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 FORM   103
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM "O^SjO*/-
Victoria Wharf, B.C*
Sept lGth/36*  HSH*
L^B.  Unit, in,  Esq., *
Vice President,
ii treal ,   Q4ueb ec.
Dear Sir:-
Wires exchanged re American Mail Line a/c.
V/hen their Treasurer advi&ed you he had instructed
their Victories Agent to clean up o rly items* he must
have been quite aware the Agent could not do bo, until he,
the Treasurer,    transmitted the necessary funds, as
theoe settlements are dependent on funds supplied from
Seattle.
An attaching copies of wires exchanged between
our Seattle Wharf Agent and myself*
I would mention that the American Hail Line
ship ^I^es. Hoover" held some aix days in San Francisco
hy lahor dispute, was last night asser/blinn a non union
crew, r-.ixch will probably lead to Pacific Coast tie-up
of all their ships, in which event we ehall have difficulty
collecting our charges, a similar tie up in 1934 being,
in my  opinion the cause of the American ^ail Line becoming
tardy in their settlements, a tie up fror which they have
not yet fully recovered.
Will advise if anything further develops in
regard to 0/S.
Would isention their next ship ie due  Sept l6th«
Yours truly,
cl»
c.c.  A.W. Tennant,
Audi tor, Vane ouver,
Agent*
.O m  U (
To keep you posted. Note
copies of wires attached*  14
Vyharf op Steamer
Date
Customs Report No.
B_C.C_S.12F
Pro. No
'
M
Sheet No.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
Per Steamer	
-Voy.
From
W.B. No.
W.B. Date
Shipper
No. of Packages and Description of Articles
Weight
Measurement
Tons  I   Feet
Freight
Wharfage at
Billing Point
Advances
Prepaid
Total to
Collect
Destina
tion
Wha
rfage
0FFIC_ RECORD
Advised
Ordered
Constructive
Placement
Actual
Placement
Released
Demurrage
A/c No.  D.V. .V. -u. . ____
Wharf or Steamer
Date
Customs Report No.
Pro. No.
M
Sheet No!
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
Per Steamer	
-Voy.
From
W.B. No. W.B. Date
Shipper
No. of Packages and Description of Articles
Weight
Destina
Measurement
Tons   I   Feet
tion
Wha
Rate
rfage
OFFICE RECORD
Freight
Wharfage at
Billing Point
Advances
Prepaid
Total to
Collect
Advised
Ordered
Constructive
Placement
Actual
Placement
Released
Demurrage
A/c No.  14
Wharf or Steamer
Customs Report No.
MJ**iKm'*Xm'**mr*
Pro. No.
J
M
Sheet No.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
Per Steamer	
Voy.-
From
W.B. No.
W.B. Date
Shipper
_
No. of Packages and Description of Articles
Weight
Measurement
Tons       Feet
Rate
Freight
Wharfage at
Billing Point
Prepaid
Total to
Collect
Destina
tion
Wha
rfage
OFFICE RECORD
Demurrage
A/c No. /7;
3
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7
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3^3336 Make ail cheques payable to the order of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company.                                    .      _    ,
All freight transported by this Company is subject to its published terms and regulations.   All clamis for loss and
damage must be sent to Freight Claims Agent, Vancouver.   All claims for overcharge must be sent to District
Freight Agent, Vancouver.   See bill of lading for conditions of carriage.
This freight will be delivered only on presentation of this bill.
f\                 Wharf or Steamer                         Date
Customs Report No.
*mf**m*.%m**mr* m. ►...
Pro. No.
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
Per Steamer                                       Voy?
From
W.B. No.
W.B. Date
Shipper
No. of Packages and Description of Articles
Weight
Measurement
Rate
Freight
Wharfage at
Billing Point
Advances
Prepaid
Total to
Collect
Tons
Feet
Destina
tion
Wha
rfage
dppip.p ._F_.n..n
Advised
Ordered
Constructive
Placement
Actual
Placement
Released
Demurrage
A
/cNo. FORM    103A     &
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM ~*     '       l
Victoria Wharf, B.C., Sept 5th/36.  RW«
Mr. A.W. Tennant,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C*
Dear Sir:-
Referring  to Mr.   Howard's, letter of the  3rd,
re American Mail Line  a/c,   s»s»   President Grant,   57~B*
There  is  a correction  in figures  to  you.
Correct amounts are as  follows•
Prepays  due us
Advancee  due   them
Bet  due  us
Total  due  us
#2638.92
332*92
2306.00
11652.^1
/Tfictkvu( Vancouver,     >   .  XXgnODE Sept*  4/.
i
-or of Ageiteiea^
-
lar
>:*•
ending Accounts at Victoria Wharf
a/c the Ansriean Mail Lint*
i#t balance Sua #uj         pany at
r 3rd  now            .a #11,698.98
5teur| :tflrulyt
s£                                 _■ . A.
ft ^>f * * CANADIAN PAC IF. C RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
-38707~
Victoria Wharf, B.C., August 26th/36,  R¥.
Mr. A*W. Tennant,
Travelling Actditor,
Vancouver, B.C*
Dear Sir:-
Yours of the 25th re American Mail Line_
Your figures are correct, net due us being
$93^*31. error a/c proper reductions not "being made on
receipt of last payment•
Am writing American Mail Line and Agent, Seattle
Wharf today*
Yours truly,
Agent* ~A
Vancouver, B.C. Auguet 2. th, 1936.
*   Arnum, Esq.t
Auditor of Agencieet
'" .ontrealf Qua.
Bear sir:-
Ameriean Mail Lina
Please note that my letter of 21ft should have read
net  outstanding of |6200.30  instead of #t>60D.30_
true to carp® ex s/s   MPreE.lcr inley,  b$ B.,   together
with some adjustments  in previous  accounts,  Victoria Wharf outstanding
increased hy |314§.01 during the current period, ig net total o/s
$9346.31,   as  shown hel©w:~
p/s I./A Prepaids. Advances  at s/br.
Tune 14 th-,
*;j X & Ti %
30 th.
Tuly 14 th-,
31et.
Aug.     7th,
31st,
>*et 0/S,
"1T609.99
13.1*1
2014.15^
1211.55!
2653.9§/
2554.14
3628.,24
13685.26
4338.89
$9344.31
$  368.917
997.59
706.71
1138.3_
660.18
465.14
38.89
I attach copy of ray letter date t© Hr.   7oward.
Youre  truly,
JL m ■_*■ •
T y3' Vancouver,
:t 2. th,  11
•)r of
■r Bir:~
ML
til Line
T   'A
%y\J   * _ _ .
July 14 th-.
-.t.
Aur.    7th.
■t.
/s.
mtg  li
09.99
13.17
14.15
X mi* i m 3j 3i
53.96
■54.14
3fc2».24
136 85.'gtf
4338.89
7 3 %'}*%% . %_X
.*r or 21 it sihoui*
$^600.30.
ive read
.'.  ';.
•-_od, .g net
|>  368.91
•7.59
708.71
1138.36
660.18
465.14
l43,3fe".e9
copy or" op letter date to   ; r.     oward.
lip%
Yours  truly,
A.A. uver          . August 2&th, 1
ro»ard,  3tft<i««
*f?V __ v*4^     ft _•*> -___«_
■ - 4   *
ericj-*          «1J[
*_■-!♦,._
tra of the 24-
kttt net o/S §934§,
__*•
nd am                                          • &®w
at •
Please keep             before y#u
can uuote                                        ■**■
total i          t Cutur* letters*
%ite           Ulan ■
e gttf                          inst hi& eompan3
■*xt y&r&uA,* 4*nd                     ^t lie
maizn. ev^               rt **$ sev wi#
veiinvs.
als* ©end
ef such letter t# Mr.  Anderson
-mttle Hum                         ^ £#** n#t# ask;
Lng if                    t" any actlsii
from the American Mail T.lit* i          tttX**
i;-./ '-.    " ;'-X^
,
,    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
-38707-
FILE OR CLAIM
Victoria Wharf, B.C., August 24th/36.  HSH.
A#W. Tennant, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:- President McKinley,  V-56/E.
Prepays due us-       3628.24
Advances due A.1.Line*- 465#14
This increases net total due us to IIO829.48,
vre taking a PPO for #14*18 due them and applying* ,
;irs*»
m*
it yesterday te clear up May 31st
Muar* Th»  net sutttandltig at that
is te V
icteri         ->rjF
iUftt  ag
t ths. ab*v«
>,3® .
ruly.
§•% "V
T.A. FORM   103      (T_C
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
-38737-
Victoria Wharf, B.C.,
August 20th/36.  HSH.
1
Mr* A*W- Tennant, Esq-1 OmH* * \   ~ Xtt*/.
Travelling Auditor, f***    * _ L
Vane 0 uver, B.C. * . /> *•
Dear Sir:-
Have today received payment from American
Mail Line of #1480*26, coveringMJeffersori" V-6l.
Total prepays were Jp2i67_.ll, hut American
Mail Line deducted two |1*50 items on W/Bs 3867   <^
and 3876, one of which ie covered hy Montreal PPO,
r other heing written for today*  See notes in remarks
( column of L/C sheets- /
Advances due them show as #683*^, hut
we only gave them $683.85, and are issuing^gP^for
4 + 09&  oncj-fe^g£|l!? tod&y, which will enahle Mr* Innes
to take* up entire S/B*
(c<ys5 c 3?J
If any differences,   please  advise.
Yours  truly,
Agent*
. :    ;     *>      7
L    f7 Vancouver,  *39(y  August l<;th,195*.
ft,   J5eq.t
Auditor of Agencies,
'•To ntreal,   Cue.
Dear Sir:- m
American Vail Line,
■rther tt my letter August  5th.
Pleaee nete  thai Victoria"Wharf outstanding  increased
S.1893.9fi.Auguet  7th and that  the net amount due frem the American
11 tin*i   as-  at August 13th,   wae $7§80.S6
Yeu re  truly 9
i a A . Printed in Canada
Form   101
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
>E!?Iify^T.TTERM,NAL»   SEATTLE,   WASHINGTON,   JULY 31,   1936
CdfeRESPOND-^-pE FILE
36-79
MR A.W.  TENNANT
TRAVELLING  AUDITOR,
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
DEAR  SIR;-
RE  AMERICAN  MAIL  LINE
AS  PER  YOURS  OF   JULY  JOTH.   RECEIVED TODAY,   I   HAVE  MADE
A  NET  SETTLEMENT WITH THE  ABOVE  AND ATTACH HEREWITH A  COPY OF
THE  RECEIPT AND STATEMENT TO COVER.
MR MCCORMICK ARRANGED WITH HIS  AUDITOR  AND   I   HAVE  BEEN
ASSURED THAT THEY WILL TRANSFER SOMETHING LIKE EIGHT THOUSAND
DOLLARS TO  THEIR VICTORIA  AGENT SO THAT  HE  CAN ADJUST WITH MR
HOWARD.
YOURS VERY TRULY,
WHARF AGENT.
AUTU icouver,  B#CU
August  5th,193c..
.   Al
*nuin,
q.
i
Auditor o
f Agenciesf
-.ntreal,
Que,
Bear
Sir:-
wm
. American
rail Tj,ne,
Keferring te
my letter ,
July 30th te «r.
Andersen,  copy
tilt
you.'
v
Bncloiures herewith are
e el f• ejqplanat e ry
,   and y®u
will
note
that
the net o/s
at Victoria Wharf now stands
at |578§.i.O
.  Yours trulyt
JL . jh... ■■■■■
■
*»  v * Amt#ns#ti $ Sfc *|# *
«ff ifcMlt,
**ttt«»
Bear fir:*
•tftMfl MfM£ tin®-*
mt to yam* lattar _\__-y siftt*
£©-» so*? «ur faaga to «.ns3*ily with t,_><* A^uricaa L*J& Liaa
arto ro-jtuMtt,  l         -inv *** »**__-•_-__• «?-r^-i___,   i    ;. at*-  that th«gr
pr_«qr.ly farwar* eh#-        '^r a i        sr *«aaurtfc I                  .ct#ri* Ag«c_t
aystent to mm          -orla Whmytf JM?ant.
I'our fttftttoftiitt af Tuly 7th »*•«•* that it*su1_L*.f
-i at - Vaitea-CTr.tr trwrf, we* still airter mmrrmmfmmmjiBM «_nd X _^*S*M-*if
eliatAaato* that -MMmtr _■«__ prm$@m*& aettl assent **.th tha Anertoen i_o_.
-
-a* *                  art* eoeMe /tm to guttle IWJ~_____1 _&_# ■
MLMWmmMM
In mm ».-.-„n.j«i If e?*y further cra^lte here heer.         »e* y_m, M_t
•___• .re In m*m*t . »u .<rugr JukIuM In eettleMMt W,B»-*ul_/ Slit.
I*leae« pelat eut ttmt wtot. ;7;.^» at vietorJ« Vhnrf
luereaee* ly #_.-.-*,-« JUXjr _ti«i _/• c«fe* e* ^reei&eai _"#ff#r»«i»
▼ey.e*, «nd that tha to tax na* as to toad lug at that          _ to n_-«
#fi4$_-«?t. wt .-ana* therefere awreclat* j»_*_qpt r«r«arfttnK »f ehe#te
_ria «* jMnmto-tf.
Xt-cre tna.        ^w
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^te the abWa <jLh <s®mjkc)d©n a&fch year aim'' <iate,> H hl«
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fe nete,                  V|' CANADIAN
PACIFIC
o
MONEY TRANSFERRED
BY TELEGRAPH
CANADIAN   PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
DIRECT CONNECTION WITH
POSTAL TELEGRAPH  - CABLE CO.
COMMERCIAL CABLES   -   -    IMPERIAL CABLES
CD. IR
This is a full-rate Telegram or Cablegram unless otherwise m indicated by
signal in the check or in the address.
TELEGRAM
CABLEGRAM
FULL RATE
FULL RATE
DAY LETTER
DL
CODE
CDE
NIGHT LETTER
NL
DEFERRED
LC
NIGHT
TELEGRAM
NM
NIGHT CABLE
LETTER
NLT
W. D. NEIL, General Manager of
Communications, Montreal.
7    14
STANDARD TIME
RAA-20    SS
3A MONTREAL  QUE 30
TEMMANT
TRAVELLING   AUDITOR VANCOUVER
YOURS 2 .NI)  ARRANGE  SLEEP  AT  Gl&hU  AND  KNEEL  AS  SUGGESTED   BY
AMERICAN MIDWAY MANGLEE   3EL0CK  1   H 51
B ARNUM  a
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
-38390 -
FILE OR CLAIM
Victoria Wharf, BC,  July 28th 1936a  HSHe
A* W- Tennant, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B_C_.
Dear Sir:-
Yours of July l6tlwf advising Agent
Seattle Wharf to hold up and remit to me  some $1878*53
due American Mail Line, hy him»
So far this is not to hand, although the
American Mail Line auditor wrote the Local Agent here
mentioning..
Meantime, the "President Jefferson" Voy«62
July 24the# owe us prepays of $2668»14, less advances
due them of $1138e3o, which now makes net total djje us
of f8490a?2e  The outstanding is not decreasing any, you
will note, and asking agent here when payment is forthcoming,
brings nothing definite*
I have not heard from you in connection with
mine of the l8the, so presume you found my figures correct*
Yours faithfully,
Agent P y,-y-:   •
Vancouver, B.C. July 22nd, 1936.
B.  Arnum,  Efe4.v
Auditor ef Agencies,
>ntreal,Que,
Dear sir:*
_te American Mail Line.
xiaferring te my letter 16tfc inet. with statement
shewing a net eutstending balance ef $6961.49 at Victoria Wharf,
alse nvf letter te Seattle wharf Agent suggesting that credits available
at that effiee totalling #1878.53 be adjusted and applied te reduce
victoria Wharf Outatandlnge.
The attached letter fr_m Mr*  Anderses ie self-eaeplaaatexy
You will not® that the American Mail" line Auditor suggests that oar
Seattle Agent settle the above #1878,53 with them at Seattle, and he
will then transfer a similar amount to their Victoria Agent for
payment to our Victoria Agent. This would result in a reduction of
our Victoria o/g, but it is doubtful if the American Hail Line would
take steps ta make further payments in settlement ef accounts overdue
at Victoria.
fhe situatiea hae greatly improve* in respect te the
net amount new due our company, and yoa may be agreeable te permitting
Seattle Agent to make weekly settlement ef any amounts due the A.M.Line
at Seattle?
I might mention that Vancouver Wharf Ageat hae #56.13
available b/s June 30th and #1257.71 b/s Jmly  81s* covering prepay*
beyond en silk mx K/Buesia 128J & ../Japan 391. routed via San Francisco
and Panama. These shipments loaded to Pacific S/S line at Victoria
Mmr furtherance by Panama Pacific Line from San Prancleee, but
settlement is held in abeyance awaiting advice of divisions.
I understand the division will be approx,l/3 Pacific S/S Line and 2/3rds
Panama Pacific, but am not in a posit lea to advise with wheat ©ur Agent
will be obliged to settle. The Ameriean Mail Line has billed Agent
with #1257.71 a/e shipments ex s/Japan, but they in tarn will be
obliged to settle with the above mentioned carrying S/s Lines,
further shipments are due te arrive on the IE/Asia 12§I_. fer victoria
discharge, involving beyond prepaids ef appro*. $800.00.
It is apparent that the A.M.Line, San Francisco, controls
cargo discharged at Victoria and that effiee is therefore responsible
for accounts outstanding at ©ur victoria Wharf off ie*. Any ipeetiea
ef applying contra accounts should evidently be token up with the
San Praneisee Offiee, and cargo moving via Seattle should be settled
i #2 B. Arnum, Jsq.#
with the American Mail Line at Seattle.
As per wires exchanged data, prepaid oceaa charges oa
rail haul freight leaded at Hew Westminister are required by the
A.M.Line A*?ent Vaneouver for settlement with the carrying steamer.
Our holding up credits at Vancouver and Seattle te
offset outstandings at Victoria is complicating matters and I would
like to be advised as to your wishes.
Mr. McSab is now at Montreal, and, as he fully
understands the situation, I would suggest that the matter be discussed
with him.
Yours truly,
T.A. Printed in Canada
Form   fOl
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LENORA   STREET TERMINAL,   SEATTLE,   WASHINGTON,   JULY  21,   1936
1NTER»DEPARTMENT ' .
36-79
Correspondence
MmmJ
PILE
MR  A.W.  TENNANT
TRAVELLING  AUDITOR,
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
DEAR   SIR:-
RE  AMERICAN MAIL LINE   SETTLEMENTS
RE  YOURS OF  JUL.   16TH.      I   CALLED ON ,ViR MCCORMICK TODAY
SHOWING  HIM  A  STATEMENT  LIKE  THE   ATTACHED WHICH  COVERS EVERYTHING
TO DATE THAT   I   HAVE  AVAILABLE.     YOU WILL NOTICE THAT   ,   INCLUDED
THE THREE   ITEMS TOTALLING  $1878.52 WHICH  ARE DUE VICTORIA WHARF.
THIS  LEFT  A  NET  AMOUNT DUE  US OF 71#.     HOWEVER MR BUSH,   AUDITOR
A.M.L.,   IS UNABLE  TO HANDLE THESE   ITEMS BUT THROUGH MR MCCORMICK
I  WAS TOLD THAT   IF WE WOULD ELIMINATE THEM,  WHICH WOULD THEM MAKE
A BALANCE DUE THEM BY US OF  $1877.82,   HE WOULD   IMMEDIATELY TRANSFER
THAT AMOUNT TO THE  VICTORIA  A.M.L.   OFFICE  SO THAT THE  LATTER COULD
PAY OUR VICTORIA WHARF   IN  FULL.     THEY UNDERSTAND THAT ABOUT  $8000
OR A  LITTLE OVER   IS WANTED AT VICTORIA WHARF.     THIS APPARENTLY   IS
THE  AMOUNT  OF $8,508.54 QUOTED BY YOU TO ME   IN  YOUR FOOTNOTE  ON
YOUR  LETTER OF JULY 6TH.   FILE 38390.     THEY EXPLAINED TO ME THAT
THEIR VICTORIA  OFFICE   IS  A   SEPARATE  UNIT WHICH  REPORTS TO  SAN
FRANCISCO DIRECT AND BY DOING WHAT WE HAVE  ASKED WOULD BADLY MIX
UP THEIR BOOKS   IN  SEATTLE.
IF YOU CAN   INSTRUCT ME  FURTHER THIS WEEK
EFFORT TO GET  STRAIGHTENED OUT WITH THEM.
I  WILL MAKE  ANOTHB.
YOURS VERY TRU
WHARF  AGENT. .
MONEY TRANSFERRED
BY TELEGRAPH
CANADIAN   PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
DIRECT CONNECTION WITH
POSTAL TELEGRAPH  - CABLE CO.
COMMERCIAL CABLES   -   -    IMPERIAL CABLES
CD. IR
This is afvdl-rate Telegram or Cablegram unless otherwise indicated by
signal in the eheek or in the address.
TELEGRAM
CABLEGRAM
FULL RATE
FULL RATE
DAY LETTER
Dl
_CQ_
CDE
NIGHT LETTER
NL
DEFERRED
LC
NIGHT
TELEGRAM
MM
NIGHT CABLE
LETTER
NLT
W. D. NEIL, General Manager op
Communications, Montreal.
STANDARD TIME
RAAi03     RS
8A MONTREAL QUE 22
A W TENNANT
TRAVELLING  AUDITOR VANCOUVER
YW Y ADVISE  AGENT  RELEASE  DRAFT  i  H 38
B ARNUM
m» JUL 22  m  6   38 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
-     38390     ~
Victoria Wharf, BC. July l8th 1936*
HSH
,-■
A. W. Tennant, Esq.?
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B-C,
Dear Sir:-
Yours of  the l6th#
W/B 4388,   $20.03  should "be added to amount due
American Mail Line*
The f£+$9' tflTIl be paid to Rithet & Co#,  current period*
Have deducted the   #2*44 paid  to Kithet & Co*
I  figure my #708.71 to be correct and attach list of
waybills and amounts making up to enable you to cheek*
WB
July 8/36
c-44
5290
5291
5292
5293
5294
529?
5297
5300
5301
5303
5305
5306
5307 ^3
5308
5309
53io
5317
5329
5330
y
5331
Agent
5334
Adv.
