Manager* CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM
B.C. 98113
:/ h m
Vancouver, B. Co,
October 7, 195$*     my. if k fl t£ft
Capt. 0* J. Williams,
Manager, B. C. Coast Service,
VICTORIA, B. C*
Dear Sir:
With reference to your letter of September 23rd,
1953, in regard to credit of $835aOO covering sale
of salvage, S.S. "Cassiar*, voyage 31.
I wish to advise the amount of salvage $835#00
covered by Agent, Juneau, Alaska, special debit
week ending May 30, 1953, was cleared on my G.A. 83
of June, 1953, crediting Manager, B. C. Coast Service,
S.S. "Cassiartf $835*00 and debiting Sales of Freight
Account with $835#00#
I trust this information meets with your
approval.
Yours truly,
HSJ/JW
"Frei^it Claim Ag CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
'The filing time shown in the date line ia STANDARD TIME at place of origin.   Time of receipt is STANDARD TIME at place of destination."
VRA277  RS
VANCOUVER BC  6
CAPT  0 J  WILLIAMS
VICTORIA BC
B. C. Coast Steamship Service
FILE
OCT   6   1853
OFFICE 0»: M««rtGER
victoria, a. a
^^^i^^^^ft^fe^^feg^^lj^^
1953 OCT 6   PM  4   GO
M-12  CASSIAR  CREDIT  $835.00.   MY  FILE  AT PRESENT  OUT OF OFFICE
EXPECT SAME BACK SHORTLY & ON  RECEIPT WILL ADVISE YOU PARTICULARS
ASKED  FOR B-17
J   C  MANSON 7
J*C.   NUaMft#«#«#0«t#1              wm$  B.C*
Victoria, 3aC, October |
Pept. Mo. XJL,
1953a
Please reply my letter September 23 re Cassiar credit f335*00.    IS-12.
O.JT. Williams. Victoria, B. C, September 23rd. 1953a
Ja C. lanscm. Esq.*
Frei^it Claim Agent*
Vancouver, •• 0.
Itear Sirs-
' W# are in receipt of credit of #635*00
the ta&itor of Disbursements * Montreal* cmtBring sale o?
salvage s.s. ^Caasd9rn. claim lb& '113*
Kifidly forward oo:
abcre credit in. order that we ngr paeo | F. Watea
and Company under the correct wyage umbers etc.
Iours truly*
lingifi CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
Wc/MtyJUfa CcrmmAwJicctlcrnA
W.D.N El L, General Manager,Montreal
"The tiling time shown in tha date line is STANDARD TIME at place of origin.  Time of receipt is STANDARD TIME
VRA354 RS
MONTREAL QUE   14
CAPTAIN  0  J WILLIAMS
VICTORIA BC t      VICTOR,
M-100  ALL PAPERS  RETAINED BY  F.C.A.  VANCOUVER,   COVERED BY
CLAIM B.C.   98113.   H-22
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D#l. afaodonald«#*•#•».#**•.Montreal*
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U*«J • '• 13 t CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
V^o/ddi Wich CcmwAJWucdtixmA
OFFICE OF MANAGER       j
VICTORIA, B. C.
"The hling time shown in the date line ia STANDARD TIME at place of origin.   Time of receipt ia S'
VRA368  RS
PR  MONTREAL QUE  10
CAPTAIN  0  J WILLIAMS
VICTORIA BC /
M-99  S/S   CASSIAR   $2.89  F WATERHOUSE  FILE  W-3142 VOYAGE  26
I A
JANUARY 8   1953/S/S   CASSIAR  $3.00  BC 95309  FEBRUARY 2  1953
CREDIT  OF  $3.00   FOR THIS   CLAIM ALLOWED YOU  IN  JANUARY AUDIT NOTE
40000   1/53  YUKON PRINCESS   $3.53  W.P.   AND Y.   ROUTE  FILE
YT-2994  CREDIT  OF  $1.00  ALLOWED YOU  IN  MAY AUDIT  N0T£7400005/53
y
AMOUNTS  OF  $9.13  AND  $55.00  CANCELLED  IN  AUGUST AUDIT NOTE  H-16
D E  MACDONALD I„J h ,1 ft ft A, 8
Victoria, B.G., Sept. 8tfo» 1953.
Dept   So. 11,
nam 1700 1.
S.I. itfiGBCl&IIJ, ..IfaHfereal, Qua.
Tour file 10.58351 of 30th July.    Would appreciate wired advice respecting
details of Yukon Princess and Cassiar Ireigjht Claim debits and credits
appearing July Audit Motes.   M-99.
0*3. mzuzm •
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3
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Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
COPY
Frank Waterhouse and Company of Canada Ltd.,
Foot of Carrall Street,
Vancouver, B.C«
MONTREAL
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
Bill No.    9/F-10 SEPTEMBER 1953
Voucher No.	
1953
B.C.C.S.S. Expenditure incurred in the operation of s.s.
"Cassiar* as under:-
Voyage No. 21:-
Freight Claim - T.R. Craig - table and chair damaged.
F. Waterhouse and Co. file ¥-3275 - September 2/53.
Voyage No. 29:-
Freight Claims:-
B.C. 99904. - F. Waterhouse file W-3298 - Sept. 25/53.
B.C.  776      - F. Waterhouse file W-3278 - Sept. 22/53.
Voyage Mo.   36:-
Fuel Credit B.A. Oil Credit Note 96020
Fuel supplied July 13/53.
Forward
2.32
333m\
%     9.24
.1   55.44.
7.25
JZLS2
Please remit to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, c/o Assistant Treasurer, Montreal 3.
If further information is required, address General Auditor  Montreal 3. Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIL¥/AY COMPANY
MONTREAL,
COPT
Frank Waterhouse and Company of Canada Ltd.,
Foot of Carrail Street,
Vancouver, B.C.
- Page 2 -
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
Bill NQ.9/P-1P SEPTEMBER 1953
Voucher No.	
1923
Brought Forward	
Voyage No. 37:-
Proportion of Alaska Communications System -
Telephone charges month of July, 1953.
Undercharge July statement account new agreed
operation charges at Skagway - $142.25
"Cassiar" proportion 43$.
Stationery as agreed 4/31 of |40.00
Collect Freight Charges - August 1-4 - 4 days
@ $0.3425
Berthing charges Vancouver Wharf - Aug. 4/53.
Berthing charges Vancouver Iharf - Aug. 6/53.
Exchange 1$ on 198.45
% 37.28 US
61.17 US
5.00
1.37
64.20
2*11.
#    171,
Carried Forward
16
#     55.44
170
.1   114,74-
18
Please remit to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, c/o Assistant Treasurer, Montreal 3.
If further information is required, address Genera! Auditor  Montreal 3. Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL.
COPY
Frank Waterhouse and Company of Canada Ltd.,
Foot of Carrall Street,
Vancouver, B. C.
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
Bill No. Q/P-1Q SEPTEMBER 1953
Voucher No.	
1222
Brought Forward........
Yoyage Not 38:-
Docking charges at Skagway - August 11/53.     $ 10.00 U.U.
Water charges at Skagway - August 11/53.        12.00 U.$. f
Agreed charge of operation Skagway Office -
new agreement effective July 1st, 1953.
$672.50 - "Cassiar" proportion 33$.        #221.93 U.$.
Undercharge on new operation charges Skagway
Office month July 1953 - "Cassiar" proportion 130.30 U.S.
Ketchikan Agency Fees. 10.00 U.$c
U.S. Customs form 1008 #129996. I 2.00 U.fl.
Collect freight charges August 5-24 - 21 days at f0.3425
Carried Forward...
22
362
$ 393
.00
.23
2L0O
lmM
.42
$ 114J74
# 114«74-
Please remit to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, c/o Assistant Treasurer, Montreal 3.
If further information is required, address General Auditor  Montreal 3. Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
COPY
Frank Waterhouse and Company of Canada Ltd.,
Foot of Carrall Street,
Vancouver, B. C.
- Page 4 -
MONTREAL,
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
Bin No.  9/P-10 SEPTEMBER 1953
Voucher No.     	
Voyage No. 38:- (Continued)
Brought Forward,
,563.29 U,
22.82 U.
15.88 U,
2.19 U.
53.12 U.
Longshore:-   Fhite Pass & Yukon Route
August 11th - 17th, 1953.
U.S.U.I. i% of $4,563.29
Public Liability    .348$ of 14,563.29
Medical Aid 4.04$ of $54.27
Medical Aid 11.78$ of $4,509.02
Add 15$ effective June 24th, 1953 tc Medical Aid
rate of 4.04$. 	
Alaska Telephone charges month of August, 1953 -
16.44 "Cassiar" proportion 33$. 	
(White Pass & Yukon Route)
Stationery as agreed - 21/31 of #40.00
Fuel Credit B.A.  Oil Credit Note 96018 - Fuel
supplied August 5th, 1953.
Exchange 1$ on 15,045.99
Carried Forward....
72*22 V3
$    393.
4,657.
2
27.
112
*4,967.
42
63
13
00
22
39
3,
$
114
t74
4.916
$5,031
32
67
Please remit to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, c/o Assistant Treasurer, Montreal 3.
If further information is required, address General Auditor  Montreal 3. Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
COPY
Frank Waterhouse and Company of Canada Ltd.,
Foot of Carrall Street,
Vancouver, B. C.
MONTREAL
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
Bill No._9^EMiQ_SErTEMBER 1953
Voucher No.  	
1953
Voyage Mo, 398-
Stationery as agreed
Brought Forward	
6/31 of $40.00
Fuel Credit B.A. Oil Company - Credit Note 96019.
Fuel supplied August 25th, 1953.
Collect Freight Charges - August 25-31 - 6 days
at $0.3425
This bill Issued for "Record Purposes" Only.
0«l
103.
—2.
00
79
05
15,031,67
33
#4,937
23
93
Please remit to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, c/o Assistant Treasurer, Montreal 3.
If further information is required, address General Auditor Montreal 3. £ if iii 11,41
Vic
Dei:
li,
3.y,'A3    U
D#B#'ttaedonaldmimm«him«.mJtoatreal* ^m*
B~49*   Please disregard 237 v?ire 1KLQ.    Infowri
3m
Ly«   &*il#
P## a   rr>* x J~i-jLSBB8# Revenue
Expenses
Profit or
Losi*rom operations
Amount   owing1" receivable
Distribution of Profit
Inter-Company balance as above
Cheques issued by the Canadian
Pacific Railway
May 26 1953
July it- 1953
July 30 1953
Sept.22 1953
Balance
UHIOH STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH C0LUM3IA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CAHADIAH PACIFIC RAILWAY
Statement showing the Inter-Company balance for settlement between the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company and Union Steamships Limited resulting
from the Joint Operations of the s.s. Yukon Princess Voyages 33 to 1*1
to July 21 19^3 and the s.s. Cassiar Voyages 26 to 36 to July 13 1953
SCHEDULE I
S.S.YUKON PRPTCESS-Voyages 33 to kl
Canadian   Union
Pacific   Steamships  Combined
Railway    Limited    Totals
204,038.13 28,396.34  232,434.47
193,910.63 29,596.59  223,507-22
10,127.50   1,200.2?  8,927.25
10,127.501,200.25
4,463.62  4,463.63
5,663.885,663.88
5,663.88
6,704.56
4,130.07
3,681.30
2,212.24
11,064.29
16,728.17 16,728.17
S.S. CASSIAR—Voyages 26 to 36
Canadian    Union
Pacific    Steamships  Combined
Railway     Limited    Totals
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
162,358.52  37,215.66  199,574.18 366,396.65   65,612.00   432,008.65
26,846.70 155,817.32  182,664.02 220,757-33  185,413.91  406,171.24
135,511.82  ufl.fta.g 16,910.16 145,639.32    no.8Qi.Qi 25,837.41
135,5H.3ai8,601.66 (Schedule II)  145,639.32119,801.91
8,455.08  8,455.08 12,918.70  12,918.71
127,056.1#2T,056.74 132.720.62132>720-62
127,056.74
22,171.02
52,927.37
22,850.72
19,788.75
9,318.88
127,056.74 127,056.74
132,720.62
11,106.73
59,631.93
26,980.79
23,470.05
11,531.12
132,720.62  132,720.62
Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
$11,531.12
H.R.B./ma
September 29 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. CASSIAR
Progressive Summary of Operations for the Period from
 January 1 to July  13 1953   ____
SCHEDULE II
R e v e n uee
Statements attached-
Voyage 36—June 23 1953 to July 13 1953
Schedule III
Miscellaneous adjustments to Revenue and
Disbursements for voyages prior to
Voyage 36--Union Steamships Limited
Schedule IV
Miscellaneous adjustments to Disbursements
for voyages prior to Voyage 36--Canadian
Pacific Railway--Schedule V
Disbursements
Union
No.of Steamships
Days  Limited
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Total
Union
Steamships
Limited
Canadian
Pacific
Railway    Total
21  3^13.^5   20,053.66   23^67.11   20,687.22   3,853.^1 2^,5^0.63
162.85
162.85
261-10 261.10
191.89    191.89
21  3,576.30  20,053.66  23,629.96  20,9^8.32  M^5.30 2^,993-62
Loss for the period from June 23 1953 to July 13 1953
Statements previously submitted
Voyages 26 to 35 with adjustments
Profit
15^ 33,639.36  1^2,30^.86  175,9*^.22  13M69.00  22.8oiaUo 157,670.^0  18,273.82
Profit for the period from January 1 1953 to July 13 1953 with adjustments
H.R.B./md
September 29 1953
Loss
1,073.52
98.25
191.89
1,363.66
$1,363.66
175 37,215.66  162,358.52  199,57^.18  155,817.32  26,81*6.70 182,664.02  18,273.82   1,363.66
=======^^ 1,363.66  	
$16,910.16
(Schedule I) UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. Cassiar
Voyage 36
June 23.1953 to July 13 1953
Statement of "Revenue and Disbur seme nts
SCHEDULE III
Page 1 of 2 pages
21 Days
Revenue
Revenue per Manifest
Freight
Handling
Vancouver to Skagway - Freight
- Dock Handling
Skagway to Vancouver - Freight
- Dock Handling
"Disbursements
Union
Steamships
Limited
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Combined
Totals
3,382.55
30.90
3,382.55
30.90
8,085.0^
62^.61
9,512.80
1,831.21
20,053-66
3,413.45
20,053.66    23,467.11
Wages
6,637.84*
6,637.84
Crew overtime
790.83*
790.83
Stevedoring - Vancouver
1,899.68'f
1,899.68
- Prince Rupert
43.44-f
43.44
- Skagway
3,257.08
3,257.08
Stevedoring - Assessments
283.950
398.63
682.58
Wage assessments
317.91 0
317.91
Meals
1,033.42 V
1,033-42
Insurance - P & I
69.15 0
69.15
- Hull & Machinery etc.
