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 Canadian   Pacific   Steamships
\7. MclLROY
GENERAL AGENT  PASSENGER DEPARTMENT
TRINITY  3258
1-3-1
621 SOUTH GRAND AVENUE
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
February lt 1926«
— (Pickets delivered to Transportation Companies and —
Travel Bureaus in los Angeles on I.O*Ufs.
Mr* Am W# Tennant,
Traveling Auditor,
"Vancouver,    B*C<
I attach hereto copy of letter received from Mr* Ogden
in connection with credit to foreign offices* This refers
to your letter of January 25th and, I think, will cover the
situation satisfactorily*
SBT/SG*
Ticket Agent, (COPY)
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
Financial Department ^
Of-ffae of the Vice-President BOK   >    MONTREAL,  January E6th,  192.6.
V
W.  H.  Thorn,  Esq*,
City Ticket Agent,
lies Angeles, Cal.
Dear Sir:-
Beferring to your letter of December
22nd*     It will be allrigfrt to  allow credit  on tickets,
not to exceed one week in any case,   to  the following
parties*
In case any account should not be paid
within that time, you will discontinue the arrangement
and advise  me*
Railways,  & Steamship Companies*
Southern    Pacific Railway,
Santa Fe Railway,
Admiral line,
Agents,
Thos.  Cook & Son,
Peck-Judah Travel Bureau,
Foster Service,
CJ*  Jones Steamship Agency,
Union Pacific Rails* ay,
Los Angeles S.  3*  Company,
Dollar Line*
Raymond & Whitcomb Company,
American Express Company,
Atlas Steamship Agency,
Sohloessmann Steamship Agency*
Yours truly,
I*  G*  Ogden,
Vice-President*
(COPY) * FORM    101
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY
MINNEAPOLIS,    ST. PAUL  &   SAULT STE. MARIE  RAILWAY
DULUTH, SOUTH SHORE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY
FILE l""^—l •
INTER-DEPARTMENT LOS   ANGELES
CORRESPONDENCE
January 29th,   1926*
— Tickets delivered to Transportation Companies and  —
Travel Bureaus in Los Angeles on I.O*Ufs*
Mr*  A.  We  Tennant,
TravelingAuditor,
Vancouver,    B.C*
In connection with your  letter  of  January 25th to
Mr.   Travis at  San Francisco,  copy to me*
I made application,   as arranged,   on December  22nd,
for credit,  my letter toing direct to Hr*   Ogden
with a copy to Mr*   Black*     Up to  the present
time,   i have not received the necessary authorization.
WRf/ig* ttl'lmw Agent CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FORM 101
INTEFp^EPARTMENT
CORRESPONDENCE
FILE
1-3-1
San Francisco,       Jan.   29,   1S26.
tickets Delivered to  Transportation   Companies and Travel
Bureaus  in San Francisco  on I  0 Ul3
Mr*   A.  W«   Tennant,
Traveling  Auditor,   0*P.E*,
Vancouver , B. C.
Dear Sir:
This will  acknowledge receipt   of your letter of  January
25th  enclosing  copy  of letter to Mr.   Villain from the
Vice-President under date  of   July  17,   1923,  also   letter
from Mr.  Black to myself   of  October  25th same year.     I
am keeping these  letters with letter   I have received from
Mr*   Ogden under  date  of   January  7,   1926,   in a    place which
will be available for  inspection of Traveling Auditor.
I have Biade a thorough search, but am unable to locate
Mr. Villain*s letter to the Vice-President of July 11,
1923.
Yours
truly,
F.7T :U 4
\
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY
MINNEAPOLIS,    ST. PAUL  &   SAULT STE. MARIE  RAILWAY
DULUTH, SOUTH SHORE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY
FILE       1-3-5
INTER-DEPARTMENT LOS  ANGELES
CORRESPONDENCE
January 27,  1926*
— Cash Advances  from Local Treasurer --
Mr* A. W*  Tennant,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver,      B*C.
Replying to your letter of January 23rd*
I did not understand from you that the Local treasurer
could not authorize more than |750*00 within the  same
day*    You will note  I wired in this manner on the 22nd;
the 23rd being Saturday,  I figured it would be  impossible
to communicate with Mr.  Ogden and have the cash here for
distribution onthe 23rd*    However,  in future if I require
more than #750.00 advanced I will deal direct with Mr*
Ogden and we will see how it comes out.
^RT/EG. / V* f   City Ticket Agent* FORM   103      £.!_.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAI LWAY COM PAN Y
4
Ba
YAgjUij   1^,
FILE OR CLAIM
G _   7  4?a  1  ^  L*
Montreal, February 11th. 1936.
Mr. A* W. Pennant,
Travelling auditor,
Vancouver, B* C*
.Dear 3ir:-
Yancouver City  Tkt.Office,   Tickets  issued   to
Miss Isabel Napier   [ardy;-
Form 850$ ^,36398 Quebec  to  Liverpool.
!?     11443 #25601 Vancouver to  Quebec.
"       1042 #6661,.          !T Montreal*     	
Yours  January 30th,   and   returning  above  tickets.
There  is no   record   of these  in your report  #1233,
June  13/1912  covering work of former ticket   Clerk Moe*   A.   P*Rrs
records  for 1912  are not   available  but   the   elerk handling  the
stoefe records is  of opinion tickets must  have been   duly  accounted
for or they would  be   carried  outstanding  in A*P*E*s  records.
It would  be  interesting to know how  simie were-
accounted   for but   there  appears little  hope   at  this  end.
Yours    truly,
Auditor of Agencies. T. £__ FOfl-WI __ 8.
Pacific Railway Company's Telegraph
READ  THE  NOTICE  AND  AGREEMENT  ON   THE   BACK
B. S. JENKINS. Gen. Supt.,Winnipeg, Man. W. J. CAMP, Elect. Engr., Montreal. Que.
J. FLETCHER. Supt.. Vanouver, B.C. F. T.JENNINGS, Supt., North Bay. Ont.
J. McMILLAN. Supt.. Calgry, Alta. W. MARSHALL. Supt., Toronto. Ont.
R. N. YOUNG, Supt.. Mocae Jaw. Sask. JNO. F. RICHARDSON. Supt.. Montreal. Que. * JAS.   KENT,
J. TAIT. Supt.. Winnipeg. Ian. F. J. MAHON. Supt., St. John, N.B. Manager Telegraphs,  Montreal
Sent No.
Rec'b by
Time  Sent
Time  Filed
Check
Send the following  Message, subject to the terms printed on the back hereof, which are hereby agreed to;;
-i £#
/
t  t
/}
i
3 It ia agreed be&mm £__*_■ ie__def erf Ae following meg-sage and this CompMy, that mioVmsLpamf
shall mot be liable for damages arising from failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or
otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher or obscure
messages, or for errors from illegible writing, beyond the amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-
half the regular rate, and in that case it shall not be liable for damages beyond fifty times the amount
received for sending and repeating.
Correctness in the transmission of messages can be Insured by contract in writing, stating agreed
amount of risk, and payment of premium thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge
for repeated messages, viz.: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1000 miles, and two per cent, fer
any greater distance,
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeamr
to forward the telegram by any other Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only
as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not be responsible fer
messages until the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices; if a message is sent
t© such office by one of the Company's messengers, he acts for that purpose as the sender's agent; il by
telephone, the person receiving the message acts therein as agent of the sender, being authorized to assent
t© these conditions for the sender. This Company shall not b'3 liable in any case for damages, unless i§s$
s&me be claimed, in writing, within sixty days after^eceipt of the-t^egram (oT^panBtmsimn,
Mm e_n9_e#we ef the C®m®mw tktkU vwy the _fcmfe__-& CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
H. W. BftQDIE, #
%   General Passenger Agent
i yancouver, B.C.
C. MILLARD, _
Depot Ticket Agent,
Vancouver, B.C.
OFFICE   OF   THE   DEPOT   TICKET   AGENT
VANCOUVER, B.C. July    20,1912
In your reply refer to No.
Memo, for Mr. G. foombs:-
Miss Hardy has been unexpectedly called out
of town and requests her reservations to be cancelled*
Please hold her ticket until shoeturns* Letters addressed
123C8L_J_e Wood Drive, Sity. will find her.
•\ .1
04 £om
wqqimtwmtq
gNNf   iOta     Jf*
d j 1 IlllCANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAYli
Good for Tourist Sleeping Car Accommodation
WINNIPEG to MONTREAL, Que. |«
Lower Berth Ne.
U    7M-^"
NOTTRANSFERAILE!   .
Passenger Traffic Manage*
Good for th!* Date And Car Only
CAR   CONC.JCTOR'S
Portion of Ticket
Form 1042        NO.
[SEE OTHER SIDE]
6681
U^CAN ADIAK PACJ FIG RAILWAY
Good for Tourist Sleeping Car Accommodation
CALGARY, Alta. to WINNIPEG |»
Lower Berth Nc,
M.TRAIN ;
Oar»o.
W I MB*
Not good if detached
NOT TRANSFERABLE     from portion  bearing
signature.
Good for this Date and Car Only
CAR CONDUCTOR'S
Portion of Ticket
Form 1042        No.
[-BE OTHER SIDE]
6681
^aNADAttPACtfie^ railway:
Good for Tourist Sleeping Car Accommodation
VANCOUVER, B.C. to CALGARY g
.CS_
Lower Berth No.
m; TfiAfN:
•C_*j_o.
NOT TRANSFERABLE
Good for this Dat<
CAR   CON
Portion
Form 104 2 N
[SEE OTHER SIDE]
______________B__-_.
Vancouver, B.C. to Montreal, Que
BACK
_
ON DATE STAMPED ON BACK
TOURIST CAR
Lower Berth No. I Car No
z
ui —
CO
_2cm
NOT   GOOD   FOR
This portion of Ticket is of :
the Porter of Car, who will send,
of Passenger Receipts at end
Tourist Sleeping Ca
Portion of "ivie
Form 1042
No.
6681
&S8CAN ADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Vancouver, B.C. to Montreal, Que.
ON   DATE   STAMPED   ON   BACK
TOURIST CAR
LOWER   BERTH
Lower Berth No.       I Carjfot-
J%    !
PASSENGER TO RETAIN  THIS
Portion of \ioket
NOT  GOOD   FO^J^|AJ5SAGEn
This portion of Ticket is oONw_jwjJ£|exce|
the passenger to identify a^omVi
NOT   TRANSFER/
Form 1042
No. "1
Not good unless accompanied by
V Si-O-T^ailway passage tickets as
may be required fbr passengers
occupying tie accoz&moda-fon
indlcat-d   *
Not good' unless accompanied by
such railway passage tickets as
may be required for passengers
occupying tbe accommodation
indicated
h
Not good unless accompanied by
aueh. rail>?eay:„i^3jage^tickets as
may be required for passengers
occupying tbe accommodations
indicated. Form 850 S
CANADIAN   F
ROYA
Good for SECOND CABIN PASS/
Amount paid
$ !*...>
ro
pi
©
125
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
(Via Direct I_ine)
From Station Stamped on Back
of tills Coupon
TO
QUEBEC, Que.
__0D ONLY FOR 30 DAYS FROM DATE OF ISSUE
Good only when presented with
Ocean S.S. Ticket
Baggage liability is limited to wearing
apparel not exceeding $100 in value.
No.     56398
COMPANY'S
J       ;    yVER(C-TY)
fcAl.i9i.._r
II44S
SECOND CLASS
_0T C00D IF DETACHED
NO STOP-OVER ALLOWED
II  | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | I
IIJ^CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY^;
This Ticket will be acceptedjor >*V. .J?3?7. .(     .V...   ...) Second Cabin I
named below
From
in the Company's S.S
accepted for >*V.. J]yy.	
• /^    _ /I'm favifXof persons nan
 y™3^......3....m)3.» TO
(the diggers and accidents ofAthe sea/sand navigation, of whatsoever nature and kind, excepted)
.)^^337...
1 /\                                      NAMES                          Y\
AGE    J
...3t\
1 \ /i
I • • "a **^y*	
1               •                                                          y^
1                         *                  y"^
   :..'/:k
yT                             f
Adults                    *Ghildbbn                       Infants          1
1  *W|    —\    —\
"Sȣ
or in any other that may be substituted
to leave ^___*___ m ._. .^	
about ...33&3.. QM I9l.fr.
As the Steamships which sail trim (Montreal generally depart at
daybreak, passengers must embar^jon the evening previous to the
advertised sailing date any time after 8 o'clock, unless otherwise advised.
333m*.m>&.
Passenger Traffic Manager
NOTICE TO AGENT :-If used for return passa^the^umhir of
the ticket issued In connection herewith must be shown. Ii only for
one-way passage this portion must he struck out.
ISSUED IN CONNECTION WITH
FORM.
 NO. FOR RETURN.
SEE   CONTRACT   ON   BACK
I
Form 850 S       No.     56398
Canadian Pacific Railway Company's
Royal Mail Steamship Lines
ATLANTIC   SERVICE
Embarkation Slip
^_T" Not to be detached from the Ocean Ticket
except by the Chief Steward or Company's Agent at
port of embarkation.
Steamer,
nbarkation. /v
 Vj. oinn)^..(^
Sailing	
Room ...Jt?L?.
NAMES OF PASSENGERS
/\      NAMES OP P.
P^.... Adults... TTTrr.... Children
 33333. Infants
SECOND   CABIN
Am't Passage Money, $
Via S.S. to.
and thence to	
.V_\V4_
This must be filled/up by Selling Agent FormSSOS No. 56398
CANADIAN   F COMPANY'S
ROYAL MAIL  STEAMSHIP  LINES,,      '
Good for SECOND CABIN PASSAGE      ATLANTIC service      |ssued »t.;. 	
Amount paid
$ L
This Ticket will be acceptedjor y^..(Xy. .(
* /^M.    c\ 0m 'av(^0' Persons named below
From y^^-.:...».::-.-3*
) Second Cabin Passage
\  in the Company's S.S..
(the dMjgers and accidents ofAthe sea/sand navigation, of whatsoever nature and kind, excepted)
1  /x                                          NAMES                           Y\
AGE
 \ /)
*             y^
a                                    ^y
•          13^
%          M S~m
^7                7m
^y               r
Adults             *j     * Children                        Infants
1 *(_>«*!   -~-1   -~
to leave.
.2S«_
or in any other that may be substituted
about 3..y3*.\3337i.. W.3* 191...P..
As the Steamships which sail trim (Montreal generally depart at
daybreak, passengers must embaNe on the evening previous to the
advertised sailing date any time after 8 o'clock, unless otherwise advised.
Passenger Traffic Manager
NOTICE TO AGENT s—If used for return passage the number of
the ticket issued in connection herewith must be shown. It only for
one-way passage this portion must he struck out.
ISSUED IN CONNECTION WITH
FORM NO.. FOR RETURN.
SEE   CONTRACT   ON   BACK
Form 850 S       N0.     56398
Canadian Pacific Railway Company's
Royal Mail Steamship Lines
ATLANTIC   SERVICE
Embarkation Slip
___T" Not to be detached from the Ocean Ticket
except by the Chief Steward or Company's Agent at
port of embarkation. /v
 L> (wJ^...cJL
1.191 X
Steamer.
Sailing	
Room ...f?L.^
/\      NAMES OF PASSENGERS       i     I      AGE
_S6.-_M..I^_W
[^....Adults .377^37... Children
 33333. Infants
SECOND   CABIN
Am't Passage Money, $
Via S.S. to
and thence to	
Agent
This must be £%dA_p by Selling Agent y
?\
CONTHAOT
IT IS MUTUALITY AGREED that this ticket is issued by the Company and accepted by the passeiiger subject to the conditions :
1.   In this document the expression "the Company's lines"   means any  vessel jor   line of vessels operated by  the  Canadian   Pacific
Railway Company, andAhe expression " other lines " means a vessel or line of vessels or conveyance operated by any other party.
%.   This ticket is lot transferable, and if presented by any other than the person named therein will be taken up and full fare collected.
3. The Company does not contract for the transportation of the passenger or his baggage beyond the Company's lines so defined as aforesaid,
and where fare is received by the Company to a point on any other line it is on the understanding that as to whatever amount is required to meet
the charges on every such other line, the Company acts only as agent for the passenger to arrange for his transportation over such other line or lines.
4. All responsibility of the Company for any loss or injury whatsoever is limited to loss or injury happening on Company's lines so defined a_
aforesaid, and in case any loss or injury happens to the passenger or his baggage whereby any legal liability for the same is incurred, the carrier in
whose actual custody o| upon whose line the passenger or baggage is at the time of happening of such loss or injury, shall alone be answerable
therefor.
5. The Company's vessels shall have liberty to proceed without pilot, to tow and assist vessels in all situations, to put back or into any port,
at the discretion of the Master, and if prevented by any cause from proceeding in the ordinary course, to transfer the passengers to any other vessel
bound for the port of destination, whether belonging to the Company or not.
6. The Company will use all reasonable means to insure the vessel being sent to sea in a seaworthy state and well found, but neither the
Company nor the Passage Broker or Agent, is otherwise liable for loss of, or injury to, the Passenger or his baggage, or delay in the voyage, whether
arising from the act of God, King's enemies, fire, robbers, thieves, perils of the" sea, rivers or navigation, collision, accident to or by machinery,
boilers or steam, or the wrongful act,negligence or default of the Company's servants (whether on board the vessel or not), defect in the vessel, her
machinery, gear or fittings, or from circumstances arising out of or connected with the employment of the Company's vessels in the service of His
Majesty or the Government of any colony or any foreign power or from anyother cause of whatsoever nature.
7. The Company s|hall not be responsible for the maintenance, nor for the loss of time of any passenger during any detention consequent on
the vessel for which this ticket is sold riot leaving at the appointed time, or consequent on any detention whatsoever during the voyage caused by
accident or otherwise, hdwsoever, and all sailing dates are subject to change.
8. The Company reserves the right to re-berth its passengers by its agents or Pursers in the event of.a substitution of any steamer for that on
which this ticket is sold !
9. The Company shall not, in any case be liable in excess of twenty-five dollars ($25) for loss of or injury to specie, money, bullion, jewellery,
precious stones or other valuables, unless they are given to the Purser and'a special receipt obtained therefor, nor for loss of or injury to baggage or
for goods carried as baggie unless the value of the same is declared before shipment and freight paid accordingly.
•10..Each adult Second Cabin passenger is allowed 20 cubic feet of space for Baggage free, and passengers travelling on half rate in like proportion
All exceeding this will besubject to a charge but the vessel will not be accountable for Merchandise, Notes, Bonds. Documents Specie, Bullion
Jewellery, Valuables, not Stores to be landed, under the designation of Baggage, unless Bills of Lading are regularly signed-'and freight paid
thereon." Birds and *do£S,or other animals will not be carried as baggage. An additional charge will be made for their carriage in accordance with
the Company's regulations in that behalf. •
 _____________™_________  __! 3^%'   The Company does not undertake to embark or disembark Passengers or Baggage.
I5-.   Passengers are to pay for whatever Wines, Spirits, Malt Liquors or Mineral Waters they may be furnished with
13. All questions arising on this contract shali be decided according to the law of England. •
14. Passengers to comply with regulations established for general comfort and safety of passengers.
15. This ticket is available only for the date for which issued.
CAUTION.-~To prevent the possibility of robberies occunng before the vessel leaves the^vharf, passengers
are requested to be careful to leave their baggage in charge of the Company's servants only, and to give monev,
iewellery and other valuables in care of the Purser, who will issue a receipt and deposit %* articles in the vessel's safe,
♦Dogs will not be carried unless accompanied by a special licence from the British Board of Agriculture &hich
must be obtained from the Secretary. 4, Whitehall Pia.ce, London, S.W.
STAMP HERE B. Arnum,
Auditor
Montreal i
of Agenciesf
Vancouver, B.C. January 30th, 1936
Value
^ear 3ir:«
Vancouver City Ticket Office issue to
Miss Isibel Wapier Harder.
Pons 850S #56398 Quebec to Liverpool
..11448 #25601 Vancouver to Quebec
m  1042 # 66S1    ..   to Montrealt
City Ticket A^ent, T.H.Dunlop, advised that when
cleaning out pigeon holes and drawers in safe he found the enclosed
envelope, containing the above mentioned ticktta, in thu back of ant
of the drawers.
You will note that these tickets ware issued June 13th,
1912, but that the reservation was evidently cancelle4 and ticket®
to be held for refund*
All record® around that date have been destroyed, and
I am unable to advise any particulars of this sale.
It is possible that Ir.G.Coombe might be in a position
to tell us somthi^g about this transaction, but I considered it
advisable to lift tickets and enclose to you for investigation at
Montreal*
Memo, dated July 20th was evidently signed by Mr, Trapp
who was a clerk in 0.P.Agent's Office about that time, afterwards
being transferred to the Ocean Ticket Office here*
Yours trulyf
T.A, " m
33 ///////// ^B,ncouver, B.C.  Jany.25th/26.
C.  J.  Slack t  Sttq.,
Auditor of'Agendoe* 0 236*24.
Montreal*
Bear Sift*
San ^ranciaeo $ Los * Angelae.
Referring te your letter 9th inst,  and returning copies
ef Agent*s application of Dec.30th and Vioe^Breeldent'e reply Jany.tth.
General Areata,  and fieket Agents*  at San Prancisc© and,
£0* Angelos are all of the opinion that the practice of issuing and
supplying tickets- to outside agents in advance of actual going dates
cannot be avoided. Broker© and Travel Bureaus are dealing with
passenger* residing in tho surrounding districts and they evidently
require tickets in hand for prompt delivery when intending, passenger
calls,  or is being called upon,  at broker1 __  office.
