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 February 27, 1976.
File No. 653
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Office Manager
Accauntant.
Mr. D.G. Aitken
Secretary/Treasurer
7-eda Amusements
1777 Venables St.
Vancouver* B.C.
ELECTRONIC VIDEO GAME INSTALLATION ON THE
Dear Mr. Aitkent
Thank you tor your letter of February 24th en*-
closing cheque in amount $318.30.
We are returning cheque herewith, as Mr. Yates
is on pre-retirement leave, and would request
that you forward new cheque made out toAwB*c.
Coast Steamship Service."
Yours very truly,
R,R. RBID
Asst. Manager*  B.C.C.S.S.
BB
 VJAGE CHEQUE TRhW3FLR AUTHORITY
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Name of Employee (please print)           Employee Number
Occupation
please forward my cheque to the following point on payday	
19	
Trailer Princess                Vancouver Wharf
Pr. rlarguerite                 Victoria I'harf
Pr. Patricia                   Nanaimo Terminal
Pr. of Vancouver                Other
(Iferk "X" opposite)
Da'te                     Signature of employee
V/AGE CHEQBE TRANSFER AUTHORITY
Name of Employee (please print)            Employee number
Occupation
please forward mv cheque to the following point on payday 	
19	
Trailer Princess                Vancouver V'harf
Pr. Marguerite                 Victoria Wharf'
Pr. Patricia                  Nanaimo Terminal
Pr. of Vancouver                Other
(Hark "X" opposite)
"Date                     Signature of Employee
 .......
February 27, 1976*
File No, 76.CHA.529.H,
Mr*-Karl C. Gresowski, President
Hawaiian, Polynesia Tours
2020 North Broadway
ssmta Ana, California 92706.
Dear Karl*
Thank you for forwarding contract .respecting, the
September 12th charter of the "Princess Patricia*
One copy is returned herewith for your use.
Yours very -truly," ■--•—-**-  - - • —
R.R. REID
Asst* Manager, B.C.C.S.S
RRR'BB
 WAGE CHEQUE TRANSFER AUTHORITY
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Name of Employee (please
print)            Employee Number
Occupation
please forward my cheque
Trailer Princess
19	
Vancouver Wharf
Pr. rlarguerite
Victoria Wharf
Pr. Patricia
Nanaimo Terminal
Pr. of Vancouver
Other
(Hark "X" opposite)
Date
Signature of employee
WAGE CHEQUE TRANSFER AUTHORITY
Name of Employee (please print)
Employee number
Occupation
please forward my cheque to the following point on payday
19..
Trailer Princess
Pr. xlarguerite ___
Pr. Patricia
Vancouver Wharf
Victoria Wharf
Pr. of Vancouver
Nanaimo Terminal
Other   	
(Hark "X" opposite)
Date
Signature of Employee
 February 27, 1976.
File No. 76.CHA.529.P,
Mr^ Ian HacKenzie
Pioneer Tou rs Ltd.
Room 519, Marine Building
355 Burrard street
Vancouver, B.C.
V6C 2G8
Dear lam
We are now pleased to enclose two copies of contract respecting your charter of the "Princess
Patricia" on September 20th to Alaska and return,
and will be pleased if you will kindly sign both
copies and return for signature, following which
one copy will be returned to you for your purposes.
Yours very truly.
R.R. REID
Asst• Manager, B.6.C.S.s.
RRR'BB
 WAGE CHEQUE TRANSFER AUTHORITY
Name of Employee" (please print)
Employee Number
Occupation
please forward my cheque to the following point on payday,
Trailer Princess
Pr. rlarguerite __
Pr. Patricia	
Pr. of Vancouver
(Hark "X" opposite)
19.
Vancouver Wharf
Victoria Wharf
Nanaimo Terminal
Other     	
Date"
Signature of employee
WaGE CHEQUE TRANSFER AUTHORITY
Name of Employee (please print)
Employee number
Occupation
please forward my cheque to the following point on payday
Trailer Princess
Pr. ilarguerite ___
Pr. Patricia	
Pr. of Vancouver
(Hark "X" opposite)
19.
Vancouver Wharf
Victoria Wharf
Nanaimo Terminal
Other   	
Date
Signature of Employee
 February 27* 1976.
File No; 76.CHA.529.H.
MT. S.R. Cryer
General Manager
Heating, Refrigerating and
Air Conditioning Institute of Canada
385 The West Mall, Suite 267
"Stobicoker Ontario.
M9C 1E7
Dear Mr. Cryer*
Thank you for the opportunity of discussing over
the telephone this morning, various aspects of
the September 23th charter by H.R.A. to Ketchikan
and return.
Via are eftcleelttgtwo copies of contract approved
as to form by our Legal Department, respecting
this charter, for your perusal and discussion*
It will be, appreciated if same can be executed by
May 1st, returning both copies to me for signature,
following which one copy will be returned for your
reference..,,...You. will notice that we have requested
a' first deposit Msy 3rd of $5,000.00.
With reference to sightseeing in Ketchikan, I am
pleased to enclose photostat of letter received ......
from Mr* R.M* Watt, which has some interesting
background material for your use. The other
portions of the letter are not of a personal nature,
so the entire letter has been sent to you, together
with picture of Dolly's House on Creek «=treet.
Ketchikan folder outlining normal sightseeing Is
also enclosed*
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WAGE CHEQUE TRANSFER AUTHORITY
Name of Employee (please print)           Employee Number
Occupation
please forward mv cheoue to the following point on navdav.	
19	
Trailer Princess               Vancouver Wharf
Pr. Marguerite                 Victoria Wharf
Pr. Patricia                   Nanaimo Terminal
Pr. of Vancouver                Other
(Hark "X" opposite)
""T)ate                     Signature of employee
WaGE CHEQUE TRANSFER AUTHORITY
Name of Employee (please print)            Employee number
Occupation
please forward mv cheque to the following point on payday 	
19	
Trailer Princess                Vancouver Wharf
Pr. Marguerite                 Victoria Wharf
Pr. Patricia                   Nanaimo Terminal
Pr. of Vancouver                Other
(Hark "X" opposite)
^           Date                      Signature of Employee
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Attached to this letter separately, is schedule
of flights from Vancouver to Ketchikan and return.
'
Other matters discussed will be advised just as
quickly as possible
Yours very truly.
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 WAGE CHEQUE TRANSFER AUTHORITY
Name of Employee (please print)
Employee Number
Occupation
please forward my cheque to the following point on payday.
Trailer Princess
Pr. Marguerite 	
Pr. Patricia ___
Pr. of Vancouver
(Hark "X" opposite)
19	
Vancouver Wharf
Victoria Wharf
Nanaimo Terminal
Other   	
Date-
Signature of employee
WaGE CHEQUE TRANSFER AUTHORITY
Name of Employee (please print)
Emolovee number
Occupation
please forward my cheque to the following point on payday
19..
Trailer Princess
Pr. Marguerite 	
Pr. Patricia	
Vancouver Wharf
Victoria Wharf
Pr. of Vancouver
Nanaimo Terminal
Other   	
(Hark "X" opposite)
Date
Signature of Employee
 February 27, 1976.
File m* 341-0
Incan Ships Ltd.
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Gentlemens
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were other than ae originally proposed is thet
National iterboure Board was ia the throes of
assuming ownership of Western ^nter Terminals et
the time,wa proposed laying up.the "St* Laurent,"
spftsev*»w-    %maawm i*#w* ^ees    se*s*^s   ^s^^mi^^>e''~*'.em*^^*^esssifr mm^aaym^m'-,,~*mm*mt"*' - "^^^mm^aammm^    m*a*     m^^maay-
associates in H.H.B. * rate was quoted end considered
acceptable to all concerned*    However, vtten K.K.3.,
Ottawa, learned of the situation, they issssdiaCely	
applied the deep-sea rate*
Again, through our local associates and after' -'Borne
discussion, we were able to obtain the present rate,
which you will appreciate is mucft less than it would
tie it the deep-eea rate were Applied., and le also on
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a* mX9mmwm^Stmm&mm.    %»y»    ^9mjmmy^gmmmmm)
The rates referred to above ere based mm standard
vanoouvsr Harbour rates.""      	
Yours very truly,
J. YAffSS
Manager, B.c.c.s.s.
ANC'BB ....   .,     ■
oo*   Mr* M*A* Burdick,  incan Shipe, Montreal.
Mr.■' B.D. mrgetts, c.P"'Coastai Marine; 'operations, Montreal •
 WAGE CHEQUE TRANSFER AUTHORITY
Name of Employee (please print)
Employee Number
Occupation
please forward my cheque to the following point on payday.
Trailer Princess
Pr. Marguerite __
Pr. Patricia
Pr. of Vancouver
(Hark "X" opposite)
19...
Vancouver Wharf
Victoria Wharf
Nanaimo Terminal
Other     	
Date-
Signature of employee
WaGE CHEQUE, TRANSFER AUTHORITY
Name of Employee (please print)
Employee number
Occupation
please forward my cheque to the following point on payday
19..
Trailer Princess
Pr. Marguerite —_
Pr. Patricia
Vancouver Wharf
Victoria Wharf
Pr. of Vancouver
Nanaimo Terminal
Other   	
(Hark "X" opposite)
Date
Signature of Employee
 VANCOUVER, February 27, 1976 Filei 206
H.L. Hudson
Mr. £• Robinson
Nanaimo
Reference conversation re operation of Wellcos Ferry Slip and heavy
impacts and mishaps occurring at that point.
Flease find attached, a folder, which we wish to have kept in the
Operating Cabin for the Slip Tenders to keep a record of all heavy
impacts and mishaps occurring at the Slip. Will you please arrange
to have this record kept in future, by the forces concerned.
. -       ■
At such time as the pages are filled up, will you please request
additional forms from the Superintendent, Vancouver Division.
■     ' :   ■
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S. '
HLH/jb
 DATE:
FILE: 1975.AU.521.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear 3Ai'^; ~
We have reserved "PRINCESS PATRICIA" from Vancouver, 3:30 PM (Local Time) to
Skagway and Return - Room(s) Date <
Charges for this accommodation are as follows: -
OPTION DATE RESERVATION(S) WILL REQUIRE TO BE
AUTOMATICALLY CANCELLED IF REPLY NOT RECEIVED BY OPTION DATE.
If acceptable, kindly forward remittance payable to "CANADIM PACIFIC LTD"
in the amount of $40.00 per adult.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
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February 27, 1976
File: T-76-40
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Ms. Marissa Harvey
40 Willcocks Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5S iC6
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Dear Ms. Harveyi
1  am in receipt of your letter dated February 24, 1976, and
feel, perhaps, that you have written us in error for the following
reasonst
He do not have any dock hostesses.
There are no waitresses or office personnel on our
cruise vessel the "Princess Patricia." We do have
students working on the ship in the summer but they
are all male, as we have no female sleeping accommodations
available.
You refer to Princess Cruises, another steamship line, and you should
write there at 409 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C.
Hegret 1 am unable to help you further.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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DATE:
FILE: 1975.ALA.521.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear SSj.'*: -
We have reserved "PRINCESS PATRICIA" from Vancouver, 8:30 PM (Local Time) to
Skagway and Return - Room(s) Date ,
Charges for this accommodation are as follows: -
OPTION DATE
RESERVATION(S) WILL REQUIRE TO BE
AUTOMATICALLY CANCELLED IF REPLY NOT RECEIVED BY OPTION DATE.
If acceptable,  kindly forward remittance payable to  "CANADIAN PACIFIC LTD"
in the amount of #40.00 per adult.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
 February 27, 1976
File: T-73-30-23
Mr. L.H. Bechard
M.V.A. Claims Adjuster
Johnston Terminals Limited
Post Office Box 5300
Vancouver, B.C.
V6B 4B6
Dear Mr. Bechard:
Further to exchanges in connection with your claim for damages
to trailer #5984, on July 10, 1975.
On receipt of your letter dated January 14, 1976, file #75-523,
we considered the matter further and are prepared to settle on
a fifty-fifty basis.
Perhaps you will be kind enough to let me know if you concur.
Yours truly,
J. YATES.
ma^mm*mmmm^m m>  g
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 DATE:
FILE: 1975.ALA.521.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear SAt*; -
We have reserved "PRINCESS PATRICIA" from Vancouver, 8:30 FM (Local Time) to
Skagway and Return - Room(s) Date .
Charges for this accommodation are as follows: -
OPTION DATE
RESERVATION(S) WILL REQUIRE TO BE
AUTOMATICALLY CANCELLED IF REPLY NOT RECEIVED BY OPTION DATE.
If acceptable, kindly forward remittance payable to "CANADIAN PACIFIC LTD"
in the amount of $40.00 per adult.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
 VANCOUVER, February 27, 1976
F.W. Atkinson
Mr. J.A. Foster,
Local Chairman, B.R.A.S.C.,
e/o Chief Steward
FR1NCKS8 OF VANCOUVER
Filet  456369
Reference your request for consideration of the re-employment of
Mr. A. Frame.
This man was Interviewed yesterday and evidently had become extremely
over-wrought as a result of marital difficulties, which have how been
resolved. We are, therefore, agreeable to A. Frame returning to the
"Princess of Vancouver". Unfortunately, his resignation and application
for refund Of pension had been processed through to Montreal. We have
contacted the pension office and were able to cancel this refund. In
view of the foregoing, we are willing to re-instate this man to his
former classification and seniority.
Will appreciate your advising, in writing, if you concur.
Catering Superintendent
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 DATE:
FILE: 1975.AU. 521.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear Sii.'*.: -
We have reserved "PRINCESS PATRICIA" from Vancouver, 8:30 PM (Local Time) to
Skagway and Return - Room(s)  Date       ,
Charges for this accommodation are as follows: -
OPTION DATE
.    RESERVATION(S) WILL REQUIRE TO BE
AUTOMATICALLY CANCELLED IF REPLY NOT RECEIVED BY OPTION DATE.
If acceptable, kindly forward remittance payable to "CANADIAN PACIFIC LTD"
in the amount of $40.00 per adult.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
 February 27, 1976
File: 392149
Mr. P.S. Scaffldl
Chief, Division of    "•»*.' "        ;,,'.'
 Claims--Operations -;■•- A'"~:~".A' A"". ■ ■'■">-
Railroad Retirement Board
844 Rush Street
Chicago, Illinois  60611
U. S* A*
Dear Mr. Scaffldl:
Re: Mr. fthfn Chfs, j>SA fcgbjg 7?8-14-6,ll9
I am enclosing payment card recently mailed to Mr. Chan Chee,
which he has handed to me, as he does not agree with the amount
of $520.70 outstanding.
Will you kindly refer to your letter"of July i%i  1975. You state
''We have reduced your debt from $1,342,57 to §774.70. The amount
you now owe the Board and wist be repaid is $774.70. if you do not
reapply for your Canadian benefits, please let us know so we can
re-adjust your record to reduce your debt to $254.00."
