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te  Pursers   invelv.4.
Aa  request ei. I am' at tao                     'an**
Purser,   SS"P/-Tsa.a» for Tune  21st*
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Form A.A, 41
ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT
At an examination of the-Accounts of our Telegraph Agent at..
made.
.Z....AY...
..the following monthly bills were found charged to your account:
MONTH
AMOUNT
DATE  RENDERED
mU>
REMARKS
To enable me to verify our Agent's Account, wiiS you please compart this statement with yaur bosks, and if found
correct affix your signature beiow, returning this statement to me in the enclosed .envelope, and oblige,
on.
rho_/ffmounts named above as being due to the Canadian  Pacific Hallway Company, -were unpaid
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. FORM   103
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM     Jjm^    00    2    9    1
Montreal, 7th August/34
A.W.Tennant 3s q,
travelling Auditor, C.P.fi.,
Vancouver, B*C*
Mercs and Bar Receipts  *Princeas Joan11
Victoria-Port .angeles run.
Re 1erring  to your letter 2?th July/34.    I am
afraid you have not got  the right idea  of  this  matter*    I do not
i/sant  to knon  exactly hon much money nas  taken in Canadian waters
and hois much in U.S.natera, "but nhen a trip ia made, nhieh involves
tooth TJ*S#and Canadian  territory! then  the total proceeds  of eueh
trip should be listed separately from those  of other trips nhich are
in purely Canadian waters.  #for instance,   the proceeds from
Victoria to Port Angeles  trip should  be kept  separate from the
Victoria,Vancouver and Nanaimo routes.
With regard  te the corrected statements -which
Purser of  the  ••Princess  Joan11 sent me* I return herewith one of the
statements,  total is  shomn as $55*96* whereas details add #49*66 -
difference no uld appear to be account receipts for 21at  June,  shonn
as t*3*70,  nhereas apparently it should  be $10*00. Please have   this
fixed up,  and corrected statement sent met as  soon as possible,
also instruct Purser in accordance nith the foregoing.
iiujritor of Agencies* •• \    ^ n
Ar
receipts makes
■y
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special  r^n inta  American
irts.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Victoria* B.C* July* 31st 19S4*
Mr. A.W. Tennant*
Travelling Auditor*
Vancouver* B.C.
Dear Sir*-
In coroiection with your lettexs to me ©f the
14th.* and 28th inst.* the forsser dealing with Newcastle Island*
and the latter with Bar and Mews Stand receipts Vietoria-Porb
Angelesj would say for your information* that these Batters
have been attended to*
Yours faithfully
JSB/P
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8*   Arnua,   Ssq«*
Auditor af Agencies*
Montreal*
r^ear Sir:-
Ttee alseve refers tt my repert #3286.
Please cerrect my letter ta yeu te  rea* i
*Tuly 26 th,1st depesit centring Vanceuver- fanaiae & return^
'iturs   trulyf couYer-j  .     ly 2?tto,1934.
r~. Arnua, ?sq«*
Auditor ef Agencies*
•noreal*
TSm*2£ Y*    C*
tr;-
^-®wb  and Bar receipts "Princess   ElizabetM1
Victoria-Port Angeles Saute.
*ed
?«*,   am
;  as  s fc a 1
receipts Tuna  23tfc-30tb  an*   Tu;
te  alse  cever 14ih ant 21st  July,
ly  25tk te year L-5M292,   it   is   illegible   to  ad*-
tf receipts  en each  run*   and sales aade   i i an Tat
xved  at^
rapart  3286,   enclaaad,   explains   t
handle A accounting  tfcese receipts,   an* wr,at  ir^hi\A
n§w bsen  ^iven pursers  as  tt   future  accounting ef these
Cepiee ef fera ' .C*   >S*6  have  itet pi re
§  a teaser,  "but purser appears   te have separ
/•aipts *hcn   i up statements  in support
■ires
--^enta ceverinj
inn true ted teisi
33
b.e<
ted af
Lens  tim:ra
ivenues.
»d en
■ar and   Suffett
lis  taken.
I   enclese cepy  of my letter date addressed  te Catering
Superintendent,   and will  tike up with Purser   ^p/eharlrtte11  an nor
arrival   hare Vondayt
Yeurs   trulyf
• A. p
.couver,
•ly  27tk,   1934.
