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Vancouver 8_Cet A$ril jf0the,1958<
Mr*SeBafieavelyf
Chief* T*a*alli)
iffs,
*%rvey of Ti cleat Offices *» Vancoayer BaC»
III accordance with instructions contained im your
file CI£~05O~21 of the 24th• instant, I have again reviewed tha question of
"reducing staff at Vance iivm' ffica,  account ti-ue suvad due to
isplaaei-tauiou of the nei& method of ticket reporting^
I  features were investigated and thoroughly discussed   -
with tha General Passenger Agent, MraCed.Jord.au, Assistant General Agent.
Mr*Q*I*Cleland end Agent, MreHeMeSwan and I regret to state, no means could be
found whereby a staff reduction could ba effected. In feat tuo additional report
clerks will he taken on shortly for the stammer season, in an effort to keep the
reports reasonably up to date anu to take cere of telephone rat© as -■*«• Aa
already mentioned in ay latter of Itcve&ber 6the, 1957 § this office during tha
summer jno&ths of last ymr, mm as many aa twenty-four lays behind ta eafettlttiftg
reports and Agent had to arrange overtime work and pay penalty overtime for sms*
'Uer the survey and all verbal discussions had bmn
completed, 1 requested tha General Passenger AgSftt to again express his opinions
in writing and I am at. ;o, « copy of Ms letter.of April 29th* to aa*
In respect to any reductions in Staff at tha Depot  Ticket
Office here, I Relieve tfr.Jordaa would fee s;ont interested* as a reduction would
reflect a savings £* the operating coat af hie department and if ha could possibly
see his nay elaer to reduce staff he would ba pleased to do ao.
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except for the purpose of cancelling the
tariff unless otherwise specifically authorized by the Commissions.
E. & N.Ry., C.T.C. No. 828
W.R.Ry., C.T.C. No. 48
For cancellations see page 3
Subject to Item A, page 8.
REDUCTION
3rd REVISED TITLE PAGE
Cancels
2nd Revised Title Page
C.P.Ry., C.T.C. No. W. 4070
C.P.Ry., I.C.C. No. W. 1021
For cancellations see page 3
C.P.Ry. No. W. 150-H
E. & N. Ry. No. 35-H
N.A.R. No. 79-F
V. &L.i.Ry. No. 285-A
W.R.Ry. No. 11-F
For cancellations see page 3
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
(LINES PORT ARTHUR, ONT., AND WEST THEREOF)
IN CONNECTION WITH
PARTICIPATING CARRIERS SHOWN ON PAGE 3
SPECIAL, LOCAL, JOINT AND COMPETITIVE FREIGHT TARIFF
OF
RATES, RULES AND REGULATIONS
COVERING
TERMINAL AND TRANSIT ARRANGEMENTS
APPLICABLE AT, AND/OR BETWEEN STATIONS ON
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
(PORT ARTHUR, ONT., AND WEST THEREOF)
THE ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY COMPANY
THE WINNIPEG RIVER RAILWAY COMPANY
AND AT STATIONS ON
VANCOUVER AND LULU ISLAND RAILWAY COMPANY
(Items Nos. 4135, 658, 4660 and 670 only)
ALSO
FROM AND TO STATIONS ON NORTHERN ALBERTA RAILWAYS
AND
TO STATIONS EAST OF PORT ARTHUR, ONT.
As shown in individual items
Governed, except as otherwise provided herein, by Canadian Freight Classification No. 20, I.C.C. No. 183, C.T.C.
No. 1525, of W. J. Prueter, Agent (C.P.Ry. No. W. 111-B).
ISSUED OCTOBER 26,1955
^Reduction.
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T. HOOKS,
Freight Traffic Manager,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway,
Vancouver and Lulu Island Railway and
Winnipeg River Railway,
Canadian Pacific Station,
Winnipeg, Man.
EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1, 1955
Original Tariff effective July 10,1950
(Filed with I.C.C. for information only)
Issued by
S.A. KERR,
Chief of Tariff and Division Bureaux,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Canadian Pacific Station,
Winnipeg, Man.
(Printed in Canada)
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iBeevely:
I am listing below, details of the Staff employed at
fancouver Depot Ticket Offlee* leu this eonperas nith the staff at present
employed at Winnipeg m& Calgary 1 do not know.
1 Chief Clerk
1 Accountant
1 Cashier
1 Combination Night Cashier I Supervisor
1 Combination Ticket Clerk a Assistant Cashier
1 c
hier
1 Clerk B   rspher
2 Combination Report I
J? Front Counter Public
21
Hate -rka
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T-Sveliiag Auditor.
O FORM  102
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY COMPANY
Vancouver, B.C.,  April 29, 1958.
FILE OR  CLAIM
16-6-78/58-A
SURVEY OF  TICKET OFFICES
VANCOUVER, B.C*
Mr*  H.G*. Letch
Travelling Auditor
Vancouver, B.C.
With reference to Mr. Reavely's letter of
April 24th to you concerning Vancouver Depot Ticket Office staff.
We have carefully reviewed question of reporting staff in Vancouver Depot Ticket Office, and cannot possibly
see how we can dispense with one of our two Report Clerks*    In
addition to reporting duties, these Report Clerks are required to
answer telephone inquiries, which becomes an onerous duty, as
there are three incoming trunk lines which must be answered*    In
this connection, I may say reports indicated that on many occasions
last spring and summer all phones into the Depot Ticket Office were
busy with inquiries, which caused considerable concern to our
Vice-Presidents office; it was necessary that overflow of such
inquiry calls be transferred to the City Ticket Office, Hotel
Ticket Office,  and even to this office,  in order to keep abreast
of these calls*
Because of the volume of summer traffic, it
has always been the practice to engage two additional Report Clerks
for this office during the summer months, and for the 195& summer
season we have received authority to employ two temporary Report
Clerks, one from May 1st, the second from June 1st, both until
August 31st*    Without this additional summer report staff, it would
be impossible for this office to handle the volume of accounting
and statistical work and to answer the many telephone inquiries
which are funnelled into the Depot Ticket Office*
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FORM 102 Qin
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM      U 1 D — O 5 0— 7JL
Montreal, April 24, 195$.
Mr. H.G. Letch:
Survey of Ticket Offices
Vancouver, B.C.	
I have been talking with the Auditor of Passenger Receipts
about your letters of last November 6, January 13, February 11 and
12 and March 11 relative to the implementation of the new method
of ticket reporting at Vancouver and frankly Management is not
satisfied.
When the same system was put into operation here atjjlndsor
Station tx^o people, were dispensed with,  A saving of*one clerk jras"
made in Winnipeg and another was let go in Calgary, and inji^H_gf
this it is not understood here why comparable results have notbeen
obtained in Vancouver
Kindly go into this matter again without any delay and see
if a more satisfactory answer canft be given.
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of February 21st9
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y»pooaver B.C**  Dtfot Ticket .Offlee*
lith reference to y^^r file CT.s-6>o-2l
An per Mr#W-Hleyfe request la Ms file
JMlt of the Zlat* ultimo to youf I endeavoured to eeeortain what use wag being
anade of the accounting time eaved. the four beura eaved each month through
not h&ving to eoiapile a card ticket report* averages out ob the baeie of a
thirty day month to eight minutes per day* With the two houra &&**& daily
due to not having to post local atuh ticket aalea in fena *i levleed1*, tha
total ttaa saved would he two hours, eight minutea per day. It ia eontended
this tima ia taken up in answering telephone enqutriea regarding train service
etc., sa the** is no separate department for this pui^oee in fancouver* All
ettah enquiries are auppoaed to he handled by the report clerka.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
(LINES POET ARTHUR, ONT., AND WEST THEREOF)
E. & N.Ry., C.T.C. No. 828
W.R.Ry., C.T.C. No. 48
Tariff C.P.Ry. No. W. 150-H
150th REVISED PAGE 1
Cancels
149th Revised Pagel
C.P.Ry., C.T.C. No. W. 4070
C.P.Ry., I.C.C. No. W. 1021
CARRIERS' INDIVIDUAL TARIFF NUMBERS
E. & N.Ry. No. 35-H                                                 N.A.R. No. 79-F                                                   W.R.Ry. No. 11-F
CHECK SHEET
Pages 1 to 99C, inclusive, of this tariff are effective as of the date shown.