W* wrote yo%* on September 15, 1975, advising that Mr. Chan Chee
had made full restitution to the Unemployment Insurance Commission
of Canada, which means that he did not repapply for Canadian benefits
that year. With the same letter, we mailed you Mr. Chee's cheque in
the amount of $254.00 U.S., as requested.
... ■     *■.. '■      ■*
It is apparent, therefore, that Mr. Chee's account has been settled
in full and will be glad if you will arrange adjustment Of his account
accordingly.
Thanking you for your co-operation in this matter.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
cc: Mr. Chan Chee, 335 E. 24th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C.
 DATE:
FILE:    1975.AU. 521.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear &ii'*; -
We have reserved "PRINCESS PATRICIA" from Vancouver, 8:30 HI (Local Time) to
Skagway and Return - Room(s) Date  .
Charges for this accommodation are as follows: ~
OPTION DATE . RESERVATION^) WILL REQUIRE TO BE
AUTOMATICALLY CANCELLED IF REPLY NOT RECEIVED BY OPTION DATE.
If acceptable, kindly forward remittance payable to "CANADIAN PACIFIC LTD"
in the amount of $40.00 per adult.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
 . ::;
February 27, 1976
File: 116414
Mr. W.L. Sehroeder
652 wollastou Street
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Mr. Sehroeder:
mmmmm you tot  your letter of February 20, 1976, with which
you enclosed a copy of the Certificate of Death.
All documents have now been forwarded to our Law Department
here in Vancouver and you should be hearing from them in due
course.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.CCS.S.
JB
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, October 30, 1975 File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-7
Account Nanaimo Wharf being out of service for repairs the
regular 2000 sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" from
Vancouver November 1, and the 2400 sailing from Nanaimo that
date will be cancelled.
Vessel will resume regular service departing from Vancouver
at 0400, Sunday, November 2.
J. YATES
Manager
JBaCeCeDave
 February 27, 1976
File: 126975
Mr. R.R. Wight
Apt. 1403 — 435 Michigan Street
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Mr, Wight:
With reference to your letter of February 19, 1974, concerning
Croup Insurance Policy No. 12930-C in favour of the late
Cecil R. Wight.
You should take this matter up with Sun Life Assurance Company
of Canada, at P.O. Bern 6075 (A), Montreal, Quebec  H3C 365.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S. 	
cc: Mr. N.D. Mullins, Regional Counsel, Vancouver
Re Cecil Roy Wight, #017-126975, deceased February 11, 1976.
Enclosed herewith is completed Form P.R.3, copy of Certificate
of Death and copy of Will. We are also enclosing Mr. R.R. Wight's
letter dated February 25, 1976.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, October 30, 1975 File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-7
Account Nanaimo Wharf being out of service for repairs the
regular 2000 sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" from
Vancouver November 1, and the 2400 sailing from Nanaimo that
date will be cancelled.
Vessel will resume regular service departing from Vancouver
at 0400, Sunday, November 2.
J. YATES
Manager
 February 27, 1976
File: X-73-8-13
Capt. J. Norfolk
6711 Selkirk Street
Vancouver, B.C.
V6P 4G9
Dear Capt. Norfolk:
We have been advised that cm November 23, 1975, at 1423, the
"Princess of Vsnce wer" hit No. 2 swing dolphin at Nanaimo,
resulting in four broken and two crscked piles.
If a report was submitted, this did not reach us and will appreciate
receiving a copy as soon as possible. If you have no written record,
perhaps you will advise us as to what you can recall of the incident.
Yours truly,
A.N. CAIRNS
Marina Superintendent
B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. w.W. Robinson
1906 — 6th Avenue
New Westminster, B.C.
HLH/jb
 -^
CANADIAN      PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, October 30, 1975 File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-7
Account Nanaimo Wharf being out of service for repairs the
regular 2000 sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" from
Vancouver November 1, and the 2400 sailing from Nanaimo that
date will be cancelled.
Vessel will resume regular service departing from Vancouver
at 0400, Sunday, November 2.
J. YATES
Manager
l3»Cs0»*O*b e
 BELEX VANCOUVER,   B.C.,  FEB,. 27/76
B.D.  MARGETTS 01-20365
MONTREAL,   QUE.
FEB 25/76 A 62A0.0 C 165/.7 E 57/.3 F 191/11.8 G 137AL4
J  .2 K 34.4 BCC-56
R.R.  REID
ASST.  MANNER,  BCCSS
WWH'BB
 VANCOUVER,  February 27,   1976. Filet     602
R.R.  Reid
Miss N.  Cartwright
Montreal,  Que.
As requested, enclosed are copies of all current
Passenger and Truck and Trailer tariffs.
Asst. Manager,  B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 VANCOUVER, February 27, 1976.       Filet  393864
A.N. Cairns
Second Officer
"Princess of Vancouver"
Relative to attached copy
of
letter.
it
is
approved
for
you to
arrange relief for
E.
Lott as
described.
Marin©
Superintendent
ANC'BB
 \
VANCOUVER, February 26, 1976.
R.R. Reid
M.D. Mullins, Esq.
Regional Counsel
Vancouver, B.C.
It will be appreciated if you will approve the enclosed
contract as to form, letting roe have original and two
copies for our use please, in respect of entertainers
who will be employed on board the "Princess Patricia"
during the 1976 season.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 VANCOUVER, February 26, 1976.
R.R. Reid
Mr. J.D. Finnie
Vancouver, B.C.
It will be appreciated if you will contact Mr. McQuillan,
presuming he has now returned from holidays, as to his
intention*
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 TELEX VANCOUVER,  BBC, FEB.   26/76
B.D.  MARGETTS 01-20365-
MONTREAL,  QUE.
FEB 24/76 A 33/5.3 C 151/.6 E  51/.3 F  206/12.8 G  160A3.3
J  .2  K 32.5 BCC-54
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER,  BCCSS
 •
February 26, 1976A
File No, 653
Mr. D.G. Aitken
Seoretary-T reastirer
Zeda ^inuseraents
1777 Venables St.
Vancouver,  B.C.
REi  ELECTRONIC-VIDEO GAME INSTALLATION ON THE
— "TOWCM Pr v^cyuvfiR"    ■	
Dear Mr. Aitken t
It would appear that the electronic-video game
raachinas placed on board the "Princess of Vancouver"
are continually being broken into by persons unknown, causing inconvenience to out Purser, and
in many cases the use of Company funds to replenish
monies lost in the machines when they are non-
operative* ...
While at this time we.are- not suggesting we are
going to remove the machines from the "Princess of
Vancouver," the use of Company funds must not bo
used for the foregoing purposes, and we are requesting that you arrange a cash float for the Purser's
use, and also an identifying plaque be affixed to
each machine indicating the ownership and liability
of oama.  "'
lis will be pleased if you will attend to this matter
immediately*
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.CCS.S.
RRR'BB
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY COST OF DRINKS
25-100 4 Drinks   -   $3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party mercbers only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANGOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from, the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.    Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
V/ill be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3« Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should cariy maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a mini mum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER* Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
 February 26, 1976,
File No, 76. ALA. 521.8 »C
Mr • H .M* Andersen
2209 So* 61st Ct*
Chicago, Illinois 60650.
Dear Andy*
Many thanks for your letter of February IMS**
Xt is always a pleasure hearing from you, .but particularly to learn that this sraar will mark your
50th year of tour conducting. You will have seen
Bfeiiy changes take place in all' forms of transportation during that period of time..
We will arrange to request tables you desire for
the first sitting as soon as we get under way this
season*.
Thanks for the information on the variation in the
spelling of my surname* This has been the subject
of much interest to me, and X knew the name, in all
probability* was derived from "red." Whether it
was the manner of spelling phonetically or otherwise
cannot be determined*
With best regards,
...
Sincerely,
R.R. REXD
Asst* Manager* B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTI
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   #3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room."
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.   Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a mini mum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
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February 26, 1976*
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Omar'Mr* Alguire*
This will acknowledge receipt of your letter of
: .   F«bruaryr.20th, With wfeidh was enclosed copy of
letter' from -Mem* Leslie J. Crowe of Tongaas sanitation, concerning their charges' to service the
"Princess Patricia" during the 1976 cruise season.
We will be pleased if Mrs* Crowe will again aeGrvi.de
. the -mtrlcia," and note tha c&argas to be ememeemm
' A'tfete year*
Yours very truly*
r-anagsar, B.C.C.S,3,
RRR'BB
cc*    Mam* Leslie J* Crowe
Tongass sanitation
P.O. Box 1701
Ketchikan, Alaska 99901*
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charges for refuse service during tha coming
season*
Manager* B«C*C«8*S*
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   $3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only,  and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.   Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "FRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
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February 26, 1976*
File No. 76.CHA.529.P.
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Mr* Ian Mackenzie
. Pioneer Tours Ltd.
. Room 519( Marine Building
355 Burrard street
Vancouver, B*C
V6C 206
.'■.■Dear lam
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Thia will acknowledge receipt of your two bank
drafts for total of $15,000.00, which we have
accepted as deposit in connection with your May
.. 23rd charter.
»
Contract for same is presently in your possession,
and will be pleased to receive it duly executed
as: soon as. passible*
Copy of BCS 17 Mo* 13915 is enclosed for your
.records. ■                  •. p
*
Yours very truly.
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager* B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 2.
BAR SSBVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTI COST OF DRINKS
25-100 4 Drinks   -   $3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
CF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for .your exclusive use.   Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3» Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER1" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
 February 26* i976.
File No, T-76-37
English & Scotch Uniform Co*
778 Robson Street-
Vancouver, B.C.
Gentlemen» - :      I !
Attached please find copies of measurements received on behalf of B.CCS.S. Wharf Ticket Offloo
employees*
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY COST OF DRINKS
25-100 4 Drinks   -   $3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
CF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.   Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a mini.mum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
a
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
J
 VANCOUVER, February 26, 1976.       File* T-76-10
R.R. Reid
Mr. M«W. Holland
Montreali isue. •
MINUTES OF MEETING HEID  IN THE MANAGER'S  OFFICE
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To update you on action taken in respect of minutes
circulated resulting from February 12th meeting, please
note the following*
:Mro Rude waa duly approached and has accepted the responsibility of Chief Steward on the "Princess Patricia***
as has Mr *  Rousselet as Second Steward of the Trincess
Patricia" for the 1976 cruise season.
New position of Head Porter is being reconsidered for
position of Asst, Storekeeper, and Mr. Atkinson has in
hand at the moment.
Pre-season crew members' talk will be held in abeyance
until closer to commencement date.
Involvement of CP Hotels for refresher course, or any
other assistance few Chief and Second Ptewsrd. pending*
Written instructions to employees of stewards' Department is under way.
_
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   $3*00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck inmediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.   Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKIER
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3*    Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
 1
— 2 —
Improvement of crew's quarters under discussion.
Suggestion with respect to the paying of fares from
originating points outside Vancouver for those to be
employed during the cruise season is pending.
Information on availability of full-length movies
being looked into at the moment.
Josie Brandner has been measured for a new uniform*
Mr. cairns looking into the possibility of hard type
epaulette.
Late Lunch * This is on-going matter presently under
discussion*
Terry and Betty Has well have agreed to act aa Host
and Hostess on board the "Princess Patricia" during
the 1976 season.
Messrs. Hudson and Reid held thorough discussion with
hairdresser, Christine Zahara, pointing out areas of
criticism and the requirements of this Department.
It was agreed that we would give her a probationary
period at the beginning of the season, but if her
performance did not measure up to our standards a
replacement would have to be found.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 February 26, 1976*
Fil& No* T-76-69
Mr* Henk Wijnen
AMarketing & Sales
Gateway Tours Ltd.
P.O. Box 4326
Jfhitehorsse; Yukon.
Y1A 3T3
Dear Mr. Wijnem
Thank you for your letter of February 18th concerning Gateway Tours promotion of Wholesale package
tours to the Yukon and Alaska*
Two years ago we did have an association with Westours
Inc., whereby they held a specific allotment of space
on a round-trip guaranteed basis from Vancouver to
nkagway and return,'''"which they wholesaled in connection
with their tour packages.
Ms regret not having had an opportunity to discuss
your planning with you, in that we cannot accommodate
any tour requests made on us by your organisation for
one-way steamship space. Except wholesalers such aa
Was tours, with whom we are no longer associated, we
will not assign one-way space on the "Princess Patricia.
If there should be space open on day of sailing from
Vancouver, same may be sold, on a one-way basis at .
that time*
we will naturally co-operate with you to the extent
that may be possible under these conditions, and
further suggest that you may be able to obtain one-way
' space ''xYohTone of the operators with'Whom we will be
associated during 1976 on their guaranteed round-trip
assignment of space, on the chance they do have an open
segment of their package tours* Those firms in the
United states are:
........
 WAGE CHEQUE TRANSFER AUTHORITY
Name of Employee (please print)
Employee Number
Occupation
please forward my cheque to the following point on payday.
Trailer Princess
Pr. ilarguerite __
Pr. Patricia 	
Pr, of Vancouver
(Hark "X" opposite)
19.
Vancouver I/harf
Victoria Wharf
Nanaimo Terminal
Other
T5at<
Signature of employee
feAGE CHEQUE TRANSFER AUTHORITY
Name of Employee (please print)
Employee number
Occupation
please forward my cheque to the following point on payday
19...
Trailer Princess
Pr. ilarguerite ___
Pr. Patricia
Vancouver V'harf
Victoria Wharf
Pr. of Vancouver
Nanaimo Terminal
Other ______
(Hark "X" opposite)
Date
Signature of Employee
 or in Canadai
— 2 —
TravAiaaka Tours
Suite 470
4th fit Vine Bldg*
Seattle* Washington 93121*
Kneisel Travel ...Inc.*	
345 H.E. 8th Ave*
Portland, Oregon 97232*
Unlversity.Tcuzw Ltd*
22 College St.
Toronto, Ontario*
Yours vers' truly*
jr. YATBS
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
RRR'BB       V
be.    Mr. R.A. Ferguson
Vancouver, B.C.
 WAGE CHEQUE TRANSFER AUTHORITY
*   1
Name of Employee (please print)            Employee Number
Occupation
please forward my cheque to the following point on payday	
19	
Trailer Princess                Vancouver Wharf
Pr. Marguerite                 Victoria Wharf
Pr. Patricia                   Nanaimo Terminal
Pr. of Vancouver                Other
(Hark "X" opposite)
Date                     Signature of employee
WaGE CHEQUE TRANSFER AUTHORITY
Name of Employee (please print)           Employee number
Occupation
please forward mv cheque to the following point on payday 	
19	
Trailer Princess                Vancouver V'harf
Pr. ilarguerite                 Victoria Wharf
Pr. Patricia                   Nanaimo Terminal
Pr. of Vancouver                Other
(Hark "X" opposite)
Date                     Signature of Employee
 VANCOUVER, February 2©, 1975 File:  369497
J. Yates
Mr. R. Granger <
Manager, Benefit*
Montreal
Enclosed ia photostat copy of Fore 017(b) completed by #369497,
Srling RUDE, S.I. No. 701-568-826, on January 23, 1974.
