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Hotel Vancouver and North Vancouver sub-offices. Equalization of traffic check Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Travelling Auditor (Vancouver) 1960

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Array Telegraph
Hotel Vancouver & North Vancouver
Sub-Offices. EQUALIZATION OF
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IN CONSIDERATION of tha eum of Ono Dollar   (#1.00) by *aah
af tha hereinafter nam*d parties to tha othor la haat paid,
r*ooipt whereof la hereby acknowledged,    THE AGREEMiMF datad
April 15. 1989, mad* between
CANADIAN NATIONAL TELEGRAPH OOHPANT
tharala and haraiaaftar oallad tha "National'
Of tha Pirat fart.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANI
tharala and harainaftar eallad tha "Pacific"
Of tha s*oond Part.
aaa expiring April 14, 1944, providing far Joint oommereial
telegraph faallltiaa in tha Hot*l Yancourer, la tha City
•f VANCOUVER, m th* Province of Britiah Colombia, la haraby
renewed from tha aald data af axpiratlon until tha 14th
day af April, 1940, aad tharaaftar from y*ar ta rear, subject
to tarmination upon tha 14th day of April la any yaer hereaft*r
by aithar party giving to tha other at laaat Three (3) months'
notioa la writing prior to that data, aueh notloa to ba
addraoaad aa in Clause 16 of tha aald Agreement provided;
under th* same terms and conditions aa are eontalned in
tha said Agreement.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF tha partiee hereto hato executed
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY,
hereinafter called the "Pacific",
OF THE OTHER PART,
WHEREAS the Hotel Vancouver in the City of Vancouver, in
the Province of British Columbia, la being operated in the Joint
intereata of Canadian National Railway Company and Canadian
Pacific Railway Company;
AND WHEREAS the parties hereto both desire conmercial
telegraph office facilities in aald Hotel Vancouver;
AND WHEREAS the National and Paeific have aatffced to the
establishment of a single office and Its operation In their joint
intereata:
IT IS THEREFORE AGREED AS FOLLOWS:-
1.  The parties hereto shall establish, equip and operate In
their joint Intereata a public telegraph office in apace available in the Hotel Vancouver in the City of Vancouver, In the
Province of British Columbia.
2*  All expenses and chargea incurred in connection with the
establishment, equipping, maintenance and operation of aald
Joint office shall be shared equally by the National and the
Pacific.
3*  Other than the aign to be supplied by the aald Hotel read*
ing "Telegraphs" or "Telegraph Office". no special signs of
the National or the Paclfio shall be displayed in the said joint
office or at the Joint office counter.  The telegraph blanks o
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of the National and the Pacific and of their respective
foreign and overseas connections shall be displayed and available to the public.
4*  Telegraph transmission facilities of both the National and
the Pacific shall be available for the use of the guests of
the aald Hotel and the public generally.  The person at whose
instance any message la being transmitted shall have the choice
as to which Company1s facilities shall be uaed for transmission
of the said message•  Said message shall be transmitted from
the aald Joint office, except in case of emergency, by the Company whose facilities are chosen by the sendera
5. Except as hereinafter set out, all revenues accruing from
the transmiaaion of a paid meaaage originating in or aent from
the aald joint office, after deduction of all tolls paid connecting companies over whose facilities the message may be transmitted, shall be divided equally between the National and the Pacific.
6. Any message transferring funds shall be transmitted by the
Company whose facilities are chosen by the peraon at whoee
instance the funds are being transferred. The  transfer of said
funds shall be the sole responsibility of the transmitting Company, and all tolls and charges accruing aa a result shall be
the exclusive property of the transmitting Company.  All and
any claims arising in connection with or as a result of the
transfer of funds shall be assumed and discharged by the transmitting Company alone without any right of contribution or
indemnity agalnat the other party hereto.
7. All revenues accruing from any measage, the tolla for the
tranamlaaion of which are to be collected frcm the receiver,
whether the meaaage be transmitted frcm or to the aald joint
office, shall accrue to and be the exclusive property of the
party hereto over whoee facilities the meaaage is transmitted. 8«  AH claims or demands arising out of or In connection
with the tranaalssion of telegraph measagea to or frcm the
aald Joist office shall be assumed and discharged by the
transmitting Company alone without any right of Indemnity or
contribution against the other party hereto•
9*  No person employed In aald joint office ahall be conaidered
a Joint employee, bat ahall be the employee of the National or
the Pacific alone, aa the eaae may be.  Any claim or demand by
an employee, whether far wages or ariaing aa a remit of personal injuries, or otherwise, ahall be assumed and discharged
by the respective employer without any right of indemnity or
contribution against the other party hereto*
10*  In any eaae where lose, damage or injury to any person or
property results frcm or arises out of or by reason of the
operation of aald Joint office or of anything done under the
previa ions of this Agreement and such loss, damage or Injury
does not fall within the prorisions of paragraphs 6, 8 or 9
hereof, them and in all and each of such eaeee the loss,damage,
injury and coats or any thereof ahall be assumed and discharged
jointly by the partiea hereto*
11*  Each and all of the proTlsions of this Agreement aa to the
division of telle and charges between the parties hereto end
aa to the property of the parties hereto or either of them in
such tolls and charges and aa to the accrual thereof to either
party1 s benefit ahall remain in effect for a period of six
months frcm the date hereof, and upon the expiry of said period
of eix months, each and all of aald provisions shall either be
continued by the partiea for such further period aa the partiea
may then agree upon, or, at the instance of either party hereto
declared by notice to the other party, ahall be subject to o
change in accordance with such revised Agreement in regard
to the division of, property in, an* accrual of such tolls
and chargea as may be then reached by the parties hereto.
12*  The provisions of this Agreement dhell not in any way
be regarded aa constituting a precedent for the operation
of any other Joint telegraph office or offices which may be
considered or operated by fee parties hereto frcm time to
tine.
IS*  Each of the parties hereto agrees to co-operate with
falraeas and candour toward the other and to carry out and
give effect to this Agreement la the meet liberal and reaaon-
able maimer compatible with the convenient operation of the
bualneas of both partiea.
14.  Amy difference which may arise under this Agreement,
either aa to 1 ts construction cr respecting the carrying out
of the same according to the true intent and manning thereof
which cannot be amicably adjusted, or any failure of the
partiea to reach an Agreement under the provisions of para*
graph 11 hereof ahall be submitted to an arbitrator to be
mutually agreed upon by the partiea hereto, or, in default of
such Agreement, to be appointed by one of the Judges of the
supreme Court of British Colombia on the application of either
party after 10 days* notice to the other party*  Each party
ahall pay half the costs of and incidental to any such arbitration.
15a  All noticea to be given under this Agreement by either
party shall be In writing end may be served either personally
or by mailing them, postage prepaid and registered, to the
Secretary of the other party at Montreal, Quebec. ~5-
16 a  Hie words "meeeage" and "measages" wherever ueed herein
mean and include a meaaage or messages aent wholly by land
telegraph or pertly by land telegraph and partly by underaeae
cable or wireleea tranamiesicn.
17*  Subject to the provisions of Clause eleven hereof, this
Agreement ahall continue and be in effect until the Fourteenth
day of April, A. D. 1944.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the partiea hereto have hereunto affixed
their respective corporate aeala attested by the hands of
their respective proper officers in that behalf.
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Official Record of the
Canadian Pacific Railway
Company. To be returned
to the Secretary, Montreal.
with the least ptiseibte
delay.
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tooaaoo to oo tlrtaoo aa a fIftjr-fifty tool© oa
itooaa ta* to© CaatpaaUa, laalaaiaf tao aoot af
(o)   all alaiam aa aoaaoaoo to or from tao £©lat afftoo
to oo aaauaad oai *l©oaar§a1 af tit traaamiot&at
•«mo©ar aloao, oiaatfot aa? ?l«at at lotoaotty m ■
ooatrloutlon a«oiu©t tao otaor Ooayaajr.
(a)    Coot of aalatoaaaao of tao aoaplito laotollotioa
la tat offlao to to oorao joiatlf ay tao to*
Coapaaiaa.
{•)   fao provioloa of faroltaro for tao offloo vooM to
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aa that each Coapaay aa far aa  po©albl© furnishes
50 p«ro«nt of tha furniture la ©rd*r that tha
question of ewnarahip ©ay ho alaarly understood*
I,    fiewenuaa ©a all outgoing daaaetl© coapetltiva and latar-    ^/
aotloaol telegreaa ©hall a* divided fifty-fifty aftor
payout© to oth©r Coapaai*©.
4*    fiaraaoa© ©a all doaaatie aoa-aoapetltive telegrams ahall
aot ho dlTlded hot ahall accrue la full to th© Coapaay
ob whose lis©© auah noa-ooap©tltlo© point© era located.
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5« Kaaaaga bleak* ©f both Coapanlea and their reepaetlva     •
eabl* ©a4 wirelese connection© ahall aa displayed la     v
equal proaiaaaa© la aaeh offla©.
©, All counter and othor aigna ©hall b* uniform ©ad of a
daalga that will not favour ob© Ooapany or th© other.
7. Method of ©porfttioa ©t thi© ©fflaa should ho aatoaati*
tap© printer malea© by ©cao othar aathod mutually agreed
upoa by Looal Superintendent©.
•• Th© provides of ©U a©©oa©©ry ataff at th© off lea ahall
bo arranged mutually ay tao Looal Sup*rint*ad*ata.
9. Telegraph tr.naad.aai on faoiliti©© of both ta© Canadian
National ©ad Canadian Peaifla ©hall bo avallabla for aae
of th© pahli© generally, fa© poraoa at whooo lnateaca
©ay aeaaage 1© being tranaaittod ahall have tha aholaa a© y
to which Coapaay *a faoiliti©© ©hall ha uaod for tha
traaaalaaloa of ta© ©aid aaecaga. Said aeaeagea ©hall ho
troaamittod frea tao joint office, except la ©aa© of
eaergeaey, by ta© Coapaay who©© faoiliti©a ©r© ehosan by
^■^•■W^paT    ^ar^^Peme^Mo^aa^MF W
10. Any aaaaag©© traaaforrlag fund© ©hall bo tranaaittod a©
far aa possible by ta© Coapaay whoa* facilities ©r© ahoaoa
by tha paraon at who©© inatanaa th© fund© aro b©lng trana-
ferred, The tranafar of auah funde ahall bo th© aola
responsibility of th© traaaaitting Coapaay* All and aay
alalaa arlsiag la connection with, or as a ro©ult of, th©
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transfer of fuada shall be aasuaed and dlaoharged by
tao troaaaittiag Coapaay alone, without ©ay right of
contribution or indoaaity against th© other party
harete.
11.  Za ©ay eaae whor© loas, daaaga ©r lajury to ©ay p©r©oa,
axaapt tha aeeeeaory staff aoatloaod la Paragraph 8,
er property results from or arises ©at of, or by reason
of the operetlea of ©aid Joint offices or of anything
doae under provision© of this arrangoaant ©ad auah !©•©,
daaage or laJury doe© not fall withia the provisions
of Paragraph 10, above, than ©ad la all and ©«ah of amah
•aao© th© lo©a, daaage. Injury aad aoat© of ©ay thereof
•hall ho ©aoaaod aad discharged jointly by ta© tao
Telegraph Coapanla©.
12. It 1© understood that the Joint operation of th© offla©
initially will be for © period of ©a© year to ho subject
t© eaaeellatioa by either Coapaay giving notice la writlag
to the ©tsar ©t leaat thro© aoath© before tao expiration
of th© ©a© peer period* If a© aotiae of teralnatlon is
givoa by either Coapaay to tao other tao agreoaoat should
eoatlnuo thereof tor from year te year subject to the saae
cancellation arrangeaant. la the eveat that saoh notlae
1© ©©rood from ©a© Coapaay to the other neither Ceapoay
shall ©oatiaoo to operate © branch la North Vancouver
after th© thro© aoath peried ©oataiaod la saoh act it a ha©
expired, unleee both Coapeniea or© enabled to operate ©
branoh office la North Yaneouver under reasonably separable condition©.
13. (a) Scttleaont of accounta la ©oaaaetion with theae       /
joint offices will be aad© through aoataly later-     *
©hang© e©ttloa©Bt votweea Caaadiaa National Telegraph©
aad Canadian Pacific hallway Cosy any.
(h) Arbitrary routing of traffic will only ho reoorted .
to for the parpoee of evening-uj any unhelanee in
the agreed apoa dlvlaloa of roToaae© la th© protlea©
aoath. o o
14. Accounting practleee la affeot with th* C.P.I, will be
adhered to by the C.M.f., inaofar a© C.P.R. business     ^
1© concerned aad alao th© C.P.R., will adhere te        K
accounting proctlaea in ©ffeet with th© C.N.T. insofar
•• C.N.T., huaineee is concerned,
15. It la to he understood that aa far a© poaaible all       .
North Yaaeouver traffic ahall be routed through the    y
propoaad new Bran ah Offlee aad euatoaera ©hall be
dlooouraged froa telephoning their aeasagea direct
to raapeetivo aaia offices in Yaneoaver.
till yoa pleas© let aa know if the eondiiioa©
outlined above are aatlafaetory to yoa, in which ooae X suggest
that we eaa thea notify our reepeetire Superintandante te proceed accordingly.
(agd)  A.?. Llaaoll
General Superinteadeat, KmOUMlXm OF OTTOKBSTmJIDIIO (MV1RIT1G OFXRATIOI
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(1) Rereetmee from ell outgoing domestic competitive else Internaticael telegrams
to Betpire end Foreign countries shall be derided equally (50-50) between
Canadian aaatlcaal Telegraph* and Canadian Peoific Railway Company after payouts
to other companies© E^ratme ef imparl ag traffic ehall not be dlrldcd*
(2) Rereames from all outgoing dome*tic non-coapetitlTc telegrams ehall not be
dirided bat ehall accrue in fall to the ccs*pany on vhose lines such non-
eompetitlro points are located©
(3) Xzpensee to be dirided on a titty-titty  (equal) basic between the Canadian
lational Telegraphs aad Canadian Pacific Railway Gc«panyf inclnding the coet
of establishing the office, bat with exceptions aa noted belowt
(a) aVll claims on messages to or from the joint office to be assumed and
discharged hj  the translating company alone, without any right of
indemnity or contribution againat the other Company©
(b) Any messages transferring funds ehall be transferred so far as possible
by the Company whoee facilities are eheeen try the person at whose instance
the funds are being tranaferred© The transfer of such funda ahall be the
sole reeponelbility of the transmitting Company* All and any claim*
arising in connection with, er aa a result ef the transfer ef funds ehall
be assumed and discharged by the transmitting company alone, without any
right of contributlen er Indemnity againat tha other party hereto© All
tolls and chargee accruing aa a result ahall be the exclusive property of
the traiiemitting eempany©
(c) Cost of malmtcBaa&cc of the complete installation in the office to be
borne jointly \y the two oompanleso
(d) Prorision of furniture and equipment for the office to be ©tutually arranged
by the two Superintendente en basic that each Company supplies, aa far aa
poeeible, 50 percent of *wch l^^xniture and equipmemt© This to enable
queetion of ownership to be clearly undereteed. This branch will be a
teletype operated office©
(e) In any case where loss, damage or Injury to any person, eoosept the
necessary staff mentioned, or property results from or arises out of by
reason ef the operation of said joint office, or of ajxything done under
the prorision of this Memorandum of Understating and such lose, damage
or Injury does not fall within prorision of Item (staffs), then, and in
all and each of such caeca, the less, damage, injury and costs of any
thereof, shall be assumed and discharged jointly by the partlee hereto©
U) It is agreed that the area to be served by the proposed joint branch
office ehall be what is known as Tanceurer Veat End© The boundaries to be:
Eastern boundary - Wast side of Burrard Street between Robson and
Pender Streets©
Horth boundary  - South side of Pender Street from Burrard Street to
point where Pender meote the Harbour©
South boundary  - South side ef Robeon Street from Burrard to Stanley
Part:©
Vest teumdary  - Stanley Parte©
(5) Canadian lational Telegraphs and Canadian Pacific Railway Company agree
with each other that neither will open nor sponsor a competing branch
telegraph office in the area described in (i)  while this Maeaoramdum of
Qnderstending la im effect©
(6) Each company to hare unrestricted use of the joint branch office as a
delirery centre for incoming telegrams destined to addresses located
within sendee area described in Clause (4)0
(7) (a) International telegrams filed at the joint branch office will be routed
in accordance with the Cable Ccmpany blank selected by the sender©
(b) International telegrams accepted by telephone or written on other than
Cable Ccmpany blanks to be dirided and routed in accordance with the
dlrieion of such meesagee written em Cable Ccmpany blanks© Where the
customer dictates t-bo Cable Company to be meed, when telephoning an
Imteri©atloia*l message to the joint bre*eh office, emeh routing will
be obeertmd© -,-      o
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will be adlwrcd te by the CaiyidJfen latieaai f elagmphe insofar as
Camadian Pacific business is eemeermed amd the Csmdlan Paelfie
>ill acahe*re te Caaaadian Vatleimal Telegraph* aeeemntimg practices
insofar as Canadian aUtltiwal business is eemeermed*
]    rtat/nemi   te b« prepan ^^a.     *
by flaaamfBifn Pacific RailM*y Genuay, Accounting Department, te
(a) Statmmemt of division ef eempetltire revenues accruing te #meh
(b) Balance of competitive rereimee in favour of either Gmgmsgr to end
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(c) Cumulative competitive rerenues accruing to either eefafMuoy from
Item (c) te be hrevgbt lute Imlance by dirersien of sufficient
outgoing traffic aemtMLy and prior te end of caltedar year (if
possible daring n©enrVh of Dccegi&cr) in such manner &3 te end the
ysar with equal competitive rermnuee accruing to each eo^pesiy*
The walDt^-up of respective inmtaaly report a te be similar te that
aow ©naamdtted by the lortfc f&aaourer Joint Branch Office*
a?eel a^y teletype tiellne car Goia box isstallaticns within the
vice area aa described in (4) e&all be governed fey the reepeetlre
teletype tiellne and tvai* Wx &|pre«tmt«s©   Alee that mitkmr %impmsy
will undertake call bez ii^rtallfttlcns within the aerviee area rndthemt
agreement and consent ©f the ether company *
(H) Ke pereem employed la said joint office skill be considered a Jfeimt
cmsployee, but shall be the ciaj&lcyeo ef the National or the Pacific alUne,
as the case may be*   Any claim cr dsmas*J by an employee, utmtaber for
wages or arising as a result of personal ljajurles, or #th&r*4ee, shall
be assumed and di^ckirged by the respective employer witiwtt asy rigjrt
of indeaaity or contribute*! a^plmet the other party hereto©
(12) A massmger pool shall, be maintained in accordance with jci^t branch
effics needa©   laeh ccupaay iihall eeutrilmte massemfs*** In eqm&l ltu^ber
te the pool.    Ttoy ahall deliver or pick up mtesags traffic withe*
r&^r& to wire roatinf of such traffic•    The mesmengera shall v*4*r th
steU*da?d uidf^rm of the mp&«*ying ee*qpaisy*
(t3) ■ * blankj of bcth ecrpaalee and their respect ire cabin and wireleae
'-connections© to be dispJUjod in the joiv meh in such mammae*? ae te
favour pvither CiMRpoey©    A3 &t saah hl*mkm te offi
ef .patrjans ahall 1 tably ulthout fav^ir to cither ectapaiiya
(14) A^;y outside or window ai^ns te be «f a design tlmt ^LU tjs% tmwmsor
either c€s?s>aey©    Asy Incidental eematter or iiuid^ advertisiJig te be
;';T£«    JLi t>oi fare going ^TM&SESLkW* me©uis - teleg^ais, yrcss, o
1   j     7~h<? provisions of ihis Agre*rne»vt  Shall  net   in any vd<ty  be
regarded as const Hut Li\g a precedent   for  tjfoc   op^a^on of
any other joint  teiegiaph office or  c?//i©vea  wh-cK rt*ay ©>c
considered or operated ry  tne parties hereto fr^m time te
time.
(1^)    0.-0;. of th*- parties hereto agrees to co-operate with
fairness and candour toward the other and te carry cut and
give  effect  to this Agreeme.it in the most liberal and
reasonable manner compatible with the convenient operation
of the business of both partiea.
(17)    This MaisoranduHi of Dnderstandlng shall be in force from the
date joint operations commanc* for one year and thereafter
from year to year subject to cancellation by either party en
giving three months1 notice ef cancellation.
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General, Superintendent,
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Winnipeg, Kauitcba*
February 22, 1957.'
O&ADlAN NATIONAL TELEGRAPHS,
Toronto, OntariOc
General. Superintendent of
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GAIADIAJf PACIFIC RAlDttY <XKPA*T#
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General Manager of Ctsun-ir.icAMoBS
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(1)   Kevenae frea all outgoJLng dfswiwtic eeayetltlve ©la* interna tlesel
t^legnww to tapire ©ad Feral** countries ahall a. elviOed nsjally
(.90-90J hotwmt Gaaaaian HeUaael i'oJ.««r*phs aad GejauKLen faeifle
ilalJbagr Ceapuqr a/Ur layouts to etaor eeejaatcs.   Usrmm ca*
laecafjii ttaffl* ehall aai a. divided,
(3)   fisvcaia** free all otrtgodja© domeeiie nan caiistitiv. tele**eae stall
cot as divided oat shall mmm 1b full te ta* eceaaar en aha*. Mas*
each mst-ouepHtitlva paints ©re Xseatad.
(J)   Kapsasao te a. divided ca a flftj-fifty (eejual) baste aetwesa to.
Cnn©aaa Motleael Telipswestos ©nd narai*taa fttelfl© fiaSJsaw C*b©*bw*
imlwMm *»»***%* ****m**m «» <#&**> ** ***** mm*****
(a)   AH ni&itm mm maeamgee to er ftom toe £atot *it%m to to
asmwmH mud rtl eatorgeri t©y the tra««saitiijr^j{ eeNparQr atoma*
witto^ft any rlgtet ef indbeeiliy er eaatoltot«toa a#admmt the
(b)   A©v amHMmsm tosmmtfewtaa fwwte atoll to tocMMatftovmd eo ft©?
Ac psmMariLlslm to toe ftcmpffliy wtome l%i,tl1tJbee wi imheenn to
toe fCefiem at toeme iiMtomee toe ftoie crs betas toan^errw
ef toe tiirm'ii.t^iift%%isfM CsaWNaHr©   &%X amd mmr atoimm artatag is
witoe «•§§ remuit of toe tr*©t*efcer of Itoto
m©el iH alitor girt by toe traiwalttif^ wfngm^f aXenet
(e)   Gml ef malmtommiime of the emmfatoto i&atollettioe im toe
t&tlm to to torae Jaftaatljr by torn toe
(4)   ?r^vi«JUm mf Itomitorm mud eqpi|**«t far toe cfflee to be
tar toe too Supis^iiiit^^siiteiote em tomto torn!
aea^pgfijMv* ma ©tor am f&eel&toa 16 pwee^t ef amah
fjefoiUr^ am* ifnlquaint.,   ffc&a to maabato <§m*tim\ ef
to to clearly tmatoretomd©   Him bramto «im to a totolfi*
(a)   In s.ar amme vtore lome© tottf* m l&$mrf to
ami af to wasrm ef the opemtiaa af m&A Ja&ml efflaa* er af
aMgrtletaK *»*> t»#ar the ps^micm ef tola ^imwm i^mi of ffnieir »
etomtfU&e and auah l*eea© de«agv? or injury dee* mt*t Sail idtoto
yiwtol4m of Xtom (etoffs)© U©tmt ai*t An all and aaeli cf email
emcee© toe %mm9 &m§&$ tajury «^ amata af any toareef # ehsiii
to aafteumad and dlJM^ar^d Jatal-ly by toe partiea bwatoe>
(4)   ft la agreed that torn azva to be aarwd by toe prmpamed |ei©tt Wmmk
Qtfim etoU to i©tot la tarni *e Osrtie Stoeet aaatiaii idto bc«amdbri©aai-
%atorm ^M**wryi   - awteie Bridge to Intoraaattoi v4to flalaa Qrmk*
9mth Bowidh^i       - South ©tiUte of Eotoma. Faa#t%«Ni to * inaliaSiiif Bemtty©
aamtli toaiatory«       - Horth Store of Pfcla^ Cr*ak .J^t^wr^ to C|k94» Qrlifll.t o     ... o
I)   uaaedlan Matlceal T«d«©**i:tes  - d «^u*dia«t laalfle *aU*ay Gespaey
©©re* with each ether that ;witaer «ill ©pea cr spcaaar a ecaaeiiBS
avaach telegraph effls. la the are© deeerisad la (4) ahil* this
aft* lavderetsadllaf la in effect*
(a)   %aa Oaapescr te have asrwitrleted as* ef the JedLat avoasa Office ©a a
within aervlae area deaerlhed 1© CSaace (A).
<?5    C©)   Iwtsrtatieaal tmUgmm filed ©t the jess* Drench Offtee mil he
rested 1© ■nictaaii with the Gaels Caiipaaj" Wank iwlaoeed fcy the
(©)   fiaaeaastiacal tulipaw© ©so apt ad ay
tha© Qmiil* Osoaasor alaaha te he QftvlaVd, ©ad wssted la
a£ta the dvuisaTef sash asaae©*© wrtttsa ca Gaol* f©ipasjr htasaVa
"asPa^sT V©    *ae©sP    ca©©sOtm©aaaamr    ajMs^SOasew^Se©    ^mmf    asOaSaasrw    ^Sssss^WeOseS'     aeasj   as^v    Sa^eVescme    ^iS^*^^
tcliqehsaaag ©a tatwiatloml naeaaaa te the Joint Threes© MfSaet
raaalag will a.
(«}   T ligUBa filed at th* Jdat aaaaah daatlaed te iswi ■naaslttiv. patsae
will he tssflaoslstea ever th. faaHltlea at the Ccaaoaar aa Mai lie
Ct)   Auiasaolaa, paaoti*** la affect mm the
he adhered to hjr the
POelfle tiamlaaiwi i© aamaeaosm ©ad the ^aarMmn Paalfle HUH
fiaa (o) to he hrew©trt isae halaaee ay dtweis© ef
aatopljei toaffie mwtt©ljr Mai wtor to amat af aaXe^eto©* Twut {$£
toaiTitili ato^tat MHato if Ihpaetocr) to amali mMMr am to emit toe
Tto i
af maimitlw nTBrnrKT.inljr t^psrto to to "^rt^tt to
mar atomlfctoi by toe torto toeMmammr elatafc ©toamali fiaffiee*
(M)   Xt la agyood that any tolartfyaa ■■iimfaj; cr eeflii torn
to toe area tmrnite* to (4) ateU to «mr»e4 W
(11)   to feraam toP&q** to ami* jatot office atoU to umiift-toFsi * iftot
tot wall to toe maifliijiiii ef toe ^Hw1 m torn Itoif&a
ae^atoree© tot
©leas, ©a tha ease asp- ©••   **f aSala er esamad ay aa    em    ,
far Mass*, ew awia&a. aw a VMolt af assMMsal ia\fu*l**m av aahse%d*..
*ptS»w     ^^Obbsspw   awe    asss sssspssaafla  assw   saw   bf ^st©wbmb»w   ^p**     sw^^bf cbwsshssbsi*   sasna©p^asi «bw^^f-'»-   aa*    ssr^aassssaF ibbbwss^vjs
Seto^JL Ifcs aaamBaOef eso& dlmeasmram*! te^ tmc afmHapaML'va eemaisw'cr lAtlcWtttt amsr
ri^st of iisdemmltjr er ei^atotlaittoB e*§M»iwt toe otomr pm¥%sf w
(12)   The staffing ariaaajenunt ©t this offlee tdll b# aa follo»ai-
Hanftfer/bp^vtor G.M.T.   *iploy**e
Operator C.P,*. :bg&eyfim
Clerk C.H.T. iaplayu.
Keee^gsra -quel a*»4«*r fToa C.N.T. and C.P.T,
If ©t seas future dote additions cr *<iductlcns ere aseoeaary Is
the weaker ef staff, this will be amicably arranged between the
two Cesgealee.
(13) A ncmceny pool ehall a* aaintalned in accordance vdth Joint
itmneO Offlee newts,   .hash Ccafasy ehall contribute eaaoan©wra
la sepal taaaber to th© pool.   They ehall Oliver er pick up
ansae©, traffic without regard te wire routing of each traffic.