1,Tho.06 7
10.64
1,050.70
Overhaul for 1954
1,717.50 "3.
1,717.50
Depreciation
1,181.49 7
1,181.49
Audit Fee
223.28 0
223.28
Laundry
75.25 V
75-25
Stores Issued
636.35'
12.00
648.35
Shop Labour and repairs
446.07y
446.07
Pallet Board Proportion
418.33
i
4.18.33
7.19
Pallet Board Interest
7.19 y
Checkers time
34.24*r
34.24
Messenger
16.00-•
16.00
Cargo Guard
42.48
42.48
Fuel Oil and tax
2,675.70
51.09
2,624.6a
Carried forward
19,590.16
3,627.26      23,217.42 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. Cassiar
"Voyage 36
June 23 1953 to July 13 1953
Statement of Revenue and Disbursements
Union
Steamships
Limited
Brought forward
Telegraph
Telephone
Marine Superintesdent Supervision
Radio and radar
Cleaning tanks
Stationery
Berthage
Miscellaneous
Foremen's time
Lift Truck hire
Pallet Board purchases replacement
Claims - Woodwards W319O
Customs
Skagway Agency fee
Ketchikan Agency fee
Gasoline for Towmotors
Total Disbursements
Revenue as above
Profit or Loss (l)
Loss - Voyage 36 carried to Schedule II
19,590.16
16.53
68.70 v
34.35
71.58
225.00 vf
27.48 v
98.44 v
106.16 6
63.00-7
50.00<
321.87 M
1.20 o
12.75 "3
SCHEDULE III
Page 2 of 2 pages
21 Days
Canadian
Pacific    Combined
Railway     Totals
3,627.26
11.95
28.00
10.00
1.46
160.87
10.00
3.87
23,217.42
28.43
68.70
34.35
71.58
225.00
55.48
108.44
IO7.6?
63 • 0<)
50.00
321.87
1.20
12.75
l60.87
10.00
3.87
20,687.22
* 3,853.41
24,540.63
3,413.45
20,053.66
23,467.11
17,273.77 L
16,200.25
1,073.52
1,073.52
* See Schedule V for details
HRB/md
September 29 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
SCHEDULE IV
s.s. Cassiar
Voyage 36"*
Miscellaneous Adjustments to Revenue and
Disbursements for voyages prior to Voyage 36
Union Steamships Limited
Voyage #
Dr.
Cr.
Revenue
Quatsino navigation
250 bales wood pulp not manifested
Freight on empty chlorine cylynders
not manifested
Disbursements
34
35
150.00
2.85
162.85
Pumpman's overtime
35^
3.66
Checkers overtime
1.02
Radio calls
33   J
3.8o
Radio calls
3^  I
35-
4.00
Radio calls
8.90
London Insurance Brokers commission
on claim H & M 21
Accident
105.32
Claim - Alaska Pine W3199
34 - c
10.51
- Jack Woo W3192
35^°
5.73
Department of Transport Radio calls
33 ,
34 ^V
2.6o
Berthage
115.56
261.10
Additional Loss carried to Schedule II
$98.25
261.10
261.10
H.R.B./md
September 29 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
SCHEDULE V
s.s. Cassiar
Voyage 36
Miscellaneous Adjustments to Revenue and
Disbursements for voyages prior to Voyage 36
Canadian Pacific Railway
Disbursements
Stevedoring Skagway
Stevedoring assessments
Stevedoring assessments
Telegraph
Gasoline
5 for Towmotors
Tl
it     it
tt
tt     it
Claims
tt
tt
tt
tt
Miscellaneous - Stamps
Additional Loss carried to Schedule II
Voyage #
Dr.
Cr.
19
2.59
31
17.56
33
13.58
33
15.79
34
10.43
35
10.43
29
3.87
31
3.87
33
3.87
19
121.25
20
14.77
24
12.15
26
9.15
31
17.50
34
1.27
35
1.27
225.62
33.73
33.73
$191.89
Summary of Canadian Pacific Railway Company accounts
Voucher 7/P-7 July 1953
submitted previously Voyage 34 34.00
Voyage 35 9.00
Misc. Adjustments
with Voyage 35 395.86
Balance part of Voyage 36 -
Voucher 8/P-I3 August 1953
Voyage 36 3,284.60
Misc. Adjustments
with Voyage 36 as
above 191.89
Balance Voyage 37 to be submitted
1,007.67
438.86
$568.81
6,613.68
3,476.49
$3,137.19
568.81
3,284.60 3,853.41
(Schedule III)
H.R.B./md
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7..:r>    ::-     ^ ^    i UHION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CAKADIAM PACIFIC RAILWAY
Statement showing the Inter-Company balance for settlement between the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company and Union Steamships Limited resulting
from the Joint Operations of the s.s. Yukon Princess Voyages 33 to 40
to June 30 1953 and the s.s. Cassiar Voyages 26 to 35 to June 22 1953-
SCHEDULE 1
Revenue
Expenses
Profit or. &&
S.S. YUKOfl PRINCESS--Voyages 33 to 40 S.S. CASSIAR- Voyages 26 to 35
Canadian   Union Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships  Combined    Pacific    Steamships  Combined
Railway   Limited    Totals    Railway    Limited    Totals
185,890.25 27,091.26  212,981.51  142,304.86   33,639.36 175,944.22
Combined Vessels
from operations
174,486.91 27,017.32  201,504.23
Amount .. in   or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Inter-company balance as above
Cheques issued by the Canadian
Pacific Railway
May 26 1953
July 4 1953
July 30 1953
Sept. 22 1953
Balance
11,403.34
73.94   11,477.28
5,738.64  5,738.64
5,664.70
5,664.70
6,704.56
4,130.07
3,681.30
2,213.06
11,064.29
16,728.99 16,728.99
22,801.40  134,869.00 157,670.40
119,503.46 18,273.82
y        ■ ,r"^ - . 3
101,229.64
9,136.91 9,136.91
j,   h-. .       110,366.55
110,366.55
22,171.02
52,927.37
22,850.72
19,788.75
7,371.31
117,737.86  117,737.86
Amount owing to The Canadian Pacific Railway Company by Union Steamships Limited
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
328,195.11
60,730.62
388,925.73
197,288.31
161,886.32
359,174.63
130,906.80
29,751.10
14,875.55
101,155.70
14,875-55
116,031.25
116,031.25
11,106.73
59,631.93
26,980.79
23,470.05
5,158.25
121,189.50
121,189.50
$5,158.25
HRB/md
September 24 1953 UIMIOM STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S. S. CASSIAR
Progressive Summary of Operations for the Period from
 January 1 1953 to June 22 1953	
SCHEDULE II
Revenue
Disbursements
No. of
Days
Statements attached
Voyage 34—June 9 1953 to June 15 1953
,v r Schedule III
Voyage Jg^-June 16 1953 to June 22 1953
Schedule IV
Miscellaneous adjustments to Revenue and
disbursements for voyages prior to Voyage 34
Union Steamships Limited—Schedule V
Canadian Pacific Railway—Schedule VI
Statement of disbursements in respect of Annual
overhaul less provision for overhaul—
Schedule VII
14
Union
Steamships
Limited
6,610.05
8,540.37
,Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Total
6,610.05
8,540.37
15,119.82
14,211.16
Profit for the period from May 21 1953 to June 22 1953 with adjustments
Statements previously submitted
Voyages 26 to 33 with adjustments l4o    18,519-54  143,213.52 l6l,733*06
154    33,639.36  142,304.86 175,944.22
Profit for the Period from January 1 1953 co June 22 1953 with adjustments
Union
Steamships
Limited
7,839.19
7,509.63
232.75
1,724.72
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
395.86
Total
Profit
Loss
34.00   7,873.19 1,263.14
9.00   7,518.63   1,021.74
232.75
395.86
263.35
1,304.52
13,856.85
438.86   2,163.58  14,878.59 2,831.01
    2,831.01 	
$12,047.58
133,144.28  22,362.54 155,506.82   6,226.24
134,869.00  22,801.40 157,670.40  18,273.82
$18,273.82
(Schedule I)
28 September 1953
HRB/md 1
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UNION
STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA
COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY
SCHEDULE III
s.s
. Cassiar
7 days
Voyage
3^
June 9 1953
to June 15 1953
Statement of
Revenue
and Disbursements
Union
Canadian
Steamships
Pacific
Combined
Limited
Railway
Totals
Revenue
Revenue per manifest
Freight
6,070.92
6,070.92
Handling
545.73
545.73
Cargo rates on kk  containers of liquid
chlorine 1^$652 lbs. © .09
6.60
6.60
6,610.05
6,610.05
D i s b ur s erne nt s
Wages
2,523.37
2,523.37
Cargo overtime
403.50v
403.50
Stevedoring--Port Alice
255.04-
255-04
--Vancouver
698.75
698.75
Foremen's time
54.00-f
54.00
Towmotor driver
27.97<
27.97
Insurance—P & I
22.98 c
22.98
—Hull & Machinery etc.
333.34
333.34
--Stamp Tax on  H&M Ins.
.78 0
• 78
Fuel Oil and Tax
834.60 /
834.60
Overhaul provision for 195^
582.50 '
582.50
Depreciation
392.703
392.70
Audit Fee
75.72 0
75-72
Laundry
47.11
47.11
Meals
563.38 V
563.38
Stores Issued
294.69
294.69
Shop Labour and repairs
169.85
169.85
Shipping Master
12.00 V
12.00
Lift Truck hire
100.oc
100.00
Telephone
23.301
23.30
Marine Superintendent Supervision
11.65
II.65
Stevedoring Assessment
68.59 c
68.59
Wage Assessment
136.62 c
136.62
Pallet Board Proportion
141.88 m
141.88
Pallet Board Interest on Investment
2.75 y
2.75
Radio and Radar
33.05 y
33.05
Stationery
9.32 v
34.
00
43.32
Miscellaneous
19.75 0
19-75
7,839.19
* 34.
00
7,873.19
Loss Voyage 3^ carried to Schedule II
1,263.14
* See Summary of Canadian Pacific ]
Railway Company Voucher 7/P-7 July 1953
on Schedule VI.
H.R.B./md
September 29 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. Cassiar
Voyage 35
SCHEDULE IV
7 days
June
16 1953 to
June 22 1953
Statement
of Revenue
and Disbursements
Union
Canadian
Steamships
Pacific
Combined
Limited
Railway
Totals
Revenue
Revenue per manifest
Freight
7,860.00
7,860.00
Handling
645.54
645.54
Passenger Fares Vaneouve
r to
Port
Alice
34.83
8,540.37
34.83
8,540.37
Disbursements
.
Wages
2,295.83 ■
2,295.83
Cargo overtime
275.17
275.17
Stevedoring--Port Alice
214.08-"
214.08
--Vancouver
644.92-7
644.92
Foremen's time
76.50y
76.50
Towmotor driver
5.87
5.87
Meals
563.38 V
563.38
Insurance—P & I
22.98
22.98
--Hull & Machinery
etc.
333.34
333.34
—Stamp Tax on H &
M Ins.
.78 :
.78
Fuel Oil and Tax
946.40 V
946.40
Overhaul provision for 1954
582.50
582.50
Depreciation
392.71 7
392.71
Audit fee
75.73 e
75.73
Laundry
47.ll
47.11
Stores Issued
294.69
294.69
Shop Labour and repairs
169.85
169.85
Pallet Board proportion
141.88 •
141.88
Pallet Board Interest on Investment
2.75
2.75
Lift Truck hire
100.00-r
100.00
Telephone
23.30
23.30
Marine Sup't Supervision
11.65 \
11.65
Stevedoring Assessment
90.53 '
90.53
Wane assessment
117.36 r
117.36
Radio and Radar
33.05 \
33.05
Stationery
9-32
9.00
18.32
Berthage
37.95 V
37.95
7,509*63
* 9.00
7,518.63
Profit Voyage 35 carried to schedule II 1,021.7**
* See Summary of Canadian Pacific Railway Company Voucher 7/P-7 July 1953
on Schedule VI.
"•R.By/md
■eptember 29 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED SCHEDULE V
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. Cassiar
Statement of Miscellaneous Adjustments to Revenue
and Disbursements for voyages prior to Voyage 3^
Union Steamships Limited
Voyage #       Dr.        Cr.
Revenue
Extended as 6l2 lbs. @  18.80 605.88
should be 575*28    15 30.6o
H.R.B./md
September 29 1953
30.60
Disbursements
Laundry 33 21.07
Cargo Guard 33 7.20
Radio Telephone 33 20.25
Gasoline for Towmotors 33 lU.^O
Brokerage commission on
claim H & M 30 19 2.91
Berthage 33 166.92
232.75
Total additional Loss carried to Schedule II 263.35 o
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
SCHEDULE VI
s.s. Cassiar
Miscellaneous adjustments to Revenue and
Disbursements for voyages prior to Voyage 34
Revenue
Voyage
No.
Canadian Pacific Railway
Dr.        Cr.
D.J.Thomas letter file 3318O not previously
billed
Waybill 24109
Waybill 24108
31
31
G.C.Brooks letter August 20 1953 file H-924063
Adjustments on weights ore concentrates
Billed 3114000 lbs. Freight  12,456.00
Handling
Should be 2924950 lbs.
Freight
Handling
2,397.78
14,853.78
11,699.80
2,252.21
13,952.01
G.C.Brooks letter August 20 file H-924063
Adjustment on weights ore concentrates
Billed 124000 lbs
Freight
Handling
Should be II9088 lbs.
Freight
Handling
496.OO
95.48
591.^8
476.35
91.70
568.05
33
36
901.77
23.43
2.44
5.65
F.G.Davies letter dated .oigust 31 1953
Express Revenue for April
Disbursements
22
925.20
16.54
908.66
8.45
16.54
Claims
Additional Loss carried to Schedule II
22
42.60
28
32.57
19
53-00
29
5.54
33
262.15
* 395.86
$1,304.52
* Canadian Pacific Railway Company Voucher 7/P-7 July 1953
Voyage 34     34.00
Voyage 35      9.00
To be included in  Voyage 36
568.81
1,007.67
611.81
$ 395.86
H.R.B./md
September 29 1953 °
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
SCHEDULE VII
BRITISH COLUMBIA
COAST STEAMSHIP !
3ERVICE
CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s.
Cassiar
19 Days
Overhaul period
May 21 1953 to June 8
1953
Statement of Disbursements
Union Steamships Limitec;
Dr.
Cr.
Insurance—P & I
84.83
—Hull & Machinery etc.