Amur*,   ?'sq..,
Auditar af Agencies*
'tntreal*
^ear r>ir:-
tews  and Ear *\ec£i*ts "Princess  Joan"
victeria-Pert  Angeles  run.
CSV
Beferring  tt  yeur T> 500291  and wires  exchanged 24tk  inst#
regarding abeve.
ad Purser forward yeu ad statements
S  fer      '  e      lite 21et~3Qth,   r^ly  7th~14th & 21st,
at,   ©wine -ied el idling,   14   .is   i s^essible
act  sales autde «n any particular run.
rac&ics  nas  been far sws   and  Birffett attendants
eptsit  te,purser,   regardless of tbe  run,  and*
sse services  are *pen fes   - ic,   i itked
trlag abeve n
weuli  advise
irrive at  t
and was  net   in line wit 3  cut-eff  xn
Lffett,
*edi ¥ieterli
>UY&r
tm  rriace ene daiiji
ef  cutieff at   Sei
"*er example;
Tuly  22nd Bmi - *ffett
s f 31 s t ?   a *td   - a nc ^ uv er- vranaiae
Tuly 23rd Par Receipts  |1.35 Buffet! *;12.60 severed '      seuve-r-victiiria
nifht ef 22nd!   and Victoria-Part  Angeles Urs en 23rd.
©re,   nu  record r^as   been kept ef sales made  wnile  in American
Waters*   Absut  #ne  half  fhe  run is   xn Canadian Waters  and attendants
advise that sales made while in Aaerlcaa Waters  are vary United.
"{■'-eee services  are clesed dewn while stealer is  in P^rt  Angeles.
I   w©uld alse mention that  ne  beer is  seld on t.nese
steamers-,   B.n&, 'bar receipts  are confined  te   mineral  waters  erily.
It  weuld "ba my understanding that yen de   net  require
separation ^f buffett sales made  xn Canadian and American Waters?
Regular ideals   are  served in  the dining  r##m,   nut   n#  separation is
ae&ed   far in  that cennectien*
ion will   n@te   ta&t,  bar sales  are very small",   and it
weuli 'be  reasonable   te  presuae  that,   at least,   50/> were sales made
wbile  in Canadian Waters.
fewe  Stand sales   have 'been rather large,  but  it  is
aggible te   s^gieat aaeunt of sales  actually made while in American
Watere.   Attendant state*  that few ©ales  ure made skertly after
leaving Yieteria,
On  Tune 19 tin   the  news  stand was lied hy twe  attendant* C-3
Arnua,  Esq.*
Bni   ii I   instance purser was  in a position  to   shew sales  ©f #6.36
@n the P@rt  Angela*  run,,   and   :o.50 victria-Vanceuver*
I  have instructed pursers   that   sews  and b^ffett
attendants aust  in  future aalce twe  iep#sits  daily,   ea  that fhe
-:e   far  eaefe  run can Tr-e  arrived  at,   Alse  tkat  all  news  and bar
sales »ade while  in American Waters  mast be listed,- te   that purser can
correctly separate fer y®nr inf.. Leu*,   is  cash  register is  in use
at  news  stand.
*de by Is ehdants  will  xn future be
ass   fellewe;-
Tuly  26iM#   1st
1st
2nd
revenue  fer each  run,
addressed te .Purser  ":
• •
<#                 ;ria-Pert
..           .cteria-Vanc
ant
Vic tori
required  in yeur i*t
abetk11.
r_s • I _*__]   |
a t u r n
>arate the
^2   Taly  >;lstt
Sales -en f^j
1310,   ee   that  -sethed ef reperting  te yeu
■rB&r&  .*ra aware  that ne  separatien ef j
tade en  tha Vaneouver-Victeria-  Seattle  ran,   and did
my  separation was   necessary on  the 1icteria-Pert  Angelas   run
Heport #3286  attached*
, yyY      y-.yy
11 be uniform,
,.<te  are
knew that
Sfeuuri  truly*
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S. S. Prinoeaa Jean Perlea ending June Slat, 1924
Date
Viet.