15.00 "
5-00
5.00
5.00
5.36
14.43
10.84
5.00
13.02
7.31
5.00
12.35
8.82
27.92 *y*'
27.64
20.86
5.88
3.76
82 .41
2O.49
3o.71
1
$708.71 ♦*•
<6
Vs
Bi Arnum, T*q.#
Audiwi, .• y'm.   Agencies,
Montreal,
"Hear sir:-
neouver,
• I   _      .7 •'
ly 16 th,  1936
Re American Mail Lino
Agent Scattla Wharf haa  a net b<
aval labia for settloiaetit - >he Ar
accountant has  fcUftgefct'ed that   I it ens  v
of my letter,date,   to  :r't\   Anderton advifci
nay he adjusted,   but  that  the  to tul  credit  i
Victoria fharf A .pant's outstandings, Our
at July 14th stand at   follows:m
b,b3
.n®,  anil th^ftf
.- i- e & *   I  s i 1 «• fc ao b c upy
ia!  it cue   involved
sd  to reduce
at   • _*c -vfie  * liiiirJr
April  30th.
Vay        7th.
PrepRld«.
Balance due C.P.Pdy.
&1766.22)   ,
89 ,e4(' >
7C8.24;'
79.82J
2164.94V
1612,16
13.17
2014.1a
1211.55
"9.20.09
f2758.60
"16961.49
,i
rruditr   a/c  advance*.
f   t>96.9_rt/
86.98/
368.91*
997,&9
708.16
• 2Vj8.uO
.Also ple.-se _ee Vancouver Wharf Agent's letter July 15th,
file  21980,   asking  for instructions  regarding dieposition of Agent
■%mm veefiimtter draft #20603 covering 18-3.75 due  the American Mail
Line.   I considered it advisable to  instruct  ugent to hold tame and
take up with you.
ha <y1
Yuurt   truly,
l.A. , '&*
mm
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7
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3
A \3   FORM    103   £»"
CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE   OR   CLAIM
-     38390  -
Victoria Wharf, BC. July 13th/36 HBH.
.. W. Tennant, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:-
Yours of the 6th.,  re American Mail Line accounts.
In mine of June 24th.,   I  omitted to  deduct the
1712.61 advances paid account President Grant,  May 14th.     ___is,
with a PPO W/B for .90^ makes the difference of $713.51.
Apparently Mr.   Innes has not used the PPO.
Kindly see Erummondville W/B P-II96 sent him with documents
June 22nd.
The three items totalling $86.98 you mention
for June 7th.,  form part of a total of $683.94 account President
Jefferson V-6l.     The other $596.96 was hilled P.l. May 31st,
although you make no mention of it.
the account*
Below is statement to date, showing how we check
;Kinley 54, April 30
May   7
Grant-55
May 14
H 21
Jefferson-6l May 31
June 14
p/Pays
$1766.22/
89.84'
/
768.24,
79. 82'
/
2164.Q4
2.17
Adv.pd.
May 31& u
June 7.    683.94r
Jackson-55
June 14
11      21
1610.89*"
ixoz/
7-495.29
.90-* PPO
6494.39
348.88
2.50
,1035.32 FORM   103   £wi
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE   OR   CLAIM       "3^3.   6     **
Victoria Wharf, BC. July 13th/36
A. W. Tennant Esq.   #2.
McKinley-55        June 30.
Grant-56
July 8-
P/Pays
#6494.39
7!>4
2014
"E^oF
9720.09 A/i^dt
Adv.Pd
#10350?
1000.0,.
2035.35
708.71
2744.06 Xae & 3(-3
Yours faithfully
Agent  11-16-35   16607
Form 2103
OUTWARD FOREIGN MANIFEST
IRCpOtt anb flfcamfeSt Of tbe Gat.90 Laden at the Port of ,   on board the
 Tons,    whereof is Master
100
bound for T3. 193	
No. 1
QUANTITIES
MARKS NUMBERS PACKAGES AND CONTENTS
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
No. 5
QUANTITIES
Lbs., Gallons,
Etc.
Value of
DOMESTIC
Merchandise
Value o! Foreign Value of Foreign Value of Foreign
Value of Foreign Merchandise Merchandise Merchandise ON THE
Merchandise
FREE
FROM NOT FROM BONDED   PASSAGE (INTRANS-
BONDED WARE-        WAREHOUSE, which    ITU) from one Foreign
HOUSE has paid duties country to another
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DEPARTMENT  OF   COMMERCE
BUREAU    OF    NAVIGATION
OATH OF MASTER TO MANIFEST ON CLEARING OUTWARD
(R. S. 3986, 3987, 3993, 4198)
No.
OUTWARD   FOREIGN
MANIFEST
District of	
Port of	
I   of the
' (Master or commander)
 , bound from the Fort of
(Nationality, rig and name of vessel
    to   	
do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the Manifest of the Cargo on board the
above-named vessel, now delivered by me to the Collector of this Port, and subscribed
with my name, contains, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, a full,
just, and true account of all the goods, wares, and merchandise now actually laden on
board the said vessel, and of the value thereof, and the foreign places or countries in
which the same are truly intended to be landed, and if any other goods, wares, or
merchandise shall be laden or put on board the said vessel previous to her departure
from this Port, I will immediately report the same to the said Collector, I do also
swear that I verily believe that the duties on all foreign merchandise therein specified have been paid or secured according to law, and that no part thereof is intended
to be relanded within the United States; and that if by distress or other unavoidable
accident it shall become necessary to reland the same, 1 will forthwith make a
just and true report thereof to the Collector of Customs of the District wherein such
distress or accident may happen. And said cargo is truly intended to be landed at
the place named in this manifest.    So help me God.
I do further swear that I have not received on board the above-named vessel, and
have not under my care or within my control, and that I will not receive and convey,
any letters or letter packets, addressed to any foreign country, which have not been
delivered to me from the Post Office, except such as relate to the cargo, and are addressed to the owner or consignee of said vessel, or such as are inclosed in a United
States stamped envelope of a denomination sufficient in amount to cover the United
States postage legally chargeable thereon, if the same had been posted and transmitted
by the regular mail. I, Master of the within named vessel do certify that to the best of my knowledge
and belief, the provisions of the Seaman's Act of March 4, 1915, have been fully complied with.
Master.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this day
of ,19 	
Deputy Collector.
Flag -
Rig
Name
Net Tonnage Tons
100
.Master
For-
19-
Cargo Ballast
Passengers, No. ~l
FORM   103
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
- 3839O  -
FILE OR CLAIM ~>     ~* '.
Victoria "/harf,  BC,     June 12th  1936.     HSH,
Aa  L. McConnell Isq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vane 0 unrer f   B ♦ C f
Dear  Sir:-
Re American Mail Line  accounts.
•   informed you,   we  received cheque which
cleaned up  the amounts  of  $1145*61 Feb,21st.,   and
f2266.87 inarch  7th;   the American  Mail Line  using,   to complete
these  figures,   amounts we  owed then  of  $347*71 April  21st and
'1*69 April 30th*
The  "President     Jackson'1  June 10th.,   nets
?12o2*01,  making net difference  16349*60.
Yours  faithfully,
Agen t
__ Vaae-uver, Ju»* 13 th 36
'in    M3 f!-_Xi,    77111 €[0 ^
Auditor at Aueaei*s,
i
»ar sir.
He American T-'ail Lina Outs taad lag*
further te my latter Tim. 8th,
ke ...attl. Whmrt
Agewt ad visas ra* under date June 9ths  there is  a*
chan/;. sine* his st at meat .f .fun* 3rd,    H* said __f had taken up
with th* American Tail Lina  that date an    th_  Aoceuntant said h*
--as still without funds,'H* premised ts  advise as ***a as he  ceuld
d»  anything.
Re \~ictg»riK vtyrf
Agent advised ma under dato Juae 12th,  that i.« had    •
received a cheque which cleaned up the acieurtts  ef $1145,61 Ftr., 21st,
and $2266,87 March 7thJ   the American Mail Line uaing,   te c.srpl.t.
these fl«-ur«e,  anennts w© cwed th«a ef §347,71 Apl  21st,  and
15869.69 April   30th,
Alt*  that the    HP/Tacl-issn" June 10th,   tt*ts $1262.01,  »__<   ■*; ret
differenci $6349.60,
'This is- arrived at as  f*ll*ws,,,,».,
"Due- H.P.K.- ■ ■ • sue American -Call Line,.
Apl,   21st.,....... v. #161 _-. 08    Advances  at g/pr 14/S(?alc^#6 7,»,41
TApl.aOth...;....... <. 1766,22 '   • *    21/5
Kay 7th?,,,,......v.       89.84
May 14th........., -. •,     768,24
Mm    21st v.v.       79,82
I.ay 31st,-, .•,.'....,.._   2164,94
H*t due C.P.R,   a/c       1262.01
•P/Tackaan* 10/6... .&3_g_.fr.*X>    halane* due C.P.R..........6345 .60	
f7T4€.16 f774-.,X5.
a
M
It
»    21/8 : -. 0_T
»    3l/5(Balce)   598*96
• 115,18
Y*urs truly,
Trav,  Audit*r
!%>C._f| (15-6-32-37254)
A.A. 41
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
A/i*-3L/
ACCOUNTING  DEPARTMENT
	
3) 33^yr y&c
C3ty**-£-
At an examination off tho Accounts off our Telegraph Agent at.
VA_.COUV.fc,
jy r\ i /    - -.    rr    ■
made .:.:..„........*.*.$...!.z$.4. the following monthly bills were found charged to your account:
MONTH
(LA j.a/4
y
AMOUNT
/M'sttcAA.
j y
OAXm.
CsK3[/ly
te   du^'TUUL      S~S
DATE RENDERED
REMARKS
■y^-
cyA<yuur4jLel3^L a. cCuj
U
Ut*mAmy33^' IcO.
(3^y33/33yi33<y
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,
Travelling Auditor
The amounts named above as being due to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, were unpaid
on N&^JJl___3-__ 193   ,   	
■ y A v.     ,.■>
. C • "    a
,7 -Jfe   &
_rm,
'»X j 9
■ill   note  t
report  trim vou \.-'aj_   datad June
ictorltt Wharf it o/s #ou0o.i>4 a/c
_m© that juu ar« i *J i$ lag out
.il&fel* at jcmr office, l_*ttt
t&nt. far.*.    ''/'■ ■■ /   /.t
r<j£j$yCr*Y /' 0
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7,2-3/
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4> A  fa      '   d
0   HfC*       Lm^U^ 1 number of sheets in the Report is to be written in with ink, on the top of the
Each sheet is to be given a separate consecutive number.    The first and last sheets
.r of Customs, by the Master, Purser or Agent of the vessel.
Rennrf. Nn 	
)RT OF „„ :	
  Reaistered tonnaae.              	
with men	
i Cargo Tons
C)
Quantity and Description
of Goods
Weight or
Measurement
CONSIGNEE
Manifest
Rec. Port No
or Export
Entry No.
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7
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: FORM   103A
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  COMPANY
FILE   OR   CLAIM      ~3^390      "
Victoria Wharf, BC.  June 24th /36
A. L. McConnellf  Esq**
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:-
.Please note,  we have received check today
from the American JMail Line,   paying  #l6l5*08 for President
Jackson April 21st.,  and deducting advances due  them for /
President Grant May 14th.f  f712.61,   or net payment of #902*47.
This leaves net balance d\x€ us of  #72o7#90t
with another ship in tomorrow* "*" ~
Yours  truly
Agent ^^,                                                 vaactuver,  Jujt* 15th 36
B»   Armlet,  Baq#t
Auditor if Aj^JjciiiE,
-   K*-*tre___i#-
U®&r ftlr#
it*   to tricar? Fail  RIM  Outstandings
rurth«r t# my t#tt«r Juas IStiu
Ag**t,  psattls Wharf,  advises me under dat# #f
♦Turns 13tht   that feig   Slits fcan&i ngl   ^'-:  *ifcw all  clsarsd,
3f*ttf§ truly,
*     Trav.  Audittr
■> •*•
7-V (15-6-32-37254)
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
A.A, 41
ACCOUNTING  DEPARTMENT
€>^^ d&Ly
«
At an examination off the Accounts off our Telegraph Agent at
made ^l...±3....)^^.	
+.M.XS *_A_-' \3   V JU-J
.....
the following monthly bills were ffound charged to your account:
MONTH
<_V;
y
AMOUNT
A
3
/\P
M 5o
fC
DATE RENDERED
REMARKS
To enable me to verify our Agent's Account, wail 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,
on.
The amounts named above as being due to the Canadian Pacij
 .... * 193	 12-2-35—17310
*        <*■ * FORM 599
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
*$......1..Q.25....__L._. Voucher No	
RECEIVED of the Canadian PacificJR^rftway^Company the sum
OfJlL**!^^ .^3^^X^^A Dollars,
tor ®Um%£E3LJ^^
A/C PRES/_EFFERS0N 6l£ /..017 67       H*^       .-'VW       j-'   ABV*Nee8
Dated at .H.AnLE.ltt  \$3
PLEASE DATE AND SIGN  IN  INK AND RETURN  PROMPTLY.
-H.NE 13/j€ 19 *     • CAf-ADlAfl    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY
,    guj. mmm °^\m ft.ty. ay »r* hy
»/f APR 7TM    /.E^AYS A/C PRES JEFFERSON 6©f       QM (
P/t APR t4TH      DO 0©
m/t MAY 21ST      OO      A/C PRES GRANT 55*
8ALC DUE A/C PRES MCKINLEY 52E NAG0YA O/L W   . P &3,
00      A/C PRES GRANT 55t KOBE S/l 45 PRO 1%  Uo>_a UH
£ 1647 1
10 O
48 32
W
it—
Jl 170? 85
, WgMMtffl_.-f-.-l- wine	
> 67/518 PRES GRANT 5®» AMI. S/L W
A/C P/UEFFERSON 6ll PRO 266    f  865 26
AOVS
DO
00
00
00
pro m
PRO
BALANCE DOE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY CO
110 20
42 21
f 7 74
mm
i 1707 83
AGENT CANAOIAN ®ACIFIC RAILWAY CO
LENORA STREET TERMINAL SEATTLE ffl.
_*UNE 13/56  1-18-35   754
IReport anb __!_♦anifest of tbe Cargo Laden at the Port ot
Tons,    whereof
100
bound for
OUTWARD FOREIGN MANIFEST
No. 3
on board the
is Master
No. 4
No. 5
Value of Foreign Value of Foreign          Value of Foreign
Merchandise Merchandise Merchandise ON THE
FROM NOT FROM BONDED PASSAGE (INTRANS-
BONDED WARE- WAREHOUSE, which ITU) from one Foreign
HOUSE has paid duties           country to another
TO BE LANDED
AT
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7 3- DEPARTMENT  OF   COMMERCE
BUREAU   OF   NAVIGATION
OATH OF MASTER TO MANIFEST ON CLEARING OUTWARD
(R. S. 3986, 3987, 3993, 4198)
District of	
Fort of	
I  of the
(Master or commander)
  , bound from the Fort of
(Nationality, rig and name of vessel
     to	
do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the Manifest of the Cargo on board the
above named vessel, now delivered by me to the Collector of this Port, and subscribed
with my name, contains, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, a full,
just, and true account of all the goods, wares, and merchandise now actually laden on
board the said vessel, and of the value thereof, and the foreign places or countries in
which the same are truly intended to be landed, and if any other goods, wares, or
merchandise shall be laden or put on board the said vessel previous to her departure
from this Port, I will immediately report the same to the said Collector, I do also
swear that I verily believe that the duties on all foreign merchandise therein specified have been paid or secured according to law, and that no part thereof is intended
to be relanded within the United States; and that if by distress or other unavoidable
accident it shall become necessary to reland the same, 1 will forthwith make a
just and true report thereof to the Collector of Customs of the District wherein such
distress or accident may happen. And said cargo is truly intended to be landed at
the place named in this manifest.    So help me God.
I do further swear that I have not received on board the above-named vessel, and
have not under my care or within my control, and that I will not receive and convey,
any letters or letter packets, addressed to any foreign country, which have not been
delivered to me from the Post Office, except such as relate to the cargo, and are addressed to the owner or consignee of said vessel, or such as are inclosed in a United
States stamped envelope of a denomination sufficient in amount to cover the United
States postage legally chargeable thereon, if the same had been posted and transmitted
by the regular mail. I, Master of the within named vessel do certify that to the best of my knowledge
and belief, the provisions of the Seaman's Act of March 4, 1915, have been fully complied with.
Master.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this day
of :        , 19 	
Deputy Collector.
No.
OUTWARD   FOREIGN
MANIF   ST
Flag
Big - •■■
Name -	
Net Tonnage '.  -Tons
100
■ • •■■... Master
For	
    19	
Cargo Ballast
Passengers* No	 vawettuY^r Ju»# 6 th 36
!«  Arnum,   Bftq^
Auditor if jtg**&t«ftf
%T :?ir.
H# Am-tricaA Maal limns Outstandings
Rt.  Sftattla    ttutiPf
-   -   * fhmt w^€0ixn% at jua* 3rd &t#-0d aa £#ll*ira«y*_i
Due* C,F_R.
APl,14th' •                      * 10.00
ifay 2Xttt   » P/Graiat  1.5 E 46«S2
M* ^l®£k%m-rall T,inert
till 71*67-5X8 f/amttf  56 W ?*}4 BS3f|       7,74
Ad<r§  a/e p/ateffsr**-* 61 1 f *
Pr® 266..«♦ V-865.»
fr# 280..«.v. 110.20
Pr#  mi,,,.i  48||        1017.67
Balaae® du@ CtRtK* ••••••••♦ ^ • e ♦• ♦•6££164
Aft ft At adTit#d ma Jua<* 4th thai  hi
Am rlean ?/ail Line  ttMit day and rat  t#14  tJ
al*.,*® fel^wm abftr®.   Tk# AftOfti
as a^ft^ aii ht can &tt 8-sme l*_f*3 im.
kd call - d •» tlrt.
t vaa Rftthlxc airaila;..!l#
I  wag  y±x®n a c^py  if
■ a. day  tr $#
4X4,     M&
/atIs  1 fitter  t;
)Q0.0<
»• day.
2t*i*«  Audit#r FORM   103
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
¥a tic surer,  Junt 8th 36 FORM    103
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM *3839(3 -HSH/l_U *
Victoria Wharf* B* C,
June 6th* 193&*
. A* L* McConnell,
Travelling Audi tort
Vancouver, B. 0*
Dear Sir :-
Your letter of the 3rc3-* re Americ    .il
Line accounts,.
Altha a further payment was promised for
last week, ao far it is not to hand, nor-can I
obtain anything definite♦
The net settlement of the S# S# President
Jefferson, May 27th* was some #1500*00, making total
net due us §7202*.32*    th another ship due the 10th*
they are hardly holding their own.
The local agent here cannot get anything
definite ae to when further payment will he forthcoming*
_fou
hf^lly^
Agent*
S*  America!    1 Line just phoned and say they have
out $2000.00 for uo M0nday* Jjutdttz.
m     n\ c
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I uyH^  11-16-35    16607
Form 2103
OUTWARD FOREIGN MANIFEST
IRepOtt anb HfoamfeSt Of tbe Gat.00 Laden at the Port of ,    on board the
 Tons,    whereof is Master
100
bound for 293.
No. 1
OUANTITIES
i\ MARKS
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
No. 5
NUMBERS
PACKAGES AND CONTENTS
]3A3h±3jwj^^
QUANTITIES
Lbs., Gallons,
Etc.
Value of Foreign Value of Foreign Value of Foreign
Value of Value of Foreign Merchandise Merchandise Merchandise ON THE
DOMESTIC Merchandise FROM NOT FROM BONDED PASSAGE (IN TRANS*
BONDED WARE- WAREHOUSE, which ITU) from one Foreign
TO BE LANDED
AT
Merchandise
FREE
^iQ^^l^u^ U?
y  /HiejH*      t
ff^jyhj^
HOUSE
"\_>6
has paid duties
country to another
n
33/ 33^*3/. /Ua//.'
L
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yt\t£
pii^^f/A f^uctsLuu @/&/?2iy
2$6    /70.2o
*33£
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2?3.       YA2/    /0/?3?
$ IJtS/jS
■
7	 .
Cat. No. 1374
DEPARTMENT   OF   COMMERCE
BUREAU    OF   NAVIGATION
OATH OF MASTER TO MANIFEST ON CLEARING OUTWARD
(R. S. 3986, 3987, 3993, 4198)
No.
OUTWARD   FOREIGN
MANIFEST
District of	
Port of	
I    of the
(Master or commander)
 , bound from the Fort of
(Nationality, rig and name of vessel
    to	
do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the Manifest of the Cargo on board the
above-named vessel, now delivered by me to the Collector of this Port, and subscribed
with my name, contains, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, a full,
just, and true account of all the goods, wares, and merchandise now actually laden on
board the said vessel, and of the value thereof, and the foreign places or countries in
which the same are truly intended to be landed, and if any other goods, wares, or
merchandise shall be laden or put on board the said vessel previous to her departure
from this Port, I will immediately report the same to the said Collector. I do also
swear that I verily believe that the duties on all foreign merchandise therein specified have been paid or secured according to law, and that no part thereof is intended
to be relanded within the United States; and that if by distress or other unavoidable
accident it shall become necessary to reland the same, 1 will forthwith make a
just and true report thereof to the Collector of Customs of the District wherein such
distress or accident may happen. And said cargo is truly intended to be landed at
the place named in this manifest.    So help me God.
I do further swear that I have not received on board the above-named vessel, and
have not under my care or within my control, and that I will not receive and convey,
any letters or letter packets, addressed to any foreign country, which have not been
delivered to me from the Post Office, except such as relate to the cargo, and are addressed to the owner or consignee of said vessel, or such as are inclosed in a United
States stamped envelope of a denomination sufficient in amount to cover the United
States postage legally chargeable thereon, if the same had been posted and transmitted
by the regular mail. I, Master of the within named vessel do certify that to the best of my knowledge
and belief, the provisions of the Seaman's Act of March 4, 1915, have been fully complied with.
Master.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this day
of , 19 	
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For	
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Cargo ■••■■ ■ Ballast
Passengers, No	
Deputy Collector. 0
Vaiic^UT^r^ May 28th 36
B,  Arnum,  Ktq«f
Auditor if At^ncimn$
Trantraait
Ti®ar Sir.
