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Array Vancouver Wharf Freight
!>$*2&L^ of #809.91 fron J.   Cuming,  lata accountant.
&<fei ( 1 )  $16,78.    -rQT credit of supt,  u apply stav> ^^ ^
..   "^ credit C.P.S.S. 4.28
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Sheet 6   "Makura»  78 W.  March 1924.   2060 Boxes Butter for reload to
SfeliS ?i!:;±r"h 6?/24   A^/eicht 132870 Lba Meae.   2746*8" TeaLl
our
should ha^e also hilled C.P.S.S.  with .. ..     40 / $26.60J  and
the difference #12.50 profit would have been used by Supt*   to apply
against stevedoring a/c.  The ^30.88 recovered froa l.S.Co,   should have
been credited back to C.P.S.S. by Supt*,  and the $26.60 charged to the*
through audit office. ¥r.  Ousaaing manipulated the posting of tk* #30.B8
and $39,90 as  follow©:- .
30.88 from IS.S.Co.   entered in cash book S/6/24 wae made 0/1) 9% applied
against  the #54.00 paid M.X.Co,   7/6,  leaving balance in 0/S ^|?#1«a
90 t>aid by n.A.Line wae posted against the b23.12 and balance fib. /»
sho;" as 0A7 and entry made^hat week a*  ****** ^? **%'£°'
The latter entry raade by Mr.  Cubing, but no  receipt ^n £ faunA to
cover.   It  is presumed that he Prided a rec«i^ ^ th. txme to PjmU
*MV   accf   to pass the entry,^utJ^i!^^6^^    and he evidently
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being  registered in tone cases.
^pire Stevadori», a/c JMJMMjMfcM JE'S. ttmTmm^Smm
and only $1447.04 was  available for Supt'.   xiie 9%m*m
to fiirther apply. COPY,
Vancouver,   B.C.  May 5th,   1924
The Empire Stevedoring Co*,
325 Howe St., T?-68250,
City
Bear sirs:-
Further ta my  letter of March 11th in connection with
shipments transferred froa C.A.Line steamer to C.P.S.S, steamer.
I find that ©n the S.So ^Impress of Russia* a shipment
of 2060 ^oxes Butter were transferred fro» the SS *Makura* and we
included same as being handled from shed to slings, whereas I am  advised
hy our shed staff that shipment wae handled direct from tea® at slings.
In view of this we overpaid you amount on has is of :?45 feet at 45 ff
per ton amounting to $30.88.
I 8hall he glad if you will kindly let ma  have your
cheque to cover for thia amount in order that I may adjust the accounts
to companies.
Youre truly,
Wharf Agent.
JC/La
Vancouver/ B.Co May 26th, 1924,
The Empire Stevedoring & contracting Co.,
325 H*W* St. F-68250
City
Referring to your letter of May 10th, and the writer*•
phone conversation with you,
I shall he glad if you will let me have your cheque for
amount of |30.88 as per my  letter of May 5th, at your earliest
convenience.
Youre truly, -
Wharf Anant.
jcAc IDIA1 PACIFIC RAILWAY JOIPAHY
lame in full Gumming, John
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K £fA-?£ Parte 3 continued    (  part of #809.91  )
Item  {  4 ).   #9.00.  Thia  amount  evidently due J.   Gumming $9.00
Credit  entry in cash book Jany,3l/25,  made by Curarcting as paid Mainland
Transfer Co.   a/c Rope & Oil  teamed Pier  *DW for Seattle,   notation made
in cash hook   (  no  receipt)   by asst*   acct1,   and Krw  Gumming  thought  that
this  amount had been stolen and not paid.  However,   in going over some
• T.Co.  hills I  found these shipments  to have been covered by cartage
orders  1933 & 94  Mov.   17/24.   a/c Pros  ll/l5626 and X1/L5631.  !£.   X.   Co.
had duly billed us,  but items cut out of their general  account,  and
separate bills  after rendered for fa.00 & #6.00,  which were paid on
April  20th/25#  Curaaing had held this  cash from Jany.   to  that date,  and
had forgotten having paid them.   Receipts  are on file with the general
2. Co.   accounts  instead of being with cash paid vouchers.   Collections
Made by ageat at that  time were being paid them by cash,   not through
Mr.   Cherry as was  afterwards  arranged.   The above $9.00 was  collected
from the C.A.Line Jany. 31st,   and sliovm as o/l) and shown as  paid M.T.Co.
same date.
Item  (  5 )
$48.52        Amount due back  to  Empire Steve.   C©« $  3.15
^r debit a/c handling profit on S.S. "Dominion Miller"    28.00
99 f     "Ontario11 16.57 '_
Recovered from Smpire Stevedore Co.   as  per letters  attached*     On their
Au£.26th/24  discharging S.S.  Dominion Miller Voy.  1  In,July 7th,  1924.a/o
$li08.45.   sheet 14 showed steel bars  297040 lbs © 71 / (less  10p .   The
correct weight was  206880 lbs,   and amount due back from K.S.Co.   $28.80
not 100018 lbs -  #31.95 -  ae claimed by us.
A^ent*s  debit available to  apply that steamer's handling was  $1881.27
irefore amount  recovered is  additional handling profit.
Discharging S.S.  Ontario  was covered by E.S.Co.s  a/c $105.28 Peby  7/25
a/c discharge Jany.12th,   and agent1e  debits  to  apply §124.50,   Therefore
amount  recovered is  additional handling profit on that steamer.  You will
note that Stevedoring Co.  was overpaid on rate,   and amount $16.57 is
due our company.     Seduction to consignee of |8.76 was  cleared by Mr.
Steele1s 0/184610.   your A-287425 traced agent for disposal  of o/s   iteju
Mr.   Humming manipulated cash to  steal  above amount fe48.52,   as  follows;-
The Merchants  Cartage Co.   handed hi© #239.48 on March  24/25.   to  cover
PPO waybill 1725 on Port Moody covering carload being waybilled from
that station.   Gumming turned in only #190.ft6 to cashier with reference
to PPO,   and on the same day handed in the Empire Stevedore Co.   cheque
for $48.52 quoting the eajne reference PPO waybill 1725.  Both items v/e re
posted to clear the PPO,   and he  removed the difference  xn cash from the
amount handed him by the Merchants Cartage Co. Vancouver, 3.0. ,  February 25th, 1925.
F-93672
The Empire  Stevedoring Oo.,
325 Howb  Street,
»
Oity.
Dear  Sirs   :-
Shipment Hails,
Leith Murrav Oo.   SS "Ontarior,
1636  Iron Rails
on which we  paid
The above  steamer discharged a
?joighing approximately 109 pounds
your  Company
contra at rate
shipment  of
per rail and
of 71^
Sometime before  this  shipment   came   in,  Leith
Hurray Company took up with us regarding rate   for handling charges
and  on dealing with your Mr.   White  he agreed to  accept  General
Merchandise rate   on same.     This,  however,  was overlooked when
tonnage  statement was being mad    up,  consequently same was put
through' on basis of 71^*     As Leith & Murray have  requested us  to
adjust  to the basis  of General Merchandise rate,   I shall be  glad
if you will kindly let me have your   cheque   for  $16.57.  being
difference between General Merchandise rate of 50$ and   that  on
Hails at  71^.
Yours truly.
(SGD)  CLlIoOrea.
;ha r f ft? a ight   Age nt. Vancouver, B.C., March  lith,1926<
JU94215
The  Empire  stevedoring Oo.9
32 5 Howe   Street,
City.
Dear  Sits   :-
O/S |35»50 Pro.  7/15396*
In the month of July the  33  "Dominion Miller"
discharged a sh t   of Iron iyork,  etc. jinal
figures  shown  on report  to you called   for  297040  pounds.
This   should  have  read  197022  or a difference   of 50  tons.
Claim is now b^ing filed  for refund on this  basis and   I
would  appreciate   if yoa will  let me  have  your cheque  for
amount   of |31*95 which  is   on basis   of 51 tons at  71^
less  10/L
Yours truly,
(SGD)  S.L.McOrea.
Tharf Freight  Agent.    A Page 4 continued.   (  part of #809.91 }.
!%&&  (  6  )   f.206.37.   Amount  far credit of J.R.3teele as follows:   #206.37
^roa August to December 1924 overpayment had been atade to  the Vancouver
Harbour Board on cargo  rates account B.C.C.S.  steamers,  and cheque
covering refund to us was  remitted May 13th/25.as being part of the
Mainland Transfer Co.s  settlement with us on that date.  The latter had
evidently turned in sufficient cash to ehable him to exchange the cheque
f o r c as h
Aug.1924*3.CCS.   steamer #1712.52  (pt f3200.20)   J.R.Steele c/68266
General cargo  3098 tone © 15 9  should he  2S93r  tons Dfc.   204£
competitive 67    ..    ft 5 / .. 2?li
Sept 11876.41   (pt $3242.94}   J.R.Steele c/74610
General 2109 tons ft 15 d should he 1806 tons
Competitive  397 5 / .. 700 tons Dfc.   303
Oct. $1894.11   (pt 43546.83)     J.R.Steele c/S0068
General  2794 tons © 15 / should he 2046fc tons
Comp.       1036 © 5 / ..       1783_- Dfc.747_-
lor. 11329.39   (pt  $2439.70  )   J.E.Steele c/84567
General.  1914 tons ft 15 d should he 1478  tone
-   Comp. 857 5 / .. 1293  tons Dfc.   436
Bee. |1027.29   (pt  %2304.67 )   J.R.Steele c/89127
General  2175  tons ft le p should he 18024 tons
Comp. 899 ft    5 ff ..       12?1£  tons Dfc.   372i
~~    2Q63F
Difference at 10 cts per ton recovered from the Harbour Board $206.37
Item   (   7 )   $338.17    Amount  for credit  of W.J.Cherry c/l44872      #338.17
I attach copy of " To v ember 1925 cargo  rates paid a/c B.CCSteamers,   and
copy agent's letter April  22nd,1926,   showing particulars  of amount
collected hack. Mr.  Cumming could not get his hands on sufficient cash
to cover this cheque,  and advised ne that he called on Mr.  Clark,
former accountant Mainland Transfer Co,  and got him to cash the cheque,
which was made payable  to  C.P.R.     He  in turn used it  in settlement  of
their account with us at the Local freight. /At Printed in Canada FORM  103
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
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Vancouver ^arbour Commiesioners,
Vancouver j B.C.