884.47
--Stamp Tax
2.13
Provision for overhaul
1,555.00
Depreciation
1,067.17
Audit Fee
198.60
Pallet Board Proportion
378.75
Pallet Board Interest on Investment
8.41
Audit Fee assessments
2.76
Radio and Radar
75.23
Stationery
24.88
Berthage May 20-June 1
564.96
Repairs--Carpet & clean carpet
21.25
--Repair motor
55.55
--Miscellaneous repairs
35.79
--Boiler repairs
56.91
--Transfer
2.25
Marine Sup't Supervision
32.71
Telephone
65.41
Overhaul Costs
9,224,74
Provision for overhaul for the period
from
June 17 1952 to June 8 1953 to end
of
Voyage 33 plus overhaul period
28,198.65
Credit due Joint Operation for overprovision
carried to Schedule II
13,856.85
28,198.65  28,198.65
See Schedule VIII for distribution to voyages.
H.R.B./md
September 29 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
SCHEDULE VIII
s.s. Cassiar
Overhaul period
May 21 1953 to Jane 8 1953
Statement showing distribution to Voyages
of credit due the Joint Operations for
an overprovision for 1953 overhauls
Total credit due the Joint Operations per Schedule VII
Total daily rate of credit for the period June 17 1952 to
June 8 1953:
13,856.85
No. of days
Daily rate -
357 days
$38.6122
Voyage
13 No. c
)f Days 7
14
6
15
6
16
10
17
8
18
27
Accident
25
19
23
20
8
21
26
22
17
23
13
24
17
25
5
26
28
27
5
28
25
29
25
30
6
31
22
32
6
33
23
Overhaul
19
Credit due Joint Operations for overprovision  357
271.72
232.88
232.88
388.15
310.52
1,048.00
970.36
892.74
310.52
1,009.19
659.85
504.6o
659.85
194.07
1,087.20~
194.07
970.36
970.36
232.89
853.53
232.89
892.74
737.48
13,856.85
H.R.B./md
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Em  0* Raid* Esq,,
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MONTREAL, Quebec.
Bear Sirt
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riei laterhouse & Company, Credit lata 5/P*17
Reference your D U242? of th© Hth instant ♦
Credit referred to is accounted for on operating
for t*jmg* 33 dated 17th August, 1953, part of §2656*53.
lours truly,
Manager, UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Statement showing the Inter-Company balance for settlement between the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company and Union Steamships Limited resulting
from the Joint Operations of the s.s. Yukon Princess Voyages 33 to 38
to May 13 1953 and the s.s. Cassiar Voyages 26 to 33 to May 20 1953.
SCHEDULE 1
S.S.YUKON PRINCESS-Voygs.33 to 38
Canadian   Union
Pacific   Steamships  Combined
Railway   Limited    Totals
Revenue
Expenses
Profit or Loss
operations
135,314.62
130,322.37
17,808.60 153,123.22
19,719.62 150,041.99
from
4,992.25   1,911.02  3,081.23
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of profit
4,992.25
1,540.61
1,911.02
1,540.62
3,451.64  3,451.64
Inter-Company balance as above 3,451-64
Cheques issued by the Canadian
Pacific Railway
May 26 1953 11,064.29
July 4 1953 6,704.56
July 30 1953 4,130.07
Balance 3,681.30	
14,515-93  14,515.93
S.S. CASSIAR-Voyages 26 to 33
Combined Vessels
Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
HRB/md
August 14 1953
Canadian
Union
Canadian
Union
Pacific
Railway
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
Pacific
Railway
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
143,213.52
22,362.54
18,519.54
133,144.28
161,733.06
155,506.82
278,528.14
152,684.91
36,328.14
152,863.90
314,856.28
305,548.81
120,850.98
114,624.74
6,226.24
125,843.23
116,535.76
9,307.47
120,850.98
3,113.12
114,624.74
3,113.12
125,843-23
4,653.73
116,535.76
4,653.74
117,737.86
117,737.86
121,189.50
121,189.50
121,189.50
117,737.86
22,171.02
52,927.37
22,850.72
19,788.75
11,106.73
59,631.93
26,980.79
23,470.05
117,737.86
117,737.86
121,189.50
121,189.50
ailway Company
$23,470.05 o
UNION blMMSHIPS LIMXTLD
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. CASSIAR
Progressive Summary of Operations for the Period from
 January 1 to May 20 1953
Revenue
Disbursements
Statements attached
Voyage 33~April 28 1953 to May 20 1953
Schedule III
Miscellaneous adjustments to disbursements
for voyages prior to voyage 33
Union Steamships Limited—Secheule IV
Miscellaneous adjustments to revenue and
disbursements for voyages prior to Voyage 33
Canadian Pacific Railway—Schedule V
No. of
Days
23
Union
Steamships
Limited
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Total
1,011.97   21,l4l.07  22,153-04
Union
Steamships
Limited
20,454.29
1A93.09
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
2,656.58
913-72
913.72
456.13
Total
23,110.87
1,193.09
456.13
23
1,011.97   22,054.79  23,066.76  21,647.38   3,112.71  24,760.09
Loss for the period from April 28 to May 20 1953 with adjustments
Statements previously submitted
Voyages 26 to 32 with adjustments
SCHEDULE 11
Profit
^57-59
117
140
17,507-57  121,158.73 138,666.30 111,496.90  19,249.83 130/7^6.73 7,919-57
Loss
957.83
1,193.09
457*59  2,150-92
2__
1,693.33
18,519.5k  143,213-52 161,733.06 133,1^-28  22,362-54 155,506.82 7,919.57  1,693.33
====^^ 1,693.33
Profit for the period from January 1 to May 20 1953 with adjustments 6,226.24
(Schedule 1)
HRB/md
14 August 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. Cassiar
Voyage 33
April 28 195#bo May 20 1953
Statement of Revenue and Disbursements
SCHEDULE III
23 Days
Union
Canadian
Steamships
Pacific
Combined
Limited
Railway
Totals
Revenue
Revenue per Manifest
Freight
999^3
Dock Handling
12.3k
1,011.97
Vancouver to Skagway
5,805.9k
Dock Handling
389.85
Skagway to Vancouver
12,541.58
Dock Handling
2,403.70
21,141.07
1,011.97
21,141.07
22,153.04
Disbursements
Wages
7,010.24
Crew Overtime
'W>:ll
Wage Assessments
Stevedoring - Vancouver
1,977.64
- Skagway
2,303.63
Stevedoring Assessments
278.17
301.47
Meals
434.13
8.64
Insurance - H & M etc.
1,056.04
- P 8c  I
116.16
Fuel Oil & Tax
2,819.88
136.50 CR
Overhaul estimated for 1953
1,862.50
Depreciation
1,289.5^
Audit Fee
234.67
Laundry
14.87
Stores Issued
815.78
Shop Labour and Repairs
470.64
Pallet Board Proportion
453.64
Pallet Board Interest on Investment
11.03
Checkers
34.24
Messenger Service
23-00
Lift Truck hire
95-00
Cargo Guard  *
10.08
Lumber
91-19
Medical - B. Singleton
6.00
Pest Control
22.50
Telegrams
18.26
Telephone
71.29
Marine Superintendent Supervision
35-64
Radio and Radar
82.25
Stationery
29.80
30.00
Customs
19.35
56.12
Berthage
216.14
Shipping Master
20.70
Skagway Agency
132.66
Ketchikan Agency
16.33
Discount U. S. Funds
55.77 CR
20,454.29
2,656.58  23,110.81
19,442.32 L  18,484.49
957.83 L
Loss Voyage 33 carried to Schedule II
* Canadian Pacific Railway Company voucher 6/P19 June 1953 2,767.52
5/P17 May 1953    110.94 CR
2,656.58
$957.83
August 17 1953
HRB/md SCHEDULE IV
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CA3MDIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. CASSIAR
Statement of Miscellaneous Adjustments to
Disbursements for voyages Prior to Voyage 33
Union Steamships Limited
Voyage #       Dr.       Cr.
Disbursements
Proportion of wages charged to Claims
H & M 21 (accident of July 11 1953)
not allowed by the underwriters Accident     613.40
Wage assessments on the above Accident      51-^9
Expenses incurred in forwarding crew to
Victoria to vessel - expenses for
accommodation and travelling re
Marine Superintendent etc.
Amount claimed 604.84
Allowed, by Underwriters  351-78       Accident     253.06
P & I claims proportion to be charged to
profit and loss after settlement
Protest    P & I 8
Protest    P & I 16
Deductible P & I 23
Deductible P & I 38
Customs
Berthage
Cargo Guard
Wharfage on mail April 1953
Additional Loss carried to Schedule II
6
5.07
8
5.00
8
100.00
21
100.00
31
15.00
31
10.70
31
25.92
31
13.25
1,193.09
August 17 1953
HRB/'md SCHEDULE V
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIPS SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
■s.s CASSIAR
Statement of Miscellaneous Adjustments to Revenue
and Disbursements for voyages prior Voyage 33
Union Steamships Limited
Voyage #       Dr.       Cr.
Revenue
Mr. F. G. Davies letter dated June 1 1953
Waybills BC 3/1773 IO9.O3
BC 3/1775    .51
109.54
Issued in error by agent and cleared by
claims 306335 and 306353 9 109.54
Mr. A. W. Backler letter dated 19 June 1953
file 32707
Adjustments to Express Revenue
December 1952
24
199.87
January 1953
26
30.48
September 1952
19
5.10
February 1953
28
13.94
Mr. G. C. Brooks letter dated July 2 1953
file A-924063
Vancouver wharf c/n 505 August 1952
waybill 26644 April 18, 1952
Rate charged at $1.72   590.70
should be   at  .86   412.20 10 I78.5O
lie a  G. C. Brooks letter dated July 30 1953
file H-924063
April 20 - Inward 3,062,200 lbs.
outward 2,993,797 lbs.
326.54
68,4-03 lbs.
Freight @ 40/100
Handling 1.54/2000
273-89
52.65
31
Mr. F. G. Davies letter
dated July 28 1953
Express revenue
March 1952
November 1952
December 1952
March 1953
7
22
24
29
6.67
5.30
2.28
7.17
Carried forward 844.93     40.46
Page 1 of 3 pages SCHEDULE V (ContTd)
Page 2 of 3 pages
Statement of Miscellaneous Adjustments to Revenue
and Disbursements for voyages prior to Voyage 33 (Continued)
Brought forward
Mr. G. C. Brooks letter dated June 3 1953
file A-928764-1
Voyage #
Union Steamships Limited
Dr.        Cr.
844.93
40.46
Waybill No.
14359
No
billing
14360
tt
tt
59352
tt
tt
59353
tt
!t
59354
tt
tt
63597
tt
tt
1552
billing increase
1551
tt            tf
1550
tt            tt
1547
tt            tt
1483
tt            tt
58719
No,
, billing
11083
tt
tt
11109
tt
tt
2/4632
Billing increase
2/4637
tt      tt
18217
No
billing
18218
tt
tt
19136
tt
tt
4
4
19
19
19
21
21
21
21
21
21
22
22
24
28
28
29
29
29
35.66
241.46
162.76
55-70
1-93
325.52
43.OI
28.03
6,66
37.65
1.77
83A0
222.70
7.67
139.90
14.30
286.70
3.70
28.06
Mr. G. C. Brooks letter dated July 8 1953
file A-924063
W/B 25825 billed as  17.02
should be  11.55
W/B 26043 billed as  11.43
should be   8.51
5.47
2.92
853.32
1,767.04
853-32
jtal adjustment of Revenue
913.72
Page 2 of 3 pages y
SCHEDULE V (Cont'd)
Page 3 of 3 pages
Statement of Miscellaneous Adjustments
to Revenue
and Disbursements for voyages
prior to Voyage 33 (Continued)
Union Steamships Limited
Voyage #
Dr.       Cr.
Disbursements
Customs - Juneau
31
351.68
Discount U. S. Funds
31
75.20
Miscellaneous
31
• 42.27
Claims
31
59.35
-
7
6.72
_
12.28
-
28
l6.6l
-
22
1.43
-
21
.88
19
64.67
543.61    87.48
87.48
Total adjustment of disbursements
Summary
*456.13
Revenue adjustment
913.72
Disbursements adjustment
456.13
Total adjustment Canadian Pacific
Railway carried to Schedule II
$457.59 CR
^Canadian Pacific Railway vouchers 6/P13
64.67
6/P14
.88
6/P15
1.43
6/P16
16.61
6/P17
5.56 CR
6/P18
3,744.26
3,822.29
Less included in Voyage 31 expenses forwarded
attached to our letter dated July 7 1953
3,366.16
$456.13
17 August 1953
HRB/md 4/52
B. C. Coast Steamship Service 7
D.O. 4
FILE
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY      OCT      H    195
OFFICE  OF   THE   AUDITOR   DISBURSEMENTS.
OffiCt i;  .\i-«-!i£R
Montreal  3, fl ^feui^ B^gT 3 <
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File
1  T***' 17
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Please note Item No	
With reference to -!       '    > letter of
File.
U|    1    ,
 \	
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1. Please advise if you have any record of
above mentioned bill, and present status.
2. Please handle the attached bill promptly.
3. (a) Bill has been cancelled.
(b) Bill  under correspondence,  will advise
later.
(c) Voucher   is   with   our   Treasurer   for
payment.
4. Present status of outstanding bills indicated
on attached statement.
5. Please complete item 6 on the attached form
letter from the Inspector of Income Tax
and return, advising if reported on the form
T4 sent here.
6. Claim papers attached. Please return as soon
as possible.
7. The attached n  j    t.        } voucher has not
( duplicate j
been approved.
8. Please arrange to take the attached voucher
up in your accounts and return promptly.
9. Expense accounts have been checked and
are returned herewith.
10. (a) Form 140 not personnally signed.
(b) Error of $ in additions.
(c) Submit further details of other charges
on the following days	
(d) Please attach necessary,
to support voucher.
D. E. Macdonald,
Auditor of Disbursements. Form 1900A
i/'
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL
In referring to this bill, please quote
twbip
tAAm $
Bill No._J
37
Voucher No._
mi
99dB
y.
>
.
Please remit to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, c/o Assistant Treasurer, Montreal 3.
If further information is required, address General Auditor, Montreal 3.
^r\^ Form 1900A
<&•
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL,
In referring to this bill, please quote
ta i* «.
Bill No..
• Wmm **
Voucher No..
mm
*   -a   3     m     *
mm - * ■■•"■ Kw m ■■ m
lathi ei
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t\*»i   >:-.:iT.
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bill for
7...
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Please remit to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, c/o Assistant Treasurer, Montreal 3.