It has bean stated that the Can.   Hational and other
competing companies Fill do anything within raa&on to obtain tho good
will and support of these, varioue agents and bureaus,  and there is a.
feeling, that their agents are- allowed to extend nsaaonable privltlegeo
that regulations prohibit our agents from doing, this leada to a
practice of their exceeding authority granted,  and they would like to
obtain authority that will  enable thea to cov®r such a situation.
It ia  not their wish to establish a general practice of
handing out tickets several days in advance of actual requirement;  but
I am eatiefied that this is frequently a necessity*
•It is to ba regretted that Hr.   Ifaaon did not enter &
little nore'inte detail in his application to Mr* Ogden.  A seven day's
ore&lt will no doubt cover the situation as far a*, deliveries to agents
in San Francisco,  Oakland,   and nearby towns J But when sending tickets
to rail 'agent! some distance away I doubt if one weekjs credit «.vill
always be sufficient* There is nore necessity to supply tickets;.  in
advance Of.going date©,  to euch points,  and the delay in mailing
tickets and checks between agents ^ill no doubt cause eredlt to be
extended beyond seven days. Wo doubt this point will have to be raised
in the near future. In the meantime I have written agent at per copy
attached* Yours truly,
3 . _rm. /// **•***§>* %* c» ^ny. _.&«•-«♦
1_ V. tratri*, -_**.».
. §i*t-«i Af*jfff I
Dear sir.*
Pl_HI*]***v
tiek-t* a*!**®*** t» fraa.p©rtnti«ii c«_tyan_-«*
and *f_w*X i-;ur_aua *, i >r«a*:_a«* en Z_Q»V_ft
X hmrm u&mm cmtifirr&m* wy uf.__r* tiding that, in „i__St
y*u war* tm&kmrX$m£ te dmXXrmr tickat* %& certain ?rai__p*r-*t_.oft Coy**
And Trmml *ur_? -*_.r IttSt-Nl _r_«!it»  .-nd an *-M-t**$»f **ff of %W»
C,_V_-l *«__'• X«tt-r _*r K5A-3 earring, Ala* c*j»y cf hi_ _©t_.r JVXy
X nts af -_*_* y*ar t* !£r* jt.INV-llai* In *n.«*r ta tits l»tt*r'» l«tt*r of
lit* 7-_ty_
l_._,e* $_•_$ mm
week *r«iit to
i yowr current
a*»ll«l-_* for in
toto thai %__« v„-.»p,
trave-
It ios and
dlX always
It tsust, »£ coura«t b* u__<
n*t inta?**** p. a_ *_.*<! i i e*1h
far iisretlifcta '.*_•,  t&* _.a>. Id >■
th* practi?* of at* ir
pai.*rpr*_\ v the hr_k@f%
Y*u *_ua not* th**,   ■ ws*,
mm *_?___•, un*! ye*- ~a-_r* >h* careful  to sae  VKa*
•9*t*tdWt»
T*r«-A
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IS
■ *f Airary to
{?_*   aft •'_**
\t%p.m t*
..ty it n«_
Plea.* **n_ _** espy af **r.
-_«•» lett*r ef July ll/__a_
'/our* truly,
_.A_
W. B. Tho®, En _.»
th* above for your _nfoi_a_t_o_t« X preeuaie that yon hat*
since made application to Mr. Ogden to cover th. situation at Log AngoXofc;
A.W.I. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
tf/M
G-_3ME4      Montreal,     January 9th,  X926.
C. J. BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.  W-  URWIN,
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM
ASST.  AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
km  Km  Pennant, Esq*,
Travelling Auditor,
fancouver, B-C.
Dear Sirt-
San Francisco & Los Angeles*
Referring to your letter S6th ult.* wherein
you state Agent San Francisco was unable to produce similar
authority (referring to Mr* Ogden*s instructions of July 2nd*
1915 to Agent Los Angeles authorising credit to So. Pacific
Ry* Agents) covering His officem
I attach copy of Mr* Ogden*s letter to Ticket
Agent San Francisco dated July 17th, 192$*  This answers Agent's
letter of July 11th, 1925 which covers Crabtree*s Travel Offices
in Oakland, Fresno, Berkeley and Stockton* Southern Pacific
Agents, San Jose, Fresno, Stockton, Sacramento and Oakland*
Western Pacific Agents at San Jose and Oakland.  Santa Fe Agents
at San Jose and Oakland - also other Southern & Western Pacific
Agents who ask for space from time to time*
I also attach copy of my letter to Agent San
Francisco October 25th, 1925 covering credit for Railways and
Travel Bureaus in. San Francisco,that mentioned above covering
Agents of the Railways etc♦, outside the city*
I note Mr* Ogden*s authority dated January 7th,
1926 in reply to Agent's application of December 50th, 1925 *
copy attached, which please return - is for one week, and covers
both in and outside San Francisco*
Sou'will note, howevert  that the previous credit
allowed for Agents in San Francisco was only 48 hours, whereas
the present auth-ority covering Agents in and out of the City,
is for one week* Is there any necessity to deliver tickets to CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
C. J.  BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.  W.  URWIN.
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
MONTREAL,
km  W- Tennant, Esq-,
~2~
Soliciting Agents several days before delivery to passengers ?
If not, there is no need for a week*s credit, and same should
be reduced (at least for agents in the City) to 48 hours*
Please let me hear fron yon fully on this
point*
lours truly%
Auditor of Agencies* O-C C 0 P Y )
Montreal July 17th, 192$.
A»P*Villain, Esq. ,
Ticket Agent, Can. Pac. Rly*,
San Francisco, Cal*
Dear Sir:-
Referring to your letter of July 11th-,
th^ arrangement you mention may be carried out, but you
should see that the accounts are paid promptly, and in case
t;:ere is any delay, no further tickets are to be delivered*
lours truly,
Vice-President* Qa{   C   0   P   Y    )
U/M
G-256424 October  25 th,   192J*
Km   1. Travis, Esq*,
Ticket Agent,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
San Francisco, Cal*
Dear Sir:-
Tickets delivers** to Transportation
Companies and Travel Bureaus in San
Francisco on their I* 0* ^*	
Referring to General Agent 3ason*s letter
of 27th September to myself, copy of which you sent to
Mr. Ogden, Vice-President*
That gentleman has decided to allow you to
deliver tickets to the following Companies in San Francisco
in exchange for their I„0*i7vs.  The latter must be redeemed,
however, within forty eight hours, and if there is any delay
in making settlement no further deliveries must be made until full settlement has been made*
Sou. Pac. > Northern Pacific,
Union Pacific, Rock Island,
Santa Pe, C.B. & Q* 4
Western Pacific, Chicago L  Northern,
Chicago, North Western, Cunard S.S-. Line*
Chiacago,Milwau__ee A St Paul,  Thos* Cook & Sons,
Penn, & N*Y*C*t American Express Co. Travel Dept*
B & 0. , Raymond & Whitcomb, Tour.Agents,
Can. Xat'l., Peck Judah, Travel Bureau,
Great Northern, Chas. Leeke*
Please acknowledge receipt and advise if
thoroughly understood by all concerned*
Yours truly,
Auditor of Agencies*
i CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C. J.  BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.  W.  URWIN.
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
MONTREAL,
Jan.  7th,   1986.
COPY
Em W.  Travis,   Ssr>#>
City Ticket Agent,
San Francisco,   Cal,
Dear Sir;-
It will be allrighl/to    allow credit not to exceed
one week,  in any case*  to the following parties*    In case any
account should not be paid within that time,  you will  discontinue
the arrangement  and advise me.
Railways *
Southern Pacific
Union Pacific
Santa Fe
Western Pacific
Steamship    &    Tourist Agents*
Thomas Cook A Son.
Peck Judah.
Pacific Steamship  Co.
Raymond & Whitcoinbe-
American Express Co.
Loss    Angeles Steamship  Co.
Crabtrees Travel^Office, Berkley.     Crabtrees Travel Office,  Oakland
*- _________________________        ff. __ _ _ mum mm
E.  F.  Plixon.
Edward _s Mullin.
C.  ,7. Black,  Es(i_,
for your information.
I.   _♦ Ogden.
D _
Vice -'President
Dean ft Dawson Tours,
Pranks Tours.
Yours truly,
Vice-President. J-a?.  7 th,   1986.
1 0 P  Y
S* w,  'IJriria,  Esq.,
_&% Ticket  a-ent,
Pan Francisco,   C.l.
Dear Sir;-
It will bs  aUri^hI .o    allow credit not to exceed
one week,  in any  case,   to the following parties.    In case any
account should not be paid within th-_t time, you will discontinue
•_he arrangement  mi. ad^ia.s _-««
Railways.
Southern Pacific Santa Fe
Union Pacific Western Pacific
Sta^iship    A    Tourist Jlr^nts.
Tiioii Mi Sfeafc i _fe»« -.a$^j«$ fe WLutcos-be.
P.ck ^ui 7i, teerie_: reae Co.
? tc 1 fio Ste __-.Ii75  Co • _-»_*_    Aryeles Steyhi i:   Co.
Cr*b trees  "!r t«r .1 Office, Berkley.     Crab trees Tr.-wel Office,  Oakland
v*   '*.   !ll--*»- _%J_»ci Dawson Tours,
Elw.rl i «ullin- W*wtm Tours.
Yours truly,
Vice-President.
C.   .T.  Black,   5a<l_»
For your iis77>t,-..._tior»
?.   _.  Qgilen.
a
?ioe
-'President C J.  BLACK,
%
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.  W.  URWIN.
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
COPY itiMAtW, San Francisco Dec. 30th.   1986,
ASST. AUD.TOR OF AGENCIES ^'^      FranCliSCO       0^31-   .
Mr, I_ G. Ogden, Fice-President.
C. P. _„ Montreal, Que.,
Dear Sir:-
•
Travelling Auditor has questioned City Ticket Agent abouthis
authority to allow tickets from the office on I„0#U*s. This credit
is allowed in the majority of cases on sleeping car tickets and
tickets are frequently forwarded to Agencies several days in advance
of delivery to passengers, resulting in items being carried in his
0/S until tickets have been actually delivered to passengers.
The following is a list of these and I wish you would give City
Ticket Agent E. W. Traves authority to extend credit for a reasonable time. San Francisco
Southern Pacific - Authorized! Agents)  and
Sante Fe,              ■       * ) General Agency
Union Pacific          ■       w  ) Territory
Thomas Cook ft Sons - San Francisco
Raymond ft Whitcomb    "     "
Peck Judah "     "
American Express n "
Pacific Steamship Co       " "
Los Angles S.S.Co. " "
Crabtrees Travel Office, Berkley.
Crabtrees Travel Office, Oakland
E."F.   Rixon - Dean ft Dawson Tours,  San Francisco
Eiwards ft Mullin - Franks Tours,
W II
Yours very truly,
F. L. Bason.
cc to Mr, A. W. Tennant. General Agent. 0
,
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r* o p  t
7/37/
San
Fr .in cla co
Credit, ■
Mr,
' y m
I.  G.
a     ('-a
0£lcn,  fj
Montre:ilf
'eaid.
int.
De.-*r
Sir:
__*
//////// Sill frr__rici^au Dec.SOth.   1&£5#
1 **  o "•   1
fj?ra?allir,:;: Auditor h._s oueationei Citj  fieket A^nt atoutfai*
tu^horitj   lo   _aiow &i^.;jta f;' u tu« office on I*O.Ufaa  Tula erelit
la  illcrstl In  the mxfpritj  of c-.iges on sleeping car tioketa and
tickets   ire fre^uentl^  forwarded to  A^wnciea aereral iagri in  advance
of delirary to p-yjaenuer**,  result in j 1)   it#t__a bu;.riv carried in __ia
o/S until ticheta hmfn De^n actually   delivered to A-xmrn^ra*
Th^ following ia * Ii_>t of bb«sa and I *"i&h you  -fouii ^ira Cit^
ISld&et Asent % w#  fr.waa authority to extend credit for & ra^aon-
:;tbla tiae* * S--*n franciftC
Southern Pacific    *    Authorise-.Li Amenta)      :ma
8&&te _?§ *:';*"! General A^enc^'
Union Pacific * *    ) Territory
Thorns Cook, ft Sons    - San Francisco
Ryrjonl ft *¥hi&co_i_b " •
&____»__    Tti m *
i   O __■*_.     *■* __ •_■ -3____
A,'!oric_n IxpitW * "
?__#$#!- Steamship * w
Los Angles S.B.Co.
Crabtrees Travel Office, Berkley.
Cr.ibtrses Tr_vel Office, Oakland
&  fa   _ixon - Dean ft Dawson Tours, San Francis.*
-     Edwards ft Muliin - Franks Tours, * w
Yours ver_   truly,
F. L.  RassBi
cc to Mr,  A. %  Tennant. General Agent. //////// Vancouver, B.O. Jany>23rd/26.
W.   H* -Thorn|  2.8 q_ ,
City Ticket Aff*at9
Los Angeles*
Daar Sir:**
Cash Advances  from Local Treasurer.
Referring to attached -uele^raae dated yesterday, asking
Mr* Byrne for amounts of #750.  and #750/
You place Local Treasurer in an awkward position, as he
is not authorised to advance you more that f750* within the same day.
Had you sent one wire last night and another dated this
morning, both amounts would have perhaps heen transferred today before
closing hours of hank and offices*
However, X think it advisable that you follow instruetiona
recently giv*»t &n& wire Mr.  Ogdell direct when amount required hy yon
exceeds your authorised cash balance.
Please acknowledges
Yours truly, -y
7
32-<y FORM  101
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
INTER-DEPARTMENT
CORRESPONDENCE
FILE
JL *•" O ***' il.
SAN FRANCISCO,       73BO m    20,    1 &B 5.
San Francisco Credits
Ht*  Im  G.   Ogden,  Vice President,
Cs P. i-.Mont real f     uebee«
Bear Sir:
Traveling Auditor has questioned City Ticket Agent about hie
authority to allow tickets from    the office on I. O.TJfs_    Thie
credit ie allowed in the majority of cases on sleeping car
tickets and tickets are frecuently forwarded to Agencies
aeveral days  in advance of  delivery  to passengers, resulting
in items being carried  in hie Outstandings until tickets have
been actually delivered to passengers*
The following ie a list
give City Ticket Agent !
credit for a reasonable
of these ?/hom I wish you would
_.   dm Travis authority to extend
lex^gth of tli&ei
Francisco
Southern Pacific * Authorised Agents)
Sante Pe • n      )
Union Pacific * tf       )
Western Pacific • n       )
Thomas Cook & Son -San
Haymond & V.'hitcoxab    n
PeciC Judah lf
arican Sxpress n *
pacific steatBahipOo.*1
l*oa Angeles SS.Co      i ■
Crabtree^ Travel  Office, Berkeleyt
Crabtreef a Travel   Offi ce,'Oakland *
•Eixon - Bean & Dawson Toura -
Bd-vards & loiilin - Franks Tours,-    n
San -Francisco and
General Agency
Territory.
Francisco
it
Yours  very truly,
General Agent•
BaT :FU
ce to Mr.   .1* ...Tennant   JGPY.
file 1-3-4.
_os Angeles, Califs December 8th, 1925.
Sleeping Gar tickets issued and mailed to outside—
agents placed O/s until payment received.
Mr. C. J. Black,
Auditor of Agencies,
Montreal,  Quebec.
Your A-296110-8.
We have  on file,   in this office,  a  letter from
Mr.  I.   6.   Ogden,  Vice-President,   authorising us
to give credit  to different   agencies  of  the
Southern'Pacific Railway.     I have been under  the
impression that'this also applied to railway and
tourist  agents.
I am attaching hereto a copy of the letter in question.
Will you please advise me  if you still wish instructions
contained in jour letter carried out.
wrt/ak.
City Ticket Agent. Office of the Auditor     Agencies.
Montreal, _uecember 4th, 1925.
0/S.
?ile A-296110 S
Mr. W. B* Thorn,
City Ticket  Agent,
Los Angeles,   Calif*
Sleeping Gar tickets issued and mailed to
outside agents placed o/S .until payment
received*
Please see your letter to me file 1-^-4 of
August 28th.
it i s necessary in the interests of traffic to
issue and mail sleeping car tickets to agents of
other roads, tourist agencies, etc. authority for
doing so should be obtained from Mr. Ogden-  Please
have application made to him, giving list of railway ..companies*, tourist agencies, etc. to whom it is
necessary to mail tickets and stating length of time
required.
When doing so, kindly send me copy of your letter.
0. J. Black,
Auditor    of Agencies.
COPY. COPY.
Office  of the Vice-President*
Montreal,   July 2nd,  1915*
A.  A.  Polhamus,   Esq*
Gen.Agt.   Pass.Dept*
Los Angeles^       Calif*
Dear  Sir:
Referring to yours of 2 6th.
I understand that it is necessary for you to send
a few tickets to different agencies of the Southern .
Pacific Baiiway, for slec    car passage*
This will be your authority to send such tickets, but
you should take care that if you do not hear within
a few days from such an office, the tickets should again
be withdrawn, as it would show there would be no necessity
for them to be there*
Yours truly,
I. G. Ogden,
Vice-President* 3.A^33l.   <3^f, 3/y      /k^y*
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^33^733c^>t tf   3p    43^-^m-^  C.J.  BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.  W.  URWIN,
A&ST.  AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM
ASST.   AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
u/s*
6-256424       Montreal,     December 2nd* 1925*
km  We  Tennant,  Saq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B*G.
Bear Sir:- Cash Balances at San Francisco & Los Angeles
lours of Hove__tber 11th.    I wired you today
that  :
"Xou may instruct agent Los Angeles when cash advances
required exceeding authorized cash balance to wire
Vice-President,  Finance,direct instead of Local
Treasurer*
I note j*ur latter refers to Los Angeles only.
In placing tbe matter before Mr.  Ogden,  San Francisco wa^&lso
included,however, so that should a similar difficulty arise
there, you may instruct that agent also to wire Vice-President
direct, ao that Local Treasurer, Vancouver, may be authorised
to arrange the required advance*    If there has not been, nor
likely to be, any occasion for similar request from San Francisco, it might be as well to leave the matter as it stands*
lours trulyt
Auditor of Agencies  rOnM  -MB.
ieftAPH-
TELEGRAM
CABLE CONNECTIONS TO ALL THE WORLD
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal,
"V3  %&
MONTREAL QUE     DEC 2-2 5
A  W   TENNANT
TRAVELLING   AUDITOR  VANCOUVER  8C
YOUR  LETTER  POTENT   INST YOU   MAY    INSTRUCT   NEVER   EARNEST  WHERE
PISTON   REttU I RED    EXCEEDING   BENIGHTED  PIOUS   TO WIRE  OFFSET
FIRTH .DIRECT   INSTEAD   OF   OPINION  WRITING   REPLY
C  J   BLACK
17 K ///////// Vancouver,  B.C.   fTowemhor ll/S5
Audi/ iciae,
?ro ntreal •
Dear sir:-
Yo
wire !
to
?G0«   tfsy   c
G-236424.
Angelos •*
0 :>ober  27tn  X'
.ember?
i. __ %3 *
i 4*        -ft mr* ,
DiOS,    to
er
te credit arrangement with the initial lines 3-ftK*.ytt£a*aa
at Los   Angelos  necessitates  funds "being available   the day  following
atfe   request  for same,   I  i .re would   b of
, onal  ^ay if meeeagee ■ rough
r for the Vic**President1 kority, ll
the
hy    -
-0   postpone
&s_
I ding i
this point,   in
-} i on t  fi 116 c i cil   a
.til hearing
ai
iU *.  Jt,  _#J
i   truly,
t. y CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
. Xv
C. J.   B_.A<_»_,
AUDITOR  OF AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN.
ASST.  AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
8.   ARNUM
ASST.  AUDITOR  OF   AGENCIES
0/M
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
2 5 6 4 2 4   Montreal,  October 27th, 1925*
A. W- Tennant, Esq. ,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C*
Dear Sir:-
k^Misl^,- ffiSiH .Baaaifti
lours of 20th instant.
tt is not in order for agent to make several
amplications to Local treasurer on tke same date for advances
cf the amount of authorised cash balance, in order to make up
a larger amount required by him to pay initial lines, and you
should have him understand, this, and also Local Treasurer.
When s&ch an amount is required over amount of
cash balance authorized - agent should wire Local Treasurer
advising him of amount specially required,and giving him reasons
for which it is required.  Local Treasurer should not arrange
advance until he has advised Mr. Ogden of amount thus specially
required giving particulars, and obtained his consent to make
same.
Please advise when you have instructed all concerned, and have Mr* McConnell also note.
lours truly,
Auditor of Agenei/Mf. //////// Vancouver, B*C> Oct. 20th,19k;5
C* Js Black, Esq.,
Auditor of Agencies, G~236424,
Montreal.
Bear Sir:*
Los  Angelee,  Cash Balance.
The attached copies of telegrams  exchanged between Local
Treasurer and Agent, Los Angeles,   are aelf explanatory.
Anent  evidently required about $3000.00 to meet hie
obligations to initial lines,   and was asking for same in amounts  of
#1200.00 #  He overlooked the fact  that after September 50th hie working-
fund waa  to be reduced to  |?50.00,   and that Local  Treasurer could'not
advance  in excess of that amount.
You will  note that four .separate  requests had to be made
on Local Treasurer,  involving the expense of no less than tM r t eoir Aj 1
telegrams,  to obtain the amount  required by agent.
Is thia undenstood,   and is  it in order Tor agent to
make several  applications on the same date,  making up the  total amount
required by him.  Bo you consider that Local Treasurer is duly authorised
to make several  advances  of |750.   within the fcaxae date?