Original and Revised pages as named below, contain all changes from the Original Tariff
that are in effect on the date hereof.
The effective date is shown on each page.
Page
Number of
Page
Number of
Page
Number of
Page
Number of
Page
Number of
No.
Revision
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Revision
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Title
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©Cancelled page.                                                                                 AChange.
ISSUED DECEMBER 27,1957
(Filed with I.C.C. for information only)
By S. A. KERR, Chief of Tariff and Division Bureaux, C.P.Ry. Station, Winnipeg, Man.
(Printed in Canada)
1650—4 0
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLA.M  CTS-65--21
Montreal, February 21, 1958.
Mr. H.G. Letch:
Survey of Ticket Offices
Vancouver	
Further to my letter of February 19 attached please
find copy of still another letter from Mr. Riley which you will
find self-explanatory.
Encl.
Chief, Travelling Staffs. FORM 102
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
LEH fil_orc_.a»m   B-WR
Montreal, February 21, 195&
Mr. S.D. Reavely,
Chief, Travelling Staffs*
Further to your letter of February 14, file
CTS-650-21 regarding report of travelling auditor H.G.
Letch in connection with savings at Vancouver Depot ticket
office following implementation of revised accounting procedures.
In letter dated January 13, the travelling
auditor advised that there was an estimated saving of four
hours each month in compiling the card ticket report and
two hours per day on eliminating the posting of ticket stubs
to form "H" revised*
These savings do not constitute the full time
of a clerk and in themselves would not justify abolishing
a position, so that it is not desirable to press this point
with Mr* Jordan.
However, it will be appreciated if you will
ascertain just what use is being made of the saved accounting time and whether it has enabled the clerks concerned
to assist in other duties.
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Auditor of Passenger Receipts CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Mr.  H.G.  Letch:
FILE OR CLAIM       GTS^U50—21
Montreal, February 19, 195$.
Survey of Ticket Offices
Vancouver   __
Referring to your letter of February 12, file 143-L
in connection with above subject. Your report was sent to the
Auditor of Passenger Receipts and a copy of my letter is attached.
I have now received a reply from Mr. Riley, as per copy,
and I should be glad if you would take the appropriate steps to
follow the matter up as soon as Mr. Jordan arrives at his new
headquarters and let me have a full report.
Ends.
Chief,   Travell-Tstaffs. COPY
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM        CTS —650—21
Montreal, February 14, 195$.
FORM  102A  Q, in ^
Mr. W. Riley,
Auditor of Passenger Receipts.
Your file B-WR.
I referred your letter of February 6 to Travelling
Auditor H.G. Letch at Vancouver and a copy of his reply is attached
for your information.
Will you please say whether you wish me to have Mr.
Letch take the matter up with Mr. Jordan after he has taken over at
Vancouver.
Encl. Chief, Travelling Staffs. COPY
FORM 102 ("IN"
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
Liilxl FILE OR CLAIM B-WR
Montreal, February 17, 1958.
Mr. S.D. *eavely,
Chief, Travelling Staffs.
Thank you for your letter of February 14th, file
CTS-650-21 enclosing report dated February 12th. from Mr. xi.G.
Letch, travelling auditor, regarding savings at Vancouver Depot
Ticket Office following implementation of revises accounting
procedures.
It will be appreciated if you will have this
matter referred to Mr. C.G. Jordan for further study after he
takes over at Vancouver.
sgn. W. Riley
Auditor of Passenger Receipts, o
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W.R.Ry., C.T.C. No. 48
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
(LINES PORT ARTHUR, ONT., AND WEST THEREOF)
Tariff C.P.Ry. No. W. 150-H
SECTION 4
1st REVISED PAGE98A-1
Cancels
Original Page98A-1
C.P.Ry., C.T.C. No. W. 4070
C.P.Ry., I.C.C. No. W. 1021
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Item No.
769
Application
Rates
Road Haul
and Stop-off
Charge
Weight
Transit
Privilege
Applicable
on
Description
of Commodities
Loaded
in Car
TRANSIT PRIVILEGES
Veneer for Manufacturing into Plywood at Fraser Street on the
Canadian Pacific Railway (V. & L.I. Branch) and Reshipment
1. Veneer, carloads, originating at Westply, B.C., on the Pacific Great Eastern Railway
may be shipped to Fraser Street, B.C., on the Canadian Pacific Railway (V. & L.I. Branch)
(see Note) for manufacturing into Plywood and reshipped via Canadian Pacific Railway
(V. & L.I. Branch), New Westminster, B.C., Canadian Pacific Railway or Canadian Pacific
Railway and connections to points in Canada east of British Columbia.
Note—Cars must be delivered to the Canadian Pacific Railway (V. & L.I. Branch) at AVancouver,
B.C., and returned, after the veneer has been manufactured into plywood, to the Canadian Pacific Railway
Company at New Westminster, B.C.
2. Full tariff rate and minimum weight, actual weight if greater, will be charged to
transit point, and on reshipment, charges will be assessed at the balance of the through rate
or rates on Plywood, in effect on date of original shipment, from point of origin to final destination, subject to minimum weight or per car charge, as the case may be, in accordance with
through tariff governing, plus charges shown in Paragraph 3.
3. Charge for road haul and stop-off services on the Canadian Pacific Railway (V. & L.I.
Branch) will be 9 cents per 100 lbs. on the weight of the outbound shipment but not less than
the minimum weight used to arrive at the through charges.
4. The transit privilege will be granted only on the actual weight of the inward shipments
to transit point. If the weight of the outward shipment, or the minimum weight applicable
thereto, exceeds the actual weight shown in the inward expense bill or bills surrendered the
difference will be charged the local carload rate from transit point to final destination, and
such excess may be used to make up the carload minimum.
5. Shipping orders and waybills covering inward shipments to transit point and shipping
orders and waybills covering outwards shipments from transit point, handled under this
arrangement must show a complete description as to the quantities and grades of veneer loaded
in the car.
No substitution of one grade of veneer for another grade of veneer received at transit
point and transmitted under this arrangement will be permitted.
(Concluded on next page) 32902
^Change.
ISSUED JULY 23, 1957 EFFECTIVE JULY 31, 1957
(Filed with I.C.C. for information only)
By S. A. KERR, Chief of Tariff and Division Bureaux, C.P.Ry. Station, Winnipeg, Man.
(Printed in Canada) R.S.
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fancouver B.C. February 11th.,1958,
Q   S-D.RIAVSLY,
MONTREAL QUI.
With acble preserve pressure re your fila
O CTS-650-21 February 5.
H.G.Letck
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
(LINES PORT ARTHUR, ONT., AND WEST THEREOF)
E. & N.Ry., C.T.C. No. 828
W.R.Ry., C.T.C. No. 48
Tariff C.P.Ry. No. W. 150-H
2nd REVISED PAGE 3
Cancels
1st Revised Page 3
C.P.Ry., C.T.C. No. W. 4070
C.P.Ry., I.C.C. No. W. 1021
PARTICIPATING CARRIERS
Railroad
Abbreviations
E. & N.Ry...
N.A.Rys	
V.&L.I.Ry.
W.R.Ry.	
Name of Carrier
The Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company
jNorthern Alberta Railways Company	
X Vancouver and Lulu Island Railway Company	
(Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Lessee)
The Winnipeg River Railway Company	
(Operated by Canadian Pacific Railway Company)
I.C.C.
Concurrence
Form
and Number
F.X.5, No. 1
F.X.5, No. 2
F.X.5, No. 1
F.X.5, No. 2
G.C.
Concurrence
No.
C.T.C.
Atty.
No.
1
2
1
jApplies only in connection with Items Nos. 440, 510, 530, 550, 560, 658, 690, 720, 730 and 760.
XApplies only in connection with Items Nos. 4135, 658, 4660 and 670.