Attention lir* Birmingham*
Dear Sirsf
April 22ml. 1926
1 am attaching herewith amended report covering cargo
rates  payable for B.C/Ooast vessels for the  month of Novembert
If you will refer to original report  you will note  that  I have
&hown as  5780 tons of grain ae being received, whereas thia  figure
should read J tone, the  item of 578O is the actual number of
pounds discharged by our vessels during month of hove.triber*    From
your own observations you know it would be  impossible for our
steamers to bring in 578O tons of grain*    This makes an overcharge
O:     ^l\£mS2m
I also find  thai we have reported 29 tone of rice
whereas the eorreet figure should be  19*    Thia makes an additional
over payment of #1*50*
The  total tonnage  of apple a handled by B*C#Gcast
Steamers during month in quest ir-n waa 452.210 or 216 ton§#  in
extending the tonnage  thia was  shown aa lo tons  only, so that  we
have  short reported 200 tons*    The 200 tone  in que at ion were
shipments of applea received from Seattle for forwsrdance to
Oriental porta and ahould    therefore be  classed under competitive
traffic  at  the rate  of Jgf P€I* ton»    5**l actual tonnage handled
wae  597980 lba or 199 tons at 5^ would amount to y9*95» deduct
thia  umount from that  over paid would leave a  refund due  our
comp&ny of $558*17•
1 might gay that theae  errors  occurred  in view of the
writer having to go to tbe  hospital when thie  report t;ds  submitted
and proper check was  not  made*    Your i±r* Patterson lias teen ahown
our records  and he  loaa  aeen how errors  mentioned above have
occurred*  X regret very much to have  to trouble  your department
in this connection and in order to prevent re-occurrence  I am
having our records double  checked •
Your early attention ulil bc  greatly appreciated*
Yours  truly,
jC/Aj WHARF PRK1-HI" AGENT*  Page 5 continued     (©grt  of #809.91  )
Item  (  -7 }.   $4.61"    Due back to Empire Stevedoring Co* $4.40
. *   J,   Cunning  a/o cleared by cash 14/10 .21
On aug.27th/26.  0.2?.Agent1 a "department Landed Mr.  Guiding $4.61 with
request  to  issue PPO waybill on Via tuna,   Thia was  covered hy w/b 16074
Aug.27th,  but carried in o/s until  31st.  |>4.40  received from the E.S.Co*
on that dmte was applied,   and the balance of 21j^ entered through cash
book w/b Oct.14th,  having evidently heen paid  in by Cuiaming*
On Tune 18th Gumming billed the S.S .Co*  with above $4.40,   aa  per copy
letter attached,  and this was being held by him with the intention sf
stealing it.  Sane was used Aug.31st as  above explained,   but this  amount
wae  afterwards  required to  clear o/s   (part of &3G.02)   W.J.Cherry1s
c/193664.   He  than Tilled ths E.S.Co,  with |4.27,   as  per letter 0ct.l8tht
also with s/a #3801  $26.93.   These amounts were paid Oct,23rd,  but he
had in the mean wine  reduced a/c  $26.93 to   read ^26.80,   and caused the
entries  to be made  in cash book as ^4,40 and $26.80,   The §4,40 was
applied against o/s  $30.02,   and s/a #3801  cleared at  reduced figure  of
$26.80. better of Oct.11th covering §4.40 v/as  only made for the purpose
of allowing cash entry to go  through as  for that amount,   inbtead of for
$4.27.   no  cop/ of ama on file.
I find that claim of $4.27' against the "S.S.Co*  waa fictitious.  The
shipment  referred to was duly assessed on weight of 257090 lbs,  and the
E.S.CO.   correctly paid for handling,   JbiS  amount  is  therefore available
for return to  there*   together with the 13/ overcollected on s/A#3801.
Gumming  took thia method of raising the amount  required to  replace  the
$4,40 improperly uaed a/c  refund $30*02 o/s.
In connection with this  same o/s,   I find that he had recovered $3,47
from the R.Sff,Steam Packet Co,   a/c TI/d over-paid them in settlement of
manifest,   He had also  intended to  steal  this  amount,  but waa obliged
to make up  the  "duramy11 letter to  than on Oct.11th to hand with cash, to
cashier.   The amount had however been paid to him asmtime previous,  hut
not accounted for.
Ite#  (  8  ).   tl7.02.   This  amount  due as addl.   wharfage  7/l3791e $7.02
Shippers provided correct wharfage of §l**s per ton on pro  7/15791,1925.
but we accounted as  at 50j/ per ton.     The surplus prepaid was  paid to
the Pacific steamship Co.   as  per s/cr 2i/9/25  against S/br #185  31/7/25
$7.03.  We  recovered from them sontine during Sept.   1926,  but Gumming
retained that  refund,   Should now be placed S/Dr as  additional wharfage*
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Dear Sir   :~
33   "Dintoiayk"  -  April,
3?he above  steamer discharged a  shipment  of 1500
bunches bananas,  and  settlement v/afe with your   Jompany
on a  weight  basis of 72.351 lbs.
rJhe correct weight   of this shipment  is  50,320  lbs.
or a  difference   of 22,031 lbs.   which,  at  40p  por ton,  amounts
to   ^4.40.
-11 .you icincllybit  aae  have   cheque   to cover at your
aarljjr convenience.
-Yours  truly, Vancouver, B.C.,   June   l8th,1926
7-110981
t-Iessrs.   Kmpire  Stevedoring Jo. ,
321  Horn  Street,
Vancouver,   3.0.
Olaim -  national Fruit  Oo,
:>;>  "Pintoldyk" Llanifest.
allowed  your   Company Handling Charges   on
1500 bunches  of Bananas  of a weirht  basis of 72,351 lbs.
[This   is  a difference   of  22,031 which at  the   rate   of 4 0/   per
ton would amount  to  $4.4 0.     As account  has  been passed  by me
I would  appreciate   if you oould   kindly  let  ne   have  cheque
for this amount  at your early  convenience.
iurs  truly,
R UmitlU     . \J     9     jj^iii'v..'    ■mm' 1.    ■    ■    '--'    . 12
■29-7-20-S!?S7
Wharf or Steamer
Date
Customs Report No.
Form B.C.C.^. 12 j
Pro. No.
M ShpetNo.
RECEIVED FROM   CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
The following described property in apparent good order
Per Steamer-
-Voy.-
From
W.B. No.
W.B. Date
Shipper
No. of Packages and Description of Articles
Weight
Measurement
Tons
Destination jWhajrfage
Feet
Rate
Receiver's Signature	
Date 19,
Freight
Wharfage at
Bitting Point
Advances Prepaid
Total to
Collect
Del'd by Teamster-
Checker .	 Vancouver Wharf, B.C.,
October l8th,l?26.
F.  110981.
Empire   Stevedoring Jo.,
325 Howe   Street,- ^/^T^
Vancouver, B.J. . ^^\^f^
Pear Sirs   :-
The   83  "Wairuna11  discharged a  shipment   of
soap grease   on April 12th.   weight   of   same  being shown as
25?090#.     This should  have  read  235709#,  making a difference
of 21,381^ which, at   the rate  of 40^,   would amount  to |4.27.
As you have  paid   on the  higher basis,   I would
appreciate your cheque   for amount  of §4.27 at your  early
convenie nee.
Yours trulyf
(sgd).G.L.McOrea.
Wharf Freight Agent. ffiHS
(13-7-26-80452)
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Customs Report No.
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7/1&7S1
M     West  Dj t-infeoting Co. -     '        Sheet No.
RECEIVED FROM   CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO,
The following described property in apparent good order „     04 , __     ~,_ _
Per Steamer AcL   Rodman	
Voy-3La4-
From Philadelphia
W.B. No.
W.B. Date
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No, of Packages and Description of Articles
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Date 19.
Freight
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Billing Point
per ton
Advances Prepaid OoHec?
14*06
7,03
7.02
Del'd by Teamster
Checker	 COPY,
Vancouver Wliartt   Aug. g7th/26t
3?. 102161
Pacific steamship 0o.f
605 Hastings  g%«  W.
Vancouver/B.C.
Bear Sir:-
Att:   CL. Courtney.
Collection $7,03 vJeat Disinfecting Co.
Referring to your file 84-11 of January 19th.,  1926.
I wrote you on March 30th.   and May 28th.   in connection with thin
transaction,  but 8*  far I have  not  received an adjustment at these
charges.
Xt  ie  nearly a year since this matter wag  first referred
to your office and I  think,   therefore,  ample time hae been §fiven to have
the matter adjusted.
T/ill you kindly adviee when 1 may expect  -cu   receive
settlement of iny outstanding.
Youre  truly,
Wharf Freight a^t^nt
jc/ No..
Vancouver   Harbour   Commissioners
CARGO   RATES   STATEMENT
Month Ended... .......  192..