We doubt this  transaction covered the ticketing of tome
special  party,   and. agent it  not likely to   require such a large amount
in his  transactions between now and Hay next.   If this method of obtaining,
an unlimited amount  is  not  xn order I  think  the matter should be made
clear to  all concerned.
Yours  truly,
JL • A. CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY
MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL &   SAULT   STE. MARIE   RAILWAY
DULUTH, SOUTH  SHORE  & ATLANTIC   RAILWAY
FILE l**.>*h4
INTER-DEPARTMENT LOs ANGELES
CORRESPONDENCE
August    19th,   1925,
Mr.  0#   3m Black,
Aftditer of Agencies*
itreel,       luebeo •
Your Ct-E564£4 of August    3rd to lir. A*  L. HoConnell,
?anc ouver.
1 am attaohinf hereto Southern Pacific  City fieket Office
receipt for   J7£9*80,  account form 1648 Hos*   60666,  60G67,
60670 and 60672,  also receipt fron the Southern Pacific
(Pacifio Slectrio Buildi-r Office) for #245.13 covering
for:, 1G48,  Io*  60676f  together    1th  Pacific Stc^iyhip
Company's reaeipt total 5892#35 covering  form 1648,  foe*
60668,   69,   71,   72,   74 and 75*
fhe three receipts attached total f1865*28 which ia the
amount taken to special debit  on my balance ehoet period
exiili:y;   Jul;y 14th and special credit on balance sheet
perio '  em&I •    July 21st ♦    I trust this will clear the
transaction sat dly*
1 do aot expect that v/e will again have occasion to take
special debit as the f  in which we are now handling
forma 1648 is worki-i<    out  quite satisfactorily*    Ift
however, the  occasion arieea, I will handle as outlined
in your letter to  Hr*  MoOoinieil*
y/wBS/M* Oity fieket Agent,
/   Copy * Up* JU  S# McCoir__el_ C.   .T.  Black,  Esq.,
Au di t. s*   »f  _ :•; -_ a c i _ •,
.   ..; •_»   ;*_.!_♦_»   V *_**«•   i
Daar Sir:-
f   i   t   f   a   t  a
G~236424.
L&st Aia^elefty   Cash Bala»ce*
Referriag   _•# 7ear letter J*ly 24tk,  st_sd pr^Ticms
cxctoaw^e' tf cerrempfcadaitcii  r ._?;•--rdiag   i_b©ve.
t % & 3¥.3m**$m< ii tt 1. -:_ t £* e r
-\ci_iio i?jl icl#
fr £]§§;»„,   da ..--d Jviy
it:.m"iu   Chit
c&jiit a*xvaisice_i  xsi
&&k$d f*r thu  f4i:
ia   tt 3 id 4at   w..., 3 \ _ .;ui 1 ag c _,- .hi. i u -1
li  flbligfi-tif-ttt   If  initial li-VKft trit
&n ttlf the 4-1200.   *<uth.^ri^ya.  I» faetj   3
lac iidva_wti duiriag jtegaatfcff
%-Tola  ca__.k
i  requ^tttiag
it kat  taly
dittc^uraged.
z.y ynO
1 Ci> 1 Of};')
14- 1200*
0 25* 1'-*  ctr^w pt^yi^ll^.
1?: 1200.
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"__**rj_   -rulyf Canadian Pacific Railway Company
LAND DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B. C,
January 20th, 1922
At an Audit of this Department on DECEMBER 31ST,   1921, your Contract No.
Lots m. Block D.L	
stands as under;
Total Sale Price $...
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Principal Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal Interest
TOTAL
Will you kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN    PROMPTLY  in the
enclosed envelope.    All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Townsite Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
Yours truly,
NEWTON J. KER,
Townsite Agent
Certified Correct:
Date.. V ¥ ¥ _* V rI
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7   -ja-..-- 'ill $p* l#Wt it *___ be i»e«e"
fir M_»t* i1 i receipt fnenf* -_• *t_._P l.fiefl
#r_ __!>-! *_3_g__!7 _-t_p T_ tve recjelved f .lit ^
• anmints fer «_ie_ the forms 1648 are shorn*
TM s ©nly affects a_ent at the 1 _st day of the peried
and by prompt action in paying other lines he ray be
aiet. a veld the special debits ■•
Flea,» obtain  the receipts to support the creuiI referred te
and   send d_not te Mr.Black.
xou can doubtless satisfy the other lines _s to the oorrectne
of the reoei t you ask them to si^n by s_x.*in£ them the cancelled
cheques you isued in payment of the forms 1648.
Please xckgxi acknowledge receipt.
loans Lruly,
Trm. Auditor.
CC.. .C.J.B1 ie£.tj_s ;.
Referring to your   _ *j__$-_ toil. $rt* CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
*       <s
# C. J.  BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.  W.  URWIN.
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
MONTREAL,
R/E.        llYW~"""   August 3rd*  1925,
G - 2 3 6 4 2 4,
A. L. McConnell, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:-
Lo^_An^l£S^^fe_3____.lal___n_2£ •
Agent takes credit on balance sheet week ending July 21st,
for $1865.28 as per list attached, against special debit for same
amount taken on balance sheet week ending July 14th, the total
representing amounts due other lines for tickets received on forms
1648 and on hand in office at end of period.
In this case as a special debit was taken on the balance
sheet it is necessary for agent to attach a receipt from the other
lines, showing they received payment for the amounts shown on the
list, before agent can be allowed the credit. Please write agent to
secure this and let me have same as soon as possible.
Agent should also be instructed that if at the close of the
period he has on hand any tickets secured from other lines on forms
1648,and has not paid the other lines for them that no debit for amount-
due other lines should be taken.  If however agent owes other lines
for tickets and has delivered these tickets and collected the price
therefor, he should take debit for the amount so collected as:-
MDue line for tickets secured on forms 1648, (Nos. ) (Amounts}
Tickets delivered to customers.ft
Later when agent pays other lines and wishes to take credit
against his special debit it will be necessary for him to attach a
receipt from the other lines acknowledging they have received payment
for the amounts for which the forms 1648 are shown•
Thas only effects agent at the last day of the period, and (2)
by prompt action in paying other lines he may be able to avoid
the special debits.
Mr. Tennant has had some correspondence in connection with
this office, I am therefore enclosing you a copy for his file.
Yours truly, %
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G - 2 3 6 4 2 4,
A* L. McConnell, Esq.,
Travailing Auditor,
Vancouver, B*C*
Dear Sir;-
ifi^J_B££l£^^ ♦
Agent takes ore it on balance sheet week ending July 21st,
for 11665.28 as per list attached, .against special debit for same
amount taken on balance sheet week ending July 14th, the total
representing amounts due ether lines for tickets received on forms
1648 and on hand in office at end of period*
In this case as a special debit was taken on the balance
sheet it is nee«6*_Mry for agent tc attach a receipt from the other
lines, showing they receiver    nt for the amounts shown on the
list, before agent can be allowed the' credit, "'lease -rite agent to
secure this and let me have MUM as soon t*;§ -.ossible.
Agent should also be instructed that if at the close of the
period he has on hand any tickets secured froa other lines on forms
1648,and has not paid the other lift e a for them that no debit for amount
due other lines should be taken* If however "rent owss other lines
for tickets and has delivered these tickets and collected the price
therefor, he should take debit for the amount so collected as:-
ftpue line for tickets secured on forms 1648, {Nos.) (Amounts*)
Tickets delivered to ftustoriturs*lf
later when agent pays other lines and wishes to take credit
against his special debit it will be necessary for him to attach a
receipt from the other lines acknowledging thety have received payment
for the amounts for which the forms l4kH are sho^n*
This only effects agent at the last day of the period, and ^ (2)
by prompt action in paying other lines he may be able to avoid
the special debits.
Mr. Tennant has had some correspondence in connection with
this office, I am therefore enclosing you a copy for his file.
Yours truly,
Auditor of Agencies. r.
COPY
L_»  A*gtlta       J*ly  28th  25
Mr/A.  W.   Ttaaaat
Trartlliag Auditor,
■Via c»aTtr.
Dtar Sir/
Thit will ackatirltdgt  rtctipt at ytur lttttr tf Jaly 23rd
ia ctaatctita with, eaah "balaact  aad cash adraactt   rtqairtd tt
lift ftntt 1648.
Thii arraagtmtat I htlitrt will ctTtr tht  aitaatita aad I think will
ht tatitfacttry.
4
All  c«at_at«  tf tht lttttr atttd aad aadtratttd,  I altt  attt that
jta dt  att with at  tt wir.  ftr mtrt thaa $1200.00,   Outtid. tf ttmt
htary dayt wt dt att gtatrally artragt Mtrt thaa $1200.00 a day.
I a_t altt cattiag dtwa ia acctptiag chtqatt tt  a ctatidtrahlt
txttat at  it ctrtaialy it  att ptlicy tt dtlrftr tickttt  aad acctpt
chtqatt  ia pay»tat ftr thtM withtat katwiag Jhat  tht chtqatt art
gttd,   aad thit will girt at mtr* actual cath faadt  tt wtrk ta.
I will adritt yta a lit tit latti?- htw it it wtrkiag tat.
Sgd////    w-._.._ht* COPy Itt Aagtltt,  Jaly 28th 2p
Mr A.w".Ttaaaat ,
Trartlliag Aadittr
Yaactartt
Dtar Sir.
Thit  will ackatwltdgt rtctipt  tf ytar lttttr Jaky 24th,
Ptrtiga liat taltt  ftr Jaly 23rd amtaattd tt $ 3154.43. Malciag
alltwaac t ftr my cath "balaact,   I  figartd tht ctrrtct wataat tt wirt
ftr wat' $2150.00 hat I  ttt katw thit  ctuld hart htta rtdactd hy    •
$200.00.   Tttal cath faadt  ta haad aight- tf Jaly 23rd wat $2485.60.
Thit  tf c.artt  iacladtd __y cath halaact,
Thit wat  aa txctptitaally htary day aad it will  att prthahly
ht  atctttary tt  wirt  ftr tach aa amtuat agaia,   aad will jtxawahky att
ht,   ia ritw tf ytar lttttr tf 23rd.
Sgd....  W.R.Thtm COPY Ltt Aagtltt/ Jaly 27th 25
Mr.A.V.Ttaaaat,
Trartlliag Aadittr
Vaactartr.
Dtar Sir.
Ytar lttttr tf Jaly 18th wi *h rtftrthc* tt   tptcial dtpttitt
aad crtditt  acctaat ftrtiga liat parchattt.
'   _Ttw that wt art agaia authtriztd tt hart a cath balaact
tf $1200.00 I  dt  att  thiak wt  will hart aay difficulty ia thit
ctnatctita.
If I thtald hart I will  adritt yta.
Y-urt  truly
Sgd..  W.__.Tht__ CO$f Ltt Aagtltt  Jaly 27th 25
Mr.A.W.Tta aaat,
Tr art 11 lag Aadittr,
VaactUTtr.
Dear Sir.
Yemr letter if Jmly 15th in Ot ______ ee tie* with cash advancee
frem Lecal Treasurer.
Thie arramge_memt< stems te he werkiitg emt eatisfacterily
amd I believe will be all  right.  I mmderstamd the letter aad will
be gevermed accrdimgly.
In' cemmectiem with the cash receipts   fer the  first
twe weeks    If July*  They amemmted te $36,289.92*   These  ef ceurse de
ket  imclmde cash advances  fre» Treasurer.   Of this  amemmt I deptsited
im the bamk during  tkat pexried #18,473.00 im checks amd the balance
wemld be im cmrremcy.
I  tratt thit  it tht iaftr__atita yta  rtqairt.
Yen rt  t ruly
Sgd. ...W.I-.Thtm <\
COPY Ltt Aagtltt Jaly 27th 25
Mr.A.W.Ttaaaat,
Trartlliag Aadittr,
Vaactartr
Dtar sir.
Thit will ackatwltdgt  rtctipt  tf ytar lttttr tf
Jaly 15th ia ctaatctita with rtctiptt  ftr dtpttitt  ta railtickttt.
I Might  tay that wt  art att takiag dtpttitt  ta rail
tickttt  aad I   _______ wt caa ctatiaat  tt kttp away frtm dtpttitt.
Ytart truly
Sgd....W.R.ThtM FORM   101
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
INTER-DEPARTMENT
CORRESPONDENCE
FILE
SAN  FRANCISCO,
July SSnd,   1925.
"Receipts  for  Deposits-on Rail Tickets*
Mr.  A.  W.  Tennant,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver,  B.C.
Deux Sir:
This will acknowledge receipt   of jour  letter
ox   July 15th f  to Mr.   IV. H. Shorn,   Los  jjigeles f   copy to me,
relative to  handling £$£l deposits   on rail tickets*
The necessary'instruct ions have "been placed  so
that   if any future  passenger wishes  to  pay deposit  on
rail  tickets,   such deposits will be   covered  by the   issue
of form $1648 and   same will be taken to  aocount  through
my cash book.
Yours very truly,
k l^enTV    *
./BI C. J.  BLACK,
AUDITOR  OF AGENCIES
'   CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
r/m
G-236424    MONTREAL, July  24th,   1925.
R.   W.   URWIN.
ASST.  AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
ARNUM
ASST.  AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
A.  W.   Tennant,   Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver,   B.C.
Dear Sir:- Las^ingfil^S^r^CafilL^Ealanfili
I attach copy my wire yesterday.
Now that the cash balance has been restored
it appears to me that this situation has been well covered,
provided Agent acts quickly towards the close of the day in
using his cash receipts for that day to reduce his o/s orders
on other lines.
This action will reduce his receipts carried
overnight for deposit following day, and unless an exceptional
business develops with payments mainly in cheques, there will
be no occasion to make any change in the present arrangements.
Instruct Agent, and have him advise you if this
enables him to meet his obligations.
Yours truly,
3My^y
Auditor of Agencies. 5? COPY OP WIRE )
Montreal July 23rd, 1925
A. W. Tennant,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Los Angeles = With restoration of 11200.00 cash balance,
present draft maximum of same amount apoears ample. Stop.
receipts
Agent may also use his cash feaiaHES of the day to take up
any of his due bills outstanding if this payment can be
made within the day.  Advise him accordingly- Writing
you today.
C. J. Black. ///////
T$   B.C.   July   24tfcl  1S25|
C.   t#   SXikOki   Esq. i
Auditor o_T Ag^ncitt,
?-lontr *«___•
Dtar Sir;-
G- 2-36 424...
Lofc  Angtltn -  C stall Balance*
0 i ryc-sipt "o;
^ffi^tTji" «■* wro *##■ ji'j-i-,t j $-H
P^r co_>y     I..'._._.* i,   i yi  *i*u_#t   taat   x-ii_true:tic^s ..fsill   c-uktlt- ajlli to
.further redact  _uttQUJlit.  of ck.__h ^difuiic^ii.      j5 ■ •■;.....•.-
ITowtver,  I find that agtmt1^  wir* of last night calls
for |2100.O0,   arid tht  attached copy -of my lutttr to him,  t&U  datftj  it.
§ -tl f- *xplana to ry.
As_  already §ugg#at>c.d,  I  im ^fntid that r^cnipts  &n too
aft**  i«* oh#qu«  foiHj   --.nd hi   in  ttmattla  to  n^ir A worki] nd of
|1200.00,
1  i&i ksspinf.   in touch with Local Tr*5i__ur«r daily in this
.matter,   mmA folt ohli*-*d to  advi** him that     • tut should he fe&v&K0*d
th* ifc.-.ou'it c**llod  fur ia SLiutt  ni.-:htfn it-im*
Your*  truly,
E.A.
> Canadian Pacific Railway
LAND  DEPARTMENT
f Com
v_
PANY          o
.NCOUVER, B. C,
January 20th, 1922
At an Audit of this Denartment .
_n DECEMBER 31_5T    1921. vour Contract No... 	
Lots Block	
mm ,            _    mm ,       J
         D.I	
Total Sa
stands as under:
le Price $	
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
PRINCIPAIy
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal          Interest
TOTAL
 :;
7     ■
V
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Will you kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN    PROMPTLY  in the
enclosed envelope.    All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Townsite Agent, Vancouver, B. C,
Yours truly,
NEWTON J. KER,
Townsite Agent
Certified Correct:
Da
te - -	
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I      maa/y
ticket At-fBt,   605 ho.  Spring iff
T.c. ttlen*
rid C*#h Ad*«
r«quir*& to
to my lottw of Mat-*rda__y4
■of &210Q*,   wkxlaQh
pur _*&*-*#*  fr.
fund*}   cm 5ia:
3 0.II5.   for am fe.dTi
«ur credit tiu& uoraiiig.
■u pla&at J__dVJ.**9  by r*tum flail,  total amoumt" of
I gather tiint /our pure hat 9* ytatg^day totalled In tht
vicinity of | .  or you  failed to  taka .ffici-«i en nix r^c^i^'_%
ys ./   iv ,r tforkiag fund to  f& -ir-scd tt of
ar | i ly  t.; A $-siOO*OOf  and yon }_.*d n
4>**JL** *.ica  of ^lli'Jv* § v x Iimb j*y
calltd for 41000.00  (aurfJLua of $100.   to corar ineid* atfcl office a:^***.*)
¥ou cannot anticipata  tiia  aatura of jour racai., ia Titer tha fo!yv.^i\r 4nyt
and   y OU   tb 1   COT^r "*£-*!«* ^^
day* a ^ure. »#ll i .h y«tt'r wrki sd Uo ^yyJQ.GO.
Hy li -Jc$__   iaim**si  ^o.t-iiii  wl-j^-i'^   —'tu I   u_/i.it   till i  in
undaratood.  ?!&_-._-■* a ay*
l«i_*4   f
■w
m ■*<_• Canadian Pacific Railway
LAND  DEPARTMENT
r comi
v_
PANY          o
.NCOUVER, B. C,
January 20th, 1922
At an Audit of this Denartment <
_n DECEMRER 31ST    1921.  vour Contract No 	
Lots _ Block 	
_- p            _    mm ,       .,
_■__ D.L	
stands as under :                                                                                                                                   Total Sale Price __	
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Will you kin.
enclosed envelope.    Al
to Townsite Agent, V_
Certified Correct:
ily certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURI^
1 cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Rai
mcouver, B. C.
Youi
1    PROMPTLY in the
[way Company and remitted
•s truly,
NEWTON J. KER,
Townsite Agent
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY'S TELEGRAPH
TELEGRAM
CABLE CONNECTIONS TO ALL THE WORLD
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
245  RAO  RS
MONTREAL ULY 23
. A W TENNANT
VANCOUVER.
EARNEST WITH RESTORATION OF POtULOUS    POSITION PIOUS PRESENT    DRAFT
MAXIMUM OF SAME  AMOUNT APPEARS  AMPLE  STOP    NEVER MAY     ALSO  USE HIS ,
PIONEER    PLAUDITS  OF    THE DAY  TO  TAKE UP ANY OF HIS DUE BREVETS PLANNING
IS,THIS     PITCHED CAN BE MADE WITHIN THE  DAY.   ADVISE HI_ ACCORDINGLY WRITING
YOU TODAY   ,
C  J  BLACK
i 32oK //////// "Vancou-.tr, B.C.   July 23rd,  1925
_ic!__t _gSa*,   605 So,  Spring St,, I	
1- sl*s, H
Bsar Sir}-
Caah Balancs  and Cash Adrancss  r*quir*d to
lift lorms  1648.   at Los  Angalss,
^   ' ? sots that you hays  sines  obtainsd aa advanc* of fiaOQ^
wo   rss^ors jour w&rk__n;  fund'to  that  amo**.,   and I  am ia hoes*  that
.,-ipt» of -.your.offic* will  «nabl* you to maintain that balancs*
v + ™     _    m-   ^h* -^•■i-HS paragraph ia my lsttsr 15 th asksd for a
*^*M; °    r*c«1I)t* ^*ndlsd;   but thsrs is  scarcely tias to hays had
'"-.ply from you,
.  , ,      ,    .,   fn ord«** t,   furthsr rsducs  advanc**  from local Jr*a*ur*r
li    "* tnat'  ?* rsctipt of this lsttsr,  you will arraags to auks
[_.+■■  T -f°Ur dailjr »«Kotiabls  rscsipts  in paym.at of ©rdsr* itsusd
^aitial iiass. •
-     -.       4.3Wiimn J0U  fiad *ha* y°ur cash balancs in haad;   plus  cash  7
t iws  ror th* day,   *xc**d* tht #1200.  that you ars suthcrizsd to
a will plsass arrangs.to u*s  that surplus  ia lifting your
■_. + °    I      cYfr**t,d*3r,» i«»u*.  Ia this way you will atoid ths     .
' of remitting cash in *xcsss  of #1200.00,   and it will  no
ski  it  -Wnsceisary to   wir* local  Trsasursr for aay funds.
You,   of courts,, und.rttaad that if jour, balancs  *xc**ds
31    I lifting all currsat l.O.U.s,   such -surplus must bs
3.3'  Trsasury,   It  i»   r*qulr*d that you do   not hold ovsr mor*
■•>   and itt  ls   also   ths wish, that you do  aot  ask Local Ir_asur«r
l*ic«*   *xcs*diag #1200,
Ths  total   of #2400.  will  no  doubt bs sufficieat  to ms*t
lo as   at  all   Urns*,   and by utilizing any surplus   asgotiabl* .
