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147
Vancouver l.C.lharf Ticket Office
Protection of Funds Bonding Arrangeuenl //
MreS.D.Heavely,
Chief,  Travailing Staffs,
Montreal ^ue.
1 4 7 - L
Vancouver B.C., April 17th*,1957♦
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i cm Rtport #2022
Vancouver B.C. tfharf Ticket Office
Lower Level ilcket Kiosk Pier rtCw*
With reference to your file G-208597
of February 28th., re above and MreI.Riley*s file H/HCR of February 2?the
I am attaching hereto, a copy of
Captain O.J.Williams file ^29? ©f the 15th* instant, which is self-explanatory.
Travelling Auditor*
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Vnqii o| ||i|2 psb:ii|iirt5y| Aom £OU|.h CANADIAN PACIFIC
LAND DE
RAILWAY
PARTMENT
rCOMPANY
/ANCOUVER, B. C.
FORM  2413
At an Audit of this Department your Contract No.	
Coverina
Lots
Block
D.L	
stands as under on                                               Total Amount of Contract $_
Balance of Principal unpaid as per Audit Statement sent
$	
PAYMENTS AND CREDITS RECEIVED SINCE LAST AUDIT:
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
DATE
PRINCIPAL,
INTEREST
TOTAL
|
Balance of
Principal   Unpaid
Balance of
Principal   Unpaid
Will you kindly verify the correctness of the above payments made and if any
error found, return promptly in the enclosed envelope with full particulars.   If statement is found to be correct to                            it will not be necessary to return same.
Yours truly,
C.W.McBAIN
LAND AGENT
119 cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company
—- FORM 102   rV
0
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM 9299
Victoria, B.C*t April 15tht 1957.  -h
H. G. Letch, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B*C*
Dear Sir:
Further to ray letter of the 12th ultimot your file
147-L, concering the lower level ticket kiosk on Pier HCM»
Vancouver. The necessary alterations have now been made to the
portable ticket office.
Concerning the location. It has since been decided
that the present location is the best one, and under the circumstances
no change will be made.  I am satisfied with this arrangement as
this ticket office will be under the surveillance of the patrolling
constables.
Yours truly*
#ft   Yl/yJlLA^-
M yn a g e r. 14 7-1
Vancoavor BX. Maraii 13t£i*t1957<
Mr.SeBeSeavely,
Chief# travelling fiteffe,
Montreal 4ue*
Report |2022
feneouver 1*0* tlierf ticket Office
Lorfer Level Ti eket Kloek Pier ."P.**
With reference to your file 8*208597 of
February tfith. are above* end Mr»W.lileyfs file B/WDB of February 27th*
On March 6t&* 1 wrote Captain 0«J*lHlUaasf
asking him whether he approved or not, regarding the tickets being left in
tha kisok overnight* I em attaching hereto, a copy of hia reply*
levelling Auditor.
■ - -
■7 -■*
WW FORM   2413
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LAND   DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B.C.
May 20, 1947
At an Audit of this Department your Contract No.
-overing
Lots  Block  D.L	
stands as under on May 19, 194-7*       Total Amount of Contract $
Balance of Principal unpaid as per Audit Statement sent April 19, 1945 $
PAYMENTS AND CREDITS RECEIVED SINCE LAST AUDIT:
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Will you kindly verify the correctness of the above payments made and if any error
found, return promptly in the enclosed envelope with full particulars. If statement is found to be
correct to May I-*.  1947» it will not be necessary to return same.
Yours truly,
C. W. McBAIN
LAND AGENT.
All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway
Company and remitted to Land Agent, Vancouver, B.C. FORM 102 (Tin'
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM    9299
Victoria, B.C., March 12th, 1957.  -a
H.G. Letch, Esq.,
Sr» Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:
Reference your letter March 6th, file 147-L, regarding
the lower level ticket kiosk on Pier flCfl, Vancouver.
Arrangements will be made to carry out the suggested
alterations. The Superintendent when in Vancouver last week looked
into the question of changing the present location to a position on
the roadway between Piers f,Blf and BC*. As soon as a decision has
been reached in this connection I shall write you further.
Yours truly,
4mmmy++<?   /Y 14 7-1*
Vaaeeuver M.Q.  Mere! 6 th. § 1^57*
Captain O.J.iilUama,
Manager, B.C.C.S.,
Victoria B.O.
Beer Sirs-
fancouver I.C* Wharf Ticket Office
lower Level Tic>et Ktoelt^Pler *G*t
Oti ienuary Stln laat, Mr*L*G.Racine, Wharf Ticket ■
Ageat, wrete me$  pointing out that the Kiosk in queetiom, was gradually
becoming unfit for ueef due to being moved to and from the aheds each Bight
a&d Will I Mi over the rough tarisec* fe preserve the- mmll  buildis^ f he
auggeated the castors be reaiovtd, and the building ba set m  skida, be
etrengtbened, doors ami wimdoita be made r_iaaomably burglar proof,and the
building b® left outaido permanently, under the surveillance of the C.P.R.
oonatablee, aa ia dome with the mall.ticket office on' Pier *&*}*.    .
In view of the fact the ticket etoote $?ouid ba left
In the email building overnight, I eould not give my approval prior to
eeiiaalUng w** Auditor of Paeaeager Seeeipta* I have now dona so, and he
ia billing to go along mi%h thia arrangement providing your approval is
obtained* Will you kindly eay, if thia meeta with yeur apfroval or not.
Youra trulyt
Travelling Auditor*
CC:
Mr.L.G.Bacine,
Wharf Ticket Agent,
Vancouver B.C.
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(pit pcb FORM   2413
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LAND   DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B.C.
May 20, 1947
At an Audit of this Department your Contract No.
Co
venng
Lots  Block  D.L	
stands as under on May 19, 1947*       Total Amount of Contract $
Balance of Principal unpaid as per Audit Statement sent April 19, 1945 $
PAYMENTS AND CREDITS RECEIVED SINCE LAST AUDIT:
DATE
PRINCIPAL       INTEREST
TOTAL
DATE
PRINCIPAL   INTEREST
TOTAL
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Will you kindly verify the correctness of the above payments made and if any error
found, return promptly in the enclosed envelope with full particulars. If statement is found to be
correct to May 19, 1947* it will not be necessary to return same.
Yours truly,
C W. McBAIN
LAND AGENT.
Al cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway
Company and remitted to Land Agent, Vancouver, B.C. FORM 102A CJN
b
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM        G— 208 597
Montreal, February 2$, 1957.
Mr. H.G. Letch:
Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office Report #2022
Lower Level Ticket Office - Pier rfGff.
Referring to your letter of February 12, file 147-L.
I am attaching a copy of Mr. Blleyfs letter dated
February 27 and would ask that you contact Captain Williams and
let me have your further report so that matter may be concluded.
End.
Chief, Travelling Staffs. COPY
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIN
,_m H/HCR
Montreal, February 27, 1957.
FORM 102 (Ttt.
* S.iJ. Reavely,
Chief, Travelling Staffs,
"it real.
Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office
With reference to your file G-20$597 of
February iBth  enclosing copy of Travelling Auditor1s letter
dated February 12th with respect to Lower Level Ticket Kiosk
Pier C.
In view of your representative!s recommendation
that ticket stocks will receive adequate protection, I am
willing to go along with the proposed arrangement with
approval of Captain Williams.
HCR
W. Riley
Auditor of Passenger Receipts
COPY /
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM        0%   *    f   **  &
fancouver B.C..  February 12th.,1957*
ltP»l   i      |      mmWrnrngt
Chieft Travelling Staffs,
Montreal _jjae«
Heport g2022
Vancouver B.O. <ihmt Ticket Office.
liith reference to your file 0*208597 of
■January 2?th.,1957 and l'ir..s.Hileyf a file H/HCK of January 28th., dopy of which
attached thereto •
Utr.Riley states he was under the impression,
all the kioaka mere on sicide and were moved into the freight Shed et night for
the safe guarding o§ ticket atoek. In my letter of January 24th. f 1955» to
l*r. A. w. Sleekier, regarding the new ticket offlee on pier mh<*$n§  far the ticketing
of ths "Prl&eeae of fane Kiver*1, 1 clearly stated, that thia was an entirely new
building approximately 10f z 4* ,_no mention being made as to eaae being on eW_.de
as it ia not. Again no mention nee made regarding the removal of ticket stock
after each elerk1 s tour of duty. In feet, 1 clearly stated, "The ticket stock will
be left in the offlee in a looked ticket eaae.11 At that time no objection wee
raised regarding the stack being left in the new offiee overnight.
In view of the feet no objection was raised
at the time the new offiee wee opened on pier VJM, it wee aaaujaed there would
be no objection to the Kioek or email downstairs offiee for pier WG% being
handled in a similar manner.