Statement setting out quantity of cargo received or deposited  within the  limits  of the  Harbour  of Vancouver
for the month as above, as required by By-law 124, approved  by   Order-in-Council   dated   20th  August,   1925.
Name of Company..
NOTE.—This statement must be made out in duplicate and delivered at the offices of the Harbour Commissioners on or before the
10th day of each month, together with remittance covering rates payable. State whether Tons weight or measurement
by W. or M,
CLASS OF GOODS
QUANTITY
Inward
Outward
Rate
Amount
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft. as
per vessel's manifest	
Minimum charge:—The charge on any single shipment be not less than 5c.
AUTOS AND VEHICLES, on own wheels or with wheels off or boxed, per ton
of 2,000 lbs	
APPLES, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
BRICKS—Common,  per thousand  bricks	
Fire, per thousand bricks	
CONCENTRATES OR ORE—-Per ton of 2,000 lbs. (bulk)	
COAL—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
COKE—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
CEMENT—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
EXPLOSIVES—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
FISH—Canned, per ton weight or measurement as per vessel's manifest—
Inwards	
Outwards	
Fresh, Frozen and Salted, per ton 2,000 lbs	
GRAIN AND GRAIN  PRODUCTS—Per ton of 2,000 lbs .jjf....
GRAIN—Wheat, Oats, Barley, Rye and Flax	
GRAIN PRODUCTS—Flour, Bran, Shorts, Maize, Middlings, Rolled Oats,|
Oatmeal in sacks or gunnies and Screenings	
NOTE.—Food Stuffs in cartons or cases, General Merchandise.
IRON  AND STEEL, including bars, plates, rods, rails, hoops and structural
per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
Pig, Billets or Scrap, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
LIME—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
LIQUORS—Whiskies, Wines and all other alcoholic liquors excepting Ales and
Beers, per gallon 	
ALES, BEERS AND STOUT—Per gallon	
LIGHT WINES, in bulk not exceeding an invoiced value of $1 per gal.-per galJ
LIVE STOCK—
Horses, per head 	
Cattle, per head  -	
Swine, per head 	
Sheep, per head 	
LUMBER AND LUMBER PRODUCTS—
Logs, per section (when towed) 	
Logs, not otherwise specified, per 1,000 ft. B.M	
Lumber, per 1,000 ft. B.M ,	
Hardwood, per 1,000 ft. B.M	
Lath, per 1,000 Lath 	
Piles, Poles and Spars, untreated, 100 lineal ft..	
Piles, Poles and Spars, treated, 100 lineal ft	
Shingles, per ton of 2,000 lbs. (estimated 40 bdls. to a ton)	
Shingle Bolts, per crib 	
Shingle Bolts, not otherwise specified, per cord	
Cordwood, not otherwise specified, per cord	
Box Shooks, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
OIL AND OIL PRODUCTS—
Fuel, Crude or Lubricating Oils in bulk, per ton of 2,000 lbs., inwards	
Fuel, Crude, Road, Skid or Lubricating Oils, outwards	
Gasoline, Naphtha, Distillate and Refined Oils, per ton of 2,000 lbs.—
Inwards   	
Outwards  	
PULP—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
PAPER—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
RETURNED  EMPTY CONTAINERS—All kinds including boxes, drums, jars,|
bottles, glasses, etc., per ton of 2,000 lbs	
RICE—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., measurement 40 cu. ft	
SAND, GRAVEL AND CRUSHED ROCK—Per cubic yard	
SPELTER—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
STONE—Undressed, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
TIN AND WIRE, when scrapped, per ton of 2,000 lbs 	
CAR FERRY AND BARGE TRAFFIC—
Goods brought into the Harbour in car loads or part car loads for interchange in cars to rail or brought in by rail for interchange to car|#
ferry or barge, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
Exceptions—Explosives, Liquors or Live Stock.
TOTALS..
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The following charge for any one way-bill shipment not exceeding
500 lbs. or 10 cu. ft., the rate of % of 1 ton.
Over 500 lbs. or 10 cu. ft. not exceeding 1,000 lbs. or 20 cu. ft, the rate
of % of 1 ton.
Over 1,000 or 201 cu. ft. and not exceeding 1,500 lbs. or 30 cu. ft., the
rate of % of 1 ton.
Over 1,500 lbs. or 301 cu. ft. and not exceeding 2,000 lbs. or 40 cu. ft.,
the rate of 1 ton.
The above does not apply to any shipment on a gallonage basis.
We (or I) hereby certify that the above is a true and correct statement of all the cargo landed or   shipped  in  the  Harbour  of
Vancouver, B. C, or deposited withir the limits of the Harbour during the month ended          192.. a...
(Name Oy Company)
Vancouver, B. C,
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Bear sir:-
va 'couvtir Tvh**r£ •   H*>* J",   {jvniriing *   lia'p&rt #2*^9.
Starring  to nairicranduat,   she^t 1,   attached to my letter
January 3rd regarding collections  not iTQ-perly taken to  account.
Ike  amount c>f $?,50 hat   now be«n celiac tod from the
Mainland i'ranefar (5e*   covering prepaid items  previously passed through
cash book as having been coll acted,   and  I  attach form. 163 If to  cover,
I   think  inat title  sxmeunt should be held in suspense,   together with the
%%mm\% already Kisodkldd™ available,   ta cover any thing that might turn up
againat thie clerk*
I am alee  attaching torn 153 P.  covering credit account
af payment $1.30  ta  tke Bo/ai   tfail  Steam Packet Co. »   and |3.49  to  tke
Mainland Transfer Co.,  aa per yeur instruction* of January 5tha  Tixie
now diepo&ee of all  aooea&ar,/  udjue&me-xte in thX$  connection.
tourz truly f
1 .A. I
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(17-6-26-79730)
FREIGHT  BILL—PREPAID  CHARGES
Form  12R
M   WAINLAND  TRANSFER  CO.     VANCOUVER WHARF  9C NOV  23R0  2&
To the CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY Co. Dr. for Transporting the undermentitned Freight billed Prepaid
■
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pata     NOV 20TH  26   w.vbill Na. 22195
Shipper's Order No..
.Car No.
CONSIGNEE, DESTINATION AND ROUTE
M   SWEENY.
CROFTON.   BC
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES
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1   STOVE  BACK.
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If 33,
Weight
Make eheques payable to order of Canadian Paolfio Ry.    Mail to Local Freight Agent
Rate
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HO*  20TH   26 22277
Date Waybill No. ' *	
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7231
Shipper's Order No.
.Car No.
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CONSIGNEE, DESTINATION AND ROUTE
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES
Weight
Rate
CHARGES
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Date.
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(17-6-26-79730)
Form 12R
-MAINLAND TRANSFER CO.
FREIGHT  BILL—PREPAID  CHARGES
VANCOUVER WHARF  BC  NOV  23&0  26
.19
To the CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY Co.  Dr. for Transporting the undermentioned Freight »tt Prepaid
n„». NOV   19TB   26       Wavhi„ Wn,22l63 ShlppIng Blll no._J^M___
Shipper's Order No..
.Car No.
CONSIGNEE, DESTINATION AND ROUTE
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES
Weight
Rate
CHARGES
A   MORRISON.
VICTORIA  B'C
1   8X   HH  GOODS.
120
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Date_
19
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Mainland Transfer Co, Vancouver Wharf      Nov 5/26
Hov 5
Date.
.Waybill No.
21292
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.Shipping BUS No..
Shipper's Order No.
.Car No.
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Pate.
.19	
Form  12R
.19
To the CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY Co.  Dr. for Transporting the undermentioned Freight billed Prepaid
CONSIGNEE, DESTINATION AND ROUTE
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES
Weight
Rate
CHARGES
F W v/oolworth.  Co
Victoria
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.Agent. 1
(17-6-26-79730)
FREIGHT  BILL—PREPAID  CHARGES
Vancouver  vftiarf Hov.   20/26
Mai gland. 'Iran sf er  Co.
Form   12R
.19
To the CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY Co.  Dr. for Transporting the undermentioned Freight billed Prepaid
Date Waybill No.         Shipping Bill No.	
Shipper's Order No.
_Car No..
CONSIGNEE, DESTINATION AND ROUTE
Bt E/Canada 24-E W/
Shanghai B/L 779     7d>
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DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES
Septr. 21/26 c/o 2709
raw silk - Hew York via Panama
pongees r
Make oheanea payable to order of Canadian Paolfio Ry-    Mail to Local Freight Agent.
Weight
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Date.
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Received from CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
The following described property in apparent good order
yj        Way Billed From' Dale of W. W* Series.and No. of W. 6.       fkp    Initial and No. of Car Cej^n__f_L__» __.-   '" +.        '
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ARTICLES AND MARKS
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The surrender of the original " order *' Bill of Lading properly endorsed
thai! be required before the delivery of the goods. Inspection of the goods
covered by this Bill of Lading will not be permitted unless provided by law
or unless permission is endorsed on the original Bill of Lading or given in
writing by the shipper.
WEIGHT
RATE
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Date 	
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Checker	
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
February 3rd., 193?.
f-121494
Empire,-Stevedoring *o#»
325 ^Owe ^tyeet.
Vs^ ©Oliver. B.C.
Bear Sirs*
Befond
•IS a/o discharging SS«iDominlon MillerS ^-ug.1934.
4,40    n « SS"mnteldy3cff. April. 1926.