It has been brought to our attention that Canadian Pacific Pension
Plan deductions have not been Bade.
Please advise if ia order to pick up arrears over next few months.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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CANADIAN      PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, October 30, 1975 File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-7
Account Nanaimo Wharf being out of service for repairs the
regular 2000 sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" from
Vancouver November 1, and the 2400 sailing from Nanaimo that
date will be cancelled.
Vessel will resume regular service departing from Vancouver
at 0400, Sunday, November 2.
J. YATES
Manager
 VANCOUVER, February 26, 1976 File: X-75-8-8
J. fates
Mr. A. McDermott
Montreal
Further to my letter of February 23, concerning damage to dolphin at
Nanaimo, on August 6, 1975, when hit by "Princess of Vancouver."
Copy of voucher seat you indicates $2,837.76 paid Harbour Pile Driving
snd this may not be the damage related amount. Rather, you should
note the "working out" on the foot of Harbour Pile Driving Co. Ltd.'s
invoice, copy of which is attached. It will be seen that the sua of
#2,837.78 does not include piles provided by CP. Rail which cost
$1,639.35 for a  total cost of 64,477.13. CP. Rail has assuptfd
responsibility for $672.13 (general maintenance portion) leaving a
net charge against B.C.C.S.S. of $3,805.00.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, October 30, 1975 File: 163
CIRCULAR #75-7
Account Nanaimo Wharf being out of service for repairs the
regular 2000 sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" from
Vancouver November 1, and the 2400 sailing from Nanaimo that
date will be cancelled.
Vessel will resume regular service departing from Vancouver
at 0400, Sunday, November 2.
J. YATES
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
 VANCOUVER, February26, 1976 Files X-75-8-9
J. Yates
Mr. R.o* Kerr
Division Engineer
Vancouver
Concerning Fore 1409 submitted to cover incident at Nanaimo Terminal
on August 28, 1975, when "Princess of Vancouver" set heavily on
No. 2 dolphin causing hairline cracks on top sections of four pilings.
Vlil you kindly advise cost of repairs snd let us have copy of voucher
issued in payment if available.
If no charges, will appreciate being advised accordingly.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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CANADIAN      PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, October 30, 1975 File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-7
Account Nanaimo Wharf being out of service for repairs the
regular 2000 sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" from
Vancouver November 1, and the 2400 sailing from Nanaimo that
date will be cancelled.
Vessel will resume regular service departing from Vancouver
at 0400, Sunday, November 2.
J. YATES
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
 VAUCOUVtK, February 26, 1976 Fileei X-73-5-9
X-75-8-13
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Mr. A.S. Hilling
vaneeuver
Your letter ef Deeesfeer 4* 1975, file Vie 74.374, coecetaiig daesge
to Wellcox slip at 1213* October IS, 1973, by the "Carrier -.Princess";
Form 1409 submitted.
for insurance purposes will you kindly let me' have''details of cost ef
repairs.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. A. McDermott, Montreal
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, October 30, 1975 File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-7
Account Nanaimo Wharf being out of service for repairs the
regular 2000 sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" from
Vancouver November 1, and the 2400 sailing from Nanaimo that
date will be cancelled.
Vessel will resume regular service departing from Vancouver
at 0400, Sunday, November 2.
J. YATES
Manager
i5eO*OeO*L>e
 1
VANCOUVS&, February 26, 1976 File; X-75-8-13
J. Yafcee
Mr. k.C. Kerr
division Engineer
Vancouver
Your letter ef November 18, 1973, file VIC.4/.3M, concerning
Fors 1409 submitted to cover incident which occurred on October 5,
1975, when the "Princess ef Vancouver" struck the inboard corner
Will appreciate receiving details ef expense involved ia repairs
together with copy of voucher issued in payment. ' 'This is required
by Mr. A. McDermott fear the purpose of making s claim against our
awmwam*m-mymmm ejre/
• . ■■        ■ .■■';<■ ■ ' • ' .
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
«     «
VANCOUVER,  October 30,   1975
File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-7
Account Nanaimo Wharf being out of service for repairs the
regular 2000 sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" from
Vancouver November 1, and the 2400 sailing from Nanaimo that
date will be cancelled.
Vessel will resume regular service departing from Vancouver
at 0400, Sunday, November 2.
J. YATES
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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cc: Mr. A. McDermott, Montreal
Is there a time limit oh this type of claim, as it is sometimes
quite « while before repairs sre made? Please advise slso if
you require cost of repairs for accidents of this type under
#2,000.00.
cc: Mr. B.D. Margetts, Montreal
Your letter of November 24, 1975, file 103-20.
Some difficulty in determining extent of actual damage. Division
Engineer has swarded Contract PaV355 which covers sbout $58,000.00
of work including general maintenance snd some damage claims in
the amount of about #8,000.00 against B.C.C.S.S. It is not known
at this time whether the $8,000.00 is to cover this on* incident
or several but will advise as soon as I have more details from the
Division Engineer.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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6
CANADIAN      PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, October 30, 1975 File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-7
Account Nanaimo Wharf being out of service for repairs the
regular 2000 sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" from
Vancouver November 1, and the 2400 sailing from Nanaimo that
date will be cancelled.
Vessel will resume regular service departing from Vancouver
at 0400, Sunday, November 2.
J. YATES
Manager
B.C.C.o.S.
 \
VANCOUVER, February 26, 1976 File: 320086
■ ■:.■•■ .      i
Mr. J. Yates
Mr. &• firengsr
Manager, Benefits
Montreal
Mr. 8.7. NARY, #P-320086, has elected to retire on pension voluntarily
effective May I, 1976, snd the following documents are enclosed:
Completed Form P.F.37
Completed Font P.f.2
Completed Form Y.D.I
Copy of Certificate of Marriage
Copy of wife's Certificate of Birth
.">
Mansger, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
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CANADIAN      PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, October 30, 1975 File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-7
Account Nanaimo Wharf being out of service for repairs the
regular 2000 sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" from
Vancouver November 1, and the 2400 sailing from Nanaimo that
date will be cancelled.
Vessel will resume regular service departing from Vancouver
at 0400, Sunday, November 2.
J. YATES
Manager
B.C.C.S *S.
 February 26, 1976
File: T-76-40
Mr. Tim w. Cameron
1227 Lynbrook Drive
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
U. S. A.
Deer Mr. Cameron:
Thank you for your letter expressing interest in working on our
cruise vessel.
Before considering your application, it will be necessary to know
whether you are s Canadian citizen or have Isnded immigrant ststus.
All of our vessels ere Canadian registered and similarly to United
States' registered vessels, the Shipping Act does not allow us to
employ aliens.
Sorry ve cannot be of more help at this time but suggest you eontsct
one of the larger American shipping companies. We hope you are
eventually successful in obtaining the kind of employment you sre
seeking.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, October 30, 1975 File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-7
Account Nanaimo Wharf being out of service for repairs the
regular 2000 sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" from
Vancouver November 1, and the 2400 sailing from Nanaimo that
date will be cancelled.
Vessel will resume regular service departing from Vancouver
at 0400, Sunday, November 2.
J. YATES
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
J
 . _ •.  .    /''■'.. L. ...    .       ';_'.    .[■.'. . L'.'' .-'.   . . ; .. . . .. .
February 26, 1976
File: T-76-40
'-.■■■-
Ms. Xaren Lang
2422 — 8th Street, South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55434
U. S. A.
Dear Ms. Lsng:
Thank you for. your letter of February.. 14, 1976, expressing interest
in working on our cruise vessel.
Before considering your application, it will be necessary to know
whether you sre a Canadian citizen or have landed immigrant statue.
All of our vessels ara Canadian registered and similarly to United
States' registered vessala, the Shipping Act does not allow us to
employ aliens.
Sorry we cannot be of more help at this time but suggest you contact
one of the larger American shipping companies. We hope you are
eventually successful in obtaining tha kind of employment you sre
seeking.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, October 30, 1975 File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-7
Account Nanaimo Wharf being out of service for repairs the
regular 2000 sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" from
Vancouver November 1, and the 2400 sailing from Nanaimo that
date will be cancelled.
Vessel will resume regular service departing from Vancouver
at 0400, Sunday, November 2.
J. YATES
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
 February 26, 1976
File: T-76-40
Mr. John Wynanda
22 Fairfield Crescent
Montreal, Quebec
H4X 1K4
Dear John:
Thank you for your latter advising of your availability for work
thia coming summer.
There will, of course, be a position open for you but as you
resigned lest year it will be necessary for us to re-document you
and also for you to have a further medical. I understand that your
sssll problem has been surglcslly corrected so you should have no
difficulty this time in passing the doctor.
Yours truly,
H.L* HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, October 30, 1975 File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-7
Account Nanaimo Wharf being out of service for repairs the
regular 2000 sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" from
Vancouver November 1, and the 2400 sailing from Nanaimo that
date will be cancelled.
Vessel will resume regular service departing from Vancouver
at 0400, Sunday, November 2.
J. YATES
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
 February 26, 1976
File: T-76-40
Mr. Rob Miller
U.K. #5
Madoc, Ontario
Dear Mr. Millar:
Thank you for your latter of February 22, 1976, concerning summer
employment.
V       ■'*■'.   A-
While you have mace us aware of tha data you will be available to
start we are most anxious to learn es to how long we will be able
to count on your services next summer. Please advise.
It is recalled that you left us somewhst early last season.
Yours truly,
H.L, HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, October 30, 1975 File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-7
Account Nanaimo Wharf being out of service for repairs the
regular 2000 sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" from
Vancouver November 1, and the 2400 sailing from Nanaimo that
date will be cancelled.
Vessel will resume regular service departing from Vancouver
at 0400, Sunday, November 2.
J. YATES
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
 VANCOUVER, February 26, 1976 File: T-76-1010 A
P.W. Atkinson
Chief Stewards
PRINCESS 0? VANCOUVER
It has been brought to my attention that the payroll for Period 04
shows sn extrs cook for six days (February 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15)
and additional overtime of eight hours. The "Princes* of Vancouver"
was out of service on February 14, and yet the payroll shows C. Seto
as working, whereas, he was not on the vessel.
Additional staff may be used only when warranted by volume of business.
The Chief Stewerd is responsible for number of crew and payroll expense
and any increase including overtime must be warranted. There is no
justification for additional stsff over 1975 at this time of year.
In future, authorisation must be obtained from myself or the Assistant
Manager.
Please be guided accordingly.
Catering Superintendent
FWA/jb
 VAHCCWER,  Pebruery 26,  1976. Pilei    T-76-69
R.R.  Reid
Mr. J.G* Shave
Vancouver* B.C.
Please find enclosed photostats of publishing correspondence received to date* for your information.
Asst. Manager* B.C.C.S.S,
RRR'BB
 February 25,
File MO.  236
TO BE INITIALLED AND PASSED ALOM
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
Asst. Manager,  B.C.C.S.S.
Marino Superintendent
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Opt.  A. Ross
Harbour Master
National Harbours Board
Granville Square
200 Granville 8t*
Vancouver* B.C.
Pear capt* Roes$
Reference your letter February 23rd concerning the
movement of dangerous commodities within the Port
of Vancouver. ...-■,
The following is a summary of goods which could
possibly be classed as dangerous, and Which we have
transported on our vessels in trailers and trucks
over a period of three months* between Vancouver,
Nanaimo and Swart* Bay*
Com^od^ty
Dry Cleaning Fluid
yypi .oX.Y.fMffia,
Drums  in Trailers
Tank Trailers &
Trucks
service Station    upplies        Trailers
Propane Tank Truck
o.xy-Acetylen©  Cyls. Truck
Jet AFuel Tank Truck
Bi-monthly
44 Trips
88 Trips
4 Trips
14 Trips
17 trips
I would stress that any vehicles carrying the above
listed goods are not at any time transported on passenger-
carrying vessels,    on other vessels they are stowed on
open deck space only.   Drop trailers and single axle
trucks are parked on board ship with air brakes
"dynamited" and wheel blocks in place*
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 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.     (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY COST OF DRINKS
25-100 4 Drinks   -   $3.00
Mjbcers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room."
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.    Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
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Rail cars are secured on board our vessels by means
of stop block coupling on one end of each string.
Air brakes are "dynamited" and hand brakes are set
on end.- oar of each string*- In accordance with regulations, all rail oars containing dangerous commodities
have covering emergency response forms delivered to
the Deck officer of a vessel prior to being loaded*
and he ill turn hands these forms to the switching crew
at destination at time of unloading*
Insofar as types of dangerous commodities carried in
rail cars *  freejuenoy of shipment, etc.* are concerned*
we do not have thia information* and I would therefore
suggest you write Mr. A.B. Hilling, Superintendent,
Vancouver Division* CP Rail* Granville :<pare„ 200
Granville St.* as he has jurisdiction over the movement
of rail traffic between Vancouver and Vancouver Island.
Yours very truly*
J. YATBS
'Manager., B.C.C.S.S.''
IiBJ'BB .
. be. Mr. A.E. Hilling
Vancouver* B.C.
For your information, copy of Capt. Ross1 letter
is attached.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   $3-00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.   Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3« Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
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CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
OPORD       - #76-4 Date:  February 25, 1976,
Distribution - Groups One, Two & Three  File:  163
Reference   - (a) OPORD #76-1, January 28, 1976.
(b) CIRCULAR #75-6, October 22, 1975.
Subject     - "Carrier Princess" Schedule
To facilitate traffic demand, the "Carrier Princess" until
further notice, will continue to operate in Nanaimo service
on Mondays, as indicated in above references.
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February 25. 197$.
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File No. T-76-101-PP
.
Burrard Dry Book Co* 3*td».
■ .P*0* Box 86099 .•„ y-,
.. North Vancouver, B.C.
V7L 4J6
Attention* Mr. T.K. Duncan
 „ .„„ :.n, gpa^^lQiff,,t^naHar,
Gentlemen*
At your earliest convenience would you please give
me an estimated cost of the attached specifications
for the annual drydocking of our vessel, the
"Pr incase' Patricia •■
The above vessel ia scheduled to.be available off
your docks at 7»00 a.m., April 5, 1976*
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Yours very-truly*'
T.  KISS
Superintendent Engineer
TK'BB
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY COST OF DRINKS
25-100 4 Drinks   -   #3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party mentoers only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.   Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a mini mum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
 VANCOUVER, February 25, 1976.      Filet 206
A.it* cairns
Mr* A*8. Hilling
Vancouver* B*C.
Staring tho recent drydocking period of the "Princess
of Vancouver* "work waa undertaken to effect rape ire
to--the atem... transom area of' the locating pin for
Wellcox ramps.  A
A   •    ""' '   ■•■''::        ,;3       '
This work* costing approximately $12*000.00* waa necessitated' in part fey hard iispact rail shunts to the on-board
stop blocks* thus .causing undue stress to tne locating
' pin support area and' drop .Link anchor points*, aa.. well aa
to the ramp itself.