Peraonally I cannot see any difference in ticket
etoak being left unattended overnight in this mail building, when, ticket stocks
are being left overnight in eome email line offices with no one in attendance and
where no constables are patrolling, fhe C.P.R. constables are constantly patrolling
the wharves and this building nould be under regular surveillance FORM IOIQn
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
I
FILE OR CLAIM 1   4   *J   •   %»
~ 2 -
tfer»i . i.Beavelyj
If Mr.Rlley atill objects to the ticket stock
being left in the email ticket office overnight, arrangements will have to be
left aa they are. However, if he has no objections and I m  advised accordingly,
then Gaptain Williama will be approached for his approval.
1 truat thia will prove satisfactory.
travelling Auditor*
L FORM 101
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM        *   ^     '    *   1
Vancouver B.C. February 12th.,1957*
ibV. i h leavely,
Chief, Travelling Staff a,
Montreal >,|us.
Keport ,-2022
Vancouver B.C. vikarf Ticket ifflee.
Ittth reference to your file 0-203597 of
January 29th., 1957 and lir.-^Uiley1 a file li/HGR of January 28th., copy of which
waa attaolied thereto •
Mr.Riley states he was under the impression,
all tto kiosks were on skids and were moved Into tha ?r*__igUt Shad at night for
the safe guarding ot ticket stock. In my letter of January 24th. ,1955, to
Mt.m. ;*Maakler, regarding the new ticket office on pier WA-3M, for the ticketing
of tte Princess of Vane ^j%*&th%  I clearly stated, that thia was an entirely new
building approximately 10f x 4*, no wentl m  being made aa to same being on skids
as it is not. wgain no nemtion wee made re       10 removal of ticket stock
after each clerk1 s tour of duty. In fact, I clearly stated, "fhe ticket stock will
be left in the offiee in a locked ticket 01 MN Itam waa
raised rogar    m  •* >ck being left in tha new offiee overnight#
In view of the fact no objection waa rais.
at the tiffin the new office wee opened on pier *J**fi,t it was assumed there mnliA
be no object! :m to the Kioek or small downstairs office for pier "0% being
handled in a eifitii&r mauiier.
Versonally I cannot see amy difference in ticket
stock bein*:; loft unattended overnight in this email building, when ticket stocks
are being left overnight in some small line offices with no one in attendance and
where no constables are patrolling. The S.l •&. constables are constantly patrolling
the wharves and this building would be under regular surveillance
■j
y- /
FORM 101 (Ii!,.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM 1   4   f   •  I»
«.    g   <*
Itr.S.D.Bsavely;
If Mr.Rlley still objects to the ticket stock
being left in the email ticket office overnight, arrangements will have to be
left aa they are. However, if he has no objections and I em advised accordingly,
them Gaptain IH litem* wAll be approached for his approval.
1 trust this will prove satisfactory.
travelling Auditor. FORM 102
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM G—208597
Montreal, January 29, 1957.
Mr. H.G. Letch,
Travelling Auditor.
Vancouver, B.C. Wharf Ticket Office.
Referring to your letter of January 9, file
147-L in connection with nLower Level Ticket Kiosk - Pier Cn<
The matter was referred to Mr. W. Riley and I
attach a copy of his letter to me dated January 2$0
Please look into the matter further as he feels
you are in a much better position to sa}/ what steps should
be taken to protect the tickets.
reached.
Let me have your further report on decision
End.
€Blef7^Travelling Staffs. FORM 102 C,lN
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAI
m   h/hcr
Montreal,  January 2S>,   1957 <
Mr. S.i). Reavely,
Chief Travelling Staffs.
Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office.
With reference to your file G-20£>597, January
16, enclosing copies of letters from Ticket Agent and
Travelling Auditor H#G. Letch, with respect to the ticket
selling facilities on Pier trCfl.
While noting paragraph 4 of Mr. Letch1s letter
to you, it v/as my understanding all the kiosks used for
ticket selling purposes were moved into the freight shed
at night for the safe guarding of ticket stock. Kiosks
secured on skids and left exposed to the elements does not
impress me as being adequate protection for stored tickets.
I would prefer as a precautionery measure that all tickets
be removed to the Wharf office when ticket seller is not in
attendance, however, this matter can best be judged by your
local representative, and authority of Captain O.J. Williams".
HCR/M Auditor of Passenger Receipts. f
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM 0-20^597.
artrealt January 16 f 1957*
Riley*
Vancouver* B.C.. Wharf 1   :•. Office.
1 am attac.      reto correspondence received from
idling Auditor, H.G. Letch in connection with ffLower
_ Ticket Kiosk * Pier Ctf.
1 should appreciate if you would %M re your
the proposed arran0d_^eut aenT.ioned in Wharf Ticket
setter of January 8*
Enel§# Chief, Travelling Staffs.
^->>C.Co Mr. H.G. Letch,
This has reference to your file 147-1 of Jan. 9.
Will advise you when I hear from Mr. Riley.
Cfilef, Travelling ^ftaffs'T FORM   10l(S
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE  OR   CLAIM 1   4   1    "    L
Vancouver B.C. January ?th*»1956.
]dr*Sm Dm Heave ly,
Chief,   Travelling Staffs,
Aioutreul  _&ie.
Vancouver B.C.  \-harf Ticket Office.
Hr.A.W.lleeklerf  former Auditor of Agencies1  file
G-lo^rZ-Spl. 3%  of May 18th.,19H covers.
I am attaching hereto, a letter received from Ticket
Agent, Vancouver Ikarf, in ra,"Lower Level Ticket Kiosk • Pier Cw.
from this, and previous correspondence, you will note
the original arrangements were to move the Kiosk each night into tha freight
shed for saf@ keeping, consequently the Kiosk was equipped with castors for thia
purpose. Again from Agent9• letter and my own observations, it would appear
thia small building is being gradually shaken to pieces from the effects of
being trundled back and forth.
I am also attaching hereto, a copy of my letter of
January 24th.,1955 in re another Kiosk, which was built for the ticketing of
the "Princess of Vancouver". Thia particular Kiosk, was not equipped with
castors, and is not placed in the freight shed overnight, but remains in a
permanently assigned position.
iill you therefore kindly advise rae aa soon as possible,
if it will be in order for tha Kiosk used for piar "C % to be set up similar
to the on© now in use at pier "A", That is, the castors to be removed, and
the Kiosk itself to remain outside at all times. Of course the Investigation
Department would have to be advised and permission obtained from Captain
O.J.Silliems for tha ticket stock to bo left on hand overnight.
-^fT %U   if ?^^^^c.  ■ Travelling Auditor. COPT COPY FORM ,02
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Tencouver B.C. Jan.8th,1957
lower Level Ticket Offiee - Pier mG*
Mr.H.G.Lete|Lf
Travelling Audited,
Vancouver B.C.
Regarding our recent conversation in connection with the above
kiosk located near the entrance to the loading area, Pier C.
It is the understanding at present that this ticket kiosk must
be moved from its location into the freight shed at night and brought out for
use during the day. Arrangements were made t© fit this building on casters so
that this could be done. We have found in the past three years that the kiosk
is unable to withstand this movement back and forth over rough tarmac and is
showing signs of becoming unfit for use.
It would be most satisfactory if this ticket booth could remain
in its daytime position permanently. In order to do this I can posiibly arrange
to have the castors taken off and the building set on skids, also it is my intention to request that it be strengthened and door and windows made burglar-proof.
If this meets with your approval, it is understood that the
ticket dater and all cash will be kept in the Wharf Ticket Office at any time
Ticket Clerk is not in attendance.  Teu are no doubt aware that this area on
the lower level is under the surveillance of the patrolling constables at all
times.
Will you kindly advise.
Signed L.G.i.acine
Wharf Ticket Agent FORM 102 0.IN ,
C 0 ?| C      PT
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver S.C. Jan.8th,1957
Lofter Level Uc&et Office - Pier..»C»
-r.xi.a.Latch,
^ravelling Auditef,
Vancouver B.C.
Hoarding our recent conversation in connection with the above
kiosk located near the entrance to the loading area, Pier 0.
It is the understanding at present thet this ticket Kiosk must
be moved from its location into the *rsij:ht shad at v.it hx,  and brought out for
use during the day. **rran&oments were m&e  to fit this building on castors so
that this could be done*  N hive found in   the past three years that the kiosk
is unable to withstand this ROVemeat back and forth over rough tarmac and is
showing si^ns of becoming unfit for use.
It would be most satisfactory if this ticket booth could remale
in its daytime position per eaently. In order to do this 1 can posiibly arrange
%o  have the castors takes off eel the building set on s<cids, alee It is my intention to request that it be stre&gthe*e__ and door and windows made bursar-proof.