■ffurthar ta jgr, Tannant'a Jtcfetfi. Kay l4tiiCf y#ur L5004.
Rt saattl* Wharf
On Kay 23rd#   Afeni aa&a a nut  settlement callaetiac
$48o,66 aid paying tham $1£>8,13, jjyka ana* i.e. I ta aaad A&ent
vancaurar ^harf PPO w/b 1513 Kay 23rd*- fir 1174,58 which cl#a**d up
^int  mid itama  in latter*e  eutttadding,
Tha account a& at Hay 86th.  standi*  an. fallawa. . . . .
put  C.   P.   Kfr
P/!g Apl . 7th<« Pr«paida 11 *?/jaf f ara a» • # 6G E. .*-.-._ ♦..#1647.13
11 ■ 14tfc-# * • • ••'•->*•*'• 10.OC
■ »V  21et. ■ *P/brant■. e .C5 E,...        48.82
THy _ _Aras r ic an Mail Lina • -
Bill #67-518   *$?<&£&*  M W,  BA' 1  527 »imm,»(. J..?4
Balance  dun C.P.Ry ^f!6§8#21^
A^amt a&tiaaa Hi Fa,/ 26th#   that Act ,   Ari^rlean
tl Tinn,   tald hin- he bed Ml  itfear funds arailahle at  ^raj ^nd da^a
iint knaw whan he will,     I have tald Agaitt  ta i^rtai  far earl>  ^ayjii&at,
H# Victaria Fharf
ifr.  Tannaat'i  lattar e.? awed Raliure* dun C.P.R.   tf
i-ft-348#70.  EM   ^f/ormata fck_   ihawd 1670.41 daa r?.P*R_  and
58,-24 itu© AaerJu ail Lin*.  That- nakaa Balaaca dut* (%P.Kf   af
>S0.#7.     Agant  advl*.rd i vlh.   I a^ed
a i'iv »hat day    _fhi«  did aat materialise.  Ha wan  maurad
it veuld  be  f*/*i ths^  «?^d  if  tte® weelt.
1 haliey.3  ths re wae   aneth<_.r Am_.ric ill T. inf.   baat /ia
re.
rr*T.   #uditar FORM    103A     (X*
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
- 38390  -
FILE OR CLAIM
Victoria Wharf, 30*  May 27th 1936
HSH.
_  cOonnell, Esq,,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:-
Your memo of the 26th., re American Mail
Line outstanding.
We were promised another payment for today;
however, while it did not materialize, I aia assured it
will be forthcoming "before end of the week.
-fours truly
V
v N1/ Agent Printed in Canada
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
. LENORA STREET TERMINA®, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, yAY 26, 19?6
Inter-Department
Corresponded file        ^A^.7Q
MR A.L. MCCONNELL
TRAVELLING AUDITOR,
C/O S.S. PRINCESS KATHLEEN
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON.
DEAR MR MCCONNELL:       RE AMERICAN MAIL LINE
RE YOUR NOTE TODAY ACCOUNT MY NET SETTLEMENT
WITH THE ABOVE ON MAY 2}RD.
I HAVE ATTACHED MY PRO 895 OF MAY 21ST., PPO FOR $4.20,
IT WAS RECEIVED AFTER I SENT MY REPORT TO MR TENNANT AND I REGRET
THAT I OVERLOOKED THE FACT THAT I HAD NOT YET REPORTED IT TO HIM.
I HAD SEVERAL PPO*S TO DEAL WITH AND TOOK EVERYTHING I HAD.
ATTACHED PLEASE FIND MY WEEKLY STATEMfNT SHOWING A BALANCE
DUE OF $1698.21.  I WAS TALKING WITH MR MCCORMICK (ACCOUNTANT OF
THE A.M.U) TODAY AND HE HAS NO OTHER FUNDS AVAILABLE AT PRESENT
AND DOES NOT KNOW WHEN HE WILL.
I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO HAVE YOU ALTER THE TOTAL OF MY 0/S
ON THE NET SETTLEMENT STATEMENT I SENT YOU FOR MAY 2JRD.  IT
READS $586.66 AND S/B $486.66 - A TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR.  I HAVE
HAD THE A.M.L. STATEMENT CORRECTED.
YOURS V
ifisk TRUy.
RF AGENT. Printed in Canada
Form  lOI
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
• *
iNT_sRL6ieftfrMS.ii.EET TERM I NAB),   SEATTLE,  WASHINGTON,   MAY 26,   19,56
Correspondence pile
36-79
MR A.L. MCCONNELL
TRAVELLING AUDITOR,
C/O S.S. PRINCESS KATHLEEN
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON.
DEAR MR MCCONNELL:
RE AMERICAN MAIL LINE
RE YOUR NOTE TODAY ACCOUNT MY NET SETTLEMENT
WITH THE ABOVE ON MAY 23RD.
I HAVE ATTACHED MY PRO 895 OF MAY 21 ST., PPO FOR $4.20.
IT WAS RECEIVED AFTER I SENT MY REPORT TO MR TENNANT AND I REGRET
THAT I OVERLOOKED THE FACT THAT I HAD NOT YET REPORTED IT TO HIM.
I HAD SEVERAL PPO»S TO DEAL WITH AND TOOK EVERYTHING I HAD.
ATTACHED PLEASE FIND MY WEEKLY STATEMENT SHOWING A BALANCE
DUE OF $1698.21.  I WAS TALKING WITH MR MCCORMICK (ACCOUNTANT OF
THE A.M.L.) TODAY AND HE HAS NO OTHER FUNDS AVAILABLE AT PRESENT
AND DOES NOT KNOW WHEN HE WILL.
I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO HAVE YOU ALTER THE TOTAL OF MY 0/S
ON THE NET SETTLEMENT STATEMENT I SENT YOU FOR MAY 2JRD.  IT
READS $586.66 AND S/B $486.66 - A TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR.  I HAVE
HAD THE A.M.L. STATEMENT CORRECTED.
YOUR?
TRULY
WHARF AGENT. iPrinted in Canada)
•  '        Wharf or Steamer
SEATTLE  WHARF  WASHINGTON
Date Customs Report No.
MAY 21 ST  19.6	
CCS. 12 F
Pro. No.
895     __
fo AGENT   CPR   SEATTLE  WHARF  WASH Sheet Na
To the  CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO. Dr.
For Transporting the undermentioned Freight billed
Per Steam er-
u/c PPO
Voy.
From
VANCOUVER  WHARF  BC
W.B. No.
BC   13150
W.B. Date
MAY   15/36
Shipper
A   M   INNES   AH8
No. of Packages and Description of Articles
PPO  TO   RETURN  AMOUNT  CI
SS   PRESIDENT   GRANT  51   E
ALLOWED  PPO WB  277  JAPf 30.3q
REQUIRED   BY   CNR
CR  S/D   ITEM  43   FEB   29J36
py^opj Dest
F   15900  AHO
Weight
VER PA
OCT
Measurement
Tons   I   Feet
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133^
6 79
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4 20
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YOUR  35ife-4ived Payment,
Freight
Wharfage at
Billing Point
Advances
Prepaid
4 20  . PO
Total to
Collect
Agent or Purser.
Date..
.19. 11-16-35    16607
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OUTWARD FOREIGN MANIFEST
IRepOtt anb Manifest Of tbe CarGO Laden at the Port of ,   on board the
Form 2103
I
100
 Tons,    whereof  is Master
bound for 193	
No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5
QUANTITIES
PACKAGES AND CONTENTS
fi MARKS
NUMBERS
QUANTITIES
Lbs., Gallons,
Etc.
Value of
DOMESTIC
Merchandise
Value of Foreign           Value of Foreign Value of Foreign
Value of Foreign              Merchandise                   Merchandise Merchandise ON THE
Merchandise                      FROM                 NOT FROM BONDED PASSAGE (INTRANS-
FREE                    BONDED WARE-        WAREHOUSE, which ITU) from one Foreign
has paid duties 'country to another
TO BE LANDED
AT
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DEPARTMENT   OF   COMMERCE
BUREAU    OF    NAVIGATION
No.
0 a
OATH OF MASTER TO MANIFEST ON CLEARING OUTWARD
(R. S. 3986, 3987, 3993, 4198)
District of	
Port of	
I of the
(Master or commander)
 .. , bound from the Fort of
(Nationality, rig and name of vessel
     to    • .-	
do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the Manifest of the Cargo on board the
above-named vessel, now delivered by me to the Collector of this Port, and subscribed
with my name, contains, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, a full,
just, and true account of all the goods, wares, and merchandise now actually laden on
board the said vessel, and of the value thereof, and the foreign places or countries in
which the same are truly intended to be landed, and if any other goods, wares, or
merchandise shall be laden or put on board the said vessel previous to her departure
from this Port, I will immediately report the same to the said Collector. I do also
swear that I verily believe that the duties on all foreign merchandise therein specified have been paid or secured according to law, and that no part thereof is intended
to be relanded within the United States; and that if by distress or other unavoidable
accident it shall become necessary to reland the same, 1 will forthwith make a
just and true report thereof to the Collector of Customs of the District wherein such
distress or accident may happen. And said cargo is truly intended to be landed at
the place named in this manifest.    So help me God.
I do further swear that I have not received on board the above-named vessel, and
have not under my care or within my control, and that I will not receive and convey,
any letters or letter packets, addressed to any foreign country, which have not been
delivered to me from the Post Office, except such as relate to the cargo, and are addressed to the owner or consignee of said vessel, or such as are inclosed in a United
States stamped envelope of a denomination sufficient in amount to cover the United
States postage legally chargeable thereon, if the same had been posted and transmitted
by the regular mail. I, Master of the within named vessel do certify that to the best of my knowledge
and belief, the provisions of the Seaman's Act of March 4, 1915, have been fully complied with.
Master.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this day
of , 19 	
OUTWARD   FOREIGN
MANIFEST
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Name ■ — --	
Net Tonnage Tons
100
   Master
For    --.	
    19,	
Cargo Ballast
Passengers, No	
Deputy Collector. Printed in Canada
Form  IO.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LE-?ORA  STREET TERMINAL,  SEATTLE,  WN.,  MAY 23/36
Inter-Department
Correspondence A, pile     3^79
UR A-L. MCCONNELL
TRAVELLING HID ITOR
VANCOUVER, B.C.
DEAR SIR;- RE AMERICAN MAIL LINE
REFERRING TO YOURS OF MAY 19TH.  I ARRANGED A NET
SETTLEMENT TODAY WITH THE ABOVE, OBTAINING THEIR CHEQUE
IN AMOUNT OF $328.53-  I HAVE ATTACHED A COPY OF MY STATEMENT,
RECEIPT AND PPO W/B 1513 ISSUED TODAY TO MR INNES IN AMOUNT OF
$174.58. THIS LEAVES ME OUTSTANDING THE FOLLOWING AMOUNTS:-
BEYONDS P/JEFF. 60E, O/S P/E APR. 7/3$ .....$ 1657.13
PREPAYS P/GRANT ^E    O/S P/E MAY 21/36..     48.82
TOTAL O/S AT SEATTLE WHARF TO DATE $ 1705.95.
YOURS VERY TRULY
*Lmy\^
/
WH«RF AGENT. 2-21-36—2258
FORM 699
$•-
138   11
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
RECEIVED of the Canac
Of. tmjHKmmW^
formmmmm®m mm® *mm
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Company the sum
 Dollars,
Dated at
PLEASE DATE AND SIGN IN INK AND RETURN PROMPTLY. CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
WHARFINGER'S MANIFEST
STEAMER
R    U             C
LOADING NO.
JA
DATE
MAY   23   193c
WAYBILL NO.
15*5
TO                                                   STATION                                                  PROVINCE OR STATE
N
VANC OUVER'                         iF                 B               C
FROM                                                                    STATION                         PROVINCE OR STATE
NUMBER
(     10004)       SEATTLE      WHF        WN
FULL NAME OF SHIPPER, ORIGIN AND
DATE,      ORIGINAL      CAR.     TRANSFER
FREIGHT        BILL,         AND        PREVIOUS
WAYBILL   REFERENCE   AND   ROUTING
WHEN  REBILLED.
CONSIGNEE,    ADDRESS,    FINAL
DESTINATION,     ADDITIONAL
ROUTING.    DESCRIPTION     OF     ARTICLES AND  MARKS.   .
-
1340     AGENT
WHARF  F. EIGHT   AGENT
V^T.C UVER  B C
PPO FOR  X?5  174 58 AS. FOLLOWS
e»RES  JEFFERSON 56E PRO 49 YOKO BL  111  VAN WHF FILE B.J4.02
PRES JACKSON 51E PRO 329    YOKO BL 204 8EA/YAN W8 312.   NOV
3/55
PRES  JACKSON 51E PRO 335    YOKO BL 198 SEA/VAN WBJ121   NOi
3/35
PRES GRANT 52E PRO 363 KOBE BL 41 SEA/VAN WB 3445 OK
3/35
PRES  JEFFERSON 5?E »B0  372  v0f<0 BL  122 SEA  VAN/WB 2928 OCT
13/35
PRES JEFFERSON 57£ PRO  343 YOKO BL     19 SEA/VAN WB 2906 OCT
PRES  JACKSON 51E    PRO 320 YOKO BL 163    EA/VAN WB 3121   NOV
3/35
PRES JACKSON 5H    PRO 355 YOKO BL  igB  SEA/vA.    WB 3121   NOV
3/35
PRES JEFFERSON 60E PRO 229 SHANG BL 15 SEA/VAN WB#958 APR
3/36
5 72
13 81
68 63
60 29
2 02
1  83
3 01
15 18
6 04
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
VM»->uYt>r, May 19th 36
A, M    And ara an,  Baq,,
A^aat,    Saat&la Wharf,    -
paar sir,
at Am«r.ean Mail Liaa
* *
B-f-rring  _a yaur 36-79 May IBth,  ta M*".  Xanaaat.
£ uad*rataad tht-   J_a arietta Mail Lin* will yay yeu
(896,05  (part tf yaur 0/8 $1946.18,#1©.0C).  Al*_  #183.72 raquirad
by v»nc»UT«r Wharf,  a tetal  tf #488.77,
Y«u  ta  pay them $1153,93,
I &a net ■•• any tfcjactiea t* yau naSciac.. auok a
aa?-tiaa-tnt.
Can yau nat alt* clean uj» tha t«r_  small  item© af
§6.77 aad #7.86 dam ma *     1'hat aauld leave tnly tha «Beyaada»
Sa  »?/jaffara»»» 60 % ( #1657,13},
let ma knaw If, aad *_*_.,  aucyeatad aattlanaat ia
aada,  and ahaw hatanea clua C.P.R, at data af writiag.
MT',  l'enaaat ia tat af tha city aad will ha away
far a atnth ar »e,
Pleaee kaat> aua adriaed af tha aitaatiea.
Ytaia truly,
i'rar. Auditar Form   lOI
Printed in Canada
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
' TERMINAL SEATTLE, WASHINGTON,   MAY 18TH.,   1936
. riE
36-79
CORRESPOt      nce
MR A.W.  TENNANT
TRAVELLING AUDITOR,
VANCOUVER,  B.C,
DEAR  SIR:- RE  AMERICAN MAIL LINE
1  HAVE MADE UP MY STATEMENT A DAY EARLIER THIS WEEK AS
MR MCCORMICK,   ACCOUNTANT  AT THE  A.M.L.,  TELEPHONED ME THAT HE
COULD MAKE ANOTHER "SMALL"   SETTLEMENT WITH ME.    HE WANTS TO WORK
ON $299.03 WHICH  IS PART OF MY 0/S OF APR.  7TH.,  AND 14TH.,  COVERING PREPAYS A/C P/JEFFERSON 60E,  AND   IS FOR LIGHTERAGE AND HALF
VANCOUVER WHARFAGE ONLY.    THE BALANCE OF $1637.13 COVERS BEYONDS
AND HE  CANNOT HANDLE THAT PORTION YET,     YOU WILL NOTICE THAT   I  HAVE
A TOTAL OF $133-93 AVAILABLE  FOR HIM WHICH HE WOULD LIKE TO CLEAN
UP.     HE   INTIMATED THAT HE MIGHT ALSO BE  ABLE TO SQUARE UP WITH ME
ON SEVERAL ODDS AND ENDS WHICH   I   AM NOT 0/S BUT TRYING TO COLLECT
FOR AGENT VANCOUVER WHARF.    THEY TOTAL $183,72, WHICH   INCLUDES THE
$163,53 MENTIONED BY YOU WHEN YOU WROTE ME REGARDING THE LAST
JUNCTION SETTLEMENT.    WILL YOU PLEASE LET ME KNOW AS SOON AS YOU
CAN  JUST HOW FAR  1  CAN GO   IN MAKING UP A SETTLEMENT AS  I WILL NO
DOUBT HAVE TO SPEND THE BEST PART OF A DAY WITH HIM   IN ARRANGING THE
DETAILS,   AND OBLIGE
'9
YOURS VERY TRULY,
wk
WHARF AGENT. Form   lOI
Printed in Canada
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
faMmQWk'*i*fVBB* TERMINAL SEATTLE,  WASHINGTON,   MAY  18TH.,   1936
Corresp    )denc_ *'n-E
36-79
MR A.W. TENNANT
TRAVELLING AUDITOR,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
DEAR SIR:-
RE AMERICAN MAIL LINE
I HAVE MADE UP MY STATEMENT A DAY EARLIER THIS WEEK AS
MR MCCORMICK, ACCOUNTANT AT THE A.M.L., TELEPHONED ME THAT HE
COULD MAKE ANOTnER "SMALL" SETTLEMENT WITH ME.  HE WANTS TO WORK
ON $299.03 WHICH IS PART OF MY 0/S OF APR. 7TH., AND 14TH., COVERING PREPAYS A/C P/JEFFERSON 60E, AND IS FOR LIGHTERAGE AND HALF
VANCOUVER WHARFAGE ONLY.  THE BALANCE OF $1637.13 COVERS BEYONDS
AND HE CANNOT HANDLE THAT PORTION YET.  YOU WILL NOTICE THAT I HAVE
A TOTAL OF $133-93 AVAILABLE FOR HIM WHICH HE WOULD LIKE TO CLEAN
UP.  HE INTIMATED THAT HE MIGHT ALSO BE ABLE TO SQUARE UP WITH ME
ON SEVERAL ODDS AND ENDS WHICH I AM NOT 0/S BUT TRYING TO COLLECT
FOR AGENT VANCOUVER WHARF.  THEY TOTAL $183.72, WHICH INCLUDES THE
$163.33 MENTIONED BY YOU WHEN YOU WROTE ME REGARDING THE LAST
JUNCTION SETTLEMENT.  WILL YOU PLEASE LET ME KNOW AS SOON AS YOU
CAN JUST HOW FAR I CAN GO IN MAKING UP A SETTLEMENT AS I WILL NO
DOUBT HAVE TO SPEND THE BEST PART OF A DAY WITH HIM IN ARRANGING THE
DETAILS, AND OBLIGE
YOURS VERY TRULY,
fluy^y
HARF AGENT, 11-16-35    16607
OUTWARD FOREIGN MANIFEST
IRepprt \nb flfoamfeet of tbe Cargo uden at the Port of , on board the
Form 2103
100
 Tons,    whereof , is Master
bound for 193	
No. 1 . j No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5
QUANTITIES VaIue of ForeJffn Vflhie ftf PftfftJ(ril v«i_
PACKAGES AND CONTENTS
MARKS
NUMBERS
QUANTITIES
Lbs., Gallons,
Etc.
/3tA/t7u3 3) AAyUmtAyyiatmUm f%htA 3-*3u.
.,,'„.              Value of Foreign Value of Foreign Value of Foreign
Value of               Value of Foreign              Merchandise Merchandise Merchandise ON THE
DOMESTIC                  Merchandise                      FROM NOT FROM BONDED PASSAGE (INTRANS-
Merchandise                      FREE                    BONDED WARE- WAREHOUSE, which ITU) from one Foreign
HOUSE has paid duties country to another
TO BE LANDED
AT
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* X* / Cat. No. 1374
DEPARTMENT  OF   COMMERCE
BUREAU   OF   NAVIGATION
OATH OF MASTER TO MANIFEST ON CLEARING OUTWARD
(R. S. 3986, 3987, 3993, 4198)
No..
OUTWARD   FOREIGN
MANIFEST
District of	
Port of	
X of the
(Master or commander)
 , bound from the Fort of
(Nationality, rig and name of vessel
    to	
do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the Manifest of the Cargo on board the
above-named vessel, now delivered by me to the Collector of this Port, and subscribed
with my name, contains, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, a full,
just, and true account of all the goods, wares, and merchandise now actually laden on
board the said vessel, and of the value thereof, and the foreign places or countries in
which the same are truly intended to be landed, and if any other goods, wares, or
merchandise shall be laden or put on board the said vessel previous to her departure
from this Port, I will immediately report the same to the said Collector, I do also
swear that I verily believe that the duties on all foreign merchandise therein specified have been paid or secured according to law, and that no part thereof is intended
to be relanded within the United States; and that if by distress or other unavoidable
accident it shall become necessary to reland the same, 1 will forthwith make a
just and true report thereof to the Collector of Customs of the District wherein such
distress or accident may happen. And said cargo is truly intended to be landed at
the place named in this manifest.    So help me God.
I do further swear that I have not received on board the above-named vessel, and
have not under my care or within my control, and that I will not receive and convey,
any letters or letter packets, addressed to any foreign country, which have not been
delivered to me from the Post Office, except such as relate to the cargo, and are addressed to the owner or consignee of said vessel, or such as are inclosed in a United
States stamped envelope of a denomination sufficient in amount to cover the United
States postage legally chargeable thereon, if the same had been posted and transmitted
by the regular mail. I, Master of the within named vessel do certify that to the best of my knowledge
and belief, the provisions of the Seaman's Act of March 4, 1915, have been fully complied with.
Master.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this day
of , 19 	
Flag
Rig •• '	
Name •••--	
Net Tonnage Tons
100
 Master
For -	
    19	
Cargo Ballast
Passengers, No	
Deputy Collector. FORM   I03A     (Tg
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
•38390 BSK/m*
Mr* A* ¥. Tennant,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B# G#
Victoria Wharf, B# O0
May l^th/36*
Dear Sir :«*
American Fail Line accounts*
Figures for the ^Grant" May 13th/36, show $768,24
due them, and #670*41 due us*
Have not heard yet of any other payment being
forthcoming*
Yours faithfully,
Agent* L-5004.
