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CANADIAN   PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE    OF    THE    AUDITOR    OF   AGENCIES
C-  J.   BLACK.
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
3.  ARNUM,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
#.237520
MONTREAL,
July    19th    1925*
A*W* Tennant Esq*
Travelling Auditor*  C*P*R*
Vancouver* B*C*
Salmon in store at Vancouver Wharf*
* * *  ««*•****€€   «   •  *  t   S   *   m   9 9   *•***•*«•«-••**'«*--?«••«   9 t   »«*••*«
Your check of above on June 23rd and letter
enclosing lists, dated July 10th*
With reference to the above, I have checked
over my  records with your sheets, and find that you do net
report several lot numbers, which according to my records have
not been delivered*
I attach sheet giving all particulars, and
shall be glad if you will look into these and advise as soob
as possible*
Auditor of Agencies* ///////// Vancouver.B.C, D@c« 21et/21*
G-184980.
B-691911.
C. J. Black, Ii&q«.
Auditor ef Agencies*
Montreal.
Dear Sir:-
Salmon in etere at Vancouver*
Yours of th© 16th inst.
I wrote you yesterday enclosing a ruling frem Mr.  Mc&ab
which eliminates all vaestioa ef assessing ship with storage charges en
salmon held m®r®  than ten days on account of delay to ship* This slmplifi
ss matters, and confines storage ch     to shippers only.
As it now stands, we can accept exporting instructions
from shippers within ten days of steamer's scheduled arrival date, and
collection of amy storage due us at that date closet matter*
rtceipt of delivery' order, and shipping instructions,frem
owners closes out the inward Movement. D/tttS'#rm 1703A, is sent y®u§  and
the shipment becomes an outward movement and ne storage invelvecU
Keferring te closing paragraph of y®wr  letter. Lets
referred te arrived Jfevember 3rd and shippers did not giv% us shipping
instructlens until 22nd* one months storage was therefere assessable
against shipper*
The S/S "Waimerine* was scheduled to anfive Mev* 25th.
Had shipper been in a pesitiea t® de se he could have given us instructie
-ne en 16th er 17th (within the 10 days) thus lifting his inward
shipment within the 15 days free time allowed. Shipper probably did net # 2 C.J*.Black,   Esq.,
make the aal#,   or definite booking with G?A.Li»e,   until  22nd*
Yeu will  understand that we cannot  issue S/B,  1703A,
until we are in posessien of shippers  order releasing the  inward
mevement.  When agent sends you that report ftfcewiag that salmen arrived
Nev*  3rd,  delivered 22nd,   the  storage then due must be shown and
accceunted fer.  Such delay is   up te shipper,  and the queetiea ef steamer
being delayed does mot enter i*te the matter.
Yours  trulyi
X • Jn* . 7/77/77/7 7mnc © uv «r. B. C.  Dec.   21e t/21.
G-184980.
B-891911.
C.   -J,   Black,   Esq.,
Auditor  mt Agencies*
-7 n ur 03*1.
Dear  Sir:-
Salmon  in store at Vancouver*
Yours   of tho 16th   inst.
I wrote you yesterday enclosing a ruling frem Br. Mcimb
which  eliminates  all  question ef assessing ship with storage charges en
salmon held mere  than  tan days on account  of delay  ts  ship*   This  eimplifi
es    matters,   and confines  storage chores  to  shippers  only.
As it now etands, wo can accept exporting instructions
from shippers within ten days of steamer's scheduled arrival date, and
collection of amy storage du^ us at  that date closes matter*
j&ceipt of delivery' order,  and shipping instructions.,from
owners  closes  ©ut tha  inward movement.  D/kf_?erm 1703A,   is  aent y^u§  and
the shipment becomes an outward movement aad ne storage involved*
inferring te closing paragraph of y^ur letter. Lets
referred te arrived Hevember 3rd and shippers did net giv% us  shipping
instructions  until 22nd*  @ne months  storage was  therefere assessable
against shipper.
The S/S   ttWaimeri*teM was  scheduled to arrive Nev*   25th.
Had shipper been in a pesitiea te de se he could have given us   instruct!©
-ns  en 16th er 17th   (within the 10 days)   thus lifting his   inward
shipment within  the 15 days  free  ti^e allowed.  Shipper probably did net CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C.   J.   BLACK,
AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF   AGENCIES
a.   ARNUM,
ASST.   AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
0/M
G - 1 8 4 3 S 0 Montreal,   December 16th,  1981,
B-891U1
km  1* Tennant, Esq* >
Travelling Auditor*
Vancouver, B*0*
Dear Sir:-
Salman In Store at Vancouver*
mm mm-mm mm mm mm >***-» wmiwis»j«x»>#wi»«h»m» *_■>»}«■ tm im.**mmm*m+mmm
lour letter of 5th instant*.
It seems to me that we can accept the views taken
by Messrs. HeNab & Clendenning. and allow Agent to accept outward
shipping instructions within 10 days of the anticipated sailing
of a ship, and allow him to close out his storage record*
If any storage accrues through the delay?for which
the Ship Is responsible, agent should accept B*F*Afs ruling on
each transaction as to whether we will proceed to colleet from
the vessel, or otherwise*: If not, assessment of storage should
be made in all cases, and application far clearance made to F*C*>*
giving reference to authority for walval*.
I do not quite understand your statement an page
S of your letter that *If we allow Agent to accept outward, billing
instructions within 10 days* •-••»**•• .and allow him to close out
storage record, it rather upsets our check on this revenue* because as you state towards the end of same paragraph - "We will
now have to check date of shippers instructions against steamers
schedule and then watch the steamers Sailing date, to see if
steamship owes us any storage* It may make such check a little
more complicate*, but It seems to me* perfectly feasible ?
I presume that assessment of storage against steamer will only be made on failure to collect from shipper, as in the
case you mention, the S*S* *¥almerine* Lots 6011-15 & 14* Ihis
seems to be a clear case where the ship was responsible for the
three days storage - yet you say *We are holding to the shipper*s
order and will collect from him" ?