If thia 'wet? with your approval, it is understood th< t
ticket dafsr and all      ill bo k.pt i-*« th3 -Vherf licket Office at any time
Ticket Clerk ia not in attendance,  fee ore no doubt aware that this area on
the lower level is under the surveillance of tha patrolling constables at all
times.
III! you kindly advise*
Signed i.e.Reelae
iherf iieket A&aat FORM 101    (1™
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
G-206260
itraal, iovember 9* 1956.
Ar*  G, 0, Brooks,
Station Division*
Protection of Funds
Vancouver, B*0.5 l/Uarf Ticket Office
further to ny letter oi'       f§$m  on  the above-mentioned
subject, attached fm*  will find letter 1 uci other co      .ence
received from Travelling Auditor H.G* Letch which bear but his
contention that tho removal of the constables ftpM the waiting
roc... 1.-st Sprin    e the of five very vulnerable to hold-up or
robbery*
Possibly you this        .h the view
to i 7 roviic the protcctl  ox sand the staff.
*j 1 L_L w•** j      JL *% 9% ¥ 1_* <Ju*L Ju J i* gf 0
_j_IC«
cc. Mr.  H.  G. Letch:
This refers to your letter of October 30, 1956, and
its attachments.
Chief, Travelling Staffs, Vancouver B.C. November 1st.,1956-.
Mr.S.D.fieaTely,
Chief, Travailing Staffs,
Montreal Que.
Protection of Funds
, fancouver B.C. Wharf Ticket Office •
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Further to ill! of October 3Qth.,1956 re
above ana your, fila G~?062&Q of May I3§4.
Attached hereto, you will find a copy of
Wharf Ticket Agent*s lettfr of October 30th. in this connection, to Mr*H.Tyeon,
Superintendent,  B.C.C.^.f
.Tictoria B.C.
Travelling Auditor. FORM  2413
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LAND   DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B.C.
May 20, 1947
At an Audit of this Department your Contract No.
Co
vering
Lots Block :  D.L	
stands as under on May 19, 1947*       Total Amount of Contract $
Balance of Principal unpaid as per Audit Statement sent April 19, 1945 $
PAYMENTS AND CREDITS RECEIVED SINCE LAST AUDIT:
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
DATE
I   PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Will you kindly verify the correctness of the above payments made and if any error
found, return promptly in the enclosed envelope with full particulars. If statement is found to be
correct to May 19, 1947. it will not be necessary to return same.
Yours truly,
C. W. McBAIN
LAND AGENT.
All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway
Company and remitted to Land Agent, Vancouver, B.C. CANADIAN
PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
L
FILE OR CLAIM
oWlnspeotor J.K.Trott
\ .r» ,.G.Letch^'i'rav»^ud#-
*   v   * J gauss - CH? *
Vancouver, BC* October 30th.;
FORM 101 (TjjC
-ft*
Trespasser at Pier "P" * Second incident^.
._r .B.Tyson,
Superintendent, BC0S#
Victoria, B0#
further to my phone conversation date regarding
the report made by Janitor L*w*Thitehener, in connection with a
la&dtf* helng found leading froa the men1 a roast onte the roof
directly hslow in close proacimlty to the rear windows of ay ticket
office*    fott will note this Incident occurred et 2G#§Q!.,Qct*29th*
and Ticket Clerk J*Parlane immediately contacted our Investigation
Department*     ton will also note that the Investigators found some
of the windows easy to open from the outside,    fhis is due to the
fraiae end catch becoming rusted*   I have taken iimediate action to
haw this feature looked into*
As pointed out in my letter to you of 0ct*2fth*
the windows in question are haired half way up only*   Perhaps steps
should he taken te her these windows to the top*
The usual security measures are heing maintained
within the office®
R* Wharf Tletet'JMpttt* FORM  102A
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
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.-'VD.Roavoly,
Chief, Travelling Staffs,
Montreal _iu8. ..
. .. Protection of Funds
Vancouver B.C. Wharf Ticket Office.
Further to mine of 'day 4th.,1956, re above,
and your file G-206260 of tf*y 2^rd..
J In thia connection I aa attaching hereto, copy
of a letter written by Mr.L.G.Racine, Wharf Ticket Agont, to Mr'.H.Tyson,Superintendent
B.C.C.S., fictoria B.C., also copy of letter written to %arf Ticket Agent, Ion
October 26th. hj  one of his ticket clerks, Miss.D.A.Barwise.
Travelling Auditor.
C5 " Em* £-__* \m0- mmm
\A7.
9 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LAND   DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B.C.
May 20
FORM   24!3
i, 1947
Covering
At an Audit of this Department your Contract No.
Lots
Block
D.L	
stands as  under on May  19.  1947.        Total Amount i
of Contract %
Balance o.  Princioal unoaid  as Der Audit Statement  sent Ao.il  19.  1945  _.
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
fancouver, BO* October 2?th*195&#
MM
Trespasser et Pier «CW
Mr.B.fyson,
Superintendent, BOGS*
Yietoria,    BO*
On the evening ef Friday aot*26th* between
8,11PM and S.JQFM an unidentified man was noticed peering through
isy offiee window over the Chief Glerkfs desk*   The windows et the
rear of my offlee are aceesslbie fro® the roof directly behind
the ticket office,    it is thought that this person jumped through
the menfs room window and made use of ladders to gain a position
hereby he could look into this office from the rear* fhese windows
are barred half way up only*
I attach hereto a report froa Ticket Glerkf«iss
Umii.MmmWtm who was'on duty et the tine*   Hiss P.P.Burl was else
on duty»   fhe attsehed report gives particulars as to whet transpired
et the tine.
I have since heard that a men wes found lying on
the tracks between Pier *%n and nGm In what is bom es the mQu%n$
apparently having jumped or fallen froat the roof* fhis person was later
transferred to hospital with several injuries*
It Is understood the Investigation Department have
the matter In hand*
iharf Tietost Agent*
CCM Inspector J.R.Trott
\ ir *H.G.I_eteh • Trav.Aud*
Mr •B.C* James - Gen.Psgsr.i'igt^ CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
FORM 101 C2L
fjharf ticket Office,
Taneouver, S.S*
October 80*. 1958*
.ne
at,
-:,rf ticket Office,
Canadian Pacific Ely Co.,
Vancouver, B.O*
Dear Sir;
Between 8*15 p.m* and 8#30 p*m* on th© night of
October 261 19§6t while on duty in the wharf ticket office,
1 thought I heard • tapping noise*
1 looked around to try to ascertain the direction
from which it came and to listen for another tap* ta x*ing
nothing, I returned to looking out into the waiting room*
A couple of minutes later, I again heard a tap* rBiis
time I looked around and noticed a manfs face at window § 4,
( over the chief clerk's teak]* He quickly stepped to
right out of ay sight*
J-mediate steps/ wars     to notify the Investigation
Dept. who sent a man down- immediately to take charge of the
matter*
Yours truly*
(Mias) itereen 4* larwise*
fieket Cleric FORM  102A
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM  G«*206260
Montreal, May 23 f 1956.
Mr. H.G. Letch:
Protection of Funds
Vancouver. B.C* Wharf Ticket Office
Your letter of May 4 with its attachments was
referred to Mr. G.C. Brooks on May 9, and I am advised
today that he in turn has taken the matter up with the
Treasurer who will handle it to conclusion.
Chief, Travelling Staffs. Tanco uver    sy < 4th. ,1156 *
Mr.M.O.Berber,
Chief, travelling Staffs,
Montreal Que. mU u
Protection of Funds
Taaseuver B.O. Iherf fleket Offlee.
I have been given te understand, due te a
shortage of Constables, our Investigation Bepertaest heve withdrawn the
Constables froa the welting room of Tlmr mWm$  where the above nsntiened
office is located, fhis offlee is particularly vulnerable te srmsd robbery
end I do net feel this is a wise move. Attached, you will find e copy ef e
letter written by Mr.0-.flt.Mitchell, Local "treasurer, Vancouver B.C*, hie
file A~15© of even date,, to Mr.£#C.Ierr, treasurer, Montreal Que# in this
connection.
If you should disense this matter with
^i®r$9  I should be pleased to knew what other protective arrangements
nay be made.
travelling Auditor. HOTEL VANCOUVER
DETAIL OF OUTSTANDING BALANCES
 ACCOUNT
Form 34
Balance First of Month,
Debit Current Month _
Total	
MONTH 0F_
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Balance Last of Month
DATE
DESCRIPTION
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CURRENT
EXPLANATION
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7 ~l
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
V%-.r;couVerji S. C#t
mJ}9 1955*
Protection of fund* tetuesii Itexf '1'ietet
Offiee* Plar *m$ tag mm tietei offiee
Pier %Qm &*»3i
eC fa_p_e0iwer.,f
!ir. J. R. Tro%fe*
Xi-speetor* lixvestigii'
faiiiiaiii-Ws b. c.