(14) Hesaage blanks of both congeal** and their respective cable ©ad
vdreleee cenaoctlcns, to be displayed in the Joint braaah la
atnaer oo te favour neither ccagaay. Also that distribution ef
each blaaka to offlee ef patroca shall be deae agdtably without
(If)   toy m%mm er window eigne to bo of a deelgn that sill sot
either Oeagany*   aay lssid*ntal eeeafter or inside edvertlslac to
as"^   aBBs^aBjeap^nsMsi|y   ©aegj^s^s^BFB©   *©eo  asa*   ajBaansaai^o   an©    caa^piBBa*m»   *vagjBSrejj^pgs^gsjgpp^yp^gpgg^
(3a)   a© eetlve awaaaga aollaltatlaa to the a>triasat ef the other forty , /
te tarn© agreeaaat tall b» uodarteksa on the part of either -
within the area tcisaaiilm a© ©at cat in pisagroph (*.)•
(1?)   Th© ircjtloaeaa of tha© igrieaain ahall ©at la ©ay way he rngardad
©a aaastl.TolJt.iMt a precedent far tha uBwinollaa ef ©ay other Joaa©
Bsasawe   e*sa   aBa»ofcase^pasa©   easasasaaa   ©agay    eeas   vpssaspanSKas^aea ^a*ea   eis©    vaj|aasBS,eaaca^B*ea   "*yj
partlse hereto frea ttaa t© Use,
(id)   ladi ef the artiea hereto oarsee te uo uurete with fairaeea and
^ japsF^ss* jf wr^,ae|P**P'SaSe       fejaggat egagjp|g^p^       g^^aSSr   weegpmaF^^       mmwm^m  ^"^ ■h^^w      ^S*a>^LPa   ^F^as^feW        mF^F       maTaggp       WflFvav1 -^gpT^av^r ej"BW*ppp> -woaaw      e»veaBgjgea^eaBB| e^^aaaT-^Bpeeaa       ^spew©©*.^
la the ©sot liberal aad resaaaahle aaancr aeapatials with
af the business ef both partlee.
(If)   tMs aaaB*Jamaaa af lliiflio it siding ahall he la ferae from the dote
^^TaWgeBsa*   TjHpPsmWBteaBaBnwssi   ■^^BPbsbiwb.bbwbp   gtasa    agPssW   jreaghoT   asWn©   tMcs^a*veaaggi evasB    OtAtOasm ^^ssBeeF    ©ma*
year wSJinnt te oaatel'latlaa by either party ca giving three
ms^BBama ef aaasme3LB^B¥%ssesi»
gg^i In the foregoing *nLWVHP mmm - tslegrana,
\L 4. Clark*, B.K. Maelaod,
OefKaal Sagaorintaadcna, General SuperlateadeBt»«
oamaoiam mticnAL Tiummm canm>uh Pkzxm sail*©* oo. o
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1 4 8 ~ L
fancouver BsC.t October 31st..1960.
Mr.G.C.Brooks*
Auditor of Freight aad Station Accounts,
Montreal Que.
Vancouver B.C. - Telegraph
nE.R.n Branch Joint C.N.T.
"OsC." Branch Joint C.N.T.
I have been  advised, **.H.R.fl Branch Offices was closed on
September 30th. last, leaving only ®0.C.lf as a joint audit with C.H.t. end to be
checked for Equalisation of Traffic. Under the circumstances I wiH now remove
^H.R.^ from my list of offices to be audited. Presume this will meet with your
approval•
Travelling Auditor.
o SECTION  No. 14                                Fourth Revised Page250F-1
.  .«»-.   ***-**,*•*                                                        Cancels Third Page 250F1
LIVE STOCK                                                Circular No. W. 1B
Item
Restricted Areas for the Eradication of Brucellosis
No.
(Bang's Disease)
PART 1—Concluded
Territory Subject to Canadian Government Regulations—(Concluded)
Saskatchewan
(Concluded):—
Canadian National Railways—Concluded
Holbein
Lampman               Medstead                Pathlow                  Scottsburgh           Viewfield
Holmes
Landis                     Melfort                   Peebles                   Senator                  Wadena
Humboldt
Langbank               Melville                  Polwarth                Service                  Waldheim
Inchkeith
Langham                Mennon                   Poyser                    Shellbrook             Waldron
Indi
0Lawson                   Minard                    Prince Albert         Simpson                 Warman
Invermay
Lebret                    Mont Nebo            Radisson                Smales                   Watrous
o
Jameson
Leckford                 Moreland                Rak                         Souris River         Welby
Juniata
Leney                     Mosely                   Rama                      Spy Hill               0Weldon
Junipher
Lewvan                  Muscow                  Red Deer Hill        Star City               White Star
Kamsack
Lintlaw                   Naisberry               Reford                    Steelman               Whittome
Kegworth
Lipsett                    Northgate              Ritchie                    Stony Beach          Willman
Kenaston
Lorlie                      N. Saskatoon       0Riverhurst             Strehlow                Woodley
Keppel
Lumsden                 Nutana                    Roddick                  Surbiton                Woodsworth
Kessock
MacDowall             Nut Mountain        Roncott                0Tallman                 Wrixon
Keystown
MacNutt                Okla                       Rosthern                Tako                     Wroxton
o
0Kinistino
Macrorie                Openshaw               Rowletta                Togo                      Xena
Kinley
0Marcelin                 Ordale                     Runnymede            Truax                     Young
Kipling
Markinch               Osier                       St. Boswells           Unity                     Zarbo
Kuroki
Margo                     Otthon                    St. Louis                 Vandura                 Zehner
Kylemore
Mattes                    Parry                      Saskatoon              Vanscoy                 Zelma
Laird
Mawer                    Paswegin                Scott                      Vera                       Zeneta
Lake Valley
McKim
Canadian Pacific Railway
Abernethy
Carievale               Esme                      Indian Head          Outlook                 Stoughton
Adair
Carlyle                    Esterhazy               Kedleston               Outram                  Strongfield
249
Adanac
Cater                      Eyebrow                Keeler                    Oxbow                   Struan
(Cont'd)
0Aiktow
Cathkin                  Fertile                    Kelstern                °Palmer                   Summerberry
Alameda
Caxton                    Floral                      Kennedy                 Pambrun                Sutherland
Albertville
Chaplin                   Foam Lake             Khedive                  Pangman               Swinburne
Amulet
Cheviot                  Forget                    Killaly                    Parkleg                 Tantallon
"i,
Antler
Churchbridge         Forward                 Kinley                    Pascal                  0Thaxted
Arbuthnot
Clemens                 Fremantle              Kisbey                    Patrick                  Tiger Hills
Areola
Conquest                Frys                        Koplay                    Peebles                  Tornea
Arelee
Cookson                  Fulda                      Lang                        Pence           »         Torquay
Armilla
Corinne                   Gainsborough         Langenburg            Penzance               Tregarva
Asquith
Coronach                Gibbs                     Lanigan                  Perdue                   Trewdale
Attica
Cory                        Gladmar                 Leipzig                    Pilot Butte            Trossachs
o
Balearres
Craven                   Glenbain                 Lemberg                 Plassey                  Tuffnell
Balgonie
Cymric                  0Glenside                  Liberty                   Prince Albert        Tuxford
Baring
Dendron                  Glen Ewen              Lipton                     Rafferty                Urban
Battle Plaine
Deveron                  Goudie                    Lockwood               Redvers                 Uren
Bay Trail
Diana                      Govan                     Loreburn                 Reford                    Valeport
Bear Creek
Dilke                      Grayson                 Madrid                   Renown                 Valjean
Bender   ,
Dingley                  Grenfell                  Manor                     Resource               Vanguard
Betalock
Drake                     Guernsey                Marchwell              Revenue              0Vantage
Big Beaver
Dubuc                     Halbrite                 Marquis                 Richardson           Vesper
o
Birch Lake
Dumas                    Hart                      0Mazenod                 Rocanville             Wadena
Blucher
Dumfermline          Hawarden              Medstead               St. Alphege           Wallace
Blumenhof
Duval                     Hazelcliffe             Melfort                   Saskatoon             Wauchope
Bounty
Dysart                    Hendon                   Midale                     Secretan                Wawota
°Bridgeford
Edmore                   Herbert                  Milestone                Shamrock              Westbend
Brightmore
Earl Grey               Heward                  Minton                   Silton                    Wilcox
Broadview
East Poplar           Hinchley                Morse                     Sintaluta               Windthorst
0Broderick
0Eddmgton              Holdfast                 Mortlach                Sonningdale           Winro
Brownlee
Elbow                     Holloway                Neelby                    South Elbow         Wolfe
Buccleugh
Elstow                    Horizon                  Neudorf                  Stalwart                Wolseley
Buffalo Gap
Engen                     Humboldt              Neville                   Stelcam                 Wolverine
Burr
Environ                   Ibsen                       Oakshela                 Stockholm             Yellow Grass
Burton Lake
Ernfold                   Imperial                 Ormeaux                 Storthoaks            Young
Zangwill
1508RD                                     Canadian Pacific Railway
J^                          0Denotes Addition.                 0®£b of the Freight Traffic Manager,
^\                                                                             /       nmpeg, Man., August 5, 1960 o
(J
Vancouver B.C., February 27th.,1960.
Mr.G.C.Brooks.
Auditor of Freight and Station Accounts,
Montreal Que.
Hotel Vancouver .Telegraph "Z* Office.n
This will ackaowleJge receipt of your file G-298268
of the Jrd. instant in re above.
Travelling Auditor. .1,1
A
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
Vancouver 2, B.C.
AUDIT STATEMENT
At an Audit of the  LAND  DEPARTMENT your Contract No.
Covering.
Lots _.  Block    D.I .	
stands as under on Total Amount of Contract $	
Balance of Principal unpaid as per Audit Statement sent   $_
PAYMENTS AND CREDITS RECEIVED SINCE LAST AUDIT:
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
Balance of
Principal
Unpaid
Plus Interest from
Balance of
Principal
Unpaid
Plus Interest from
Will you kindly verify the correctness of the above payments made and if any error found, return promptly in
enclosed envelope with full particulars.     If statement is found to be correct to it will not
be necessary to return same.
Yours truly,
TRAVELLING AUDITOR
ALL CHEQUES SHOULD BE MADE PAYABLE TO ORDER  OF CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
AND REMITTED TO LAND AGENT, VANCOUVER 2, B.C. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
file or claim   G— 298268
Montreal,  February 23,  I960,
Mr0 H.Go Letch:
Hotel Vancouver Telegraph "Z Office"
Please refer to my letter of February 3
and let me have your acknowledgement.
,•0
Auditor' Freight & Station Account's <
FORM IOIAQin^
RDF/pg 6 o
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY
F.LE   G-293263
Montreal,  Febi?uary 3,  1960o
FORM 102
d
j GanaJLaul
Mr.  H.G.  Letch:
Vancouver Hotel Telegraph (CO* & H.R. )
 Office	
Replying to your letter of January 27•
Your remarks to the effect Travelling Auditor
Ralph of the Canadian National Telegraphs was recalled to
Toronto thus, making it impossible to complete check, particularly, in respect to the equalization feature of the audit
have been noted.
You may in the circumstances remove the nG0
and HO11 offices from your arrears and delete Vancouver Hotel
Telegraph from your Division List.
Acknowledge.
Audltdi*
RDF/pg o
o
Vancouver B.C., January 27th.,19s
Mr.3.C.Brooks,
auditor of: ftmi
:Montreal   'iue#
jtion Accounts,
Vancouver (6-9m)  Office.
fancouver (H.fl.)  Office.
11th reference to your file
to .^r.J.feapletoa, Chief Accountant, BtiiliHai WrtliHI
re above,  copy to aa.
W ■ V*Ji.«
,h» instant
tpha, Toronto Ont.,
On Monday evening, January 25 th., Mr.J.Helph, Travelling
itor, Canadian National Talagrapha* phoned ae requesting joint cash ohse;
be made of *C.0.,f and *H.H.* offices on Tuesday, January 26th. I question^
aa to the audit of equalisation of revenues and he informed me this feature
could not be attended to, aa he had been recalled to 'Toronto and must leave on
January 27th. by eir. Hades1 the circumstances, .a cash check only was saade and
equalisation of revenues *fci not attended to.
| j      will you kindly advise, if for this
remove these offices from m  list of outstanding stations.
year,"I should
Travailing Auditor, ■A
r\
^PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY
AUDITOR  OF AGENCIES
Vancouver 2, B.C.
AUDIT STATEMENT
At an Audit of the  LAND  DEPARTMENT your Contract No..
Covering-
Lots  Block  D.I	
stands as under on Total Amount of Contract $	
Balance of Principal unpaid as per Audit Statement sent   $_
PAYMENTS AND CREDITS RECEIVED SINCE LAST AUDIT:
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
Balance  of
Principal
Unpaid
Plus Interest from
Balance of
Principal
Unpaid
Plus Interest from
Will you kindly verify the correctness of the above payments made and if any error found, return promptly in
enclosed envelope with full particulars.     If statement is found to be correct to it will not
be necessary to return same.
Yours truly,
TRAVELLING AUDITOR
ALL CHEQUES SHOULD BE MADE PAYABLE TO ORDER OF CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
AND REMITTED TO LAND AGENT, VANCOUVER 2, B.C. o
faaeouver B.C.* jfanuary r|ttutl?60.
Mr. CKC. Brooks,
Auditor of Freight and Station accounts,
Montreal Qpi#«
Vanoouver B.C, fele^raph Botel Vancouver Branch*
With reference to your file O-tfSalt January 8th.
Please be advised that the above mentioned branch
offlee mm eloaed m Baeem&er £l*t», 1959 *&& apparently no advice forwarded
to you by Superintendent of Communications. MX records are on file In the
respective lead Offices. Drafts and Money Orders on hand ware cancelled and
retorted tn parties concerned.
CC!
Mr.H-G.Klesssn,
Traveiling Auditor,
Yameomver B.C.
To note.
Travelling Alitor. A,
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY
AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
AUDIT STATEMENT
Vancouver 2, B.C.
At an Audit of the  LAND  DEPARTMENT your Contract  No.
Covering-
Lots  Block  D.I	
stands as under on Total Amount of Contract $	
Balance of Principal unpaid as per Audit Statement sent *   $_
PAYMENTS AND CREDITS RECEIVED SINCE LAST AUDIT:
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
Balance  of
Principal
Unpaid
Plus Interest from
Balance of
Principal
Unpaid
Plus Interest from
Will you kindly verify the correctness of the above payments made and if any error found, return promptly in
enclosed envelope with full particulars.     If statement is found to be correct to it will not
be necessary to return same.
Yours truly,
TRAVELLING AUDITOR
ALL CHEQUES SHOULD BE MADE PAYABLE TO ORDER  OF CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
AND REMITTED TO LAND AGENT, VANCOUVER 2, B.C. B.g. Tl L101AM
faacowsr B.C., Jamiary 25th*fl%Q«
G.G. Brooks, ^ / / )t Y '       ^ ^\
Montreal que. ■- } /,.]«• f *W /
Playing subs jeered pirate with obesity outpost present
your 0»299a&l covers*
H,&. Letch Vancouver B.C.,-January 12th..,ly60.
iVii-. O.C.Br oo ksf
Auditor of Freight and Station Accounts*
Montreal Q$e.
Vancouver Hotel Telegraph
?ancouvar (CO.) Talagraph
Yanco'avar (H.R.jTala'graph
This will aeknowladgo roesipt of your flla 0*298268
of tha 8th. instant in rs above.
Travailing Auditor» o
CANADIAN  PACIFIC   RAILWAY COMPANY
ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT
G.   C.   BROOKS.
AUDITOR  FREIGHT  AND STATION   ACCOUNTS
Montreal 3, January 8f I960
IN  YOUR  REPLY   REFER TO  FILE
G»2g826|...
Hr« l« Templeton,
Chief Accountant*
Canadian National telegraphs,
151 Front St.,
Toronto 1, Ont.
Dear Sift
Vancouver Hotel Telegraph
Vancouver (CO.) Office
Vancouver (H.3>) Office
mm n»i j in h,i ill i iiiiiii»ii.l><iwi>..iiiaiiiiliii i ■» m mmm v numnrn. mmm m hhkiwhw.
I thmk you for your latter January 7$  file R~109$«»3
advising your representative* Travelling Auditor* J. ^alph will be proceeding to fiWfM.I»il early this sionth and it is your wish that arrange**
ments oe utade to nave our travailing Auditor* H.G* Latch participate in
above mentioned joint audita while Mr. ^alph is in tha territory*
Me are plaasad to cooparmte and would suggest that
on his arrival in Vancouver ha contact Mr. Latch at his residence tele*
phone G.l. 8521*.
A copy of this letter is being sent to Mr. Letch so
that he may be aware of this arrangement*
lours truly*
Auiato^fer#r#st
Station Accounts.
nm/pg
cc: Mr. H.G. Letch: Please note and protect when Mr. Ralph contacts you.
Acknowledge. R.S.
TELEGRAM
Vancouver B.C., January 12th.
,1960.
J.Templeton,
Chief Accountant,
C .X.Telegraphs,
Toronto Ont.
Your file H-1095-3 house phone xm
Regent 3*8525 business
Mu 1-2212 local
443.
H.G.Letch
Travailing Auditor. o
VU- YY'f
Vancouver B.C.t
Box 51# C.P.R. Station,
January 4th. ,1960.
lr. G.S.Foster,
c/o Mr.J.Templeton.
Chief Accountant,
Canadian National Telegraphs,
151 Front Street Wast,
Toronto 1, Ont.
Dear George:
With reference to your files R~1095~3 of December 28th.
and 29th. regarding joint audit of the three Special Offices in fancouver.
My understanding of this particular joint effort is that
it must be arranged through our respective Head Offices. Under the circumstances
would suggest you write our Auditor in this connection, his address is as
follows.
Mr.G.C.Brooks,
Auditor of Freight and Station Accounts,
Station Division,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Windsor Station,
Montreal Que.
The very best to you aad yours for i960.
'Travelling Auditor. (UattaMatt fJaafir Ijxitela
Empress Hotel
VICTORIA,B.C.
Victoria, B.C.
made
At an examination of the accounts at the Empress Hotel
 your account appears charged
with $_
If you find this incorrect, will you kindly advise me.
Travelling Auditor
Box 51, C.P.R. Station, Vancouver, B.C. O 0
Canadian National Telegraphs
J. TEMPLETON '51 FRONT STREET WEST
CH,EFACCOUNTANT TORONTO 1, ONT.
December 39, 1959
File: R-1095-3
Mr. G. Letch,
Travelling Auditor,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Canadian Pacific Railway Station,
Vancouver, B#C#
Dear Gib:
Since writing you on December 28th I
have been talking to Jim Ralph and it has now
been decided that he will make at least one stop
enroute to Vancouver, consequently his time of
arrival at Vancouver is uncertain.
Instead of your calling Jim at our
Vancouver office he will contact you after he
arrives.
Yours very truly,
For: J. Templeton,
GF:SP Chief Accountant. o
Canadian National Telegraphs
j. templeton
CHIEF ACCOUNTANT
151 FRONT STREET WEST
Toronto 1, Ont.
December 28, \9$9
File: R-1095-3
Mr. G. Letch,
Travelling Auditor,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Canadian Pacific Railway Station,
Vancouver, B.G*
Dear Gib:
Jim Ralph, our Ontario Travelling Auditor, will
be arriving in Vancouver around January 7th and while
there we would like to arrange joint audit at the
three joint offices in Vancouver City.
It will be appreciated if you would call Mr. Ralph
around January 12th in care of Manager, Mr. H. Mills,
and make arrangements for the joint coverage.
Very best wishes for a happy new year.
lours very truly*
GF:SP
For: J. Templeton,
Chief Accountant. r
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Jmmm®t B.C.t January f7feh.tlf&0»
Mr«O.C. Brooks*
Auditor of Freight and Station Accounts,
Montreal Que.
aeport |2221
fancouver S.C. telegraph ^C^ itaftohft
Joint cash check isede of the mbom office on
fu«iedey January 2&t&.» with Hr.J.Balpht Er*veiling .^aditer* Canadian Rational
telegraph*.
JH record* nere found to lie in order. Figure*
appearing llirtOfl, were verified fey mm at Bead Offlee end no dieerepancies noted.
travelling Auditor. o o
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
auditor of agencies
AUDIT STATEMENT
Vancouver 2, BoC.
At an Audit of the  LAND  DEPARTMENT your Contract No._
Covering.
Lots.-	
stands as under on_
Block  D.I	
 Total Amount of Contract $_
Balance of Principal unpaid as per Audit Statement sent   $_
PAYMENTS AND CREDITS RECEIVED SINCE LAST AUDIT:
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
Balance  of
Principal
Unpaid
Plus Interest from
Balance of
Principal
Unpaid
Plus Interest from
Will you kindly verify the correctness of the above payments made and if any error found, return promptly in
enclosed envelope with full particulars.     If statement is found to be correct to it will not
be necessary to return same.
Yours truly,
TRAVELLING AUDITOR
ALL CHEQUES SHOULD BE MADE PAYABLE TO ORDER OF CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
AND REMITTED TO LAND AGENT, VANCOUVER 2, B.C. _         C&            CANAPJAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY
Travelling Auditor's Statement of Cash on Hand                                 c.t.s. 46
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1 hereby certify that the
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Tancower B»C»t January 27th«»l?60,
Mr*G«C« Brooks*
Auditor of Freight end Station Accounts,
Montreal $m*
Report ^2220
Vaiieou»sr B«C » Telskraph ^g> 1» » Branch.
Joint cash check ood* of tha above office ob
Tuesday, January 26 th* with Mr • J*Ralph, fro veiling Auditor, Canadian National
r&legraphs.
All records wire found to he in order• Figures
appearing thereon, mmm verified by me at the Read Office and no discrepancies
noted*
travelling Auditor, :omi
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
AUDIT STATEMENT
Vancouver 2, B.C.
At an Audit of the  LAND  DEPARTMENT your Contract No._
Cove ring-
Lots -  Block  D.I	
stands as under on Total Amount of Contract $	
Balance of Principal unpaid as per Audit Statement sent   $_
PAYMENTS AND CREDITS RECEIVED SINCE LAST AUDIT:
DATE
PRINCIPAL
1        INTEREST
TOTAL
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
•
Balance of
Principal
Unpaid
Balance  of
Principal
Unpaid
Plus Interest from
Plus Interest from
Will you kindly verify the correctness of the above payments made and if any error found, return promptly in
enclosed envelope with full particulars.     If statement is found to be correct to it will not
be necessary to return same.
Yours truly,
TRAVELLING AUDITOR
ALL CHEQUES SHOULD  BE MADE PAYABLE TO ORDER  OF CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
AND REMITTED TO LAND AGENT, VANCOUVER 2, B.C. <".^S^o
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
Travelling Auditor's Statement of Cash on Hand
Station or Agency,	
CT.S. 46
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Vancouver B.C.f larch 23rcUtl959.
.-lr«S.D.Seavely9
Chief, Travelling Staffs,
Montreal Que.
Vancouver B.C. Telegraph,
"Zn  Branch (Hotel Vancouver)
"CC." Branch (Melville St.)
»H.R.n Branch (Davie St.)
Joint Audits with C.N.T.
With reference to your file 0*209272 of the 17th. instant
re above.
It will not be necessary for the Travelling Auditors to be
present at the closing of North Vancouver Telegraph Branch Office. Same will be
attended to by the accounting staff of Vancouver Telegraph.
Please be advised, I have now removed North Vancouver Branch
from my division list and added r,C.G. ^and H.R.■ branch offices.
Travelling Auditor. <^^\   18/55                                                                                                                                                                                                      Form 140
W     '                                     CAN   niAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY                                               *
o                      o
INSTRUCTIONS                                                             I hereby certify that tha following is a correct statement of
Personal expenses incurred by me while travelling on business
Details of expenses for each day must be shown.
For Sleeping or Parlor Cars and Railway Fares show points from arxi to.                            of this Company during the month of 19	
For Sleeping Cars indicate space occupied.                                                                                        Q.
Attach Passenger's Coupon for Sleeping and Parlor Cars.                                                                                       ' """
Attach receipts for all  Railway Fares and  Hotel  Bilis, also when possible, for                             rtn.nttnnt',r\r*
any other item exceeding $5,00.                                                                                                       UCCUpauon	
Bus, Cab, Street Car  Fares  and   Gratuities  are to   be  shown   in   "Other                            .,
Expenses" column and detail given of each item appearing therein.                                           Headquarters	
DATE
PLACE
Sleeping
Car
Parior
Car
Railway
Fares
Amount Paid
Other
Expenses
TOTAL
Meals
Room
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PROVINCIAL TAX PAID ON MEALS TAKEN IN CPR HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, DINING CARS, ETC.
Province of Quebec                               $ ——- .—.—
Province of British Columbia                 $ ~ 0 O
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
G. 209272.
Montreal, March 17, 1959.
FORM 102 (OIN
Mr* H.G.  Letch:
North Vancouver Telegraph Joint Audits
 C.N.T.   	
Replying to your letter of March 12.
Your remarks have been noted and I presume it will not be necessary to make a closing
audit of above branch office as the Canadian
National Telegraphs would not wish to send their
representative back out West*
Please advise.
In regard to the H.R. & O.C. Branches*
It will be in order for you to add them
to your division list and remove the North Vancouver Branch office.
Kindly advise when done.
Chief, Travelli MAY
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Vancouver B.C., March 12th.,1?59•
Mr.8.D*Reavely,
Chief,  Travelling Staffs,
Montreal Que.
$ f^nfnoD \o
Hotel Vancouver Telegraph
ilorth Vancouver Telegraph
Joint Audits
C.N.T.
IffSYoD.
no isbftu as ahm!;
.•-,-■■■■■■■      --=       orn—.. With reference to your file CW2G927Z of May 16th.,
1957 re above.     A T2AJ SC 103113 QHA 2TMIMYA<I
Please be advised that effective March 31st..1959t
the North Vancouver Telegraph Branch Office will be closed. Also please be advised,
that in the audit of the Equalization Account,  it is now necessary to include
^O.C.11 Branch (Melville St.) and "EUR.* Branch (Davie St.).
Presume it will be in order for me to add to my list
of offices the two latter mentioned Branches and remove North Vancouver. Will you
kindly advise.
Traveiling Auditor.
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CANADA* PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LAND DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B. C.
At an Audit of this Department your Contract No.
Covering   	
Lots  Block D.I	
stands as under on Total Amount of Contract $	
Balance of Principal unpaid as per Audit Statement sent $—
PAYMENTS AND CREDITS RECEIVED SINCE LAST AUDIT:
DATE
PRINCIPAL        INTEREST
TOTAL
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
Balance of
Principal   Unpaid
Balance of
Principal   Unpaid
Will you kindly verify the correctness of the above payments made and if any
error found, return promptly in the enclosed envelope with full particulars. If statement is found to be correct to it will not be necessary to return same.
Yours truly,
C.W. McBAIN
LAND AGENT.
All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company
and remitted to Land Agent, Vancouver, B. C. k   A\
SY &S1 a^^yk/
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Form 433
CANADIAN PACIFIC EXPRESS COMF^JY
CHECK OF FINANCIAL PAPER
Office.
Agent
Jry>&^  Date   Jl^tf^
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dL<*»wf
Date of Last Report of
Money Orders ^/T^^ffM^^..^y^...7.^^ /
Foreign Oneques	
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Last Remittance forwarded—W/B No Date..
Financial Paper Sold and Not Reported:
Amount
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REMARKS
To Auditor of Money Orders
Canadian Pacific Express Company
King and Simcoe Streets
Toronto. Form 433
Ol^ADIAN PACIFIC EXPRESS COMF JY
CHECK OF FINANCIAL PAPER
Office./J?r:!<?^ Date,.<$?^^
Agent $3^^.*..*?^	
f Money Orders	
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Canadian Pacific Express Company
King and Simcoe Streets
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FORM.O.    O
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
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FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver
J., Oarch 11 th., Yiyj .
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Hotel fancouver Branch
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f Telegraph accounts
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•-iscrapancies
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it was found on ex,
statement compiled by                              *§ uffice,
tolls in the total figures of sen-.
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paid connecting co-parties.:* This si:            11 be
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 Sftl.9gX»Pll  .kJ._-Station March--2nd,—19.I?.„„                         Report No ?MJL __
DISPOSITION OF DIFFERENCES
- llftiM* _ „.Trav. Auditors
INSTRUCTIONS—Enumerate and show disposition of all differences supplied by Audit Office.    If no debit or credit is required
only mention item with notation, "See attached" and give required explanation on original difference slip sent you by Audit Office.
After dealing with differences supplied by Audit Office enumerate and show disposition of differences located by Travelling Auditor
which are not adjusted by special debit or credit.
Description of Differences
TRAVELLING AUDITOR'S EXPLANATION,
ADJUSTMENT AND REMARKS
Statement  it telegraph M.O.D. Drafts On Hand
Lest Draft reported
33134 January 31st..1959
Issued slnee
Hil
On Rend
33135 only
33666 to 33670 inc. o
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
FORM 102A
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
PORM 101
FILE OR CLAIM
Laton,
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l& National -.telegraphs,
Toronto Ont.
Vancouver
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Pacific  Rail
nyi
L«tiOB of "Telegraph /.ccounts
Vancouver B.O.  Telegraph "O.C*"  Branch larch 2nd.,
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it was found
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order. 0
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FORM  102A  QjO
CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
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C.T.S. 46
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CHEQUES
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1 hereby certify that the
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STATEMENT of tickets on hand at   Station as at.
19
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FORM 101    Ca»
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver B.C.,  ^arcfc 11th. f 1959 •
ar.S.D.Reavely,
Chief,  travelling Staffs,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Montreal Que.
ulr.d ♦ lejppleton,
Chief Accountant,
Canadian National Telegraphs,
x or on to Ont#
olxanination of Telegraph Account*
Vancouver B.C.  Telegraph ^H.*?.'* Branch >larch 2nd.,1959
Cash
Cash was checked and found to be ov:
Clerk claimed this was due her account having to use her
Division of Revenue
•69  in the C.l
money to jnake
accounts.