Yours truly, J^tdl^,   ^  /
Auditor of Agencies/^ o
///////// Vane 0uv«r* B. C . Dec . 2&/M**
C, J. Black* Esq.,
Auditor of Agencieef
Montreal.
juear *^irt' —
B-891911,
Re Salmon in otore at Vancouver*
Further to my letter nf the 5th. inst.
In checking up ealnien in gtere I find several l©ts en
hand, totalling 1506 casesf en which we accepted exporting instructions
fer the s/s "Heat Cervin® scheduled tt arrive here levember 30th. This
steamer has been delayed and now expected te arrive temerrew.
I took up with Hr* McHab regarding the question ef d^lay
te ship and whether sttrage should be assessed ship owners when delay
exceeded 10 days. He has new written agent as per attached, and has
applied Rule 7 B.C.C.S* Tariff 245 to cover*  If we accept "carrier* in
abeve ruling te apply te ship, it will eliminate all question of
assessing ship with storage en this traffic* I will accept this interpretation ef tariff unless I otherwise hear frera yeu*
Yours truly$
T*A* COPY
FORM 101
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
INTER-DEPARTMENT
CO R RESPON DENSE
Vancouver, B.C.,December 20th, 1921
file A-2978
Storage Export Canned Salmon
G.I.McGrea,  Esq:-
In connection with Storage Charges
on Export shipments of Salmon.
Where any additional Storage accrues
through a delay in arrival of steamer, no storage
should be assessed.  This is covered by Rule 7, Page 10
of B.C.C.S. Tariff #245.
In accepting shipping instructions for
Canned Salmon already on our Docks you should not accept
such shipping instructions prior to ten days before the
advertised sailing date of the vessel on which booked.
JGMcH/EM
cc A.W.Tennant,Esq:-
Travelling,Auditor.
ON FHEIGHT AOBHT o
A////////V    v^r.B.C. Bee. Stfe/21*
C. J. Black, Isq.,
Auditor of Agencies9 B-891911.
Montreal.
Dear Sir:-
Re Salmon In Stare at "Vancouver.
We had considerable correspondence regarding above, and,
en page 4 my  letter April 18th,1914, I advised you that it was under*teed
that shipper1* orders te expert salmon would emly be accepted when
steamer was actually in pert*
I find that this ruling hat ft em times been departed from.
We have accepted shippers1 erders and cleared eur storage records previous
te the actual arrival ef vessel*
• Messrs McMab and Clendenning advise Ml that w@ ari,
ebliged te accept outward cargo within 10 days ef the steamer1* scheduled
sailing date, and that shipper cannet be held responcible f#r any delay
te such st easier. Tha Steameahip Ceft is liable fer any delay exceeding
the 10 days, and when such' is the case we should use discretion as le
actually assessing them*
On asking why this 10 day clause is net inserted ia
B.C.C. Tariff Ne. 245, I am told that it aveids eur acceptance ef local
experts before steamer is ready te handle them* We have not the shed
space te take care ef it, and under present arrangement we advise the
shipper wheat he may deliver te us fer amy specific steamer* The salmon
is already en eur decks, in stare* and owner can be alls wed 10 days en —■
# 2 C.J.Black*  Isq.*
the outward moveuient*  Sort ef a mild discrimination between the shipper
wfce held* his gweds  in his own warehouse,   and the shipper who has hie
goods An eur stoaage*
.The system,  and report  forms 1703 & IV03A sent your
offies,   is  designed te check ®ar  storage charges.   If we permit «^geat  to
accept  outward shipping  Instruction* within 10 day*  ex" the anticipated
sailing of a ship,   and allow him to close  out  the   storage record,   It
rather upsets  our check en fckls  t evenue.  On the other ixand;   the
explanations of Ifeeare SucN&b and Ciendenniag,  as  to what shippers  can de
with et&ar docks and s/s C&y1*,   convinces me that their  interpretation
ef thia matter  is correct* Bo yeu Lee any objection to accepting their
viev/s,   7.n& what is your  ruling covering the question of storage which
any ship  is reepenctble f^r^  when  the latter causes a delay  oxcceding
10 days.? Will agent accept B.l\Afs ruling,   on each transaction,  as  te
whether we will assess again*t chip*? As above mentioned,  thia upsets
the original aya-teai*  We  wiil new have  te check date  ef shipper1*
instructions against  steatuera  schedule,  and the* watch  the sailing date
te tee  if steamship  ewe  us any storage.
Lets  6011-13 & 14  on l)/k #2872 brought  this matter  te
my attention.  i?/s  "Waiaerlne" was due t« _ail K.v.29tk.  She hewever did
net reach her. until #.▼• 28 ti*-. ailing Dec.2nd,.  Shipper gar.  u.  ©hipping
instructions  ** Nev.  22nd.   ¥©u will nete that th.se lets  went int.
storage No*.3rd,  and we assessed storage ef #12.14.   An attempt was made
t© blame ship fer th® delay Nev.18th-21st;  But we *ro holding   to  thn dat. o
# 3 C.JeBlack*  Esq.,
ef shipper?&  order on us,   and will collect frcm him*
competition no  doubt ma&es  it unwiae to split
hairs  on question*  at this kind;   But  I  think any question ef waival  cf
revenue anould not be left \fith am agent.  How do you wish etemrage
handled-rhen  ship   1* reeponcible  for delay exceeding Hae 10 day*  free
tine alleww»a#  assess  and fight  eut  afterwards,   or accept D.F.A.a
instructions  net  t ^se*?
Y^utb  truly*
.1 . A . P Y
VANCOUVER B, C. SEPT. 5/ii
■■i^isoEaiuiifi^
IfiiKSL
SAI MON  SHIPMENTS
LIS_-
OFFIOE STAFF.,.
I
)N THE ARRIVAL OF A LOT MANIFEST fill BE ENTERED  INTO SALMON
tHOUSE BOOK AND THEM HANDED INTO OFFICE BY J CLERK ILL ALSO
SEE THAT SAME IS PROJED AND lltl BIIEB SOtH PRO AGAINST SHIPMENT IK
BOOK
^TcLERK'IILL NOT DELIVER OR RESHIP ANY CONSIGNMENT UNTIL
N0.2 EXPENSE BILL HAS BEEN HANDED HIM A? EVIDENCE THAT CHARGES AND
BILL OF LADING HIVE BEENJ*WFECTED.