If further Information is required, address General Auditor, Montreal 3. fiJULX
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Montreal* J&ly 2Qtfaf 1953*
Captain O.J* William$
Manager, B.C. Coaat S.S* Servic©f
¥iotorlaf B.C*
Insurance as nadsn-
Pleaae note tliat I mm passing TOieter for Maria©
'
V
Pate                                f^yaqB
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Rate
yf^jyfflB
1953
May 30-
Juae 5          Voyage 461 Northboual
#10,031.36
15.04
Juae 10/16   Yoyage 461 Southbouad
7,760.00
3.83
JHWfcM. Priaeess*
10,175.36
Juae 12/3S Voyage 40 lorthboiiafi
5.09
3mm 25-
•Tuly 1        Voyage 40 Southbound
11,864.00
5.93
June 25-
July 2  Voyage % Hbrthboond
&f 872*36
3*44
146,753*08  *053&  #23*38
Ms amount has been charged to your account during
tha month of June 1953*
cc. D.E. Maedonaldf Bsq.f
(8@d.) F-# Palia*
Manager* Department of
Insurance and Fir© Protection* THE   BRITISH  AMERICAN OIL COMPANY limited
PRODUCERS -REFINERS- MARKETERS
REFINERIES
CLARKSON,   ONTARIO
MONTREAL   EAST,   QUEBEC
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LICENSE No.
SOLD   TO
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Canadian f*clfU W*&h*m$
BRANCHES   IN
NEWFOUNDLAND
MARITIME   PROVINCES
QUEBEC.   ONTARIO
MANITOBA
SASKATCHEWAN
ALBERTA
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
.  mm mm*
LOADiNGlft*fifi^iy@^ F^el
SHIPPED TO
DATE SHIPPED
hl29 Gm Wm Wm Sepat*
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CAR   NO.
PACKAGES
PRODUCT
S© credit Mom Caapoay «U& difference
oetweea eost**et Mi 90MM prices,
dollveiy of F.S.M30 Bonded to
S.8. *C«*»i«r" oa June P$,  1953 - *§0.9S »L.
should be
/<
^Ajf «/
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PACKAGES  TO  CHARGE
A Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL
Wf*Wk V*»$i^3ttNMi *■! 6^p**fr
f&ct cf Oanwll ; ittwt9
fmmmm&p •* ©*
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
Bill No.__ il -  3»
Voucher No.	
..».». txfxwittiB* iaeurrod la ta* *pr- , *f a.a.
itf-jB. '    A- jtik. M.: -imam. mam.   mi.
"©asoiiir* for foyagi #lft-
ffrftafct CfilH,i»*-  faff** Tatiiaf fast • * I Khorog*
*f t*wl fat flour, M*M*
E3EmmmMJmmMmmV'm        Ma    IM****1 &     fil©
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jiiji
I
Please remit to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, c/o Assistant Treasurer, Montreal 3.
If further information is required, address General Auditor  Montreal 3. Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL
¥v*mk VaXmthcmmm «ai Mmmgmmp of CamaAm Ltd.,
foei ot - atfoot,
Vamommr, M* C.
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
Bill No.       I^#»»i*i JIM If fflki
Voucher No. _ 	
Stm^miMmm iinrn*i ia its «r ^   r •*•*
l* fwr f^^p Sn« 2b •
l£t iwLV **
ft*?* * f * auto I
*M# itttt*
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If further information is required, address General Auditor  Montreal 3. Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL.
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
Wwaalm w«te***t* mm Gmmpaw of Mam&m US.*,     Bi„ No
Foot of CmraH atfoot,
r,  M*  Q* Voucher No._
4/MI a» iffi*
>    a
* fo* foyaso lo. 22§~
ji-   tsylor A ***** ■• IMP"
**• post*.
IStfi, 1*52.
Please remit to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, c/o Assistant Treasurer, Montreal 3.
If further information is required, address General Auditor  Montreal 3. .3
Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL,
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
-   7 37     .-/ . 7:-.
Bill No.
VfrM
1953*
Voucher No.
wUfcsro
a* toy «4« to.
«*•
Of  0.0i
18*-
tatUm*
taa&mm • at***.
fo*. 11/53.
of
• 2ft - to*. 4
i*,U
remit to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, c/o Assistant Treasurer, Montreal 3.
If further information is required, address General Auditor Montreal 3. rx
CREDIT NOTE
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Dr.
FORM 1900D
MONTREAL	
IN    REFERRING   TO   THIS   CREDIT    NOTE.    PLEASE   QUOTE
Frank Vaterhous* bM Gampmy of Canada IM#*Credit Note No ^f^lf ISM 1953im
Foot of GarraH Street*
Va»ooOT#r* B* G*
Voucher No..
Freight Claim appearing an bill 5/P-X5 as #42*90
Ineladed ^fukoa ft*ine#ss« claim - file W~3GHf
Voy* 33* Dec. ^52* - #11*87
Credit account o^erehargs error*
Claim bIiqwl as 142*90 should hmm been 142*49
freight claim Fila W-3041 ~ laroh 10/52*
SMft, %ULl^mspT$ wrpftp,^, ^;to*
#11 *f
if
*41
v.': 2.28
2L
# 5l§6
IF   FURTHER    INFORMATION    IS    REQUIRED.   ADDRESS    H.   C.    REID.    GENERAL   AUDITOR     MONTREAL. o
Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL.
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
Bill No.
h *
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Voucher No._
1*1**
3ft**
m&m ■■■•"
w *****    *#-%'**^^j|£m*l»V***JW*Jr   *V**s**»s • ■■4*»P** * ^J***   *^*j.   ^*F3*' fmmMkmMiga mJmfcMmm*m
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If further information is required, address General Auditor  Montreal 3. o
Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
m*$
Bill No
Voucher No..
».e,
?ji th* *=
So. Bi- <
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3   ..
7
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,
*§•$
30
remit to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, c/o Assistant Treasurer, Montreal 3.
If further information is required, address General Auditor  Montreal 3. 33
Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
U»
Bill No.   -         ►_
Voucher No.  	
*• ftr fof   i
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-a*
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if l&afcUT?
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If further information is required address General Auditor, Montreal 3. UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Statement showing the Inter-Company balance for settlement between the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company and Union Steamships Limited resulting
from the Joint Operations of the s.s. Yukon Princess Voyages 3^to 37 to
April 12 1953 and the s.s. Cassiar Voyages 26 to 32 to April 27 1953
SCHEDULE 1
Revenue
Expenses
Profit or
operations
from
Amount     or receivable
Distribution of Profit or
S.S. YUKON PRINCESS-Voygs.jiS to 37
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships Combined
Railway    Limited Totals
10o,M^.70     17,o8o.U9 117,525*19
99,129-67     15,306.13 llM35«8o
1,315-03       1,77^.36 3,089.39
1,5^-69       1,5^*70
229.66
Inter-company balance as above   229*66
S.S. CASSIAR-Voyages 26 to 32
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Union
Canadian
Union
Pacific
Railway
Steamships
Limited
17,507.57
111,496.90
Combined
Totals
138,666.30
130,746.73
Pacific
Railway
221,603.43
118,379.50
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
121,158.73
19,249.83
34,588.06
126,803.03
256,191.49
245,182.53
101,908.90
7,919.57
103,223.93
11,008.96
3,959.79
93,989.33
3,959-78
(Schedule II)
5,504.48
92,214.97
5,504.48
97,949.11
97,719.45
97,949.11
97,719.45
Cheques issued by the
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
May 26
Balance
10,834.63
11,064.29
11,064.29  11,064.29
22,171.02
75,778.09
97,949.11   97,949.11
11,106.73
86,612.72
97,719.45   97,719.45
Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
$86,612.72 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. CASSIAR
Progressive Summary of Operations for the Period from
 January 1 1953 to April 27 1953	
SCHEDULE II
Revenue
Disbursements
No. of
Days
Statements attached
Voyage 31—March 31 1953 to April 21 1953
Schedule III
Voyage 32—April 22 1953 to April 27 1953
Schedule IV
Miscellaneous Adjustments to revenue and disbursements for voyages prior to Voyage 31
Union Steamships Limited - Schedule V
Miscellaneous Adjustments to revenue
Canadian Pacific Railway - Schedule VI
Miscellaneous adjustments to revenue
Canadian Pacific Railway - Schedule VII
Miscellaneous adjustments to revenue and disbursements for Voyages prior to Voyage 31
Canadian Pacific Railway - Schedule VIII
22
6
Union
Steamships
Limited
i,ck5.kk
&M6.90
33  *
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
31,382.75
Total
32,^28.19
8,416.90
Union
Steamships
Limited
22,009.^9
6,017.07
6W-.25
Canadian
Pacific
Railway    Total
3,832.89  25,8^2.38
8.00   6,025.07
6kka25
mM
217.85
217.85
*%j
37;
543.97
543.97
28
9,433.45   30,848.94  40,282.39  28,670.81  4,384.86  33,055-67
Profit for the period from March 31 1953 to April 27 1953 with adjustments
89    8,074.12   90,309.79  98,383.91  82,826.09  14,864.97  97,691.06
117   17,507.57  121,158.73 138,666.30 111,496.90  19,249.83 130,746.73
Statements previously submitted
Voyages 26 to 30 with adjustments
Profit
6,585.81
2,391.83
217.85
IjOSS
673.14
377.46
918.17
9,195.49 1,968.77
1,968.77
7,226.72
692.85
7,919.57
Profit for the period from January 1 1953 to April 27 1953 with adjustments
$7,919.57
(Schedule l) UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED*
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY*
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE*
s*s* CASSIAR
Voyage 31
March 31* 1953 to April 21, 1953
Statement of Revenue and Disbursements*
Schedule III*
22 days
Union
Steamships
Limited
Revenue:
Revenue per Manifest*
Revenue 958.18
Dock handling 87*26
Vancouver to Skagway
Dock Handling
Vancouver to Juneau
Dock handling
Skagway to Vancouver
Dock handling
Juneau to Vancouver
Dock handling
A*W* Backler letter to Mr. H.C. Reid dated May 22/53
File 32707
Express revenue
Disbursements;
Wages
Crew Overtime
Wage Assessments
Stevedoring - Vancouver
- Kitimat
Stevedoring Assessments
Stevedoring - Juneau
- Skagway
Stevedoring Assessments Skagway
Meals
P. & I. Insurance
Insurance Hull & Machinery, etc.
Fuel Oil & Tax
Overhaul provision
Depreciation
Audit Fee
Laundry
Stores  Issued
Shop Labour and repairs
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
111,576o91
945*12
651.46
30.44
12,7146.5^
2,39^.78
12.00
•90
24.60
Combined
Total
1,045*44
31,358.1;,
24* 60
1,045.44
31,382.75
32,428.19
7,086.12
7,086.li
816.78
816.78
294.lt*
294.14
2,640.77
2,640.77
10.50
10.50
285.78
285.78
216.80
216.80
2,976.35
2,976.35
389.81
389.81
1,528.87
1,528.87
72.30
72.30
1,073.76
12.89
1,086.65
2,732.96
2,618,96
1,830.00
1,830.00
1,233.18
1,233.18
230.58
230.58
1.85
1.85
669.43
19.50
688.93
209.62
209 37:
Carried Forward:   20,716.64
3,501.35
24,217.9b UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
Schedule III (Cont.)
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
s.s. CASSIAR
Voyage 31
March 31* 1953 to April 21, 1953
Statement of Revenue and Disbursements (Cont.)
Union       Canadian
Steamships     Pacific
Limited       Railway
Conib ined
Total
Brought Forward:
Disbursements (Cont.)
£0,716.64
3,501.35
22,009.49 * 3,832.89
Profit or  Eos©
27,549.86
24,217.99
Pallet Board proportion
M5.74
M5.74
Pallet Board Interest on Investment
11.00
11.00
Cargo Guard
4.32
4.32
Lift Truck hire
66.00
66.0'^
Derrick Hire
31.49
31.49
Checkers Overtime
2.05
2.05
Checkers time
60.87
60.87
Messenger
28.50
28.50
Telephone
73.20
73.20
Marine Superintendent supervision
36.60
36.60
Telegrams
14.25
14.25
Miscellaneous
19.72
19.72
Radio and Radar
104.51
104.51
Stationery
29.28
28.00
57.28
Berthage
348.82
20
.00
368.82
Customs
16.50
10
.68
27.18
Skagway Agency expense
265.13
265.13
Ketchikan Agency expense
18.75
18.75
Discount U.S. Funds
1 J, » 3
25,842.38
6,585.81
Profit Voyage 31 carried to Schedule II
$6,585.81
* Canadian Pacific Railway Company 5/P-lS May 1953
By phone from Mr. F.G. Davies - Skagway expenses
466.73 ^.
3,366.16
3,832.89 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. CASSIAR
Voyage 32
.  April 22 1953 to April 27 1953
SCHEDULE IV
6 Days
Revenue
Profit or
Profit Voyage 32 carried to Schedule II
Union
Steamships
Limited
Revenue per Manifest
Freight
8,416.90
Disbursements
Stevedoring Vancouver
587.05
Stevedoring Port Alice
235-20
Stevedoring Assessments
31.^3
Wages
1,935.92
Wage Assessments
79.17
Longshore pension plan
71.11
Meals
425.50
P & I Insurance
19.73
H & M Insurance, etc.
261.13
Fuel Oil and Tax
984.28
Provision for 1953 Overhaul
500.00
Depreciation
336.44
Audit Fee
63.OO
Stores Issued
182.25
Shop Labour and Repairs
55.26
Pallet Board Proportion
121.79
Interest on Pallet Board Investment
2.96
Miscellaneous expense
58.14
Telephone
20.00
Marine Superintendent Supervision
10.00
Radio and Radar
28.71
Stationery
8.00
6,017.07
2,399.83
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
8.00
8.00
Combined
Totals
8,416.90
587.05
235.20
31.43
1,935-92
79.17
71.11
425.50
19-73
261.13
984.28
500.00
336.44
63.OO
182.25
55.26
121.79
2.96
58.14
20.00
10.00
28.71
16.00
6,025.07
2,391.83
$2,391.83
^•Canadian Pacific Railway Co.  5/P-16 May 1953 SCHEDULE V
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. CASSIAR
Statement of Miscellaneous Adjustments to Revenue
and Disbursements for Voyages prior to Voyage 31
Union Steamships Limit.
Voyage #        Dr.      Cr.
Revenue
Wharfage on Autos carried as excess
baggage paid to C. P. R. 22 2.40
Brittania Mining and Smelting adjustment
in weights of concentrates Lot 28 25        26.49
Disbursements
Thulin Transfer - Campbell River
Derrick Hire
Checkers Overtime
Wharfage
Claim - Slade and Stewart shortage
Pursers disbursements - Taxi
Taxi
Berthage
28.89
28
47.89
29
25.87
29
1.06
29
12.93
26
10.50
29
5.00
30
6.00
28
194.74
29
340.26
644.25
Additional Loss carried to Schedule II $673.14 —0
'   °
UNION STEAMSHIPS L3MTEE3
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP
SERVICE
SCHE1ULE VI
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S. S. CASSIAR
Miscellaneous Adjustments to Revenue and
Disbursements
of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company-
Revenue
(G.C.Brooks letter April l6 1953 File A928764-1)
Pro.No.          Freight Handling  jtaeunt
74868 billed as    114.10   4.89   118.99
abstracted as  57.82   2.48    60.30
Voyage #
Dr.