A test check of division of sent paid  and  collect corapetetivs
messages for March 3rd., 4th.  and 5th.  developc3d no discrepancies.
Checi
stated in our report on tl
plate month could not ha made fo
& Vancouver Branch.
>ns a
It was noted
carried in this branch sine
appearing below,' an effort is -
ance in favour of
on. It would a]
Competetiv* Revenue
ive)   due C.P.
wr &9$f |1,625*35
iber V/5& 1," !i , .
iber 1958 933.51
»ry 1^59 .c i
General
On
tha C.P. have never included
don of the monthly equalization statement, it
;-mue for sent collect coiapetetive
I Auditor,
National Xelegraohs* o o
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC
land at	
A.F.S.A.  36 S
RAILWAY  COMPLY
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FORM 101
.4,r.r^. J.'ieavely,
Chief, Travelling Staffs,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Montreal Que.
FILE OR CLAIM
fancouver B.C., &areh 11th.,1^59•
ftf.« . *o..;;>letonf
Chi ef A&oountant f
Canadian National Tele
Toronto Ont.
BTaalnation of Tel     Accounts
North Vancouver B.C. Branch Office - aarch 2nd. ,1^59
Cash
Cash was found to be -.0.4? short in the C.J .t. accounts
this amount was immediately paid in by the     MP*
Division of Revenue
A test check of division of sent paid and collect COttpatativa
zaessages was made of the business handled for "isrch 3rd., 4th. and 5th. add no
discrepancies noted.
Check of accounts for a complete month could not be
Hotel Vancouver Branch.
.or
reasons already stated in our report covering Hotel Van
Remittances
Canadian Pacific remittances i
instructions. Bank deposit slips for Canadian Mattel
but only tha original is left at the bank. Instruct!
furnished with tuo copies of deposit slips. Duplies
Auditor to pick up. It is understood Manager ft*a so ins
iVR.Ruttan,  during 1957 audit.  It is appawat instructi
General -
n a ceo:
Other than the foregoing, accounts
have now been advised, effective -larch 31st. ,195V, tJ
I/O.
I;.
c xteilway Company.
Fravailing
auditor,
tional North fancouver B.0X
Telegraph
March 2nd., 1Q 5?
FORM  A.F.S.A. 39S
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DISPOSITION OF DIFFERENCES
E.G.Letch
Report No.
2163c
—Trav. Auditors
INSTRUCTIONS—Enumerate and show disposition of all differences supplied by Audit Office. If no debit or credit is required
only mention item with notation, "See attached" and give required explanation on original difference slip sent you by Audit Office.
After dealing with differences supplied by Audit Office enumerate and show disposition of differences located by Travelling Auditor
which are not adjusted by special debit or credit.
Description of Differences
TRAVELLING AUDITOR'S EXPLANATION,
ADJUSTMENT AND REMARKS
Statement oi
Telegraph M.O.D. Drafts On Hand
Last reported
29X23 January 3l/$9
Issued since
Nil
On Hand
29124 to 29125 !»«•
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Vancouver B.C., February 24th.,195?•
:ir.S.i).Reavelyf
Chief, Travelling Staffs,
I.-.onoreal Que.
•oM 't^^ffno^ itfov ifiSfnf*isQsQ &ifff )o fibuA nt» fA
Hotel Vancouver, B.C., Telegraph
rlorth. Vancouver, B.C., Telegraph
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fri0i f n$m&f &f2 iibuA tsq as bisqnii kc|bfiiicl %o sors&ldi
This will acknowledge receipt of your file
G-212908 of the 19th.  instant in re audit of the above.
travelling Auditor.
yns li bits ahmm afnomyfcq svods srff $o sconfsMmoa silf y)h»v ylbiibl yoy IliW
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.0 J <i9vuootifiV itiidiA biifiJ of boffinioi lis CANADIAN PACIFIC
W                  LAND DE
RAILWA>
PARTMENT
1
f COMPANY
/ANCOUVER, B. C.
FORM  2413
Cover in
Lots
At an Audit of this Deoartment vour Contract No.
a
Block                                            D.L.
stands as under on
Total Amount of Contract $
Balance of Principal unpaid as per Audit Statement sent
$
PAYMENTS AND CREDITS RECEIVED SINCE LAST AUDIT:
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
Balance of
Principal   Unpaid
Balance of
Principal   Unpaid
Will you kindly verify the correctness of the above payments made and if any
error found, return promptly in the enclosed envelope with full particulars.   If statement is found to be correct to                            it will not be necessary to return same.
Yours truly,
C.W. McBAIN
LAND AGENT.
All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company
and remitted to Land Agent, Vancouver, B. C. o
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
AIR    KAIL.
FILE OR CLAIM Q#       212908*
Montreal,  February 19,  1959<
FORM 102
Mr.  H.Go  Letch:
Hotel Vancouver, B*C0, Telegraph*
North Vancouver, B»C, Telegraph*
Further to my letter of February 16, 1959*
in connection with above audits*
The Canadian National Telegraphs have now
advised that their representative Mr* J* Snowdon
would be leaving Toronto today for the West Coast
and would be available to participate in a joint
audit of these offices on Monday, March 2, 1959,
and he will contact you on arrival*
Please acknowledge*
Chief, Tr a vell3^ Staffs. o
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM Q.       21 29 CJS .
Montreal,  February 16,  1959*
Mr*  H.G*  Letch:
Hotel Vancouver, B.C.^, Telegraph*
North Vancouver, B*Cot Telgraph*
Further to my letter of February 11, 1959,
to Mr. J. Templeton, copy to you*
Advice has now been received from that gentleman that the Canadian National Telegraphs are
unable to participate at the present time in a joint
audit, but will keep this matter in mind and will advise as soon as a travelling auditor, who covers this
territory, is available.
Above for your info^atioi
Chief^^ravelisS ng--Staff s • o o
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE
February II, 1959*
G. 21290^.
Mr. J. Tempieton,
Chief Accountant*
Canadian National'Telegraphs*
151* Front Street,
Toronto, Ont.
Dear Sir;
Hotel Vancouver, B.C* Telegraph.
NorthVancouver^ B.C. Telegraphy
The above-mentioned offices were last
cheeked on May 7, 1957, and I should be glad
if you would suggest a suitable date to com*
me nee a joint a\idit.
lours truly,
CSGD') S.D..REAVELY
Chief, Travelling Staffs*
c.c. Mr* H*G* Letch:
Will advise.
FORM 102 £ in o
o
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM    1 4 8  " L
Vancouver B.C., January 3rd.,1958.
Mr.S.D.Reavely,
Chief, Travelling Staffs,
Montreal Que.
FORM  102A
C.G.T.C, Vancouver B.C., Telegraph Office.
North Vancouver B.C., Telegraph Office.
Hotel Vancouver, Vancouver 3.0**Teleg*Office.
With reference to your file 0-209272 of December JCth.
re above.
I wish to thank you for obtaining for me copy of
i^greement /0*D. 16658* This will now complete my file.
travelling Auditor. o
FORM102A(f^:
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Value:  ¥75-62-99
Mr.  H.G.  Letch:
FILE OR CLAIM 0—209272
Montreal, December 30, 1957.
C.O.T.C. Vancouver, B.C. Telegraph Office
North Vancouver, B.C. Telegraph Office
Referring to your letter of December 18, file 148-L
in connection with above.
I attach a copy of the Agreement #0.D. 1665$ for your
information, as requested.
Encl.
Chief, Travelling Staffs. o
o
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o
1 4 8 - L
Vancouver B.C. December l8th.,1957«
Mr.S.D.ke&v&ly,
Chief, Travelling Staffs,
Montreal Q#e*
C.O.T.C**  Vancouver B.C.,   Telegraph Office*
North Vancouver B*C*t  Telegraph Office.....
rJith reference to your file C-209272 of December 13th.
re above.
I have received the information which I requested
appertaining to the two above mentioned offices*
The only item mentioned in your letter of June 21st*,
which I have not received, is a copy of the official agreement dated April 14th.f
1944 in re *fc* Office, Hotel Vancouver and which Mr.Barber states is filed
with the Secretary of the Company under Agreement $0.D. 16658* No doubt you
could obtain a copy of this document for rae, as I am unable to obtain one
here*
Travelling Auditor. E. & N.Ry., C.T.C. No. 828
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
19th REVISED PAGE 4
Cancels
18th 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
Item
Nos.
DESCRIPTION
Item
Nos.
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.
Agricultural Implements, Storage in transit	
Ammonia, Phosphate of, for Storage and Reshipment
Ammonia, Sulphate of, for Storage and Reshipmentl
Animals, Dead or Crippled, Removal from Cars of
Livestock.
Apples, Green, for Storage and Reshipment	
Automobile Cars with Evans loaders	
Automobile Tires, for Storage and Reshipment.—.
Bagging Clay, in Transit	
Bagging Flaxseed, in Transit	
Bagging Mustard Seed, in Transit—-	
Bagging Rapeseed, 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-olf 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 Re-|
shipment	
Berthing, Wharfage and Handling Charges at Fort
William and Port Arthur, Ont	
Binder Twine, Stop-off in Transit for Partial Unloading.
Blocking Charges, for Furnishing Labor and Material	
Bones, Unground, Stopped-off to Complete Loading..)
Bracing Shipments, Charges for Material.
40
10
30
20
505
506
615, 616
615, 616
360, 370
510, 520
131
768
595
639
691
745
745, 760
545
547
530, 700
Refrigerator, Heated, Charges for Use of for
L.C.L. Shipments
Sanding of, for Live Stock....
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 Rules 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
PalaoP Hnrsp /Cna.rges for Use of.
raiace norse |Minimum Weights for 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 . .	
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
Supplying Box in Lieu of Stock..
Tank Cars, of Private Ownership, equalization!
of Mileage on, also Mileage Allowances on.
n 4-+\J Completion of Load in Transit	
°aUlelFeeding of, in Transit	
Charges:
For Automobile Cars with Evans loaders	
For Dockage at Fort William and Port Arthur, Ont.....
For Wharfage at Fort William and Port Arthur, Ont..-.
For Heated Refrigerator Cars frora 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 ...
Chemicals, for Storage and Reshipment	
Clay, Processing in Transit	
Clay, Storage in Transit	
Cleaning:
Beans, Dried, at points in Western Canada, and
Reshipment.
Cars Used in Transportation of Live Stock 	
Elevators at Stations on the Canadian Pacific
Railway   (Lines   Port   Arthur,    Ont.,    and
West thereof)	
Flaxseed, in Transit	
Mustard Seed, in Transit	
Peas, Dried at Points in Western Canada and
Reshipment	
Peas, Dried, at Brooks and Medicine Hat, Alta...
Rapeseed, in Transit	
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 Stockl
440
310
290
20
300
330
131
170
190
430
80
500
440
120
130
590
593
595, 596
594
530, 700
270
90
639
691
530
700
745
540
745, 760
420
550
570, 580
652
649J
390
300
670
649f
670
649f
780
615, 616
690
720,730,765|
360, 370
ISSUED AUGUST 20,1957 EFFECTIVE AUGUST 27,1957
(Filed with I.C.C. for information only)
By S. A./^HRR, Chief of Tariff and Division Bureaux, C.P.P=^Station, Winnipeg, Man.
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FORM 102 O
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
Mr. H.G. Letch,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
FILE OR CLAIM      {i** *i\Jy £ ( *L
Montreal, December 13, 1957.
C.O.T.C. Vancouver, B.C. Telegraph Office
North Vancouver, B.C. Telegraph Office
I refer to your letter dated July 26 to Superintendent,
Communications, Vancouver, copy to me.
If you have not yet received the information which you
require, please let me knov/.
I notice that you only asked for "Memorandum of
Understanding17.  Does this mean that you have the other items
referred to in my letter of June 21?
Chief, Travelling^Staffs. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   Col
FORM
MPANY
FILE OR CLAIM        20lj.*ll     COTC .
Aix36.
Vancouver, B.C*
August ll^th, 19$7.
Mr. H.G* Letch,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, BC.
(Room 102, Depot).
COTC Vancouver BC Telegraph Office.
North Vancouver BC Telegraph Office.
Re your letter of July 26th, File 11+8-L*
Please find attached, copies of memorandum1s on above,
per your request*
as
R.V.Tombe.
Superintendent of
Communications * 14S*t
Taneoiiver 8*0. July t&tiufXf57»
itr.t.T.foi&be*
Superiiitaficle&t Cosnunlcation Depertfae&t.
Vfc&eowmr B.0*
C.O.T.C. faaeouver B.Q. Telegraph Offiee
Hortfa faiteoaver B.C. yalegrapb Offloe.
Ste June t5ttt.t1957 I w^ote you as follows;-
*X have been given to ti&derstaiid by Montreal that
you have on file in your office, the*  ®JAemera£dtif& of Understanding*, covering
the equalisation of traffic arrangasienta for both of the above of fleas* If
eof mlH you kindly arrange to lot mo have copies of iftSMU*
whieh I requested.
To-date X have not received a reply or tha copies
CCt
ing Auditor,
lir.S*B#f?eavely.
Chief, Travelling Staffs,
iiontresl Qua*
Tour Htm  S-2Q8G31 4fe 20f2?f June 21st. .195? cover. ) 1-48   \^y
CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
c;.  D.   15A
Statement of Authorized Uncollected Telegraph Accounts at	
Month ending 13
DATE
CUSTOMER
AMOUNT
CASH
FOLIO
CREDIT
1 CHARGED
OUT
OUTSTANDING
AUDITORS' FILE NO.
REMARKS
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Vancouver B.C., June 25 th.,1957*
Mr.R.V.Tombs,
Superintendent Communication Department,
Vancouver B.C.
C.O.T.C. Vancouver B.C. Telegraph Office
O North Vancouver B.C. Telegraph Office*
I have been given to understand by Montreal that
r^\ you have on file in your office, the, "Memorandum of Understanding", covering
the equalization of traffic arrangements for both of the above offices. If
so, will you kindly arrangs to let me have copies of same.
selling Auditor. E. & N.Ry., C.T.C. No. 828
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
6th REVISED PAGE 82
Cancels
5th Revised Page 82
C.P.Ry., C.T.C. No. W. 4070
C.P.Ry., I.C.C. No. W. 1021
Item No.
TRANSIT PRIVILEGES
©660
(Cont'd)
inclusion of
Shingles,
Lumberor
Articles taking Lumber
Rates at New|
Westminster,
Port Moody
orVancouver,
B.C.
Description
of Commodities
Loaded in
Car
Time Limit
Expense
Bills and
Waybills
Shippers
Must
Comply with
Following
Conditions
Milling
and/or
Staining
Shingles at
Marpole, B.C.
Milling
and/or
Staining
Shingles
at North
Vancouver,
B.C.
Lumber and Articles taking Lumber Rates, also Shingles, for Milling, Sorting, Storage
and Staining in Transit at New Westminster, Port Moody or Vancouver, B.C., and
Reshipment; also Milling and/or Staining of Shingles at Marpole, North Vancouver
and 4McKay, B.C., as provided in Paragraphs 12,13 and 14—Continued
6. Shingles, Lumber or articles taking lumber rates, originating at New Westminster,
Port Moody or Vancouver, B.C., may be included in outbound transit cars. Such additional commodities will be charged for at the carload rate from New Westminster, Port Moody or
Vancouver, B.C., to destination, and such additional weight may be used to make up the carload minimum.
7. 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 shingles and all
other articles taking shingle or lumber rates loaded in the car.
No substitution of one grade of shingle for another grade of shingles or of articles taking
shingle or lumber rates received at transit point and transmitted under this arrangement will
be permitted.
8. Under this arrangement reshipment must be made from transit point within thirty (30)
days after date of receipt of shipment at that point.
9. 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 transit 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 transit point
show reference to inward waybill or waybills.
10. Transit privileges will only be accorded when shippers at transit point:
(a) Produces evidence of correct weights.
(b) Keeps a complete and accurate record acceptable to the carrier.
(c) Permits an authorized representative of the carrier at any time to have access to its
records.
(d) When requested, make statements, and, if required, affidavits as to the accuracy of
such statements or records.
11. The transit privilege authorized herein will not apply on shipments which leave the
point of origin prior to the effective date of this item.
12. The privilege and regulations authorized in this item will also apply on Shingles,
carloads, originating at Dewdney, B.C., on the Canadian Pacific Railway when shipped to
Marpole, B.C., for milling and/or staining, on the Vancouver and Lulu Island Railway (See
Note) except that the charge for road haul and stop-off services on the Vancouver and Lulu
Island Railway will be 8 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.
Note—Cars must be delivered to the Vancouver and Lulu Island Railway at New Westminster, B.C., and returned, after the shingles have been milled and/or stained, to the
Canadian Pacific Railway at New Westminster, B.C.
C.F.A. 11609 10831
13. The privilege and regulations authorized in this item will also apply on Shingles,
carloads, originating at Fanny Bay, B.C., on The Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway when shipped to North Vancouver, B.C., for milling and/or staining on the Canadian National Railways,
(see Note) except that the charge for road haul and stop-off services on the Canadian National
Railways will be 11 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, and which is in addition to
the through rate or charges via direct routes from point of origin to ultimate destination.
Note—Cars must be delivered to the Canadian National Railways at Vancouver, B.C.,
and returned, after the shingles have been milled and/or stained, to the Canadian Pacific
Railway at Vancouver, B.C.
(Concluded on next page)
®Rates and Charges in this Item are NOT subject to increases provided in Item A.
iReduction.
ISSUED MARCH 15, 1956 EFFECTIVE MARCH 22, 1956
(Filed with LC.C. for information only)
By S. A. KEBa, Chief of Tariff and Division Bureaux, C.P.Ry. S^tion, Winnipeg, Man.
^      (Printed in Canada)
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM   G—208031
G-209272
Mr, H.G. Letch,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Montreal, June 21, 1957.
Hotel Vancouver Telegraphs #2043
North Vancouver Telegraphs #2044
Referring to your letter of Hay 22, your file 14S-L relative
to above,
Mr. Barber has replied under date June 14, file C-20394
and I quote as follows:
"The agency in the Hotel Vancouver is covered by an official
agreement dated April 14, 1944, which is filed with the Secretary
of the Company under Agreement #0.D. 1665$•
flThe office at North Vancouver opened on a joint basis on
October 15, 1947• This operation is covered by a joint understanding
arranged between the General Superintendent of Communications of
the respective Companies, copy of which is on file in this office.
nThe latest joint branch, "C.O.T.C.!f, is also covered by a
Memorandum of Understanding dated February 22, 1957, copy of which
is on file in this office.n
The above for your information and would suggest that you
obtain a copy of the Agreement from the General Superintendent of
Communications, Vancouver and if he is unable to supply you with a
copy, please refer the matter back to me.
Chief, Travelling o
o
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Vancouver B.C. May 21st.,1957*
Mr.S.D.Reavely,
Chief, travelling Staffs,
Montreal Que.
16th.  lustsnt.
Hotel Vancouver Telegraph.
Nor tb tfc no ^ • i v -: r Tg 1 eg ra :»h.
With reference to your file a-209272 of the
Please be advised that the ebove mentioned
offices have now been a3ded to my division list. E. &N.Ry., C.T.C. No. 828
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 PAGE 82A
Cancels
Original Page 82A
C.P.Ry., C.T.C. No. W. 4070
C.P.Ry., I.C.C. No. W. 1021
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Item No.
0660
(Conci'd)
Mining
and/or
Staining
Shingles
at McKay,
B.C.
Shrinkage
TRANSIT PRIVILEGES
Lumber and Articles taking Lumber Rates, also Shingles, for AKiln-Drying, Milling,
Sorting, Storage and Staining in Transit at New Westminster, Port Moody or Vancouver,
B.C., and Reshipment; also Milling and/or Staining of Shingles at Marpole, North
Vancouver and McKay, B.C., as provided in Paragraphs 12, 13 and 14—Concluded
14. (a) The privilege and regulations authorized in this item will also apply on Shingles,
carloads, originating at Fanny Bay, B.C., on The Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway when
shipped to McKay, B.C., for milling and/or staining on the British Columbia Electric Railway (see Note), except that the charge for road haul and stop-off services on the British
Columbia Electric Railway will be 11 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, and which
is in addition to the through rate or charges via direct routes from point of origin to ultimate
destination.
Note—Cars must be delivered to the British Columbia Electric Railway at New Westminster, B.C., and returned, after the shingles have been milled and/or stained, to the
Canadian Pacific Railway at New Westminster, B.C.
(b) The transit privilege authorized in this paragraph will also apply on shipments which
leave the point of origin on and after February 14, 1956.
415. When shingles are shipped into the transit point for kiln-drying and/or staining, the
following deductions for shrinkage will be made from the actual inbound weights into the
transit point:
When kiln-dried only.....  30%
When kiln-dried then stained   20%
®Rates and Charges in this Item are NOT subject to increases provided in Item A.
^Reduction.
ISSUED DECEMBER 31,1956
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 7, 1957
(Filed with I.C.C. for information only)
By S. A. KER^v Chief of Tariff and Division Bureaux, C.P.Ry. St^jon, Winnipeg, Man.
(Printed in Canada) o
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM    G~ 2092/2
Montreal,  May 16,   1957#
FORM 102 ("IN
'.  H.G.   Letch:
Hotel Vancouver Telegraph Report ^2043
North Vancouver Telegraph Report $2044
 Joint Audits G.N,T> _
Replying to your letter of May 10, file 14S-L and
in particular to last paragraph.
Please arrange to add above offices to your division
list and advise me when done*
Concerning how future audits are to be arranged,
please direct your communications to this office. n
Mt sponsq pi
I NXspft |6 OLf|M 0| 09S99J9B b^ciIP P!P!*A 0OiUB9UA
3" 4 8 " L rYHD VGEHr
Vancouver B.C, May 10th.,1957.
. ia lonuq (o p© couect 10 if. mi|| uoi ps uecettiiX 5.0 -%,^%n%u mm®*
Mr.S^D.Raavely,      .^ ;  f|| (||€ ©UC|o*«| $yA0lobs JM(U |ff|!
Chisf,  travelling Staffs,
Montreal Que.       |gX AG 1.1 (A £ff© COU6C(U^3 Q\ £|J€ spOAS 1
Joint Audit Morth Vancouver
and v&noouver Hotel • I
 a , —,——
Your file© 0-2080^1 and 0-209272*
...    While making the check at the head offices; of
tha two companies of the Squallzation Accounts of these two branch offices,
it was noted that the set up of each office was different. Under the circumstances
would it be possible £or you to obtain;for me copies of the Joint Agreements
for each office, also copies of any supplements thereto. By having these
documents available, travelling Auditors would then be in a position to ascertain
whether or not the complete terms of the agreements were being adhered to.
This would; also apply to a new office, nC.C.T.C11, which commenced joint
operations in March 19jj57* |
I would also like to know if the joint audits
of these offices should be aMed  to rafr! division list as one unit, and by whom
they will be arranged in future.
rAWIWX£ VMD ClfEDI
9a nu^mi ou
If      ^nffj\ ■"■ r^2± VftDll:
Travapiftg Auditor*
..   ..    ,..     .   . ^   _ .  .
AVMCOflAEK1
ifeYifiWI CANADIAN PACIFIC
LAND DE
RAILWAY
PARTMENT
fCOMPANY
VANCOUVER, B. C.
FORM  2413
At an Audit of this Department your Contract No.	
Coverino
Lots
Block
D.L	
stands as under on                                              Total Amount of Contract S
Balance of Principal unpaid as per Audit Statement sent
$
PAYMENTS AND CREDITS RECEIVED SINCE LAST AUDIT:
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
1
Balance of
Principal   Unpaid
Balance of
Principal   Unpaid
Will you kindly verify the correctness of the above payments made and if any
error found, return promptly in the enclosed envelope with full particulars.   If statement is found to be correct to                            it will not be necessary to return same.
Yours truly,
C.W. McBAIN
LAND AGENT.
AN cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company
and remitted to Land Agent, Vancouver, B. C. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
hf4\
FORM IOIGw.
FILE OR CLAIM
TanoouTer l.C* May 10tlu91957«
3Ir*S*B.BeaTrelyf
Chief* Travelling Staffs,
Canadian Pacific Hallway,
Montreal Que*
Mr.J.Templeton,
Chief Accountant,
Canadian national Telegrapha,
Toronto Gat*
Kteainatiom of Telegraph Accounts
Hotel Taneouver Branch Of flea - May 6th**1957*
Caah
Cash and cash records ware found to be in good order*
Division of Traffic
^A
C.K* abstracting of sent traffic was checked from April 1st*
to April |Oth. inclusive and no discrepancies noted*
V *"'
C.P* sbatracting of seat Hraf fie was checked for tha same
period aad no discrepancies noted*
General
Accounts ware found to fee in good order*
Travelling Auditor,
Canadian national telegraphs*
tor,
mAtm Hallway* BRANCH/^
CANADIAN PACIFIC EXPRESS COMPANY
CHECK OF FINANCIAL PAPER
Form 433
Vancouver B.C.
Office J10.^.^  Date My.A%.h... 195.?....
-irs.N.E.LaFortune
Agent..
f Money Orders
April 24/57
Date of Last Report of        < Foreign Cheques	
^Travellers Cheques	
Last Remittance forwarded—W/B No  .Date Amount.
Financial Paper Sold and Not Reported:
167/275179-193
TOTAL
.79.1,
45.
791.45
Financial Paper on Hand:
167/275194-199
- 167/510400-459
Last
a.O.K. M/0
reported 166/452722 April 30/57
Issued  since Nil
On hend 166/45 272?-759
REMARKS
To Auditor of Money Orders
Canadian Pacific Express Company
King and Simcoe Streets
Toronto.
District Representative or Travelling Auditor BRANCH    -
CANADIAN PACIFIC EXPRESS COMPANY
CHECK OF FINANCIAL PAPER
Vancouver B.C.
Office..110*6.1.^  Date
Mi ss»K .McLean
Agent	
May 6th*,
Form 433
.195..
Date of Last Report of
Money Orders ^^..^•».1?57 .
Foreign Cheques	
[Travellers Cheques
Last Remittance forwarded—W/B No	
Financial Paper Sold and Not Reported:
Date Amount..
$
-
Nil
TOTAL     -     -
Financial Paper on Hand:
163/068100-119
REMARKS
To Auditor of Money Orders
Canadian Pacific Express Company
King and Simcoe Streets
Toronto.
District Representative or Travelling Auditor (®) 9/46                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              A.A. 39
Vancouver B.C.
B9t*l tmmwm mlmmm station iBLjS&ui 19.ll...         ^   Rep0rt no .?9M	
DISPOSITION OF DIFFERENCES
 H.G.LetCh Trav. Auditors
INSTRUCTIONS—Enumerate and show disposition of all differences supplied by Audit Office.    If no debit or credit is required
only mention item with notation, "See attached ' and give required explanation on original difference slip sent you by Audit Office.
After dealing with differences supplied by Audit Office enumerate and show disposition of differences located by Travelling Auditor
which are not adjusted by special debit or credit.
Description of Differences
TRAVELLING AUDITOR'S EXPLANATION,
ADJUSTMENT AND REMARKS
Telegraph M.O.D* Drafts
La at reported
17071 April 30th.f1957
Issued since
Hil
Qxx band
17072 to 17073 inclusive.
- _                           CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY  CfWANY .^        £ /
Travelling Auditor's Statement of Cash on Hand                           AFSA 46S
Station or Agency,                          19
Amount
Amount
CHEQUES
Bills       / x 1
/   j   ...
x 2
zzzz
/ x 5
x
■      x 10
x 20
x 50
V
x 100
v 3 c -
Gold	
y
/
Silver           x5
-
x 10
|              A   €> 0
x 25
y   ,
x 50
V
x 100
Coppers	
Miscellaneous	
I   ....                                 v
X
Total Cheques
1 hereby certify that the
above is correct.                                                   Total
Trav^llimi Auditor
Aaent. Cashier or Clerk.
/
/       ——*—~~^ r
_                          CANAr\N  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY                    >-
Travelling Auditor's Statement of Cash on Hand                            AFSA 46S
:              Station or Agency,                          19
Amount
Amount
CHEQUES
Bills  X   x 1
■
x 2
x 5
x 10
sfyl^J/    j*y(/
j«
x 20
x 50
x 100
Gold	
Silver     0x5
X    x 10
.
x 25
/■       ■
x 50
x 100
Coppers	
Miscellaneous	
fjir   ''   0
Total Cheques
1 hereby certify jthat the
above is correct.                                                   Total
/     .        ;     ...       y      .
Trjfvellina Auditor.
Aaent. Cashier or Clerk.
t
/ 9. oo y/X- yT\ y<*< f^*
fr  fA^^   /<?- /r & %\
[O^tr^u ^irirOrr^-^
£J^. o
CD. 2SB
G. H. PESCUD, General Manager, Montreal, Que.
L. E. HAMSON, Assistant General Manager, Montreal, Que.
L. A. RAYMOND, General Superintendent, Montreal, Que. P. G. McLEAN, General Superintendent, Winnipeg, Man.
H. W. HOWARD, Superintendent, Sudbury, Ont. R. V. TOMBE, Superintendent, Vancouver, B.C.
D. N. MACLEOD, Superintendent, Toronto, Ont. D. LESLIE, Superintendent, Calgary, Alta.
A. E. EMERY, Superintendent, Montreal, Que. L. W. NEALE, Superintendent, Moose Jaw, Sask.
W. G. KEATING, Superintendent, Saint John, N.B. E. ELSEY, Superintendent, Winnipeg, Man.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS UPON WHICH TELEGRAPH AND CABLE MESSAGES SHALL BE TRANSMITTED
ARE PRESCRIBED BY ORDER No. 49274 DATED DECEMBER 5th, 1932, OF THE BOARD OF TRANSPORT
COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA, AND PUBLISHED IN THE CANADA GAZETTE.