.     .,«
102  (^&)
x-ieemimt of sertiee ly tte*Pr* of
?a£$oouv0if» m Smm 21st* it Mill be nsaN^sa-fy to arrange m  MMWrt
for ticket eXask between tte ItesT Tieket Offiee te riar ^ and
the nm ticket offiee taking ears of MXUqg for tte •&** of funor11*
This naif office teg teen plaeed just vmt of tte CasMMttaa J^slgratioB
teildiBg.
Tha eiihediaXe for thia new ship ealla for dapitjrteres
Itam f&soetiver at 4 ***** 12 08*% and 8 p*s_u* Stiu3ds_id Tl»t evety
ingr.   Enoort vLLl therefore ba needed from this offiee Is   %m apeyatJom
one hour and thirty minutes prior to sailings tls_*a* and iil>iafiill^
isMadlataly &&& departure.
0» June 21st* tte firat deperture fl ver idll
be 12 naa% aad wi&d ap *raci_'te if you *£U. arrive far an seagirt- to
aaads^my ^ tlstet elerk tetesflft this office sad Pier &*£*
It la praauiaed ttet
keep this new e£flee under suxMraS»3__Li
eraiio* tilth a tietet cleric; oa duty*
are being ifcd© to
during; tte item it is in op*
*.lu 6syt* o. J*
\«r* I* g. 1
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Lutoh
Qmimm
Uteff Uckefc Agtttt FORM 102  (fmZ
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM _    gj|#§   **
Victoria* B* e** May 3rd.* 1§5S*      «••
frett* Esq.*
of Xmrnitigatioit*
faticmifer* B. I .
Ite_r ^ir*
tj&th rafwence te 8_§r letter of Marelt 29th i^gjy_jdiiig
tte <p&st»ie& ef t_nn_tpeif^Qg a ticket clerfe and ceppsHy feasts
between the ?«^s^mr Siiarf ticket Office and tte Gardero Street
ficket offIm commencing early Im Jtme.
apfs^eclate teariiig flraa jnw*
■_pHwFS-(ii_e i^P      **!__» toR*SsjjJf a*'
co - H..il* James* Esq** ii a a a g e r.
y< General fasse&ger Ageat$  Vimco*rrer*B.C.
l/J. S. Bn_OTiond, Esq.*
Travelling Auditor, fancourrer* B.C.
For your information, fhis has reference
xsl to ay letter of March 29th.
mmmmm-mm. mmfm^mm m  m CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
9299
J.RT1
victoria* *.C** March atth,  L9S5.    -a
lip it ef lavestigatiiiii^
▼Sat | :>.C
Sir?
With reference te ay Aaglstast's recent conversation
vit*. yon in coaaie^tioR nith the ttmMjmttimg of a ticket clerk
sad cellar itala tetaeea tte fsticettvtr yterf Ticket Of lice ami
tte Cardero Street ticket Office eenaeMdb^ early Om Ja&e.
A aaali ticket office is sea fc^iii^ constructed and
nil! atertly te placid at a location near ftt# barge slip.   A
ticket clerk will te statioaed ^e^f^s»^ eccasiaiis i«riag
the day sai might fer ^pm^mmt^j 1^ hour* ea each e#casiofiu
It aill fee repaired t^ert* ao ^rcodLmately thirty Minutes before
arrlTal of the vessel in order to sell aafas*fa£U checks and
passenger tickets.   Be will have a supply of tickets ia tte
ticket office.
He *HI also have a jerking cash fund available Elicit
he will r-;rir*- to carry frm the J#ntrf ticket Office to the FORM 101
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
7
Victoria* l.C»* March 2«th* if55.      «a
^^mktj^d^*
m%m
slip.    Qm i;ke ivtiirn fern* the barge slip te the Ticket
Of "ice, ia addition to tte writing lhad* te idLUL have tte
monies collected frea the sale of tickets.
1 nlmll be pleased to teM if fia tNI is
transportation oa *_he motorcycle along with the Conpaiay
constable*    Km constable weald also act aa an saccxrt.   Owing
to the distance tetmaa the Ticket Office and tte barge slip
m considerable tiae witld be taken by tte ticket clerk bilking
firoa the Ticket Office to the bmtge. slip and ratura daring
tho throe occasions and if arrangements cat be made to aare
the tieVt clerk by tha »tai sng;r-^tecl tola would te af jpmat
assistant^
/ :imm t»_r,
c.c. tHgp. James, Esq.,
General Passenger Agent, fancouver, B.C.
!.S. Briraiond, Esq., 1 i ft I f t r,
Travelling Auditor, Vancouver, B.C.
For your information.
Meager. CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
BRITISH COLUMBIA  COAST  STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CASmY. O. J. WILLIAMS
MANAGER
H. TYSON
ASSISTANT TO MANAGER
VICTORIA. B.C      Mareh  2_th.,1955
PLEASE   REFER   TO   FILE   NO.
Br. A.tf. Blackleg*
Auditor ef Agencies*
Mostreal Que.
abeve mentioned office.
Y.im»w_K_ fLmmWmt fMmmmn Offlsti.
With reference te year file 6*196771 re tte
1 am attaching hereto* Wharf Ticket Agentfs
letter of the 21st. instant re making use of his additional safe without
installation of a burglar alarm system* which on the face would appear
te be a somewhat expensive project. I feel ayself* that la view ef the
small amount involved this additional expenses could be dispensed with.
Presume you will advise Mr.Racine direct as to whether or not the alarm
system will be required.
Travelling Auditor. <©
0 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
\
FILE OR CLAIM
/   ■ J\ YeaeO-rrer*  D»  C,t
\° f mmmm l»* ISMh
..   th i_eni- T-fT "innt Mam
apt. 0. $* Willis;*® t
.ii'     . I",   V • V • C * **.  i,
--itoirigkt B.  0.
Itagurftiag ra-evious Q@rre.9e__1i.Kie. la caiineetion
witli _ntfe for this c _, tMs Is to advise that we ham
mm rete&M mm u**__ mfmt to.        -f ia use oa th*     otor
Ifei__.ee.. a.      vhio i.it-8 teen last i near the •a..-\iorfa -leak.
i r.<pi.*to__l by yoa# 1 tev* Hat Mr. 8_-.vr-.tt of
the '-*■••    iatriet 'T*2.egn_pU rttv. ia* an .«t;i. __fc_. of tfc« e#at
if ■ iirote.ti*. mXSmWm ayatcK.    Vo e*Uisi I** t-vls to te
Vm vM ,   .'ius an extra aaathly c of »--6«$0» la
Ution to the present ret.. U. to©
£ pr***sl *_U <»» «Mi'l oae an aHI
eoatrol -t.cr__._u_ of l*ot_a aafee.
I Ji*-ve a#»lae«i Ur. Barrett that tula iaatallatloa
•fcumia tee eo*.'!«te4 aad. la e#fe*t by 3F«ae let, ana that I
MKfltfl 1 -3*1 a. his fttrt^r as sows no f_N_*ttri_* .ft** ree^feiafc
yoa.
I fin* tltst I eaa rfinuii epaee la ©wr pr
ante eo tfeat It will a©t te aeeeeaary te r.cplaltioa m.f
.«••  tH?.   tt.   4ilt__l#Jll»
LcmnrI 'ifeaaawrcr.
_S*-C_*s-
Eieteet %aa*
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2fe«vel.liji& Atidite*.
Mr. Up Q*  taea,
Oeaeral I'ea.ea.f^r A;_-eatf 0
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Vancouver B.C. March 14th.f1955.
Captain O.J.Willlama,
Manager, 3.U.C.S.,
Victoria B.C.
Dear Sir;- . .
Vancouver llharf Baseenger Office ~ Safe,.,
With reference to your file 15140 of tha 10th.
instant to Mr • A. W. Bladder, Auditor of Agencies, .Montreal Uue.,
re above, copy to ,Mx.J.S.Brummond, Travelling Auditor, Vancouver.
On February 15th. last, I wrote Mr.Bladder in
this connection aa par copy attached. Ha replied direct to you
under his file G**l96771 of February 22nd.
Travelling Auditor, ■  — -     mmm-
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
13140
*\/9", Vim
FILE OR CLAIM
Victoria, B.C., March 10th, 1955,    -a
. BI woo ***..
%f' of Agencie|*
Montreal, l**Ql
/
Bear Sir*
With reference to your memorandum of February 22nd,
file 8~1§§771, regarding the proposed transfer of safe foimerly
on the "Meter Princess11 to the Vancouver Wharf ticket Office.
I have today instructed our Storekeeper* Victoria,
to immediately forward this safe to the fancouver Wharf Ticket
Office so that it will he available when required.
Hr. J.S. l*TwmnmA9  travelling Auditor, Vancouver*
has accordingly heen advised.