Aft lo48s -lssusd ssjhs   day,  you will  frsqUtntly ears  ths
*-«:i'.TolTsdl ia thss* *r*kasfsrs»
Should you rs<$ui:r • fund*   for payrolls,  or for special   ..
io uld mak* s spa rats rsqusst oa Local Treasurer whs a you
amounts  addsd ■ to   your  rscruirsmsats  to   ssttla witfe  initial
-00,00 ^^^^^ '      ^^^
plsaiss ackaowl sdigs,   aad adriss if you
tl  fully co.Tsr   this situatio   ,
y'"^J__ CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RT.  CO/S  TELEGRAPH
TELEGRAM
CABLE   CONNECTIONS  TO  ALL  PARTS   OF THE   WORLD
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
..Ik----.
Sent By
Rec'd By
Time Sent
Time Filed
Check
Send the following Message, subject to the terms orinted on the back hereof which are hereby agreed to:
 Y.imemm_.._.7.yy 	
 Tjlack. , ,	
rsal,
 Aralaaa callsd for by Sarnsst would rsprss*n»	
total dua othsr mangltds datts msntionsd.  tfavsr would rhapsody surplus
pious oa rscsipt s_r Itttsr ssYsnth and had moms to una for slsspa	
_?____L*____k^
will bs rsducsd accordingly.
A.W.Tsnmant, W. D„ NEIL, Assistant Manager, Montreal, Que_
D. H. BO WEN, Supt., Sudbury, Ont.
W. M. THOMPSON, Supt..Toronto,Ont.
J. MITCHELL, Supt., Montreal, Que.
A* C. FRASER, Supt., St. John, N.B.
W. MARSHALL, Assistant Manager, Winnipeg, Maa.
D. L. HOWARD, Supt., Vancouver, B.C,
R. N. YOUNG, Supt., Calgary, Alta.
D. COONS, Supt., Moose Jaw, Sask,
E. H. GOODFELLOW, Supt., Winnipeg, Man.
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA UNDER ORDER 162.
DATED MARCH 30,  1916.
It is agreed between the sender of the message on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company shall not be liable for damages
arising from failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher or obscure messages, or for errors from
illegible writing, beyond the amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate, and in that case the
Company shall be liable for damages, suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200., due to the negligence of the Company in the transmission or delivery of the telegram.
Correctness in the transmission of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium
thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and
two per cent, for any greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other
Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not
be responsible for messages until the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices; if a message is sent to such office by one of
the Company's messengers he acts for that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone the person receiving the message acts therein as agent of the
sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender. ■ This Company shall not be liable in any case for damages, unless the same be
claimed, in writing, within sixty days after receipt of the telegram for transmission.
No employee of the Company shall vary the foregoing.
DAY LETTERS.
This Company will receive DAY LETTERS, to be transmitted at rates lower than its standard telegram rates, as follows: one and one-half
times the ten-word Day message rate shall be charged for the transmission of fifty (50) words or less, and one-fifth of the initial rate for such fifty words
shall be charged for each additional ten (10) words or less.
DAY LETTERS may be forwarded by the Telegraph Company as a deferred service and the transmission and delivery of such DAY LETTERS
are, in all respects, subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate messages.
DAY LETTERS shall be written in plain English, or in French.    Code language is not permitted.
DAY LETTERS may be delivered by the Telegraph Company by telephoning the same to the addresses, and such deliveries shall be a complete
discharge of the obligation of the Telegraph Company to deliver.
DAY LETTERS are received subject to the express understanding and agreement that the Company does not undertake that a DAY LETTER
shall be delivered on the day of its date absolutely and at all events; but that the Company's obligation in this respect is subject to the condition that
there shall remain sufficient time for the transmission and delivery of such DAY LETTER on the day of its date during regular office hours, subject tp
the priority of the transmission of full-rate messages under the conditions named above. ■
FORM T.D. 1 X.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY'S TELEGRAPH
TELEGRAM
CABLE CONNECTIONS TO ALL THE WORLD
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
25.RA  CO       RS
MONTREAL QUE JULY  22   1925
A  W TENNANT
TRAVELLING  AUDITOR       VANCOUVER  BC
EARNEST YOUR  LETTERS  FIFTEENTH     AND SEVENTEENTH  ARE  ARMLESS  WIRED   FOR
FIFTEENTH     AND  SIXTEENTH ALSO  OTHER  ARMLESS   SHOWN  THE  TOTAL  ARMLESS
DUE   OTHER  MANGLEDS   FOR   CAUTERIZE  THOSE  DAYS  OR   DID  AGENT  OWE  OTHER
m
MANGLEDS  THESE  ARMLESS  PLUS  ARMFUL  OF  HIS  PIOUS.
C   _   BLACK
1614K "^f
C.  J.  BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.  W.   URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM.
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
G  -2  36  424     Montreal,      July 14th,   1925*
Am  Mm  Tennant,  Esq*,
Travelling Auditor,
fancouver,  B*C*
Dear Sir:-
Los Angeles. ~  C-VSh Balancg
lour letter. 8th instant*
Confirm n& my wire of date - I would state
that it was not the  intention, when approving your suggestion of a daily advance from Local Treasurer covering daily
purchases from initial lines - that the authorized Cash
Balance held by agent should fee disturbed, and I presume you
have, on receipt of my message of date, revised your instructions in this respect* This amount on hand together
with any advances which the Local Treasurer is authorized to
make up to this amount, on request of agent - should about
meet agent*s requirements*
This arrangement is,I presume, only necessary
for the tourist season - and agent will revert to that in
effect hitherto during the winter season.
Sours truly,
'^€u3i
Auditor of Agencies* flf ///////// * »n_ eu. • r,  S * (.. July 1 81-_/2&,
W*   Km   '..horn, 2aq.f
Ticket Apent,  605 go.  Spring: St. i   ■
Lot Angel st«
Bear Sir:-
Heferrlag to your let tear 15th, file 1-5-4, regarding
special debit ft and special credits to adjust collection* made on laat
day of period,   not yatk paid out to initial lines until tim following day.
You will have since rw*&NM| W letter 16th,  instructing
that you utilise cath receipts up to your authorised baiune* af |12O0*OOr
and thie will nodoubt enable you to avoid having to take special debit
on last day of period.
lur In* tana*!  ura&rm Issued on the I4*h ^i-^.r.-atly
totalled #1865.28, We will say that out of these purchases you delivered
tick ate and coll toted from past eiders to the value of #8_>6«28*  She
negotiable cash reoelpts of your offlee during that day will no doubt
enable you to lift your JUO.U.a  for those partloular ticket*,  and it
will not be necessary to wait until the 15th to settle for them.  She
balance Qt |1000.00 can then be lifted the fallowing day an receipt of
advance froa treasurer,
Let ne knoer how thie  mrku cut.
Yours truly,
V.k. CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
C. J. BLACK.
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.  W.  URWIN.
ASST.  AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM.
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
/V^M^,Vancouver, B.C.  July 18th/25.
o_x_n_%M^    f
Wg H. Thorn, Esq.,
fieket A^snt, 605 So. Spring St? //////// Vancouver, B.C. July 18th/25,
C.   J.  Black, Baq.,
Auditor of Agenolee, G~ 236424.
Meatreel•
Bear sir:-
Lot Angeles -  Cash Balance.
Further to xny letter of yesterday regarding ths necessity
of special d^bit on the last day of period.
I now attach copy of my Jreply to agent,  and you will
note that special debits may be avoided#  It,  howtver,  depends upon the
nature of ag^nt1*  receipts on the last day of period.
Yours truly,
2,A. CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C.  J.   BLACK,
AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN,
ASST.   AUDITOR  OF AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
MONTREAC, 192..
(3.--f/y~'Kmm^y!t-y^,/yt^-^ ..£y-^...7-r"A   3 /3/Usa ^-^t--*. /■•/*-*. 0
///////// Vancouver, B.C, July 17tb,l»2&,
C.  T. Black,  Esq.,
Auditor of Agencies*
Montreal.
Bear Hirj-
O 2364.24.
aao
Loa Angelee * Cash Balance.
Tm attached letter from Agent t*m Angeles brings up
ther point,  not taken into consideration,.
Agent1* purchases for the 14th totalled $1865.88. We will
presume that on the ®mm day he delivered a portion of these tickets
and collected from passengers to the value of |S6B,SS, lie therefore has
that amount through his cash book;  but will not pay out to initial linee
until the  following day.
Owing to Local Trmm.r®r*m advance not being available
until the 15th mgent cannot Tery well draw a cheque as for the 14th,
and the advance from treasurer  (15th)  cannot be accounted at  on^X^thf
Agent perhaps hat not  taken in sufficient cash funds on 14th to'pay off
the |p805.26 within that period.  It trill  therefore be mcm^s^ry that he
take special debit  for £titw.28 *±u® initial  lines   (pt $186b.28)   and lift
such debit in the following period. What evidence will you require to
>rt -such deMte  nwi credits?  this should be simplified if at all
, djl e.
amount of forms
for the amount
he will have tc
X do not think
\ 1048  ittued an
that he collect
\ place in outst
that he should take  debit for th
the last day of the period;  but
ed from passengers on that date#
anding  U:t value of undelivered*
e  full
only
Otherwise
tic-jests.
Pieate
advise.
Yours
I
truly,
• A. COPY.
File l«3-4
Los  Angeles  July 13th,  1925,
Mr. A.W.Tennant,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver.B.C.
This will acknowledge receipt of your letter of July 7th in connection
with the handling of forms 1648.
On receipt of your wirs, I immediately put this into effect and will
continue to wire at the close of the day for the exact amount of forms
1648 issued.
However, I presume the only way the matter can be handled on the last
day of a period will be to take special debit for the total amount of
forms 1648 issued and on the next balance sheet, take special credit
for equal amount to balance the transaction.
Will you please advise me if this is the way it is to be handled.
(sgd) v\K.Thom. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C.J.  BLACK.
AUDITOR  OF   AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
9.   ARNUM.
ASST.  AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
MONTREAL,
.192.
/
■ - ■ ///////// Vancouver, B.C. July 17th,1925.
C.   J.  Black,  Isq.,
Auditor of Agencies, 0*236424.
Montreal.
Bear Sir:*
Los Angeles -  Cash Balance.
ffhe attached letter from Agent Los Angeles brings up
another point,  nat taken into consideration,.
Agent*a purchases for the 14th totalled #1865.28. We will
presume that on the same day he delivered a portion of these tickets
and collected from passengers to  the value of $865.28.  He therefore has
that amount through hie cash book;  but will not pay out to initial lines
until the  following day.
Owing to Local -treasurer*e advance not being available
until the 15th agent cannot very well draw a cheque as  for the 14th,
and the advance from treasurer  (15th)   cannot be accounted as  on 14th?
Agent perhaps hae not taken in sufficient cash funds on 14th to pay off
the |865.28 within that period.  It will  therefore be necessary that he
take special debit for $865.26 due initial  lines   (pt §1865.28)   and lift
tuch debit in the  following period. What  evidence will you require to
support much debits and credits?  this should be simplified if at all
possible.
I do not think that he thould take debit for the  full
amount of forme 1648 issued on the last day of the period;  but only
for the amount that he collected from passengers on that date#  Otherwise
hs will have to place in outstanding the value of undelivered*tickets.
Please advise.
Yours truly,   .
T.A. //////// Vancouver, Tt?G.    July 17th/25.
C*  J.  Black,  Esq. f
-Auditor of Agencies, 0*236424.
Montreal.
Bear Sir:*
Loa Angsles *  Cash Balance.
Further to my letter 15th inst.   regarding amount of
advances made by Local Treasurer.
I  find that Agent* s wire of last night called for $2345.
As already pointed out,   it is  evident that these advances will quite
often exceed the present authorized iynount of $1200.00.  IBven,   if we
can count on agent's daily negotiable  receipts  reaching a total of
|1200.  his sales will  no doubt,  at times,   exceed the $2400.00 mark.
You will realise that the position is  rather awkward,
and I have not definitely instructed Local Treasurer that he should not
exceed the present authorized amount of $1200.   I presume that it would
be inadvisable to place agent in the position of not being able to
lift his  X.O.U.s.
If the position taken is wrong I presume that you will
wire mit   As  it  now stands Local Treasurer is   exceeding the Vice*
Presidents authority.
In tha meantime, my letter of 15th to agent should
become effective on the 20th, and thu use of currant cash will no
doubt materially ease the situation.
Yours truly,
T.A- 0
//////// Vancouver, B.C. July 15th/25.
C.   J.  Black,   Esq.,
Auditor of Agencies, 0236424.
Montreal.
near Sir:*
Los Angeles *  Cash Balance.
Referring to your wire of yeet-rday.
The suggestion made in my letter June 12th clearly
outlined that agent remit all  receipts  and ask Local Treasurer for
amount  equal  to total of his daily purchases. Under such an arrangement
the working  fund of $1200.  would not be  required,   and I instructs*
arent accordingly.
However,   I gather that you wish to   try and avoid
increasing the amount that may be transferred by Local Treasurer,   and
I attach copy of my letter date to Agent Los Angeles  instructing that
he utilize his cash receipts up to the present authorized balance of
$1200.00
You will  note that I have asked for a statement of his
office receipts in ordsr to ascertain the extent of currency and coin
handled.   If we find that the latter somtimes  exceed |1200.  it might be
suggested that agent take full  advantage of such cash and thus  further
reduce the amount of transfers  from treasury.
If,   for example;   his  cash receipts *plus balance already
in hand*  should total $2000,  On the same date his purchases totalled
$800.00 agent could issue cheques that night to cover* the $800.  due
initial lines,  and retain the balance of $1200.  If there is  no objection
to this method agent could then be in a position to utilise all cash
receipts  and remit only cheques  and paper that he is  not allowed to
negotiate.
Agent may not always be in a position to actually deliver
the cheques,     nd lift his I.O.U.e,  covering purchases made the current
day;  but if he makes up such cheques  for delivery to  initial linss the
following morning it should be considered a legitimate  reduction of his
bank balance?
Even with taking ny^ry advantage of the actual cash
passing through agent*s hands I am not sure that the $12*00,00 limit
will cover the additional amount that agent may require from treasurer
on any one day.  It,  of course,  all depends upon the amount of orders
issued by agent and the nature of his  receipts  for the day. •• p
# 2 C.J.Black,  Beq.,
You will  note from other enclosures, that agent called
for $1865.28 in his wire of last night.  This  indicates that :that was
his actual purchases  for yesterday;  but we cannot say what cash passed
through his hands, that could have besn utilized to meet the above,
I co insider that it would be risky to limit  the Local
Treasurer^ advances  to  the $1200.   figure#  However,  the business being
dqne this summer at Los Angeles,  and the amount of actual cash handled
by agent,  ¥{ill control  that feature.
The advances made by Local Treasurer on all  other dates,
so far,  have been under the authorized limit of $1200.00,   and the
instructions  now issued will  reduce agent*e  requirements.
It would be rather difficult to make this change clear
in a wire,   and Shis letter will  reach agent by the 18th.
Yours truly,
T.A. CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
C.  J.  BLACK,
AUDITOR  OF AGENCIES
R.  W.   URWIN,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
//¥?¥rMM Vancouver,  B.C.   July lbth/25.
C.   T.   Black,  Isq.,
Auditor of Agencies,
Montreal.
"Dear sir:-
G-236424.
Los Angeles - Cash B&lance.
Referring to your letter 7th inst.
I wrote agent on the 10th inst as per copy attached,
and took up with Mr. Byrne regarding expense of telegrams. Xn future,
telegrams in connection will be confined to ten words, and each transfer
of funds o
kW^UVy>_ ,   i)|v*   JUa,^   li_-_._._/«_*_>.
* *.    it> ._ §
spring St.
Cash advances iYuia Local  irrni^urer,
*3.7ii$r to && l#tts._ns **_*.__ .<.uu iu^ji inet.
1 find th&t  •• ie considerable expense in connect ion
witfc tiiily trmnAter wi ___i._ui_., u ia ^ri *-WUur fee re thie expense you.
Will IfO     3 ***'*> *Ja*ml\     *_■-_.<-*     ^iiiU-J.^iU     rti. a /,_ & 11-        4____iWi    «*U tliU ri&_M&,
and u'*«_.i,.i_**x* it 3m **j _ ++. _»^ .. ^u^^-^^o. j_^ju_*<o.
Eiilt taken in duxly ehouxa be deposited in
tt, up t o $i 2w w. oo , at id > o i. ne s i \ 0 ni .y  sell
-,w_l.J-0*-J,»V_   **«V   . «, -j    COAeXfcfc*   Oi -it
you   _»o a^ain j_.u__.id ujj ywur fund to ^i«_OO.iiO,  and
yo' Hy  4 MP 01 w»ury will   not.  he
I -" * af m
ix r^c^ipw-d are 3 ;-#  In cheque iv*^ you will,  oi
;._4 wo oaintaia * ... 4&# cash reoelpte
-as is po^&ibie in ord-ejf to reduce a_s__ount of transferee
Umfaj/ ^wu c_-.ii _> ei 4VH  -%i  i_o't_a_L
1 iiU-ja. _ice iii j**rifc a4d#ft wo yum* ca^h. 0/1 hand,   not yet
licedg     i -ble yoU ^o arrive at u*&ounw rehired frum Local Sxeaeuref
..ad the cost of telegraaw mtiA confine to
se. [  2f©r 1^420« 441 word lees  tha*i i.j-on inking
fol .,  and  the coaLI d-_::. *ourit of advance will  not
effect your eetviensant.! with initial lines.
..ea&e advise if this is clearly understood,   xqu iiught
.tessent of receipt!  for tlie last two weefcst   showing
sunt accepted in cheques  etc.  and total currency and coin.
Your is truly 1
fe-fts /// // / // Vu>iiXm,uuv®i , B • G.   July  lb th,  ! y Jsi o •
C.  J a Black, Esq.,
I   Agenciesf 0*236424.
.Yy 4_ «
Bear Sir; *
Los  Angeles * Cash Balance.
Referring to  your letter of the  7 th inst.
I wrote agent on the 10th inst.  as pmr copy attached,,
and also  took up with Mr*  Byrne regarding the  expense of telegrams.
In fttture ;ra__u_i in thie oonneotion *ill be confined tc ten word
-g3»#   __.&c!_   Ux /   lifcrolvea una  air*  xrojs agent  and  two  frost the
irj  ons te bank <-.._& uno  tu agent}
rex_us Sta_fapa of two cents  to  each _|?oG.   is  *he only
oth iaferring fuada  to  uhese o.&.  Offices.  Mo cnarge
v bank for such transfersi  but I would point out that transfer
posits  to  Vancouver involves a discount of a fraction less
than •;•;  of 1 id wt_   therefore save  that discount,   ai&o  revenue stampsf
ea   iny    ash receipts utilised by agent.  Jhe discount, on U.S*  fund©
Charged yesterday by bank was   7/52 of 2$ *tnd on the loth it was ll/64th.
2?or your information I would advise that the following
advancee have been made to a*;ent Los Angeles:-
July  <>th |  917.34,11th &115&.10,  14th $  395.65
10th #1178.02,loth |  071.00,   Ibth §1600.2S
I  attach copy of r^y latter date to Agents Los Angeles
and San Traneisco  regarding use of form 1648 as  receipt for any deposit
that  amenta  are obliged, to  accept.  You will  note that 1 have not dealt
with manner of accounting a deposit should the transaction not be closed
within the sa&e period.   If such a case presents  itself agent will  no
doubt take s/Dr and adjust through your office.
Yours  truly,
X . A . (_ •
//     //
D   r1      T^ 1 .   IS ; h /afi
c. t.
* -|   V* *
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C>236424.
to   . Pul
.   t-il    jLJIC
and  took up
te! iS   i
of
nt on
li     |f V'*■ v, li
*d,
re
..wli transfer ///////// Vancouvor, M.C* July X6tb/^«
w.
iMMta
'ick.t Aroat,  60S
LO        . .l.»#
in* st,
-.Apt. far deposit, on rail  ticl.ot..
fon now huvo boon i.notruet-od hy 7;r*  7n.ll, • ,; , y  to
di&continu. tho prmctico ef unking for dopoeit. to covor rail ticket.,
to b* purchaoad lal lino.,
■   _uld you, howoirer, bo obiigod to   .x.e«pt un oeeaoxonai
dopoolt ploae. coirar tumm by ue. of* form 1048,  and diooontinu. ui»o of
proaont trlpllcat. recolpt farm printed for your offie«,
.on noceooory II .1 amount of ticket, to bo
purchased you will i*se._diav«ly fill out farm 1648,  obtain ticket.,  and
se to puro.v..r in e? • for money t.ndor.d you. If, Lowrrer,
the deposit it only a partial j 'it, ar for mamrn re&aon .'ou nr.
■hi. to x . wily   .-ours «id liwli. »r ■. ic'.-.t. r.quired, you will
pl.os.-0 l4MV__.  fom 1648 a» a receipt only, not mm mi ord.r on -ho
_tlal lino.  S__§_ f_m 3-640 I be .ndoroed "iieceivod $»..,«...  ao
dopotit on 3__flsa_ transportation .."'.ovo d«»cribed»« !__» original to bo
idod | 8_MHF with r® meet that ho j,)re_#nt ears, when calling for
ticket. ord«r«d.   -Then you are in ft ^uoitloa io porcha.. r.*-u*r«d
tickete you will ieeue another form 1648 in tho usual ;er for
pr.aonti*v to initial lino,
-pooita to be ont«r«d in „our ..all bowk on date of
receipt, and th. balance ontor.d whoa paidj Maying nocoitary ^ntrio.
to connect up the two ferae 1648 _,_.u«d on tbat traneaction,  *-oth f©
18 oill, uuree, bo r«yor_#d . nd eent tt. Shearing 7te ueual
y.