It is agreed between the sender of the message, on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company shall not be liable for damages arising from failure to
transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or otherwise, or for delays
from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher or obscure messages, or for errors from illegible writing, beyond the amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate, and in that case the Company shall be liable for
damages, suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200, due to the negligence of the Company in the transmission or delivery of the telegram.
Correctness in the transmission and delivery of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium thereon at the
following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz.: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and two per cent, for any greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other Telegraph Company necessary
to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not be responsible for messages until the same are presented
and accepted at one of its transmitting offices; if a message is sent to such office by one of the Company's messengers he acts for that purpose as the sender's agent; if by
telephone the person receiving the message acts therein as agent of the sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender. This Company shall not be liable
in any case for damages, unless the same be claimed, in writing, within sixty days after receipt of the telegram for transmission.
No employee of the Company shall vary the foregoing.
CLASSES  OF SERVICE
FULL  RATE  TELEGRAM
A full-rate expedited service.
NIGHT TELEGRAM
Accepted up to 2 a.m. at reduced rates, to be sent during the night and delivered on the morning of the next day after their date at places where the Company's
offices are open on Sundays, and on the morning of the next ensuing business day
at places where the Company's offices are not open on Sundays.
DAY  LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard telegram rates as
follows: One and one-half times the ten-word day telegram rate for the transmission
of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of the initial rate for such 50 words for each
additional 10 words or less.
Day letters may be forwarded by the Company as a deferred service, and the
transmission and delivery of such Day Letters are, in all respects, subordinate to
the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate telegrams.
Day Letters may be delivered by the Company by telephoning the same to
the addressees and such deliveries shall be a complete discharge of the obligation
of the Company to deliver.
Day Letters are received subject to the express understanding and agreement
that the Company does not undertake that a Day Letter shall be delivered on the
day of its date absolutely and at all events; but that the Company's obligation in
this respect is subject to the condition that there shall remain sufficient time for
the transmission and delivery of such Day Letter on the day of its date during
regular office hours, subject to the priority of the transmission of full-rate telegrams
under the conditions named above.
NIGHT   LETTERS
Accepted up to 2 a.m. for delivery on the morning of the next day after their
date at places where the Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on the morning
of the next ensuing business day at places where the Company's offices are not
open on Sundays, at rates still lower than its standard night telegram rates as
follows: The standard day rate for 10 words for the transmission of 50 words or
less and one-fifth of the initial rate for such 50 words for each additional 10 words
or less.
Night Letters may, at the option of the Company, be mailed at destination to
the addressees, and the Company shall be deemed to have discharged its obligation
in such cases with respect to delivery by mailing such Night Letters at destination,
postage prepaid. © 11/55
^^AD^M   PACIFIC
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Tice
Mr. J. Teapleton,
Chief Accountant,
Canadian lational telegraphs,
forontotGnt.
Mr. S.D. Heavely,
Chief, travelling Staffs,
Canaulan Pacific Railway,
Montreal, yam.
Cash was found to be 42.30 short anti this
amount was iui&ea lately paid by Manager.
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Outgolnc traffic firon Bcrtl couver covering
the sooth of April is correct.      flies® arrets
occurreu qui to improper oh—jrlnj by the clerks
I this Ml been brought to the
tion of all concerned.
Canadian Pacific r<.isitta>.ces are be; uncled in
accordance with instructions.    leak deposit slips
for 6a IB national sire being M in
duplicate arid only the orlglJ '.aft at the
Koyal u    Instructions call for the Baak to be
fur ih two copies of deposit slips, the
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CANADIAN PACIFIC EXPRESS COMPANY
CHECK OF FINANCIAL PAPER
Om^.J^P^ Date .M®.y..6.tb#i 195.7..
Agent..
Miss«A«B.Fraser
" Money Orders	
Foreign Cheques	
^Travellers Cheques	
Last Remittance forwarded—W/B No Date Amount.
$
Date of Last Report of
Financial Paper Sold and Not Reported:
TOTAL     -     -
Financial Paper on Hand:
Telegraph "i.Q.X  ?.-"onsy Orders.
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REMARKS
To Auditor of Money Orders
Canadian Pacific Express Company
King and Simcoe Streets
Toronto.
District Representative or Travelling Auditor {9) 9/46                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              A A   39
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DISPOSITION OF DIFFERENCES
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INSTRUCTIONS—Enumerate and show disposition of all differences supplied by Audit Office.    If no debit or credit is required
only mention item with notation, "See attached" and give required explanation on original difference slip sent you by Audit Office.
After dealing with differences supplied by Audit Office enumerate and show disposition of differences located by Travelling Auditor
which are not adjusted by special debit or credit.
Description of Differences
TRAVELLING AUDITOR'S EXPLANATION,
ADJUSTMENT AND REMARKS
Tele
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Lest reported
3766? April 30th.,1957
Issued since
Nil
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This will acknowledge rec-s5.pt of your file
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Travailing Auditor* Sixty-third Revised Page 3
Cancels Sixty-second Revised Page 3
Circular No. W. 1B
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
CIRCULAR No. W. 1B
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FORM 102A
FILE OR CLAIM
G.  Letch:
G-20S031
Montreal, November 19, 1956.
Mr. J. E. Worrall:
North Vancouver Branch Office
Vancouver Hotel Branch Office
Further to our exchanges in connection with audits at the
above offices, I am attaching copy of letter received from the
Canadian National Telegraphs which is self-explanatory.
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Chief, Travelling Staffs. o
CANADIAN NATIONAL TELEGRAPHS
151 Front Street, West,
TORONTO 1, ONT.
November 15, 1956.
R-1095-3
Mr. 3. D. Reavely,
Chief, Travelling Staffs,
Canadian Pacific Railways,
Montreal, Que.
North Vancouver Branch Office
Vancouver Hotel Branch Office
Dear Sir:
Acknowledging your letter of October 30th file G-203031
respecting the above.  In 1954 the audits in the West were performed by Railway Travelling Auditors stationed in that territory
but since the inauguration ofthe Communications Accounting
Department in 1955, we nave taken over all audits of Telegraph
offices and although we have an assigned Travelling Auditor to
cover the West he is not stationed there but makes his headquarters
in Toronto making periodic trips to the West and at the time of wrjfciid
it was overlooked that audits made at the two points mentioned above
were actually more to cover the equalization of traffic rather than
a normal check.
Prior to one of his periodic visits to the West In 195$,
I will contact you to make arrangements for a Joint Audit of these
two offices.
Yours truly,
Chief Accountant.
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Vancouver B.C. fitctober 23rd.f1956<
Mr»S.D«BeaveIjri
Chief, Travelling Staffs,
Montreal Qua.    su
"lorcn
j I North Vancouver Branch Office
I Vancouver Hotel Branch Office
J With reference to your file G-208031 of the 16th.
tkd attached copy of letter to you from Chief Accountant C.N.Telegraphsf
3nt.
Mr. J •B.Worrell did eheck the Sub-Office in the
Hotel Vancouver during his audit of Vancouver Telegraph. However he did not
check Horth Vancouver, which is a Commission Agency (Joint). It has never been
the practice to check this office until a joint audit is called by the C.N.I.
When the C.N.T. call for the joint audit of these two offices, it is not just
for the purpose of making the usual type of cheek. The checking portion is a
minor consideration; the emphasis being placed on the equalization of traffic.
This is handled in a similar manner as the Travelling Auditors1 portion of the
annual audit which ia made of the Northern Alberta KLys. in Edmonton Alta. Insofar
as I can ascertain, the last audit of this type which was made of these offices,
was made in August Iff*. .
Presume you will take this matter up further with
;letonf Chief Accountant, C.N.T. Toronto Ont.
Travelling Auditor.
; $*
. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LAND   DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B.C.
May 2C
FORM  241 3
1, 1947
Covering
At an Audit of this Department your Contract No.
Lois
  Block	
D.L	
stands as under on May 19, 1947*        Total Amount
oi Contract $
Balance of Principal unpaid as Der Audit Statement sent Aoril 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
found, ret
correct to
All chec
'ill you
urn pron
May
Sues s
Com
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nptly
19
hou
pan
Jly verify
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, 1947
ild be r
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>sed envelope
will not be
le payable
flitted to L
of the above
with full partic
necessary to r
to order of
and Agent,
payment!
ulars.    II
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Yours tr
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UV4
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM Q— 208031
Montreal, October 16, 1956
Mr. H. G. Letch:
North Vancouver Branch Office
Vancouver Hotel Branch Office
Since writing to theCanadian National Telegraphs on
October 9, with copy to you, l have received a letter from theij
as per attached copy, in connection with proposed joint audits of
the above offices, commencing October 24, 1956, which have, of
course, now been cancelled.
I am taking up with Mr. Worrall to confirm that he checked
these offices in connection with his audit of Vancouver Telegraph.
At the same time, i would be pleased to hear from you with a view to
clarifying this situation, as it is now obvious that our approach
to checking these offices is somewhat different from that of the
Canadian National Telegraphs*
Chief, Traveilit^Staffs. o
COPY
CANADIAN NATIONAL TELEGRAPHS
151 Front Street West,
Toronto 1, Ont.
October 9, 1956.
File: R-1095-3
CONFIDENTIAL
Mr. S. D. Reavely,
Chief, Travelling Staffs,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Accounting Department,
Montreal, Quebec.
Dear Sir:
North Vancouver Branch Office
Vancouver Hotel Branch Office
Further to your letter of September 27th regarding Joint
Audits at above offices.
Our Travelling Auditor advises that your auditor checked
Vancouver Hotel Branch Office in the middle of September, andour
man checked again on September 27th,
As we were not advised in regard to this Joint Audit
and our Travelling Auditor is needed on other commitments he
therefore, will check North Vancouver separately, while in the
territory.
Yours truly,
(sgd.) J. TEMPLETON.
Chief Accountant.
HW: jw 'i'l^L
ff   fl .pleton,
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11 i ema 1   i e le gr a phs f
151 Front Street Wost,
TORONTO lf Ont.
October ft 1956,
G-20S031
Dear Sir:
North Vancouver Branch Office
fancouver Hotel Branch Office
Pti, ' of September 2?, I now find that our
Auditor I r. u. Q*  Letch will be in a position to
.iock of the above offices on October 24, 1956* It is
,od that our representatives will make their
m$m   ■     - .Locally.
lour : trulyf
Chief f in relliag Staff 1 •
c.c. Mr. H. G. Letch:
Refers to your letter of October 3*  I am presuming that
you will have no difficulty in contacting their Travelling
Auditor Mr. T. R. Ruttan, and making your own meeting arrangements]
Kindly acknowledge. o
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Tancouver B.C. Oefcober Jrd.,1956.
rd<W
Mr.S.B.Heavely,
Chieff Travelling Staffs,
Montreal Que.
«
- llorth Vancouver Branch Office
fancouver Hotel Branch Office
With reference to your file G-2080j5l of the
27th. ultimo* to Mr.J.Templetont Chief Accountant, Canadian National
Telegraphs, Toronto G&t.f copy to me*
Saturday? and
San Francisco
19th. or;20th
exceptionally
have at least
think October
audits of the
1 I have worked out a schedule, and by working
travelling Sundays, it may be possible for ®e to work
f Los Angeles and Portland and be back in Tancouver on the
. of October. This of course providing the business is not
heavy and I do not have any trouble. I would then like to
one day tb complete my reports and correspondence. I would
24tb. should be a reasonably safe date on which to commence
two above mentioned joint offices.
Travelling Auditor.
nun
'- CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
LAND   DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B.C.
May 20
FORM  2413
>, 1947
Covering
At an Audit of this Department your Contract No.
Lots
Block
D.L	
stands  as  under on May   19.   1947.         Total  Amount  <
of Contract $
Balance of Principal unpaid as per Audit Statement sent April 19, 1945 $
PAYMENTS AND CREDITS RECEIVED SINCE LAST AUDIT:
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
DATE
PRINCIPAL
INTEREST
TOTAL
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
found, ret
correct to
All chec
'ill you
urn pror
May
lues s
Com
kinc
nptly
19
hoi
par
lly verify
i in the e
, 1947
ild be t
ly an**
• th<
nclc
\ it
na<
ren
z correctness
tsed envelope
will not be
ie payable
nitted to L
of the above
with full partic
necessary to r
to order of
and Agent,
payment
ulars.    Ii
eturn sai
Yours tr
Canad
Vance
s m<
f sta
me.
uly,
f.W
L
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IUV4
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tement is
IcBAIN
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
September 27, 1956,
G-20S031
FORM 102 Qin,
Mr* J* Tempieton,
C-.Ief Accountant$
151 at Street West,
TOROKTO 1, Onte
Dear Sir,
Horth Vancouver
Vancouver Hotel
.nch Office
mch Office
in which
to your letter of     -iber 21 ? File R-1095*3,
wo advise suitable dates aad
ir joint audits at the above offices during the
rW Vv Vi   .
dtsients,  I am not %$ . oition to gfrra you a
ly but 1 will write to 5 .n in the no.jr future
■
and will do all possible to arrange th
b of October.
udits for the latter
Chief, Travelling staffs*
c.c. Mr. H. G. Letgh:
The C.N. Telegraphs will be represented by
Travelling Auditor Mr. T. R. Ruttan.  Blindly advise as soon
as possible when you will be able to commence these joint
audits. , B»C», 4t to, **H»
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f*4# Ai&v*303» regarding flwimlil najwr on hand at the- above
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omission waa not deteotod atom f*aatnin<| EWHBPll at Yaneouver
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Mr* A© W.  Blaekler* canJdian pacific express .ompany
GENERAL   ACCOUNTING   OFFICE
W. J.  HALLARN, GENERAL AUDITOR
G. E. GRANT, assistant general auditor
T. E. McDONNELL, auditor of money orders
S. H. McNEILLY, auditor of express receipts
FILE NO.  AMO-302
KING & SIMCOE STREETS
TORONTO 1, CANADA
August 31, 1954©
Mr. J.S. Drummond,
Travelling Auditor,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Dear Sir:
vA-y
Please refer to letter August 20th giving
financial paper found on hand August 19th at check of Hotel
Vancouver Telegraph Office.
No mention is made of Foreign Postal Remittances
539506 to 19 which our records indicate should be on hand.
If these were inadvertently omitted from your report, will
you please confirm that they were on hand. If not made available to you, win you please take up for disposition at the
date of the check.
Yours truly,
TEMcD/d
c.c. Mr. A.W. Blackler,
Auditor of Agencies,
C.P.R., Montreal.
Auditor of Money Orders. 	
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Hotel Vancouver Telegraph Office.
Telegraph Money Transfer
Drafta
Last reported
/
96686  July 1954.
/
Since issued
96687/690
97457/462
poo.oo
1050.00
On hand
Aug©2?th.
97463/465
incl.
Travelling Auditor.
\      "P-Jj-	 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FORM 102 Cjn
FILE OR CLAIM
?aaoou?ert B.C.     August 2C» If 54
Aatfiter e£ Monty Orders.
Can. Fae. Kspress Coy.t
Toronto. C&t.
Hotel Vancouver Branch Telegraph Office.
file following are da tails of financial paper at th*
attire office at otoaak ^oigust If %hi
Money Orders
Miss P. I. coffin
Last reported
Since issued
On band
lias S. I© Mol^n
last reported
Since issued
On hand
Money transfer Money Orders
Last reported
Since issued
On
155-610086     Aug. 18 tiu
155-610087/88     #20.74
155-610069/119   luel.
151-874578     May 5th.
151-874579     #23.15
155-041980     #57.91
155-©419il/999   **»*•
154-548191     July 1954
154-548192/195  <2oo.oo
154-548194/219    inol.
Travelling Auditor.
c.c.
Mr.    A, W. ELaekler. 3-49
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY
Trave»>.iig Auditor's Statement of Cash ol Hand
A.A. 46
Station or Agency,         	
 19	
CHEQUES
Amount
Bills..           x 1
Amount
x 2
x 5
x 10
x 20
x 50
x 100
Gold	
Silver                   x 5
x 10
x 25
x 50
x 100
Coppers	
,'V:-V'    , jr
Miscellaneous	
Summary
Sheet     1                162.00
2                  10.00
5                 20.74
54.19
246.93
Total Cheques  '
1 hereby certify that the above is correct.                                                    Total
Travelling Auditor.
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Agent, Cashier or Clerk.  Commercial Cables
SUBSIDIARY  OF
AMERICAN CABLE & RADIO CORPORA!
TO TELEPHONE  A   MESSAGE
OR
ORDER  A  MESSENGER
C/O.L
CANADIAN  PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
Mackay
Radio
Qll Gmerica Cables and Radio
ALWAYS  ROUTE  YOUR
MESSAGE  EITHER
Via Commercial
Via Qll Qmcrica
Via Tttackay Kadio
Memo To
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, B.C.,
it 82,   1953,
, . .Mcintosh,
itor of Agencies,
Montreal, Cue.
Vancouver Telegraph
Korth Vancouver Branch Office.
Herewith is ay for® AA 35 covering joint cheek
of the above oranca office, which was made on August 1?, the
idian National Railways being represented by their travelling
itor, Mr..f .M.Bart.
Cash check ims  @ad€ at the office, end records
verea examined at the main offices, aa to dttision of traffic,
Enclosed are copies of joint letters to Manager
.Telegraphs, and Oeneral Agent C.P.Telegraph* pointing out
discrepancies noted during period of business extamined.
Travail:
alitor. 2r" 12
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INTER-DEPARTMENTAL  CORRESPONDENCE
VaHcouviF'"'j;g';
..19..
YOUR FILE
SUBJECT
OUR FILE
Kxaiaination of accounts,
North Vancouvor tUu. Augi 17th 19$3
Mr H Jones,
Manager*
Vancouver B.C.
On checking your records of sent paid and collect traffic
from North Vancouver branch office to competitive points July 15th
to 31st inclusive, errors were detected as follows-
over  short
July 15 25A9 KL
to Montreal   listed $3.05 instd $1.70
COIBp.
1.35
■      22 23A5NL
" Toronto          »          2.87      n       1.70
ft
1.17
«     22   9/7
»» Ottawa           «         1.59     n       1.35
w
.24
«      22 10
» Montreal       »         1.70     «       1.35
M
.35
"      23 14 Coll
" Nlag.  Falls "          1.33 fixel     1.97
tt
1.97
»     24 11
w U Vancouver " oiaitted   lnstd      .53
a
.53
■     25 140/52
H Montreal        »       15.00    ,»     13.40
M Beverly AltaM         1.27W"       1.21
N
1.60
"      29 12 Coll
1*
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Balance to adjust-
1.00
To adjust, please deduct
month of August.
4*71  4.7:
..CX) from our local figures for the
hwjPt
availing Auditor INTER-DEP
&T
MENTAL   CORRESP
>OND
ENCE
VaiMettWF-4^«--^
 19..
YOUR FILE
SUBJECT
Ixasiination of accounts,
Horth Vancouver B.C. A up: 16th 1953
OUR FILE
^cations.
Mr Jf J#Hickey,
General Agent,
G.P.&. * (foinmunications.
In counting sent competitive traffic handled at Kortb Vancouver^:
branch office,grosa assount of conjoint money transfer charges and tolls is
being included b both companies, whereas it would appear proper to deduct
W. II. proportion as done on conjoint message tolls, in which case,adjustment
should be made as follows-
Month        C.M.T.
January 1952
April 1.09
May 3.58
June 25.69
July     (17.03) X%m
August
October
Hovember
December
Pehru&iy 1953
April
Nfefr
June
July
Total
V.W.Ppn
9*21
3.82
15.35
8.50
5.75
15.30
16.70
27.00
149.02
fo adjust, unbalance
by the difference of #?4.3&«
C.P.ii.
4.23
4.28
3.40
2.65
3.60
18.21
9.11
vor of C.P.R. should be Increased
y
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Auditor,
Travel!^ Auditor 6
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, B.C., August 21,  1953.
FORM  102A
Mr.D.A.Melntosh,
Auditor of Agencies,
Montreal, Que.
North Vancouver Branch Telegraph
Report No. 1525.    .
Below are details of Agents1 Drafts on Treasurer,
found on hand at the above office which are used in connection with
telegraph money transfers.
On hand       Issued not yet reported Last number reported
71670 - 71680        nil 71666 July 1953.
Travelling Auditor. o
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver* B.C.
ist 21,  1953,
FORM  102A    Oin
4udltor of Money Orders,
Can.'* ac .Express Go.,
Toronto, Ont.
Morth Ifancouver Branch Telegraph Office.
Below are details of financial r&per found on hand at the
above office at check on August 17, which are used in connection with
tftlegraph uioney transfers.
On hand Issued not reported   Last number reported
154/501689-699    501684 ~ 688 #154.00       1683 July 1953.
ec Mr .D.A.Mcintosh.
Travelling Auditor. 5-52
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A.A. 36
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
Sheet No	
Report of.
Agency
STATEMENT of tickets on hand at Station as at..
.19
and transferred to.
Travelling Auditor
Form or
Destination
Com.
No.
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5BOies,
Mr«B.A.tfclmtoshf
Auditor of A£*&*l«ff,
Qaxi.Pac.Hly.,
Montreal, Que*
Tiination of Telegraph Accounts
Hotel Vancouver Branch Office m August 18,,
Bear £
Gash.
and cash'recr
fakements for cash protection and remittances, are the
same aa ;por reported at time of audit Mmy 7, 1951.
Diyiaion of Traffic.
|Wy 16
ioko
ibstractiBg of sent traffic for period
oias found are enumerated below,*
July 31    16 coll ?;ianipeg listed 'Ki^SO,   instead Hil
29    1? aeatoa nil, .5?
Jasper * 1, ** 1*7S
3,        '.l,(eent
ted
y.bo
July 16-31.
July
,>f seat pa 13 traffic for period
ire emr ,~
reported 446*33, s/oe ssaage
'tted, G.L.tolls     included, in error, also
message .;;;3*06, also error in computiisg total
of charges on messages for dpy.
(over)
Short
#1*5?
1,75
lort
;.total reported
^34*31,  ft/fee $41*939 S messages
.62
Ltted.
Cam.total reported
,  s/be $26*63, 2 messages
3.40
•tted,              .   .tolls $1*35 included in error*
1?    Can.total reported
o35,  a /be        *S2, :         . ;oge
ie.e?
,L.te
>lls i£*53 included in error.
Cobj.total r#porte<
-.48, s/b©        ,  3, 50$ diff.      1*
Cj\J         M&4* . ww VOX     X vj yvi   WuU
.69,  a/be |56.14, G.L.to^             1.
21    Can*total reported
,  »/be         •               usages
1.9£
$34.84.  s/be ft32*26 o
o
g?    Caa.total reported 351.13,  s/be 150.30, O.L*tolls
included in error.
29    Can.total reported #20.24,  s/be $18*74, O.L.tolls
included is error.
»u* total reported $25*47,  s/be $2§*0S, ^rjosxiasAtJKi
Gory,total    * ,15.95,    " ,40f     50% diff.
1 message listed aa oonj.,  s/be im Canadian.
31    Caa.total reported #33.81,    ■ i*o2, 0*L*tolls
included, alao error in rating.
Gonj.total reported |9.76, s/be J8.76,(5Q£ diff*
error in addition
Net short-reported
Over   Short
-•-0.83
*S5
«S6
2.19
,50
July
listed ail,  a/be #3.06
Net short-lieted
13 * 06      mMm^mtmmmm
§3*06    #5.06
It is presumed that l&atever adjustment is  deemed necessary,
will be mde by audit office.
' la regard to differences du® to messages omitted, we find that
they are stoat ly due-bill messages, which were act being removed from due-
bill bundle of business, after wmm  hsfl hmen  processed, as ^aa cash and
charge messages. Clerk, who compiles these figures did not notice this®
omissions thruugh- not reconciling messages with Vancouver Hotel Branch
daily report of traffic handled. Henceforth actual breakdown of figures will
be made on report submitted by the breach office.
\  Other Line tolls aad ff.A.f. traffic, is&ich wee found included
in local figures. This matter wsm  brought to the attention of clerk ia
charge, so that correct figures will be reported ia future.
Tiaie available only permitted a check of business for last half
of month of July* If further check is required, ia vie?# of discrepancies
found in O.r. reporting, you will ao doubt arrange*
Money Transfera.
&• could find ao record of details of boney Transfers,accepted
by 0*f* at this branch,being reported ia traffic breakdown, vhich should
be done,in accordance with AJF&TR file J     34010-f&iS of June      I,
to C -    -at.
. .   Agent has been, instructed to submit a detailed, report of money .
transfer business accepted at this branch on form CD 1027 *
{over} o
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Records of Bonay transfer business at this breach were osly
complete to April 1, Local and oonjoint  laonthly totals to that
dete aa as below.
Local
Conjoint
April 1953
#1.59
#48.33
May
1?.0S
ail
Jxiiis
4.75
.15
July
16.80
35.88
Travelling Auditor,
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FORM 102 &?)
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
■ijL,
FILE OR CLAIM           J                                           010^
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Mr,
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ens*
couve]         el Ex\        Office*
:erday*
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between
til I .
derived
iph
business
e,   it
ailed
§ xa
CI?'.
aeh s cat
e same a a
.Ion i                        rtSj Form CD 22A* vi&|  1
ocal, Postal ^
totals
of the v~
ot^ *
'':€ shal
on form,CD 60
of
fll#i
remission
vie-
3 IK
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sul
port i
transfers
accepted
,!zfl offi«
All  1
ed |          ly
at the ci
o3e of jar the           if  and 1 shall be glad '
r from you
to  the  eJ:
t the above  xnstn,          is area m.         tood
ill be
compl
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, B.C., Auguet 21, 1953.
FORM 102
Auditor of Money Orders,
Can. fac .Express Co.,
Toronto, Ont.
Hotel ffancouver Branch Telegraph Office
Below are details of financial paper found on
hand at check of the aoo-re office August 18.
On hand
Issued not reported
Miss Sof f in
NO's 151/493S96-319 493282-295 $172.g?
FM    539506 ~ 519       nil
Miae McLean
HQ's 151/87456S2-579     nil
H/Tfr MOfs
154/509961-979 nil
Last number reported
493281 August 5
539505 December 1S50
874561 August 12
509960 July 1953
ec ilr.D.A.llcIntosh.
Travelling Auditor. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, B.C., August 21,  1953.
FORM  102A
Mr .D.A.Mcintosh,
Auditor of Agencies,
Montreal, Que.
Hotel Tancouver Telegraph Office
Report No. 1326.	
Below are details of Agents1 Drafts on Treasurer,
found on hand at the above office, which are used in connection
?ri.th telegraph money transfers.
On hand      Issued not yet reported Last number reported
87539 - 540      87536-38 $650.-00       87535 July 1953.
Draft number 87532 which was reported as cancelled
in July, was found on hand. Agent requested to see that same is
forwai'&ed under value.
Travelling Auditor. o o
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FORM 102 Coin
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, B.O., August 22, 1953.
Mr .D.A.Mcintosh,
Auditor of Agencies,
Montreal, Cue.
Vancouver Telegraph
Hotel Vancouver Branch Office
Herewith is my form AA 35 covering joint check of
the above branch office, which wee made on August 18, the Canadian
national Railways being represented by their travelling auditor,
Cash check was n&* at the office, nnd  records
were examined at the main  offices, as to division of traffic.
Enclosed is a joint report of the examination.
Travelling Auditor. 5
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY
Trav^Jg Auditor's Statement of Cash oi(_J>and
A.A. 46
1    ^^^^
Station or Agency,	
 19
Amount
Amount
CHEQUES
Bills         1 x 1
/X2
/
x 5
x 10
/1
'■•'    *
x 20
x 50
x 100
Gold	
Silver        ,  x 5
x 10
x 25
x 50
._„ i
x 100
Coppers	
Miscellaneous	
s
Recap.of cash on hand.
Sheet 1                  1.182. SB
2                     544.89
i
3                       10.05
                        A                  33,48 __
fi
Total         .770.70
j _          ;
i
Total Chenues
•   Wt*l     V/I <V/v|Vfv/0
1 hereby certify that the
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Travelling Auditor.
Agent, Cashier or Clerk.
L_ C.N.R.-2752
9-25     .
Travelling Auditors Statement of.Cash
JioteX Jl     iUVOT  Aug I8th
Station or Agency
Prov. or State
1953
-19
*           c
Bills                       x        1      '
$               C
CHEQUES
-
x        2
x       5
x     IO
x     20
•   .
x     50
x   IOO
•
Gold
Silver                       x        5
x      TO
x     25
*x     SO
Copper
Change $
$ 20.00
Miscellaneous
C.P.M Tsfr
506.70
Cash Siar^ary
■    l.N.
.23
Miss Upton
544.
89
"    Msgs
24.36
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Mas McLean
10.
