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i? 93'/&li FORM 101
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Sftk, Ittt,   ~&
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ted,
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tear Mr* II***!
With referoitee to jemr letter ef Mm 13tti _MMt
regarding TOjmg€ of the ^Skagtrak11 itny 17th tl June l§th# 1#34«
1 nistf r^alisse from the ra_Mtrka coMuUstA la thu first
ijflflfc of yemr that tbe ilffgl if $2#404*8$ cwreriag
stevedoring aM itumrwee at Skagn«y is «tly a tentative fl^pre
and that vhea the actual cost ia knew ___* adjmtneiit will be n_a
While it is ittjrftirgt^ that the figure $2,494«8
enly tut estimate* m this differed act largely frwt the previous
figure ef HiBUH I V*e«*ftpe4 eertate clarification not^L
that as soon m yew have received -ion o_ fisuimce
rate from Messrs. Marsh al McI^toiim United yon will be in a
position te establish the proper charge* FORM 101 Gw
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
* ©ct**er Ztthm 19U.     mJ
FILE OR CLA1H *    *■»**"**
VUat 140§8-3B-4
M.A. »_1_- ^
• a •
*»       tfaig separately regarding the que-tic*
«f Mftr_g_ti_« latere costs befcwea steirsdariag ^ haad
w_ that performs by aec_a„__e«i ftpiiina**
Ifottrg Tery truly,
* * 8 I | a r,
c.c: F.Gv-_5avies, Esq.,
Foxnt Accountant,
Boom 102, C.P.R, Station,
Vancouver, B.C.
J.S. Druramond, £•%,,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
a «   * ^ Thls has ref rcnce to »? letter of October 8th
_ -S___"r,t"T °f Uni0n *—•*>•' «•**» _-£_____ UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
VANCOUVER 4,  B.C.
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October 13, 1954.
Captain O.J. Williams, Manager,
B.C, Coast Steamship Service,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Victoria, B«C.
Dear Captain Williams:
We acknowledge receipt of your letter of October 8, 1954
File #14068-D~4, regarding the voyage of the Skagerak, May 17 - June
18, 1954. We do not understand your reference in the second paragraph
to documents supporting the charge by our company for $2,404.85 covering
stevedoring and insurance at Skagway. Our letter of August 25, 1954
states quite clearly in the second paragraph that we have provided in
the statements submitted to you an estimate of $822.15 which has yet
to be finalized.
The question of rate has still to be confirmed and we have
passed the comment of your last paragraph along to Marsh & McLennan Limited
requesting an explanation of the variation in the proposed rate compared
with the rate previously charged to the C.P.R.
However, we would refer to our letter of June 28, 1954, and
a further letter of July 15, 1954| in both cases we stressed the fact
that the premium we will have to pay for stevedoring at Skagway will
be greater than that paid by yourselves because we have no past experience
record on which the insurance company can base its premium*
As stated in our letter of August 25, we will forward to
you the final bill for the Skagway insurance as soon as it is known,
but to assist us in this we request a reply to our letter of October 7,
1954, in which we ask under item (1) for a breakdown of the stevedoring
bill between hand stevedoring and mechanical stevedoring. The mechanical
stevedoring is charged at the rate of $22.36 whereas the hand stevedoring
is at a rate of $7_.&7 per $100 of wages. Until such time as we receive
the detailed breakdown of wages as requested, we will be obliged to pay
the higher premium rate.
Tours very truly,
(Sgd.) W.A. Reid
W.A. Reid,
Secretary, FORM f_tlf^_
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
PILE OR CLAIM ^    QUt®b®V   8th,    If 54,       -A
Files 14068-B-4
W.A. Rett, Egg**
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^^mm 9tm I Limited,
V-mcotrrer^V B. C.
Bear Sirs
With reference to our various ^Hjchamges of correspondence
regarding voyage of the wSkagerakfl, period May 17th to June 18th,
1954.
1 find on checking the documents for the voyage that
IT company has charged the sua of #2,404.85 covering stevedoring
insurance. The actual amount of the stevedoring payroll was
$10,755.15 aad the insurance coats on that ban-in is, therefore,
$22,36 per hundred.
On referring to your letter of August Uth last it is
noted that you preferred to have provision of $822.15 made to
cover the cost until the actual rate of assessment was known*
Aa I have    ;eard from you regarding the rate which was finally FORM 101(21
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
rober 8th, lfS4.
rUet UCM.HM
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est-    edj i woul*. appreciate your supplying me with
in.foris.ati
Ae a matter m'  fact* Messrs. Marsh and McLennan
gave covvrtt e to iongehofHBaiefi employed by our company at a
cost of practically half that of $22*36*
four a truly.
c.c: F.G.Davies, Esq.,
Joifit Accountant,
Room 102,
Vancouver, B*C.
Manager.
This has reference to conversation with my Assistant and
Mr. Marsh on October 1st,
c.c*: J,S. Drummond, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
For your information.
Manager.
0mQ   T^mmmeAc CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
V)c/didV)idlji CcmmAinicdtwnA
W.D.NEIL,General Manager,Montreal
The tiling time ahown in the date line it STANDARD TIME at place of origin.   Time of receipt is STANDARD TIME at place of destination,"
VIA249    RS
VICTORIA BC  31
J  DRUMMOND
CHIEF TRAVELLING AUDITOR    VANCOUVER BC
REFERENCE  MY LETTER AUGUST   19TH    REGARDING SETTLEMENT UNION
STEAMSHIPS  RECENT  VOYAGE  M G  SKAGERAK STOP SECRETARY THAT  COMPANY
PRESSING EARLY SETTLEMENT OUTSTANDING PAYMENT STOP PLEASE  WIRE PRESENT
STATUS    T-4
0 J  WILLIAMS.
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<*_T^eA=-s FORM  102A
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
a.
Vancouver, B.C.    August 20, 1954
Mr. A* ff* Blaoklar,
Alitor of agencies,
Haatraal* Qua.
!*▼* ^Ska&awk11*
Tk* abova luuaad vattal aada a trip in joint
operation with tha Oaioa StaamaMp Co* from May l?th* to J\m® 8t 195*»
X am attaching aopy of Captain Williams* letter
of Aaguat If § fila 14C^§-S-4» tagatha* with aopy af p*allflhna;ry atatamant
whioh w&s eneloaad, and prmxm® you will wish ta forward them  anclesuraa
ta Mr* M* 0* Raidt Ganaral Auditor*
-rs.elling Audit tor.
	 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM     l_|Qw~D"_4
Victoria, B*C*, August 19th, 1954
J*
J. Brunrn_c___d, Esq*,
Chief Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B* C.
Dear Siri
Attached you will find statement aad copy
of letter from Mr* F.G* Davies, Joint Accountant, in
connection with preliminary settlement with the Union
Steamships Co. Ltd* on account of trip M.V. ^Skagerak*.
It is important that we make a substantial
advance to the Union Steamships Co. in this instance and
I would be obliged if you would make the necessary arrangements with Mr. H.C. Reid, General Auditor, Montreal, to
expedite the matter*
lours truly,
M a a a g a r FORM IOIQn
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM __-_U6
13649
Victoria, B.C., Jsi, I2tfc,1954 *m
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eight jtfaeipta*
rtreal*\Qp^
Dear Sin
Further to ny lattar of tte 2nd instant* larding tte
Rorthland Navigation Company Lfd*f having their vessel ^Aiaalca
Prince* flake two voyagaa fmm faneouvar to Sfcapray as* return,
replacing tte Onion Staaiitf hips* vensol ^asiar®*
Th® Wm$idont of tlia Mmthlaad Navigation Company Ltd**
tea tinea adviaad tha General ffemtfoir of tho iatoa Stoaiiffltipa Ltd#f
that te ii not interested in having hit vessel itafca tte second trip
to Skagtuay to load concentrates.
Copy of tr* P* B# Cooke*s latter of July 9tfc ia thia
connection is attaahad*
fours truly*
/ ■»«_.
cc$ J*S*Drufflmond* Esq** Travelling Auditor* Vancoaver9 B*C#
F*G*Davies* Esq** Room 103* C*P*R* Station Vancouver* B.C#
D*J*ThoiBas* Esq** Wharf Freight agent* Vancouver* B.C*
V*R*Duncan* isq** Asst* Freight Traffic Manager* Vancouver* B*C*
A copy of the General Managerfs letter of July 9th to the Chainnan
Canadian Maritime fommission* Hunter Building* Ottawa* Ontario*
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FILE OR CLAIM
Wmm STEAMSHIPS LIMITED* Vancouver 4* B.C*
July 9tht1954*
Mr* L*C* Andette*
Chairmanf
Canadian Maritime Commission*
Hunter Building*
Ottawa* Ontario*
fear Sin
Following up our letter of tte 6th instant with respect
to arrangements which were made with the Northland navigation Co* insofar
as loading concentrates from Skagway to Vancouver is concerned* please
note that we had a conversation with Captain Tarry today and the latter
advises that te is not ®m interested in making a second trip to Skagway
to load concentrates*
la the ciroumstanoesf mo new close our files* but before
doing so* m wish to thank you for the assistance you have given us in
this matter*
fours truly*
General Manager*
CSgd*)P*B.C* CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAYIICOMPANY
13649
FILE OR CLAIM
14068 B-5
Victoria, B.Cf,  July 2nd, 1954
F0RM ,01@
jd,
Q^Ji*_^Brooks, Esq.,
A^^LM^^^^t  Receipts,
Montreal, Que.
Dear Sir:
Further to my letter of June 23rd regarding the
Northland navigation Company Limited having their vessel "Alaska
Prince*1 make two voyages from Vancouver to Skagway and return
replacing the Union Steamships vessel rfCassiarfl#
lou will find attached copy of my letter of June 18th
to Captain H.J.C. Terry, Northland Navigation Coiapany Limited and
a copy of my telegram to him  of June 28th in this connection
together with a copy of his reply of June 29th.
If it is later decided that their vessel will not
make the second voyage, i will let yon know.
Yours traly,
Manager CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAYffCOMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM 13649
14068 D-5
Victoria, B.C., July 2nd, 1954
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cct^fCSa Drummond, Esq., Travelling Auditor, Vancouver,B.C*
F.G. Davies, Esq., Room 102, C.P.R. Station, Vancouver, B.C.
D.J. Thomas, ^sq., Wharf Freight Agent, Vancouver, B.C*
V.R. Duncan, Esq*, Assistant Freight Traffic Manager, Vancouver,B.C«
For your information.
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY||COMPANY
file or claim    Victoria,B.0., June 18th,l9Sl8^     » a.
fHat 140§8~»
Citato H* J. ft Terry,
Sorthliind Navigation,
. 2283 Ciwteissioner Street,
fanoouver, 1* §*
Sear Sir,
ftirther to my letter of May 19th and to your reply of
May 27th regarding ymxr veasel ^Alaska Prince11 making two trips
from Vancouver to Skagway and return replacing the Onion Steamships
vessel ^Casaiar11.
It womM appear from present indications that we require
ycsur vessel to leave Vancouver on June, 23rd or at the latest a day
or two later, in order to handle a southbound aovement of concentrates
from Skagway to Vancouver.
To enable we to make the necessary arrangements, I shall
be pleased if you will kindly let tue know as soon as possible the date
your vessel will leave Vancouver and the date she will arrive at Skagway.
The conditions as outlined in my letter of May 19th will
apply in the aase of the second voyage.
Yours truly,
Manager FORM   !OIA(S^
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FILE OR CLAIM       14068  * B-5                                             ^Sg^
TELEGRAM                                             Victoria. B.C.. June 28. 1954
GAPTAIW H.J.C. TEREY
SORTHLANO MAVIGAilOV
2285 Om            K_t STK
W            ., B.C.
W___ll HORRY REPLY MY                          18TH AflVISBfG DATE YOUR VKSSEL "ALASKA
PRI__E» WILL BE AVAILABLE TO l___VS ?AM00QV-K 10 HAI.             UTHBOUNfJ MO_____T
OF CfflfCsaiTRAT-S FROM SKAGWAY TO VAMCOUV-R.  T.  24.
O.J. WILLIAMS
. COPY
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
PILE OR CLAIM
_>IA_ HATIONAL TELEGRAPHS
June 29 1954
VK369 12 _ FB VAVCOUV_tt 80 29 1253 P
CAPT. O.J. WILLIAMS
MA 0PT.   BCCS VICTORIA, B.C,
FORM   10! AC,.!!',
UNABLE LOAIi CARGO P
ANNUAL OVERHAUL.
TJMfc ALASKA PRINCE fli GK FOR
A-A A,-   .   .,- :   ,;j  ,
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
1406_~»
FILE OH CLAIM       **W«
Victoria* B*C*, Jma %3a?&$ lfS4.     aft
it laoaipts*
M p*a,
laar Siri
Ftarthar to ay letter of May 19th to the l¥eaideiit of
the Northland Mavigatioa Gm^rnkj Mmited^ copy to yon* regaining
that coapaay* s vessel "Alaska friiseo11 making tvo voyages faaconver
to Skagway and return* replacing the Utaiott Ste-ttshipa' vessel
11 Cassiar11*
Ion will find attached copy of letter of May 27th fron
the President of that company from which yon will note it, was
aaipectad that his vessel would sail froa Vaaeomrer oa Juae 4tk
and arrive at Skagway on Juna 9th.    As I previatialy 3&aiiti0_MM§*
the gancral cargo aorthbont_d# also the concentrates somthfeott»d?
wnli. ho moved under Canadian Pacific .Railway bills of lading*
The .Assistant General Freight Agent wrote Mr* fhosas oa Jniia 1st
aa par copy of letter attached in connection wit:, this -»iov€___oitt#
The epestian of a second voyage is still under review aad CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
140_8-»
13649
FILE OR CLAIM
Victoria* B.C., June 23rdf 1954.
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G.S_ Brooksfi[   -^-.
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I shall let yon hare pajrticttlars aa soon as the date indefinitely town.
Yours truly*
Manager.
J.S. Bnirmaond, Esq.* Travelling Auditor, Vancouver* B.C*
F.G. Davies* Esq.* Room 102, C.P.R. Station* Vancouver, B.C,
B.J. Thomas* Esq., Wharf Freight Agent, Vancouver* B.C*
W.H. White* Esq.* District Freight Agent, Vancouver, B.C*
For your information.
fi.ff    9^y^€4y<3L^^^
iger. HORTHUHD HAVICATIOlt CO, LTD
2285 Cofftmissioaer Street
VANCOUVER 6* B.C*
May 27* 1954.
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Captain O.J. Williams*
Manager, Canadian Pacific Steamships,
Victoria* B.C,
Dear Sirs
Confirming our telephone conversation of this date
the S.S. "ALASKA PRBfCE* will be ready to load general cargo
at your pier in Vancouver around the first part of nextweek
and sail from Vancouver on June 4th* 1954* approximately*
arriving for discharge at Skagway on June 9th* 1954* weather
conditions* etc., permitting and also to load at Skagway*
South bound, 700 short tons of concentrates for discharge at
the West Indies Dock at Vancouver* B. C.
We are sending a copy of this letter to Mr* W. White
of your Freight Department at Vancouver.
Yours very truly*
HORTHLANB IAVISATION 00. LTD.
(Sgd.) H.J.C* lorry
M,J*C. Terry
President.
mCT/jm
c.c. to Mr. W. White. -
FORM 10! Qn
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM $t%-1959
Fill* 1 _G_8-t*
B.C.
Sirs
Witk reference to ear e*mv«_s_tlfl_s of today's date, regarding
yoar vessel Alaska Prince" making too trips fra* Vancouver to
return, replacing the Union Steamship vessel "Cassia*"*
The s_v_ ^kagerafc* left Vancouver en May 17th, aad is
te arrive la Skagway noon ef Slay 21st, The leading ef the vessel any
a week or perhaps a little laager.
The "Princess Louise" will arrive la Skagway ea Itey 26th and
will leave there May 27th, 6_f ag te a shortage ef longshoremen la Skagway,
aad as the "Sfcagerak** will he leading three hatches, It is anticipated
that there will be a shortage of longshore help te lead yoar vessel aatil
at least May 29th, It would therefore be te yoar advantage te defer the
departure aatil lay 25th er a day er two later; otherwise your vessel nay
he idle at Skagway for several days, which would, ef coarse, result ia
yoar having te hear the expense ef maintaining the vessel at that port for
a longer period than ate would n#raally ha thorn* flmmm lift m kmm by
return mill if you still wish the vessel te leave ea May 21st, or if yoa
would like to have the sailing deferred until May 25th or 26th, *
FORM   101
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM Wtff   19ftfe^l9S4
File: 140_8-B>
%^Ct 3Bway •*♦
It is te he understood that yoar Company will receive the
established division oat of the through rates as published la the Pacific
£ Arctic Railway & Navigation Company Tariff G.F.G, *76G, as published
ia Caaadlaa Pacific Railway General Division Sheet * WJ_JK» The above
proportion accruing to year Company between British Columbia parts and
Skagvruy, Alaska includes ship's tackle delivery te deck er epm freight
car ea Northbound cargo,, aad ship's tackle acceptance fron deck er open
freight car oa Southbound cargo.
Cargo assembled fer these twe Northbound voyages will respite
te ba leaded at the Canadian Paeifie Hallway Company's deck, er as specified
____ ___a_P _f^J__f£ii__£__Ki_i   -£_______  _.____. ''§____!_* ________■__#_ Jlf__ _§•__.__ _P ^% __'*_.•**_____» __j?_^ -aa _%____ ___w>_[k _w_ _»^!_ _»  _*'_% ;_?_____
discharged at the lest ladles deck. North Vancouver, B.C. The usual pert
covering berthing, wharfage, etc,, will be for your account.
All the cargo handled both Northbound and Southbound will be
Paeifie Bills ef Lading, There will be a certain aweaat ef
/    offiee expense involved in the fancouver iharf Freight Office, covering
Mil lag, rating, etc;, ef the cargo, and the Vancouver Wharf Freight Ageat
will Mil year Ceapany fer the actual cast ef such billing. /
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FORM   10l(^^)
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM        Ufay   19thfl9S4
nut imm
^m§£&mMd£&J^ «%*
fhe White Puss S falcon t?ontef triio mt ae Agents fer our
Cmp&nj et Sfcagmy* charge us for our p^pertioft ef maintainim) tte
offiee a«rf ether incidental m& p®%i®wm4 there oa ear behalf* ind
year prepertioa of such cterges maid be $100*00 for eaah trip, or a
total ef $i0§*Q0#
Inasnvjscl? ae It w» first contemplated your vessel ^Alaska
Priitee*1 maid leave WmmmmT m Kay 21et ott tlie firat voyage* atrf
Jane 11th en the seeetid voyage* it itill be aeeessiiry to defer tiie
departure of the second voyage fer a few days*   Please let me kaov. at
teen at possible the date yon will have the vessel available In June
te nafce the neeettd trip.
1 neald like te state that while it if anticipated there will
be W6 teas ef eoaeentrates avisliable for ywr first voyage Seatht&mitd*
this of eoarae depends entirely at to whether #r aet the rivers are
ef iee t*.*en_tt the mmmmt by ferric fron Blta* ¥#T#
\f Years twly9
cc: J.  Se Orumnsond,  Esq.,
Travelling Auditor9
Vancouver,  B#C,
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FORM 101
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM      14G68*»ISHI
Victoria, If.O*, Jmly 9th, 1954.     -a
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C*y«^ itor,
p Sir j
Hegtrdiiig epneiml voyage Union Ste__»_iliipe veteel
auv* ^Stetlmi^ and *Salk Carrier 8e* %m Airteg period April let,
1954, to Apr.il l«thf   i§54f inclusive,
ii* gill find attached copy of 1 . tter of May 31st
frm the Secretary ef the ttaicm Steamships Li*< ited^ tc^etiier
with eepy of etatfMRt of estimated revenue and e^eftdil«*e*
Sjtaee remint of that letter I wrote Up* l#*Ju Reid on June 30th
aa per copy of letter attached*    Copy of hia reply ef Jmly 7th
ia enclosed and ym will mete that etir sha.r# ef tha profit haa
been ftaereaaeA firea. $#20*09 to $1,0§1*S1»   fhe Secretary of the
tfnloa Stea? _v*. >s in tiew aakiita that aettlaaawit of tte aatotmt owing
kit compm& be ntade an team aa possible,
fhe bill af $12,028.78 owing to the Umim Btm^mkipn
iudtadaa the aharter rental ef the "Chelan!' arid nmOk Carrier Mo* f* r~.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAlll m^rnwm   m-m
Victoria, B.C., July ftli, ltS4*
m%m
1 G« R@i4. M%*
poKa ioi
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in the aa_#tiittj of $9^1tl.2S mid H.7§S*§2, rtt^eetiv€lyt
p__rticalara tf which are shewn em page tie of agr letter of
June 33th to Mr» W»A* laid*
Yettre truly,
II t a i I f ft
P.Sei Th^Tigerea as quoted are# of coursef eubject to final
tfiimtion by the Joint Aecetnttant.
O.CeS        G.C.   J^DOlCS,    V^\aa
^liaditer of freight Receipts, Montreal, P*k*
L  Duncan, Esq.,
Assistant Freight Traffic Manager, Vancouver, 8.0.
,S. Bruaiaond, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor, Vancon¥A2r, B.C,
F.O. Davies, Esq.,
Joint Accountant, loom 102, C.P.R. Station, Vancouver, B.C.
fhis has reference to my telegram of April 19th, 1354.
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Manager. FORM 10
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
f 7m 3 ■ Z        ' ti 3 ' 3
mtim and Pier Foot ef Arrall St*
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July 7t  1%4*
B* Cm Coast Steaoal-
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and 13^49 regard!^ the ,;
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Joii
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ie have reviewed tbe paint*, rained ii
aeeord ni c s^ggest
should eeifif^ttee froa. the deftartare ef tte mit
1700 hours* April lf It&
lgedt referesee files
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of which your a
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eliminated the ahi
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With these aroadiitents * t; at c
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!ev©»ite reeeived fey   ym
ImSa* Stevedoring at if
Imm fear &• profit
Baiimee owing to Union StMfet s Ltd*        a&imjft
f if von ______ Id oleaae ar ' thia
of the profit an ahove
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we •aald approeiai
us as*
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BRITISH  COLUMBIA   COAST  STEAMSHIP  SERVICE
CAPT. O. J. WILLIAMS
MANAGER
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VICTORIA, B.C.
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
BRITISH COLUMBIA  COAST  STEAMSHIP  SERVICE
CAPT. O. J. WILLIAMS
MANAGER
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VICTORIA, B.C.*
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
m^33-Y37> imxm
Stateoeat of Eetfpatad -ftveatie and Uxpeaditure aad
InteA- sees wit   rospcct to the Joint
CfMHMtiA- of tl*c Ri.va   "i_el_a" aad  *8. C. *2*
 ,flm-        J&MmmMA %q mil is*. I'm .
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Union
^.eaoships
UbAtdL
Caniidiaa
Pacific
Northbowad - Pyrites
- ftews; riat
Southbound - Coneeatrates
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Qiartei: - n.v. "Chelan"
-••a, c. «2*
Stevedoring - '■- ^ncouvor
- r.atson Island
- Skagway
Lift Tjrtiek Hire - Skagway
ftrofit er   Loss
Aoowat owing   er seeeivable
5*915.00
1,574.24
7,409.2.
14, mi,
.01
1,267.50
19*065. an
11,576.11
11,576.11
12,196.19
lfc!9S___jft
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6.135,72
12,816.29
12,816.28
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12,196.19
5*915.00
1,574.24
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26*441.24
14,041.68
2,854.16
102.01
1,267.50
5,631.72
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Estimated
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Li, 196.19
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Ifey 28, 1954 FORI! 101
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
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Qfitied mn4 Pier Mot ef Canal 1   :i.
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Canada
31 Ifey 19S4
Capt* Oa i* Vllllwit
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Gamnliaii ftieific Railway Co*,
¥ietoriuf  J:„C
Ifeur Ctapt* ttlllian:
M# attach two mpim of a atatoaaat of estiisated raveataaa
.   arisib i out of tte
a of the ^Btelfttt" and "B* C# *2* for riod#
Ifereti &% 1954 to  \>ril    15, 1954*
It will hm obtonmil that the join: >ig patflt is
i-l924C«17 Cimfont altaiiag for th< • -     -;_  ^ Uailwgr
Hot board elafai for 606 boards), m $620,09 to the I *    .
Wm ba^0 tiraart> eollooted the freight reveatto for tte
ooito«trata§ fros €oiitolidmt#ci Uttitig and S»Iti»§ Co» Ltd* as
per your letter of fey 21t lfS4#   AUowtag for *tev9dori«g expeftsat
aonally paid by yaif there it a balafsoo oning to mi of $12v14ft»19«
Bt WjkM appreciate it if yon' would please arrange to
b aTO till ^_iiit forwarded to m*
fmm wry truly«
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Secretary
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FILE OR CLAIM
Vitt«Et-t &^*» •_. 2>»*» 1954*   •*
fit*
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£■<!•• Jeiat
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J CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM ^       M—ll
Vlete;lat S.C.* 3aly Oth* 1^4 *m
FORM I0IGH
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Boar Sir,
With reference to ny letter of Ally 2nd to tte General
fesa§erf Httiea Stearns nips, i^neeaiwCf ia connection with tte transporting
of wed palp from Port Alice to Vancouver*
I stated therein that this cargo weald be moved wader Union
Steamships Bill ef Lading   I ahall be pleated if yoa will Madly
correct tte letter to indicate tbut the ahipvawta of wood palp will
be sieved oa through fjaatsiae Sound ftevifation Company Bills of Lading*
yours tttiiyf
1 I i i § t lf
ocs f# R* tattca&f Esq** Asst* freight Traffic Manager* Vancouver* B*C#
^J# S# Druu-oady Esq*t Travelling Anditort Vancouver* B#C*
»t J* Thomas* Esq** Wharf Freight Agent* Vancouver* B»C*
Captain T* Macduff* Marine Superintendent! Vancouver* B#C#
F* G# Davies* Esq** Joint Accountant* Room 102f Vancouver Depot*
This has reference to my letter of the 2nd instant*
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FILE OR CLAIM       %   g^
flctwetef §•€**. July 2nd* If54 *i»
^tocaihipa Ltd**
fiteett^'4* i*C*
Bear Sin
tilth reference to conversation yon had with my Assistant
on Jane 30th Bearding transporting ef weed palp tmm Pott Alice** te
Vancouver*
Aa Mr* Tyson mentioned* it is not my desire to utilize
*3afeea Princess*1 for tMs purpose* Bonever9 arrangements hate mm been
made fer tte ^Prlaeeaa ef Altera!** en her present wyage en tte lest
Coast ef Vancouver Island Rente* te proceed north te Port Alice to load
npproElitately 220 tons ef rayon puip*
Arrangements are also being made fer the vessel* en her next
v
voyage leaving Vancouver en Ally 8th* te pake a farther call at Port
Alice to handle approximately tte mm tonnage ef pttip*
It is understood that tte revenue rate is $4*12 per ton*
which rate includes tte cost ef storing the pulp in tte vesselfs holds;
alao te pile in shed at Vancouver and ear leading*
It is understood that this utoveneat will te made en tte Onion
Steamship** Bill of Lading*
FORM I0lC
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FORM !0l(^&
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM m  gAwll
July 2ai919M *»
ga.i* feftet Rugs *2«
At you kao««f that® will ba aartaia eirtra expenses involved
la parfawiag tbasa trips* aad as ws agreed, wa will laafc ta your
Company ta absent. S0% af sack lasses* should a loss take piaee aa any
m bath voyages*
Imxs truly,
ccs G* C*  Brooks* Esq.* Auditor of Freight Receipts, Montreal* V*Q*
f* S* Oaaeaa* Esq.* Asst* Freight Traffic Manager* Fancouver, B.C,
y$*  S, 0aam®Bd, Esq,, travelling Auditor* Vancouver* B.C.
0, J. Thomas, Esq.,, Wharf Freight Ageat* Vancouver* B.C.
Captain T. Macduff* Esq,* Marine Superintendent* Vancouver, B.C.
For your infooaatioa. CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAYgCOMPANY J^,
FILE OR CLAIM     ^
13649
TELKORAM
Victoria, B.C.,   Jaly 2ad,l»54 jd,
V^tp^ftttfittt ....".. -, B.C.
0, bO AC -f ICE VAKCOUVEI. SKAGWAY AH»
rtJ_H *YtH€0. Pfil_tC_SS» AH0 «CAS,.lARtt HAS dPPBCWiB
OOMtOICXNO JULY 2*0.    *WEON FEONC-SS* CCHMKNCiiS OS HEW
IYE JtfLY 12TH AAXLXfO rtAJte BLING FRIDAYS
MOKOAYS AMD WEDNKSOAYS. T.2.
O.J. WILLIAMS.
cc* Captain T. Macduff* Marine .Superintendent, Vancouver, B.C.
A.N. Patterson, Esq., Oea. Mail f Baggage Agt.,¥ancouver,8.C.
C.C. Brooks,    aq.,Auditor of freight A.eeipts, Montreal* *_ae.
ia#*$* ~r< pq«, Travelling Auditor, Vancouver, B.C.
F.G.  _avio8 _ Joint Accountant,Heoia 102, Vancouver, fiepat,
D.J, Tho»as irf Freight Agent,Vancouver, H.C.
tor your information.      You will be provided with a
K   * * - i C . m
3)
Im & g e r VICTORI, B.C., lay 19^1934 *n
fila 41W
IAU6IA1
1* HANBO_,  * • • • . , B,C»
fntmm ta w letter of Slay l©t* regarding otnftat
af »*v* "Sftagactl?** This vessel left Vancouver around aaaa oa lay 1?
direct far fkagway ta land concentrates* rvary effort all1 he wade
ta aasasa tkat ao undue delay Is experienced la tha loading
operations at Skagway* Tka Union Stemshlps have two of thai*
Masters aa board ta sat aa Piteta dswlag tha voyage and they Hill
also aat la tka eapnatty ef SMpejeatniaai la Skagway during; tke
loading operations*
0p*lfIU.IA«5.
cc $ §*yC* Brooks, And! tor of Freight Receipts* Moatreal, P.Q,
Tk ng Auditor* Vancouver, B,C.
Captain T, Macduff, Marine ttende    »      souver, B.C,
For your information. FORM 101
(^)
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM Oa 3pl*   143/9*
Wmmm®r$ B*C*f May 19th, 1954*
a  D» J« Thomas*
isft-mrf fSn ..it#.
Vancouver* d#C#
Tim M.?# ^kmgerii;11 «dll hari*l# a eapa*iity lorni of eon-
eaatrates fwm Skagtiay* Alaska about May 2Hth for discharge at
th* i_sst lupins Book, &orth VatiaHmvor* B*0#
•   ds vassal is m&mr almrtar to Union staamfalp* Limited
traffic will raoy* ma our Bills of Lading tutelar a throu*
rata as i mm! in Pa&tfie mid Arctic Sisilmy mc.
Gompmy Tariff GfO Ho. ?6HU   Thu steam** aas&ings wtlJ Ht
division of tha tlmwgti rata aa par C.F.WLy. ©moral Division
Sbaat j£o« ma 12-1* wbicli Mill te a ^radit to tte ■ nior_ dt^ar^hipa
\ Liaitad imdar tte ja&ai afMNraAiii ii in -force
mmpmiy md omraalvaa*
Assistant 0an«r|l Freight Agant*
ceo* gaytai      •_    •      .limm*
lour l#tter May 10th* addrsiifsad to ilaion Sta&shipa Limited*
oopy ta ■*_*
©eo* Mr* J* 3* 11 *d,
000*      ,    » f a  -.ilaon,
4F4I tioute,
fgP^OiSVal CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM m   lf%*||       MflNI - M
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a
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ng isteayrt^r of tha **r_t
It : at that tfct* vnmI will ki av*llai»lo .te
to
^^w^^w^ta tew not* teaa inula t mm vcaa^l depart
far SfeagiMsr «• *«jr 2§th* * **T «* ■ *te
d^iirtere data of the     HH|! I    *
1* ia HM ftHI mm *aaa«l'a if 01 a^apt tte
iff $15       ,        iqr in IfJt* M . ia
w^mmtmA that pre «i£SI fHP8 ob* of ymir foptlar aMtttor* trafil
will I tM m        • | wt- m a pilot aad also aa •« p* taft
to Arrasfse* ao naa a- -cl by my AMiataat to
a mu r, ii Mm tilt
ovrt H 3y tin. nimlm if daya Cor wfeiafe rest oa* te
iat* V>7vhk% fm^&mm tsttii arrival ap aad tte t
1
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM | |g    !§§## «■*
tan _uoi*»
FOFMI 10I&,
€1
to*, return ■ -tt?
It it it^te*»^^l ttet tt idSfla ftet£U will
3 a* ttelr parti**! of th. id* to
te oarric-4 a* tte ^^#^w doriflft tte ft n*
No dmfct yon will INil •> t»rry immmmm o i«|
-it*    to act i* 1 would appwiata y -ur arr*.* to
x ewm II "i for
oa tte am 4 aamaMnce which are .la tte pool Hi iM# tetaag
to t *$ and fufa» iteaii*.     1 WriM i yeur
e gn.nihi4 th -t tuia fats MM.    If yntt IH^ any lift tfuata
^AH arrange yw owa teo«r«no*«
It is aln# wndoratoaNJ: 1 will te a*
fat** a*d that tte aa&lr* rovettii* wilt te
i % i ho j - *
If after tte anpaaate* of tte ■ ^eh iii^wia
af tho vo***!*, at*** there is a FORM 101&;
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM $   H|y   lOffe*    1954#
G. a :>m.
m 3   #*
profit or loaa if wiH te stored a / tetwoo* tho Canadian
Paoific Railway Ckaapariy and tha Ifeiion St#*maltipa ____j*itod9
faura truly*
M a a a g a r#
CaC*s ¥» 1    * !*%•* Vice-President* Vancouver* B.C.
VJ^Ihincan* Esq.* Assistant Freight Traffic Manager* Vancouver, B.G«
kC*  Brooks* Esq** Auditor of Freight Receipts* Montreal* P.Q*
^♦S* Drummond* Esq» s  Travelling Auditor* Vancouver* B*C.
Copy of memorandum dated April 30th from the Managing Director*
Union Steamships Limited, is attached*  This has reference to my
mailgram to Mr. H.A. Mills. .
q-yyy^tYtm^j
Mamger. a   '*
tfllOS S LIMITED V;th April. 195A
Circular Ho. *#-***#*#j
BaL. a,ti#,SR^sRM,
fetor ship SKAfiSRAK (ra isiored Oslo) offered fir® at §1*000.00 U.S. pm
day* plus - ■_. if WKf*
On tho basis of present cargo* oatlaatatH  Northbound - General   $20*000.00
So--        1*1 * 6. rata* .
total tt$0*0DG. •
Tho operating eicponaos ar© estimated aa follow**
Charter Mro I 23,000.00
Port charges - both ends* inc. pllctag*           3*000.00
BmAers      - 6*500.00
Mlae*:         m 1*ogo.oo
loading and 13fam4bmp&tit ** general
Leading - conc._strata* 7*500.00
Discharging - ooriMntmt** 4*G00tG0
Qmrtim * Skagway ,.    ^>S0Q»rQ8
Total* # 50*500.00
This does not provide for extra insurant** which, will apply ontsido the Norwegian
policy limits. Marsh Mc     advise that the copy of policy limit* in their
possession indicate® that all Alaskan porta arm included at no Optra premium.
However* the value to be insured if wo are liable for extra insurance Is £337*500*
Mr. White has confirmed tho cargo estimate furnished by Mr. Benson
of 1*000 tana genera! cargo and 5*000 tons Bdnisraa concentrates and* in view of
the ship1a capacity being approximately 8*000 tons* expects that Skagway can
furnish at least 6*000 tons concentrates.
Mr. Tyson agrees to negotiations proceed: n;j on this basis and* if
possible* conclusion of the charter on a joint basis*, charter to be in the name
of Union Steamships Limited.
(Signed)
G. McBean*
GMeBsinjb Managing Director.
Certified Correct Oopy
_____________  FILES 14063 D
13649
Victoria, B.C.,
11,30 a.a.
O.C.S.
TELEGRAM
|n§j9trTl^, ^yiyVatihMV&i-T^C,
REFERENCE YOUR tETTER 26TH FIIE 100,187 AS ONION STEAMSHIP VESSEL CASSIAR
REQUIiES BE WITHDRAW FOR ARNO.L OVERHAUL IN MY AND THAT VESSEL IS TIEN
REQUIRED TO REPUCE HEIR VESSEL CHILKOOT UNION STEAMSHIPS PROPOSE CHARIER
GREEK VESSEL CAPTAIN FARMAKIDDIS TO FME ONE ROUND TRIP VANCOUVER SKAGWAY
STOP TIE ANGLO CANADIAN CO. ARE AGENTS IN VANCOUVER STOP VESSEL NOW TIED
Uf IN SEATTLE AF© CAN BE MADE AVAILABLE LEAVE VANCOUVER MAY 23RD STOP
:)N. STEAMSHIPS STATES TIEY CLEARED WITH COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS TO USE VESSEL
STOP OWNERS WOULD PROVIDE OFFICERS AND CREW BUT UNION STEAMSHIP WOULD
SUPPLY RASTER TO ACT AS PILOT AND SUPERVISE LOADING AND UNLOADING OF CARGO
AND FURNISH TfEIR OWN PURSER STOP ASSISTANT FREIGHT TRAFFIC MANAGER
ADVISED ESTIMATED EARNINGS NORTH BOUND GENERAL CARGO $20,000 AND SOUTH BOUND
CONCENTRATES $40,000, TOTAL REVENUE $60,000, ESTIMATE VOXAGE WILL TAKE
23 DAYS AND ESTIMATE TOTAL EXIENSES WOULD IE $46,000 STOP TFEIE IS ALWAYS UNCERTAINTY
OF LONG SHORE COSTS AT SKAGWAY DUE TO MANY FACTORS WHICH MAY INC EASE OPERATING
EXPENSES BUT EVERY EXPECTATION TIERE WILL BE A GOOD REVENtE STOP AS IT IS
_ UNION STEAMSHIPS TO LIFT OPTION NOT LATER THAN TODAY WOULD
IATE YOUR ADVISING.IF YOU APPROVE OF THIS ARRANGEMENT, WITH USE Cf
IS VESSEL IT IS EXPECTED BOW    OF ORE CAN HE FlAINTftlNED ON CURRENT
BASIS.   T-26
/ O.J.WILLIAMS
'c.c. H.A,Iills, Esq., Travelling Auditor, Vancouver.
Capt, T» Macduff,
For your information.
0.Q>y^Mm^^,
n a g e r* FORM 102 fJV
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM 14068-D
Victoria* B.C.* April 28th.* 1954.
-Ct
H. A. Mills* Esq.*
Travelling Auditor*
Vancouver* B.C.
Dear Sir*
With reference to your memorandum of the 20th instant regarding
vessels utilized in the joint operation to Skagway operated by the Frank
Waterhouse & Company.        x
You will find attached copy of my letter of April 28th to the
Vice-President, Vancouver* giving particulars of the operation of the "Chelan"
and Bulk Carrier,
Regarding the "Chilliwack" making special voyage 461 from Vancouver
to Skagway and return during the period May 22nd to June 17th., 1953. It was
agreed that we would receive 5Q% of the profit of the voyage in question* and
in this connection I am attaching a copy of Assistant Freight Traffic Manager's
letter of October 5th., 1953 to the Vice-President* Vancouver.
We were not informed by the Frank Waterhouse Company what the cost
of operating the ship would be. However, Mr* F. G. Davies* Joint Accountant*
checks the records* and I am satisfied that the operation was not charged with
any expense which it should not otherwise have borne. The longshore expenses
and other incidental charges* of course* are on an actual basis. The same should
also be true with respect to the crew wages* fuel oil* etc. FORM 102  C_l
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM J^g^
Victoria* B.C., April 28th.* 1954.    ~e.
H, A. Mills, Esq. - 2 -
When other units replace the "Cassiar" we can only have
Mr. Davies check the Union Steamship records in order to determine that the
operation is not being saddled with any expenses which should not be charged
against it.
Yours truly*
0-\ ^yu£L~^y>o^
M /yn a g e r. FORM 101
__*>
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
F,UE0RCLA'" 14068-B
Vieteria, B.C., April 28th, 1954.     -e.
W..#faitS0%, "usq*,
UP*        ti
fmm        ** I*§*
Bear Sir*
With reference to your letter of the 19th instant* file 100*116*
regarding the arrangement with'respect to use of the m*v# ®Chelan* and ttBuik
Carrier Mo. 2m  to handle sMpieitt of concentrates frcw Skagway to Vancouver*
loo idll f Mid attached copy of letter dated February 17th sent to
the Assistant Freight Traffic Manager* Vancouver* by the Manager of the Frank
Waterhouse Company. After an cioehange of correspondence* the Manager of the
Waterhouse Company on March 22nd finally agreed to a daily charge of $650.00
for the ^Chelan® aad $125*00 for the »Bnlk Carrier lo* 2*. A copy of this
cotmonication is also attached* Under the arrau-:.;y:aent the Waterhouse Company
were gaaraateed the rates mentioned for these two units*
- Ifj after the ei^enses of these two units* all longshore* customs and
other expenses* etc** there was a profit or loss* it would be shared equally by
the Canadian Pacific Eailmy Ccnqmqr and the Union Steamships Limited*
fee Wharf Freight Agent in Vancouver has been notified to release to
the United Keno Mill nines Limited the Freight Advice lotice of the concentrates
which were lost as Canadian Pacific is entitled to collect such freight charges
even though the freight was lost* I have received advice that the Baited leno FORM lOlCjN
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
140§8~B
Victoria* B.C.* April 28th* 1954.    «*e.
'./. Mansoiit Escf* - 2 -*
Hil j-     A,I;iited will then ask the question* n Where is my freight?11. They
will then be informed that the units had foundered and the freight is lost*
Upon receipt of that infomatioii the machinery will then be started whereby we
can receive tke freight charges, ".-e* of course* had to absorb the longshore*
customs costs* etc* at Skagway.
7r  or not the Union Steamships can still collect the rental
for the ^Chelan11 and the ^Bulk Carrier Mo. Zn  is not yet known. I am forwarding
a copy of tliis letter to the Solicitor in Vancouver asking him to let mc know
blether the Union Ste&r_s.*ii..s can do this or not.
"Jours truly*
Manager*
CO/- H. A. Mills* Esq^, Travelling Auditor* Vancouver, B. C.
S» Li galloway, Knq^ Mnnaflflr* Frank Wateihuuse fr-8e* cf Canada Limited,^ ^A/„
F. H. Britton* Esq.* Solicitor* Vancouver* B. C.
For your information.
M a/k  a g e r. YHA^MOO   YAWJIAH   OIHIDA^   HAIOAMAD
FRANK WATERHOUSE & CO. OF CANADA LIMITED
MIAJO HO 3Jr.
COPY February 17* 1954.
Mr. V. R. Duncan* Assistant Freight Traffic Manager
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Vancouver 29  B.C.
Bear Sirs       ,
Your Reference B.C.C.S. Spl. 143/5
 70798
In acknowledging your letter of 4th instant relative
southbound movement from Skagway of concentrates and asbestos* if
necessary* we are willing* as a trial movement* to make available*
under our joint operation* our steel hatch covered barge ^BULK
CARRIER NO. 2n  (formerly nPRINCESS MARY11) to be towed by m*v* CHELAN
to handle the accumulated tonnage of the above commodities* it being
understood* of course* that southbound cargo requirements of both
w CASSIAR11 and «TOK0N PRINCESS11 will first be served.
Briefly: - Here are the economies:-*
BULK GARRIER No*2 - 1900 short tons sacked Concentrates
(all palletized)
CHELAN - 400 short tons sacked Concentrates
   (not palletized)
Total  - 2300 short tons 8 $8*00 per ton
Ship1a Tackle delivery at both
Skagway and North Vancouver    $18*400*00
Time Consumed round trip «• Northbound 6 days
Southbound 6 days
Loading 3 days
Discharging 3 *
18 days YHA=iMOD   YAWJIAS.   OR IDA*.   HAldAHAD
- 2 -
HIAJ3 SO 3Ji.
Daily Charter Rate; m.v*  CHELAN        $675.00
BULK CARRIER NO. 2    125.00
$800.00  $14,400.00
4,000.00
Approximate loading costs:
n i_liii<Wii!iiuiiinii_iu tmmmmmmiH ,uut M,m*mmmmmmmmmmmmmm*mmm*mAMimytur tm -m\i mii<iw
2300 short tons @ 80* per ton $1*840*00
Approximate, discharging costs:
2300 short tons S 404 per ton   920.00   2,760.00
PROFIT     -   $1.240*00
As per our joint operating agreement* profit or
loss will be divided* 50^ Canadian Pacific Railway B.C. Coast
Service, 50^ Union-Waterhouse.
Should the cost of marine insurance on cargo be higher*
transported in this covered barge* than by either w CASSIAR11 or
"YUKON PRINCESS"* whatever additional premium expense is to be
absdrbed by shippers (United Keno Hill Mines and Cassiar Asbestos
Corporation).
We will require definite booking of 1*900 short tons of
palletised concentrates for BULK CARRIER NO* 2 and 400 short tons
(not palletised) for the ^CHELAN11* for your indicated first movement
out of Skagway about March 22nd and similar tonnages for same carriers
loading at Skagway (second trip) about April 19th*
Upon receipt of your written acceptance of foregoing
joint operating agreement* we will proceed to line up our barge and
tugboat itinerary.
Thanking you* we are*
Yours very truly*
(Sgd) R. L. Solloway*
RLSsNP Manager * FRANK WATERHOUSE & CO. OF CANADA ]
ccs Mr. G. McBean* Managing Director
cc: Capt. 0. J. Williams* Manager* C.P.R.* Victoria* B.C*
ccs Mr. Reid* Secretary* {Qt MHG3
YMASMOO   YAWJIAfl   OITIOAq   MAIQAMAO
FRANK WATERHOUSE $A$q6 3gf CANADA LIMITED
COPY March 22, 1954.