3, ON SHIPMENTS CONSIGNED   ORDER THE CASHIER WIST ENDORSE ON THE
NO^BILL OF LADING SURRENDERED DELIVER TO—- _      t   - _..__*
4, ON SHIPMENTS FOR FIRMS HAVING CREDTT CASHIER %ILL..fNffORSE ON
N0.2   CREDIT ACCOUNT   MICH #ILL BE EVIDENCE THAT
F  DF  Qv  AO^fttWTAMT
5, N0.2 EXPENSE BILLS «ILL BE RETAINED 8Y SAUK* CLERK As HIS
AUTHORITY FOR DELIVERY. TO BE FILED 3Y HIV  IN LOT PRO ORDER AS
SOON iP^ENT HAS BEEN FULLY DELIVIREC OPTED 3Y ALLJTORS AND
RECEIPTS, >
I.       SALMON CLERK ttILL WAKE A COPY OF N0.2S AS THEY REACH HIM AND
HILL ENDORSE ON THE LOT NO. AND ANY INFORMATION THAT * ILL BE USEFUL
IN THE OFFICE.      THESE %tmun% COPIES TO BE WmB  IN EACH DAY FOR FILING
AND COMPLETING THAT PECO*?D.
7.       CONSIGNEES wlU. NOT 8E ALLOIED TO MARK LABEL m REMOVE
UNLE
&0    €$ .f9 it    A A&f €> I
GNEE HOLDS THE NO. 2  SIGNED BY CASHIER.
YOURS TRULY
AG CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE    OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C.   J.   BLACK,
AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
H.   J.   DALTON,
ASST.   AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
W. H. BLACKALLER,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
B/Cb.
b£ * £ o ? 2.
Montreal,  October.   9th
191*.
A. W. Tennant Bgq.,
Travelling Auditor.
Vancouver.  B. G.
Salmon in store at Vancouver Wharf.
Referring to yours of Sept.30th.
When you are in a position to make a eheek
of the salmon In store at Vancouver Wharf, please make out
Y&?t£/
your list of what is on hand, the same as was formerly and
A
send it to me, when I will check it with my books and advise
you if there are any discrepancies.
Auditor of Agencies.
X: Y o
» • *'//// r, Dec. 13th* 1916*
CH 9 6 i 1 7 4
C* J* Black, Isq*,
Auditor af Agencies..,
Montreal*
Dear Sir:- .Salmon
' """»* .m»w«>ir mmi _hih,»(i
7%3  Vancouver Wketrf.
Ye urs of tke 21at ult. 0 96*174.
Pap'.. 17 Tariff I.CCS* 152 covers all tkat ii eai* i*
tariff* about the difference between salmon and amy etker shipments*
There is really ne authority, en file, for deliver in-, -,.^ie
traffic *pieee-meal* on sub erdere from     .It apparently is an
arrangement kanded dewa from the eld C*P*M.C©* and Mas never beea
embodied in instructions by iw Company.
80 $  ef the salmon comes to ue on small coastwise atearners,
and we de aot get any earnings wkatever untill salmon ia skipped out*
I would refer you tf my letter Apl* 18tk* 1914, your file
I 891911^ wkick fully explains our system of handling this traffic*
We collect, or charge up t© the accounts of those having
credit, tke irnmrd charges on all salmon && faet as it arrive**
As feoea a »al»*n elerk ka* tke IJo. 2, ©k*d by Cashier,in
hand ke accepts sub orders from tke owaer* end deliver* er ships
according to their instructions* We then assess any wkarfage or
storage due us at tkat tim< *
Intha case referred to,in my letter Stk/ ictober, consi^n^e*
kad not taken out delivery order and our  clerk refused to deliver
s amp 1 t_e          	 o
/
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# 2  C. J. Black, »*<i*
samples from the shipment* Mr. Clenderming then wrote agaat as per
hie B 3451 eant you*
■ Aside from tke general principlethat we should not deliver
part of any shipment untill ownership ia established by taking out
Expense Bill in the usual way. I consider it bad policy to upset eur
present arrangement ef collecting: charges on arrival into salmon shed*
Many shipments remain en hand undisturbed for weeks or months, If we
let owners get into the habit of not paying che freight untill they
are ready to break shipment we v/ill only be buildinc &P an ®/s A/c,
and causiny; a lot more detail in handling our. salmon sked accounts
and •/« a/C'e*
Ido a      -nd that tariff or instructions make it necessary
that consignees should pay on arrival. But £ know that a change from
this method will onl$  add to an already complicated office*
We practically eliminate the salmon business from the other
received freight v/lijn we colleet tke inward chargest it then b«c»,oinee
a feature of its ewn and handled by tke clerk in charge of salmen shed/
Under such an arrangement we do not have te contend with salmon in eiar
check ef sheds and @/s A/c, as it enable© us to make a separata job ef
it with tke salmon records only. We have at present come  inety
thousand eaae* on hand, and it tak^s &ome time to go into this
account properly*
If eel that .Mr. Clendenning should not instruct the delivery //////////
I 3 Ci J* BlacK, X*q*
If eel that Mr. Cl&ndenning shoula not instruct tke
delivery of sample* out of a ekipment that has not keen claimed,
and we would like to stlc    our  present method if pos&ible
Yours truly,
T* A*
- / •..       ;	
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
OFFICE    OF    THE    AUDITOR    OF    AGENCIES
C.   J.    BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES.
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES.
W. H. BLACKALLER,
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES.
h. j. dalton Montreal, November 21st.  1916.
jj?*{': .*■<.«- 9 6 0 1 7 »..,
A.  W.   Tennant,  Esq*,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:-
Yours 5th October*
I son unable to follow your argument in this case
or to understand your continual reference to owners taking out
"delivery orders11. What are the usual shed regulations referred
to which you think should govern? Perhaps it witld be better to
give me fuller information on the subject,so that I can understand
in what way the recent instructions will alter our system and objects
I do not wish to interfere in the business unless
we are sacrificing some necessary safeguard by not doing so.
Yours truly,
Auditor of Agencies.
_7 © uv* !•<?♦ Sa»p*e#3eff 8%tt./«**S*
B,54»l.
