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L.W.  Pennant,  Ssq.,
travelling Auditor,
Vancouver^  B.O.
absorbed terminal  a barges at Vancouver  jfV'harf,
referring to your  letter  of ilarch 29th.
This matter has been reconsidered and i~gent
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Vancouver, B.C. March 29th,1932  ,
B«   Arnum,  Isq. f
Auditor of Agencies, U~436746.
Montreal.
Dear gir:~
Absorbed terminal chargea at Vancouver Wharf
neport #2954.
Referring to your letter March ind.
Am enclosing a revised statement  (paster form)   which I
consider necessary to  embrace all  information required.  This covers all
wharfage,  loading,  and unloading chargea,   assessable and shows how
agent**  debits will be cleared by collection or absorption.
Aa you are aware,   wharfage ia  frequently assessed on
weight or measurement and the maximum of fl.GO per ton weight often
applied.   In drawing up this paster form g I have shown the total
inward weight,  so  that same will correspond with weight shown on
outward billing,  but have only shown the measurement that warn is
subject to wharfage.  Would you wish that the total manifest measurement
be shown as well as  the total weight?
You will,note that a number of items  require an
explanation as  to why no wharfage,twfl»;*wgxara^ ,
or unloading charges,  have been assessed against certain shipments.
*Tote the following:-
l/japait 111 Hong Kong !?/[»  3971 weight  26915 lbs.   xou &neuld n&wur&lly
expeot this shipment to take a carload rating and question why loading
charges were not assessed.  The explanation is that this consignment
went forward under six l.c.l  shipments  and loading charges  therefore
not assessable.  Owing te destinations all being west of the Man-Sask.
boundary wharfage was collectable, but had destination been east of
that boundary,  wharfage would be for rail  absorption.  Will you require
that all such outward billing references be shown against the inward
manifest lading?
l/lapan 11 I.   S  anghai b/l 3938,  18619 lbs-658 feet,   ibis optional
consignment was  split up  for distribution to Victoria,  Seattle,   and
local delivery. Wharfage on 252 feet Victoria w/B 849 was included in
B.C.C.S.   rate.   I am therefore presuming that wharfage should not be
debited and cleared through Mr.  Cherry?. Wharfage |2.60 on 208 feet   . # 2.  B.   Arnum,  Isq.$
to Seattle was absorbed out of vessel  earnings when accounting  the
manifest.  Balance 198 feet local delivery was subject te collection
of #2.46.
l/lapan 12 V.   Yokohama v/L 315.   This  item might be readily passed by
all concerned as being an l.c.l shipment and not subject  to unloading
charge.  You will however note that this was part of a carload and the
unloading is assessable to be absorbed by  rail line.  Should reference
te rail billing show the full  rail charges on the carload or only the
portion of charges against that particulat lading,  as shown by me?
ir/Tapan 12 ¥.  Yokohama ~b/L 139   "wharfage in*.  Will  it be necessary to
give reference to B.C.C.S.   inward billing,   I am presuming that wharfage
should not be  taken to debit and cleared through ir.  Cherry?
l/japan 12 W.Yokohama  (sheet 3-  Several  items  ex pool car.  Presume
that you would wish the proportion of rail charges shown against each
item -not  the full charges on the carload?
Aorangi 4 S. Lyttleton t/l 3357.  This  another instance where shipment
is part of a carload and unloading charges  therefore assessable for
clearance through Yr.  Cherry.
The consolidation of many s^all  import shipments  into
carloads  is  another feature  that will  involve serious detail.  See the
attached statements,   (1)   & (2),  covering the consolidation of 32
consignments ex s/Russia 101 1,   and 26 consignments  ex l/oanada 54 1.
These individual consignments  would not carry loading charges  if
moitftd overland at l.c.i  rates, but when consolidated into carloads
both wharfage and loading charges  are assessable,   to be absorbed by
rail carrier.
I am attaching copy of Pacific Steamship Co.  Pro  3/15160*
(3),  alee copy of Vancouver Wharf w/b 1625,  covering carload destined
Swift Current.   You will  note that  rail line absorbs wharfage and
loading. Will debits  therefore also have te be placed for such terminal
earnings and cleared  through Mr.  Cherry,  or do you cenaider that the
through rate quoted in tariff maJces  this unnecessary?
Am als# enclosing the following billing on shipments ex
B.C.C.S.!   each shipment being carried under a different rate and
division as  far as terminal charges  are concerned:-
p/taquimta ¥/b 116-Port Alice to Vancouver destined Stevens Point,Wis,
as per Vancouver Wharf w/Bills C632 & 633. You will note that B.C.C.S.
and rail line absorbs handling,wharfage,cargo  rates,and loading chargea. I
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# 3. B. Arnum, Esq.,
Will debits have to be placed for terminal charges absorbed by rail
line and application made to Mr. Cherry?
(5).f/?fary w/b 104 -Powell River to Vancouver destined Edmonton, as
per Vancouver Wharf w/b 2289t Same condition as above item (4).