Captain 0. J. Williams*
Manager*
B.C.Coast Steamship Service*
Canadian Pacific Railway Company*
Victoria* B.C.
Dear Captains Your File: 13649
In acknowledging your letter 16th instant* - without
prejudice* and with the distinct understanding that our quotation
for services of m.v. "CHELAN" will apply on this first voyage only,
to Skagway and return* towing Barge "BULK CARRIER No* 2"* we concur
in daily rate of $650.00 for "CHELAN"* and $125.00 per day for Barge.
For succeeding voyages* if any, daily rate will be $675.00 per day
for the "CHELAN11.
Loading date at Skagway* about April 28th* 1954* is not
going to fit in with our operating plans* due to necessity of !IBULK
CARRIER No. 211 services probably being required in our Barge Pool
operations* relative to Taku Concentrate movement Southbound* which
usually commences in May, each year. The "BULK CARRIER NO. 2" (with
"CHELAN" towing) can arrive at Skagway on April 3rd or 4th, ready to
load full cargo palletised concentrates (about 1,900 short tons)
and up to 400 tons unpalletised in the '♦CHELAN11 Monday morning*
April 5th. Moreover* we can make a second voyage with "QffiLAN"
towing "BULK CARRIER NO. 2«* and arrive Skagway* on or about April
26th weather permitting* for similar tonnages.
It is distinctly understood that shipper, United Keno
Hill Mines Limited* are* at all times to absorb the additional
premium expense in Marine Insurance on cargo* when transported by
Barge.
We require immediate written concurrence to forgoing
offer* to enable us to line up necessary towmotors for use in holds
of "BULK CARRIER NO. 2n* stowing palletised Concentrates. YHA^MOO   YAWJIAH   ORIGAN   HAIQAHAO
MIAJO HO 3JH
- 2 -
We feel that United Keno Hill Mines should immediately avail
themselves of opportunity of engaging the additional Southbound space
being offered on "BULK CARRIER NO. 2" and "CHELAN"* particularly so*
when* through depressed Zinc prices* some 1*500 pallet boards (belonging
to our steamer joint operation with White Pass Railway) are not* at
present* available in our cargo movement Southbound* due to this
equipment being used by United Keno Hill Mines* stock-piling some
2*000 tons Zinc* at Whitehorse.
A prompt reply would be appreciated.
Yours very truly*
(Sgd) R« L, §§ll®mf
Manager*
Frank Waterhouse & Co* of Canada Limited
RLS:1s
c.c. Mr. G. McBean* Managing Director,
Union Steamships Limited* Vancouver.
c.c. Mr. V. R. Duncan* Assnt. Freight Traffic Manager*
Canadian Pacific Railway Company* Vancouver.
c.c. Mr. W. F* Cowie* General Freight Agent*
Canadian Pacific Railway Company* Vancouver.
c.c. Mr. C. F. Abrams* Vice President*
White Pass & Yukon Route*
P.O. Box 1846*
Seattle 11* Washington. FORM 102 (Tim
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM  ^ 3^3 g^ ^3/ 5
Vancouver* B.C., October 5th, 1953.
COPY
Mr. W. Mans on*
Vice-President*
Vancouver, B.C.
At one of the periodic meetings held between
Captain 0. J. Williams and myself with the principals of Union
Steamships Limited and Frank Waterhouse & Company of Canada Ltd.
we drew to their attention the fact that voyage 461 to Skagway*
which was undertaken by Frank Waterhouse & Company1s vessel
S.S. CHILLIWACK, was actually a joint voyage, as the ship was
despatched at their convenience and replaced S.S. CASSIAR. We
also informed them that as voyage 461 resulted in a profit of
$4,153.31 we contended the circumstances were such that fifty
percent of the profit should accrue to the Canadian Pacific
Railway.
I now have advice from Mr. G. McBean* Managing
Director, Union Steamships Ltd.* that he agrees with our argument
and his Accounting Section is being instructed to make available
to us the amount of $2,076.65, which is fifty percent of the profit
earned by S.S. CHILLIWACK.
(Sgd) T. Hooks
Assistant Freight Traffic Manager,
cc - Captain 0. J. Williams. CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Yanoowar, ~B.Q*9  April 20th* 1354
Gaptain 0* J* Williams,
Manager. B*C*Coast Service*
Victoria, B*C*
froa time to time frank Waterhouse & Ooiiipany
Teasels, ether than the "Cassiar*, make special voyages on
a joint operation basis*  The iJ.d." Chill l\mc2c9' made a trip
to iJkag^&y and return* May ££nd to June 17tht 1953, and your
telegram of March 30tht 1954, to Mr* Brooks* advised that the
M.Y* ** Chelantf ana Bulk Carrier Io* g left Vancouver March £5th
and would return from Skagway with concentrates, the Movement
being a part of joint operation and the expenses to be jointly
shared.
fo properly check the revenue and expenses of
thie operation, and to know just what should be credited to
or charge* againat the vessels, I would he glaa to receive a
copy of the agreement cohering *
travelling Auditor* FORM 102 (Iin '
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
fancouver, B*Q*, April  20th, 1964.
Captain 0. 3* lilllans,
Manager. 3.C.Coaat ^service,
Vlotoria, J..C.
Ifcea tin* to time JTraak Viaterfceus* & Cempahy
▼easels, ether than the "Cassiar", jis&e special voyages aa
a Joint operation Oasis,  fhe s.d»wahilliwaeJ_" made a trip
te skagway and return, Hay £2nd te Jane 17 th, 1963, and yoar
telegram ef March 30th. 1954, te Mr. areola, advised that the
M.V.^Chelaa" and Balk Carrier le* 2 left Vancouver March £6th
and weald return from Skagway with concentrates, the movement
being a part of Joint operation and the expenses to he Jointly
fo properly eheek the revenue and expenses of
this operation, and to know just what should he credited te
or charged against the vessels, I would he glad te receive a
copy of the agreement covering.
travelling Auditor.
Ayr,,  ' . M   B.C,     *§_!„ 19th, 19S4.
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APitfL ISth EW SfOtlJS SEAWAY IS WUCGDtflSR Af AWWJOWAftlLY P© tffUS
booth or jbikao nosiw* heavy swm both owns l_st aid it is peawp
kwfise ss&i op m wans hmmis    stop   this m j#fic AOEHraER on
tWItSTAWlR© US R«15S nB. WOT INCLUDE H*tl__ iHBBRJltt MO f»«f AUREUS or ua® mnd wisaufi noaBv io T8A?_ip©ftTATi<»i of f_i3ghy by
MOST OS A 'BY SBmWKB   CMifERS €11   CONSIGH^S tff» HAY
ABumt mm usss inr oovtsiwe - tits
ec H. A, Hills, Esq., Travelling Auditor, Vancouver, B.C, 7*^
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"TfU^on Princess" v ."51 March 10th -25Hi was diverted oa g
<\>rt Alie. to load 4Si   t   s w   d  m .:>bite on feeitalf I¥«
Jawpswy of Uaaada limited .under that coapaay1. . of
be credited to , an far'
trip
(Frank
'l^tvieg Vancouver March 19th will also call Port Alice
. vi/whit. Esc, District Freight Agent, Vancouver.
C_ptain T. Macduff, Marine Superintendent ,f|«e«lsre_ai*--a_s
for your information.
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ger.
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_ Mills, Esq.* Travelling Auditor. v^cWi
Capt aim fa Maediiff5 M&rise Superintendent* Vancouver*
for your infoniatioa. ^~     A
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC RAILWAY   COMPANY
Victoria, ■.©., March 30th,
FILE  OR   CLAIM
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prll Ut$ w
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its wad *it# m !
I saoviiig on tiarmatf *$m®
udmg fwm ?ort Uiee to Hail
nadtaa Pacific gtwiier to receive out
per tan in Van
ii<m of $4#12 per taa cwt 0!
will b€ deducted, leai
• *frSmmm 0-: nAm
1 handle iimilar sasvroeitt w
ixietit voyage* 1
.c: H.A. Mills, Esq.,
 fra^__ySfeftdtaT'    For your infomation.       °4' WU1
h car loading,of 6S#
;3.47 net to steamer
oa one or two
.nlphite.   *•_*
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
4   J-Sk ,jU„, & ir.fe .,& ...ft
FILE OR CLAIM
1©*30 a"*®*
Victoria, I*G#f March 30th, 1954.
Bepartamt Io* 11
m$ p.q*
MbM atea:-;ishipii vessel auv, "Clielatt11 aad Bulk Carrier Io* 2
left Vaaeotrrer March 25th expected arrive Skagtmy Jpril 5th to handle
»amif ni i   •    i .xpeettd ttCfcelaii,f Mill load 400 teas lead aad Balk
Carrier 1#900' toms sine STOP   All cargo to be loaded under C*P~BCGS
through Milt of lading fron Irttitefcorae to Vancouver out of which
steamer lime will receive r^jplttr atelier divi COP   Aa this
movement is part of joint operation the .*e will b% jointly
shared STOP   Skipper will carry extra .Uomrance.    f~29
S*J* tfiUiawi
c.c. 5 W^C White, Esq., District Freight Agent, Vancouver, B#C.
)m*&* Mills, Esq., fravelling Auditor, Vancouver, B.C.
Captain f * Macduff, Marine Superintendent, Vancouver, B.C.
For your information.
Manager.
1 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
fancouver,  :.*G*, April 1st, 1954*
FORM lOlQuil*
€_L
Purser,
S.S* tfPrincesa Mormn
yanc.
.c*
gardij
Hiver
Pleaae refer to and cancel my lett b, r©~
3: IOC tons of paper from ©eean Falls,. - * • io Powell
i covered by jour waybill 1927, I<,arch 30th, 195- n
As insii advised that the above     .nt moved qb . (
Bills of Lading, it will be in order
s shipment ta Frei    .ant Vaneouve-,
for collection from the Powell River Oo*, Vancouver, B*C.
„r«
I» u *
District frei   - *
* uaptain-0* J* Williams,
lour telegram tc    :...*,.    rml       ".vca 3^th, file 13&49*
Purser advised me that shippers decline to supply aim at Ocean Falls
Llls of Ladin .
with Waterhous*
ecc *      * H* A. -avail! - vitor,
Vancouver, B*C*
ceo* iir* i)* J* Thomas,
Conversation date with yoiu      •     i mNU    Pleaae arrange col*
lection of the above account*
ceo* FrftBfc   .aterhouse & Co* of Canada Limited,
.,x>uver, B*C»
Attention:    a^t. i&nmw
fo note* FORI! tOlCK
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
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(Sg<L) W. H. WHITE
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BRITISH COLUMBIA  COAST  STEAMSHIP  SERVICE
mtmQa*^  ^b—.—-.	
©
3 CAPT. (J. J. WILLIAMS
MANAGER
..
VICTORIA, B.C.  1
.©amber 4th» 1953.
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this will adknmlm&m «ith
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till jm wirna. timmwA to tela eftfe*
la tri$tie*t.« at your wci-iaat *«BftiilJtts_* |i  OM-ft&t
u _ t© eonply «tth th. reqairamata of w Oanaxwl Aa&itoa.
towr. truly*
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Xoir 111. 8*121,680,
9th, 1953.
Manager. s
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
©
CAP. Q>. J. WILLIAMS
MANAGER
VICTORIA, B.C. $
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at the earliest Bpoortasit;?,
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3t. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
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FORM lGl(58)
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CANADIAN
PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY             ■■■«»
•
FILE OR CLAIM           |*       in   p                            m        uo/|                   X^
■j* ' ; •  '■*-'*            *          a/JL
.1
*C#, Nov«siiber 26th, 19    a
lk7 a   D*J.
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Vaneouv*
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(Sgd.)W.H. WHITE     /
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ccc
rig Auditor,
Vp    .U.Lt*
33 w                ed is copy of Ur. Thomasfs latter FORM IOICuJN
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR  _W_IM     B#    36000   ARB
y* 3T>^r^\.  7 Vancouver Wharf, B.C.
(    I i |~^ \ November 24, 1953*
Mr# W. H. White,
District Freight Agent,
i_>*C/. O.o .
Vancouver, B.C.
Please find attached my letter of May 19th and ship's
copy of B/L covering 1,258 Cs. High Explosives from James Island to
Tahsis Co., Muchalat, B.C., originally intended for S.S. "Chilliwack"
and service performed by "Veta C". F. Waterhouse & Co. say they collected an amount of $1,211.87 and have same available for us. Wr, to
the best of my knowledge, have never been until now requested to issue
billing.
However charges are based on 70,172 lbs. @ $33*00 Ton
$1,157*84 plus HC i $1.54 Ton $54*03. Total11,211.87. Our Tariff
does not show any such rate. Kindly advise with return of Waterhouse
letter and shipfs copy B/L, for billing purposes, with your remarks.
(Sgd.) D.J. Thomas.
WHARF FREIGHT AGENT.
Attach. FORM  101
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIfi
U
Vistula, %* C*9
B«    ltdRfc >-      .      :. V- ..a
na**a*a:
pnai ■•■   | a. c,
Itea« si*_.
Caafiaain-j mt rr>ct»t tele jfr;,4'U0 sad telephone
j,_i«Uva to the Mm fan ttessra. f_ l jay
» Uoitad. o~ lataad king" far aa© | g        | i tha V: Ml
tfia tM Oalf Islands to ra,. UN "Pxiiteeas of Alberni * ©« aaaaaat af
that ves&^i havia§ h*ta -itatiaa-a fro® service for e&jiaa repairs.
Iha "Island King* mm delia ■* aharf at 13t0GK.
itev_^iicc.J_-tt_U.  1953.  rea.^   Coc laadiny, aad cuartar _a tho follwiay
uiil take affaet as ffrosa that tiaa aad data:-
Ca>   Daily ahactac rata $8S0.
CU   Caaadiaa i%_cific >u_il*ay to haar NM of ftael ails cr©» arertiae*
I aad aati: fe #araed darin • "toyayoj aad port *»_p«Btes»
iii ;«* dariK i yoya-je.
۩>    Canadian Pacific dailaay ta provlda parsar,
(#    Caaa_i_a Pacific Railway to tatala alt revenues.
C#>   6a_*-i ... faaifie 'Railway aaar far settloaeat of all claim.
it)   Caaadian Paeifie Railway aadartakes ta ratara vc«&. 1 d cad af ehartar
In sasae fi .ii. ai DEW   lOl^jjJp
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM JWISR
Victoria. B. C. Nateafcar 24th, 1%3.
Ua* -   2   -
thia vessel has bean hi reu tor aae mmd foyage ea_f»
and ill he ratamed to her owners aa soon at discharged up_n ratara ta
Van«o*WHr.
fears truly.
■ a a a § a r.
ae - Captain 1. Macduff,
iarine Sa^ariatead^t. Vattceater. 1$. G.
ti. C. Raid*        .«
Saneeai Auditor, Haatraal, P. Q.
S. C. Brooks, E  q.»
Auditor of freight Receipts, Montreal, P. $#
4 i. Blaahler, Esq.,
Aaditor o* s, Haatcaal, P. Q.
H. *%. Hills, E$n.t
'fravalii«v? Auditor, VaBeourec, B. C.
Par your information,
#
0333, CXumtmmmmm-
Manager.
V Sa CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
ry
Skagway Alasfca. Fll£ORCLAIM   161-3688
Hov ?th»51.
Adviee of Debit for #7.02
%
Mr 6*   C*  Brooksf
Auditor of freight Receipts* t
Montreal, Wm  '"•
Bear Slr:-
lowt Form letter AF» 4    flit A 9??i~15 of
October 17th*    Attached hereto is oo^y of the original
ursyMll    ¥anoou<ver  *harf to Skagiany # 72758 Beo 30f§0
■which cohered which cohered 85 tanks weight 44370 lire
and 0X06'58 measurement 6666 ft*
Connecting carrier,  W* 7*  & Y Rte paid us our Sfaairges
on this original waybill $1022*55 and and never again
took any other    of our waybills into their accounting as
they aade only one  settlement and were not interested in
shifting the earnings around  %® our different steamers*
fhe 6666 Su Ft excess measurement is the excess
measurement on 85 tanks    approximately 78 ft per tank
amounting to -'599*94 or    $7*15 per tank*
fhe Yukon Prinoess apparently carried one tank
ftaieoirrer tfharf to Skagway f/B 15563 Feb 7th151 and
this was taken to account here aa originally hilled
without taking into account  fancouver Wharf correction
Jfo 130  of Feb 16th*51 adding excess Measurement  on 78 ft*
fhe Yukon Prince sa is still entitled  to    the excess measurement, earning of |7*0E as added hy fancouver Ofimrf Corrector
120* hut it will have to he deducted from the excess Ma_tnmsgment       *
of  the SS Princess lorah    6666 Ft #599_94,
Copy to
Mr R A Mills*
General ngent*
# 7
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BCCS 46112                                                                                       FREIGHT ARRIVAL NOTICE        O
B.   C.   COAST   SERVICE
O
Pi
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The   CANADIAN   PACftfC   RAILWAY  COMPANY requests your
claims for overcha
r Loss and Damac
t Claim Agents ar
s of carriage.
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S:S. PRINCESS          HSftlil                                                                                              DATE                                                        W/B NO.
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is subject to its published terms and regulations.   All
pts, Montreal, accompanied by freight bill.   Claims fo
strict to which Freight is consigned; Offices of Freigh
ry, Vancouver,
mentation of this bill.   See Bill of Lading for condition
SHIPPER and CARTAGE CO.
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No. of Pkgs.
ARTICLES     AND      MARKS
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
COLLECT
SS
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44370
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All freight transported by t
sent to the Auditor of
sent to Freight Claim
Montreal, Toronto, Wi
This freight will be delivere
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DOLLIE No.	
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Deliver
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Make Cheques Payable
to Order of
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Consignee       Per
Mail to Wharf Freight Agent CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER DEPARTMENTS
L.  H. JOHNSTON
SKAGWAY, ALASKA
mmm
IN YOUR
FILE   NO.
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All rates quoted are subject to acceptance
writing, and cannot be protected until published and filed in accordance with the provisions of the Canadian Railway Act, or Interstate Commerce Act. as the case may be.
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?«»ooa?©r faraiaa1® ©gainst tfcls s&ipmaaf ^aaaar
aM®& aaa
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r a* a* al^od aa  \ y ' Aaarf "3% S?1g8
yat t*oaa darlnita'y ..t.ti* !§&.& aaj aa *$4as1
ooasitfaaa an t mm tarmiaa'a &hv        a* ma da
meat'witii oaastwaa®
aatil  tiiat ofcarga la •atafe1!****«
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as to Ki, SMUgeXataa|
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1& Yaaaaataa ia« @*a IMP *geat«
Haw* ?. Ifcega&f
'1   f anoouvar BC*
ypa ^•ats*8
Mr Daggaa,      * *____*___.-____._.- J *
Wrot* yoa laat aa Apr!* seta aad iiava fcaj
ao at-rioe aiae* copy of yoar l*tte* May **26i
ta Vaa§oavar WJ*srf Agaat*    Plaasa aow l*ft as **if»
$atek action ®f tills aa rafuasi ia app rsat*y fealag
•araaged far taroagk coanaotlag carrier.
I. H. ?a*ast*_* CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE   OR   CLAIM
3u77
FORM   IOIU'nI
SaJ
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i CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
vaisfs tm
MM
. Mr# A* 1* Biorauttt
Messrs* frai.k ;t%%Ammm &^^^j^^^a^t^M^.9
Mm ot 6arrall B|jMM*f^^^
laar Slra* " 8#i    S*S* ^Iiikaii ftrlaa+M*   Voyage Ma* |
Us^m? data ®f Actual lt%h wa wrata yom aa fallawas
*Witk f_trthar rafaraoaa ta sy 1 attar at July iam# *lm
«?itar*a rarioua talaphos* TOiiiraraatiaiie with yatir %* ltartaa ®m
Wr* ?aaaoit# ragarftlig l^aal aarnii^a on the atere vanael*
In my letter of July tMt I otttlinad total freight.  oM
hsjtflliag ohargea on mhh iimmri aad o&twmrf vayagaa of tha S*S* ^l^kea
fzlmm®* we:fhille& hy the fmrjtfitari Pacific tkilmf 0®*# t*ra also
ijiaha&lag BtOk Ooal wtyfclllad hy y#»r Oaaptity*
0« Vrafffti ©a$arta_aitt ara aa* ga%aa»felag that 1 forniak.
thaatwitk a halanta ahaat shwi^ t&a grats attoaat ot flight tariiiagii
@ni tha tatal mmm ot m§mmmm$ eiaa tha a_«aat aat mmmlum wttk *•••
faat ta tha firat rapaga af &ia waaal*
Mm telama shaat shotting thia ta_rarwtlo.ti is, 1 imtar*
attmft, Mm haisg ao^pllol hy F^mr Wr* OarIaaf -I vaoli appieaiafca your
kiisdiy lafcting aa haya a aajpy af mm at yamr aarllaat ®ttairafiiaiiaa ta
i®ahl# mm H ^0»filt ay rapart ta tha Traffia Bafartfwairta
A aimil&r h-.uiwa ih#at will slao he required with res*
paat Itili sMthsatuTOt t$p$aa af this manual sat yowe ##*aparatiam with
«^&r€ ta this aattar win ha qpf wciafca**11
% If tha jt»3«k* tlma  w# hava mot ham ftornuraA urith a
ra j&y mar tara wa vaaaivaft telaaeta ahaat ra^naat^ia
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLA
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Messrs. Wrank saterhouse & G®, ©f Genada l*4«,
Ai;;U,Ht   30th,   1»SU
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As 1 am again halm tmaai hy aat* fraffia t^pirtftiat-t far thia
iaffcmatla** Mil you Madly a&viaa nhaa @ai«# my ha axpaotud*
fattra truly,
Ml/eh
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Mstriet I^~4ftflt,
T_ubooiii^)^^B*. 0*
fo mote ia ostH-eetian with yomr letter of
August 27th* fila Da BOCS Spl* 143/ta
aai    E* A* Mills „ &mq*0
Trayalli^g Aadit©rf
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
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FILE   OR   CLAiM
8a___ta vlaiia: ....Imperial Oil  Ao.
Mr. j-        a^arta
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Tanaaatar B« ?•
Baar Sirs-
fitjlpaast IIS aaiatloa ail aad f_a*__UN «Ma>
signed  t_i.nrt.aent :_iaa» auft fiescwraas,  Stilts&arae T_r.
delivered hare froa Ha alta Prinee July Hi, 1*90 aairar-
•i tf ay A'ro 12, faaaeuaer   -a rf to
_§©0? Jaty ». 1950.    attaebed ia alalia fila freta Ur*
roll**,  £blt* Pass Ss Y*- *.:
*b*r*ia tba Imperial Oil yryy.ry,  ?.lthough thay lsau.
taraugto liill of !»•. ir* requesting i * .ra af . «
to ta* toaaia of our loaal tarrif.345 faaeaavar to 3&a -
way and atolt* ^aas A Yukon louta loaal tarrlf WO St9
f$t itehorse.    I ao not have- to old tsrrifs te
*arif^ the Imparl' b ?.y bill sad oar preaast
tarrlf* laeal S49 does not   a ,*iy >line t/#
l?le»ae let m ba^ejaur instfH0tic;
to refand far oar yrapartloa*
.m?® very truly.
9aa*rsl %aat
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FREIGHT BILL and/or ARRIVAL NOTICE
B.   C.   COAST   SERVICE
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to the   CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY Dr
^ar^Xransporting the undermentioned freight _^«.   Cy .     .
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
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VESSELS:
S.S.   YUKON   PRINCESS
S.S.  CHILKOOT
S.S.   CHILLIWACK
S.S,   EASTHOLM
M.V.   ISLAND   KING
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STEAMSHIP AGENTS AND BROKERS
GOASTWISE   FREIGHTING   BETWEEN    BRITISH    COLUMBIA,    PUGET   SOUND   AND   ALASKA
UNION DOCK
FOOT OF CARRALL STREET
*MlTED
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liar. l_|fMrie Hallway Qeaapaay,
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VANCOUVER,   B.C.
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A CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
Ck
BRITISH  COLUMBIA   DISTRICT
W.  P.   DUGGAN
DISTRICT  FREIGHT  AGENT
B.C. COAST  STEAMSHIP  SERVICE
Vancouver, B.c.t y«e«Kfe«r 2mkt 1950,
film     4* 6_812
*.
Wt. tk Vim mmk§ m
rtnk mtmrimmm & Go* ot &mm$& M4«, '
Vontwmmt$ B* f*
hlth rtf^€n$f to talaphorta cmiraratitlofi in ecmnaatiafi
with a*f#* mm '; latitat ly^uw 0ae_aiMr 2fHi for acaflMay,
AltaJta*
Aa rwjuatttad* will you- UUtfQy «r»g€ to haBdELa forty
tona -of luritfr* aaah# «tt«* Cprafalrifmtai taotisaa) wliieh waa to ba IcNuiad
lit Jhad 6#
-te aa^itiaici to tha &fe«at will you kitHtXy arr&nga to
iiMtdla tha following 'anita^oMlaa wblah ara to h® dallvarad to *i«r M
2 aulmadtdlaa aaaount Ai*to /taaaiafely (shut ant t*m **•#
_*)
1 autoaehila attaint Hagg Motors
2 Auatin *_.uto_&obilaa to ba afalppad hy ul&tit & dtamrb
Tha total tomia&a of thaaa automobllaa tdll ba upprow*
Jjiatoly ni»^ fMMU
It la _«)darat*Qdi that tha febova will ba imadiad on
thruutfc r%tes to Mliitrt^raa aa fftdaltattad in tttita Hwa * fwAwt itouta
fnuriff §»f*#* Ho* ?16 and Wa* 'ChiiJiw^ff1 ia to raaaiva aa ataa«ar
aa_rai»ga tha ragi&ttr iivtaio» raaa&vatf by Wis B.Q. 0oa_i§t ^ririoa aa
ataaim in Sf teilaay B&via&tn flfe_M* Ho. U-ti.
. W.J. thorns       Wr. B. P&lsmr
• H, A* Mtlla       Capt* 0#J. Wi31ia3ia,
Capt* J. M* GHJLllaan, Mra A# E# Pimsar
Ur. L* H# Johnston - AIRMAIL
Yttirt iwttjr tonily*
KB.*?.!*"*
Olatriet lfi»i#tt *ga*tt* Canadian  pacific Railway Company
•     FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
W. P.  OUGGAN
DISTRICT  FREIGHT AGENT
B.C. COAST  STEAMSHIP SERVICE
Vancouver, s.c. , peee®fc_.r Sth, 19§0»
Him     4. 6,812
Mr. JU h* isollowsr, (3)
Frank Matsrltouaa 4 Co. of Canada Ltd*,
Vmmuvw, B. 0.
Dsar fidr*
Msforririg to icy latters of itowwfosr 24th, 25th aad
?7th, in regard to traffic to b« haadlsd m tha a*6* wAUi*M tftlNGV*
I_j0g Vfexicu.y.-.r, ft. C, Usesaber loth,   th© follondag is a Hat
of t___j._a na* mrnllaWLa for this sailingt
32 ferns papor iinsrs }
30 tons eh«ale_ls       )- a ecoumt Unltsd &_»o Mil JKiass
50 1'ows gsasimi sarfo)
34 fm» soil pipe and fittings account of i_*t_2s Ltd.
S5 tons ©rproc aseoant Albion uimb.r Co.
|6 Tons crooaotsd tiiaber, 20,000 bd. ft. account
J_m§d3«rit "SUabor 1 ■ ltd*
4 tons stssl account B. 0. i^uipmmt Oo.
Dock.
All of ths above c&r§© 1® to bo loaded at B. C. Packers
Zn addition to tho abovo, thars will also bs avail&bl*
at m*m$ Qolmmm & flMtt fiaak Wm foUm
220 ferns e&u*mt ^mmm% Marwall i
30 Tout pOjrwM^i ttatunt Muwall
ftoa aWLpwut fl pctlea ami
feiN*#r 25tb £rm filter ftrmtnrtrt will
agsi&laa to ahifm«t af 25 tons o£ aannacl |
akippad % Canadm l^kars*
ulagt
Scmi&rwtiim Go«
Ckiantr^tlofi 6a*
bionad ^ *V Itttar of
not now ba string and aant
gsKMte* wuich waa to hn-Tt baan Canadian  pacific Railway company
FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
BRITISH  COLUMBIA   DISTRICT
W. P.  OUGGAN
DISTRICT  FREIGHT AGENT
B.C. COAST  STEAMSHIP  SERVICE
Vancouver, a.c. § ®mm^r Bth* 195©*
«r# H. u teUaway - f**t 2
Tha total taratatgt imm tha abort liat to rmm on
thin sailing ia 529 atom*
Xo„_ri§ vary tntfy*
SGD, W, P. DUGGJIfS
fl&atafiat Fraigrt %*t«
LMr# De J* Thomas,
# Ho A* Mills,
Mr* D*  felri^r,
Captain G.» J* Williams,
Captain J* K, Gillison,
£tf, As Hs Fraser,
Hr# L» H* Johnston - AIRMAIL Canadian  pacific  Railway company
FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
BRITISH  COLUMBIA   DISTRICT
C_i
W. P.  DUGGAN
DISTRICT  FREIGHT  AGENT
B.C. COAST  STEAMSHIP  SERVICE
Vancouver, a.c, Qooo^mr Stfe, Iffd*
H3M J* 6SS12
Nf«   Is   ta   S^llOWt^,    (j)
ltaa§sr,
Fm nk Ife&artouta & Co, of Csut&4& Ltd*,
fmmmwr$ i«f*
Bmr Hm
With rafar«iaa to agr latter data in rag&rtl
to aatllllg of the S*S. u P Seeaasbej  ,W__h, It is
itfidtrstaod that thia vassal will also haorfla &pprox_Ufeta2y
f@§ tons of conc^itmtaa &uthtamiid irom 3mgmy$ Alaska trom
tha Qndttd Kmo Hill Kinaa italtad* Mmy®, I. f.
o Ds J* Thomas,
* Sa  Aa  Iftlls,
Mr# Da  fulmar,
Captain 0.  J. tfillians,
Captain J* M.   __Llliaon,
Mr* A* Hs Fraser,
Mr* La H* Johnston - AIRMAIL
lours Ttry traly,
8QD. W.P. DUQGAN
Histrint fralght Agant* Canadian  pacific  Railway Company
FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
P.  DUGGAN
DISTRICT FREIGHT AGENT
B.C. COAST  STEAMSHIP SERVICE
Vancouver, B.c. , Msysatoer 2?th, 1950.
mm  §. 6§a_a
WT* 1, 1. Solloway, (3)
*■
F*_ ak waterhouse « Co. of Canada ltd.,
%yft aiiwat*, B# C»
Sir?
. lief erring to ia@r lattars of Hovoabsr 24th and
25th, rs traf fta to bs haadlad m ths nsact trip of
tho i*._. "Alaska friaes'1 lowing Vancouver, B.C., between
8th aad 10th.
lbs United dans dill -Sines Idadtsd infowi-d
a© this Homing that tiugr *tH snj_y have available %
10th twsatr tons of jr .  which will reduee their
fron 2C© tons ta 1/a cons*
.a aakaa tha total torumgs available at tha
3&2 tons, ta    a of ths f if teen osdar polos, bat
it la likely that m will bs abls to insrsaas this to around
I tone by tho above sailing data.
• D. J. Thomas, Xours v«y tr_ljr,
» H. A# Mills,
Mr. D# Palmer,
Captain 0. J. Williams, SGD. W. P. DUQQAH
Gaptain J. M. (Ellison,
Mr* A*  H. Pra ser,
Mr. U  H. Johnston - AIR-SAIL i&atriet Freight Agent. Canadian  pacific Railway Company
FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
P.  DUGGAN
f-ICT  FF
B.C. COAST  STEAMSHIP  SERVICE
Vancouver, B^Movmabm- 25th, 1950,
Filet 0. 6S012
E. I. iiollowey, fiaq«, (3)
frank ilaterhonaa . Co. of Canada ltd*,
faaaouaar, 1. C,
Sm&r idrt
to ba inferring to a& letter of Isveeiher 24th, re
led ©a next trip of the S.S. "ALASKA    A* leaving
fsaeower, B.C., between Becen*«r 6th sad IDth.
In addition to the tonnage outlinsd in tha above
loation, Msrwall Conatruetisn will have about 3^ teat of
5/$* plywood to «ove from Ivans, Coleman Sock on the above vessel
destined Whitehorse, I*  T,
fha f labor Preservers ltd. are also offering fifteen
long cedar .poles, 45 ft. long with eroosoted butts dsstlnsd
..tetataeree, I.  T. ■
Mr. tout *%ttereen, Timber i-reservers Uadted will
advise m  disinters of the butts amd tops so as to facilitate
stowage and this lnfonaatlon will be passed cm to you aa
as it is received.
tours vary truly,
%
SGD. W. P. DUCKJA1*
B» J. Tn.om.8, Esq*, atstrlct Freight Agent*
k*  Mills, &q.,
©» Palmer, Esq*     A. H. Fraser, Esq*
Capt, Q#J. Williams  L. H. Johnston, Jtoq., - AIRMAIL
Capt, J.M. Gillison Canadian pacific Railway Company
FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
P. DUGGAN
DISTRICT FREIGHT AGENT
VANCOUVER, B.C.#
24th» 1950.
1. 1. tollonay, Beq.,(3)
riles'        9« 68832
Frank waterhouee & Co. of Canada ltd*,
Vhraaoww.* B. C*
Bear Sstrt
Be    g to oar conversation date regarding traffio to bs handled
under Canadian J_aific my. Co, - _hite fass & toko*, itout* thmigh bills ef
lading at through rates to Wiiitehorse, I. f., aad ether Yukon destinations on
tha neat trip of tha *•». «al»ak& Prince* leaving Vancouver, B*  C, about
Sth.
Iha following ia a teat* tive list of the traffic wMch should be
available for the above sailing*
- f tone
25 *
34 *
• 200 Tons  Flywood
. make and autos • • 20 *    Canned gaods (
-teel        •  4 *    MUL |        ^tagd
(_«t_ls ltd*)
■'.:,,..<■.   .      aaAaaaa.a:.    "
2a fc_.u.-,loii to the
to hai
traffio tto United aeno hill . inaa ltd.
•   30   Tons      Asbestos aiding    *   15 tons
- 5©     * laipty ere sacks     *   15   *
- «©     ■ General Mdsa* •   20   9
other car*
All of the above
offering prior to
totals 302
date.
and there will no doubt be
la addition to tho above, there will be available between one and
two ears of rock wool insulation to bo shipped by the Canadian Johns-ltavllle Co*.,
Vancouver, B. C, far MtmaaOJ. Ctast ruction So., iMtakaraa, I*  f. this is part
of a seven ear order and as some of it will bo rehired at ithitehorse before the
and of the year, I trust you esn arrange to aoeo___odate a car or two on the
fttt sailing of the "Alaska Prince". Wi will arrange to handle the Canadian Pacific Railway company
FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
W. P. DUGGAN
F
. COAST  STEAMSHIP SERVICE
Vancouver, ».c. fl Wmmlmr 2i*tli» 1950#
a. ju iriU«aff s*i*» (3) 0 «mp ft # ,:,
bailee af the ardor a* wiiiii^ii nnd ogmm j*x«lt#   this »ak weal iawdatlm is
p&cted in emrtons MNuroring #igfet cubic foot and waighifig forty jwsiidii saeh *nd
ot coot-Mi in atfbjoefc te a&eaita «M«iirf«mt pattmity of 21f per cubic foot for
the .; 0W ®istjr cubic foot to mm %m ot %$0m ifes*   JfaUi 1 r being ia
arttttiLon ^ tte r##iljyr w$mmm< division ot $U01 par 100 Xte** $ta VIhb_k>uw
itarf*«*» HutfUng and Haj^feour CfergD llfctea*
It is u_ru!«rstoei tlMit tha *ie3* NJ_lMkii Frtnii#» is to tmcIts as
st^^r «_miags tha 1 if roooivad by tha B»C, Owst Jterviaa undar
thr. eetiw Jtoaofcar **» IffS* ura mmo& in NiNi
co# «nAtt wm m. iu.
I a& coat&atitsg our 1 • Qffiaa ta juMartaln what, if may mn*>
ismtrate t utera m> .id bo m i fer tha tts41a«ta 1 ■ lattftlag thara  '
^uthbound about Oaateaa_Mtr 15tlu
Iraii you plutoa totrflm MtiMl oa~ % mloo if tha Y**aal
armada to take tjta atwra oarfo, Siialuiiiiig tha fldfaWnt of wh- I lrii____»tJUm*
*' £
ra Vary truly,
SGB. W. P. DUGGAN
D. J. Thomas, Isq, ftUrtriafc Freight Agent*
k* Mills, JB*x_* ,    *
D» Balaer, Esq*
Capt* O.J, Williams
Capt* J.M. Gillison
A, H# Fraser, Esq*
33313
La He Johnston. ifeq#
Will you please ascertain and advise by airmail as quickly as possible
if any concentrates would likely be available for ths above vessel about the fifteenth
of next 'month* if so, appro_Kinmt@ quantity and any other particulars you can obtain
from Mr* I* B# Hannan, General I&nager, White Pass & Yukon Bout®, Skagi*ay5 Alaska* •     %
FORM   101A^)
CANADIAN
pacific  railway
COMPANY
mt
FILE OR  CLAIM
W
1+ hm Sollomy, JESBq#
Page 3
Jfevember 24th
, 195©*
c**c* L* ti. Johns ter^COMf)
Please also keep in Mind the fact that the 8.3. HPrincess Iferah11 larould also be
available to handle three hundred or four hundred tons of coneentrate© mc Skagsaiay
December 18th if the condition   of t>he concentrates pera&t loadings
W.P.D.
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FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
BRITISH  COLUMBIA   DISTRICT
W.  P.   DU6GAN
DISTRICT   FREIGHT  AGENT
B.C. 3QAST  STEAMSHIP SERVICE
VANCOUVER, B.C*  October l?thf  1950a
Filet     0. 68EKL2
I. La aqiSowny, Xeq#f (3)
Ma_mgttrf
P^ank WateAouae Ik Co* of Canada Llda*
ft.  CarraXl 91* t.    .-..
Vancouver, B» c*
Dear Mm
Umtmrring to ay lettar.of October 13th and It
our talaphoiie oamormt&on of October 16th.
WiH you pleaae add fee the cargo JJUt for ilm neact
trip of the S * U. KQUSX* to {feogMqr* Alaska two drnnp timofci
aeoount United loaa iiiil tttnae LMm$ fiM*tmimrm$ 1. f *
Thaaa trucks walgj-t thre@ %m& each or a t*it*l of
12,1300 l\m.$ m which Wm wtmmmr mm$M8fi will be #1*60 per 100 Itau*
inoluding fanomiirer Ifandling of &U00 par tern provided aftLi&Mfit is
wybUled out bottom the first of Mmmihnr.
X pton wm Uiut thaaa .tvttaka can te lo&dod cm
tha foc,sle hood and I wolfed appraeiat* your mrly written aoenptanoe
that tkilm additicmal traffic may km bookod for the nmA* wmSMnn
of your tim&mW.
Iouth truly.
^tot    I*a af* »**_*», So** (2)
^i* Aa Mills, Jfeq.
0.oo$    K« B« Itanium, £aq«*
white Pasts 4 fukm Koiattf,
., i*t*
Diatriat Frei^it Apmt#
/ Canadian  pacific railway company
FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   DISTRICT
W. P. DUGGAN,
DISTRICT  FREIGF
B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP  SERVICE
VANCOUVER, B.C.
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toiifc imm*
•3m iwn&Ntl ogMymim tana ot
km aWppad by Pin—n«i limb a *.uu, ,
tntiaial ^to4 w i t<*_ avou^gi «_m
ta awra ra^ml^i to na*
^*aoi*#d wood,   . «fe#ii§, w&ll
u.*j_.4a
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bars, -ao jwr tc |m -
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FREIGHT   TRAFFIC    DEPARTMENT
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   DiSTRICT
W. P. DUGGAN.
DISTRICT  FREIGHT  AGENT
B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP  SERVICE
VANCOUVER, B.O
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t, Mi
tank i ft* in ctlooataa1 b ' 29 ft* in ia^gi
am «t as . at*
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
BRITISH  COLUMBIA   DISTRICT
w.p.duggan. , Qafctfcar _JU», 3
DISTRICT  FREIGHT  AGENT
B.C. COAST  STEAMSHIP  SERVICE VANCOUVER,    8.0.
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■■■-■-■« ■ _______________________
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE  OR  CLAIM I*    IH*
¥aneou*arff •»<*•» tarr«-&er _?__, 19$0»
m*  •
Mr. &.J.
JSP*    t's'i»Bi«M_    i
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saattla, tfMtu, ta S. a, ffetnfca
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pt£4 If
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fe© b« «i<aaa on w*^&_2, * n»f-
Un _T,*at,
who itfU aaUtaat aecftnt af
i. e. to w«wtti«#
II' i id" - J*y*aet in Qamdisa
U *e®&im%* - _*y_*mt in vJk
Uw JfartrturdiAt %»«t to
ouCUaet **©__ shipper In fcaftdian
tiup @ «g« jpsta in «-i'««t
an i*t*af
Mr. U* A. tills
Ur. €.F.
Ur. i» «• a»lpa
t**J_«ai
(Sgd.) J. M. Roberts
Mr, J* mimr%m - . CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER DEPARTMENTS
O
L. H. JOHNSTON
SKAGWAY, ALASKA
Wat Stk'flO*
IN  YOUR  REPLY   REFER TO
P.LENO. 137-3688
All rates quoted are subject to acceptance
in writing, and cannot be protected until pub.
lished and filed in accordance with the pro-
Visions of the Canadian Railway Act, or Inter-
state Commerce Act. as the case may be.
Mr 18 P.   aagganf
Biatrlot freight Agest*
Tamaaver BS.
Skips-eat of 1965 Pieces- 17869 Ft B M dasher
waa billed on SS Prinoess W&M from, iraaeaaver SSSflUBlS
2nd*50 .smo&.@-  wharf to S)ca# ay w/B 51138 Sapt 2*S0» with
eharges as follows* «
Fro 176 Lo, 1 a Sepl   6    17869 Ft m #15.00—-f 268.04
fflMf Kfg a .50-       4.47
Or 4 .05-         ,89-1268.04- 5.36-|273.40
.  W. V* & ¥ ,paid the e aharges although it developed when ahip was
diaohargad that all tha laaiber did sot cosie ob that aesael.
Tenaeavar tear.' billed these aharges again on tha portion of the
l«idber that oaae on the SS Ohilliw&ek bare October 10th.
Bntenown number of pieces of lumber aa folio m
?ro 250 Ohilllsraefc Oct 3 fan Wharf #/B 56'.
15000 £iB_ . #15.00— #225.00
fffg & »Sty—'-M9 —      ?.50
\?Le y »»83    ———     57.75
Or m .05^- ___-_—_.-—        .75-225.00—66.00-291.00
fo a»3te thia a natter of'record between this of ilea and tha white
Pass Ihsrf Offioa heretin addition to tha abo^ amounts which they
have paid &a,sn additional esKmnt ol |54.S5 haa been incluatd. in
settlement of SS P. Louise of Oot ggnd'SO on    the original waybill
and pr© lf6. (wharf settlement page 1 aheet 1S;.1}
Pro 176    2869 feat © #15.00 #411.04
nit itfg e «80j-     .?2       .
iHg 8 J p. 85— «— 11.05
Froa thia yon will observe that the
These ohargea will he adjusted aa soon aa ant able to shew what the
eorreot Tanoouv er terra trial a are. X figure that the correct charge
allowing fall wharfage at fanoonver and 41*1 <_!-.£ the earnings in
accordance with fancourer   harf sorraotlo* no 98 _ should he as
•/'/'follows.
Louiaas- 2869 ft       115.00—« |45.04
1H_g 43 .50——— 1.44
Me • $.85—— H.05
Or   * #05——- -      ilfru. §43.04—#12. 6, -#55.67
42. Ofc—11. 91— 354.99
tttlte Pass hae paid this office.   ^
#556.06—8S. 27—619.35;
v/ CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE OF  GENERAL. AGENT
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER  DEPARTMENTS
L. H. JOHNSTON
GENERAL. AGENT
., *. .sm
SKAGWAY, ALASKA
IN  YOUR   REPLY   REFER  TO
FILE NO.
Page 2.
All rates quoted are subject to acceptance
in writing, and cannot be protected until pub.
lished and filed in accordance with the provisions of the Canadian Railway Act, or Interstate Commerce Act. as the case may be.
Chiliiwao__:-
15,000 ft m
W£g <d
Elg 0
Or   ®
Totals
Line  charges——
15.00 1225.00
.50       7.50
3.85     57.75
.05-          .75-
—1225.00
—  268.04
|66.00 1291.00
78.63 346.67
This has been badly mixed now but $83.27 Vancouver terminals
have been protected against the consignee and the adjustment
of the line chargea is a simple matter as it rests on the Division
sheet on the 17869 ft H£ but so that there ia not any other
adjustment would like that the Vancouver terminals be definitely
established. Yaneouver iharf on th© origAa.il billing, billed
Half Wharfage and commission rates w/B 51128. On w/B
56993 they billed full Whar.age and Pull handling and the
QoaLtissioz- rates and on their correction of Oct 3rd Mo -24
they __3d_-_sxt corrected W/B 51128 to 2869 ft at half wharfage
and co:_.tission rate and no handling.
Please Investigate and state clearly lf full handling is to
be charged as an earning on both steamers and if full whariage
is to be charged on Louise shipment of 2869 feet as was billed on
the shipment which came on the Ghllllwaolt 15000 ft* Or if full
handling is to be charged on both steamers and only half wharfage
on both stealers.
lopy to
pe Mills
|_ravellin Auditor
fancouver BC.
Copy to
Mr 0. 3*  Roehr,
llharf Agent Skagway.
General Agent. CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY
FREIGHT TRAFFIC  DEPARTMENT
PACIFIC REGION
K. M. FETTERLY
ASSISTANT  FREIGHT  TRAFFIC  MANAGER
Vancouver, b.c.   f Warwookor $%h, 195©*
Mr* Re I. t/otl®my9
Manager, .