Please acknowledge and say if fully underatood*
7our_ truly,
_ravollirtfr Auditor,
.   "" , vie,  Heq.t
■kot A**oat, Han '.Tancieeo,
;i. above instruction,  .all  pI.o 7. _« ..our office,
tu. tho pre„«nt practice of using form 599 aa  receipt lor any
-site .ny bo obliged to aoc.pt. iledga*
'■_-*_ FORM T.D. 1 X.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY'S TELEGRAPH
TELEGRAM
CABLE CONNECTIONS TO ALL THE WORLD
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
j i r.H-«i;t.w
MONTREAL JLY  14
A  tf.  TENNANT
TRAVELLING AUDITOR     VANCOUVER  BC
NOT  JUSTICE TO  RESENT
YOURS  EIGHTH   INSTRUCTIONS  PER MY WIRE  SEVENTH WEI
PIOUS  AUTHORIZED  EARNEST  AND  YOU   SHOULD  CHAPERON  YOUR   JUB1LANTS  TO  HIM   IN
| RESPECT   IF  BIFFIN  THUS   CARRI ED  TOGETHER  WITH   DAILY  PISTON  TO  THIS
ARMFUL AS  PER  YOUR   INSTRUCTIONS TO     LOCAL TREASURER  EIGHTH     INST WILL   NOT
y • ,
TAKE  CARE  OF  NEVERS  REQUIREMENTS  YOU   SHOULD  WRITE  ME  FURTHER  REPLY
C   J   BLACK H
)4 ///////// Vancouwr, 1:.C. ?vly 10th/25.
Ticket Ar-snt,  60S pr.^  Spring St.
Bear Sir:*
Birth«r to my latter ?th inst.
In r to bet* <*v:j,*-n£* in cost of t«i«gr.«jeH.  yo^ m&$
drop odd ctnti fo/1 advance in ev»n dollar*. ¥or ext-unpl* on th*
9th - / for #917.84    oould rtafi #918.00 nnd toda^ $1178.02 could
fct for #1178,GO#  Tha Bnall fcurplua   (l^tie  lhart c.n^ dollar)   in vour bank
balance can ..lr/ays bi takes into cant-ideration whBn balancing daily.
T.A. W3m
1 ^fA^J7^ %-ft.
i_>
.yy
CANApfAN
C.  J.  BLACK,
AUDITOR OF  AGENC
y
R.  W.   URWIN.
ASST.   AUDITOR OF
B.   ARNUM,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
AILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
jtyAft3A33 Vancouver, B.C,  July 10th,1925.
C.   J.  Black,  Esq.,
Auditor of Agencies,
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// CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C. J.  BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.  W.  URWIN.
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM
ASST. AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
0/M
G - £ 5 6 4 2 4      Montreal,    Jtijy 7tfc,  1025*
Am  Mm  Tennant*   Esq- f
travelling Auditor,
Vancouver*  B«.C
Dear Sir:-
Los Angeles - Cash Balancer
\
lour letter 29th June received.
Since writing you on June 18th, Mr. Foster P~T_.iL
has called upon me and after explaining that wefnave no object in
securing deposits from intending passengers, I agreed there is no
reason why this practice should be maintained, and he wired Mr.
Snell on 25th ult., "Arrange instruct Los Angeles discontinue
practice taking deposit on rail tickets - make complete collection
when ticket delivered*.
I note that you favor the use of Form 1648 to cover
any deposit that agent is obliged, to accept, instead of the triplicate receipt _ and I presume you will instruct agent accordingly,
as per first paragraph page 2 of my letter of 18th ult*
Re Cash Balance « confirming my wire of date ~ the
arrangement whereby"agent would mire Treasury each night for an
advance equal to the total amount of purchases made by him during
that day*, as per your letter June 12th - can be tried out - and I
presume you have so instructed agent Los Angeles en receipt of my
wire.  You can watch this from _trte Vancouver Local Treasurer's
point of view to see if there should be too much expense involved
in daily wiring between agent and Treasury, and letter with Los
Angeles Bank - and advise if there is any complaint en this score -
though I should not expect there will be a very great increase in
this respect over what has been necessary in the past»
Yours trulyt
Auditor of m      _i.lI_.Wi!
__g
MONTH
AMOUNT
DATE RENDERED
1	
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///////// Vancouver* B.C. July 8th, 192b
Ce   J.   Black,  1**1*,
Auditor of Agencies, G~236424.
Montreal.
"Dtar Sir:-
Loss  Angeles -  Cash Balance.
Referring to exchange of Wires yesterday regarding above.
I  encloas coy of my wire and latter of yesterday to
Agent Lot Angeles,  alao copy of my letter date to Local Treasurer*
In diacuaaing thia with Mr.  Byrne I explained that the
present limit of #1200.00,   that ht ia authorised to  advance agent,  will
without doubt be frequently exceeded,   and that he will he advised in
regards to  this*  In tha meantime,  amounts, within reason,  called for
by agent will  be honored*
It it not vmry likely that agent's purchases will exceed
|3000.00 for any one day;  but I think it would be advisable tss, %&mx
that th© Local 'Xreaeurer be instructed to honor up to that amiunt.
Yours, truly,
T.A* A/3/33/33 Vancouver, 1..C. July 8t__,19i__i.
H.  o* ^yrnmt Bsq.t
Local Treasurer*
Vancouver. B.C.
7>«ar Sir:-
Caah advanc** required by Agent Los Angele* for
a*ttl«©*nt of rail ticket* purchased fro© initial
lines.
I attach copy of Mr. Black1* wired instruction* of
yesterday, also copy of ©y letter to Agent los Angeles*
Mr, Tho© will no doubt wire your offic* tonight for
amount required to cover purchase* ©ad* by hi© thie dat*.
I would explain that w* hav* only a 24 hour credit with
the varlou* transportation companie* at Los Angel**, and it i* therefore
important that fund* rehired hy arent will be promptly advised;  so
that sa©* will be availabl* before the clos* of the day following-
purchases*
I cannot suggest the amount that agent ©y call forj but
you will no doubt be advised if amount that you ©ay advance hi© is to
be limited*
Yours truly,
Travelling Auditor.  CANADIAN   PACIFIC   R'Y.  CO.'S  TELEGRAPH
TELEGRAM
CABLE   CONNECTIONS  TO  ALL  PARTS   OF  THE   WORLD
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
Sent No.
Sent By
Rec'd By
Time Sent
Time Filed
Check
Send the following Message, subject to the terms ormted on the back hereof which are hereby agreed to:
•Vancou.v.-ir.r....!--.C*....J^
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..A.*-..feiinan.t^.- W- D. NEIL, Assistant Manager, Montreal, Quc-
D. H. BOWEN, Supt.,Sudbury, Ont.
W. M. THOMPSON, Supt.,Toronto, Ont.
J. MITCHELL, Supt., Montreal, Que.
A. C. FRASER, Supt., St. John, N.B.
W. MARSHALL, Assistant Manager, Winnipeg, Man*
D. L. HOWARD, Supt., Vancouver, B.C.
R. N. YOUNG, Supt., Calgary, Alta.
D. COONS, Supt., Moose Jaw, Sask.
E. H. GOODFELLOW, Supt., Winnipeg, Man.
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA UNDER ORDER 162.
DATED MARCH 30, 1916.
It is agreed between the sender of the message on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company shall not be liable for damage*
arising from failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher or obscure messages, or for errors from
illegible writing, beyond the amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate, and in that case the
Company shall be liable for damages, suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200., due to the negligence of the Company in the transmission or delivery of the telegram.
Correctness in the transmission of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium
thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for.repeated messages, viz: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles,and
two per cent, for any greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other *
Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not
be responsible for messages until the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices; if a message is sent to such office by one of
the Company's messengers he acts for that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone the person receiving the message acts therein as agent of the
sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender. This Company shall not be liable in any case for damages, unless the same be
claimed, in writing, within sixty days after receipt of the telegram fer transmission.
No employee of the Company shall vary the foregoing.
DAY LETTERS.
This Company will receive DAY LETTERS, to be transmitted at rates lower than its standard telegram rates, as follows: one and one-half
times the ten-word Day message rate shall be charged for the transmission of fifty (50) words or less, and one-fifth of the initial rate for such fifty words
shall be charged for each additional ten (10) words or less.
DAY LETTERS may be forwarded by the Telegraph Company as a deferred service and the .transmission and delivery of such DAY LETTERS
are, in all respects, subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate messages.
DAY LETTERS shall be written in plain English, or in French.    Code language is not permitted,
DAY LETTERS may be delivered by the Telegraph Company by telephoning the same to the addresses, and such deliveries shall be a complete
discharge of the obligation of the Telegraph Company to deliver.
DAY LETTERS are received subject to the express understanding and agreement that the Company does not undertake that a DAY LETTER
shall be delivered on the day of its date absolutely and at all events; but that the Company's obligation in this respect is subject to the condition that
there shall remajn sufficient time for the transmission and delivery of such DAY LETTER on the day of its date during regular office hours, subject to
the priority of the transmission of full-rate messages under the conditions named above. —— -      -  — ^- —---7 77^--    •        y    y-^'y.yyr-     I
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  R'Y.  CO/S TELEGRAPH
FORM  T. D. 2G
NIGHT   LETTERGRAM
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal,
Sent No.
Sent By
I
Rec'd By
Time Sent
Time Filed
Check
Send the following night lettergram, without repeating, subject to the terms and conditions printed on the back hereof, which are hereby agreed to.
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•tfl. -JLw& nmh fmr usual ef flee dMbunMNMiito .        (0t» trtvaoM»
jh imfe MK»_fiu]ft and mmm tfoa&m t* iisi4A*X l *_»••• at^ea ^mm
*»rt- :Xy* writing*
.*lltll*I5i.m. NIGHT LETTER
MX NIGHT LETTER MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWMSIC
TERMS WHICH ARE HEREBY AGREED TO - j
The Canadian Pacific Railway Co.'s Telegraph will receive not later than midnight NIGHT LETTERS, to fo*
transmitted for delivery on the morning of the next day after its date at places where this Company's office is opeti
-5n Sundays, and on the morning of the next ensuing business day at places where this Company's office is not ope__
on Sundays at rates still lower than standard night message rates, as follows : the standard day rate for ten words
shall be charged for the transmission of fifty words or less, and one-fifth of such standard day rate for ten words shall
be charged for each additional ten words or less. The minimum charge for any NIGHT LETTER,will be twenty-fiv®
cents for fifty words or less.
NIGHT LETTERS may at the option of the Telegraph Company be mailed at destination to the addressee and
the Company shall be deemed to have' discharged its obligation in such cases with respect to delivery by mailing such
NIGHT LETTERS at destination, postage prepaid.
NIGHT LETTERS shall be written in plain English or French...Code language is not permitted.
APPROVED BY THE   BOARD OF   RAILWAY   COMMISSIONERS   FOR   CANADA   UNDER- ORDEE
162, DATED MARCH 30, 1916.
It is agreed between the sender of the message on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company
uhall not be liable for damages arising from failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or
delivery of an unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or otherwise, or for delays
from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher or obscure messages, of for errors from illegible
writing, beyond the amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repe_,_ back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half th«
regular rate, and in that case the Company shall be liable for damages suffered by the sender to an extent not
exceeding $200, due to the negligence of the Company in the transmission ordelivery of the telegram.
Correctness in the transmission of messages canbe insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk,
and payment of premium thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz.;
one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles; and two per cent, for any greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company," but will endeavor to forward
the telegram by any other Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but oniy as the agent of ths
sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not be responsible for messages until the same arc?
presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices; if a message is sent to such office by one of the Company's
messengers, he acts for that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone, the person receiving the message acts
therein as agent of the sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender,.. This Company shaM
sot be liable in any case for damages, unless the same be claimed, in writing, within sisrty days after receipt df the
telegram for transmission.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the-foregoing. »FORM T.D. 1  X.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY'S TELEGRAPH
TELEGRAM
CABLE CONNECTIONS TO ALL THE WORLD
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
230 RA CM RS
MONTREAL QUE JULY 7-25
A W TENNANT,
TRAVELLING    AUDITOR,    VANCOUVER  B.C.
VOUR LETTERS TWENTY NINTH-AND TWELFTH JUNE RE EARNEST SUGGESTION MADE
IN LATTER FOR  AGENT TO PLUMBER  OPINION ENVIED  ORGANIZED  FOR  ARMFUL
EQUAL UNIQUE READJUSTEDS  DURING THAT DAY MAY BE  PUT   INTO EFFECT FORTHWITH
INSTRUCT AGENT ACCORDINGLY AND ADVISE  OPINION WRITING  REPLY.
1427 C  J  BLACK ////////// YanttOUVWr,  B#€*  June   29th/25,
C. Ji Blacky Eaq. ,
Auditor of Aganciaa, O236424.
'*,rontr«_al,
Daar sir:-
Loa Aagalaa *  Cash Balance,
Xoura  of the 18 th I net.
change of racant w£r*a between Mr*  Foatar and Mr.  Snail
would indicate that tht former hae since diecuaacd IMl nattar with you,
and that  it hae hs&n agraad by thasa  officiala  that there  ia  nothing
gainad hy tha acceptance of dapotita  u_ Loa Angalaft.
l7r,  Sntll  aicplaina  that ysagi  ago,  whan a competitive
railway could cut farea  to  secure the business,   thare waa  an object  in
securing a deposit*   If tha prospective paeee8g«_c want shopping,  and
found that ha could save a few dollara by patronising aoma 0ther line,
tha deposit tvould  force him to giva isomt  Explanation aa  to hia change of
mind and  our a^ant could then no  doubt xnaat  the cut m&da by our
competitor.  He thinks  that tha  practica of securing advance payment,  or
deposit,   at Log Angalaa datae back to that period,  and pointa out that
tha pr^^^nt ticketing laws and reflations prevents  rata cutting.
It haa  b#an pointed out that a deposit cannot hold a
paesenger,   and any amount paid must be immediately returned if passenger
cancels  trip or decides upon soma othar route.  It ia iir.  Snail's
opinion that we gain nothing by tha practica of getting tha money bafora
making tha delivery of tuckets*   I attach copy of hia lattar 2?th inst.
to Mr. Mcllroy which ia  self-explanatory.
I might alao Bay  that a larga percentage of tickets ara
purchasad from tha initial lints only within 24 houra of delivery to
passengers,  and any cancellations  ara made bafora wa have liftad our
I.O.U.s.  fhe  ratttlH of tickets to  tha initial lina,  and tha cancellation
of our $.1648,  tharafora doas  not involve a refund by tha initial lina a.
On tha othar hand,   if wa ace apt only a partial payment
aeveral daya bafora tickets ara to ba delivered,  and wa follow out your
suggestion that tickets ba purchased at time of deposit,   a rafund to
p^asangar and alao  recovery of amount paid initial lina ia involved;
should purchaser canoal tha trip.  In tha meantime, wa would ba o/s tha
difference between amount of daposit and tha  full value of tickets paid
out to  initial lina.     In thia  connection see first paragraph my latter
Oct.4th,  datad Los Angalaa,  and further lattar Del.13th,  datad San 3?ri#e| # 2 C.J.Black,  Esq.,
regarding refunds by initial lines  for tickets not delivered by ua.
If wa do not use a deposit by immediate purchase from
initial lines we lose tha subsequent use of that m.onny^  when entered
in C.P.R.   cash book,  on account of remitting same  to treasury.  If a
pas'sanger made a deposit on  Tune  29th for tickets  to be  furnifched July
3rd agent would either have to purchase from the initial line by June
30th or take 3/!pr on that balance sheet for tha amount on deposit?
Purchase of tickets,   and elate  of starting on trip,
quita  of tan depends upon sleeping car space,   and agent  it  obliged to
first eacurt Pullnay and B*3 .R*   reeervatioi "ore placing ore        ,r
raj,__   v jlciv. a us *     1  sun also *i*u txiac depoexts  have   I tf&n accept eel by
Los  Angalaa whan axact routing and data of starting vraa subject to
sub nt advice  fron pas&snger.
Ab previously stated, lite   accepted cannot  al?/ays be
covered by immediate purchase  from tha  initial lines,   and entry of such
Mounts  in G «?«____*   cash book v.ould at  times  necessitate S/br and -rent
would lose  the use  of that money for settlement purposes.
Taking everything into consideration it would certainly
simplify matters for agent if deposits were practically disc6ntinued.
I would ba inclined to  favor the use of P.1648 io cover ___
an>" deposits  that iirimt  ii  obliged to accept.   Form 1648 ia  a a took form
to be accounted;  while tha triplicate • receipt form at Los   Angeles  is  a
make-shift,  printed locally,   and not under audit office control?
Yours truly*
J-.A. Pile l/25.
Vancouver, B.C. June 27th, 1925
Mr. W. Mcllroy, GA  - Los Angeles, Cal.
Purchasing Tickets from Foreign Lines
Deposit Receipts.
Your wire of the 26th in reply to mine of the 25th in
regard to _________ discontinuing the practice of taking deposits on account
of rail tickets.
If you are tendered full payment for a rail ticket,
send over your 'Form  1648, obtain the ticket, and take tha cash when it
is delivered. There surely cannot be very many cases in Los Angeles
where passengers prefer to pay out their money before they get somthing.
If there is it is a local condition and does not exist in any other of
our U.S. offices and should be discouraged in every way possible.
The object of discontinuing the practice of accepting
part payment or full payment on rail tickets, is to do away with
unnecessary accounting j do not think you will find you will lose any
business by refusing to accept deposits or payment in full until the
tickets ara actually handed over to passengers.
(sgd) W.H.Snell.
G.P.A.
CC - Mr A?B__fiennant,
t/a Vancr. CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
u/w
auo1TOr or agencies 6-256424     Montreal,        June 18th,  1925.
C. J.  BLACK,
R.  W.  URWIN.
ASST.  AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
8.   ARNUM
ASST.   AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
_U Mm  Tennant, Esq*,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B*C_
Dear __&?*£*■
Los Angeles ~ Cash Balance
Keplying to yours of 12th instant referring to
mine of June 4th to Mr* McDonnell*
Sou state that *Mr* Snell is in favor of entirely
discouraging the practice of accepting deposits at Los Angeles
and points out that that practice is not found to be neceawncf
at San Francisco and other U..S*A. offices11*  This is not a cos**
plete reply to the second paragraph of my letter of 4th instant
above mentioned* It is notfthe usual practice of this Coapany to
discourage agents in accepting cash when offered, and I cannot
find in this correspondence that any reason has been given tor
doing so at Los Angeles or other U.S. offices*
Before offering tha suggestion made by you of agent
wiring Local Treasurer daily for advances covering amount et  that
dayfs purchases, as an alternative to increased cash balance, I
would like to know what real reason is advanced for discouraging
agent Los Angeles in accepting deposits* Please reply fully to
this so that I may be enabled to intelligently take matter up with
Iice-President.
Regarding the objections you advance against receipts
being entered through CLP-fU Cash Book, and your statement that proper
provision has not been made for the handling of any deposits whicli
may be accepted. I am attaching, for your information, copy of ay
letter to Mr. McConnell of May 11th which I think you will find
covers the points raised, by you*
Re detachable receipt to be provided on Form 1648 •*
not being practicable unless form 1648 is simply used to cover receipt
for deposit made - and will not b# used as an order on initial line** CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C. J.  BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES MONTREAL,
R,   W,  URWIN.
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
Et.   ARNUM
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
A* Wm  Tennant, Esq* » -2~
Ifcy cannot the order be drawn on initial line at the time deposit
is made ? However, as the deposits made will only be occasional I
see no reason why your suggestion should not be carried out -
using another 1648 as order to initial line when in position to
do so, the first one issued simply to provide passenger with a
receipt*
I have not as yet heard from Mr* Foster referring
te Mtm  Snell*s letter you refer to* I would point out, however,
regarding receipts for deposits that Mr. McConnell advises May
_8S_th that triplicate receipts are still being used at Los Angeles
aad these might still be used for occasional deposits in preference
& 16*8 ?
I will advise further however, if necessary on
hearing from Mr. Foster*
lours truly,
Auditor of Agei>eies* u
G-256424 May 11th,  1925.
2 2 5 6 7 7
A* L. Mc Conn ell, Ssqt* ,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:-
San Francisco & Los Angeles.
lour letter 2nd instant in regard to accounting
for Form 1648.
As advised you in my letter of 6th instant, it
appears that each ticket clerk at San Francisco, and presumably
at Los Angeles, enters ail cash received in Form H.L. (combination ticket and cash book)* If this ia being dona I see na
reason why they should not, continue to enter details of deposits
in form H.L*, which will enable them (and Agent) to balance their
daily transactions therein, totals of ticket sales (C.P.R*) and
"Receipts account foreign lines1* being transferred to Agent for
entry in general (C.P.R*) Cash Book.
The following instructions (in accordance with
Clause (2) of Mr. Tennantfs instructions attached) are given on
the understanding that settlement with initial lines for tickets
purchased will be made, if not at time of purchase, at the latest
at the close of each day's business for all tickets obtained
during that day, and that, therefore, there will be no deposit held
in cash balance over the close of a period, beyond amount of cash
balance authorised.
If passenger pays in full in a&vanee, debit entry
can be made in H.L. in column headed "Receipts account foreign lines11,
and if any C.P.R. tickets involved value of same entered in column
*C.P.R. ticket sales"*  Form 1648 is then made on (say) Sa.Pafc. for
tickets required over their line, receipt at battom having been
given passenger for the whole amount of CP-B. and foreign tickets
purchased by passenger. A. L. McConnell, Esq.,       -2-
If passenger makes a deposit only, this should
he entered by clerk in column "Receipts account. Foreign Ticket
Sales"*  Form 1648 is then made for initial lines tickets and
C.P.R. tickets made up.  When tickets are delivered and balance
received, amount of 1648 for foreign line tickets is entered in
that "Receipt" column, and C.P.R* sales shown in C.P.R. column.