4.10    ■ " SS "E/Asia".  July. 1925.
all
"   Oar Travelling Auditor has instructed me to refund
you. th© above amounts, and I will be glad if you will ©all at till®
office to receive payment.      Tour cheque #1141 larch 25th.,1926 covered
refund to us ^31.95 account error in ©eight on steel Bars discharged
from SS "Dominion Killer", ^ug. 26th.,1924.    'Ae paid you oh weight of
297040 lbs. but wrote you %rch 11th.,1926 file 94215,  claiming weight
should be 197022 lbs.    She correct weight of this shipment wan 206880
lbs. and we no?/ return you over collection of v3.15.
n ^ * -Tour cheque *':1174. June 1926 refunding us ^4.40 ao
per our letter June 18th., file 110981 was recovered 5'roia you in erroaT
Original settlement With you account aioehar intledvle" was oor:
and we now return this amount. «•*««•*   was oorieoii
tonnft^ Aift<rw,ii ♦« * J01? °h0£lU0 #1216* J*pt* 19S6« #**«10 in refund of
i???ag!a0laiTOd J® 5aTe hem 0¥@^ P^id you in ulaolam of "3/islc" Jtaiv
1925,  as per my letter ^ept. 24th..1926 file 91 pi at* 4     «'   A Z   ^^
tonnage referred to was nSt paid you on orUlSf ^„Jnt     %"* ^f th&
therefore due back to your company. ortslml a<^ount, and amount Is
Tours tru!
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cc - .
aiver.
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FORM  S03
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
February   3rd., 1927.
P-121495
TanoouvepArbour Cooo&oslofciera.
laPointe^yier.    Oitp#
Pear
tefuad #13.50 a/c harbour dues "J^Asla". 64/#. Jfhly.1026*
4.50    " " "E/Canada" 23/E. «        "
36,00    " B nE/Aola"      63/1 May.
Stop 
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Our travelling Auditor has pointed out that the
above additional harbour dues are due you, as per details attached,
I will be glad if you will call at this office
and receive payment.
H H Tours truly,
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»harf .Freight iigent.
Yl/v
ouver., ///////// Vancouver, B.O. yeby.l4tM,1927
7*    Jo    Jul 10 Tl |    JBR O « i
Auditor of AgSilCJUllj 0-*3J0846#
gtif nir:-*
Vancouver Wharf **  J*.   Cuiwdngs late Chief
Accountant -  S/bre #367,92 and §42X*99-»
In accordance wit]ia your letter January 5tfef  I iiave
arranfed refunds  of $51.66 t# Itepire Stevedoring Co.,   and fb4.0G t0  the
Vancouver Harbour r»onr-i^cioner«f  do  per feme 153F attached*
y,a£un&m of #3.49  to Mainland Transfer Co*,   and $1.30
the Royal Mail St aaa Packet Co.f  have alao been authorised,  and I %f&
j?end you forms 153!? Whan tfaege amounts Mnrt &#»« paid*
to
11
X#urs truly,
A
' H.  Jr   DALTON
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM,
ASST.   AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
rt/*| OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
G-330346       Montreal,   January 5thf   1927*
A- Mm  Tennant*. Esq.,
travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C*
Dear Sir:-
Vancouver Wharf - J. Gumming lata Chief
Accountant - S/Drs. Dec- 14th $387.92 -
^ Dec» 21st §421.99.	
Replying to your letter 23th ulto. ton
may arrange for refunds to be made through above agent
of am^upts which you are satisfied a*e due Bl.ToC^y.* E.
S.C^y^ and R.M.S.P.* as per summary on page #, received
with your letter,- Special Credit to be taken for amount
refunded, attaching Form 153 P giving particulars. Such
Special Credits will of course be applied in this office
against the Special Debits referred to above.
I am disposing of items due C.P.R. $612.45,
Supt. |53.33 and C.P.S.S. $7.42 in this office.
*°urs %^3aAAAAy
Auditor of Agencies. I III AA AAA Vaacouv or, B. 0. -Jany. 3rd/27.
Mm    <7#    L-&lt©Hj   ..£(;, *
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Pear sir:-
G-330846
s/nr $17.e6 paXA Vancouver Harbour Co i lftftitnftr^
part ef #809.91  recovered from J.Cufluaiflfct.
\jrrlng ta item -#10,  $17.06 due Harbour Ce^miaaianers,
my letter Dec.SStk.
owner wiit   o
recently tracing ue.-as to
about   thie   tracing letter,   and I   I
been protected in my  adjuetaent with
,H.C.   was awara that
iked Kr«  Cunning te sake
I by the acow
riave heen
*&*>   .Ag^nfc speks te me*
*d that  this  aiiount had
^orm 153 F.   a
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fchurized agent   to make ; ,.itt  and fttt attacrang
gainst collection wade part of $367.92 ■»•;/?.  Hoc.
truly,
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pinion that  it would aftl       i   advisable   I
sent  and adjustment of  these  it. kUT
fehaetft.   'save tried to  avoid 1«jMooing t iff
.re covered up,  and yo\y »ay fee - I ay
jevering any  -        idi  to *v,de to  the iT&rb our
B o •: i rd,   3 a p 1 re 81 a v edo ri n/; bt-« f   etc *
^rill you plaage advise your wifckei   I it  respect,   *.nd
aleo  say if 1 v/iii ftrimagi to have  ar »nt make refunde.  Can you
Si riecc.:- tidj'i ilj   in your oxvn office,  of av.uunta available  for
5.   _'.-.:.        3uptfi .adoring nd additional i due our
o wn /n i & c el 1 a n e ou a  ear ni fig a ?
I  aaa ! inn Uji  ia varieui  directions  to  ascertain,
if possible,  any further aaaounto  stolen fey thia  clerk,   and an therefore
not  taking  the time at present   to give you a detailed report of my
laves tig at leu of this cl-srk'e  affaire.
in the        lilsttj  1 instructed >«r %a hold hie
wages  cheques  $170.00,   object to your order,   and I  told *5r.   Cuaming
that we would hold %mm for,   at leuet,   two no ft tho while further check
wae heinf made,,   t-Te wished to  band ao cash covori uunt of wages  due
him,   provided I would  release his  pay cheques,  but  I  thought  this  would
be dangerous,   ae he might claim it was  a settlement of aama kind nade
with sio. *
I  think  it necoe&ary to  look cloEely into  hit  dealings
witn the Mainland Transfer Co.,  una will  report fully at  aaun u& ^##oibl|
T;*e. affmim of the latter company wore very badly handled until rery
recently,   and I  expect  iz will  take co^siderab] e time  to  eatxufy
oarhAlyen  tnat  things have bean G.IC.   in that direction.
You re  truly Page 2 continued.   {  part of $809.91  }.
I cam  (2).  $24.81-  Balance cartage   (Pt #36.00)   due Mainland Tfr Co.$ 3.49
Due Supt.   for credit C.P.S.St  Handling a/c 3.14
..   Group  ttE» a/c  shed jitney,pro  4/15213 ft.tft
16.48
..   a/c profit on teaming butter 4/15209/L2 1.70
#24.81
Sheet 4   "Niagara11 61 In April  5th/24,   four EhipmentB butter and one of
milk powder for transfer t© s/Aeia 51 W.  April 10th.  Butter wae  teamed
direct to  sling,  and powder evidently jitneyed direct to  sling.  The
C.A.Line proportion of teaming,   60 ff per tens,  $32.51 was deducted on
manifest settlement,   and C.P.S.S.   should have been billed with 40 4 P^**
ton.   The Mainland Transfer Co.  hilled ua  on time basil #36.00 for
teaming butter,   and wera only paid #32.51 which wae provided for both
butter and milk powder.  Agent  recovered #3**-W^ fram Stevedoring Co.   on
the butter and #7#41 on milk powder,  aft per' Copies letters attached.
Thie  amount,  $24.81   ,  was  entered up by Gumming July 19th aa  paid the
Mainland Tfr.Co.,   and  the  receipt  of game a&  0/D to  apply.   Ho  receipt
now on file,   and it   ie  presumed that a dunray wae used at  the time.
We should bill  the C.P.S.S.   with Mggtogg^^
40 ff per ton on butter, 75400 lbs~§15.08
..   milk powder,   659 feet #  6.59
§21.67
and allow tham (thro Supt)   the handling recovered from E.S.Co. #24.81
Mainland Transfer Co.   should be paid balance of their a/c  236.00 of 3?49
The shed jitney should be credited with the  659  feat @ &1.00 per ton •
116.48 chargeable against C.A.L.  #9.89 & C.P.S.S.   #6.59,   and supt'e
handling charges  credited with profit of |1.70 on fein&kx teaming  the
butter*
Corres.   covering  the amonte   recovered from B.S.Co.   had been removed
from our files   (if ever on file)   and I had to  secure copies  from that
company.   Ho  expense bill made to  cover,   and these amounts were handled
under file by Mr.   Cunning.   Item  (3)   $3.83  (aee below)   was handled in
the same manner,   and both amounts put through cash book at the same
time a© having be^n paid M.T.Co.
E/Asia 51 W#  April  6-9,  1924.   B.   8.   Co.   account of $1906.25 paid by
Supt.   only $1220.81  available  to  apply#
Item  (   3  )   $3.83.   Due Supt.   Croup   "B» a/c  shed jitney Pro  12/15405  5^3.83
I attach copies  of letter and expense bill covering.  Amount put through
debit  side of cash book in usual way,  but made o/d and credit taken as
above  explained.   These amounts   not due,   and  evidently not paid,   the
Mainland Transfer Co. COPY.
1^64798
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'Vancouver,  B.C.   Jm& 11th,   1924
The Empire stevedoring Co.,
325 Howe St.
City,
Dear Sirs,
With reference to your letter of May 10th and mine of
?fay 26 th.
t find that the earn© condition applied on a shipment of
Milk Powder transferred from the S.S.   ATiagara to  the Empress of Asia.