Tours truly*
J.S. Druffimond, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor*
Vancouver, B.C. m ******** **
This has reference to my letter of February 8th last.
FORM I.OIGJS,
€1
Managere FORM 102 QJN
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
a 196771
Montreal, February 22, 1955,
Captain O.J. Williams*
Manager*
B. C. C• S • *
Victoria, B. C.
Vancouver Vharf Passenger Office
I am attaching copy of Travelling Auditor's
letter February 15 *
Suggestions made by yourself m$  Mr. H. 0.
Letch are suitable to this department and should be arranged
accordingly.
Mr. H. G. Letch:
Auditor of Agencies.
Re your letter pebruary 15,
tfM&ufaty
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JHA/&M FORM 102
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver B.O. February 15th»*1958.
Mr.A. ^.Haekler*
Auditor of Agencies*
Montreal (&R*.
Vancouver a.C.Yfliarf BaaBaiiiiar Of flea «* import #1881
I tua attaching hereto, a eopy of latter received
from Captain O.J.Williams, Manager B.C.(J.S.
1 have discussed this natter with l£r.L.G.Kftolnet
Wharf fieket Agenta He contends and it would appear with
Justification* that Ma preBent safe will ba inadequate to take
care of his requirements during tha coming suiaroer season. 1
understand he had requested a now and larger safe than tha one
at present In US*. However* if he receives an extra safe it could
be used by the Cashier and the additional apnea then available
in hie present one oould be utilised for additional compartments
for fieket Clerks etc. These oompmrti^nts 1 believe oould be aade
toy our own  carpenters at a moderate cost.
If the safe is provided* 1 presume it would, as the
present one is* be protected by a Burglar Alarm System* the
installation and faaintenanee costs of which 1 have no conception*
It appears to me that by making use of the safe
mentioned by Captain Williams and the one he has at present» it
would be more economical than providing Agent with the new and
larger safe nhieh he has requested•
Presume you will advise Captain
whether or not this will be suitable to youe
fillisiw direct
fit
Travelling Auditor. FORM  102A   (TltO
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver B.C. February 15th.,1985,
Captain O.J.Williams,
Manager B.C.C.S.,
Victoria B.C.
With reference to your file 15140 of February 8the
to Mr.L.G.Haoine, Wharf Ticket Agent, Vancouver B.C., copy to
Mr.J.S.Drummond, Travelling Auditor, Vancouver B.0.
I have referred the matter to Mr.A.W.Blaokier,
Auditor of Agenciest Montreal t*ue» and you no doubt will be
hearing from him in this connection in due course*
Travelling Auditor. FORM 101 Q in
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
13140
Victoria* 1*C* Wmhmmry Sth* WSS.    -a
tmQm    Mmil |*jp ^*m
Bear Sir*
With reference to jmst mmm*maim, of January 13th msd
24th regarding additional eafe idtich yon feel will be respired
this mmmmt ca aeeesat sf the ®%&rm sallies after arrival of
tho tfPrincess of Vaaesaver.
Urn lave en hand m£m from the lttlet*ir ffclaeess*.   leasar^^tts
mf this eafe are as under s _^
Wiitti 22^"
depth 21
Height 33|«
(including casters)
This safe is ia faod shape and 1 have asked the travelling   \-
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Alitor* Vancouver, to let mm %mm if te concurs with jour   1
Yonra truly*
atisa.
J.S* Brummond, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, BeC. ^
M a a a g 0 r.
For your information. This has reference to Mr. Racine's
memorandum of January 13th. Please let me know if you^ consider
this safe is necessary. sn ^ r   , . COPY
COPY
FORM 102 C,in
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
fileorclaim fancouver B.C.
Jen.24tb,1955
Kr.A. I *   ,y   .   i -^v*
Auditor el  ^genelee,
Montreal,   ;ue.
Vercouver JMS.   >»harf xicK-:?t  Office -.Report ^o.lSdl
You are no doubt aware,  that on or ebout June let the new combined,
rail,  trucfc,  car end ps*se*fer tarry (Frlneess of ^eeeeuver)  will   cuiu^ence operations.
*iUi co;; s&eeoe&t 01  -;r .nations of tMs particular ship,   various
features i:    ^...aris to  Licstauin,:,    ^    iir,    of cash and  protection   or fundi sill
have to b^ taken into consideration.    X have beea gives to understand a new
building approximately  im  feet  by Tour is going  t0 ^* constructed for use as
a   tieket office,     the boilfliag in question will be situated approximately half
a .ale west of th® present wharf ticKet office,    it ia the intention to install
two ticket caa^s,  only one of which will be stocked for t he present,  ihis &$X£
unit will  be known f»s  • uuber lb nan the necessary dater ana dies have bean requisitioned.     *ne nnw ticket offiee being s  half alia  froa the regular office,
ana  situated et  the base of the ifeilwey yards,  it has bean decided that no cash
la to be left in  the office at any time while no e&e is in charge. AftjHJp each
tour of duty \o e and a half hours prior to seeh sailing,  sellings to be at
4.00 Hi*  12.:;o noon and 6.00 HI daily)   after which tha  ticket clerk will proceed
to the 9mmWt ticket office with his receipts.    It is considered eeantial that an
escort he presided  the ticket elerk on his trips to and from the new office.
•this feature will be brought to tha attention of the ^aneger of tho  B. dO*'   by
■*.Hacinef    - tat  veneo .ver tfharf office.    Tha ticket stock vail  b^ left  in  the
office in a  locked ticket case, also the dster,  fro® which the die -ill bo removed
and takes to tha tfharf Mcket Office by the ticket elerk.     Ihe new office itself
will  of coarse  be locked at all   times v»hen  no ono is la attendance.  ' o doubt
adequate patrols of this area will alao be made by  representatives of oar Invest*
igetlee .;e£&rtment. COPY CUPY
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Ut.A.m.Sleekier
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Wharf Ticket itgent, Mr.L.G. uacine,  has also pointed oat to me
that the interior spaa® of his present safe will be inadequate to hold the required millibar of Ticket cleric1 s cash compartments which will now be required
due to increased staff,  also  tha interior of the burglar proof compartment will
have insufficient apace to hold all the cash received from- his own sales,  purser1 s
remittances,   purser's cash advances for payrolls,  especially on ^eturdeys,  Sundays
and on -orriays ehen legal  holidays occur thereon.     Ihis due to M increase in the
KenelftO sailings from six to eleven per day,   resulting  in  cr  l»creaM4  number of
purserls  remittances received,  sad  increase"  sales.    **-r.**ecin$ ia taking the
matter of th-j  so "e up with ^pt. -»* .-.illiaxtiS,    -ana? cr lAm.';.€..?.
1 8    ittachinr r^?*«to .rent's letter of Jeeeaary 13th te If*.
J.;..  v.mimA/.zuiim  PrevailJ      -j ill tor.
Trav-;ili!i:. editor . IWmW    m
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM
faaooa***, I.e.   amy m9 l.
\6mrn
I Xlmm
ml. 1. to .Aft., ef mi:.       -<***** 'tfaet ba*.
in eoaaeetioa ultfe tbe MlUat ef amo <<o4 geaeoge tieket.
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te    i*r '
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reoeJ t the kiosk froa I I© eartala
GtltcxfetioiiS hti^# b»ea mede  I ■% 9km ia^Uiilatioa of .
tltft.t *****    Th. erre -it. tc this Aoa« were J&ad*
mm*   X also
stead tbat ' r* rt 1. <€lag for Us. lostellettoa of
oa «l««trl. at •••„'.)  to fee aaed aa the Kiush-     This toullala& to
been mete aobile tsp aai rge volte* eeeisra eaa fee. been
glvee • freab eoat af peiot.    s. aaire re© jrlty
from i artaeat etattafe ill be -• 1*9
to leave ticket atoek eaaloswl le Mloak cer »10tt,
pre- it is ; ia tbe freight *fae4. I Iter
tfcie tie* b.ea c M*ft
*mm%9 nod la«t*a* i to ttii. .ff«e% will be gteaa to tbe
,     *m a fkrtter m1***uni * suitable
fele 1 beea fitte* .U* a;rra»-«ia« to I*** tte
sk.t &©t«r aaa ell eaab kept iatt.ni i'le.
et «ajr tiae tl«ket elerk le aot la ett*
ft*r tb. loc; U«a for this kiosk
me* tt. telepfeoo. eii ««*mttl*.ttoa eyetea vita ta. .hip**
>e beve bee. ejrrea*^ etb, A**t. #upt« ¥aaev.
to beeoa. *ffactive f*M let.