The totals of C.P.R. ticket sales, and deposit columns are taken
over by agent to be entered in C.P.R. general Cash Book, Credit
side of H.L. showing same as remitted to agent and initialed by
him as received*
When no money is paid in advance the whole amount
can be treated same as balance referred to in above paragraph i.eu
entered in "Receipts for foreign lines tickets" - Receipt portion
af 1643 remaining, of course, blank*
I see no reason why stock of 1648 should be "split"
using one series where no money is paid in advance, and another
where a deposit or the whole amount is received* Mr. Tennant
advised February 4th last, however, that Mr. McElroy has been advised that the practice of demanding payment in advance for transportation required will be discontinued as soon as Form 1648 is
put into use as Los Angeles*
At San Francisco there is only an occasional deposit
taken, I understand, and there should not be frequent need** to apply
above procedure ia treatment of advance payments*
"If Form 1648 for a deposit is entered in C.P^R.
Cash Book, what will agent do at the end of a period" ?
There is no n^e^L  to make Credit entry to cover saoh
tte»s.  They will be transferred to agent together with other
receipts at the close of the day (and period), and should be remitted at once and claimed on that period's Balance Sheet-  When
the transaction is completed in next period, balance when received A. L. McConnell, Esq-,      -5-
will be entered in "Receipts account foreign lines" giving
reference to Form 1648 in previous period on which deposit was
taken.
If initial lines tickets have been received and
settlement made with them at the close of the day at the end of
a period, but tickets have not been delivered passenger nor payment received, the amount will have to go outstanding, and when
received by clerk in next period treated as above but when transferred to agent, taken to Debit in Agent's Cash Book on 0/S
column (see Clause (3) of Mr. Tennantfs instwsctions attached).
Agent's general Cash Book will, of course, show
similar Debit columns for "C.P_.R. Ticket Sales" and "Receipts a/c
Foreign Lines" (daily totals of similar columns in Clerks' Fora
H.L.), and Credit side should show column for "Settlement with
Initial Lines"* (Form 1648). My letter of 6th instant reads (last
paragraph) "All Cash received should be immediately entered.
in our regular Cash Book".  Please eliminate word "immediately* -
entries of all ticket sales etc., being made only at the close
of the dayfs business-
Re Cash Balance Los Angeles*  See my letter Apl*
28th sending you copy of authority to agent to carry $1200+00*
during summer tourist season*
If more cheques are received at Los Angeles than
at San Francisco, Agent will require to obtain larger and mora
frequent advances from Local Treasurer.  Agent evidently does not
feel that a larger cash balance is necessary as he applied for
above amount on April 21st*  However, if a larger balance is found
to be absolutely necessary, please advise at once riving full
particulars - when you visit the office.
I am today requesting Stock List and Differences
for these offices and will send you at the end of this week.
Yours truly,
Auditor of Agencies. //////// Vaaeeuver, B.C, June 12tk, 1925.
Ca   J_   Black,  B*ft«.jj
Autlter cf Aceacisa, O236424.
Meatreal,
T.#&r Fir:-
Loa Aagalea -  Cank Balance.
Referriag te your latter 4th inat.   te Mr. McCeaaell
regarding abave.
Mr Smell kaa ha* aerae furtker ceaiauaicatiea fr#m Mr.C.B.
"Foater,   an* I have bee* again ablife* te *iacmee with hia tke queatism
et mai^ig Perm 1648 at Lea  Amcelca.  He haa written Mr.  Peater,  9tk imat.,
tetailiag his viewa  *_»& me deubt kia letter will be referred te yemt
Mr.  Snell ia  in favar ef entirely *iaceuraging the
practice ef accepting *epeaite at Les  A&gelaa,  aa* peiata  eut  tkat tkat
practice ia  wat faun* te be meceaaary at San Pramcisce an* etker U.S.A*
efficea.
It  ia my recellectiea tkat Lea Aagelea accepta m®r*
ckequea  thaa Sam Praaeiace  far tke  repayment ef ticketa purckaae*,  an*
uaiir tke preaent arraagemeat ageat camnet anticipate in wkat fsrm tke
value ef ticketa purchase* frem initial liaee will be pai* kirn.   In tka
meantime kia  I*O.U.   ia  kal* by tke  initial  lime am* is  *ue te be  takes
up tke *ay fallowing purchase.   If arteuitt  ia  pai* eur ardent  in cheque
farm ke  ia  oblige* te use kia werking. lUa* te  ratire tke I.O.U,
I might alaa paimt eut  tkat tka *aily p&rckasiag,  ^m*
*slivary ef ticketa  te passeagere,   fluctuatea,  am* if ckequea  are
largely aaa* in. payment te ua  agent1 a werking fua* \?ill frequently be
atrsaine* te meat kia ebliratieas.  He casset ba assure* tkat  fun*a wire*
fer will alwaya be available ta  take up kia I.O.U.a within tke specified
time.  Under tke circumstancea I  think tkat ageat1'*   requeat far-a |200Q.
werking fun* ia moderate,  an* I *aubt if ke will  alwaya be in a positie*
te praperly ka**le tke matter witk tkat araeunt,
Yeu caul* evercene thia by an arrangement whereby agent
r--eul* wire  treasury eack nigkt  far an a*vance  equal  t#  tke tatal  amount
ef purchases raa*e by him Wmrtmg tkat day,   Agent can t;--en remit all
receipta an* net kave tc  warry aa  ta  kew passenger will pay kim,   #r ba
embarrass** aa  te lifyiag kia  I.O.U.a.  Under &uck an arrangameat agent
waul* only require a mental werking  fUa* far tke usual effice *isburse«
mattte-
Ragardlag yeur recent instructions that all receipta
must be enters* threugh O.P.R* caak b®tk in the usual way. Tkat will
werk eut tatiafacterily un*er tke matka* af #ur net accepting any # 2 G.J.Black,  Isq.,
Aepesitaf   an* will be tke same practice  as   fellewe* in handing Farms
1659  at San Francises;   But i  cannet see kcw preper prcvieiea kas beea
male  JRMT tke kanAlisg ef any Aepasits wkick agent may be ctblige* te
accept.
A Aepeeit,  ar part payment,  en am iatsaAe*  trip ©ftea
casset be cuvare* by a lam 1648 drawn am as-initial lias  ftr specific
tickets.  If agent enters suck amaunts through ©Mr eaah bc_#k ke Itaes
central af tkat cask;   ae it naturally becemee a surplus balaacs an* kaa
te be  remitta*.   If suck transaction ia  net cemplete* witkia tke currant
peria* how will  ageat acceuat tkat *epe*lt.  As peiate* out ia previous
letters yeu will be eblige* te permit S/brs  far subsequent S/ Cr% wkea
tke  trassacties ia  oamplete*.  Otherwise  it sheult ba kaaila* tke gamt
as etker cey'e  £tea*s  as* antere* tkreugk tke f#reif:s cask beak rac©r*.
a preper receipt akeul* alee be  issue* se  tkat travelling* auAiter kas a
check as tuck fuaAe  tka tame  as  against me say erAer sales.
Tke suggestiem tkat a Attackable  receipt be proviAsA aa
Term 1648 te caver tke eccasienal Aapesit ma*e is,  te my ml a*,  net
practicable;  males a ymx intuit* tkat nuck F.1648 simply cavers  receipt
far Aepeeit ma*# an* will  net be use* aa  an er*er an tke initial' line.
Aa  athti'Vii explains* tke ©rAer, uMar same circumstances,  casset be
Arawm an tke initial  lias at tka time Aepeeit is ntaAe. Wkea ageat is  im
a pesitiea te call far tickats  require* ke can then issue aaa tke r 1648
te  caver.   If this was  agree* te  it waul* net be sec ess ary te praviAs a
raceipt partiea.  Tke srlflssl ef P.1648 caul* be suitably tsAerae* an*
ham*e* paeaencer aa  a raceipt.  Tke effice capy ef thia waul* provide tke
sec aaa a ary check against fun*a  ao cellsets*,  an* travelling auAitor
ceul* verify tkat ameumt appears  te *ebit in current cask bo$kt  ®r is
at s/Wr im tke peria* cell^cte*.   In tke Meantime tkat particular 1648
is,  ef ceurte,  net accoumtat far ta A.P.R.
Mr,  8-nallfs cerreepoa*eace witk etker U.S.  General Agents
hreu^kt eut  tka fact tkat Aepesita  ara semtimee unavoidable,   am* tkat
tke practice has b^ea far eg eats  te k©l* such amaunts until  tke purchase
an* ialivery af ticketa kas been ma*a.He prc.vi&ioa has haes made te
caver auch it mm,   ne gtamA&r* farm of raceipt establish®*,   an* amenta
Aa fiat acceuat fer suck Aepesita.
I  r€tmni Mr.   Themes letter ef May 25 th,   an* am tu raise
file back te Mr. McCassail,
Yaurs  truly,
x.. J_« FORM  101
c.  CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
-NTER-DEPARTM ENT
CORRESPONDENCE PILE l/S§
Vancouver, B.C#i June 9, 1925
Deposit Beoeipt - Form 1648
Mr. Ot li foster,
PXtf <* Mcratra&l, One*
Tour fila 20 of Juna 4th enclosing copy of __tr> Black's
lattar of tha 2nd with reference to th© above*
Mr* IJannsnt and I hava again reviewed tha whole subject,
and while tha last paragraph of ftr# Blackfa letter refers to a
stagflation to add to tka foot of tha triplicate aopy of Form
1S48 a dutaebabla receipt to cover deposits, thia does not appear
to us to ba feasible or practicable*
Form 1648 it mow in use at ian Francisco and Los ingeles and
is working satisfactorily, particularly in Jan i^ancisae, but for
some untaoifn reason tka pmatiee - probably inaugurated by Mr.
lollroyfs predecessor - has bean in our Los Aaesles office to get
deposits in order to hold prospective business wherever we can,
and thia has grown to such am extent that much of the business
ticketed ia Los Jageles &geney is on deposits*
I am in favor of discouraging the taking of deposits im
connection with prospective sales in Los Angeles offioef parti-.
oularly on rail business*
If, aa suggested in the last paragraph of Mr* Blank's latter,
a detachable receipt portion for deposits be added to present Form
1648, it m  In otar mind - would complicate matters, inasmuch as the
Spavalling Auditor would !_j_ve no mmm  of checking what tbat
particular receipt called for, unless It was made in triplicate*
She red portion of Form 1648 is really a stub which is retained
in tha office,'and tha idem of making a triplicate copy was tbat
wa oould leave the third copy with tha initial line In 3an franoisoo
for their records, tha original copy being lifted by our agsnt whan
completing tha cash transaction*
She difficulty seams to be that where we accept deposit and
put it throu#i eur cash book thare is no means of withdrawing this
amount to complete tha total amount of tha transact lon to settle for
tha original form with tha initial line, consequently agant is obliged
to wire continually for.fsnda to laaka full settlement with tha initial
line. FORM  101
*'    CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
tNTER-DEPARTMENT
CORRESPONDENCE FILE
•2-
I understand that none of our other offices have any
arrangement insofar as dataohmble raoeipt for daposlts is
concerned on Form 1648* Wheretthey find it necessary for any
special reason to accept a deposit on account of rail tlckst,
they simply giva ths passenger tha ordinary receipt Form 599.
hold tha cash deposited, and whan tha pMSeagev calls to ooniplate
tha transaction, they lift tha raoeipt and report tha balanoa of
the payment together with original daposlt to clear tha transaction*
fhare is no reason apparent why this same system cannot work
out in Los Angelas, and to facilitate tha arrangamant, which seams
to be working satisfactorily in other offices, I am prepared to
suggest to ©ur Los Angelas office to diseoaraga tha taking of
deposits on account of rail tickets* 2hls will in tha opinion of
Mr* Tennant and mysalf simplify matters, and if any arrangement
for a special receipt for daposlts Is desired, no doubt it would
be a standard one applicable to all U*3* agencies*
GO * Br. A. B* fsnnant,
travelling Auditor,
Building*
Gemral Paswager Agent , j. ehCack,
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.  \g.  URWIN.
ASST. AUDITOR OF  AGENC.ES
B.  ARNUM
* ASST.  AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
o/n
6-256424        Montreal, June 4th, 1985*
km   hm  McConnell, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor, I  4 L g &
fancouver, B.G..
Dear Sir:~
Los Angeles - Cash Balance
Referring to your letter of May 28th attached to
Report #1989.  Agent's application for increasing Cash Balance has
been received, dated May 28th advising that in connection with the
use of Worn  1648 on June 1st, and the discontinuance of the practice
of demanding payment in advance of tickets - he requires that his
working fund be increased from $1200*00 to $2000*00 to enable him
to make prompt settlement with other lines.
Before giving any such authority I would like to know
if agent has heen instructed by G.P»A* merely to discontinue the
practice of demanding deposits, and is it the intention systematically
to discourage the practice at every opportunity* It is difficult to
understand the reason for an Agent hesitating to receive such deposits
whenever offered, and moreover, it would reduce the necessity for
carrying a larger cash balance than has been required in the past.
On the other hand, even if a large amount is received in deposit -
if cheques only are received drawn in favor of Canadian Pacific Rly.,
they would have to be remitted and agent would require to obtain
cash advances through Local Treasurer*
Please let me have full information to enable w   to
decide if such an increase as requested is absolutely necessary.
Agent9s letter attached, which please return as promptly as possible
with your further report, as meantime Agent will have to get along as
best he can by obtaining advances from Local Ireaau*^
Yours truly,
Auditor -Sf^AgencieaK //V ^
Form 1648.
'r333 *
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CANADIAN, PACIFIC   RAILWAY
TICKET*  ORDER
TICKET AGENT
RY.
No.  3015
719-
From-
Please furnish me.
To 7	
(Number)
-Class.
-Tickets
Fare_
Am'L
Sleeper
Tickets-
To.
(Space)
(Class)
Ai-Tt-
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Tickets to be dated-
Going limit-
Final return limit
VIA RAILWAY
or STEAMSHIP
S.OING   ROUTE
JUNCTION  POINTS
To
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or STEAMSHIP
To
To
To
To
To
To
To
To
To
RETURN    ROUTE
JUNCTION   POINTS
To_
To_
To_
To_
To_
To_
To_
To_
To_
To_
Form_
Form_
Form.
Form.
PARTICULARS OF TICKETS TO BE FILLED IN BY ISSUING LINE
Nos..
Nos..
Nos..
Nos._
City Ticket Agent
By_
RECEIVED TICKETS DESCRIBED ABOVE
Stamp here
DESCRIPTION
OF
PASSENGER
3
MALE
SLIM
O     O
MEDIUM
O     O
STOUT
O | O
SHORT
MEDIUM
TALL
YOUNG
MIDDLE AGE
O     O
ELDERLY
LIGHT HAIR
DARK HAIR
O     O
GRAY HAIR
FEMALE
O     O
Form 1648.
SLEEPING   CAR   SPACE
ta am »»»»♦«_»»_►»»»•-♦»- ion
No.
f
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RAILROAD
FROM
TO
SPACE
DESIRED
CLASS
TRAIN
DATE
SPACE
SECURED
CAR
NUMBER
Name-
Address
Telephone-
Memo:-
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Form 1648. .*
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CANADIAN .PACIFIC   RAILWAY
AGENT'S OFFICE COPY OF TICKET ORDER
For Office Record Only, and of no Negotiable Value
TICKET AGENT,
RY.
N°- 3015
.19.
m
•• A^r
From-
Sleeper
Tickets-
To
fo_
(Number)
Fare.
-Class .
(Space)
(Class)
Am't.
Am't.
TotaL
- Tickets
Tickets to be dated.
VIA RAILWAY
or STEAMSHIP
GOING   ROUTE
Going limit-
Final return limit.
JUNCTION POINTS
To_
To_
To_
To_
To_
To_
To_
To__
To_
To_
VIA RAILWAY
or STEAMSHIP
RETURN ROUTE
JUNCTION   POINTS
To_
To_
To.
To__
To_
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T©_
To_
T©_
To_
Form_
Form_
Form_
PARTICULARS OF TICKETS TO BE FILLED IN BY ISSUING LINE
Nos..
Nos._
Nos._
Nos..
City Ticket Agent
By_
Stamp here
DESCRIPTION
OF
PASSENGER
MALE
SLIM
MEDIUM
STOUT
SHORT
MEDIUM
TALL
YOUNG
MIDDLE AGE
ELDERLY
LIGHT HAIR
DARK HAIR
GRAY HAIR
FEMALE
O     O
O     O
O     O
O | O
O     O
O     O
OOO.
O | O ;
O    O
O    O
.
SLEEPING   CAR   SPACE
RAILROAD
FROM
TO
SPACE
DESIRED
CLASS
TRAIN
DATE
SPACE
SECURED
CAR
NUMBER
Name-
Address.
Telephone.
Memo.
«ho redeem their own orders will report the Issue thereof on Local Ticket Report
ALUE, and WILL ATTACH THE ORIGINAL ORDERS TO SU$H REPORT.
mm^m-
9
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X FORM T.D. 1 ^
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY'S TELEGRAPH
TELEGRAM
CABLE CONNECTIONS TO ALL THE WORLD
J« McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs* Montreal,
16
0  VOL
C   J   BLACK ,      ^       CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
7^ OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C. J.  BLACK, JJ
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES _ _*•__.__-_»_-.        m * * «_•_._._ -_  __ _•_ *-
6-256424      Montreal,       May 11th ,   1925*
R.  W.  URWIN,
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
285677
^
Am  L. McConnell, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C*
Dear Sir:-
San Francisco & Los Angel es^.
Your letter 2nd instant in regard to accounting
for Porn 1648♦
As advised you in my letter of 6th instant, it
appears that each ticket clerk at San Francisco, anu presumably
at Los Angeles, enters all cash received in Form H.L. (combination ticket and cash book).  If this is being done I see no
reason why they should not continue to enter details cf deposits
in form H.L. , which will enable them (and Agent) to balance their
daily transactions therein, totals of ticket sales (C.P.R.) and
"Receipts account foreign lines1* being transferred to Agent for
entry in general (C.P.R.) Cash Book,.
Ihe following instructions (in accordance with
Clause (2) of Mr. _0ennantfs instructions attached) are given on
the understanding that settlement with initial line for tickets
purchased will be made, if not at time of purchase, at the latest
at the close of each day's business for all tickets obtained
during that day, and that, therefore, there will be no deposit held
in cash balance over the close of a period, beyond amount of cash
balance authorised*
.        If passenger pays in full in aivance, debit entry
can be made in H.L. in column headed "Receipts account foreign lines11
and if any C.P.R. tickets involved value of same entered in column
"C.P.R. ticket sales11. Form 1648 is then made on (say) So. Pac. for
tickets required over their line, receipt at bottom having been
given passenger for the whole, amount of C.P.R. and foreign tickets
purchased by passenger* ;      o       CANAD,AN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
^ OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C. J.  BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
MONTREAL,
R.  W.  URWIN,
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
A. L. McConnell, Esq.,      -2-
If passenger makes a deposit only, this should
be entered by clerk in column "Receipts account Foreign Ticket
Sales".  Form 1648 is then made for initial lines tickets and
C.P.R* tickets made up.  When tickets are delivered and balance
received, amount of 1648 for foreign line tickets is entered in
that "Receipt" column, and C.P.R. sales shown in C.P.R. column.
The totals of C.P.R. ticket sales, and deposit columns are taken
over by agent to be entered in C.P.R. general Cash Book, Credit
side of H.L. showing same as remitted to agent and initialed by
him as received*
When no money is paid in advance the whole amount
can be treated s_unecae balance referred to in above paragraph i.e.
entered in "Receipts for foreign lines tickets"- Receipt portion
of 1648 remaining, of course, blank*.
I see no reason why stock of 1648 should be "split"
using one series where no money is paid in advance, and another
where a deposit or the whole amount is received. Er- Tennant
advised February 4th last, however, that'Mr. McElroy has been advised that the practice of demanding payment in advance for transportation required will be discontinued as soon as Form 1648 is put
into use at Los Angeles."
At San Francisco there is only an occasional deposit
taken, I understand, and there should not be frequent need to apply
above procedure in treatment of advance payments.
"If Form 1648 for a deposit is entered in C.P.R.
Cash Book, what will agent do at the end of a period" ?
There is no need to make Credit entry to cover such
items.  They will be transferred to agent together with other
receipts at the close of the day (and period), and should be remitted, at once and claimed on that period*s Balance Sheet.  When
the transaction is completed in next period, balance when received CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY
O
^ OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C. J.  BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.  W.  URWIN.
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
MONTREAL,
A. L. McConnell, Esq. ,   -3-
will be entered in "Receipts account foreign lines" giving
reference to Form 1648 in previous period.on which deposit was
taken*
If initial lines tickets have been received and
settlement made with them at the close of the day at the end  of
a period, but tickets have not been delivered passenger nor payment received, the amount will have to go outstanding, and when
received by clerk in next period treated as above but when transferred to agent, taken to Debit in Agent1s Cash Book on 0/S
column (see Clause(3) of Mr. Tennant*s instructions attached)*
Agentfs general Cash Book will, of course, show
similar Debit columns for "C.P.R. Ticket Sales" and "Receipts a/c
Foreign Lines" (daily totals of similar columns in Clerks* Form
H.L*), and Credit side should show column for "Settlement with
Initial Lines".(Form 1648)* My  letter of 6th instant reads (last
paragraph) "All Cash received   should be immediately entered
in our regular Cash Book". Please eliminate word "immediately" -
entries of all ticket sales etc., being made only at the close
of the day's business*
Re Cash Balance Los Angeles.  See my letter Apl*
28th. sending you copy of authority to agent to carry |1200*00
during summer tourist season.