05
C.N.  "
5.89
14                     „
33
.48
M    Ex. M.O.
33.48
Act$1
<
538,
42
Cash over
,    .06
^oh
-
Due on C.PJi*Tsfr
2.
30
590.72
■ft0p
590.
72
u   t        1
,
Total Cheques
Total
,
i HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS CORRECT
TRAVELLING AUDITOR
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Branch
Miss P.W.Goffin, Vancouver Telegraph
Vancouver Hotel Branch Office
August 18, —— 53      —
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, B.C., August t6, 1352.
Mr.D.a.McIntosh,
Auditor or Agencies,
Montreal, Que.
Vancouver Telegraph
Hotel Vancouver Branch Office
Herewith is uy  form AA 35 covering joint
check of the abcve branch office, which was made on
August U, the Canadian National Railways being represented
bv their Travelling Auditor, Mr.*.'v .Hart.
Cash check was made at the office, and
records were examined al the main offices as to division
of traffic.
Enclosed is a joint report of the examination,
Travelling Auditor. o o
O CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FORM 102 HON
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouverf B.C., august tSf *952.
Auditor of agencies,
Montreal, Que.
HpT £ L   VAm00UV £R   BR A NCH   OFFj C_E
BELOW   ARE   HCTAILS   OF   AGENTS*    DRAFTS   ON
Treasures,  found on hai^d at the above office,  miicn  are
USED   |M   OQXttZCTlQU   WITH   TEwEQRAPH   MONEY   TRANSFERS.
On hand t ssued not reported      Last n^4ser reported
77720  only nil 77719 Julv/52
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
1ANC8UVER,  IB AUGUST  11,   1952
FORM 102 CON
AUDITOR OF MONEY ©RDERS
CAN PAC EXPRESS CO
VANCDUVER TELEGRAPH
HOTEL VANCOUVER 6RANQH .fFFICE
BELOW ARE DETAILS OF FINANCIAL PAPER
FOUND ON HAND AT THE ABOVE OFFICF, WHICH IS USED IN
CONNECTION WITH TELEGRAPH MONEY TRANSFERS.
m  HANP     ISSUED NOT, 5EP0R.TEP, LAST Nf>. REPORTED
146/132343-359        132342 AUG 5 $25.00  132341 JULY
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TRAVELLING AUDIT5R. 'JttOfttiMi ©f
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found to good «lwpc<
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ported Jta&y X6 * 9X*
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m mm** rte Hoirtnx itadto, uoto* o««4*&»«t#«4 .as
Met Ows&tetod
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ilttotaotto Jul,/ 10, overstated 1.43 1.49
aisteoso AAjr 20• ii»d«?r»tated .73 .7%
Hot ftfos&tetod ...,,41, ..,..,
trriffic
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oo natittatiod aoor« aro to too oo^uoted on
for mn%h of Angt»t.
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mo tot) oaapuiteo to thoir roopooiteis AydAt offiooo*
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2-52                                     Travel!    ) Auditor's Statement of Cash onrjnd
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Amount
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9-25
Tra^ellirg Auditors Statement of Cash
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FORM 102 C,in
FILE OR CLAIM
■ver, B.C*,  AJ IB,  1952 •
, ■ .Mcintosh#
itor o     -ies,
I
coinrer Telegi
North Vancouver Branch C
Below ere details of Agents1 Drafts on Treasurer,
found on      t  check o . p  , which &re
us* ta telegraph
On hand Issued sot     ed La
nil I  July
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, B.C., August 16, 1952.
FORM 102 (A>N,
Huditer of Money Orders,
Qto gpress Co.,
ro&to, unt.
Vancouver Telegraph
Morth Vancouver Branch Offloe
Below mrm  details of financial pau-er found on hand
at the above office, at cheek of accounts August 12, ishiofc is used
in connection with tele^r&pn money transfers.
On hand Issued not reported   Last number reported
146/132258-279     132E57 .120.00 Aug.4    132^56 July 1968.
cc Mr. D. A.Mclntosh,
travelling Auditor. o o
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FORM 102 C,in
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, B.C., August 16, 195S«
Mr.D.A.Mcintosh,
Auditor of Agencies,
Montreal, Aue*
Vancouver Telegraph - North
Vancouver Branch Office.
Herewith is my form AA 3b covering joint check
of the above branch office, which was made on August 12, the
Canadian National Telegraphs being represented by their Travelling
Auditor, Mr.W.M.Hart.
Cash check was made at the office, and records
were examined at the main office as to division of traffic.
Enclosed is a joint report of the examination.
Travelling Auditor. o
TKBMlnatxon  of Y^i^graph Accounts
Worth Vancouver Branch Office - August 12,1953*
llr*Ii9McO amnion,
Auditor  t-f Agencies,
Oaiulat.Klys*,
Montreal,   <r.,,ue*
Mr ♦ # • A. lie Into all,
Auditor of Agunaios,
Oan«Pao.Kly*,
Montreal, s,ue»
Bear Sire,
This  shortage
of   li -.Alexander,
and tr?#S8 in funce of Msi A.B.ffraDer,
^ras^r claimed amount short  in her funds
Cash*.
Gmmh  was found to bs |7*74 short*
was made up as follows, #0.36 short
ooelief Branch Agent,
Branch Ag&nt* <kis&
wae a    ) of several reaent errors; in rating which she had
taken to account * hut had not yet paid Berne  in, also that tha
shortage included bus fares which she had handed messenger in
connection with the delivery of telegrams, for which she had
not submitted disbursement slip* An aha had no proper record
of the errors in rating or bus fares expenu^d,  we had her pay
in the .amount of fo?«5:.%  It might alao m  added that Mies Fraewf
met with en accident on August 10, tfio  daya previous to our visit,
and had fractured her right wrist , and that she had only come to
the office on day of our visit to transfer accounts and iaonty to
the relief branch agent, and aha wuh  not in anj fit condition,
phiteieally or mentally, to properly diaou.se her shortage at that
tiMo*
jjivisiop o.r 7raff..iv»
Checked O.N# abstracting of competitive, traffic for
period July 18 - 51*
Discrepancies found were as follows;
Local
Short Over
July 32,^listed l.SS local,instead .84 eonj*    1.55
i s
9 Oaklar
64JL  Ocean raUs, July 22,Hated *68,' incteaa cf .81
14 Sandugo,Alta, July 25, listed 1.00 eonj.,instead
of 1,48 local
11 Kamioops,July 29, listed 1.06.instead of #64
12,21 ifewson Creek,July 18,listed 2*10, instead of 1.10
10 do      July 22,listed local, also HAH
10    do      July 31,    do      do
H«t overlieted
1.-48
4.16
^Mrfjjrf
l.BO
1.40
1.40 o
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Con.lQint
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f 0®m«a€ OsO.. Jttly St, listed l.bfe **eia.iaat**wi .84
e«Bj.i»l   .84
X4 ISs«pid©,Mta.J*ily SB, lioted !.«» conjoint, instead
of 1.48 loo©* l.*S
43J** vi«jiiia,Gia. July 29, ii«t«d i.€2, ia«to»4 or **•• «if
not .vox-list©*        ,..60   ,--«_.
1.44 oi
CJhaeJcud u.i.abatreating of ©o«p«titivs traffic f@r period
July 16 * 31.
«*ST^ SI?
:iii*ffl*®pi*iieie8 found «#*# as follow;
ISooll.  -.««JUa.o)mygvJ^ly 32,2i»t«d 8,87 ««■»• teats**
SS Amstr©iig,.aa, July ll, listed 1.83 ©o*j>., inn toad oasol. l,S2
JUmuUl ©©up-       I ,* Jaly 28, wadorstatod 1.00
15 is\ i l£*t«* a.00 conj, inetoad 1.40 looal
1.4©
10 Kit4»«M-,.-.:tOy 84, lists* 1«4§ e©»4,instead .46 local .43
4   CO j4y 34, listod    ,711 e©»J,ia©t©ad .4§ Iwul        .46
86 «oXl."ikLlM»elNurg,JULy 84,lists* 5.90 comp. iastsad exol.
■?i#ffiftA ©v©#atst©* July 84
10 attest July 86, 2i»t«d 1.46 «onJ»inetfc*tl «4S local .46
<mOk do July 28, listed 1.46 S»*J,tests** .46 loosl .48
1© ©oil  mmm C)fs*)c,;*ly29»lists* 3.72 ©oiltf. instead
of .91 local 1.62
10 0«;i2.<<fs21a«»lH**g,Jaly S0,lisnd 1.S6 mm$>,Instead sscsl, 1.66
31 .>;itn©12, -ash. July 16, lists* .4b loosl, insioad .46 ©«nj.        .40
16 Innala©, July 16, listed .63 lositl, instead «ni. .63
ast ©vor-lietod 9.M.4A
lX^|f
.90
.76
Can.1 oint
j3hsart
IS **vi© «am J*Oy 21, lists* a.00 ©oitj, lasts©* 1.4© l©o©2 sToo
20 iatteai,Jtily 34, Usts* 1.45 eo»4,  instead .46 2©®»X 1.46
4    Clinton, July 34, listed    .76 ©on}, instead .46 loo©! .76
10 OttiKUit.July 96, listed 1.46,©enf{- instead .45 loaal 1.46
49KL   d©      July 98, 14©tod 1.4£,s©*3,               a .46 local 1,46
11 ^thtli, RUiuJuly 16, liete* ,4£ leoslttofenad .45 00114.46
net ©v-.r-iipt.. d        .,,.*■ SS    	 *    3    »
IS Oanoa®q«©,«nt. July 16, listed l.®8 conjoint.
Xt is ©oar oonteatioa that this message sa®uM have ©sen
lists* as loaal, with looal division of tolls only.
As Can.I^e.oook&eeplng departswat advised that division
©f tolls ©n traffio with MAT off less mm wnlenown t© thorn, no
©djoiiteeat ©as aade In this ©ase.    '•■©«!* you thsrsfsre, ©lease
sdvise re C.P.traffic t© HAT noints, ©a uhat oasis tolls ©«©«!©
as split.
•\djast_umt ©f other dlsoxepsnolos Mentioned above, will
be adjusted ©a traffic resonsillation s tat ©stoat fox month af
Aogasi 1968,
Kesen©illation of division of txaffia statement fox month
of July, reads ©a followsj-
0»T 09   -
•'iff.  0/fe»J3*«.al, 1962 $    3.61
0©           ive figures to July 61,1962     1687.96 02671.73
,iiff. as at July 31, 186 f?  §& "
v.~%^*m-jF~%..Jm. f-     ^m\ HP-   ■■ '7m   .
this should read a® under,-
Diffeaenoe  asasufcer 31,1962, w&elanss favor Jim 62.01
CNT CP
CusMlatlY. figures t© July 61,2958    $2687,98 02072,76
.Jiff,Ju2y62^8, uabal©n©« favor C? 63.80
.'4|ggu-->v/.„b<i«»|^H t4q**m*g»*«{*'mmj^&*t.M
let «na«2iias© favor OJP   §88.79
the rease eetaesn uabalaase figure m sasas on July
statsneat ©ad that whioa it should read, Is duo t© errors ia.
esa ,g statement for aonta of January 2968.
Itebalamae as at April 3£, 2962 ©as Hil, ©ad cumilntiffo
figures for months May to Jeasabsr 1961 are as folios©, uiff 01608.66,
OF : 1.41.68* making v mm favor GMT ©f o61.Hl.    COT euraalative
figure shown ©a Dsastibsx r'.oonsiliatioa t % is £16.08.86,
should a© .66, aeeount error la addition of August figares
t© suau2at2v© tots! Hoy to July.
0©rr«eted reoonolllstion Biaioment for month of Jaly to
IS ©resax**. (if   iWmmfflkWm^m^^A   OIlKSllISfiCHft
Wiitl MUBh uMiAllim intH nn tth&akln_? t^nd oiiHttl#4l3iit th* «j Xoulatitm*?
jpp^ifWSPRP ^w ,    -^^^s^s^imr^.9|6.     'Usjfp'ww mWfWWMp ■'*wr«*   -.£" Ho- ■*,-.»       ^SJMpsJt'^y^ISyJSWa^lWWS'llWBp-      'IpllNPW'PfU-       ^1^-VKF.Pwynp^lF^P'  TSpfSiPfiP^iS^Ep '■in."m^iR™"       ■ ^|PF^a^BRs-eSSr■ mntm}*mmfc*mr'fippapr";^4M1 .W
of ©emaiaoiojt© earned, it unit found that the guuraatea* ©mount
m#                  0174.68          01*4.66 # 9,8*
June                        .07           264,68 7.61
July                  290,86          .264,66 |$g»ff
fatal for n*4u«tm««t f4a*W
"Ssia muttox has been brought to th© attention ©f
©goat© _ uauoxtiiiigly, to enable then to make the faquir** additional
Auditor, TrmveHiag Auditor. o
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-Vancouver, B.C., August 16,1952,
Mr.H.Jones,
Manager,
Can.Nat.Telegraphs,
Vancouver, B.C.
On checking your records of sent paid and
collect traffic from North Vancouver Branch Office
to competitive points, July 16 to 31 inclusive, errors
were detected as follows,- Local
9 Oakland Cal July 22, listed 1.55 local,instead .6* ^herF' 3m
o conjoint 1.55
5kQL  Ocean Falls July 22,listed .68.instead .81      .13
Ik  Sangudo,Alta, July 25, listed 1.08 con j, instead
1.4-3 local l.i+8
11 Kami oops, July 29, listed 1,06, instead of .61* .42
21DL Dawson Creek,July 18,listed 2.10,instead 1.10 1.00
10 do July 22,listed local, also NAR 1.40
10     do     July 31,    do       do 1.1*0
Net over-listed      lt.l6
1771    JM
Conjoint
Short      Over
9 Oakland, Cal. July 22, lis ted 1.55 local, instead. 8^-
con j. . 84-
14- Sangudo,Alta. July 25,listed l.QSqpconj.,instead
of 1.48 local 1.08
k3DL Visails,Cal.  July 29, listed 1.62,instead 1.26 .36
Net over-list 3d .60      __^
To adjust,  please deduct from jour local figures
for the month of August,  the over-listed amount of $4.16,
ana from your conjoint total,   the amount of ij£0.60.
travelling Audi t or,C.N.R.        Travelling iudi tor,C.p.R. o
o
Vancouver, B.C., August 16, 1952.
Mr.J.J.Hlekey,
General Agent,
Can.Pac.Communications,
Vancouver, B.C.
On checking your records of sent paid
and sent collect traffic from North Vancouver ia Branch
Office, to competitive points, July 16 to 31 inclusive,
errors were detected as follows,-
19 coil,Wallaceburg,July 31, listed 2.27 comp,instead excl.
28 Armstrong,B.C.July 19, listed 1.32 comp, instead excl.
Local competitive July 22, understated
15 Levis July 21, listed 2.00 conj.,instead 1.40 local
10 KitimatsJuly 24-, listed 1.1*5 conj.,instead Xxl .1*5 local
k      Clinton,July 24-, listed .75  conj, instead .45 local
26 coll.Wallaceburg,July 24-, listed 2.90 comp, instead excl.
Local overstated July 24-,
10 Kitimat,July 26, listed 1.1+5 conj, instead .4-5 local
1+9NL do  July 28, listed 1.45 conj, instead .45 local
15 coll.Dawson Creek,July 29, listed 2.72 comp,instead of .91
10 coll.Wallaceburg, July 30, listed 1.55 comp, instead excl.
11 Bothell Wash. July 16, listed .45,local, instead .1*5 conj.
16 Nanaimo,July 16, listed .63 local, instead excl.
Net over-listed
Local
Short
1.00
1.1*0
.1*5
'6
M
.45
.45
2A2.
Over
2.27
1.32
2.90
.76
1.31
1.55
M
.63
15 Levis July 21, listed 2.00 conj,instead 1.40 local
10 K.itimat,July 24-, lists* 1.1*5 conj, instead .1*5 local
4- Clinton, July 24-, listed ,7'j  conj, instead .1+5 local
10 Kltiiaat, July 26, listed 1.1*5 conj,instead .1*5 local
1+9NL do   July 28, listed 1.1*5 conj,instead .4j> local
11 Bothell Wash. July 16, listed .1+5 local, instead conj.
Wet over-listed
iiTo9 1O9
Conjoint
Short    yver
2.00
1.45
.p
1.45
1.1+5
2_I0   ZOO
To adjust, please deduct from your local total
for the month of August the amount over-listed $7.*+9» and
from your conjoint total $6.65.
Travelling Auditor,C.N.R.
Travelling Auditor©CeP*R© o.
r\ Vancouver B*C. August 0|& 1952
Mr H Jones,
Manager Can. Mat* TeL,
fancouver B.C.
On checking your record of unbalance on sent Wmtt paid and collect
competitive traffic from the North Vancouver jointly operated office, as
at July 31at 1952, descrepancy was noted as follows.-
Eeconeiliation af division of traffic ftatwmtt for month of $uly,
reads as followss~
GMT GP
Mff 0/S Dec 31 1951                 I  3.6l
Cunwlative figures to July 31* 1952       1587.93 $1671.73
Diff. as at July 31 1952 80,19      '■ m
1671.73 1671.73
tals should read as under,-
Difference Deeeubtr 31, 1951, unbalance favor Gift        $ 6l#01
CUT CP
Cuisulative figures to July 31, 1952      $1587.93     $1671.73
Diff. July 31/52 unbalance favor GP .ffi,8Q
lSn?73      1^71-73
Met unbalance favor 0? $22.79
The difference between unbalance figure as saotm on  July
statement and that which it should read, is due to errors in
compiling statement for month of January 1952.
The unbalance as at April 3ffi 1951 was Nil, and  cumulative
figures tor months May to December 1951 am as follows, GMT $1602.33,
Z? $1541.32, making unbalance favor C17£  of $61.01.  GMT cumulative
figure sfaotm on December reconciliation statement is $loG2.83*
should be $16,2.33, account error in addition of August figures
to cumulative total Hay to July.
Will you kihdly issue corrected statement for the month of
July 1952 accordingly.
Travelling Auditor. Travelling Auditor.
Copy to- Mr J. J, Mickey,
General Agent,
Can. Pac. Coiroaniaations, o
o
Vancouver , B»C#.
August 16, i952.
Mr.H.Jones,
Manager,
CanoNateTelegraphs,
Vancouver, B.C.
MroJeJeHickey,
General Agent,
Can. Pac • CQiaiaunications,
Vancouver, B.Co
I^iorth Vancouver Branch Agency
At examination of accounts at the above office,
it was noted that Branch Agent, Miss A.B.Fraser, who is
paid on a commission basis, with a guaranteed minimum, was
only paid the minimum guaranteed amount during months of
May, June and July 1952, while earned commissions were
actually in excess of this minimum figure, as per aetails
shown below,-
KUii
SlttLf!
MOD
Total      Paid
Short
May
cm
$81.31
$ 2.82
$  .95
May
CP
#7^.3$
#23.78
l>1.35
#17l+.52 10.6^.56
$ 9.96
June
CMT
87.27
1.68
1.55
June
CP
69.17
11.60
.80
$172.07 $l6*+.56
$ 7.56
July
cm
93.30
1.9*+
2.06
July
CP
81.13
II.63
.79
$190.85 $164.56
$26.29
Kindly arrange to make the necessary adjustment.
Travelling Auditor.
Travelling Auditor. Travelling Auditors Statement of Cash
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I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS CORRECT
Travelling Auditor
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Mr* D. A* Mcintosh,
Auditor of Jlgenoiee, ^~\
Hotel Vancouver Joint Branch telegraph, Office
Your v*rire 1-3-7, May 4th.
tudit of the above office was made.May 7th,
the Canadian national telegraphs being represented by their
travelling Auditor, Mr* W« M<   -t*
E was liiade at the office ana records
were examined at to division of traffic♦
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Travelling Auditor.                                                      Agent, Cashier or Clerk.
1                                                                                                                                                                                                                1 C.N.R.-2752
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TRAVELI "^G AUDITORS  STATEMENT OF CASH
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TOTAL CHEQUES
Total
I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS CORRECT
TRAVELLING AUDITOR
Printed in Canada
CASHIE.R CANADHN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY
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Hotel VancQfer bran ok office - May 7tL J1951
O
Mr L.McGammon,
3^ditor of Agencies,
an*   Fat.   Rys,
ontreal  Q^ae.
LxAoXA *
Gash
Cash and  cash records  were  found   in  good   shape.
Good  cash drawer  is provided  for each employee*  -
Large     locked  compartment   in hotel   safe   is  provided  for
joint  use  of  CJ.   and  C.P»   operators.       Each  operator has
small  locked  cash box to  f^ contain   cash,   express money  orders,
drafts  etc   for  safe keeping  in   the  jointly held compartment.
C.P.   operator also   provided with  small   locked   compartment  for
express money   order  cash and   it   is  understood   that  she keeps
all  of her cash   in  the   smaller  one,   using the larger&x one   for
safe keeping of C.N.   papers  only.
O.N. cash   is  remitted  by  telegraph  collector each mourning.
G*P«   cash   is  remitted through bank.
Divisfcon   of  Traffic.
We  understand  that  according to  agreement,   all  sent  paid
traffics   is  to  be divided   on  equal  basis  between   C N.   and  CP.
after payout  to  other companies.
checked  G.N.  abstracting  of  competitive   traffic handled
from April  15th  to end  of month.        It was noted  that  on messages
to N.A.R.,   Og"NtR*#   and Newfoundland points,   full  through  tolls
werebeing taken up,   which would appear   in  order.
G.N.   traffic   figures   for month  of April,   as  reported  by
R.A.C.  and  checked  by  us were as  follows-
Sent paid  Can. §515.6 2
11 *    U.S. 198.12
Sent  <
sables  I\R
.  291 wds
,   tolls
$53.61
«
ii
LT
1354     ■
it
116.55
■
*!
GLT
71      ■
ti
5.33
on which G
• N.   earn in
gs would t
>e  aa follows :-
Can.
#515,
,62
100^
xkxxx
$515.6 2
u .s.
198
► 12
46$
91.14
Gable
F.R.
291
wd s    a t  4
Ct3
11.64
ii
$LT  1354
rt          "   2
27.08
n
GLT
71
■          "   2
Total
1.42
646.90
Checked  S.l
?.   abstracting
of competitive  traffics handled
during the
same
peri
od.
It was    noted  t
hat  on   twc
taessages  to   St  Louis Mo.   Ap:
c   24 th
tolls amounting
to  |
2.24 were
reported
I  as  Canadian
instead
of US.
Correct!on
made,
► BlHUJ
f On LT and   GLT  caole messages  of  less  that mrnimum wordage,
«fc actual  wordage was being abstracted   instead  of  raising to  the
minimum.        Correction made.
month  of  April -
l
were  as
traffic
follows :-
Sent  paid
figures
:or
checked  by us
on which
a
w
r»   p
Gan.
U. S.
Cable  f.H.
■       LT
f
wds  -
ti
Tolls
*i
I
earnings
Can     $
U.S.
Gable IVR.
11 LT
11 GLT
would
100$
50$
wds  at
rt       rt
be
as  follows t-
cts
a
f
4
2
»     2     ■ |	
To tal .
Amount  of unbalance  in favor of C.P."therefor $ and   it   is
assumed that  50$ of this amount will,   in  due  course,he  credited
by  C.P.   to  C.jN.   to Adjust,   in  Aijd it  Office  settlement.
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3-46 Printed In Canada
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILW'V COMPANY
fit?-77 a-3$!L
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Form 22
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| classes of Service |
1    fell tot*
|    Day Utttr
Night M«es«f~
|    Nlflkt Utt«r
1    PLACE X OPPOSITE    I
1      SERVICE DESIRED
ACCOUNTING REFERENCE
CHECK
W.    D.    NEIL.GENERAL   MANAGER.   MONTREAL
TIME mi©
Send the following message, subject to the terms on back hereof, which are hereby agreed to. G. H. FBSGUD, Awdstaat General Manager, Montreal, Que. /""X
L. B. HAMSON, General Superintendent, Montreal, Que, P. G. McLEAN, General Superintendent, Winnipeg, Man.
L. W. NEALE, Superintendent, Sudbury, Out. R. V. TOMBE, Superintendent, Vancouver, B.C. ^-^
L. A. RAYMOND, Superintendent, Toronto, Ont.   , T. H. HOLMES, Superintendent, Calgary, Alta.
W. S. EMERY, Superintendent, Montreal, Que. A. E. EMERY, Superintendent, Moose Jaw, Sask.
D. LESLIE, Superintendent, Saint John, N.B. E. ELSEY, Superintendent/Winnipeg, Man.
" TERMS AND CONDITIONS UPON WHICH TELEGRAPH AND CABLE MESSAGES SHALL BE TRANSMITTED
ARE PRESCRIBED BY ORDER No. 49274 DATED DECEMBER 5th, 1932, OF THE BOARD OF TRANSPORT
COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA, AND PUBLISHED IN THE CANADA GAZETTE.
R Si agreed between the sender of the message, on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company shall not be liable for damages arising from
failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or
otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher or obscure messages, or for errors from illegible writing, beyond the
•mount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate, and in that case the Company shall
be liable for damages, suffered by the sender .to an extent not exceeding $200, due to the negligence of the Company in the transmission or delivery of the telegram*
Correctness in the transmission and delivery of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk; and payment of premium
thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz.: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and two pea
•cut. for any greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not be responsible for messages
Until the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices ; if a message is sent to such office by one of the Company's messengers he acts for
that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone the person receiving the message acts therein as agent of the sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender. This Company shall not be liable in any case for damages, unless the same be claimed, in writing, within sixty days after, receipt of the
telegram for transmission.
No employee of the Company shall vary the foregoing.
CLASSES OF SERVICE
PULL RATS TELEGRAM
A full-rate expedited serviced
NIGHT TELEGRAM
Accepted up to 2 a.m. at reduced fates, to be sent during the night and
delivered on the morning of the next day after their date at places where the
Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on the morning of the next
ensuing business day at places where the Company's offices are not open on
Sundays.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard telegram rates
•S follows: One and one-half times the ten-word day telegram rate for the
transmission of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of the initial rate for such
60 words for each additional 10 words or less.
Day letters may be forwarded by the Company as a deferred service,
and the transmission and delivery of such Day Letters are, in all respects,
subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate telegrams.
Day Letters may be delivered by the Company by telephoning the same
to the maddressees and such deliveries shall be a complete discharge of the
obligation of the Company to deliver
Day Letters are received subject to the express understanding and
agreement that the Company does not undertake that a Day Letter shall be
delivered on the day of its date absolutely and at all events; but that the
Company's obligation in this respect is subject to the condition that there
Shall remain sufficient time for the transmission and delivery of such Day
Letter on the day of its date during regular office hours, subject to tjie
priority of the transmission of full-rate telegrams under the conditions
named above*
NIGHT LETTERS
Accepted up to 2 a.m. for delivery on the morning of the next day after
their date at places where the Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on
the morning of the next ensuing business day at places where the Company's
offices are not open on Sundays, at rates still lower than its standard night
telegram rates as follows: The standard day rate for 10 words for the
transmission of 50 words or less and one-fifth of the initial rate for such
50 words for .each additional 10 words or less.
Night Letters may, at the option of the Company, fee mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall be deemed to have discharged
its obligation in such cases with respect to delivery by mailing such Night-
Letters at destination, postage prepaid®
<S> I
IANPACJ
LEGRAPH
V)(pdd Wxj&q, CcrmwMACPrtLcAnA
W.   D.  NEIL
1  classes op Service  j
1    Full Rate
Day Letter
1     Night Message
1    Night Letter
I    PLACE X OPPOSITE    j
SERVICE DESIRED
ACCOUNTING REFERENCE
CHECK
TIME FILED
Send the following message, subject to the terms on back hereof, which are hereby agreed to.
jjuu^yi
fonder9* address or telephone number for reference). ti. PESCTJD, Assistant General Manager, Montreal, QueN—^
L. E. HAMSON,  General Superintendent, Montreal,  Que. P. G. MeLEAN, General Superintendent, Winnipeg, Man.
L.  W. NEALE, Superintendent, Sudbury, Ont. R. V. TOMBE,  Superintendent, Vancouver,  B.C.
L. A. RAYMOND, Superintendent, Toronto, Ont. T. H. HOLMES, Superintendent, Calgary, Alta.
W. S. EMERY, Superintendent, Montreal, Que. A. E. EMERY, Superintendent, Moose Jaw, Sask.
D. LESLIE, Superintendent, Saint John, N.B. E. ELSEY, Superintendent, Winnipeg, Man.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS UPON WHICH TELEGRAPH AND CABLE MESSAGES SHALL BE TRANSMITTED
ARE PRESCRIBED BY ORDER No. 49274 DATED DECEMBER 5th, 1932, OF THE BOARD OF TRANSPORT
COMMISSIONERS  FOR CANADA,  AND  PUBLISHED  IN THE CANADA GAZETTE.
It Is agreed between the sender of the message, on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company shall not he liable for damages arising from
failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepealed telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or
otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher .or obscure messages, or for errors from illegible writing, beyond the
amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate,jind in that case the Company shall
be liable for damages, suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200, due to the negligence of the Company in the transmission or delivery of the telegram.