1 at. etteeaiag feereb© e eopf of la.tru.Uoa.
lastte* ta *aat*ra ao mm re#arulag
boar, thia serelea will be lo bpereUoa* FORM   101 <2£S
m CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
- i -
., fi'eotive Y.tm lab tbva I*** aotfca hour* of
or*ratlo* will be • 8*00 AV to S.OOFK - «*le* will enable
aa to sell tleketa fer v.-m following aoiliag**
§•00
10,30
U*»G am ■imtmm
1.00 m ay ma Smlf I.l.aA*
3.00 W no-
re stive Jaly let thru :■<*&*• #tb boava till ba
i>.30 av to £1.00 I whl* will t nil eel11a** to tte
Xalaa* witb tbe exeeptloa of tbe 10*S§ im aalliag to fletorla.
I  t year this lower level tieket eeillag prove*
very tf «oA with tbe esbeate* .boave of operatiaa
this yt-t.r we hvp. to give o meb Improve* serviee, ..peelallf
be *t. .ta off rvatioa.*
approval<
• ill yoa kladlr $Mat if tb£» aaeta oltlt yoor
my^AyTAyd}
...arf Ticket Ag«mt.
7C   ir.
itr.
Per fwtr laforaatloa FORM 102 OjN
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
f.le or claim     o 185997-Spl. 576
Montreal, May 18f 1954.
Mr. J.S. Drummond,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver Jgharf Tic ket Offiee
Thia is with regard to your letter of the
10th inst.t concerning the proposed 1954 summer season
arrangements for the ticketing of automobiles and drivers,
etc., on B.O.Coast Steamers sailing from Vancouver Wharf
and in which you advise that it is the intention to set
up a movable selling unit to be operated on the wharf.
We have various precedents for ticket
agencies operating portable units outside of their regular
quarters and our department has no objection to this in
principle. Such arrangements, however, do not lessen in
any way the responsibility of the operating department
(in this case, presumably, the B.C.C.S.) for the provision
of proper facilities for the safe-keeping of the tickets
at all times whether in the main office or in the portable
unit.  Therefore I think the authority the Agent is seeking
for leaving the tickets, at his own discretion, in the unit
overnight must be given by the Manager, B.C.C.S. So far as
this department is concerned I note you have made certain
constructive suggestions regarding the accounting procedure
to be followed, the locking up of the proposed unit, and
the stowing of same within the shed when not in operation,
and that in your opinion the arrangements would thus be
satisfactory. On the basis of your letter we likewise see
no objection, providing the arrangement is duly authorized
by the management, as previously mentioned.
J    i* *       s Auditor of Agencies.
W/*   S?&y *£*&    4u^mt    "Xc   m%f*&e
phytic     <&dm*^<mtm*^     *^<?<?S . CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
W.   D,   NEIL,
Classes op Service
Pull Rot.    -
Day Imttm
Night M.mo*.
Night Utter
piac6 x opposrre
SERVICE DESIRED
ERAL   MANAGER.   MONTREAL
ACCOUNTING REFERENCE
HS
tun nip
Send the following message, subject to the terms on back hereof, which are hereby agreed te.
Vancouver, May 20, 1954
A. W. Jlaokler,
Montreal
ML May 10 re Vancouver wharf ticket mobile booth account
alterations required before wee pie advise if you concur.
J*  3.  iJruraaond. G. H. PESCUD, Assistant General Manager, Montreal, Que. > '
L. E. HAMSON, General Superintendent, Montreal, Que. P. G. McLEAN, General Superintendent, Winnipeg, Man.
■ L. W. NEALE, Superintendent, Sudbury, Ont. R. V.TOMBE, Superintendent, Vancouver, B.C.
L. A. RAYMOND, Superintendent, Toronto, Ont. . D. LESLIE, Superintendent, Galgary, Alta.
A. E. EMERY, Superintendent, Montreal, Que. D. N. MACLEOD, Superintendent, Moose Jaw, Sask.
■  H. W. HOWARD, Superintendent, Saint John, N.B. E. ELSEY, Superintendent, Winnipeg, Man.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS UPON WHICH TELEGRAPH AND CABLE MESSAGES SHALL BE TRANSMITTED
ARE PRESCRIBED BY ORDER No. 49274 DATED DECEMBER 5th, 1932, OF THE BOARD OF TRANSPORT
COMMISSIONERS  FOR CANADA, AND  PUBLISHED  IN THE CANADA GAZETTE.
It is agreed between the sender of the message,- on the face of this form and this Company, that said.Company shall not he liable for damages arising from
failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or
otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher or obscure messages, or for errors from illegible writing, beyond the
amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate, and in that case the Company shall
"be liable for damages, suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200, due to the negligence of the Company in the transmission or delivery of the telegram.
Correctness in the transmission and delivery of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium
thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz.: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and two .per
cent, for any greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not be responsible for messages
until the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices ; if a message is sent to such office by one of the Company's messengers he. acts for
that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone the person receiving the message acts therein as agent of the sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender. This Company shall not be liable in any case for damages, unless the same be claimed, in writing, within sixty days after receipt of the
telegram for transmission.
No employee of the Company shall vary ih§ foregoing.
CLASSES OF SERVICE
full: rate telegram*
A full-rate expedited servlc§«
NIGHT TELEGRAM
Accepted lip to 2 a.m. at reduced rates, to be sent during the night and
delivered on the morning of the next day after their date at places where the
Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on the morning of the next
ensuing business day at places where the Company's offices are not open on
Sundays.
PAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard telegram rates
as follows: One and one-half times the ten-word day telegram rate for the
transmission of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of the initjal rat§ for such
B0 words for each additional 10 word^* or less.
Day letters^ may be forwarded by the Company as a deferred service,
and the transmission and delivery of such Day Letters are, in all respects,
subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate telegrams.
Day Letters may be delivered by the Company by telephoning the same
to the addressees and such deliveries shall be a complete discharge of the
obligation of the Company to deliver.
Day Letters are received subject to the express understanding and
agreement that the Company does not undertake that a Day Letter shall be
delivered on the day of its date absolutelyand at all events; but that the
Company's obligation in this respect is subject to the condition that there
shall remain sufficient time for the transmission and delivery of such Day
Letter on the-day of its date during regular office hours, subj^'-t to the
priority of the transmission of full-rate telegrams under the condition,
named above.
NIGHT LETTERS
Accepted up to 2 a.m. for delivery on the morning of the next day after
their date at places where the Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on
the morning of the next ensuing business day at places where the Company's
offices are not open on Sundays, at rates 'still lower than its standard night
telegram rates as follows: The standard lay rate for 10 words for the
transmission of 50 words -or less and one fifth of the initial rate for such
50 words for each additional 10 words or less'.
Night Letters may, at the option of the Company, be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall be deemed to have discharged
its obligation in such cases with respect to delivery by mailing such Night-
Letters at destination, postage prepaid. FORM 102
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, B.C.    May 10, 1954
Mr. A. W. maekler.
Auditor ef .Agencies,
Montreal, %m*
Yfflwrey -.^yf ?|e^| QfltHH*.
In order to faiilitate the handling ef the
driver, ef autoaobiles and their passenger, oa boarding our
steaaers at Vancouver, laat year it wae arranged te have a
elerk from the above office issue tickets en the «hitrf for
the two heavy Bailings te Banalao.  For thie purpose, he
had a email tieket eaee, with . supply ef the necessary
tickets, which was transported baek and forth froa the
ticket offlee and used at e small desk at ths ..liarf •
This year it le proposed that the facilities
be extended and that a elerk he etatiened there throughout
eaeh day during the summer season.  An enclosed booth, set
up on wheels, is being provided for this purpose and two
clerks will divide the period of duty each day, one working
froa 6.30 a... until 3.30 p.m. and the ether from 3.00 p*m*
until 1G.00 p.a. with tickets being sold fer all sailings
froa Vancouver.
A. this will involve a greater variety ef
tickets and larger stoek being carried in this unit and It
would be acre difficult to transport froa and te tho ticket
offlee, the Wmxt ticket Agent would appreciate if authority
could be given te leave the tickets for this unit, other than
the surplus stoek, In the booth overnight. A proper transfer
of the tickets will be oade between the clerks involved and
their cash balafiaes will be left at the fieket offiee when
net required.
It is proposed that a proper leek bo put
en the cash drawer and the tleket ease within the booth and
that a leek be placed on the doer ef the booth. X have also
advised agent that it will be no.essary for him te obtain
permission te place the booth inside the doors of the shed
for Pier C fox  safe-keeping overnight If the tickets are to
be left as suggested. FORM 102 ("in
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
m   j}   *»
Mr. A. "tl. maekler.
This area is patrolled extensively during
the night by aeafeers of our investigation i>epartaent and it
would appear to ae that the tieketa would be properly safeguarded under this arrangement if approved.
.ill you kindly advise if there are any
objections and if I may advise agent accordingly.
Travelling Auditor. Y
13 5 3 0
Victoria,  ^.Oe Iat,  1953.