I am attaching herewith memorandum of these shipments and shall he glad
if you will kindly let me have your cheque to cover for amount of $24.81
at your early convenience,
"fours  truly,
Wharf .Agent.
.T.C.  L/C.
Pro
4/15212
4/15211
4/15210
4/15209
4/15213
Shipments of Butter ex S.S,/ Niagara
Teamed from shed 6 te Pier D for Empress Asia,
120 toes
240 .,
600 ..
200,
1160 ..
7800#
15600#
39000#
13000#
160»
320'
800'
267'
1547»
Yokohama
Eohe
Shanghai
184 cs    Milk Powder,  15456#      659'       Yokohama
1547 @ 45/    -   $17.40
659 @  45/ 7.41 Station
Vancouver Wharf
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The following described property in apparent good order
Way Billed From
Date of Waybill
Series and No. of Waybill
Initial and No. of Car
Consignor -
ARTICLES AND MARKS
WEIGHT AND MEAS'T
a L.   No,.	
Purtssr^s Signature.
Date 	
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Steamer	
Del'd by Checker. ; G  0 P Yc
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File -    68987,
Messrs. Frank: Bros0»
Vancouver. B.  G.
Dear Slrs:-
Attached please find expense l)ill covering cost
of transferring 174 bundles Envelopes from shed 3 to pier D.
Shis shipment was discharged by the S.S.Cardiganshire and
was forwarded by your Company to Victoria»
The cost of transferring from Wharf to the S.S.
Cardiganshire should be borne by shippers and I am, therefore
attaching expense bill to coyer*
I regret that through an oversight this bill was
not rendered to you at an earlier date9 same having been
charged up to the wrong Company.
Yours truly >
Wharf Freight Agent.
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Item   ( 13 ),   $44.10  (pt #48.82)   Amount due ©spire Stevedoring Ce.   #44.10
I attach copy of letter 8ept.24th/26.    All tonnages referred t@ waa
et ruck off our Asia nanifest,  and  the B»i»lre S.  Co.  wore not paid for
handling.  Ar,  Cuaming knew this when he wrote thea,  but took thie way
of stealinr:  another amount.     Cheque  for $48.82 wae  handed him on Sept,
£9th,  h\it he had no  opportunity of removing cash until   <Tov.l8th.   Thie
cheque  is  then passed to cashier as part of IC.T.Co.'e  settlement,   and
warn  one of the  items that tripped liin up.
Item   ( 14 ) .   $4.72,   (pt $48.82)     ?or credit of Supt
againat Sto-vedorinr    expanse.
?ly
14.78
Letter  (item 13)   covers  thia amount.  S.  S.   Cu.   were overpaid on shipment  referred to.   Jhair account $1370.46  covering 15/iiussia,   59-3/ wae
)  Supt'   for j At  on h'arch 16th/25.   Agent*8  debit*   to  apply
-.02.48,   therefore thie  difference should he or edited to  Supt'
Suamary.
item.  Due.C.P.R.     gupt,   C.P.S.S.   M.T.Co.   J.C.  E.S.Co.  V.H.C.   R.a.S.P.
TIT
(2)
(3)
(4)
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(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
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18.18       3.14
3.83
14.10
4.72
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$9.00
.21     4.40
44.10
$54.00
17.06
"1612.45    ?p33.33   HT.42 $3.49 "19.21  f51.05 T?1.06
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Total  $809.91
$1.30
A c o p y •
Vancouver/ B.C. Se&t. 24th, 1926.
1-91210.
Empire stevedoring Co.,
Vancouver,  B.C.
"Dear sir:-
On looking over past manifeata for our wEmpreaa*
S$ea"iera, I find that there wore a number of i hip© sat a short shipped
on the M?SfnpresB of Afcia" arriving September (ahould read July } 1925
and the fallowing ia a ynamora.-iduia of these itema, showing weight and
measurement, Aa account has been p&aeed on the batia of 45^5 par ton,.
there  ia   a  refund due our Company of 644.10
On the   *lmpreaa ott Ru&eia" Voy.   b9-£5,  arriving April
1925,   t'A^re mm  a eh ?8 bales batting,  Aeaaura»ent of which
war a  as   29  tonfc  1   ft.   instead of 16 tons  17  ft,   a difference of
10  tona   24  ft.   and §4*72 handling.
I  ehall be pleased ta  receive your
$48.82 at your early convenience,
J,Ui       cIaUU
nat of
"l.Asia"
Shanghai    9120
9125
9123
9124
9135
1695/1697  )
1713/1716  )
9131
188
9122
1712
1694
66
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Yours  truly,
Wharf Fr.ight Arent,
Lhs. Keas._
165 " 2.26
364 1.18
65 | I .03
449 V   * 1.05
14607 17.02
19666 J    21.18
5000 1   #****     4.13 /
6 707^ 4.18
3080 \ 1.31
1714 4     1.28
34132 1 24.07
6947//,,.,* 5.12
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It-^fb (' 9  ).^54.00  (pt  of §60.)   Due Vancouver Harbour Ceaami&aienera #64a
I  am enclosing ateftool receipt |60.00 covering additional payment of
harbour duea.  The actual payment wae  fur $6.00,   and receipt  afterwarda
altered by Mr.   Curaming.   TSntry in eaah book Aug.3i/26,   ehowe  as $60.00
-ade up aa   follow:- 0/B cash book 16/34 $36.00
o/b *. 16/35 .69
B/cr itm 68  2l/6 5.31
120 14/7 13.50
134  31/7 4.50
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I  an attaching  copies  of n/d a tat orient a  ae  paid  to  V.K, Cordis a ion era >
and az:\ showing how a Bine should have  read, .(in red).
$36,00 collected from the Liquor Control p.oard waa rrnde o/d in cash book
and applied ae  above,
,00 actually refunded to H.Board waa  due to  their questioning the
prallonage on  "E/Huaaia* Juna 30th §292,00 a/e,   and corrected statement
waa made up allowing  thera the additional #6.   He ultA mdt* had only $5,31
available at s/Dr to  cover thia,   and turned in eaah 69/ aa having been
collected Qyy, pre 6/6053.   Hi® asaesataent en the latter waa correct aa
$3,60 and  there waa  nothing further due,   Thia  amall  difference ie  no
doubt due to varioua  small  errera between aaaeeeznanta  and amount a
allowed the V.H.C.   on the xaanifeat,   and the entire manifeet would have
to be checked up to locate.
$13,50 waa due  to  abort paying the V.K.Ca   on nallonage pro  7/6*64. We
collected &18.00 but paid them only $4.50
|>4.L>0 waa  due to  abort paying  the V.H.C.   on gallongg(9 vr§  7/6337   •  We
collected #6.00 but paid them only §1.50.
The above short payments  of ^54.00 should now be paid the V.H.C.
I would alao  point out  that while we collected b/d #3,60 on pro  6/0063
v/e only paid the V.H.C*  #1.80,   and thia  difference appears  to be a till
available  in s/r>r #74 .Tune  7th/26.part of §107.94,   Thia  amount  should
alao  be-paid the V.H.C. Form B.C.C.S. 12 F
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'/AA7  Vancouver   Harbour   Commissioners
CARGO   RATES   STATEMENT
Month Ended	
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Statement setting out quantity of cargo received or deposited  within the  limits  of  the  Harbour of  Vancouver
for the month as above, as required by By-law 124, approved  by  Order-in-Council   dated   20th   August,   1925.
Name of Company..
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Address..
NOTE.—This statement must be made out in duplicate and delivered at the offices of the Harbour Commissioners on or before the
10th day of each month, together with remittance covering rates payable. State whether Tons weight or measurement
by W. or M.
CLASS OF GOODS
QUANTITY
Inward
Outward
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft. as
per vessel's manifest	
Minimum charge:—The charge on any single shipment be not less than 5c.
AUTOS AND VEHICLES, on own wheels or with wheels off or boxed, per ton
of 2,000  lbs	
APPLES, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
BRICKS—Common,  per thousand  bricks	
Fire, per thousand bricks	
CONCENTRATES OR ORE—Per ton of 2,000 lbs. (bulk)	
COAL—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
COKE—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
CEMENT—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
EXPLOSIVES—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
FISH—Canned, per ton weight or measurement as per vessel's manifest—
Inwards   	
Outwards	
Fresh, Frozen and Salted, per ton 2,000 lbs	
GRAIN AND GRAIN  PRODUCTS—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
GRAIN—Wheat, Oats, Barley, Rye and Flax	
GRAIN PRODUCTS—Flour, Bran, Shorts, Maize, Middlings, Rolled Oats,
Oatmeal in sacks or gunnies and Screenings	
NOTE.—Food Stuffs in cartons or cases, General Merchandise.
IRON  AND STEEL, including bars, plates, rods, rails, hoops and structural
per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
Pig, Billets or Scrap, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
LIME—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
LIQUORS—Whiskies, Wines and all other alcoholic liquors excepting Ales and
Beers, per gallon 	
ALES, BEERS AND STOUT—Per gallon	
LIGHT WINES, in bulk not exceeding an invoiced value of $1 per gal.-per gal
LIVE STOCK—
Horses, per head  .	
Cattle, per hoad 	
Swine, per head	
Sheep, per head 	
LUMBER AND LUMBER PRODUCTS—
Logs, per section (when towed)	
Logs, not otherwise specified, per 1,000 ft. B.M	
Lumber, per 1,000 ft. B.M *	
Hardwood, per 1,000 ft. B.M	
Lath, per 1,000 Lath	
Piles, Poles and Spars, untreated, 100 lineal ft	
Piles, Poles and Spars, treated, 100 lineal ft	
Shingles, per ton of 2,000 lbs. (estimated 40 bdls. to a ton) ...