S-avU&S
43
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He ng to^ tn* question of sampling «an&a& aaJtaon
fhttfcf at Vasiaourtu.1. it will, in future, ba &a t
OB
you to i^
$il*a JftroB iifcipKionts of   Oaaned i&Uaon on our
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Lftd,   the  storing  of  salr.jn, &   under
xciJL re|£i< dns,   it a *eeencl contract,  and it  in sit
I .r irOmmj. 11*o tr. mej e£ L?*ti^ ny*
I y  order   is i   out  shipment  should  come
ti ch Oilmen
t not accept any orders or   instructi n the
ions if nee   until  delivery  or ed.
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// /////////// Vancouver. I. C_ Mot. 15t&A&«
Cm   J.   Black,  Beq.,
Auditor at Agencies, B~891911.
Montreal.
Bear Sir:-
Salmon  in store at Vancouver Wharf.
Yenre  of Oct.   2?tfc*
Agent's explanation of March 36th wae in order:  but fee
failed te issue B/k covering tbe 1 e/s Sample* & cull* mentioned.  D/&
1725 fur I e/f  since cover*  this,   and this lot now O.X.
Lot 9419«   Your reference to 11 c/e on D/fe 1677 now
make*  this lot 0«K.
Lot 5040.   Somtime between April,  .-nd Juna 6 c/e belonging
to tills let were dissevered among tbe-various   "overs* in sited.  0wn#re
were advised arid disposition arranged,  && per B/H 1698*  Tke notation in
stock book that  7 a/a were sbort landed wae apparently incorrect,
fe dispose of this lot I am having the balance 1 a/a sbown en B/fe 1763
today a*  ^culle*.
Correspondence  since  to hm%nA from C.A.Line would indicate
that there is no chance of the tkree over-loaded cases being located and
returned us.    Fetbinf further can be done, until owners present claims
for tfeese missing case*.   It  is doubtful  if any claim will be made on us*
Claim*- Agent  in tbe meantime has  not disposed of tha o
2 C.J.Black, Esq.,
over© turned into hi* look-up in September, and if a claim for above
ahortgaga is made, aa adjustment will no doubt be arranged by using
seme of these overs.
In the meantime do you wisk them written off by issue
ef D/it 7 I think it would be well to let matter* stand until owner* have
made their next inventory ef stock in our sheds. In eur future checks
we can follow thi& _oaiter iurtuer and advise you results*
■ Yours truly,
« M.9 o
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
COMPANY.
OFFICE
OF
THE    AUDITOR    OF   AGENCIES
c.
J.    BLACK,
AUDITOR   OF AGENCIES.
MONTREAL.
H.
J.    DALTON,
asst. auditor of agencies
W.
H.    BLACKALLER,
asst. auditor of agencies
October 26t
B S 9  1 %  1 1.
k*  W. Tennant, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor, G.  P.R..
Vancouver, B. 0. *
Salmon in store at Vancouver Wharf.
Referring to yours of September 10th and previous
correspondence in connection with above.
Regarding Lot; SSSl. hyj  Oases were taken in store
J
and deliveries were made:-  Report l6j? -*     ««.<=!*»»
1641 -
1656-
1675
1721
1725
1725
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(culls)
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when the delivery of 12 cases was reported on February 20th/15 D#R.
1656/agent shewed balance on hand of $$&  our recor-as then shewed a
balance of J3S this was taken up with agent and he advised me on
March 26th as follows:- *15delivered on D.R.1641. 12 Dlvd on D.R.I656
&//? jyzyd
" 1 case delivered on 1637, 1 case samples and culls , JO cases on
HD.R. \G0.  ___xi2x_Bi±_BK_Btxsa_xBx8. balance on hand JSS."   If the
case of culls shewn on D. R. 1725 Sept 7th is the same as that mentioned in Agent's letter of March 26th this lot would now be correct. % - (2)
Re lot $kl$ mentioned by you,  11 cases were reported
delivered from this lot on D. R# 1677 April 19th as having been delivered
on Feb l?th , but omitted from D. R. 1655.  Is this now correct?  ^
Will you please again look Into and advise regarding
lot 50%Q 9    this was originally reported to me as 500 cases received,
2fJ were delivered and you advised on April 24-th thatMstoek book shews
3
"7 cases sho>6it landed, evidently should have been reported 2S5*.     n
f\ ,  / '
Agent on &is report 169^  of June 12th reports delivery of 6 cases   xC
salmon from this lot;*
Re the 2 cases short in Lot 9019  and 1 case short in
Lot 9175 mentioned in yours of Sept 10th, as being up with 01aims
Agent.  I presume you will advise how this matter will be adjusted.
V,
Auditor of Ageneie^ ////////// Vancouver. B. Cs Sept. I0th/l5.
C.  J. Black,  Isq.,
Auditor ef Agencies, B»89IfcII.
Montreal.
Dear Sir:*
Salmon in Storo at Vancouver Wharf.
Ba far ring t* your letter ef July 2utk*
I^ «y &tate*eat Ay-ril  'i\%\% I advissd that wa had 2 ease*
on hand Lot oloi.*    We since find ^hat the  twe caeaa shewn u» de net apply
te this let.  Ifeaee twe **ra ever*,  part ef fe eaeae,  new aar&cad by ©/a
207.
ibere  is zemwbat ef a mix-up  in delivery ef let* 5151
and 6S04 around October IfXg,  and it would look aa if two eaae* were
Ehort motived on let 51SI*    Consignee* de not claim any balance en
these let*,  and I have now had tliem written eff on D/k 1726 te ele&r
the reeerds.
Lets 5027 I 23  (oeneelid&ked iftte eft* aaat),  5654,  5931
and 7696 Imve nam been placed ia tke hand* tf Claim* Ageat fer diepeait-
iea. 8*a*igacee were uaaware tha* we a till feeld balance* »a lata §6§4 &
5931,  and we nam expeet ta make early delivery te titea. Tha ©tber twe
let* will no deubt be aald by Claim* Agent.    $taragn ebargea will ba
ae&eaeed when these lata are diepeeed ef. # 2 G.J.Black,
• 9
Wo bare new made'a clean-1^ ef all ever*.  74 eaae* kave
been tranaferred te Ciaia A^ent1* lack-up and cararai by ever reperta aa
per etatemeut attached*
Definite i&etructieite kave beea given tkat future
ceaelgafLcate amat be kaadled similar te rail frei£kt, O/R er g/a i**ued
and ever* ianedlately placed im tbe leak-up fer Claim* Agemt1* instruct-
ion*.