Freak tet-erhouac & Co* o£ Canada Ltd.,
ft* Carrail at.,
Yanooinrer* 8. C#
Btmr *iLri
arf#rring to your lattara of ikwmimr 2nd and
lteire»bsr 6%h, &Mtoboo& to Captato Q« J. WLll__a__Ba9 ffenagtr,
feaadiim faille My. Co., B. C* Co&at &orw±m, fietoria, B. 0.f
anoloaing datttilad statements showing groas remains ami dis-
bur saints for viyrions VSffegts of ths S.S. "MOOTM*.
In order to coog-lfft* the pictur% will you
plsass lat as have copy of ststefasnt soaring foy&ga 41, vhieh
I pmmmm tfonlii also b# lcrioiin aa Special Charts? No. 10.
I would also like to obtain "Statcmmt of
Arrival m4 BapartMrs from various Foists11 of moh wyags,
whish inf ornaticii usually aeeostpaiiias the &i%nrs-mitnti0nsd
atatsnant of rersau* and disimrsswints.
fours wry fcrulyf
(Sjjd_) K. M. FETTERLY
/
Asst* Freight _firm£fle Iteager.
Captain 0. J. Hllllaas#
. He A. fitHs. Canadian  Pacific Railway company
FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   DISTRICT
W.  P.   DUGGAN
DISTRICT  FREIGHT  AGENT
B.C. COAST  STEAMSHIP SERVICE
VANCOUVER, BtcJ^^^ 3**#  195&«
Fii#$    ii. teaia
m. h. u ariOMNvii Cj)
^«ss * is* si CSanMla ltd.*
Yaftsaatfar, i* C.
Owr Siri ;  ■
iafarriag to ay icttar «f Ogts>sar 3lstt rsp^ftiJig
prcpe***' trip of tte a.iim muaiy 1.^33* ta ^femg^ay, AJataita lumaat
ths SGth of thia aoatfe*
Dr. 4. I* Fxassr, Elaaaiml Agsnt, ttttts Bass & tuhaa -
teafca^ tmmmmm, ft*f»* has aaat a* ce» s ls*A*ar tc* you ikNtmSm?
to !mnCLs iSf? tens ot s^ssadag eoal to "Sm^mj,
Maska for thoir asssuat m thie |Ntfitfjn_lar ssdliag*
WLU yea please iiwtSeste aa sarly as poasibl# tow
ansb ad&tioaal ear§^ y«s sea lnyp^ls on ths trip ia question aubjeet
to t s **e p*e*i4e* for in tm^mk Tar- * tf.F.tf. 674
sag ta tte tSaflu&tJLeas which cfe&adtasd on rec«t aiadULsr trips s£ tte
&: _nd9 it ia retjsseted that yoa load at ^gway
a Af_UL cargo of United laae Mill saMai&tsttos (*j   roxi^uiOy 3:33 teas)
diastaturgs &.t ;&ed 5# C* * Cc. «hrrff Yf. •,  3.C., at
thn-'U^h r^KUjdisrft rotm ^pHomhlo tmm ttftiutoi**, I. §.* to Yaacsursrf
& C*
• tears truly,
imstrict ^rtd#it ageat*
seat
hy s. j. tineas ia)
fir. 0. &ela_*r
Ur. I. 1. haiwiaaf
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Mblt-tasTse* 1 VY# CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE  OR  CLAIM135/3688
Skagway Alaska October 25th, 1950
Skagway 0/S - - - |22#71
Mr. B.J. Thomas ^ O   *
Wharf Agent /*% {J \
Vancouver, B.C. \J
Dear Sir:-
Shipment one steel storage tank consigned Northern
Coamiercial Company, Whitehorse IT Pro 249 s.s# Cbilllwack
October 10th Vancouver Wharf to Skagway IB 56992 October 3rd
1950 and having reference to Pro 329 Vancouver Wharf to Skagway Waybill 53099 September 13th 1950. Your correction No.
UJ 926 cancelling charges on Waybill 53099 September 13th
account billed on Waybill 56992 October 3rd. I carindt cancel
these charges as WP&SRoute billed this tank and paid us the
charges in settlement on s.s. Princess Louise September 17th
although the goods had not arrived.
Tour Waybill 56992 October 3rd shows Freight Chargea
§22*22 and advances #.49, this correction made in pencil and
I presiHss it was made in your offics and that you have accounted for that Waybill accordingly, fill you please advise
aa to this as I will have to apply to Mr. Brooks for clearance
as payment for handling this shipment will have to be made to
s.s. Chilliwack.
lours truly,
General Agent
cc Mr. Mills
Travelling Auditor CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
134/3688
Skagway, Alaska       F1LE 0R CLAIM October 25th, 1950
Skagway    0/S $50.80
•A
Mr. B.J. Thomas
Wharf Agent
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:- | %
lour correction Io. 925 of October 3rd 1950. The
White Pass & Yukon Route, although the shipment had not arrived, billed these 157 pes of lumber consigned Whitehorse
Hotels Ltd., Whitehorse YT covered by my Pro 327 Vancouver
Wharf to Skagway W  53097 September 13th 1950 s.s. Princess
Louise here September 17th and paid us the charges and these
have been accounted for and reported to Auditor period
snding September 21st and I cannot therefore cancel the charges
on that bill in accordance with your correction.
Your Waybill 56991 s.s. Chilliwack here October 10th.
billed this same lumber freight charges #49.30, advnaces $1.50.
These advances are pencilled on age ____^gc original Ray bill and
I presume this correction was made in your office and that your
accounts show the amount of $1.50 a$ advance. It will be necessary to allow the earnings to the s.s. Chilliwack that I
account for your Waybill 56991 accordinglyr Please confirm
your correction as I will have to apply to Mr. Brooks for clearance and I want to know th at I have accounted for your waybill
56991 as billed by you that is using" the, pencilled correction.
Yours truly,
cc Mr. Mills ^p*> General Agent
Travelling Auditor AlN®)
I CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
BRITISH  COLUMBIA  DISTRICT ?
W. P.   DUGGAN
DISTRICT FREIGHT AGENT
B.C. COAST  STEAMSHIP SERVICE
§r. % u mtmm* 0)
VANCOUVER, B.C -.ototor _4th» 1950•
film     &, £§822
(I Co. «f> teato U*.,
ft. Omo II i»t.„
to iy Isfctoro of w_u:4>..r ljto, l?Ui and a^rsi, rojpMijRjr imffie
.•*_if io toilugr Uo, - i Ml. Hhw 6 tvtem Mo«ii
HUM* of lot i'ttfcon <tar. •!» on Hat «*««*- ®§t&l__toooli!,,1
I oai® idl_    cw 1*0*0 1b___NMr ol**tVe__*>,r 310*.
yo. ooor Mm wl* tto tnllaad jo is to to
lifted .1, toono* ColOKmrt a Dot!. MMM. torso, 1.?.$
v,tf» «MkS OtotBt -       ,
1
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J togse I* eostsoR tmilo 4
tto following oftrgn to to to Uftod ___. «shstt § mad «tU to
If mr tUfy+tm dorriski
\
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tto first too wuate mm for aoooum. Ikdtod ton® MM ii&na. U4*$ tto too
,_ oto . md
tr**.* are oooomA tot. ft torr, »->ltolwn-S» I* f »
lro» toarto oJtos doeUnoti yfettoiimroo, I * f*
g tMiorotoa* toot too touoto, mUmmim <*to toak «|_l to for
IT jpeto toftoin
,5.i*rfc for Hi* *&Uskm frta*©" whioti
with otettt 150 torw of omioot m
to ftue_4*b this Snfonatoiot- to you Canadian  pacific Railway company
FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
BRITISH  COLUMBIA   DISTRICT
W. P.  DUGGAN
DISTRICT FREIGHT AGENT
B.C. COAST  STEAMSHIP SERVICE
Vancouver, B.c.f ©editor 24tof !*»„
a. i* mummy,  sj. • amp t
to «-j»l*_ti>e<i to Ur* £o< .. aa, .to otooiisr 6ttn_Uif* toovn to wjr lottor of
totetor 3rd for tlto two iiiiimwililog *ro .teoorrOBt.   H*o a4__o.br ..-w ti -,a.^_|
akmm it* too otoro met fJtoi to ©orraot aad -oo tto oarloto ojatotaa of lv,C©u lto«y
d ooto tto at* n-taj. |146»50» to t_Wt oto*Od to addod 4S.70 for
Ho--. i_mdlii!_j Bitkl:^ tb. total #149*-^*
to pr its otoo ndth l&itofe fcrsoior ftUtl&g Co« to
aa.   . > w..utblK vtftd«*rtf-__vj btot It will net to powoifelo
for th** 'aa. ij0«3 «y? c_nc«-» :«jp^r account „»j.i_wl too. ALU Mnoo
i,td»f t.-do trip and «a. -_raod oro totog tovtoto mm.. ■-.$*
Xouro truly*
'OO.     OK'-.     0.lWO0iiwi*"<O.rJ^      "OSWW^i..
*, is. ii.'
KID. ^.F.DUGGAW
000%    8. J. fi^«mi# Bill. CD
***** A, «!!»» Iaq.A
QUtrist Ftol#it &®m%* Canadian pacific Railway company _^.
FREIGHT   TRAFFIC   DEPARTMENT
BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTRICT
W.  P.   DUGGAN
DISTRICT FREIGHT AGENT
B.C. COAST  STEAMSHIP SERVICE
VANCOUVER, B.g.C3nt0tiiir 2§ttl#   XftO,
mxm      s. mm
1. i.  ^jQllowgr* £*q«f (3)
Jtaank mi3orto$mmo m Go. of taiada bt&#*
taaatitfwrtS. C.
Uamr *Art
'tilth further i*®£«r«c# to sgr l«tl«r ctf t^tob^r Sfcth* will
you *J.i*dly ajrimitjp to bpok U»<* fc&LONdtafe car^o tor mmrmmit on thm £i**»*
&cfo«dul«d to «*11 trom fmmwmt iMtobmr 2&feh to iMm&my,
IX ^®m feoor i^oc^i *-&;-llano Mtmmrim
JO   tons iS^oo* orotoi moommfe lOUMUm Inribttr CcM^tf    •
5 X&iui croosotod otovoo noo^mit f^siaaMiit Ylssboi* Ifcoduota
1© torn m^r mA flour moommkt ifttito Atto & Yukon tents
36 funis tjpooorlao ooooiur* i« MfclklK Uo.
tip ctf. i^ff ftfo- wi^f,,iell
35 *obo oqpliolt sh^ngl*^ aoooant Mstafsjr loafing & **•** ©o«
10 fbftft ntnol mmmik fe *ray Untaaaoo
if font imtnd ^iritem^LMi fww vntIoiio ski , m-s
Tito nbgwro trftffit 1$ Wte ;mr*a*d unttor ttoroitflh rmtm mm
pitfUaiMtf fey tho tfhito IfeM 4 Yukon Boat* m& mmm&m®, ulth iron ta i*#e*diro
n$ &t*M»r #mn - regular divlaloft puUlaiiodi for tint B. C. Go&st siorvieo
writer tho** fi tmfcoo.
v*ojuthboumi 1% 1* WMmmOntoooA Wmt tho ^oooml will load at
t#*iwi laio HH MUmm &Mi# far *iifelmrj§o at our *ior   «ving writer tho tit*
ftUlftlMKi i^oowr division af #6.55 P«r ton af £#000 Im., ytaioh teoltidoo
IhaMHwratr tiwMtllfqi of 11.00 ptr ton*
Itolftiw t*lttjrf
it *i. Hmaw» Mil* (2)
. *. mnm, %*%. SGD, W. P. DUGOAS FORM   101
<s>
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE   OR   CLAIM
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ftnrtltor to wa U&%** of ^prii 27tfc# *£*l*i9«
nil! &# ftita|>tiJ or MM an part lot
via
tta» £Nl#i tfriWgWi on * oklpafent, HMI tho oW
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE ©R CLAIM
wtikw i@nrini MMMMftnuoi
to our dock?, imot oo oooon^anioi hy
Xadif*.   at ttaw of nHpaait, mwk bills of 2
to be cowroc; t ed to cow oajy tl ^ooo it owa
that tloo im£ aidiamtd stolid bo
or 2-otoA
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM
,
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM
• M •
*£U j«K plMUW fiOO* Oil
o^Mfwrit to^
(Sgd.) J. M. Robert*
■-■■*«* »-■
Mr9  ••*•  "W3jjl»0'
Ur. 4. Aula*** - f«
Is oepj ot* i
t*fe.tt*to9o laM
-- 0. CTQaat  Steamships
tfnion Steamships & Frank v/aterhouse & Co,
Northern Route
■ FORM I01(^S)
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM m •       **__,       *mmm
mlf 5th, 1964 *m
■ tth Tcacnme to meeting tele" io year office is
Juno lOtlt, aegeadias yea* vessel   I^S* "Chilootio"
Iiaaiif eg aipcexiiaately 9© too® of easge iwm Vancouver to certain
potato la tte Urtea larariteaies fia Stepsiy*
this fieiffit will, as mm nation©*!, ao covered te
Caaadiaa I»aeifis 6111s of Lwilmfr
Hie Vancouver ffaaaf Aealgbt Ageat, aa. instructed
to tea* this traffic ham}led oa Caaadiaa Paolfio Hallway waybills
aaaoa tlwoag1 aates aa published ia Paeifie aad teetta Eailway
aad Maft«atlea Cewpaay tarfff GfTJ *76C*
It ia understood taot yea* Carapttay will boar all
tka longshore aad ether amasses entailed ia tte teadling ef
tMs fnlght*
tea iiill xaeelleet cfartag tte aaotiag that yoa
agseoi to allovt tte Canadian Paeifie S£ aeaatfasiea oa tte
to offset ear CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM ^jy   g^ jf ^   ^
Ftltt 14BMUI-4
tte Mlllft§f ntlsjit 0ts#f of tfctt eni*gi»#   I ham i^#t#iii§if
MhlMd o«r Amilta* of ftstifJit ftmriptSf In Maatiwl*
Scaurs tnljrt
ocs    6. C. Broolcsf M$q.t Audi ton; of Freight Meceipts* Hoatrealf r.-. .
*•>. S. QritiwoiKl* Esq.f Travelling AiditoEf Vancouver* B#C.
D. J. Thonatf Esq.f ttaari Freight Agent* Vancouver* B.C.
FORM 10!(^,
CI
For your iafonaatian.
a
(ff'ZT+t&MA' m*
u-er. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM - * •>*•    143/ 7
Vanoou^r,  S.C., June 13th, 1^54*
i&r. S.Jf. Tbrnmo,
Au,
fmmmm, B*C.
1tt# Stolon 2
loading at tfaslr c!#ek an
bill    of 1b
*§ S.S. "C^icotiitf* «ill fet
; fSOSOUVtr iHSMs 21st f nith
a aort
iisybllls under
Ha;
s# arrange tc 'to t
I as pytolistied in PmciJ
tl®i* ©wpsfigf ibiff CTO Ha* 7S0i
bis
(Sgd.) F. S. HARVEY
Aaalst&nt Ctanaral f
on%.
mt  Captain OaJ.  Williams.
' Aa arranged at meeting yesterday. I assume you will
confirm with Union Steamships that w# are to receive five percent
eonm&aaion on the gross steamship revenue to offset our out~of*»
pocket €&psns#g and will advise Mr a G.O. Brooks» Auditor of Freight
Receipts, Montreal, 'Que., accordingly.
gSl Mr. J.S. BruMnond,
To note.
cc. Mr. G.I. Wilson,
fo note.
jr.Ji.lt. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
ft. BCCS SpL, 143/5*
Vaneouwsr, .--.u., July 27th, *
FORM 101
Mr. D. J. !%<maa#
Wharf fralgbt Agunt,
Vaoaowrer* B.C.
ring to sty latter of July 10th, advising that tha
S.B. uCbil{&tln" would handle appropriately 100 tons of concentrates
fro® Skagway, Alaska to fancouver, B.C. for a total of U tripe tor**
filiating September lath, 1953*
It now develops that thsr# ia m i&auffieleat cpantity of
oonoantrstos reaching Skagway, iil&ska to supply capacity cargoes for
our vassal, and effective with the ta&p froa Skagnay, Alaaka July 2?th
thare mil m no  concentrates transported on tha S.S. h itls**
\.
District Tmigjaz Agent #
cco# Mr. H. A. JHH0,
ceo. Captain 0* J. Milliaas,
Manager* B.C.C.S.,
¥ictoiia, B*0*
ceo, Mr. G. IfeBaan,
Union Steamships LladLted,
Vancouver, B.C.
W.H.W.
l FORM 101
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM     ^   gggg   ^   ^^
71432,
Vancouver, B.C., July 10th, 1953*
Mr. Um  J. Thcmae,
Wharf Flight Agent,
Vancouver, B.C.
fhe Union Steamships* S.S. ^hllcotin" out of Skagway, Alaska
June 5th handled approximately 100 tons of concentrates destined Vancouver,
B.C.
Th®  Union Steamships have agreed to move tide ores for our ac*»
count, and are to receive as their earnings steamer divisions as published
in CPKy General Division Sheet  >« . 12«*L. Handling charges at Vancouver
will accrue to them, but wharfage charges -will accrue to our Shed 6, as
they will truck these concentrates from their pier to Shed 6. the ahove
arrangement will apply on a total of U trips terminating with the 5.3*
"Chilcotln" leaving Scagway, Alaska September 18th#
CCO.
iSgd) W. Ua WHITE
District freight Agent$
Mr. H6 A. Mills,
fo note.
ceo. Captain 0. J. Williams,
Manager, B.C.C.B.,
Victoria, .e>*^*    -
lour mm duly 9th, sjmibol %*&&+    I re^et that this arrange**
mmt was aade verbally and waa not covered by correspondence**
ceo. Mr. Q. McBean,
Union Steamships Limited,
Vancouver, B.C.
W.H.W. / Handling Charges &
(Tarried by
Wharfage on (Toneentrat
SoS.^Ohilcotin*
es FORM IQiaiN
X* CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM a #     12/11,
;ennv#r, H.C., April 30th, t$&«
• F. 0.        ' m,
Auditor 4t Joint aaaountorii,
CP litaticin,
Va»*cai*arj H.C.
Confining aorivtiraafeioti vaaafdtag hmub targes *oJtae&aed
a iMmaMait of Si- mi originating at Victoria, o.w. whan mm$m& via
Vagxoouver, B.C. te tha fukm* atattitavy miliar tercmgh rates.
Attaciiati for your Infoxtaa&lata is copy of letter written
Uooi J/Ui, 1951 also Fabruary 29tha 1952 by riealatant enteral Pfeii
Agani, Vancouvar, • ••*..,, egtatallahlng mi all traffic fxwt Viator; .....
toaialitad ta the Xukcm Vojnrltmiy ciiviiiion of aAaanar #aitiings mm ctlspa^tiari
ot wharfage and^iatidliiig ohargaa aa mhmmi UmmiMn
At tha raquaat of Mr. (I. ti. Brooks, >r of Freiir*ht **a-
aalpt* Mn^o«wAf ana. his file A~92tf/64»I, 1 aat «nding ym thaaa ttbtaab*
ta outlining the oorraot baaie for division of these tmadrtal chargea.
(SgcL) F. Sa HARVEY
Aaafcatetfit Chnaral ftaafttfit Agant*
ooo. ilr. G. C. Brooifs,
Auditor of FradLi^it Maoa&pta,
taatt*aalf km.
torn latter April 23rd.
Thia aubjacfe was ommmd by agr latter te y^u April 16th, ami
ari tha attaciirterita tharawlth you will note that a aopy of thaw irtatrucilena
as b to kit.    .    .    i Lis, TfewaULlng Alitor, fmoomor, IM .
cc. Mr. H. A. Mills,
To note. Attached is copy of Mr. Brooks1 letter referred to
above*
F.S.H. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM     A»9287oA*0L,
Montreal, April 23, 1953.
--)
FORM 101 (Tin
Mr* F. S. Harvey,
Assistant Genei*al Freight Agent,
Vancouver, B.C.
Referring to your letter of June 13, 1952, file
D-BCCS- Spl. 12110, also predecessor*s letter of December 17,
1951, file T-51-101, D-BCCS- Spl. 1219.
Mr. H. G. Davies, Auditor & Joint Accountant for
the Joint Operating Vessels has shown handling charges on hi«
statement where B.C. Coast Services and Joint Operating Vessels
are involved been divided on a basis of 50$ for each. Authority
for this basis he states, was received from. Mr. W. P. Duggan
(Deceased) District Freight Agent, Vancouver, B.C.
We have been using the basis outlined by you in view
of which we are unable to reconcile his figures with ours.
Please put Mr. F. G. Davies right how these handling
charges should be divided, advising me when you have done so*
(Sgd) G.  C. Brooks
Auditor of Freight Receipts. 4        a
#
FORM   101Qn2
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY
COMPANY
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLA.^    tf698/&
Vancouver, 3.  C,
December 29th,  1949*
Hr. **f# wiHoughby, (2)
ftharf freight Agent,
Vancouver^
herring te your latter of
Ct\argas assessed on a sfcd
Dace
Of  22nd, File
74279 **HH, relative t charts assessed oa a shi    of 200 barrels
of bear, which     .*nder Victoria **hai    111 18356, Septe^mr
SMI, 1949 to tfkagpay, Alaska, eonslgnad Liquor Vendor, Whitehorse,
X.T.
auditor of freight ifecaipts, Mr. G. G. Brooks1
letter of Deaauber 15th, i*"ile A. 9979*^ is returned herewith.
This shipment was accepted at Victoria, 3. C.
for furtheranee via cUr i«^lf&r steaner to Vancouver, B.C. and reloading
and furtherance cm our Alaska vessel to Skagway, Alaska, but due to
the volume of tonnage moving, it was decided to turn this shipment
over to frank Uaterhousa Co. of Canada Ltd. at Vancouver for furtherance
to Skagwaj, Alaska on our Jl.*. "afaatka* under charter to that Con-pany.
It is oted fchai the mjmn^®  bill which acr    led
your letter shows a division of the through rate accruing to the B.C.Co.
of 2?i# p^r 100 lbs., but thia Ss m  error, as C   , Co. (Jenerai
Division oteet Ko. Wo IIHP provides a division of l&$ pm  IOC lbs.
and freight charges should be adjusted accordingly, plus Victoria wharfage
and Handling.
there is no established division iroi Victoria to
Vancouver, B.C. on this traffic, and in view of the allaage involved,
it will be in order for yon  to arrange to retain for the B.C.U.S., 25%
of the division,^exclusive of Victoria wharfage and Baadlin^)^afsd
allow Frank waterhouse &  Co. of Canada ltd. 75:& of thu division^ to
cover the mrowmnt  froa Vancouver, B.C. to iikagway, Alaska.
\
cc:    Mr. J. Ramsey,
Travelling Auditor,
(S2d.) C D. Edsforth
ASol^t ]     WHIG!
a«.
VANCOUVER,  B.  G.
Conversation date. Attached is copy of Mr. G.C.
C.D.E. J    Brooks1 letter referred to
above. FORM 102
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY
C    \
0
I FILE OR CLAIM        A.    9979~W
Y Montreal, December 15, 1949•
Mr a  A.T. Willoughby,
Wharf Agent,
Vancouver, B.C.
Agent at Skagway reported Victoria Wharf
to Skagway W/B 18356 Sept. 2, 1949 (Pro 167) $385o20 -
arrived on the "Nodka."
In his letter dated Nov. 18th he advises
that "Shipment left Victoria Wharf on "SS Joan" and was
probably intended for the "Louise" at Vancouver but actually
came forward on "SS Nootka". I presume that the "Joan"
is entitled to some earnings on the haul Victoria to Vancouver,
Will you advise me early whether "Joan"
should receive any earnings out of $342.40 steamer charges,
$21.40 Wharfage and $25.68 Handling, so that I can give
Waterhouse Co. their proportion on this haul.
(Sgd) G.C. Brooks
Auditor of Freight Receipts,
BM.
: CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
SSkagmy ,da^aSLE0RCLA,M
Wm X8*thf4°
3Sfg
larnings SS  ftHrtka
$3mj: Gp.   G.  Brooks,
Aaaitor of Freight  Receipts.f
Montreal,  P.O.
fomx letter of Hoto&fomr 1st request!*^
advice as to .er or not shipment covered hy pro
107 fie tori a   timxi  ka SJugwajr  ^/b 18356 Sapt   %u;f49
800 bhls Baa* weight  4'>800 charges as follows   w^s on JflMfkfc*
42800  9 .80   •/:.*/,?. 40
ffg 21. 40
Hlg 21 • 40-™--,385• 20•
fbia x.rxvad on the Ifcatta   hare   :> pi 3        ' at
no doubt  ,*ov»d from Victoria to Vancouver on st   ?$&&
and ma   v-.Moably Intended for   th*   *X»t*is«* at  VanooaiHUP
hut actually aaaa forward on ^3 ::i3otfct    ae there  mo
laore f^x^ut than the La&lsa ooul^ fata«dla«    I pr^cuuia that
the Joan la entitled to seme 9*£&iHg on the haul Tietorla
to Vancouver*
Q e i i or a 1   a g ail t.
3opy  to
Mr    a?.     H^Of.Hiyf
avalliJi    "-.alitor Wmdomtaw*
M&tc  in nasi rC9tlon -,,ith statement
ox
3Ua
<
7     Si
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/ FORM 102  (AW .j
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM /7 f" <? 7. ?-   //
Montreal, December 1&, 1949.
Agent at Skyway reported Victoria Wharf to
Skagway W/B 18356 Sapt. 2t 1949 (Pro 167) ^85.20 arrived
on th© ^Hootko11.
In hl& letter dated lov. 18th he advises that.
"Shipment left Victoria Wharf on fS5 Joan* and was probably
intended for the 'Louise* st Vancouver but actually cam  for*
ward on fSS Hootka*. I presume that tha 'Joan1 is entitled'"
to some earning on th© haul Victoria to Vancouver.
receiv
s/*J.      yli^lXX
Will you advise me early whether nJoann should
iy earnings out of £342.40 steamer charges,   £1.40
.25.68 Handling* ao that I can give Waterhouee
proportion on this haul.
BE.
* /
Auditor of freight Receipts,
Mr. J. Ramsay,
Travelli     "itor,
ic ouver. B.C.
3%   **
S\%     ?'
J. Division or  ;*rt
eriiouae  Jo.     -    3.  C.  S.  3.
Y/ %      r
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver* B.O*, May 5th. 1953U
Mr. X#» H. Johnston,
General Agast,
Sk&gw&y, Alaska.
.^ar Sir:
j&cp&&ss Bills, your pros 1 tc 179. covering voyage
of ^Tuken Princess* from Vancouver February 9th, have been
received, but on checking with Vancouver Uharf billing 1 find
that uraybills X5398, 15399, 15400, 15526, and 15559 are not
included.  fere these waybills and  shipments received by you?
Expense bills were received without an adding machine tape and
I do not know the total figures of your abstract.
In sinking a closing balance sheet for the ^Woetka1*
we experienced considerable difficulty reconciling the figures
on your adding machine tape with the amounts available with
the Auditor of Freight tuccipts because of  corrections, under
cover waybills, etc., a      vie had no advice.
Would it be too mich trouble to make an extra copy
of your abstract to send along with the expense bills? Having
the copies of your abstracts I would know what corrections
had been made, or under cover waybills taken to account after
the original abstract haa been forwarded to -Ur. Brooks.
It would be very much appreciated if this could be
done and it would apply to the Frank V/aterhouse & Oo. vessels,
the^OhiHiwmck^, ^Alaska Prince*, etCa, as well mm  the ^Tukon
Princess11, as I have to check the billing covering shipments
carried by them.
Tours truly,
Travailing Auditor.  J • **
FORM   lOlUHirf
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
$uk
FILE OR CLAIM        fc    ^^ —
Vancouver, B.C., February 5,*1952.
AIRMAIL
Mr. L. ii. Johnston*
General Agent,
Skagway, Alaska.
Referring to your letter of December 13th, fila
£90*3715, regardi       I assesaed on shipment from Johnston Storage Ltd., Vancouver, 3.C. of  #ight packages personal affects consigned
H. J. LaFreniera, whitahoras, I.T. as covered by Vancouvar Wharf to
ik&gw&y, Alaska waybill 29301 April 28th, 1951. Returned is iVBfcT
bill liOa  302.
. It will be in order for you to agrat to ifta assessment of tha owners risk released basis of ohargea on. this shipment pro*
viding you secure from the consignee prior to adjustment of chargea,
a relaaea of  responsibility properly signed.
^
r» * XX * I V i
73,
District Freight Agant.
ceo. Mr. H. A. Kills,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B. C. n
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY^  COM FAN Y
FILE  OR  CLAIM
-.  p;&T AWi* BIT"
.|5»3@
FORM   I01O.E,
5 !;i!;  freijk i*oa*.
District  £ir:te *.«"«rreniare
*  a affects e°QS3>sfI-a may ft*5*,
f S"?S«NSo. p'i«-j; £*»£« VB
&i* — <L***v  indicate*
*a^1ch    CnSer    *
iff  ox   wx     *^  »
**<*?       _-.'. «€aRad*
At*,c?tf  w8S°n?t  Se*eased.
•'"Apparently this  shipment   is Tor  «   ,*.
Employee  sad  they desire  to give  tha benefit  of   release
rate which lo^dbe  CE as far  as th t  Company  is
concerned  and cuestion noi?  is  do you wish'to waive  the
insurance  after the  risk*  and participate*
Seiare1   -g®atl
Yukon Prices®    &•*
comptro^®1 "W
/
U"
r\
15M 10-51   ELECTRO FORM A9 MAI U.S.A.
CaaadJan Paeifie BaHlMg*..
totll
802
AUDITOR'S   NO. .
...?ancouver>..jB.#i....c.#. _ 	
TO WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE
Pacific & Arctic Railway & Navigation Co.
British Columbia Yukon Railway Co.
British Yukon Railway Co.
British Yukon Navigation Co.
MONTH ENTERED
October-.
.,. 51
TO: Amount of overcharge on 820# HH effecta
consigned to H» J. Lafreniere, Whitehorse
from Johnston Storage, Ex Vancouver
4/30/51, Yukon Princess, C.P.R. W/B #29301J
Str. Pro. 99, B/L 2*88, Skagway May 1951*
W/B #245, Whitehorse Pro. 4582.
AS BILLED:
820# HH effecta ®
6.93
Vane Tails
Surcharge
I SHOULD BE
820 HH Effects
release % 4.62
Vane Tmls.
Surcharge
WP&Y Prop    CPR Prof   Total
40.fl
>51
27.14
TJTPt
16.12
1.21
10,74
1.21
Ti3m
56.83
1.21
.51
5S35-
37*88
1#21
«34
iftlt
DATE  MADE
Dec.11/51
CJR Jr/o*b
BALANCE DUE.
.0.......*...
~\
4 5»38 B.C.C.S. 461-12
OFFICE RECORD OF FREIGHT BILL FOR VANCOUVER WHARF        £
B.   C.   COAST   SERVICE ™
canaQn pacific railway comQny
977"i  Vancouver Wharf
to  Skagway Aia ska. ,9983
., m "... IN PRO.
Apri^Hs'ST
W/B NO.
2930t
99
S.S. PRINCESS
Yukon Princess
SHIPPER and CARTAGE CO.
Johnston  Storage ltd
CONSIGNEE and ADDRESS —
H. J*  Lalreniere OS 3978 c/o Comptroller Audit Office WP&YR
 Whitehorse YT.
No. of Pkgs.
8
ARTICLES     AND      MARKS
Furniture
*u
per&tmai   Property not  f
resaie **
{(((Not  Released)))
or
DOLLIE No...
WEIGHT
820
RATE
FREIGHT
-M«u
i96ir iiti
HC
49
advances
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PREPAID
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COLLECT
17.32
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O  b.cc.s, no, 5160 - cancels b.c.c.s. tariff no. 5120
To be filed with Sections 3 and 12 B.C.C.S. Tariff No. 245
CANADIAN PACIFIC HAIL W AY COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
COMPETITIVE TARIFF     K. B.C.C.S, Spl, ll/9
The Canadian Pacific Railway, British Columbia Coast Steamship
Service, will absorb cartage at Seattle, wash., between Pier 64,
Foot Lenora St., Seattle, wash., and other Seattle docks on traffic
moving under B.C.C.S. Competitive Tariffs No's. 5105,  5106, 5108,
supplements thereto or re-issues thereof, as named herein:
RATE
On Intercoastal cargo moving between Vancouver
or Victoria, B.C., and United states Atlantic
or Gulf Coast ports<v transshipped at beattie,
nash.,  i ,  12*0 per 100 lbs.
Minimum charge per
shipment 50$*
On cargo moving between Vancouver or Victoria,
B.C., and Oriental, Australasian, United
Kingdom European and South American parts,
transshipped at Seattle, wash..  $1,10 per 2,000 lbs,
•r 40 cu. ft. as per
•cean steamer line
manifest, minimum
•harge per shipment
50$.
The rates in this Tariff are subject to the
general rules and conditions of carriage adopted by this Company,
as published in B.C.C.S. Tariff No. 245,    amendments and Reissues,
and are exclusive of Marine Risks.
Effective May 1st, 1950.
H. Wa Gillis, H. Arkle,
Freight Traffic Manager, Freight Traffic Manager,
MONTREAL, C^ue. WINNIPEG, Man,
Issued at Vancouver, B.C., by J. M. Roberts, Assistant General Freight
Agent April 28th, 1950,
HA - GCB - DaM ~ Bflp - UFA - wEHG ~ ATW - DHZMcL - Hah -  Record CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM L   9    6    9   3    5    S
Montreal, March 15, 1950.
Mr. H.A.Mills,
Travelling Audit or f
Vancouver, B.O.
Seattle Wharf Freight.
Referring to the former Travelling Auditorfs (Mr.J. Ramsay)
letter to me of Deoember 29, 1949, relative to the above*
I am attaching copy of the Auditor of Freight Receipts
letter to me of March 6, 1950, wherein you will mote that Mr.Brooks
concurs that it would seem proper that cartage charges should be
billed in the Freight column of waybill.
Further it is stated that Victoria was omitted from
Tariff 5120, which is the absorption Tariff. Will you pleas® take
up with Mr. J.M.Roberts, Assistant General Freight Agent, Vancouver,
and ascertain if the necessary supplement to include Victoria
has been issued, or when it is likely to be. There is no doubt it
was their intention to include Victoria im the first place.
You may advise Agent Seattle lharf to waybill cartage
im the Freight column., and when he has paid Lloyds Transfer, he
should forward the receipts to Mr. Brooks for Claim Card im
olearance of his outstanding.
Concerning Agent*s September 1949 Special Debit,
mentioned im the penultimate paragraph of yours under reply. As
the difference of #10.53 represents profit, I will arrange to
take care of it at this end.
JGS/m Auditor of Agene
Ja./y°3J33 COPY
Fite or Claim FA 1345
Montreal, March 6,  1950.
Mr.D.A.Mcintosh.
Seattle Wharf,
Replying to yours January 24, file L-96935-E and
returning correspondemoe and B.C.C.S. tariffs 5120, 5108, 5106 and
5105 which accompanied same.
As the additional charges provided for in Rule B of
tariffs 5105, 5106 and 5108 accrue to the vessel it would seem proper -
that such should be billed in the freight column of waybill.
Tariff 5120 authorises the absorption of Seattle
Cartage charges as defined, on traffic moving under tariffs 5105, 5106
and 5108 transhipped at Seattle when such traffic is moving between
Vancouver and U.S. Atlantic or Gulf Coast Ports or Oriental,Australasian,
U.K. European and S.A.Ports.
This tariff specifies Vancouver but not Victoria
and also states it should be filed with Section 12 of B.C.C.S.Tariff
245 which section covers rates from and to Victoria indicating
Victoria was omitted by error otherwise there is no apparent reasom
for filing a copy with Section 12.
This would be a matter for the Department that
issued the tariff to explain and if necessary amend tariff.
G.C.Brooks.
EKCLS. Auditor of Freight Receipts.
D-l
IH CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FiLE OR  CLAIM
Vanoouver,  3.0.   December S9,1949.
Mr. O.  A. Mcintosh,
Auditor of Agencies,
Montreal,       Qua*,
Dear Sir*.
Seattle Wharf Freight*
Kindly note Seattle Wharf Agents letter
December 15 attached together with tariffo referred to therein.
It would seem to me rates in tariff 5106
rule B which is intended to cover cartage between docks should
be billed in the freight cclmm of the waybill and Cartage Go's
account when presented,paid and application aad* to Mr^Brooke
for clearance.
Tariff 5120 ie the tariff authorising
absorption ©f cartage. It ie an agreed rate between this Ccmpany
and Lloyds Transfer.Seattle. While ¥ictoria ia net mentioned
therein tariff 5106 is nevertheless mentioned.
I am not sure if you are still canying
in suspense balance agentfa special debit September 30.
Apparently agent hae already paid out cartage at agreed rate®
and taken special credit and which my have since been applied*.
ill you please let at have an expression
cf opinion ao that I say reply to agent Seattle.letter»
YourB truly.
avelling Auditor B.C.C.S. MO. 5120 - CANCELS B.C.C.S. TARIFFS NQ*S, 4994 AND 5057
To be filed with Sections 3 and 12 B.C.C.S. Tariff Noi 245a
CANADIAN PACIFIC" R A I L W A I C 0 M P A N Y
Brirish Columbia Coast Steamship Sefvice
COMPETITIVE TARIFF
H. BCCS SP1* 11/9
The Canadian Pacific Railway, British Columbia Coast Steamship Service,
will absorb cartage at Seattle, Wash., between Pier 64, Foot Lenora St,,
Seattle5 Wash-,, snd other Seattle docks on traffic moving under BeO.CoS.
Competitive Tariffs No*s, 5105, 5106, 510$, supplements thereto or
re-issues thereof, as named herein:
RATE
On Intercoastal cargo moving between Vancouver,
B. C, and United States Atlantic or Gulf Coast
ports, transshipped at Seattle, Wash....  12^ per 100 lbs.
Minimum charge per
shipment 50$.
On cargo moving between Vancouver, B. C„, and
Oriental, Australasian, United Kingdom
European and South American ports, transshipped at Seattle, Wash. ....  $1,10 per 2,000 lbs.
or 40 cu. ft. as per
' . .      ocean steamer line
manifest,  minimum
charge per shipment
50^.
The rates in this Tariff are subject to the general rules and conditions of carriage adopted by this Company, as published in BoC.C.b.
Tariff No. 245* Amendments and Re-issues, and are exclusive of Marine Risks,
Effective January 1st, 1949.
H. Wa GILLIS, G. F. BUCKINGHAM,
Freight Traffic Manager, Freight Traffic Manager,
Montreal, Que. Winnipeg, Han,
Issued at Vancouver, B.C., by C.D. Bdsforth, Assistant General Freight Agent
December 29th, 1948a ■ • B.C.C.3 CJOMP^KTIV^ T/iKlFF,NO. 5100
Cancels -B.C.O.S. Tariff No's.    4448 and 4449*
To be filed with Sections 3 fend i&j  B.C4G.S.  Tariff No. 245.
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
File B.O.C.S. Spl. 11-7A Original Fage Number One
11-7B
Competitive Tariff
Applying On
Shipments destined to or originating in Canada and originating at or destined
to United States Gulf or Atlantic Coast ports when interchanged at Seattle,
Wash., to or from regular intercoastal vessels
Between
Seattle, Wash.
and
Vancouver, B.: C. or Victoria, B#C.
General Merchandise, N.O.3. 257* of the Ii. tor coastal rate named in C. Y.
Roberts' Gulf Intercoastal Westbound Freight
Tariff No. 1-B, and supplements and reissues
thereof, and Harry S. Brown's United States
Intercoastal Westbound Freight Tariff No. 1-C,
ahd supplements and reissues thereof, subject
to a minimum of 20$ per 100 lbs. and $1.00
per bill of lading.
25%  of the Intercoastal rate named in C. Y.
Robertsf Gulf Intercoastal Eastbound Freight
Tariff No. 1-B, and supplements and reissues
thereof, and Harry Su Broxvn's United States
Intercoastal iastbound Freight Tariff No. 2-C,
and supplements and reissues thereof, subject
to ey minimum of 20f per 100 lbs. and $1.00
per bill of lading.
Rule A
Freight rates named herein apply only to pieces or packages measuring not over
22 feet in length: pieces or packages measuring over 22 feet in length will be
subject to the following additional charges:
For each foot or fraction thereof in excess of 22 feet.......lg# per 100 lbs.
Rule B
Single shipments will be loaded and/or discharged at any dock designated by
shipper or consignee within the Harbour aroa of Seattle, Wash*, subject to
the following additional charges: a
.    - B.C,C..S> CQIiPl^ITjfe TAUIpfr iiOi .5,1087 ORIGINAL PAGE NO, TWO
Rule B.   Cont.
Weirht of . shipment: Rate,
1 to   250 lbs. incl..*....'.,35$ per shipment
251 to 5,000 lbs. incl... .12|^ per 100 lbs.
5,001 to 20,000 lbs., incl*........|6.25 for the first 5,000 lbs* plus 7k$
per 100 lbs# for additional weight.
20,001 to 30,000 lbs. incl.... 017*50 for the first 20,000 lbs. plug
3§$ per 100 lbs. for additional weight*
30,001 to 40,000 lbs. incl........$21.00 for the first 30,000 lbs. plus if
per 100 lbs* for additional weight.
Over 40,000 lbs...................No Charge (See Note)
NOTE: when a single shipment of 40,000 lbs. or over is loaded or discharged
at a dock other than C.P. Ry.. lenora St. dock, Pier 64, Seattle, Wash,
under this rule, no charge will be made for shipments of less than
40,000 lbs. when consigned to or from the same shipper or consignee
as the 40,000 lbs. shipment if booked with carrier and handled at the
same time.
Rule C
The table of heavy lift penalty charges p.s  published in Rule 7 B.C.C.S.
Tariff No. 245 will not apply. Shipments subject to Rule 7 when weighing
over 2,000 lbs. per piece or package will be subject to the following
additional charges:
Rate in Cents per 100 lbs.
Weighing 2,001 lbs. to 4,000 lbs., inclusive......... 5
4,001 lbs* to 6,000 lbs., inclusive.........10
6,001 lbs. to 3,000 lbs., inclusive........15
6,001 Ibsarto 12,000 lbs., inclusive.. .20
12,001 lbs. to 17,000 lbs.., inclusive.k 25
17,001 lbs. to 20,000 lbs., inclusive........30
Rates published herein include handling charges at Seattle, Wash., and
wharfage charges at Seattle, Wrash., Pier 64 Lenora St. dock if loaded or
discharged at other than Lenora St. dock (Pier 64) under Rule B. Rates are
exclusive of wharfage and handling charges at Victoria or Vancouver, B. C,
and Vancouver Harbour cargo rates.
Rates published herein are subject to the general rules and conditions of
carriage adopted by this Company as published In B.C.C.S. Tariff No. 245,
amendments and reissues, and are exclusive of Marine Risks.
GFB-GCB-EB-OJW-CFA-DP-ATW-WiiHG-^jP-DS-C^Y-RLCORD
Effective August l6th, 1948.
H. W. GILLIS, G. F. BUCKINGHAM,
Freight Traffic Manager, Freight Traffic Manager,
Montreal, Que. Winnipeg, Man.
Issued at Vancouver, ,B. C., by C. D. Edsforth, Assistant General Freight Agent,
August 9th, I948av . •    ■ S.C,G';S,   COi-fiTiTIVS TARIFF HO., 5106
a
Cancels .B.C..C.S. Tariff No's* 3564 3775 3820 4287 4286 4603 4604
To be filed with Sections 3 and 12> B.C<C.S«j; Tariff No.- 245.
C A N ADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
File B.C.C.S. Spl. 11-SA Original Page Number One
117-10
Competitive Tariff
Applying On
Shipments originating at or destined to Oriental,, Australasian,' United
Kingdom and European ports, when interchanged with regular ocean
steamship lines
Between
Vancouver, B. C. and Seattle, Wash.
Victoria, 3. C. and Seattle, Wash..
ON
Rate
Minimum charge for any one single shipment...................     ",-1*00
General Merchandise, N.O.S., per ton of 2,000 lbs.,.
or 40 cubic feet, as per ocean bill
of lading. ......      4*00
(Subject to Rule 7, B.C.C.S..Tariff 245)
Liquors, N.O.S..,.   per ton of 2,000 lbs...................       9.00
Ale, beer and stout, per ton of 2,000 lbs...........        5.00
Rule A
Freight rates named herein apply only to pieces or packages measuring not over
22 feet in lengthj pieces or packages measuring over 22 feet in length will be
subject to the following additional charges:
For each foot or fraction thereof in excess of 22 feet......l|$ per 100 lbs.
Rule B
Single shipments will be loaded and/or discharged at any dock designated by
shipper or consignee within the Harbour area of Seattle, Wash., subject to
the following additional charges:
Weight of shipment: Rate k
1 to   25O lbs. incl.....,..;i.35f per shipment r\
251 to 5,000 lbs. incl............ 12^ per 100 lbs. ,
5,001 to 20,000 lbs., incl.........46.25 for the first 5,000 lbs, plus 7U
per 100 lbs. -for additional weight.
20,001 to 30,000 lbs..incl......^.§17.50 for the first 20,000 lbs. plus
3h$. Pep 100 lbs. for additional weight.
30,001 to 40,000 lbs. incl...........w21.00 for the first 30,000 lbs. plus 1$
per 100 lbs. .for additional weight..' •
Over 40,000 lbs.......... .,,...., .*..No Charge (See Note). .. B.C.C.S. COMPETITIVE TARIFF NO. 5106 - ORIGINAL PAGE NO. TWO
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Rule Ba Cont.
NOTE: When a single shipment of 40,000 lbs. or over is loaded or discharged
at a dock other than C.P. Ry. Lenora St. dock, Pier 64, Seattle, Wash,
under this rule, no  charge will be made for shipments of less than
40,000 lbs. when consigned to or from the same shipper er consignee
as the 40,000 lbs. shipment if booked with carrier and handled at the
same time.