Shingle Bolts, per crib 	
Shingle Bolts, not otherwise specified, per cord	
Cordwood, not otherwise specified, per cord	
Box Shooks, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
OIL AND OIL PRODUCTS—
Fuel, Crude or Lubricating Oils in bulk, per ton of 2,000 lbs., inwards	
Fuel, Crude, Road, Skid or Lubricating Oils, outwards	
Gasoline, Naphtha, Distillate and Refined Oils, per ton of 2,000 lbs.—
Inwards   	
Outwards	
PULP—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
PAPER—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
RETURNED  EMPTY CONTAINERS—All kinds including boxes, drums, jars,
bottles, glasses, etc., per ton of 2,000 lbs	
RICE—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., measurement 40 cu. ft -	
SAND, GRAVEL AND CRUSHED ROCK—Per cubic yard	
SPELTER—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
STONE—Undressed, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
TIN AND WIRE, when scrapped, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
CAR FERRY AND BARGE TRAFFIC—
Goods brought into the Harbour in car loads or part car loads for interchange in cars to rail or brought in by rail for interchange to car
ferry or barge, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
Exceptions—Explosives, Liquors or Live Stock.
TOTALS...
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.05
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Amount
r
SUB-DIVISION OF PART TON—
The following charge for any one way-bill shipment not exceeding
500 lbs. or 10 cu. ft, the rate of % of 1 ton.
Over 500 lbs. or 10 cu. ft. not exceeding 1,000 lbs. or 20 cu. ft., the rate
of % of 1 ton.
Over 1,000 or 20 cu. ft. and not exceeding 1,500 lbs. or 30 cu. ft., the
rate of % of 1 ton.
Over 1,500 lbs. or 30* cu. ft. and not exceeding 2,000 lbs. or 40 cu. ft.,
the rate of 1 ton.
The above does not apply to any shipment on a gallonage basis.
We (or I) hereby certify that the above is a true and correct statement of all the cargo landed or   shipped   in   the   Harbour  of
Vancouver, B. C, or deposited within the limits of the Harbour during the month ended 192	
by	
(Name of Company)
Vancouver, B. C.,..
.192..
Per..
(State office held)
* no-
Vancouver   Harbour   Commissioners
CARGO   RATES   STATEMENT
Month Ended.   192..
Statement setting out quantity of cargo received or deposited  within the  limits  of  the  Harbour of Vancouver
for the month as above, as required by By-law 124, approved  by   Order-in-Council   dated   20th August,   1925.
Name of Company-
Address            .:        -./-	
NOTE.—This statement must be made out in duplicate and delivered at the offices of the Harbour Commissioners on or before the
10th day of each month, together with remittance covering rates payable. State whether Tons weight or measurement
by W. or M.
CLASS OF GOODS
QUANTITY
Inward
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft. as
per vessel's manifest 	
Minimum charge:—The charge on any single shipment be not less than 5c.
AUTOS AND VEHICLES, on own wheels or with wheels of£ or boxed, per ton
of 2,000 lbs	
APPLES, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
BRICKS—Common,  per thousand  bricks	
Fire, per thousand bricks	
CONCENTRATES OR ORE—Per ton of 2,000 lbs. (bulk)	
COAL—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
COKE—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
CEMENT—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
EXPLOSIVES—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
FISH—Canned, per ton weight or measurement as per vessel's manifest—
Inwards   	
Outwards	
Fresh, Frozen and Salted, per ton 2,000 lbs	
GRAIN AND GRAIN  PRODUCTS—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
GRAIN—Wheat, Oats, Barley, Rye and Flax	
GRAIN PRODUCTS—Flour, Bran, Shorts, Maize, Middlings, Rolled Oats,
Oatmeal in sacks or gunnies and Screenings	
NOTE.—Food Stuffs in cartons or cases, General Merchandise.
IRON  AND STEEL, including bars, plates, rods, rails, hoops and structural
per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
Pig, Billets or Scrap, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
LIME—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
LIQUORS—Whiskies, Wines and all other alcoholic liquors excepting Ales and
Beers, per gallon 	
ALES, BEERS AND STOUT—Per gallon	
LIGHT WINES, in bulk not exceeding an invoiced value of $1 per gal.-per gal.
LIVE STOCK—
Horses, per head  -	
Cattle, per head	
Swine, per head 	
Sheep, per head  *	
LUMBER AND LUMBER PRODUCTS—
Logs, per section (when towed)	
Logs, not otherwise specified, per 1,000 ft. B.M	
Lumber, per 1,000 ft. B.M	
Hardwood, per 1,000 ft. B.M	
Lath, per 1,000 Lath 	
Piles, Poles and Spars, untreated, 100 lineal ft	
Piles, Poles and Spars, treated, 100 lineal ft	
Shingles, per ton of 2,000 lbs. (estimated 40 bdls. to a ton)	
Shingle Bolts, per crib	
Shingle Bolts, not otherwise specified, per cord	
Cordwood, not otherwise specified, per cord	
Box Shooks, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
OIL AND OIL PRODUCTS—
Fuel, Crude or Lubricating Oils in bulk, per ton of 2,000 lbs., inwards ....
Fuel, Crude, Road, Skid or Lubricating Oils, outwards	
Gasoline, Naphtha, Distillate and Refined Oils, per ton of 2,000 lbs.—
Inwards   	
Outwards	
PULP—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
PAPER—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
RETURNED  EMPTY CONTAINERS—All kinds including boxes, drums, jars,
bottles, glasses, etc., per ton of 2,000 lbs	
RICE—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., measurement 40 cu. ft	
SAND, GRAVEL AND CRUSHED ROCK—Per cubic yard	
SPELTER—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
STONE—Undressed, per ton of 2,000 lbs .	
TIN AND WIRE, when scrapped, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
CAR FERRY AND BARGE TRAFFIC—
Goods brought into the Harbour in car loads or part car loads for interchange in cars to rail or brought in by rail for interchange to car
ferry or barge, per ton of 2,000 lbs ,	
Exceptions—Explosives, Liquors or^Live Stock.
TOTALS.
■■■■Z-f-irp-
Outward
Rate
.15
.20
.14
.10
.30
.05
.10
.10
.15
.25
.10
.05
.05
.06
.06
.15
.10
.10
.01%
.01
.01
.10
.10
.05
.03
1.75
.05
.05
.10
.03
.05
.20
.05
10.00
.04
.04
.05
.15
.05
.25
.05
.05
.15
.05
.15
.03
.05
.10
.10
.05
Amount
 :	
sf
Tf~~f00
SUB-DIVISION OF PART TON—
The following charge for any one way-bill shipment not exceeding
500 lbs. or 10 cu. ft., the rate of % of 1 ton.
Over 500 lbs. or 10 cu. ft. not exceeding 1,000 lbs. or 20 cu. ft, the rate
of V2 of 1 ton.
Over 1,000 or 20' cu. ft. and not exceeding 1,500 lbs. or 30 cu. ft., the
rate of % of 1 ton.
Over 1,500 lbs. or 30 cu. ft. and not exceeding 2,000 lbs. or 40 cu. ft,
the rate of 1 ton.
The above does not apply to any shipment on a gallonage basis.
We (or I) hereby certify that the above is a true and correct statement of all the cargo landed or   shipped   in   the   Harbour  of
Vancouver, B. C, or deposited within the limits of the Harbour during the month ended 192	
by-
Vai
(Name of Company)
Vancouver, B. C.,..
.192..
Per-
(State office held)
m 12
(29-7-26-80875)
Wharf or Steamer
Date
Customs Report No.
Form B.C.C.S  12F
Pro. No.
M
Sheet No.
RECEIVED  FROM   CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
The following described property in apparent good order
Per Steamer-
-Voy.
From
W.B. No.
W.B. Date
Shipper
No. of Packages and Description of Articles
Weight
Measurement \
Deitftha
tion
Rate Freight
Wha
rfage
Receiver's Signature	
Date 19,
Wharfage at
Billing Point
Advances Prepaid
w
■<;
l<\       *\~-r
Del'd. by Teamster-
Checker	
G*33fcp
Total to
Coiiect no-
Vancouver   Harbour   Commissioners
CARGO   RATES   STATEMENT
Month Ended 192..
Statement setting out quantity of cargo received or deposited  within the  limits  of the  Harbour  of  Vancouver
for the month as above, as required by By-law 124, approved  by  Order-in-Council   dated   20th  August,   1925.
Name of Company-
Address..
NOTE.—This statement must be made out in duplicate and delivered at the offices of the Harbour Commissioners on or before the
10th day of each month, together with remittance covering rates payable. State whether Tons weight or measurement
by W. or M.
CLASS OF GOODS
QUANTITY
Inward
Outward
Rate
Amount
as
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft,
per vessel's manifest 	
Minimum charge:—The charge on any single shipment be not less than 5c
AUTOS AND VEHICLES, on own wheels or with wheels off or boxed, per ton
of 2,000 lbs	
APPLES, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
BRICKS—Common,  per thousand  bricks	
Fire, per thousand bricks	
CONCENTRATES OR ORE—Per ton of 2,000 lbs. (bulk)	
COAL—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
COKE—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
CEMENT—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
EXPLOSIVES—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
FISH—Canned, per ton weight or measurement as per vessel's manifest—
Inwards	
Outwards  	
Fresh, Frozen and Salted, per ton 2,000 lbs	
GRAIN AND GRAIN PRODUCTS—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
GRAIN—Wheat, Oats, Barley, Rye and Flax	
GRAIN PRODUCTS—Flour, Bran, Shorts, Maize, Middlings, Rolled Oats,
Oatmeal in sacks or gunnies and Screenings	
NOTE.—Food Stuffs in cartons or cases, General Merchandise.