(6).p/Adelaide w/B 47 -Ocean falls to Vancouver destined Oriental Ports,
as per manifests attached. B.C.C.S^ rate includes wharfage, handling
and cargo rates. Hail line not interested, but Dock sets ne credit for
wharfage? Alse note that balance of this inward shipment went forward
l/fiussia 102 W, but consolidated with part of another shipment under
pre 3/15690.
If agent can confine your instruetient to the handling
of import and export shipments he will only have to annalist the
physical handling of shipments covered by oceam .manifests. If shipments
to and from B.C.C.S. and outside coasting lines, involving overland
movement, are to be included, it will necessitate consideration of
all traffic handled over our docks.
In your letter March 2nd, you instruct that the weight
and measurement, on which the wharfage is based, will be required.
To avoid a serious repetition of detail it is necessary for me to
explain and ask for further instructions. The present method of handling
manifests is as follows:-
Copy of manifest handled by the revising and billing
clerks only show the terminal charges on  consignments that are for
short rail haul,local delivery, or for furtherance over connecting lines,
^uch charges are pencilled in on the manifest and are entered up in
warehouse book. All other consignments (for overland movement) are
covered by loading expense bill pro references., no terminal charges
are assessed on the .manifest and the hilling is done direct from the
loading expense bills. The accounting is done direct from manifest
to outward billing records, and ocean charges not entered up in
warehose book. The above mentioned terminal charges pencilled in by
revising clerks have then to be sho n on the copy of manifest sent
you with balance sheet, alse on  the copy sent to Mr. Bridger. Three
eeparate writings as above now required.
The present suggestion is that wharfage and loading
charges (on carloads) will have to be shown on the three cupiet of
manifest against all shipments appearing on  manifest and application
made to Mr. Cherry for clearance of all absorptions.
You have admitted that there is not sufficient space 4. B. Arnum, Esq.,
on  manifests to intelligently show all such detail, and you realize
that a paster or statement of terminals is necessary. I would however
point out that it will still be necessary for revising clerk tf endorse
the local terminals (for collection) on manifest, so that expensing can
immediately be done covering local shipments and alse for the purpose
of writing up such pros and charges into warehouse baok.Ihis information
will alse be required on the copy of manifest sent Mr. Bridger for the
purpose of balancing the recapitulation of manifests. You will also
understand that only actual collectable terminal charges will be shwon
on outward manifests, and the paster will have to take care of all
absorhed terminal charges.
The proposed paster, as you will note, will cover all
wharfage and loading charges regardless of whether collected or
absorbed, and will be a repetition of whatever is shown on the
manifests, l would therefore suggest that no terminals be shown on
the copy of manifest to be supplied your office, but that the paster
be used by you covering all required information as to debits,
collections, and absorptions.
The manifests shows the weight and measurement on which
wharfage charges are based, but you apparently wish that this
information be shown on the paster. It would therefore be unreasonable
to suggest that absorbed terminals be endorsed on the manifest and
afain repeated on the paster.
I would also point out that your request that freight
charges be shown against all rail billing -instead of waybill reference
only - is a feature that will take up a serious lot of time, especially
in connection with imports. This will necessitate looking up all
inward and outward billing, instead of taking th* billing reference
only from loading expense bills or outward manifest. We might arrange
that revising clerk will show more detail on the loading expense billsf
but to insure correctness agent would nave to ge to billing record to
ascertain rail revenue actually waybilled out.
Imports consolidated into carloads will involve a lot
of detail accounting, Each consignment will have a small loading
charge, and it will not be possible to have the total of 32 items
(see item (l)-equal total carload weight of 21752 lbs @ 40/ per ton
loading. # 5. B.  Arnum,  lsq.f
Exports arriving in pool cars will be another direction
that will have to be carefully watched to  insure the assessment of
unloading charges when due.  There is  nothing on outward manifest t#
indicate that a shipment forms part of a pool car. Manifesting clerk
will have to co-operate with the accountant  to cover this feature.
"Following up the physical Handling of each rail-haul
shipment,  and making up the proposed paster form,   #ill  involve more
time and detail  than the accounting and settlement of  the manifest
fit*elf.   This  detail will delay the closing of €,*B*3d3.  Manifests  amd,
without doubt,   take up practically all  the  time of a clerk.   This may
be taken care of with the present staff ^nd conditions, but agent will
without doubt have to  request an additional clerk should the ocean
traffic increase to any extent.
It is very difficult to  explain, ^j latter,  the detail
involved by this change in accounting absorbed   terminals,  However,  if
you will carefully check the attached paster against manifests  referred
te, make your notations  as  to what  information may be eliminated,
or what further information will be required,   I will line up instruct!*-|.,
to cover.
When we have arrived at  required make-up of paster
form,  we can have agent prepare a supply by use of ditty machine until
satisfied that a definite  form to cover may be printed.
Yours  truly,
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Montreal,   March 2nd*  I932#
A .iff.  Tennant,  -^sq.f
travelling Auditor,   C.P.H.,
Vancouver^  B.C.