It la revested therefore* that you apprise rail crews
of the need'to exercise greater care in loading to the
stop; blocks*'1"
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Marine Superintendent.
ANC'BB
cc*    Master*   "Princess of Vancouver*
Master*' "Trailer Princess*
, ■
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTI
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   $3-00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only,  and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.    Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a mini mum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
 J    :   W   '
^ CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
ANNUAL DRYDOCKING - APRIL 1976
PAINTING AND CLEANING
1. Underwater surfaces up to deep load line to be sandswept and
washed off with fresh water, bare spots touched up with anti-
corrosive paint, followed by one full coat of anti-corrosive
and one full coat of anti-fouling.
2. White hull from deep load line to underside of guard to be
sandswept and washed off with fresh water, bare spots touched
up with primer and followed by one full coat of topside white.
3. Hull from guard to line of boat deck. Rusty areas to be scaled
off to good metal and primer applied, followed by one full coat
of topside white.
4. Masts and funnels.  Loose paint to be scaled off and primer
applied to bare spots prior to one full top coat.
5. Draught marks, plimsol marks, and ship's name and port of
registry to be repainted.
All paints to be supplied by CP Rail.
ADDITIONAL ITEMS
1. Storm valves and intermediate storm valves, mid section to be
opened up for inspection.  Pins, jointing and leathers to be
renewed as necessary.
2. Sea suction valves to be opened up for survey, chests cleaned
out and painted with 'Triple A' marine paint.  Valves ground
in, machined as required, new packing in valve stems and new
jointing fitted as required.
3. All sea gratings to be removed, apertures cleaned out, bare
spots touched up with anti-corrosive paint, followed by one
full coat of anti-corrosive and one full coat of anti-fouling,
4. Wear-down of port and starboard propeller shafts taken and
recorded.
5. Possible minor damage of port and starboard propellers to be
faired in place. Any major propeller damage then propellers
to be replaced with spares.
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ADDITIONAL ITEMS (Cont'd.)
6. Port and starboard stern glands to have first three turns of
packing removed and new packing fitted.
7. Rudder to open up for Lloyds and C.S.I, inspection and survey.
Weardowns and pintle clearances to be taken and recorded before
and after disassembly.
8. Rudder gland to repack.
9. Zinc anodes at stern end, rudder and bossing to be renewed as
required.
10. Auxiliary boiler and main boiler forward and after blowdown
shipside valves to open up, lap in and repack.
11. Suction valves port and starboard, also discharge valve of
air conditioning unit in #2 hold to be cleaned out, overhauled
and repacked.
12. suction and discharge valves of refrigerator unit in after
tunnel section to be cleaned, overhauled and repacked.
Lloyds and Canadian Steamship Inspector to be called in by Shipyard
as required.
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TELEX                                                                 VANCOUVER*B.C. FEB.   25/76
B.D.  HARGETTS               01-20365
MONTREAL.   OWE.
FEB 23/76 A 21/3.4 C 192/.8 E 70/.4 F 150/9.3 G 82/6.8 J  .5
K 21.2       BCC-53
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER*  BCCSS
WWH"BB
 VANCOUVER, February 24, 1976.
R.R. Reid
Mr* B.I. Williams
Vancouver* B.C.
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Monccier, B.GGS&
Asst. MGrsoc©r, BxCCSS
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Accot..
Please refer to your File 8-50012-900-28012-6 of February
19th, and find attached one of the two file copies respecting printing of ticlcet BCS 5x3*
All numbers must be the same on each coupon of the ticket*
otherwise* proof is  in order.
Asst.  Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
RRR'BB
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Avsalable for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTI COST OF DRINKS
25-100 4 Drinks   -   #3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.    Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a mini mum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
 February 24, 1976.
Pile No. 75.CHA.529.A,
Mrs. Joan Morrison, Manager
Light's Travel    «arviee Ltd.
311 Highiilay 33 West
Rutland, B.C.
VIX 1X8
Iffr ifts, a^na ^upw|Q
Dear Mrs. Morrison: ftsi."'"'*
Thank yew Kindly for your letter addressed to Mr.
E.H. Timbers, requesting on behalf of Mrs, Anna
ludwig, Christmas card which was sent to passengers
who sailed in the "Princess Patricia" during the
1975 cruise season.
We are pleased to enclose two copies for your use,
and wish to point out that these were mailed to all
those whose addresses were legible on the Immigration
questionnaire forms required of all passengers sailing in the "Patricia." Seme were missed because we
could not decipher handwriting, also some did go
astray in the mails.
Thank you for your inquiry.
Yours very truly.
R.R. .REID
Asst. Manager* B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
^
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTI
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   $3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.   Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3#    Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a mini mum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
 mhruary-24* 1976.
File No. T-76-30-2
T-f6-30-3
Mr. R» Grant
Iiis'uranc© Officer
jJdjg&n.'e. Transport Ltd". , r
3rd Floor, 435 Trunk Road
a»wn» B.C.* .
,V9L,.2P8
Dear Mr. Grants ,
.I.am in receipt ©f your letter dated February 17th,
•rinT^hich you .ttate yo>iir • intention to deduct, the sum
.of -$432.62 fromymr. next:' remittanoe, in .aetttenetit
- of damages allegedly sustained by standard Oil Units
..9065..and .806.6 whilst.in our hands.
X.would point out that it is not this Cdtimny's
policy to handle claims in this fasten, as,our. account-
-lug prodedam clearly, specify- that settlement of
-eiaiis©' rmat be handled separately .from Aecaunts Receivable* ■ The course you intend taking could possibly
put-your account 'in a serious d@bit;position.
The claim will be looked into, but,maanwhile, kindly
lot tm teve certified copies of invoice® tor repairs
to both trailers. A
Yours very truly.
J. YMSKS
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH'BB
be.    Mr.  C.A. Aitken - Will you kindly let me have Mr.
Pelley's report on #8065.     I have his report on
#8066.    Please supply copies  of waybills and advise
r espons ibil ity.
Office Manager
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 TELEX
VANCOUVER, B.C.* FEB. 23/76
B.D. MRRGETTS
MONTREAL* QUE,
01-20365
FEB 19/76 A 36/5.8 <T 22S/.9 E 68/.4 F 193/12.0 G 143AL9
J  .2 K 31.2
FEB 20/76 A 54/8.7 C 431A.8 E 125/,7 F 180.11.2 G 121/10.0
J  .3 K 32.7
FEB 21/76 A 41/6.6 B 4A.3 C 404A.7 E 105/.6 F 38/2.4 G 33At7
H 12/3.7 I 1.0 J .7 K 20.7
BCC-52
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER* BCCSS
'BB
,_^_J0 |£ UHTIALLEB AND PASSED km.
Manager,. &..CC.S.S
Asst jfrtonoger; B.C.C.S.ST
Marine Super srtfendenf
SupSfihtensfent Engineer
Qtferihty Superintendent
T€*ntfho$ Stapsrinfendent
Analyst
Gffite M^Tcgee-
PutcmMtf crrt
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  TELEX
VANCOUVER, B.C.. FEB. 23/76
Files T-76-150
J.D. MASON     MDMD
MONTREAL, QUE.
PLEASE ARRANGE CASH ADVANCE 200.00 FAVOUR T KING SUPT
ENGINEER AND 300.00 R R REID ASST MANAGER BCCSS VANCOUVER
ACCOUNT TRIP TO KETCHIKAN MARCH 1ST TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR
BCC-49
R.R.  REID
ASST MANAGER BCCSS
VJOWO
RRR'BB
 TELEX VANCOUVER. B.C.. FEB. 23/76
File:  609
B.D. MARGETTS     01-20365
MONTREAL. QUE.
N END VANC IS VOY NO 70 FEB 21 NBD A 15 B ONE C 8 D 4 RAIL
FOR ESTD REV 5350 STOP SBD A 14 B NIL C NIL D 1 TRUCK AND
9 MT RAIL FOR ESTD REV 2950 TOTAL REV 8300 BCC-51
s
R.R.  REID
ASST.  MANAGER,   BCCSS
CAA'BB
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C.. FEB. 23/76
Filet  103
J.D. MASON       MDMD
MONTREAL, QUE.
JDMA BDMA03 RE PAYMEOT OF OUTSTANDING B3T FOLLOWING FIRMS
ARROW TRANSFER - DEC 21 PAID FEB 4 JAN 7 PAID FEB 17
PSCIFIC mODUCE - JAN 7 THROUGH 21 PAID FEB 6 JAN 31 PAID FEB 17
INTERCITY EXPRESS CO - ALL DEC NANAIMO AND SWARTZ BAY PAID
FEB 6
BANKERS DISPATCH - JAN 14 PAID FEB 7
JOHNSTON TSIMINALS - ALL DEC SWARTZ BAY AND NANAIMO PAID BY FEB 1*\
■
PACIFIC CARTAGE - ALL DEC SWARTZ BAY AND NANAIMO PAID FEB 7
CPT- ALL DEC JAN 7 SWARTZ BAY AND ALL DEC PLUS JAN 7
THROUGH 21 NANAIMO PAID FEB 5
SIDNEY FREIGHT - ALL JAN PAID FEB 21
GRASS ICK TRANSPORT - DEC 21 SWARTZ BAY PAID FEB 14
IDEAL FUEL TRANSPORT - JAN 21 NANAIMO AND SWARTZ BAY PAID FEB 19
DOMAN TRANSPORT - ALL DOMAN AND DAVINDER JANUARY PAID FEB
13 EXCEPT 884.96 O/S ON JAN DOMAN NANAIMO
BCC-50 PLEASE FORWARD COPY MR. MARGETTS
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER,  BCCSS
CAA'BB
 I
VANCOUVER, February 23,  1976. File*     309491
R.R. Reid
Mr* C.A* Aitken
Vancouver* B.C.
J&\  j qOftPOff J,,, WEBSTBfi* TRA^yjC flBBBEBBe
With reference to recent conversation between Mr. Yatee
and Mr. Webster concerning change in shifts to be worked
toy Mr. Webster, 2330-0730*
For your information, Mr. Webster is to reran in on thia
shift until August 31, 1976* at which time his file will
be reviewed.
Asst. Manager* B.CCS.S.
RRR'BB
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY COST OF DRINKS
25-100 4 Drinks   -   $3.CO
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.    Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER* Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
lours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
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February S3, 19*«»
File No* 430
Mr* w,j»
Distribution * Traf fle
Fishing Co* ltd.
r*   aM£#:
to acknowledge your letter Off
addressed Jolofeljs* to Mr*. tf*if* Itssfd^OBWiy* ^i^fe^^tmWmmmmmt
of .MIo* £0r Johnston Tarsilaele Ltd., em to t&le
p* ineiBit.'.t.liMf the wveesaatt of hawtinm
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stately mrcfc 7th far daratioa of Mime* 10 mm® M
Thia will eenfirw that we will protect four trailer
or tJie    ite jjwceee or l TnMieeuve* »rosi iseminsa ao vail**
ceuvssr* as prev*aii»&y cimuhhtx so *  isogaiifia* w*,«o era
epen- nuafcer of trailers on the * Carter s'rlitcaea*
departing Ii30 *•••• and' on the "tmma.ymn Deris* at
StOO **••   Trailers received after 4ei«*rt«re of -
' -  "Carrier rrlncess * mil be handled oo the "Trailer
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sailing'frest ^snaine is a heavily patronised peafaeogsc
sail ing* we 'Will net handle herring 'trailers on that
sailino* hut feel that adetaiste protection will be
five* by the StOO p.». aalliog of the dialler Princess. -
I
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTI
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   #3-00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party mentoers only,  and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.   Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3* Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
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 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY
25-100
COST OF BRINKS
4 Drinks   -   $3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only,  and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
CF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.   Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
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vmcxmm* fetnaiary 23* 1976*
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Filei    mm
mth reference to your recent visit to the British
Columbia Comet Iteoiiwtilr Bmrvime* me wish to advia«
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tracing, which wo have fully dJocoeeed and eoemindod open*
The following pwwnic* will bo
After 14 daya following billing* first tracer will bo
stent, followed,by a second tracer 31 days fro* original
date of forwardance*    On the 2Sth day* phone call will be
1 code %my either Hhettf «%gonfe 'mm* Asot* Afjaot* ■ Spool*! nothing
bo forthcoming em a result of-the' foregoing within seven
days* Tenalaa! ^uporintendant Mill
will bo diacuased with
for' further
mmm Mr* Sqmtfci coKjaenced tracing delincpent -
tho nltttntlon has iMproved ereatlv* and there are refclly
only 12 ftoooonto roguiring cootiinod attention at the
present tiiae* all of which ara the najeer shintfore•   ■
•Mr* Aitken, Terminal -aiperintendent. In- arranging con-
tact* names and telephone nuraber*. and Mr* BunuXl will
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RRR'BB
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   $3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only,  and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
CF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee'8
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USB
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.    Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3» Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
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oo*   Mr* €•*• Althen, Vancouver.
Mr* J*U* SuauXi, Vancouver*
Hr» 1* Bobinaoa. Kanalno*
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Mr* K«tf» Holland* Montreal*
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   $3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only,  and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.    Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3« Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "HtlNCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
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VAUCOyVHR, February 23* 1976* Filet    608
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With referenoe to oar discussions concerning the iiaole-
mentation of inter is shirosina bill* we have now
vised as fallows fron Mr* U.S.
rt
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the shipping bil 1* shomid bo done on Fane % report tolling'
that cK«ntinaity of bills bearing tho Bates
ia tsaintained ami all numbers accounted for."
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Way will bo not op to handle interim shipping bills.    The
Sfseeifle attention ■reaardlner cash sales Into 'net been
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tat presume that sane should bo reported aa a
nolo on Pass a In the ordinary nenner.
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disoasaed Inpiewontotion Of interio ehip|?ing bill with
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way be issued by this off lea*
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Manager * B .C *C •$ .S1
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY COST OF DRINKS
25-100 4 Drinks   -   $3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
CF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.    Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier k-3»    Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
 February 23* 1976*
File Ho* T-76-10
Messrs* ziegler* ziegler & Cloudy
f #0* Box 979
Ketchikan, Alaslca 99901.
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Gentlemen t
We are returning original and four conies of License
Agreement covering the 1976 cruise season, with the
reguest that the following dates be included under
paragraph .2, "Term of License*? In view of the charters
being operated by the "Princess Patricia" prior to and
following her normal cruise seasons
«iff«ISiii» in 1mi111Tjir»B»
-, ' . •       ■ I
5-17-7© 0830-1300
5-25-76 0830-1300
9-14-76 0830-1300
9-22-76 0830-1300
9-30-76 0830-1300
We will be pleased to complete same upon return of the
enclosed*
Yours very truly*
J* YATES
Manager* B.c.c.s.s.
RRR'BB
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   $3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
CF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.    Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3« Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a mini mum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
 VANCOUVER, February 23, 1976.
A.N. Cairns
Second officer
"Carrier Prineees'
Filet     AGR.2.SIU.GEN.