IRON  AND STEEL, including bars, plates, rods, rails, hoops and structural
per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft *	
Pig, Billets or Scrap, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft.
LIME—Per ton of 2,000 lbs .	
LIQUORS—Whiskies, Wines and all other alcoholic liquors excepting Ales and
Beers, per gallon 	
ALES, BEERS AND STOUT—Per gallon	
LIGHT WINES, in bulk not exceeding an invoiced value of $1 per gal.-per gal.
LIVE STOCK—
Horses, per head 	
Cattle, per head '.	
Swine, per head 	
Sheep, per head 	
LUMBER AND LUMBER PRODUCTS—
Logs, per section (when towed) 	
Logs, not otherwise specified, per 1,000 ft. B.M	
Lumber, per 1,000 ft. B.M	
Hardwood, per 1,000 ft. B.M	
Lath, per 1,000 Lath 	
Piles, Poles and Spars, untreated, 100 lineal ft	
Piles, Poles and Spars, treated, 100 lineal ft	
Shingles, per ton of 2,000 lbs. (estimated 40 bdls. to a ton)	
Shingle Bolts, per crib  -	
Shingle Bolts, not otherwise specified, per cord	
Cordwood, not otherwise specified, per cord	
Box Shooks, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
OIL AND OIL PRODUCTS—
Fuel, Crude or Lubricating Oils in bulk, per ton of 2,000 lbs., inwards .....
Fuel, Crude, Road, Skid or Lubricating Oils, outwards	
Gasoline, Naphtha, Distillate and Refined Oils, per ton of 2,000 lbs.—
Inwards   	
Outwards	
PULP—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
PAPER—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
RETURNED  EMPTY CONTAINERS—All kinds including boxes, drums, jars,
bottles, glasses, etc., per ton of 2,000 lbs	
RICE—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., measurement 40 cu. ft	
SAND, GRAVEL AND CRUSHED ROCK—Per cubic yard	
SPELTER—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
STONE—Undressed, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
TIN AND WIRE, when scrapped, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
CAR FERRY AND BARGE TRAFFIC—
Goods brought into the Harbour in car loads or part car loads for interchange in cars to rail or brought in by rail for interchange to car
ferry or barge, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
Exceptions—Explosives, Liquors or Live Stock.
TOTALS..
$0$....
JMmCm..
>16
.15
.20
.14
.10
.30
.05
.10
.10
.15
.25
.10
.05
.05
.06
.06
.15
.10
.10
.01%
.01
.01
.10
.10
.05
.03
1.75
.05
.05
.10
.03
.05
.20
.05
10.00
.04
.04
.05
.15
.05
.25
.05
.05
.15
.05
.15
.03
.05
.10
.10
.05
Z7vp
.AA. :
76
SUB-DIVISION OF PART TON—
The following charge for any one way-bill shipment not exceeding
500 lbs. or 10 cu. ft, the rate of % of 1 ton.
Over 500 lbs. or 10 cu. ft. not exceeding 1,000 lbs. or 20 cu. ft, the rate
of % of 1 ton.
Over 1,000 or 20 cu. ft. and not exceeding 1,500 lbs. or 30 cu. ft, the
rate of % of 1 ton.
Over 1,500 lbs. or 30* cu. ft and not exceeding 2,000 lbs. or 40 cu. ft,
the rate of 1 ton.
The above does not apply to any shipment on a gallonage basis.
We (or I) hereby certify that the above is a true and correct statement of all the cargo landed or   shipped   in   the   Harbour   of
Vancouver, B. C, or deposited within the limits of the Harbour during the month ended.. 192	
by	
(Name of Company)
Vancouver, B. C.,..
.192..
Per..
(State office held) COPY,
June 50th 1926,
P .H2766.
Liquor Control Board,
oli-7 7 Afreet,
Vancouver, A.C,
Deal* Sirs*** .>
Collection ^36#00 Pro 6/6259
1 am nttf#«hliig here. 1th corrected expenae
"bill eovering cargo ratea on shipment  of liquor discharged
17 the  E/Aaio*    Original expense till nac  issued on the
.3 tvio gallons per case tut   1 understand that  theee
caa€s  contained eight    gallons*    Oargo    rates  therefore
amount  to ^iiS.OO am,  % shell be  pleased to receive your cheque
for a mount of $56*00
iours  truly,
JO/ma WtimiW FREIGHT AGKKS.
—— m-7-26-80452)
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Station
Date
iTo the order of.
Customs Report No.
Advise.
Pro. No,
Fomm 12 ¥ H
.Sheet. No.
Received from CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
The following described property in apparent good order
Way Billed From
Date of W. B.
Series and No. of W. B.
Initial and No. of Gar
Consignor
Connecting Line Reference
Original Point cf Shipment
Original   W. 8. No. and Date
'Orlgitttf'Car
ARTICLES AND MARKS
The surrender of the original ** order '* Bill of Lading properly endorsed
shall be required before the delivery of the goods. Inspection of the goods
covered by this Bill of Lading will not be permitted unless provided by law
or unless permission is endorsed on the original Bill of Lading or given in
writing by the shipper.
WEIGHT
RATE
CHARGES
Receiver's Signature..
Date.  .;
J 9    Del'd by Teamster..
Checker	
Make cheques payable to order of Canadian Pacific Ry.   Mail to Local Freight Agent. Vancouver   Harbour   Commissioners
No..
CARGO   RATES   STATEMENT
Month Ended..
Statement setting out quantity of cargo received or deposited  within the  limits  of  the  Harbour
for the month jts above, as require£xE>y) By-law 124, approved  by  Order-in-Council  dated   20th
Name of Company   - iM^y^^MTy^        J/^&LMJe^3L4A   ^€^
 192.
,.i
or/Vancouver
!ugust,   1925.
Address...
7^4d.^.^04i. U^Mid^t. /jkd?.
NOTE.-
-This statement must be made out in duplicate and delivered at the offices of the Harbour Commissioners on or before the
10th day of each month, together with remittance covering rates payable. State whether Tons weight or measurement
by W. or M.
CLASS OF GOODS
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft. as
per vessel's manifest  ---	
Minimum charge:—The charge on any single shipment be not less than 5c.
AUTOS AND VEHICLES, on own wheels or with wheels off or boxed, per ton
of 2,000 lbs -	
APPLES, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
BRICKS—Common,  per thousand  bricks	
Fire, per thousand bricks	
CONCENTRATES OR ORE—Per ton of 2,000 lbs. (bulk)	
COAL—Per ton of 2,000 lbs 7.	
COKE—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
CEMENT—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
EXPLOSIVES—Per ton of 2,000 lbs .....
FISH—Canned, per ton weight or measurement as per vessel's manifest—
Inwards	
Outwards   :	
Fresh, Frozen and Salted, per ton 2,000 lbs	
GRAIN AND GRAIN  PRODUCTS—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
GRAIN—Wheat, Oats, Barley, Rye and Flax	
GRAIN PRODUCTS—Flour, Bran, Shorts, Maize, Middlings, Rolled Oats,
Oatmeal in sacks or gunnies and Screenings	
NOTE.—Food Stuffs in cartons or cases, General Merchandise.
IRON  AND STEEL, including bars, plates, rods, rails, hoops and structural
per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
Pig, Billets or Scrap, per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft—
LIME—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
LIQUORS—Whiskies, Wines and all other alcoholic liquors excepting Ales and
Beers, per gallon	
ALES, BEERS AND STOUT—Per gallon	
LIGHT WINES, in bulk not exceeding an invoiced value of $1 per gal.-per gal
LIVE STOCK—
Horses, per head 	
Cattle, per head 	
Swine, per head	
Sheep, per head 	
LUMBER AND LUMBER PRODUCTS—
Logs, per section (when towed) 	
Logs, not otherwise specified, per 1,000 ft. B.M	
Lumber, per 1,000 ft. B.M	
Hardwood, per 1,000 ft. B.M	
Lath, per 1,000 Lath 	
Piles, Poles and Spars, untreated, 100 lineal ft	
Piles, Poles and Spars, treated, 100 lineal ft	
Shingles, per ton of 2,000 lbs. (estimated 40 bdls. to a ton)	
Shingle Bolts, per crib 	
Shingle Bolts, not otherwise specified, per cord	
Cordwood, not otherwise specified, per cord	
Box Shooks, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
OIL AND OIL PRODUCTS—
Fuel, Crude or Lubricating Oils in bulk, per ton of 2,000 lbs., inwards	
Fuel, Crude, Road, Skid or Lubricating Oils, outwards..	
Gasoline, Naphtha, Distillate and Refined Oils, per ton of 2,000 lbs.—
Inwards   	
Outwards	
PULP—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
PAPER—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., or measurement 40 cu. ft	
RETURNED  EMPTY CONTAINERS—All kinds including boxes, drums, jars,
bottles, glasses, etc., per ton of 2,000 lbs	
RICE—Per ton of 2,000 lbs., measurement 40 cu. ft	
SAND, GRAVEL AND CRUSHED ROCK—Per cubic yard
SPELTER—Per ton of 2,000 lbs	
STONE—Undressed, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
TIN AND WIRE, when scrapped, per ton of 2,000 lbs	
CAR FERRY AND BARGE TRAFFIC—
Goods brought into the Harbour in car loads or part car loads for interchange in cars to rail or brought in by rail for interchange to car
ferry or barge, per ton of 2,000 lbs.