LIST OF TARIFFS CANCELLED IN FULL BY THIS TARIFF
Carrier
Canadian Pacific Railway Company (Lines Port Arthur, Ont., and West
thereof)	
Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company	
Northern Alberta Railways Company	
Vancouver and Lulu Island Railway Company (Canadian Pacific Railway
Company, Lessee)	
Winnipeg River Railway Company (Operated by Canadian Pacific Rail
way Company) _	
Tariff
No.
W.150-G
35-G
79-E
285
11-E
C.T.C.
No.
W. 3911
790
34
I.C.C.
No.
W. 990
4Reduction.
ISSUED OCTOBER 26,1955 EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1,1955
(Filed with I.C.C. for information only)
By S. A. KERR, Chief of Tariff and Division Bureaux, C.P.Ry. Station, Winnipeg, Man.
(Printed in Canada)
1600 —
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Vancouver B.C. February 11th.,1958*
Mr.S.D.Heavely,
Chief, Travailing Staffs,
Montreal 3ue.
With reference to your fila CTS-650-21 of tha 5th. instant
and copy of icr.W.Iiley* s fila 1-ffH of February 4th. to you relative to savings in
accounting time at Vanaouver B.C. Depot Ticket Office.
Aa requested I have been endeavouring to contact a
representative of the Passenger Traffic Department here. I have bean unable to do
ao as yet in view of the fact they have been very busy with Mr. Ian iarrea,
General Passenger Traffic Manager, from Montreal. I have arranged to contact
Mr.G.I.Cleland, Assistant General Passenger Agent, fancouver B.C., at the first
available opportunity and will do s®#
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(LINES PORT ARTHUR, ONT., AND WEST THEREOF)
E. & N.Ry., C.T.C. No. 828
W.R.Ry., C.T.C. No. 48
Tariff C.P.Ry. No. W. 150-H
11th REVISED PAGE 4
Cancels
10th Revised Page 4
C.P.Ry., C.T.C. No. W. 4070
C.P.Ry,, I.C.C. No. W. 1021
INDEX OF ARRANGEMENTS
DESCRIPTION
Allowances:
Bulkheading Cars for Match Block Loading at
Nelson, B.C	
Car Doors, Temporary
Mileage,    on   Live   Poultry Cars  of  Private
Ownership	
Mileage, on Tank Cars of Private Ownership.
Agricultural Implements, stop-off for partial unloading.
Ammonia, Phosphate of, for Storage and Reshipment
Ammonia, Sulphate of, for Storage and Reshipment
Animals, Dead or Crippled, Removal from Cars of
Livestock _	
Apples, Green, for Storage and Reshipment	
Automobile Tires, for Storage and Reshipment	
Bagging Clay, in Transit	
Bagging Seeds, in Transit...	
Baler Twine, Stop-off in Transit for Partial Unloading	
Bananas, Import, Stopped-off for partial unloading
Beans, Dried, Stop-off at Specified Points in Western Canada for Cleaning and/or Splitting and
Reshipment.
Beans, Soya, Stopped-off at Brandon or Winnipeg,
Man., for Cleaning and/or Storage and Reshipment 	
Berthing, Wharfage and Handling Charges at Fort
William and Port Arthur, Ont.	
Binder Twine, Stop-off in Transit for Partial Un
loading	
Blocking Charges,  for Furnishing     Labor     and
Material	
Bones, Unground, Stopped-off to Complete Loading.
Bracing Shipments, Charges for Material.......	
Bulkheading Cars for Match Block Loading at
Nelson, B.C., Allowance for 	
Butter, C.L. or L.C.L. to points in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario, for Storage
and Reshipment	
California State Tolls ..	
Canned Goods, Stop-off on for Completion of Load
Canned Goods Stopped-off in Transit for Partial
Unloading 	
Canned Goods for Storage at Winnipeg, Man.
Car Demurrage R ules and Charges, Tariff Reference
Car Doors, Temporary, Allowance for.
Car Linings Used for Protection of Perishable
Freight in Transit, Return of	
Cars:
Bulkheading,   for   Match   Block   Loading   at
Nelson, B.C., Allowances for._	
Cleaning of,  used in Transportation of Live
Stock.. >
Disinfecting of, used in Transportation of Live
Stock	
Live Poultry, Charge for use of	
Live Stock, Charges for Partitions in...	
Live Poultry of Private Ownership, Rules and
Mileage Rate Allowances on	
-Doi,™ tt^o^ /Charges for Use of	
Palace Jiorse ^Minimum Weights lor Freight in
Refrigerator, Detention Charges on	
Refrigerator for C.L. Shipments of Potatoes or
Vegetables, Charges for Use of._	
Refrigerator, Heated, Charges for Use of for
C.L. Shipments _.._	
Refrigerator, Heated, Charges for Use of, for
C.L. Shipments Apples 	
Refrigerator, Heated, Charges for Use of for
L.C.L. Shipments
Sanding of, for Live Stock....
Supplying Box in Lieu of Stock...	
Tank Cars, of Private Ownership, equalization
of Mileage on, also Mileage Allowances on..1
Item
Nos.
40
10
30
20
505
615, 616
615, 616
360, 370
510, 520
768
595
745, 760
545
547
530, 700
540
169
545
50
550
500
40
560
220
570, 580
565
575
60
10
410
40
270
270
240,250,260
280
30
230
230
400
490
420
430
440
310
290
20
DESCRIPTION
Cattle:
Completion of Load in Transit	
Feeding of, in Transit	
Change of Destination of Cars in Transit	
Charges:
For Dockage at Fort William and Port Arthur, Ont	
For Wharfage at Fort William and Port Arthur, Ont.....
For Heated Refrigerator Cars from Kingsgate,
B.C., on Shipments of Apples originating in
Idaho, Oregon and Washington 	
For Loading and Unloading of Freight by Means
of Power Cranes or Derricks	
For Material for Bracing Shipments at Arrowhead, Procter or Robson West, B.C	
On  Perishable  Freight in  Less-than-carloads
Requiring Heated Car Service.-	
Special Freight Train Service	
Special Train Service Required for the Loading
or Unloading of Carloads Between Stations.
Cheese, L.C.L. to Calgary, Edmonton, Alta., St.
Boniface,  Winnipeg,  Man.,  for Storage  and
Reshipment	
Clay, Bagging in Transit	
Cleaning:
Beans, Dried, at points in Wrestern Canada, and
Reshipment	
Cars Used in Transportation of Live Stock	
Elevators out,  at Stations on the Canadian
Pacific Railway (Lines Port Arthur, Ont., and
West thereof)	
Peas, Dried at Points in Western Canada and
Reshipment	
Peas, Dried, at Brooks and Medicine Hat, Alta...
Soya Beans at Brandon or Winnipeg, Man., and
Reshipment	
Seed, in Transit —	
Cocoanuts and Bananas, Straight or Mixed Carloads or when Mixed with other Fruits and/or
Vegetables, Carloads, Protective Service for
Completion of Load in Transit:
Bones, Unground	
Canned Goods 	
Fruit and Vegetables..
Hides-	
Live Poultry	
Live Stock	
Lumber.	
Pelts 	
Shingles 	
Skins	
Wool..
Compounds, Fertilizer, for Storage and Reshipment
Compounds, Motor Fuel Anti-knock, Storage at
Coquitlam, B.C
Condensed or Evaporated Milk for Storage at
Winnipeg, Man
Creosoting of Lumber and Forest Products, in
Transit.
Crippled Animals, Removal from Cars of Live Stock
Cross Arms, Stop-off for Creosoting or Preservatively Treating 	
Dead Animals, Removal from Cars of Livestock...
Demurrage, Rules and Charges, Tariff Reference	
Detention Charges on Refrigerator Cars 	
Disinfecting Cars Used in Transportation of Live
Stock.
Diversion of Carload Freight, in Transit	
Dockage Charges at Fort William and Port Arthur,
Ont.
Doors, Car, Temporary, Allowance for.	
Drenching of Hogs and Sheep in Transit 	
Dressing of Lumber in Transit 	
'In the shell, for Storage and Reshipment..
Shelled, for Storage and Reshipment	
Eggs
Item
Nos.