Correctness in the transmission and delivery of messages can he insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium
thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz.: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and two per,
cent, for any greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other^Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not be responsible for messages
until the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices ; if a message is sent to such office by one of the Company's messengers he acts for
that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone the person receiving the message acts therein as agent of the sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender. This Company shall not be liable in any case for damages, unless the same be claimed, in writing, within sixty days after, receipt of the
telegram for transmission.
No employee of the Company shall vary the foregoing.
CLASSES OF SERVICE
FULL  RATE  TELEGRAM
A full-rate expedited service. '■
NIGHT  TELEGRAM
Accepted up to 2 a.m. at reduced rates, to he sent during the night and
delivered on the morning of the nextjtfay after their date at places where the
Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on the morning of the next
ensuing business day at places where the Company's offices are not open on
Sundays.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than-the standard telegram rates
as follows: One and one-half times the ten-word day telegram rate for the
transmission of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of the initial rate for such
50 words for each additional 10 words or less.
Day letters^ may be forwarded by the Company as a deferred service,
and the transmission and delivery of such Day Letters are, in all respects,
subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate telegrams..
Day Letters may he delivered by the Company by telephoning the same
to the addressees and such deliveries shall be & complete discharge of the
obligation of the Company to deliver.
Day Letters are received subject to the express understanding and
agreement that the Company does not undertake that a X>ay Letter shall be
delivered on the day of its date absolutely and at all events; but that the '
Company's obligation in this respect is subject to the condition that there
Shall remain sufficient time for the transmission and delivery of such Day .
Letter on the day of its date during regular office- hours, subject to the
priority of the transmission of full-rate telegrams under the conditions
named above.
NIGHT LETTERS
Accepted up to 2 a.m. for delivery on the morning of the next day after
their date at places where the Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on
the morning of the next ensuing business day at places where the Company's
offices are not open on Sundays, at rates still lower than its' standard night
telegram rates as follows: The standard day rate for 10 words for the
transmission of 50 words or less and one-fifth of the initial rate for such
50 words for each additional 10 words or less.
Night Letters may, at the option of the Company, be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall be deemed to have discharged
its obligation in such cases with respect to delivery by mailing such Night-
Letters at destination, postage prepaid* ,.-
QoO   8-49
wmNADIAN pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
*      Sheet No.                                        Reoort of	
A.A. 36
STATEMENT of tickets on hand at	
and transferred to            	
Agency
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 ...19   	
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HERE
Received the above mentioned tickets.
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NADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
Sheet No
STATEMENT of tickets on hand ar^^ as at..
and transferred to..
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Received the above mentioned tickets.
 In
coming  Agent.
	 ¥aae<myer» , Majp 18th, 1951,
mw*mW &> '■■, '■■■i'A. $
nios3a#
■   Korth . feji00UTar Joint iu»unh
¥omr wire l~*»7, Maj? 4ti.»
In accordance witr* your
of HM above of fie i mdc 1«  1
being represented b$ Mr» &• ...» Hart*   •
te oheon
offices of
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iat Ink
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digraphs
ted at main o
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Joint  1        -   tation  of  t
I gz   bXi nch  of
ic counts
Mr* !*• MeCamoa
Auditor  of Ag<
Can#  Kit •   -•'..-■•
Montreal,   • u«.
Mr.   D.   ' •     c In tosh
Uontn
De;
.rs :
Caen    .
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handled ae  cash but not , .       r m
If    to
in next
L'mall safe provided for protection of e&siu
Telegraph money ordero not handled.
iey orders not handled.
ill
mitted through b
stencil fur
bank d   it rec
Pivision of Traffic
by cr. for Meaeagei
. of bill, with suppo
of collections.  G»P. c
er     eheqaee to Sain of
by
ic is te
to ethos eottpaai
I;" th.    to   c
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fio
pril
. l?tii.  - 17/ i to Montreal
?Oth.   - 10  net to i3d*aundston II. 13.   *
As  the   one   off
OH
,   tol
instructioris   c
tha
to  transfer
no a.o ti on  is  h
let the  other,  no adjustment
to   e m
re
nt ik
, on,
.01
• 1
titive ,
o i
;ern  Xnl
1.45
18    C
;ith
?ents
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t tolls  on vent eoU o
m   2   -
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ere not  he in
understanding.    I
--■th  of Jk
were abstractc
to transfer point
th   in
rsti^ation revcvl
naok to txbtb  of 1«"
I
lu&iv
:10th.   to -ue v ib ,  l£ue .
., c;      ,&» i i w     V JL.
Acco     to > Miu mcillation
enclosed.
Adjustments rt    d for month of April are;
|   tO  l!i!;>
Ltted
tioa
■ent  ould
tolls $00
50£
.
i ,) tolls
ceerdanee
#   '
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ount of
1 copy
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7k
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stated fro
y  *       .
tee Total
mat to  uo m er nonthff  tJ
.St.,   1950  would  be   -
•   .-it v^i.ea
i i . 91  •
19
.51
.77
1
.40
21
.68
.91
20
.77
l«jp-
. <
X -  2jaf rate  on jl*T mi ■  effective   July lst«i   1950.
Ml   circumstances  and   to avoid lotra   of  I
neoeeeary to  coi tion  of  required adjusts      l,   M    I
unbalance, ril 30th.   be  clei      i    off  I re of •
Tri- v e 111 ng A u d i t o r ,
c^A/^ ^T7^^
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ll tor • a
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Vancouver,    l.C.
M*j  5ih.,  1951
-
1951.
1 Os
IW JLi .        1 . *w .
No. of
Ls.  Tolls
10* Coam
115
133.66
13.37
32
.27
2.23
34
. 92
4.49
189
330.84
23.09
78
53. <a
5.37
22
07.67
2.77
bl ♦ Oft**
SUNT
147 Iff
?     *       598
1.47
2.99
M
2.89
0.73
10.08
OPR _
17.84 a.Op. vi
i     1.G.
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il 1951
:;-„:,'.,iAiiY 0?-'
,003
No.
99
17
63
2
9
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m
2
ffeeetpts
Sent Paid j-ocal T.L.
Sent  i;aid inclusive  OB
Sent  Paid Conjoint T.L.
at Paid Mex*  T.L.
Recfd  Cdlect -bocal T.L,
r%e c * d C i>lle-ct Lxc.  C .   •
Hec'd CeXXect  Qonj*  T..u,
q\d CoU oxican
Tolls
.10
69.76
.60
10.24
0.61
0.42
u
, o.
161     iiec'd
30
1
5
We'd
toc'cl
Checks
1 • ju *
T.L.
1    Sent   Coll  Conjoint
Nil     B.at  Coll
Tolls
'229.67
32. 97
108.47
.40
8.42
3.00
1.44
il
Np..;.-/^^..     J f-Q-«
Tolls
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xl
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,1
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1
2.25
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*  North Vancouver branch office,   - May__8_th_1951_
Mr L McGammon, /% /J^^L  P^^J^^^^
ZAP°jylTnciS3- '•""       a^&&    &%"•*"
Cash.
C.IT.cash  short   $2.65.        Operator  claimed  due  to  personal
messages handled  as  cash but  not yet  paid.       Promised   include
in next  remittance.
Small   safe  provided   for  protection   of     cash.
Telegraph money  orders not handled.
Express money orders not handled.
Agent  billed  weekly by  G.H.   for messages handled  and   cash
remitted   through  bank  on     receipt  of bill,   nitfe  supporting
statement  on   stencil  form giving breakdown  of  collections.
£W*2^ ^c^^f  aX^^^J At    ^
Division  of Traffic.
We  understand" that  according to  agreement   ,   all   sent
competitive  traffic   is  to be divided  on   equal  basis between
G.N.   and  C»P.   after payout  to  fcther  companies.
Checked  G.N.  abstracting of  competitive  traffics: handled
April  15th  to  end  of month.       Descrepancies were as follows*!
Aor  17th  m  17/12 HL to Montreal  rated   #2.01  instead   fl;45
rl       20th  -  10 pd     to JSdmundaton N.B.*       .90 * 1.45
As  the  one  offset   the  other,   no  adjustment made.
On messages  to  exclusive   G.-N.T.   points   in Eastern   Interchange
territory,   tolls were  being abstracted as  competitive,   in
accordance with   instructions  contained   in  par.    (3?)  page  108
of 1947   tariff bfcok,   which   stipulates fchat  such messages  received
by opposing  company  shall  be  carried   to  transfer point nearest
destination.       As  contention  appears   in   order,   no action   is  being
taken.
On LT cable messages  G 1T.T.   proportion has  been   calculated
at  1   1/3  cts per wd   instead of 2  cts.        Correct  rate will be
used   in   future.
Checked   C.P.  abstracting of competitive   traffic handled ±&
during same   period.
It was noted   that  tolls  on   sent  collect messages   (Competitive)
were not  being  included  and   investigation   revealed  omission  due
to misunderstanding.        Search of files disclosed  13  Canadian
messages  omitted   in month  <^/April,   on which tolls amounted  to
$19.51.        This  condidion h^fprevailed back ^Jiti^mfe of  last  audit
and  adjustment  would appear   in  order.
Two messages  to Moosejaw  and   Summerland  -  tolls  90  cts  and
50 cts were abstracted  as  exclusive  C P O O    i
QOn message  Apr  20th to  Levis   Que.   (Exclusive  Q N .T.)   tolls   to
ansfer point at Montreal were booked  as  competitive,   in  accordance
with   instructions   in  par   (?)  page  108  of  1947   tariff book.
According to Managers1   reconciliation   statements,   amount   of
unbalance at  April  30th  1951,  was  $218.96   in   favor  of  G.S.T..        See
copy enclosed.
Adjustments  required   for month of April  are-
C.P.   collect messages  omitted fl9.51
*      messages  to Moosejaw   and  Summerland  omitted 1.40
Total 20.95
C.N.   understated  on  LT  cable messages .91
Net  difference 20.04
Assuming  this amount   to be  an  average  per month,   the  understated
frina April 1st  1950 would be-
C.P.   understated  13 months  at   $20.95 #27 2.35
X    C.N. « 10        w ■ .91 9.10
Net  difference 263.25
X    2 ct rate  on LT messages effective   July  1st 1950
Under  the  circumstances  and  to  avoid  loss  of  time   and  labor
necessary  to  compilation   ,f  required  adjustment/^** is   suggested
that unbalance  as at April  30th be  cleared   off  in  lieu thereof. /
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Vancouver telegraph.
Division of traffic at branch offices. Hotel Vancouver and
North Vancouver, joint with G.1I.R.
Business checked in detail for period Feb. 1st* to 14th.
Ho exceptions at ilortii Vancouver*
Hotel Vancouver - G.H.R. business correctly reported as per
daily ousiness recoras*
List attached of items omitted from C.P.R.
statement showing an amount of .J7.94 which
should have been shown with Local business
and |1.Q8 with Conjoint ousiness.
Instructions have been given to the clerk
compiling statement at the C.P* office and
in future daily sheet will be checked to see
that all messages are inducted.
Hotel Vancouver does not include Forwaraed collect messages but
does include non-competitive traffic in the division statement.
From the attached statement covering the ilorth Vancouver business
for the month of February, it will be noted that a yxs^^L^tEX^mss
larger part of the business was forwarded by C.II. While it ia
understood that a settlement is made by Audit Office for a 50^
division of the tolls, the fact that more messages vvere sent &y
C.H. would undoubtedly result in replies, being received iraxfcfrgr
sains by the same line to the detriment of 0*P. business*
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on whose blanks the messages are written - it v^ould appear preferable that agent be allowed to send messages by either company,
irrespective of the blanks used,in order that a more even division
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SrJMMARY OF BUSINESS HANDLED
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SUMMARY OF BUSINESS HANDLED
Vancouver Hotel Branch « Month of February 1950
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CANADIAN  PACIFIC   TELEGRAPHS
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detach here       YOUR CANCELLED CHEQUE IS A RECEIPT      RECEIPTED BILL WILL BE SENT ON REQUEST.
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forward with cheque to Agent Communications Department. *S1&v   12/46
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CANADIAN PACIFIC iELEUHAPHS
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CANADIAN  PACIFIC  TELEGRAPHS
NORTH VANCOUVER     8  .C. FEB    ■*.
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CANADIAN  PACIFIC  TELEGRAPHS
NORTH VANCOUVER       B.C*
detach here       YOUR CANCELLED CHEQUE IS A RECEIPT      RECEIPTED BILL WILL BE SENT ON REQUEST.
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forward with cheque to Agent Communications Department. CANADIAN PAClflC
TELEGRAPHS
V)(7i£d Wick CommurdtxdicmA
Class of Service Desired
Full Rate
Day Letter
Night Message
|    Night Letter
1    PLACE  X  OPPOSITE   j
SERVICE DESIRED
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W.   D.   NEIL,GENERAL   MANAGER.
MONTREAL
ACCOUNTING REFERENCE
CHECK
TIME FILED
Send the following message, subject to the terms on bac^ hereof, which are hereby agreed ft>.
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Sender's address or telephone number for reference. D. L. HOWARD, Assistant General Manager, Montreal, Que. V,
P. G. McLEAN, General Superintendent, Montreal, Que, G. H. PESCUD, General Superintendent, Winnipeg, Man.
R. R. BACON, Superintendent, Sudbury, Ont. L. E. HAMSON, Superintendent, Vancouver, B.C.
L. A. RAYMOND, Superintendent, Toronto, Ont. T. H. HOLMES, Superintendent, Calgary, Alta.
W. S, EMERY, Superintendent, Montreal, Que. R. V. TQMBE, Superintendent, Moose Jaw, Sask.
D. LESLIE, Superintendent, Saint John, N.B. E. ELSEY, Superintedent, Winnipeg, Man.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS UPON WHICH TELEGRAPH AND CABLE MESSAGES SHALL BE TRANSMITTED
ARE PRESCRIBED BY ORDER No. 49274 DATED DECEMBER 5th, 1932, OF THE BOARD OF TRANSPORT
COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA, AND PUBLISHED IN THE CANADA GAZETTE.
It is agreed between the sender of the message, on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company shall not he liable for damages arising from
failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or
otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher or obscure messages, or for errors from illegible writing, beyond the
amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate, and in that case the Company shall
he liable for damages, suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200, ^ue to the negligence of the Company in the transmission or delivery of the telegram.
Correctness in the transmission and delivery of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium
thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz.: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and two per
cent, for any greater distance. y • • • *
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not be responsible for messages
until the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices ; if a message is sent to such office by one of the Company's messengers he acts for
that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone the person receiving the message acts therein as agent of the sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender. This Company shall not be liable in any case for damages, unless the same be claimed, in writing, within sixty days after receipt of the
telegram for transmission.
No employee of the Company shall vary the foregoing.
CLASSES OF SERVICE
FULL RATE TELEGRAM
A full-rate expedited service*
NIGHT TELEGRAM
Accepted up to 2 a.m. at reduced rates, to be sent during the night and
delivered on the morning of the next day after their date at places where the
Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on the morning of the next
ensuing business day at places where the Company's offices are not open on
Sundays.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard telegram rates
as follows: One and one-half times the ten-word day telegram rate for the
transmission of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of the initial rate for such
60 words for each additional 10 words or less.
Day lettersmay be forwarded by the Company as a deferred service,
and the transmission and delivery of such Day Letters are, in all respects,
subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate telegrams.
Day Letters may be delivered by the Company by telephoning the same
to the .addressees and such deliveries shall be a complete discharge of the
obligation of the Company to deliver*
Day Letters ard received subject to the express understanding and
agreement that the Company does not undertake that a Day Letter shall be
delivered on the day of its date absolutely and at all events; but that the
Company's obligation in this respect is subject to the condition that there
shall remain sufficient time for the transmission and delivery of such Day
Letter on the day of its date during regular office hours, subject to the
priority of the transmission of full-rate telegrams under the conditions
named above.
NIGHT LETTERS
Accepted up to 2 a.m. for delivery on the morning of the next day after
their date at places where the Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on
the morning of the next ensuing business day at places where the Company's
offices are not open on Sundays, at rates still lower than its standard night
telegram rates as follows: The standard day rate for 10 words for the
transmission of 50 words or less and one-fifth of the initial rate for such
50 words for each additional 10 words or less.
Night Letters may, at the option of the Company, be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall be deemed to have discharged
its obligation in such cases with respect to delivery by mailing such Night-
Letters at destination, postage prepaid* 6 o
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FEBRUARY 1950
CANADIAN PACIFIC  CANADIAN NATIONAL
Canadian Traffic
Western Union Traffic
Sent Cablegrams
Msgs.
Tolls
Msgs.
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63
71.10
121
105A1
27
27.1h
38
53.65
20
^3.7^
13
31.79
110
lWl.98
172
190.85 (XN.R.-2752
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TOTAL
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I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT  THE ABOVE IS CORRECT
^Travelling Auditor
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Amount
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x 50
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Miscellaneous	
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FILE OR CLAIM
FORM 102
Hotel yancouver Branch telegraph Of rice
fliviaion 01 yffrafffio 3%a,%ement Differences
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Date
Feb. 2
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FILE OR CLAIM
Berth yancouTer Branch telegraph office
Division of graffio statement Differences
0* P»jgelegraph
?eb. 10 -10- &rigga, Santa Ynex.Gal*   .84 plus .£5 o/L
Booked on statement as 1*09
S/Bb *84
Difference       • 25 other Line tolls which
should not be reported
on Division of traffic
Statement*
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FORM 102  (XjjO
FILE OR CLAIM
Morth Vancouver Branch telegraph Office,
Joint check March l^>th* 1950
0*P*R* Balance
Gash Receipts
Mar. let to loth
34.74
34*74
3pec.Del#
1.75
Car Fare - kesaenger
.20
Eefuiiteu to H.O.
28.37
u/0r.   Refund.
.36
0ountei» casli Bar.7
remitted t¥.ice
1.20
SB. C.P.fi,
2.87
54*74
i)ub c*p*a*
i>ue 0*1.f.
£.87
18*67
81*54
Gash on hand as per 0*1.i1*  Form 275£ -      19.^8
H mmm     if     o.P.H*        ,?     A*A*46 1*22
Shortage  *94
21*54
Shortage unexplained and paid in by Branch Agent.
litployees handling eaeh*
Mies A*  B*  Fraser-xi ranch Agent
Gordon Glark- Meaaeager and Clerk*
travelling Auditor* CN.R.-2752
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Auditor af Agencies,
Mont real. ($m*
Bear Sir**
Wins^ gasgaawapNI Sut 29 and farth&r my wire today*
Mr*  Hl«$&y>$»r feleg*Ag#ntt^Ain i^ffiaa. informs at
Miss Mftljftim»C*H*f• Branch Ag€att»ow refuses t& settle for I .eh
shortage je rosttltlne fJ fl a3J roWh^x^$        iUmtmnCiXm^ h
decision to do eo.aaiifirg>ed in her written si: I        it aM fttta^te i
to the ah0¥e report* CWT Agent aeocnivmiad ?Ir*)£iakey#
Mr* Hiekajr hae feten written ati >ito fro& tE
three entployee«#]llsii Geffim-Mias SteOmrrait and Miss Mai£aa#a0f>ia8
at I d*
I might sagr Mr.Pfellp was vith m, otion<-.d
Ki8» MatetJi mud when I took har written a t&t assent* 3Jb# mm quite
raatly at that tim to inatee aattle&a&t her far
the neaessary ftrada if I wciuM ae i*u;tn* ia« :. not
haw anffiolent funds of liar ov.iu
1 told her the aettloucnt mm m» that was
to h# quite voluntary ao far aa ehe MM aonei:xae& for he* derelictioa
to duty*
iHi 1 diotatod the statement aontaiaiqg admissiona
she had alraady made to me Terhally aad also fcafora Kr Ilii2.pffCXT fA
she took it down first an a ma»o sheet and road it oTar carefully and
was quite satisfied with it.e»€pt for a eoiiple: af v-orda »«riilch sh*
omx :Lcn typify ewt the atateme&t #iiah she eventually eigne d*
Tha Gc^iml f ^p xti C.   . .xprtaa So ki done- nothing
further ia the ineantittie so far as the H^praaa shortage i. d*
I presume if it ia etamt&ally dc-cldcd to elear the ahorte-gs the
,^cprt ill require ta taiw oara ox  their o?oift0ince it has teas
eatahli- -/hat  th ir shortage eovera aM perhaps no need to pro-rata*
The money order ^ra»ah ms ope-nad hy tha   !       ^m
Co.General Agent#Vajfteou*or,( with Kica taffS a*
trul yt
fr&wlling An itor FORM   10! Qm;
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM ^^
Vancouver,  B.C. Hovaiaber 22nd 1949*
Mr.   3. A. Mcintosh, / ^Y^
Auditor of Age s, R^ v 1
Montreal, £*ue.
Dear Sir.f
Hotel Vancouver..    Teleg*0ffid .
I hereto attach my report covering a joint
check of accounts .above off ice. cut-off November 17th,* C.N.Y.
representative,Mr. J.A .Flillp.
Also  investigation into,the circumstances
of the alleged robbery from one of the  tills,night of November
15,after cloning hours,when,it is  claimed,$133*523 was stolen,
along with Amer.Express. Trav*Cheques to the value of $690.00
The amounts said to be taken are:-
C.P.Teleg*  Floats. $20*00
1 Receipts Nov 15    ^33*87
11             M.Transfer *              21.98 55.85
0.P.Express Money Order
sales Hov 15 31.87
C.H.  Teleg.receipts Hov*  15 25*56      #133.28
Amer* Express Trav.  Cheques:-
$10*00 Can*     267877—879 |20.00 Can*     406608— 609
278190—199 406610.619
278200—'209
110.00 U*S*     9-214-020 —  029
You will note cash shortage at the cut-off
amounted to 1*133*28, Vancouver Main officd will carry 0/s $75*80
until it is  decided how to adjust*
There has not been anything discovered in the
accounts that would indicate manipulation or the covering up of
a cash shortage*
The telegraph office,Hotel Vancouver,is  simply
an open counter,located in the Hotel rotunda.lt  is readily access*
able* i^L
The  diseover$r»accesB had been made to the tills
was wade by our own agent Miss Oof fin when she  came on duty 8 AM
November 16 and the Matter reported*She observed keys in 2 tilla FORM   101 Sjn
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and key in centre drawer office desk*Also safe, locker key was missing
Their practice is  to lock tills at night and place till keys and safe
key in'centre drawer,office desk,and key to the latter drawer hid in
a  small cardboard box and placed on clothes closet shelf*
The alleged robbery l$as,iiore or less,been determined to
have been committed bet?/een 11 and 11.50 W November 15th*
The janitor,I understand,comes on duty to clean up about
11*50 PM and he has stated,he observed the till drawers open and
keys still in the locks and dask drawer also open.key in it also*
Ka  stated lie pushed drawers closed but did not report the  incident
to the Hotel authorities*He did,so I understand,also, observe a small
green box fcash box) in one of the tills.
This ia  the cash box furnished by the i&preM ^o and
belonged to' 4bb Me-Leaa.GMT agent,for her Sxprees  funds* Express
Auditor and Collector had called at the Hotel office on Monday Nov*
14 to  inspect the orders on hand-and to get a remittance*
Mies McLean was not on duty so  they had left word they
would be back Tuesday the 15th and to have  the box left available*
Miss Goffin,G*P*Agent so arranged and after C       xpY+BM
had got their remittance Hov 15 and inspected the money orders,place
the  cash box in the till instead of returning it to the safe*
It was  from this cash box the Trav.Cheques were taken*
On Hoveinber 15 Mies Ooffin went off il
and just before It aving locked her till and j,. 1131  ?^.y in centra
Ar&wor offlfte desk* There was no cash left in this till* H ah is
turned over to elerk,&ls&  R*M«llcGurran,at time- of collection.
Miss «IcGurran acta as a clerk for CUT*  until 4 Tfti and as
clerk for GUT from 4 Ml until 7 PM*  Following her usual customary
practice she  claims  to iiavu Ipalanced up her cash about 7 PM-Kov 15
and olajmfl  it was  correct. All funds were peci .nit  into a
canvas bag,kept for the purpose,together with  the unused money order
books and the bag returned to h^r till and tha key left in till lock
This,it seems,has b&a» the practice all along to  enable
agent  to have access  to the money orders  if a request  is  esade for one*
and for &£,ent, after balancing up at  the' close  of her tour of duty
11 PM to place her funds in the  canvas bag and to  see this bag with
all funds and money orders  is locked away in their own looker provided fox   fchoia in the .Hotel Front Office safe*
Miss McGurran before \saving for the night  did not inform
ood  (relieving Miss McLean C*fT agent)  of   II mono*/
®3.d®TB that ted been left  in her til" , ook it   . wanted that .Q
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
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Mrs Iockwood knew because of past experience* Mrs*2#oeteood* (nee
Idna Bell) had worked as clerk at this office for approximately a
year prior to April last* CHT employee*
Miss McGurran and Alii were $he 2 clerks at this office
during that period each assigned to the same hours as the agent 8 AM /
to 4 HI and 3.30 PM to 11B£* It had always been the clerk's duty.lasC
one on at night,to place all funds and money orders into the canvas
bag and lock it away in the safe*
/gents and clerks took weak about on night and day hours*
At that time 2 tills only were in use while at the present
time 3 tills arc in use*iioGurranfGfcffin and MaXeaitJira iockwood was
using MoXeanfs till l?ev IS*
The change over to one clerk to serve both agents beaame
effective end of April this year*
I asked Hi   )Cturran,in view of this change and the fact
Mrs Xockwood had been away from the office for .so many intervening
months,why she had not thought it wise to advise her of the. funds
left in the till and the proceedure for her (Mrs XocktTOod) to put it
away before closing* MoGurran kept maintaining she took it for grant
ed Mrs iockwood was fully experienced and knew what to do»
Also*when leaving tha office for any brief period it ia
eustomery to inform the agent where they are going* Mrs, iockwood was
newer advised by :-ic(>urran that she was taking any funds to the safe*
consequently Mrs iockwood should not have been under any misunderstanding* MeGurran feljp she had no responsibility in so far aa the
loss was concerncd*Any deviation from usual practice should have Mm
been given to her in writing*
In company with ilr.Philp 1 called to sue Mrs Lockwood at
her home last Friday afternoon* She informed He that approxiio^U-.ly
a week before the 15th Miss Mcjuean had asked her,if she would come
and rali    ie.r at the office for the evening of Hov I5*Mrs Xockwood
said she consented and reported for duty 5*40 Hi November IS her touR,
to continue through until llPM.Thc office closes at 11 Ht*
One of her . she    arrived,she    • ,wae
to count the float il pan's  till and found it to be correct
at #10*00*
alean had already left at I • -.  .M* she: It,ft no
instructions w$}atsoever,only a note to say,she would I      about
9*30 P.n. to give -j'xmtt oaistance may be tieoessary*Miss McLean
did cone back at about that time sp       kwood stated an*
in tan everyt,        | I iic*A.ci/^an Bin    &d
transmitted on   re and then left* uol^un  she stated did not then o
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nor at any tiae,give her any instruction regarding, closing up and
putting funds away*
I asked Lira .-Lockwood what she did after Valsneing up her
receipts at 11PM,she replied,C'*P*funds were put into an envelop®,
Ol'TT into' another and OUT working fund $10*00 put in a small sack
kept for the purpose and all these placed in the safe*
I asked,did it not occur to her,from- long practice,these
packages should have gone into the canvas bag and then taken to the'
safe* "she replied *fit never  occurred to lay mind that I had always
put it in the canvas bag first11
Mrs iockwood admitted it had always buen her duty and practice during her fonaar employment at this office,to take the funds
to the safe in the cenvas bag*
Mrs .iockwood also admitted that when she went to piece Imr
funds in the safe that evening Hov 15 the compartment appeared     -,
rather empty to what it use to appear,all that was in the compartment;
was one of the £*»$*•«* money boxes. She thought,she stated, Hiss
McGurran must have put liar funds into this money box,she(Krs leck?iroo<i)
tried to open it to also deposit her funds there too but finding it
locked,placed imr  own funds alongside and locked the compartment*
I asked ilrs iockwood if she had not thought at the time it
would be impossible to gat the canvas bag and funds,let alone the
money erder books,into the eioall money bo3r*She replied that thought
had not concerned her,in fact, nI never  thought of the canvas bag at
all11 she stated*
Mrs iockwood was alee very positive she had locked McGurran1/
till but had never lookad into the till at .all at unj  time during thtf
evening or. when she went off duty* She simply turned the key in the
lock,took it out,and with the safe compartment key,placed them both
in the centre drawer of tha office desluThe key to- the latter drawer
was then put in the small cardboard hex. and returned to the shelf in
the clothes closet*
Mrs Iockwood also remembers McOurran saying something to her
suggesting she use MeOurranfs till since Mrs iocfcfoods was somewhat
difficult to open and dose* She did not,however,bother about it she
said but kept right on using her own till throughout the evening*
I have no reason to doubt the integrity of Mrs iockwood or
any of iter statements, I do,however,have much difficulty in reconciling the fact,that in everything else that evening,she seemed to
have remembered pretty well shat to do when closing up ana the only
real important thing forgotten was the eanvas bag,that bad always
contained the other employee fs receipts and worlds, funds and money
order books and into which she had been accustomed to put her own
funds and the bag carried and placed in the safe compartment and FORM   101 Cg
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
**"file 9r clTIm*
locked up for the night*
1 also suggested to Mrs Iockwood that on the evening of
Noventber. 15 she muot have observed Miss MoOurran counting her funds
from her till and packaging them up and putting them away again into
her till in the canvas bag* Mrs iockwood stated she had been far too
occupied with her own duties to take much heed and any action she taaM
have seen certainly did not register in her mind* *
;*a iockwood began to weep and 1 could not,therfore,go very
much further with her*At this stage she blurted out,this is not the
first titt* funds had been left in the till overnight*
In respeot t        .'v&ntCNT agent,she arranged for the
relief (Mrs Iockwood) without the approval of the CUT local Manager*
She admits her qxm  gross carelessness in failing to tsko the proper
steps to properly instruct Mrs iockwood or to come back herself to
see to the proper closing of the office* iike "lias KeGurran she took
it for granted that Mrs iockwood was fully conversant with aU that
had to be done,in the way of seeing that all funds and money order
books were plcieed in the safe and all other Matters nee  • .y to
olo -*iee»aitd would see that it was done*
You will note in Miss HcZmhs*b statement she is willing*I*
the circumstances#to re-i&&urse Use Company for the loss sustained
because of h    iligunee*
There seems to       ik  of supervision so far as the C
is conoenn±d•
ligation in their efforts have wet with no
su • It is b tiie TiH)mry  is the
work of    ..i;;ht eleaners, that no doubt they knew where the keys
to the tills were kept and perhaps had often b^en ia1   i tills
before* As a mutter of fact,it was discovered during the investigation that as recent as Wov 7th the tills had been e»t*    ;nd
approximately t>l*50 stolen,express conniot-ions*Tlte natter was memr
reported*
On this occasion also,keys were found in the till locks arisen
agent came on duty i   art morning and a xviic-f employee was on
duty the night      • »P*<
fr.lt ours she had locked the tills and put       s away it
was nevertheless more or less believed she had failed to do so*
B only r instance I si        tliat en
e bI    at ni&ht*
Tm  saf- key  turned up in th fc office
at about 2.15 PM Kov 17th*1  M*S present to»invt*rtigato*Tt was difficult to establish where it had come from*it was found amongst a few FORM   101 @
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other room keys which had just been taken from the Best Sffice
mail bag delivered by t:-e postnmn.Tha key had a Hotel tag on it,
■fJle:          rep in mail box Postage guaranteed1*1
1   do   QC          -  1  can Make any further progress,It has been
developed the loon  ia purely and ainply the result  of gross  careless •
n                                            - have been fully warned and  instructed.