Vanceuver, B.C. May 14th, 1936.
P. Arnum, Esq.,
Audit*r af  Agencies#
Mentreal.
American Tail Bin* Outstandings,.
Burther ta my wirt 10th instant,
8ea^1ul• Wharf Agent C-llected £143.71 May  7th,and the
fell-wing credits were,  applied Balance Sheet May 7th te clear
t/a Ta»y.l4th.  P/Winley # 798.43 s/r>r,May 7th.Advane«s
b/a March.21st,  p/crant 463.62    ..     Apl.14th .iek.B/tSi.
(part $1579,45) .. ..  -tefunds avail.
'%.
ee ee •  » ••
,,     Apl.   21st,   Advancee,
Tenant* B/S 106 Mar, 14 til/
Mew Yerfc B/S 5934 Apl. 14th,
o/s iterne  fer clearance.
Current PP0»e  applied.
Balance by cheque.
Ti26-_7oT
o/s,
$ 132.73
,43
34.08
.29
816.35
29.00
67.47
.31
37.68
143.71
#1262,05
We alee ebtained cenfirmatie* ef direct payment te the
C.T.._Hy. May 4th a/c  itemt b/A March 21st,p/brant 54E.   (part #1579,45)
and I  instructed Vancouver Wharf Agent te send PPO #1115,73 te clear
. eattle Wharf o/S hy that ameunt.  This  item since cleared W/E.May 14th.
Pre„_nt ()/s Seattle,
April 7th & 14th, #1969,21 Credits  available net yet
applied, # 108.83
?fiance due C.P.R,   «a> 12th.     1860.38
#1969.21
^icteria Wharf received cheque fer #2522.36,  and credits available
$1854.84 have been applied W/fe.  May 14th te   reduce eutstandinga.
Pe.e.-al  items  are subject te slight adjustments,  hut  the pretest o/s
aralnst the A.**,Bin* stands R£  felews:-
	 #
Arnum,  Esq.,
•Tany,   31st-,  B/A Balane*    #
Beby,   21st,
■'arch 7th,'
April  21st'.
April  30th,
45.92  ,
1145.61 £/
2266.87 Id-ances available.
1628.55 PPO te  apply,
1766,22 Advances available.
 o/s Balance,
# 6853,17
#  347.71
13.47
843.29
5648.70
pSSsTlT
The  "President Grant" was du* a. Victeria yesterday,
but I am net ia a pesitlea te- advisa ameunt increased eutsLanding
acceuat carge ex that steamer. HI
Yeurs  truly.
J. e _"_•
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OUTWARD FOREIGN MANIFEST
.Report anb flfoamfeSt Of tbe C&tQO Laden at the Port of ,   on board the
Form 2103
100
 Tons,    whereof   is Master
bound for 193	
No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4
No. 5
MARKS
NUMBERS
PACKAGES AND CONTENTS
QUANTITIES
Lbs., Gallons,
Etc.
. '                      Value of Foreign Value of Foreign          Value of Foreign
Value of               Value of Foreign              Merchandise Merchandise Merchandise ON THE
DOMESTIC                  Merchandise                      FROM NOT FROM BONDED PASSAGE (INTRANS-
Merchandise                     FREE                   BONDED WARE- WAREHOUSE, which ITU) from one Foreign
HOUSE has paid duties           country to another
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1L____ Cat. No. 1374
DEPARTMENT  OF   COMMERCE
BUREAU   OF   NAVIGATION
OATH OF MASTER TO MANIFEST ON CLEARING OUTWARD
(R. S. 3986, 3987, 3993, 4198)
No.
3
OUTWARD   FOREIGN
MANIFEST
District of	
Port of •	
j   of the
1 (Master or commander)
 , bound from the Fort of
(Nationality, rig and name of vessel
    to	
do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the Manifest of the Cargo on board the
above-named vessel, now delivered by me to the Collector of this Port, and subscribed
with my name, contains, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, a full,
just, and true account of all the goods, wares, and merchandise now actually laden on
board the said vessel, and of the value thereof, and the foreign places or countries in
which the same are truly intended to be landed, and if any other goods, wares, or
merchandise shall be laden or put on board the said vessel previous to her departure
from this Port, I will immediately report the same to the said Collector. I do also
swear that I verily believe that the duties on all foreign merchandise therein specified have been paid or secured according to law, and that no part thereof is intended
to be relanded within the United States; and that if by distress or other unavoidable
accident it shall become necessary to reland the same, 1 will forthwith make a
just and true report thereof to the Collector of Customs of the District wherein such
distress or accident may happen. And said cargo is truly intended to be landed at
the place named in this manifest.    So help me God.
I do further swear that I have not received on board the above-named vessel, and
have not under my care or within my control, and that I will not receive and convey,
any letters or letter packets, addressed to any foreign country, which have not been
delivered to me from the Post Office, except such as relate to the cargo, and are addressed to the owner or consignee of said vessel, or such as are inclosed in a United
States stamped envelope of a denomination sufficient in amount to cover the United
States postage legally chargeable thereon, if the same had been posted and transmitted
by the regular mail. I, Master of the within named vessel do certify that to the best of my knowledge
and belief, the provisions of the Seaman's Act of March 4, 1915, have been fully complied with.
Master.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this day
of , 19 	
Flag-.
Rig
Name
Net Tonnage Tons
100
Master
For
19..
Cargo • Ballast
Passengers, No.
Deputy Collector. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LENORA STREET TERMINAL
SEATTLE!        UN
7 AY I ITH, 1-356
FILE 36-72
ftR. A. «. INNES
WHARF FRT. AGENT
VANCOUVER, B. C,
SEATTLE 7BARF 0/S $1113.83 P/E MARCH 21, A/C "PRES. GRANT" 34-E
DEAR SIR:
i have today received your ppo
AMOUNT OF 1112.8^. IF YOU WS LI
$3.00, WHICH APPARENTLY SHOULD
YOUR WAYBILL, I
123.0 Of MAY 3TH IN
: THE BALANCE OF
.RD AS PER DETAILS ON
rANDIMG.
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CANADIAN -PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY
LENORA STREET TERMINAL
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
MAY  7,   1936
FILE  36-79
MR, A. W. TENNANT
TRAVELLING AUDITOR
VANCOUVER, B. C,
DEAR SIR:
TH FURTHER REFERENCE TO MY LETTER TO YOU YESTERDAY
REFERRING TO YOURS OF MAY 2ND AND,YOUR MEMORANDUMS ATTACHED.
I HAVE i ODAY      GED A
/iAIL LINE AS PER ATTACHED COPY OF MY STATE
THEIR DRAFT IN AMOUNT OF $143.71.
OSTH
OT.
RECEIVED
JLY ./YOURS,
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ENC.
AGENT LENORA STREET TERMINAL
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
SEATTLE WASHINGTON NET SETTLEMENT WITH AMERICAN MAIL LINE FOR PERIOD ENDINS MAY 7/36
DUE CANAPIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
DUE AMERICAN MAIL LINE
P/E JAN 14TH PREPAYS P/MCKINLEY 52E
P/E MAR 21ST   DO  P/GRANT 541
LENORA STREET TERMINAL
SEATTLE WASHINGTON
MAY 7/36
i 798 43
463 62
i  1262 05
ADVANCES A/C P/UEFFERSON 6©E
AML LETTER FEB 26 P/GRANT 52E YOKO BL 54 ?m 288
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P/MCKINLEY 496 REFUND NAG BL 54 PRO   .42
W DO        DO      56
,    DO OO    SHIM        4
P/GRANT 506 REFUND ON PRO 710
DO DO 711
BILL NO 67/312 P/GRANT 55W BL 93 ,
BILL NO SC4287 P/MCKINLEY 54W l/2 WFGE
ADVANCES P/JACKSON 54E
BILL NO 67/412 PAIACKSON 55* B/L E 297
p/«CKINf.gV 50E YOKO B/L 10 PRO 250
00 DO        74 2§1
BALANCE DUE C P RY CO
1
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. 132 73
288
43
3 81
29 98
27
34 08
29
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31
816 35
67 47
34 14
3 54
143 71
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CORRESPO.it     NCE
FILE
36-79
MAY 6,   1936
,   A.   '.   TENNANT
TRAVELLING   AUDITOR
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
DEAR   SI7:
I   CALLED  ON  MR.   MCCORMICK  AGAIN  TODAY   AND   AFTER   A   LONG
SESSION MANAGED  TO GET   ONE   POINT   STRAIGHTENED  OUT WHICH   I
WILL  GIVE   YOU   ALL  PARTICULARS  OF   AT   THIS  TIME.
THIS  REFERS TO  MY   OUTSTANDING   OF   $1,379.43,   PERIOD
ENDING   MARCH   21 ST,    IN   CONNECTION  WITH  WHICH  YOU   ADVISED
IN   YOUR   LETTER   OF  MAY   2ND  THAT   AN  AMOUNT   OF  $1,115.83  WAS
HELD  AT   SPECIAL DEMIT   AT   VANCOUVER  WHARF,   LEAVING   A  DIFFERENCE
OUTSTANDING WITH  ME   OF   $463.62.      I   HOPE   T IE   A
SETTLE   ENT   INCLUDING  THIS  AMOUNT  WITH ICK  T
AS   PER   YOUR  WISHES.
I   ALSO   FIND  THAT  THE
ADIAN   NATIONAL  RAILWAY
89722  A   TOTAL  Ol ,108.73,
RENDERED  THE IL   LINE  BY  THE   CANADIAN  RATIO
RAILWAY.     THIS   IS   $7.10  LESS THAN  THE   AMOUNT   YOU   STATE   I
L  LINE   PAID  THE
4TH   IN  THEIR  DRAFT  N
HCH   AGREES WITH  AN   ACCO*
AT
SPECIAL
b/l
IT   AT   VANC
P.R*   MILL
1ADE   UP
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FOLLOWS:-
DIFFERENCE
4
?
6
7
8
43.29
43.42
43.62
43.42
43.62
$223.37
$ 43.86
43.99
44.18
43.99
42.23
8.27
$1 .43
1.43
1.44
1.43
1.37
$7.10
TO
TO
FOR   YOU
>P0   FOR Printed in Canada
Inter•Department
correspond   mce
Form   lOI
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE
AWT-2
MAY 6
36-79
$1,113,83, THE AMOUNT WHICH I      .E OUTSTANDING AFTER THE A    :AN
L LINE TAKE CARE OF THE BALANCE OF $463.62, WHICH HAS BEEN CHECKED
UP CAREFULLY TODAY AND FOUND CORRECT.
APPARENTLY HAD THE 077    7 ED OVER TO THE
CANADIAN NATIONAL RA 1 I ALLOWED IN . Y Pr:0 WAYBILLS THEY
WOULD HAVE REFUNDED US 07.10.  CONSEQUENTLY, THE TRANSACTION SHOULD
CLOSED IN SO FAR AS THIS DIFFERENCE IS CONCERNED.
VERY TRULY YOURS,
AGENT 11-16-35   16607
OUTWARD FOREIGN MANIFEST
.Report anb fifean ifest of tbe Cargo Laden at the port of , _n board the
__   , Due*   #M£R3 3Y./?7TT~Lj33
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BUREAU   OF   NAVIGATION
OATH OF MASTER TO MANIFEST ON CLEARING OUTWARD
(R. S. 3986, 3987, 3993, 4198)
No..
OUTWARD   FOREIGN
MANIFEST
District of	
Port of	
j of the
1 (Master or commander)
 ,., bound from the Fort of
(Nationality, rig and name of vessel
    to	
do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the Manifest of the Cargo on board the
above-named vessel, now delivered by me to the Collector of this Port, and subscribed
with my name, contains, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, a full,
just, and true account of all the goods, wares, and merchandise now actually laden on
board the said vessel, and of the value thereof, and the foreign places or countries in
which the same are truly intended to be landed, and if any other goods, wares, or
merchandise shall be laden or put on board the said vessel previous to her departure
from this Port, I will immediately report the same to the said Collector, I do also
swear that I verily believe that the duties on all foreign merchandise therein specified have been paid or secured according to law, and that no part thereof is intended
to be relanded within the United States; and that if by distress or other unavoidable
accident it shall become necessary to reland the same, 1 will forthwith make a
just and true report thereof to the Collector of Customs of the District wherein such
distress or accident may happen. And said cargo is truly intended to be landed at
the place named in this manifest.    So help me God.
I do further swear that I have not received on board the above-named vessel, and
have not under my care or within my control, and that I will not receive and convey,
any letters or letter packets, addressed to any foreign country, which have not been
delivered to me from the Post Office, except such as relate to the cargo, and are addressed to the owner or consignee of said vessel, or such as are inclosed in a United
States stamped envelope of a denomination sufficient in amount to cover the United
States postage legally chargeable thereon, if the same had been posted and transmitted
by the regular mail. I, Master of the within named vessel do certify that to the best of my knowledge
and belief, the provisions of the Seaman's Act of March 4, 1915, have been fully complied with.
Master.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this day
of , 19 	
Deputy Collector.
Flag-
Rig..
Name
Net Tonnage Tons
100
Master
For
19..
Cargo Ballast
Passengers, No.
<y 11-16-35    16607
OUTWARD FOREIGN MANIFEST
.Report anb Manifest of tbe Cargo uden at the Port of , _n board the
Form 2103
100
 Tons,    whereof is Master
bound for 193	
No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5
QUANTITIES
PACKAGES AND CONTENTS
/A |
MARKS
NUMBERS
/ \tk^JS^
>ic_l
:
Value of Foreign           Value of Poreign Value of Foreign
Value of               Value of Foreign              Merchandise                   Merchandise Merchandise ON THE
DOMESTIC                  Merchandise                      FROM                 NOT FROM BONDED PASSAGE (INTRANS-
Merchandise                      FREE                    BONDED WARE-        WAREHOUSE, which ITU) from one Foreign
has paid duties country to another
TO BE LANDED
AT
KJU   ;!
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DEPARTMENT   OF   COMMERCE
BUREAU    OF    NAVIGATION
OATH OF MASTER TO MANIFEST ON CLEARING OUTWARD
(R. S. 3986, 3987, 3993, 4198)
District of	
Port of •	
Ii  of the
(Master or commander)
 , bound from the Port of
(Nationality, rig and name of vessel
    to  	
do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the Manifest of the Cargo on board the
above-named vessel, now delivered by me to the Collector of this Port, and subscribed
with my name, contains, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, a full,
just, and true account of all the goods, wares, and merchandise now actually laden on
board the said vessel, and of the value thereof, and the foreign places or countries in
which the same are truly intended to be landed, and if any other goods, wares, or
merchandise shall be laden or put on board the said vessel previous to her departure
from this Port, I will immediately report the same to the said Collector, I do also
swear that I verily believe that the duties on all foreign merchandise therein specified have been paid or secured according to law, and that no part thereof is intended
to be relanded within the United States; and that if by distress or other unavoidable
accident it shall become necessary to reland the same, 1 will forthwith make a
just and true report thereof to the Collector of Customs of the District wherein such
distress or accident may happen. And said cargo is truly intended to be landed at
the place named in this manifest.    So help me God.
I do further swear that I have not received on board the above-named vessel, and
have not under my care or within my control, and that I will not receive and convey,
any letters or letter packets, addressed to any foreign country, which have not been
delivered to me from the Post Office, except such as relate to the cargo, and are addressed to the owner or consignee of said vessel, or such as are inclosed in a United
States stamped envelope of a denomination sufficient in amount to cover the United
States postage legally chargeable thereon, if the same had been posted and transmitted
by the regular mail. I, Master of the within named vessel do certify that to the best of my knowledge
and belief, the provisions of the Seaman's Act of March 4, 1915, have been fully complied with.
Master.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this day
of , 19 	
Deputy Collector.
No.
OUTWARD   FOI-^EIGN
*i
MANIFEST
Flag	
Rig ■ • •■■■
Name	
Net Tonnage Tons
100
 Master
For	
    19	
Cargo   .Ballast
Passengers, No	 *
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Adjuatm#»f tf crediti  referred t* i._til l&^jrtori  Lh*
h.&t office*
Y#ur^  truly,
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FILE   OR   CLAIM                                                                                                                 >>"^      ^Z^^
Vancouver,  B.C*, April 3rd,   1936*3mm*c*
A*  W*   Tennant,   Esq*,
Vancouver*
Would you mind giving me a ring
on the plione first opportunity*
j\ M* 1.1a o Arthur* ¥mmw9&¥m    »&*    »f SnAi IfMM-i
• Aft4«_ra»Ht Bsq*^f
_rf A'»ent, reattie.
_t* Am*rlean Hail T.in* o/s*
SldftrriHE t* j?®ur letter 29th ulte.,file 36-79.
It v.iu fee rd*r   -.or vtu te _*llew tht A.* .Line all
credit* available,  aa lifued by jre^.,  obtaining ___*cei»ary i tt  ti
aui_i_art credit* teti_tli*g £1080,66,   prmrided i©u cam ebtaia their
chelae ^jr $181,99 ti cl^mjt up eutetandifcfi  at  fei It* we:-
?ar 0
7s »_;
V»14th*
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ied wh#it
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>«ax:able at H/^r,V_unceu**r VftdT#    $l&ui..y&
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ilanc*  .-heet _4_tt> wULt appear.
truly* ._-.'
,/
_% FORM   103A
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
PfPA' F.LEORCLA,M L-5    0    0    4
•
Montreal,  April 2?th/s6
Mr.A.W.Tennant,
Travelling Auditor,  C.P.H,
Vancouver, BftC_
Seat tie Wharf
Advances  due  the American Mail Line*
Referring  to your letter  20th instant*
With regard to placing you  in  a position  to apply any credits
against   outstanding amounts,   I  am quite agreeable to this,
provided I am advised promptly of all  such adjustments,  and
that   proper  receipts  are  obtained from the American Mail Line
to  cover such transactions.
Auditor of Agencies. ■"?€*.•
7     ■   :   -/.'"'
i - ip CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM   A**8H45*-E
Yaneourer, B#0., April 30th, 1956 •
Meroraadtm to Mr* A*W, Tenoant:
Btseusaed the matter of American Mall llae
outstanding© ia Seattle yesterday*
I talked to Mr* Bush, Amsrlean Mail Lisa*
Auditor, aad he told m®  that they eospeeted to pay ua nUMn
a day or teo an aatiunt at least equal to tb* prepayments on
their vessel due Vietoria yesterday * and whatever they &M
pay would be seat to Victoria Wharf_ I also asked if, to
making any settlement *§fl the Gamdian Hational, •tttey would
adjust the amount ef #1100,00 with i&hieh the Canadian National
haire billed them, but rihleh m  are also eaj-*ying in otir out-
standings, not having paid toe Canadian National, He said he
would do this, and adviee m  so that we may clear thia amount
from eur outstandings and consequently reduce the total*
1 also discussed the general question utth
Mr, Baiaes, Qeaejml Manager, and he told ae that as the American Mall Use had ao debts, other than current aecounts, he
expected that an ar    lent w>uld be cmde vevy shortly to
borrow from the bank0 something like ^SOOpDO.00, nrhieii TOUld
clean up all Wb±t debts and pemit theii to work currently on
a thirty day basis,
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Form   lOI
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LEfWRA   STREET   TE
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CO.
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WASHINGTON,   APRIL 29,   1936
^ONDENCE
FILE
36-79
MR  A.W.   TENNANT
TRAVELLING   AUDITOR,
VAiiCQUVER,   B.C.
DEAR SIR:
RE   AMERICAN  MAIL  LINE
IN  REPLY  TO  YOURS  OF  THE   28TH.      I   CALLED  ON  THE   ACCOUNTANT,
MR  MCCORMACK,   TODAY   AND  HE   STATES  THAT WHILE   THEY  HAVE   CANADIAN
NATIONAL BILLS  TOTALLING   $1108.73   APPLICABLE  TO  THE   S.S,   PRESIDENT
GRANT  34E,   THEY  HAVE  NOT  YET  PAID  SAME  ALTHOUGH THE  BILLS  HAVE  BEEN
APPROVED   FOR   PAYMENT.      I   ASKED  WHEN  HE   THOUGHT   PAYMENT WOULD BE   MADE
AND  HE   SAID  THAT   FUNDS   SHOULD  BE   AVAILABLE   IN   ABOUT  A  MONTH.     HE  ALSO
DISCLOSED  THAT   HIS  COMPANY  HAD  PAID  THE- C.N.R.   $2103.39  A/.C   S.S.   PRES.