If more cheques are received at Los Angeles than
at San Francisco, Agent will require to obtain larger and more
frequent advances from Local Treasurer. Agent evidently does not
feel that a larger cash balance is necessary as he applied for
above amount on April 21st.  However, ijf a larger balance is found
to be absolutely necessary, please advise at once giving full
particulars - when you visit the office.
I am today requesting: Stock List and Differences
for these offices and will send you at the  end ^f this week*
lours truly,
-<£*&*^^
encies. X
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Mgmo of instructions to San Francisco^
(1) All cheques accepted by Agent must be turned over to bank for.deposit
account Can. Pac* Ry.  Under no circumstances shall cheques be endorsed
and used to obtain cash, deposited in "Revolving Account", or used in
payment of tickets purchased from ether lines.  See Mr. Black*s
Circular No. 4 (amended) regarding handling cheques and cash*
(2) All tickets purchased from initial lines must be covered by issue of
our Form lj*59*  The I.O.U* portion of this form will be retained by the
Sou. Pac. until redeemed by agent.  Tickets secured from other lines
will be covered by issue of cheque at time of purchase.  Cheque will be
issued daily covering settlement with Sou. Pac. for all tickets obtained from them during the day, and our I.O.Ufs portion of 1659 lifted.
No form of 1*0.U.(excepting 1659) will be used by agent in the purchase
of tickets.
(3) Pullman tickets secured on deposit, per S.P. Form 6710, will be covered
by  issue of our £#£§ and paid for in the daily cheque settlement with
S.P.  If such tickets are not lifted from them, (and paid for by passenger) within the current period, the amount will be placed outstanding
until paid for.  Return of our deposit from S.P., account our requesting cancellation, will be shown in cash book "Refund by S.P. 1659 #*.*"
and the cancellation noted on office copy of 1659*
(4) Agent will deposit in his "Revolving Account" sufficient cash to meet
cheques issued, as per clause 2, and also will keep in bank any portion
of his authorized working fund, #1000*00- not required in office for
change and incidental expenses.  Any surplus over and above this amount
must be remitted to Local Treasurer; so that balance carried will not
exceed |1000*
(5) If cheques accepted (and remitted- to Treasurer as per Clause 1) should
exceed cash receipts available for remittance to our Treasury; thus
preventing agent from depositing in Revolving Account sufficient fusds
to meet cheques issued for tickets purchased from initial lines, he
will immediately wire Local Treasurer for cash required; stating
clearly why amount is required*
(6) Deposits accepted from passengers on tickets that cannot, for some
reason, be immediately purchased and delivered to passengers, will be
covered by issue of receipt form now supplied for the purpose*  Such
deposits will not be entered through cash book; but will be held by
argent until in a position to issue 1659.  Amount will then be applied
and entered through cash book to clear the 1659, and such funds will
be remitted to agent with other daily collections. COPY   OF  TELEGRAM   SENT   BY
ana. ian Pacific Railway Company's'Telegraph
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
Form 153g
ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT.
.192
P
made
At an examination of the Accounts of our Telegraph Agent at 	
 - ■■ .             the following monthly bills were found charged to your account:
MONTH
AMOUNT
DATE RENDERED
REMARKS
To enable meto verify our Agent's Account, will you please compare this statement with your books, and if
found correct affix your signature below, returning this statement to me in the enclosed envelope, and oblige,
Yours truly,
on.
Travelling Auditor.
The amounts named above as being due to the  Canadian   Pacific   Railway  Company,   were   unpaid
 192 	 /
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RA.LWAY COMPANY
RAILWAY TELEGRAM
FORM 187
J. McMillan, General Manager of Telegraphs.     j
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FORM T_0_ 1 &/
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY'S TELEGRAPH
TELEGRAM
CABLE CONNECTIONS TO ALL THE WORLD
J. MofvllLLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
197RACR  R3
MONTREAL QUE  MAY   7TH   1925
A   L MCCONNELL .     *
TRAVELLING  AUSITOR     VANCOUVER  B.C.
WROTE  YOU   PRESIDE  POTTED  RE  EASTER  AND  GAUZE  GET LETTER BOAT WRITER  THESE
PREVARICATINGS   REPLY
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nked y©«   for tsspoased BalaBoe for tbe GBBiiBg leison. If so I do not
mmm*  37:3 amount Be &as _»«t Bested. Mr.Ter.nant's reason for a larger
balance at bos Angeles .Ivan 1   San Francisco, Is his recollection
it bos Angeles i ' oa'JJed upon to accept BBrt cheques that San
Pranolsoo.    Tn tbat case it w®l& require a larger   ©BSB balance tc eevtr
sttti open Is  il th i ^:.ti^ r g IIb es.
/be'" glvlBg _ie :ii itpuct.efc's oi  polBts raised, please
,.'La 7. ..yok lists ar.a aiffer.nooo .a' tBose offices.
yours truly,
'rav. Auditor. r
*3
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY
MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL &   SAULT   STE. MARIE   RAILWAY
DULUTH, SOUTH  SHORE   & ATLANTIC   RAILWAY
INTER-DEPARTMENT
CORRESPONDENCE
LOS ANGELES
April 21st,   1925.
_-
Mr.   A.   Ii.  McDonnell*
Traveling Audi tor,
Vancouver, B.C#
Dear Sir:
Have received instructions from Mr. Snell to put *
street order form 1648 into use* |£
In view of the fact that we will "be dealing with
the Union Pacific, Southern Pacific, Santa F.e ana
Pacific Steamship Company, I would be pleased to
know how you wish this form to be handled through
my cash book*
In San Francisco, it is rather a simple thing, as
they are more or less dealing with the Southern
Pacific only*
Yours
WRT/AK.
ity Ticket Agent•
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OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
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R.  W.   URWIN
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
km  L. McConnell, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B_.C.
Oear Sir;-
S^,n Francisco A Los Angeles
Your letter of 6th instant*
I note you state a supply of printed sheets -
Skeleton Form 1648 - have been printed at San Francisco, instead of the blank sheet suggested by Mr* Tennant, and these /
are now in the hands of Agents San Francisco and Los Angeles,/
Agents at these offices having been instructed to put Form \J
164S into use on April 1st.
In regard to triplicate receipt form recommended by Mr* Tennant. Mr. Foster, P^T.M. , in his letter to Mr.
Snell of July 50th, 1924 advises as follows:-
*If Los Angeles can collect the money for the foreign lines
rail ticket before delivering the ticket, I see no reason
whatever why they should not use form 1648, the same as
other offices, and instead of issuing the first sheet of
the form as a request or an order on the initial line,
write* or stamp at the bottom of the form -
"Received payment for tickets to be delivered as indicated
above*
and the first sheet of form 164S when so endorsed and signed
by the ticket clerk to be handed to the passenger to hold as
a receipt until exchanged for tickets* The ticket clerk would
then take the~second sheet, that is, the red copy of the order,
to the connecting lines ticket office, purchase the tickets
and pay for same, and return to the C.P* office with the
tickets and the red copy, which would not be required by the
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OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C. J.  BLACK,
AUDIT^R^OF AGENCIES
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R.  W.  URWIN, '
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM V A. %
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES XOUTS       trUXy ,
A.  L. McConnell,  Esq.* -2- Auditg^of Agena*^&-
initial line as they would have the money for the tickets^
When the passenger then calls for his tickets, ticket
clerk would lift the first copy, that is, the receipted
copy ot  form 1648 that was handed to the passenger, deliver the tickets and take receipt for same* He would then
have both copies of form 1648 in the office and could send
one copy to Auditor of Passenger Receipts with his report.*
When 1648 is revised, provision can be made at bottom for receipt
as suggested by Mr. Foster, but in the meantime, could not receipt
be £iv^^^^^9^ieP°sit received,by ticket clerk writing stich
receiptAso ^akt  carbon copy would be held for each deposit made-
Form 1648 is consecutively numbered,- and I presume the additional
skeleton interleaves are also numbered, or will be given same
number as the other portion, as they are used ? Will not this
serve in place of the proposed triplicate receipt - I take it,
the first portion being given passenger and the skeleton to initial
line, this will leave the third or red portion always with the
ticket clerk ? Please discuss this with Mr. Tennant and advise*
In regard to Cash Balance at Los Angeles being,
raised as Mr. Tennant suggests in his letter of February 4th to
#2500_.Q0.  If this is necessary I presume application will be received from Agent in the near future* I have received application
from Sain Francisco to increase his cash balance tc $2000 #.00 for
the summer season, and this was authorised on the 15th instant*
I cannot see why Los Angeles should require #500*00 more than
San Francisco, even though tbe former has cut out receiving deposits before issuing or purchasing tickets , as payment will be
made for same when the transaction is completed and before it is
necessary to make settlement with the initial line ?
Please look into this further when you visit this
office, and advise if necessary* Form 1659
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C. J. Black,  Esq.,
In (ti to r 0 f _g en ci M, i ten t re al.
Dear sir.,
San Francisco and Tjqs Angeles,
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Forpi 1Q48.
Iltirma to y_ur G 2364.4,   .93677 Me*.  19th.
t have b.er able to see Mr.Snell this i» firing,
He advises that all lines are aireeahle to accepting our
He had just received advice froi. General Agent,
S«a Francisco thai they had Ind printed a supply uf sh;ets t© be used
is additional copy to be left with Issuing line, f understand that this
is in the for* r3. I skeleton P 1048 instead of a blank sheet as i. entione
by kr. Tennant in his letter Feb. 4th.
That a supply of these forms had been sent to Los Angeles and that
San Francisco   .v. ooffmenoina Apl. 1st to qm F 1S4C
Mr.Snell la no* nrrling Les Anaeles instructing then to connenoe use of
P 1648.
I_r.Snell   vrete Mr.Foster Feb. 3rd re revision of P 164. and latter
replied Feb.  13th that there   .ere 4.00 book, of P 15.£ in stock and that
.hen that   .took wti used up a revised form  iml& be gitigB eut.
Please note par.ap.faph in Br.feasant*s letter Feb. 4th re
i)m3*i i-*_x«i*0fc; r c-mh mi, ij re^uiTi-d _»_ Lw3 ii-geles unaer new arranger ent.
Bis idee  fas that *Mle   .gent »ay not require this afcoent at all times
yet this aut-tority  fill enable lis  then necessary to request t,eaal
treasurer to advance him up y th.it   y un. to replace cheques  .hieh
he may have to accept in connection   .j th basiaes^-
?ith regard te _he receipt torn.    As Mr.Tei nant stated
in his le-ter Feb. 4th. Hr. .neii  .hinks this is a Batter for the Audit
office to take up   ., li Is _r  Haunting form, and is to be standard
to be used at other tt.s. of floes beside those in his territory.
He has not taken  my action in regard to getUfig out a standard form.
I_&_.xj-K£im_0-J_
^o far as   no;, -.ryeles met San Francisco are concerned
! presume that, until the nr. standard recey-t lorr.' is ge_ien out,  thu.e  _
offices can continue to use the forms put into use by Mr.Tennant.
arrangements are therefore not completed se t .at
instructionI can be niven to AE.n.s at these points.
It might be advisable to visi. tfeese offices as soon as possible to see
/'ia_ P ].64f is being properly used. Please  .ay  ts 3  _ys.
l\m #ien   -he scmdard reoe <<t Conn is gotten out T presume you   .ill
instruct is to ho .  .he accounting is to be done in connection   .ith same.
See kr.Iennant's letter Kov. 14^1 second list paragraph, and his letter
Feb. 4/.3, second paragraph, Page %*
1   .ould like to have stock lists aid differences «hen
next visltin.i the^e offices.
From information obtained   to day it _ould appear -hat
t   .ill be held for jury duty for about three  .eeks longer.
4s j--*- ..iii *_-*<-# I have b_er. -li_ -v _v selte »ork and expect to do more
this veek.
Yours .ruly,
^rav. Audi tor. 33L CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
C.   J. BLACK,
•    AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
Ft.  W.  URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
3.   ARNUM,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
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G-236424  Montreal,    March igth , 1925.
2 2 5 6 7 7
A. L. McConnell, E^ £. ,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, ELG.
Dear Sir;-*
San Francisco & Los Angeles -
I have yours of 14th instant advising re your
* .Azy  summoned, to serve on petty jury for about three weeks,
and, suggesting that Mr. Tennant visit the California offices-
referring to his letter February 4th last*
I would prefer you to do this, as soon as you
get free.
The matter covered by above files and Mr*
Ty:  _it*s letters of February 4th and previous, has been held
ov= i   nding advice from Mr- Snell, General Passenger Agent,
that arrangements had been completed for the adoption at all
offices of Form 1648.  Also re the adoption of a standard
triplicate receipt form to cover deposits■- similar to that
placed in use at Los Angeles by  Mr. Tennant - for use of all
U.S* ticket offices*
I wish you would get Mr. Tennant*s file of
correspondence regarding these matters under above files and
make yourself thoroughly familiar with our and his ideas on
the subjecrt*- thS'tl BWQ  Mr. Snell, G.P.A*, and ascertain just
what the position is in connection with both Form 1648 and the
Receipt Form.  There seems to be no  objection to Form 1648 to
be put in use with initial lines as outlined by Mr* Tennant in
]Is letter February 4th in place of 1659 if Mr. Snell has obtained their consent to accept same, but it would alsy seem to
be necessary to have triplicate receipt form numb erect consecutive" „
also supplied to our California offices, as well as other U.S.
office:*.
lou will then be in position to instruct Agents
^fif ari:    .nts have been completed) as to our requirements when
these forms are inaugurated.
Please advise if anything further required from
this end - or if you require S/LIst or Differences before goi
south, wire me soon as possible*
Yours trulyj COPY- San Ifrancisco, Feb. 20, 1925
Purchasing Tickets from Foreign Lines
Deposit Receipts*
Mr. 0. E. E_ Ussher,
General Passenger Traffic Manager,
Canadian Pacific Bailway,
Montreal, Que.
Dear Sir:
I enclose requisition for 500 of Form 1648, ticket orders to
he used by this office when purchasing tickets of Southern Pacific
and other foreign lines.
This requisition made at the request of Mr. Snell, who has arranged
with the Southern Pacific to honor this order.
Yours very truly,
(Signed) F. L. NASON
CO - Mr.-W. H. Snell.
This refers to your file l/25 Feb* 10th. Mr. Hiclo__an says
it will be 0*K. to use this form.  I will get in touch with Mr,
Mcllrpy and arrange printing of the triplicate copies.
(Signed) F. L. Nason February 24, 1925
Mr. A. W. Tennant,
Auditor,
Building.
For your information.
W.  H.  SHELL*-
Per ... aj^ma a
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Genera! Passenger Aipifc ///////// Vancouver, B.C. Feby.4tht 1925.
C*   Tm  Black,   3a q.$
Auditor of Age no leg, 0-236424*
Montreal. 223677.
^ear Sir:-
Loe Anf;ele& •  Triplicate receipt given
intending p  aacnglrra  for deposits made.
Further  to my let tor 'joveiiber 14 th regarding above.
Kr.   Snell  hail  since visited S&n Vrancisco and Lob   Angeles
and advi&aa  that,  within a fev* days,  he expects   to  have confirmation
that  all  initial lines will  accept our standard form 1648 in ths
puro hating of tickets from them at these point a.
i'ha Sou the ra Pacific Officials  were  quita agreeable  to
making  thie change;   In fact  issued instructions  to  agents  accordingly,
but certain objections  \3er& consequently raided by  thsir U-jeut at San
vrancisco.  vr,   Snell n#t tho latt«r ..ontlornan on his  northbound lripf
was  able  to overcome  the objections   raised,   and agent promised to
wi a*  m73a   B   .13,  s*at  u table   w  riBsiain over for a further
interview  •. '.ad of t I .-parteient;   but  arranged  that
CQ3r/ lon of ,-;h&n^e would  follow him to  Vancouver*
'rr.   Snell hi e id to  provide the Sou.Pao.   v/ith a copy
of each  or3 :*av.n  9 m,   tc  he  retained by  th$i tfltft«   Hil*   to ba
obtained by   inserting a blank  Bha&t,   for carbon copyx , issuing  our
3d 1648.
Other initial  rail  linoa at San Iranoiao* a t.< „,^l©a
Till,  accept our jfoarm 1648,   without  r ion,   und extend. ,>rury
I.0.T-I.8*  Kr*   Sn&ll  is s Coast
u;hip Company,   at gsattle,   Lo  a i&e the tmm arrangement in
our dealings  iritli  thoir tta   at   these California Offices.
Mr. SC_ aroy Lead %%»M thu pi i of
Mired will he di&contin-
•n. ed   a.r.    .co-?   ai -lOfc.
I  nave pointed out  that it  at  that point will   then
require  a la_ ible him U t  our obligations  tc
othor lines.  I  i.hink it will ] Las  Angola* will  require,
at least,  ^2500*00  to properly handle hli  ^urchaaea.
Thia  arrangement will  do  awa$c v/ith tha uee of Form 1659
at San Francisco,   and also confine the nse of a receipt  form to   tha care
of deposits  that cannot he a-voidod. ///////// Vane guv-r/,  B.C. Vmty.4th/25.
C.   t. Black,  Kfeq.,  .
Auditor of Agencies, 0-236424
-it, real. 2236 77.
"Dear Bir:~
l,ok  AnrelcE  -   _rxplle_.-_   receipt g£T#lt irttfl
pa_£onf-er_  for deposit* made.   He,   Form 1648, # 2 C.J.Black,  Isq.,
An previously explained,  it jdHfci: would appear necessary
that gome standard form of receipt,   and method of accounting,  be
adopted to  take care of these miecelaneeue  transactions*   It' is   evident
that all efficea,   requiring to purchase ticketa from initial lines,  are
obliged  to  accept deposits,   and there  is  apparently no uniformity in
tha handling of game. :
"It  ia difficult_oo  anticipate   the  final diepobition of
s\ich deposit*,   vend- these collection!:-  cannot very well be covered by an
accounting ticket  form.   It  ie monies  that  should be made available for
agent's  credit -similar to Rroup  WA^ at  our fraught off ices-.Otherwise
these amounts have to ba carried as  funds belonging to  other companies.
In any case,  a form of receipt ia  necessary to  enable travelling auditor
to have a check on such funds.
I  think it advisable that this ba definitely lined up
and instructions be effective when I'ora 1646 is brought into use.  This
change will  no doubt be ma.de rery shortly,* and 1 would ba glad if you
will  advise your wishes  in this  connection.  Mr.  Snail  thinks  that this
ia a matter for the audit department to  take ©are ofs   and agrees  that
misacellaneous deposits cannot be avoided.   The  receipt form adopted
should be supplied to  all  such outside offices.
San Franc!§:€.©   z^nd Lqi_   /nf.jles   ore  noc ahe&t  due  for
check,   and I  think that  it would be advisable  to  have travelling auditor
instruct arents  at   the next visit to   these offices*
:'r#   Snail will  advise as soon us  arrang#m#ati   *.re
completed for the adoption of Fojsa 1048f  and 1  will  then give you &ny
further Information that may be  required*
I  understand that ts   augj bated that >"or_*_   i be
revised.   She ^r^&cnt provision 1'or dtJ&oriptiuii of p___tsenger can be
eliminated;   aa  it is  not now required xn connection with tickets  issued,
and the general make-up of this  order might be improved.
y 33X7733.   truly,
./ CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C. J. BLACK.
AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
R. W. URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
B. ARNUM,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
/YfNTfW Vancouver/,  B.C.  Fe_>y, 4 th/25.
C.   J.  Black,  Eeq.,
Auditor of Agenci<
Montreal.
Bear Sir:-
G-236424
223677.
Loe Angeles - Triplicate receipt given intending
paeeengers for deposits made. Re. Form 1648. //////// Vancouver, B.C. Mov.l4th/24.
C.   J.  Black,  Esq.,
Auditor of Agencies, G-2364 24
Montreal, 223677*
^ear 8ir:~
t/H  *jig#lii - triplicate receipt niven
intending passengers for deposits made.
sferring to your letter of October 13th.
The Paeifie Coast General Agent* hold a meeting here on
the 11th inst, and, at the request of ::r. Snell, T was present during
the discussion of above natter.
X would advise that nothing verv definite was arrived
at. ?rr. Tfc21roy is of the opinion that the Sou. Pac. Co. will not
agree to the adoption of Form 1648, nor to a credit arrangement at
sos Angeles, Mr. Snell is however of the opinion that these matters
can be arranged, and it is his intention to call upon the Sou. Pac.
Officials at San Francisco & Los Angeles soiatime in January in this
connection.
Mr* Snell will arrive in Montreal within the next few
days, and will call and discuss this matter with you.
As previously pointed out; if the Sou.Pac. will agree
to |fr« Shell*s suggestions} also that the practice of■ demanding
rment in advance for tickets be discontinued at Los Angelest there
is bound to be deposits in the handling o£  the business at these two
offices, and it is necessary tbat some definite official receipt,
or ticket form, ba used to account such nonies handled.
It is rather hard to offer any suggestions until we
know just what Hr* Snell is able to arrange, certain deposits cannot
be covered by any regular ticket form, and xt would seen necessary
to adopt a form along the Unas of the one now in use at Los Angeles *
Or, an accounting form be issued by the Audit Department to cover
miscelaneous deposits that cannot ba covered by a ticket form. These
collections to be taken to i?/nr on the Ts/s. and s/Cr taken on surrender of the original receipt from the depositor, Such receipts to be
attached to B/S. in support of s/cr. and, if necessary, the depositor's
acknowledgement of the delivery of tickets called for on such order.