Cr.
56.28   2.4l    58.69
4
58.69
74958 Freight - Reefer missed from Abstract
74994 Freight -  "     "     "    "
75006 Freight -  "     "     "    "
75007 Freight -  "     "     "    "
4
4
4
4
.27
12.87
13-44
2.10
(G.C.Brooks letter April 16 1953 File A928764-1)
Pro. No.         Freight  Handling Amount
17782 listed as    173.60   8.68   182.28
should be     89.60    5.68    95.28
difference     84.00    3.00    87.00
7
87.00
17784 listed as     65.10    3-26    68.36
should be     70.00   3.50   73-50
difference     4.90     .24     5.l4
7
5.14
17785 listed as     65.10    3.26    68.36
should be     70.00    3.50    73-50
difference     4.90    .24    5.14
7
5.14
17786 listed as     45-50    2.28    47-78
should be     49.OO   2.45   51.45
difference     3.50     .17     3.67
7
3.67
15006 Not listed     9-52     .20
7
9.72
(G.C.Brooks - File A928764 - l)
Pro. No.          Freight  Handling Amount
12-4725           1.50      -20    1,70
12-4780           6.23      .20    6.43
4
4
1.70
6.43
(G.C. Brooks' letter April 24 1953 File A928764 - 1
Skagway to Vancouver wharf waybill 1262
October 5 1951 Pro 10/3376
Concentrates billed weight        384,050
outward weight       338,894
)
difference           45,156
@ 37f cwt
1
196.43
Vancouver wharf file F80384 February 19 1952
claim 297288-20 cleared agent outstanding
(see Union Steamships Limited letter to Mr.
F. G. Davies dated May 8 1953)
Carried forward
388.65
13.95 UHION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
~ SCHEDULE VI
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE      (Continued)
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S. S. CAS&LAR
Miscellaneous Adjustments to Revenue j&&  Disbursements
of the Parian Pacific Rail^^C^patty
Voyage #   Dr.      Cr.
Brought forward 388.65    13-95
Revenue (coat inued)
Vancouver wharf to Skagway Waybill 64135
October 19 1951 transfer charges accrued to B.C.C.S.  ft."     2*87
Vancouver wharf to Skagway waybill 64106
October 19 1958.-transfer charges accrued to B.C.P.S.  2       .75 •
Vancouver wharf to Skagway waybill 70027
November 14 1951
Weight   Freight "    "   "
reported as       297      3-55
should be        J5§     . .81
difference       239      2.74 -  3      2.71*-
Vancouver wharf file F23278 December 8 1952
claim 3^6336-29 cleared agent outstanding
Skagway to Vancouver wharf - concentrates waybill
1614 December 14 1951 Pro 12/4881
Weight   Freight    Handling
billed as   169330   634.99     101.60
outward  .  164508   616.90      98-71
4822   18.09      2.89 h 20.98
Vancouver wharf file F80384 February 28 1952
claim 297485-P-? cleared agent outstanding.
Prince Rupert to Juneau Waybill 376
December 10 1951    Freight      8.40
Handling      .60 4 9-00
Vancouver wharf to Juneau under cover waybill
14358 January 31 1952. Goods ahead December 6
1951 k 244.97
Vancouver wharf file FII347 AHB March 24 1952.
Vancouver wharf to Juneau waybill 10190
January 2 1952 billed as 73-50
abstracted        68.36 5      5-1^
Carried forward 428.13    267-92 BRITISH
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
: COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP
SERVICE
sements
SCHEDULE VI
(Continued)
Dr.      Cr.
Mi!
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S. S. CASSIAR
scellaneous Adjustments to Revenue and
Disburs
of the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Voyage
#
Carried forward 428.13    267.92
Revenue (continued)
Skagway to Vancouver wharf, concentrates waybill
51, January 24 1952 Pro 1/4829
We ight Freight    Handling
billed as   2646985 9,926.19   1,852.89
outward     2612613 9,797-29   1,828.83
34372 128.90     24.06    5      152.96
Vancouver wharf file F80384 HGC 7/4/52
claim 306355-36 cleared agent outstanding
Shipment handled via S.S.Yukon Princess and B.C.C.S.
Victoria wharf to Skagway waybill 22565
November 19 1951 Freight 5.11
Wharfage 2.09
Handling .23
Total Freight &
Handling 5-3^     6       5-5^-
should be Yukon Princess (see Union Steamships
Limited letter to Mr.F.G.Davies dated May 8 1953)
Vancouver wharf to Juneau waybill 14092
January 30 1952
Freight    Handling
billed 40.60       2.03
abstracted 44.10       2.21
difference 3.50        .18    6 3-68
Skagway to Vancouver wharf waybill 195
February 20 1952 Pro 2/3391
Freight 1.13
Handling .20    6        I.33
Not accounted for on Vancouver received abstracts.
Taken to account at Victoria wharf Pro 4026 sheet 4
February 21 1952 via S.S. Cassiar and B.C.C.S.
Freight     I.13
Handling      .20
Wharfage      .20
Cargo Rates   .04
1-57
75$ of Freight  1.13   -     .85
50$ of Handling  .20 .10        6 .95
Carried forward 587-96    272.55 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
SCHEDULE VI
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE      (Continued)
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S. S. CASSIAR
Miscellaneous Adjustments to Revenue and Disbursements
of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Voyage #   Dr.      Cr.
Brought forward 587.96    272.55
Revenue (continued)
Skagway to Vancouver wharf concentrates waybill 2l4
February 13 1952 Pro 2/3409
Weight     Freight    Handling
billed as   3072085     11,520.32    2,150.46
outward    29874l6    11,202.81   2,091-19
difference   84669      317-51      59-27   6      376-78
Vancouver wharf file 80384 April 10 1952
claim 306353-36 cleared agent outstanding
Vancouver wharf to Skagway waybill 18065
February 27 1952
Weight     Freight     Handling
billed as   17279      120.09      63.54
should be   17144      119-15      63.44
difference    135 .94        .10     7        1.04
Vancouver wharf waybill corrector No. 180
March 26 1952 shipper error in weight
Skagway to Vancouver wharf U/C waybill 386
March 28 1952 Pro 4/87
Freight        2.01
Reefer 1.01
Handling        .25      7 3-27
Skagway to Vancouver wharf waybill 312
March 17 1952 Pro 3/3275
Weight Freight Handling
billed as 1606170 6,023-14 1,124.32
should be  1644900    6,168.38    1,151.43
difference   3873O     145-24       27-11    7 '  172-35
Increase in weight reported by Vancouver wharf
June 14 1952.
Shipment handled via S.S.Cassiar and B.C.C.S.
Skagway to Victoria Wharf waybill 280 March 7 1952
Pro 3/2189 Freight     23-51
Handling     1.26
Wharfage     1.35       26.12
75$ of Freight    23-51      17-63
50$ of Handling     1.26 .63     7 18.26
Carried forward 965-78    466.43 o
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S. S. CASSIAR
SHCEDULE VI
(Continued)
Miscellaneous Adjustments to Revenue and Disbursements
of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Brought forward
Revenue (cont inued)
Shipment handled via S.S.Cassiar and B.C.C.S.
Skagway to Victoria wharf waybill 28l
March 7 1952 Pro 3/2190
Freight 20.63
Handling 1.10
Wharfage I.l8     22.91
fo  of Freight
50$ of Handling
20.63
1.10
"15^47
• 55
Voyage #   Dr.
Cr.
965.78   466.43
16.02
Skagway to Prince Rupert waybill 3H March 11 1952
Pro 984   Freight I.32
Handling .20
Wharfage .20
Total Freight & Handling I.52
1.52
Vancouver wharf to Juneau waybill 2l4l7
March 18 1952 Pro 3/1
Freight 9.52
Handling .20
Jurvjau to Vancouver waybill 33 March 8 1952
Pro 4/156 Freight 9.52
Handling .20
Skagway to Vancouver wharf concentrates waybill 477
March 8 1952 Pro 4/3181
Weight    Freight
billed as 863425
outward   884837
difference 2l4l2
3,237-84
3,318.13
80.29
Handling
604.40
619.39
14.99
9.72
9.72
95.28
Vancouver wharf file F80384 HGC July 28 1952
claim 325212-36 cleared agents outstanding
(See Union Steamships Letter to Mr. F. G. Davies
dated May 8 1953)
Carried forward
1,061.06    503.41 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
SCHEDULE VI
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE       (Continued)
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S. S. CASSIAR
Miscellaneous Adjustments to Revenue and Disbursements
of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Voyage #     Dr.      Cr.
Brought forward 1,0Q.06   503-41
Revenue (continued)
Skagway to Vancouver wharf crude ore waybill 509
April 28 1952 Pro 5/931
Weight    Freight  Handling
billed as    96,560    362.10    67-59
outward      92,9^0    348.53   65.06
difference    3,620     13-57    2.53       10       16.10
Vancouver wharf file F80384 July 7 1952
claim 320122-20 cleared agent outstanding.
Skagway to Vancouver wharf concentrates waybill
508 April 28 1952 Pro 5/930
Weight    Freight  Handling
billed as 706,950 2,651.06 494.87
outward 749,805 2,811.78 524.87
difference     42,855    160.72    30.00       10 190.72
Vancouver wharf file f80384 of July 28 and
September 5 1952
Vancouver wharf to Skagway waybill No. 31295
May 16 1952           Freight 1.13
Wharfage .25
Handling .20
Cargo Rate .04
1.62
Total wharfage and cargo rate      .29       12 .29
Included in freight column in error.
Vancouver wharf to Skagway waybill 46692
August 22 1952
reported as
should be
difference 6.03     .17 5-86
Vancouver wharf waybill corrector No. 53~
September 4 1952
Freight
Handling
7.10
1.08
13.13
.91
6.03
.17
i,onM     699.99
699.99
Total correction carried to SCHEDULE $377.46
May 14 1953
HRB/md UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED Schedule VII
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
s.s. CASSIAR
Corrections to Revenue of the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company	
Voyage #        Dr.       Cr.
Mr. F.G. Davies letter dated June 29, 1953
correction to adjustments forwarded with
Mr. G.C. Brooks letter dated April 24/53
file A 928764-1
Pro IO/3376 concentrates
Shown as 196.^3
should be l69»3**        1 27.09
Waybill 22565 - November 19, 1951
Victoria Wharf to Skagway
Shown as 5«54
should be 5.31*        6 .20
Waybill 447 March 8,  1952 Pro 4/3181
shown as a charge 95*28
should be a credit 95.28
Double the amount now credited 9 190.56
Total correction carried to Schedule II $217.85 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
Schedule VIII
Revenue
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
s.s. CASSIAR
Miscellaneous adjustments to Revenue and
Disbursement for voyages prior to Voyage 31
Canadian Pacific Railway
Dr.
Cr,
G.C. Brooks  letter dated June 3/53 File A-92I1O63
claim 373731-20 Waybill No.430 Pro 3/4689
correction in outturn weights concentrates
Shown as
Outturn weight
Weight Freight
3,026,700* 11,350.13
Handling
2,330-56
2,9^3.910    11,039*69    2,266.80
82,790 310.M 63.76
29
37^.20
Disbursements:
Stevedoring - Skagway - Gasoline
Berthage
Port Charges
Water
Claims - W-2966
- W-3002
- W-3058
- C.P.R. Audit Notes  (no details)
Discount U.S. Funds
Additional Loss carried to Schedule II.
Canadian Pacific Railway Company      5/P~l4 May 1953
5/P-15 May 1953
Mr. Brooks letter file A 924063 June 3,  1953
22
2.42
24
2.42
26
3.62
28
3.62
28
10.00
29
10.00
29
375.20
28
12.00
29
12.00
7
10.51
26
26
26
29
5.00
62.90
42.90
.68
7.9^
926.79
8.62
8.62
$918.17
389.26
154.71
374.20
918.17 CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM
■Sir im ii i i im in iiiHi
Montreal, $wm 18f 1953*
Captain O.J. Williams,
Managerf B.C. Coaat S.S. Service9
Tietoria, B.C.
greater - MimVab*Jxa}j& wtik flyyipp
Tlem* aois that I am passing vouc&er for Marias Insuranes
as under*«
fiatf
yoyage
Amount
1953
May l/»
33 Sorthbounfi
f 4,781.53
Mayl3A9
33 Southbound
12,500.00
#17,281.53
#2.39
6,25 }■
|8.64
Sgd. (F. Falin)
Manager, Department of
Insurance and Wire Protection.
ccs D.l. Maedanald, Esq., CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
W&ddWicfa CcrinrnwiicdtixmA
"The filing time shown in the date line ia STANDARD TIME at place of origin.  Time of receipt is STANDARD TIME at place of destination."
1953 JUN 26  AM  9   30
VRA96 R3
PR MONTREAL QUE  26
CAPTAIN   0  J  WILLIAMS
VICTORIA  BC
H-64  VOYAGE  NUMBER  NOT  SHOWN   F WATERHOUSE   FILE   W-2956  NOVEMBER
20,   $14.25 VOYAGE  24  FILE  W-3027   DECEMBER   12,   $6.50
VOYAGE   22,   FILE  W-3006,   NOVEMBER  20,( $9.87  TOTAL  3/5
33s1 *-%**,
CASSIAR  $30.62 -  Y  PRINCESS   $11.87   VOYAGE  33   FILE
 —mm  — "-*
W-3011   DECEMBER   24   H-55 v    .
D E  MAC0NALD .. * 4fctw<ig^ iii^iiiiiiiii ■iii^iinrf r, ■ mShmtmm
Tictorla, B. C, June 23rd, 19 *
Department Ho. 11,
Tin® 1600 I.
D. E. Maedonald.........M0Hm&iL, QUE.
April Audit Notes freight claim Ga -sir<v amount $42.49 part
of $1143.45 part of #1217.74.   Advise voyage nustoer,   F.
Waterhouse file number also date of shipment.       1-64.