300
330
100
170
190
430
80
500
440
120
130
590
595
530, 700
270
90
530
700
540
745, 760
420
550
570, 580
652
649|
390
300
670
649|
670
649|
780
615, 616
685
690
' 720, 730,
765
360,370
720, 730
360, 370
60
400
270
100
170
10
340
658
600
610
ISSUED FEBRUARY 14,1955 EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 21,1955
(Filed with I.C.C. for information only)
By J. P. IVlcEWAN, Chief of Tariff and Division Bureaux, C.P.Ry. Station, Winnipeg, Man.
(Printed in Canada)
1600 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
F.LE OR CLAIM      CTS-650-21
Montreal, February 5, 19 5$ •
Mr. H.G. Letch:
This refers to my letter of January 9 and your reply
of January 13, relative to savings in accounting time at Vancouver,
B.C. Depot Ticket Office as a result of the revised method of
ticket reporting put into effect there some time ago.
Attached is a further letter from the Auditor of
Passenger Receipts which requires your attention.
to reply.
Kindly let me have your answer quickly to enable me
Encl.
Chief, Travelling^Staffs. CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM        LJ — 'iiUm
Montreal, February 4, 195$
Mr. S.D. Reavely,
Chief, Travelling Staffs.
Thank you for your letter of January 29th, file
CTS-650-21 enclosing Travelling Auditors1 Reports regarding
savings in accounting time at the Depot Ticket offices at
Winnipeg, Calgary and Vancouver.
It is noted that at Winnipeg and Calgary one
accounting clerk was laid off last November and I am now
asked to explain why a similar saving was not made at
Vancouver.
It will be appreciated if you will have Travelling
Auditor again see the traffic people at Vancouver and ascertain why no staff saving was effected at the Depot Ticket Office,
(Sgd.)  W. Riley,
Auditor of Passenger Receipts.
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Beport #f OSS
yaa«wtf»r B»C«,« repot Ticket Office
With refurenes to your file 0fl4jU> tl
of the ftfcu instant re above*
In accordance with your instructions* I
have again irieited the Depot Ticket Office in regards to time saved dae to
the revised method of reporting card end local stab ticket sales*
Although there ere two matte in this
offleet only one wait functions currently. That its the units ere alternated
eeeh month, the unit from, which sales are being made tMs month will not
function nmxt  aftath end vies versa* the unit not in general use is cheeked,
re stocked and used whenever ticket stock is required to cover sales »ede
to Irene Pacific passengers on board the Orient Line steamers arriving in
fancouver and only for© tickets would be used.
Pue to the fact only one unit et a time Ii
aerklttf on e fall tiae heel®, thers ie not e very greet eme&t of time' saved
by the nee method, fhe nearest estimate which «se cen make, would be four
hours saved such month in the compiling of the card ticket report end two
hours per day due to the neceeeity of posting stub tickets to the form
m Hevlsed** being abolished.
I trust the information contained herein
iiill meet with your requirements*
travelling Auditor,
o CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
(LINES PORT ARTHUR, ONT., AND WEST THEREOF)
ORIGINAL PAGE76B
E. & N.Ry., C.T.C. No. 828
W.R.Ry., C.T.C. No. 48
Tariff C.P.Ry. No. W. 150-H
SECTION 4
C.P.Ry., C.T.C. No. W. 4070
C.P.Ry., I.C.C. No. W. 1021
Item No.
TRANSIT PRIVILEGES
©616
4
Application
Fertilizer Compounds (manufactured fertilizers); Fertilizer, viz.: Phosphate of
Ammonia (Ammonium Phosphate), Sulphate of Ammonia and/or Superphosphate,
Carloads, from Kimberley and Warfield, B.C., for Storage and Reshipment.
Rates
Minimum
Weight
Stop-off
Charge
Out-of-Line
Haul Charge
One Stop-off
Only
Weight
Transit
Privilege
Applicableon
Expense Bills
and Waybills
Time Limit
of Reshipment
1. Fertilizer Compounds (manufactured fertilizers); Fertilizer, viz.: Phosphate of Ammonia
(Ammonium Phosphate), Sulphate of Ammonia and/or Superphosphate, carloads, originating
at Kimberley and Warfield, B.C., may be shipped to:
Brandon, Man., North Battleford, Sask.
Calgary, Alta. Portage la Prairie, Man.
Edmonton, Alta., Regina, Sask.,
Lethbridge, Alta., Winnipeg, Man.,
Moose Jaw, Sask. Yorkton, Sask.,
for storage and subsequent reshipment to destinations in Western Canada or the United States.
2. Shipments to be billed to storage point at rate applicable thereto, and on reshipment
will be assessed the balance of the rate in effect on date of original shipment from point of
origin to final destination, plus stop-off charge shown in Paragraph 4, and out-of-line haul
charge, if any, as shown in Paragraph 5.
3. Shipments to and from storage point will be subject to tariff minimum weight.
4. Charge for stop-off will be 4 cents per 100 lbs.
5. When storage point is not in direct line from point of origin to final destination, charge
for out-of-line haul will be 2J cents per ton of 2,000 lbs. per mile, minimum 20 miles.
6. Only one stop-off will be permitted.
7. The transit privilege will be granted only on the actual weight of the inward shipments
to storage point. If the actual weight of the outward shipment exceeds the actual weight
shown on the inward expense bill or bills surrendered, the difference will be charged the local
carload rate from storage point to final destination.
8. The transit privilege will apply only when the shipper presents inward receipted expense
bill or bills for cancellation at the time the bill of lading covering reshipment from storage
point is tendered to the Agent. The Agent must endorse particulars of outward shipment
on the receipted expense bill or bills surrendered for cancellation and on waybill from storage
point show reference to inward waybill or waybills.
9. Under this arrangement reshipment must be made within six months after date of
receipt of the traffic at storage point, otherwise local rates to and from storage point will apply.
10. Applicable only on shipments leaving point of origin on or after November 1, 1954.
Expires with December 31,1955, unless sooner cancelled, changed or extended.
36420
©Rates and Charges in this Item are NOT subject to increases provided in Item A.
^Reduction.
ISSUED NOVEMBER 4,1954 EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 11,1954
(Filed with I.C.C. for information only)
By J. P. McEWAN, Chief of Tariff and Division Bureaux, C.P.Ry. Station, Winnipeg, Man.
(Printed in Canada)
1600 FORM 102 CK
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM     CT8-650-21
Montreal, January 9, 1958.
Mr. H.G. Letch:
With reference to your letter of November 6 regarding
possible savings at the Vancouver Depot Ticket Office under revised
reporting procedures.  Copy of a further letter received from the
Auditor of Passenger Receipts dated January 2 is enclosed herewith
and is self-explanatory.
I should say that I am informed that the reason for
referring this matter back to you is that your previous reply
went to top level where interest is being taken in developing the
best possible procedures.  Agents should not think that this is
an attempt to restrict the numbers of their staff.
A direct reply to the fourth paragraph of the
attached letter is requested.  Most Agents refer to increased
business and this factor must be allowed for, as implied in the
phrase "comparable amount of sales". In other words you are
requested to state what percentage of man hours involved in
ticket recording and reporting has been saved assuming that the
volume of business had remained static.
Chief, Travelling Staffs LEH
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   C
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File No...	
Montreal,  January 2,  195&
Mr. S.D. Reavely,
Chief, Travelling Staffs.
Further to my letter of October 31st., 1957
and replies from Travelling Auditors under your file CTS-
650-21 regarding possible savings at the Depot Ticket offices
at Winnipeg, Calgary, and Vancouver following implementation
of revised procedures for reporting card ticket sales and
the daily reporting of local coupon ticket sales ♦
The information furnished by the Travelling
Auditors relating to Calgary and Vancouver offices covers
the overall situation after taking into account increased
volume of sales, staff changes and inexperienced help, etc,,
while the reply from Mr. G.A. Cannon concerning Winnipeg
Depot Ticket office merely expresses a general opinion♦
The intention of the new procedures was to give
some relief to the ticket agents by avoiding duplication of
transcription of detailed records,, and the elimination of
jyHtpig up the d_e¥aiTed card ticket sales reports must have
IreHi^^^ , by
writing up the ticket stubs daily direct on to the report
forms and thereby eliminating the entries in the Daily Ticket
Book must have produced a saving of effort*
We are now requested to measure as closely as
possible the amount of accounting time which would be saved
by reporting a comparable amount of sales to those for last
year by using the new procedures irrespective of any changes
of staff or fluctuation of volume of traffic*  Perhaps this
can be expressed as a percentage of man hours used for the work.