Absorbed terminal charges at Vancouver ffharf.
xieferring to your  letter i'eb.  x9th.,   and returning
you statement.
x'his matter has been fully considered and has been
decided that all terminal charges at Vancouver Wharf must be
accounted for,  as called for  in tariff,   and Wharf agreement,
and any absorption    from Hail  or B.G.G.  Steamers Revenue to
be cleared through freight Claims Auditor.
it would appear that copy of manifest cannot very
well be used in making application for clearance  of the
absorptions,   especially the  inward manifests,   so it will be
necessary for Agent to prepare a statement  along the  lines
you suggest,   but 1 w cm Id not bring in any Harbour rates or
anything else except the wharfage  charges on which clearance
is required.    The weight  and measurement    on which the
wharfage charge  is based,  will be required,   as well as
waybill reference.
1 would not  interfere with the minimum absorption
of i5/,  as  long as the Steamship i*ines have no objection.
m regard to absorption from B.C.C.S.  revenue and
the example you quote from ??E/Japanrr,   II-E.    This would not
be right to split the rate  on the waybill and allow Agent to
advance the absorption.
In regard to Po©l shipments.     Is  not  tha wharfage
based on the weight  of each shipment,   as loaded into steamer
and would be assessed as per manifest?    it  seems to me this
could be worked  out  on the statement for the  claim without
much difficulty* Printed
Printed in Canada.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Inter-Depaptment
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A.If. Tennant  (Contd)
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As stated in the beginning  of my letter that ail
charges must be  fully assessed,  therefore the loading and
unloading charges which you say are  not  now being accounted
for,  but are absorbed through Superintendents payroll
expense,   should in future be accounted for by Agent,  and this
you will arrange along with the wharfage.
$hen you have made  necessary arrangements and
worked out a plan and  statement that will fill ail requirements,
you might put instructions to Agent in writing,   submitting to
me before giviqg them to Agent.     I will have Mr.  Cherry
approve of the portion he is interested in*
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¥-436746.
^ear Sir:-
Absorbed ^'narfa^e Charges.
'Referring to your letter January 27th.
I have selected a few sheets fro-a manifest impress of
Tapan 111 &.  12 V. also Aorangi 3 g •& 4 S as an example in the event
of all absorbed wharfage being assessed.
There is not sufficient space on manifest forms that
would enable s^ent to intelligently insert all the information required.
In fact, as you inow,"there is scant space for inserting the terminal
charges involved. I.. therefore consider that a separate statement will
have to be prepared bs ag#nt, and am attaching: a draft of what I m^nMXi:i
sdbt consider ?ould ba required to fill requirements.	
It would be necessary to insert'wharfage against eY®ry
individual shipment (excepting where inward B.C.C.S.. billing included
wharfage) on tha copy of manifest sent your office, and a-ain on the
copy retained by a.srent.
The attached statement would then be made up, shoeing
wharfage assessed against each shipment and how collected or cleared.
Three copies of this statement to be made. One: to be attached to b/s
in support of   debit taken (which would af.ree with figures shown on
manifest) to be shown on »/s  as follows, and would replace the present
statement that is bei&g sent you:-
larfage, Local Delivery
..absorbed by vassal.
..     ..    nail.
37 .66
62.69'
47.59
#147.94
One copy  to  go   to   Ifr.   Cherry in support of &§ej$t,:.a   explication for
clearance,   $47.59,   and  £11   third  to ""be  retained by   a~ent.
7r.   Cherry can confirm,   UsfiMLgto /our office,   that
|.147%94 was  duly   taken, to  debit,   %nd  that  the division of absorption
between vessel  and  nail  was  properly dietributed tj   o^ent.   1  also  trust
that   reference, to   revenue billing,   without  showing1 weight  and revenue*, Canadian Pacific Railway Compa;4Y
LAND DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B. C.
April 15th. 1931
At an Audit of this Department on   APRIL  14TH,  1931, your Contract N<
Lots                                                                Block                                                                D. L.
D.	
stands as under:                                                                                                                          Total Sale Price $.	
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
•
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Will you ^kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN    PROMPTLY in the
enclosed envelope. All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Land Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
Yours truly, &
■k  2.   B,   Arnum,   Esq.,
will be sufficient  evidence to   enable that gentleman to  clear.
■  It will  still be  necessary  for ageat  to make up tonnage
statement showing how the assessment against vessel  is  arrived at,
and the figures  so  arrived at should correspond  (within a few cents}.
?ith amount shown on  the attached statement  form;   i.e |62.69.
"uch'statement ^ould,  of course,   cover the entire manifest and result
in  the one amplication  to |ftrt   Cherry.   £ny traffic  diverted after the
close of manifest *-.ould be covered by individual applications-to   Lbat
gentleman as  at present.