0*3* WILLIAMS. CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
V)c/dd Wicfa CommAwlccdiofii
W.D.NEIL, G^^m. Manager, Montreal
"The tiling time shown in the date line is STANDARD TIME at place of origin.   Time
VRA348    RS
MONTREAL QUE 8
CAPTAIN  0  J WILLIAMS
VICTORIA BC
M-72.   S/S   CASSIAR  $55.54,   F.  WATERHOUSE  LETTER NOT  ON  FILE,
J  C MANSON'S   FILE B.C.   96413-C,   SEPTEMBER   19,   1952,
$55.54,  VOYAGE  29,   FILE  W-3041,   MARCH. 10,   $6,727 A  L
BR0WNf,   W.P.   4 Y.R.   FILE  YT-2800,   NOVEMBER 8,
$0,88^ VOYAGE  31,   FILE W-3073,   APRIL  2,   $20.60| VOYAGE 31,
FILE W-3073,   APRIL  2,   $38.75./T0TAL S/S   CASSIAR   $55.54
AND  $66.95.   H-4 '
D E MACDONALD
destination/'
M  3   06 maammunmrn. i > mmum- am >.n amm» mm
Victoria* B. C.f *?uly 3rd* 1953*
Itopartseni Ho* Up
tim 1515 I*
De E. Macdonald..*.....^,,••♦*..Montreal, Qua.
lay Audit Notes £rsi#tt claim Cassiar #55*54 part of |i396*0S*   Fmight
claim #66.95 part of #1115*3i pert of |1396*QS*    Advise voyage number
F* Waterhoos*) fils misifesr also data of aMptent*   M-72*
0. J. 10U2AMS* FORM 102
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Juna 23, 1953-
-fl2l|27
I B. C. Coast Staamshi
I   WW*
pa Ltd.^
rrall St.,
Dear Sin
S/S "Yukon Princess11 Voy. 55 mm  56
S/S "Cassiar11  Voy. 2J  to 30 incl.
Voucher for $59*631*99* con3*i*u*ing balance
due your Company as per statement submitted June 15th has
baan prepared and will reach you shortly through our Treasury
M rtroent*
Yours t ruly*
A
SB// tOTa
cc. O.J, Williams,
Manager,
B.C.C.S/S Service,
Victoria, B«C.
cca F.S. Daviesj
Joint Accountant,
Vancouver, B*S. 8 Jun 53.
E.J.M.
Would not the simplest answer to this be to continue to issue
bills but mark them !fFor record purposes only11 and omit the Treasury
from their distribution?  We could then give the copies previously
sent to the Local Treasurer to Mr. Davies for handing to the Union
SS as an official document.  This would seem to solve the difficulty
all round without any change in procedure. 3 Jun 53*
Memo for S.J.M.
Treasury office, Vancouver, phoned re Cassiar bills
which they are receiving every month and passing to Waterhouse in the
usual manner.  They feel that, inasmuch^, as eventual settlement of these
is made through Montreal, along with freight revenue adjustment, there is
no value in their handling them al all. I told them that we would take
up with Montreal and endeavour to have the Cassiar business handled in
a similar manner to the "Yukon Princess", i.e., by memorandum statement
ratheiLthan by bill. UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
SCHEDULE 1
Revenue
Expenses
Profit or oiringfrom
Operations
Amount owingor receivable
Distribution of Profit or
38
Statement showing the Inter-Company Balance for settlement hetween the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company and Union Steamships Limited resulting from the Joint
Operations of the s.s. YUKON PRINCESS, Voyages 33 to 36 to March 15 1953 and the
s.s. CASSIAR, Voyages 26 to 30 to March 30 1953-	
s.s. YUKON PRINCESS-Voygs.33 - 36
Canadian    Union    Canadian
Pacific   Steamships  Pacific
Railway    Limited   Railway
67,649.17  12,732.55  80,381.72
74,430.68  10,794.59  85,225.27
s.s. CASSIAR-Voyages 26 - 30
Canadian    Union
Pacific    Steamships   Combined
Railway     Limited    Totals
90,309.79   8,074.12   98,383-91
14,864.97  82,826.09  97,691.06
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
157,958.96
89,295.65
Combined Vessels
Union
Steamships
Limited
6,781.51  1,937-96   4,843.55  75,444.82   74,751.97    692.85   68,663.31
6,781.51
2,421.73
1,937.96
2,421.77
4,359.73   M59.73
75,444.82  74,751.97
346.43 3*16.42
75,098.39 75,098.39
(SCHEDULE II)
68,663.31
' 2,075.35
20,806.67
93,620.68
72,814.01
72,814.01
2,075.35
70,738.66   70,738.66
Combined
Totals
178,765.63
182,916.33
4,150.70
Inter-Company Balance as
above
May 26 - Cheque from
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Balance
4,359-73
6,704.56
11,064.29
11,064.29 \ll,064.29
22,171.02
52,927.37
75,098.39
75,098.39  75,098.39
11,106.73
59,631.93
70,738.66
70,738.66
70,738.66
Balance Owing to Union Steamships Limited
from the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
$59,631.93
ly'si 1953 UglOg STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
s.s. CASSIAR
Progressiva Summary of Operations for the Period from
January 1 1953 to March 30 1953
Statements Attached
Voyage 29--February 28 1953 to March 2k  1953
Schedule III
Voyage 30—March 2k  1953 to March 30 1953
Schedule IV
Misc. adjustments to revenue and disbursements for voyages prior to Voyage 29—
Union Steamships Limited Schedule V
Misc. adjustments to disbursements for voyages
prior to Voyage 29—Canadian Pacific
Railvay Company   Schedule VI
R
e v e n u e
D i s b
u r s e m e
nts
No. of
Days
Union
Steamships
Limited
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Total
Union
Steamships
Limited
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Total
>3
25
462.55
37,452.47
37,915.02
24,054.46
5,254.5^
29,309.00
6
4,685.31
4,685.31
5,031.69
5,028.36
.ges
I.36
1.36
1,149.75
1,149.75
3,348.67
3,348.67
614.29
614.29
SCHEDULE II
Profit
8,606.02
2,734.38
Profit for the period from February 28 1953 to March 30 1953 with adjustments
1,491.44
$9,848.96
Statements previous submitted
Voyages 26 to 28 with adjustments
58
89
2,924.90   49,508.65  52,433.55   52,590.19   8,999.47 61,589.66
8,074.12  90,309.79  98,383.91  82,826.09  14,864.97 97,691.06
Profit for the period from January 1 1953 to March 30 1953 with adjustments
9,848.96
9,156.11
$ 692.85
(Schedule i)
Loss
343-05
1,148.39
31   5,149-22  40,801.14  45,950.36  30,235.90  5,865.50 36,101.40  11,340.40   1,491.44
9,156.11
9,156.11
HRB/md
May 11 1953 %
Schedule III.
Revenue:
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED,
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIIWAY.
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE.
s.s. CASSIAR. 25 days.
Yoyage 29.
February 28th 1955 to March 24th 1955.
Statement of Revenue and Disbursements.
Union     Canadian    Combined
Steamships   Pacific      Total.
Limited.    Railway.
Revenue per Manifest.
Freight
442.36
442.36
Dock Handling
20.19
20.19
Vancouver to Juneau - Freight
922.89
922.89
- Dock Handling
54.13
54.13
Vancouver to Skagway- Freight
20
,656.11
20,656.11
Dock Handling
1
,742.44
1,742.44
Skagway to Vancouver- Freight
11
,699.01
11,699.01
Dock Handling
2
,364.83
2,364.83
Skagway to Victoria - Freight
1.13
1.13
Dock Handling
.13
.13
Juneau to Vancouver - Freight
11.00
11.00
Dock Handling
.80
.80
462,55
37
,452,47
37,915.02
Disbursements:
Ships Wages
7,129.78
7,129.7C
Wage Assessments
355.28
355.28
Stevedoring - Vancouver
3,245.33
3,245,33
Prince Rupert
21.31
21.31
Orew Overtime
943.17
943.17
Stevedoring Assessments
222.33
529.13
751,46
Stevedoring Assessments 1%
28.95
28.95
Stevedoring - Skagway
4
,226.93
4,226,93
Juneau
254,02
254.02
Skagway Agency expense
265.13
265,13
Ketchikan Agency fees
12.50
12.50
Meals
993.04
993,04
Insurance Hull & Machinery etc.
1,191.77
13,99
1,205,76
P. & 1. Insurance
82.17
82,17
Fuel Oil and Tax
2,977.70
,2,936.57
Provision for 1953 Overhaul
2,024.00
2,024,00
Depreciation
1,401.33
1,401.33
Audit Fee
255.92
255,92
laundry
44.74
44.74
Stores Issued
795.95
7.50
803,45
ahop Labour and He pairs
405.63
405.63
Pallet Board Proportion
492.98
492.98
Interest on Pallet Board Investment
16.16
16.16
C/Forward:-
22,627.54
5
,268.07
27,895.61 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED.
Schedule III (Cont)
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE.
s.s. CASSIAR.
Voyage 29.
February 28th 1955 to March 24th 1955.
Statement of Revenue and Disbursements (Cont^)
Brought Forward:
Disbursements (cont)
Cargo Expense - building paper.
Lift Truck Hire
Cargo Guard
Checkers Overtime
Messenger Service
Checkers Time
Shipping Master
Tarpaulin rental
C.P.R. Telegraph
C.N.R. Telegraph
Telephone
Marine Superintendent Supervision
Radio and Radar
Stationery
Berthage
Cartage Prinoe Rupert
Provision for Retroactive Pay
Customs
Discount of U.S.Funds
Total Disbursements:
Total Revenue:
Profit or    <>ss
Profit for Voyage 29 carried to
Schedule II.
Union
Canadian
Combined
Steamships
Pacific
Total.
Limited.
Railway.
22,627.54
5,268.07
27,895.61
16.93
16.93
59.50
59,50
30,96
30.96
2.96
2.96
24.50
24,50
57.70
57.70
35.70
35,70
105.00
105.00
18.89
18.89
11.40
11,40
80.96
80.95
40.48
40,48
100.84
100.84
32.38
32,00
64.38
89.88
10,00
99,88
2,40
2,40
716.44
716.44
51.60
51.60
/ 071 /J?
24,054.46
S 5,254.54
29,309,00
462.55
37,452.47
37,915.02
2 S, 57/.1 /
32,197.93
8,606,02
$8,606,02
X    Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 4/P-13 April 1953,
May 11th, 1953,
HRB/RS. UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE.
s.s. CASSIAR.
Voyage 50.
March 25th 1953 to March 50th 1953.
Statement of Revenue and Disbursements.
Union
Steamships
Limited.
Schedule IV.
6 days.
Revenue:
Revenue per Manifest
Freight
Dock Handling
Disbursements:
Ships wages
Wage Assessments
Stevedoring - Port Alice
Crew Overtime
Meals
Insurance, Hull & Machinery etc.
P. & I, Insurance
Fuel Oil and Tax
Provision for 1953 Overhaul
Depreciation
Audit Fee
laundry
Stores Issued
Shop Labour and Repairs
Pallet Board proportion
Interest on Pallet Board Investment
Telephone
Marine Superintendent Supervision
Radio and Radar
Stationery
Provision for Retroactive Pay
Towmotors
Total Disbursements:
Total Revenue:
Profit or
Loss for Voyage 30 carried to Schedule II.
4,683.41
1.90
4,685,31
1,709.90
85.31
81.74
•228.43
240.30
286.80
19.77
830.76
485.00
337,23
61.11
'11.21
191.35
98.31
118.13
3.87
19,40
9,70
24.41
7.76
171.89
9,31
Canadian
Pacific
Railway.
8.00
Combined
Total.
4,683,41
1.90
4,685.31
1,709,90
85.31
81.74
228,43
240.30
286.80
19,77
819.43
485.00
337.23
61.11
•11,21
191,35
98131
118.13
3.87
19,40
9.70
24.41
15.76
171.89
9.31
5,031.69
3E
5,028,36
4,685.31
*,MMB*ta.
3,33
#343.05
X   Canadian Pacific Railway Company 4/P-14 April, 1953.
May 11th,  1953.
HRB/RS. UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE a
s.s. CASSIAR.
Statement of Miscellaneous Adjustments to Revenue
and Disbursements for Voyages prior to Yoyage 29.
Union Steamships Limited.
Voyage #.
Schedule V.
Revenue:
Industrial Wiping Towel Co. Pro.25288
shown on Miscellaneous Adjustments
prior to Voyage 9 as a correction to
s.s* CASSIAR should be YUKON PRINCESS
Disbursements:
Stevedoring - Longshoremen pension
-ditto-
Derrick hire
Checkers overtime
Wharfage on mail
Berthage coastwise Pier
C.N.R. Tele®raph
C.P.R. Telegraph
Berthage
Agency Service Tacoma
Customs Tacoma
Customs Inspection
Berthage C.P.R.
Total Adjustments carried to Schedule II.
HRB/RS.
11th May, 1955.
Dr.
Cr.
sc. 9.
1.36
1.36
26
57.89
28
75,86
28
89.83
28
3,63
28
13.03
28
64.96
28
16.85
28
13,36
26
286.76
27
25.00
27
158.08
28
21.36
28
323.14
1,149.75
1.36
1,36
11,148.39 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED.
Schedule VI.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE.
s,s.  CASSIAR.
Statement of Miscellaneous Adjustments to Revenue
and Disbursements for Voyages prior to Voyage 29.
Canadian Pacific Railway.
Voyage #.
Dr.
Revenue:
(C.P.R. letter H.C.Reid dated
May 11th, 1955 File D.107568)
Mail Revenue © January 1955
Express Revenue - January 1955
Mail Revenue - February 1955
Express Revenue ~ February 1955
Mail Revenue - March 1955
Express Revenue - March 1955
Adjustment of Express Revenue
shown as revenue on Voyage 21
also shown as part of amount
1151.80 on Miscellaneous
Adjustments for Voyages prior
to Voyage 25
(H.C.Reid letter dated March
15th 1955 File D.112427)
Total Revenue:
Disbursements:
26
26
28
28
29
29
Customs at Skagway
Total Disbursements:
Total adjustments carried to Schedule II.
X    Canadian Pacific Railway Voucher 4/P-llth April 1955
Canadian Pacific Railway Voucher 4/P-12th April 1955
HR#kS.
May 21st,  1955.
Cr.
1,026.00
50.48
1,026.00
52.66
1,026.00
194.95
Misc.  25
7,42
7.42
325.11
289,18
3,356.09
7,42
#3,348.67
26
28
X    614,29
325,11
289.18
$2,734.38
Ml 1953
:il 1953
#614.29 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
S. S. CASSIAR
Statement of Revenue and Disbursements
as recorded by Union Steamships Limited
for the month of April 1953
Union
Steamships
Limited
Revenue
Revenue
9,fc33A5
Disbursements
Stevedoring
Wages
Fuel
Insurance
Depreciation
Overhaul
Stores and Repairs
Meals
Miscellaneous
5,556.09
10,080 A8
3,717.2^
1,529-28
1,682.21
2,500.00
1,187-55
2,127.1*9
2,661.89
31,042.23
Loss for the month of April
21,608.78
HRB/md
June 3 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
S. S. CASSIAR
Statement of Monthly Revenue and
Expenditures as recorded by Union Steamships Limited
for the period from January 1 1953 to March 31 1953
January 1953 February 1953 March 1953  Total
Revenue
Freight 2,781.95     142.95     5,1^9-22  8,074.12
Notes:
Disbursements
Stevedoring 2,317.39 3,381.30 1*,995.86 10,694.55
Wages 10,14-05.19 9,926.78 10,139.59 30,^71.56
Fuel 4,889.91 2,944.19 3,808. k6 11,642.56
Insurance 1,982.28 1,427.33 1,580.26 4,989.87
Depreciation 1,725.93 1,570.07 1,738.29 5,034.29
Overhaul 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 7,500.00
Stores and Repairs 1,119.78 1,400.27 1,535.81 4,055-86
Meals 1,025.44 963.97 1,238.65 3,228.06
Miscellaneous 1,492.01 1,724.20 2,752.01 5,968.22
27,457.93 25,838.11 30,288.93 83,584.97
Loss 24,675.98   25,695.16    25,139.71 75,510.85
Stevedoring includes cargo overtime and stevedoring assessments.