1 -mirkt eay tbat a large portion ef thia aalmem ia
delivered u* by a.«nall  steamer* ewn^d by the camber is***   It  in a aammam
ma^Vkrama ta be ever er akert fr©__ tke*a beat*,  a$d,  a* already explained
a eaae er ta* af aalJien dent werry  them.   1 kave augsceted te aw aalme*
elerk tkat ke reqaaat skipper ef auck ateamera  i*e alter tkair manifeat ta
ua te agree  aitk tke actual number ef eaaea unloaded, Tfcia will ke^p eur
reoard* axraig&t and make 0/H er S/A uiuteeeaaary*
Im tbe eaae ef eur ewa beatea  er,  ether regular
steameklp Cay9* ateamera w$ muat feaadle by repert* te Claiaa Dept.
In additiem te tbe 74 full eaeee mm fcaad mm ksxac turned
ever ta Claim* we b&ve 20 part taae* ef varitu^ lata m baud.    Xkle ia
due te ewaerB uaing part ef a eaae far culla and giviag u* aa erder te
clear tke full case,  fhe- balance it left by eraere fer ua* ia filling
up when chilling anetber let.
Tkcac 2 0 eaae* kave beta placed ia a email loci:-up ia
ealmem aked and will be eiinply atered far tke ew&er* uee aa required.
We eannet very well get away frem tkla,  and in future cbecka we will
 i — 3 C.J.Black* Bet. »
igncre tbeae broken eaaa lata.
^e kave gene inte everytkiitg v^ry tker&ugkly witk aalmea
clerk in charge.  Xhc atack ia now eerreat, with exoeptieaa belew mated,
aa at Sept.  3rd, and there will bu ne exouae for tuctknr deecrepa&cica
witk tkia caiman.
Attacked find atatei&eat adjusting reecrda aa B^r li»t
yen acnt me. Alae atatcacmt at all a alma a ia a tar a at Scft.  3rd.
feu *ill nete tkat we are ekort 2 caaeg let 9079 ani I
eaae Let 9173 everleaded' to G.A.tine p£c*uaera«  i kftvd bad ageat explaia
tkeae *korx.agee ta Claiiae Ageat, aa£ auguet  fco tka latter tkat we kelA
a few ef the over* te apply eheuld the miaaing cases act be lecated*
Jke ealmea are af varieu*  value*,,  and it ka& beea estimated tkat 6 or 7
caeca af 0/E #205 we uld oe?er value of tka aliasing cas$a*  Tbe Company
will»pca aave maney by adjusting in tkat way*
Ckcck cf ealaien akeda,  aad reearda, uill la future be
^ade ia eur periedleal visit* te tkia effiee*
Ycura truly,
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. C.    J.    BLACK,
AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES.
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE    OF   THE    AUDITOR    OF   AGENCIES
MONTREAL.
H.   J.    DALTON, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ASST.   AUDITOR   OF  AGENCIES. P# 20th      July,       1915 '
W.    H.    BLACKALLER,
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES.
B—8 9 1 9 1 !•
k.  W. lennant* Esq.*
travelling Auditor*  C. P. R.
Vancouver.  B. C.
Salmon in Store at Vancouver Wharf.
Referring to your letters of April 2^th, and July Sth,
regarding above matter. Re lots 5151*  2 Oases on hand i .qJj,
565^      9*1 * "     *
7696       2^ * "      tt    you will please
have the question of these lots being disposed of, taken up witfi the
Claims Agent, the storage up to the tifte the salmon has been in store will,
of course,  have to be taken out of the proceeds.
Regarding your query as to how to handle "overs11, I would
say that Agent should report the quantity as manifested,  and send the
"overs1* to the lock-up to be at disposal of the Claims Agent.
Regarding the shorts,  report the actual number of cases
received,  and^let the Claims Agent deal with claims for shortages.
I attach hereto a list of lots open In the year 491^ •
Kindly look Into this and advise.    In future please make a periodical  check
of the salmon in store.
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i J. Dalten, Esq.,
Aa*t» Auditor cf Agencies, B.89I9II*
Montreal.
Dear Sir:-
He Salman in stare at Vancouver Wharf.
When  you were here it waa arranged that I akeuld make up
a sample ef tke euh-erder form, which to considered aa necessary te
improve our reeorda and syetem, and yeu would arrange te kave it printed.
Weuld new advise tkat an awkward feature preaenta itaelf, which I had
net ferseen, . Tkat ia. that salmon ia stored by Ivans Coleman and Bvana,
Johnson Brea, aa well aa ourselves* Salmon dealera stare at all three
wharvea*
The B.C.Packera Aesn, the largest shippers on tka coaat,
would be quite willing to adept an order form supplied by ua: But, of
course, they would not wish to have more than one style of order, or a
different system with all three of ua* No doubt Evana Coleman and
Johnston Brae, would have no objections te accepting orders on a C.P.h*
atandard form: But thia would be doubtful, perhape unsatisfactory te you,
and I presume we dc net want the risk of a form having to be abandoned
later on* I kave therefore concluded that it would be better to drop the
idea, and make arary  «±&ddDc improvement poaaible on the present material
and system* K
<  # 2 H.J.Barton, Isq.,
We are arranging to strengthen our chock on "culls* used*
aa suggested by you,* and will get thia point lined up so proper
clearance will be promptly given us and recorded against the stock*
In my  report #1401, page4, April 24th. I suggested that
you give us your o/s balances on all salmon received into store te the
end of 1914* so we can straighten the whole thing to that point.
I would alao like to have your instructions as te how
we should handle "overs* & *ahorts* from these ateamera handling salmon.