MCKINLEY,   ON  APRIL  13TH.     YOU WILL NOTjCE   IN  MY WEEKLY   STATEMENTS  TO
YOU  THAT   I   AM  o/S  $798.43  ON  THAT  SHIPg
THE   C.N.R.  WAYBILLS   COVERING  THE   AMOUNT  OF  $1108.73   ARE   NO'S*
1799  TO  1803   OF MAR.   20/36.     HE DID  NOT  HAVE   ANY  AMOUNT   LIKE  $1113.83.
HE  WANTS  TO  CLEAR  UP  ABOUT  $849.27 WITH  ME  AND  USE   UP  THE  TWO
ITEMS  OF  $29.00  ON  HIS  BILL #67-312  AND  $816.33   A/C  ADVANCES  DUE  THE
P/JACKSON 34E,   BUT   IS  MAKING   UP  SOME   SORT   OF  A   STATEMENT WHICH  HE WILL
MAIL ME  TONIGHT  SHOWING  PARTICULARS   OF THE   $849.27 THAT  HE WANTS  TO
DISPOSE  OF.      PROVIDING   I   CAN   PLACE   IT  MAY   I   GO  AHEAD   AND  MAKE   UP  A
NET   SETTLEMENT  OR  HAD   I   BETTER WAIT  UNTIL YOU  HAVE   AN  OPPORTUNITY  OF
FINDING  OU*   ABOUT THE  $2103.39 WHICH   APPARENTLY WILL HAVE   SOME   EFFECT
ON  MY  0/S   OF  $798.43  ALTHOUGH  FROM THE   AMOUNT  OF  SAME   IT   LOOKS  AS   IF
IT  WILL CONCERN  A  MORE   RECENT  TRIP  OF  THE  MCKINLEY.     THE  BORDER   LINE
HANDLED  HER  CARGO,    I   BELIEVE.     FROM THE  MANY   SHEETS  OF  RECORDS   LOOKED
AT  BY MR  MCCORMACK,    I   FOUND   IT  VERY  HARD  TO  UNDERSTAND  JUST  WHAT  HE
WAS  TRYING  TO  GET  AT.     PERHAPS  THE   STATEMENT  THAT   HE  WILL MAIL ME
TONIGHT WI EL HELP MATTERS  OUT,
YOURS  VERY TRULY,
WHARF   AGENT. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE   OR   CLAlff3839Q    HSH/d1 "
Victoria Wharf^ B* C,
April 25th/36*
FORM 103
Mr. A. W. Tennant,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B* G#
Dear Sir :-
For- your information we have received
no further payment from the American Mail Line*
On telephoning them this morning,
received the usual reply that they expected
remittance up within the next few days*
We have another shipment due next
Wedneadayfjwhich I presume you are aware*
Yours faithfully,
t^^W^
Agent, I   Mil
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DEPARTMENT  OF   COMMERCE
BUREAU    OF    NAVIGATION
OATH OF MASTER TO MANIFEST ON CLEARING OUTWARD
(R. S. 3986, 3987, 3993, 4198)
No.-
OUTWARD   FORF_GN
MANIFEST
District of :	
Port of ■ • •	
j of the
1 (Master or commander)
 , bound from the Port of
(Nationality, rig and name of vessel
    to   	
do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the Manifest of the Cargo on board the
above-named vessel, now delivered by me to the Collector of this Port, and subscribed
with my name, contains, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, a full,
just, and true account of all the goods, wares, and merchandise now actually laden on
board the said vessel, and of the value thereof, and the foreign places or countries in
which the same are truly intended to be landed, and if any other goods, wares, or
merchandise shall be laden or put on board the said vessel previous to her departure
from this Port, I will immediately report the same to the said Collector, I do also
swear that I verily believe that the duties on all foreign merchandise therein specified have been paid or secured according to law, and that no part thereof is intended
to be relanded within the United States; and that if by distress or other unavoidable
accident it shall become necessary to reland the same, 1 will forthwith make a
just and true report thereof to the Collector of Customs of the District wherein such
distress or accident may happen. And said cargo is truly intended to be landed at
the place named in this manifest.    So help me God.
I do further swear that I have not received on board the above-named vessel, and
have not under my care or within my control, and that I will not receive and convey,
any letters or letter packets, addressed to any foreign country, which have not been
delivered to me from the Post Office, except such as relate to the cargo, and are addressed to the owner or consignee of said vessel, or such as are inclosed in a United
States stamped envelope of a denomination sufficient in amount to cover the United
States postage legally chargeable thereon, if the same had been posted and transmitted
by the regular mail. I, Master of the within named vessel do certify that to the best of my knowledge
and belief, the provisions of the Seaman's Act of March 4, 1915, have been fully complied with.
Master.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this day
of , 19 	
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W. D. NEIL, Genera   Manager of Communications   Montreal,
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VanceuYtr,  B.C.  April  20thf,1936.
.   Amu®,   Tj*qt#
Auditor of Ag®miwn9
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^ear par:-
Seattle viiarf S/fort#13.16 b/s, r>tc .31tt/38_
Advancea  dut American Mall T_int«	
xnm enclosure* art telf^txplanatyry and I prtaumt that
you have nt tbjtctitat  to' ray having aut>io ri_s#d / £® ^i4}ly tiM
alMtTV in our recant adjustment with tht American        |   T.int,  as p^r
hie B/shaal April vtu
I  think it wuuld bt attrita^it to placa smi in a ptaltilM*
tt-apply any credits  in cun->tcti©n with our 9tt$T%$ *•  redact  tht o/s
accounts   a* airttt  tVat  m f$   end y^u nay With *• .»•  adriat Ufi
Andtrt^a*
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X • _fk# tricouvtr,  I-.Ct  April  20th, 1936,
•     .  Ft ward, lsqft
Victoria Wharf A^snt*
T-tar sir:-
Kt o/s.  American Mail Lins,,
Ktftrrinr  Id CM** i^arar:raph sty lsttsr April 4th,   •
Tht audit staff of tht A. K.Lint at B tat tit apparently
nisl@d ni rtgardilg Victsria accounts btiag handltd at San Francises.
Wtm    ''c'Tab now informs ria that such accounts art bsiitg handlsd at
F. tat Us,
I nuts that your application tf #1364.02 clears only
a part tf stTural waybills  #n ledgsr ace cunt,   and in soma instances
ths paymsnt txcssda ths anount you ars outstanding trtiidl items  should
in rtality ht placed at %/Tir.  fur adj us tat at. TUd tht aiplicatioa sf
such eaeh clear up individual shipmtats on tW waybills,  ieairxng
Sth#f ladings  Still   ...npaid?
pt#f tf aspens* hills,  Central Agent cannot
arriTt at  tht tru* situatioa,  and I ftar wt will bt a bad moss whsa
further entqua* arrxYt xn paym*at nf outstanding; balances•
Jfam Shtuld taks up wxth ?rr.  Allan and its  if yau cam
Its at just vn&t  itssia wn.ro paid and maks a ttattmatt of any
itarns that w#rs short paid ir overpaid,  tthenrisa wt will not knew
st whtrt wt stand rtrardin^ euch differences*
Yours  truly,
T.A. Vancauir®r, B.C.  April 18tJ_, 1936.
Arx-m.Stt.*
Auditer ff Agencies*
mentreal.
Dear sir:*
American Mail Lia® Outstanding*
Seattle Wharf & Victerla *-__-_».,
Baferriag t® wires exchanged ISth amd ay further wirt
•f date.
Mr. M®*js_i wat in Seattle an 16th __ 17th presaiag ftr
r«ductitm tf autstandtng aeeaunta _mft was preaisad a subetaatiil
p«*r__®at on acceuat.  Seattle Wkarf Ageat advised m® sn th® 17t__ that
he had received chef®* ftr #3666.44,  which paid December '.th ledger
acctunt in full,
Mr.Mc-Tah wat shewn wires exchanged April End and 11th
hetween aur vioa-Prasidant, Mr. Unwin,  and tha American Mail lima,
and tha fermer'stated that ha weuld b® cempelled ta rafus® tha granting
af further eradii. Hewever,  th® American Mall Line' Auditer suggested
that payment aad® by thea b© applied ta reduc® aid acceunt®,  inataad
af applying aa eaah payments againat current transactien®, Mr. Mctfab
presumed that this weuld be satisfactery previded payment® aad® wculd,
at least,  equal current prepaid® and net increase eur eutstanding®.
A® briefly stated in ay wir® date, 0/S created SeaUl®
April 7tfe a/c  "President Jeffersea" tetalled #1963.96, aad #lo_«._5
at Vieteria Wharf April 14th a/e "President Jacks®®". Payment aad® ta
17th therefer® resulted in a n®t reduetiea in o/g ef #76.94, and
acceunta at 17th stand aa fellcw®.-
0/s Seattl® #4174.30
T,e»® 1115,83
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Lee®
TOS.4?
167.01
*•* Balance 2861..4
Yicteria q/89241.44
Tatai    # imwnr
iaelud®# raattl® l/A M_u..Ma®t (Pt #1679 .46$, bat
aTailabl® at „y_.r.Vane-uvar and C.-J.R.  adviaad tt
cell eat direct fram the American Kail lia®.
credit® aTailabl® fer adjus tm®a* with A._f.__ia®,
as aetvlsad by raattl® Wharf Agaat.
credit available iar.nt® D/S 106 Mar©** 140_,  which
Seattle Ageat everte-ked.
Uverdu® acceuat® # 697.99 current accaunts #1963.•§
#7611.89 .. #1623.6$ # 2. B.  Arnum, i®q.f
My wir® stated that present o/s was #12300.00. Df®.
du® te th® abev® credit® available, which I did net censlder necessary
te mentiea and taking inte oensideratien that we are still O/s absut
#90. at-Vaaeeuver Wharf a/c items under cerraspendence.
X have instructed Agents Vict.rife and Beattie te advie®
ra® weekly as ta any payment® er increase in o/s., sa that I will b®
in a pesltita ta preraptly advie® tituatlen whan next eteeaer ia abeut
du®.
I might, l--©«avart paint eat that it is impeeaibl® ta
make an intelligent estimate as te th® o/i that will be created en aa
incemlng earge, Wirel®®® advie® enly cevert the number ef bale® ef silk
and the gr®a® tannage ef everlaad carg®,  and in th® abaaene* ef
further detail it i® enly a guea® m *• the net result ef settlement
ef a steamer's carg®. Far exaapl®;  it was estimated that th® o/$
acceunt ef "President Jacksea" April 14th weuld b® less thaa #1000.00,
but the net tetalled #1628.55.
Altheugh the audit staff ef the Amaricaa Mail Lia®
definitely advised me that acceunt® cevering carge discharged Victeria
wer® handled by their Sim Francisc® Of fie®, Mr. McNak tells __• that
such acceunt® ar® passed thr.ugh the Seattle Offic® and payment© mad®
•rem that effie®,
Yeurs truly,
X.A. W 7
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
RAILWAY   TELEGRAM
FORM 167
W. D. NEIL, Genera   Manager of Communications   Montreal.
(Printed in Canada)
TIME FILED
CHECK
Vaneanvar, v.c* April 18th, 19m*
.  Arnum
ntreal,
• - </ y        t
ID 20« Paynent pou..,d pasted peuting pesti^ posed mad®
yesterday Gleeful clearing pretend prayer acceunt which axeeede new
plight created acceunt laet twe sympt®na ®f peund peat&ge pawarfal
* v v
pasitiT® pee®* present flight patency prairi® pessea® practice pesed
after allewiag f®r p®tat®# practic® pettsg® pes«d billed dir«et by
pamper. Accounts now penny pewer peatar pracsic® passing pese* current
peuad peatag® pewerfm pealtiv® pesad. S®a number wir® data ©award.
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Inter-depap^ment
Correspondence
Form   lOI
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE
36-79
APRIL 18, 1936
MR. A. W. TENNANT
TRAVELLING AUDITOR
VANCOUVER, B. C.
DEAR S!
R:
REFERRING TO YOUR MEMORANDUM OF APRIL 17TH REGARDING
AMERICAN MAIL LINE.
I DISCOVERED YESTERDAY THAT I HAD OVERLOOKED THE ITEM
OF |29.00 AND I ALSO WROTE YOU ADVISING THAT MR. INNES
HAD AT LAST GIVEN ME INFORMATION REGARDING THE ITEM OF
$403.44, AND I ALSO WROTE YOU SEPARATELY ADVISING THAT
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON THE AMERICAN MAIL LINE GAVE ME A CHECK
FOR $3,668,44.
i WILL HAVE MY NEXT REPORT TO YOU THIS COMING WEEK MADE
UP TO COVER ALL ITEMS CORRECTLY AND WILL NOT MAKE ANY KIND
OF SETTLEMENT WITH THE AMERICAN MAIL LINE UNTIL YOU OR
MR. ARNUM'S OFFICE INSTRUCT ME TO DO SO, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER
THEY GIVE ME ANY MORE CHECKS OR NOT.
VERY TRULY YOURS,
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FILE
36-79
APRIL  17,   1936
MR. A. W. TENNANT
TRAVELLING AUDITOR
VANCOUVER, B. C.
DEAR SIR;
AMERICAN MAIL  LINE  OUTSTANDING
REFERRING TO
AMOUNTS DUE US BY
MAIL LINE BY US.
MY LETTER TO
THE      AN
YOU YESTERDAY
MAIL LINE AND
LI ST ING
DUE THE
VARIOUS
AMERICAN
THE ITEM
STATEMENT AS
WHICH I ASKED
OF $403.44 SHOULD BE ELIMINATED FROM THAT
HAVE TODAY RECEIVED A STATEMENT FROM MR. INNES.
FOR, AND THIS SHOWS THAT THE AMOUNT OF S4Q3.44
COVERS RAIL CHARGES DUE THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RA
PPO WAYBILL READ THAT THE PPO
VANCOUVER
/HARF'S
LWAY COMPANY.
WAS "TO COVER
RAIL CHARGES ON SH
FORWARDED OVERLAND
THIS JUST WHAT WAS
PROBABLY AN EXCESS
BY ME.
iPMENTS EX S.S. "PRESIDENT JEFFERSON", V.60-E.
FROM SEATTLE.7'  I COULD NOT TELL FROM
MEANT AND WAS UNDER THE IMPRESSION THAT
JNT HAD BEEN SENT TO VANCOUVER AS PREPAID
THIS WILL NOW ELIMINATE $403.44 FROM THAT DUE THE AMERICAN
IL LINE MAKING THE AMOUNT READ $167.33 INSTEAD OF $370.97 AND
LEAVING A BALANCE DUE THE C. P. R. OF $7842.74 INSTEAD OF
S7439.3O.
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VERY TRULY YOURS,
AGENT Printed in Canada
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
I0RA   STREET  TERMINAL,   SEATTLE,   WASHINGTON,   APRIL  17,   19^6
Inter* Department
correspondence
FILE
36-79
MR A.W. TENNANT
TRAVELLING AUDITOR,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
DEAR SIR:-
RE AMERICAN MAIL LINE
FURTHER TO MINE YESTERDAY AND EARLIER TODAY.  I RECEIVED
A CHEQUE THIS AFTERNOON IN AMOUNT OF $3668.44 WHICH CLEARS THE
FIRST ITEM LISTED FROM MY OUTSTANDINGS.
YOURS VERY TRULY,
WHARF AGENT. CANADIAN
wPACIFIC
CANADIAN  PACIFIC
TELEG
CD. IR
This is a full-rate Telegram or Cablegram unless otherwise # indicated by
signal in the check or in the address.
RAPHS
MONEY TRANSFERRED
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YOUR  FIGURES SHOULD BE   LESS  TORONTO PPO
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^ LENORA   STREET  TERMINAL,   SEATTLE,   WASH.
reH'DlPAMMENT
CORRESPO^^BENCE F,LE
36-79
APRIL  16,   1536
MR.   A.   W.   TENNANT
TRAVELLING   AUDITOR
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
AMERICAN  MAIL  LINE  0/S
DEAR   SIR: ~"
AS  REQUESTED   IN  YOURS  OF   APRIL  13TH,    I   HAVE   ATTACHED
HEREWITH   A   STATEMENT   COVERING  MY   OUTSTANDINGS  TO  DATE
TOTALLING   S8,010.27,   ALSO   STATEMENT   OF   AVAILABLE   CREDITS
FOR  THE   AMERICAN  MAIL   LINE  TOTALLING  $.570.97.     HO   PAYMENTS
OR   SETTLEMENTS  OF   ANY   KIND  HAVE  BEEN  MADE  BY  ME   SINCE  THE
DAY   YOU WERE  HERE.
I   WILL  SEND  YOU WEEKLY   A   SIMILAR   STATEMENT  MADE   UP
ON  WEDNESDAY   AS  REQUESTED.
f   MAY   SAY  THAT   THE   ITEMS  MARKED   A.   B.   C.   AND  D..COVER
AMOUNTS   RETURNED  TO  ME   UNDER   PPO WAYBILLS  FROM  VANCOUVER
WHARF,   REFERENCE  TO   SAME  BEING   NOTED  ON  THE   FOOT   OF   THE
STATEMENT.      THE   LAST   AMOUNT   IN  PARTICULAR  OF  $403.44   IS
BEING   HELD   AT   DEBIT  BY  ME  OWING  TO  THE   FACT   THAT   I   HAVE
NO   INFORMATION  FROM  VANCOUVER  WHARF  AS  TO  HOW   IT   IS  TO  BE
APPLIED   ALTHOUGH  MR.    INNES*  WAYBILL   8865   OF   APRIL  7TH
SHOWED  THAT   A   STATEMENT WAS   ATTACHED,   AND   I   WROTE   HIM  ON
APRIL 10TH   AND  14TH  POINTING   OUT  THAT  THE   STATEMENT  WAS
NOT   ATTACHED   AND   REQUESTED  HIM TO   KINDLY   FAVOR  ME WITH
PARTICULARS.      NO  DOUBT  THIS   INFORMATION WILL  BE   FORTHCOMING   IN  DUE  COURSE.
AMA/MF /    r AGENT
EMC. 11-16-35    16607
OUTWARD FOREIGN MANIFEST
IReport anb Manifest of tbe Cargo Laden at the Port of , on board the
Form 2103
7a..
100
 Tons,    whereof is Master
botTnd for 193	
No. 1 No. 2 No. 3
No. 4
No. 5
MARKS
NUMBERS
PACKAGES AND CONTENTS
Aii.3/.^
QUANTITIES
Lbs., Gallons,
Etc.
Value of Foreign Value of Foreign           Value of Foreign
Value of Foreign              Merchandise Merchandise Merchandise ON THE
Merchandise                      FROM NOT FROM BONDED PASSAGE (INTRANS-
FREE                    BONDED WARE- WAREHOUSE, which ITU) from one Foreign
HOUSE has paid duties           country to another
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DOMESTIC
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Department of Commerce
BUREAU   OF   NAVIGATION
OATH OF MASTER TO MANIFEST ON CLEARING OUTWARD
(R. S. 3986, 3987, 3993, 4198)
No.
OUTWARD   FORtSIGN
MANIFEST
District of	
Port of	
I,  of the
(Master or commander)
 , bound from the Port of
(Nationality, rig and name of vessel
 -     to • ••■{■■-
do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the Manifest of the Cargo on board the
above-named vessel, now delivered by me to the Collector of this Port, and subscribed
with my name, contains, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, a full,
just, and true account of all the goods, wares, and merchandise now actually laden on
board the said vessel, and of the value thereof, and the foreign places or countries in
which the same are truly intended to be landed, and if any other goods, wares, or
merchandise shall be laden or put on board the said vessel previous to her departure
from this Port, I will immediately report the same to the said Collector, I do also
swear that I verily believe that the duties on all foreign merchandise therein specified have been paid or secured according to law, and that no part thereof is intended
to be relanded within the United States; and that if by distress or other unavoidable
accident it shall become necessary to reland the same, 1 will forthwith make a
just and true report thereof to the Collector of Customs of the District wherein such
distress or accident may happen. And said cargo is truly intended to be landed at
the place named in this manifest.    So help me God.
I do further swear that I have not received on board the above-named vessel, and
have not under my care or within my control, and that I will not receive and convey,
any letters or letter packets, addressed to any foreign country, which have not been
delivered to me from the Post Office, except such as relate to the cargo, and are addressed to the owner or consignee of said vessel, or such as are inclosed in a United
States stamped envelope of a denomination sufficient in amount to cover the United
States postage legally chargeable thereon, if the same had been posted and transmitted
by the regular mail. I, Master of the within named vessel do certify that to the best of my knowledge
and belief, the provisions of the Seaman's Act of March 4, 1915, have been fully complied with.
Master.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this day
of , 19 	
Flag -
Rig
Name
Net Tonnage Tons
100
 • Master
For-
19..
Cargo Ballast
Passengers, No.
Deputy Collector.
\ Vanceurer, B.C. April l&th,1936.
A. M. Anderse*# Isq.,
Wharf Ageat, Seattle,
T>»ar Sirj-
Jtasrlcan Mail I»iae @/s»
0/S against A.M.L la* at March 31st tetalled #6046.32,
and I weuld ask yea tt adwli* hy return additional acceunt© against
th*m w/$* AprU 7th f |4th. Alee aay if any payment* made, aad what
credits yeu new hart awaiting next settlement with the®.
Pleaae adris* me weekly (say eyery Wednesday)  any
change ia acceunt*,  a* te whether any payment made er added 0/S it
ahalnet them.
X with te he kept petted ae te just hew we stand each
week*
Yeurs truly,
2. A. Vancouver, B.C. April ISth, 1936.
H. S. He ward, 2eq.f
Wharf Agent, Vieteria, B.C.
Bear sin-
Americaa Mail Lin® O/s,
It is my understanding that outstanding against
A.M.Lia* up te April 7th tetaie #7614.51. Alee that carg* discharged
Vieteria teday mx  ^/.Tackeea* is moving tenight, and it is estimated
thai increase te eur 0/S will he less than One Thousand Dollars,
Wire me temerrew the tetal o/s acceunt Jacksea carge,
and in future advise me weekly as to any change in their accounts.
That is, any payments that might he received en acceunt and any
Increase in accounts against them.
Yeurs truly,
i. A.
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FORM 167
RAILWAY   TELEGRAM
W. D. NEIL, Genera   Manager of Communications   Montreal.
(Printed in Canada)
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>uvar, B-C* April lStlit1956*
■jntraal.
1 D 20«  UadaratanA pra^aiti plight appmcimat^ly
pattagtft prairia pa&tag* practice p#iM l#a» patataa practice maittiaiUNt
«y lattar nMttflfe. 91   palmist rachtataor driiikafela kitaal t#day &n4
it is aatiantadl that inertana ia plight will ba Immm thm\ paaltias
pr&iria poaad,   am asking aaetrila ta adYiaa axaet paaitiam*
A. V.  famnaat MONEY TRANSFERRED
BY TELEGRAPH
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W. D. NEIL, General Manager of
Communications, Montreal,.
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BA MONTREAL QUE   15
A
A W TENNANT
TRAVELLING AUDITOR VANCOUVER
ORACLE  JOYFULLY YOUR MOSES ARID MIDWAY MANGLED ALIENAGE AND
ADVISE FULLY  SWEAT BEFORE  BALMY ORDAIN  SNEERING  REPLY 1  D 20
B ARNUM  U       m$
IIP Taaeower Wharf, April 4th, 1936*
W* 19550. £•
A. SC. Anderson, Bag,.,
Seattle
Toronto/Yokohama B/L 93 Ocean Prepaid ^9.00
Out "President grant" 55 West. Iforeh SStho
Sh© oeean charts to Yokohama B/L 93 ar* available
on Toronto Besit Sheet Io« 106 ityCfi Mareh 14th, 1b the amount
of |29#00« This will be required bj you when adjusting with
the Amerlean Mall Line*
/ \
L.
'iharf Agent,
A
ooo- A.Wo Tennant
Vancouver
oo«- B# Arnum, Esq,*,
Montreal*
4l w
lOuror,   B*0.   April  4th,  1956.
•a   Arnum,   S»qif
ditor of Aganaioo*
iontr^ai.