Rule C .
The table of heavy lift penalty charges as published in Rule 7 B.C.C.S.
Tariff No, 245 will not apply. Shipments subject to Rule 7 when weighing
over 2,000 lbs. per piece or package will be subject to the following
additional charges:
Rate in Cents per 100 lbs.
Weighing 2,001 lbs. to 4,000 lbs., inclusive,  5
4,001 lbs. to 6,000 lbs., inclusive........10 .
6,001 lbs. to 8,000 lbs., inclusive........15
6,001 lbs. to 12,000 lbs., inclusive........20
12,001 lbs. to 17,000 lbs., inclusive........25
17,001 lbs. to 20,000 lbs,, inclusive........30
Rates published herein include handling charges at Seattle, Wash., and
wharfage charges at Seattle, Wash., Pier 64 Lenora St. dock if loaded or
discharged at other than Lenora St. dock (Pier 64) under Rule B. Rates are
exclusive of wharfage and handling charges at Victoria or Vancouver, B. C,
and Vancouver Harbour cargo rates, Rates published herein are subject to
the general rules and conditions of carriage adopted by this Company as
published in B.C.C.S. Tariff No. 245, amendments and reissues, and are exclusive of Marine Risks,
GFB-GCB-EB-0JW-CFA-DP-AT^WJ3IG-iiMP--DS-CWY-REC0RD
Effective August 16th, 1948,
H, W. GILLIS, G. F. BUCKINGHAM,
Freight Traffic Manager, Freight Traffic Manager,
Montreal, Que, Winnipeg, Man.
Issued at Vancouver, B. C, by C. D. Edsforth, Assistant General Freight Agent,
August 9th, 1948. B.C.C.S. COMPETITIVE TARIFF NO. 5105
Cancels B.C.C.S* Tariffs No's; 3326 3700 4276 4282 4313
4402 441? 4497 4509 4814
Superseding rates contained in Sections | and 12, B.C.C.S. Tariff No, 245.
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
File B.C.C.S, Spl. 117/10 Original Page Number One
65339-1
Competitive Tariff
Applying Between
Vancouver, B. C. and Seattle, Wash*
Victoria, B. C. and Seattle, wash.
Rates in Dollars and Cents per 100
lbs, except where otherwise specified
Less Than Carload Carload-Minimum
Minimum Charge - For any one single Weight
shipment  •    1.50
General Merchandise, N,0,S,
(Subject to Rule 7, BCCS Tariff No.245)..-...     .60
Aluminum Articles, in packages, nested......,,    1.00
not nested, c,    2,00
Aluminum, N,Q.S. in packages .90
Automobiles, Motor trucks, trailers, tractors,
delivery cars, lift trucks, jitneys and motorcycles
Not boxed or crated,, ,,.     .60
Batteries, storage, wet .••.......      ,72
Boats
Power:
Length not exceeding 16 feet in lerj^h     1.75 per lineal foot
Length exceeding 16 feet in length..     2,25 Per lineal foot
"Without Power:
Length not exceeding 16 feet in length.,,,*,    1,00 per lineal foot
Length exceeding 16 feet in length,,. ,.    1.50 per lineal foot
Bottles, new, empty, QRB&.C, in packages.....,,     ,60    ,50 •» 24,000 lbs.
Cereals:
Pancake flour, Buckv/heat flour, cornmeal,
rolled oats and other similar heavy
cereals      .30     .26 - 30,000 lbs.
Corn Flakes, puffed rice and other similar
light eereals ,.     .60 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
B.C.C.S. COMPETITIVE TARIFF NO, 5105 -y FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. TWO
(Cancels Original Page No. Two)
To be filed with Sections 3 and 12, B.C.C.S, Tariff No. 245«
Rates in Dollars and Cents per 100 lbs.,
except where otherwise specified	
LESS THAN CARLOAD CARLOaD-MINIMUM WEIGHT
Carriers, empty, returned,, N.O.S* (See Note)....  .30
: NOTE: Rate will only apply on Returned Enpties from original consignee to
original shippers, providing the full packages were carried by this Company.
In order to get the benefit of returned rate shippers must produce inwards
expense bill when making shipment. Agents and/or Pursers should note on face
of same, number of packages returned and date. Returned empty packages will
be forwarded at the convenience of the Company, and freight charges must be
prepaid.
Chain (Rule 7 BCCS Tariff No.245 does not apply)
In packages (weight not over 1500 lbs. per
package..     ,35
Loose, (weight not over 2000 lbs. per piece)    .45
Loose, (weight over 2000 lbs. and not over
4000 lbs. per piece).........     .50
Loose,  (weight over 4000 lbs. per piece)..,. .60
Canned Goods............................,..,, .40 ,30 - 24,000 lbs,
.25 - 40,000 lbs.
Clams,  fresh, in boxes,  ORD&D..............,, ,40
Cotton piece goods, in packages.............. .60
Fish, fresh or frozen, in boxes, ORD&D,.....,    .60
Dried, salted or smoked, in packages,..,    ^60    ,30 - 30,000 lbs.
# Fruit & Vegetables, fresh, ORD&D., Viz:
Asparagus, berries, cherries,grapes,lettuce,
peaches,pears,plums,spinach,tomatoes, and
fruit N,0,S., in boxes or crates., .•...*    *55    .35 - 24,000 lbs.
Apples,bananas,cantaloupes,cauliflower,
celery,cranberries, grapefruit,lemons,limes,
melons,oranges,pineapples,pumpkins,rhubarb,
squash,sweet potatoes,and vegetables,N.O.S.
(Watermelons will not be accepted loose.),
in boxes, barrels, or crates..     .50    .35 - 24,000 lbs.
Beets,oabbage,carrots,onions (dry),parsnips
potatoes and turnips, in packages...........    .45    .35 - 24,000 lbs.
Fruit and vegetables as specified above, in
straight or mixed carloads (See Note)...,.,,    -     ,35 - 24,000 lbs.
NOTE: On carload shipments interchanged with the rail lines at Seattle, Wash,,
minimum weights applicable to such shipments named in tariffs published by the
rail lines or their agents, lawfully on file with the I.C.C, and W,D.T,, will
apply, when lower than the minimum weights named herein,
Petatoes and onions (dry) in bags or crates,    -     .25 •» 30,000 lbs.
Furniture, ORB&C., N.O.S.
K.D., in packages........♦, ...,,..    .90
S.U., in packages, including mattresses' and
household refrigerators................,,.,   1.80
Grain, Flour, Feed and MLllstuffs, in bags or
barrels............................,........    .30
GFB GCB EB OJW CFA DP ATW CWY DS ADM EMP WEHMcL MARY MAQUINNA RECORD
Effective April 7th, 1949* # - Denotes Change
Issued at Vancouver, B. C. by C. D. Edsforth, Assistant General Freight Agent,
April 7th, 1949* B.C.C.S. COMPETITIVE TARIFF NO. 5105 - ORIGINAL PAGE NO. THREE
Rates in Dollars and Cents per 100
lbs. except where otherwise specified
LESS THAN CARLOAD  CARLOAD-MINIMUM
WEIGHT
Grain, Flour, Feed, Alfalfa Seed and
Millstuffs... Q      -      .26 - 30,000 lbs.
Glassware ORB, N.O.S., in packages      .60
Hay, compressed, in bales...      -      .35 - 20,000 lbs,
Household Goods and Personal Effects, including
pianos and organs, when shipped with household
goods, second-hand. Charges must be prepaid.
Released to valuation not exceeding §10.00
per package and so specified on Rill of
Lading, in packages, ORB&C......;      .90
Not Released, but valuation specified on Bill
of Lading at time of shipment, in packages..    1,80
Loose, ORffiC
Accepted only by special arrangement and
when loaded to and from dollies by shipper
and consignee respectively, and when released to valuation not exceeding $10.00
per package,     l.*80
Iron and Steel (Subject to Rule 7 BCCS Tariff
No. 245) viz:.
Beams, castings, channels, angles, plates,
bars, sheets, rails, pipe (wrought, galvanized
or cast), and pipe fittings.
Not over 24 feet in length.       ,35
Over 24 feet and not over 30 feet in length,     ,40
Livestock - accepted only by special arrangement.
Liquors
N.O.S,, in glass, in packages.  # .90
in bulk, in barrels  # .80
in glass or bulk, in packages......... # -   # ,30 - 30,000 lbs.
Beer, in packages,,,......,.......,  #   .70  # .30 - 30,000 lbs.
# Applicable between Vancouver,   B.  C. and
Seattle, Wash. only.
Liquor
N.O.S., in glass, in packages.  £ 1.05
in bulk, in barrels.....  £   ,95
in glass or bulk, in packages......... £   -   £ .45 - 30,000 lbs,
£ Applicable between Victoria, B. C. and
Seattle, Wash, only. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
B.C.C.S. COMPETITIVE TARIFF NO, 5105 ; FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. FOUR
(Cancels Original Page No,' Four)
To be filed with Sections 3 and 12, B.C.C.S. Tariff No* 245*
Rates in Dollars and Cents per 100
File: H,65339/1 lbs, except where otherwise specified,
LESS THAN CARLOAD CARLOADrMINIMUM
Lumber, viz: WEIGHT
Flooring, hardwood, in bundles..................,*.  .45
Logs, hardwood. •«•»,,,, ,.  ,45
Plywood and veneer, in packages....................  .45
Machines, household, including motors, sewing
machines, washing machines, ORB&C. ,, 1.20
Magazines and periodicals, in packages.,.........,,,  .45
Oil, N.O.S., ORBSi, in barrels, cases or drums ,  ,40
in barrels, only......   -     .30 - 30,000 lbs.
# Paints and ingredients used in the manufacture of
same, N.O.S...   .40    .30 - 30,000 lbs.
Pitch and resin, in packages* ,,..,..,   .40    930  - 30,000 lbs.
Plaster, moulding sand, ground rock, ground stone
or stucco dash, in bags,,..........................  .40    .30 - 30,000 lbs.
Plumbers supplies, ORB&C, vizj
Bathtubs, wash bowls, sinks, laundry tubs,
plumbers crockery earthenware, in packages...   .90
Radios, ORB&C, in packages.  1.80
Rope and Cordage, in packages. 40
Sal Soda, in packages .,,..«   c35    .30 - 30,000 lbs.
Stoves, ranges and heaters, iron or steel, ORB&C,
in boxes or crates
Not enamelled............... c   ,90
Enamelled.  1.20
Tires, O.R., pheumatic, including inner tubes....... 1,00
Wallboard, cement, cn pallette boards   .35    .27| - 30,000 lbs.
Waste, burlap and/or jute, in bales.  -     ,30 - 3°,000 lbs,
A Wire, viz: Bale ties, iron or steel, in bundles...,,  ,35    .25 - 30,000 lbs.
Rule A
Except on iron or steel, freight rates named herein apply only to pieces
or packages measuring not over 22 feet in length; pieces or packages measuring
over 22 feet in length will be subject to the following additional charges:
For each foot or fraction thereof in excess of 22 feet 1-J# per 100 lbs.
GFB GCB EB OJW CFA DP ATW CWY DS ADM MP WEHMcL MARY MAQUINNA RECORD
Effective June 6th, 1949    # - Denotes change   ± - Denotes addition
Issued at Vancouver, B, C. by C, D. Edsforth, Assistant General Freight Agent
June 3rd, 1949.
4 CANADIAN P A C I F i  C RAILWAY COMPANY
t    B.C.C.S. COMPETITIVE TARIFF NO, 5105 - FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. FIVE
{Cancels Original Page No, Five)
To be filed with Sections 3 and 12, B.C.C.Si Tariff No. 245.
Rule B
Single shipments will be loaded and/or discharged at any dock designated by
shipper or consignee within the Harbour area of Seattle, Wash., subject to
the following additional charges:
Weight of shipment: Rate
1 to   250 lbs, incl.,..,,,35| per shipment
251 to 5,000 lbs. incl.....'..12f# per 100 lbs,
5,001 to 20,000 lbs. incl....|6.25  for the first 5,000 lbs. plus ?i$
per 100 lbs. for additional weight.
20,001 to 30,000 lbs, incl,..117.50  for the first 20,000 lbs. plus 3%$
per 100 lbs, for additional weight.
30,001 to 40,000 lbs. incl...$21.00  for the first 30,000 lbs. plus U
per 100 lbs. for additional weight.
Over 40,000 lbs. ...No Charge (See Note).
NOTE: When a single shipment of 40,000 lbs. or over is loaded or discharged
at a dock other than C.P. %. Lenora St, dock, Pier 64, Seattle, Wash.
under this rule, no charge will be made for shipments of less than
40,000 lbs. when consigned to or from the same shipper or consignee
as the 40,000 lbs, shipment if booked with carrier and handled at the
same time.
Rule C
The table of heavy lift penalty charges as published in Rule 7 B.C.C.S,
Tariff No* 245 will not apply, Shipments subject to Rule 7 when weighing
over 2,000 lbs, per piece or package will be subject to the following
additional charges:
Rate in Cents per 100 lbs.
Weighing 2,001 lbs, to 4*000 lbs,, inclusive 5
4,001 lbs, to 6,000 lbs., inclusive 10
6,001 lbs. to 8,000 lbs., inclusive., .15
8,001 lbs, to 12,000 lbs., inclusive. .20
12,001 lbs. to 17,000 lbs., inclusive 25
17,001 lbs. to 20,000 lbs., inclusive ,30
Rates published herein include wharfage charges at C.P.Ry. BCCS Lenora St. dock
Pier 64, Seattle, Wash, handling charges at Seattle, Wash,, and wharfage and
handling charges at Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. Rates are exclusive of
Vancouver Harbour Cargo rates.
Rates published herein are subject to the general rules and. conditions of
carriage adopted by this Company as published in B.C.C.S. Tariff No. 245,
Amendments and Reissues, and are exclusive of Marine Risks.
GFB-GCB-EB~QJW-(FA-DPWITW~WEHG-C
Effective August 16th, 1948. Denotes change.
H. W. GILLIS, G. F. BUCKINGHAM,
Freight Traffic Manager, .Freight Traffic Manager,
Montreal, Que. Winnipeg, Man.
Issued at Vancouver, B. C, by C. D. Rlsforth, Assistant General Freight Agent,
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February 17th, 1954.
FILE OR CLAIM
Mr. J.S. Drummond,
Travelling Auditor,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Dear Sir:
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16th. Enclosed copies of my W/Bs 1320,
September 30/52, and 543, April 14th/53,
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FORM 102 A (Aw
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Juneau, Alaska, February 20th 1954•
Mr« J.Ha Bminmond,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B#C#
Dear Sir:
Please find attached copies of waybills as requested in your
letter© of Feb l6tha
Yours tnrf^y,
Agent 1
ry
Wharf or Steamer
June?
Alaska
Date
Not 22nd 1952
Customs Report No.
B.C. CS. 12F
Pro. No.
Empire Printing Co*  Juneau Alaska Sheet No.
To the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. Dr.
For Transporting the undermentioned Freight billed
Per Steamer-
Elaine
-Voy.
From
Powell River
W.B. No.
2?25
W.B. Date
Not 12/52
Shipper  Powell River Sales,
No. of Packages and Description of Articles
8 rolls 52-1/2" News
22    " 70"
1    « 32-1/2
1    " 33"
32
Feet
Weight
6206
2293©
784
5C6
Rate
73
15*
WHF
HC
Received Payment,
Freight
fZ.£mfm .   I 1 il
33^2
9.13
21.30
Advances
Prepaid
Total to
Collect
285*26
Date.
-19.
Agent or Purser.
THANK YOU
We  appreciate
your   patronage
^ 2
Wharf or Steamer
Jiinftaa Alaska
Date
Nov 22nd 1952
Customs Report No.
B.C. CS. 12F
Pro. No.
Empire Printing Co0      Jxin@au   Alaska
.71
RECEIVED FROM CANADIAN RAILWAY <
The following described property in apparent good order.
Sheet No.
Per Steamer-
J&iaing
-Voy.
From
Powell Uver
W.B. No.
W.B. Date
Wpv 12/52
Shipper
Powell River .Salefc
No. of Packages and Description of Articles
S roll* 52-1/2" Hews
22    » 70"
1    " 32-1/2
1   » 33"
32
Feet
Weight
Rate
620$
$2930
7*4
506
73
15*
WHF
HC
Receiver's Signature	
Date 19_
Freight
222.11
33.32
9.13
21.30
Advances
Prepaid
Total to
Collect
285*86
Del'd by Teamster-
Checker *- Wharf or Steamer
xlf    Juneau    Alaska
Date
Feb 1st 1953
Customs Report No
B.C. CS. 12F
Pro. No.
M EMPIRE PRINTING CO.      JUNEAU    ALASKA Sheet No.
To the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. Dr.
For Transporting the undermentioned Freight billed ELAINE
  Per Steamer   YUKON TRTSGSSS-
-Voy.
From
POWELL RIVER B.C.
W.B. No.
164
W.B. Date
Jan 21/53
Shipper
Powell River Sales
No. of Packages and Description of Articles
8    rolls    52jn Newsprint
22 rolls 7C"   do
30
Freight Collect ■
From Empire Print Co,.
Feet
Weight Rate
62Z.7
238111
3oo*a
.73
sc
WHF
HC
Received Payment,
Freight
219.42
32,91
9.C2
21,04
Advances
7 A '■
Prepaid
Total to
Collect
232.39
Date-
.19.
Agent or Purser.
THANK YOU
We appreciate
your* patronage MM
1 Juneau   Alaska
Feb let 1953
M EMPIRE PRINTING CO.      JUNEAU    ALASKA Sheet No,
RECEIVED FROM CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
The following described property in apparent good order. w »■»,«,
Per Steamer_£i*i25
From
POWELL RIVER B.C.
W.B. No.
164
No. of Packages and Description of Articles
$   rolle 52£B Newsprint
22 roll* 70"   do
30
Freight Collect
Froa Empire Print Co,
Feet
W.B. Date
Jan 21/53
Weight
624?
23SU
300IJS
Rate
.73
SC
WHF
HC
Receiver's Signature-	
Date 19-
YUKOK PRlKgggg=
Shipper
Freight
219.42
32.91
9.02
21.04
Powell River Salt
Advances
Prepaid
282*39
Del'd by Teamster-
Checker	 1
Wharf or Steamer
June3.u   ,   Alaska
Date
Customs Report No.
B.C. CS. 12 F
Pro. No.
¥,%&   April 8th 1953
M  Empire Printing Co* Juneau Alaska Sheet No.
To the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. Dr.
For Transporting the undermentioned Freight billed Elaine
 Per Steamer       Yukon Princess     \/Qy
From        Powell River
W.B. No.
603
W.B. Date
March 30th/5;
Shipper
Powell River Sales,
,    co &*£ t*mO
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No. of Packages and Description of Articles
14  rolls 32-1/211 •
19  rolls 70l?
STANDARD NEWSPRINT
Marked Empire Printing
Co* Juneau Alask$.
Freight Collect*
Feet
Weight
11260
203;
Total to
Collect
Received Payment,
Date-
.19-
Agent or Purser.
THANK YOU
We appreciate
your patronage 2
Wharf or Steamer
Date
Customs Report No.
B. C. C. S. 12 F
Pro. No.
Juneau  Alaska
ftrii   April $*h 1951
M      B&pire Printing Co, Juneau   Alaska Sheet No-
RECEIVED FROM CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
The following described property in apparent good order. ELaine
Per Steamer-
Ytikoii PrJUcwi
-Voy.-
From       Powell River
W.B. No.
603
W.B. Date
March 30th/5J
Shipper   PqM@h RjTOT Sal
m*
No. of Packages and Description of Articles
14  rolls 32-1/2"
19  rolls 70"
STANDARD NEWSPRINT
Marked Empire Printing
Co. Juneau Alaski
Freight Collect,
Feet
Weight
11260
20322
Rate
73
15*
Whf
HC
Receiver's Signature-
Date	
Freight
230.55
34.5S
9.47
24.32
Advances
Prepaid
Total to
Collect
298,
-19-
Del'd by Teamster-
Checker	 FORM 102
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, B.C. February 17, 1954
Mr. J. D. Notman,
Agent,
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Further to my letter of February 15th.
I now find it neceasary to determine the amount
of wharfage included in the freight ohargea on the following
waybills from Prinoe Rupert to Skagway:
W/Bill 797 Nov. 17/52
800  " 17/52
844  " 30/52
849  • 30/52
883 Dec. 15/52
916  ■ 29/52
12 Jan. 11/53
33 ■ 23/53
34 n 24/53
73 Feb 9/53
/^yf i*6  Moh. 9/53
166  " 20/53
185 Apl. 4/53
194 " 6/53
195 " 6/53
Freight
91.62
12.90
20.35
11.65
46.11
2.09
29.46
11.65
14.48
46.88
79.52
Wharfage
2.04
.25
1.50
i4«*c*»' 3*y mZZ
' Jb*£mxm/  y7m*f $s
•3lMBilled as #11.74, copy attchd.)
• 53 33&&*& S**+ &&y 3uu •**
•25 y*&^$3*y33 S
#58 ^WsNrA^  3^af 31&   *
• 50
k   #50 )  fa^*»*  tfryJS""^
U.54 (Billed as #52.49, copy attchd.)
1 # 79 33&&&*€iim*» j&f  A
8 £.04^^ ^72.90 (Billed as #64.00, copy attchd.)
72.874.  ^1.01 (Billed as #66.59, do *  do  )
90.8&>""   1.81 (  do as #79.90, do   do  )
l#80^^*v.25 (  do as # 1.63, do   do  )
You will note that I do not have the number of
waybill dated Marah 9th. but presume you will be able to
reooneile the amount and provide the required number or numbers.
Please insert the amount of wharfage which was
included in the freight amounts against each waybill and forward
oopy of waybill in each case wifere the amount of freight charges
listed does not agree with the amount on your original waybill.
Please return this letter as soon as possible
with the required information.
ling Auditor. ffU/% 0   ^3^ymyMA^C 449                                           105.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.    105.                                     FORM487
B.   C.   COAST  SERVICE  FREIGHT  WAYBILL
COPT
>
g.     AMOUNT
«-,..	
0."'
$	
STEAMER
LOADING   NO.
DATE
WAYBILL  NO.
d.:;:	
Yukon Princess
Hovesaber 30th,  1952.
8 4 9
TO                                                             STATION                                             PROVINCE  OR  STATE
FROM
STATION                 PROVINCE OR STATE
Skagway,                                                             Alaska
NUMBER
(    9982      ) Prii
ace Rupert, BC
PRO.   NO.
FULL  NAME   OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
CONSIGNEE,      ADDRESS,       FINAL
SHIPMENTS,  THE STREET ADDRESS.     ORI
DESTINATION,      ADDITIONAL
GIN AND DATE, ORIGINAL CAR,  TRANSFER
ROUTING,   DESCRIPTION   OF   AR
FEET
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
FREIGHT   BILL,    AND    PREVIOUS    WAYBILL
TICLES  AND   MARKS.
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
W H Malkin Co. Ltd.,
John Sew ell,
Prince Rupert.
Whitehorse, Y. T.
3 pels sugar
2 cs.        do
2 sax        do
1 sack yellow sugar
1 cs. lump sugar
1 cs. Sunlight soap
1 cs, Rogers syrup
1 ci. Earo          do
1 cs.    do            do
1 cs, Rogers      do
1 cs. Purex bleach
800
101
8.08
X pel. coffee
1 cs. Kleenex
1 cs. Purex tissue
115
116
1.33
1 cs. tea
3 cs. pilot bread
1 otn grocys noibn
100
131
1.31
23
H/0
Wfg
.71
.31
-
-
1015
11.74
DESTINATION AGENT WILL
STAMP  HEREIN STATION
NAME AND DATE
REPORTED
105.       CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.       105.
/J^y 4-49
105.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.    105.
B.   C.   COAST  SERVICE  FREIGHT  WAYBILL
>0PY
g.     AMOUNT
L,	
-
0."
$	
STEAMER
Cassiar
LOADING   NO.
DATE
February 9th, 19531
WAYBILL  NO.
K7	
7 3
TO                                                             STATION
PROVINCE  OR  STATE
FROM
STATION                  PROVINCE OR STATE
Skagway,
Alaska
NUMBER
(      9982
)PriD
,ce Rupert,
BC
PRO.  NO.
FULL  NAME   OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
SHIPMENTS,   THE STREET ADDRESS.     ORIGIN AND  DATE, ORIGINAL CAR,  TRANSFER
FREIGHT    BILL,    AND    PREVIOUS    WAYBILL
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
CONSIGNEE,      ADDRESS,      FINAL
DESTINATION,      ADDITIONAL
ROUTING,   DESCRIPTION   OF   ARTICLES  AND   MARKS.
FEET
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
Canadian National
Smythefs Hdwe,,
-
%press Co.,
Atlin. 1* B. C.
(▼§& farcross, IT)
(for Humen Sewing
Machine Co.,  Edmonton.)
1 ctn sewing machine
20
Min
H/C
Wfg
Bynd
1.13
.25
.     .25
1.63
1.70
3.33
Capitol Theatre,
Capitol Theatre,
Prince Rupert.
Whitehorse,  Y. T.
3 cans motion pic. fi
Im
30
Mill
H/C
Wfg
1.13
.25
.25
Saanich Plumbing &
Saanich Plumbing & B€
©ting,
Heating, Ltd.,
Box 429, Whitehorse,
Y. T.
Rrinee Rupert.
12 sax fittings
11 bdls wire ftngs
1870
131
24.50
5 lens 3" blk pipe
750
101
7.58
28
H/C
2.01
USD WITH GREEN PA]
HT
Wfg
.79
B C ^ackers, Ltd.,
Tourists Svces, Ltd.,
Prince Rupert.
Whitehorse, Y. T.
2 bxs frzn fish
600
Refrig
151*
9.09
4.55
"REFRIGERATION*
H/C
Wfg
.46
.25
3270
52.49
3.33
DESTINATION AGENT WILL
STAMP HEREIJSTSTATION
NAME AND  DATE
REPORTED
105.       CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPAf
4Y.       105.
n
~v 105.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
B.  C.  COAST SERVICE  FREIGHT  WAYBILL
105.
STEAMER
Yukon Princess
LOADING   NO.
c;
d.:
March 23rd,  1953.
WAYBILL  NO.
16 6
PROVINCE  OR   STATE
Skagway,
Alaska
FROM
NUMBER
STATION PROVINCE  OR  STATE
(   9982       )Prince Rupert, BC
FULL NAME OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
SHIPMENTS, THE STREET ADDRESS. ORIGIN AND DATE, ORIGINAL CAR, TRANSFER
FREIGHT BILL, AND PREVIOUS WAYBILL
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
CONSIGNEE, ADDRESS, FINAL
DESTINATION, ADDITIONAL
ROUTING, DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES  AND   MARKS.
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
Bacon Fisheries, Ltd.,
Prince Rupert.
Capitol Theatre,
Prince Rupert.
Glen M. Smith,
Prince Rupert.
R R Peebler,
Carcross, Y. T.
(Mail Address: Atlin,
2 cs. frzn. fish
"REFRIGERATION"
Capitol Theatre,
Whitehorse, T. f.
2 cans film
George Wing,
Whitehorse, Y. T.
1 Ford "Fordor" auto
BC)
175    151ft
Refpigerat;
H/C
Wfg
Beybnd
20
3070
3265
Min
H/C
174
H/C
Wfg
2.65
1.33
.25
.25
1.13
.25
.25
53.41
2.08
2.40
64.00
4.48
6.00
10.48
10.48
105.       CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.       105.
DESTINATION AGENT WILL
STAMP  HEREIN STATION
NAME AND DATE
REPORTED 105.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
B.  C.  COAST  SERVICE  FREIGHT WAYBILL
105.
COPY
1
£*k     AMOUNT
«•,	
0."
$	
STEAMER
Cassiar
LOADING   NO.
DATE
April 4th,
1953.
WAYBILL  NO.
u.77	
18 5
TO                                                             STATION                                             PROVINCE OR  STATE#
FROM
STATION                 PROVINCE OR STATE
NUMBER
PRO.   NO.
Skagway,                                                          Alaska
^   9982       ^Prince Rupert, BC
FULL  NAME   OF SHIPPER, AND,  FOR C.O.D.
SHIPMENTS,   THE STREET ADDRESS.     ORIGIN AND DATE, ORIGINAL CAR, TRANSFER
CONSIGNEE,      ADDRESS,       FINAL
DESTINATION,      ADDITIONAL
ROUTING,   DESCRIPTION   OF   AR
FEET
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
FREIGHT    BILL,    AND    PREVIOUS    WAYBILL
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REB1LLED.
TICLES  AND   MARKS.
Bacon Fisheries,
Burns & Co. Ltd.,
Prince Rupert.
Whitehorse, Y. T.
8 bxs frzn fish
6 ctns do      do
3 straps (13 ctns) fr
1 can frzn fish
zn fish
"
18
1600
15l£
24.24
I
"REFRIGERATION"
Refrig
Wfg
H/C
12.12
.48
1.23
B. C. Packers, Ltd.,
Tourists Svces Ltd.,
Prince Rupert.
Whitehorse, Y. T.
3 bxs frzn fish
1 strap 2 bxs frzn fis
1    do      3 bxs    do      do
h
"'
5
890
151|
13.48
"REFRIGERATION"
Refr
Lg.
Whf
H/C
6.74
.28
.69
Bacon Fisheries,
Burns & Co. Ltd.,
Prihce Rupert.
Whitehorse, Y. T.
5 etns frzn fish
1 box      do      do
6
300
151*
4.55
"REFRIGERATION"
Refr
ig.
Wfg
H/C
2.28
.25
.25
2790
66.59
DESTINATION AGENT WILL
STAMP HEREIN STATION
NAME AND  DATE
yss™\
105.       CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.       105.
awfs
§8hr 105.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.    105.
B.  C.  COAST SERVICE  FREIGHT  WAYBILL
C 0 f Y
ffc     AMOUNT
W.$	
0."
$	
STEAMER
LOADING   NO.
DATE
Cassiar
D.7"	
April 5th,  1953
WAYBILL  NO.
19 4
PROVINCE  OR  STATE
Skagway,
Alaska
PROVINCE  OR  STATE
(      9982    ) Prince Rupert, BC
FULL NAME OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
SHIPMENTS, THE STREET ADDRESS. ORIGIN AND DATE, ORIGINAL CAR, TRANSFER
FREIGHT BILL, AND PREVIOUS WAYBILL
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
CONSIGNEE, ADDRESS, FINAL
DESTINATION, ADDITIONAL
ROUTING, DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES  AND   MARKS.
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
Burns & Co. Ltd•,
Prince Rupert.
Burns & Co. Ltd.,
Prince Rupert.
Northern Commercial
Whitehorse, Y. T.
35 etas margarine
73 ctns end. meats
Co
108
Officer I/C Supplies,
RCASC, Supply Depot,
Whitehorse, Y. T.
60 bxs. butter
♦ f
840
1825
3360
6025
131
101
Wfg
H/C
131
Wfg
H/C
11.00
18.43
.80
2.05
44.02
1.01
2.59
79.90
105.       CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.       105.
DESTINATION AGENT WILL
STAMP  HEREIN STATION
NAME AND DATE
REPORTED 4-49
105.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.    105.
B.   C.   COAST  SERVICE   FREIGHT  WAYBILL
COP'Y
|»|     AMOUNT
L,	
0.™
$	
STEAMER
LOADING   NO.
DATE
Cassiar
d.:*l	
April 6th,  1953.
WAYBILL   NO.
19 5
PROVINCE  OR.STATE
Skagway,
Alaska
PROVINCE  OR  STATE
(   ..9982     )frime Rupert, BC
FULL NAME OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
SHIPMENTS, THE STREET ADDRESS. ORIGIN AND DATE, ORIGINAL CAR, TRANSFER
FREIGHT BILL, AND PREVIOUS WAYBILL
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
CONSIGNEE, ADDRESS, FINAL
DESTINATION, ADDITIONAL
ROUTING, DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES  AND   MARKS.
ADVANCES
Capitol Theatre,
Prince Rupert.
Capitol Theatre,
Whitehorse, Y. T«
2 cans film
20
Min
H/C
Wfg
1.13
.25
.25
20
1.63
105.
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.
105.
DESTINATION AGENT WILL
STAMP  HEREIN STATION
NAME AND DATE
REPORTED FORM   102 AC, in
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE  OR  CLAIM l~7/54^
Brinee Rupert, B. C. Feb. 17th. 1954.
Mr. J. S. Bruumond,
TraTelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B. C.
With reference to your letter Feb. 15th.
I attach herewith copies of my waybills 36 & 186 as
requested. You will note waybill 186 shows the steamer as the "Borah",
which was in error. This should have read "Cassiar*.
Yours truly,
Ageat 105.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
B.  C.  COAST SERVICE  FREIGHT  WAYBILL
105.
STEAMER
Yukon Princess
LOADING   NO.
C.
d
$—
FEE
$	
TOTAL
PROVINCE  OR  STATE
Juneau
Alaska
January 24th. 1953
WAYBILL   NO.
36
PROVINCE  OR  STATE
NUMBER
(   9982      )prinee Rupert, B.C.
FULL NAME OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
SHIPMENTS, THE STREET ADDRESS. ORIGIN AND DATE, ORIGINAL CAR, TRANSFER
FREIGHT BILL, AND PREVIOUS WAYBILL
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
CONSIGNEE, ADDRESS, FINAL
DESTINATION, ADDITIONAL
ROUTING, DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES  AND   MARKS.
WEIGHT   ,
ADVANCES
PREPAID
Govt. Liquor Store,
Prince Rupert, B. G<
do
do
G. Bosel
Tulsequah, B. C,
1 ctn liquor
Claude Robinson
Tulsequah, B. C.
1 cs. liquor
40
40
80
min
S/C
Wfg
Ml
min
S/C
wfg
Ml
1.50
.23
xM .23
TSS #20
1.50
.23
¥SS *2$
4*36
2*18
2*18
4#36
105.
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.       105.
DESTINATION  AGENT WILL
STAMP HEREIN STATION
NAME AND DATE
REPORTED 4-49
105.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.    105.
B.   C.   COAST  SERVICE  FREIGHT  WAYBILL
STEAMER
Yukon Princess
LOADING   NO.
C.
si:
$	
TOTAL
January 24th. 1953
WAYBILL  NO.
36
PROVINCE OR  STATE
Juneau
Alaska
PROVINCE  OR  STATE
(   9982     )prinee Bupwt, B.C.
FULL NAME OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
SHIPMENTS, THE STREET ADDRESS. ORIGIN AND DATE, ORIGINAL CAR, TRANSFER
FREIGHT BILL, AND PREVIOUS WAYBILL
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
Govt. Liquor Store,
Prince Rupert, B. 0.
do
do
CONSIGNEE, ADDRESS, FINAL
DESTINATION, ADDITIONAL
ROUTING, DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES  AND   MARKS.
G. Bosal
Tulsequah, B. G<
1 atn liquor
Claude Robinson
Tulsequ&h, B. 0.
Il8< liquor
40
40
80
Hdl
min
S/C
wfg
Ml
FREIGHT
1.50
.23
3SS  .20
1.50
•S3
xtft .23
.20
4.39
ADVANCES
2.18
2.18
4*36
105.
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.       105.
DESTINATION AGENT WILL
STAMP  HEREIN STATION
NAME AND  DATE
REPORTED
©<©IP>Y 105.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.    105.
B.   C.   COAST  SERVICE  FREIGHT  WAYBILL
STEAMER
Korah
LOADING   NO.
C.
0.
D.
$	
TOTAL
April 4th. 1953
WAYBILL   NO.
186
PROVINCE  OR  STATE
Juneau
Alaska
PROVINCE  OR  STATE
(   9982      )Prince Rupert. B. C.
FULL NAME OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
SHIPMENTS, THE STREET ADDRESS. ORIGIN AND DATE, ORIGINAL CAR, TRANSFER
FREIGHT BILL, AND PREVIOUS WAYBILL
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
CONSIGNEE, ADDRESS, FINAL
DESTINATION, ADDITIONAL
ROUTING, DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES  AND   MARKS.
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
Govt* Liquor Store
Prince Rupert, B.C.
do
do
do   do
do   do
J. 0. Sullivan
Tulsequah, B.C.
1 otn liquor
Thos fi. Morrison
Tulsequah, B. C.
1 etn. liquor
Ita© Max
Tulsequah, B. C,
2 etns* liquor
W. R. Harris
Tulsequah| B. C<
1 etn liquor
20
10
70
20
120
min
8*0
wfg
Ml
min
S/C
Wfg
Ml
min
S/C
wfg
Ml
1.50
.23
.25
.25
1*50
.23
.25
*25
1.50
*23
*25
.25
min
1.50
S/&
.23
wfg
•25
Hdl
.25
8.92
2.23
2.23
2.23
2.23
3.92
105.       CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.       105.
DESTINATION  AGENT WILL
STAMP  HEREIN STATION
NAME AND  DATE
REPORTED 105.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.    105.
B.   C.   COAST  SERVICE   FREIGHT  WAYBILL
STEAMER
Borah
LOADING   NO.
C
n.
$	
FEE
$	
TOTAL
DATE
April 4th. 1953
PROVINCE  OR  STATE
Juneau
Alaska
FROM
NUMBER
PROVINCE OR  STATE
(   §982      >rince Blip art. B. 0.
FULL NAME OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
SHIPMENTS, THE STREET ADDRESS. ORIGIN AND DATE, ORIGINAL CAR, TRANSFER
FREIGHT BILL, AND PREVIOUS WAYBILL
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
CONSIGNEE, ADDRESS, FINAL
DESTINATION, ADDITIONAL
ROUTING, DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES  AND   MARKS.
WEIGHT
RATE
£0
lflf»
s-c
wfg
Ml
10
S/S
Wfg
Ml
70
min
s/e
wfg
20
aim
S/C
wfg
mi
120
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
Govt. Liquor Stor§
Primes Mpert, S.G.
do
do
do
do
J. G. Sullivan
Tulsequah, 8*01
1 otn liquor
Thos R. Morrison
Tulsequah, B. G.
1 otn. liquor
Max
sequah, B. G
2 etns. liquor
f. R. Harris
Tulsequah, B. 0,
1 ®tm liquor
1.50
.23
.85
2.23
1.50
.23
.25
*2S
1.50
.83
.m
.25
!•»#
2.23
1.50
.23
.25
.25
8.92
2.23
8.92
105.       CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.       105.
DESTINATION AGENT WILL
STAMP HEREIN STATION
NAME AND DATE
REPORTED
©©BPY FORM  I02A  Q.M°
1
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Mr.   J,   :3.   Hoi
Thi
iggf 12,   with
that  I also FORM
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
Prince Rupert, B. 0.   February 12th, 1954.
FILE OR  CLAIM
1-7/54
Mr. J. S. Drummond,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B. G.
With reference to your letter of the 9th instant*
I attach herewith copies of all inward expense bills
and outward waybills (etcept to Skagway) covering traffic carried
by the Cassiar" and "Yukon Princess* from September, 1952 to June,
1953, as requested.
JAM/
J. J). Notiaan, o
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B.c.c.6:-461-12                                                                                                                PREPAID FREIGHT BILL
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For Charges billed Prepaid as noted below,                                                                                                                  ^
FROM                                                                                           TO                                                                                                                                                     f    ^   C 1
9883    Skagway, Alaska.           9882    Prince Rupert, B. C.                  iN PRa       W~u^
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R G Benson, Whitehorse, IT    WB 261 Pro 4352
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CONSIGNEE and ADDRESS
O
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R G Benson, c/o Forestry Serwice, Prf Rupert, B. C.
O
No. of Pkgs.
ARTICLES     AND      MARKS
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
COLLECT
l
s/oase
o
2
dunnage bags
O
1 b
ox radio
625
196£
%2.2B
7
bxs pers  effects
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H/C
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12.73
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RbJeived Payment for the Company                                           625                           13*28
Makl@Tf>$S Payable* 55
to Order of
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All freight transported by this Company is subject to its published terms and regulations.   All claims for overcharge must be
sent to the Auditor of Freight Receipts, Montreal, accompanied by freight bill.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO:
Mail to Wharf Freight Agent
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BCCS46112                                                                                                                PREPAID FREIGHT BILL
O
COPY                                                             B.   C.   COAST   SERVICE
BCP. 2
To    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY Dr.   (33-3- >T
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For Charges billed Prepaid as noted below,
FROM                                                                                              TO                                                                                                                                                                      /       *.
9983    Skagway, Alaska        9982    Prince Rupert, BC                              ,N PR0-      LfQt&O
S.S. PRINCESS                                                                                                                             DATE                                                        W/B NO.
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Cassiar                                                             Oct.  27'52                                  1595
SHIPPER and CARTAGE CO.
HCiP Whitehorse, YT    WB 204,  Pro 4335
O
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CONSIGNEE and ADDRESS
O
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P B McGinley, ROMP,  Edmonton, Alta.
O
No. of Pkgs.
ARTICLES     AND ,   MARKS
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
COLLECT
2
trunks pers effects
l
suit-case do      do
o
l
4
dunnage bag        do
"RELEASED"
355S
131
Wfg
4.65
.32
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.25
12.02
17.24
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RecAved Payment for the Company                                               355                            5.22     1<
j   Qg    Make Cheques Pa^l9e#2A
to Order of
Date
All freiQ
19           $                                 /■
ht transported by this Company is subject to its published terms anc
sent to the Auditor of Freight Receipts, Montreal, ac
Vgent
regulations.   All (
companied by freig
claims for ov
ht bill.
archarge must
36
CANAD
Ma
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il to Wharf Fre
RAILWAY CO.   ,
ight Agent            a
f B.C.C.S. 461-12
COPY
FREIGHT WAYBILL
B.   C.   COAST  SERVICE 5^-
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
9982 Prince Rupert, BC
DATE
Nov. 22/52
FROM
9984    Juneau, Alaska
S. S. PRINCESS
Cassiar
SHIPPER and CARTAGE CO.
Mrs Arnold H Swanson, Juneau, Aaa
CONSIGNEE and ADDRESS
Mrs. Arnold H Swanson, Prince Rupert, B. C.
IN PRO.
W/B NO.
127
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13^33
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No. of Pkgs.
ARTICLES     AND     MARKS
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
COLLECT
wooden box pers.  effects      8'
RELEASED
100
36|rft
s/c
Whf
H/C
2.(12
.44
.36
.35
.90
4.97
DOLLIE No..
4.07      ~~*~9Q     ~4797
100
B.C.C.S. 461-12
FREIGHT WAYBILL
B.   C.   COAST  SERVICE                                                          ^^
COPY                 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY   x?^^       1
9983    Skagway, Alaska        9982™    Prince Supert, BC                          ,N pro.     IfH^I
S. S. PRINCESS                                                                                                                        DATE                                                      W/B NO.
Cassiar                                                                Nov. 22/52                       1694
SHIPPER and CARTAGE CO.
A Savard, Whitehorse, "XT WB 150 Pro 4659
CONSIGNEE and ADDRESS                                                                                                                     ^.         .                  m*:**.                   rw*
Mrs A Savard,;Pr. Rupert, for furtheaance to Main Camp, Kitimat, BC
No. of Pkgs.
ARTICLES     AND     MARKS
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
COLLECT
l
trunk pars,  effects
/
DOLLIE No.
85
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Wfg
H/C
1.13
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1.62
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B.   C.   COAST   SERVICE *     { %
COPY to the  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY Dr ^T        y
For Transporting the undermentioned freight /   C 0
9982    Prince Rupert, BC
DATE
Feb.  16/53
FROM
9983    Skagway, Aaa
S. S. PRINCESS
Cassiar
SHIPPER and CARTAGE CO.
Henry Savard, Whitehorse, IT Wb 165 Pro 485
CONSIGNEE and ADDRESS
Mrs, A Savard, Kitimat, BC (Box 347) via pr Rupert, BC
W/B NO.
22?
No. of Pkgs.
ARTICLES     AND     MARKS
pr. ski piles & harness
DOLLIE Mo..
WEIGHT
15
RATE
Mia
H/C
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1.12
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.25
ADVANCES
1
Date_
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15
1.62
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PREPAID
1.62
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F9983    Skagway, Alaska      998^° Prince Rupert, BC iN pro.
S.S. PRINCESS DATE W/B NO.
Cassiar **. 1^/53 241
SHIPPER and CARTAGE CO.
Glen Chow, Whitehorse, IT    HB 87 Pro 507
CONSIGNEE and ADDRESS
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ARTICLES     AND      MARKS
bx radio
etn record player
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WEIGHT
105
RATE
131
Wfg
H/C
FREIGHT
1.38
.25
.25
ADVANCES
PREPAID
1.88
COLLECT Q
Received Payment, VQ§
1.88
Date_
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The following described property in apparent good order ^ ~\
io
9983 Skagway, Alaska
S. S. PRINCESS
Cassiar
9982    Prince Bupert, BC
DATE
Feb.  16/53
IN PRO.
W/B NO.
264
2
SHIPPER and CARTAGE CO.         _     A  „^
Govt. Tel & Tel Svce., Whitehosse, YT Wb 205 Pro 559
CONSIGNEE and ADDRESS
J S Low, Lineman, Tel & Tel Svce., Port Clements, BC, via Prince Rupert, BC
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
ARTICLES     AND     MARKS
2 long handled dig spoons
2 do do    shovels
3 lines axes
2 bdls axes extra heads
ft 5 ft* crosscut saw & hdls,
2 diggings bars
box lineman tools
bdl axe handles
box lineman tools,   equip,
etn        do    equipment
Johnson motor  (crtd)
bxs cooking utensils
box dishes
r#L,Ed
-a°-
msrst.
do water bucket
Receiver's
SW»MITO-ON PAGE #2
WEIGHT
270
Del'd by
Teamster_
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RATE
101
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2.73
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ADVANCES
PREPAID
COLLECT
Date_
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COPY . B.   C.   COAST   SERVICE —
Received from CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
The following described property in apparent good order
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SHIPPER and CARTAGE CO.