R/4t Form 1*03 should evidently show what we actually receive into stor$;
But I think we should turn *0vera* into freight Claims loek-i$> to be
diapoaed of by hiia, and not permit the present netkod of locally
adjusting shortages by use of overages, lack consignment should be
adjusted on ita merit*, aa is done with all other traffic,*
Yeura truly,
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Vancouver, B. C., _	
 191	
To	
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Please deliver from your wharf to„	
the following lots of our Canned Salmon.
Destination _
Shipper	
Consignee	
Notify	
Bills Lading..
..or order
LOT NO.
LOCATION
DELIVERED BY
NO, CASES
SHAPE
MARK
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Vancouver, B. C,	
To...
.191..
Please deliver from your wharf to	
the following lots of our Canned Salmon.
Destination.
Shipper	
Consignee	
Notify _	
or order
LOT  NO.
LOCATION
DELIVERED  BY
No, CASES
SHAPE
MARK
BRAND
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////////// Vancouver* 1. C. April 24tk/l5
0.   J.  Hack,  Esq.,
Auditor  of Ageneiea,
.atrial.
Bear Sir:-
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Salman in store at Vanci
arf.
Yours, ef the 14tk inst, and return    ^.closure* sent m
1  am -ncleaing detail infcrmatlc*    ring all Lota
referred 6c. Alao :d/R 1679 April 23rd,    *tin&    > of the differencee
carried in ; our fceeke*
. la no definite record of odd cases used te replace
*blows*, and   re has not been amy order from ownersf up to April 1914,
to release us. Sut t    lack book in , practically, all cases has a
notation to the effect- that they were used to re.     blows.
Would    aim that gangs cf chincac are working witk I
&i in shade, culling, lafcclliag, aad repacking-     report te
owners the number of tins thrown out: lut our staff cannot induce the
report to us* We can only arrive at this tey periodical check
and owners     agree that shortage was used te replace culls. A oklncae
foreman raay take a case from another Lot, belonging to same owner, to
fill out a Lot fee la labelling. It would be an expensive?   ;er te
stand over these nan  and watch just what is done. I    i  busy season
.... will ba ten or more gangs at work. At tke preeent time there are
about 25 Chinese at this wcrk__ _—————————-—■-——-—*■—-—— o
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The sal/aon brokers appear ta very liberal in writing off
differences I      .lock, ihey .make a i ok  themselves at intervals,
and straighten tleir records to agree \ actual ^tuck balance witk us
I an advised that we have never paid a claim through losa
fro® oar shed. I also note that we have salmon on hand that uwnere
appear to have lost sight of. It is alao advised rm  that overland**
cases are frequently used to make up shortages which do become a zaatter
of dispute between owners and ourselves:. ! • eae adj u^-t.nen^s are often
made locally without reference fee fckc     m  Agrent. It appears to be a
recognised practice by the Claims Dept1, and they often ask Vancouver if
they have some overs that can be applied against shorta, or damaged,
cases at destination.
At tke preeeat time there are about 75,cases of various
marks •over* in aked. ieme of these h&        wt skipped out, and
apparently no inquiry received fr        fctiea.    rs arc found over
at destination and sent hack to us: l  tantime tkat particular
Lot -aa apparently disposed of correctly. A larg;.-   '-er of tkcae overs
are duly handled by 7/n   1       1 fully explained: --at odd cases are
left ©vers from Lots cleaned up, accordin- to records, and we dont know
wky, or how, we are over,
0- . ■ af cu     we can understand shorts:
lut the overs should all have'^n exj.lanation. I a        a impression
per* ar..., Li   the c       a, very liberal akcut a f
wdd casea, and threw in      f* case or two when 1, g at cannery. o
# 3 0.T. Mack, • eq*,
rout cerrectin/-   if cat or increasing
and I        • are tax en by us w
the Lot they bel^n*; to.
at method ii
use of these overs no doubt ad utea and a1
tea losing a few cents storage account full iu
in store:  ut If we **et it darn to actual fl 'ures •
consigneea the overs, and give ourselves a    if  i
correspondence in explaining away alerts. Kawercr,
mine ins matt era, 1    i3        i unsound, and i*
r dishonesty i    e shed n orpgCJ I
itself,
X '       ntion tkat i'     I be all
karidle the sa]   records fror.. fice.
at the extreme end of ,    ... arves and is   L ng dii
the buaj salmon eeaeea a clork is located at
same tt&e, tne
i claims. We may
! reported
.11 ba handing
and andless
'* is no use
.ves an opening .
rltih tke  salmon
impossible te-
Pier is situated
e from office.
Pier and handles
all reccrda direct. In the slack seaeei
foreman has charge of the records, lie,
a that can' de thia bookkeeping satis.
at pr ,   the  shed
ile,   xt.  not   the class  of
records
In  our
Cf checking  ealmon   c
inwards chargea,.   fhis particulj
to C.A.Lin a steamers.  We c&lj
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*r£ cc do not make a practice
in; current Lcta  tkat  are O/s tke
hed is     y aa3 nd exgoriti
a check  of ab   . -cted witk
e of all rvea. ■#.4 C.J.; 1
I went int© this aalnon storage, and records, r^ry  fully
a year age, -    rctc you a lea letted under date ef April I8tk/l4.
Ua  reply was made, and I took it for granted that you -.ere satisfied to
let it stand.      .r, I wAa  several       ions &r,d oham.ee tkat has
lied in an improvement in records since. Culls have been fairly well
cleared up hy reporting te you on d/R, and the fill-   nd reference* in
records enable us te readily investt ...r Lot.
The rec.   around I9IO & IX were handled personally by
former .- ~ent I*   rcery, and I can see tkat it weul* be next to
impossible to properly investigate same of the d.    nces no?; shown
3h  you. Ke apparently did not always follow    At  orders: Imt would
take the quantity frcm any Lot that be    xl to the saine owner and waa
of the a*mc grade of  i  in* Xn     cases the Lot He. shown on shippers
order waa not el   | to agree     Let fe. aa  I     aken from.