It will be appreciated if you will kindly arrange
for the Travelling Auditors to obtain this information as soon
as convenient» h \
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Auditoi/ of Passenger Receipts« 1 4 3 * h  ■
faneouver B.C., lovemfeer &th.,i?37«
Mr.S.B.fieavely,
Chief, travelling Staffa,
iontresl iue.
ieport #2067
faneouver B.C. Depot Ticket Office
nth reference to your fila GTS-650-21
of tha let. instant and itr.V.Riley* a file I**! of October Jlst. re above,
I have thoroughly discussed with Agent*
-c'want the question of revised reporting of card tickets and daily reporting
of loaal coupon sales. Regarding reduction in overtime* Agent advisee, this ia
tip first year ia which overtime hae had to be paid account compiling reports. :
Ma had to admit he could not blame this entirely on the new system. Ha has bad'
a considerable increase in business, also a heavy turnover of staff, which
sloped down, tha compiling of these documents to a great exteftt,
ilth tha increase in busings and nm  atafff
it was not found that the reporting clerks could ba utilised for other duties.
No positions ware abolished. In fact Agent contends he ia having all ha can do
to get along with tha staff ha tea at present. He eontandg, insofar as Ma office
ia concerned, although he ia quite satisfied with the new system, no savings of
any kind can ba effected. In  fact in acme instances the worn hsa actually
increased due to tha necessity of no^ having to make a daily breakdown of figures
for statistical reports to the Passenger .Department, rather than twice a month
aa in the past. Be also finds that it ia more work whan the Passenger Department
raanes a special request for a report on various types of traffic handled during
a previous month, fhst inataad of referring to two reports for the particular
month for which the figurea are required, he haa to go through each daily report
for the full month. I might add that in acme instances during the .sunaer months,
this office waa m  taueh aa twenty~four days behind in submitting reports and
Mr. alley found it necessary to wire Agent re the delay. Again I would say a let
of tha delay would fee due to increased business and inexperienced etaf f.
Travailing auditor. m
FORM 101A(S^)
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
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FILE OR CLAIM                                                                                                             ^^F
CTS~85C%1
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HoatrtaxWembor Irt,  -57.
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attached you wi^i find  cov   ®f ® xctt^r jturfe r«o#if#l
from the   Auditor of   iassenger Keceipts which requires your
attention.
ly look  I.at                                                             let ®*
ha            ir report  in orler  that                 IpXj   to    Er*   Ril#y at
an early date.
Chief, Travelling Staffs. CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
RB , r,_,o_cuA,M      B-1R
Montr.al, October 3l«t, 1V57«     *
Mr* S« D# Reavely,
Chief, Travelling Staffs*
Referring to your file CTS-650-21 ia which you
advised that the implementation of revised procedures for reporting
sard ticket galas and tha daily reporting of loeal coupon tickets
ware working satisfactorily at tha Depot Ticket offices at
Winnipeg, Calgary and Vancouver*
At the time whan thaaa procedures wera under discussion
with tha Ticket Agents it was stated that although some saving in
accounting time could ba anticipated, it would not ba possible
to evaluate tha saving until tha necessary staff changes mm mada
and tha ravlaad method of reporting had been in operation far
some time*
As tha dally reporting has been in affect since March
1st*, following tha introduction of tha modified ear A ticket
report last November, it should now be possible to measure amy
savings which may have baan realised*
As It is understood that the reporting and accounting
clerks at these offices are used extensively for relief work
and other non-accounting duties, it may be that tha saving in
accounting time has resulted In a reduction of overtime, more
availability for other work and so avoid engaging additional help
at peak periods, or possibly one or more positions may be abolished*
Rather than write direct to the Ticket Agents for
this information, perhaps you will kindly arrange for the Travelling
Auditors to see them and advise just what savings have or can be
realized at these three ticket offices*   »
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J ^ lis.
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Auditor of/Passenger Receipts* * t
Vancouver 9.C. ^arch 6th.,1957*
Mr.S.D.leavely,
Chief, Sravelling staffs,
Montreal Qjue. biXuisuis
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flenort #&<)$$
Daily Reporting - Local Coupon Ticket Sales
• Vancouver 8.C.Depot Tieket Office.
; tilth reference to your fila CTS~6S0-21
of January jflst., and Mr.i.Hlay1 a file B/IL of January 29th., attached thereto,
in re above.  ;
Tim new system of daily reporting of
ioeal Coupon tickets la now in operation at the Vancouver Hepet Ticket Office.
At present, no dlffiowXtUMI have developed, and reports are going forward
promptly*-'It is anticipated, that there will be mm delay to the forwarding
of reports covering tickets issued to passengers oa arrival of deep sea vassals,
owing to the volume of tickets issued, and the large nuraber of exchanges involved.
Agent has also pointed out, that during
the summer laomths, the regular traffic increases vastly, with an attendant
increase in tickets issued and telephone enquiries made by prospective patrons.
At present, the report clerks also act as information clerks, and if the daily
reports are to be submitted promptly, it .may be necessary to increase the staff
during the summer season.
Travelling Auditor.
y   ;-,vc^ FORM   2413
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LAND   DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B.C.
May 20, 1947
At an Audit of this Department your Contract No.
Cov
enng
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 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. • •
FORM  102A  rCiN
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM GTS—650—21
Montreal, January 31, 1957.
Mr. H.G. Letch:
Daily Reporting - Local Coupon Ticket Sales
Enclose copy of letter dated January 29, to
myself and to Depot Ticket Agent, Vancouver, from Auditor
of Passenger Receipts which is self-explanatory.
Would you please be good enough to let me
have your report after March 1, when you have completed the
assignment.
Encl.
Chief,  Travelling-Staffs. COPY
  FORM 102 Qn^
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
JrD file or CLAIM        B/LJLt.
Montreal, January 29, 1957.
Mr. S.D. Reavely,
Chief, Travelling Staffs.
jaily Reporting - Local Coupon Ticket Sales.
Further to my letter of August 15, 1956 regarding
implementation at Winnipeg, Calgary and Vancouver Depot
offices of a system of semi-monthly reporting of card
tickets using the new forms AFSA 414 (c) and Summary.
This new system has been in operation since November 1 and it has now been decided to implement a change from
a semi-monthly to a daily reporting of local coupon ticket
sales.
Attached are duplicate copies of our letter to
the Agents concerned and you will note that March 1, 1957
is considered as a suitable date to effect the change to
the daily reporting.
In view of the discussions that your Travelling
Auditors have had with Agents at Winnipeg, Calgary and Vancouver Depots on this subject of daily reporting, it would
be appreciated if you could arrange for them to give the
Agents any help that they may need to efficiently place the
new system in operation.
¥. Riley,
Auditor of Passenger Receipts. JJ4
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
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FORM   101CK
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILEORCLA.M G#2    0    6    ?    4    Jt
Calgary April 14th. 1956.
Mr.M 0 Barber,
Vancouver Depot Ticket Office*
R»Mo£waa9  Agent*
As instructed ia y>ur letter of march  20th.,a survey of conditions
has bean made at above office and I attach hereto my report H0.3819 to cover.