You will  note that £ have  not disturbed the lb/ minimum
charged   to vessel.   This   is  the ^faarge  agreed  to  under V-harf Ojreratoitsr
Agreement,   and  it  twill perhaps   nut  be advisable  to discriminate  in
favor of C.FJ.S.   & C.A.Line by  each line absorbing the proper 50;i -12& /♦
t  have also* provided a column for carg rates ••■••This  is
not  required in connection with  tbe subject  at  issue,  but  it would
support debit taken on b/s tor such collections-,-provide a.check
against warehouse figures,   and .-make it unnecessary to make up another j
statement  in support  of debit  placed.    ■ ■    ■ ,„<., { 	
Please  refer to  item $3.15   QQ; l/lapan IIS.   JCou.will  nofci
that  this  is  tbe only  absor^tAua frea S.;-.-,,. S.   r*v#»MjL  ibis  due to.    ..
the fact  that the transhipment rate of #2.75 per ton includes fharfage.
in order to-confine- absorption to  rail- revenue only-, I'..would surest
that agent silit  the j rate and waybill as  2.25;3   wharfage 60,   advancing
the latter charge  to  clear his  debit.-   •■
I might  also draw your attention to   the  fact that
tjrf&g* minimum of  25/ absorbed  vj  vassal   and  rail,   covering  sea*, aante
ex pool ears,   is  an inflated charge  if we *»rp balancing out wharfage
on the basis -of weight billed inward on such car,   rar example: |
A pool car may ba covered by  40 ladings,  and 10 shipment!  out ol tw
40-carry a-%eight of 200 lbs-or ^ese.  wharfage an   (say)   itiia  2000 lbs
would actually be  50/,. hut.;w$- would collect  from vessel  |1.50 and
rail would absorb *1.GG#
1'h.if■ was ..one of , the .points  in  rind when wpr%viojtely
referring  to   the difficulty'of'handling  that  traffic.   However,   if
fttr-;   Cherry ¥ill  not be concerned  in-weight  and revenue,   &n& fcill  be ■
eatisfied with reference to  revenue billing,   the .proposed statement Canadian Pacific Railway Company
LAND DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B.C.
April 15th, 1931
At an Audit of this Department on   APRIL  14.TH.  1931. your Contract No...
Lots ...Block            D. L.	
stands as under:
Total Sale Price $.,
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Principal Interest
TOTAL
Will you kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN    PROMPTLY in the
enclosed envelope. All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Land Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
Yours truly, 3.   b.   Arnum,   Esq.,
should fill  all   requirements.
The  additional  work  involved will  be  the placing of
wharfage on two- sets  of manifests  against all overland shipments  &n&
making up  the attached  statement.
The  revenue billing  reference on imports  cane  be
obtained from the loading slips,  and  the manifest gives  all  reference
to' revenue billing on exports.   It  is  therefore  not  necessary for agent
to  look up  the actual  outward and inward  rail billing when compiling
this  statement.
while  the staff, is  cut  to   the very bone,   I am satisfied
that this  change can be handled by   trie i recent staff,  but  when business
is  normal  1 am'sUre  thia  additional  detail  will   result  in -an additional
clerk at this  office,
"When, previously writing you,   I was under  the impression
that  the proposed change was   to   ebable ,;our office   to  have a proper
check on wharfage as accounted for by agent.  'When discussing  the
matter with vr. f. T. Robertson,   a  few days  ago,   I  am gWil  to Understand
that   the change  advocated  is   to  conform with  tariff rates  and
regulations.
if tuch is   the  case,   i might  ppint  out  that all  loading
and unloading of import  and  export  traffic," covered by'overland "billlag,
is  also  subject  to  tariff rate   (also wharf agreement)   of 40  to M0.jp
per-ton.   Such work is absurhtd llroigE Supf's'l pa/roll "exx ease, ;orby
payment   to  ?lev adoring Company,, but  no  debit  is  placed.
 I'see" no 'difference between  this  and  the assessment of
wharfage,   anl   if we undertake  to  account  that;tariff charge and obtain
clearance through ir..'Cherry,'  it Will certainly involve ■ additional-
clerical  ax,ensa.   I  therefore  think  that  this|question of absorbed
wharfare should be  re-cOneidered.
* A. Canadian Pacific Railway Company
LAND  DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B. C.
April 15 th, 1931
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JSE/RB CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
INTER-DEPAR fivii£NT
Correspondence
file fit -436746,
Montreal,   Jan.  27th.   1932.
A.W*   Tennant Esq*,
, Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver,  B.O.
Absorbed v/h&rfage   Ou
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Keferrirg to your  letter  of Jan* 9th.
it has been decided that fall wharfage  charges
as per tariff,  must be taken to special  debit  by Agent  and
clearance  obtained through freight  Claims Auditor for portion
to be  absorbed.
I will give .agent  full instructions by letter,
but before  doing  so,   i would  like you to give me  a little
further  information to enable me to decide what  information
and documents will be   necessary to support the  claim*
In the  ordinary course,   Agent would require
to write up a full statement  of Billiqg,   but  in the  case
at Vancouver Witsrf,  would it be possible  to have an extra
legible  copy of manifest  to use,   and could all  the  items  of
one  steamer be  cleared up at  once?    The manifests  I would
understand,  would give waybill references which would be
essential  in claim.     Please  show how this would work out
with Pool  Carloads.
After we
the other points brought
with*
have disposed  of this main feature,
out  in your  letters will be  dealt
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.auditor  of Agencies*^ o
Vancouver, B.C. January 9th,1932.