SSI would only surrest this in the event of a chaac;e of policy at Los
Angeles.
Will you please advise the outcome of your discusexons
with ^r. Snell.. Yours truly, CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
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OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C.   J.   BLACK,
AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
R.  W.   URWIN,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
U/M
G - 2 J 6 4 2 4  Montreal, Ootober ljtfi, 1924*
2 2 5 6 7 7
A_ W+  lennant, Esq-,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C_
Dear Sir:-
Los Angeles - Triplicate receipt given
intending passengers for deposits made
Referring to yours of 23rd August last*  I
have heard mothing further in this connection*  Will you
please see G.P.A* Vancouver ard advise if any decision has
been come to, to adopy generally a standard numbered form
of receipt similar to that put into use by you at Los Angeles.
Yours truly,
Auditor of Agen y
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY
MINNEAPOLIS, ST.  PAUL &   SAULT  STE.  MARIE   RAILWAY
DULUTH, SOUTH   SHORE   &  ATLANTIC   RAILWAY
INTER-DEPARTMENT
CORRESPONDENCE
LOSANGELES       Oct*      20,      1924,
Special Delivery
Mr. A. L. McConnell,
Traveling Auditor9
Vancouvert B. C*
I am sorry itW.s necessary to delay returning
your file a few days on account of Mr# Mcllroy heing
confined to the house with a bad coldf and also Mr, Everett
did not get back into town until this mo inning*
After again looking over the situation, Mr.
Mcllroy, Mr, Everett and myself are convinced that the
present system is far ahead of Form 1648* As mentioned
to you, we had no difficulty whatever with our cash this
season, which,, I believe, has not been the case in the
past*
I also think you will find the Southern Pacific
would object to using form l648f as it would mean they
would practically have to go back to the old system of
I#0*U*s, as naturally, if they made an exception of us,
they would have to do the same for other lines*
The present system of receipt form is certainly
what we watnt to continue here#
mT/B
ITY TICKKT AG3OTT.
_* ///////// Vancouver,  B.C.   Auc.23rd/24.
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C.   J.   Black,   Esq.,
Auditor of Agencies, O236424.
Montreal. 223077.
Bear Sir;-
Los Angeles -  Triplicate receipt given
intending passengers  for deposits made.
Referring to my letter of 8th inst.
K1%  Snell has since received repliesfroa several of our
:.S.Arenta  regarding the handling of deposits..
It would appear that all offices are soutlines obliged to
accept payment,  or deposits,   account of tickets to b# purchased from
initial lines,  and the general practice is  to give passenger a receipt
on Fom 599.
One agent advises  that such deposits  are taken t© S/br,
another agent states that such collections are covered by P.862;  hut
the others advise that amounts so collected are simply held until the
pprchaee and delivery of tickets  is made.  Mr.  Snell  is now inclined to
thirdt that a standard mmhered form of receipt,   along the lines of the
ont now uaed at Lot Angeles,   is  necessary and cex.ld he aczxrit generally
adopted.
The Pacific General Agents will hold a meeting here
somtime in October,   and IJ*.  Snell will  then decide the future policy
at T^s^^Jjyfeljism  If he t&txikMX decides to  discontinue the practice of
"Hde^-anding deposits  at that office he will approach the Sou.  Pacific
Officials with a view of their accepting our Form 1648 and returning
same wh«a we stake payment  for tickets secured.  He will also ascertain
if a similar credit arrangement can be made with Sou,  Pac*  at hos
Angeles.
I have pointed out that should the S#P*  agree to all emr
wishes we would then only eliminate Form 1659;   as it is  evident that
deposits cannot be entirely eliminated,  and we should have a proper
form of receipt to cover.   I also mentioned that Los Angeles would
require an increased working: fund unless we arrange a credit with
other initial lines from whom we purchase tickets.
Yours trulyf
1 * A. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY
MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL &   SAULT  STE. MARIE   RAILWAY
DULUTH, SOUTH   SHORE   & ATLANTIC   RAILWAY
FILE    X~S*
INTER-DEPARTMENT LOS ANGELES
CORRESPONDENCE
August 16th, 1924,
Er. A. W- Tennant,
Travelling Auditor*
Vancouver,  B.C*
Your letter of August 8th regarding
deposits, Alaska business*
We handle deposits by form 862 with the
exception of transactions which we were aware at the time of
booking would have to be purchased from foreign lines, in
which case we issued our new general receipt form. We. however,
found it necessary to occasionally refund form 862 on P.T. 50
to passenger, to enable us to settle with foreign companies.
If booking completed entirely by ms, we
issued our form 464, of course lifting passenger1s portioa
of form 862 which form was forwarded in to Mr. Shearing to
protect our report.
.icket Agenti
wrt/ak.
■ /7//////Aancouver,  B.C.  Aug.8th/24.
W.   R.   Tho®,   Esq.,
Ticket Arent, Los  Angeles.
Dear Sir:-
Deposits  a/c Alaskan business.
Will you please advise how above deposits  are handled at
Los Angeles. Bo you cover hy P.862 or handle the same as  deposits
accepted on rail tickets.? Bo you purchase tickets  from outside lines
if eo;   how is deposit on 862 siititi use of.? If you cover trips  to
Alaska out  of your own stock please  quote forms used.  You  no  doubt tak.
deposits on this business  fa,r in advance, and I would like to know
just how it  is  accounted.
Yours  truly,
J. • M. a \y
y/////// Vancouver,  B.C.  Aug,8th/24.
0. J. Black, Bsq.,
Auditor of Agencies, G-236424.
Montreal. 223677.
Dear 3ir:-
Los Angelos - Triplicate receipt given
intending passengers for deposits made.
Yours of the 1st inst.
Mr. Snell is of the opinion that Form 1648 should cover
all requirements in the transacting of passenger business at San
Francisco & Los Angelos, and he would like to examine the situation
further before giving his approval to a deposit receipt form for use
at these offices.
I advised him that ?"om 1659 was put into use at
San Trancisce on account of the Sou# Pac. Co. refusing to return our
original order P.1648 -(See your G~792231 Mov.2/l5 addressed to Mr.
McConnell).  He is inclined to think that, while such was th® attitude
of the Sou.Pao. in 1915, we can now persuade their officials to return
our form and pa rait our using 1648 tha same as is done at other U.S#
offices.
Mr. Snell questions the necessity of our policy at Los
Angelos, and would be quite prepared to recommend that the practice of
collecting monies in advance, for purchase of rail tickets, be
discontinued. Notwithstanding the opinion of the paat and present staff
he thinks that loss of business, throurh passengers shopping, would
be practically nil.
He admits that it would he unwise to refuse any monies Cr
# 2 C.J.Black, Bsq.,
tendered, and that such a situation arises at other other U.S. Offices;
But he is unable to advise just how such deposits are accounted for,
and form of receipt used,. He has ±x&m& written some of the U.S. Agents
to ascertain just how such deposits are taken care of. Will you please
advise me regarding this point.
If Mr. Snell can arrange with the Sou. Pac* as above
outlined, and discourage the practice of accepting deposits, we can
no doubt arrive at a satisfactory method of accounting for depositf,
forced upon us,by use of standard forms now in print. If necessary wf
could, as a make-shift, use Form 1648, or perhaps it might be arranged
that Form 862 cover and be handled as is done account of Alaska
business (See your G-77868 June 4th/i^ addressed to Mr. McConnell) i
But it would depend largely upon the extent of deposits accepted.
I mi of the opinion that when Mr. Snell gets around to
taking this matter up with the Sou. Pac. Cov, and in again discussing
the necessity of deposits at Los Angeles, he will find so many
obstacles & objections that he will see the necessity of a proper
receipt font - also the use of form 16S9-.  In the meantime, the
handling of the business this season will enable General Agent and
Staff to approve, or criticise, the present method of handling deposits
I note that Los Angeles has a supply of receipt forms that will carry
them through the summer season, and no doubt Mr. Snell will by that
time have arrived at some definite conclusion.
Kr« Snell, of course, understands that a credit KT
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arrangement with the Sou.  Pac.,  similar to tbat at San Francisco,  will
he necessary;  hut is  satisfied that thie can easily be arranged.
The last paragraph,  page 6, my letter Sept.  13th/23,
in reply to your G-236424 Aug.17th,   explains  that stock of Perms 1648
sent Los  Angeles in June 1915 were returned some years ago;   hut $gent
is unable to give definite reference to the return of same.
Yours truly|
X a **#
P.S.
"ora 1648, under preterit condition!,  cannot be used ae
eupjne.ted "by Mr,  Foster,
A.F,T. ^T      CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY
C.  J.  BLACK,
AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
R.  W.   URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
U/M
G-236424
2 2 J 6 7 7
MONTREAL,
August 1st,   1924,
A.   Hm  Tennant,  Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver,  B.CL
Dear Sir;-
Los Angeles - Iriplicate receipt given
intending passengers for deposits made
I enclose copy of letter written Mr* Snell by P.T.M.,
suggesting that Agent Los Angeles use form 862 as a deposit
receipt covering amounts received for an Alaska Servic* Ticket
on Bc.C. Steamships, and form 1648 as receipt for deposit for
tickets to be purchased over foreign lines.
I also enclose copy of my letter of 50th ult., tc Mr*
Poster, P.T.M*, explaining why It is necessary to use the tyiD~
licate receipt for all deposits received at Los Angeles, which
was put in last October 1st by you in that office.
When you see Mr. Snell as indicated in concluding
paragraph of Mr. Poster*s letter - you will be able to convince
him from first-hand knowledge of the conditions, as to the absolute necessity for this form of receipt. Please advise fesult.
Form 1648 as you are aware, though supplied Los Angeles
when the form was first printed, was never  used there, and I am
under the impression supply was returned, though I cannot find anything In the file confirming thia ?  Please say*
Form 862 is used only for Alaska Service and Canadian
Australjjln Line and Mr_ Shearing wrote Agent Honolulu, Who has
been asking far receipt form to be used for cable collections etc*,
to that effect recently.
Xours truly,
Auditor OOP-
CBF/D
Pile 20
Montreal     July 30,  19.4.
Purchasing tickets from foreign lines and the
sale of B.C.Coast steamship Alaska Service space
.  .  .  a
ir.w.H.Snell,
G.P..., Vancouver.
Referring to Mr.Black's letter to you under date of
July 8th. my letter to Mr.Black July i.6tn.
T do not understand why San Francisco and Los Angeles
offices require any different arrangement from other offices tn the O.S.
If San Francisco and Los Angeles are taking a deposit for
ar_# Alaska service _iok_. on B.C.C.S.steamships is there, any'food or
sufficient reason  .hy those offices eannot use deposit receipt form 86.f
the same as used by every other office doing business over Alaska service
In regard to the purchase of rail line tickets from
connecting lines, my recollection of our recent conversation is that you
claimeci Los Angeles have found it impossible   to iollect the money from
the passenger befoee delivery of the ticket.
If Los Angeles   can collect the money for the foreign
lines rail ticket before delivering the ticket, I see no reason whatever
.hy they should not use form, 1648, the same as other offices, and instead
of issuing the first sheet of the form as a request or an order or* t
H .eceived payment for tickets to be delivered as indicated above",
and the first sheet of form ^648 when so endorsed and signed by the ticket
clerk, to be handed'to the passenger to hold as a receipt until exchanged
for tickets, i_he ticket clerk would then take the second sheet,-that is,
the red copy of the order, to the connecting lines ticket office, purchase
the ticket and pay for same, and return to the C.P. office with the
tickets and the red copy, which would not be required by the initial line
as they would have the money for the tickets.
Caen the pas senger then calls for his tickets, ticket
clerk would lift the first copy, that is, the receipted copy of form 1648
that ..as handed to the passenger, deliver the tickets and take receipt
for same. He would then have both copies of form 1648 in the office and
could send one copy to Auditor of Passenger fieceipts with his report.
By this method each and every amount.of cash collected
would be receipted for on a recognized form and number of ticket or ordei
issued by the Company, and the aoeot >ent in each office would be
h in a position to see that he gets a copy of each and every form issued
and the set lement made therefor by the ticket salesman.
I do not see any real necessity for submitting a special
rail order form,  1659, for San /r an Cisco office, as the rail .form 1648
provides everything that is provided on the form 1659. _ou, of course,
understand that deposit receipt form 862 is used in connection with
Canadian   "ustralasian Steamship ticket sales as wel-1 as B.C.C.S. flasks
service sales,  and'that the"C.P.S.Lines Ltd. have their regular deposit
receipt forms  .hich are already in use In the above offices.
Please take this matter up with the offices   concerned
and Jet'me have a further report from yoti, and ..hen you have report from
them talk it over  .i th the -ravelling- Audi tor who checks the above
offices before making your report.
Sgd...C.B.Poster,
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G-2J6424
2  2  5 6 7 7
July 50th,   1024.
CL   B-   Poster,   Esq. ,
Passenger Traffic Manager,
Buildings
Dear Sir:-
Los Angeles - Triplicate receipt given
intending passengers for deposits made
Referring to conversation of yesterday with Mr_
Smith of the General Ticket Office in connection with my
letter of 22nd instant and your suggestion that "Street
Order11 - form 1643 - be used as a receipt to passengers
for deposits*
When Travelling Auditor made check cf above office
on September 1st, 1925, accounting matters were found in a
deplorable condition*
Conditions did not admit of a proper check baing
made on the cash handled in the office as only duplicate receipts were being used- (printed locally) one being handed
passenger, thy other being retained by Clerk receiving deposit*
These were not consecutively numberod, and there was n& means
of ascertaining, on  the part of agent what deposits had been
received.
It is absolutely necessary in order to keep a check
on all cash transactions, receipts and disbursements, that a
numbered receipt, should be used - made by carbon copies- - the
original being given passenger - copy for clerk's file and the
second copy remain in receipt book:, to be used as a check against
clerk*s accounting through ticket sales book - Form H.L% ~
When passenger's portion is lifted on tickets being issued, it
is attached to portion left in receipt book.
Each clerk to hava his own receipt book, and no
deposit to be accepted without issuing, such receipt-  Receipts
are consecutively numbered- C. B. Foster, Esq,,       -2-
The suggestion made to use form 1648 which it in
duplicate merely,- would not answer the purpose, as it would
not enable agent who is responsible for all receipts and
accounts of his office, to keep a check on all cash transactions with our clients. Aa  Travelling Auditor says - Our
paper might be out at any time without our having any check
or knowledge of the matter*
Travelling Auditor explained at the time, occasional
deposits are made at San Francisco, and the latter was instructed to continue the use of duplicate form to be numbered
by hire*  Triplicate form if standardized, could be used there
and at any other office where deposits are accepted*
The form was printed and put in use October 1st, 1925
at Los Angeles. Mr- Mcllroy, General Agent afterwards took
matter up with Mr* Snell, G.P.A*, in letter dated October 19th,
and I enclose extract copy of Mr. Snell*s reply to the former*
When transfer was made October 17th, 192J, Travelling
Auditor reported: *The new method of handling deposit monies is
working out very satisfactory*  Relieving Agent H.H.Everett, has
followed out my instructions vary carefully, and the handling of
all deposits and cash is now fully controlled by agent and a
proper balance struck each night*  Incoming Agent is well satisfied with the system installed, and I do not anticipate any
trouble in his keeping matters straight in future!.
Your3 truly,
Auditor of Agencies.
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Tily,
'...'. j i.91  0OP_ Los Angeles, June 17th __
File       1
Mr. A. L. kcConnell
Travelling Auditor
Vancouver, B.C.
Receipt for deposits, Los Angeles.
• • •
You r letter -une 11th re the above.
Tis matter  .as taken up  -ith Mr.Snell in October of last
year and he advised to give the matter a thorough trial and report.
He have been   .aiting until the busy summer months before
reporting,  and I attach a copy of my letter of this date to Ur*Snell
.Men -.ill give you the necessary information as far as it has developed
_e are still usihx. -Ms form and we have about 1200 on
hand whieh _rill last us for approximately two months.
Sgd ^..McTlory
Sen era] *gent OOP.
uos  .njjeles,     June 17th.   .4.
Pile....l
m. V..H. Snell
Canadian Pacific Hail way
Vancouver, H.C.
Deposit i-eceipt form for use in Los Angeles,
Your letter of Oct.   .5th 'file l-$5 re above.
//e have been using this triplicate deposit receipt for
right along and have been _-U.iQf until the busy summer months before
re^ortin'T.
'/onld say that this receipt ionr in triplicate is O.K.
enabling City ticket ^gent to keep track of the various transactions
of deposits made at the counter and it also enables him to check up
thoroughly his balances from day to day. It will also help the -.raft
.uditorto make a thorough check of the office.
Travelling . ditor McConnell is writing about this form
having recived a communication from Mr.Black, Auditor of agencies,
Will you please get in touch   .ith him.
Sgd.. ..MoHroy
General Agent,
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FORM 153G.
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
ACCOUNTING   DEPT.
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At an examination of the Accounts of our Telegraph Agent at	
made the following monthly bills were found charged to your
account.
MONTH
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AMOUNT
?3.7A
DATE
RENDERED
REMARKS
To enable me to verify our Agent's Account, will you please compare this statement
with your books, and if found correct affix your signature below, returning this statement
to me in the enclosed envelope, and oblige,
Yours truly,
Travelling Auditor.
The amounts named above as being due to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
* unpaid on 19 ^ ^ R   WILSON CO., LTD, CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
C« J.   BLACK.
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
*R.   W.   URWIN,
ASST.   AUDITOR  OF AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
OFFICE  OF   THE  AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
R/E* MONTREAL. J^ne   6th.    1924.
G-23642 4.
A. L. McConnell, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
V neouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:-
SanPrancisco and Los /tngeles. Receipt for Deposits *
in Mr. Tennant*s letter of October 4/1923* sheet 4,
he writes regarding deposit receipt in use at Los Angeles as follows:-
wAs a temporary arrangement, Mr. McElroy has had a
triplicate receipt form printed as per sample attached, and this
has been put into use from the 1st inst. Mr. McElroy intends to take
this point up with Mr.Snell at the meeting to be held in Victoria
shortly, and ask that such a deposit receipt form be approved and
adopted by P.-CM**
Will you please let me knov. just what, if any, progress
has been made to have form approved by P.T.M., or if the matter was
taken up with Mr. Snell as was proposed and what has been done?
Yours truly,
Audi cf  j.\BmdK,  Q..C.W.        D.
<T*AU*ITOFCOF   AGENCIES.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
OFFICE    OF   THE    AUDITOR    OF   AGENCIES
♦ cm * Montreal,        3rd November    1915«
H.    J.    DAT-TON,
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES.
W. H. BLACKALLER,
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES.
G_7 a 9  2 5
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A- L. McConnell, Esq*-,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver,  B.C.
Dear Sir: —
Ticket Order form for UUS. Agents*
Pu ether to my  letter of November 2nd.    I have since
learned that the new order form referred to therein has, been printed
and 500 vrere sent tc San Francisco on October 5th.
I enclose a sample for your information.   1 note an error
by which the printers instead of printing number in place provided
on coupon portion, have inserted it as shewn on attached-  This will
be rectified on next printing.    In meantime Agent can write in
Mas below" in blank space after "Order No.'1.
Yours truly,
Auditor of  Agencies CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
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|.    •* ♦      • OFFICE   OF   THE    AUDITOR    OF   AGENCIES
V.y BLACK.   DfC-l-    D.
Jf-lDITOfl .OF   AGENCIES. 1 #%*__■_      M t «i «1 C
% \ Montreal, 2nd  November    1915-
H.    J.    DAYTON, \
ASS.T.   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES. |
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W.    H,    BLACKALLER, ^ I
ASST.   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES. ^^*  (        Jf  \ C.       C.       J       X
A.   ii.   McConnell,   Es*£.,
Travelling  Au\di tor,
Vancouver,     B.C.
Dear   Sir:- \
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Re use of abo\Ap  at Los Angeles and San Francisco.     Mr.   Lane
states in  regard to forme* that intending  passengers-purchase direct
from S.P.H   as  our  Agent   does not  obtain  any  tickets on  temporary
credit  and gives no I.CSJ.,   the  form is.  not  necessary in  such  cases.
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Re  San  Francisco. The ^hole  object of  the  new  form was
tc  have  a record of  our  Agent's indebtedness  to  other  Companies.
The lifting   and attaching of  the  order was  to  be  taken  as   evidence
that such  debt had been  liquidated as the  foreign  line would not
part with   the order until they had  received payment.. It  should be
self   evident that a duplicate is  no  good  for this  purpose.
As the   S.P.Co.,   absolutely  refuse  to   return our order,a
new  form has been prepared. This provides a coupon,   acknowledging
our indebtedness,   which will be  detached and returned to  Agent when CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
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v     ^ .      • OFFICE    OF   THE    AUDITOR    OF   AGENCIES
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Montreal, 2nd November    1915,
h.  j.  daj_ton, (?)
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES.
W. H. BLACKALLER,       G—7 9  2 2 $ 1
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES.
(A.L.McC,   Esq.)
payment made,and will  be attached to  Agent's ticket report.
The   routing portion of  the order will  be left with  S.P.Co.
You  can  let  the  present  state  of  affairs  continue
until Agent has  supply of  the  new  forms.
As Portland,   Tacoma and  Seattle  hold  pasters,   they
do  not  purchase  tickets on  credit  and need not use the  orders.
Yours truly,
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