' \ /■' IL
xi*aveiling Auditor. ^c^^-*c   sputy
.neouver, B. 0. ^^/—
jear Sir,
With'reference to the question of "bonding of
employees in the Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office.
matter waa dealt with in the General
ranger Agent1a letter to -you of August 4th, 195£.
In thia connection you will 'now find attached
copy of letter of the £7th ultimo from the Wharf Ticket
.agent, Vancouver, B.C.  You will note that he desires to
have Mra. M. Hart, relieving Cashier, bonded.
I bhould be pleased if you will Kindly handle.
ab  matter.
Yours truly,
(^gd)     0.  J.  WilliaiiiS,
ger. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM G~128319
Montreal, June 30, 1953.
Mr. J. S . Drummond,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office.
Referring to your letter of June lf
to Gaptain O.J. Williams, with copy to me concerning
bonded employees at the above office.
Information obtained from Mr. Unwin1s
bonding records reveal Mrs. M. Hart, Relief Cashier, as
bonded for $1000.00.
Will you please mark your records
accordingly.
Auditor oi Age FORM 102 Qin
m
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
ver
,  fila
i in the
of  U
7.. i -
C.C.
» D.    . Molntoah,
,;Uaitor of agencies.
Lentreal,     u.
four letter  of itay isO,   file G~128319« CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM G~12£f 319
FORM 102 CJN
Montreal, May 20, 1953
Mr. L.B. Unwin,
Vice-President of Finance,
Building.
Dear Sir:
Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office
Herewith copy of Travelling Auditorfs letter
May 16, attaching Captain O.J. Williams1, Manager, British
Columbia Coast Steamships, letter dated May 1, and copy of
Mr. S.G. Lemmonfs letter to Captain William April 27, in
connection with the proposed bonding of Mrs. N. Hart, Relief
Cashier in the above office, which is self-explanatory.
he Travelling Auditor is being requested to
inform Captain Williams that in future such requests should
be made direct to your office.
Yours truly,
HEC/EMB
cc: Mr. J.S. Drummond:
Auditor of Agencies
Kindly arrange as suggested in the second paragraph
of this letter and advise when done* CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
« .
Mart.
FILE OR CLAIM
WW m*>
7y .
FORM 102 ("in
letter
I  bonds icouver,
JLJ . W .   ,
•il-27th,   1953,
Bonding   of  3iaployeea  -  Vancouver
Wharf Ticket  Office.
Captain G.J.Williams,
er,  .o* w*u*d *,
Victoria,  B.C.
on lay 1st, Lias       colm, now acting aa
Relg. Cashier* two days each week, will be employed aa Ticket
01er£, from Lay 1st.'to dept. oOth. ana will be replaced by
Mrs. M. Hart. Mrs. Hart will be called upon to act aa Relg.
Cashier during that period and I presume it will be necessary
to arrange bonding in her case.
Our cashiers and relg. cashiers are boiiaed by
Lmeriean surety Company of      ?&, to the amount of
, JOG*Uym ,
Wrill you Kindly forward an application for
bonding and I will arrange-to'have lira. Hart complete same *
and return to you.
S^^u/  b. Gr. he trim on,
uarf ticket Agent.- FORM 102
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM (J     «*     1&8*>1$
Vajaoosiver, B.O* Hovemtoar m%h* 1852
I r«   y.     m ^alntoah,
;,it or of   '-^enaic a,
,'itreal,  ;.&*«*•
Vancouver Uiixri iia^et ^ffiae*
to your letter of yatober 21. fila
S*»i£8^iy, rtgardin,   tha  bonding of employees aoti%, as c^uxc,   .
jilia&tioiia i'c-       I ..as in the -iaerioan surety
Company of I«« ! jom 1< the following m$*mk^m of
the staff aM fomarded to Sir* li. a* Janes* General Passenger
nt, an aejpteaber 2lJth:
1. J. ! fttt&«n*, '
o. illy.
jna will not now be requireu for A*F# Msth?en
who was transferred to Resenrfction ,it on jept# 15th. <~na
i since resigned, from the service of the  Co^pmiy effeative
dept. 30tii.
written to Mr« Japes on -jo to be? o
requesting  that ac ; x oat ion'be  obtained for m        -lion by
L#  3. who will be retjui. •■riodioally to aot as
night oaanier."
travelling Alitor* FORM 102 Qin
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM G~128319
Montreal, October 21, 1952,
Mr. J.S. Druramond,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office.
With reference to your letter of
August 11 concerning the bonding of the fc-1lowing
Cashiers at the above office;
N.J. Matthews
C.P. O'Reilly
W.H. Slim
A.F. Hethven
H.B. Mai com
I shall be pleased to know what
further developments have been made to have these
employees covered by bond.  Will you kindly advise.
SEH FORM 102 QjN
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM Q     m     128319
-   B.O.     August  11th,  1962
MOP ■
10iU
:\ioe<
€..r
%t l:U-..A7 IS
v> f
nt s
have  oean
tiling
Lxtor. FORM 102 QiN
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM G~128319
Montreal, August 7, 1952.
Mr. J.S. Drummond,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.O.
Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office,
Referring to my letter of June 13
concerning the bonding of Cashiers - N.J. Matthews,
A. Methven, W.H, Slim and C.P. O'Reilly at the above
office.
Will you please advise what arrangements
are being made for bonding these employees.
y^>^^
Auditor of AgencJ?tfs7
EEH (0 0 P J)
fj Vancouver, B.C., August 6, 1952
1/52-A.
3GHBING OF EMPLOYEES - VANCOUVER WHARF TICKET OFFICE
Mr. H.A.Lee,
Passenger Traffic Manager
Winnipeg, Man.
The Audit Department here has been dealing
with Mr. Mcintosh, Auditor of Agencies, Montreal, regarding
bonding of Agent and Clerks in Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office.
Mr. Molntosh has written to Mr. Drummond, Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, as follows:
"Our records show that Mr. S.G.Lemmon, Agent, is bonded for
#1,000.00.
"I do not think this bond is necessary since Mr. Lemraon does
not handle any funds.
"Mr. Lemaion should take up with his General Passenger igent
for cancellation of this bond and make application for a
bond in the same amount that is considered sufficient to
cover the position of Cashier.
"When applying he should give the names of the employees
acting as Cashiers, that ia: Mr.11.J.Matthews, Mr. A. Methven,
Mr. W.H. Slim and Mr. C.P. O'Reilly.
"Please advise me what action is taken.*
As I understand it, bonding arrangements are
handled by Financial Vice-President in Montreal, and do not
believe we should be called upon to state the amount of bond
required, or for whom, as believe there is a regular ruling
regarding bonding.
Would appreciate if you will develop to a
conclusion and have any bond deemed necessary arranged.
Mr. Lemmon advises the following five clerks
are now handling cash, acting as cashier and relieving cashier
in the bacn: office:
Fir. H.J.Matthews,    Mr. C.P. O'Reilly,  Mr. W.CI. Slim,
Mr. A.F.Methven,     Miss M.S.Malcolm.
(Sgd) H. C. James. (g on)
Vancouver, B.C., August 4, 1952.
1/52-A.
BONDING OF EMPLOYEES - VANCOUVER WHARF TICKET OFFICE
Mr. H. A. Mills,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
We have been advised by Mr. Lemmon, Wharf
Ticket Agent, Vancouver, that Mr. Drummond, Travelling Auditor
has had correspondence with the Auditor of Agencies regarding
bond arrangement for Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office.
It is my understanding that Ticket Agents
have always been under bond, but Mr. Lemmon states Mr.
Drummond has suggested that bond in the case of Ticket Agent
be removed, but five clerks in that office should be placed
under bond.
We naturally follow instructions from
the Audit Department regarding such matters; therefore, if
you will advise me steps that are necessary in connection
with any bond your Department required, or if you will
arrange suitable bonding direct and let me know aotion taken,
we will be governed accordingly.
H. C. James
m
HCJ/BB General Passenger Agent,
c.c. Capt. O.J•Williams - Your 13530 of July 30th. FORM 102 ("in
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
0128319
Montreal, June 13, 1952.
Mr. J.S. Drummond,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office,
Your letter of June 6.
Our records show that Mr. S.G. Lemmon, Agent,
is bonded for #1,000.00.
I do not think this bond is necessary since
Mr. Lemmon does not handle any funds.
Mr. Lemmon should take up with his General
Passenger Igent for cancellation of this bond and make
application for a bond in the same amount that is considered
sufficient to cover the position of Cashier.
When applying he should give the names of the
employees acting as Cashiers that is: Mr. N.Jr Matthews,
Mr. A. Methven, Mr. W.H. Slim and Mr. C.P. O'Reilly.
Please advise me what action is
taken.