B,   Arnum,  Esq.,
Auditor of Agencies, M-436746,
Montreal*
Bear sir:-*
Absorbed Wharfagt charges*
Referring to yours December 22nd.
Aa  explained in my letter November 27th,  you are In a
position to confirm that &&ent takes correct debit for the hQ$ wharfage
due from ship on all outward manifest®,  and X am presuming that you
only require the detail of work involved if full debit be taken for all
-wharfage assessable on inward manifests.
I have ^red^r^tl the Attached statement covering Viae
Impress of Japan 10 B.  manifestf and 1 think the following remw&s will
enable you to arrive at information required.
I have eliminated all sheets of manifest on which full
local a&scntffeB wharfage wm assessed,  and which amounts were duly
collected in toxm direction,  or cleared through ?~r.  Cltmrry account
re-shipment overland after the closing of manifest.
Statement shows that the 50^ absorbed by Yeseel
totalled #311.25,  and, with one exception,  this  represents the exact
amount io be absorbed by our rail line*  The exception refers  to the
minimum charge of 15^ absorbed by ship.  The proper minimum charge
againat ship should be 12| fi and if minimum* were adjusted on this
basis,  agent*s application to Mr.  Cherry would be for clearance of
eamatly the same amount at collected from vessel.
If full debit be taken for all wharfage on overland
shipment© I see no necessity for applying to Mr.  Cherry,  lull debit
on overland,  in this  instance,  would be f622.50,  collection #311.25
from C.P.S.S.  and agent take special credit for #311.25 ae  rail
absorption.
The present minimum charge of 15jb as&eseed against ship
permits  600 lbs or less © 50|<f wharfage rate and 300 lbs © ^1.00 rate
to apply.  If you agree ti charge ehip with the proper minimum of 1% p   *
weights taking minimums would then be 500 lbs @ 50 and 250 lbs @ 1.00.
The net result would be that the number of mininiume assessed against
ship would tee less, but weights would be increased^  and the net
difference to be absorbed by rail,instead of vessel,  would not exceed
One Tto liar per manifest. <
# 2. B.  Arnum,  Bsq.t
Wharfage d^bita  for each manifest would be covered by
two statements-   one covering assessments collected a/c local or short
haul shipments,  and the other would cover the full assessment on all
overland traffic.  Agent would continue to a end you the statement
detailing the 50^ assessable against ship,  and an equal amount would
represent our rail absorption,  which should be cleared by Special
fredit or by application to Mr.  Cherry.
!&%ry shipment on manifest would thus show that full
wharfage had been assessed,  regardless of whether collected or
absorbed,  and you nould not be left in doubt as  to d^bit placed by
agent.
however,  the attached statement &hows  that overland
shipments involved 241 waybillsf  and if application is to be made te
!fr.  Cherry,  etatsmant of hilling or copies of waybills will have to
be provided.
It will ba an easy Matter to provide an extra tissue
copy of all ov^r?.and waybills covering shipments ex C.P.S.  & C.A.Line
Steamers, but, ®»i&g to t&ai use of blanket waybill forms,  these would
not always  run ii the orS%r of manifest.  ?or example:   tlUQM eetteignftents
on a waybill may apply against manifest sheet number -12 bus a fourth
eemi^mient on that waybill be covered by sheet number 55.  it would be
a little difficult to match up waybills against manifest statement
when checking.
Owing to  the fact that all rail billing is on a weight
basis,  but wharage assessed on manifest on both weight or measurement9
it will be rather difficult til show Mr.  Cherry why clearance for a
specific amount should be granted.  The attached copies of Hong Kong
manifest a/c ladings 6Q$ & 620 and rail waybills 12315 & 12354 will
better .explain the situation.  To provide Mr..  Gharry with an intelligent
reason for clearance of a^unt requested agent would have to submit
?.349 along lines as per attached! There were ten such mixed wharfage
assessments on this particular manifest.
It would seem to me that if your office verified the
fact that 100^ wharfage was  taken to debit by agent and the proper 50;i
charged to vessel,  you could reasonably pass agent1s special credit
for an equal amount as representing the true rail absorption.  XDcaoaacpcx
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You would however have to be supplied with reference to billing, or
with copies of billing, to verify that the proper assessment had been
.made against vessel. It would be possible for an item to appear as
under overland billing, .the ship being charged with W&$  and rail with
50/1, whereas that particular conaignment may have actually been for v # 3. B.  Arnum, Bsq. f
local delivery or short haul and chargeable against consignee.  Copies
of billing attached to statement of amount collected from vessel
would provide evidence that all consignments had actually moved
overland le®? haul.
Please advise if you require similar information in
connection with an outward manifest. Aa already explained*  the
statements required in support of rail absorption on pool car exports
would involve serious detail.
Wo tat ions   (1)   to   (4)   at foot of attached at* tement
would indicate that quite a number of errors are made in the
assessments made against ship,  I also found that clerks handling this
statement have "bten a3.low.ing ;
624 lbs m SOjgf to apply as minimum of 15/ against ship,   and
312 lhs % l.OQ
whereas weights of 600 lbs and 300 lbs covered this ninimim charge.
