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Array //////// Vancouver,  3.0.  May  ?thf  1926.
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.liter o:? A/rencies, 145796.
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Salmon in Store al Vancouver T^liarf.
.Bjferring  fee your latter April loth v;ith  uneluairxg
letter*  returned herewith.
1  since wrote you  stilly*   April 1&%U$   explaining   the
&itu -tion,  &nd prmwrnM that action lias  einee been taken "by the traffic
•it vith a Tiaw of taking care of teamed salmon thatj   far variuui
reasons,  did not load to  ship  aa   intended.
Jouris  truly, CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C.  J.   BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.  W.   URWIN,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
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Montreal,   April 15th ,  1926.
km  I,  Eennant, Esq* ,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver! B.C*
Dear Sir:-
Salmon in Store at fancouver Wharf
Your letter of 5rd instant.
Please note my  letter of 25th ult* , to above
agent and his reply April 7th re S/Dr* 93j_\ B/Sheet 14/5/26
for storage on a shipment of ten cases salmon which was teamed
to our dock to go forward on S. S. *Waitemata*, but owing to a
shortage of labels, was shut out and remained on our dock until
March 7th before being forwarded on S. S# *Aorangi*.
You stated in your letter above-mentioned,you
had the question of teamed shipments, on hand for some time in
our sheds, under discussion with D.P.A. and C.A. Line, and would
write me fully within the next few daya* Please let me hear
from you early with return of file*
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Salmon Storage e Lot #709u.
Yours  of February &#&  addreeeed to . .1.
»/fc 30*5 B«pt»l4i) til have Bhomri 1000 ?; tee delivers
from ahove lot? instead of 100 e:*&ee,. :iom 1676 to ahed duly covered
1000 Case*; hut clerk failed to check thie record againet 1**0m 1703A,
and mads  error in entering delivery iif-ainet ealnon record aa 100 Cheats.
Agent wae$ unfortunately,  obliged to place u ic
service  clerk in charge of the salmon records.   This  particular clerk ie  a
■•*ood wan to taka charge of Stationery f.iae?  ur tome etlier lxi;ht duty,
I hae  vary little head fur anyUixiic;   fc&at  r^u ires  t. w.
q  eket j   in ;. ere  talmon It  ate red,   are
.  to list all  salr&on in fcuore at  lip  end of each non«h  (should a
et earner he load! liet soun ^£  ship ciearej   and hand
hsim i.i'yQ  Balmon oleics I   rocords- of ba]
I  find that he allowed checkers   to discontinue this  gfiMIti
ly last.  yle elaiirie to have %]   m lOHBfc rna&e up littfc,   fro©
to what aalmon wae  supposed to -de,   and thia
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AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
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ASST.   AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
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ASST.   AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
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ASST.   AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
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ASST.   AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
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AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
MONTREAL,
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C. J.   BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF AGENCII
ASST.   AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
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C.  J.   BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
MONTREAL, loufh   truly|
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On requesting to he shown these lists I  an tc-ld that he
destroyed them after they having served the purpose.? He evf*a did not
have a carbon copy of the lists he cl aline   to  have sent  te  chec^ors.
r-ometime  in January this  point to  the  attention of ono of the staff,
and instructions rmre a{rfain iasued that checkers rust send In monthly
lists of salmon ta store.  The tmmMPf list on being checked up revealed
the errors  referred to in your letters of February 5th and  313 ,
Ab pointed out to arent,   it was- hardly lii,aly that lifita
sent check ere  xn a apt.  Oct.   -iov.   rind Bee.   would fail  to up the  error
of 250 Caaea  in T.-ot #7137,   3013c letter February 6th,.   The cleric did not
send thn lists  to checkers,   or.  lie  failed to  Ehow that balance of 250 C'/e
for four coneecuitive aonthaj   arhiclt *»&&   hardly likely.  We . j «-.hle  to
check clerk's   ^tatu^cnt in    hie connbction#
In looking into tkeee  iiecrepaixoiee 1  find other
directions  in which thia clerk,    wd check ere,  have failed  If  earry out
ins tractions -   and this  hae  led  -ne  into   3-iat method of handling Wharfingers
R#eelp4t|  whiek ia covered hy yeur file. 0-145796.