R Koch, Mayo , YT  WB M 11 Pro 613
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DATE
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S.S. PRINCESS
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SHIPPER and CARTAGE CO.
Glen Chow, Whitehorse, YT IB 321 Pro 734
CONSIGNEE and ADDRESS
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LOADING   NO.
DATE
Novemb er 20th, 19 52 .
WAYBILL  NO.
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FROM
STATION                 PROVINCE OR STATE
Juneau,                                                                        Aaa
NUMBER
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M Anderson,
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Prince Ruperts
Tulsequah*
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40
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7
2.18
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Tulsequah*
2 ctns liquor
80
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1.50
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.20
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7
2.18
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C M & S, Tulsequah*
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40
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1.50
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.20
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2.18
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B. C. COAST SERVICE FREIGHT WAYBILL
FORM   485
STEAMER
Yukon Princess
LOADING No.
DATE
November 30th,  1952.
WAYBILL No.
8   4    6
TO                                        STATION
PROVINCE OR STATE
From
NUMBER
STATION                  PROVINCE   OR    STATE
Juneau,
Alaska
(   9982  )
Prince Rupert, BC
FULL  NAME OF SHIPPER,  ORIGIN  AND
DATE,       ORIGINAL       CAR,       TRANSFER
FREIGHT         BILL,         AND         PREVIOUS
WAYBILL    REFERENCE    AND     ROUTING
WHEN   REB1LLED.
CONSIGNEE,         ADDRESS,         FINAL
DESTINATION,       ADDITIONAL       ROUTING
DESCRIPTION   OF   ARTICLES   AND   MARKS
FEET
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
Govt Liquor Store,
Prince Rupert.
Peter Brown,
Tulsequah*
do          do          do
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R ©ari,
Tulsequah*
40
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S/C
H/C
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.20
.25    f
2.18
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W D Delloch,
Tulsequah*
65
Min
S/C
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.20           m
.25 '
$73
2.18
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2 ctns beer
4
R Forrester,
Tulsequah*
3
115
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.20
.25 '
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Tulsequah.
40
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.25  y
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2.18
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D Gold,
Tulsequah.
70
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S/C
H/C
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1.80
•23
.20
.25   y
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2.18
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20
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S Hoffman,
Tulsequah.
75
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Tulsequah*
40
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M J Kludash,
Tulsequah.
30
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S/C
H/C
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1,50
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.20
.25 /
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2.18
do          do           do
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Tulsequah.
40
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S/C
H/C
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1.50
.23
.20    y
.25
/
2.18
do          do           do
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Tulsequah•
35
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.20
.25 /
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2.18
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105. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
B. C. COAST SERVICE FREIGHT WAYBILL
105.
FORM   486
STEAMER
LOADING   NO.
DATE
WAYBILL  No.
Yukon Princess
November 30th, 1952.
8 4 7
TO                                         STATION
PROVINCE OR STATE
FROM
STATION                      PROVINCE  OR  STATE
NUMBER
Juneau,
Alaska
(
9982 )
Prince Rupert, BC
FULL  NAME  OF   SHIPPER,   ORIGIN AND
DATE,       ORIGINAL     CAR,         TRANSFER
CONSIGNEE,           ADDRESS.          FINAL
FREIGHT         BILL,         AND         PREVIOUS
DESTINATION,       ADDITIONAL       ROUTING
FEET
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
WAYBILL    REFERENCE    AND    ROUTING
DESCRIPTION   OF   ARTICLES   AND   MARKS
WHEN    REBILLED.
Govt Liquor Store,
Uno Max,
Prince Rupert.
Tulsequah.
1 es. liquor
45
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
•23
,20
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2.18
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W LeMesurier,
Tulsequah, BC
1 etn liquor
10
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
.23
.20
.25 y
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2.18
do           do         do
G H Perkins,
Tulsequah Staff Club,
•Tulsequah.
1 etn liquor
20
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.80
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• 20
.25 ^
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2.18
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John H Set so,
Tulsequah.
1 etn liquor
40
Min
S/C
H/C
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1.50
.23
.20
.25 Y
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2.18
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Tulsequah.
2 ctns liquor
70
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S/C
H/C
1.50
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.20
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2.18
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Mrs H Stanley,
Tulsequah.
1 etn liquor
30
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1.50
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2.18
do           do         do
Fred Wagner,
Tulsequah.
1 etn liquor
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3
40
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S/C
H/C
1.00
.23
.20
.25 t
/
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2.18
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L Webster,
C M & S, Tulsequah.
1 etn liquor
45
Mia
S/C
H/C
1.50
.23
.20
/
Wfg
.25 '
19.62
2.18
325
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DESTINATION    AGENT    WILL
STAMP    HEREIN    STATION
NAME    AND    DATE
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105.      CANADIAN  PACIFIC   RAILWAY  (
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B. C. COAST SERVICE FREIGHT WAYBILL
105.
STEAMER
LOADING   No.
DATE
WAYBILL  No.
Cassiar
Dee ember 14th,
1952.
8 8 2
TO                                      STATION
PROVINCE OR STATE
FROM
NUMBER
STATION                    PROVINCE OR STATE
Juneau,
Alaska
(   9982   )
Prince Rupert, BC
FULL NAME OF  SHIPPER,  ORIGIN AND
DATE,      ORIGINAL     CAR,        TRANSFER
CONSIGNEE,           ADDRESS.          FINAL
FREIGHT        BILL,        AND        PREVIOUS
DESTINATION,       ADDITIONAL       ROUTING
FEET
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
WAYBILL    REFERENCE    AND    ROUTING
DESCRIPTION   OF  ARTICLES   AND   MARKS
WHEN    REBILLED.
Govt Liquor Store,
C D Bloomfield,
Prince Rupert.
Tulsequah, B. C.
3 ctns liquor
3
100
68
S/C
2.04
•31
H/C
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.20
,25    ^
*
2.80
do         do            do
W D Chandler,
Tulsequah, B. C.
2 ctns liquor
2
60
Min
S/C
H/C
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1.50
.23
.20
.25    i
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2.18
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Roland Forrester,
Tulsequah, BC
•
1 etn liquor
40
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s/c
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1.50
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P Mysak,
Tulsequah, BC
1 etn liquor
40
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s/c
H/C
Wfg
1.50
•23
.20
.25 '
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2.18
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Hank Bowey,
C M & S, Tulsequah, £
C
1 etn liquor
15
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S/C
H/C
1.50
.23
.20     y
.25 '
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2,18
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Karl H Knoch,
Tulsequah, BC
1 etn liquor
30
Min
S/C
H/C
1.50
•23
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81
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2.18
do         do          do
J Burke,
Tulsequah, BC
2 ctnsi liquor
2
70
808
1.36
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2
80
42
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4
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2.98
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E R Christian,
c/o F Lipsack, Tulsec
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2 acta cs. liquor
2
90
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S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
.23
.20     .
.25
1
2.18
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W B Harris,
Tulsequah, BC
1 cs liquor
1 etn    do
2
2
80
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S/C
H/C
1.50
.23
.20 /
/
MR
Wfg
.25
2.18
1
605
21.04
21.04
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DESTINATION    AGENT   WILL
STAMP    HEREIN    STATION
NAME   AND   DATE
REPORTED
TOS.      CANADIAN  P
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STEAMER
LOADING   NO.
DATE
WAYBILL   NO.
B.7	
Yukan Princess
December 29th, 1952.
•
8 15
TO                                                             STATION                                             PROVINCE  OR  STATE
FROM
STATION                 PROVINCE OR  STATE
Juneau,
Alaska
NUMBER
(      9982    ) PrU
iee Rupert, BC
PRO.   NO.
FULL  NAME   OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
SHIPMENTS,   THE STREET  ADDRESS.     ORIGIN AND DATE, ORIGINAL CAR,  TRANSFER
FREIGHT   BILL,    AND    PREVIOUS   WAYBILL
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
CONSIGNEE,       ADDRESS,       FINAL
DESTINATION,      ADDITIONAL
ROUTING,   DESCRIPTION   OF   ARTICLES  AND   MARKS.
FEET
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
Govt Liquor Store,
Joe Kita,
Prince Rupert•
Tulsequah, BC
1 etn liquor
40
Wfg
H/C
Min
S/C
.25-<"
.20
1.50
.23
2.18
do            do          do
Miss N Baron,
Tulsequah, BC
1 etn liquor
10
Wfg
H/C
Min
S/C
.25^
.20
1.50
.23
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2.18
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B J Davidson,
C M & S, Tulsequah, BC
1 etn liquor
I
40
fffg
H/C
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S/C
.25 '*
.28
1.50
.23
2.18
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J A Phillips,
Tulsequah, BC
1 etn liquor
20
Wfg
H/C
Min
S/C
.25
.20
1.50
.23
2.18
do            do          do
G H Perkins,
Secty, Staff Club,
Tulsequah, BC
1 etn liquor
30
Wfg
H/C
Min
.25
•20
1.50
?
S/C
.23
2.18
140
10.90
10.90
DESTINATION AGENT WILL
STAMP  HEREIN  STATION
NAME AND DATE
REPORTED
105.       CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
f
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Cassiar
LOADING   NO.
DATE
January 10th, 1953.
WAYBILL  NO.
|D~	
1 3
TO                                                               STATION                                              PROVINCE  OR   STATE
FROM
STATION                  PROVINCE OR STATE
Juneau,                                                           Alaska
NUMBER
(     9982     ) Pri
nee Rupert, BC
PRO.   NO.
FULL  NAME   OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
CONSIGNEE,       ADDRESS,       FINAL
SHIPMENTS,   THE  STREET  ADDRESS.     ORI
DESTINATION,       ADDITIONAL
GIN AND  DATE,  ORIGINAL CAR,  TRANSFER
ROUTING,   DESCRIPTION   OF   AR
FEET
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
FREIGHT   BILL,    AND    PREVIOUS    WAYBILL
TICLES  AND   MARKS.
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
quality Store,
A indragoli,
Prince Rupert.
Tulsequah.
1 etn groceries
30
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
.23
.20     ,
.25 •
2.18
Govt Liquor Store,
D B Smith,
Prince Rupert.
Tulsequah*
1 etn liquor
35
Min
S/C
H/C
1.50
.23
.20
.25 -'
Wfg
2.18
do          do          do
R Forrester, It D«,
Tulsequah.
,1 etn liquor
35
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
.23
.20
.25 <
2.18
100
6.54
0
6.54
DESTINATION AGENT WILL
STAMP  HEREIN  STATION
NAME AND DATE
REPORTED
105.       CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
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105.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.    105.
B.  C.  COAST SERVICE  FREIGHT  WAYBILL
COPY
STEAMER
Yukon Princess
LOADING   NO.
C.
0.
D
$	
FEE
$	
TOTAL
DATE
January 24th,  1953.
WAYBILL   NO.
3 5
TO
STATION
PROVINCE  OR   STATE
Juneau,
Alaska
FROM
NUMBER
STATION
PROVINCE  OR  STATE
(      9982    )Prince Rupert, BC
FULL NAME OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
SHIPMENTS, THE STREET ADDRESS. ORIGIN AND DATE, ORIGINAL CAR. TRANSFER
FREIGHT BILL, AND PREVIOUS WAYBILL
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
CONSIGNEE, ADDRESS, FINAL
DESTINATION, ADDITIONAL
ROUTING, DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES  AND   MARKS.
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
Govt Liquor Store,
Prince Rupert.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Mrs J Lund in,
Tulsequah.
1 etn liquor
H M Stanley,
Tulsequah.
1  etn li queer
TFim Kuchta,
Tulsequah.
1 otn liquor
W LeMesurier,
Tulsequah.
1 etn liquor
G H Perkins,
Tulsequah.
1 etn liquor
40
40
40
20
20
160
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
.23
..20
1.50
.23
.20
.25
2.18
m*
Min
1.50
S/C
.23
H/C
.20
Wfg
.25
1.50
.23
.20
.26
1.50
.23
.20
.25
10.90
2.18
2.18
2.18
2.18
10.90
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105.       CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.       105.
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DESTINATION AGENT WILL
STAMP  HEREIN STATION
NAME AND DATE
REPORTED PRINTED IN. CANADA
105.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
105.
FORM    48S
c o a y
B. C. COAST SERVICE FREIGHT WAYBILL
STEAMER
LOADING No.
DATE
WAYBILL NO.
Cassiar
February 9thi£ 1953.
7 2
TO                                         8TATION
PROVINCE OR STATE
From
NUMBER
STATION                 PROVINCE
OR    STATE
Juneau,
Alaska
(    9982 )
Prince Rupert, BC
FULL  NAME OP SHIPPER,  ORIGIN  AND
DATE,       ORIGINAL       CAR,       TRANSFER
CONSIGNEE,         ADDRESS,         FINAL
FREIGHT         BILL,         AND         PREVIOUS
DESTINATION,      ADDITIONAL       ROUTING
FEET
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
WAYBILL    REFERENCE    AND     ROUTING
DESCRIPTION   OF   ARTICLES   AND   MARKS
WHEN   REBILLED.
Govt Liquor Store,
Mrs Vilma Pratt,
Prince Rupert.
Tulsequah.
1 etn liquor
25
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
.23
•25
. 25^
^y
2.23
do         do         do
Alberti Vincenzo,
C M & S Tulsequah.
1 etn liquor
£5
Min
S/C
1.50
.23
H/C
Wfg
.25
.25 |
§i
2.23
do          do          do
D 8 Smith,
Tulsequah.
1 etn liquor
35
Min
S/C
1.50
.23
H/C
Wfg
•25
.25 y
y
2.23
do         do         do
Dave Gold,
Tulsequah.
1 etn liquor
20
Min
S/C
1.50
•23
H/C
Wfg
.25
.25 •
3
2.23
do         do         do
R G Barker,
Tulsequah.
1 es. liquor
45
Min
S/C
H/C
1.50
.23
.25
|
Wfg
.25 /
2.23
do          do         do
J A Phillips,
Tulsequah.
1 etn liquor
35
Min
S/C
H/C
1,50
•23
.25
Wfg
.25 /
1
2.23
d®         do         do
T R Knowles,
Tulsequah.
1 cs. liquor
Jtai5L*JJiEREdo
l g
2
95
Min
 1.50—
S/C
•23
H/C
.25
/
Wfg
.25 £
2.23
do        do           do
Alex H Clark,
Tulsequah*
1 etn liquor
35
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
.23
.25
. 25  \
/
2.23
do       do           do
H M Giegerich,
Tulsequah•
1 etn liquor
35
Min
S/C
1.50
.23
H/C
Wfg
.25
.25   /
|
2.23
do       do           do
Ted Penner,
Tjrlsequah.
1 etn liquor
35
Min
S/C
1.50
.23
H/C
Wfg
.2
.2
5
5-"
0
/
2.23
385
2S.3
22.30
3^y
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105.      CANADIAN PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
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DESTINATION    AGI
STAMP   HEREIN
NAME   AND   I
REPORTE
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STATION
JATE
3 4-49
105.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.    105.
B.   C.   COAST  SERVICE   FREIGHT  WAYBILL
\
g*£    AMOUNT
"-,	
COPY
0.""
$	
STEAMER
Cassiar
LOADING   NO.
DATE
March 9th
,  1953.
WAYBILL  NO.
d.:~	
12 3
TO                                                             STATION                                             PROVINCE OR  STATE
FROM
STATION                  PROVINCE OR  STATE
Juneau,
Alaska
NUMBER
(      9982
).Pri
me Rupert, BC
PRO.  NO.
FULL   NAME   OF SHIPPER, AND,  FOR C.O.D.
SHIPMENTS,   THE STREET  ADDRESS.     ORIGIN AND  DATE, ORIGINAL CAR,  TRANSFER
FREIGHT   BILL,    AND    PREVIOUS   WAYBILL
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
CONSIGNEE,       ADDRESS,       FINAL
DESTINATION,      ADDITIONAL
ROUTING,   DESCRIPTION   OF   ARTICLES   AND   MARKS.
FEET
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
L J Griffiths,
%
L IB Griffiths,
Prince Rupert.
Tulsequah.
1 bdl mattress
5
50
350
1.75
S/C
H/C
Wfg
.26
.25
.25
Govt Liquor Store,
H H Hajmond,
Prince Huperto
Tulsequah*
1 etn liquor
40
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
.23
.25
.25
2.23
do          do          do
G H Perkins,
Tulsequah*
1 etn liquor
30
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
.23
.25
.25
2.23
do          do          do
J C Sullivan,
C M & S Co*, Tulseuqha
1 etn liquor
•
10
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
.23
.25
.25
2.23
do         do          do
Uno Max,
o/o ?at Harrison Co*,
Tulsequah*
1 etn liquor
40
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
.23
.25
.25
11.43
2.23
170
11.43
105.       CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.
105.
DESTINATION AGENT WILL
STAMP  HEREIN STATION
NAME AND  DATE
REPORTED
JNSENTFS
6©1PY 4-49
105.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.    105.
B.   C.   COAST  SERVICE  FREIGHT  WAYBILL
C J? Y
STEAMER
Cassiar
LOADING   NO.
C.
\
D.
$	
FEE
$	
TOTAL
DATE
March 9th,  1953*
WAYBILL   NO.
12 4
m
Juneau,
PROVINCE  OR  STATE
Alaska
PROVINCE  OR  STATE
NUMBER
9982
PrinceRupert, BC
FULL NAME OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
SHIPMENTS, THE STREET ADDRESS. ORIGIN AND DATE, ORIGINAL CAR, TRANSFER
FREIGHT BILL, AND PREVIOUS WAYBILL
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
CONSIGNEE, ADDRESS, FINAL
DESTINATION, ADDITIONAL
ROUTING, DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES  AND   MARKS.
WEIGHT
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
Govt Liquor Store,
Prince Rupert*
ds  ds
R £ Mc^eam,
C M & 3 Tulsequah.
1 otn liquor
40
40
Ein
S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
•23
.25
.25 4
2*23
2.23
t
2.23
105.       CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.       105.
DESTINATION AGENT WILL
STAMP  HEREIN STATION
NAME AND  DATE
REPORTED 4-49
105.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.    105.
B.   C.   COAST  SERVICE   FREIGHT  WAYBILL
A
COPT
g.     AMOUNT
"-,	
0."
$	
STEAMER
Yukon Princess
LOADING   NO.
DATE
March 24th
,  1953.
WAYBILL  NO.
DC	
16 7
TO                                                             STATION                                             PROVINCE OR  STATE
FROM
STATION                  PROVINCE OR  STATE
Juneau,                                                           Alaska
NUMBER
(      9982
)  Pr
nee Rupert, BC
PRO.   NO.
FULL  NAME   OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
CONSIGNEE,      ADDRESS,      FINAL
SHIPMENTS,   THE STREET ADDRESS.     ORI
DESTINATION,      ADDITIONAL
GIN AND DATE,  ORIGINAL CAR,  TRANSFER
ROUTING,   DESCRIPTION   OF   AR
FEET
WEIGHT
RATE
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
PREPAID
FREIGHT    BILL,    AND    PREVIOUS    WAYBILL
TICLES   AND   MARKS.
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
Govt Liquor Storey
G H Perkins,
PrineaB Rupert.
Tulsequah.
1 etn liquor
30
Min
S/C
1.50
.23
■*'
H/C
Wfg
.25
.25 .,-""
/
2.23
do          do          do
H Stanley,
Tulsequah.
'
1 wtn liquor
-
10
Min
3/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
.23
•25
a 3.0   .
2.23
do          do          do
D B Smith,
Tulsequah.
*
1 etn liquor
35
Min
S/C
H/C
Wfg
1.50
.23
.25
.25 ■ '
2.23
75
6.69
6.69
DESTINATION AGENT WILL
STAMP  HEREIN STATION
NAME AND  DATE
REPORTED
105.       CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPAf
>IY.       105.
RGENTS
@©PY 4-49
105.    CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.    105.
B.  C.  COAST  SERVICE  FREIGHT  WAYBILL
P Y
STEAMER
Cassiar
LOADING   NO.
G.
0
$	
FEE
$	
TOTAL
April 5th,  1953.
TO
PROVINCE OR  STATE
Juneau,
Alaska
PROVINCE OR  STATE
NUMBER
(     9982     )Prince Rupert, BC
FULL NAME OF SHIPPER, AND, FOR C.O.D.
SHIPMENTS, THE STREET ADDRESS. ORIGIN AND DATE, ORIGINAL CAR, TRANSFER
FREIGHT BILL, AND PREVIOUS WAYBILL
REFERENCE AND ROUTING WHEN REBILLED.
CONSIGNEE, ADDRESS, FINAL
DESTINATION, ADDITIONAL
ROUTING, DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES  AND   MARKS.
WEIGHT
ADVANCES
Floyd Cummings,
Prince Rupert.
Burns & Co. Ltd.,
Prince Rupert.
Floyd CufflBiings,
Juneau, Alaska.
1 Ford Auto
Wash Lie. #A-154~540
Pacific Caterers Ltd.
e/o C M & S, Tulsequah
x 6 sax beef
6 bxs frzn pork (refr
12 bxs siakd meats
box smkd sausage
ctns smkd fish
10 bxs butter
5 ctns cheese
2    do    lard
30 cs.
76
1
4
)
45
280.0
1280
1520
560
220
1650
8130
250
S/C
Wfg
H/C
238
Gyp
73
70
66f
49
S/C
Wfg
H/C
70.00
lft, SO
1.20 <
2.08
•
30.46
ii.se
3.92
1.46
22.05
10.35
1.75
4.49
169.36
5.50
y
5.50
85.58
85.58
105.
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.
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Mr* J.S. Drimaondv^
Mr* V.R* Duncan ,
Mr* F.G. Davies
Mr* G.C* Brooke
Messrs* Ellis and Bushton
Messrs* Croapton and Benson
July Jith, 1955*
Mr* F*A. Rutherford,
General Auditor,
Canadian Pacific Asrllvay Coag^ny,
Dear   Mr* Butherford,
$M    S*S* "XOEW l?aMJKB,, ©nd
S*S*  "OASSIAlf .
Further to our letter of to-day*b date, w@
'mve pleasure in enclosing two copies of tte schedule
showing €®tiaiat_^ results of operations up to jNtoy t?th,
1955*  In the case of the "liafeon Princess11, and up to
April 26*1., 1955 in the caa# of the "Cassiar*.
The atataaant shows an estiatated ba lance
rente in lag of $131&*J»3.
lours fery truly,
W.A*  Reid
Secretary*
/dhb
Ends* UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing tbe estimated amount owing by the
Canadian Pacific Railway To Union Steamships Limited
       as of June 30, 1955
Revenue
Expenses
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing or receivable
Voyage No.
73
7k
73
7^
S.S, Yukon Princess Voy. 73 and Jk
Ended May 27, 1955
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
26,900
35.700
1,03*
27,934
35,700
62,600
1,034
63,63^
18,000
18,000
3.000
3,000
21,000
21,000
36,000
6,000
U2,000
26,600
. ,966 L
21,63*.
26,600
10,817
15,783
.,966
10,817
15,783
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Lesss - Balance remaining of advance payments of $228,113*58 received to
June 22, 1955 to Yukon Princess Voyage 72 and Cassiar Voy_ 73 (Schedule l)
Estimated balance remaining of advance payments as above
Balance owing to Union Steamships Limited
$ 15,783.00
-17,097.^3
1,31^3
NIL
TM
June 30/55 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing by the
Canadian Pacific Railway To Union Steamships Limited
 as of June 30, 1955	
Revenue
Expenses
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owiag or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance <,,,:.., or receivable
Voyage No.
73
73
7^
S.So Yukon Princess Voy. 73 and Jh
Ended May 27, 1955
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
26,900
35,700
1,031+
27,934
35,700
62,600
1,034
63,634
18,000
18,000
3,000
3.000
21,000
21,000
36,000
6,000
42,000
26,600
. ,966 L
21,63.
26,(
10,817
15,783
.,966
10,817
15,783
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Less. - Balance remaining of advance payments of $228,113.58 received to
June 22, 1955 to Yukon Princess Voyage 72 and Cassiar Voy„ 73 (Schedule I)
Estimated balance remaining of advance payments as above
Balance owing to Union Steamships Limited
$ 15,783.00
-17,097.43
1,314.1+3
NIL
TM
June 30/55 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing by the
Canadian Pacific Railway To Union Steamships Limited
 as of June 30, 1955	
Revenue
Expenses
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing or receivable
Voyage No.
73
73
7^
S.So Yukon Princess Voy. 73 and Jk
Ended May 27, 1955
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
26,900
35,700
1,034
27,934
35,700
62,600
1,034
63,634
18,000
18,000
3,000
3,000
21,000
21,000
36,000
26,600
26,600
10,817
15,783
6,000
4,966
10,817
15,783
42,000
4,966 L   21,634
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Less. - Balance remaining of advance payments of $228,113-58 received to
June 22, 1955 to Yukon Princess Voyage 72 and Cassiar Voy. 73 (Schedule i)
Estimated balance remaining of advance payments as above
Balance owing to Union Steamships Limited
$ 15,783-00
-17,097.43
1,31^.43
HIL
TM
June 30/55 June 7» 1955
Mr. F. A. Uutherford,
General Auditor,
Canadian .Pacific Railway Coap&ny,
Montreal 3* P. ..
Mr. Butherfor.'.
ss 8.3. "YUKON
s.s. wc___g^Ag,
Further to our latter of todays date,
we have pleasure in enclosing tvo copies of the
schedule shoving estimated results of operations
up to May 13, 1955 in the case of the "Yukon
Princess*, and up to April 26, 1955 in the case
of the •Cassiar**.
She statement shows an estimated aaount
owing to Union Steamship.-- Limited of $.5,963.58.
Yours Jiery truly,
V. _. Beid
Secretary
/sh
c.Ca Mr. J. Se Drummond UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
SERVICE
Voy. No.
S.S. Yukon Princess Voy.
Ended May 13, 1955
Canadian   Union
Pacific  Steamships
Railway   Limited
71 -73
Combined
Totals
Voy. No. S.S. Cassiar Voy. 72 to 73
Ended April 26, 1955
Canadian   Union
Pacific   Steamships Combined
Railway   Limited   Totals
Combined Vessels
Canadian   Union
Pacific   Steamships
Railway   Limited
Combined
Totals
Bevenues
71
72
73
24,545    1,849
27,300       402
26,900   1,067
78,745       3,318
26,394
27,702
27,967
82,063
72
73
27,478
36,763
3,373    30,851
2,594    39,357
52,023
64,063
26,900
142,986
5,222
2,996
1,067
9,285
57,245
67,059
27,967
152,271
64,241
5,967    70,208
Expenses
71
72
73
16,500   2,500
16,500   2,500
16,500       2,500
49,500       7,500
19,000
19,000
19,000
57,000
72
73
3,000
3,000
18,000    21,000
18,000    21,000
19,500
19,500
16,500
55,500
20,500
20,500
2,500
43,500
40,000
40,000
19,000
99,000
6,000
36,000    42,000
Profit or Loss (L)
29,245     4,182 (L)
25,063
58,241
30,033 (L) 28,208
87,486
34,215 (L)
53,271
Amount owiag or receivable
Distribution of Profit
___ ,245     4,182
12,532    12,531
93 ,.341
14,104
30,033
14,104
87,436
26,636
3^,215
26,635
Balance owing or receivable
Amount estimated as owing to
Less.- Payment received May
16,713    16,713
by the Canadia
on Schedule I
44, W
44,137
60,85©
60,850
Union Steamships Limited
17, 1955 and not included
n Pacific Railway Limited as above
60,850.00
- 31,000.00
Adds- Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as per statement of
the S.S. Yukon Princess and to Voyage 71 of the S.S. Cassiar
Inter-Company balance to Voy. 70 df
29,850.00
/ 16,113.58
Balance estimated as
. owing to Union Steamships Limited as at
May 20,
1955
$ 45,963.58
TM
May 2./55
•
% Voy_ Hoo
Kevenues                 71
72
73
Expenses                 71
72
73
Profit or Loss (l)
Amount ••4*1 or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance airing or receivable
Amount estimated as owing to
Less.- Payment received May
Adds- Amount owing to Union
tbe SoSo Yukon Prince
Balance estimated as owing t
TM
May 2V55
j  \
UNI
BRITISH COL
CAN
S.S. Yukon Princess Voy. 71 -73
Ended May 13, 1955
Canadian   Union
Pacific  Steamships   Combined
Railway   Limited     Totals
24,545    1,849     26,394
27,300     402     27,702
26,900    1,067     27,967
78,745    3,318     82,063
16,500    2,500     19,000
16,500    2,500     19,000
16,500    2,500     19,000
49,500    7,500     57,000
29,245    4,182 (L)   25,063
ON STEAt
UMBIA CC
ADIAN P.
Voy. Nc
72
73
72
73
Canadiar
dule I
ent of I
assiar
May 20,
fSHIPS LIMITED
>AST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
iCIFIC RAILWAY
). S.S. Cassiar Voy. 72 to 73
Ended April 26, 1955
Canadian   Union
Pacific   Steamships Combined
Railway   Limited    Totals
27,478    3,373    30,851
36,763    2,594    39,357
Con
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
52,023
64,063
26,900
142,986
19,500
19,500
16,500
55,500
87,486
87,486.
26',636
60,850
tbined Vessels
Union
Steamships
Limited
5,222
2,996
1,067
9,285
20,500
20,500
2,500
43,500
34,215 (L)
3^,215
26,635
60,850
60,850.00
- 31,000.00
29,850.00
/ 16,113.58
. 45,963.58
Combined
Totalis
57,245
67,059
27,967
152,271
40,000
40,000
19,000
99,000
53,271
64,241
3,000
3,000
5,967    70,208
18,000    21,000
18,000    21,000
6,000
58,241
_? ,241
14,10.
44,lf.7
36^000    42,000
30,033 (L) 28,208
30,033
14,104
44,137
3 .245    4,182
12,532    12,531
16.713    16,713
Union Steamships Limited by the
17, 1955 and not included on Sche
Steamships Limited as per statem
ss and to Voyage 71 of the S.S. C
0 Union Steamships Limited as at ]
t Pacific Railway Limited as above
nter-Company balance to Voy. 70 df
1955 UNION   STEAMSHIPS    LIMITED
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GENERAL   MANAGER
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  AND SOUTH   EASTERN ALASKA. UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing by the
Canadian Pacific Railway to Union Steamships Limited as of April 11, 1933
Revenues
Expenses
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing or receivable
Voy No
69
70
71
69
70
71
S.S. Yukon Princess Voj
Ended April 11 1955
_  69-71
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
21*373
23219
2l*5l*5
1009
181*9
24373
21*228
26394
72137
2858
71*995
18000
18000
18000
000
000
cn cn on
21000
21000
21000
51*000
9000
63000
18137
6ll»2  (L)
11995
18137
5998
61.2
____£
Voy No
70
71
72
70
71
72
S.S. Cassiar Voy. 70
> Ended April 6 1955
- 72
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
27.6.
30566
26970
1631
3528
271*64
32197
301*98
85000
5159
90159
000
cncncn
000
000
000
21000
21000
21000
9000
54000
63OOO
76000
1*881*1 (L)
27159
76000 48841
13579 13580
12139
12139
62.21
621*21
Canadian
Combined Vessels
Union
Pacific
Railway
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
51837
53785
51515
261*0
5377
^51837
56425
56892
157137
8017
165154
21000
21000
21000
21000
21000
21000
42000
42000
42000
63000
63000
126000
9^137
54983 (L)
39154
94137
19577
54983
______
74560
74560
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by theCanadian Pacific Railway as above 7456O.OO
Less:    Balance remaining of advance payments of $141,000.00 received to April 12 1955 to the end of S.S. Yukon
Princess Voyage 68 and theS.S. Cassiar Voyage 69 (Schedule I) -37596.92
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by theCanadian Pacific Railway $ 36963.08
TM
April 14/55 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the
estimated amount
owing by the
•
Canadian Pacific Railway to Unior
) Steamships Limited as of Apr
il 11, 1955
S.S. Yukon Princess Voy. 69-71
S.S. Cassiar Voy. 70 -
72
Voy No Ended Apr:
Canadian
LI 11 1955
Union
Voy N
0 Ended April 6 1955
Canadian
Combined Vesse
Union
Is
Canadian
Union
Pacific
Steamships  Combined
Pacific  Steamships
Combined
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Railway
Limited    Totals
Railway
Limited
Totals
Railway
Limited
Totals
Revenues
69
24373
24373
70
27464
-
27464
51837
^51837
70
23219
1009      24228
71
30566
1631
32197
53785
2640
56425
71
24545
1849      26394
72
26970
3528
30498
51515
537T
56892
72137
2858      74995
85000
5159
90159
157137
8017
165154
Expenses
69
18000
3000       21000
70
3000
18000
21000
21000
21000
42000
70
18000
3000       21000
71
3000
18000
21000
21000
21000
42000
71
18000
3000       21000
72
3000
18000
21000
21000
21000
42000
54000
9000       63000
9000
54000
63OOO
63000
63OOO
126000
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount ^^ or receivable
18137
6142 (L)    11995
76000
48841 (l)
27159
94137
94137
54983 (L)
54983
39154
18137
6l42
76000
48841
Distribution of Profit
5998
5997
13579
13580
19577
19577
Balance Q^ieg or receivable
12139
12139
62421
62421
7456O
74560
Amount estimated
as owing
to Union S.
.eamships Limited by theCanadian Pacific
Railway as i
above
74560.00
Less: Balance remaining <
of  advance payments of $141,000.0C
> rece
ived to Apri
1 12 1955 to
the end of
S.S. Yukon
Princess Voyage 68
and theS.S.
Cassiar Voyage 69 (Schedule I)
-37596.92
Balance eg
TM
April ll»/55
•
4
.timated .
as owing to
Union Steamships Limited by
theCanadian
Pacific Railway
$ 36963.O8 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
SERVICE
Schedule showing the
estimated amount
owing by the
Canadian
Pacific Railway to Unior
1 Steamships Limited as of Apr
il 11, 1955
S.S. Yukon Princess Voy. 69-71
S.S. Cassiar Voy. 70 -
72
Voy No Ended April 11 1955
Voy No Ended April 6 1955
Combined Vesse
Is
Canadian
Union
Canadian
Union
Canadian
Union
Pacific
Steamships  Combined
Pacific  Steamships
Combined
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Railway
Limited    Totals
Railway
Limited
Totals
Railway
Limited
Totals
Revenues
69
24373
24373
70
27464
-
27464
51837
>51837
70
23219
1009       24228
71
30566
1631
32197
53785
2640
56425
71
24545
1849      26394
72
26970
3528
30498
51515
5377
56892
72137
2858      74995
85000
5159
90159
157137
8017
165154
Expenses
69
18000
3000       21000
70
3000
18000
21000
21000
21000
42000
70
18000
3000       21000
71
3000
18000
21000
21000
21000
42000
71
18000
3000       21000
72
3000
18000
21000
21000
21000
42000
54000
9000       63OOO
9000
54000
63OOO
63000
63000
126000
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing or receivable
18137
6l42 (L)    11995
76000
76000
48841 (L)
48841
27159
94137
54983 (L)
39154
18137
6l42
94137
54983
Distribution of Profit
5998
5997
13579
13580
19577
19577
Balance owing or receivable
12139
12139
62421
62421
74560
Amount estimated as
owing
to Union
Steamships Limited by theCanadian Pacific
Railway as .
above
74560.00
Less: Balance rema
ining 1
Df advance
payments of $141,000.OC
received to Apri
1 12 1955 to
the end of
S.S. Yukon
Princess Voyage 68
and theS.
S. Cassiar Voyage 69 (Schedule I)
-37596.92
Balance estimated i
TM
April lit/55
•
•
as owing to Union Steamships Limited by
theCanadian
Pacific Railway
$ 36963.O8 ^     • TE LE P H O N E-PAC j Fl C    3.11
#
UWON Steamships Limited
—   ESTABLISHED  1889    —
OFFICE AND  PIER FOOT OF CARRALL ST.
VANCOUVER 4, B.C
CANADA
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c.c.  Mr.  J.  S.  Drummond
AIR
fTlfllL UNION STEAMSHIPS
LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAIIWAY
Schedule showing the estimated
amount owing by the
Canadian Pacific Railway
to Union
Steamships Limited as of March 1"]
',  1955
S.S. Yukon Princess Voy
. 67 to
S.S. Cassiar Voy. 69 to
71
69 Ended
March 10 1955
Ended March 17, 1955
Cojnbined Vessels
Voy No.
Voy No.
Canadian
Union
Canadian
Union
Canadian
Union
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
1
Railway
Limited
Totals
Railway
Limited
Total
Railway
Limited
Total
Revenue
67
19534
19534
69
21395
21395
40929
40929
68
21000
21000
70
26865
_.
26865
47865
47865
69
24503
24503
71
26672
26672
51175
5U75
Hdlg.
4595
69632
4595
69632
4595
144564
4595
144564
74932
74932
Expenses
67
19000
3500
22500
4000
19000
23000
23000
22500
45500
68
19000
3500
22500
4ooo
19000
23000
23000
22500
45500
69
19000
3500
22500
4000
19000
23000
23000
22500
45500
57000
10500
675OO
12000
57000
690OO
69OOO
67500
136500
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing or receivable
12632
10500 (L)
2132
62932
57000 (L)
5932
75564
67500 (L)
8064
12632
10500
62932
57000
75564
675OO
Distribution of Profit
1066
1066
2966
2966
4032
4032
Balance owingor receivable
Amount estimated
as owing
II566
11566
ted by.the
59966
Canadian Pacific
59966
Railway Limited
as above
71532
71532
to Union Steamships Limi
71532.00
Less: Balance remaining
of advance
payments of $110,000.00
received
to March 9, 1955 to the
end of
S.S. Yukon
Princess Voyage 66
• and the S.S.
Cassiar Voyage 68 (Schedule
I)
- 34768.75
Balance estimated
as owing tc
1 Union Steamships Limited by the
Canadian
Pacific Railway
$ 36763.25
7
4
TM March 17, 1955
• UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRJJISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing by the
Canadian Pacific Railway to Union Steamships Limited as of March 17, 1955
S.S. Yukon Princess Voy. 67 to
69 Ended March 10 1955	
Voy No.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Voy No.
S.S. Cassiar Voy. 69 to 71
Ended March 17, 1955	
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Total
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Total
Revenue
Expenses
Profit or Loss  (l)
Amount o^irig or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owingor receivable
67 19531*
68 21000
69 21.503
Haig. 1*595
67
68
69
1953^
21000
2il503
^595
69
70
71
69632
69632
19000
19000
19000
3500
3500
3500
22500
22500
22500
57000
10500
675OO
12632
10500 (L)
2132
12632
1066
10500
1066
11566
11566
21395
26865
26672
21395
26865
26672
74932
74932
4000
4ooo
4000
19000
19000
19000
000
000
00 co cn
cu cu w
12000
57000
69OOO
62932
57000 (L)
5932
62932
2966
57000
2966
59966
59966
40929
47865
51175
4595
40929
47865
51175
4595
144564
144564
000
000
000
COCO CO
OJ OJ <M
22500   45500
22500   45500
22500   45500
69000
67500  136500
75564
67500 (L) 8064
75564
4032
67500
4032
71532
71532
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by.the Canadian Pacific Railway Limited as above
Less: Balance remaining of advance payments of $110,000.00 received to March 9, 1955 "to the end of
S.S. Yukon Princess Voyage 66  and the S.S. Cassiar Voyage 68 (Schedule I)
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway
TM March 17,. 1955
71532.00
- 34768.75
$ 36763.25 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRJJISH COUJMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing by the
Canadian Pacific Railway to Union Steamships Limited as of March 17, 1955
S.S. Yukon Princess Voy. 67 to S.S. Cassiar Voy. 69 to 71
69 Ended March 10 1955  Ended March 17, 1955	
Voy No. Voy No. *
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Total
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Total
Revenue
Expenses
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owingor receivable
67 1953^
68 21000
69 21*503
Hdlg. 1*595
67
68
69
19531*
21000
2* 503
1*595
69
70
71
69632
69632
19000
19000
19000
3500
3500
3500
22500
22500
22500
57000
10500
675OO
12632
10500 (L)
2132
12632
1066
IO5OO
1066
11566
11566
21395
26865
26672
21395
26865
26672
74932
74932
4000
4ooo
4000
19000
19000
19000
000
000
OOO
CO coco
CM OJ Ol
12000
57000
69000
62932
57000 (L)
5932
62932
2966
57000
2966
59966
40929
47865
51175
4595
40929
47865
51175
4595
144564
144564
000
888
CO coco
OJ OJ OJ
22500   45500
22500   45500
22500   45500
69000
67500   136500
75564
67500 (L) 8064
75564
4032
67500
4032
71532
71532
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by.the Canadian Pacific Railway Limited as above
Less: Balance remaining of advance payments of $110,000.00 received to March 9> 1955 to the end of
S.S. Yukon Princess Voyage 66  and the S.S. Cassiar Voyage 68 (Schedule I)
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway
TM March 17, 1955
71532.00
- 34768.75
$ 36763.25 TE LE P H O N E-PAC I Fl C    3.11
-I.
UNION Steamships Limited
——   ESTABLISHED  1889    ——
OFFICE AND PIER FOOT OF CARRALL ST.
__ —WNCOUVER 4* 1.C
CANADA
F_ bruar/ 21 1
Mr* 1. A. Suttevfoxdj
Cto«r«i Auditor,
CS»iMtt_ii_» Pacific JS_iJL**y
' 3, ft <)•
B#«r Ur. tutterfo.it
let    S.S.  "Yukon Fri_c«a_w aad
.6. _!»««___,____,
Furtter to our lartter of today** data, __
teve pl_MM_a_t ia .n-J.oa.ng two copies of tte »©ted»l_ ateirtas
aablaatad result* of oparatioa* up to February lo 1955 la tte
of tte Yufcoa   faimmm, and up to Fe f 11 1^55 1» tte
of tte Qama$m*
Wm »t*te_»at ti_av_ as astiiaatad «_ount oifing
to Waloa ateaashipe l... of $03_2*>7.9_*
Yow* .try/trull
■
W. 4. II
cc,  Mr,  J,  S.  Drummond,  C.P.R,,  Vancouver,
AIR
fTlfllL Revenue
Expenses
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing by the Canadian Pacific Railway
 to Union Steamships Limited as of February 18^ 1955	
Voyage No S.S. Yukon Princess Voy.
~ Ended February 18, 1955
66  to 68 Voyage No.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
S.S. Cassiar Voy. 68 to 69
Ended February 12, 1955
Canadian   Union
Pacific  Steamships  Combined
Railway   Limited  Totals
Combined Vessels
66
61
68
Handling
66
68
26511
18889
18262
6000
26511
68
19550
18889
69
20288
18262
Handling
9635
6000
2467
22017
20288
9635
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing or receivable
69662
69662
20000
19000
19000
3000
3000
3000
23000
28000
22000
58000
9000
67OOO
11662
9000 (L)
2662
49473
2467
51940
3000
4000
18000
19000
21000
23000
7000
37000
44000
42473
34533 (L)
7940
11662
1331
9000
1331
42473
3970
34533
3,70
	
10331
38503
38503
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway as above
Add: amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as per statement of Inter-Company balance to Voy. 65 of the
S.S. Yukon Princess and to Voyage 65 of the S.S. Cassiar     (Schedule I)
Total amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as at February 18, 1955
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
46o6l
39177
27897
6000
. 2*67
48528
39177
27897
6000
119135
2467
121602
23000 '
23000
19000
21000
22000
3000
44000
45000
22000
65OOO
46000
111000
54135
43533 (L)
10602
54135
5301
43533
5301
48834
48834
48834.00
44433.96
93267.96
TM
Feb. 18/55 Revenue
Expenses
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing by the Canadian Pacific Railway
 to Union Steamships Limited as of February 18, 1955	
Voyage No S.S. Yukon Princess Voy. 66  to 68 Voyage No.
" Ended February 18, 1955  *
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
S.S. Cassiar Voy. 68 to 69
Ended February 12, 1955
Canadian   Union
Pacific  Steamships  Combined
Railway   Limited  Totals
66
61
68
Handling
66
61
68
26511
18889
18262
6000
26511
68
19550
18889
69
20288
18262
Handling
9635
6000
2467
22017
20288
9635
Profit or Loss (l)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing or receivable
69662
69662
20000
19000
19000
000
000
000
00 mm
g__
000
58OOO
9000
67000
11662
9000 (L)
2662
49473
2467
51940
3000
4000
18000
19000
21000
23000
7000
37000
44000
42473   34533 (L)
7940
11662
1331
9000
1331
42473
3970
34533
3970
10331
10331
38503
38503
Combined Vessels
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway as above
Add: amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as per statement of Inter-Company balance to Voy. 65 of the
S.S, Yukon Princess and to Voyage 65 of the S.S. Cassiar     (Schedule I)
Total amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as at February 18, 1955
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
46061
39177
27897
6000
. 2.67
48528
39177
27897
6000
119135
2467
121602
23000
23000
19000
21000
22000
3000
44000
45000
22000
65OOO
46000
111000
54135
43533 (L)
10602
54135
5301
43533
5301
48834
48834.00
44433.96
93267.96
TM
Feb. 18/55 •
Revenue
Expenses
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing by the Canadian Pacific Railway
 to Union Steamships Limited as of February 18^ 1955	
Voyage No S.S. Yukon Princess Voy,
" Ended February 18, 1955
66  to 68 Voyage No.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
S.S. Cassiar Voy. 68 to 69
Ended February 12, 1955
Canadian   Union
Pacific  Steamships  Combined
Railway   Limited Totals
Combined Vessels
66
61
68
Handling
66
61
66
26511
18889
18262
6000
26511
68
19550
18889
69
20288
18262
Handling
9635
6000
2467
22017
20288
9635
Profit or Loss (l)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing or receivable
69662
69662
20000
19000
19000
3000
3000
3000
23000
28000
22000
58OOO
9000
67OOO
11662
9000 (L)
2662
49473
2467
51940
3000
4000
18000
19000
21000
23000
7000
37000
44000
42473
34533 (L)
7940
11662
1331
9000
1331
42473
3970
34533
3970
10331
10331
38503
38503
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway as above
Add: amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as per statement of Inter-Company balance to Voy. 65 of the
S.S. Yukon Princess and to Voyage 65 of the S.S. Cassiar     (Schedule i)
Total amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as at February 18, 1955
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
46061
39177
27897
6000
. 2.67
48528
39177
27897
6000
119135
2467
121602
23000
23000
19000
21000
22000
3000
44000
45000
22000
65OOO
46000
111000
54135
43533 (L)
10602
54135
5301
43533
5301
48834
48834
48834.00
44433.96
93267.96
TM
Feb. 18/55 / ■
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Expenses
Profit or Loss  (L)
Amount   owingor receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing or receivable
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLOMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing by the Canadian Pacific Railway
 to Union Steamships Limited as of February 1,  1955	
Voy. No* S0S. Yukon Princess Voy. 65 to 67 Voy* No.