In perusing your February overtime sheets, it is noted
two seamen are claiming overtime for letting lines go
when departing layover berth for movement to A-3*
In future, only one seaman is to be called out for lotting
go,
.
Marine Superintendent
ANC'BB
tf
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTI
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   #3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
CF VANGOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.    Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a mini mum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
 February 23, 1976.
Mr*  E. Priebe
Regional sales Manager
Lufthansa Airlines
1010 West Georgia St.
Vancouver* b.c.
Dear Ecfcei
X am pleased, to enclose photograph and information
on the "Princess Beatrice," which X hope will be of
assistance to you.
With best regards,. . ,
Yours very truly.
R «R.  REID
Asst. Manager,  B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
■•■
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTI
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   $3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only,  and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
CF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.   Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
OPORD       - #76-3 Date: February 23, 1976,
File*  163
Distribution - Groups One, Two &
Three (Exclude
"Princess Patricia)
Reference   -
Subject     - Extra Sailings MV "Trailer Princess" account
Fish Contract.
"Trailer Princess," in addition to regular Swartz Bay schedule*
will operate daily to Nanaimo as follows:
March 8 through 12 inclusive
March 15    "  19
Depart A-3  1230 for Nanaimo
Nanaimo 1700 for Vancouver
REMARKS:
The above proposed schedule may be altered as  traffic volume
dictates.
Wharf Traffic Supervisor to co-ordinate.
A.N.  CAIRNS
Marine Superintendent
 VANCOUVER, February 23, 197a File: 335620
J. Yates
Mr* R. Granger,
Manager, Benefits,
Montreal
Re: Jeaes McAulay, P-335620, S.I.N. 701-379-984,
Foreaan Carpenter. Victoria
Reference your form letter dated February 19, file 2479, enclosed
herewith is completed Porn P.F.39.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 Canadian pacific l i h i t e d
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
seniority roster of employees of STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE SEAFARERS' INTERNATIONAL
UNION OF CANADA
Date :
September
1, 1972
District:
Division:
Department:
B.C. Coast
Steamship Service
Seniority Gr
oup:  Uncert
ificated ratings
in the Engineroom
Dept
J m
Seniority
Christian
Date of
Stanains No.
Surname
Name
Perm No.
Seniority
1
HORROCKS
Delbert E.
P-126944
July
17
,   1930
2
BROWN
Robert C.
P-309431
Aug.
17,
1947
3
MOSELEY
Edv/ard W.
P-317135
July
16
, 1948
4
SIGERSON
Charles
320253
Apr.
9
1949
5
ATTWOOD
Richard T.
P-328105
Apr.
12 j
1950
6
CAPUTO
Giusenpe
P-369567
July
30.
1955
7
SMITH
Paul R.
P-395343
July
27,
1958
a
HARPER
Charles R.
178205
June
16
, 1965
9
CALLAHAN
Patrick I.
390598
July
4,
1965
10
TEICHROEB
Peter A.
385034
Feb.
10
, 1967
11
JESSOPE
Daniel F.
P-435829
Aug.
4,
1967
12
TOWERS
James A.
P-257449
Oct.
10
1968
13
HASENHEIT
Alfred V.
P-413770
March
31
, 1969
14
ROMAN
Valter
410993
Apr.
6
, 1970
15
HEBERT
Joseph G.
309446
May
1,
1970
16
SKLUT
Harry J.
348776
June
16
1970
17
LUND
Borge
355526
July
10.
1970
18
HILLS
Melvin
452909
Sept.
28
1970
19
MARCHAND
torian P.
413566
Aug.
10;
, 1971
.•'!•_.-r.u i  ■-■V
...  (
Vancouver, September 1, 1972,
 VANCOUVER, February 23, 1976
J. Yates
Mr. R. Granger
Manager, Benefits
Montreal
File: 137700
Further ay letter of February 2, 1976, concerning J.H. SAKDBERG,
ep-137700, Payroll #955*
Are you now in a position to advise regarding Captain Sandberg'a
attainment of 70 points*
Manager, B*G.C.S.S.
HLH/jb .
 Canadian pacific  limited
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES
REPRESENTED BY THE SEAFARERS'
UNION OF CANADA
OF STAFFS
INTERNATIONAL
Date:  September 1, 1972
District:
Division:
Department:
B.C. Coast
Steamship Service
Seniority Gr
oup:  Uncert
ificated ratings
in the Eng
ineroom
Dept
/ •
Seniority
Christian
Date oi
»
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm No.
Seniority
1
HORROCKS
Delbert F.
P-126944
July
17
, 1930
2
BROWN
Robert C.
P-309481
Aug.
17.
, 1947
3
MOSELEY
Edward W.
P-317135
July
16
1948
4
SIGERSON
Charles
320253
Apr.
9
, 1949
5
ATTWOOD
Richard T.
P-328105
Apr.
12
, 1950
6
CAPUTO
Giusenpe
P-369567
July
30'
1955
I
SMITH
Paul R.
P-395343
July
27,
1958
8
HARPER
Charles R.
178205
June
16
, 1965
9
CALLAHAN
Patrick I.
390598
July
4,
1965
10
TEICHROEB
Peter A.
385034
Feb.
10
■ 1967
11
JESSOPE
Daniel F.
P-435829
Aug.
4i
1967
12
TOWERS
James A.
P-257449
Oct.
10,
1968
13
HA3ENHEIT
Alfred W.
P-413770
March
31.
1969
14
ROMAN
Walter
410993
Apr.
6,
, 1970
15
HEBERT
Joseph G.
309446
May
1.
1970
16
SKLUT
Harry J.
348776
June
16,
, 1970
H
LUND
Borge
355526
July
10,
1970
18
PilLLS
Melvin
452909
Sept.
28,
1970
19
MARCHAND
torian P.
413566
Aug.
1°,
1971
Vancouver, September 1, 1972
 February 23, 1976
File: t-73-30-36
Inter-City Express Ltd.
2635 Dollsrton Ray.
North Vancouver, B.C.
V7H IB!
Dear Sirs:
I have received further copiesof your invoices to cover repairs
for damage sustained to your trailer #409, on August 6, 1975.
I have been advised by our Claims Department that voucher in
settlement is being prepared and should reach you in the near
future.
Yours truly,
H.L, HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLK/jb
 Canadian pacific lip. ited
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE SEAFARERS' INTERNATIONAL
UNION OF CANADA
Date :
September
1, 1972
District:
Division:
Department:
B.C. Coast
Steamship Service
Seniority Gr
oup:  Uncert
ificated ratings
in the Engineroom
Dept
* m
Seniority
Christian
Date of
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm No.
Seniority
1
HORROCKS
Delbert E.
P-126944
July
17
,   1930
2
BROWN
Robert C.
P-309481
Aug.
17
1947
3
MOSELEY
Edward W.
P-317135
July
16
1948
4
SIGERSON
Charles
320253
Apr.
9
, 1949
5
ATTWOOD
Richard T.
P-328105
Apr.
12 ^
1950
6
CAPUTO
Giusenpe
P-369567
July
30
1955
7
SMITH
Paul R.
P-395343
July
27
, 1958
8
HARPER
Charles R.
178205
June
16
, 1965
9
CALLAHAN
Patrick I.
390598
July
4,
1965
10
TEICHROEB
Peter A.
385034
Feb.
10
, 1967
11
JESSOPE
Daniel F.
P-435829
Aug. , .
4.
1967
12
TOWERS
James A.
P-257449
Oct.
10
1968
13
HA3ENHEIT
Alfred W.
P-413770
March
31
, 1969
14
ROMAN
Walter
410993
Apr.
6
t  1970
15
HEBERT
Joseph G.
309446
May
1.
1970
16
SKLUT
Harry J.
348776
June
16,
1970
XZ
LUND
Borge
355526
July
10
1970
18
PULLS
Melvin
452909
Sept.
28
1970
19
MARCHAND
lLorian P.
413566
Aug.
10'
, 1971
Vancouver, September 1, 1972.
 February 23, 1976
File: 303500
Mr. T.A. Banks
2230 Wilier Avenue
Sidney, B.C.
Dear Mr. Banks:
Further to ay letter of November 24, 1975, this is to advise
that your last day of paid leave will be February 26, 1976.
Will you kindly advise this office what your intentions are
beyond that date.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LI M I T E D
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES
REPRESENTED BY THE SEAFARERS'
UNION OF CANADA
OF STAFFS
INTERNATIONAL
Date:  September 1, 1972
District:
Division:
Department:
B.C. Coast
Steamship Service
-
Seniority Gr
oup:  Uncertificated ratings
in the Eng
ineroom
Dept
* m
Seniority
Christian
Date ol
»
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm No.
Seniority
1
HORROCKS
Delbert E.
P-126944
July
17
, 1930
2
BROWN
Robert C.
P-309481
Aug.
17.
, 1947
3
M03ELEY
Edv/ard W.
P-31713 5
July
16
, 1948
4
SIGERSON
Charles
320253
Apr.
9
1949
5
ATTWOOD
Richard T.
P-328105
Apr.
12
1950
6
CAPUTO
Giusenpe
P-369567
July
30,
1955
7
SMITH
Paul R.
P-395343
July
27,
1958
8
HARPER
Charles R.
178205
June
16
, 1965
9
CALLAHAN
Patrick I.
390598
July
4,
1965
10
TEICHROEB
Peter A.
385034
Feb.
10
, 1967
11
JESSOME
Daniel F.
P-435829
Aug.
4,
1967
12
TOWERS
James A.
P-257449
Oct.
10
, 1968
13
HASENHEIT
Alfred W.
P-U3770
March
31
, 1969
14
ROMAN
Walter
410993
Apr.
6
, 1970
15
HEBERT
Joseph G.
309446
May
1
, 1970
16
SKLUT
Harry J.
348776
June
16
, 1970
17
LUND
Borge
355526
July
10
, 1970
18
MILLS
Melvin
452909
Sept.
28
1970
19
MARCHAND
t.orian P.
413566
Aug.
10'
1971
Vancouver, September 1, 1972.
 VANCOUVER, February 23, 1976
J. Yates
Mr. A. McDermott
Montreal
Filet X-75-8-8
Further to Form 1409 submitted to cover accident at Nenaimo, B.C.,
when the "Princess of Vancouver" damaged the dolphin while docking
on August 6, 1975.
Enclosed is photostat copy of voucher issued in payment of the
invoice for repairs.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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ARTICLE  7
BOILER PENALTY PAYMENT
7.1 When it is necessary on any occasion for an
Engineer Officer to supervise, inspect or carry out work in
boilers, he shall be compensated for such time worked at an
established penalty rate outlined below:
7.2 Engineers on the "Princess of Vancouver" and
"Trailer Princess" when performing maintenance work in the
area of the crankcases shall be compensated for such at the
established penalty rate.
Penalty Overtime Rates-
July 1, 1968      -  $2.39
September 1, 1969  -  $3.08
ARTICLE  8
VESSELS OUT OF COMMISSION
8.1 Employees working on laid-up ships on Saturdays,
Sundays and on any of the Statutory Holidays shown in Article
11, provided the ship is not on articles, will be credited with
leave at the overtime rate.  No weekly leave will be allowed
for time worked on Saturday or Sunday.
8.2 When a Deck or Engineer Officer is required to
remain on board ship on duty all night for security reasons
after having worked eight (8) hours during the day, he shall
be credited with leave for any time in excess of the eight
(8) hours at the regular overtime rate.
ARTICLE  9
SHORTHANDED
9.1 In the case of any vessel sailing without a full
complement of watchkeeping Officers and when it is necessary
for an Officer to work in excess of his scheduled hours,
overtime shall be accumulated as leave and calculated at the
regular overtime rate.
8
 VANCOUVER. February 23, 1976 Filet X-75-8-4
J. Yates
Mr. A. McDermott
Montreal
Bet "Princess of Vancouver" damaged Pier A-3
 mmmmM   Vf,F^fe«   PP Mf^ft   Ut    lilm	
As requested in your letter of February 10, 1 now enclose copy
of Canadian Pacific voucher in settlement of this account.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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ARTICLE 3 (contd.)
3.6 If the procedures set out in Articles 3.4 and
3.5 have not been complied with within the time limits
specified therein, the dispute will be considered to have
been satisfactorily settled on the basis of the decision
of the Manager, Marine Operations.
3.7 The hearing shall be held by the arbitrator in
the office of the Industrial Relations Officer, Federal.
Department of Labour, Vancouver, unless the arbitrator deems
it advisable because of special circumstances to hold the
hearing elsewhere. Pt  such hearing argument may be presented
orally or in writing and each party shall call such witnesses
as it deems necessary.  The arbitrator shall render his award
together with the reasons therefor in writing to the parties
concerned within thirty (30) calendar days following conclusion of the hearing.
3.8 The Company and the Guild shall respectively
bear any expenses each has incurred in the presentation of
the case to the arbitrator but any general or common expenses
including the remuneration and expense of the arbitrator shall
be divided equally.
ARTICLE  4
VOLUNTARY DEDUCTION OF UNIFORM MONTHLY UNION DUES
 AND INITIATION FEE  	
4.1 The Company shall deduct on the payroll for the
pay period which contains the 24th day of each month from
wages due and payable to each employee coming within the scope
of this Agreement, an amount equivalent to the uniform monthly
union dues, subject to the conditions and exceptions set forth
hereunder:-
4.2 The amount to be deducted shall be equivalent to
the uniform regular dues payment of the Guild signatory hereto,
covering the position in which the employee concerned is
engaged.  The amount to be deducted shall not be changed
during the term of this Agreement, except to conform with a
change in the amount of regular dues of the Guild in accordance with its constitutional provisions.  The provisions of
this Article shall be applicable on receipt by the Company
of notice in writing from the Guild of the amount of regular
monthly dues.
 February 23, 1976
Pile: T-75-31-33
Mr* H.J. McCormack
19041 Ingomar Street
Reseda, California 91335
U. S. A.
Dear Mr. McCormackt
1 have now received your letter dated December 2, 1975, concerning
damage to your boat and regret the lete reply. This is due to the
fact that your letter was misdirected and did not come in to ray
bands until today.
1 recall the conversation you had with the Agent at Kaneirao and
there is some evidence that you failed to manoeuvre your boat
trailer properly; however, 1 will arrange for e cheque to be Issued
in the amount of $87.95 provided you forward me e copy of the bill
for repairs.
The only thing that was enclosed with your letter was an estimate
of repairs end this is not suitable for our purposes.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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ARTICLE 4 (contd.)
deductions or remittances.  However, in any instance in
which an error occurs in the amount of any deduction of dues
or initiation fees from an employee's wages, the Company
shall adjust it directly with the employee.  In the event
of any mistake by the Company in the amount of its remittance
to the Guild, the Company shall adjust the amount in a
subsequent remittance.  The Company's liability for any and
all amounts deducted pursuant to the provisions of this
Article shall terminate at the time it remits the amounts
payable to the designated officer or officers of the
Organization.