Clerk* appear to have established the above weights
in connection witfc the collection of Absorbed handling charges,  which
rate is however 400' per ton instead of 50^.  correct weights to apply
against this 15^ minimum will be used in future, but I think it would
be advisable to adjust the minimum to its w<>P%r basiti of 12§- cents*
yours  truly,
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JSH/RB CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
iNTER-DEPARJIvENT
Gorrespo^Jence file      M-43674   6*
Montreal,  Dec* 22nd.  1931*
A.W.  Termant Esq*,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver,  B.C.
Absorbed V/harfage   Charges.
Referring to your  letter of  2fov* 27th*  1931.
Before making a definite decision in regard
to Agent taking special  debit  for  full wharfage  charges,   I
would like you to take an average steamer*s manifest and
work up a statement  of all the wharfage  assessable,   showing
what  statements and particulars would be necessary to
support claim  or claims for the wharfage absorbed out  of
rail  earnings.    This would give a fairly good idea,  how
much extra work would be involved by Agent and freight Claims
Department.
I  have the various files you refer to,  but
they do not  go back to the  dates you mention.     If the  letters
you refer to have any bearing on this particular point,   you
might  send me copies with your reply.
73.
Auditor of Agencies' _
Vancouver, B.C. November 27th,1931.
B.   Arnum  f  Bsq.t
Auditsr tf Agenciest
""ont real*
tf-436746.
t)ear Sir:-
Absorbed Wharfage Charges.
Referring  to your letter  Tsvember 6tk.
I am satisfied that  this peint was  fully censidered,
when the abserptien by rail lines caste Inte   affect m 1922?,  and that
agent was  instructed tt  take debit unly for the actual wharfage
■cell ectiene.
The  f^eetiin of terminal charges appears te have b«ca
dealt with under varieus file numbers,  but  1 regret being unable te
r*efer ysu  te  the ruling on this particular point*
llewever,  the following file references te cerreepende&ee
carried #n prier te change in 1922 May place you xn a position te leeate
eeathlnj further #n this?  subject,-'
1-935605)
T~932520)  Last letter nn my file dated Bee. 14th, 1916,  in reply te miraa
yeurs %f ^ev,27th,
0-866 718 ZmS% letter on my file is yours of >Iev,21st, 1919,   in treply te
•ins tf Octeber 1st.
th     3453 T*aet letter en my file Octeber 28th,1918,  an reply-te yours 8th
The suggestion that a&snt take debit fjeJf all abterbed
\7harfagef   and obtain clearance thrtu^h Mr.   Cherry,  presents,  quite a
pi^feiem and such a change would involve an unreasonable amount of
detail work fer both agent  and Nr.  Cherry,
I can realize  that  the i-resunt jdenuments and statements
attached ta balance sheet rnalce  it, very difficult fer .you ta verify	
debits  account wharfage,   **r.  liridrnr ni getting detail  that was
previously eyftt yeur office,  Hewsver,   I  think that your chief trouble
is  tha verification of wharfage earnings en the  inward r'aanifeete.
Outward Hani feet - a/Asia 97 ?',  "/sheet Oct, 31st,
I  think ynv. rill  arree t^t^eu "are im m positxan te.
peeitively confirm tint agent  6 *bit fer all wharf agf# due. Canadian Pacific Railwa
LAND  DEPARTMENT
y Con
4PANY
VANCOUVER, B. C.
April 15th, 1931
At an Audit of this Department on   APRIL  14TH,  1931, your Contract No...	
Lots                                                             ..Block                                                 D. L..
stands as under :                                                                                                                         Total Sale Price $	
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
 *• ••	
	
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Will you kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN    PROMPTLY in the
enclosed envelope. All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Land Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
Yours truly, # 2. 3.  Arnus,  Esq,,
LV use of statements sent yen -Lecal Wharfage $579.01
and Wharfage absorbed by vessel #222.11 -  you can verify  chat  mary
shipment en manifest has been preperly taken care ef on either ef the
abtve statements,   and yeu sheuld be in a p^sitiem te know that suefe
assessments are in arder.
if a^ent be ebli^ed te take debit fer the SQfi wharfage
absorbed by rail,   it wnuld ba necessary that statement ef billing
covering all everiand be sent Mr,  Cherry,  this n«i{?ht net appear t® be
a very eerieue matter cevering individual  rail billing against individual:
ladings en manifest, but the handling ef s9ool Carloads  frem lew Yertc
and Chicage weuld involve a serieus amount ef detail.
Centents ef pool cars  cever&  shipments manifested te
CP.S.   and 0,A,Litie stealers,   and may invelve three steamers baf^re all
shipments are diseased ejp,  with minimums and dead weights involved,  yea
can appreciate the difficulty in previdin& Air.  Cherry with evidence  te.
enable him %® clear absorbed wnarfa^e,
X  weuld advise that  tha accountant,   fer his on
infermatiea, makas a pencil ndtati^n at fe^t oT eaeh manifest sheet
on cepy retained fer effice recard.  Ifcr exaziple,  sheet p| ahDWs;-
Q/t -ins.       ■      Lecal
2290 1 49000
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This shows at a glance that the five shipments jta that sheet ware
distributed as  2290 lbs & 5 minimuas  abeerbed by v^eael   (Pt #222,11)
and 49000 lbs at full wharfage  (Pt #579,01,),   Such diatributiea on your
copy of nanifest «reuld Materially assist yet* in verifying debits taken,
and I have  requested accountant  te do  »#,   Thia  will be shown on
manifest   y/Jai^n 11 W s/s.Dec. ?th,   and you can advise if this is
helpful.