Ended February 1, 1955	
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
.Totals
65
66
61
Handling
65
66
67
16964
26511
18889
6000
1115
18079
26511
18889
6000
68364
1115
69479
19628
20000
19000
2874
3000
3000
22502
23000
22000
58628
8874
67502
9736
7759
(L)
1977
737 3 7
989
7759
988
8747
8747
64
65
68
Handling
64
65
68
S.S. Cassiar Voy. 64, 65, and 68
Ended January 29., 1955	
Canadian     Union
Pacific    Steamships Combined
Railway Limited Totals
28704
11707
19550
9635
60132
7371
52761
l4oo
2500
30104
11707
22050
9635
69596
3900
73496
4680
1784
3000
17383
13907
18000
22063
15691
21000
9464
49290
58754
60132
45390 (L)
14742
45390
7371
52761
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Union
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Railway
Limited
Totals
45668
38218
38439
J_2__3__
2515
250j
48183
38218
40939
15635
137960
5015
142975
24308
21784
22000
20257
16907
21000
44565
38691
43000
68092
58164
126256
69868
53149 (L)
16719
69868
8360
53149
8359
61508
61508
Amount wstimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above 61508*00
Add:- amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as per statement of Inter-Company balance to Voy. 63 of the S.S. Yukon Princess
and to Voyage 63 of the S.S. Cassiar        (Schedule I) 10567o21
Total amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as at February 1, 1955
$ 72075*21
TM   .
Feb. 8/55 Revenue
Expenses
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount curing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing01 receivable
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing by the Canadian Pacific Railway
 to Union Steamships Limited as of February 1, 1955	
Voy. No* S.S. Yukon Princess Voy. 65 to 67 Voy* No.
Ended February 1, 1955
Canadian
Union
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Railway
Limited
totals
65
66
67
Handling
65
66
67
16964
26511
18889
6000
1115
18079
26511
18889
6000
68364
1115
69479
19628
20000
19000
COOO
oj cncn
CVJ 0 0
1AOO
CVJ t. OJ
CVJ OJ CVJ
58628
8874
67502
9736
7759 (L)
1977
9736
_5_3__
7759
988
8747
8747
64
65
68
Handling
64
65
68
S.S. Cassiar Voy. 64, 65,  and 68
Ended January 29,   1955
Canadian
Union
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Railway
Limited
Totals
28704
11707
19550
9635
60132
7371
52761
1400
2500
69596
3900
73496
4680
1784
3000
17383
13907
18000
22063
15691
21000
9464
49290
58754
60132
45390 (L)
14742
45390
7371
52761
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Union
Pacific
Steamships
Comb ined
Railway
Limited
Totals
30104
45668
2515
48183
11707
38218
38218
22050
38439
2500
40939
9635
15635
15635
137960
5015
142975
24308
21784
22000
20257
16907
21000
44565
38691
43000
68092
58164
126256
69868
53149 (L)
16719
69868
8360
53149
8359
61508
61508
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above 61508.00
Add:- amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as per statement of Inter-Company balance to Voy. 63 of the S.S. Yukon Princess
and to Voyage 63 of the S.S. Cassiar        (Schedule I) IO567.2I
Total amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as at February 1, 1955
$ 72075*21
TM   .
Feb. 8/55 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLOMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing by the Canadian Pacific Railway
 to Union Steamships Limited as of February 19  1955	
Voy. No*
Revenue
Expenses
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owingor receivable
S.S. Yukon Princess Voy. 65 to 67
Ended February 1, 1955
Voy* No*
Canadian
Union
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Railway
Limited
totals
65
66
67
Handling
65
66
67
16964
26511
18889
6000
1115
18079
26511
18889
6000
68364
1115
69479
19628
20000
19000
_r 0 0
CO 0 0
cvj cncn
OJ 0 0
0 0 0
IAOO
oj cn cvj
OJ OJ OJ
58628
8874
67502
9736
7759 (L)
1977
973b
______
7759
988
8747
8747
64
65
68
Handling
64
65
68
S.S. Cassiar Voy. 64, 65,  and 68
Ended January 29,  1955
Canadian
Union
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Railway
Limited
Totals
28704
11707
19550
9635
60132
7371
52761
14 00
2500
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Union
Pacific
Steamships
Comb ined
Railway
Limited
Totals
30104
45668
2515
48183
11707
38218
38218
22050
38439
2500
40939
9635
15635
15635
69596
3900
73496
4680
1784
3000
17383
13907
18000
22063
15691
21000
9464
49290
58754
60132
45390 (L)
14742
45390
7371
52761
137960
5015
142975
24308
21784
22000
20257
16907
21000
44565
38691
43000
68092
58164
126256
69868
53149 (L)
16719
69868
8360
53149
8359
61508
61508
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above 61508.00
Add:- amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as per statement of Inter-Company balance to Voy. 63 of the S.S. Yukon Princess
and to Voyage 63 of the S.S. Cassiar        (Schedule i) 10567.21
Total amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as at February 1> 1955
$ 72075*21
TM   .
Feb. 8/55 TELEPHONE-PAC I F I C    3.11
UNION Steamships Limited
______   ESTABLISHED  1889    ______
OFFICE AND  PIER FOOT OF CARRALL ST.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIIWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing by Canadian Pacific Railway to
 Union Steamships Limited as of December 9* 195**	
Voy. No. SaS. Yukon Princess Voy. 63
" EraLed November 6,  195**
Canadian  Union
Pacific  Steamships  Combined
Railway   Limited    Totals
Voyage No*
Revenue 63
Balance.of handling 2518
ete
Expenses        63
Profit or Loss (L)
28539
2518
2402
30941
2518
31057
2402
33459
21000
4000
25000
21000
4000
25000
10057
1598 L
8459
Amount
able
Distribution of Profit
or receiy ^ 10057
owing
auxc.
4229
Balance owing or receiv.  5828
1598
4230
5828
62
63
62
63
S.S. Cassiar Voyage 62 and 63
Ended November 28,  195**
Canadian    Union
Pacific    Steamships  Combined
Railway    Limited    Totals
30396
34088
707
178
31103
34266
64484
885
65369
4000
4000
21000
21000
25000
25000
8000
42000
50000
56484
41115 L
15369
56484
7685
48799
41115
7684
48799
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Combined Vessels
Union
Steamships
Limited
66541
11914
54627
42713
11914
54627
Combined
Totals
58935
36606
3109
178
62044
36784
95541
3287
98828
25000
4000
25000
21000
50000
25000
29000
46000
75000
66541
42713 L
23828
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Ccmpany as above 5*1627.00
Less: Balance remaining of advance payment received November 22, 195*4 in the amount of $105,000.00 to the end
of S.S. Yukon Princess Voyage 62 and the S.S. Cassiar Voyage 6l (Schedule I) 15568*** 1
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway ConSpany 39058a59
TM/
Dec. 9/5I4 UNION
STEAMSHIPS
LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIPS SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Voya No. S.S. Yukc
Ended No.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Schedule
showing the
Union
estimated amount owing
Steamships Limited as
by Canadian Pacific Railway to
of December 9, 1954
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Combined Vessels
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
>n Princess Voy. 63
rember 6, 1954
Union
Steamships  Combined
Limited    Totals
Voyage No. S.S. Cassiar Voyage 62
Ended November 28, 195*1
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships
Railway    Limited
and 63
1
Combined
Totals
Revenue         63   28539
Balance .of handling 2518
2402
30941
2518
62
63
30396
34088
707
178
31103
34266
58935
36606
3109
178
62044
36784
et      3105T
2402
33459
64484
885
65369
95541
3287
98828
Expenses        63   21000
4000
25000
62
63
4000
4000
8000
56484
21000
21000
42000
41115 L
25000
25000
50000
15369
25000
4000
29000
66541
25000
21000
46000
42713 L
50000
25000
75000
23828
21000
4000
25000
Profit or Loss (L)      10057
1598 L
8459
Amount owing or receiy  10057
abxe
1598
56484
41115
66541
42713
Distribution of Profit   4229
4230
7685
7684
11914
11914
Balance owing or receiv.  5828
5828
mships Limited by the 1
ment received November
and the S.S. Cassiar '
48799     48799
Canadian Pacific Railway Ccmpany as above
22, 1954 in the amount of $105,000.00 to
(foyage 6l (Schedule I)
54627
54627
Amount estimated as owing to Union Stea
Less: Balance remaining of advance pay
of S.S. Yukon Princess Voyage 62
the end
54627.00
15568.41
Balance estimated as
owing to Un
ion Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Co_pa«y
39058.59
TM/
Dec. 9/54 UNION
STEAMSHIPS
LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIPS SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Schedule
showing the estimated amount owing
by Canadian Pacific Railway to
Voy. No. S.S. Yukc
Union Steamships
Limited as
of December 9,
1954
>n Princess
Voy. 63
Voyage No. S.S. Cas
siar Voyage 62
and 63
Ended November 6, 1954
Ended November 28, 1954
I
'
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Union
Canadian
Union
Canadian
Union
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Railway
Limited
Totals
Railway
Limited
Totals
Railway
Limited
Totals
Revenue         63   28539
2402
30941
62
30396
707
31103
58935
3109
62044
Balance .of handling 2518
-
2518
63
34088
178
34266
36606
178
36784
efc      3105T
2402
33459
64484
885
65369
95541
3287
98828
Expenses        63   21000
4000
25000
62
4000
21000
25000
25000
25000
50000
63
4000
8000
56484
21000
42000
41115 L
25000
50000
15369
4000
29000
66541
21000
46000
42713 L
25000
75000
23828
21000
4000
25000
Profit or Loss (L)      10057
1598 L
8459
Amount m^m     or recetj^ 10QJ?
1598
56484
41115
66541
42713
Distribution of Profit   4229
4230
7685
7684
11914
11914
Balance ovilig or receiv.
5828
mships Limited by the
48799
48799
smpany as above
54627
54627
Amount estimated as owing to Union Stea
Canadian Pacific Railway Cc
54627.00
Less: Balance remaining of advance payment received November
22, 1954 in
the amount of
$105,000.00 to
the end
of S.S. Yukon Princes
is Voyage 62
and the S.S,
, Cassiar '
foyage 6l (Schedule I)
15568.41
Balance estimated as
owing to Union Steamships Limited
by the Canadian Pacific Railway Conpa ay
39058.59
TM/
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UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing ty the Canadian Pacific
Railway to Union Steamships Limited as of November 17, 1954
S.S. Yukon Princess Voy.
Ended November 7, 1954
6l to 63 Voy. No.  S.S. Cassiar Voy,
Ended November 10
60 to 62
j 1954"
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Revenue
Expenses
61 29658
62 32114
63 27550
Handling,etc. 14143
61
62
63
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balancecwing or receivable
49465
24719
24746
Union
Steamships
Limited
6742
2639
2592
27
24719
24746
Combined
Totals
36400
34753
30142
1414 3
103465
11973
115438
18000
18000
18000
4000
4000
4000
22000
22000
22000
54000
12000
66000
49465
27 (L)
49438
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
60 29038
61 26183
62 29721
Handling,etc. 13775
60
61
62
89717
23383
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
9450
817
782
38488
27000
30503
13775
98717
11049
IO9766
3000
3000
3000
18000
18000
18000
21000
21000
21000
9000
54000
63000
89717
42951
(L)
46766
42951
23383
66334
Combined Vessels
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships Combined
Railway Limited Totals
58696
58297
57271
27918
1392S2
48102
910ft>
I6192
3456
3374
74888
61753
60645
27918
202182
23022
225204
21000
21000
21000
22000
22000
22000
43000
43000
43000
63000
66000
129000
139182
42978 (L)
96204
42978
48102
91080
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Add:- Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as per statement of Inter-Company balance to Voyage 60 of the
S.S. Yukon Princess and to Voyage 59 of the S.S. Cassiar (Schedule I)
Total amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as of November 17, 1954
91080.00
32724.32
$ 123804.32
TM/Nov. 17/54 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing ty the Canadian Pacific
Railway
to Union Steamships Limited as of November
17, 1954
Voyage No.
S.S. Yukon
Princess Voy. 6l to 63 Voy. No.  S.S. Cassiar Voy. 60
to 62
Combined Vessels
Ended November 7, 1954
Ended November 10, 1954
Canadian
Union
Canadian
Union
Canadian
Union
Pac if ic
Steamships
Combined           Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Railway
Limited
Totals            Railway
Limited
Totals
Railway
Limited
Totals
Revenue
61
29658
6742
36400      60     29038
9450
38488
58696
16192
74888
62
32114
2639
34753      61     26183
817
27000
58297
3456
61753
63
27550
2592
30142     62     29721
782
30503
57271
3374
60645
Handling,etc
. 14143
14143  Handling,etc. 13775
13775
27918
27918
103465
11973
115438            98717
11049
109766
202182
23022
225204
Expenses
61
18000
4000
22000      60      3000
18000
21000
21000
22000
43000
62
18000
4000
22000      61      3000
18000
21000
21000
22000
43000
63
18000
4000
22000      62      3000
18000
21000
21000
22000
43000
54000
12000
66000              9000
54000
63000
63OOO
66000
129000
Profit or Loss (L)
livable
49465
27 (L)
49438              89717
42951 (L)
42951
46766
139182
42978 (L)
96204
Amount ,j¥i  or rec(
.9465
27
89717
42978
Distribution of Profit
24719
24719
23383
23383
48102
48102
Balance vio" or rec.
livable
3ted as owing to Ui
24746
66334
jove
91080
Amount optima
r_ion Steamships Limited
by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as al
91080.00
Add:- Amount
owing to Union Steamships Limited as per
statement of Inter-Company balance to Voyage
60 of the
S.S. Yukon Princess and
to Voyage 59 of the S.S
• Cassiar (Schedule I)
32724.32
Total amount
owing to Union Steamships Limited as of November 17, 1954
$ 123804.32
TM/Nov. 17/51* Voyage No.
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing ty the Canadian Pacific
Railway to Union Steamships Limited as of November 17, 195*.
S.S. Yukon Princess Voy. 6l to 63 Voy. No.  S.S. Cassiar Voy. 60 to 62
Ended November 7,  195*t
Ended November 10, 195*1
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Revenue
Expenses
61 29658
62 3211*4
63 27550
Handling,etc. liilii3
61
62
63
Profit or  Loss  (L)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing or receivable
Union
Steamships
Limited
67*42
2639
2592
Combined
Totals
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
36*400
3^753
301*42
I*.l*i3
103465
11973
115438
18000
18000
18000
4000
4000
4000
22000
22000
22000
54000
12000
66000
49465
27 (L)
49438
49465
24719
27
24719
24746
24746
60 29038
61 26183
62 29721
Handling,etc. 13775
60
61
62
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
9450
817
782
38488
27000
30503
13775
98717
11049
109766
3000
3000
3000
18000
18000
18000
21000
21000
21000
9000
54000
63OOO
89717
42951 (L)
46766
89717
23383
42951
23383
66334
66334
Combined Vessels
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships Combined
Railway Limited Totals
58696
58297
57271
27918
16192
3456
3374
74888
61753
60645
27918
202182
23022
225204
21000
21000
21000
22000
22000
22000
43000
43000
43000
63000
66000
129000
139182
42978 (L)
96204
1391B2
48102
42978
48102
91080
91080
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Add:- Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as per statement of Inter-Company balance to Voyage 60 of the
S.S. Yukon Princess and to Voyage 59 of the S.S. Cassiar (Schedule I)
Total amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as of November 17, 1954
91080.00
32724.32
$ 123804.32
TM/Nov. 17/54 TELEPHONE-PACIFIC    3.11
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nifliL UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST S___\__3_JPS SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing
 to Union Steamships Limited a
by the Canadian Pacific Railway
s at November 1, 1954	
Voyage No.    S.S. Yukon Princess Voy. 60 to 63   Voyage No.  S.S. Cassiar Voy. 58 to 62
Revenue
Expenses
60
61
62
63
Handling, etc.
60
61
62
63
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing or receivable
Ended November 7, 1954
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
21325
29658
31491
22000
1414 3
118617
18707
20000
20000
20000
78707
39910
39910
2I76I
13149
Union
Steamships
Limited
6754
6742
2639
4000
20135
4522
4000
4000
4000
16522
3613
3613
21762
18149
Combined
Totals
28079
36400
34130
26000
1.1.3
138752
23229
24000
24000
24000
58
59
60
61
62
Handling, etc.
58
59
60
61
62
95229
43523
Ended October 25, 1952
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships
Railway Limited
17466
25220
28795
26159
26241
13775
137656
2726"
2701
3000
3000
3000
14427
123229
123229
31023
92_
Combined
Totals
12666
7068
8300
782
30132
32288
37095
26159
27023
13775
28816
18000
18000
18000
18000
18000
166472
20726
20701
21000
21000
21000
90000   104427
61184 (L) 62045
61184
31022
92206
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Union
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Railway
Limited
Totals
38791
54878
60286
48159
40384
13775
256273
21433
22701
23000
23000
3000
93134
163139
161139
52784
110355
19420
13810
10939
4000
782
58211
68688
71225
52159
41166
13775
48951
22522
22000
22000
22000
18000
305224
43955
44701
45000
45000
21000
106522
199656
57571 (L) 105568
57571
52784
110355
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Add: Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as per statement of inter-company balance to Voyage 59 of the
S. S. Yukon Princess and Voyage 57 of the S. S. Cassiar
Total amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as of November 1, 1954
110355.00
7224.72
$ 117579.72
TM/sh
Nov. 2/54 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIPS SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing
to Union Steamships Limited as
by the Canadian Pacific Railway
at November 1, 1954	
Voyage No. S.S. Yukon Princess Voy. 60 to 63   Voyage No.  S.S. Cassiar Voy. 58 to 62
Revenue
Expenses
60
61
62
63
Handling, etc.
60
61
62
63
Profit or Loss (l)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing °r receivable
Ended November 7, 1954
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
21325
29658
31491
22000
1.1.3
118617
18707
20000
20000
20000
78707
39910
39910
21761
18149
Union
Steamships
Limited
6754
6742
2639
4000
20135
4522
4000
4ooo
4000
16522
3613
3613 q
21762
18149
Combined
Totals
28079
36400
34130
26000
1414 3
138752
23229
24000
24000
24000
58
59
60
61
62
Handling, etc,
58
59
60
61
62
95229
43523
Ended October 25, 1952
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships
Railway Limited
17466
25220
28795
26159
26241
13775
137656
__726~
2701
3000
3000
3000
14427
123229
123229
31023
92206
Combined
Totals
12666
7068
8300
782
30132
32288
37095
26159
27023
13775
______
18000
18000
18000
18000
18000
166472
20726
20701
21000
21000
21000
90000   104427
61184 (L) 62045
61184
31022
92206
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
38791
54878
60286
48159
40384
13775
256273
21433
22701
23000
23000
3000
93134
163139
163139
52784
110355
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
19420
13810
10939
4000
782
58211
68688
71225
52159
41166
13775
48951
22522
22000
22000
22000
18000
305224
43955
44701
45000
45000
21000
106522
199656
57571 (L)  105568
57571
52784
110355
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Add: Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as per statement of inter-company balance to Voyage 59 of "the
S. S. Yukon Princess and Voyage 57 of the S. S. Cassiar
Total amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as of November 1, 1954
110355.00
7224.72
$ 117579.72
TM/sh
Nov. 2/54 Revenue
Expenses
UNION
STEAMSHIPS
LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST .
STEAMSHIPS
SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated
amount
ovint
I  by the Canadian Pacific
Railway
to Union Steamships Limited .
3s at November 1, 1954
Combined Vessels
Voyage No.
S.S. Yukon Princess Voy.
. 60 to 63
Voyage
No.
S.S. Cas
siar Voy. 58 to 62
Ended November 7, 1954
Ended October 25, 1952
Canadian    Union
Canadian
Union
Canadian
Union
Pacific   Steamships
Combined
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Railway    Limited
Totals
Railway
Limited
Totals
Railway
Limited
Totals
60
21325     6754
28079
58
17466
12666
30132
38791
19420
58211
61
29658     6742
36400
59
25220
7068
32288
54878
13810
68688
62
31491     2639
34130
60
28795
8300
37095
60286
10939
71225
63
22000     4000
26000
61
26159
-
26159
48159
4000
52159
[andling, etc.
14143
14143
62
26241
782
27023
40384
782
41166
Handling,
etc
13775
-
13775
13775
-
13775
II8617    20135
138752
137656
28816
166472
256273
48951
305224
60
I8707     4522
23229
58
2726
18000
20726
21433
22522
43955
61
20000     4000
24000
59
2701
18000
20701
22701
22000
44701
62
20000      4000
24000
60
3000
18000
21000
23000
22000
45000
63
20000      4000
24000
61
3000
18000
21000
23000
22000
45000
62
3000
18000
21000
3000
18000
21000
78707
16522
95229
14427
90000  104427
93134
106522
199656
Profit or Loss (l)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing Qr receivable
39910
3613
43523
123229
61184 (l) 62045
163139
57571 (L) 105568
39910
21761
3613
21762
123229
31023
61184
31022
163139
52784
57571
52784
11149
18149
92206
92206
U0355
110355
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Add: Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as per statement of inter-company balance to Voyage 59 of the
S. S. Yukon Princess and Voyage 57 of the S. S. Cassiar
Total amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as of November 1, 1954
110355.00
7224.72
$ 117579.72
TM/sh
Nov. 2/54 TELEPHONE-PACIFIC    3411
UMION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
1 —   ESTABLISHED 1889    —-
OFFICE AND PIER FOOT OF CARRALL ST.
w/mcmwm 4. i.c
CANADA
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(MM. UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Revenue
Expenses
Voyage No.
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing to the Canadian Pacific Railway
 to Union Steamships Limited as at October 22, 1954	
S.S. Yukon Princess Voy 58 to62  Voyage No. S. S. Cassiar Voy. 56 to Voy.61
Ended October 20, 1954
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
.8 21849
|9 22555
6o 21325
ol 29658
62 31491
.Handling, etc, 1.143
141021
58
59
60
61
62
16914
15670
18000
18000
18000
86584
Profit or Loss  (L)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing or receivable
54437
54437
31025
23412
Unkon
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
7683
2341
6754
6742
2639
29532
24896
28079
36400
34130
14143
26159   16718O
4058
2488
4ooo
4000
4000
20972
18158
22000
22000
22000
56
57
58
59
60
61
Handling, etc.
56  .
57
58
59
60
61
18546
105130
7613
62050
7613
31025
23412
Ended October 22, 1954
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships Combined
Railway     Limited   Totals
23861
21982
17466
25220
28795
26159
13775
157258
3734
4632
12666
7068
8300
36400
27595
266l4
30132
32288
37095
26159
13775
193658
4ooo
18000
22000
4000
18000
22000
4000
18000
22000
4000
18000
22000
4000
18000
22000
4000
18000
22000
24000
108000
I32OOO
133258
71600 L
61658
133258
30829
71600
30829
102
102429
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Less: Balance of advance payment of $205,000.00 made to Union Steamships Limited to the end of Voyage 55 of the S.
and Voyage 57 of the S. S. Yukon Princess (Schedule l)
Balance estimated as owing to the Union Steamships Limitai by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Combined Vessels
Canadian   Union
Pacific  Steamships Combined
Railway   Limited   Totals
45710
44537
38791
54878
60286
40302
13775
298279
S. Cassiar
11417
6973
19420
13810
10939
57127
51510
58211
68688
71225
40302
13775
62559  360838
20914
22058
42972
19670
20488
40158
22000
22000
44000
22000
22000
44000
22000
22000
44000
4000
18000
22000
110584
126546  237130
187695
63987 L 123708
187695
61854
63987
61854
125841
125841
125841.00
32214.72
$ 93626.28
TM
Oct.  22/54 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Revenue
Expenses
Yoyage No.
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing
 to Union Steamships Limited as
S.S. Yukon Princess Voy 58 to62  Voyage No.
Ended October 20, 195fr
to the Canadian Pacific Railway
to Voy.6l
at October 22,  195*.
S. S.  Cassiar Voy.  56
Ended October 22,  1951*
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
8658**
Profit or Loss  (L)
Amount owing  or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing  or receivable
5^37
5^37
31Q25
23^12
Unkon
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Combined Vessels
Union
Steamships Combined
Limited   Totals
58
21849
7683
29532
56
23861
3734
27595
45710
11417
57127
V
22555
2341
24896
57
21982
17.66
4632
26614
44537
6973
51510
60
21325
6754
28079
58
12666
30132
38791
19420
58211
ol
29658
6742
364oo
59
25220
7068
32288
54878
13810
68688
62
31491
2639
34130
60
28795
8300
37095
60286
10939
71225
Hit..
l,  etc. 14143
-
14143
61
26159
-
26159
40302
_
40302
Handling, etc.
13775
-
13775
13775
-
13775
141021
26159
167180
157258
36.00
193658
298279
62559
360838
58
16914
4058
20972
56
4000
18000
22000
20914
22058
42972
59
I567O
2488
3-8158
57
4000
18000
22000
19670
20488
40158
60
18000
4000
22000
58
•4000
18000
22000
22000
22000
44000
61
18000
4ooo
22000
59
4000
18000
22000
22000
22000
44000
62
18000
4000
22000
60
4000
18000
22000
22000
22000
44000
61
4ooo
18000
22000
4000
18000
22000
18546
105130
7613
62050
7613
31025
23412
24000
108000
132000
133258
71600 L
61658
133258
30829
71600
30829
102429
102429
110584
187695
187695
61854
125841
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Less: Balance of advance payment of $205,000.00 made to Union Steamships Limited to the end of Voyage 55 of the S.
and Voyage 57 of the S. S. Yukon Princess (Schedule l)
Balance estimated as owing to the Union Steamships Limitei by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
126546  237130
63987 L 123708
63987
61854
125841
S. Cassiar
125841.00
32214.72
$ 93626.28
TM
Oct. 22/54 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Revenue
Expenses
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing
to Union Steamships Limited as
Voyage No. S.S. Yukon Princess Voy 58 to62  Voyage No.
Ended October 20, 195^
Canadian    Unkon
Pacific   Steamships
Railway Limited
8658**
Profit or Loss  (L)
Amount   owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance  owing or receivable
5^37
5^37
31025
23^12
Combined
Totals
■58
21849
7683
V
22555
2341
60
21325
6754
ol
29658
6742
62
31491
2639
Lling,
etc.l4l43
m*
141021
26159
58
16914
4058
59
15670
2488
60
18000
4000
61
18000
4000
62
18000
4000
29532
24896
28079
36400
34130
14143
16718O
20972
18158
22000
22000
22000
18546
105130
7613
62050
7613
31025
23412
to the Canadian Pacific Railway
to Voy.6l
at October 22A 1954
56
57
58
59
60
61
Handling, etc.
56
57
58
59
60
61
S. S. Cassiar Voji. 56
Ended October 22, 1954
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships Combined
Railway    Limited   Totals
23861
21982
17466
25220
28795
26159
13775
157258
4ooo
4ooo
4000
4000
4000
4000
3734
4632
12666
7068
8300
36400
18000
18000
18000
18000
18000
18000
27595
26614
30132
32288
37095
26159
13775
193658
22000
22000
22000
22000
22000
22000
24000
108000
132000
133258
71600 L
61658
30829
71600
30829
102429
102429
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Less: Balance of advance payment of $205,000.00 made to Union Steamships Limited to the end of Voyage 55 of the S.
and Voyage 57 of the S. S. Yukon Princess (Schedule l)
Balance estimated as owing to the Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Combined Vessels
Union
45710
44537
38791
54878
60286
40302
13775
298279
20914
19670
22000
22000
22000
4000
Steamships Combined
Limited   Totals
S. Cassiar
11417
6973
19420
13810
10939
57127
51510
58211
68688
71225
40302
13775
62559  360838
22058
20488
22000
22000
22000
18000
42972
40158
44000
44000
44000
22000
110584
126546
237130
187695
63987 L 123708
I87695
61854
63987
61854
125841
125841
125841.00
32214.72
$ 93626.28
TM
Oct.  22/54 Union Steamships Limited
s, Mfc*
Mm ft* HHA^
i
it   s. s. ^
m» 199* to tte ««§. if tte
m»
mmmmmm
„_aA__
A.
c.c.  J*  S.   Drummond,  Esq.,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Vancouver, B. C. 1
•
•
•
t
Voyage No.
Revenue                  55
56
57
58
Expenses                  55
56
57
58
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owingor receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing or receivable
Amount estimated as owing to Union
Less:- Balance of advance payments
and Voyage 54 of the S. S.
Balance estimated as ov.
TM'
August 26, 1954
BRITIS.
Schedule showing the e
to Union .
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
CE
adian Pacific
19, 1954
Railway
Combined Vesse
:1s
B COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVI
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Estimated amount owing by the Can
Steamships Limited as at August
S,S. Yukon Princess Voy. 55 to53
Ended August 12, 1954
Voyage No.
55
56
57
Pacific Ra
nships Limi
the Canadi
_ S.S. Cassiar Voy. 55 t
Ended August 19, 1954
Canadian   Union
Pacific  Steamships
Railway   Limited
,0 57
Combined
Totals
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
53021
56214
43323
22381
175439
26888
25000
25000
21000
Union
Steamships
Limited
7392
8723
5978
7673
29766
25346
25000
25000
4000
Combined
totals
60.13
64937
49301
30554
205205
52234
50000
50JOO
25000
Canadian   Union
Pacific  Steamships
Ra ilway   Limit ed
Combined
Totals
33563    3263
31323    4939
13758    1357
22081    7673
IO6525   17302
36846
36312
20115
30554
123027
19458
24891
24565
4109
3734
4621
23567
28625
29186
68914
12464
31378
22888    4346
21000     IfOOO
21000   4ooo
21000    4000
27234
25000
25000
25000
4ooo
4000
4000
21000
21000
21000
25000
25000
25000
35888   16346
20637    956
102234
21593
12000
56914
63000
50536(L)
75000
6373
97888
77551
79346
177234
49580 (L)
27971
20637    956
10796   10797
9841    984l
ie Canadian
Union Stear
Le I)
Limited by
56914
3189
50536
3189
e 51 of the
any
77551
13985
63566
4 958O
13986
63566
53725
53725
Steamships Limited by tl
of $170,000.00 made to
Yukon Princess (Schedu'
ring to Union Steamships
ilway Company
ted to the end of Voyag
an Pacific Railway Comp
S. S. Cass
63566.00
Lar
- 21777.85
$ 41788.15 Voyage No.
Revenue                  55
5b
57
58
Expenses                  55
55
57
58
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing or receivable
Amount estimated as owing to Union
Less:- Balance of advance payments
and Voyage 54 of the S. S.
Balance estimated as ox.
TM'
August 26, 1954
♦
*
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing by the Canadian Pacific Railway
to Union Steamships Limited as at August 19, 1954
Combined Vesse
. S,S. Yukon Princess Voy. 55 to55
Ended Augusx 12, 1954
Voyage No.
55
58
57
Pacific Ra
mships Limi
the Canadi
S.S. Cassiar Voy. 55
Ended August 19, 1954
co 57
:1s
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
53021
56214
43323
22331
175439
26888
25000
25000
21000
Union
Steamships
Limited
7392
8723
5978
7673
29766
25346
25000
25000
4ooo
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
Canadian   Union
Pacific  Steamships
Railway   Limited
19458     4109
24391     3734
24565     4621
Combined
Totals
23567
28625
29186
Combined
totals
33563
31323
13758
22081
IO6525
22888
21000
21000
21000
85888
20637
3283
4939
1357
7673
17302
4346
.000
4ooo
4ooo
16346
956
36846
38312
20115
30554
123827
27234
25000
25000
25000
102234
21593
6C.13
64937
49301
30554
68914    12464
31378
205205
4ooo    21000
4000     21000
4000     21000
25000
25000
25000
52234
50000
50000
25000
12000     63000
56914     50536(L)
75000
6378
97888
79346
177234
77551
4958O (L)
27971
20637
10796
9841
956
10797
9841
ie Canadian
Union Steal
Le I)
Limited by
50536
3189     3189
£e 51 of the
?any
77551
13985
63566
S. S. Cass-
4 958O
13986
_ _ _r _ _
03500
63566.00
Lar
- 21777.85
$ 41788.15
53725    53725
Steamships Limited by ti
of $170,000.00 made to
Yukon Princess (Schedu'
ring to Union Steamships
ilway Company
ted to the end of Voyaf
an Pacific Railway Com. Union Steamships Limited
c.c. J. W. Drummond,
Travelling Auditor,
C.P.R.,
 Vancouver, B.C.
Awgaat 3# 19!*.
Mr. i. c. mm,
ieaeral «    g
au Pacific Railvay
Mr, Se.
an * s.s. *y    _<_•_•* ana
 S.S. "Cassiar*	
Farther to our letter of today•« tote, ne have
ta l Lag two copies of < ;e_ resalt
of op.:. & _p to July 23, 3,954 in the ease of the "Yoko*.
frlaeeee* aad to #uly 15_ i_^ la the eaae of tiia %•*_*•*«
Wm 8tatea»Bt shows aa eetiaate4 amount owing to ttoion
X4nite_ of #,927.90.
Yours ,/»•*? truly,
m3y
W, A. Raid,
HAE/flc Secretary.
Kacls. Voy. No.
Revenue                                    53
54
55
56
57
Expenses                                  53
5^
55
56
57
Profit or Loss  (l)
Amount owing  or  receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing    or receivable
Amount estimated as owing to Uni
Less:-    Balance of advance payme
•       3a Sa Cassiar and Voyage
Balance  estimated as
tm/sh
July 29/54
I
UNION ST
EAM3HIPS
LIMITED
•
Combined Vessels
Cadadian          Union
Pacific        Steamships      Combined
Railway          Limited            Totals
British Columbia Coast
Steamship Service
Canadia
n Pacific Railway
Schedule showing the estimated amount ow
ing by the Canadian Pacific Railway
"as at July_J23x WB3	
S.  S.  Cassiar" Voy.   51 and Voy 55
Ended July 15,  1954  _	
Canadian        Union
Pacific      Steamships    Combined
Railway        Limited          Totals
28919            3198               32II7
Non-Joint Operating Voyage
11         11               11               it
u         tt               tt               11
20000             4000               24000
to Union Steamships
Limited
Yukon Princess-Voy.  53 to 57              Vo
Ended July 23,  1954	
Canadian            Union
Pacific        Steamships    Combined
Railway          Limited             Totals
28726"        ""792 """      29518'
24521              5144                 29665
30388             3264              34172
31323             4989               36312
20000               2000                 22000
y. No.
51
52
53
54
55
51
52
53
54
55
Pacific
ships Li
ule  I)
the Cana
57645
24521
30888
31323
40000
Hgg
3284
4989
6000
61635
29665
34172
36312
45000
1354 5~8             I6209           " 151567
21397            3846              25243
18149            2869              21018
21000               4000                 25000
21000               4000                 25000
21000               4000                 25000
102546          18715            121261
32912             2506YL)          30406
32912        2506
15203         15203
IJ709...  17700—
.on Steamships Limited by the Canadian
nts of $170,000.00 made to Union Steam
52 of the S.  S.  Yukon Princess  (Sched
owing to Union Steamships Limited by
"48919          7198           56117
"T,00Cf          21000         """25000
Non-Joint Operating Voyage
11           tt               11               it
it           tt               it               it
__4000 21000 _25?00
8000           42000              50000
40919          34802 (l)       6117
40919"    "31,802™
3059         3058
37860        37860
Railway Company
mited to the end of Voyage 50 of the
dian Pacific Railway Company
184377
"25397 ""
18149
21000
P100O
25000
23407
' 24846
-286.9
4000
4000
25000
207784
"""50243
21018
25000
25000
50000
110546
60715
171261
73831
37308  (L)
36523
73831
I8262
37308
18261
55569     _
 55569
55569.00
- 5264iao
$ 2927.90 Voy«
No.
un:
British Ci
CON STEAMSHIPS
LIMITED
•
Combined Vessels
3lumbia Coast
Steamship Service
Canadian Pacific Railway
Schedule showing the estimated amount owing by  the Canadiau Pacific Railway
to Union Steamships Limited
as  at July 23,   1954
Yukon Princess-Voy.  53 to 57
Voy. Io»
S.  S.  Cassiar Voy.   51 and Voy 55
Ended July 23,  1954	
Canadian            Union
Ended July 15,   1954
Canadian        Union
Cadadian          Union
Pacific        Steamships    Combined
Pacific      Steamships    Combined
Pacific        Steamships
Comb ined
Revenue                                    53
Railway          Limited            Totals
287fo"              79"2              29518
51
Railway        Limited          Totals
28919           "3198               32117
Railway           Limited
TotaIs
57645               3990
24521              5144
61635
54
24521             5144               29665
52
Non-Joint Operating Voyage
29665
55
30388            3284              34172
53
tt         n               ti               it
30888              3284
34172
56
31323            4989              36312
54
tt         11               tt               tt
31323              4989
36312
57
20000               2000                 22000
55
20000             4000               24000
40000               6000
46000
135458           16209            151667
18919          7198            56117
184377            23407
207784"
Expenses                                  53
21397            3846              25243
51
""""4500        21000 '" " 25000
"25397'        '24845'
 ""50243
54
18149            2869              21018
52
Non-Joint Operating Voyage
18149            -286.9
21018
55
21000             4000               25000
53
tt           it               it               it
21000                  4000
25000
56
57
Profit or Loss  (l)
Amount owing   or receivable
21000          4ooo            25000
54
11           it               it               it
P100O                 4000
25000
21000           4ooo            25000
102546          18715            121261
32912            2506(l)         304o6
32912           2506
55
4000             21000               25000
8000             42000               50000
40919    348p2_(L) 5117
40919.           3i»802
25000          25000
50000
110546          60715
171261
.7383.1...       ,_373p8_(L)_
36523
73831           3730O
Distribution of Profit
Balance  owing    or receivable
15203         15203
17709       17709 _
3059         3058
37860        37860
18262             18261
_ 515$?_ 5 5569
Amount estimated as owing to
Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company
55569.00
Less:-    Balance of advance payments of $170,000.00 made to Union
Steamships Limited to the end of Voyage 50 of the
•    J S. S. Caesiar and Voyage
52 of the S.  S.  Yukon Princess  1
.Schedule  I)
- 52641,10
Balance estimated
. as
owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
$ 2927>90
tm/sh
1
July 29/54 Voy« No«
Revenue                                    53
54
55
56
57
Expenses                                53
54
55
56
57
Profit or Loss  (l)
Amount owing   or receivable
Distribution of Profit
Balance owing    or receivable
Amount estimated as owing to Uni
Less:-    Balance of advance payme
■      S. S. Cassiar and Voyage
Balance  estimated as
tm/sh
July 29/54
UNION STEAMSHIPS
LIMITED
*
Combined Vessels
Cadad.ian          Union
Pacific        Steamships      Combined
Railway          Limited            Totals
British Columb:
CanadiE
ia Coast
Steamship Service
>n Pacific Railway
Schedule showing the estimated amount ow
ing by the Canadian Pacific Railway
as at July 23,  1954
to Union Steamships
.  Limited
Yukon P.: incess-Voy.  53 to 57              Vc
Ended July 23, 1954	
Canadian            Union
Pa c if ic        S te ams h ips    C omb in ed
Railwav          Limited            Totals
26726""           795""' " 295"l8
24521             5144               29665
30888            3284              34172
31323             4989              36312
20000               2000                 22000
>y. No»
51
52
53
54
55
51
52
53
54
55
Pac if ic
iships Li
ule I)
the Cana
S.  S.  Oa ssiar Voy.  51 and Voy 55
Ended  July 15,   1954
Canadian        Union
Pacific      Steamships    Combined
Railway        Limited          Totals
28919     """'"3198            "32117
Non-Joint Operating Voyage
11        11               11              11
11        11              tt              11
20000             4000               24000
57645
24521
30888
31323
40000
5144
3284
4989
6000
61635
29605
34172
36312
46ooo
135458             l6209               151667
21397             3846              25243
18149             2869              21018
21000               4000                 25000
21000               4000                 25000
21000           4ooo             25000
102546          18715            121261
32912            25o6(l)         304o6
32912        2506
15203         15203
48919             7198               56II7
~~4ooo      ~2iobo           25000
Non-Joint Operating Voyage
11           it               11               11
11           n               ii               11
4ooo         21000           25000
8000             42000               5OOOO
4o_919       34802 (L)       6117
40919""      ' 34802
3059        3058
37860          37960
Railway Company
mited to the end of Voyage 50 of the
dian Pacific Railway Company
184377
25397 "'
18149
21000
21000
25000
23407
'24843''
-2869
4000
4000
25000
207784
"'50243
21018
25000
25000
50000
110546
73831 '
60715
171261
37308  (L)
36523
73831
18262
37308
18261
17709             1770Q
.on Steamships Limited by the Canadian
nts of $170,000.00 made to Union Stean
52 of the S.  S.  Yukon Princess  (Sched
owing to Union Steamships Limited by
55569
55569
55569.00
- 52641.10
j> 2927.90 •
•
CC,       J*  Sc  DriHmnondj Esq*
Ma   'C*  ii% 14$   U&Q* 9
WmmlM
&&mAtm& B&eifle SrIIwhj" OosuwRQr,
Bttr Mr. S*l«i
lei    S.S. *IWhG» frx.'-.- ■£>§'
Fwtter to<w' of *u» m9 199** ta vfclth wo
* gt*t»i»nt «h«wln£ th* ootiMttg rwulto af i Lobs
Hay iB, 195* ia t*t omo of tl* *fai»a Friiieoo** *nd to May
IS, mk, in tft* mum ## ti» "tomta**.
S&fc* st«ta«M* Am tkat iter* ie & balance o^ving to
so ttMMAlyo Xini-tal a* |£|.afto**£*   IM will a**o *fc»* tk*
atatoaoaf m pswparoa m June 1 | wt rafbtct * elsofs**
«<*tw# If as d&t*J Ml 15, lyjA im Mil
mt%a&% * im&Mmm m&m to lift 0. 9* JU of - K PP. 3*.   thio tea
yovre "way trtOy,
i^i'
MB/4© Se j. :•--*»
CC. MR.  J.S.  DRUMMOHD
Mr* Si Co B@ia>
§f-ner&i Auditor,
Canadian Pacific Badlmy €oiap&&y *
MOIfSKAL,P.|.
Re:    So So. *futoa Fr* " *n&_Sor So . "(fesaijar*
further to our letter of |tat 18, 195^. ^® |Mi pleasure
in enclosing two copies of the &eh&dule alloying estlmt^ft result
of operations to Nay 28, 195^ 4* *h& ■••• of tfea ttYukcm Princess11
and to ifey 18, 195k in %lw ease of the ^Cassisr**.
HEhe strntcsMint uhowa thar# ia an estimated amount owing to
Onion Steamships XdalttcL ot ^33?GQC,66a
Yours very truly*
#ti
Wo  A.  Bald,
WASl/dc Secretary.
S&cl. Revenue
Disbursements
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule shoving the Estimated Amount owing by the Canadian Pacific Railvay Company
To Union Steamships Limited as at May 28> 195ff~
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount)win<;  or receivable
Distribution of Profit or Loss (L)
Balancoving  or receivable
s.
,S. YUKON PRINCESS-Voy 52
to 54
Voy.
No.
Ended May 28, 1954
Canadian   Union
Pacific  Steamships
Railway   Limited
Combined
Totals
52
53
54
26924     3675
26270     793
24889     5362
30599
27063
30251
78083    9830
87913
52
53
54
21056    3562
21000    4000
21000     4000
24618
25000
25000
63056    11562
74618
15027    1732 (L)
13295
S.S. CASSIAR-Voy 48 to 51
Ended May 18, 1954
Voy
No.
Canadian   Union
Pacific  Steamships Combined
Railvay   Limited   Totals
48
50
51
24896     5985    30881
26921     -     26921
27583     3198    30781
79400    9183    88583
48
50
51
4000    21000    25000
4000    21000    25000
4000     21000    25000
12000     63000    75000
67400    53817 (L) 13583
15027
6647
1732
6648
8380
67400
6792
53817
6791
8380
60608
606O8
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
51820
53191
52472
9660
793
8560
61480
53984
61032
157483
19013
176496
25056
25000
25000
24562
25000
25000
49618
50000
50000
75056
74562
14961B
82427
55549 (L)
26878
82427
13439
68s_	
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Less:-
Balance of advance payments of $80,000.00 made to Union Steamships Limited to the end of Voyage 47 of the S.S. Cassiar and
Voyage 51 of the S.S. Yukon Princess (Seehdule i)
Less Advance payment received June 2, 1954 - Not shown on Schedule I dated May 26, 1954
55549
13439
68988
68988.00
- 5101«34
""§3886.66
• 30000»00
$ 33886.66
TM/gb
June 14, 1954 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST
STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule
showing the Estimated Amount owing by
the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
to Union Steamships
Limited
as at
May 28, 1954
So
S. YUKON PRINCESS-Voy 52
to 54
S.S. CASSIAR-Voy 48 to
51
Combined Vessels
Ended May
28, 1954
Ended May 18, 1954
Canadian
Union
Canadian   Union
Canadian
Union
Voyo
Pacific
Steamships  Combined
Voy
Pacific  Steamships (
Combined
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
No.
Railway
Limited
Totals
No.