4.10 The question of what, if any, compensation shall
be paid the Company by the Guild signatory hereto in recognition of services performed under this Article, shall be
left in abeyance subject to reconsideration at the request
of either party on fifteen (15) days notice in writing, at
any time during the life of this Agreement.
4.11 In the event of any action at law against the
parties hereto or any of them resulting from any deduction
or deductions from payrolls made or to be made by the Company
pursuant to the first and third sections of this article, all
parties shall co-operate fully in the defense of such action.
Each party shall bear its own cost of such defense, except
that if at the request of the Guild, counsel fees are incurred,
these shall be borne by the Guild.  Save as aforesaid, the
Guild shall indemnify and save harmless the Company from any
losses, damages, costs, liability or expenses suffered or
sustained by it as a result of any such deduction or deductions from payrolls.
ARTICLE  5 . -
HOURS OF LABOUR AND WEEKLY LEAVE
5.1 The 8-hour day, 5-day week, shall be the basis
of this Agreement.
5.2 On vessels operating on a three-watch system,
leave shall be granted on the basis of two (2) days off for
each five (5) days worked.  If not convenient to grant the
leave currently, it may be accumulated.  Weekly leave shall
not be accumulated beyond a four-week (4) period unless
relief Officers cannot be provided or unless otherwise
mutually agreed between the Company and the Guild.
 February 23, 1976
Filet 1-76-40
Mr. George Horel
Place Vanier Residence
1935 Lower Mall, Box 372
Vancouver, B.C.
Vol 1X1
Dear Mr. Horel:
Thank you for your letter of February 11, 1976, in which you
express interest in employment on our vessels.
The only type of positions we have are in the Steward's Department
starting with Porter end if you require deck work, you will have
to go to the Seafarer's International Union with whom we have a
contract.
It is only fair to advise you that we are giving some thought to
drastically reducing the rtuuber of "students" we hire next season.
This is due to the fact that they ell return to school or university
some four weeks before the end of our "season."
Lest yeer we lost 23 "student'* employees in one week alone from
the Steward's Department end the effect of bringing in 23 inexperienced
and untried people late in the season cam well be imagined. It was
only by tremendous additional effort and tolerance on the part of
these remaining that we were able to maintain the quality of service
to our paying passengers. This is to say nothing of the additional
strain imposed on our office services la obtaining end documenting
this many new staff.
Your letter will receive consideration but preference will be given
to applicants who undertake to serve until the ship finally ties up
around October 2. Perhaps you will be kind enough to advise if you
can meet this requirement.
Yours truly*
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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ARTICLE 10 (contd.)
when annual vacation will commence.  Senior men shall have
preference of dates.
10.9 Annual vacation shall be allowed, unless otherwise mutually agreed, in one unbroken period.
10.10 Time off duty on account of bona fide cases of
illness, or to attend committee meetings, not exceeding
sixty (60) days, shall not be deducted from service when
calculating time for annual vacation purposes.  In cases of
illness, medical certificate must be provided.
ARTICLE 11
STATUTORY HOLIDAYS
11.1 Employees shall be allowed New Year's Day,
Good Friday, Victoria Day, Dominion Day, Labour Day,
Thanksgiving Day, Remembrance Day and Christmas Day on all
ships whether laid-up or in operation.
11.2 If not convenient, and employees are called
upon to work on any or all of the eight (8) holidays specified,
or in the event they are on weekly leave or annual vacation with
pay on any or all of the eight (8) holidays specified, they
shall later be allowed equivalent leave with pay.
11.3 The appropriate leave factor shall be added to
any statutory holidays worked.while the vessel is at sea.
ARTICLE 12
OFFICERS;  ACCOMMODATION
12.1        Each Officer to be provided with a single berth
cabin and also to be provided with first class linen and
towels.
ARTICLE 13
SUBSISTENCE
13.1 All  ships  to be  found  in port  if vessel   is   laid
up  less  than one week,   but  if vessel,   is  to be withdrawn from
 10
 February 23, 1976
File* T-76-40
Mr. G.H. Wilson
Apt. n
166 University Avenue
Kingston, Ontario
Dear Mr. Wilson:
Thank you for your letter of February 3, advising thet you will
be available for service aboard the "Princess Patricia" this
coming season.
Concerning your statement thet you feel competent to stert off
the season as Waiter, kindly note that as an employee whose
services ere only available to us in certain months, you do not
have any position entitlement, particularly es you resigned well
before the end of last season.
The Chief Steward was well pleased with your work but it will be
appreciated that permanent people must be given preference so far
as promotion is concerned, all other things being equal.
Last year we lost 23 "student" employees in one week alone from the
Steward's Depertaent, some of whom had been promoted to Waiter.
You left us on August 10, 1975. The effect of bringing in 23
inexperienced and untried people late in the season can well be
lmegined. It was only by tremendous additional effort and tolerance
on the pert of those remaining thet we were able to maintain the
quality of service to our paying passengers. This is to say nothing
of the additional strain imposed on our office services in obtaining
end documenting this many new staff.
We will hold e position open for you but we want you to give serious
consideration to staying longer next time.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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ARTICLE 19 (contd.)
permanently affected working conditions.
19.6 The decision of the Referee shall be final
and binding.
19.7 These provisions do not cover cases where:
19.8 Workers are affected by a recognizable general decline in business
activity,, such as a recession or by
fluctuations in traffic;
19.9 The workers affected are casual
workers subject to irregular
employment because of the nature
of the work they perform or
seasonal employees outside their
normal period of employment;
19.10 There is a normal reassignment
arising out of the nature of the
work in which employees are
engaged.
ARTICLE 20
JOB SECURITY AND TECHNOLOGICAL,
OPERATIONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
20.1 Effective February 1, 1969, the benefits and
conditions attached to the payment thereof, provided for
under the agreement entered into on January 29, 1969 between
Canadian National Railway Company, Canadian Pacific Railway
Company and the Associated Railway Unions signatory thereto,
establishing the Job Security and Technological, Operational
and Organizational Change programme for railway non-operating
employees, as amended or revised from time-to-time, shall be
made applicable to employees covered by this agreement.
Benefits and conditions attached to the payment thereof are
summarized in Appendix "B" of this agreement.
20.2 Effective February 1, 1969, this Article 20
supersedes Articles 18 and 19 of this agreement and Appendix
"B" supersedes Appendix "A".
,15
 February 29, 1976
Filet T-76-40
Mr. John A. Doudelet
Apt. #2008, 260 Weliesley Street, g.
Toronto, Ontario
Deer Mr. Doudelett
Thenk you for your letter of February 12, advising thet you will
be available for employment on the "Princess Patricia" this coming
season.
Concerning your request to start off the season es Walter, kindly
note thet es an employee whose services ere only available to us
in certain months, you do not have any position entitlement,
particularly es you resigned well before the end of last season.
The Chief Steward was well pleased with your work but it will be
appreciated that permenent people oust be given preference so far
es promotion is concerned, all other things being equal.
Last year we lost 23 "student" employees in one week alone from the
Steward's Department, some of whom had been promoted to welter.
You left us on September 4, 1975. The effect of bringing in 23
inexperienced and untried people lete in the season can well be
ijMfciued. It wee only by tremendous additional effort and tolerance
on the pert of those remaining thet we were able to maintain the
quality of service to our paying passengers. This is to say nothing
of the additional strain imposed on our office services in obtaining
end documenting this meny new staff.
We will hold a position open for you but we want you to give serious
consideration to staying longer next time.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 District:
Department
C A fi A 1) I A h       ■   A CI F I A  J, T ,-] I T E D
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AMD STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  September 1, 1972
Division:
B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Chief and Second Stevrards
Seniority
Standing
Number
1
2
3
i
4
r-
j
6
7
&
Surname
TURNBULL
HUNTER
MILES
MCKENZIE
IRVINE
HALLIDAY
RUSSELL
WELLS
Christian
Date cf
Name
, i -
Perm. No.
Seniority
Colin
P-126771
March
1944
Norman
R.
P-130054
November
1944
Thomas
L.
P-127302
January
1946
John
P-127379
December
1965
Thomas
S.
P-347753
May
1971
James
P-127525
August
1971
George
F.
P-I27504
April
1972
George
E.
P-126647
May
1972
Vancouver, B.C.
September 1, 1972
 February 23, 1976
Filet T-76-40
Ms. Barbers Vigesat
General Delivery
Banff, Alberta
Deer Ms. Vigesat:
Thank you for'your letter of February 11, 1976, in which you
stete you would like to be employed on one of our cruises to
New Zealand or Australia.
1 regret to edvise that our cruise vessel only operates to Alaska
end you should get in touch with P. & 0. Lines, at 409 Granville
Street, Vancouver, B.C.
Sorry 1 cannot be of more assistance.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Meneger
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 C A ft A D I A i,   y  A C I F I A  ,L I *i I T E D
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  September 1, 1972
Division:
District:  	
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Chief and Second Stewards.
Geniority
Standing
Number
Surname
Christian
Name
Perm. No.
Date cf
Seniority
i
TURNBULL
Colin
,
P-126771
March
1944
2
HUNTER
Norman
R.
P-1300S4
November
1944
3
MILES
Thomas
L.
P-127302
January
1946
i
MCKENZIE
John
P-127379
December
1965
5
IRVINE
Thomas
S.
P-347753
May
1971
6
HALLIDAY
James
P-127525
AUgUSt
1971
7
RUSSELL
George
F.
P-127504
April
1972
8
WELLS
George
E.
P-126647
May
1972
Vancouver, B.C.
September 1, 1972
 &
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VANCOUVER, B.C., FEB. 20/76
B.D. MARGETTS
MONTREAL, QUE,
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A.N. Cairns
Filet  S.O.
NOTICE TO ALL CREW MEMBERS "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER*
Pursuant to the Safe Manning Regulations, Canada Shipping
Act, all crew members signed on articles may be granted
leave only at the discretion of the Master, and therefore
no crew member is to be absent from his ship at any time
without.the consent of the Master.
The above article is in reference to what has come to be
known as "Drop Off," a practice which must now cease unless specific permission is given by the Master.
A.N. CAIRNS
Marine Superintendent
ANC'BB
 J. Yo*«»
Manager, B.GGSSi
CPRail
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
B
DATE:
FIIE:    75.529.
Thank you for your inquiry regarding a Special Party on board the
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER".
Yte are pleased to advise you of the following arrangeiaents that are
available for Dance Parties and other groups: -
EVENING SCHEDULE: -
LVE. VANCOUVER
ARV. NANAIMO
LVE. NANAIMO
ARV. VANCOUVER
- 2000
- 2230
- 2400
- 0230
Due to the volume of regular weekend traffic, this service is not
available on Friday evenings during July and August, but groups not
exceeding 50 persons will be accepted on Friday evenings during May,
June and September.
MUSIC: -   Either live or tape deck is recommended and is the
responsibility of the Organizer.    P.A. System is not
available.
COST:    -   Applicable to groups between 25-100 only,  except as
shown above on Friday evening cruises.    Per capita
cost shown below includes Passage and Meal service
indicated: -
NO. IN
PARTY
25-100
RATE PER
PERSON
INCLUSIVE MEAL SERVICE - MENU
"A" 19.50       Juice, Roast Beef, Dessert and Beverage.
nB" $9.00       Juice, Roast Turkey, Dessert and Beverage.
WCH $7.00       Juice, Hot Meal Pie, Dessert and Beverage.
(Meal Service provided in the Cafeteria)
Meal service will be under the direction of the Chief
Steward of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" who will
endeavour to seat groups together wherever possible.
Cont'd Page 2.
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VANCOUVER, February 20, 1976.        Filei  556
A.N. cairns
Master
"Princess of Vancouver"
Until further advised. Emergency Muster and Boat Drill
will be conducted on the "Princess of Vancouver" as
followst
(a) One week. Emergency Muster Drill only.
(b) Alternate week, Boat Drill only.
The purpose of this routine is that you will have sufficient tine at each drill to conduct proper training
for the crew, commensurate with the requirements of law
and posted Mister Lists.
You are to ensure that ail crew members attend weekly
drills and are properly acquainted with their duties and
responsibilities.
A log is to be maintained showing the names of those
persons actually comprising and sent away as boat's crew,
and also those ■Who fall to report for weekly drills.
you oust impress upon your officers and crew, the need
to be conversant and knowledgeable of various equipments
and procedures structured for dealing with emergent
situations on board.
The M.O.T* Marine safety Branch has expressed its displeasure and concern with the disorganised performance
of your ship's crew during recent inspections, and insists that the standard be brought up to an acceptable
level.
..........'. •
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTI
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   $3 .00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.    Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
V/ill be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER1" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Servicesi
Encl.
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2 -
I feel sure that with a concerted effort on the part of
all persons this criticism can be allayed in future.
Marine Superintendent
ANC'BB
cc.    Master,  "Carrier Princess"
"Trailer Princess"
"Princess  Patricia"
Chief Engineer,   "Princess of Vancouver*
"Trailer Princess"
"Princess Patricia"
Purser,   "Princess of Vancouver"
"Princess Patricia*
Chief Steward,  "Princess of Vancouver
"Princess Patricia"
.
.
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   #3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only, and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.    Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
V/ill be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "FRINCESS OF VANCOUVER* Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
J
 VANCOUVER, February 20, 1976. File* 76.HR0.BCC,
R.R. Reid
Mr. H. Whitmore
System supervisor of Passes
Box 5, Windsor "tation
Montreal, Que.
Will you please forward at your convenience, 500 Half-
Hate orders. Series 2, Form 501 revised.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
BB
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTI COST OF DRINKS
25-100 4 Drinks   -   13.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only,  and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.    Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER*1 Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
 VANCOUVER, February 20, 1976.
C.h.  Aitken & J.D. Finnie
Memorandum
Mr. M.W. Holland
Re Agreement between CP Rail and Seaspan relative to
-Good Will."
We do not believe Seaspan is entitled to any payments
for good will,
BCCS Aoreementy - Aqua - Beaver Cove Service
Following comments are respectfully submitted:
1. Agreement takes effect March 15, 1975. Recommend it.,,
terminate 31st day of March 1978, and remain in force
until terminated by either party, reason being the
completion date of the road. This will have a serious
effect on our NEVI operation and will necessitate a
complete new look at that time. Approximately 40
miles yet to be paved. Rumour is the last mud slide
at Port Alice highlighted tho Isolation of the NEVI
area, and the Government was going to push the road
through as quickly as possible. It is now accessible
by 4-wheel drive.
2. Operate from slips at Vancouver with minimum three
ports of call in NEVI area, as designated by BCCS, at
either Campbell River, Duncan Bay, Kelsey Bay, Beaver
Cove, Port McNeil or Port Hardy, or other ports as may
be mutually agreed upon, departing Vancouver approximately 1000 Saturday. (Delete Wednesday)
4. A. Change to read five of the 52 yearly scheduled
voyages.
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY
 i	
25-100
COST OF DRINKS
4 Drinks   -   $3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only,  and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
CF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the .Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.    Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks. v
PARKING
V/ill be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER* Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Servicesi
Encl.