Th® Agent at th© present time has 21 members of a staff which consifet
of,   1*Chief Glerk*
1. Account ant
l.Cashier *     1  , 1  \
XmSupervisor & Migfct Cashier* C&mu^^nu^^ J
K 1 Sight Asst*Asst* Cashier and Ticket Seller
x l.Asst*Cashier and Ticket Sailer
/ Wm 10*Tiekl%* Sellers*       ■ ■ ./    d    *
1 Clark Stenographer* -,.
2 Information 01©rksf (^^J^jUmm^i ^m^j&^^^^*
and in addition to this number there are 10 other clerks,made up of 1 Supervisor of'
Reservations and 9 Reservation Clerks, all of whom are located in a separate office
and.are of no assistance to the Agent insofar as accounting and ticket selling is
concerned*neither are the 2 Information Clerks*
Tim  four.members of the Staff who are most interested in accounting
and reporting are the Account ant, Cashier and the two accounting clefc&s^
fhebAc count ant whose hours of duty are fro:    . to 5 .P:v_.Monday to
Friday,checks the rates as shown on the ticket stubs and on the warrants, as well as
HB*sheets and attachments, outstanding book, conductors remittances and refunds*
Amalgamates all H B Sheets to the master sheet for the office*fhe entering,extend!r FORM   IOlG»
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM
Mr* 1UC Biprber*
and balancing of the daily sales in the suomary books,foam H.revised,is also attended
to by the Accountant. On Saturday the.Accountant is relieved by Might Asst*Cashier and
on Sunday by the Asst.Cashier and ticket seller*
fhe Cashier on duty 8*30 Mi.  to. 5*30 PM.,Monday to Friday,In addition
to attending to the many duties required in the handling of cash,such as the remittances
frcm ticket sellers,the making up of remittances and taking mmm  to the Local frees*
mrer,four times daily, the equipping of the office with change for sellers,obtained from
the flank each morning, also compiles the monthly balance sheet and all attachments in
also
connection therewith.* fhe selling of money orders and Travellers cheques is ate looked
after by the Cashier*®! Saturday the Cashier is relieved by th© Asat.Cashier and Ticket
seller and on Sunday by the Supervisor and Kight Cashier*
Of the two account!;.    *ks,wha5© hours of iuty are from  9.AM.to 6 Pit
•day to friday and 1.30 Ki* to 10.30 Wk%'Tuesday to Saturday, altexztatl&g weekly,compile
and balance Local and Sleeping car reports,and check attachments etc., in connection
therewith* The late trick, 1*30 to 10*30 Pk.,Clerk,itakes the daily cut off of the
entire selling stock at close of days business,and balances the card ticket sales prior
to leaving the office*Telephone enquiries as to rates,routing etc., is also looked after
by the two clerks,and during lunch periods of the laforiaation Bureau staff, Urn the
relief is supplied by the accounting clerk on duty*
The use of form A£*414 has nm^r  been recognized in this office and'in
lieu thereof book form H revised is in operation,wherein all tickets are recorded,thr /■-   -    - -   —-
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM
Mr*! C Barber,
books for each unitf, one captioned wLocalrt the other "Interline11 and the third "Sleepers*
There ar© two Units equally equipped,which are alternated monthly for \
regular, selling. As an example during the month of April Unit fio.l.is being used*How~
ever due to the arrival of the S*S*Orlon April 2*W&t#Unit No 2 is being utilized for the
advance ticketing of this ship,which on being completed,Unit No.2 will be closed until
May lat.tshen same will be placed in regular operation for that months and Unit No*2
closed and so remain until June 1st.,unless sooner required for the ticketing of special
movements*
reporting
Mr.MeSwan is of the opinion the system of semi monthly ggpfMstg: of card
tickets { Hail Sleepers and Parlor Car ) using the new foro Af *8A*414 ff and summary
to do so,and the daily reporting of other ticket stock { Other than Card or fully printed
tickets.) has merit,but makes a proviso that to do so in the manner he would wish to see
it done,noise arrangements would have to be made in relieving his two accounting clerks
of their answering telephone enquiries,thus permitting them to give full time to their
accounting duties*
Passenger Revenue in 195* was #1*754*352.24 and U 1935 H.8$7**JJ.5J*an
increase in 1955 over 1954 of #103*087*29* The average number of tickets issued and
reported monthly for 1955 was 8135*
[•availing Auditor* f—=-     — —-
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
G~206943
March 20, 1956*
Mr# J.F. Laverty:
Vancouver Depot, Wharf and
City Ticket Offices
As you probably know H.G. Letch is tied up with
a special assignment in Vancouver and he is not apt to be
free for some little time.
It is desired that surveys be made at the above-
mentioned offices similar to those you made at Calgary
Depot and City Ticket Offices and accordingly, just as
soon as you have finished the job you are presently working
on, please arrange to go to Vancouver, make the necessary
studies and let me have your reports.
Papers similar to those furnished you for the
Calgary surveys are attached*
Chief, Travelling Staffs* FORM 102
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
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FILE OR CLAIM
Af&SA-L-205663
Montreal*. February 7f 1956.
i
Mr. H.G. Barber:
During last year a surbey was made of
the accounting work and cashiers1 work in the Windsor
.on ticket office and also Toronto Union     on
ticket ofilce d*> well as the Toronto City Office, with
a Via* be ^ing the work, if possible.
As result of the* recommendations made
in connection with Windsor Station, some staff reduction
has been realized and more are anticipated,  in connection
with Toronto, the survey did not indicate that any
immediate staff reduction could be made but it was felt
thot ^iJcLlon  of the new card ticket report form 'would
result in some saving 0        which some overtime could
be reduced and possibly, if the statistical work could be
reduced, a reduction of one utility clerk mi^ht be realised.
surveys were conducted at the suggestion
of the Assistant Comptroller and an understanding was
reached that if the changes proposed for Montreal and Toronto
appeared to have merit, surveys would also be made of the
ticket offices at Winnipeg, Calgary find Vancouver.
The surveys at Montreal and Toronto were
made by Kaaars. H* Riley and A.D. Gilchrist, Assistant
Auditor of Freight and Station Accounts and Assistant Auditor
Passenger Receipts, respectively, and Mr. J.S. Harvie,
your travelling auditor, was also present during the Toronto,
survey so that he would be familiar with the meeker when
and if the changes are put into force at Toronto.
As far as the Western Stations are
concerned it is felt that the survey should he  made by
travelling auditors and for that purpose we are enclosing
seven copies of the report on the survey at Toronto Union
Station ticket office along with sample sets of the new
card ticket sales report and summary which would be used
/ FORM 102 QJN
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
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FILE OR CLAIM ,-2051
Mr.  , .C.  :;-trber: *• 2 ~
>Iace of the present form if the new system is adopted.
attached copy of letter dated July 11,
br* 8#A« Jennings, ti'      ttt, Windsor
with copy of the instructions regarding the
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handl .  cash under . ation
tic Lea proc ewhat than
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instructions to iir. Jennings would probably not be applicable
to other stations, particularly with respect to the handling
of cash.      *e#f| the instructions mainly deal with the
ticket reporting and we believe will be generally useful
to fchi   railing auditors in i PTfey*
Th7- ta are bein, so
that you will be able to furnish tha tra        iitor
at each point Kith two copies if you desire to do ao.
Adoption of thia new system do^s result
in some extra work in the office of  the Auditor of Passenger
Receipta but if savings can be realised at all or any of
the three western points in question this might be sufficient
to warrant the extra work here.  However, the advantages of
adopting the new procedure would be developed by the
travelling auditors1 survey.
It will be appreciated if you will arrange
for these surveys but if you would like to discuss the
matter with us beforehand ws would be very glad to do so.
(Signed) G.u. • rooks. C#H# Maugham#
Auditor Freight k
Station Accounts.  Auditor of Passenger Receipts. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Joint survey byi
* .  ley - Asst.Auditor - Freight    ;tion Accounts,
ilchrist - Asst,   tor - Passenger coecipts,
Mr,     arvie - Travelling cuditor, Toronto, was present
the survey of procedures and staff dut
T: Ticket Agent and 1*0  staff as follows:
3
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gents
1
iphar
15
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14
Ini
2
Infor
•
1
.--counts
1
count*
y 7 A
7
-;aount:
rka
1
Chie^
ei shier
13 members of the staff are    aed to Accounting or Cashier
work, but it    ascertained that many of them perform duties other
than those necessary to meet th    .nirtMarits of the Accounting
Department for the      ition of ticket sales reports and monthly
balance sheet .