Kr,  KeCrea hae  m^er had an opportunity e£ : a
personal  thorough grasp of the details  of our nethod of handling thia
traffic,   and,   at his  request,   wa  1 m   no v.  ROing  into  coriE: 1  detail.
It  ia  vary difficult  for him to  nive me hie  attention ./ut  frequent
international  and thia  retards  our efforts•  However$   it will pay to take   t
the time to do  s#|  as ha is an agent V at v/iil personally check up and
seo that instructions  to hia  staff are correctly carried out.
I will write yeu   further under file G~1457- pst/rw«
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
C* 1.   BLACK,
AUDITOR CF AGENCIES
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R.  W.   URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B. ARNUM,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF    THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
B.  2 2 3 5 5 2        Montreal, February 5th lf 23.
A.L. MoConnell Esq*
Travelling Auditor*  C.P.R*
Vancouver. SuC*
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I %m today in reoeipt of a corrected xKxvsfc
report,  30*5,  2nd sheet,  dated September l*th 1922^ correcting
the number of packages delivered lot Ro. TOfJJha/e Wallace
Pisheries,   from 100 eases to SOOO*
the original report reads 100 oases
delivered and balance^ In store of 900  cases.
Kindly look into this and advise why this
difference was only reported discovered on January 30th,  and why
100 eases were reported delivered,  if the whole consignment of
1000 oases had been shipped out 011 September J*th.
Auditor of Agencies. C«   J" *  Bi ack,   Be q»,
Auditor of Agencies, .   B*223552.
T)aar Sirj-
;torage * tot # 7729»
Yours el the &tli February  addressed to lir,   ,oconneii«
Please see my remark*  in letter of date?  in reply to
you re  o£  rabruary 5 th,   re lot §7®9Qn
This  1000 Cases -r Lot # 7729  duly tellter^l nee
22nd,   shown on Pom 1676*   hut clartc failed  to check against   -ora 1703A,
and wflwi%wi_iiMWH_l did -not  enter deliYerj   through hie sal mm records.
Yours  truly, psf/rw.
• CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
C.  J.   BLACK,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.  W.   URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B. ARNUM,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF    THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
B.  2 2 3 5 5 2      Montreal, February 5th I923,
A.L. MoConnell Bbc^.
Travelling Auditor C.P.R.
Vancouver.  B.O.
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Delivery report J5165,   December 22nd 1922.
Referring to the above mentioned
delivery report,  I note that on Beoember ZZnti 1922,  1000 eases
Salmon were delivered Lot Bo.  ??29 a/o of the Imperial Bank of
Canada,  but were omitted  from the delivery report of that date.
Please advise why this shipment was
not  reported on December 22nd,  and why it was only discovered
on  January  30th  1923*
Auditor of Agencies. //////// V<     i  rer*B*0« I5iui,i92i.
Auditor of Agencies, < B- 223552.
•"untreal,
Salmon Storage - Lot # 7137,
Yours  of Pehrusry  6th  to ";;r,  KcConnell.
PI i ,1  oxpl ana t ion In latter- g f date  re.
Lot #7095,  your letter Why. 5th,.
Tom 1676 duly cohered £00 Cases delivered Bept.l4fck
out of Lot #7137; but clerk failad to anter in salmon record er check
agaltttt  "l?orm 1703A sent your ofrlce.
We,  of course,  have now been aaeured that proper check
v-111 be made in future,   and these errora avoided,  but I have little faith
in. the clerk in charge of thee a  records.
Agent will pereenally keep an eye on hie werk,  and make
a change if neceeeary improvenent  ii  not  forthcoming.
You re  truly,
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF    THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C.  J.   BLACK,
AUDITOR^OF AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B. ARNUM,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
8.  2 2 5 | 5 2      Montreal, February $%h lf23#
A.L. McDonnell Esq.