Pt.Ang
Bar
IC
9&*
June 15th.US   £■(*,
&rS&
Can
•
16
4$f
17
US    n
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19
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Total
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1
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15.00
4.15
3*40
3.40
2.95
2.70
14.20
18.70
32.00
Puraer Victeria-Vaneouver~Nanaim©-Port Angeles Route
Bar & Lunch Counter Sales
S.  S. Princess Jean Peried ending June 21st. 1924
Bate             Viot-
Bar
Jiane 15th.US    £$
Can
Pt.Ang*
LC
2.50
Vict-
^mBa
•Vanor
LC
Vanor. Han.
Bar     LC
Total
2.50
16
15.20
15.20
17
US
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4.15
4.15
18
19
20
US
Cafe
/*>'
7 7
S.95
a.
2.40
Hil
2.40
S.95
SI
US
Can
2.70
i
2.70
14.20
18.70 22.00
turser Victoria-VanoouTer-Uanaimo-Port Angeles Rotate
Bar & Limah Counter Sales
S. s. Prineeaa Jean Period ending Jttne 30th. 1924
Batl
Viot -
Bar
Pt. Ang.
LO
Viet -
Bar
Vanor
LC
Vanor - las
Bar         LO
Amount
Jim SS
nil
S3
1.40
6.75
8.15
14
1.90
31.83
33,76
85
1.10
3.15
4.85
29
3.25
5,35
S7
1.00
8.SO
3.SO
28
.90
9.75
10.65
89
*55
4.05
4.60
30
S.S5
42.80
45.15
4.05
16.15
5.05
90.13
115.40
Purser Viet©ria~Van©ouver-llanalme~P©rt Angelea Eente
Bar & Luneh Counter Sales
S. S. Prinoess Jean Period ending   July   991k*       1934
Bate         Vlet.Pt.Ang.
Viet-
•Vanor
Vanor-Han
Amount
Bar     LO
Bar
LC
Bar     LC
,   #»#
ul. 1 US   M 1#U#
<
10.75
Can
1$M
2
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80.80
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3 US    f ♦    &*30
6.30
Can »
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4
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19.76
5 us   H& Jbm
5.50
Can
©
99*
J** u3w
18.90
7US   ***wfif
11*^0
38.76
118.85
145.60
Purser Vleteria-Vanoouver-Hanalme-Port Angeles Rent.
Bar & Lunch Counter Sales
8.   S. Prineeas Jean Period ending July 14th. 1934
Bate
Viot-Pt.Ang.
Viet-
■Vanor.
Vano-Ban
Amount
Bar
LO
Bar
LC
Bar     L0#
Jul    8
#
$9*   40-rir5
40.15
9
US
Can
Xo
llif
7.95
10
Mm       k^
Iff
7-MP   14*05
14.05
11
US
Can
74
"hriif
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7.10
IS
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10.15
13
US
H&
SmmmW
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9.00
14
40.15
84.05
104.60
188.55
Purser Victeria-Vaneouver-Haimimo-Port Angeles Route
Bar & Lunoh Counter Sales
S.  S. Prinoess Jean Period ending    July Slat. 1934
Bate Viot-Pt.Ang.
Bar     LC,
fjM
Jul    15    US      i*4^   9^46
Can
16
/M
17    US       pit/   1*86
Can
*
18
19 us    j $ m*&&
Can
81    US      $P   16*4©-
Viet-Vanor.
Bar     LO
Vaner-Ban
Bar       LC
Amoun
•
9.46
,   t*t$*
IjS   IMS
16.06
1.85
14.35
14.25
10.55
/      /£*V
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19.25
16.40
38.85
49.65
87.9©
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Canadian Pacific Railway Company -Jlwe-'-Ageait      collections
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THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM
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CANADIAN PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
0-494786
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A. f. Tennant, Jfisq* f
Travelling Au ditort
Vancouver, ±5.0.
Dear Sirs:-
Montreal,   July 6th.   1934.
A.  L.  McOonnell, JSsq.f
Travelling    Au di to r,
Vancouver,  Ji.O.
CO-OPiiJHATIOS
Puget Sound navigation Co -  Canadian Pacific Kailway
Victoria.   .s.U.~ Port Angeles .Wash. Summer Service.
I enclose copy of agreement with the Puget Sound
navigation Compairy for the  use of one of our steamers to
operate one  round trip  service daily between Port Angeles,
Wash,   and  Victoria,£.0.   from June 15th to September 10/1934.