Doar sir**
-:~ '- B «
Vaneouror,
mi
~-s«
■' • ■- ? i
rtl  axchangod Parch 28th*
tlit abOTO mat tor with ifjr.   Ho
attlo Wharf Agoat wat piepacing
©fclrgi ii Ct#.Bly.   from 1
rpoo   lu   that 3
Or
nil way
Soattlo.
rt> that
: i o
•th, wt motlooA that
Oiiarg#t  on ATroricsa rail Lin
which roaultod in #ar promptly allcui*;-  oucJ
i^i our oot ttti  at fanfOUTOf and pilir
lho  Arerican Kail TinO Audit*
th©' CV^Bly.   were "bill c
included in ©ur gofcttl* Wharf A?ont'a  accounts  r^ainat  thoa.
I went  into   thxo  foatum with tho C •''•.*--*Agont horo and
found that did happoa in con Aa with I  ^x  thO*Protido»t
Hran^^ 10 attachoct copy oi     • $• 111^ 0 i^icvor to KT-*  x/inoo
Uooombor 11 tr. Iain*  the  | d thio lotttf* automatically
caacollod thoir account 12*09 at againat tho Jkm%ritm        iX Lint,
Wo" xrm^m%€ that  it wat  a now dtp&rturt,  gvr pr ig
beyond chargoa  commencing with cargo  %x tho  ^rooidomt Grant11,   and thai
prior to  tbat timo our ~ont had only pro^aid tho
lifhtorago chargoo.  I callod up our wharf accountant and re^uoatoA
1  to  choefe up tho "billing on proTlOUi  curry  and a&Yi^o  if bo^Qnd
-oa had b©$n pruYided.   Hi  ad1
had boon takon caro of on prOY*
had oirorlookod tha fact that,
billod with prepaid Ixfhtorago o:
providing for beyond CeW*Bf   rail
rllvv^d  ; 40.20  a/c  <
ttlomont with  thoa 7>ocombor
oA Bo«e7tli #4C ?   (which (I
Wo aloo allofeod tho C*Y*£U #1333
fc. , art of ioattlo iharf 0/S 1
ftPrtsid^nt Jafffcraon*
1 i
ua that
■
/ tho lightsrago
.co  found that ho
111
wa§  ^r-tf iualljr
a PPO way
bil]
„ had followed
; ■ -.
.It wat   that 1
ox *1
hioh farm
;art  Of Soattli
r.*; ■-,   77
* v/e* April ?th} a
:   ;, -   .    1 -
ry 21a t,  fehich
JLw W ■     «»wi'V>
:      '   /           -        -                 '   -i-      -         - 3
2.      . 1,,
-  . .   •
that
Aa  briefly adYiaod ^$u in
y's £-1115.83 part of hi*  0/
teoiiYOi
tho Aperies
hut   ii*
til wo- hare actually
I iaof ri: a l at tor re
ii both the O.P.i
only one roapanj
wiro Harcb
h  £ltt |
hut Vancouvor Wharf Agont I
rroa providod waa dn^ to ar
oattl* Agomi and that thoy
uch charges,
ay OYO he obligod to
imo  thia amount will  not l«
ctsd Qur "arch List account rtvm tho
und^ratand tht situation £,n& know that|
,   ,1.   haYO billod thoa,   thxa account ia
th, goattlo
79*45 a/c  car.|
Yiaod tho
r in
it look to
ftttlo  oil*
^d ti
.  I  found that so attlo ''harf Agont haa alwaya provided
>aid beyond?        Sh roaultedl in'our aottlii . &♦#•
'ore wa re©*Y»r*§ from tho A.-.Line.  On tho Other hand,Victoria
-ent haa niiY#r rwen xvjcueated to prepay ths t.#.R.   rail chargoa
O.P.B.   ©wrland
for collection c
disc'* d a
iir n
I migl
.,■«:,  <.    ;    y,
in tho fccttloment of chargoa o?
&uLula on all carpo diaei
•he* I called o?
definitely made cloar that  thoj
_pany any worth v*\,iie amount
that at pcattlf wo war® o/s $1C
i aunt*  againat u&   i ling |
of a few Hundred ^ollara would
Al*o  that WO had old accounta  b
and auprooting  that thiae bo cl
and I want in 1  accounta wj
■:o attached statement
arod old accounto at tla total
all   a^ounta  available settlement
of #422.42*
-,oua e&all  iteae,   a
filing #120.46  haVo  | k into
S«w*Bi ire#i wxth thO A.;h".Line
ii® that  tho accobntfe  ceYerir:-.. ^e
iandled I 'h tho Pacific r hip Agont
■ nta to hit nci.&co Offico &nd
ino Seattle aro  att interested
7 carpo discharged at Victoria,  but thoy
*-»tlO. *
i on  tho Auditor at ^eattlo  it was t^»i^dl
;hey wort not xn a position t f vur
int to ciwur our acoouato*  1 i out
$10205.52 araxnat  thea,   and  that  thajf had
^eeted that tho payment
*ble me to  clear up a bad meat.
/ancouYor ar ing to about $700.00
tod up.  Tho Auditor agreed ^o thit
hia  ataff.
id men©*,  will  ahow that wo
ag #4081.25,   &nd   c.hat 1 adjuati
It  co; Lag tho differed
^rhsd wharfage,
LI 7th for cloara ■
7
aa  authorised by Ur*
@se will be
d by the AJ .Line,   with the exception
Of #29.00 ocean charges due  their
n our Toronto X/X lli     -:,ve now been
a that amount waa available, hut
•a since found t   i      oront
106 March 14th eevoifia.       ia  ia being
old i          stance until  |.   ,Line
3 eur Jy®c©xrirer <Qxai? account* SwDociifii
4, \J   Um          «»   ^mmimSm          m. JW    \* **            UiiW W
,le ia  now
- confined to  three accounts,   1
046.3&,  and I ti              .t yeu
1 i 3                t 'TAVA    Tr°                                             "1     1** "1 42 F* If* lg lH
iti   I  found that         • tie Wharf
ni;         aaa - total flfc&.fcS <*  account
tily. |  but          '-.t xa  not-              .g PPO
.,nt* rrc:.
A.< .Line.  Theae items are all cove
red b-/  files  '                            xth the
CUJF.il .        1                                h Vancouvt*
:,arf Ar^nt  fa? 0                       at
reattle,  i wiahed ti         e theae co.
txons a natter betwa&a the C.U.R.
turned ov^r te r.P.li. at Seattle
aey had approved             nto  and
credited euj                       $ any c^
r?e v-ould          a them to re-conatruct
its.  I diacusa©€l
ru$* that
we should follow           -*d eettle 1
VI Hm  vhtsn  the monev ha^a b&t*n
ally paid te ua.               rt  had :
!0  iterne 1 could
no   doubt  hHYO had  the A.'
Ludo        sheque obtained           tiiaa
on tho  2nd.
(
will note that  items          lling
xve*   wnf«i~j»  u/o,               7xng ^1»x"«wi#.
..91  • r©  *till under dispute»  end
I have diacuaaed theae with Per<
reight Ajant                                       ir
placing xn line fur collection i
1 direction.  |&e A.l,-.L«*ae A**d.*tor
handed me approved accounta  for th«
i balance of #t>21.75 with a letter
in* true ting  ih^xr Va,ncuu\ «yr Agent *
to a31 tie *aaO.   -          I waa handed
Vancouver wharf Agent ym
claar t-          -dd itosaa.
Our dio         -!^ne  *
Seattle develoied the ract that 0!
VancouYOr Wharf should noi be 0/
swiy E          ^a  nnd that n^J*££*uft**
.neouver.   fhe yaZJSf^haa  now
should be rendered the A. '.Lxne
cted that an^  amount du<
1 from the Jul *£$ne on Victoria
dl                  --ouid he cleared bj
•ur Victoria Agent
;id the latter Ap'Ont will  bill   tho
T i.vifi      a w\<
in connecx#xon with if!©attie dxacharj
tf'.te be                                   -jattl* riiarf
-A th© latter "bill  th.   y
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
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A. M# Asdeirsaa,   «-■-.,
toaitic , up ' •
Befcrrin;; I el ling Auditor A* f* Somtsat**
diaeussiom with yeu to Seattle this week in oaa&oetiea with
frliiUftg prepaid eh: rges "beyond* on te.fcic fannied feei tor the
■ for lighterage to ^mm^wmr win the B.U.C.SU
yeu are ht-.^o' \ratTie by the Mm?±^m
>.ail Mrw ok which t&ey rro paying ua tbe li^hter*^ to Vaw
cougar and sueh traffic is routed from Yn&eowrer via Ml Ctoad-
ian H&tlonia* afoould only prepay the mmmM of Ml li/'ivtor*
age end not Ae Canndien KettoftftJ jiM beyond $i r.
I i:w«* this 1 ttOd Oaruulioii Peelfle fri. motive)*
will require, hoeever, to prepay the ti.. s#    In
"ic routed tienadian Ifations* ■
[onai wJU to sdfMi fcha
American Mail .Li^:   -ireet*
la f&e ®mm of say V -jh by
the MmBXizm    oil *&*& for /if-taiinn by the so Yajaoourea',
thence u-*nait os •. terete ia due tmm
the Canadian uf it Mil il MOSS NHQ NK» tl ft ill
yrejitid if the Jynnrieen &&11 Lino <£eliva&
yon tu© trf-iVlc on this tmaia*
CO   Agent, Vaneouver Wharf
GC   Mr. A.w,!Eatanant CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FORM 167
RAILWAY   TELEGRAM
W. D. NEIL, Genera   Manager of Communications   Montreal.
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Vancouver,     »9,   A^ril  2mdfl#3i<
Armw
entreal.
Pimple Collected: Peeisxem Prairie loured FeaeifelJ
toted and allowed all available credita &le#fui  te
reduce Flight that office Phlegm tomerr+v.
AeW.iemnant. RECEIVED AT
414 UNION ST
TEL MAIN 2043
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care   E   M  PHELPS   CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY   CO   562
STUART   BLDG=~"
PREPAID  OCEAN   CHARGES   TWENTY   NINE   DOLLARS   TORONTO   BLADING
53   COVERED   BY   TORONTO   DEBIT   SHEET   106  MARCH   14TH   CREDITED
VANCOUVER  WHARF   AGENT=
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Telephone Your Telegrams to T08tat TiUgvapb ■7*
LENORA   STREET TERMfNAL,   SEATTLE,   WASH,
APRIL 1,   1936
RUSH
MR.   A.  M.   INNES
WHARF FRT.   AGENT
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.   f
ATTENTION - MR. jfeltKUP
TORONTO/YOKOHAMA B/L 9J  OCEAN  PREPAID $29.00
OUT "PRESIDENT GRANT*  33 WEST,   MARCH 28TH
DEAR  SIR:
PLEASE LOOK UP YOUR RECORDS AND SEE IF YOU CAN LOCATE
A DEBIT SHEET OR EXCESS PREPAID FOR $29.00 THAT IS AVAILABLE
FOR THE CREDIT OF SEATTLE.  IF SO, WRITE MR. ANDERSON THE
USUAL AUTHORITY TO USE, AND PLEASE RUSH REPLY.
VERY TRMLY YOURS,
A'/T/MF
TRAVELLING  AUDITOR rORH   103       (TBI
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
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FILE   OR   CLAIM
victoria Iharf, B.C. April 1st 1936*  HSH
A.  W. Tennant, Ssq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Seattle, Wash.
Dear Sir:-
Keferring to yours of March 31st.  I am
returning Credit Accounts, .American Mail Line. We hare
been endeavoring all day to balance the payment of $1364.02,
but so far have been unable to do so, the personal figures
totalling $1190.65, a difference of fl?3*37*
The American Mail Line does not show just what
items -were covered by their payment #1364.02, however, the
original Ledger sheet, as rendered to them, called for an
amount of f4734.?9. "Vancouver Wharf waybill 3042 Feb.6th.,
gave us $267.20,  .l8j2r too much, and $267.02 was applied
on the amount, leaving $4467.77* which, less their payment
#1364.02 made 13103.75*
We have PPOs for $183.32 to apply against the
amount shown due on waybill 462, and a further credit for
Vancouver Wharf waybill 6606 of .20^, making the net balance
12920.23.
If, as I take it, you are to call on this firm,
possibly they can advise you in detail as to what items their
$1364.02 covers.  I regret I cannot do better with the time
available.
¥ours
Encl.
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I am ancltting ea^y tf j'^ur Th/lk .Slat,  and wt hava
patttd all Ff© credits againat thit account.  Pltaat paat £*%& paymtjtt
af |1364.02 i.e.27 ?;*reh f7t& agaia*t tha variras waybill timm luting
ont af the blank eolusma  ftr tha purptst),  tt  that I can arriva at
•xoctly what mmk** izy tha prattnt j/g balaact tf #2tS0.23.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
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FORM 167
W. D. NEIL, Genera   Manager of Communications   Mootreai.
(Printed in Canada)
TIME FILED
CHECK
Vane our ar,
Axnuai,
irefc 2ath, 1936.
Montrealt
1 € 36.  Prior to Bocomoor SysqptoiB Maaglad only
■rizad Olssful ta Provincialism "ialarolcat-aga aad dealt direct
with PamjHsr coloring Bravado ©a sorrowed. Effoctivo Bacoabor first
thia Pladga tandarad a» Prsvidanca through cauaiag E««p«r Piston
Pound Position Practica Posod naw part our Gloeful Plight Protend
Prayar and Prafix. A furthar 1CDOQ0I Potata Practica Posad similarly
iavolvod Proaorvo Profix hut Pampar has h.aan advisod thia dua ta mrrmr
in billing and roguastiag thay fcill   -idway Manglad diraet. Situation
notiead whan discussing with fulllfy Prsvail but 01 earn failad ta
raaliaa rasult and taka up with that dapartaant far instructions.
Haa saw baam instructed ts daal enly with lalevel ent-age.  Am -ring
all necessary data ta go lata deacrepanciea claimed and Pisus Gleeful
Pratty er Prevail. Will advisa.
A.W.feasant CANADIAN
PACIFIC
MONEY TRANSFERRED
BY TELEGRAPH
CANADIAN   PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
DIRECT CONNECTION WITH
POSTAL TELEGRAPH  COMPANY
COMMERCIAL CABLES   -   -    IMPERIAL CABLES
CD.  IX
This is a full-rate Telegram or Cablegram unless otherwise indicated by
signal in the check or in the address.
TELEGRAM
CABLEGRAM
FULL RATE
FULL RATE
•
DAY LETTER
DL
CODE
CDE
NIGHT LETTER
NL
DEFERRED
LC
NIGHT
TELEGRAM
NM
NIGHT CABLE
LETTER
NLT
W. D. NEIL, General Manager of
Communications. Montreal.
STANDARD TIME
M48RA  8 43  RS
BA MONTREAL QUE  MARCH  28   1936
A  Mt TENNANT
TRAV  AUDITOR     VANCOUVER BC
SIMPLIFY  AUAX PREMIUM MCNAB8 TO       KIRKPATRICK   RE NOSTRIL GLEAN  SLEEPING
ftITH  ARID MIDWAY MANGLED PARTICULARLY    LOCATE PRODiGIOUS  WHY HAS NOSTRIL
CLYSTER BENIGHTED SLEEP  JUBILANTS WHY       HURRYING   ICONOCLAST PERMEATION
PAMPER COBBLER TO  CARRY PLIGHT OK  PAVING    GLEAM   IF NECESSARY  REPLY  \
C   36
B   ARNUM
919 AM C.N.R. 12
10-25
INTER-DEPARTMENTAL CORRESPONDENCE
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Printed  in Ca.mada
VaBOouYar.
B.C.
December 11 th    36
 : 19	
YOUR FILE
SUBJECT
OUR FILE
0-6100
Mr. A• ¥•  Innes,
Wharf freight Agent*
Canadian Pacific Ely*  COa,
Vancouver,  B.O.
Dear Sir,
"President Srant Dec./35oyy
I attach statement fl812.09
rail charges asseesed on shipments received from above
Steamer*    It is my understanding the American Mail Line
purpose making settlement with your Gon^pany at Seattle
and our credit would be available there*
In regard to your Pr®s. enumerated below included in your statement for period ending Dec. 14th the American Mail Line have charges available and after appropriating amount of your tolls Seattle
to Vancouver balance is due my Company in terms with figures recorded on our prepaid expense bills:-
12/431 a • #16.05
12/434..e>e>e«.«ee..a. 9.38
433  3,46
444  2#36
431.  16.05
438..  7.81
12/430 |10.04
12/435....   4.48
436   4,61
439   6.56
424   1.49
In regard to your Pro. 12/42©
total $10,51. This covers shipment ol Bayond Goods for whioh
the American Mail Line are liable and Hot my Company,
as possible.
CO/American Mail Line
Seattle, Wash.
(COPY)
Will you please advise as soon
Yours  trul  f
CAiUDIAfl  UAflOIAL RAILWAYS
A.   B.   DOUGLAS
Local freight Agent. r.
Printed in Canada
iNTER-DEPARTyf^T
CORRESPON DEMCE
#     •
Form   lOl
..CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
,LENORA   STREET  TERMINAL,   SEATTLE,   WASH.
FILE
36-79
MARCH  25,   1936
MR.   J.   G.   MCNAB
FOREIGN   FRT.   AGENT
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
SEATTLE WHARF  0/S   $10,205.52   A/C   AMERICAN  MAIL  LINE
DEAR  SIR:
AS  REQUESTED   IN  YOUR  TELEGRAM  TODAY   I   ATTACH  HEREWITH
A   STATEMENT   SHOWING  HOW  THE   ABOVE   AMOUNT   IS  MADE   UP.
ON  MARCH  7TH   I   MADE   UP   A   STATEMENT   COVERING  OUR   OUTSTANDINGS  UP  TO  THE  END   OF  THE   YEAR   1935   AND  ALSO   LISTED
SEVERAL  ACCOUNTS  THAT WE   OWED  THE   AMERICAN  MAIL  LINE,   BUT
SINCE  THAT  TIME   AND DURING  THE   PAST  TWO   OR  THREE  DAYS
I   HAVE  CANCELLED  NINE   ACCOUNTS  THAT  WERE   IN  THAT   LIST   OWING
FACT  THAT   IT  WAS   FOUND  THAT  WE   SHOULD  NOT   PAY  THEM..
CINAL  STATEMENT   SHOWED  A  TOTAL  OUTSTANDING  TO  THE
THE  YEAR  OF  $7,675.96,   AND THE   AMOUNT WE   OWED  THEM
I   MADE  THE   A30VE   MENTIONED  DEDUCT IONSTOTALLED
BALANCE  DUE  US  OF   $4,605.94.     THIS
TO  THE   AMERICAN  MAIL  LINE   ON
ANDERSON  REPLIED  ON  MARCH  11TH
HAD  BEEN   REFERRED  TO  THEIR   AUDITOR
AND   SAME   IS  NOW   HAVING   HIS  ATTENTION.
TO  THE
THE   OR
END  OF
BEFORE
$3,070.02,
STATEMENT
MARCH  7TH   AND
STATING  THAT
WH
WAS
CH   LEFT   A
SUBMITTED
MR.   E.   E.
THE  MATTER
I   HAVE   A   FEW  OTHER   ACCOUNTS   SINCE  THIS   STATEMENT WAS
MADE   UP  THAT   ARE  DUE  THE   AMERICAN  MAIL  LINE  BUT  THEY  DO  NOT
AMOUNT  TO  VERY  MUCH.
BY  TOMORROW   I   HOPE  TO  HAVE  THE   CANCELLED  ACCOUNTS
LINED  UP   AND  RETURNED  TO  THE   AMERICAN  MAIL  LINE,   ADVISING
THEM  OF  THE  REDUCTION,   AND   I   WILL   SEND   YOU   A   COPY   OF  MY
LETTER.
VERY  TfiULY   YOURS,
ama/mf
*AGENT 11-16-35    16607
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OUTWARD FOREIGN MANIFEST
IRepOt* anb.(lDarlllfe8t Of tbe Car0O Laden at the Port of j ,   on board the
Form 2103
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No. 1
No
MARKS
NUMBERS
PACKAGES AND CONTENTS
QUANTITIES
Lbs., Gallons,
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DOMESTIC Merchandise FROM NOT FROM BONDED PASSAGE (INTRANS-
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DEPARTMENT  OF   COMMERCE
BUREAU    OF    NAVIGATION
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OATH OF MASTER TO MANIFEST ON CLEARING OOTWARD
(R. S. 3986, 3987, 3993, 4198)
District of.
Port of
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(Master or commander)
(Nationality, rig and name of vessel
   of the
., bound from th 3 Fort of
to
do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the Manifest of the Cargo on bjoard the
above-named vessel, now delivered by me to the Collector of this Port, and piibscribed
with my name, contains, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, a full,
just, and true account of all the goods, wares, and merchandise now actually (laden on
board the said vessel, and of the value thereof, and the foreign places or countries in
which the same are truly intended to be landed, and if any other goods, fares, or
merchandise shall be laden or put on board the said vessel previous to her departure
from this Port, I will immediately report the same to the said Collector. I do also
swear that I verily believe that the duties on all foreign merchandise therein specified have been paid or secured according to law, and that no part thereof is Intended
to be relanded within the United States; and that if by distress or other unavoidable
accident it shall become necessary to reland the same, 1 will forthwith make a
just and true report thereof to the Collector of Customs of the District whetein such
distress or accident may happen. And said cargo is truly intended to be landed at
the place named in this manifest.    So help me God.
I do further swear that I have not received on board the above-named vessel, and
have not under my care or within my control, and that I will not receive and convey,
any letters or letter packets, addressed to any foreign country, which have ror been
delivered to me from the Post Office, except such as relate to the cargo, and are addressed to the owner or consignee of said vessel, or such as are inclosed in 3, United
States stamped envelope of a denomination sufficient in amount to cover th^ United
States postage legally chargeable thereon, if the same had been posted and transmitted
by the regular mail. I, Master of the within named vessel do certify that to the best of myfknowledge
and belief, the provisions of the Seaman's Act of March 4, 1915, have been fully complied with. I
No	
OUTWAFfQ   FOREIGN
MANIFEST   .
Flag	
Big -	
Name	
Net Tonnage Tons
100
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For-  - -	
    19	
Cargo Ballast
Passengers, No    	
Master.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
of , 19
day
Deputy Collector. Vancouver*,
^arch aStk,  1936.