Railway   Limited
Totals
Railway
Limited
Totals
Revenue                       52
26924
3675
30599
W
24896    5985
30881
51820
9660
61480
53
26270
793
27063
50
26921
26921
53191
793
53984
5^
24889
5362
30251
51
27583     3198
30781
52472
8560
61032
78083
9830
87913
79400     9183
88583
157483
19013
176496
Disbursements                   52
21056
3562
24618
48
4000    21000
25000
25056
24562
49618
53
21000
4000
25000
50
4000     21000
25000
25000
25000
50000
54
21000
4000
25000
51
4000     21000
25000
25000
25000
50000
63056
11562
74618
12000     63000
75000
75056
74562
149618
Profit or Loss (L)
15027
1732 (L)
13295
67400    53817 (L)
13583
82427
55549 (L)
26878
Amount     or receivable
1732
53817
55549
Distribution of Profit or Loss (L)
6647
6648
6792     6791
13439
13439
Balance owing or receivable
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamst
8380
60608
ian Pacific Railway Company as above
68988
68988.00
lips Limited by the Canad
Less:-
Balance of advance payments of $80,000.00
made to Union Steamships
Limited
to the end of Voyage 47 of the S.S.
Cassiar and
Voyage 51 of the S.S. Yukon Princess (Scehdule I)
- 5101.34
63886.66
Less Advance payment received June 2, 1951,
l - Not shown on Schedule
I dated
May 26, 1954
- 30000.00
$ 33886.66
c
a
TM/gb
i
June 14, 1954 Revenue
Disbursements
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule shoving the Estimated Amount oving by the Canadian Pacific Railvay Company
to Union Steamships Limited as at May 28j 195^
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount oving °*  receivable
Distribution of Profit or Loss (L)
Balanceowing or receivable
s.
,S. YUKON PRINCESS-Voy 52
to 54
Voy.
No.
Ended May 28, 1954
Canadian   Union
Pacific  Steamships
Ra ilway   Limited
Combined
Totals
52
53
54
26924     3675
26270     793
24889     5362
30599
27063
30251
78083    9830
87913
52
53
54
21056    3562
21000    4000
21000     4000
24618
25000
25000
63056    11562
74618
15027     1732 (L)
13295
Voy
No.
W
50
51
48
50
51
S.S. CASSIAR-Voy 48 to 51
Ended May 18, 1954
Canadian Union
Pacific     Steamships Combined
Railway       Limited       Totals
24896 5983 30881
26921
27583
3198
26921
30781
79400
9183
88583
4000
4000
4000
21000
21000
21000
25000
25000
25000
12000
63000
75000
67400
53817 (L) 13583
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
51820
53191
52472
9660
793
8560
61480
53984
61032
157483
19013
176496
25056
25000
25000
24562
25000
25000
49618
50000
50000
75056
74562
149618
82427
55549 (L)
26878
7 y7yyy
6647
1732
6648
8380
67400
6792
6060b'
53817
60608
82427
55549
13439
68988
68988.00
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Less:-
Balance of advance payments of $80,000.00 made to Union Steamships Limited to the end of Voyage 47 of the S.S. Cassiar and
Voyage 51 of the S.S. Yukon Princess (Scehdule I) - 5101*34
Less Advance payment received June 2, 1954 - Not shown on Schedule I dated May 26, 1954 - 30000>00
$ 33886.66
TM/gb
June 14, 1954 c.c. Capt. 0. 3* Williams
y*G.e« Ur. 3* S» Bnaaoaaii
c.c. 16*. V. I. Duacaa
e.e. Mr. F. G. Davies
c.c Mr. G. C. Brooks
c.c. Ifessrs. Solloway aad Benson
c.c. Ifkeoro* Cooke and McLean
%m
-. m* c* mm
M 0 « T R K A L, |#
Ur. Miif
1® oar latter of Hi? 17, i-9#* o» ***• j&eaewpo
la enfilBfe *-- :r   jj*~  -    v   ola Bhowiii   -ii-.x..iaat*d result
of ©fomtioBe ug tc jKay 1>» lf54 .. eaae of the
•oft to My 9» 195% ta tto eaae of ma "latoa
:« aa oettoeteo
fete* attMMfcipie LUeitea ?. UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the Estimated Amougt Owing by the Canadian Pacific Railway to Union Steamships Limited as at May 19> 195^
Voyage # SS Yukon Princess Voy 50 to Voy53 Voy#  SS Cassiar  Voy, 47 to Voy51
Canadian  Union
Pacific Steamships Combined
Railway  Limited   Totals
Revenue
Disbursements
50
51
52
53
30,527
24,073
26,924
26,270
1,576
3,675
793
30,527
25,649
30,599
27,063
107,794
6,044
113,838
50
51
52
53
21,121
17,316
21,000
21,000
3,877
4,124
4,000
4,000
24,998
21,440
25,000
25,000
80,437
16,001
96,438
27,357
9,957(L)17,400
s(L)
27,357
8,700
9,957
8,700
3W?7
18,657
Canadian   Union
Pacific   Steamships Combined
Railway   Limited   Totals
47
48
50
51
21,508
23,715
24,503
27,000
1,328
5,985
1,400
22,836
29,700
24,503
28,400
96,726
8,713
105,439
47
48
50
51
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
16,000
84,000
100,000
80,726
75,287 (L)
5,439
80,726
2,719
75,287
2,720
78,007
78^007
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount cmiirf or receivable
Distribution of Profit or Loss(L)
Balance cmlng or receivable
Amount estimated as owing to the Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Less:-
Balance of advance payments of $80,000.00 made to Union Steamships Limited to the end of Voyage 46 of the SS
Voyage 49 of the SS Yukon Princess (Schedule I)
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
OM/gb
May 18, 1954
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
52,035
47,788
51,427
53,270
1,328
7,561
3,675
2,193
53,363
55,349
55,102
55,463
204,520
14,757
219,277
25,121
21,316
25,000
25,000
24,877
25,124
25,000
25,000
49,998
46,440
50,000
50,000
96,437
100,001
196,438
108,083
85,244(L)
22,839
108,083
11,419
85,244
11,420
96.664
96,664
96,664.00
Cassiar and
- 32,318.13
$ 64,345.87 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the Estimated.Amount Owing by the Canadian Pacific Railway to Union Steamships Limited as at May 19/ 1954
Voyage # SS Yukon Princess Voy 50 to Voy53 Vog#  SS Cassiar  Voy. 47 to Voy51
Canadian  Union
Pacific Steamships Combined
Railway  Limited   Totals
Revenue
Disbursements
50
51
52
53
30,527
24,073
26,924
26,270
1,576
3,675
793
30,527
25,649
30,599
27,063
107,794
6,044
113,838
50
51
52
53
21,121
17,316
21,000
21,000
3,877
4,124
4,000
4,000
24,998
21,440
25,000
25,000
80,437
16,001
96,438
27,357
9;957(L)17,400
s(L)
27,357
8,700
9,957
8,700
18,657
Canadian   Union
Pacific   Steamships Combined
Railway  _ Limited   Totals
47
48
50
51
21,508
23,715
24,503
37,000
1,328
5,985
1,400
22,836
29,700
24,503
28,400
96,726
8,713
105,439
47
48
50
51
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
16,000
84,000
100,000
80,726
75,287(L)
5,439
80,726
2,719
75,287
2,720
MM 11 MM
78,007
• Profit or Loss (L)
Amount ^^iu/r or receivable
Distribution of Profit or Loss(L)
Balanceowing or receivable
Amount estimated as owing to the Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Less:-
Balance of advance payments of '$80,000.00 made to Union Steamships Limited to the end of Voyage 46 of the SS
Voyage 49 of the SS Yukon Princess (Schedule I)
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
TM/gb
May 18, 1954
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
52,035
47,788
51,427
53,270
1,328
7,561
3,675
2,193
53,363
55,349
55,102
55,463
204,520
14,757
219,277
25,121
21,316
25,000
25,000
24,877
25,124
25,000
25,000
49,998
46,440
50,000
50,000
96,437
100,001
196,438
108,083
85,244(L)
22,839
138,083
11/419
85,244
11,420
96*6@*
96,664
96,664.00
Cassiar and
- 32,318.13
$ 64,345.87 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the Estimated.Amount Owing by the Canadian Pacific Railway to Union Steamships Limited as at May 19* 1954
Voyage # SS Yukon Princess Voy 50 to Voy53 Voy#  SS Cassiar  Voy, 47 to Voy51
Canadian  Union
Pacific Steamships Combined
Railway  Limited   Totals
Revenue
Disbursements
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount     or receivable
Distribution of Profit or Loss(L)
Balance
or receivable
50
51
52
53
30,527
24,073
26,924
26,270
1,576
3,675
793
30,527
25,649
30,599
27,063
107,794
6,044
113,838
50
51
52
53
21,121
17,316
21,000
21,000
3,877
4,124
4,000
4,000
24,998
21,440
25,000
25,000
80,437
16,001
96,438
27,357
9,957(L)17,400
s(L)
7
8,700
9,957
8,700
18,657
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
47
48
50
51
21,508
23,715
24,503
27,000
1,328
5,985
1,400
22,836
29,700
24,503
28,400
96,726
8,713
105,439
47
48
50
51
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
16,000
84,000
100,000
80,726
75,287(L)
5,439
2,719
75,287
2,720
78,007
Amount estimated as owing to the Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Less:-
Balance of advance payments of $80,000,00 made to Union Steamships Limited to the end of Voyage 46 of the SS
Voyage 49 of the SS Yukon Princess (Schedule I)
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
TM/gb
May 18, 1954
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
52,035
47,788
51,427
53,270
1,328
7,561
3,675
2,193
53,363
55,349
55,102
55,463
204,520
14,757
219,277
25,121
21,316
25,000
25,000
24,877
25,124
25,000
25,000
49,998
46,440
50,000
50,000
96,437
100,001
196,438
108,083
85,244(L)
22,839
11,419
85,244
11,420
Objd64
96,664
96,664.00
Cassiar and
- 32,318.13
$ 64,345.87 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the Estimated,Amount Owing by the Canadian Pacific Railway to Union Steamships Limited as at May 19 > 1954
Voyage # SS Yukon Princess Voy 50 to Voy53 Voy#  SS Cassiar  Voy, 47 to Voy51
Canadian  Union
Pacific Steamships Combined
Railway  Limited   Totals
Revenue
Disbursements
50
51
52
53
30,527
24,073
26,924
26,270
1,576
3,675
793
30,527
25,649
30,599
27,063
107,794
6,044
113,838
50
51
52
53
21,121
17,316
21,000
21,000
3,877
4,124
4,000
4,000
24,998
21,440
25,000
25,000
80,437
16,001
96,438
27,357
9,957(L)17,400
s(L)
27,357
8,700
9,957
8,700
18,657
18,657
Canadian   Union
Pacific   Steamships Combined
Railway   Limited   Totals
47
48
50
51
21,508
23,715
24,503
27,000
1,328
5,985
1,400
22,836
29,700
24,503
28,400
96,726
8,713
105,439
47
48
50
51
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
16,000
84,000
100,000
80,726
75,287(L)
5,439
80,726
2,719
75,287
2,720
78,007
78,007
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of Profit or Loss(L)
Balance owing or receivable
Amount estimated as owing to the Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Less:-*
Balance of advance payments of $80,000.00 made to Union Steamships Limited to the end of Voyage 46 of the SS
Voyage 49 of the SS Yukon Princess (Schedule I)
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
TM/gb
May 18, 1954
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
Combined
Totals
52,035
47,788
51,427
53,270
1,328
7,561
3,675
2,193
53,363
55,349
55,102
55,463
204,520
14,757
219,277
25,121
21,316
25,000
25,000
24,877
25,124
25,000
25,000
49,998
46,440
50,000
50,000
96,437
100,001
196,438
108,083
85,244(L)
22,839
108,083
11,419
85,244
11,420
96.664
96,664
ir and
96,664.00
- 32,318.13
$ 64,345.87 /
0
9
1
17 toy 195*
Mr. 1. €. Beid  >
©eaaral Auditor
Canadian Bacific B&ilway So*
MONTREAL, Quefcee
Dear Ur. Reidi
B«* S.S. "Yutom ?^ticc,u," a g.jS. *{jaaaiar*
furtter to our letter of April 14, 1954, ao tera plaasuro
la enclosing two copies of the schedule snowing estiaated result
of     ions up to April 17, 195* ia tha ease of the *Yuaaa
Princess" and to April 26, 1954 in tha easa of tte "Caaaiar".
Ste stataaent shows that after applying tte f*O,0O0.GQ
paid oa ace:    r-il 20, 1954 and also the $40,000.00 paid on
account May 6, 195*, there is an «    ed amount owing to Union
Steaasaips Lifted of #37,636.57.
fours wry truly,
. -.:..-.-.    ;:■:■:■,:
jmy
W. A. E
Secretary
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c.ca ■mmmu 3&Ildimy aafll Benson UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Revenue
Disbursements
Schedule showing the Estimated Amount Owing by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount     or receivable
Distribution of Profit or Loss (L)
Balance
or receivable
to Union Steamships Limited as at April 26j  1954
jrp
s.
S. YUKON PRINCESS-Voy.
Canadian    Union
m - */L
if     y*
s
.S. CASSIAR-
Canadian
- Voy #4 to
•.Union
Voy. 4&
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Union
Voy.
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Voy.
Pacific
Steamships
'.Combined
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
No.
Railway
33,447
Limited
Totals-
No.
Railway
LimTted" ■-
Totals
Railway
Limited
Totals
T9
-
33,447
45
22,326
1,086
23,412
55,773
1,086
56,859
50
28,852
-
28,852
46
23,940
452
24,392
52,792
452
53,244
51
23,281
1,577
24,858
47
21,508
1,328
22,836
44,789
2,905
47,694
52
26,924
3,675
30,599
48
23,715
5,985
29,700
50,639
9,660
60,299
50
24,503
115,992
8,851
24,503
124,843
24,503
228,496
14,103
24,503
112,504
5,252
117,756
242,599
4-9
21,984
q  3,266
25,250
45
4,093
21,000
25,093
26,077
24,266
50,343
50
21,121
3,877
24,998
46
4,223
21,000
25,223
25,344
24,877
50,221
51
17,316
4,124
21,440
47
4,000
21,000
25,000
21,316
25,124
46,440
52
21,000
4,000
25,000
48
4,000
21,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50
4,000
21,000
25,000
4,000
21,000
25,000
81,421   15,267   96,688
31,083   10,015 (L)21,068
10,015
10,534   10,534
20,316   105,000  125,316   101,737
95,676
96,149
10,298
20.549
23ML
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Add:-
Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway as per Schedule 3k dated April 14, 1954
Less:-
Advance payments received by Union Steamships Limited as follows:- $40,000.00 received April 20, 1954 and $40,000.00
received May 6, 1954
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
IMsGB
.May 10, 1954
120,267  222,004
96,l49(L)   473(L) 126,759    106,l64(p 20,595
106,164
116,461
116,461.00
1,175.57
117,636.57
- 80,000.00
$ 37,636.57 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the Estimated Amount Owing by the Canadiaft Pacific Railway Company
Revenue
Disbursements
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount ow.fv<, or receivable
Distribution of Profit or Loss (L)
Balance
or receivable
to Union Steamships Limited as at April 2,6,  1954  #T
$*&
S.
S. YUKON PRINCESS-Voy.
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships
Railway    Limited
33,447
28,852
23,28l    1,577
26,924    3,675
£S - 53.
#/ y*
Combined
Totals-
33,447
28,852
24,858
30,599
s
.S. CASSIAR.
- Voy 44 to
Voy. 4€
Combined Vessels
Voy.
No.
T9
50
51
52
Voy.
No.
46
47
48
50
45
46
47
48
50
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
22,326
23,940
21,508
23,715
24,503
115,992
4,093
4,223
4,000
4,000
4,000
Union
Steamships
Limited' --
1,086
452
1,328
5,985
8,851
21,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
'.Combined
Totals
23,412
24,392
22,836
29,700
24,503
124,843
25,093
25,223
25,000
25,000
25,000
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
55,773
52,792
44,789
50,639
24,503
228,496
Union
Steamships
Limited
1,086
452
2,905
9,660
14,103
Combined
Totals
5^,859
53,244
47,694
60,299
24,503
112,504
21,984
21,121
17,316
21,000
, ,5,252
q   3,266
3,877
4,124
4,000
117,756
25,250
24,998
2l,44o
25,000
242,599
49
50
51
52
26,077
25,344
21,316
25,000
4,000
24,266
24,877
25,124
25,000
21,000
50,343
50,221
46,440
50,000
25,000
81,421   15,261
96,688
31,083   10,015 (L)21,068
20,316   105,000  125,316   101,737
95,676
96,149(L)   473(L) 126,759
10,015
10,534   10,534
 20,549
96,149
10,298
95,912
, ;    ■-.  ■
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Adds-
Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway as per Schedule _1 dated April 14, 1954
Less:-
Advance payments received by Union Steamships Limited as follows:- $40,000.00 received April 20, 1954 and $40,000.00
received fey 6, 1954
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
IM:GB
May 10, 1954
120,267  222,004
106,164(L) 20,595
106,164
10,297
116,461
116,461.00
1,175.57
117,636.57
- 80,000.00
$ 37,636.57 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the Estimated Amount Owing by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
to Union Steamships Limited as at April 26, 1954  j? so
Revenue
Disbursements
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount «wm  or receivable
Distribution of Profit or Loss (L)
Balance
or receivable
S.S. YUKON PRINCESS-Voy. 48 - gl
Voy.
No.
"59
50
51
52
49
50
51
52
Canadian
Pacific
Railwaj
337447
28,852
23,281
26,924
Union
Steamships
Limited
1,577
3,675
0     s~*.
Combined
Totals
33,447
28,852
24,858
30,599
S.S. CASSIAR- Voy 44 to Voy. 46
112,504
5,252   117,756
21,984
21,121
17,316
21,000
3,266
3,877
4,124
4,000
25,250
24,998
21,440
25,000
Voy.
No.
~m
46
47
48
50
45
46
47
48
50
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
22,326
23,940
21,508
23,715
24,503
.Union
Steamships
Limited' -
1,086
452
1,328
5,985
'.Combined
Totals
23,412
24,392
22,836
29,700
24,503
115,992
4,093
4,223
4,000
4,000
4,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
21,000
25,093
25,223
25,000
25,000
25,000
81,421    15,261
96,688
31,083   10,015 (L)21,068
10,015
10,534    10,534
95,676
f$3 & ?i
96,149
20,549
95,912
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
55,773
52,792
44,789
50,639
24,503
8,851  124,843   228,496
26,077
25,344
21,316
25,000
4,000
20,316   105,000  125,316   101,737
96,149(L)   473(L) 126,759
10,298
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Add:-
Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway as per Schedule _1 dated April l4, 1954
Less;-
Advance payments received by Union Steamships Limited as follows:- $40,000.00 received April 20, 1954 and $40,000,00
received May 6, 1954
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
IM:GB
May 10, 1954
Union
Steamships
Limited
1,086
452
2,905
9,660
Combined
Totals
56,859
53,244
47,694
60,299
2^503
14,103  242,599
24,266
24,877
25,124
25,000
21,000
50,343
50,221
46,440
50,000
25,000
120,267  222,004
106,164(l) 20,595
106,164
10,297
116,461
116,461.00
1,175.57
117,636.57
- 80,000.00
$ 37,636.57 Zh April *»li
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BRITISH    COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP    SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing
the Estimated
Amount Owing by
the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
to Union Steamships Limited
as at
April 5,  1954
Combined Vessels
S.
,S. YUKON
Canadian
PRINCESS-Voy.
Union
48 - 51
S*S. CASSIAR-
Canadian
• Voy 44 to Voy. 46
Union
1
Canadian
Union
Voy,
, Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Voy.
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
No.
Railway
Limited
Totals
No.
Railway
Limited
Totals
Railway
Limited
Totals
Revenue
W
24,331
4,891
29,222
44
27,186
892
28,078
51,517
5,783
57,300
49
34,661
aa
34,661
45
20,679
1,086
21,765
55,340
1,086
56,426
50
28,852
m
28,852
46
23,480
452
23,932
52,332
452
52,784
51
23,281
1,577
24,858
47
20,163
1,328
21,491
43,444
2,905
46,349
Disbursements
48
48
44
23,715
115,223
5,985
9,743
29,700
124,966
23,715
226,348
26,481
5,985
16,211
25,025
29,700
242,559
52,366
111,125
21,122
6,468
3, mi
117,593
24,303
5,359
22,644
28,003
49
21,984
3,266
25,250
45
4,094
21,000
25,094
26,078
24,266
50,344
50
21,000
4,000
25,000
46
4,223
21,000
25,223
25,223
25,000
50,223
51
22,000
4,000
26,000
47
48
4,000
4,000
21,676
21,000
21,000
106,644
25,000
25,000
128,320
26,000
4,000
107,782
25,000
21,000
121,091
51,000
25,000
228,873
86,106
14,447
100,553
Profit or Loss  (L)
25,019
7,979 L
17,040
93,547
96,901 L
3,354 L
118,566
104,880 L
13,686
Amount                or receivable
ss
7,979
96,901
104,880
Distribution of Profit or Loss
Balance   *wn       or receivable
i (L)
8,520
8,520
16,49?
6,843
6,843
111,723
95,224
Amount estimated as owing
to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Rai
lway Company
as above
111,723.00
Balance of advance
payment
of
$125,000.00
made to Union Steamships Limited
to the
end of Voy.43 of the
s.s.  CASSIAR i
and Voy.
k7
of the s.s.
YUKON PRINCESS      (Schedule l)
24,120.09
Balance estimated as owing
to Union Steamships Limited by the
Canadian Pacific
Railway Company
$ 87,602.91
TM:NP
i
April Ik/3k
• UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
•
V
BRITISH    COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP    SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing
the Estimated
Amount Owing by
the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
to Union Steamships Limited
as at
April 5,  1954
Combined Vessels
S,
.S. YUKON
Canadian
PRINCESS-Voy.
Union
48 - 51
£
.,B» CASSIAR-
Canadian
- Voy 44 to
Union
Voy. 48
Canadian
Union
Voy,
. Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Voy.
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
Pacific
Steamships
Combined
No.
Railway
Limited
Totals
No.
Railway
Limited
Totals
Railway
Limited
Totals
Revenue                                                               58
24,331
4,891
29,222
44
27,186
892
28,078
51,517
5,783
57,300
49
34,661
*m
34,661
45
20,679
1,086
21,765
55,340
1,086
56,426
50
28,852
m
28,852
46
23,480
452
23,932
52,332
452
52,784
51
23,281
1,577
24,858
47
20,163
1,328
21,491
43,444
2,905
46,349
Disbursements                                                  48
48
44
23,715
115,223
5,359
5,985
9,743
22,644
29,700
124,966
28,003
23,715
226,348
26,481
5,985
16,211
25,025
29,700
242,559
52,306
111,125
6,468
117,593
21,122
3,ibi
24,303
k9
21,984
3,266
25,250
45
4,094
21,000
25,094
26,078
24,266
50,344
50
21,000
4,000
25,000
46
4,223
21,000
25,223
25,223
25,000
50,223
51
22,000
4,000
26,000
47
4,000
21,000
25,000
26,000
25,000
51,000
48
4,000
21,676
21,000
106,644
25,000
128,320
4,000
107,782
21,000
121,091
25,000
228,873
86,106
14,447
100,553
Profit or Loss  (L)
Amount    v/r*f<   or receivable
25,019
7,979 L
17,040
93,547
96^901 L
96,901
3,354 L
118,566
104,880 L
13,686
J.S 0/f
7,979
//•
104,880
Distribution of Profit or Loss  (L)
Balance  o**wt    or receivable
8,520
8,520
16,49?
/&71
6,843
6,843
111,723
95,224
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
as above
111,723.00
Balance of advance payment of $125,000.00
made to Union Steamships Limited
to the
end of Voy.43 of the
s.s. CASSIAR and Voy. k7 of the s.s.
YUKON PRINCESS      (Schedule l)
24,120.09
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the
Canadian Pacific
Railway Company
$ 87A602.9JL
TM:NP
April Ik/5k Revenue
Disbursements
Profit or Loss  (L)
Amount   *w«"<   or receivable
Distribution of Profit or Loss
Balance                or receivable
Amount estimated as owing to I
Less:-
Balance of advance payment of
s.s. CASSIAR and Voy. 47
Balance estimated as owing
TM:NP
April 14/54
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH    COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP    SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the Estimated Amount Owing by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
to Union Steamships Limited as at April 5,  1954
•
•
•
Combined Vessels
S.
Voy.
No.
W
49
50
51
48
49
50
51
> (L)
Jnion Steamsh
$125,000.00
of the s.s.
to Union Ste
S. YUKON
Canadian
, Pacific
Railway
24,331
34,661
28,852
23,281
PRINCESS-Voy.
Union
Steamships
Limited
4,891
1,577
48 - 51
Combined
Totals
29,222
34,661
28,852
24,858
Voy.
No.
44
45
46
47
48
44
45
46
47
48
ic Rai
to the
acific
.3. CASSIAR- Voy 44  to
Canadian          Union
Pacific        Steamships
Railway          Limited
27,186                892
20,679            1,086
23,480               452
20,163           1,328
23,715           5,985
115,223           9,743
5,359        22,644
4,094           21,000
4,223          21,000
4,000          21,000
4,000          21,000
21,676        106,644
93,547          96,901 L
96,901
Voy. 48
Combined
Totals
28,078
21,765
23,932
21,491
29,700
124,966
28,003
25,094
25,223
25,000
25,000
128,320
3,354  L
1
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
51,517
55,340
52,332
43,444
23,715
226,348
26,078
25,223
26,000
4,000
107,782
118,566
Union
Steamships
Limited
5,783
1,086
452
2,905
5,985
16,211
25,825
24,266
25,000
25,000
21,000
121,091
104,880 L
Combined
Totals
57,300
56,426
52,784
46,349
29,700
242,559
52,366
50,344
50,223
51,000
25,000
228,873
13,686
111,125
6,468
117,593
21,122
21,984
21,000
22,000
3,181
3,266
4,000
4,000
24,303
25,250
25,000
26,000
86,106       14,447          100,553
25,019         7,979 L         17,040
7,979
8,520         8,520
16,499
ips Limited by the Canadian Pacif
made to Union Steamships Limited
YUKON PRINCESS      (Schedule l)
amships Limited by the Canadian P
1(2, 7/4
6,843
104,880
6,843
111,723
95,224
Iway Company as above
end of Voy.43 of the
Railway Company
111,723.00
24,120.09
$ 87^602.91 \   V
V
V
April, 1, 1954
Mr* i. e. mm
Auditor
feelflo aattany eo.
3, %a*%oe
§■* s*g* * i«o*Qo;'Voa* S.&. '-'Cassiar*
to oar latter of Jofcwary U, 195*, *o ten
in enclosing two eopies of tho ecbeattl* sli^wf ag
eetiastea raeult of ope: ap to p3 ii, 1954 in
tbe eooo ff tho "Yukon Mneose* oat to Feeruary 20, 195*
ia tlto warn of the *l3e*slar*.
me statement stow that after applying th* #70,000.00
peM On account, an January 14, 195% oat eiao t&e #55*000.00
paid oa account March 2, 195*, thesa is aa estiraatad
owing *o •§•*■ Steaaships Limited of $44,034.61.
9m*m twqr tmdy.
v* a, mm
WAR/Bd
c.c. Capt. 0. J. Williams
waVo, Mr. I. A. Mills
c.c. Mr. ?. R. Duncan
c.c. Mr. P. 0. Baries
c.c. Mr. 0. C. Brooks
c.c. Messrs. Solloway and Benson
c.c. Messrs. McBean and McLean UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
Revenue
Disbursements
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount o^ing   or receivable
Distribution of profit or loss (L)
Balance
or receivable
Schedule showing
to
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
the Estimated Amount Owing by Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Union Steamships Limited as at February 20, 1954
Combined Vessel
S
.S.YUKON PRINCESS-Voy.
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships
Railway    Limited
24,428    4,891
37,979
48 & 49
Combined
Totals
29,319
37,979
s
.S. CASSIAR-
•Voy. 43 to
Voy. 46
s
Voy.
No.
48
49
Voy.
No.
43
44
45
46
43
44
45
46
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
29,398
27,186
20,679
23,480
100,743
4,917
5,000
5,000
5,000
19,917
80,826
Union
Steamships
Limited
892
1,086
452
2,430
20,708
22,000
21,000
21,000
84,708
82,278 L
82,278
Combined
Totals
29,398
28,078
21,765
23,932
103,173
25,625
27,000
26,000
26,000
104,625
1,452 L
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
53,826
65,165
20,679
23,480
163,150
26,039
29,000
8,339
5,000
68,378
94,772
4,534
Union
Steamships
Limited
4,891
892
1,086
452
7,321
23,889
25,200
22,935
21,000
93,024
85,703 L
85,703
4,535
90,238
Combined
Totals
58,717
66,057
21,765
23,932
48
49
Overhaul
62,407
21,122
24,000
3,339
4,891
3,181
3,200
1,935
67,298
24,303
27,200
5,274
170,471
49,928
54,200
31,274
26,000
48,461
13,946
8,316
3,425 L
56,777
10,521
l6l,402
9,069
5,260
3,425
5,261
8,686
81,552
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railvay Company as above 90,238
Less:
Balance of advance payment remaining of $125,000 made to Union Steamships Limited to the end. of Voy9k2  of the ScS« Cassiar
and Voy, ^7 of the S.S* Yukon Princess (Schedule i) lj-6,203.39
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company Mr,03^.6l
tm/md
March 31, 1954 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
Revenue
Disbursements
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule showing the Estimated Amount Owing by Canadian Pacific Railway Company
to Union Steamships Limited as at February 20, 195^
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount      or receivable
Distribution of profit or loss (l)
Balance *MHffr or receivable
5,260
3,^25
5,26l
82,2?8
^53^
85,703
^,535
8,686
81,552
90,238
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Less:
Balance of advance payment remaining of $125,000 made to Union Steamships Limited to the end of Voy.1+2 of the
and Voy. kj  of the S.S* Yukon Princess (Schedule l)
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Cassiar
s
.S.YUKON PRINCESS-Voy.
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships
Railway    Limited
24,428     4,891
37,979
48 & 49
Combined
Totals
29,319
37,979
s,
,8. CASSIAR-
-Voy. 43 to
Voy. 46
Combined Vessels
Voy.
No.
48
49
Voy.
No.
43
44
45
46
43
44
45
46
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
29,398
27,186
20,679
23,480
100,743
4,917
5,000
5,000
5,000
19,917
80,826
Union
Steamships
Limited
892
1,086
452
2,430
20,708
22,000
21,000
21,000
84,708
82,278 L
Combined
Totals
29,398
28,078
21,765
23,932
103,173
25,625
27,000
26,000
26,000
104,625
1,452 L
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
53,826
65,165
20,679
23,480
163,150
26,039
29,000
8,339
5,000
68,378
94,772
Union
Steamships
Limited
4,891
892
1,086
452
7,321
23,889
25,200
22,935
21,000
93,024
85,703 L
Combined
Totals
58,717
66,057
21,765
23,932
48
49
Overhaul
62,407
21,122
24,000
3,339
4,891
3,l8l
3,200
1,935
67,298
24,303
27,200
5,274
170,471
49,928
54,200
31,274
26,000
48,461
13,946
8,316
3,425 L
56,777
10,521
161,402
9,069
90,238
46,203.39
44,034.61
tm/md
March 31, 1954 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
Revenue
Disbursements
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount      or receivable
Distribution of profit or loss (l)
Balance
or receivable
Schedule showing
to
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
the Estimated Amount Owing by Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Union Steamships Limited as at February 20, 1954
Combined Vessel
S
.S.YUKON PRINCESS-Voy.
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships
Railway    Limited
24,428     4,891
37,979
48 & 49
Combined
Totals
29,319
37,979
s
.S. CASSIAR-Voy. 43 to
Voy. 46
s
Voy.
No.
48
49
Voy.
No.
43
44
45
46
43
44
45
46
Canadian    Union
Pacific   Steamships
Railway    Limited
29,398
27,186      892
20,679    1,086
23,480      452
100,743     2,430
4,917    20,708
5,000   22,000
5,000   21,000
5,000   21,000
19,917   84,708
80,826   82,278 L
82,278
Combined
Totals
29,398
28,078
21,765
23,932
103,173
25,625
27,000
26,000
26,000
104,625
1,452 L
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
53,826
65,165
20,679
23,480
163,150
26,039
29,000
8,339
5,000
68,378
94,772
4,534
90 ait
Union
Steamships
Limited
4,891
892
1,086
452
7,321
23,889
25,200
22,935
21,000
93,024
85,703 L
85,703
4,535
90,238
Combined
Totals
58,717
66,057
21,765
23,932
48
49
Overhaul
62,407
21,122
24,000
3,339
4,891
3,181
3,200
1,935
67,298
24,303
27,200
5,274
170,471
49,928
54,200
31,274
26,000
48,461
13,946
8,316
3,425 L
56,777
10,521
161,402
9,069
5,260
3,425
5,261
8,686
81,552
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above 90,238
Less:
Balance of advance payment remaining of $125,000 made to Union Steamships Limited to the end of Voy.k2  of the ScS« Cassiar
and Voy, hj  of the S.S* Yukon Princess (Schedule i) U6,203«39
Balance estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company kk,03k.6l
tm/md
March 31. 1954 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
S. S. CASSIAR
Statement of Monthly Revenue and
Expenditures as recorded hy Union Steamships Limited
for the period from January 1 1953 to March 31 1953
January 1953 February 1953 March 1953  Total
Revenue
Freight 2,781.95     142.95     5,149-22  8,074.12
Notes:
Disbursements
Stevedoring 2,317.39 3,381.30 4,995*86 10,694.55
Wages 10,405.19 9,926.78 10,139.59 30,471.56
Fuel 4,889.91 2,944.19 3,808.46 11,642.56
Insurance 1,982.28 1,427.33 1,580.26 4,989.87
Depreciation 1,725.93 1,570.07 1,738.29 5,034.29
Overhaul 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 7,500.00
Stores and Repairs 1,119.78 1,400.27 1,535-81 4,055-86
Meals 1,025.44 963.97 1,238.65 3,228.06
Miscellaneous 1,492.01 1,724.20 2,752.01 5,968.22
27,457.93 25,838.11 30,288.93 83,584.97
Loss 24,675.98   25,695.16    25,139.71 75,510.85
(1) Stevedoring includes cargo overtime and stevedoring assessments.
(2) Wages includes provision for retro-active pay and wage assessments.
(3) Stores and repairs includes laundry and shop labour.
(4) Miscellaneous includes - Pallet Board proportion and interest, berthage,
port charges, claims, stationery, etc.
HRB/md
June 3 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
S. S. CASSIAR
Statement of Revenue and Disbursements
as recorded by Union Steamships Limited
for the month of ApriZ 1953
Union
Steamships
Limited
Revenue
Revenue
9,433-45
Disbursements
Stevedoring
Wages
Fuel
Insurance
Depreciation
Overhaul
Stores and Repairs
Meals
Miscellaneous
5,556.09
10,080.1*8
3,717-24
1,529-28
1,682.21
2,500.00
1,187.55
2,127.49
2,661.89
31,042.23
Loss for the month of April
21,608.78
HRB/md
June 3 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
S. S. CASSIAR
Statement of Monthly Revenue and
Expenditures as recorded by Union Steamships Limited
for the period from January 1 1953 to March 31 1953
January 1953 February 1953 March 1953  Total
Revenue
Freight 2,781-95     142.95     5,l49«22  8,074.12
Notes:
Disbursements
Stevedoring 2,317.39 3,381.30 4,995.86 10,694.55
Wages 10,405.19 9,926.78 10,139.59 30,471.56
Fuel 4,889.91 2,944.19 3,808.46 11,642.56
Insurance 1,982.28 1,427-33 1,580.26 4,989.87
Depreciation 1,725-93 1,570.07 1,738.29 5,034.29
Overhaul 2,500.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 7,500.00
Stores and Repairs 1,119.78 1,400.27 1,535-81 4,055-86
Meals 1,025-44 963.97 1,238.65 3,228.06
Miscellaneous 1,492.01 1,724.20 2,752.01 5,968.22
27,457.93 25,838.11 30,288.93 83,584.97
Loss 24,675.98   25,695.16    25,139.71 75,510.85
il) Stevedoring includes cargo overtime and stevedoring assessments.
2) Wages includes provision for retro-active pay and wage assessments.
3) Stores and repairs includes laundry and shop labour.
(4) Miscellaneous includes - Pallet Board proportion and interest, berthage,
port charges, claims, stationery, etc.
HRB/md
June 3 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
S. S. CASSIAR
Statement of Revenue and Disbursements
as recorded by Union Steamships Limited
for the month of ApriZ 1953
Union
Steamships
Limited
Revenue
Revenue
9,^33^5
Disbursements
Stevedoring
Wages
Fuel
Insurance
Depreciation
Overhaul
Stores and Repairs
Meals
Miscellaneous
5,556.09
10,080.48
3,717-24
1,529-28
1,682.21
2,500.00
1,187.55
2,127.49
2,661.89
31,042.23
Loss for the month of April
21,608.78
HRB/md
June 3 1953 ~ *
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C&aadlea Pacific Ray. Co.
3, Quebec
Mr. Reid:
We have to tteak yoa for your letter of December 3 1953 aoteowle&E.
receipt of oar stetaosat of Soveatoer 25 1953 ate notifying as that tte
Mmi shown of $39,719-7? ted. teea placet In tte I riete
aent.
OKI Decanter 3 1953 we forwarded expease bills in conn, ct ion with tte
"cfoilliwejk* Voyage *6l for freight carriei oa C.f.8. tells ef lading
aaoaatiag to $81,603.90.
She usual ststeaeat stewiag tte result of tte joint operations up to
foyaga tt of tte "Yukon Princess* and foyage 39 «ff tte "fiaasiar" tes teea
forsmr&eS separately today.   fte balaace owiag to Ma eoapaay Is |74,747.S%
(before tte CJ.P.R. rei m for 139,719-78 which tes sot yet h««a Keealvte).
te enclose a statement reflecting tte estlaatei reveaua and expease® of
tte "Yukon P. :-n and RCassiar* to the i i of Voyage a? and k® eadiag
»r 21 ate 16 respectively.   Ae you will aota froa tte attaeted state-
astianta sa saoaat receivable from tte C.P.I, of |?4,913*00.
fetaUlag tte above figures ae are due to receive 1171,266.7^, ate of
course, since those dates another south tes nearly passed and tte total now
owiag to Uaioa ateaaships tttetea will te nearer to |§QO,aoo.O0 tefore
eteactiag tte #39,?19.7o referred to atewe.
te request that the liability of $7^*913.00 he paid to as without waiting
for tte usual tetaHed ox - will aot te reeJy aatil
January 195^ la tte ease of Voya#i %7 of tte »Iteoa Princess* ate voyage ^t
of tte *Casslar*. ur* H ©a mm m§m mmmm u 1993
m mm m to ®mi& taring **<& * ]*T0t outs jg figwo in
futun «al w nlfli to &r»mg» to atftait mUMM It tn* mult of omIi
TOjmg@ mm mm *» fomuthX® uhmtmg tta mmvmt mm&mhl® or jprnsfmhlm in
eoaaftG&lott ultli ttat wym@§ #JjiU^r to tta gt*t«mat &tteetad#    fogwmt
to bi wmtm m sce^imt iaoftttifttalya mtojoet ta « aitf «»dit at
a later date.
Towro *■*? truly,
w. ib Rftia
0aea Ur* looks
e.e. Mr* Batiks
0*0 a   0&pt*   WllLlMHl
c.c. lira Meteon, Mr* Netaaa UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule Showing the Estimated Amount Owing by Canadian Pacific Railway Company
 To Union Steamships Limited as at November 21 1953	
S.S.YUKON PRINCESS-Voy.45-46-47 for S.S.CASSIAR-Voy. 40-41-42 for the
Revenue
Disbursements
the period Sept.21 to Nov. 21 1953
Canadian  Union
Pacific  Steamships Combined
Railway   Limited   Totals
28,457     230   28,687
22,070 22,070
Voy.
No.
-55
46
47
45
46
47
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of profit or Loss (L)
Balance  owing or receivable
20,763
1,979
22,742
71,290
2,209
73,499
24,380
19,080
22,260
4,451
2,646
2,500
28,831
21,726
24,760
65,720
9,597
75,317
5,570
7,388 L
1,818 L
period Sept.l4 to Nov. 16 1953
Canadian Union
Voy. Pacific Steamships Combined
No. Railway Limited Totals
~4"o"~  26,651 4,689 31,340
41   34,972 700 35,672
^2   31,154 1,920 33,074
40
41
42
5,570
909 L
7^88^
909 L
92,777
7,309
100,086
4,800
4,100
4,100
22,146
21,254
21,000
26,946
25,354
25,100
13,000
64,400
77,400
79,777
57,091 L
22^686
6,479
6,479
79,777
11,343
57,091
11,343
8,434  68,434
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Add:
Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited
Statement of inter-company "balance to Voyage 44 of "Yukon Princess" and 39 of "Cassiar"
"Chilliwack" freight charges voyage 46l as per letter of December 3 1953 to Mr. H. C. Reid
Total amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as at November 21 1953
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
Union
Steamships
Limited
164,067    9,518
78,720  73,997
85,347  64,479 L
85,347  64,479
10,434  10,434
74,913
$74,913
74,747.84
21,605.90
$171,266.74
Combined
Totals
173,585
152,717
20,868
(Note:
HRB/md
December 11 1953
We have been advised by a letter dated December 3 1953 from Mr. H. C. Reid that
$39,719.78 of the above $74,747.84 has been placed in the appropriate channel
for payment). UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule Showing the Estimated Amount Owing by Canadian Pacific Railway Company
To Union Steamships Limited as at November 21 1953
Revenue
Disbursements
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing or receivable
Distribution of profit or Loss
Balance owing or receivable
S.S.YUKON PRINCESS-Voy.*^-1^-1^ for
the period Sept.21 to Nov. 21 1953
Canadian  Union
Voy. Pacific  Steamships Combined
No.  Railway   Limited   Totals
~T$       28,457     230   28,687
k6
h7
h5
k6
kl
S.S.CASSIAR-Voy. 40-^1-42 for the
period Sept.lU to Nov. 16 1953
22,070
20,763
1,979
22,070
22,742
71,290
2,209
73,499
24,380
19,080
22,260
4,451
2,646
2,500
28,831
21,726
24,760
65,720
9,597
75,317
5,570
7,388 L
1,818 :
Voy.
No.
To"
41
42
40
41
42
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
26,651
Union
Steamships
Limited
4,689
Combined
Totals
31,340
(L)
5,570
909 L
909 L
34,972
31,154
700
1,920
35,672
33,074
92,777
7,309
100,086
4,800
4,100
4,100
22,146
21,254
21,000
26,946
25,354
25,100
13,000
64,400
77,400
79,777
57,091 L
22^686
6,479      6,479
79,777 57,091
11,343 11,343
68,434  68,434
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Add:
Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited
Statement of inter-company balance to Voyage 44 of "Yukon Princess" and 39 of "Cassiar"
"Chilliwack" freight charges voyage 46l as per letter of December 3 1953 to Mr. H. C. Reid
Total amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as at November 21 1953
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
85,347
10,434
Union
Steamships
Limited
64,479
10,434
74,913   74,913
$74,913
74,747.84
21,605.90
$171,266.74
Combined
Totals
164,067
9,518
173,585
78,720
73,997
152,717
85,347
64,479 L
20,868
(Note:
HRB/md
December 11 1953
We have been advised by a letter dated December 3 1953 from Mr. H. C. Reid that
$39^719»78 of the above $7^,7^7.84 has been placed in the appropriate channel
for payment). Revenue
Disbursements
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Schedule Showing the Estimated Amount Owing by Canadian Pacific Railway Company
 To Union Steamships Limited as at November 21 1953	
S.S.YUKON PRINCESS-Voy.45-46-47 for S.S.CASSIAR-Voy. 40-41-42 for the
the period Sept.21 to Nov. 21 1953
Canadian Union
Voy. Pacific Steamships Combined
No.  Railway Limited   Totals
~4"5  28,457 230   28,687
46  22,070 22,070
^7  20,763 1,979   22,742
71,290 2,209   73,499
45
46
47
period Sept.l4 to Nov. 16 1953
Canadian Union
Voy. Pacific Steamships Combined
No. Railway Limited    Totals
~W    26,651 4,689    31,340
41 34,972 700     35,672
42 31,154 1,920    33,074
92,777 7,309 100,086
24,380
19,080
22,260
4,451
2,646
2,500
28,831
21,726
24,760
40
41
42
Profit or Loss (L)
Amount owing °r receivable
Distribution"of profit or Loss (L)
Balance owing or receivable
65,720   9,597   75,317
5,570    7,388 L   1,818 L
4,800
4,100
4,100
22,146
21,254
21^000
26,946
25,354
25,100
13,000
64,400
77,400
79,777  57,091 L
5,570
909 L
7,388
909 L
6,479
797777 57,091
11,343 n,343
68,434  687434
22,686
Amount estimated as owing to Union Steamships Limited by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company as above
Add:
Amount owing to Union Steamships Limited
Statement of inter-company balance to Voyage 44 of "Yukon Princess" and 39 of "Cassiar"
"Chilliwack" freight charges voyage 46l as per letter of December 3 1953 to Mr. H. C. Reid
Total amount owing to Union Steamships Limited as at November 21 1953
Combined Vessels
Canadian
Pacific
Railway
85,347
10,434
Union
Steamships
Limited
64,479
10,434
74,913   74,913
$74,913
74,747.84
21,605.90
$171,266.74
Combined
Totals
164,067
9,518
173,585
78,720
73,997
152,717
85,347
64,479 L
20,868
(Note;
HRB/md
December 11 1953
We have been advised by a letter dated December 3 ^953 from Mr. H. C. Reid that
$39,719.78 of the above $7^,7^7.84 has been placed in the appropriate channel
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31, of eeurse, wa teea raeelwte two
cheques froa yo*»-®aa ©a Jaswary 5 l. ' tte aaoaat af
#51,770.72 ate teewaryg* 1953 tat" | tag a
balance Witetaadteg at tte Sate af this tetter of '...12
te have exsplaiaed te Sriee fecteteoaee & Co. ate ttey
fcte fact ttet tenet ftgsrea are subject te ateit
by your represeatetiiras ate ttet tte figures at Beeeater 31,
1952 do aot reflect all ex®emm»} sate aa, ear§® claims ia
respect af tee mom recent wyeges settled ay tte 0. F, 1.