I would saggeat tkat ycu write off the few cases that
met Sua now be explained. Would alse ,   ,,st t    .vu give us a
co;apletc list of vour o/s records to sad ef 1914. ec wc can adjust all
records to that data. It is evidently advisable that we make a complete
check of the salmon shed periodically, fko reports being sent you
direct would fully cover every requirement: provided the correct figures
were shown on receiving reports, and balances shown on D/ii report*
ally agreed with stock hock balances, and It **.e seen that suck
s t eck waa ac t ually si   "d•
STe doubt you will advise    -or on tkia, and instruct
what the future practice will he as r arda ov@rs. # 5  C..T.
iUi
>t arrive at jusi        * salmen waa  used lor
replacing culls:   kut I kave &u
i ild  inform ua  i. tk
and we could Lviae  owner
I presume  that
bior .arge  is  in  order,   A
as  sample*2   T ut  1  tnink it wou
point.
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ed ok of shad
dd cas^i,   Of  caa^s,  had disappeared,
teat his  crddf  to claar  our record
tin.     •   8  culls   ,   or blew***,   without
ateved by owners
aylAttlni  hairs  to bring up  that
jwic covering
Ufaber  of cases shown on the
.■uld
original rcperta e*itt you,
id explain u.x_iv«A^ua9
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.    A* CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY.
OFFICE    OF    THE   AUDITOR    OF   AGENCIES
J.    BLACK,
AUDITOR   OF AGENCIES.
H.   J.    DALTON,
ASST.   AUDITOR   OF  AGENCIES.
W.    H.    BLACKALLER,
ASST.   AUDITOR   OF  AGENCIES.
MONTREAL, ^^   ^^   ^^
b a 91911.
A. W. Tennant* Esq.,
Travelling Auditor*
Vancouver,  B. 0. Div.
Pear    Sir,
Re Salmon in Store at Vancouver Wharf♦
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Enclosed you will find a list of cases of salmon,
which according to our books should still be in store at Vancouver
Warehouse.   This list is for salmon taken into warehouse from
January 1910 to December 1913*  ®ke deliveries of same are up to
and including delivery report 1669 April 5th 1915•
Will you please go into this matter and verify my
list with Vancouver Books*
I am also enclosing copies of letters advising errors
in salmon storage reports which to date are still unanswered, please
investigate and make the necessary adjustments advising me.
lours truly,
/)
Auditor of Agencies. ////////// Vancouver. B. 0. April XS/l4
C. J. Black, Esq.,
Auditor of Agencies,
Montreal %
Pear Sir:-
Salmon Warehouse, Vancouver Wharf*
I have rnade a detailed check of three montha business
in above*
All storage earnings appear to ha^e been fully protected,
but there are aeveral points that require adjusting to make this record
satisfactory.
•wing to tke-amount'of salmon exported through ue it waa
found nocessary to place a clerk, and all records, in one of our wharf
aheda located some distance from our freight offices*
All manifeata covering salmon ex local ateamera pasaea
through salmon clerk1a handa for recording into warehouse book* Aa soon
as freight charges have been taken care of the M/bill  ia turned over to
aalmon clerk who immediately issues a copy of no. 2 lAlll, makea hia
notationa on same aa to Lot Mo*, and handa to filing clerk to complete
No* 2 records in the main office. The original #2 is held open at tke
aalmon shed until shipment ia finally diapoaed of, and ia than filed
away with his records* # 2 C.J.Black, Esq.,
All salmon ia euppoaed to bc delivered on eub^ordcra
from owner*; but X find that there ia no uniformity in thia reapect?
It is impossible to file euh-ordere to #2 l/bill, aa a
complete record of dispoaition of that particular lot, aa a sub-order
frequently covera twenty different lots* belonging to the same owner.
W# are therefore obliged to file sub-ordere aa a separata record*
On receipt of a auk*order clerk iseuc* an ord^r on akCd
foreman, Warm  1576 attac&ea,• amo oracr lie. is rccoraca against the lot
in warekeuee book. It uomee back to clerk for filing after foreman has
completed the delivery* ?orm X676 ia ia&ued on foreman for the entire
shipment called for on owners auk-order, 'ikis frequently m&k&a it
uecoes&ry for clerk to attach a detailed atatcraent of tho variou* lota,
marks, location, destination, and attack it to S.I676 which would ai&iply
show the total caaea called for.
Hearty all of this aalmon ia expert**, or loaded by rail
but occaaaionally a amall lot ia delivered locally* We get puraerfe
receipt on a #2 l/bill issued by eteamehip clerk for all exports. Rail
shipments are simply recorded on P.IS76 showing car nuaber and date
loaded. Form 1676 does not provide for a signature, and doea not properly protect ua on local deliveries, I came aerese form  62A, sample attd,
which I think should bc used in place of P.1676. If this form ia atill
in print would you consider it sufficient to protect our delivery record # 3 C.J.Black, 3eq*,
Mrary  shipper hae a different method of iaauing aub-
ordera on ua, and I think thia should bc lined up so that all will bc on
the same baaia. One shipper haa a neatly printed order form which they
hand to ua in duplicate. Another firm will write us an order on a sheet
of paper, ither firms simply hand us a skipping bill. Victoria ehippere
send us sAilla through our D.f.A* at Victoria. Shipping bille are not
satisfactory, as Xt / caae& we haya to let thia document go to the
main office in support of rail waybilling, and in thia way make a break
in our auk-order file* I think that it would be to our intereata to
get out a form ouraelvee and place in the hands of the salmon akippcra.
It should be issued in hook form, and in triplicate,. Tk* original,
and duplicate, to mono to ua, and shipper to retain tke triplicate.