Travelling Auditor C.P.Ri
Vancouver B#C#
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In  furtherance of my letter of the Jth
inst,  I have to-day received another additional report  30<$
dated September l*tth,  reporting 2^0 cases Salmon delivered
Lot 7137 and balance N I L»
I would refer you to the   following
reports;—
B/fc.     30#6    September l$th    325 o/s delivered    balance    ^2$
30«7 llth      25 fcOQ
3096 25th    150 250
You will note that on these datea,
according to the reports I received correct balances were
reported, therefore would like an explanation why this
additional report should be dated September l%th when the
other reports showed that the balance in store included the
250 oases now reported delivered.
H Please advise.
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Auditor of "Agencies ///////// ¥ane • *• er. T>. C. i?eb,y. 2nd/22.
C. J. Black, laq.,
Auditor cf A.-*nci«af B-174222.
Montreal.
Dear Sir:-
Salmon in Storage at Vancouver Wharf Dec.12/21.
Your* cf the 17th ult.
Lot 5108 showed in records ae 1388 caaea and explains
why I did not catch thie difference.
It is now presumed that lot 55S2 - 5000 Caaea- wae
discharged and placed in jshed close t# balance of lot 5108. neeerde ekei.-
4999 caaea clearing eut of let 5582; But owner* do not claim any balance
es this lot, and are giving us an ord^r te clear 1 eatem .uged ia culling.
Evidently 1 case of !§t 5108 haa bean cheeked am  belonging tt lot 5582.
D/R  2922 l*eby.let will show 1 casern clearing lot 5582, and thie canex
has now been carded ae let 5108' making balance 10 cases on  hand.
Under the circumstances I think thie adjustment will
have te be accepted aa being the correct selutiea.
Yours truly,
T.A. *&
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
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R, W.  URWIN,
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM,
ASST. AUDITOR  OF   AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
MONTREAL,
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C. J. Blaek, E&q*,
Auditor of Agencies, B-174222.
Mentreal.
Bear Sir:-
Check of Salmon in Storage at-Vancouver lharf
23*ce_iLb»r lath,1921«
Your*  of the 23rd uit.
d/R 2885  covering  25 cases lot 6208 pat  correct aa
•ripinally reperted,   and wa* loaded to s/S- wMa.kura® Dec *  10th.
Ownere  itsued thie aub-erder Dec.  fcth to  cover,  and em
the 10th ifetued sub-order  for 50 case*  te load te  S/S  ^Waukawa^eailing
Dec.  18th.  Clerk issued tha necessary order*  on checker for both
ehipmenta;  but failed to   issue D/fc covering  the 50 eaae*.  When, checking
tip fchedn lany 13th tfci*  shortage wae discovered,  and an  incorrect
adjustment wa* made.  Amended B/r should have been  issued te  cover the
50 caee* omitted from B/R report Dee.  12th.   It will  only complicate
matter*  tt  is*u# further amended report*,  and I have made necessary
explaining notatien againet the let*
Thie  50 eaae shipment mm n®£ marked up fmr the Waikawa
when I checked aheda  en Bee.12th.   therefere 75 caee* on hand a* ehowit
by me wa* cerrect.
I might aay that clerk in charge ef aalmon record* wa*
transferred to thia work a few months age.  He is #ne ef  the long service
men whe ha* mere service than brain*,  and it  ia very difficult te
@ffUf*at__   "h-iwi      ^____a_& •_*__.**       i~-    * -     -s      ■ -	 # 2 C.J.Black, Esq.,
and complaints «?ill be eliminated in the near future.
Yours truly,
T.A. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
PST/RHG
C.J.   BLACK,
AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
R.  W.   URWIN,
ASST.   AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM,
ASST.   AUDITOR  OF AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
B- 1 7 ^ 2 2 2
MONTREAL,
Jan, 23rd 1922
A.W.Tennant Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B*.C.
Check of Salmon in Storage
at Jv'ancQuver_ Wharf J3ec ^ 12th,
Referring to the above and sheet 36  of your
report,
Lot Ho. 620o a/c Gosse Millerd &   Co - D/R
2 ##5 of Dec. 10th showed a delivery of 25 cases, leaving
balance in storage of 75 cases,  which quantity you recorded
as being in stock on Dec. 12th. I have today received a corrected delivery report altering the delivery from 25 cases
to 75 cases leaving a balance _of 25 cases in storage on Dec.