.   Andortoit,   F$qut
larf Agffttj   s*attl*#
r Sir;-
Re AiBtrican Mail- Lin* o/Sa
i *sp*tt ty bi
our accounts with th* Auditor
PI east «-*t @ut
account* ii  ad¥i§*d Vr.  ¥cWab
at  3«attit V#dn*ad«y< morning  ta  di*cu*a
of  th*  A,¥.tin*.
all ytur fil*a  in th* order ©f ytmf o/s
a ftw dayfe agt,   **   tbat
I may ht  in a
ar* claiming
petition t* kntw full  particular*  tf all  account* ytu
a^aintt   that company.
I   no tic*  that yau adTii* Mr,   Mc'fab  that you now hav*
cr*dit*  amountin#  t©  apprtximattly |3300#   I already detailed #2757.1§
in my lttttr i* ytu tf ftbruary 28th,  and I with you wcmld male* a
similar gtattmant tf th* it*m* making up a furth*r |500#  or mar*,   i*
that  I can,   if n*e***ary,   int*lii.r*ntly di*cua* thi* with th#ir Audit* it
Any  information that will b* tf valut ti m* should b*
compiled ftr my u§# whtn gting int* ytur acctunt*,   but I do  not with
to  deal with it*m*  that ytu ar* trying t* ctll*ct  frtm th*a undar fil**
fr*m Yanc*uv*r Wharf,   uttl*** tuch amtunta  ar*  includtd in yaur o/s.
TH>  not und*r amy circuxBtta&o** waybill tr prtvidt rail
b*y*ad prtpaidi an any traffic  *x A.Matin* that xt  rtuttd Yia Ca¥aKlyt
Oonfin* ytur o/s  tt that tf light*rag* & t*rminal eharg** only and
caut* th* C.NaE.   t* dual  direet with  th* A.M.tin* for th*ir charg**#
This will plae* it tn th* prtptr bails,   a* wa* b*ing dtn* pritr tt
£-*c*mb*r lit*   If n*c*tsary t#  dt  ** tak* up with l#MtPh*lp*  for
iMtructitni  frtm th* Ftrtign prtight Dtpartmtmt *h*uld A,.W.Lin* wish
to  in*int on our acctiting *hipm*nt* CMaE-t  with btytmd oharg**
provid*d ftr.W* ar* already  saddlad with about #4100*   that *fc*uld b*
a colltctitia by  th* C.¥.R«,   ntt by u**
Ytur*  truly,
I .A, 7S
A-1445
Vancouver,  B.C. March 5th, 1936.
P,   Arnum,  Esq.,
Audit® r ef Age.ngias,
Montreal,
Pear sir,*-
Ra.   American Mail Lina
Referring ta y©ur lattar P«bruary 22nd.   alaa to your
wira 28th and my reply 29th regarding accounts with tha above s/s Lina
at Seattle, Vancouver & Victoria,
Tha enclosed copies ©f my letteri  28th to Agents, <? e^ ttl a
and Victoria,   and their repliaa  to same, will fully explain the
situation.  The outstanding accounta  againat the American Mail Li»af
ae  at February 21et,  were ae  fellows:*
and that credits
Vancouver Wharf
Victoria Wharf
Seattle Wharf
T® tal
available to apply totalled
# 1195.29
7694,88
8560,39
417*450,56"
| 2757.15
You will nets that all credits specified are applicable
to Seattle Wharf accounting,  and that that Agent haa now boon placed
in a position to ust such credits should ha affect a settlement of any
Of tha outstanding accounta due him from that fins.
I would explain that it has bean recently necessary
for the Traffic Department to divert certain traffic via Seattle and
American Mail Lina steamara,   and the prepaid ocean charges due tuat
line should he for settlement at Seattle,
It  is  fully understood that amounts due that S/S Lina
will ©nly ha allowed in settlements of accounta due froa them,
^o  doubt further credita will be due  the American Mail
Line when accounts "February 29th at Seattle Iharf have been clossd out.
Put as pointed out,  our outstanding accounts at Victoria will be
materially increased a/c carg©  now discharging at Victoria,
Yours  truly,
T.A. '   &fyj   CANADI
IC RAILWAY COMPANY
FORM 167
RAILWAY   TELEGRAM
W. D. NEIL, Genera   Manager of Communications   Montreal.
(Printed in Canada)
TIME FILED
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
A.A. 41
ACCOUNTING  DEPARTMENT
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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
AMOUNT
#
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,
on
Travelling Auditor
The amounts named above as being due to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, were unpaid
 193	 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FORM 167
RAILWAY   TELEGRAM
W. D. NEIL, Genera   Manager of Communications   Montreal.
(Printed in Canada)
TIME FILED
CHECK
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Vancouver,  B.0, IFsbruary t*t2»tfc/36.
Armas
•itreal,
4 » ?,  Orass  total pligbt at .February 21et wae appareatly
Pettery Prairie Feasibly Practice Pouring Poaed less ©red4t*
Pounce Pee tar Practice Pouring Poeter Poeed to &±i>ly 'il ieful
accouate.  Under*taad steamer arriTiag Knall Tuaeday will
materially increase amount due company,  HaTS taken up with
Areata te ceafim aad hava iastructed ra credits. Will write
Tuesday, A.W.feanast '
A-1445.
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nat available
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W. D. NEIL, General Manager of
Communications,  Montreal.
STANDARD  TIME
&AA137 70 ^ 3-
3A MONTREAL u 28
A W TENNANT
TRAVELLING AUDITOR 'VANCOUVER 80
MY LETTER TWENTY* SECOND AND  MR  INNES   LETTER TO ME DATED  TWENTY
FIRST AMERICAN     M^IL LINE OUTSTANDINGS  VANCOUVER AND  SEATT1,
WHARVES ARRANGE HAVE EACH AGENT  KEEP HIS ACCOUNTS SEPARATE EACH TO
APPLY ONLY AMOUNTS THAT ARE AVAILABLE   THEIR OwN ACCOUNTS DUE
AMERICAN MAIL LINE ON THEIR  RESPECTIVE  OUTSTANDINGS^ANY BALANCES
THEIR FAVOUR SHOULD BE HELD  'UNTIL FURTHER ADVISED   REPORT
PROMPTLY WHAT YOU HAVE  DONE   IN THE  MATTER 4 B   7
B ARNUM
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
JJ-£ FILE OR CLAIM A    1    i|    U     5 •
Montreal, Que* February 22nd. 19J6*
A. W. Tennant, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C,
American Mail Line, a/c
Seattle Wharf
Referring to your letter of February 8th.
to Mr. A.M. Anderson, with copy to me and your
footnote thereon.
Up to and including period ending February
7th. the firm owed #8,560.39.  Your action in
instructing Agent as you did would therefore appear
to be in order.
For your informstion,
my wire of January 27th. to Mr
would refer you to
Innes in which he
was instructed to withhold payment of amounts due
American Mail Line at Vancouver Wharf, to which
acknowledgment was received same date, as firm is
also behind in the paying of its
point•
accounts at that
Auditor of Agencies. A-473117
"aneouTer,  "B.C.   February 8th,  I936t
I .   Arnum,  l!tq##
Auditor of A*en€ie*f
^ontreml.
T>ear Sir:-
Seattle Tharfare Charge* cm £ iii j-Burnt*
covered h$ Fan Fr&nciECO Jails  of ladings
Further to my letter January 29th,
M   instructed in your wilt February  3rd I  hay*
authorized arent to  extend credit  to  the firm* mentioned in hit
letter of  January  28th#   ropy of my letter 4th attached herewith.
I   3X3 alt*  enclosing IFr.   Anderson11   reply of 30th to
my letter January  29th regarding  the  question of hit  obtaining
shipping  ira tructiont  covering; export  fchipmtmt*   tendered at hi*  dock*
Your*   trul^f
T • A# LENORA  STREET T             \L,
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RE                                         iF JANUARY'29   IN C
1  THANK YOU.
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PAY THE TERMINAL
LETTER OF JANUARY 2$
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IN THE PAST,AND NO DOUBT WILL EXPERIENCE IN THE FUTURE, WOULD BE AS
I HAVE ALREADY MENTIONED, TO HAVE THE PARTY OBTAINING THE BILL OF
LADING TAKE CARE OF ALL TERMINAL CHARGES.
I ATTACH A COPY OF MY LETTER OF JANUARY 28 TO YOU.
VERY TRULY YOURS,
AMA/MF
DUPLICATE
AGENT 1 w. wi 11
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BY TELEGRAPH
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gram    unless   otherwise   indicated
signal in the check or in the ad
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W. D. NEIL, General Manager of
Communications. Montreal.
STANDARD TIME
M37RA   B        1 4 RS
MONTREAL QUE FEB 3 1936
A  W TENNANT
TRA YELLING AUDITOR VANCOUVER     BC
YOURS  TWENTY  NINTH   INSTRUCT AGENT       SEATTLE WHARF TO ALLOW THE
CREDITS  4 B 1
B ARNUM
125PM V"
rf tv$*at, Seattle.
T^ar Fir:-
-il T.ina.
Referring  to  your l£Li€F 4th  ±n*t.>   fill  Jo«*t9
rr \ b r i <mt tl ti   (!ue  the etor«  ' i •. b b tf *
I  c
mm
I Tine  that  y#6  *r.v«* c*rU.in ntt  avallafel*  for kettlt^ent  *ith
+>.-»* ?   vvich  rill   tt . Meg ent  of   the
g  iceetmt*  dtti  fre«  M:ea9
xt sheet  raferrcrd to,   i »$&**  civ^i.labla  in
r ep fecial  Cafcitt,   can be allowed rhen they ^rm'xn a po&xvion to
lay  live  account*   thai   ] .ve  rendered i:raimt  thtau
ffct trnrs action* eat*, if necefcfrary,j be entered threu£fe
your charge audit hoofc &r\6 net settlement arrived nt *fcen they tender
cheque far balanea < i r rcsii-'&ny,
icur*.   truly t
.   Arnum,  I'aQtf
^o you. see  any objection*  to my  int truetmg agent aa
ahove.   At  you  ara a* art,   the American Kail Lina i*  vary slow in
payinp the account*   rendered again*t  thema   It happen*  that agent owe*
them tome connecting line charges  in a period when ha hat  no co?^ra
account,   and  I  ^r^mt that  it  ie  advisable  to  dafer payment  of such
untef
A.W.Tenmant W
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A-473117
Vancouver, B.C. January 29th, 1936.
P.   Arnum,  leq.t
Auditor of Agenciee,
Montreal.
Dear Sir:-
Seattle Wharfage Charge* on shipment*
covered hy San Francisco Bill* of lading.
fieferring to your letter January 3rd.
I am enclosing copy of Mr.KcftaVa A~80O84 January 13th
regarding a new regulation in respect to the collection of terminal
charge* at ^tattle. Ale a copy of mj letter 23 rd to Agent Seattle ?Taarf
and hi* reply of 28th, together with enclosure* he refer* to#
I discussed this new regulation with Mr. McUab some
da$r* ago, and he explained that it wa* not the intention to demand
that shipper* at San prancieco pay the Seattle terminal charge*, hut
it wa* hoped that they would do so in future and adjust with supplier*.
Owing to D.F.A. and Agent1* erroneous understanding as
to payment of terminals, the latter did not reply to my letter of 23rd
and I am asking him to advisa if a dock receipt is being duly issued
for all freight accepted in this connection.
In the meantime, he haa listed firm* that are not on his
credit liet, and it is important that he he promptly authorized to add
such firm* to his list, it would he advisable to grant a weekly credit
a* some firm* are not located in Seattle and it is doubtful if such
charge* can be collected within 48 hours from the Seattle firm*.
Agent will not be in a position to advise collection of
terminal charge*; unless the supplier i* on the credit list, or pays
cash, and such a situation would hold up delivery of Ba/X.at San
Francisco, It might therefore be advisable to wire me to instruct Agent,
to be followed up by your direct letter of authority to Mr.Anderson.
Mr. irc¥ab is writing Mr.Phelp* today, pointing out that
terminal chargea in many instance* will be collectable from the
supplier*.
As requested in your letter 3rd I am now enclosing
Mr. Anderson'* letter of December 7th.
Yours truly,
T.A. ?-33S0 SK
^
Vancouver, B.C.  January 25th,  1936.
A. M.  Inn**, Esq.f
1?harf Agsnt,
Vancouver,B.C.
^@ar sir:-
Storaga charge* on import shipment*       \
sub-delivered by broker*.
A* recently verbally instructed, it will be in order
for you to permit delivery and distribution of import shipment*
consigned care of Vancouver Brokerage Firm* without collection of
storage charge* at time each portion of shipment is being delivered.
Storage to be assessed when final delivery of the consignment is being
made, but you must see that the value of goods remaining in our
possession will fully cover all storage that may be due aginst the entiari
consignment, so that Printed in Canada
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Inter'Department
Correspondence
Form   IO!
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE
- 2 -
Please advise if this matter is now elear*
You might also mi& m9 to collate ay file, copy of your
letter of 4mmmrf 27th. referred to above*
FJ/M
to.
0*0* A# W« 3®nni33i7f W*%*0
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J.HS, M9NAB
ernoa, teq»,       FORBSN FREIGHT ASENI
I^ease §mA ne aopy of your letter of January 28th to Mi 3*zusutt9 file ->- W .aafi'"A» 34-^7
c»e* !>♦ 0* H*eSonaldy Ks^.9
I thl&k you nnleielewi tliat we would
wmh pa prefer to have teatataat aharges on eueh ship-
meats paM Tsy the hrostfcers in £to Ffcanoiseo* bat9 as
etafcet abow# ws eaimot deaoaft this9 especially.* a&^if
m did so, it would no doubt plaee me at a disadvantage
with our ao*|ietltor89 as I feel mmm they a^e woxkiag
oa the basis m*tllap>d ia ay letter to Mr* Phelps* Form   lOI
Printed in Canada
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Inter-Department
CORRESPON DENCE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE
0*80084
fanoouver*, B* G.9 *fttattt*jr 299 193#*
1* K* Ptos;pst 3s^.9
Mr* f&iuiant9 'fmwlling4*sditor9 tef^bova
ne eepy of your letter January 2?th. file 4>SSi-ilS^A9
also IT* Anderson*s letter Jamary 28th9 file 26-47 to
Ur* Semaaat regarding terminal charge* on eagport freight
forwax&ed frcm Seattle aeoount San franciaeo shippers.
!&are appears to be some mieunderetaodlng
in eoroneetioa with thie matter*    2be Paeifie iMeet&omni
Oonfei^eBee Una* hope to hairo ban Francisco shippers pay
terminal charges at in* franoisoo on my £rei{£it forwarded
for their account from other ports*    B>wevsr9. wa cannot
demanA that eneh temimal *h*jrg*i be paid in Ban Ffcaiw
Oiscof aad if the Smokers insist upon having Beet tie
^terminals paid "by suppliers9 we.sb&ll have to aeeept
shipments on thia "basie.
Int to be borne in mind, however,
i® that when this is done terminal charges mast he
paid in full before Bill of Lading is delivered to -.
per in Sm Franeleee.
I under* t:,.? id :*r.  Pennant ia endeavoring
to arrange to have oreflit accounts established at gi
for all regular suppliers, who are not now on the e-redit
list there.
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ObRRESPON DENCE
Form   lOI
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE
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Please advise if this matter is now clear.
Xoa hd^ac also send ne9 to eosiplete my file9 eopy of jour
letter of Jaanazy 2?tht referred to aliove*
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FOREIGN FREIGHT A
Please send na eopy of your lettnv of January 28th to Mr* Sennamt9 file 0» COP 100 iA* 36-^7
e*a* B* 0* Uao2k»nald9 1*%**
I thitt: you ■nieisli MS*! that we would
Mioh pot prefer to have terminal charge7. on suah ship**
neats paM ly the hroaSiers in &an »anciseo9 hatf a*
stated ahove9 we eannot demand this* espeeially^ as^if
ise did so9 it ^ould no douht piaee us at a tlisaS«vantage
with ®w? eonpetiters9 as I feel sure they are ws&ing
on the hasis outlined in my letter to Hr* Phelps*
/ Form   lOI
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Inter-Department
ITER-DEPA
Coiy^ESPON
DENCE
FILE
¥anoouver9 3* 0#9 January 2S9 19SS*
1* K* Fillips 9 lsq*t
Mr* ^namnt* travelling Aoii tor 9 haiL-shcwn
ne eopy of your letter *»maary 27th9 file t*-MS-3^&^A9
also Hr* An#ersoB*s letter January Bath* file 36-4? to
Mr* iennaat regarding terminal aharges on export freight
for^aried from Seattle aeeouat iian Iteoieiseo dippers*
2heri appears to he som ni sunder* taoilag
in eoanaetion with this matter*    9m Paeifie Wsstfeound
Conference lines hope to have San Frmmlmo shippers pay
terminal aharges at 3aa Kranoiseo on aay freight forwarded
for their aoeount tmm other pert**    i-toivevsr. we eansot
demand that sueh terminal ehargar^^i 'paid in &ap Fran-
cisoof and if the Brokers insist upon haalng battle
Seminal* paid ly supplierst we shall have to aeespt
shipments on this haais*
Int to he Taorm in all*!, however9
is that when this is done teminal ®$mrm® must be
paid in full before Mil of Lading is delivered to shipper in San Eranalseo*
I understand Hr* Semmnt is endeavoring
to arrange to have eredit aeoowite established at Seattle   ■
for all regular suppliers, who are Mt noir on the oreiit
list them* *
i CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LENORA STREET TERMINAL
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
JANUARY 28, 19J6
FILE 36-47
MR. A. W. TENNANT
TRAVELLING AUDITOR
VANCOUVER, B. C.
SEATTLE TERMINAL CHARGES ON SHIPMENTS COVERED BY SAN FRANCISCO BILLS
 OF_LADj.NG	
DEAR SIR':
REFERRING TO YOURS OF JANUARY 23. •
i
I HAVE PERSONALLY DISCUSSED THIS QUESTION WITH MR. PHELPS AND WE
ARE OF THE OPINION THAT THERE IS        UNDERSTAND ING IN CONNECTION
TH THE HANDLING OF'TERMINAL CHARGES ON THE ABOVE BILLS OF LADING
EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1.  MR. MCNAB WROTE MR. D. C. MACDONALD ON
DECEMBER 3 UNDER HIS FILE G-80084, POINTING OUT IN THE LAST PARAGRAPH
THAT IT SHOULD BE DISTINCTLY UNDERSTOOD THAT THE SHIPPER WHOSE
NAME APPEARS ON THE BILL OF LADING IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TERMINAL
CHARGES SHOULD ANY'DISPUTE ARISE IN REGA J) TO PAYMENT OF SUCH CHARGES.
I ALSO SAW A LETTER HE WROTE TO MR.' PHELPS WHICH CARRIED THE SAME
INFORMATION.  MR. PHELPS1 OFFICE IS THEREFORE SATISFIED THAT THESE
CHARGES SUCH AS WHARFAGE AND HANDLING WILL BE COLLECTED BY
MACDONALD FROM THE SHIPPERS ON SHIPMENTS SUPPLIED IN THIS TERRITORY
ACCOUNT SAN FRANCISCO FIRMS AND I ATTACH HEREWITH A COPY OF' M .
PHELPST LETTER TO      ACBONALD, -VH I CH HE WROTE YESTERDAY.
THE
IN ANY
PAST
EVENT
ILLS OF L
THE FOLLOW
COLLECTION
"CESSARY
NG FIRMS HAVE BEEN E
OF SEATTLE       ;E
AND THEY A       3N I
:FECTED DURING
IH   SAN FRANCISCO
W AUT     TD
:DIT LIST:-
REX FRUIT (     Y, SEATTLE, ON
APJLE GROWERS ASSOCIATION, HOOD.RIVER, 0 EGON
PERHAM FRUIT COMPANY, YAKIMA       IGTON
J. S. GERARD, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
U   PRATO COMPANY, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
ERIAL CANDY COMPANY, S'ATTLE, WASHINGTON CA' >AC I F I C   RA I LWAY  COMPANY
T-2  '
36-47
JAN.' 2 8
J. :REY,   SEATTLE,   WASHINGTON
R.   D.   BODLE,   SEATTLE,   WASHINGTON
SKINNER   AND  EDDY,   SEATTLE,   WASHINGTON
PACIFIC   COAST   CODFISH   C Y,   SEATTLE, ON
I   ATTACH  HEREWITH  FOR 'YOUR   INFORMATION   A   COPY  OF   /
LETTER  RECEIVED PERHA.
NOVEMBER   20,   1933.     YOU
EARS  TO   FIT   IN   VITH  THF TANDING  WHICH  BOTH
'SELF   HAVE LING   THE   COLLECTION   OF   SEATTLE TEF
r* Lf A DrT Q ■ • . •
TED
ENT
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AL
Y/TRULY   YOURS
:opy LENORA STREET TERMINAL, SEATTLE, WASH.
33-47
DECEMBER 7, 1935
MR. A. W. TENNANT
TRAVELLING AUDITOR
VANCOUVER, B. C.
SEATTLE WHARF, SAN FRANCISCO BILLS OF LADING ON E/RUSSIA,125-W
-■'■■■.■ t        ':,.   y   .'■■''■'■■■■.■'■■.■■   7 '■■■":       '
DEAR SIR:
REFERRING TO YOURS OF DECEMBER 8TH ATTACHED.
I HAVE ATTACHED HEREWITH SEVERAL LETTERS FROM MY FILE
WHICH I WOULD BE PLEASED TO HAVE YOU RETURN TO ME AFTER YOU
HAVE LOOKED OVER THEM.  I AM SENDING THEM SIMPLY SO THAT YOU
WILL SEE THE UNSATISFACTORY CONDITIONS THAT WE ARE OBLIGED
TO WORK UNDER.
BILLS OF.
LADING
ua i
ARE SENT HERE FROM OUR
SAN FRANCISCO
OFFICE SOMETIMES WITH .THE CORRECT SUPPLIER'S NAME WHO IS TO
PAY SEATTLE WHARFAGE AND FREQUENTLY AN INCORRECT NAME.  YOU
WILL SEE THAT MR. PHELPS HAS WRITTEN MR. MCNAB SEVE.RAL
LETTERS RECENTLY ON THIS SAME SUBJECT.  I IMAGINE THAT THE
TROUBLE OCCURS THROUGH SOME OTHER FIRM SUPPLYING APPLES
OTHER THAN THE ONE WHICH THE SHIPPERS ADVISE OUR SAN FRANCISCO
OFFICE OF IN THE FIRST PLACE.