Yours truly,
«<?.
Auditor of Agencies. CAiiADlAM    PAOIfflQ     RAILWAY    OOMPAH*.
Winnipeg, Man.  March 21,  1934.
tfile 11-3/34.
Puget  Sound navigation  Co.-  Canadian Pacific Railway
CO-operation -   /iotgria - Port Angeles,Wash.-  Summer Service.
Captain A.M.Peabody,
President,Puget Sound navigation Coy.,
Seattle,  Wash.
Dear Sir:-
tfour letter February 21st  and  discussions of a
proposal that  Canadian Pacific  Company furnish a steamer to
operate  one  round  trip  service  daily between Port Angeles  and
Victoria from June  15th to  September 10th,1934,   on  a schedule
to be later decided upon.
The Canadian Pacific  are  agreeable to proposal
under the following conditions:
1. Puget Sound!tCoy to provide,   at their own  expense,   slip at
their Port Angeles  terminal to  suitably accommodate Canadian
Pacific  steamer or steamers operating service.
2. Total  expense of Canadian Pacific  steamer or steamers to be  set
at $1,200.00 per month,   and guaranteed by Puget Sound Company.
3. Amount  for expenses named in paragraph  2 to be deducted  from
the gross monthly receipts from passage  fares  and motor charges,
and the balance  remaining therefrom-to be then divided 70$ to
Puget  Sound  Company and 30$ to  Canadian Pacific.
4. All  other earnings  from sale of staterooms  and receipts from
dining room,  lunch counter,  newstand and  excess baggage
collections to  accrue to Canadian Pacific.
5. The only free transportation to be honored will be that  issued
by the Puget Sound Company.
6. The Puget  Sound Company only will be authorized to issue
passage tickets  at less than  tariff rates.
7. Passage fares  and motor charges will be those  authorised in
current tariffs  of Puget Sound Company. - g -
Captain A. M. Peabody,-
8. Puget Sound Company passage tickets, motor car and excess
"bag8a8e cheeks to be used.
Pursers1 collections to be sent daily to Canadian Pacific
Auditor of Passenger Receipts from which monthly statement
of earnings for the round trip service will be compiled, and
monthly settlement between the two Companies of net receipts
to be made.
Copy of Pursers' daily trip statement to be sent Puget Sound
Company for their information;  Canadian Pacific form of
Pursers1 daily trip statement to be used.
Canadian Pacific wharf ticket Agent and baggage master, victoria,
to be furnished necessary passage tickets and excess baggage and
motor checks to handle traffic.
9. Sailings and arrivals to be from and to Canadian Pacific Dock at
Victoria.
10. Puget Sound company to feature service, and Seattle-Victoria
route, in their regular radio broadcasts during summer months.
11. This arrangement to cover period June 15th to September 10th,
1934, only, and without prejudice to any arrangements that
might be made in the future.
An acknowledgement of this letter, signed by yourself as
President of the Puget Sound Company, will be understood as a
final agreement of that Company to the arrangements.
Will you kindly advise.
Yours truly,
(Sgd)     M.  R.   Desiirisayf
Asst.  Passenger Traffic Manager. Order 597 2,500-633
squimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company
y.y~y^
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  ^J^^^*^^"   FORM   103
CANADIAN PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY
13.
FILE OR CLAIM        Q.    _
Montreal,  April 11th.     1934,
A. W. Tennant, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver,   B*0*
Dear 3ir&
P.   T.   M.
CO-OPEHATIOn
Pugent- Sound  navigation  Coy  -  Canadian Pacific Hallway
Victoriat   B.C. - Port Angeles,   '7aak.   Summer Service.
I  enclose  copy of correspondence between Mr.   Foster,
and Mr.   Gordon,  A.P.Ka,   in   regard%to  the  above.
For your information.
Yours  truly,
t^rtj     C/C^^i^^
Auditor of Agencies. Montreal,   April  5th.   1954.
B/O.H.M.
CO-OPERATION
Puget  Sound  navigation  Coy  -  Canadian Pacific Railway
Victoria,   ii. C.   Port  ^ngeles.YTash.   Summer Service.
Mr.   C.   B.   Foster,
Building.
Referring  to your letters  of March 19th and  21st,
file 11-3-2,   in  connection with the  above.