Inward Manifest,  s/Asia 96 £,   B/sheet Oct. 14th,
i  can a^recxate yeur difficulties  in verifying acan^E
wharfage  debits  v:n abave,   und,   in fact,   mi obliged ta  adnit   &hat 7ml
in a number of i"*fc winces d# net know hew ehipaea.tl y$^r® handled at
Vancouver.
1 A distribution of acsesLersnta  ii a'&ft en the copy of
manifest  r*3tainod by  arrant,   and tha same information, on- ymtlf cepy
weuld,   no  doub'
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LAND  DEPARTMENT
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VANCOUVER, B. C.
April 15th, 1931
At an Audit of th
is Department on   APRIL  14.TH.  1931. vour Contract No.
Lots...                                               Block	
D.L.
stands as under:                                                                                                                         Total Sale Price $ '.;	
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Will you kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN    PROMPTLY in the
enclosed envelope. All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Land Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
Yours truly, 0
# 3.
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Arnun,  Bsq.#
detail ef sheet #24,   and it weuld be rory easy te cheek the manifest
against this summary,   i am having aeeeuntant se mark your oepy ef
I/Japan 10 2.,  ?/s.   30th,   and yeu can advise if this  assist® you,
I night alse mentiea that en the cepy sent Mr. Bri
the waybill  n&imW&r is,   fer accountants cenvenience m pesting ete.#
shewn on the left  Stand margin ef manifest against each shipment,  but
X de  net eensider that euch United iriferaatien weuld ho of any value
Is y@u*
It "is  reasonable for you to aa^^ae that all  slupaente
destined te a rail destination had s# steved,   and therefere #nly 50;i ef
wharfage is assessable on akipmests ^aet af the I£an.*Saek« beundazV.
Tha fact  that tueM assesses tits appear on vessel abserption (j?t $316.54)
weuld confirm that vessel was  absorbing and was  frfoersfsg* not a l^cal
wharfage prepesitien,
Hewevert you have ne  evidence as te what nhxvmen%M
70x1 eW£ C.^T.Bly,  or ether rail lines,  en *fhich a*;ent &neii£t debit
'oO'/o against vfceeel  .'And 50^? against ceAneetijfcg rail line,  see last  three
items,   :Iong Tong s>ie ,t -33.   If net definitely reuted via C*]f*B*  yea d#
net knew hew shipments moved nut §f Vancouver,
Alse see Kobe sheet #43, pg/t.730? & 7273,  On -thee*
eptisnal shipments y®u sheuld have seme reference fc©  rail billing
unless  ftoll ^harfaire is  assessed.  In these particular instances  the
breker paid full  terminals and will  re-claim on ua  for u-ny tannage
referwarded evertand.
The  remark   Overland* against shipments  $h«n81 for lecai
delivery at Vancouver is  scant evidence that eaae were net delivered
locally,   and your only check is  the fact   chat vessel was charged 50^>,
i similar doubtful eituaties arises in eeaneetieaj with
cargo  fer discharge at Victoria,  unless yea check'up that a^ent'e
special  debit for credit of Hithet Dock.  Victoria shipments are quite
.frequently iiiehar&ed here,   r:,nd we  take vrharfage and lighterage out ef
vets el  earnings.
The pastar far®.formerly used save full reference to
all ^verlaaft billirss, (and a complete check ef terminals wae thereby
&ade FefilM.114
If yoa <*3eide  that full wharfage will have te be .
ifte^KNi em ^enifeete  it will parlies h^ just as easy te  revtrt  £jft &&•
0 f th?^
rarm,
tad of st^ttrfTient ef billing  ts lirm  Cherry.
Clearance threufh the Inttsr weulft enly   Lnvalve one application te
^■&oh manifest, but tho ^airing up ef ^.349   #eul£ be  quite a task.
Vancouver deliveries te brokers,   fer disfcrxbuTiiea,
results
el aims, which we e&itnet ret away from in  any ease. Canadian Pacific Railway Company
LAND DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B. C.
April 15th, 1931
At an Audit of this Department on   APRIL  14TH,  1931, your Contract No...
Lots     Block   D. L.	
stands as under:
Total Sale Price $....