Th                     !   of funds at this  of fit         ■   ti tea up  with
the staff and local               r last Bove_nbcr,nee qjr rep
Sine            i 1 large  conpartnent  in  tao  Front  office                             Ml
allotted t          a instead"of the  2 smallar compartments  to accomodate
th          >reos money boxes.
At the mo.                                                            y  is             d in a
seal           relate and               ith tlu                  tti                                        t*
I                                    o mr.HickeJ ,local Manager*I  do not el               r
ap                                Hod* I tl            the desk drawer i s good a place
as any f<           \          but both agents to have a kty to the desk, drawer
so  that  there  is no                                         1 to hide  it  for one enotiers
use but each would have  their ovn 1 I ] *                                  look into  the
situation*
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FORM   101 Cw
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, B.G. November 22nd 1949*
Mr.   J. A. Mcintosh.
Auditor of Agon cies,
Montreal, *
.0 i  ,
^PSPKySBPPJ^lPX^    Tele^*0ffi&^ •
I hereto attach my report covering a joint
check of accounts,above off ice, cut-off Hblrenber 17th*  G.H.f.
trefpmtat ive §llr * J • A. Philp *
Also  investigation .into ,the circumstances
of the alleged robbery from one of the tills,night of November
15,aftor cloning hours,when,it is claimed»$13S*r?8 was stolen,
alo .th As*er*Bxpres« Timv. Cheques to the value of $690*00
Tli -.*unts said to be  taken are:-
' Receipts Hov 15    £33*87
■  • Transfer * SI.98 •   I
o • ■ • • r
sales Uov 15 31*8?
G.1I.  Tcleg*receipts Nov* 15 ,.35^56 3*2S
Amrr*,-x,-ii-t.^B Trav* Ohequess-
£10.00 Can*     267877—879 :0.00 Can*     406602—609
278190—199 406610.619
278200—209
$10.00 U.S*     9-214-020 —  029
You will not& cash shortage at the cut-off
amounted to 1*132*28. Vaneouter Main offici will carry 0/S |75*85
until it ia decided how to adjust*
There has not been anything discovered in the
accounts that would indicate manipulation or the covering up of
a  cash shortage*
The telegraph office,Hotel        i .uver,is simply
an counter,Iocs I tel rotunda*It is readily access-
able* (JLqX
Tl: very^access had been xae.de to the tills
was made by our own agent iuine Oof fin when she  c .m duty 8 AM
Novcrdbor 16 and the Blatter mportad*Shc observed keys in 2 tills o
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FORM   101 (T__
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FILE OR CLAIM
and key in centre drawer office desk*Also safe locker key was Hissing
Their practice is to lock tills at night and place till kt*ys and safe
key in centre drawer,office desk,and key to the latter drawer hid in
a small cardboard box and placed on clothes closet shelf*
The alleged robbery |ps*ttore or less,been determined to
have been committed between 11 and 11*50 m November 15th*
The janitor,! understand, coxae a on duty to clean up about
11.50 PM and he has stated,he observed the till drawers open and
keys still in the locks and desk dra?/er also open*key in it alec.
Ko Stated he pushed drawers closed but did not report the incident
to the Hotel authorities*He did,so 1 understand,also observe a s&iall
green box (cash box) in one of the tills*
This is the c&sh box funtia] press Oo and
belonged I       -ieanp0MT ftgent.fer her Suitress funds* £xpre>
Auditor m- otcr had or lied at the Hotel offi v*
14 to Inspect the orders on hand end to get a remittance*
■ not on duty so they bad left word they
would 15th and to have the box left i    :?bie*
6offia,C*P*Agent so arranged and after 0    ^ress
had got their remittance ?*ov 15 and innpuctt.d t. rs,place
the cash box in the till instead of returning it to tha safe*
It was fro® this cash box the Trav*Oh, a*
On November 15      ffin -went off duty 4 H£ as usual
and just before leaving locked her till and place a till k«y in centr/L
drawer offide desk* There was no cash left in this till* Iter  oasis is
turned ever to elerk*Jiiss H*M*itoGttvran»st time of c !  -tion*
Miss ilcGurran acts as a dark for E**J • until 4 Si and as
clerk for CUT from 4 HE until 7 HI* Following her usual customers
practice she claims to ***ve balanced up imr  cash about 7 HI Nov 15
and claims it was correct* All funds ware packaged and put into a
canvas bag*kept for the purp«.>-<*# together with the unused money order
books and the bag returned to her till and the key left in till lock
This,it seems,lias bten the practicd all along to enable
agent to have access to the money orders if a »    I is nmde for onfc
and for    i,after balancing up at the eic        tour of duty
11 HE to place her  funds in the canvas hag and to see this bag with
all funds and money orders is looked away in their own locker provided for them in the Hotel Front Office safe*
Hiss -ofcOurran b   i leaving for the night did not inform
ilrs X*0Ok*oed (relieving Miss MaT^aa COT ag&nt) of the funds and money
orders that had been left in her till* -She took it for granted that ' FORK   101 &
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CANADIAiv   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COM. ANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Mrs Xoekwood knew because of past experience* Mr a .iockwood* (nee
Idna Bell) had worked as clerk at this office for approximately-a
year prior to April last* 01T employee*
MisH    ...ran and Bell were ^bte 2 clerks at this office
during that period each assigned to the saae hours as the agent 8 All
to 4       u30 HI to 133ft* It had always heen  the clerkfs duty#lasx
one on at night,to place all funds and money orders into the canvas
bag and lock it away in the- safe*
Agents and clerks took week about on night _.    y hours*
At that time 2 tij
only were in use *hil<.; at  the prmmmxiA
ai  ana :.ujjemi*t.crs IiOck-^ud was
its benana
tint 3 tills are in usa0IIcGu
using Ucl&an's till Hov 15*
The change ovc-r to one clerk to serve both
effective end of April this y« . *
1 asked llivz  ^cCurranfin view of this c,        the fact
Mrs l*ookwooci had been away" from the office for so m?ny  intervening
months,tidiy she hud not thought it wise to t.dvisi    of the funds
left in the till and the proseedure for her{&rs Iockwood) to put it
away before closing* ilcGarran kept maintaining she took it for grant
ed Mrs 2 was fully    rienc^ and knev       o.
jjfice for exiy  brief period it is
amtSiiery to inform the m where they are going* Mrs iockwood was
never advise •      urrmji  that she was taking any .    to the safe*
consequently Hrs iockwood should not- have been under i    ^sunder*
stand  *   urran felj she had no responsibility in bo far as the
lose      uorxied*Aiiy deviation from usual practice- should have
been given to her in writing*
In company with Ur.Philp I callc-
her home last Friday afternoon* She informed Ml that i
a week before the 15th Hies MoLean had asked her*if sJ
and relieve her at the office for the evening of Nov I
said she consented and reported for duty 5*45' ovei
to continue through until llPM*The office a   . at 1^
te of her first aei    U r dhe had arr ?
to count the float in Kiss J-IcXean's tiH and found it
at #10*00.
Mi   .=Lean-had i *,  * ,
instructions' ?#atsoevarfonl^ to say,she would 1
9*30 P.M. to give what: I    i / be i
did come back at about     tine- so Sirs Locks/cod si
infer.      -an everything was      long fine*M©I<eai
transmitted one wire and then left* Lallan she stated
jckwood at
Lpproxiiaately
juld corns
>5*Hrs Xeekwoed
• 15 her touRs
«t.£%*
aid,was
-iraat
he left no
>e back about
'•Miss MaLcaa
d and she
i she added
did not then CANADIAm   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COfW-. ANY
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nor at any tine,give her any instruction regarding closing up and
putting funds away*
1 asked Mrs *I*oekwood v/hat she did after balancing up her
receipts at HPM,she replied,6*P*fuxida were put into an envelope,
GIT into another and CiTT working fund 510*00 put in a small sack
kept for the purpose and fill these placed in the safe*
1 asked,did it not occur to her,from long practice,these
packages should have gone into the canvas bag and then taken to the
safe. She r-plied **it mver  occurred to ^y mind that I had always
put it in the canvas bag first**
Mrs Iiockwood admitted it had- i    i \m en her duty and prao-
tice during her former employment at this off ice, to take the funds
to the safe in the canvas bag*
Mrs Xookwoed also admitted that when she went to piece her
funds in the safe that evening Hov 15 the compartment appeared     ^
rather empty to what it use to appear,all that was in the compartment
was one of the Express money bosses*'She thought,she stated, Mies
MoGurran must hava put her  funds into this money boJc,she^Mrs iockweou)
tried to open it to also deposit her funds there too but finding it
locked9placed her own funds alongside and locked the compartment*
1 asked Urs iockwood- if she had not thought at the time it
would be impossible to get the canvas bag and funds,let alone the
money order books,into the small money box**rihe replied that thought
had not concerned her,in fact, nI never  thought of the canvas bag at
all11 aha stated*
Mrs Lockwoed was also very  positive she had locked MeGurraaty
till but had navar  looked into the till at all at any time during th«
evening or when she went off duty*She simply turned the key in the
lock,took it out,and with the safe compartment koy.pl:    :,hom both
in th-   fere drawer of the office desk*The key to tha L.ttfer drawer
was then put in the wall cardboard box and returned to the tkhBXM in
the clothes closet*
8 Iockwood also remembers McGurxan saying something to ht^r
suggest inn: she use MoGurra»fs till since lire lock^oods was seat what
difficult to open and close*She did not,hoyiever,bother about it she
said but kept right on using her own till throughout the ^vc-ning*
I 1    to reason to doubt the integrity of lira Lockuood or
any ef her st    nts, I do,however,have much difficulty in reconciling the fact,that in everything else that evening,she euamed to
have remembered pretty wall what to    'lien closing up and the only
real important thing forgotten was the eaavms bag,that I     /s
contained tha other employee!© receipts and w#ri      to and money
order books and into which she had '      tustoSted to pat her own
funds and the bag carried and placed in tha safe compartment and roRH ioi eg
CANADIAN  PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CON*. ANY
FILE OR CLAIM
locked up for the night.
I also suggested to Mrs Iockwood that on the evening of
Hovember 15 she must have observed Miss MoGurran counting her funds
from her till and packaging them up and putting them away again into
her till in the canvas bag* Mrs iockwood stated she had been far too
occupied with her own duties to take much heed and any action she ma*f
have seen certainly did not register in her mind*
W Iockwood began to weep and I could not,therfore,go very
much further with her.At this stage she blurted out,this is not the
first time funds had been left in the till »vemight.
In respect to i,CNT agent,she arranged for the
relief (Mrs iockwood) without the approval of the CUT local Manager.
She admits her own grass carelessness in failing to  tales the proper
steps to properly Instruct UTS Lockwood or to cone b&.ck herself to
see to the proper el     of the office* Like Lliss McGurran she took
it for granted that     ockwood was fully conversant with all that
had to b    a,in the way of seeing that all funds and money order
books were  placed in the safe arid all other matters necessary- to
cloGe up the office,and would see that it was done*
111 note in Kiss HcXeanfs statement She is willing-,in
the circumstances,to re-imburse" the Company for the loss sustained
because of her       nee*
There seems to be a lack of supervision ^o far as the Olff
is concerned*
The Dept*of Investigation in their efforts have imt  with no
succ;-     to this time* It io generally thought the robbery ia the
work of the night cleaners, that no doubt they knew where the keys
to the tills were kept and perhaps had often been into the tills
before. As a matter of fact,it was discovered during tlu.- investigation that as recent as Nov 7th the tills had been entered and
approximately -^1*50 stolen,express commissions*The matter was never
reported*
On thie occasion also,keys were found in the till locks when
agent came on duty the m xl  morning and a relief employee was on
duty the night before,a Hie    rman a C.P.employee.While Miss
Shern n felt sure she had locked the tills and put the keys away it
was nevertheless more or less believed she had failed to do so*
This in the only other instance I am aware of that tills had been
tat red at night.
The safe compartment key turned up in the Hotel front office
at about 2.15 PM M0v 17th.I v/as present to»investiggte.lt was difficult to establish where it had come from,it was found amongst a few o
FORM   101 £.!*,
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other room keys which had just been taken from the Post ©ffice
mail bag delivered ty  the postman* ©ie key had a Hotel tag on it,
*op in mail box Postage guaranteed*
I do not zee  I can make any further progress,It has baen
developed the Ices is purely and simply toe result of grose careless
nese and all concerned have hBen  fully warned and instructed*
The handling of funds at this office was taken up with
'f and local Manager last November,    g  port #36545
Si      .1 I large compartment in tha Front office safe has been
allotted to them instead of the 2 smaller compartments to accomodate
th   ..-rose money boxes*
At the mooont the t        -tment ..;d in a
envelope and left with the '^ront Office cashier overnight*
->sted to Mr* Hi eke;**, local Manager,! do not altogether
appr   :>f this method*I thought the desk drinker  as good a place
as any for thejfc key but both agents to have a key to the desk drawer
so that there is no necessity for them to hide it for one anothere
use but each would have their own key*Mr Hickejr will look into the
situatio .
0^ m I : m
T    Wa
Yours  truly,
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Vancouver, B.C. Kovember S0th,l94S
V^/A
Us. 1. Blackburn,
Auditor ©f Agencies,
J%ntreal»      Que.
immjt Sir.«
»** %&L3Q3s$lSSS£
I herewith enclose a* report,4oiai one ok of
aeseuata al>eve Sffios. C.M.f. representative Mr. J.A.Philp.
Cash* Overage at cut-off is accounted for aa
foliar..,
®-parea£ funds due elerk Miss 0.0.Boll   $3,63
Miss daffia. C.P.tin over. .05
0 .M »!• She rtags .it
Met overage.      2/47
Counter sheet with complete record of all outgoing
and incoming mrsssageo ia kept.
Despatch and receipt of Message. **l—— th« Betel
and Bead Of fie. ia by means of teletype. Soad office control is
through relay copies.
Sunda are reolitsi, daily in the Bank of Montreal
with th* Hotel fancouver branch.
I em nst,however, entirely ia sgresneat sith the
handling of funds at this branch office. '.'iaeh have separate till,
with locks and each are .applied with a safety deposit looker in th*
Hotel safe, unly one locker ,hawe re r ,1s need for the safe keeping ef
both Cp_paay*s funds. Bxpresa money orders C.P. and O.K. are left
in the tiUa overnight.
The uae af only one safety deposit lacker by both
agents »s<3e»ingly has cone shout .swing to their assigned hours. 0ns
agent ia on duty from a A.M. to 4 P.K. the other cornea on 3.30 P.M.
until 11 P.1H Saoh reverse their hours week shout and of course take
in message a far both Companies •
Miss McLem C.N.T. going off 4 P.M. keep* her 0.P.
collections until the next morning aad together with Miss Ooffias
s sliest ions which ahe finds in th* safe next morning ia aa envelope, A~\ f\ f°rm ,o2 C2>
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY
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so marked, and remits hoth amount a for our credit ia the Bank of
Montreal •
The reverse takes place the following weak when Miss ©offin
somes on duty & A.M. she makes her own remittance then aad delivers
the C.N.T. remittance to their collector.
Ilxoress funds from sale of money orders are generally
quit, heavy aad the practice ia to keep the funds in sealed envelopes,
aa per each sale* These envelopes congregate in the safety deposit
locker and are picket up weekly utien th. collector somes around.
All four .agents and clerks ,have access to the safety deposit
box.
I have taken up with Mr .Rickey .Manager at Rsaa" Off ice, that
the system appears to be a loose one,to have access to one mothers
funds9that in particular,if one of the envelopes,with impress funds.
w**s to he stolen or go missing am* it would not be discovered until
collector came around,and the* it would be most difficult to learn
much about it or to lay the blame where it belonged.
It will he impossible to change their ho|»s of duty as
that each may make thilr own remittance.
It has .however, been proposed that each will now use their
safety aeposit lockers sad aa each agent will require to gain
admission to both lockers,each will kesp th ir working fund aad
Express funds,in a small cash box with lock,within their safety
deposit locker. The only assessable funds will he those to be remitted
and put in a sealed envelope for that purpose.
I cannot see any other method to overcoae the situation.lt
goes a long way to establish betterment and a more proper protection
sf funds.
Mr. Hickejr has advised our agent that Express money ordars
must he kept in the safe overnight.
With respect to the division of traffic,taken up undrnx1
your file &~$1SS? we jointly checked the business for the month sf
October aad statements,In duplicate,are herewith enclosed.
Tours truly,
Tr**«11inr IudItar« o
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Ifoeal. As reported
Conjoint w
Cables •
As Reported
$663.26
233.46
215.85
$ 873.02
225.30
224.89
Con-
Joint
& Cables
Differences.
October 2nd
5th
6th
7th
8th
9 tli
11th
13th
14th
15th
18th
21st
32nd
26th
23th
2nd
esffsh
5th
gaftlftfrt,,
October 2nd
8th
14th
18th
19th
23rd
iSth
7 paid Medicine Rat Reported conjoint
in error
"Omitted*
*. I
20 paid Regina
33 NX Penticton
10 paid Nanaimo
10 paid Seattle
41 SL  Montreal
Rooked local in error
"Omitted"
24 HI*   Hiss* Lake "Chitted*
tolls to trasnfer point Aahcroft
32/29 NL Victoria Reported 3?/* Shd be 30*'
13 paid V*rdan     "   .49   • 1.49
22 NL  Edmonton Forwarding charge omitted
16 paid Toronto  "emitted"
36 Hi  Regina      •
42    Ban Francisco Booked as Local Should
be conjoint Correct toll 2.76
7 paid Victoria   "Omitted*
9,paid -hitehorse Message cancelled Allowed
in error
35 HL Toronto     omitted
10 paid Winnipeg •
13 paid Edmonton *
34 NL Toronto "
13 paid Lethbri*g*   *
11 paid Calgary     *
116/85 JTL Toronto Allowed 3.30 S/B 3.00
17 paid Seattle   Omitted
Conjoint as reported $17.24 bPb ?16.S2
15 LO Ixeemantle *<ki RP voucher" omitted
32 LO Copenhagen "Garool"      *
13 WB.   Sutton Bug.   *        •
25 NLT Hutt Ayrshire On RP Fouoher omitted
9 LC London Ac
26 NLT Milligan, Bukuru,Nigeria
tolla $2.50 for reply paid included in error
8 L0 Menstringssjsfen Bergen Tolls 1.80
for reply paid included in *f
2.76
.69
2.25
8.92
2.60
1.67
.90
1.
Difference
# 1,301.56
Local
.70
1.26
.40
.30
1.25
.30
1.00
.75
1.73
.76
.30
• oO
1.25
•36
•M
1.26
•85
.76
.30
1.18
1,323.71   11.39  10.76
Teat check of rates was made during the court
The business la being hooked.handled and transmit
with the agreement. The telegraph blank used by the etndi
over which Company^ wires the message is to be transmit'
as competitive points are concerned.
Yours truly,
the inspection.
,ed in accordance/'
P determines
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Travelling Auditor o
CANADIAN        PACIFIC
O
RAILOAY   OOHPASr
Vancouver B.C. December 2nd,1948.
Mr. 1. Blackburn,
Auditor of Ar,enai
Montreali
Que.
Daar oir..
Hotel Vancouver. 3.0.  . TelcKranh.
Aa per your »ire November 90th.
In asajunetisn with c.m.t. rspr.ewatativs, Mr, J.A.
Philps we checked the business for the asata of October and found the
figures to be an follow.,
C,.„ N. T. Aseomit.
Loeal tolls as reported   #781.66
Conjoint " " 368.19
Cables      " " LC        25.01
GLT        5.81
NX?      55.7?
%loms Transfer messages
Tells    27.76
extra words    2.54
Differences.
8hd be t: 786^*7 /
S86. *•«€>'
25.01
5.81
55.72.
1-cJoiat   a-affl*
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27.76
.".64
•efT Montreal
a
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October 4th 11 paid Tsklaa omitted .?•?
14-th   16 paid Montrsal Tails led
17   "     Moose Taw     *
37 iJL     Torcnto *
16 paid Regina *
2Hst    20    *      ex Tsnnosn.e Ra»forwarded Wianip<
55th      6    rt Toronto    Ohargad on ?C .1*566
26th   10    •        ■ do d.
22nd    Oth^r Line ttOO.a included in Losal in error
30th   Local added #84.87 she! be 22.87
Add.    ,.ii3£3ages£ilea with cy. forwarded 035B to OV&tern Transfer
polut and C-K beyond,ON proportion jjntag nut of competitive
tolls and paid ok:-: i | tran* eiat.Thss. to^is w
reported anywhere ia traffic figures.
October 30 th Yanseavsr tc 2 own o:C Mount - as backed and
included ir> revenue f i^ 'res Hotel ^O.noouver
ne ccileoted 0-1.36
•   C¥T tfr Jitl 30 .30
Got 28th Vanoouver»Charlottetown
Ao  collt.et-ed    1.188
CPR 1.43
.95 and   *3.43 included in 3?
figures for October.
P o,
7   '■■' ■ •-■
0 1,183.01
Difference 6.63
1,IW.L4
1,190.14
1,190.14
1
1.73'
1.10
1.88
1,08
1.45
1.26
1,25
e50
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, B.C.  IteeemberHad,1948
Kr. Mm Blackburn,
Aaditor of Agencies*
Montreal, ^as.
Dear sir.,
I _ ttfc enclose my report savcxiqg a join's
check ef accounts of the as*V« offico, 8. R. T. 2-c. .^tr&iv*
Mr. *T. A. Hulpe.
Thlo ic a sub cffica sf Vancouver Telegraph,
*p*rated on a guaranteed cc. '..0 Bias b^sis and paid through Vancouver
pay xall.
Gash. This cheeked th*** -""'-.1.00 The stmsunt will
he paid in.
Agent has b&an  bi nking.ia the JOank of iiontreal,
into aa account in her *m name,aureus funds n£ both attap.'.nitiS.
In so far en aa are a*B*ara*&,l have taken exception to the practio*
aad agent, Vane cover Telegraph., ia arranging that ah* make deposit ,aa
say ef our ether agent, would ia aad forr/axd to hi* hank voucher as
a remittance.The SSttsr Is being referred to the 2***S TusilMr.r te
take up vsitb the bank.
IS* ai&y observe debit e.:ler»cea in the benk account
arising from the fact aish a_er.it I** been Battling for doe bills net y*t
collected.In the bank statement attached,balance at Oct 3th rsads
#80.98 while cheques were drawn asaiast this account October 29ih
01R #41.41 and October 30th C.P.T. ^SV.St
Deposit ef t*3.00 MM «ade rc-trc/sb^r 2si&.
Sub agent |a act profiled with any float for a
working fund.- If this should becs>ae acesee&ry later en because ef
changes made agefit la*<*avcr Telegraph sill arrange.
I dc act eatertein any doubts respect lag the
integrity cf Miss Maelecd. She is a vary fine type ef girl,honeat,
trustworthy,aad a good worker and an erselleat representative far the
Company at Keith Vajac©«fsr.
The business,while comparatively small,agent is
expected to take care sf all her cash business,collect her own due bills
and to accept payment cf cue teasers accounts when offered. Ledger account.
are aade up in Vancouver aad mailed direct te cast ©mere frcm there. 3 \7 F0RM ,02 o>
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY
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FILE OR CLAIM
The set up sf accounting prooetdure,however,seems ts he
detrimental. Ia the sours* sf th* audit aad endeavoring to reach asms
semblance of a balanc*»sab ageat headed to me a slip with particulars
sf messages for which ah. fe^t sure she had act yet been hilled aad
the funds, there fore, should still he on hand. The messages are aa
fallows.,
August 2nd To Victoria  Kes&er .3?
17th Collect from Kamloopa Smith    .74
Sept 10th   •    ■  Windsor Oat McMillan 1.40
10th   1    *  Ottawa  Grant   1.33
13th   ■     »  Victoria MeDougall .37    #4.30
Investigating at Vancouver Telegraph I discovered all sf
these messages had heen missed aad have act yet beea hocked,hence th*
reason sub ageat has not been charged with then. Message tells will he
hooked into revenue M.vember.
As herein already stated I ma act at all enthusiastic with
th* accounting set up far Worth Vancouver.
Sub agaat has a counter sheet upon which all raeesagea,inward
and outward,are recorded,columns far cash,due hills,aad ledger accounts.
The ledgers are hilled direct to the customers from Vancouver.
Cash aad dae hill items are ledge red against agent and aa
account sent to her anywhere hetween the 15th sad 19th sf the month sad
again at the end cf the month for settlement •
Telegraph business hetween the two offices la transmitted by
meaas sf the teletyps.
Vancouver has heen checking their relay aspics againat auh
agent's counter sheet hat in the eaae cf inward ccllesta they have only
the hard copy and if this is set taken cut immediately sad placed with
the hooking business,it is entirely micced.
1 have given sub agent acme email freight office cash sheets
upon which,cofamencing December 1st,to eater her daily collections,kesp*
in g carbon copy .For example 9tatsl sash counter sheet, due hill collections shewing name aad date message .ledger accounts aad any other mis*
cellaneous collections.
Sah ageat has heen instructed tc make remittance to Vancouver
at least weekly sr cfteaer if desired enclosing the original sash cheat.
Sah agent has also heen famished with a remittance hook sued will receive
a receipt.
Ms hills will gc out ts sub agent from Vancouver as formerly
for cash and dae hill business. Accountant Vancouver has heen instructed
ts take up into his accounts daily the totals fro* sah agentfa counter FORM 102
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
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sheet for sash, das hills and ledger and te ledger cash total only
against Rorth Vancouver,posting from sash sheet \wien received.
Any debit errors observed «hen rating te betaken care cf by
correct ion not ice, original to sub agent ts make settlement and pat
through sash sheet in the usual way.
I feel sure the proeeeduts will net create any hardship anywhere hat will work te better satisfaction for all concerned and sill
meat certainly preclude any possibility sf failure to account for
revenue as in the instances herein mentioned.
Joint check sf the eompetetive business In the joint operation
sf this office has been made for the month of October and statements,
ia duplicate, she wing the result are herewith enclosed.
fours truly
Travelling Auditor • CAMADIAR        PACIFIC        RAILOAY        COMPART
Vancouver,B.C.  December 3nd,1948o
Mr. 1. KLaekhurn,
Auditor of Agencies,
Mentreal,        Que.