 - 2 -
4. B. At Vancouver, Campbell River, Duncan Bay,
Kelsey Bay, Beaver Cove, Port McNeil, Port
Hardy, or any other port designated by BCCSS.
C. March 15, 1975 to March 31, 1978, for a minimum
of 52 i.ound trips, leaving on Saturday. (Delete
Wednesday.)
section on MDelays however caused" should be
changed to:
• "Delays to the "Seaspan Doris" attributable
to the BCCSS, preventing the vessel from
making its scheduled trips to Beaver Cove,
will not be used in-calculations to reduce
the annual guaranteed number of trips."
O.    Delete Section "D".
This feature is written up in the Nanaimo agreement, but with different wording.
Terminal superintendent Jales Representative
JDF * BB
 j. Yo*W ■
Manager, B.CSSfli
CPRail
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
B
DATE;
PHEj    75.529.
Thank you for your inquiry regarding a Special Party on board the
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER".
We are pleased to advise you of the following arrangements that are
available for Dance Parties and other groups: -
EVENING SCHEDULE: -
LVE. VANCOUVER
ARV. NANAIMO
LVE. NANAIMO
ARV. VANCOUVER
- 2000
- 2230
- 2400
- 0230
Due to the volume of regular weekend traffic, this service is not
available on Friday evenings during July and August, but groups not
exceeding 50 persons will be accepted on Friday evenings during May,
June and September.
MUSIC: -
COST:    -
Either live or tape deck is recommended and is the
responsibility of the Organizer.    P.A. System is not
available.
Applicable to groups between 25-100 only, except as
shown above on Friday evening cruises.    Per capita
cost shown below includes Passage and Meal service
indicated: - .
NO. IN
PARTY
25-100
RATE PER
PERSON
"A" $9.50
"B" $9.00
«C» $7.00
INCLUSIVE MEAL SERVICE - MENU
Juice, Roast Beef, Dessert and Beverage,
Juice, Roast Turkey, Dessert and Beverage.
Juice, Hot Meal Pie, Dessert and Beverage.
(Meal Service provided in the Cafeteria)
Meal service will be under the direction of the Chief
Steward of thev"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" who will
endeavour to seat groups together wherever possible.
Cont'd Page 2.
 February 20, 1976,
File Ho. 430
Garnet Enterprises ltd.
3140 Gilmore Diversion
aurnaby 2, B.C.
y
Attention! Mr. R.L. Simpson
iii  *  i   ■ ii ii ii mi. imftAgff.mfiRnlnitffi*.  „ i
Gentlement
This has reference to recent discussions pertaining
to movement of herring off the West Coast of Vancouver Island.   . .     	
m* ••i^b^^     mmmmt.aya'mmf   ' mm*a^mim*ma mma* */am   s*^^^i*     am**^     mmyaam* i    mmatm wt^^eO"S|►^in^■w^e■ . m* am   m^ma^*amm^mw h ^^e*w^
self-propelled vessel,   "Trailer Princess," into
service commencing March 9th for approximately two
weeks.    Tentative schedule 1st
Leave Vancouver      1230
'.' Arrive Nanaimo        1600
Leave Nanaimo        1700
■  Arrive Vancouver      20$®
This veaael is capable of carrying 28 drop trailers.
Drivers Are permitted to accompany their vehicles. If
&«m ir«d
mm^m^^* *yaam ma^mm ym
Ttmma very truly,
• VATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JDF'BB
be.    Mr. E. Robinson, Nanaimo - This firm will have a
man at Tofino, Bob Davies, 726-7112, should
you desire any information on trailer numbers.
They expect to move approximately 15 trailers
per day.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 2.
BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of age and over
only.    (See - Available Area - information).
NO. IN PARTY COST OF DRINKS
25-100 4 Drinks   -   $3.00
Mixers included.
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets to
their party members only,  and will settle with Purser "PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER" as soon as Bar closes and prior to disembarking
from the vessel.    Bar tickets will be supplied for Committee's
use by the Purser.    Unused tickets are not refundable by Ship's
Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.    "Observation Room"
on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room" can be made
available for your exclusive use.   Entrance is from either
port or starboard decks.
PARKING
V/ill be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant on duty
at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on Company property;
therefore, we suggest that cars should carry maximum number of
persons for the group, to keep parking requirements at a mini mum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to arrange
inspection of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER1" Mondays through Fridays
at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
Encl.
J
 February 20, 1976
File: 403
Liquor Control Board
Inspection Branch
3100 East Broadway
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sirs*
Enclosed ara two copies of aenu proofs proposed for dining room
snd lounge on the "Princess of Vancouver", together with photostat
copiss of menu prices in effect during 1975.
Would appreciate return at your earliest convenience.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager£
B.C.C.S.S.
FWA/jb
 District:
C  A  ft   A  iJ  I  A  L.       y  A   CI  H   A      ,L  I  Ai I  T E  D
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  September 1, 1972
Division:
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Chief and Second Stewards.
Seniority
Standing
Number^	
Surname
1
TURNBULL
2
HUNTER
3
MILES
4
MCKENZIE
5
IRVINE
6
HALLIDAY
7
RUSSELL
8
WELLS
Christ:
Name
Lan
Perm. No.
Date cf
Seniority
Colin
P-126771
March
1944
Norman
R.
P-I3OO54
November
1944
Thomas
L.
P-127302
January
1946
John
P-127379
December
1965
Thomas
S.
P-347753
May
1971
James
P-127525
August
1971
George
F.
P-127504
April
1972
George
E.
P-126647
May
1972
Vancouver, B.C.
September 1, 1972
 February 20, 1976
Files  404
Mr. J. Lambreth
Manager
Licensing Administration
Liquor Administration Branch
1016 Langley
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sirt
This will acknowledge receipt of revised 1976 Government Liquor
Act Licence for the "Princess Patricia."
Original licence is returned herewith mm  requested.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 District:
C A U  A D I A L  r A C IF I A  ,L I M .1 T E D
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  September 1, 1972
Division:
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Chief and Second Stewards.
Seniority
Standing
Number
Surname
1
TURNBULL
2
HUNTER
3
MILES
4
MCKENZIE
.5
IRVINE
6
HALLIDAY
7
RUSSELL
8
WELLS
Christian
Date cf
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
Colin
P-126771
March
1944
Norman
R.
P-130054
November
1944
Thomas
L.
P-127302
January
1946
John
P-127379
December
1965
Thomas
S.
P-347753
Ma}'-
1971
James
P-127525
August
1971
George
F.
P-127504
April
1972
George
E.
P-126647
May
1972
Vancouver, B.C.
September 1, 1972
 February 10, 1976
Filet 126975
Mr. B.K. Wight
Apt. 1403 — 43$ Michigan Street
Victoria, B.C.
Sett Mr. Wight*
He are in. receipt of your letter dated February 17, 1976, in
which you advise of the death of Mr. Cecil key Wight, on
February 11, 1976.
Please complete the enclosed Form P.R.3 and return to this
office, together with a copy of the Certificate ef Death end Will.
We would also appreciate receiving the late Mr. Wight** Long
Service Fans. This will be returned to Montreal and a new pass
issued la Mre.wight's
Yours truly,
J. YATSS,
Manager.
B.C.C.S.S.
eet Mr. K. Granger, Manager, Benefits, Montreal
Mr. B.D. Mullins, Law Department, Vancouver
Refers to pensioner 017-126975, deceesed February 11, 1976.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
JB
 District:
C A N A D I A h       i- k  (! I ? I A  ,L I A  I T E D
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  September 1, 1972
Division:
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Chief and Second Stewards.
Seniority
Standing
Number
Surname
1
TURNBULL
2
HUNTER
3
MILES
i
4
MCKENZIE
r"
5
IRVINE
6
HALLIDAY
7
RUSSELL
8
WELLS
Christian
Name
Perm. No.
Date cf
Seniority
Colin
P-126771
March
1944
Norman R.
P-130054
November
1944
Thomas L.
P-127302
January
1946
John
P-127379
December
1965
Thomas S.
P-347753
May
1971
James
P-127525
August
1971
George F.
P-127504
April
1972
George FA
P-126647
May
1972
Aaacouver, B.C.
September 1, 1972
 VANCOUVER, February 20, 1976 File: 484486 (I)
J. Yates
Mr. W.C Sylander
General Claims Agent
Vancouver
Your memorandum requesting Forms 1409 snd 7 in connection with injury
sustained by Able Seaman, P.L. SMITH, on November 2, 1975.
You will, of course, have received Form 1409 and Form 7 concerning
injury to this man on November 10.
As we had no knowledge of him sustaining an injury on November 2, we
wrote this employee and asked him to substantiate his claim by letting
us have details. In response, he brought in the enclosed letter from
the Workers' Compensation Board.
So far as we ere concerned we have no record of Mr. Smith Injuring
his knee other then the forms submitted concerning injury sustained
on November 10.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 District
C A N A D I A h       y  A C I F I A  J, I A  I T E D
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERICS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  September 1, 1972
Division:
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Chief and Second Stewards
■Seniority
Standing
Number
Surname
Christian
Name
Perm. No.
Date cf
Seniority
1
TURNBULL
Colin
P-126771
March
1944
2
HUNTER
Norman
R.
P-130054
November
1944
J>
MILES
Thomas
L.
P-127302
January
1946
4
MCKENZIE
John
P-127379
December
1965
5
IRVINE
Thomas
S.
P-347753
Hay
1971
6
HALLIDAY
James
P-127525
AUgUSt
1971
7
RUSSELL
George
F.
P-127504
April
1972
8
WELLS
George
E.
P-126647
May
1972
Vancouver, B.C.
September 1, 1972
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VANCOUVER, B.C., FEB. 19/76
Films AGR.2.SIU.
B.D. MARGETTS
M.W* HOLLAND
MONTREAL, QUE.
01-20365
REFERENCE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING DISPUTE WITH SIU HAVE RECEIVED
ADVICE FROM DIRECTOR MEDIATION CONCILIATION LABOUR DEFT OTTAWA
THAT Ml DOUG CAMERON VANCOUVER WAS APPOINTED FEB 18 CONCILIATION
OFFICER TO DEAL WITH DISPUTE WILL ADVISE FURTHER SAP ORIGINAL
MARGETTS COPT HOLLAND       BCC-47   |   .       Tn DC l»ITtIIIFn AND PsSSfflJ®.
R.R. REID
ASST MANAGER BCCSS
RRR»BB
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MANAGER,  BCCSS
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ONE BOX ALASKA FOLDERS UNDER SUPPLY LABEL P147252 GOING FORWARD
TRAIN 2 DATE YOUR CARE FOR MISS DADY   BCC-45
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MANAGER, BCC3S
RRR'BB
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PLEASE ADVISE EW RETURN TELEX THE MODEL NUMBER OF XEROX COPIER
IN YOUR OFFICE   BCC-44
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MANAGER, BCCSS
TELEX 04-53461
HLH^BB
 February 19, 1976.
File No. 76.CHA.529.S.
Mr*  Charles B. West, Chairman
TravAlaslta Tours
Fourth and Vine Building, Suite 470
Seattle, Washington 98121.
Dear -Mr. Wests -
Many thanks for your letter of February 12th.
As our information concerning the "Xanadu" cane
frost a source within the Shrine group, we accepted
that the interest indicated toy you was factual.
Yours very truly,
R,R. RSID
Asst* Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
RRR'BB
 J, Yafc*
Manager, B.CG5.«%
i|§l§i^
CPRall
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
B
DATE*
FIIEi    75.529.
Thank you for your inquiry regarding a Special Party on board the
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER".
We are pleased to advise you of the following arrangements that are
available for Dance Parties and other groups: -
EVENING SCHEDULE: -
LVE. VANCOUVER
ARV. NANAIMO
LVE. NANAIMO
ARV. VANCOUVER
- 2000
- 2230
- 2400
- 0230
Due to the volume of regular weekend traffic, this service is not
available on Friday evenings during July and August, but groups not
exceeding 50 persons will be accepted on Friday evenings during May,
June and September.
MUSIC: - Either live or tape deck is recommended and is the
responsibility of the Organizer. P.A. System is not
available.
COST: - Applicable to groups between 25-100 only, except as
shown above on Friday evening cruises. Per capita
cost shown below includes Passage and Meal service
indicated: -
NO. IN
PARTY
25-100
RATE PER
PERSON
INCLUSIVE MEAL SERVICE - MENU
"A" #9.50       Juice, Roast Beef, Dessert and Beverage.
nBn #9.00       Juice, Roast Turkey, Dessert and Beverage.
«C" $7.00        Juice, Hot Meal Pie, Dessert and Beverage.
(Meal Service provided in the Cafeteria)
Meal service will be under the direction of the Chief
Steward of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER'1 who will
endeavour to seat groups together wherever possible.
Cont'd Page 2,
 'cot
:
VANCOUVER, February 19,  1976. Filet     655
J. Yates
Mr. B.D, Margetts
Montreal, Que.
ALASKA WflflffS
With reference to your letter of February 6th, Pile
103-6, respecting the specialized cruise ship "Discoverer.1
In order that we may make a closer study of the vessel,
we would appreciate receiving large plans of same.    There
are many features that we find of interest; however, it
is noted that here again, there are 30 cabins having a
third berth, which is difficult to sell except to
families, as was pointed out in our letter concerning -"
the passenger accommodation on the "Drott^legen*'"
Our first impression of this vessel is that she does not
accommodate sufficient passengers, and believe our in-
i tetest shcMldAbe iri a veSSei suitable' to accommodate
300-350 passengers.
■ .'     . '■";• .' ■  .'   •' yy] ■
■:::  ■   ■■
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
a■' '   y ' ■ T-.   .   'a % • ■■   H     ■ '■:.--
■
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF  EMPLOYEES  OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE EROTI'ERI'OOD OF  RAILWAY,
AIRLINES,   AND STEAMSFIP  CLERKS,   FREIGET
HANDLERS,   EXPRESS  AND STATICS?  EMPLOYEES
Date:     January 1.   1974
Department:     B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:     Pursers, Assistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
1
2
3
4
Surname
Christian
Name	
WIITE
MORGAN
EURCTILL      George E.
Perm. No.
Robert E.      P-137711
Arthur :J.       P-137899
PETRUCCI   John M.
P-173651
163635
Date of
Seniority
June    24, 1938
Hay      6, 1939
September 4, 1943
May      6, 1964
Vancouver, B.C.
 PERSONAL
VANCOUVER, February 19, 1976. File No. 76.ALA.521.1.S.
J.. Yates
Mr. L.R. Smith
senior Regional Vice-President
Vancouver, B;C.
With reference to our conversation concerning Alaska
reservations on the May 31st sailing of the "Princess
Patricia" for Mrs. Smith and yourself, we are pleased
to advise that we are holding Cabin 208, northbound
only, which is similar to Cabin 210 being held by Mr.
and Mrs. Langley, for which the tariff rate is $826.50,
less $259.00 (BCCSS annual pass consideration) for a
net required of $567.50.