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Principal Interest
TOTAL
Will you kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN    PROMPTLY in the
enclosed envelope. All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Land Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
Yours truly, # 4. B.  Amum, 3eq»9
-hen hrekere  supply ra-fer*ardinc instructions, befere the closing
af manifest,   the wharfage is  adjusted on manifest and net collected,
but a large percentage is handled by reclaims.   This necessitates refunds|
collections  fre» vessel and Harbour Cewnissianers,   «4nd applicatxem pt
gr,  Cherry,'
. f would swttngly receaisien* that ytu de not require .
ageat %m  take debit fer rail absorptions an outbeimd manifests.  Am alse
ef the apini^n that the pea&ihle chance of losing any revenue on the
inbound manifest is limited,  and weuld nst cover the expense of werk
involved  in handling through ,fr.  Therry,
Yeurs  trulyf
T.A.
i Canadian Pacific Railway Company
LAND  DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B. C.
April 15th, 1931
At an Audit of th
is Department on   APRIL  14TH.  1931. vour Contract No.
Lots.                                            Block	
D.L.
stands as under :                                                                                                                         Total Sale Price $„	
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
	
	
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Will you kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN    PROMPTLY in the
enclosed envelope. All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Land Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
Yours truly, FORM  103
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lNT*R-DEPAfriMENT
Correspondence f,le    1-43   674   6.
Montreal,   Xfov*   6th.  1931 •
A.W.  Temiant Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver,  B.O.
Absorbed Wharfage Charges*
The question of Agent Vancouver Wharf only taking
special  debit for wharfage collectable,  where we absorb certain
proportions  out  of rail earnings, has been up from time to time.
Your last  remarks in letter May I3th.  1931*
I am unable to find any definite instructions,
or when and why this practice came into effect.   Bb doubt,  as
you say,   it was to avoid claims.
i would like your present views on this matter,
as to about how many claims would be involved,   if Agent was
instructed to discontinue the old practice and take special debit
for this wharfage revenue,  as called for in the tariff. It seems
to me these absorptions could be combined in a certain number of
claims for the week or month.
»
77yd
Auditor of Agencies. -9 f t
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Vancouver, B.C. May 13tkf 1951,
B.  Arnum,  Esq.,
Auditor of Agencies, -456746.
Montreal.
I am herewith returning all «   enclosed with yours ;
"Dear Sir:*
of May 6th.
(1).  s/Dr.  t wharfage. 59/b is correct aa per sub-Scetion K,
Page 42,   Tariff f 64 .   stesuiu&hip carriers will   not absorb 50;>, of wn.arfag^
an Yhipmente " west of Saskatchewan-Manitoba, boundary#   xiaxi Lines at)ear"?
50/2' and balance advanced against sl-d^-uenta.   To" avoid claims,   debit ia
taken only for a/aount collectable,   and b*£;&nt will  in future make f
notations on manifest ■apainat -.such ,:itemt;.-far your information^- ■-■/ ^ao
■:   (2) .   -3fh.en the 50^ wharfage is  absorbed by C.P.-K. , ' debit xs
i only for the half wharfage collectable from Ti^e&ml ur consignee.
In all other casas   full  wharfage  ie  assessed and collection made  from
Rail l^ne,   yzemn&r Line,   or from consignee,
Shipment referred  te %m%m  ex rail haul  into ^Seattle.Agent
assessed our full wharfage,  deducting 50^ of same in settlement with
the Border Line,  causing"that  company to adjust witfe rail-line at   ■
Seattle.   The balance waa protected ilen the outward movement  and Absorbed
by vessel*
Agent  ia only obliged to apply to Mr.  Cherry when the
shipments load over an outside dock -ex C.P.K.  lonr haul -or was re
'shipments  were assessed -full wharfage inward but afterwards moved long
haul over our am line.
Agent has been instructed to make a summary of "Freight
e.x Steamers "-also wharfage-- and attach to manifest for your information
in future,   in the past,   no  particular ak&ention has been paid to
alteration of steamer charges on manifest sent your office*  Such total
is arrived at from warehouse book entries,  and tine wharfage,  which;is
our chief interest,   su:raffiar±zed as per memo on back of last; sheet of
manifest.  In other words;,  the manifest is  gent you for check on wharfage
and not; in support of charges due steamer. [hinqnUiSil
^   WSIUTSfl  I q >vod Xour$ truly f
f mO%jp  '"   '; WODOS ,   J* '   y     vtU*     Y} Canadian pacific Railway Company
LAND  DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B. C.
February 1st, 1929
f^
At an Audit of this Department
Lots	
on  JANUARY 31st, 1929
  Block t	
i  your Contra
  D. L	
ict No	
stands as under:
Total S
ale Price $	
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal           Interest
TOTAL
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i
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|.
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Balance of
Principal Unpaid
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Will you kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and   RETURN   PROMPTLY  in the
enclosed envelope.   All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Land Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
Yours truly,
Certified Correct:
NEWTON J. KER,
Land Asent
Date. /
Printed in Canada.
PLACE SPECIAL SERVICE
PASTERS HERE
105.   CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FREIGHT WAYBILL—PREFERRED MOVEMENT
Form 467
STOP THIS CAR AT
WEIGHT IN TONS
C. L. TRANSFERRED TO OR L. C L.
LOADING No.
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INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING ICING. VENTILATION. HEATING. MILLING. WEIGHING.
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THIRD JUNCTION
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PLACE SPECIAL  SERVICE
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