Is -it  intended  that   sales  by Pursers  and Agents  of
Passage  Tickets,   Baggage   and Auto  Checks will  be Puget   Sound
navigation  Ooy!s issue,   and   accounted   for  direct  to Puget     Sound
navigation  Ooy?
If  so,   on  receipt  of Purser1s  report,  we would  credit
the   steamer with total  value  of  all passage  tickets,   baggage,   and   auto
checks honored,   and   debit  the  Puget   Sound  navigation  Ooy,  with value  of
same.
when   supplied with  a statement  of  expenses  at  the  end   of
the   season,   an  adjustment   of the   surplus,   if  any,will  be made.
jfe presume  a copy  of  the Agreement,   when  signed,  will be
rwarded  to  this  office  for our records.
A.   P.   R.
Mr.   ^rnum;
For your information,   and  attaching
copies  of Mr.  Foster's letters of
March 19th and   21st. COPY
Montreal,   March  21st.     1934.
11-3-2.
00-GPBBaTIOH
Puget   Sound  navigation  Coy  -   Canadian Pacific  Railway
Victoria,   B.C.     Port Angeles,   Wash.   Summer Service.
Mr.   C.   B.   Gordon,
My letter of March 19th.
Assistant Passenger Traffic Manager, Winnipeg, wires me under
date March 20th, as follows:-
'Conversation date. stop.
Our Dock Agent for years past has sold P.3. H. Coy, passage
tickets making weekly reports to them depositing cash their
bank Victoria. Stop.
Checks covering motors not issued by our Wharf Baggage ^gent
but collections made by P.3.n.Coy.Pursers. Stop.
Our Baggage Agent checks their baggage using our checks and
depositing any excess collections with our Company baggage,
report sent our auditor showing details collections each line,
stop.
Proposed have P.8.1.Coy supply our Wharf Agent,Victoria, with
their motor checks and remittance handled as now. This to be
included final letter of agreement. !T
(Sgd)   0. B. Foster. C Q P Yt Montreal, March 19th. 1934.
Pile 11-3-2.
O0~OPSii^TlQn
Puget   Sound  navigation  Coy  -  Canadian  Pacific   Hly,
Victoria,   B.C.     Port Angeles,Wash.   Summer Service.
0.   B.   Gordon,   Esq. ,
Puget   Sound   navigation  Company1s night   steamer out   of
Seattle for Port  Townsend   and  Port Angeles leaves -
Lv.Port  Angeles  7.30  a*M» Lv.Victoria       10*15 A.M.
Ar«Victoria, 9.05 A.M. Ar«Port Angeles 11.55 A.M.
during the winter months.
During the  summer months,   they have  usually commissioned
an extra steamer to make  the  afternoon  trip,   and  instead  of undertaking  that   arrangement  this year it   is proposed that   one  of the
Pacific   Vancouver-Victoria night   steamers that  lays  over all  day
at   Victoria  shall make   a special  trip  from  victoria to Port
Angeles  and   return  in the  afternoon.
-an  agreement  is being  framed  to provide that   the  operating
expenses  of  the  trip  shall be  assured  to  the  Canadian Pacific,
deducted   erom the  revenue;     the  balance  to be  divided between  the
two   companies  -  the Pacific,   however,   to   collect   and   retain  all
receipts  from staterooms,   news  stand,   lunch counter  and   dining  room
service.
The Pacific  Coast  Traffic  and Operating Officers  of the
Puget   Sound navigation  Coy  and   the Canadian Pacific  suggest   that
inasmuch as passage  fare,   excess baggage  and  motor car receipts  are
collected   on the Wharf at  Victoria or Port Angeles,   the best   arrange-
would be  to  use Puget  Sound  navigation Coy ticket's  and  baggage  checks,
which will be   collected   by purser of the  Canadian Pacific  steamer and
sent  you  in  due   course  from which to   compile monthly  statement   of the
earnings from the  afternoon  trip.
Shall be  glad   to know  if you   see  any objection to  this
arrangement.