10th.
Will you please look into this and advise how
75 cases were shown to be in storage on your report of Dec.
12th when according to this corrected delivery report only
25 cases could have been on hand at that date.
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C. J•  Black, E*q.|
Auditor ol Agenciec, B-186092.
Mentreal.
Bear Sir:-
Suplementary J)/bi 2598 datt»d B#e.   30th, 1921
and received January 23rd/22«
Your* ef the 14th  ult.
Thia  wa* a slip-up  on the part  af checker JPaullti,   who
delivered shipment cn   the regular number  2 expense hill  under pre 12/
9550..   Shipment wae  consigned te  the Mainland iranefer Ge.   they are net
in the ealmen buaine*ef  and the lot evidently consigned  te  Lhem £*&
carting; and distribution.     We put  it  through our ealmen record*  in the
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usual ?/ay,  and checker should only deliver en pre*eua^ieR s,t eur salmon
delivery order*     The M.f.Cef  teok out their He.  2 and took it direct te
ehed and obtained delivery.  They *heuld have been referred te *A_Uft*£
clerk fer *alm@n delivery order.   Check ef salmon in ehede  on Jany.13th
caught   thie  error and brought aheut adjustment.
I de net appear te have received your E~ 174222 dated
January 13th. Letter*  under that  file dated January 17th,  19th and 23rd9
duly te hand.  However9,  I have pointed eut  te clerk that' tee many error*
and correction* are being made  in handling thie accounts
Yeur*  truly#
3 aM.. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
PST/RHG
C.J.   BLACK.
AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
R.  W.   URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
B-  1 g 6 0  9  2
MONTREAL, Jan.   Uth  1922
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Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
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Supplementary D/R 239S dated
Dec. 50th 1921 and Rec. Jan. 23rd
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The above delivery report advises 25 cases ,
Salmon delivered a/c Mainland Transfer Co. A footnote reads
"Delivered by Foreman W.Paull on Pro 12/9550 without a Salmon
order" Reported 17/1/22". Please advise why a delivery was made
without an order and not reported until3. nearly three wee&s
after date of delivery. I would also point out to you that it
is becoming a regular practice to forward amended and supplementary reports to this office, daysyand in many cases weeks,
after goods have been delivered.
See my 3-17*1-222*' of yesterday1 s date in this
connection. Will you please take this matter up with Agent
as it should not be allowed to continue and advise.
Auditor of Agencies. ///////// Vancouver.B.C. Jany«31*t/£2.
C. J, Black, Beq#f
Auditor of Agenciesf        B-174222*
Montreal.
Dear Sir.*
Check of Salmon xn Storage at Vancouver Wharf
December 12th/s_2.
Yours of the 19th inst.
. You will note that B.C.C.S. Tariff 245 provide* a special
eteimge rate on canned fiah. Shed atorage rate* on other traffio cannot
therefore he applied in this instance.
Your* truly9
T.A. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
•   PST/RHG
C.J.   B1.ACK,
AUDITOR  OF   AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN,
ASST.   AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
B- 1 7 k  2 2 2     Montreal,    Jan. 19th 1922
A.W.Tennant Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Check of Salmon in Storage
at Vancouver Wharf Dec. 12th.
• Yours of the 9th inst regarding MjP-B.DesBrisay1 s
a/c. I note that Storage has been assessed on the 27$ Cases in
question, for k  months ( 3 Months © 50^ &  1- Month © 75^)
As this consignment was not shipped out but
delivered locally should not the regular shed storage rate have
been assessed?
Please advise.
Auditor of Agencies /
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C. J. Blacky I*$*j
Auditor of Agenciesf B-174222.
ntreal.
Bear Sir:-
Check of Salmon in Storage at  Vancouver Wharf,
December 12th,  1921.
reUTS   of  tho   2Sth   uit.
Variou*  lot*,   5448  to  5477  totalling  6292 eaae*,   ehew*
on your jaomo  sheet  2 aere all  omit tad from D/R*  2806 & 07 August  25th/21
and I now attach fcupiezaeatary- report*  to cover*
Lot  5705 *   705 Case*,   fe  find that  thia  let wa* duplicated
under Lot  5732,   but you ware not advised to cafecell  the latter,  D/R 2830
reported out  70S Ca*»e  underlet  5732  inatead of Lot 5705*   I now- attach
d/e 2181  to  correct your  record*.