The main exti      dutiea undertaken by the Accounts   -iff
■e as follows:*
1* One Accounting Clerk works      :-rday    unday nights to
act as relief on the Information      ad therefore is allowed
• Mono--     'uesday as rest days*
2* One Accounting Clerk act:-     Lief on the Information Counter
durin.    lunch period each day* form lot   (;,<*
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3# Reliefs are obtained from the Ac conn- sn clerks
on the Information Telephone Board are absent on account of
sickness, etc*
4*     ccounting Glerk accompanies Cashier when remitting to
. i i occasionally tue Clerk, a, when large amounts of
silver and coir:    required*
5# A considerable amount of time la spent by the Accountants
and Clerks in compiling   ious statistical records*
As an indication of the amount of worl
folio*' •                 1st of varioia         tist
by tte Genera)                              it and th€
to compile them*
l involved
*ical repc
I, the
>rts required
timi; _.-■;ken
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lily Pares
Bargain Excursions
25 day excursion                      irltli
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5
16
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
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hours (monthly)
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Teacher                          ',s
Chrlstr*;
y^by-Day period report
r Line Competition
Lssioi
■•ak-end far-
C ifter last
(date of
(sale.
■      (Monthly)
»              n
mins.
■ mpj  of a letter fron Hr*  . • uchanan dated September 9t
1955 is attached, in ^lich request is made for detailed information
relating to business attracted to ^The Canadian11* At the time of
the survey this wrk was in hand and it was understood that it could
not be completed in normal office hours, but i^ould be progressed by
the Accountant working late*
! t;he various requirements of the Traffic Department for
Stat!    1 in!     • .      be curtailed, this wuld result in the
i^rk of the accounting staff being reduced accor    f* CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
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6*    There i. ;en_ent i. tct under which payment for
Lcity bill: .   to the Cashier at the
Ifice*
m average, about $0 bills per month o the
hier, m m by < yees JU :iion station*
ch bill  "■ ohree tea for handling and
late: .aded in a report for settlement with the
'Ontario hydro*
collection fee of 3 emits per bill or about *,2*4G per
or the benefit of the staff*    The   ■ ate
ti m this vork would be about 7 hours per nionth*
i only benefit of this arrangement is that the staff and
-ers can pay their bills at the »1 i of cross*'
treet to the bank*
\e press;:.    .     ®i*tii •    run ting procedure was reviewed
with Lcket Agent < rountants fcopesals for revision were
fully explained iscussed with then*    It m reed that the
following cha of procedure would reduce una. i -pent
on re per ccounting.
1*    To eliminate tht icket Sale: art by v the ne%?
form AF & SA 414  (C) and sugary, when stock of forms is
able.
2* To eliminate the use of for® AA414 for recording Go upon
Ticket    i*
to be     .cished by listing the ticket stubs direct
on tha Local Sale    ort to be submitted to the Auditor of
pts daily instead of monthly as at present*
Of course t>*.    crtlng daily instea I of monthly will involve
some additional ttstk in the • *R* office in recording total
stock and handling more individual reports* CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
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t) shoi
ill tic
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at
All the detailed taJ
and the list to  shoi
be ei • for  : -itlire
- llowing pa rt i cularst-
,b) Bill number
, c) -or
di   .--,,,aa
Kid
will requi
into effect i
about
rrcm a monthly loc
ition
!f on duty*
port
.d be put
t tine the monthly report ia only c- Ued
of the follov' onth.
It will be nee- ? prior to th- is wrk
forward  • >st of ti >ort is  ready h- if the month *
ot'- ' il be a :in to take the tecklog from tte
previous month and .,n a current daily report*
The working hours b
. eviewed and th
md duties of the Gashie
te following                     ton
rs           ocounbing
a   v.   y     ■
alera
6*45            to 11*30 p*»* as
the cash cage 7 days sa
i follows z**
ch week from
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FILE OR CLAIM
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X Ox     Xi
Llf payment
%und Clerk
\f I Lusive*
funds daily «■» relieves regular
ticket stock with Unit
electricity bills. ..   tfs,
■   • ry collector*
6*45 a*m* to 3*00 p*m# - Tuesday    ■ / Cine*)
3»      3*00 p.st* to 11*00 p*mt - Ma sday*
6#4S a*a* to 3*00 p*m* - Saturday, y.
6*45     *   m to 3. mday
3*00 p.m* to 11*3  ■ ♦ Thurs    'riday, Saturday, Sunday*
shier1 s duties - collection from ticket, sellers,
conductors, stewards, ne.    ots, remitting    &mk* ■
iTmmf  morning mid  after 6*00 p*n*,aie~    irdays and
Ticket
*hlle i
AGC0UK1
periods or absence on accc
ief for lunch period of
tickness
ier on duty or
y: - a
. mt
■oral supervision, correspondence, compilation of
Sings, ca:    atrol, balance sheet     tatistics*
\  Accounting Clerks • 5 sale, 2 female*
hours - 8*15 a*m* to 5*00 p* •
i ciurk unfits o      formation Board    rday and
ni duty on Monday    Tuesday. Thi
performed on rotation by 4 of the male clerks so that
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FILE OR CLAIM
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iv!-~ht duty every 4 we^ks. dhe  -.- *H. ticket stock is
i the Pullman stock in Unit 2*
The
cloi
so j :
on i
as J
,ant Agent    tuty until midnight records the
imbers of the card tickets for 2 Units. One
in C:        ; the night fro® Monday to Friday
cov bubs into series and records them
> 414 and tabulates the total value o        les
possible.
.ccounting Clarks - one to each Unit - coiaplete the
recordir      a unrd Ticket and local coupon ticket sales
13 hours daily)*
c count it;   .ark records the Interline Tic.      es on
inti-   srk records the Sleeping C^r  Tick,     a an
m
1 Account
rocor
eperienied*
s not remaii
mwk  and h^
itest  pr--   ■
ilerk sorts the attachments required for reports,
ilerk enter -alman Stubs and
and nei*r stock  la stock book.   (3 hours daily).
of the clerks write up and balance the various
te ports,  act as relief on the Inforriation Board,
Cashier to  the Bank,  compile statistics,   and
tants as required.
described 'utility clerk   -nd ia
or some time the  clerks in this  position
[ long enough to gain anf real knowledge of
■ be to help out on work under the
,     m '
ction of fcrork by the
a far below that of so Me CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
yean
ntly •
tickets ar
tans hv>ts i*
tmth     vi the
I   e first eight
Ks tkmbt i
burden of detaile
the staff position i
autles the Aeeemtia
•rocedure %dll  lighten the
but what  effect this  will have on
pendent upon the volume of extraneous
aff may be called upon to perform*
the  mxrrej one clerk
-ion and
led to
rollo
an opportuni
iti i     • -uld be i -oductiv^'
utility clerk due to  frequent changes of
d clerks*    It m&uM seen, therefore,  to bc-
he fid' : .-aider
t by Modified reporting woul,.' bis hiia to
aounting position or use-the d* -
e lAter ah
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sit t"
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and fir
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relative
*re alloi
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a::.
I of th^tse ticket orders invol. number of
filling out a ym% typing receipts for
;yping a vast number of individual bills, and CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
a pro]
FILE OR CLAIM
_a# _.