SEVERAL OF THESE
AND IN OREGON WHO HAVE
YOU FEEL THAT I WOULD
WHEN INSTRUCTED TO DO"
FIRMS DO NOT HAVE CRED
QUITE RIGHT IN STATING
HERE, WHICH WOULD l-NSU
COLLECTED, UUT THE QUE
I DID ARRANGE FOR SOME
THAT YOU WILL FIND MEN
APPLE GROWERS ASSOC I AT
OTHERS
0 DOUBT
FIRMS A
NO CRE
BE JUST
SO BY T
IT WITH
THAT T
RE THE
ST ION 0
OF THE
TI OWED
ION AND
SHO
TED EAST OF
ANGEMENT
N PREPAYING
THE MOUNTAINS
TH US AND IF
SEATTLE WHARFAGE
UCH
RE LOCA
DIT ARR
IFI ED I
HE BILL
US I C
HE PPO
ITEMS.B
F CREDIT ENTERS HERE AND EVEN IF
OF LADING AND WHEN S
AN ARRANGE IT. YOU A
SHOULD IMMEDIATELY BE
EING FOLLOWED UP AND
SSUED
IMS NOT NO,V ON OUR CREDIT LIST
FILE-SUCH AS THE HOOD RIVER
THE PERHAM FRUIT COMPANY OF YAKIM'A.
FROM TIME TO TIME.
F I RMS
IN THIS iV
AT7-2
15-47
4EC.7
IT IS REGRETTABLE THAT CARRIERS EVER ALLOWED FIRMS
TO HANDLE THE WHARFAGE CHARGES IN THIS MANNER THAT OBTAIN
BILLS OF LADING FROM OUR COMPANY.  THEY HAVE TO PAY FOR THE
APPLES TO THESE VARIOUS SUPPLIERS AND IN MY OPINION THEY
COULD QUITE EASILY ADJUST THE WHARFAGE CHARGES IN THEIR
' SETTLEMENTS.  YOU WILL NOTICE THAT THE PERHAM FRUIT COMPANY
OF YAKIMA WROTE ME ON NOVEMBER 20TH TO THE EFFECT THAT
SEVERAL FIRMS HAVE ARRANGEMENTS WITH THEM TO TAKE CARE OF •
TERMINAL CHARGES ON THEIR INVOICES.  THIS IS AS IT SHOULD BE.
NO DOUBT OUR D.F.A'S IN SEATTLE AND SAN FRANCISCO WILL WATCH TH
POINT WHEN FUTURE BILLS OF LADING ARE ISSUED AND NOT PLACE
A NOTATION ON MY COPY TO THE EFFECT THAT THE SUPPLIER OF
THE APPLES SHOULD PAY THE WHARFAGE.  AN EXAMPLE OF ERRONEOUS
INFORMATION BEING PLACED ON SAN FRANCISCO BILLS OF LADINGS WAS
NOTICED BY ME ON THANKSGIVING DAY, NOVEMBER 28TH.  SEVERAL
SHIPMENTS OF APPLES WERE DISCHARGED AROUND 2 AND 3 A.M. ON
NOVEMBER 28TH ON THIS DOCK BY TRUCKS FOR OUR "EMPRESS OF
JAPAN" AND I, PERSONALLY, BILLED THEM OUT UNDER MY WAYBILL
NO. 3380 FOR THE "PRINCESS ALICE" THE SAME NIGHT, WEIGHT
AND CHARGES TO FOLLOW, AS I WAS NOT ENTIRELY FAMILIAR WITH THE
METHOD OF BILLING THE CHARGES AT THE ThME.  SAN FRANCISCO
BILLS OF LADING EFFECTING THESE SHIPMENTS SHOWED THAT THE *
WHARFAGE WAS TO BE PAID BY THE PERHAM FRUIT COMPANY. . THE
APPLES WERE ALL DELIVERED BY THE YAKIMA FRUIT COMPANY.  IT IS,
OF COURSE, UNREASONABLE TO EXPECT THAT THE PERHAM FRUIT COMPANY
WILL ACCEPT A BILL FOR SEATTLE WHARFAGE, OR AS PER THEIR
LETTER OF.NOVEMBER 20TH WOULD IT BE REASONABLE FOR ME TO
EXPECT THAT GETZ BROS. WOULD PAY THE WHARFAGE AS I HAVE NO
INFORMATION FROM ANY OTHER SUPPLIER OF APPLES REGARDING
THE HANDLING OF SEATTLE WHARFAGE CHARGES.
HOWEVER, THE MAIN POINT IS THAT I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE
YOUR ADVICE REGARDING THE SENDING OF PPO WAYBILLS' TO VANCOUVER
FOR SEATTLE WHARFAGE WHEN SUCH IS TO BE COLLECTED FROM SOME
FIRM THAT IS NOT ON OUR CREDIT LIST.  IN ANY EVENT, DUE TO
CHANGES IN THE SUPPLIERS THAT ARE ALWAYS OCCURRING, THE TROUBLE
IN COLLECTING AND RELIEVING OUTSTANDINGS WILL SIMPLY BE SHIFTED
FROM VANCOUVER WHARF TO THIS OFFICE.
VERY
ama/mf
COPY Y*ac.ttv.r.
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arf&ga Ch*rg*» #« -tat.
co-v.r.. bj.  Swt Vrmnoltmm Bill* «f ~,^U?*g#
i<*furring  tm >-eur do-4? January $H
a.»a Inatr        . 14 n«fc mt* that. Im
■iml cli.r«ra* .T-u.t    b. i,*!.. fey   th. &mn franciac. *;■ E*t  ani ft.
ia, taday, *avi*irsg ur.- Fft*l£a mcmrdimij*
§*a* thar.f&r. r@fl.jr t^ m? l.it.r i^rd fr-ardAng th.
qummtion af        f b.i.ir *bl. te e.t«ia n*e«»a&rjr in.trueUatsa   ! .3.
Shilling Bill)   c.varing shijratnta t.ntf.r.* at /aur deck.
jf#ura truly, CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
RAILWAY   TELEGRAM
FORM 167
W. D. NEIL, General Manager of Communications, Montreal.
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a   MMril   1 ^*53  it was  arranged   that   there *ettl4  M elate
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iravell               -itor FORM   103
-*>
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM  A-WS S  © Q f^
Vancouver, B.C., January 13th, 1936.
An Wa Tennant, Esq*,
You have discussed with me several times the
difficulties Mr, Anderson, Agent, Seattle Wharf, has in connection with the collection of terminal charges on export
freight shipped from Seattle in connection with the Canadian
Pacific Steamships.
I quote for your information rule adopted at
the Northern District Meeting of the Pacific Westbound Conference held in Seattle on January 8th:
"Effective February 1st, 1936, Wharfage or Tolls, Handling
Charges and Truck Tax or any other terminal charges accruing
against the cargo must be paid in full before bill of lading
is delivered.w
This should straighten this situation out as
far as the Wharf accounting is concerned. I am sending copy
of this letter to Mr. Phelps, Seattle, Mr. MacDonald* San
Francisco, and Mr* Dickson, Los Angeles.
JG&4/W / FOREIGN EREIffifTvAGENT FORM   103
N^JF*
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM A    li    7    3     ^     ^    7»
Montreal, Que. January 3rd. 1936.
A. Wa Tennant, Esq*,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Seattle Wharfage Charges on shipments covered
by San Francisco Bills of Lading.	
Referring to your letter of December l6th.
In your letter of April 5/33? you stated that Agent
would not forward goods until he held Shipping Bill signed by
the owner of the goods, also that everything possible would be
done to have shippers provide B.C.C.S. shipping bill in advance
of goods being tendered on our Dock.  If these ideas are being
followed out, surely Agent should be in a position to know who
the supoliers of the goods are?  As you speak of obtaining a
credit account for the suppliers, I assume they are the ones
who are paying the wharfage, etc.  If so, and if, as stated,
Agent is in a position to know their names, why can he not
collect from them before shipments go forward?  I would like
to know also when the through bills of lading are taken out
and when handed to shippers.  If not handed"shippers until
after Seattle Agent can collect the wharfage, etc., there is
actually no credit given.
When replying, it would be Just as well to have
Agent give names of suppliers to whom he is of the opinion
credit should be granted.
I would point out that copy of Mr. Andersonfs
reply of December 7th•> to yours of December 6th. was not
attached as stated.  Please let me have copy when replying. <s
/rider 3
l *it.
Vaneeuver,
Beeemher 16thfl§35.
-SQa*
effafe,  and we
Seattle iheuld
"Tear ?in*
I herewith return 'tXl papers encleeed le me with ^eure
ef ?th,  file 35-4?.
I hare dieeutted the %ituaiien with ur.
are ef the epiniom that all  terminal ©bargee payable at
he trayhilled trepaid en Vaneeuver Wharf.
I have,teday#explained the aituatien te ;
emggeated a credit authority that will enable y*u -ce ex
acceunt ef terminal  ehargee,   tt firm that euppliefc
pleta efetjmj^mtti ce^ered hy San Frames*** Bille ef T.a
r.   Arnum
>&n& ered it,
;oet*  te
ting.
Will adviee y*u  later regarding tr-ie f<
meantime, all wharfage due frtm Supplier* that are es
sheuld he hilled prepaid.
re. In tha
y#ur aredit lief
¥eure truly,
1.4. P.   Arnum,   leq.,
Auditor of /.fancies^
Mentreal.
T>ear sir:-
Vancouver,   S.f.   December 16th,   1925.
Settle Vharfa^e charges em »hipmeate
cohered hy  Sam Francisc* Bills   ef Lading*
I am i
/rent, with copy of i
Pr. Andersen's reply
seme ef the diffieuli
Seattle  te  complete  s
I havi
and he  confirms  that
of
i osing copy
■er ?Taarf
7 the
iy letter t>th te  Seattle ^narf
mi's  letter  referred  te,   and
fcly
net
under y^ur A-473117, explainad
with pr-Qods:  being  sullied at
Fr&ncisee ?-il.Is ef Lading.
^r.^c^sb
ef collecting
for my inspectiem,
Hae he&n advised hy
aa   te  trie  name ef the Supplier.
cannot supply the required gaods,
*- !.i     J. if \y*<* ^
^nder San
die^useed  thie  matter sriti
me carrot  ^ ti  away frem the praetiee
Seattle Wharfage froa: the Suppliers.
Various   files  ferw&rded by  Kr.   Andersen
shews  that,very frequently,incorrect  infermatlea
shipper and B.F.A.  Sam Erancisce,  aa  te
In £ni«  instances   the  party   czmed.
hut placet  the  order threugh
Yau will note
hilling the wharfage collect
collection hae  teen siade.
"'r. Andersen points  out
net en the credit list and that he
extend credit  and waybill prepaid,
all  firms   that  are liable  te
placed en the credit lift.
i!:,e£a petty collections cause a let. of cerrespendeae*
that  is  relayed through Mr.McHab's office te A^ente Seattle and
San Francisc*  to   effect clearance of Vancouver Wharf outstandings.
Wa$n the latter loads  tbe goods  te outgoing ship credit ia aut*«rv*cally
Vcing extended te  the Suppliers  at Seattle regardless of ehetker tuey
he en the credit list or net*   It would he m^t% satisfactory  if Seattle
Wharf Agent he authorised te  extend credit  te  such shippers  and waybill
wharfage prepaid.  Outstanding  thus created at Seattle would receive
prompt  attention until collections made,  and travelling auditor tvould
have some check on such o/s accounts.
I  am aware that you have objections to giving an Ageat
a blanket authority,  hut I consider that Seattle Wharf Agent eheuid he
seme oth^r fcroktr.
that Seattle Agent
on Vancouver Wharf
that Yery
is  therefore
i* that 13
makes a practice of
and sends PPO when the
oftan th* Supplier is
not in a position te
cannot anticipate
become Supplier! and arrange te have them T>
-.  B.   Arnum,  Esq.,
placed  in a jfosition that will  enable him te waybill  the wharfage
prepaid,   rer^rd.lt^i  of whether the shipper is  en the credit list or
not.
?re T.i,?ht hr^e  Agent provide yeu with the  names  of all
known Suppliers,   obtain \cur rutbority te  extend  tberj credit  for
Seattle terminal charges  only,   *&n& take up with yea to skM any new
firms  that become Supplier*.
I  FFiirht  rrention   that  effective  February  1st  a ^ndling
eharg* ^ill he assessed at Seattle,   which  terminal  charge will  aire
he ps.ya.hle hy  the Suppliers,
kindly advise.
iours   truly,
.*..«. '•'' r
Vancouver,   -.€.  n*<; *rhwr :fo.h,ii^o.
A *   R 4   A n <13 r son,   11 q #,
^hmrf Agoat, tie.
^ear >-Ir;~
-■ttl* ^harfsg* San francisc* Bs/tr&ding
eut em ft.af.   *.. ip^eae ef East ian JKSV.
heftrring to  Vancouver Wharf Aff**t*e  lttttr 29thultt.,
rile 14470,   r lag   I !^a *| ttle en XX.XH
fhipixents  coversd hy  various  fan Francisc*  Pills  of Ladling.
ading tkat y#a  *re,   as a rule,  duly
&&v32f3i jeds te h& Lied it id
im ced as   to Le* of wharfage from tne Supplier*.
,*re you in a peeitie*  te  promptly hill t&e ^cr,
and  la   th*r*  any   rtai?on -tils  cannot  bo tiy  I**WN|
t* eluar Vsnccmv*r Wimrf outstanding*?
'^ueh PPO'* carried  In your m, ingm eeuld injure
collection being ^r^x^tiy made,   sli-rlnat* a lot nf aaa*e*e*ary
ip*md*me* hetween yourself ami Vancouver Wbmrf Agent,  and enable
i latter t    ?.\ ir ell eharge* eit^im the period tf Ma dutwupi
>?ife* ting.
Plsaea adfise  if Kf i        .,stiea can be carried wut.
:oura   truly,
r. a. Printed! in Canada
1
Form 101
3x>-
Inter-Department?
correspon dence
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LENORA STREET TERMINAL, SEATTLE, WASH.
35-31
DECEMBER 10, 1933
MR. A. W. TENNANT
TRAVELLING AUDITOR
VANCOUVER, B. C.
HALF WHARFAGE DUE FROM AMERICAN MAIL LINE
DEAR SIR:
REFERRING TO YOURS OF DECEMBER 9TH.
I FIND THAT WE HAVE BEEN APPLYING A MINI MUM CHARGE OF
130 FOR VANCOUVER WHARFAGE.  THIS, OF COURSE, SHOULD HAVE
BEEN A MINIMUM OF 230 AS PER B.C.C.S. TARIFF 243, 8TH REVISED
PAGE 17.  THIS WOULD BE DIVIDED AMERICAN MAIL LINE 130, AND
C. N. R. XZfm.      THE PRACTICE OVER HERE IS THAT WHOEVER BILLS
FOR HALF WHARFAGE ASSESSES THE OTHER FELLOW THE GREATER HALF.
IN THIS PARTICULAR CASE WE WOULD BILL THE AMERICAN MAIL LINE
WITH 130 AND HOPE TO GET IT SOMETIME.
.,      I AM INSTRUCTING THE BILLERS TO USE THE MINIMUM OF ■
230 FOR VANCOUVER WHARFAGE IN FUTURE AND WHEN AUTHORIZED BY
THE AGREEMENT OR TARIFF TO PREPAY 130.
VERY TRULY YOURS
ama/mf \y
Vancouver, B.C. December 9th,1935.
A. W*  Andersen, Bsq.,
Wharf Agent, Seattle.
"Dear sir:-
ialf Wharfage due from American Mail Line,
Your letter 7th, file 55-31.
I find that incorrect information was handed to mm
in connection with shipment* per waybill 3228.
Your hilling duly allowed prepayment of the half
wnarfage, hut it is my  understanding that the minimum of. 25/ should
have heen applied on ?s/&* 106 and 91, and as a general rule the.13//
is collected frem the shipper or consignee?
^§r yeur infematien X iilgfet explain that your hilling
is revised here, reducing to half wharfage all shipments moving
C.P.R. rail, full wharfag* allowed to stand on shipments routed C.faB.
Revising clerk protected the half wharfage with a
minimum chary* of.15/ instead of the net difference between.25/ and
amount collected hy yem, resulting in petty o/s item* on all thr*e
shipments.
It will clarify the situation her* if yeu waybill
the.25/ minimumcharg*.
Yours truly,
T.A.  Form lOl
Printed in Canada
V
fNTER'DEPARTMENI
CORR*ESPON DEN CE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LENORA   STREET   TERMINAL,   SEATTLE,   WASH.
FILE
33-31
DECEMBER  7,   1933
.   ...   7.   TENNANT
TRAVELLING   AUDITOR
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
DEAR   SIR;
HALF WHARFAGE  BILLED   ON  VANCOUVER   COLLECT
A/C   PREPAID   SHIPMENTS  EX   AMERICAN  MAIL  LINE
IN   REPLY   TO   YOURS  OF  DECEMBER  6TH   IN  CONNECTION WITH  MY
WAYBILL NO.   3228  OF   NOVEMBER   13TH  COVERING   AMERICAN  MAIL  LINE
BILLS   OF  LADING  106,   76   AND   91,   EX   "PRESIDENT   MCKINLEY",
VOYAGE  31   E.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION, MR. MCNAB*S LETTER OF OCTOBER 26TH
UNDER HIS FILE A-84809 GIVES THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS UNDER
THE   HEADING   "SILK TRANSHIPPED   AT   SEATTLE."
VANCOUVER WHARFAGE   PER  2000   LBS.   HALF  ABSORBED  BY   AMERICAN
MAIL LINE
HALF   ABSORBED  BY   C.P.R.
IN  THE   CASE   OF   KOBE  B/L 106  YOU WILL  FIND  THAT   THE /
LIGHTERAGE   AMOUNTED  TO  S1.14/AND   VANCOUVER  WHARFAGE   230/     MY
WAYBILL  SHOWS  $1.26   PREPAID WHICH  COVERS  THE   LIGHTERAGE   AND
HALF   VANCOUVER  WHARFAGE.
ON   KOBE  B/L  76  THE   LIGHTERAGE   AMOUNTED  TO   $1.36   AND
VANCOUVER  WHARFAGE   270.      I   BILLED   $1.30 PREPAID WHICH   COVERS
LIGHTERAGE   AND  HALF  VANCOUVER  WHARFAGE.
ON   KOBE  B/L  91   LIGHTERAGE   AMOUNTED  TO  $1.19   AND  VANCOUVER
WHARFAGE   240.      I   BILLED   SI .31   PREPAID WHICH  COVERS  THE   LIGHTERAGE
AND  HALF  VANCOUVER  WHARFAGE.
IT WOULD   THEREFORE   APPEAR  TO  ME  THAT   THE   CHARGES   ON MY
YBILL  HAVE  BEEN   CORRECTLY  ASSESSED  AND  TAKEN   CARE   OF.      IF   I   HAVE -^
Printed in Canada
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Inter-De1» art MEN-r
Correspondence
AWT-2
33-31
DEC.7
NOT INTERPRETED THE INSTRUCTIONS CORRECTLY PERHAPS YOU
BE KIND ENOUGH TO SHOW ME WHERE l AM WRONG.
ILL
VERY TRULY  YOURS,
ama/mf
AGENT r>
Vancouver, B.C. December 6th, 1935.
, Andersen, "iqlf
^harf ^frent, Seattle.
ir:*
Half Wharfage hill** on Vaneouver eolloct
a/e prepaid shipments ex American Mail T,in*.
Please refer to your waybill 3228   Joveisher 13th in
connection with American Mail Tin* Bill* of Lading 106,76 & 31.
feu,   m  deubt,   have heen advised hy th* ^trei^n freight'
Arent as tt the proper lighterage and wharfage a$ft«eeahl* a^ainet thie
traffie,   and I  therefer* eann*t understand why ^eu cantinw* te hill
the wharfage etileet.
It §h*uld net he  neeeaaary ta make  tw* separate
nt« *£th  the American Kail Line,  y®u eelleetlnf prepaid
erag* and rail *harg**,   and "Vanceuv*r Agent o©lleetinf the half
wharfage fror that firm.?
Pleaae advie*.
Zourg   trulyt
_' •3 Xy
.'tw'iCuUV&r *     :•""'# SIT   6 th,   1935.
A.
rf   Arstit,   -eattl*.
r  ;*ir:-
M! fharfag* billed fn Vane*trr*r e*ll**t
a/e prepaid ihipm*at* cn te*ri**m bail tim*.
Ml** rtftf ta   f*njr eayhii: ir 15th in
■^eriean Kail  T.xne  Bill*  *£ Lad in?.  106,76 ft   '!1,
I*      na   ^fflKiiht      ^srvn   h##^   ajfir^f^ff^ 7m   ^fif^iffi  ^ir^l^l^t
ant ae  ta  tin ?i^t   thie
traffie,  *n# I  th«refer* eamne eretaai tun* te hill
the mharfag* eelleet,
It id  net b*  neceeesry  Ij  -nsJkt  t*e separate
**ttl*ment*  *iti trlea* :-:*il rine»  yau call-acting prepaid
li-B-hteraf* and rail  c-baryee,   and Vanceuvci   ft£«mt   e*ll**llig  the half
wharfa** frem that firm!
n. Ma*4   advie*.
ray, AtotMHaCafiaaJ*
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Inter-department
Correspondence
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
file G-85631
fancouver, B. G.f December 18, 1935.
FORM    lOl
D.  C. MaoDonald, Esq.,
Mia Perham Fruit Company advised our
Seattle people that they had made armngamentg with the
Sunset Produce Company and Gets Bros.* & Companyf San
I^aneisco* whereby these firms will pay Seattle terminal
charges on any Fruit supplied for their account by the
Perham Eruit Qom
Will you please check up with Sunset &
Ge%z9  ant if they confirm the arrangement mentioned ly
Perham, you should arrange in future to collect Seattle
terminal Charges from Sunset & Gets.
neetion.
Please let me hear from you in this con-
7
FJ/M
OaC«
BDBEIGN IBEIOHP AWm.
A. W. Pennantt  Esq.,
B. Ha Phelps, Esq.,
A. Ma  Innes, Esq.,
A. Mm Anderson, Esq..
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FOREIGN m IS

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