Exceptions—ExplosiveaKLIquors or Live Stock,
:xceptions—fcxplosiveej^Liquors or Livestock. y\
3k.i&m &L^ tnfri**' rv*U*~ <4%S*M4 4M    Stft&W> " t/tt Wdyyf$ MtwA ff&V9m&idr
QUANTITY
Inward
^2ite-
3330
Outward
6z
Rate
.15
Cm
.20
.14
.10
.30
.05
.10
.10
.15
.25
.10
.05
.05
.06
.15
.10
.10
.01%
.01
.01
.10
.10
.05
.03
1.75
.05
.05
.10
.03
.05
.20
.05
10.00
.04
.04
.05
.15
.05
.25
.05
.05
.15
.05
.15
.03
.05
.10
.10
.05
d'tfiX
Amount
t$3..
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£Mm,
SUB-DIVISION OF PART TON— //^V
The following charge for any one way-bill shipment not exceeding
500 lbs. or 10 cu. ft., the rate of % of 1 ton.
Over 500 lbs. or 10 cu. ft. not exceeding 1,000 lbs. or 20 cu. ft., the rate
of % of 1 ton.
Over 1,000 or 20 cu. ft. and not exceeding 1,500 lbs. or 30 cu. ft., the
rate of % of 1 ton.
Over 1,500 lbs. or 30* cu. ft. and not exceeding 2,000 lbs. or 40 cu. ft,
the rate of 1 ton.
The above does not apply to any shipment on a gallonage basis.
We (or I) hereby certify that the above is a true and correct statement of all the cargo landed j>r   shipped   in  the  Harbour  of
Vancouver, B. C, or depositedyw^hin tlie limits
b^-r^2^^^.^^......jj
Tame offCompan;
(Name
Vancouver, B. C.,.
Harbour during the month ended
W j Pap-e 7 continued    (  part af #809.91 ) .
Item  ( 10 }   #17.06.  Due Vancouver Harbour Comissionera  a/c k/d    $17,06
The KCiMfg.  Co. a cheque covering the attached was held "by Gumming
until he got a chance to  replace  for cash*   On Oct.   9tit he hands  this
in-to cashier aa part settlement of Mainland Transfer Co.* accounts
paid that  date.  You will -note that  thie  represents h/d short paid the
V.H.C.   on  wrs/Cannd&"  23 W#   and amount  is  now due them.
Item  (  11  )   |16,B2 ^ie G,f*li   increased wharfage $ 8.62
..   handling 6.90
♦ .   R.7'-:\Steam Packet li/D for payment  ta V.H.C.l»ftO
$16.82
Thie  amount wae  collected twice.   Collection from Eintoul dc Andrewsfbkr,
Sept.11th want to s/Dr //4/9,   It aaa 51,  and was  refunded  them ,21/9.  In
the meantimo collection had alto been made froia tka ftll^J^^h  E.G.
Distilleries.  Xbla  cheque was  evidently held from Sept,   fcOjatiraa,  until
Oct.9th,   vrhen it wae  parked  through  to  cashier as  part of -"lainland
Transfer Co. a  settlement that date.
Item  {  12 ) .   $14.10 Handling charges  due supt*   to  apply againat
Stevedoring account, $14.10
I attach copy of letter Oct.26th asking for refund a/c  over-paid the
Empire Stevedoring Co.   account shipments  short landed s/liuseia 68-BU
S.Co.B  account SJJ1395.83 mm  passed to  Bupt.   Sept.2nd for payment,
and #1172.62 av le  in tfa  debits,   fkis   amount  s-nuuld therefore
be credited to VX7gz% .
Thia  collection fern*    was held up until  the necessary cash could be
secured by Gumming,   stnd he turned same in "Tov. 18th as  from the Mainland
Transfer Co*   This  was  one of the items  that caught him,  which will be
explained in my general  report# (1-5-19-11170}
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Customs Report Uoe
Advise... IMtfiL.fi.
Pro. No.
Form 12 FH
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Way Billed From
Date of W. B.
Series and No. of W. B.
Initial and No, of Car
Consignor
Connecting Line Reference
. IT.   ■
Original Point of Shipment
"'  I-'      ■<
Original   W. B. No. and Date
ARTICLES AND MARKS
The surrender of the original " order " Bill of Lading properly endorsed
shall be required before the delivery of the goods. Inspection of the goods
covered by this Bill of Lading will not be permitted unless provided by law
or unless permission is endorsed on the original Bill of Lading or given in
writing by the shipper.
m a ■ a	
WEIGHT
RATE
77
.OFFICE RECORD.
Make cheques payable to order of Canadian Pacific Ry.   Mail to ^.ooal Freight Agent.
A,
Orlgina! Car
CHARGES S7
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will be d
•s-sas*
Wharf or Steamer
Date
Customs Report No.
Pro. No.
iO/ fe6
M
-   Seattle, Sheet No.
RECEIVED FROM   CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
The following described property in apparent good order
Per Steamer-
-Voy.-
From
. '.Qghat
W.B. No.
W.B. Date
Shipper k/Caha**   Sfl.W   Jmm   in/p.A
No. of Packages and Description of Articles
£0400 "bclla N»  rhooks
1080S iS^ ftli#i pat on !
9606 i3x S0OW frojg
Weight
Measurement
Tons   I   Feet
2905d ft
Destina
at
ition
Wha
Rate
5$
ft
rfage
Receiver's Signature	
Date        1 9.
Freight
Wharfage at
Billing Point
86*89
19. 20
Advances
Prepaid
Total to
Collect
r?*o§
Del'd by Teamster-
Checker	 COPY,
August 28th 1^26
Fmlll^Zk
Shell Go*,
Shell Bldg.,
Westlake  Ave * & Highland Dr#,
Seattle, lash!
Dear Sir.. :*
Attached please  find expense bill covering
additional cargo raxes  on shipment box shooks  forwarded
on the E/Canada Voy* UNI sailing June  10th*
Original expense bill shewed cargo rates  on
shipment bom shocks which mere delivered  to our shed,
but li  did not  assess  cargo rates  on that  portion of th
shipment received by t****
I understand that the Vancouver Hbr Gommsrs*
did not collect cargo rates  on the  inward movement  of
the  scow and have  asked us  to protect on the  outward
movements  of the "^/Canada11
I shall be pleased to receive your cheque
for amount  of ^17*06 at your early convenience»
Yours   truly,
Wharf Freight Age it CO PY,
BRITISH COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO.  LTD.
New Westminster, B.C.
September t>5th 1926*
Canadian  Pacific Railway Co. Ltd.,
Wharf Frei^it Agent,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sirs :-
File #?-Ill|.02l}.
As requested  in your letter   of the 3rd inst.
we  are  enclosing our cheque for $17.06 covering Harbour dues
on Shell Company of California shipment  in connection with the
"S.S.Empress  of Canada ."
Yours truly,
BRITISH COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO.  LTD.
(sgd) E.R.Latta,
ERL;WS Accountant.
Encl. COPY*
September 3/26
¥~llk92k
British Columbia Manufacturing Co#
New Westminster, B*G*
Dear Sirs,
Collection $17*06 Carfto Rates*
Expense  bill for the  above  amounts was  sent  to
the Shell Co*, for payment, and they advise  me  that
same haa been forwarded to you for payment*
I will appreciate  your cheque  to cover as early
as possible^
Yours  truly,
JC/ICG • Wharf Freight Agent* COPY, Vancouver,  B.C.  Aug.   28th,1926*
Rintoul & Andrews,
801 Hasting  st.  W.
Vancouver?1?. C.
Dear Sir:-
o/s  $16.82 Pro  8/15056.
w B8   "Dintledyk11 discharged a shipment of bottles
for the "R.C.rietillery and terminal  chargas were aaecasad on basis  of
manifest weight*  On fchipxaent being weighed on our duck ymjjsxx prior to
loading  into  cars,   it was   found that  there was  a big discrepancy
between the manifest weight ^nd that arrived at hy weighing in our fthed?
I have there fere issued corrected expense bill on the
basis ef our ehed weight,  and ehall thank you to let me have your
cheque for additional amount uf $16.82 at your early convenience.
'lours., truly,
Uuurf freight Agent*
TcAfMc, (18-3-26-77013)
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Notify..
Received from CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
The following described property in apparent good order
Way Billed From
Date of Waybill
Series and No. of Waybill
Initial and No, of Car
Consignor
ARTICLES AND MARKS
WEIGHT AND MEAS'T
B. L   No.	
Purser's Signature.
Date...........................
.19.
Steamer.............
Del'd byChacksr. C 0 P Y  *
>V
Vancouver,  33.C.   Oct.   28th,   1926.
F-115267,
Empire s-tevadoring Co.,
325 Howe Street,
Vancouver,  fe*B*
Dear Sir:-
"Below is a me»erandu» of shipments which were short-
landed hy the *EtRussia" Voyage 68-B in the month ef August. Tonnage
statement to you covered the original figures as we expected that the
art a&ipmeilta  tteuld arrive hy a subsequent Eatress  steaaUMf*  Same,
hewever,  were brought  fernmrft hy the 8.8*   tsTyndareuan which discharged
at  the ^allantyne Pier.
The difference in measurement ia 1414 cu*   ft.  ar 35-1/4
tons  which at  the rate of 40^ would amount  to  $14*10.   I  a--.all  appreciate
your cheque at your earliest convenience*
HKong B/%* 941
./-useia - 68-3.
lani
feet.
DU
cliai
21
-{yd
b&l
**   400
941
¥**9M
"bal
It   iTm   ft,
ft.
943
40
944
23
544
944
25
581
17
395
947
30
713 ' /; a'
21
485
948
50
1547     '
48
1293
949
25
617
48W "5%.
14
347
3464
ff.
jo/:.
//'
;ruly,
Wharf Freight Agent,
yt*
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