Auditor of Ag<
JR/EEH CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM (J     «*     128^1'J
Vancouver, j.j.    June 6th, 196S
jlntosh,
>r of .agencies,
Lontreal»< -'m#*
f     V.    - *    f '~ ,      -• ..   mm^ -       I '"rf.   '  *:.    .
kil fclst,
prot*
I have again ext
. .,aot for
seoic
ev<       e tnen balances
rei ni sent to
the remittance in a bag
section of the safe*    »   yIU
held for change
required.  ilr. Jli    ^eliev<
sellers, I      Lily,
ilar 01
>ts an
It
• -tior tie-
ghta or eaoa wee
remittance mae
^P
kes up a
up to the
s i I   i
foi:
ere
in
itumees there is 1
section of ,.>afe m
hold oat. MS to
cheques,  it would
available  *
COBSOlii
Uii
active June'14tn.   1
in early sail! FCRM 102 Qin'
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
-  £  -
mmfm   ■*   ■• kolntoeh,      donfd.
at 5.18 a.ia* which- mill he attend
to  M
■- m      '-,,: «
with
jparate
float
74
jm'^\
Vtt   Of
i of
i30St
WOUlu   t*
required ti
i     \mli.jmQ$
iff FORM   102A(1[N
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
Vancouver, B.C., April 2, 1952*
FILE  OR  CLAIM
16-6-5/52-V
VANCOUVER WHARF TICKET OFFICE
Mr. K.A. Mills
Travelling Auditor
Vancouver, B.C.
We have been advised of staff situation
at Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office, of which we believe you
are aware, and present procedure of night Ticket Clerks preparing their remittances for Cashier, also of the balance
of currency building up in Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office
safe over the weekend.
Because of your experience, we would
like your recommendations.
CCJ/BB CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
G-128319
Montreal, April 21, 1952.
Mr. J.S. Drummond,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office.
FORM 102A
Referring to your letter of December 8 concerning
an arrangement to provide the regular cashier with an
additional locked compartment in the office safe.
I would be pleased to know whether the matter has
since been reviewed with the Agent proved and if conditions
remain satisfactory.
Auditor of Agencie
HEC/EEH FORM 102A CK
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
.Y:,t
tcouver,
Montreal,
7 ',.   %
m ,
Vancouver
;et
,     X «/OJL •
h m *t FORM 102A Cjn'
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM G~128319
Montreal, November 29th, 1951.
Mr. J.S. Drummond,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office.
Your letter of August 7th concerning
handling of remittances from night ticket sellers.
In your discussion of this matter with
the Chief Travelling Auditor on August 22ndf you and
Mr. Mills were understood to look into this matter further
and report.
A further report has not yet come to
hand, please advise. / yf       I
$A0£4 SoM^dd,.
Auditor of Agencies.
JR/ESH FORM 102 CjN
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
G - 128«j19
FILE OR CLAIM
tfUi*OOUVt:i'»   iimilm      «U   ^1   Vtn,   19bl
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fey  tho riMt   ;t-
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sellers  o,
interfere
require mi    i
aw  in
to prov id a li
remittances.
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te ticket
i mi ly
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Lioh ia ic*
altt-
nor
a auii CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
FORM 102 ("IN
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II?.     ..',      ;.«    .^^tl-JSh,
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mm?* CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM G~12$319
Montreal, July 30f 1951
Mr. J.S. Drummondf
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office
Referring to your letter of July 20.
When the ticket sellers turn over their remittances
to the senior night Ticket Clerk, who apparently also acts as night
Cashier, does the latter give a receipt for each remittance?
I presume remittances are immediately placed in the
Vault section of the office safe and that combination is known to
the night Cashier. If so, is there any reason why the Vault door
cannot be kept locked at all times? This would provide protection
to funds.
Concerning the regular Cashier, does he also utilize
the Vault section of the safe for the protection of his funds
carried overnight, such as the unused portion of the Float,
remittances received after banking hours, Can. Pac. Express Money
Order cash etc. and is it kept separate in a locked compartment?
I do not recall that there are any such compartments in the Vault
section of the safe at Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office.
I do not concur, at the moment, that an additional
safe is a necessity. In the present safe, it is understood, a
suitable compartment is available intd which the night ticket
seller could place all of the remittances, for which he has given
a receipt, including his own remittance. All items must appear
on his form H.B. for Cashier!s ready reference when checking
remittances next morning. Cashier, of course, should have someone
along with him, preferably the Chief Clerk, when the count is
made in case of any difference. FORM 102 0,
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
-     2    -
When looking into the matter did you ascertain
if night Cashier is bonded and the amount, and if the same man
is always on night duty?
^   Please let me hear further from you. If General
Passenger Agent has had time to consider the matter, what is the
result of his deliberations?
JR/RMB
7.d-/w4Jddri
Auditor of Agencies f—
FORM 102 uS
CANADIAN
PACIFIC   RAILWAY
FILE OR CLAIM
COMPANY                      jfiLi
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
i ah,
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,i¥6 FORM 102  (Tw
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
58790-M.
FILE OR CLAIM
fancouver, B.C. June 9th, 1951
3. km  Mcintosh,
.itor of Agenciest
.■.hixreax, -^uSt
'-fancouver harf Tloket - Gash Balance.
ferring to your letter of Kay 8, file K-58790-H*
I have looked into the question of increased
h balance during summer months and am of the opinion that the
increased amount is required.
In addition to an augmentad ticket selling staff
the business has increased with the City Ticket Office closed
on Saturdays and the new ruling regarding B.C.C.S. reservations
to be picked up within three days and additional selling by the
night staff.
There axe at ve t:.l. sellers with
-.00 balance allowed and two night ti are allowed
an ■  bional .:.200.OO each for ahmr*  and one      slier baa
lon&l 100.00. Tjie additional IX*. 0Q old by the
cashier aJ       50.00 of this will ba retiree: It . the
ndlag addition of another ticket seller*
x
Travelling Auditor. FORM B.C.C.S. 93
Vancouver Wharf ... 19_
Mr. E. S. BRENEN,
Wharf Ticket Agent.
Victoria, B.C.
Please reserve automobile space Victoria to Vancouver as follows:
NAME  _ .	
DATE—Night Steamer  Day Steamer
Advise.
S. G. LEMMON,
Wharf Ticket Agent,
Mr. S. G. LEMMON, Victoria Wharf  19_
Wharf Ticket Agent,
Vancouver, B.C.
The following space has been reserved for the above named on date and steamer requested.
E. S. BRENEN,
Wharf Ticket Agent.
3462   -    15M.    -   5-50 3D cff
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d'A   . CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM        E~5$790-N
Montreal, June 6, 1951.
Mr.J.S.Drummond,
Travelling Auditor,
Bancouver, B.C.
and advise if
cash balance
your report.
JN/CF
Pie?
you have
at above
Vancouver Wharf Ticket
Cash Balance
May 6
ion of
let me
'dy
have
ise  refer to my letter of
5 yet gone into the quest
office, and if so please
Ayt/A'^ 7&m
Auditor of Agencies FORM 102 ft in
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM       E~ 5^790^
Montreal, May B$  1951.
Mr•J.S.Drummond,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver Wharf Ticket
Cash Balance
For a number of years the authorized
Summer Cash Balance at Vancouver Wharf Ticket has been
$1000.00.  Under date of April 2$th Agent requested cash
balance be increased from §800.00 to §1200.00 from May 15
to September 15, 1951 claiming that due to the five day
week the selling staff will be increased to thirteen ticket
sellers.
May 5-
The §1200.00 cash balance was authorized
Will you please go into the question
at your first opportunity and let me have your report, advising if in your opinion there is any necessity for the
additional $200.00.
JN/CF Auditor of Agencies. FORM   102Aft.»N
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM
Vancouver9  B.C. June 9thf 1951*
Mr* D. A. McIntosht
itor of Ag#&oiea9
Montreal,   j0ta#
Vancouver    fa*:rf Bass.     .   obit    5»00 pert of
164.% Balance 3haat Nov* 30th. 1950*
Feferriiif- to your form letter of ?1eo.  13,  1950,
i was unable to find any difference to account
for tha above c AWBras-e which waa apparently caused by an
error in Baking clv.sve.
Traveiling Auditor.
k CANADIAN       PACIFIC       RAILWAY CO..
Office of Auditor of Agencies.
Montreal    /&*. VJ    » <T°
Mr.
/^Pl^yCy^o^t^^
Travailing Auditor
f
8/Dr v Part of  (0*
Balance Sheet Poriod Ending A^&n/: Xo
 m]/&*^^ .
Agent takes Special Debit as above
account unexplained cash overage.
On your next visit to this station
or when in the vicinity, please investigate items of
%  5.00 and over, let me have your comments,in duplicate,
and make any adjustment nocossary.
D. A. Mcintosh
Per
Auditor of Agencies.

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