Wages includes provision for retro-active pay and wage assessments.
Stores and repairs includes laundry and shop labour.
Miscellaneous includes - Pallet Board proportion and interest, berthage,
port charges, claims, stationery, etc.
HRB/md
June 3 1953 Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL
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FILE OR CLAIM
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MONTREAL, May 21, 1953
Captain 0*J. Williams,
Manager, B.C. Coast S.S* Service,
Victoria, B.C.
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Please note that I am passing voucher for Marine insurance
as underset       Voyage ifflount   gate    fcint
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Apr. lU/Zl       31 Southbound $12,500.00   $#$               6*25 /
$25,787*67 $12*89
This amount (part of $33*85) has been charged to your account
during the month of April, 1953*
(Sgd.) F. Palin
Manager, Department of
Insurance and Fire Protection
cc. D.E. Macdonald, Esq*
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FILE  OR  CLAIM lAO—P
Vancouver,B*C, May 1st, 1953*
Capt. 0# J. Williams,
Victoria,B.C*
Referring to your file 14089 in connection with fuel
oil for the S*S. "Cassiar*.
We are now attaching hereto credit note from the
British American Oil Company, dated April 29th, 1953* #28070, in the
amount of #136*50 covering difference between contract and posted/
prices on fuel charged on April 27th,1953*
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM
Capt. 0. J* Williams,
Manager, B.C.CoS.S*,
Victoria, B*C*
Juneau, Alaska,
May 14th 1953,
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VICTORIA,  B. G.
Dear Sir:
On April 8th the s*s* Cassiar required a radio service
man for repairs to the shipfs shofce to ship telephone* The attached
is forwarded to your office for payment* As the Cassiar does not
call in here now I was unable to have the Master certify this
bill*
Yours truly,
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SCHEDULE 1
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH ClLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CMADIAH PACIFIC RAILWAY
Bevenue
Expenses
Profit or    from
Operations
Statement showing the Inter-Company balance for settlement between the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company and Union Steamships Limited resulting
from the Joint Operations of the s.s. YUKON PRINCESS, Voyages 32 to 35
to February l6, 1953 and he s.s. CASSIAR, Voyages 26 to 28 to Februaiy
  I 27, 1933 '
>s.YUKON PRINCESS-Voy
<x<yy a
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships  Combined
Railway     Limited    Totals
32 to 35        s.s. CASSIAR-Voy ages ?3o  to 28
Combined Vessels
Amount     or receivable  16,024.69
listribution of Profit or     r
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships  Combined
Railway     Limited    Totals
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships   Combined
Railway    Limited     Totals
33,776-53     12,806.82     k6,583o~     ^9,508.65       2,924.90     52,433.55     83,28; 18     15,731.72       99,016.90
49,801.22       7,001.80     56,803.0k       8,999.^7     52,590.19     61,589.66     58,80c 69     59,591.99     118,392.68
&k fMl     5,805.02
^0,509.18
Wk
-
49,665.29
24,484.49
SCHEDULE II
43,860.27
."W&mMm
Inter-Company "balance as
above
Balance owing
10,914.86
10,914.86
10,914.86
10,914.86  10,914.86
Balance owing to Union Steamships Limited from
the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
■-.■jyjy
45,087.24
45,087.24
45,087.24
45,087.24 45,087.24
34,172.38
34,172.38
34,172.38
34,172.38    34,172.38
34,172.38
April 23 1953
HEB/md UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S.S. CASSIAR
Progressive summary of operations for the period
From January 1, 1953 to February 27, 1953
SCHEDULE II
Statements Attached
Voyage 27-January 29 1953 to February 2 1953
Schedule III
Voyage 28-February 3 1953 to February 27 1953
Schedule IV
Miscellaneous Adjustments to Revenue and
Disbursements for voyages prior to
Voyage 27 Schedule V
Revenue
Disbursements
No. of
Days
Union
Steamships
Limited
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Total
Union
Steamships
Limited
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Profit
Total
Loss
r 2 1953
5
2,812.42
2,812.42
3,816.22
m
3,803-22
990.80
r 27 1953
25
614.28
25,877^1
26,491.69
23,046.39
4,213.^8
27,259.87
768.18
;
, .  7 •
231.06
231.06
719.59
30
2,938.17  25,877.41 28,815.58  27,093.67
4,200.48   31,294.15
2,478.57
Statements previously submitted
Voyage 26 with adjustments
28
23,631.24  23,617.97  25,496.52
4,798.99   30,295.51
6,677.54
58
2,924.90   49,508.65  52,433.55   52,590.19
8,999.47   61,589.66
9,156.11
Loss for the period January 1 1953 to February 27 1953
9,156.11
(Schedule I)
April 23 1953
HRB/md UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
SCHEDULE III
BRITISH COLUMBIA. COAST STEAMSHIP
SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S.S.
CASSIAR
Voyage 27
5 Days
January 29 1953
to February 2
1953
Union
Canadian
Steamships
Pacific
Combined
,
Limited
Railway
Totals
Revenue
Revenue per manifest
2,779.52
2,779.52
Dock Handling
15.70
15.70
Adjustment in outturn weights of
concentrates
17.20
17.20
2,812.42
2,812.42
Disbursements
Ship wages
1,559-28
1,559.28
Wage assessments
87.74
87.74
Stevedoring Vancouver
32.40
32.40
Meals
168.30
168.30
Insurance - P. & I.
16.46
16.46
Insurance - Hull & Machinery etc.
236.87
236.87
Fuel Oil & Tax
431.30
431.30
Provision for 1953 Overhaul
421.00
421.00
Depreciation
280.72
280.72
Audit Fee
54.83
54.83
Laundry
7.83
7.83
Stores Issued
179.84
179-84
Shop Labour & Repairs
79.03
79.03
Cargo Expense
8.22
8.22
Customs
7.00
7.00
Marine Superintendent
8.42
8.42
Telephone
16.84
16.84
Radio & Radar
20.11
20.11
Stationery
Claims
6.74
20-W
2&*
Provision for Retro-active pay
148.36
148.36
Pallet Board Proportion
43.48
43.48
Pallet Board Interest on Investment
1.45
1.45
3,8i6.22
*i3-00
3,803.22
Loss
1,003.80
990.80
Profit or
13.00
Loss Voyage 27 carried to Schedule II
990.80
* Canadian Pacific Railway Invoice 3/P-2 March 1953
April 23 1953
HRB/md UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
SCHEDULE IV
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S.S.
CASSIAR
Voyage 28
25 Days
February 3 1953
to February 27 1953
Union
Canadian
Steamships
Pacific
Combined
Limited
Railway
Totals
Revenue
Revenue per Manifest
510.83
510.83
Dock Handling
102.30
102.30
Canadian Industries Limited
Billed as  102.25
should be  103.40
1.15
1.15
Vancouver to Skagway
8,895.42
8,895.42
Dock Handling
689.21
689.21
Vancouver to Juneau
890.58
890.58
Dock Handling
48.57
48.57
Skagway to Vancouver
12,731.51
12,731.51
Dock Handling
2,525.20
2,525.20
Juneau to Vancouver
91.22
91.22
Dock Handling
5.70
5.70
614.28
25,877.41
26,491.69
Disbursements
Ship wages
8,517.05
8,517.05
Wage Assessments
374.80
374.80
Stevedoring - Skagway
3,304.27
3,304.27
- Juneau
254.02
254.02
- Vancouver
2,321.36
2,321.36
Stevedoring Assessments
167.44
433.86
601.30
Meals
860.82
860.82
Insurance - P. & I.
82.20
82.20
Insurance - H.&M., Collect fre
ight
etc.
1,192.40
11.27
1,203.67
Fuel Oil & Tax
2,512.89
2,512.89
Provision for 1953 Overhaul
2,232.50
2,232.50
Depreciation
1,402.07
1,402.07
Audit Fee
303.62
303.62
Laundry
20.19
20.19
Stores Issued
827.23
7.50
834.73
Shop Labour & Repairs
337.06
337.06
Pallet Board Proportion
543.77
543.77
Pallet Board Interest on Investment
18.19
18.19
Cargo Guard
18.72
I8.72
Lift Truck Hire
71.00
71.00
Cartage
11.25
11.25
Checkers Time
42.80
42.80
Messenger
Telephone
24.00
24.00
89.30
89.30
Marina Superintendent
44.65
44.65
Carried forward
22,015.31
4,010.92
26,026.23 o
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
SCHEDULE IV (
Cont'd)
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S.S.
CASSIAR
Voyage 28
(Continued)
Union
Canadian
Steamships
Pacific
Combined
Limited
Railway
Totals
Brought forward
22,015.31
4,010.92
26,026.23
Miscellaneous
18.35
18.35
Radio and Radar
86.44
86.44
Stationery
35.72
34.00
69.72
Harbour dues Vancouver 1953
112.80
112.80
Port charges
8.00
8.00
Agency Expense - Skagway
274.97
274.97
- Ketchekan
12.50
12.50
Berthage
10.00
10.00
Discount U.S. Funds
Provision for Retro-active pay
769.77
128-91
JLSmC^«^fJL
769.77
23,046.39
* 4,213-48
27,259.87
614.28
25,877.41
26,491.69
Profit or
m f^^m^^mh
21,663.93
768.1s
Loss. Voyage 28 carried to Schedule II
* Canadian Pacific Railway Invoice 3/P-l March 1953
768.I8
April 23 1953
HRB/md UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S.S. CASSIAR
Miscellaneous adjustments to Revenue and
Disbursements for Voyages prior to Voyage 27
SCHEDULE V
Revenue
Union Steamships Limited
Voyage #   Dr. Cr.
Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co. Ltd.
Billed at merchandise rate as 735.1^
should have been at truck
commodity rate 249.39
Wharfage on Prince Rupert shipment
charged by Canadian National Railway
and not protected
Disbursements
Laundry
Stores Issued
Radio calls
Marine Superintendent supervision
charged at $40.00 per month^°rOctober,
November and December 1952 should have '
been $50.00 per month
Berthage
Stores Issued
Cargo Guard
Big Derrick Hire
Checkers Overtime
19
23
^85.75
2.78
1*88.53
26
41.85
26
50.76
26
1.25
19
1.93
20
2.58
21
8.49
22
5.67
23
4.23
24
5.49
25
1.61
24
6.42
26
51.36
19
2.50
26
27A7
26
16.35
26
8.10
Loss on miscellaneous adjustments carried to Schedule II
233.56
2.50
231.06
719.59
2.50
April 23 1953 —*
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of rmmmmmm to eorwsei atat«s#at8 wo«M »ppro@lat« sivie* oa aqy earaia§9
slm* ttet d*t* ^-TO?* * owld It 'm poaslol® for your of ilea to sinow
in y-tJ.ch rmamtmmm mm* lactu&ily mrmek to mtmblm reeoasilation with
f.        n«*«..j*isi FORM  I01U.2L
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
I/O P Y
FILE OR CLAIM
loom 102 ¥®&mm®r 9tyot,
Vancouver, B.C.
April 2$r&* If53
Union Socou-uBfcipB Lti?.#,
Ft Carrol Street,
Vancouver* B.C.
Baar Sirs:-
- CBm  *Cassiar*
On Voyage 00 March 2Vth*,l?53, the obove vassal aanled 52 MT
Chlorine Cyciindara weighing 69t3l6^ at Contract rata of #4#50 par ton, from
Port Alica, B*C* to Vancouver, B.C* for tran-ohipmant to Ifecoma,  «*ash* Prepaid
chargea to International Canadian Corporation for #155*96*
Qa your Manifest Sheet th© division of this amount aa follows.
SS* Cassiar (Port Alice to Vancouver, B.C* (3|8 miles)    Freight
Puget Sound Freight Unea Tanoottv^r B*C* to feeoma, laah
|ljfj mi lea)    flight
national Arbour Board - Cargo rstaa
2*42
152*50
from tbe abova distribution, this division appears to be in error*
and will appreciate further information aa to &hy Joint Operations ba assessed
mn amount like thia.
Xhan&lng you,
I raaain,
•
Yours truly,
F. a# Ifevies,
J&dLm>_-
Auditor* Joint Accountant*
cc.  Capt.  0. J*  Williams.
Manager,  B.C.Coast Service
itD/a CREDIT NOTE
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Dr.
FORM 1900D
MONTREAL	
IN    REFERRING   TO   THIS   CREDIT    NOTE.    PLEASE   QUOTE
Frank Waterhouse and Company of
Canada Ltd.,
Foot of Gas-rail Street, ?aaeott¥*rtVoucher No;
Credit Note No 4/fcM. JJ1X&..19S3..
=»it
J
1953
,w.
B.C.C.S.S. Expenditure iaourred in th* operation of s.s*
•Cassiar* for ?©yage Ho. 30* •
Stationary - Agreed proportion for voyage.
?anson*ar - Credit for fuel oil difference 1* price -
351.88 Sola. « # .0322
$$M
11.33
• 3.33
IF   FURTHER   INFORMATION   IS   REQUIRED.   ADDRESS   H.   C.    REID.    GENERAL   AUDITOR.   MONTREAL. THE  BRITISH  AMERICAN OIL COMPANY mm,ted
PRODUCERS -REFINERS -MARKETERS
REFINERIES
CLARKSON,   ONTARIO
MONTREAL   EAST,   QUEBEC
MOOSE   JAW,   SASKATCHEWAN
CALGARY,   ALBERTA
EDMONTON,   ALBERTA
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LICENSE  NO.
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BRANCHES   IN
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PACKAGES
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PER   UNIT       GAS   TAX     TOTAL   PRICEj
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
Bill No.
Y    -■
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Voucher No.
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ma
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a9$
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Please remit to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, c/o Assistant Treasurer, Montreal 3.
If further information is required, address General Auditor, Montreal 3. Form 1900
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
m§
Bill No.
yp«i3 mm* w- i
Voucher No.
33
11-19
ft.0.<
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If further information is required, address General Auditor, Montreal 3.