■out  2
further 15 f*'^
Ills were
* credit  -uc counts*
iialined considerably by the use of
ms of the order - I bill
sa to feature an
useessary functions i
aft of
It is stj "   the form b     i in sets of 5 1
.n>-out form I I to illui
At  (
quisltion for tickets is recei^
il, the aaaassavjr partJ
form sit fv typewrit*
er by
entered
twritJ
-
inserted
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aits
The
transcr-
tietesl
then constitt
ready to  I-
m bill vithout further
• er with the
It
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opies to
the cusI           - one to  be r
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the Accountant1 g;           rd
i consecutive of fie         sard
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aO
consecutive
record
If a
ities
ganger picks up tickc
its
for
a credit i
customer,
receipt for
1	
tickets to
the
Tic •
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FILE OR CLAIM
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It may be mentioned e years                t     --^n
of fie-. ad font of requisition mid bill
for sub-     .  rts*-*   rail ■   ients9  aad that they have
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FORM 101      CJN
FILE OR CLAIM
luL um§
i-lr*  . • Jennings,
Ticket Agent,
■ndsor      a*
Agentsf Passenger Ticket Reporting and
 '   -JltlMMAfM^4^t __
Referring to the recoaraendatloiBfor chants in
your office procedure as proposed by the Assistant Auditors of
Fursenrer receipts and Freight and 3tation Accounts in their
letter of April l#tht a copy of which was provided for yotir
information*
These recommendations have noi^ been duly approved
for implementation*
For your information and guidance, the revised
procedure for reporting sales of passenger tickets and handling
of cash is outlined in the attach     ..orandua*
As you are  awaret these changes necessitate
revision aad reprinting of various fontst but aa it is desirable
to make the changes not later than August 1st, this can be
accomplished by the use of ffiineographed forms or adaption of
present fonts as outlined below, with the exception that the
card ticket sales report font API 092 cannot be eliminated until
the revised form AA 414 is printed*
Form AA 414 (Card Ticket Sales)
A separate font to be printed and renumbered for card ticket
sales with provision for summary to replace ticket report form
orr_ >> 414 (Other Ticket Sales)
-hen present supply exhausted, the coluams for days to run from
1 to 15 and 16 to 31 instead of 1 to 14 and 15 to 31» when COPT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Mr. C*A«, JeimLi,ng§ * § **
reprinted in line with the revised form for card ticket sales*
CPR Ticket Sa.le^ Daily Balance 3tMS3SSSLL
Form 1236 to be used for this purpose until present stock used
up*     to be revised whan reprinted.
Foreign Lines Daily Ticket.Sales Balance S£atgBsi&
New form to ba printed* In the meantime, mimeographed for*, as
pmr  draft attached, will be supplied*
Cashier*s Eeijittance .Distribution Statement*,
Mew form to be printed* In the meantime, aiaaographed form, as
per draft attached, will be supplied*
Until the card ticket report form AA 414 is revised
and available, you should transcribe and report these sales on
form APE 1^92 semimonthly waking a separate report for each
selling Unit. The total sales from each Unit and for each semi-
monthly -period should be summarised to arrive at the total monthly
card ticket sales for inclusion in your grand mitx-mrj  of local
ticket sales for the imonth.
The sales of fully printed sleep!    ,a parlor car
tickets should be reported eemi-itonthly on farm APR 251, until
revised fans AA 414 is available on similar fines to the
ticket report, the totals being included in your arauci summary
of sleeping and parlor car ticket sales for the month.
Local tickets (other than card tickets) to be
reported daily instead of semi-monthly as at present*
Sleeping and parlor car tickets (other than fully
printed) to be reported daily instead of monthly*
/ £$11
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
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In connection with the changed procedure for
:i, no doubt you will arrange for a supply of suitable envelopes for the ticket Sailers1 remittances and sealing
requisites and alas   Lse tin   ik of the new arraagsaeats
for depositing collections.
Please acknowledge and advise when these changes
are put into effect.
Auditor of        .nd Station
Accounts
Auditor of Passenger Receipts* COPY
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Ji TICKUTG
Following the recent review of the ticket reporting,
accounting, and cash procedures at Windsor Station Ti^cet Office,
the following revised' procedure should ba put into effect*
IMkpt Sellers,
(a) Complete tour book
(b) Assemble ticket stubs
Cc) Complete di-dly balance form H*B* and balance
with cash collected.
(d) keij&t total collections to Cashier on one
remittance slip with sawisry thereon showing
amount due to each Coapaay and separate total
to be shown for amount to be remitted direct
to Treasurer, such as U.S. Funds, Warrants, etc*
The tour books, stubs and forms H.B* "for all Ticket tellers
to be passed to the night clerks for reference \ rltiny up
revised forms AA 414*
Card Ticket Stock (Rail, Sleeping and Parlor Car)
Enter all closing numbers and number of tickets
sold daily frois each, series on revised form
A A 414 using separata fonts for each unit*
Multiply printed rate on revised form AA 414 by
number of tickets sold and insert thereon the
total value of tickets sold from each series*
.lance the total amount of dally sales from
each Unit with the total card ticket sales shown
on the Ticket Sellers* forms II.S.
The reyised form AA 414 for card ticket sales
L CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
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provides column for 31 days sales by using one
form for sales from the 1st to 15th of each month
and a further form for sales fro® the 16th to the
end of the month*
At the close of the period* the si^maiy on the
left of the form AA 414 should be completed in
duplicate, the original to be detached and forwarded to the Auditor of Passenger Receipts as
the sales report*
The number of cancelled tickets of any series is
to be shown in mall .figures above the number sold
©n the day concerned* EXAMPUB 2* At the close
of the period the cancelled tickets should be
listed and sent to the Auditor of Passenger
Receipts attached to the report sugary*
Other Ticket Stock (Other than card or fully printed tickets)
Enter all closing numbers and number of tickets
sold daily frtm all series on font AA 4149 using
separate forms for each Unit*
Sort stubs into numerical sequence and series*
Check closing numbers and-number sold on form
AA 414 with ticket stubs*
The reporting clerks will write up daily the
various ticket reports direct from the stubs
from each Unit si.   S a total amount for each
ticket series*
The Unit totals to be carried to sumnary sheets
and balanced with the totula of the appropriate
report colunns on the Ticket Sales Daily Balance
State:: ant* £211
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P;jpOB
qard Tickets
tail
Sleepers
Parlor Car
seiai-iK>nthly
ti        it
s        it
Qthar Ti<*eM     .
Local
Interline
Sleepers
Parlor Car
Steamship
Gil (Local)
Pullman Co*
Delaware & Hi
daily
m
?t
m
monthly
tt
it
idson Ely. *
i*I* Central
Interline
Local
weekly
monthly
IMmte
To be liv                 dedud
related repar
yyd
from
totals of
ilmmUM lUM%s*
To be listed and attached
to related report
.1 Ticket Sales Daily   'aaae,
,j%         nt
To be eomple*    -ily from Ticket Sillers* forms
H,B. tn7  a-shi.r.1 transactions. Totals to b*
carried to monthly summary sheets for inclusion
in balance Sheet. *
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Foreiffl Lines MlM.^ll£Mt^a3sgs_    jf, Statement
To be completed dally from Ticket Sellers1 forms H*B*
and Cashiers1 transactions using a separate form for
each Poreiipa Line concerned*
Han41^g of Cft^fo^
The Ticket Sellers will remit their collections to the
Cashier on one remittance slip with summary thereon
showing amount due to each Company.
The Cashier, in tha presence of the Ticket Seller,
mil count the total remittance and furnish the
ieller with a receipt for the total remittance* The
funds to be banked should then be placed in an
envelope which must be sealed securely so that it
cannot be re-opaned without obvious detection until
banked,,
The nana of the Ticket Seller, the date and amount
of the ss&ta&ta should be clearly shawa on the
envelope* The Cashier should list all
envelopes and other bankable collections on Remittance
■tribution Statement showing the proportions ofi the
total remittance to be credited to each Company
concerned*    --rate remittance slips to be completed
on the appropriate forms supplied by each Company and
which are to be receipted by the Bank*
Unbankable collections to be listed on regular
remittance slip and remitted to the Treasurer* CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
COMPANY
Summary of Sales at	
 Half Month of	
Form A.F.S.A. 414(C) Summary
        Unit No	
 19       Page No	
ForA.P.R.
Office
Tkt.
; Form
Ticket Nos.
for the Period
Total
Pool
Revenue
Nos. of
Pj Cancelled
Tickets
DESTINATION
or
Class
Commencing
Closing
No.
Sold
Rate
Total
Amount
Line
No a
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2
3
3
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4
5
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6
7
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11
	
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12
13
14
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15
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16
17
18
19
20
21
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22
23
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24
25
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26
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28
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29
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33
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35
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36
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38 |
39
40
41
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43
44
45
TOTAL
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