Salmon clerk would retain, aad file, the original, &n&,affcer marking tke
location, would hand the duplicate over to foreman aa details of the
full number of caace called for on P.1676, also handed to him,* foreman
could retain this duplicate as hie authority and diepeeition of aalmon,
and it would make it unnecessary for clerk to write out all thia detail
information for foreman® guidance, aa ia done at praaent,*
Porm 1676 would be proed conaecutively and the aama pro
ahown on sub-order which would be filed in that order. This pro would
alao be shown in aalmon warehouse book againat each interacted Lot*
Sub-ordera are at present not preedj but each ehippere
ordera are simply filed together. Thia makes a proper check laborioua, /
# 4 C.J.Black, Isq.,
and unaatiafacyory, *
Another unsatisfactory feature is the question of
delivering date as shown on F.I70SA sent your office. Ixport aalmon
ia uaed oj  Stevedorca for stowing purpoaea, and one shipment will bc
acattered all over the cargo apace aa it ia required* Four or five daya
may elapae before thia lot ia entirely loaded, Tke queetion la; what
should we consider the loading, or delivering date? Another point ia:
the ship is loading and we get an order from shipper to ehipj but for
our own convenience we do not load thia for aeveral daya* What date
should be shown on I.I703A. This delay on our part may juat put it
beyond the free time allowance, and we cannot rarj  well onarge it up to
shipper? My opinion ia that we should only accept these ordera when x&x
ship ia atarting to load, and the date of a ub-order should in all caaea
be uaed on report f.I?03A to you. Thia of course would mean that we
ahow salmon leaving shed when as a matter of fact it ia still on hand
and will likely be ao for aeveral daya. Aa the matter now etanda; clerk
trye to report thia as it actually leaves our sheda; but there ia
absolutely no ckeck on it. Merchants aub-ordera ahow one date, elerke
order to foreman another date, and the report to you still another*
This causes confusion, and in several caaea I find the datea in aalmon
book ia a day or two out with all other datea* For thia reaaon I think
that a lab-ordera ehould be stamped on receipt and that date apply all
through our recorda. Will you pleaae advise aa to thia* # 5 C.J.Black, 1S(1'#
A lot of salmon may remain on hand two weeka and ia then I
sold and transferred to another aalmon shipper on a sub-order to ua*
The new owner , in turn, 1**3*a order* on ua* Tha preeant arrangement la
that clerk simply records tke date and change of ownership, and kandlea
it under the same Lot number* In tiiia way h& is frequently handling two
ahippera under one Lot* Would it not be more satisfactory to make a new
Lot out of thia transfer* iha original owner1* »ub~order to be handled
aa a delivery. Report fee you on J?*I70dA could show XM^MlSXXJtami^CC^ \
"Iranafer, see new 'Lot  # % and report 1.1?i3 ahow "Xraaafer from Lot #*
In entering up warehouse under new Lot tha origiani arriving date to be
ahown with raaakka ^Transfer from Lot # • ao tkat clerk will know that
new owner ia only entitled tc toe balance of tue iras  time allowance
from arriving date.
All aalmon ia inspected after arrival. The majority ia
also labeled, or  re-labeled,, and in doing ao bad tins are thrown out.
This frequently reaulta in a shortage of a case or  more on large lota.
Somtimes ahippera will replace the number of tins thrown out; but more
frequently they simply cut down their lot to that extent, and order out
what they know to be actually on hand with ua. Clerk will have a suborder *for 49 cases to clean up a Lot on which our records show a balance
of 5®. Be would in such caac report to you aa delivered 5®. We certainly
should get an order from skipper* covering the "cull** thrown out in
order to make our records complete and secure. # 6 C.J.Black, Bsq.,
The only receipt we give for this aalmon la on the
manifest to steamer landing it to us. @ur disposition can only be shewn
by the avib-ordera and outward record by ship, or rail,. Should we not
i&sue a warehouse receipt to owner? Some firm© make it a point to obtain
our Lot # for their records and information v»ken issuing orders on ua*
But the majority of orders simply give reference tu date and steamer on
which goods arrived to u&*, Ka**a dat^& are often incorrect, and 9W
clerk hat considerable trouble in locating the particular Lot called for
Ey idea it  that we should issue a warehouse .receipt as aoon aa delivery
order #2 la obtained from cashier, and hand, it to own ere. This recipt
akould be of a nature that would make it u&n$oe&i>&ry far ua to lift,
and one that could not be nfrgotiatfed tkrcugk tk* baake* It would be too
much to an*k that thia warehouse receipt be presented for endorecmeat
every time a portion of tha Lot ia delivered. A Lot tmy  be delivered on
I or 4© sub-orders*
Salmon ia frequently teamed to ua from ahippera who
landed tame at another Coy'd docks. We eater thia up under a Lot #;
but do not give a receipt of any kind. This deea not strike mc ad being
good businesa, and I think a warehouse receipt should be issued for all
salmon entering our sheds.
I am enclosing a page of warehouse book in use here*
Columns marked X  (in pencil) are not u&#d. twin* to the location, away
from main office, it would be cumbersome to obtain and enter up thia # 7 C.J".Black, Bsq.,
information. Th. nam. of the steamer on .xperts i.
really all tbe information w. r*quire, and I 4© not st* any valu. to th.
columns not now in use. l/bill. ar. mad. out daily in accordance with
iiffia* and turn.d into th. main offic. Th. Accountant gets th. carbon
r.cord of F.I703A each week, and do., all hi. Accounting from this r.cord
An awkward f.atur. is th. question of how much space to
allow in war .house book for .ach Lot. ®ne Lot cleans itself up in one
entryj tout the next one may require 4. entries before being finally
closed out. It makes crowed entries on outward record, or has to be
transferred to another page.
There are a number of peculiar kinks to this salmon
storage, and it is rather hard to explain all the details to you,
* »M.ar ,. _.„ »., _.», „_.* _» *__, „ .« iou. „.,*...
However, I fe.l that the thing is not on a proper footing. This business
is growing larger •yry  year, and it would toe well to get in shape now,
li you will agree that we put a standard sub-order in
tb« hands of shipper, advise mm  as regards warehouse receipts, and date
to be used in reporting on 3T.I703A I will then be in* a position fco
instruct agent as to furthar detail, to make this Account satisfactory.
Your* truly,
T. A. 15-7-12-40079
Form 1676
C. P. R.
WAREHOUSE
Storeman	
Vancouver...
 191;
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AUDITOR   OF  AGENCIES,
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I have this day delivered from Store, freight as under:
Report No,
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C.  A*  Bell,  Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,  Vancouver.
Dear Sir,^
Please note the attached Joint Tariff dated July 18th last covering
storage on salmon on wharves or in warehouses* in B.C., etc.,  also call
the attention of Mr. Miller to same and when checking Vancouver Freight
or at other points where storage should be accounted for please see that we
are obtaining our proper revenue from that source.
Yours      truly,
"3/
Auditor of Agencies.
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