1
We enclose a draft af a latter *aateaeed te frlee
Haterteuse & Co. white ttey wish te obtain froa
fattra -amer truly,
w. k* mm
lAS/te iTim W ii ilia 11 r       111 lifiTi      ii i i~i immmmmmWmm
Wtl&H COOMB IA COAST 8?te&S£fiI» 3KSVICS
miiWiiiiiii limiiii ™*i i^iiiriiiiiiiiffiiTrj irari  >. ,,, <■  'TiTui ffTTi   iBSnni
CAME IAS PACIFIC HAZUOUt
JBff'i   ' i *ii    ii     iiiCfi in nil    ii ir       iHY
Stetminna eaowiaf tte tater-Coapaay Balance far eattlaneat tetuetm tea Cantdt—
Paeifie lailway fenpangr ate Union ftteaashlpa Unite* resulting fron tte Joint
Q&esatione of the a.a. V3KM PRlSCSSg, Voyaaea 1 te 32, to
tte a.a* CASSIA^ yoyagaa 1 te 85, te Decanter |lg 1^8.
29, 1958 ate
.11,11.111.1 -.,.>,
Profit te* bow froa
Operation*
Anotet Oeing or Beeetvable
Bietribat.LOB of Profit «p
Paeifie
ne abate
teyaaate by Union
United -
Ian* 8a 1991
tee. U 1991
Jam. 88 1958
Feyaenta te Canadian
teiiway m
tey   7*958
Attg. %■ 1952
«i^wj*.^na^^a^^F   v^w^^a^^^   Tff^e    ^P'aa ^ *a^ wa^a.«k'w
telnaee* dte at December 31 1958
in" 'gj—_vi 'a? 3*£5 ""Txi"''«v *^»""*i»*
fo Union
Met
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United
ten te anion
United
Jan.    5 1953
ten. 2* 1953
Balance due *Iaiaii
t.f«ft*A
Payments
•••.TUKOM PRIJKteaVtemftfflee 1-32
.~"j7*i!rSi   ...*ii *. ~'T?!X«i'.TiriTSrF** Twm«T*      i
Canadian      Union
Paeifie ateaateips      itebined
it*^,,,,,     hmm*     ..a****...
**1,33*.»3        888.980.3»
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186,7*6.3*
730,25*.57
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56,116.18
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^,OS5.57        n69.1»T.0a        5*1,833.61
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130,6^).eO
13m,6&s.*6
58,689.U
58,689*11
58,689^11
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876,800.08
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180,111.68
65,190*67
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3,869.3*
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•S*   B. C. Ceaat Sertieee - Ceaaeiaa Paeifie Saileay Company 42 sM -       * •     *     106.68 or   &0.444J
*7a§,4t4,59 #1,16?.11 CeabineS Bavmrn par tey 100£
- tm&msm w pis.
"A"   ftrate riaterteaae * Coatpeay ef Caaate Malted                                    f 6,783.30 - Dietereeaeata       133.71 or   15.10J*
W   a. C. Ceeet Semeea- Oaneeien Paeifie Saiteay Coapaay     {%)     544.133.64 - per day             _J|£MI «   Sd^O^
v-640,>lt .34                              ,,1,051.62 C«abine-« Metereawata par tey         lOOi
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- teto - Ineteded ia tte B. t. Coaat gorwteoo Metersoaeate (See (1) are tte felle«l*f fearly tmmmm -
Qeteter 3©tb.,1351 to leveater lf tb,,lf51 - See Pregreggiw ^mmrf feyegee / 1 te 13   20 Bays 13.813.^5
April 16te. ,lf52 te April 30tb.,1352 -   * ■ * •       #20 1$    * 22,424.30
«ey 1st. 135t te May 4te.,135t -    * * • m      0** 4   « 6.330.06
May flte.,1352 ta Jane 24te.,1353 '113125 Or.       28,661.11
fad., 1352 teteweater 26te., 19$2 -   • * * m      m *5   * 26.311. JS0ES2L
m
11
fSte.1351
April 27tb.iaiyl6tb.1951
ley 17th.iaae Tte.1351
lane Bth.Juna 25th. 1951
Jane 26tb.Jely 3rd.l951
July 4th. July Ute.1951
July im, tenant 9te.l95l
Aagaat iOth.Aagoat 30te.l951
• num wmmomm a ®m&m or G®um ximi-isd -
23km
ft A
B
1* A
B
& A
■
• A
11
12
13
# A
■
29 A
21 A
■
31st.iepteater ffte.1951   29 A
1
29te.Oeteter 22.1951     24 A
B
Oeteber 23*1951 October 29te«1951 7 A
S
19tb. December iOth.lfSlfef A
1
lite, Beeeteer ljte.1951     n
Adjasteenta - February let te
31at,,1951- teyagea l-l$(z0)0
amS^Sw^SSBSSsSMimaum^Y ' 37
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A   635.78
33.4«3.55
34,119.33
A
1
10,914*14
A
24,493.55
35,347.0
B
11,355.39
A
15,444.54
84,799.93
B
9,199.88
A
22.371.71
Jl.571.65
B
14,226.41
A
•••
14,226.41
B
11,011.13
A
-%-
11,011.73
B
15.557.13
A
11,391.11
21.554.24
B
26,743.07
A
12.880.19
39.623.26
B
54,336.71
A
s, 254.52
42,591.23
B
17,377.13
A
14,136.15
31,513.2S
B
4,275.00
A
••—
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B
9625.04
A
13.S15.52
23,440.56
B
4,134.60
A
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6,2*9.51
29.528.05
4,5*4.51
20,020.30
4,595.89
19,6t7.6B
3.542,35
11,734.17
1,734.35
6,363.40
1,919*32
6,028.10
3.9M.16
4,117.91
11.336.65
4,774.53
24.146.S3
3,181.94
I 21,521.13
103.65
5.136.15
2.616.35
B li,430.22
516.05
4,140.53
Bll,559*a*
A,5t9<r0.fS
35.Si1.3a
24,60441
24,223.51
21,216.52
S.15S.33
1,941.02
28,039.40
22,654.62
fs ,921.3s
24,103.61
5.640.40
21,064.51
4.6S6.5S
11.520.14
10,742.82
2,516.36
10,295.13
6.068.06
3,063*11
14.96S.64
13.669.85
6,309.61
2.313.99
JOSS.
1,698.23
545.16
1,565.40
461.38
M.024.51 16
13
IS
16
11
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19
21
22
23
24
16th.January 13te 1958   29 A   6,059.42
B 26,880.94
14tb. ^ternary lth.1952   26 A  8,2*4.54
* 24,204.00
MJaatoaata Beeeaber 16tbl95l
1th. ,1952 tey 14-15
ite. Pebraary 12 th. 1952 5   A   4,547.28
B
February 13tb.March 2ad,1952       19   A      500*02
B 2b,561.68
March 3rd. March llth.1952 9   A   5,428.86
B
Kerch 12th. Heron 31*1952 20   A 13,314*91
B 21,189*22
See tejuataenta Pebraery ite 1952
March 3l«t.l952 Toy 16*19
April 1st, April I5te. 1952        16   A 10413.98
B
Oterheal - April 16th., April   (...
30te., 1952 tgi
nay 5th, Say 26th.l952 *W A 15,102.,)
B 15,487.70
tee Oterteal - May let.1952 te
ley 4th. ,1952 Adjaateeate Voy 21(4)
Hay 27th. Jane 21et.l952
Jane 22nd.J una 24te.l952
26   A 12.321.28
B 14,134.30
3   A   l,m.7T
B
aa
See Adittsteante lay 27te.l952
te Juna 24th. 1952
Sum 25th. July 15tfa.l952
25 th. 1952
21   A   9.903.69
b m,031.14
B   564.31
32.940*36
32,428.54
603.32
4,547.28
27,061.70
5,428.86
30,504.13
A   3.683*30
B 26,418.14
A 4,193.01
B 25,191.88
B
A
A 1,461.78
B' 4,245,18
A 3,431*16
B 20,968.90
* 313.64
B 6,962.52
A 3413.13
B 18,992.39
232.21
Mr**.
A
B
10,813.98
31.18949
26,461,58
1,^1.11
A       514.21
B 11,164.38
A
S
A   3.155.93
8 20,481.24
A   4,148.85
B 24,054.23
A
a
A
B
B
49*30 Cr.
318*96 Cr*
itiifl
10,424.30
648.40
6,350.06(0}
154.56
490.04
2,749 .43
July 15th. 1952
21,934.83
B 21411.60     2,411.60
A   2,189.24
B 19,524*80
A
B
A
B
15*00
24.13
323.15
531.04
32,161.44
29,984,95
1.130.33
5.106.94
24,406.06
1,354/6
22,165*52
l,028.2a0r.
12,218.59
10,424.30
24,243*11
1,153*02
28,203.08
3.239.53
37.13
22,314.04
860.19
118.92
2,443.59
2,655.64
1.638*61
1,021.26
1,12641
1,15948
1,907.3©
1,40441
10,4
6,946.12
1.133*02
1,141.50
1,451.16
39.13
5.620.19
1,61041 •  «l
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26
21
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29
50
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after woyage
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Jaly 16th. August 5th.l952         21
August 6 th. A*tea4 26th. 1952     23
See yjaelniH July 16te.
Ateptet 2Sth. 1352 ^oy 25-26
August 23th* September 4th.l352 1
September 5 th. Sapteater 27
1952                                                  23
See Aajaaaaanae August 23th,1352
te Sapteaber 21te.l952 Toy 21
- 28
Septaater 28 th. .jetober 22ad.l952
25
See Adjaatacnts Sej         tr 28th
to jctober 22nd.l952 Toy 29
October 23ra.Moir«ber 1st. 1952 10
See Adjoeteente October 2}rd.
Beveater 1st.1952
OIBKIAUL - Bowember 2a«1952 to
»©*®«ter 2fetb,1952                      (25)
a 3.015.H
Bf4,051.33
A 2,004.33
833.70245
A 2,417,22
B	
A14,362.4B
831,561.32
A 2,696.91
826,236.18
A 4,555*11
B...	
A,.
3.,
A..
B».
A.,
ate
A.
a.
21,066.50
33.107*18
2,191*22
46,423.1©
28,933*09
4,555*11
3,502*01
A   3.501*18
3 20,724,18   ■
a   4,31247
B 23,973*91
A
B
A        5>i.U
1   5,953.90
A   4,103.24
B 25,634.04
A '
B
A   3,211.41
B 24,163.54
A
B
A       612.93
8   S,l604i
A
B
B.                   B
58.35
415*56
207.51
324.58
349.41
869.97
323.99
700.03
6,113.04
24,225.96
21,54644
413.91
6,258.01
21,739.28
532.09
27,440.95
1,219.38
8,71340
l,o24.02
6,113.04
244O.54
1,360.34
18,630.42
1,492,14
2,217,99
1
473.31
3.160.19
- .
532.09
1,219.38
4,218,69
6,813.04
2,307.71
194,30
mm     '"     "' '             3     ^   606   '
702,611.29 '
5475.30
~W.4I4.53
593,55545
PBOPlf - ¥oy
47.363.09
ages $1 to j
a68,8ir.y4"
0Q inelaeiwe
1111433.66'
66.121.95
61,56545
' 66,321.95'	  H
3. S. Quaaiar
Joint Operation - B. C. Coast Service
and. Irank  faaterhouae & Company
List of the large items of expense incurred by the Jrank Waterhouse
Company to which exoeption was taken in the audit of accounts	
Stevedoring
DOCS Bills 12/P-l, P-2, .---3, charged in BCCS expenses
and also charged in F.Y*. Co. expenses Voyages 2-4-5        2,883.75
Supervision - Sept.1951 20.00
Oct.  ■ 35.00
low.  " 36.00
2«®»  n 35.00 126.00
Wages
Stewards Dept. Wages of orew prior to joint operation 20.00
Engine Room *        a      a        «        *      a a 842.55
Hull & Desk *       • * »       " " 50.00
Lay Bays a Holidays aaa a ^12.67
Stewards Dept. Vsages charged to Blue Peter 11 April 30/51
and transferred to Sasslar account by
Journal mtry 3757 Dee*^0/51 88.54
" ■        Back fiiae to August 7, 1961 19li88
^agine Room * '      *        w      7,    ■ 30 #60
Hull a Deok • *      •        »      ff    a • 332.60
(Ship did not go into joint operation until)
(Sept.15/51. fhis back time charged by )
(Journal aitry 3653 How.30/51 )
Supervision - Sept.1961        75.00    Engine Rooa
Oct.     • 50.00        n ■
Hov.     * 75.00        " "
Deo.     " 75.00 " w 295.00
Sept. M    75.00 Hull & Deek
Hov.  ■    160.00   "
3*4. n 75.00   P     * 300.00
Meals ■
Gen*  S.S.Corp, Los Angeles, July 4th to 6th 268.16
San ifranoiseo, July iOth to 11th 43.19
AAng Bros., Victoria, July 16th 189.76
Stores and Supplies
Requisition f§af&,any 9/51 to U.S.S.Co.Stores
165 Sheets 306.90
180 Pillow Slips 132.45
11 Data towels 93.13
48 Pantry fowels 43.20
24 Slankets 77176
22 Ded Spreads 91.30
12 fable Cloths 42.48
4 Linen Bags 21.32 808.54
(This requisition ohargea to Blue Peter II)
(May 31/61. transferred to Onsaiar Joint }
(Operation aooount by Journal oitry *>757 )
(Deo.30/51. }
Sept. 7f573, Dishes,Pillows, Blankets, etc. 110.65
705, Bed Spreads, fowels, etc. 264.42
605, Carpet 43.40
w              1864, Sunk   ;•; Door Curtains 44.10
»    .          1859, Sheeting 64.02
*              1574, fable Cloths & Curtains 192.00
■ 9280, Material for Pillows 73.26
9256, Carpet 1^3,30
»                 649. CVrpat 43.00
■ 3740, lapeatry Curtains 28.36
■ Stores and supplies (Continued)
Simons Ltd. - In     JiT, dated Sf at.18/51
4 S.f.Mattresses 106.00
Cordon a Belyea - Pipe Sittings, Plumbers Supplies,fools    123.95
Engine B.   tores
Sen. S.S.Corp. Los Angeles, July 4th to 6th 42,77
■   n      "        San      m  July 10th to 11th 23.21
Gordon & Belyea - Pipe Fittings & fools 75.88
I. A. Borgerson - fools-68.48, Rubber Hose 87.00 156.48
Hull & Deck .   3
Gen.    terp. Los Angelen, July 4th to 6th 99.73
Simmons Ltd. - liattresses - ihvoioe 2365, Aug. 21/51 281.25
Durritt Bros. Lading Carpet 86.50
H. A. Borgerson - Shackles, etc. 150.02
Fire Hose 51.30
U.S.S.Co. Supplies froa Looker in Shea 7, Hope,Cable,etc. 629.10
(Charged in September 1951, no requisition to)
(support.                            )
Requisition Sept.1951 - ,a.eo.LIghts,Cable,etc. 85.33
Shop Labour and Repairs
Simmons Ltd. - Invoice 2687, Sept.5/51, Repairing
6 & ttresses 112.60
Sen. Refrig.3ngr. - Repairing Refrigerator 176.76
U.S.S.Co. Requisition 3389. 67 Shaokles, 28 fhimbles,
1 Swivel, 35 Life Belts ex a.S."Gapilano".
Reqn. bears notation made by Capt.Suffield
"Please charge at fc cost," Originally charged
at 96.43, later ©hinged to 192.86 192.86
Pacific Dry Dock Co. mv.IC286,Hov.30/51. - Alterations
not completed when vessel went into Joint
operation. Heavy Lift Derrick, etc. 1,137,50
elding Shop & Bagr. Co. - Krecting canopy for winch
operators 240.14
amine Room Repairs
Vancouver Pipe Works - Overhauling Refreigerator 214.76
Invoice 1430, Sept.19/51
Peacock Bros.,La Salle,Cue. Valves and Rings ordered
Sept.l4th, Invoiced Hov.23rd 137.75
Hull and Peek Repairs
Barvic itagr. Co. - Installing Radar 576.15
Vancouver Pipe Works - Repairing aad overhauling shades
Invoiee 1430, Sept.19/61 170.26
J. H. Hunter Co. - Invoice 601, Aug.24/51, flaking 88.20
fhe above originally chargea to Blue Peter II
and transferred to "Cassiar" account by Journal
Mtry 2920.
Port Charges
Gen.S.S.Corp. Los Angeles July 4th to 6th 114.36
Gen.S.S.Gorp. Sanlranolsco July 10th to 11th 221.02
king Bros.  Victoria July 16th 57.88
king Bros. James Island July 16th to 20th 135.00
Miscellaneous l&penae
Sen.S.S.Gorp. Los Angeles, July 4th to 6th 176.19
Sen.S.S.Gorp. San IrancisoA, July 10th to 11th 214,52
king Bros. Victoria July 16th 57.96
king Bros. Janes Island July 16th to 20th 111.19
Hasler a Go. Horfolk,Va. June B6/51. Charged to Voyage
from St.Johns July 31st,transferred to "Cassiar"
account by Journal Satry 3666,Hov.30/61,
1,733.75 - less cash advances 738.00 995.75 s. S. Passing
Joint operation - B. C, Oty-.ct Servioe
List of the large items of expense incurred by the Srank baternouae
my to which exec   i was taken in the audit of accounts
a*    $,
:is 1 -3, charged In BOOS expenses
and alao charged in F*\t*Co.expenaea Voyages 3-4-5
super? ialoa -
sept.1961
20.UO
tat.
^5.00
Bob.  f*
36.00
ieo.
 r*,ltttf.
Sti
res of crew prior to joint operation
I 07     a •» «        a «
ft
a
11 30/61
by
ewarda Dept,
Engine Room
Hull a iMQls. »
Lay Jays & Holidays
Stewards Dept.  . :^ea ohargea to Blue Peter II
and tranaferreu to Oaaalar aaaannt
Journal ?Jitry 3757 Ded.30/61
Bao* 7lm to August 7, 1961
« a       «        »t      mm
*» a   .' a w      v
(ship did not go into joint operation until)
die ;51. fhis back tine t         :4 by          )
(J y 3663 Bov.30/61                             )
jupervlaion - Se 31       78.0         .=;in4 Room
Oct* 6G«
H©V, 75,00         "
^®e* 75.00         •             "
'ingine Room
-../all & Deck
2,883.76
126.00
20.00
842.56
50.00
^12.67
88.64
1.1*88
*j0£.{50
332.60
sept.  "
HOB.
Dec.
75.    ■
160 .Oi,
.imp
'mok
Meals
SmmmSSS.
(ten.
s.s.Corp, >laa, July 4th to 6th
■      "       San ^aaolaeo. July I0*h to 11th
king Bros., Victoria, July 16tit
stores
mgtggfrau
■ sept,
i
tt
a
**
tt
a
»
ff
.lay 9/51 to u.^.s.Oo.stores
165 Sheets 306.90
180 i :oa 132.46
11 Dath Vowels 93.13
48 Pnntry fowela 43.20
24 Blankets 77176
28 Bad spreads 91.*xj
12 Sable Cloths 42.48
4 Linen Baga Ll.3.2
(i'his requisition ohargea to Blue Peter II)
(May 31/61. I'rt-Jisferred to Cassiar Joint )
(operation aooount by Journal ..aatry ^76? )
(Deo.30/51. )
i?573, wishes,Pillows, Blankets, etc.
70S. Bed spreads, fewela, etc.
005, Carpet
1864, Bunk a Door Curtains
1869. Sheeting
1574, fable Cloths 4 Curtains
9280, Material for Pillows
9266, Carpet
649, Carpet
3740, i'apestry Curtains
-73.00
300.00
268.16
43.19
189.76
808.54
110.65
£64.42
43.40
44.10
64.02
192.00
73.26
1L3.30
43.00
28.36 Simmons Ltd. - Ic     2947.datea spat.18/51
4 3«F.lfett*4saea 106.00
Gordon a Bolyea - Pipe Uttiaga. Plumbers supplies,fools 123.96
.os Angeles, July 4th to 6th 42.77
ian Ifcaaoiaoo July 10th to lite 23.a
rdon A Belyea - Pipe Fittings * fools 76.88
A. Borgerson - fools 63.48, Rubber Hose 87.00 166.48
mi L*> a»«g p^«4   . ' ■ tea'    ^
Sen. s.',...)orp. Los Angeles. July 4th to 6th 99.73
Simmons Ltd. - ifeittraasas - Invoice £366, Aug. a/61 281.26
Burriti Bros, leaking Carpet 86.60
II. A. Borgerson « shackles, eto. 160.02
Fire Rosa 61.30
9,   , :.Co. Supplies from Looker in Shed ?» Hope.Cable,etc. 629.10
(Charged la Sept amber 1961, no requisition to)
(support. )
Requialtloa Sapt.1961 « Hen*    .t.cabla.eta* 85.33
Shop Labour and Repairs
i.Ilin ■   -JKili.tiimS»   Temi iiiTgninTui   ,.
Si Ma   - 144
£687,  3©pt.6/5l, Repairing
6 y ttreasea 112.50
San. Refrig. 3agr. - Repairing refrigerator 176.76
.Go. ditioH *^>89. 67 shackles, 28 fhlMbles,
1 Swivel, 35 Life Belts ex 8.3.nCapil&no*.
BAm* bears notation made by Sapt.suffield
"Please charge at § coat."   @s lly eharged
at 96.43. later ©hanged to 192.86 192.86
Paeifie ^sry Dock Oo. inv.le.SG.Iov.30/51. - Alterations
not completed when vessel went into joint
operation.    Saaty Lift Derrick, etc. 1,137.50
I elding Shop & ,3agr. Co. - Erecting canopy for \*iaeh
operators 240.14
fjajtlita Room Repairs
/and© e Works - overhauling RaXvaigarator 214.76
invoice 1430, 3ept.lt/61
Paacesk nrnn.,1 le, ,ue. Valves and Rings orderad
Sept.l4th, Invoioad Hav.23rd 137.75
Sarvic3hgr. Co. - Installing Radar 576.16
Vancouver Pip© larks - Repairing' ana overhauling shades
Invoioe 1430. Sept.19/51 170.25
J. It. Hunter Co. - Invoice 601, ing.24/51, fioklng 38*20
fhe above or, - ohargea to Blue Peter II
and transferred to "Cassiar* account by Journal
jtttry 2920.
Sen.T.S.Corp. Los Angeles July 4th to 6th 114.36
San.3.S.Gorp. .                                         .a to 11th 221.02
king Bros. Victoria July 16th 57.38
king Bros. Jawes island July 16th to 20th 135.00
OT . Loa Angeles, July 4th to 6th 176.19
Sen.S.S.Corp. saa Jyanciao4, July 10th to 11th' 214.52
king Bros. Victoria July 16th 67.96
king Bros. Jssmea Island July 16th to 20th 111.19
Maaler 4 Go. Horfolk,/a. Juna 16/51. Ghargnd to Voyage
from utmJohns July 31st.fraasferred to "Cassiar"
account b^ Journal aitry 366o,Hov.30/51,
3Uf3t.fi - lass ©ash advances 738.00 996.76 . m
a
COPY
14089
Victoria, BaGa, August 4th, 195£.
Ha Ca Reid, KSq.,
General Auditor,
Montreal, k$ie.
Dear Sir;
Reference your D-112427 of the 17th ultimo ye&peeting
revenue accruing to the ,fCassiarn*
Amount of #866*00 was applicable to Voyage He« 4 and
waa set up as mail revesme on authority of General Mail and Baggage
Agentfs file M~£405~18 and based on mileage Vancouver to Skagway and
return to Prince liupert via Ocean Falls , a distance of 17*>& miles
at 50 cents*
Joint Accountant has advised that remainder of kail
and Express Revenue accruing to this vessel will appear as an
adjustment *
Yours faithfully,
Manager*
CaCa
Fa G* Davies, Esq*,
i% V/aterfeouse & Company of Canada Ltd©,
Vancouver, B©Ca
for your information© kill you kindly arrange
accordingly • Copy of Mr© Reid*a letter referred to is attached©
(3gd) 0© J• Williams
	
Manager© COPY D-112427
Montreal, July 17, 1952
Capt• 0© J© Williams,
Manager,
BaOfCoast Steamship Service,
Victoria, BaC.
S*r S a, Oaaa.iar
On Joint Operating Statements, Voyages 1 to 4, S*Sa
nCassiar % there appears an amount of f866*QO* covering mail
revenue* account B*C*C*S.
Willyou kindly advise how this item is arrived at*
fhe credit in our account, covering express and mail
services, prior to the application of the amount of '^66*00* was
|3,508aOl and you were advise d of these figures h^  Auditor of Mb cell?
aneous Accounta©
Ixpreae  • Ifail
203*00 Jiaroh §1501*00 March'
104*29 April 1506*00 April
196*7£ May
501*of ISootToo^
Grand Xotal - |3,508*0l
(dgd) H© C© Held
General Auditor* C 0 P X
/
3£?07
Mr. H, C. Reid,
general Auditor,
Montreal, Que.
Montreal,
June go,
1952.
xhe
May Vouoher for
following Credits
Sjcpreas Revenue:-
appear in our
Xukon Prinoess
Settlement Account
#£46.72
I & C Ledger R-Z
Irank Waterhouse
3.3, Cassiar
& Co.
193.72
1'here was no mail revenue credited to these
ships in May
Auditor of Miscellaneous Accounts
CaC
G^.pta 0* J* Williams,
Manager,
ii*0*0*Steamship Service,
Victoria, B*C*
(gd) A* Wa Blackler- COPY
32707
Montreal,    May 27th, 1962,
Mr. H. 0. Reid,
General Auditor ,
Montreal,  Qp.e,
She follftwing Credits appear in our April
Vouchers for Mail and IflggagTS    Express Revenues-
Yukon Prinoess
Settlement Aocount
I a C Ledger R-Z
Iranis: Waterhouse & Co,
S.S.Cassiar
Mail
4    755.50
1,506.00
Express
#    237.64
104.29
Capt. 0. J. Williams,
Manager,
B.C.Coast Steamship Service,
Victoria, B.C.
(Sgd) A, W. Blaokler
Auditor of Miscellaneous Accounts COPY A 107668
Montreal, May 22, 1962.
Capt. 0. J. Williams,
Manager,
B.C,Coast Steamship Service,
VICTORIA? B.C.
s. s. Yukon Prinoess
Listed hereunder are items covering mail and
express transactions affecting the above veasels
Dr. Or.
Mall Revenue
#  83,
.00
#840,
.50
f?
ii
535,
,50
Express
Revenue
222.
,08
it
?i
17o,
,00
it
tt
755,
,79
Balance
to be taken
up by X«\
*Waterhouse
& Co*
a
l«^72f
1991
.87
.37
1991,
.37
I understand that our Auditor of Miscellaneous
Accounts has advised you of these items ana shall be pleased
to hear when they will be included in Joint Operation Statements©
(tigd)  H* G* Reid
General Auditor* COPY
May 8th, 1962
Capt, 0, 2*  Williams,
Manager,
B.C.Coast Steamship Service,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Victoria, B.O.
Bear Sir:
2hank you for your letter of May 7th in which you
advise the amount of ^05.17 is gross, covering express
shipments on the CASSIAR for Beoember, and this amount
is now to be divided on a 50/50 basis between the Express
Company and the ahip.
Your advloe and information will be turned ©ver to
Mr, Solloway.
Yours very truly,
(Sgd)    R.C.MoLeaa
Assistant Manager COPY
May 8th, 1952
Capt© 0. J© Williama,
Manager,
BaCaCoaat Steamship Service,
Canadian Pacific Hallway Company,
Victoria, BaCa
Dear Sir:
Thank you for your letter of May 7th in which you
advise the amount of §405al7 is gross, covering express
shipments on the CASSIAR for December, and this amount
is now to be divided on a 50/50 basis between the Express
Company and the ship©
Your advice and information will be turned over to
Mr© Solloway©
Yours very truly,
(Sgd)     HaC.LleLeam
Assistant Manager COPY 11629-A
Victoria,  April 18, 1962
R. C. McLean, Esq.,'
Assistant, Manager,
Union Steamships Limited,
Vancouver, B.C. «;
Dear Sir:
3\irther to m^  letter of tue 14th instant, regarding handling
of express shipments on the s.s."Cassiar11, I have now received
advioe from our Auditor or liisoellaneous Aocounts, Montreal, that
your company will be credited with the amount of #405.17 in the
Lcroh voucher.
Yours faithfully,
(Sgd)  0. J. Williams'
lb nager. COPY
14089
Victoria, BaCa, August 4th, 1952a
H© C. Reid, Saq,,
General Auditor,
Montreal, que*
Dear Sir:
Reference your D-112427 of the 17th ultimo respecting
revenue accruing to the tT Cassiar n.
Amount of #866©00 was applicable to Voyage Ho© 4 and
was set up as mail revenue on authority of General Mail and Baggage
Agent's file M-24Q5-18 and based on mileage Vancouver to Skagway and
return to Prince Rupert via Ocean Falls, a distance of 1732 miles
at 50 cents©
Joint Accountant has advised that remainder of Mail
and Express Revenue accruing to this vessel will appear as an
adjustment©
Yours faithfully,        H
Manager.
0*0©
F. G. Davies, Esq.,
F. Waterhouse & Company of Canada Ltd©,
Vancouver, B.C.
For your information. Will you kindly arrange
accordingly.- Copy of Mr. Reid*s letter referred to is attached.
(Sgd)  0. J. ?/illiams
Manager. a
}
COPY                      B-112427
Montreal, July 17, 1952
Capt. 0. J* Williams,
Manager,
BaC^Goast Steamship Service,
Victoria, BaCa
S. S. Cassiar
On Joint Operating Statements, Voyages 1 to 4, SaSa
"Cassiar", there appears an amount of |866aOG, covering mail
revenue, account B.C.C.Sa
Willyou kindly advise how this item is arrived at.
The credit in our account, covering express and mail
services, prior to the application of the amount of f866.00, was
|3,508a01 and you were advise d of these figures by Auditor of Macell-
aneous Accounts©
<
■                                             ■                                                   '-,.'■:•'                     '
Ixpress               Mail
# 203.00 March          ^1501.00 March
104.29 April           1506.00 April
193.72 May
f 501.01               $3007.00
Grand Total - $3,508.01
(Sgd) H. C. Reid
General Auditor.
:-■-  ■■■-'  '  ■  "                         ...        •-    ■ COPY 32707
Mr© H* C* Reid, Montreal, June 20, 1952a
General Auditor,
Montreal, Que a
The following Credits appear in our
May Voucher for Sxpress Revenue:-
Yukon Princess
Settlement Account $246.72
I & C Ledger R-Z
Frank Waterhouse & Co.
3*3.Cassiar 193.72
There was no mail revenue credited to these
ships in May
Auditor of Miscellaneous Accounts
c.c
Capt. 0. J• Williams,
Manager,
B.C.C.Steamship Service,
Victoria, B.C.
(gd) A. W. Blackler. COPY
32707
Montreal,    May 27th, 1952.
Mr. H.  C. Reid,
General Auditor ,
Montreal,   Que.
The folliwing Credits appear in our April
Vouchers for Mail and MffgJtfW    Sxpress Revenue:-
Yukon Princess
Settlement Account
I & C Ledger R-Z
PranK Waterhouse & Co.
S.S.Cassiar
Mail
4    755.50
1,506.00
Sxpress
# 237.64
104.29
«
■
Capt. 0.
Manager,
B.C.Coast
Victoria,
J. Williams,
Steamship Service,
BaC.
(Sgd)  A. W.
Blackler
*
Auditor of Miscellaneous Accounts */
%
COPY
D 10756
•
Montreal,
May 22, 1952.
Capt. 0. J. Williams,
Manager,
B.C.Coast Steamship Service,
VICTORIA? B.C.
a
3© S© Yukon Princess
Listed hereunder are items covering mail and
express transactions affecting the above vessel:
Dr. Cr*
Mail Revenue
1
83,
.00
#840,
.50
n
n
535,
.50
Express
Revenue
222,
.08
n
n
173,
.00
n
n
755,
► 79
Balance
to be taken
up by P
.Waterhouse
& Co.
1372,
1991,
.87
.37
1991,
.37
I understand that our Auditor of Miscellaneous
Accounts has advised you of these items and shall be pleased
to hwar when they will be included in Joint Operation Statements<
(Sgd)  H. C. Reid
General Auditor. COPY 11529-A
Victoria,  April 18, 1952
R.   C. McLean,  3sq*,
Assistant, Manager,
Union Steamships Limited,
Vancouver,  B.C.
Degr Sir:
Further to my letter of the 14th instant, regarding handling
of express shipments on the s.s."Cassiar", I have now received
advice from our Auditor of Miscellaneous Accounts, Montreal, that
your company will be credited with the amount of |405.17 in the
irch voucher©
Yours faithfully,
(Sgd)  0. J. Williams
Manager. *
1953
». 6, Goaal
Canadiaa Pacific
Victoria, B. C.
Co.
- tha
of tha .
311953;
adjusted east of
follows j
far tta period
(a©*)
the
. letal
...goat
Coat Par
 "fr,...
#95,994.93
83,000**3
#M?6.59
$    1M9
a difiaraaoc
i ©sat
#31.1*
m.m.
#78.©9
•©at© of tta cassiar ©ra slater hot tte
la also greater ©at tta ©oat ie aaialy at
of ©Mob
fual OU coat ©spears tc be due to a
ma is tte fact ttat tta
with ©Jr kaote for tt© futoa
Yours vary truly,
of faettra
at 1©|
m»M
w. *« mm
_ CASiwxAM pacific bailway
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6,tf5.ei 32.46 6*480.95 9,4?l.af 3*0.1? 22*110.50
9,592.6* 1,&7.02 9,661.62 8,201.9© 1, St 7.10 %l ,(/&*<%
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1*419.41 233*33 1*885*87 iatrr.98 186.5? *,5*3.11
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2,257*50 ©21.00 2 232.50 2,G2*.36 485*80 ?,42O.00
9klM 259.8? 1,171*79 1*609*08 280.66 3*643.23
921.4? iA.** 860.82 9t3* 0© 2*0.30 SalSMS
1439*00 309.26 1,6*1.^ l*79»*38 272.90 3t666.#5
3,3J6*09      3*356.09      9S,S91*f?
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5,002.06        990.80
768.18
8,605.02
3*3-05
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1,^9*50
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Kay 29 1953
Loss
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fancouver k,  B.C.
k June 1953
Mr. P. S. Baviea
Boom i02
Canadian Pacific iailway !
fAKJOIJfSl 2f B. Ca
Dear Mr. Dairies:
Be; S.S* Yufeon Princess - S.S. Cassiar
Inclosed .are two copies of the following statementss
(A) Stafteiaent of revenue and disbur@eiaemt& of the s.s© Yukon
Princess for tbe month of April 1953 as recorded by Onion
Steamships Limited with a breakdown to voyages*
(B) itateiaent of revenue and disbursement© of the a.a* Cassiar
for tte month of April 1953 &®  recorded by Union Steamships
Limited.
(C) Statement'of revenue and expenditures of the a*a. Cassiar
for the three months January* raxruazy© and March 1953 &s
recorded hy Union Steaitahips Limited.
Pe have heen verbally informed of the C.P.I, r&mnm for
a.a* Yukon Princess and a.a. Cassiar and we wish to have the
information in a written form for our records. May we have the
detail information by months for tbe period frcm January 1 1953
to March 31 1953 «^ $&ch ^onth thereafter for our files.
Yours very truly*
H
Vm/w& ^a A. Iteid
Ene. Secretary %  V
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
S. S. CASSIAR
Statement of Monthly Revenue and
Expenditures
for the period
as recorded hy Union Steamships Limited
[ from January 1 1953 to March 31 1953
January 1953
February 1953
March 1953
Total
Revenue
Freight
2,781.95
142.95
5,149.22
8,074.12
Disbursements
Stevedoring
Wages
Fuel
Insurance
Depreciation
Overhaul
Stores and Repairs
Meals
Miscellaneous
Loss
2,317.39
10,405.19
4,889.91
1,982.28
1,725.93
2,500.00
1,119.78
1,025.44
1,492.01
3,381.30
9,926.78
2,944.19
1,427.33
1,570.07
2,500.00
1,400.27
963.97
1,724.20
4,995.86
10,139.59
3,808.46
1,580.26
1,738.29
2,500.00
1,535-81
1,238.65
2,752.01
10,694.55
30,471.56
11,642.56
4,989.87
5,034.29
7,500.00
4,055-86
3,228.06
5,968.22
27,457.93
25,838.11
30,288.93
83,584.97
24,675.98
25,695.16
25,139.71
75,510.85
Notes:
Stevedoring includes cargo overtime and stevedoring assessments.
Wages includes provision for retro-active pay and wage assessments.
Stores and repairs includes laundry and shop labour.
Miscellaneous includes - Pallet Board proportion and interest, berthage,
port charges* claims, stationery, etc.
HRB/md
June 3 1953 UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
S. S. CASSIAR
Statement of Revenue and Disbursements
as recorded by Union Steamships Limited
for the month of ApriZ 1953
Revenue
Union
Steamships
Limited
Revenue
9,433-45
Disbursements
Stevedoring
Wages
Fuel
Insurance
Depreciation
Overhaul
Stores and Repairs
Meals
Miscellaneous
5,556.09
10,080.48
3,717-24
1,529-28
1,682.21
2,500.00
1,187.55
2,127.49
2,661.89
31,042.23
Loss for the month of April
21,608.78
June 3 1953
\ TELEPHONE-PACIFIC    3411
Limited
—   ESTABLISHED  1889    ——
OFFICE AND PIER FOOT OF CARRALL ST.
WNGOOVER. 4, B.C
CANADA
t43&
9 April 1953
Mr. H. A. Mills
Travelling Auditor
Canadian Pacific Railvay
Vancouver 2, B. C.
Dear Mr. Mills:
Re: S.S."Yukon Princess"
Enclosed you will find a copy of a letter we
have today sailed to Mr. F. G. Davies, detailing
monthly operating revenue and expenditure as recorded
by Union Steamships Limited.
Yours vera truly,
WAR/md
Enc.
W. A. Reid
Comptroller
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X© B* TELEPHONE-PACIFIC    3-4 1
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Union Steamships Limited
—    ESTABLISHED  1889    ——
OFFICE AND  PIER FOOT OF CARRALL ST.
fjUfCOlfiR 4, B*C   ■
CANADA
18th November, 1952.
H. A. Mills Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Vancouver, 2, B.C.
Dear Sir,
We enclose a copy of a letter we have today written to
Mr. I. C. Beid, re s.s. "Cassiar", together with three copies of
the Statement referred to in his letter.
Yours very truly,
<*
W. A. Reid,
Secretary,
WAR/RS. COPY.
17th November, 1952.
H. C. Reid Esq.,
general Auditor.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
Montreal, 3, P.Qa
Dear Sir,
re s.s. "Cassiar".
We acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 7th November,
File No. D.112427-
We believe that you will hy now have received our letter
of 31st Octoher, 1952, enclosing the Statement of Operating results
of "Cassiar" Voyage 18 and progressive summary of Voyages 1-18.
We are not sure of the Statement mentioned in your last
paragraph referring to voyages 10 to 18 inclusive and up to now
the "Cassiar" and "Yukon Princess" settlement statements have been
an off-set and the progressive figures from the first voyage to the
current voyage have usually been used.
A statement showing the inter-Company balances due for
settlement at this time is enclosed and from this statement, you
will see that Union Steamships Limited is due to receive the sum
of $23,^1.21 from the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. The
information shown on the Schedule in respect of the "Cassiar"
voyages 1 to 18 should now be in your hands. The summary covering
Voyages 1 to 28 of the "yukon Princess", we are informed, will he
forwarded to you in the course of the next week hy your Vancouver
office.
Jfours very truly,
W. A. Reid,
Secretary.
WAR/RSa CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE,
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED.
Statement showing the Inter-Company balance for settlement between The Canadian Pacific Railway
Company and Union Steamships Limited resulting from the Joint Operations of the s.s. "Yukon
Princess" Voyages 1 to 28 to September 27th, 1952 and the s.s. "Cassiar" Voyages 1 to 18 to
 September 13th, 1952.	
Revenue
Expenses
PROFIT OR LOSS FROM
OPERATION:
INTER-COMPANY BALANCE.
Amount Owing or Receivable
Distribution of Profit
Inter-Company balance
as above
Payments by Union
Steamships Limited:
June 24, 1951
December 11, 1951
January 22, 1952
Payments by Canadian
Pacific Railway Company:
May 7,  1952
August 4, 1952
s.s."Yukon Princess"
Voyages 1 to 28.
Canadian    Union Combined
Pacific     Steamships Totals.
Railway.     Limited.
401,219.96   270,474.42 671,694.38
503,428.25   92,219.50 595,647.75
s.s."Cassiar"
Voyages 1 to 18.
Canadian   Union      Combined
Pacific    Steamships  Totals.
Railway.   Limited.
227,549-73 161,795.92 389,345.65
31,576.08 352,967.55 384.543.63
Canadian
Pacific
Railway.
Combined Vessels.
m""**1 " ■■■■■ ■"»'»»""
Union
Steamships
Limited.
Combined
Totals.
628,769.69  432,270.34  1,061,040.03
535,004.33  445,187.05   980,191.38
102,208.29  178,254.92  76,o46.63  195,973.65 191,171.63   4,802.02   93,765.36  12,916.71
00,848.65
102,208.29
38,023.32
178,254.92
38,023.31
140,231.61       140,231.61
140,231.61
195,973.65   191,171.63
2,401.01       2,401.01
193,572.64 193,572.64
193,572.64
93,765.36
40,424.33
12,916.71
40,424.32
53,341.03  53,341.03
3,869.84
41,764.28
50,108.16
10,317.07
48,444.40
65,198.67
22,316.10
140,231.61
106,059.35
34,172.26
135,959.17 193,572.64
57,613.47
Balance owing
lov/ff,*1952.  Balance due Union tJteamships Limited from The Candian Pacific Railway Company
140,231.61   140,231.61
193,572.64 193,572.64
53,341.03
3,869.84
41,764.28
1,663.76
65,198.67
11,999.03
77,197.70
23,441.21
100,638.91
100,638.91
100,638.91
$23,441.21 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE.
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED.
Statement showing the Inter-Company balance for settlement between The Canadian Pacific Railway
Company and Union Steamships Limited resulting from the Joint Operations of the s.s. "Yukon
Princess" Voyages 1 to 28 to September 27th, 1952 and the s.s. "Cassiar" Voyages 1 to 18 to
 September 13th, 1952.	
Revenue
Expenses
PROFIT OR LOSS FROM
 OPERATION:
INTER-COMPANY BALANCE.
Amount Owing or Receivable
Distribution of Profit
Inter-Company* balance
as above
Payments by Union
Steamships Limited:
June 24, 1951
December 11, 1951
January 22; 1952
Payments by Canadian
Pacific Railway Company:
May 7, 1952
August 4, 1952
s.s•"Yukon Princess"
Voyages 1 to 28.
Canadian    Union Combined
Pacific     Steamships Totals.
Railway.     Limited.
401,219.96   270,474.42 671,694.38
503,428.25   92,219.50 595,647.75
s.s."Cassiar"
Voyages 1 to 18.
Canadian   Union      Combined
Pacific    Steamships  Totals.
Railway.   Limited.
227,549.73 161,795.92 389,345.65
31,576.08 352,967.55 384.543.63
Canadian
Pacific
Railway.
Combined Vessels.
■■"■ ■ ■■» "in ■ 11'
Union
Steamships
Limited.
Combined
Totals.
628,769.69  432,270.34  1,061,040.03
535,004.33  445,187.05   980,191.38
102,208,29  178,254.92  76,o46.63  195,973.65 191,171.63  4,802.02   93,765.36  12,916.71
102,208.29
38,023.32
178,254.92
38,023.31
140,231.61  140,231.61
140,231.61
3,869.84
41,764.28
50,108.16
10,317.07
140,231.61
106,059.35
34,172.26
140,231.61  140,231.61
195,973.65 191,171.63
2,401.01   2,401.01
193,572.64 193,572.64
193,572.64
48,444.40
65,198.67
22,316.10
135,959.17 193,572.64
57,613.47
Balance owing
;*1952.  Balance due U«ion steamships Limited from The Candian Pacific Railway Company
193,572.64 193,572.64
93,765.36
40,424.33
12,916.71
40,424.32
53,341.03   53,341.03
53,341.03
3,869.84
41,764.28
1,663.76
65,198.67
11,999.03
77,197.70
23,441.21
100,638.91
100,638.91  100,638.91
$23,441.21
80,848.65 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE.
UNION STEAMSHIPS LIMITED.
Statement showing the Inter-Company balance for settlement between The Canadian Pacific Railway
Company and Union Steamships Limited resulting from the Joint Operations of the s.s. "Yukon
Princess" Voyages 1 to 28 to September 27th, 1952 and the s.s. "Cassiar" Voyages 1 to 18 to
 September 13th, 1952.	
Revenue
Expenses
PROFIT OR LOSS FROM
OPERATION:
s.s•"Yukon Princess"
Voyages 1 to 28.
Canadian    Union Combined
Pacific     Steamships Totals.
Railway.     Limited.
401,219.96   270,474.42 671,694.38
503,428.25   92,219.50 595,647.75
s.s."Cassiar"
Voyages 1 to 18.
Canadian   Union      Combined
Pacific    Steamships  Totals.
Railway.   Limited.
227,549.73 161,795.92 389,345.65
31,576.08 352,967.55 384.543.63
Canadian
Pacific
Railway.
Combined Vessels.
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