(Sgd)        0.   B.   Foster. CANADIAN  PACIFIC  R A I L W AY  COMP k IT Y
Steamship Lines
BRITISS COLUMBIA COAST STSffiSHIP SERVICE
CIRCULAR 3BTTER HO» 42 Vancouver,    B« C* June 11,  1934*
puaja? sound navigation comply* s service
BSTWS3T VICTORIA ;jn> PORT ANGELES - SUMMER 1954
Ticket Agents - Victoria,
Purser - Princess Joan and Princess Elizabeth*
Arrangements have been completed with the Puget Sound Navigation
Company for steamships Princess Joan and Princess Elizabeth to make one round
trip per day between Victoria and Port Angoloa, June 15 to Scptembor 10, 1934,
inclusive* Schedule will be as follows:
ffllLY - EXCEPT srf,;a,Y
Lv* Victoria    -    2:50 p*m*
Ar* Port Angeles -   4:15 p*m*
Lv* Port Angolas m 5:00 p.m*
Ar* Victoria    -    6:45 p*n*
SUNDAY ONLY
Lv* Victoria    m 5:15 p*m*
Ar* Port Asgolos «   7:00 p*m*
Lv* Port Angeles m 7:30 p*m*
Ar* Victoria    -    9:15 p*m*
In addition to abovo P*S.N*"Company*&  SS "Iroquois" will operate
between Victoria and Port Angolos on tho following daily schedule:
Lv* Port Angeles -    7:00 a*m*
Ar* Victoria    -    8:35 a*m*
Lv* Victoria    -    9:00 a*m*
Ar* Port Angeles -   10:35 a*m*
GENERAL   Canadian Pacific have, at the request of the P.S.N. Company, agreed
to provide tho above service to assist tho latter company in maintaining
adequate sorvico to handlo their passenger and automobile traffic on
this route during the surxier months, and all traffic will ba carriod at
tho fares and under conditions quoted in P.S.N* Company's current tariff9*
Pursers will bo advised of any changes in faros, rates, otc*, or
special movements, by Traffic Ihnagor of ffugot Sound navigation
Company, Soattle, and will bo guided accordingly*
TICKETING
INSTRUCTIONS   All passago tickets and auto cheeks vrilll be issued by P*S*N*
Company -Agents at Victoria or Port Angolos*
Canadian Pacific TlUharf Ticket Agent Victoria will also act as
agent for P*S*N* Company soiling passage tickets and auto checks* CIRCULAR LETTER NO. 42 - Page 2
PASSAGE FARES
AND AUTO RATES
For information of Canadian Pacific Agonts passage faros
and automobile rates will bo as follows:
FARES: - One-way #1*00; Round trip #1*80
AUTO RATES - Bhoolbaso Measurement
UP TO IIS"* 116" to 125" OVER 125"
0* w.
#2*00
R*  T*
§3*60
0* W*
#2*50
R*. %
#4*50
0. W*    R.JT*
$3*00    #5*40
INSTRUCTIONS
TO PURSERS
Pursers will accept all P*S*1I* Company passage tickots,
automobile and excessbaggage chocks c-.nfl forward collections daily to
Auditor of Passangor ^occipts, Montreal, as is custom ary*
Separate daily earnings s tat orients will bo prepared for
Victoria ~ Port Angeles route, one copy to ba S0i;t cnily to Managor B.C.C.S*,
and G*P.A* Vancouver, and one copy to Kr* H. C* St^ssburger, Auditor, P*S*N*
Company, Coleman Dock, Seattle, V/n*
FREE
TRANSPORTATION
Pursers will only honor free transportation on this routo
Issued by the P. S* JI. Company*
STATEROOMS
Pursers will soil all staterooms, using regular Canadian
Pacific stateroom tickets at ratos FOR DAY TRIPS authorized by Section 1,
Supplement 10, to Passengor Tariff 21-2 for uso between Vancouver and
Nanaimo*
MEALS Canadian Pacific meal check, Form 22, will bo usod* Heal
sorvice will bo as follows:
A la carte dinner will bo served in dining saloon on trip leaving Port
Angeles daily, including Sunday, and also on trip leaving Victoria for
Port Angeles 5:15 p*m* Sunday only*
Continuous lunch room sorvico will also bo provided on all trips.
C. H. BOWES,
Asst* General Passongor A...ont,
Vancouver,   B. C*
S.  F.  L.  STURDEE,
Gronoral Passenger Agent,
Vrncouvor,    B.  C*
KISS )CAR
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