Dear Sir.,
«0rth, JmmmWVLmmJmmlt W«grSpa»
Aa per your wire l.vember 20th
In conjunction with CRT representative Mr.J.A.Fhilpa
ws checked the business for the month of October and found the figures
to he as follows.,
Con»
Cni.R..T. Accpunfc. Aa reported i&id be Joint  Local
Local this line as reported 134*24 117.68
*   Exclusive 21.30 20.89
Conjoint         do 69.78 66.87
Mexican          do 1.14 .34
Cables           do 56.72 60.06
ftiffeyspssfa |
October 1st Clearwater In local this line
shd be i&elualve CRT
Press checks included in error 1.18
2nd 9 Reed Paid ex Calgary Included in error .70
4th 16 paid fswall River Rent.29*f S/B 24s*
6th 16 paid Winnipeg     " 1.15 »    1.21 .06
8th 6 collect ex Victoria Included in error •
Total for date #9.09 Aa per message. 8.79 .30
Press checks included in error 1.58
12th 15 collect ex Odmonton Included in error .96
9  •        do       de •76
IO  •        de       do .
13th 7  *        do       ds
14th 13  "      Victoria      d* .32
19th 17  *      Toronto      da 1.7S
20th 10  *         do       do 1.
21st 12 HM Mentreal Booked 1.26 8/55 1.14 .11
22nd IS collect am odmonton Included in error mammm***
23rd 18         Fort v.'ii;;: 1.7r
18 «      Victoria       do
39th 9    I       Edmonton       as .
30th 18 •       Victotia       do .44
Pch 6 collect ex ilelsca         do «40   .ft*
31st 6  "   *  raoojas          dc ♦#•   .XX
35th 13  *   "  Ban Francisco    do .    .aft
28th 13 HL Houston Tex (Emitted 1.44
27th 34 collect ex Carmel Galif Included in error   §4  • *ftft
30th 14      "  Yfeahingtsn DC      Dc 1.73
13th 4 collect to Msxiss .50
25th 27 GLT Vseeverass Sweden ^Anstrop"        3.34
Rot included.
l^upiy.. CRT
%t 1st Glearwat
283.18    36601      .13
R.t Difference           1717
Difference fotal Local*   0 .
Conjoint    .13
Eaalusivs as under        .71
Learwater Included T.L. QpB Excl  Add 1.44
16th 9 collect ex Smithers Included in error
Deduct 1.00
19 collect ex Iras   ds      "  1.15
1st        .71 o
<>
ffoyfh Vancouver, B^c., Telegrrafe.
9,,'P ,'R»., Anfipyht,»
Local as Reported
Conjoint
Cables.
Imperial
A.A7C.
Olarconi
Commercial
Mexican
As Reptd.
Shd Be   Con*
Roint
157.4?
120.50
34.98
40.29
26.33
36.32
21.74
31.61
29.
-.96 !
24.04
34.04
3.45
3.45  \ vA
MSSsmmMSju
\
October 2nd 14/5.2 Collect ex Kamloopa Included in vih+v
4th 35 paid i*ontrs*jL Included in agents   ;• \
total twice \
6th 26 collect ex Yahk Included in error
I 12/9 Can Franxaieeo In Local & Conjoint
14th Conjoint included in local
14/12 Collect ex ikmtreal Inei.in error
16th 14 collect ex Toronto       de
18   do  * Victoria  -    do
19th 13  - ds  »   * de
8   *   * Pentieton      dc
4 paid Campbell River O.L. tolls
included in error
21at 6 paid Relatern Sask Omitted
22nd 16 collect ex Ottawa Included in error
35   »    «   *        *
27th 11 paid Rdgewator O.L. 30^ included
in error
8 psid Ocean Falls O.L. 1.86 lacl.in error
16 collect ex Bredenhury Sask     do
28th 5 paid Comox o.L. 18gf included in error
61 RL uoileet ©x Toronto    ds
11.     ■*..      *       do
29th 7     B     Riaherley   do
30th 13 paid Ran Francisco Local s/B Conjoint
15th Agents total 013.52 Correct 12.32 Coop
40 Sisal.
Fxelueive OJR for the month
19th Conjoint reported Mil S/B 16.89
Cables^.
Via AAO Oct 27th 16LC VeneaeUes Omitted
34 HLT Brasil    *
Via Marconi Slat 18 Hi JSxeter allowed 4*67
S/B "3.00
•40
1.02
3.89
3/52
6o35
Local
ii
09
76
96
40
49
49
44
32
0 H
75
<ou
15
25
50
03
297.62
Ret Difference 	
274.16
 mStM
15.18
Zi
As far *?s I can see from tha files here the only difference
hetween the agreements for Hotel Vancouver and Rorth Vancouver offices ia
that exclusive business CP and CRT is not to be taken into the figures for
Rorth Vancouver office. Agent Vancouver Telegraph in reporting Re.Vancouver
ia ahowing the combined exclusive and conjoint figures.
In respect to cables 1 note ca Mexican traffic CRT only report
their proportion tollex only aiiile the gross figur® i« reported hy  our
agent to tble Company.In the settlement with the CRT I presume this la
taken into eensideration.
Test check cf ratea was mads during the progress of the cheek .
The business is being handled,transmitted and hooked in mecor**^
ansa wjith ths agreement .The telegraph blank used hy the aend.r determine.
ever which Cempany'a wirea the message i& to bi transmitted ia »o far aa
sompet.tive points are concsrned.The only exception noted,Oct Slat Jamea,
Winnipeg telle 11.09 on GMT blank routed CHI.
Yours truly
Travelling Auditor CLASS OFSERVK
Night Message
Evening art
*^fa '
a] CANADIAN PAClflC
Si       TELEGR4PHS
Please mark an X opposite
tha class of service desired.
W(7dd Wick^CommwucaticrnA
TIME FILED
. STANDARD TIME
W.D.NEIL, G6NEP.AL  MANAGt*   0'  COMMUNICATIONS    MONTREAL
Send the following message, subject to th, conditions on th, back thereof, which art hereby agreed to.
.19..
VANCOUVER    NOVEMBSR »tnd 1948
•B. •SLAGKBGRN	
auditor of agencies
m<s?tksal	
l-M-82    PETTISH   PLATONIC    HOSKY    THIS    JRICE
J.RASfSAY
ender's address or telephone number for reference. Wo Mo *m0WPm%$, Aasfsfcaai (Ssaera! Manages?, Montreal, Qs&
P. G. McLEAN, Assista^ Manager,  Montreal,  Que„ D. L. HO WARD% Assistant Manager, Winnipeg, Mm&e
R. R. BACON, Sup Sudbury, Ont. L. A. "RAYUT^P Superintendent, Vancouver, B.C.
H.  S.  INGRAM,  SuperL_ydent,  Toronto,  Ont. T. H.  HOLM^^/Superintendent,  Calgary,  Alta.
W. S. EMERY, Superintendent, Montreal, Que. G. H. PESCUD, Superintendent, Moose Jaw, Sask,
Bo ELSEY, Superintendent, Saint John, N.B. A. J. CLARK, Superintendent, Winnipeg, Man. v
TERMS AND CONDITIONS UPON WHICH TELEGRAPH AND CABLE MESSAGES SHALL BE TRANSMITTED!
ARE PRESCRIBED  BY  ORDER  No.  49274  DATED  DECEMBER 5th, 1932, OF THE BOARD QF TRANSPORT
COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA, AND PUBLISHED IN THE CANADA GAZETTE.
It ts agreed between the sender of the message, on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company shall not be liable for damages 'arising fressi
failure to transmit or deliver,, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence *of its servants or
otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher or obscure messages, or for errors from illegible writing, beyond the
amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate, and in that case the Company shall
be liable for damages, suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200, due to the negligence of the Company in the transmission or delivery of tfce telegram.
Correctness in the transmission and delivery of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium
thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz.: one per cent, for.any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and two per
cento for any greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not be responsible for messages
oatil the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices ; if a message is sent to such office by one of the Company's messengers he acts for
that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone the person receiving the message acts therein as agent of the sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender. This Company shall not be liable in any case for damages, unless the same be claimed, in writing, within sixty daya after receipt of th®
telegram for transmission.
No employee of the Company shall vary the foregoing.
CLASSES OF SERVICE
^m B^ATE TELEGRAM
A full-rate expedited service.
WIGHT TELEGRAM
Accepted up to 2 a.m. at reduced rates, to be sent during the night and
delivered on the morning of the next day after their date at places where the
Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on the morning of the next
ensuing business day at places where the Company's offices are not open o_i
Sundays.
PAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard telegram rates
as follows: One and one-half times the ten-word day telegram rate for the
transmission'of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of the initial rate for such
SO words for each additional 10 words or less.
Day letters^ may be forwarded by the Company as a deferred service,
and the transmission and delivery of such Day Letters are, in all respects,
Subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate telegrams.
Day Letters may be delivered by the Company by telephoning the same
to the # addressees and such deliveries shall be a complete discharge of the
obligation of the Company to deliver.
Day Letters are received subject to the express nnderstanding &M
agreement that the Company does not undertake that a Day Letter shall be
delivered on the day of its date absolutely and at all events; but that the
Company's obligation in this respect is subject to the condition that there
shall remain sufficient time for the transmission and delivery of such Day
Letter on the day of its date during regular office hours, subject to the
priority of the transmission of full-rate telegrams under the conditions
named above.
MIGHT LETTERS
'Accepted up to 2 a.m. for delivery on the morning of the next day after
their date at places where the Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on
the morning of the next ensuing business day at places where the Company's
offices are not open on Sundays, at rates still lower than its standard night
telegram rates as follows: The standard day rate for 10 words for the
transmission of 50 words or less and one-fifth of the initial rate for such
60 words for each additional 10 words or less.
Night Letters may, at the option of the Company, be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall be deemed to have discharged
its obligation in such cases with respect to delivery by mailing such Night-
Letters at destination, postage prepaid.
EVENING AND SUNDAY MESSAGE
MeH terpedited service admitting tip to 40 words at the same rate as a 10 word full rate telegram, each additional 10 or a lesser number of words is charged
Hli_» sa&e of 1/5 of the cost for the initial 40 word telegram. Evening and Sunday messages may be filed at any hour where circumstances permit and will be
rod on week days after 7 p.m. point of origin or destination time whichever provides for earlier delivery.  The service is also available all day Sunday.
j message should require a reply and the sender prepays same at the time of filing the reply will be charged at 50% of the normal rate for an Evening
i Sunday telegram. If the reply exceeds 40 words, each additional ten or & lessen ftmaber of words will be charged at 1/5 of the reply paid telegram rate,
IS RESf 0 TP CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
V)oi2d Widbi ConimAJunicYdion^
"The filing time shown in the date line ia STANDARD TIME at place of origin, Time of receipt is STANDARD TIME at place of destination/'
1941 NOV 22   AM   8   3A
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AA190  RS
MONTREAL QUE 22
J RAMSAY
TRAV  AUD VANCOUVER  CR  TC 7 V^
y
Y W 20TH  ON THIS   OCCASION  MAKE  LAUDER, PATHOS   AT  BOTH  BRANCHES
SPECIFIED   IN ADDITION TO TST  OF   EMBEZZLE OF SALLIED  REPLY 1-M-82
E BLACKBURN
^VM RAILWAY TELEGRAM
BE BRIEF
TIME FILED
RS
CHECK
FORM 167
VANCOUVER    HOVSSffiSR    20th 1948
E.  BLACKBURN
AUDITOR OF agehtcies
MONTREAL QUE
1  - M - 80    PRESUME    THIS    PLIANCY    IS    ALCNG    LINES    FORMES
PATIENT    AUGUST    18th    1943    jam   TOUR    G - 9185?    FHXLF
BOESNT KNOW   ASP    IS    STILL    WAITING    ADVICE    EARLIER    THIS
WEEK    RECOMMjMDED    THAT    BE    INQUIRE    ADVISE
J. RAMSAY CAMADIAN PitCIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
Viotild V)ich CcrmmAWJLcGtionA.
W.D.NEIL.GeneralManager.Montreal
"The filing time shown in the date line is STANDARD TIME et place of origin. Time of receipt is STANDARD TIME at place of destination."
RAA180 RS   RX 1948 NOV 2©   AM   a   34
PR MONTREAL QUE 20
J RAMSAY
TRAV AUDITOR VANCOUVER BC CR TC  RUSH
ARRANGE CONTACT  OVERCOME OBSOLETE  PHILPS  AT THEIR LOCAL OFFICE
AND   PASSIVE OF   PITTED   OFFICES   IN MUSKY AND   OUTLAY JOLTED  REPLY  1   M
80
E BLACKBURN
TELEPHON
oo^IatI^.j
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DELIVERED
JO BE '  mau*b
Flb«5 FORM 102 (ftf*)
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vaneon-er, B. C. Aug. 33rd ,1943.
Mr. A* H. Bradford,
Audlfcer of Ajcuoiee,
Hear gir.»
y        New tm&mmmz fflitsl
Your letter of Auguet 11th file G»tl8^?-L waad returaing tuc
I aet ifr.tfelansv ef the C.N.T. vf«*lno«oay nerning Atig.i&th
ae lastrueted and at Ms suggestion, one ,laaeoiv,taj^»p%s*ed on te him
by Mr.:t»da©a,Aa«iitar c .:f .-telegraphs ,wa ©overs©" the period ef 1 month
only is tale sxau&satiett.tf* ©el«eted thMHtsnth ©f Jbae 1943.
I should »hss©"ter,say there ia aothing in tote file to
"tiivKftias ef traffic* in short atot ie th* envision.
Mr.Weisafcr was also in tha ©ark ea the aattsr.surveyx-.;, tlia ©t&teatenta
•ubciltted for the last audit ia 1940 aad *©m*-ri»g it with our ft tog.
offlee reeorde it looks te mm tha net C.P.earnings 2_..cl thea been arrivsd
at by taking the total local ylns S0£ tetal JNisial.!rhle,hsi*ev©r»ia
only conjucture.
I mode additional enquiry at the loaal c_». and C.N.T.
telegraph off lees tot they knew little tot mmm in eeqplstt agreeaeat
tbat.Ia coapetetiyo traffic .and the trams ie alaest all *©a$»©t©tiv©,
the telegraph blank used by the sender d«tera*4ias ever shish Coapaay *s
wires the aessage. ia te be taruasaltted.m* ehaek af the bttslaasa
revealed this te be tha ©euros that was being follows*.
I have, therefor© .prepared aad tm aubaltting 8tate^e»ts ia
duplicate with suffiaieat 'iaf ©motion in in©» providing detail ©f tus
build up sf the local•aoujjiat aad ©able figures for Juua.fhs conjoint
and sable totals,of e ours©, like tha loaal la © groaa figure.
m eiteoksd tas rates ia the ©ours© ©f o»r asaaiaatlfia,
e.y._u *Mffs*sas*s«
1. June ..19th 20th. Ageat included ia conjoint aessags fOg should to
local.
2. yum leth Ageat iac laded ia laeal group in error *.9.H.*a*S* m* O '      o
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY COMPANY
FORM 102
©
FILE OR CLAIM
C.9.R. Differences continued-
5. Statement in duplicate attached for C.ff.T. earnings not included
la either ©©s^anl©© asathly figures .This should rightfully to taken,/
into account in the 45.vision of trsffia. /y
4. yane 19th suit Oat 11 H.M. rated and booked 01.00 should to $1.97
5. iitsoages written ©a C.H.T. blanks to eeapetatlvs offices   bat
g.P.B.
14th   Hoaetoa        *Hxsd Te*t*      .40^
14th   Amatrong B.C. 5 Said .49y
«,I.T,  *&iffs**ae**»
ywne lot.    I*©8 Angelas 80 ».!». TOjsf Included In loosl   ■ ©ioHild
June 4th     peatold Alt© 14 paid 9ijf included in c;.H.f. ideal should
bs C.J.3.   This is a (:.r. exclusive office*
In ©aaolasloa I might suggest 1 think this i© a fairly
rcprt*B<'ntatlv* oheok aad no goad purpose woul* have been ser*vd in
©overin aoath*. Th©  business is boiag h©ad l^d, U'aaso&tteg ©ad
fcockrd in accordance with the agreement.
T©ur© truly.
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FORM  102
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
O.S.T. propoatioa
paid then at *f*att©f©J? Point*
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l?th
19th
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o
FORM  102 (*7*)
FILE OR CLAIM
Auditor of Agencies File G-3I857-B
February 2Qth 1941
Hew Hotel Vancouver
Joint Telegraph Branch Offiee©
From Mr Hudson Auditor G*H*T©
11 I find that the difference between statements submitted by
, our respective representatives is due to lack of a definite
understanding as to what revenue should be taken up on
monthly reports of traffic handled*
To arrive at an understanding for future guidance,1 am
reviewing the situation herewith as I see it for your perusal
and consideration of agreement **-
Traffic to be reported.
CHT tolls on sent paid land line messages and cable messages
which should include
A*Sent paid land line messages
B.  do     Cable     *
G.Messages  forwarded paid  from Vancouver  to  a second destination
Do  Gable  messages   sent paid  in answer  to Eps
E«  PLT cable messages
'♦Hot  to  be  Reported11
FoR 3? tolls   on sent paid cables   bearing HP
Gr.H©P©tolls   on sent  evening messages
HsMessenger  delivery charges   on singograms
I.Other.line  tolls,phone charges   or  spcl delivery charges
JaKoney transfer  charges
K.Forwarding tolls   on msg sent    paid and  forwarded  to  a
second destination
*The &bove  arrangement  is  agreed  to*
J.S.Hickey B.„7 y^
Vaneou   tf B.C,
Jane 26th»1939
J,      -*n,
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few Vancouver Hotel Branch
Th© following Instruction received from Audit office today.
*Ia ardor t© arrive at a proper division between tMs Company
and the C.N.T. of the revenue derived from telegraph business
handled at the Hew Vancouver Hotel branch office, it will be
necessary for us to be furnished monthly with a detailed statement on Form C.D.1014 of outward paid domestic messages via
C.P.B. lines, such statement to be compiled in sections, the
same as for the separation of Check Beports, Form C.D.22~A,vi_;
Local,Postal, Sao Line,N.A.T. M&MST _f * and T .& N.O. with a summary
of the totals of the various groups*
W© shall also require a monthly abstract on Form CD.60 of cable
messages filed at the new branch office for transmission via
C*P*B. sad its connections, showing full particulars of each
item, such report to be segregated by cable or wireless routes,
To complete the data required you will please submit monthly,on
form C.D*1G27 a detailed report of money aransfers accepted at «Z«
office.
All three statements should be forwarded promptly at the close of
the month, aad I shall be glad to hear from you to the effect
that the above instructions are understood aad ©ill be complied
with.
As regards the period May 25th to 31st t kindly let us have the
data therefor at the earliest possible moment.*
WiU you please arrange to have this report made up daily
so that it will be ready to submit to Audit office promptly at the
end of each month.
F.H.Bellis -"I
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CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
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FORM 102
o
FILf OR CLAIM
Vancouver, B.C. January 12th, 1S48.
JCc* B. Blackburn,
Auditor of Agencies,
a»atroftl.
Jmax  Sir
.©ntrelised Telegraph Accounting.
Tour asm© of January 6th, file 0-49276*3
• •
la respect to paragraphs 1 ©ad 2 I have
attempted to try and grasp ©hat it is that is disturbing*
At Vancouver Telegraph,in lint with other such
offices,a© check report C.P.02A. i© mad© for ©©loan A. Sub-offio©
receipts Column A is.therefore,©Is© included ia th© Vancouver figure.
Message© booked ©©©oust 8ab-0ffices are filed
dally fallowing that of Vancouver proper. %©y are not mixed through
in station order with the Vancouver meaaages aad ©re reaaily available
whenever required for my purpose*
Cheek report CD £&&• 1© made for ooluion G
incorporating cub-offices.
ash-offioe© ©eaiag under Vancouver as© a com-
hlnatioa ©ouator ©ad ©ash sheet,as per illustration attached. Sub-
office keeps carbon copy* At Vancouver original message© come into
them ooily from th& ©ub-officfc,eounter-oash sheet wo<.-XXy,al»iNi of
7th, 14th and so ©a. ife© ©meant ©f business handled is small aad it
©a© thought counter-cash sheet submitted weekly wonld suffioe.
Sas-©f£i©« also has a record of hie ■jurpatt due-
aiHs.aad a ©©py of outstanding amount© as at close ©f th© month
2!I^H!,1*nt J* 5*" b|f -*" ********** -*«-t.fli-s syetem.I think,
previdss a© satisfactorily © ©heck as ©an be exacted.
At ©a audit of the ©©©-office, o o
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE 01 CLAIM
company aa© ©ay unpaid items that may be n/B at the cut-off are
farther verified with th© record© at th© ©eatral office.
Tours truly,
Travelling Auditor*
- o o
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY.
Montreal, January 6th.  1948
G-49276-S.
Memorandum to
Travelling Auditors:-
In connection with Centralized Telegraph
Accounting it has been suggested that the Central Accounting
Office prepare one consolidated form CD. 2£A instead of a -
separate CD. 22A for each sub-office. . §
This would mean that the business for the
sub-offices would be sorted in with that of the Central Office
instead of being filed separately.* /
Will y^u kindly advise if, in your opinion,,
the T-legraph account at a sub-office can be checked satisfactorily
under the suggested system and, if so, how this can be done? If
you think it cannot be done please outline your objections. Kindly
advise promptly.
CS/E.
A. Blackburn, P \
pa ■*©.... ~j<p~~~-*^^,y
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Auditor of Agencies.
.........■........■........••••••••••••••••*••'**••*'—••*'■•••• CANADIAN W-CIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
ViotfdWida, CommMinicxdionA
W.D.NEIL, General Manager of Commi
is
V
RXRAB47 RS U v 1945 MAR 9   AM 10  55
PR MONTREAL QUE 9
J   RAMSAY
TRAVELLING  AUDITOR  VANCOUVER BC  (CARE   TC RUSH)
Y  L MARCH 7TH VANCOUVER  TELEGRAPH ALTERATIONS
HAVE  4mO OBJECTIONS   l-C-30
F  J   ROBERTSON o o
Vancouver, B. C. March ?th,194a*
Mr. F. J. Bobertson,
Auditor of Agencies,
Montreal,     Que•
Bear Sir.,
Vancouver. B. C. Telegraph*
I have been approached by Supt. of Telegraphs,
Mr* fiaymond aad Telegraph Agent Mr. Hiokey with respect to alterations
contemplated in the lay-out of our telegraph office on Hastings Street.
They have th© appropriation available aad ready to enter into a contract
for th® changes.
Wherein they feel we should,perhaps,be considered
in the proposed changes is in the matter of the Cashier at the present
time protected and housed in a metal grille work"cage and they would like
to do away with this cage altogether.They also propose to change his
location more to the rear of the office,right alongside the agent's
private office and beside the assistant agent ©hose desk ©ill be immediately to his right* In place of the cage they have in mind building a
wooden compartment 6 x 6| with door to the rear.These door will have a
spring in it so that it may always be kept closed. The woodwork of the
compartment will be counter high and then shatter-proof glass from the
counter up making a total height of the compartment from the floor
5 feet 6 inches or 5 feet 8 inches* The opening or wioket through which
the public will transact business with the cashier will be glass and
small enough there will he no possibility of anyone being able to reach
ia and tamper with anything ©n th© counter*
Cashier's safs will be housed in this compartment
under the counter. There will also be two tills one for the cashier,the
other for the assistant cashier during relief period©.
There are three connections to the burglar alarm
system.one in the cashier's cage,another at the front eounter and another
in ths delivery .The delivery counter will be to the rear of the ©ashler.
Xt looks to me ©hat Supt* has in mind,©© abova,
will provide ample protection for the cashier but before making any reply
I would like to hear from you if you ar© willing to ooncur in the wooden
compartment and if you have any other recommendations in mind.
Kindly wire or air mail reply.
Tours truly. c*
«
£
PS
S
2
5
-oo
v   Vancouver,  B.C.f May 18th f  1951.
Mr©  J* J. Hiekey,
General Agent,
Communications flepartment,
Vancouver* B.C.
Ilorth Vancouver branch Office
204*11*
Referring to your letter of May  8thf  file
arrangement  into
the handling of U
1 can aee no objection to putting the sane
\Cect at Ilorth Vancouver Branch v?ith respect to
transfers as at the Hotel  Vancouver Branch.
Agent  could bank funds  daily and now has jfcfe&
a safe  for the protection of cash received after banking hours.
?j»i
\uditor. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
im     Vancouver,  B.C.,
204.11 May 8th» 1951
FILE  OR   CLAIf.
FORM   I02A
Mr©RMillsf
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver,  B#C#
Dear Sir:
Re North Vancouver Office
Please note attached mailgrame Would be glad if you
would advise your wishes in the matter. Our understanding is
that same will be handled in the same manner as our Hotel
Vancouver Branch,
a safe.
The North Vancouver office has been furnished with
Yours truly,
K/g DIAN PACIFIC
LEGRAPHJ
W.   D.   NEIL,
|   CLASSES OP SERVICE   |
1    Full Rata
Day Utter
1    Night Message
|    Night Letter
1    PLACE X OPPOSITE    1
I      SERVICE DESIRED
ERAL   MANAGER.   MONTREAL
ACCOUNTING REFERENCE
CHECK
TIME FILED
Semi the feltemng meeemge, subject te the terms en back hereof, which are hereby agreed to.
COPY
Vancouver,'B.C. May S, 1951*
Mailgram
Mr. J. J. Hickev....Vancouver
Referring to your Mailgram April 30th re North Vancouver, Joint
Money Transfer Office, I have received the following from the General
Superintendent at Winnipeg:-
"It is assumed party referred to is CPR empl
behalf of ourselves and GNT. We are advised only thin
make application for Bond showing notation that party
who will handle Canadian National cash.  As Vancouver
office no further authorization is necessary. Mr. Pes
that it would be.advisable for you to consult with Loc
Auditor and obtain his approval of whatever routine is
lished.  If you will advise me regarding the employee
Mr. Blackler for the necessary authority and bonding."
oyee acting on
g necessary to
is CPR employee
is Money Order
cud suggests
al Travelling
to be estab-
I will wire
T-92
R.V.T. _ Pi, FKSCTJD, Assistant Geaeral Manager, Montreal, Qua,,
L. 38. HAMSON, General Superintendent, Montreal, Que. P. G. McLEAN, General Superintendent, Winnipeg, Man.
L. W. NEALE, Superintendent, Sudbury, Ont. R. V. TOMBE, Superintendent, Vancouver, B.C.
L. A. RAYMOND, Superintendent, Toronto, Ont. T. H. HOLMES, Superintendent, Calgary, Alta.
W. S. EMERY, Superintendent, Montreal, Que. A. E. EMERY, Superintendent, Moose Jaw, Sask.
D. LESLIE, Superintendent, Saint John, N.B. E. ELSEY, Superintendent, Winnipeg, Man.
" TERMS AND CONDITIONS UPON WHICH TELEGRAPH AND CABLE MESSAGES SHALL BE TRANSMITTED
ARE PRESCRIBED  BY ORDER No. 49274  DATED  DECEMBER 5th, 1932, OF THE BOARD  OF TRANSPORT 4)
COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA, AND PUBLISHED IN THE CANADA GAZETTE.
It Ifl agree- between the sender of the message, on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company shall not be liable for damages arising from
failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or
otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for. errors in cypher or obscure messages, or for errors from illegible writing, beyond the
amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate, and in that case the Company shall
be liable for damages, suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200, due to the negligence of the Company in the transmission or. delivery of the telegram.
Correctness in the transmission and delivery of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreedjamount of risk, and payment of premium
thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz.: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and two pes
cent, for any greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The.Company shall not be responsible for messages
Until the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices; if a message is sent to such office by one of the Company's messengers he acts for
that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone the person receiving the message acts therein as agent of the sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender. This Company shall not be liable in any case for damages, unless the same be claimed, in writing, within sixty $lays %f te_ Egceipt of the
telegram for transmission.
No employee of the Company shall vary the foregoing.
CLASSES OF SERVICE
PULL RATS TELEGRAM
A full-rate expedited serviced
NIGHT TELEGRAM
Accepted up to 2 a.m. at reduced rates, to be sent during the night and
delivered on the morning of the next day after their date at places where the
Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on the morning of the next
ensuing business day at places where the Company's offices are not open on
Sundays.
DAY LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard telegram rates
afl follows: One and one-half times the ten-word day telegram rate for the
transmission of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of the initial rate for such
60 words for each additional 10 words or less.
Day letters may be forwarded by the Company as a deferred service,
and the transmission and delivery of such Day Letters are, \n all respects,
subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate telegrams.
Day Letters may be delivered by the Company by telephoning the same
ta the addressees and such deliveries shall be a complete discharge of the
obligation of the Company to deltas*
Day Letters are received subject to the express understanding and
agreement that the Company does not undertake that a Day Letter shall be
delivered on the day of its date absolutely and at all events; but that the
Company's obligation in this respect is subject to the condition that there
Shall remain sufficient time for the transmission and delivery of such Day
Letter on the day of its date during regular office hours, subject to the
priority of the transmission of full-rate telegrams under the conditions
named above.
NIGHT LETTERS
Accepted up to 2 a.m. for delivery on the morning of the next day after
their date at places where the Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on
the morning of the next ensuing business day at places where the Company's
offices are not open on Sundays, at rates still lower than its standard night
telegram rates as follows: The standard day rate for 10 words for the
transmission of 50 words or less and one-fifth of the initial rate for such
50 words for each additional 10 words or less.
Night Letters may, at the option of the Company, be mailed at destination to the addressees, and the Company shall be deemed to have discharged
its obligation in such cases with respect to delivery by mailing such Night-
Letters at destination, postage prepaid, 

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