Lot  5834,   29 Case**   Lot  5108,   9  Cage*  would appear  to   be
correct*  liecerd*  *how d/Rb ft eat you'a*  fellow*:-
Lot  3875• , Lot  5103.
D/R 2397  Aug.30/19,     1  Cast, D/S 2711 ^ar.8/£l.  1328 C/*
2408 Sept.18'       12 2729  Apl.7 50
2409 Sept ♦ 19 2 2786 J til., 29 1
2437  Oct. 31         402                                                                                              ^XWTZ~~
2445 HOV.10           22
2454   . .   .22, 30
2477 Jam.2/20.     40
2585 Augft5 85 This was  covered by order  for 87  caets;   but  only
85 c/e  shipped.  -Record* reduced to  read 85;   but I
am unable to locate a&y correction sent you.?
2752 May 20/21     33
2761 June 6 10
2736 Jul  29 2
2790 Aug.l 32
671 # 2  C.J.Black,   E*q.»
Lot  5834.  D/R 2846 Oct.   14/21  omitted to  *how 1 c/*,   and
I nov? *s i^lemotttary to cover.
tots 6164 & 6167 have since been corrected and agree with
yQixv record*.   239w»#e alterations  due to shipper cancelling part of shipment*  :rdored loaded to c.A.Line steamer.  Shipper1*  order reduced
accordingly,  and the balances remain i* r#.
Regarding X.  Dee.Brieay*  *hip&iente_  Heloa**  order* called
for local delivery,  and  I doubt  it   i aid be advieablo to place  theee
balance© back  into our  ialmoa *tora$#  under the original lot number**
Delivery or&^r i*   in  the hand*  tf the owner,   and when he call*   for  the
remaining balance* will  be referred to  the office for additional storage..
The latter will  then be i- care of under regular *torage account i^rm
1055.   In fact;  part of these shipment* have recently been delivered,   and
storage  of #23.10 protected will  appear on .P. 1055 W/& Jany .7th/22. •
If the release order* alee cover refcr#arding  instructions,   and,   for some* reason,' the quantity changed I would agree  that our
record*  should be corrected;  But on local delivery.,  we do not fcnew when
the order will be presented at *h*d*,   and we cannot very well  question
the aaatter  until  owner doe* call  to  complete delivery,
Yours  truly, /
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
ADO.
C.  J.  BLACK,
AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
R.  W.   URWIN,
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM,
ASST. AUDITOR OF   AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
B _B»1 7   ^ 2 2 2..
B  MxfxfefXixiX-    MONTREAL'     December 2*fch  1921.
A.W.Tennant,   Esq. ,
Travelling  Auditor,
Vancouver,   B.C.
Check of  Salmon  in  Storage
afc, V^ncouvgr,_Whar£;iiltuLil^c.   12tl*\.
Attached you will   find sheets marked 1&2 giving details    of the  differences between my  records and those
you  sent*   Regarding  sheet   2,   I  can   find no trace of these lots
having been  delivered,  therefore,  please advise  as  soon as
possible,   and  send the  required reports.    The  same  applies to
sheet   1,   first three  items.
Regarding the  quantity of salmon held over  for
shipment,   sheet  6&7»  I && unable to   check these  as actually being
in  storage,   for as you  are  aware,   ^hen I  receive  delivery  reports
on whicfe storage  has been  assessed the transactions are  closed
out  in my book.   I have,   however,   noted date to be  shipped by
steamer.
With regard to  sheet 6  a/c    I^.Des Brisay,  you  state :-
^Consignees only took out  part   delivery of these  shipments,  and
additional  shed storage to be   collected when balancef called for?
Why  did the  Agent  not   send in   corrected reports,   as
out  of 9^3 cases,  6#5   cases have  remained in  storage  since  Sept/21
and on  which  considerable  Storage  Charg&*3have  already  accrued.
Please advise.
Auditor of    Agencies, ///V////'Vancouver.  T.  CU  July
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