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PRODUCERS,    REFINERS   AND    MARKETERS
ITED
REFINERIES
CLARKSON,     ONTARIO
MONTREAL     EAST,     QUEBEC
MOOSE     JAW,     SASKATCHEWAN
CALGARY,     ALBERTA
EDMONTON,     ALBERTA
Vancouver 3#B.C.
BRANCHES     IN
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MARITIME     PROVINCES
QUEBEC.     ONTARIO
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APPROVED:
EXAMINED:
PER: FORM 102  (tw
COPY
** CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Montreal, April 17th, 1953.
Gaptain O.J* Williams,
Manager, B.C. Coast S.S.  Service,
Victoria, B.C.
"Cassiar11 - Collect. Freight and Charges
Please note that I am passing voucher for Marine insurance as under:-
Date Yoyage        Amount      Rate      Amount
mi
Mar.    6/12       29 Northbound #16,564*51 5$# $ 8.28
«      19/26       29 Southbound 11,406.00 5<f$ 5.71
|27,970o51 #13.99
account
during
This
the 3
amount (part of #58.14]
nonth of March, 1953*
has been
charged to your
~V
/..
(Sgd.) F.
Manager
Insurance
Palin,
, Department of
and Fire Protection.
ccs D.
E. Macdonald
, Esq«
i Form 1900
O                                CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
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Please remit to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, c/o Assistant Treasurer, Montreal 3.
If further information is required, address General Auditor  Montreal 3.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL.
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
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If further information is required, address General Auditor  Montreal 3. UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
•
o
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
RfiHEnTTT.I? 1
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
-
Statement showing the Inter-Company Balance for settlement "between the Canadis
Pacific Railway Company and Union Steamships Limited resulting from the Joint
Operations of the s*s. YUKON PRINCES, Voyages 33 and 3k,  to January 16 1953
and tbe s.s. CASSIAR, Voyage 26,  to January 28 1953*
m\
Combined Vessels
Canadian   Union
Pacific   Steamships  Combined
Railway   Limited    Totals
s.s.YUKON PRINCESS- Voyg
Canadian    Union
Pacific    Steamships
Railway    Limited
s. 33 & 3k
Combined
Totals.
b.b. CASSIAR
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
- Voyage 26
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
Revenue                 5,9^6.88
10,203.83
16,150.71
23,631.24
13.27
23,617.97
29,578.12
10,190.56
39,768.68
Expenses                 20,510.32
2,638.70
23,149.02
4,798.99
25,496.52
30,295.51
25,309.31
28,135.22
53,H4.53
Profit or Loss from
Operations               lk,563-kk
7,565.13
6,998.31
18,832.25
25,509.79
6,677.5V
4,268.81
17,944.66
13,675.65
""SCHEDULE
If
Amount owing or receivable   lk,563akk
Distribution of Profit or Loss 3,^99-15
7,565.13
3,499.16
18,832.25
3,338.77
25,509.79
3,338.77
4,268.81
6,837.92
17,9^.66
6,837.93
11,061*..29
11,064.29
22,171.02
22,171.02
11,106.73
11,106.73
Inter- Company Balance as above-^ qq^ 2o
22,171.02
11,106.73
Balance owing
11,064.29
22,171.02
•■
11,106.73
11,06^.29
11,064.29
31       dmfiXjU/        iL
22,171.02
22,171.02
/z-
m\m*C*"f
11,106.73
11,106.73
Balance owing to Union Steamships Limited
from the Canadian Pacific Railway
April 7 1953 ,       yj
m/m&          Lxt<*    /w^-^ jf"**
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Statements Attached
Voyage 26—January 1 to 28 1953  28       NIL
(Schedule III)
Additional disbursements for Voyage
prior to Voy. 26 - Canadian Pacific
Railway        (Schedule IV)
Additional Revenue and disbursements for
voyages prior to Voy. 26
Union Steamships Limited 13*27
(Schedule V)
Adjustments prior to Voyage 26 for the
year ended December 31 1952
(Schedule VI)
SCHEDULE II
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S.S. CASSIAR
Progressive Summary of Operations for the period
From January 1 to January 23 1953
No. of
Days
Union        Canadian                 Union
Steamships     Pacific                Steamships
Limited      Railway     Total       Limited
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Total
Profit    Loss
28
Loss for the period
April 7 1953
HB/md
13.27
23,631.24   23,631.24
13-27
23,631.24   23,617.97
24,227.12
93.47
1,175.93
25,496.52
4,406.18  28,633.30
392.81
392.81
93 M
1,175.93
^,798.99  30,295.51
5,002.06
392.81
IO6.74
1,175.93
$6,677.5^
$6,677.5^
(Schedule I) I—■
1
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S.S. CASSIAR
Voyage 26
January 1, 1953 to January 28,  1953
SCHEDULE III
28 days
Revenue
Vancouver to Skagway
Dock Handling
Vancouver to Juneau
Dock Handling
Skagway to Vancouver
Dock Handling
Juneau to Vane uver
Dock Handling
Union
Steamships
Limited
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Combined
Totals
7,162.57
7,162.57
555-35
555-35
868.72
868.72
44.31
44.31
12,689.38
12,689.38
2,276.54
2,276.5^
32.07
32.07
2.30
2.3C
Nil
23,631.24
23,631.24
hrb/md
April 7 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
(SCHEDULE III Cont
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S.S.
CASSIAR
Voyage
26 (Continued
Union
Canadian
Steamships
Pacific
Combined
Limited
Railway
Totals
Disbursements
Ships wages
8,246.86
8,246.86
Wage assessments
537.76
537.76
Stevedoring - Vancouver
2,033.52
2,033.52
- Skagway
3,588.85
3,588.85
- Juneau
165.75
165.75
Stevedoring Assessment
16.64
171.05
487.69
Meals
925.97
925.97
Insurance Hull Machinery etc.
1,317.61
9-77
1,327.38
Insurance P. & I.
92.03
92.03
Fuel
4,078.73
43-48
4,035-25
Provision for Overhaul for 1953
2,257.50
2,257.50
Depreciation
1,569.67
1,569.67
Audit Fee
284.44
■p.Qh.kh
Stores Issued
433.22
433.22
Shop Labour and Repairs
484.66
484.66
Pallet Board Proportion
608.92
608.92
Pallet Board Interest on Tnvestmen
t    25.14
25.14
Lift Truck Hire
48.00
43.00
Checkers Time
59.92
59.9?-
Messenger Service
24.00
24.00
Taxi
7.17
7.17
Shipping Master
10.25
10.25
Telegraph C. P. R.
13.57
13.57
• Telegraph C. N. R.
5.70
5.70
Marine Superintended4- Supervision
45.15
4s. 1>
Telephone
90.30
90.30
Miscellaneous
8.22
8.22
Radio & Radar
122,30
122.80
Stationery
36.12
36.OO
72.12
Customs
12.50
12.50
Tonnage Tax Prince Rupert
22.56
22.56
Provision for Retro-active vages
803.19
808.19
Berthage
20.00
20.00
Water
12.00
12.00
Skagway Agency Expense
269.94
269.94
Ketchikan Agency fees
12.50
12.50
Discount U. S. Funds
136.20
136.20
Total Disbursements
24,227.12
A 4,406.18
28,633.30
Total Revenue
Nil
23,631.24
23,631.24
Profit or
24,227.12
19,225.06
5,002.06
Loss Voyage 26 (Schedule II)
5,002.0£
A r/P-11-February 1953 - *t!><06.l8,
hrb/md
April 7 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S.S. CASSIAR
Additional disbursements by the
Canadian Pacific Railway
In respect of voyages prior to Voyage 26
SCHEDULE IV
Voyage #    Dr. Cr.
Skagway Agency expenses
Customs overtime Skagway
Stevedoring Skagway - Refund of
Pension assessment
Discount U. S. Funds
Stationery
Claims - B.C.-9l602
- Voucher 25003/12—-C.P.Express
- Voucher ij-OOOO-1-53 Vancouver
Sale of Salvage
Total additional disbursements
£ 2/P-12 February 1953   $392.81
24
24
280.01
84.80
6
24
25
4
5.00
44.81
20.37
10.94
No voyage no.
Noted on
C.P.R. 2/P-12
12.50
3.00
427.12
3*. 31
3^.31
A $392.81
hrb/md
April 7 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S.S. CASSIAR
Additional Revenue and Disbursements by
Union Steamships Limited in respect of
^Voyages prior to Voyage 2o
SC8H)ULE V
Voyage #     Dr.        Cr.
Revenue
Adjustment outturn weights on 22       13,27
salmon oil - ~ „
Disbursements
First Aid attendant wages January
Lift Truck Hire
Stevedoring Assessment
Berthage Prince Rupert
hrb/md
April 7 1953
25
10.00
25
34.20
25
^.33
22
44.94
93.^7
Total additional Loss $106.lk UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S.S. CASSIAR
SCHEDULE VI
Adjustments for Voyages prior to Voyage 26 and
For the Year Ended December 31 1952
Union Steamships Limited
Dr.      Cr.
Stores Issued
On schedule for miscellaneous adjustments for Voyages prior
to Voyage 20 a credit correction of $74*k5 was made in error.
Fuel Oil and Tax
Fuel oil consumed in respect of period
vessel was in overhaul June l~l6 1952
Fuel Oil and Tax
On schedule showing total charges in respect
of the period the vessel was laid up due to
the accident of July 11 1952, a deduction of
$504.89 was made for fuel oil consumed and
charged to prior voyages. The deduction was
in error and is now reversed.
Fuel Oil and Tax
At end of our fiscal year a credit for Fuel
Oil Tax in respect of sailing time in foreign
waters was computed and is now credited to
Voyage 25.
Insurance - Hull and Machinery
Balance December premium on Hull and
Machinery Insurance
War Risk Insurance
Voyage 13 - shown as        9*32
should be       10.32
Voyage 19 - shown as       33*88
should be       33.89
Voyage 21 - shown as        38.42
should be       38.32
Voyage 2k  - shown as        23.44
should be       23*42
Pallet Board and Lift Truck Insurance
charged as     222.86
should be      239.86
Overhaul
Accident
74.45
306.29
504*89
Voyage 25
Voyage 25
100.00
168.41
Voyage 13
1.00
Voyage 19
.01
Voyage 21
.10
Voyage 24
.02
17.00
Repairs
On statement for period vessel was laid up
due to accident of July 11 1952 arrears
position of Victoria Machinery Depot account
was shown as 4l4.78
Voyage 21
Voyage 22
Accident
13.00
4.00
.15
should be                 k
•14.63
Depreciation (Schedule VII)
.15
Voyage 25
12.36
Interest on Investment (Schedule VII)
Carried Forward
Voyage 25
18.39
1,072.05
131.02 SCHEDULE VI (Cont'd)
Adjustments for Voyages Prior to Voyage 26 and
For the Period Ended December 31 1952
(Continued)
Brought Forward
P. & I Insurance (Schedule VIII)
Additional charge
Dr.
Cr.
1,072.05
131.02
Voyage 7
I8.65
8
6.71
9
17.15
10
13.42
11
4.47
12
14.91
Overhaul
11.93
13
5.22
14
4.47
15
4.47
16
7.46
Accident
18.64
17
5-97
18
20.14
19
17.15
20
5.97
21
19.39
22
12.68
23
9.69
24
12.68
25
3-73
1,306.95
131.02
131.02
1,175-93
HB/md
April 7 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
SCHEDULE VII
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S.S. CASSIAR
Adjustments to Depreciation and Interest On
Capital Employed to December 31 1952
Capital Account
Cost of Vessel $609,134.68
Less:
Lay up returns received December 31 1952 in respect of
period vessel laid up due to conversion 283.83
HB/md
April 7 1953
Capital cost of vessel December 31 1952 $608,850.85
Credit due to Joint Venture operation to December 31 1952
Depreciation
September 15 1951 to December 31 1951 i§§ x %$jy x 283'°3x 2.82
January 1 1952 to December 31 1952   3-36 „ 283.83 _    Q ,-),
TOO" X      "   -^3/L 12.36
Interest on Investment
September 15 1951 to December 31 1951 108 „ 5 v 283.83  ,, on
3S5 x 100 X     - h'20
January 1 1952 to December 31 1952        5   283.83. -.1, 1Q
100x     " 3^33. 18.3.
Total adjustment required
(allocated to Voyage 25 Schedule VI) $ 30.75 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
SCHEDULE VIII
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
S.S.CASSIAR
Adjustments to P & I Insurance for the Year
Ended December 31 1952
Total Assessment period February 20 1952 to February 20 1953
Previous supplementary assessment for the period
Balance to be charged to the Joint Venture
1,472.93
1,200.00
272.93
Cost per day of additional amount
Voyage 7
25
8
9
9
23
10
18
11
6
12
20
Overhaul
16
13
7
14
6
15
6
16
10
Accident
25
17
8
18
27
19
23
20
8
21
26
22
17
23
13
24
17
25
5
26
28
27
5
28
18
.7^57
18.65
6.71
17.15
13. te
4.47
14.91
11.93
5.22
4.47
4.47
7.46
18.64
5-97
20.14
17.15
5.97
19.39
12.68
9.69
12.68
3.73
234.90
(Schedule VI)
20.88
3-73
13. k2
38.03
3>6
272.93
April 7 1953
HB/md CREDIT NOTE
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Dr.
FORM 1900D
MONTREAL	
IN    REFERRING   TO   THIS   CREDIT    NOTE.    PLEASE   QUOTE
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IF   FURTHER    INFORMATION    IS    REQUIRED.   ADDRESS    H.   C.    REID.    GENERAL   AUDITOR     MONTREAL. Form 1900
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
7
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remit to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, c/o Assistant Treasurer, Montreal 3.
If further information is required, address General Auditor, Montreal 3. Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL.
In Referring to this Bill, Please Quote
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If further information is required, address General Auditor, Montreal 3. (|jg)   H-52
CANADIAN  PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
Enclosed please find Vouchers as per following List:-
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LIST No....	
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL..
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM 140—P
Vancouver.B.C.,  Jan.  3th.1953•
Capt, 0, Jt Williams,
Victoria,B.C.
Further to our letter of June 3^d, your file 14039
in connection with fuel oil for the 3. S. "Cassiar11.
We are now attaching hereto credit note from the
British American Oil Company, dated December 31st,1952, #29359
in the amount of #43.48, covering difference between contract
and posted prices on fuel oil charged on December 31st,1952*
purcnasi: H.O.       131 A,  12-St
REFINERIES
CLARKSON,     ONTARIO
MONTREAL     EAST,     QUEBEC
MOOSE     JAW,     SASKATCHEWAN
CALGARY,     ALBERTA
EDMONTON,     ALBERTA
BRITISH AMERICAN OIL COMPANY u.
PRODUCERS,    REFINERS    AND    MARKETERS
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MARITIME     PROVINCES
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Form 1900
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
MONTREAL.
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