Under separate cover we have written White Pass & Yukon
Railway, Seattle, to protect two chair seats on their
Train #1 departing from the uptown station at Skagway
at 10:45 a.m. on June 4th, which will arrive ^hitehorse
5x0C p.m. The charge for this segment of your journey
is $29.00 each U.*V funds, and we will be pleased to
obtain the necessary tickets on your behalf from their
Seattle office.
As mentioned in our letter to Mr. Langley, copy of which
was forwarded to you, thore are two meal sittings on
the "Patricia:" Breakfast 8:00 a.m.; lunch 12*30 p.m.,
and Dinner 6t00 p.m. for the first sitting, and Breakfast
8«45 a.m.; Lunch 1x30 p.m. and Dinner 7t00 p.m. for the
second sitting. After you have had an opportunity to
discuss with Mr. and Mrs. Langley Which sitting you
would prefer, we will be pleased to make the necessary
reservations with the Chief Steward, and I am certain
you will want to be seated at the Master's table.
-.'
 J. Yatet
Manager, B.C6.S.3)
y>*~-
SSPilMS
CPRall
Marine Department-Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C2R3
B
DATE:
FIIE:    75.529.
Thank you for your inquiry regarding a Special Party on board the
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER".
We are pleased to advise you of the following arrangements that are
available for Dance Parties and other groups: -
EVENING SCHEDULE:
LVE. VANCOUVER
ARV. NANAIMO
LVE. NANAIMO
ARV. VANCOUVER
- 2000
- 2230
- 2400
- 0230
Due to the volume of regular weekend traffic, this service is not
available on Friday evenings during July and August, but groups not
exceeding 50 persons will be accepted on Friday evenings during May,
June and September.
MUSIC: -   Either live or tape deck is recommended and is the
responsibility of the Organizer.    P.A. System is not
available,
COST:    -   Applicable to groups between 25-100 only,  except as
shown above on Friday evening cruises.    Per capita
cost shown below includes Passage and Meal service
indicated: -
NO. IN
PARTY
25-100
RATE PER
PERSON
INCLUSIVE MEAL SERVICE - MENU
"A" $9.50       Juice, Roast Beef, Dessert and Beverage.
"B" &9.00       Juice, Roast Turkey, Dessert and Beverage,
MC" $7.00       Juice, Hot Meal Pie, Dessert and Beverage.
(Meal Service provided in the Cafeteria)
Meal service will be under the direction of the Chief
Steward of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" who will
endeavour to seat groups together wherever possible.
Cont'd Page 2.
 - 2 -
We would suggest purchase of your transportation any
time after mid-April.
The "Princess Patricia" will depart Vancouver May 31st
at 3:30 p.m., with embarkation commencing at 6*00 p.m.
Dinner is not served departing Vancouver; however, there
is a night buffet comiaencing 9:30 p.m. in the Dining
Room. Specific, seats are not reserved for the evening,
buffet, and passengers may sit where they choose.
Should there be any change in your .plans we will appreciate hearing from you at your convenience, and
should you desire any further information concerning
the voyage, please do not hesitate to contact us.
As soon as this season's Daily Cruise Bulletin is available, \to  will arrange to forward copy of it for your
use.
T,te are certainly looking forward to having Mrs. Smith
and yourself on board the "Patricia."
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
J
 J. Yates
Manager, B.CG&%
CPRail WA
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3 BL*^
DATE:
FUE:    75.529.
Thank you for your inquiry regarding a Special Party on board the
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER".
V/e are pleased to advise you of the following arrangements that are
available for Dance Parties and other groups: -
EVENING SCHEDULE: -  LVE. VANCOUVER   - 2000
ARV. NANAIMO     - 2230
LVE. NANAIMO     - 2400
ARV. VANCOUVER    - 0230
Due to the volume of regular weekend traffic, this service is not
available on Friday evenings during July and August, but groups not
exceeding 50 persons will be accepted on Friday evenings during May,
June and September.
MUSIC: - Either live or tape deck is recommended and is the
responsibility of the Organizer. P.A. System is not
available.
COST: - Applicable to groups between 25-100 only, except as
shown above on Friday evening cruises. Per capita
cost shown below includes Passage and Meal service
indicated: -
NO. IN       RATE PER
PARTY PERSON INCLUSIVE MEAL SERVICE - MENU
25-100        "A" $9.50       Juice, Roast Beef, Dessert and Beverage.
nB" &9.00       Juice, Roast Turkey, Dessert and Beverage.
"C" $7.00        Juice, Hot Meal Pie, Dessert and Beverage.
(Meal Service provided in the Cafeteria)
Meal service will be under the direction of the Chief
Steward of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" who will
endeavour to seat groups together wherever possible.
Sjf Cont'd Page 2.
 February 19, 1976.'
File No. 76.ALA.521.1.3
Mr. Frank G. Downey, Manager
Passenger Sales and Service
White Pass & Yukon Route
P.O. Box 2147
Seattle, Washington 98111.
Dear Frank:
Under date of February 12th we wrote to you advising
that Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Langley will be travelling
on your Train #1, JUne 4th from skagway to Whitehorse.
Mr. L.R. Smith, Senior Regional Vice-President, CP
Rail, accompanied by Mrs. Smith,  friends of the Lang-
leys, are now similarly travelling, and we will appreciate if you will reserve two additional chair
seats on their behalf.
In view of Mr. Smith's position,  oan you advise if
there would be any free transportation consideration.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 J. Yates
Manager, B.CC.S.9,
i
CPRail FA
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3 j^^^
DATE*
FIUS:   75.529.
Thank you for your inquiry regarding a Special Party on board the
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER".
We are pleased to advise you of the following arrangements that are
available for Dance Parties and other groups: -
EVENING SCHEDULE: -  LVE. VANCOUVER   - 2000
ARV. NANAIMO     - 2230
LVE. NANAIMO     - 2400
ARV* VANCOUVER   - 0230
Due to the volume of regular weekend traffic, this service is not
available on Friday evenings during July and August, but groups not
exceeding 50 persons will be accepted on Friday evenings during May,
June and September.
MUSIC: - Either live or tape deck is recommended and is the
responsibility of the Organizer. P.A. System is not
available.
COST: - Applicable to groups between 25-100 only, except as
shown above on Friday evening cruises. Per capita
cost shown below includes Passage and Meal service
indicated: -
NO. IN       RATE PER
PARTY PERSON INCLUSIVE MEAL SERVICE - MENU
25-100        "A" $9.50       Juice, Roast Beef, Dessert and Beverage.
nB,J &9.00       Juice, Roast Turkey, Dessert and Beverage.
"Crt #7.00       Juice, Hot Meal Pie, Dessert and Beverage.
(Meal Service provided in the Cafeteria)
Meal service will be under the direction of the Chief
Steward of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" who will
endeavour to  seat groups together wherever possible.
Cont'd Page 2.
 ns
February 19,  1976.
File No, T-76-37
Scott-LaSalle Factories Ltd.
210 St. Jean street
Longeuil, Quebec.
Gentlemen*
As we are arranging for new uniforms for our Wharf
Ticket Office staff, we would appreciate knowing
what CP Rail crests you presently stock, to determine
if any are suitable for the new uniforms.
Will you kindly advise, together with cost.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
RRR'BB
 J. Yates
Manager, B.CCSSSi
ISRSHB
CPRall
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C2R3
L<
DATE:
FILE*    75.529.
Thank you for your inquiry regarding a Special Party on board the
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER".
V/e are pleased to advise you of the following arrangements that are
available for Dance Parties and other groups: -
EVENING SCHEDULE: -
LVE. VANCOUVER
ARV. NANAIMO
LVE. NANAIMO
ARV. VANCOUVER
- 2000
- 2230
- 2400
- 0230
Due to the volume of regular weekend traffic, this service is not
available on Friday evenings during July and August, but groups not
exceeding 50 persons will be accepted on Friday evenings during May,
June and September.
MUSIC: - Either live or tape deck is recommended and is the
responsibility of the Organizer. P.A. System is not
available.
COST: - Applicable to groups between 25-100 only, except as
shown above on Friday evening cruises. Per capita
cost shown below includes Passage and Meal service
indicated: -
NO. IN
PARTY
25-100
RATE PER
PERSON
INCLUSIVE MEAL SERVICE - MENU
"A" $9.50       Juice, Roast Beef, Dessert and Beverage.
nBtt &9.00       Juice, Roast Turkey, Dessert and Beverage.
«C» $7.00       Juice, Hot Meal Pie, Dessert and Beverage.
(Meal Service provided in the Cafeteria)
Meal service will be under the direction of the Chief
Steward of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" who will
endeavour to seat groups together wherever possible.
JS
Cont'd Page 2.
 February 19, 1976,
File No. 76.ALA.055.GSN.
MT. Robt. R, Wagner
Box 1103
Juneau,Alaska 99302.
Dear Mr. Wagner*
Thank you for your latter of February 6th advising
of the possibility of your starting a tourist related business this coming summer.
We are enclosing copy of this year's schedule to be
performed by the "Princess Patricia," in addition to
which there; will be two  comparable sailings depart**
ing from Vancouver May 15th and May 23rd, also
September 12th and 20th.
An average number of passengers throughout the cruise
will be 285-300. Passenger carryings will peak through
JUly and August to 300.
Age bracket is approximately 55-80, and passengers
come from every Jtate in the Union, every Province in
Canada, and from many countries around the world.
Figures given above are fairly representative of our
carryings over the past five years, the only difference
being that on. occasion wa have operated more pre and
post-season charters than others*
Yours very truly.
Ji YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 J. Yotes
Manager, B.CCSfli
CPRail
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia VGC 2R3
DATE:
FIIE:    75.529.
Thank you for your inquiry regarding a Special Party on board the
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER".
We are pleased to advise you of the following arrangements that are
available for Dance Parties and other groups: -
EVENING SCHEDULE: -  LVE. VANCOUVER   - 2000
ARV. NANAIMO     - 2230
LVE. NANAIMO     - 2400
ARV. VANCOUVER   - 0230
Due to the volume of regular weekend traffic, this service is not
available on Friday evenings during July and August, but groups not
exceeding 50 persons will be accepted on Friday evenings during May,
June and September.
MUSIC: - Either live or tape deck is recommended and is the
responsibility of the Organizer. P.A. System is not
available.
COST: - Applicable to groups between 25-100 only, except as
shown above on Friday evening cruises. Per capita
cost shown below includes Passage and Meal service
indicated: -
NO, IN       RATE PER
PARTI PERSON INCLUSIVE MEAL SERVICE - MENU
25-100        "A" $9.50       Juice, Roast Beef, Dessert and Beverage.
nB" $9.00       Juice, Roast Turkey, Dessert and Beverage.
"C" #7.00       Juice, Hot Meal Pie, Dessert and Beverage.
(Meal Service provided in the Cafeteria)
Meal service will be under the direction of the Chief
Steward of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" who will
endeavour to seat groups together wherever possible.
Cont'd Page 2.
B
 ....
■
VANCOUVER, February 19, 1976*
Jr.D. Finnie
Mr. M.W. Holland  . .
Montreal, Que.   ...  " .-•
Your letter February 16th, File 429.
Traffic moving on through rates will be handled as per
letter January 26th from Mr. Narriman.
■
Local-rated commodities will be shown on Pass 2 Ticket
Report commencing February 1976, as a separate category
headed  "Elk Falls."
Revenue for January on local-rated commodities was taker*
to special debit Group 14,  Page 2 of January balance
sheet.
Local-rated commodities are ticketed on Form 5x5 and will
be included in truck and trailer report as a separate
entry commencing February.
Sales Representative
JDF'BB
 J. Yates
Manager, B.CQS&i
CPRall
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
H
DATE:
FILE:    75.529.
Thank you for your inquiry regarding a Special Party on board the
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER".
We are pleased to advise you of the following arrangements that are
available for Dance Parties and other groups: -
EVENING SCHEDULE: -
LVE. VANCOUVER
ARV. NANAIMO
LVE. NANAIMO
ARV. VANCOUVER
- 2000
- 2230
- 2400
- 0230
Due to the volume of regular weekend traffic, this service is not
available on Friday evenings during July and August, but groups not
exceeding 50 persons will be accepted on Friday evenings during May,
June and September.
MUSIC: - Either live or tape deck is recommended and is the
responsibility of the Organizer. P.A. System is not
available.
COST:    -
Applicable to groups between 25-100 only, except as
shown above on Friday evening cruises.    Per capita
cost shown below includes Passage and Meal service
indicated: -
NO. IN
PARTI
25-100
RATE PER
PERSON
INCLUSIVE MEAL SERVICE - MENU
"A" $9.50       Juice, Roast Beef, Dessert and Beverage.
nBn $9.00       Juice, Roast Turkey, Dessert and Beverage.
KC" $7.00        Juice, Hot Meal Pie, Dessert and Beverage.
(Meal Service provided in the Cafeteria)
Meal service will be under the direction of the Chief
Steward of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" who will
endeavour to seat groups together wherever possible.
Cont'd Page 2.
 . .       ■ .    . ■      :.'        .  •
VAHCOUVSt, February 19, 197*. Filei    ala.521.pro,
RJU Reid
Mr. B.D. Margetts
Montreal, Que.
With reference to your letter of February 6th, File
103-6 (a) under the heading "Princess  Patricia" -
emrn*^mww!*mmmygf     m*% mm^arnmammVaamw ^i^^p mt
Enclosed please find.copy of initial situation report,
indicating action taken, with respective comments shown
thereon* -
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
cc. Mr. M.W. Holland
Montreal, Que.
For your information, copy attached,
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 $, Yotes
Manager, B.CCS.Sj
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
B
DATE:
FIIEx    75.529.
Thank you for your inquiry regarding a Special Party on board the
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER".
We are pleased to advise you of the following arrangements that are
available for Dance Parties and other groups: -
EVENING SCHEDULE: -  LVE. VANCOUVER   - 2000
ARV. NANAIMO     - 2230
LVE. NANAIMO     - 2400
ARV. VANCOUVER   - 0230
Due to the volume of regular weekend traffic, this service is not
available on Friday evenings during July and August, but groups not
exceeding 50 persons will be accepted on Friday evenings during May,
June and September.
MUSIC: - Either live or tape deck is recommended and is the
responsibility of the Organizer. P.A. System is not
available.
COST: - Applicable to groups between 25-100 only, except as
shown above on Friday evening cruises. Per capita
cost shown below includes Passage and Meal service
indicated: -
NO. IN       RATE PER
PARTY PERSON INCLUSIVE MEAL SERVICE - MENU
25-100        "A" $9.50       Juice, Roast Beef, Dessert and Beverage.
nB" $9.00       Juice, Roast Turkey, Dessert and Beverage.
"C" $7.00       Juice, Hot Meal Pie, Dessert and Beverage.
(Meal Service provided in the Cafeteria)
Meal service will be under the direction of the Chief
Steward of the "PRINCESS CF VANCOUVER" who will
endeavour to seat groups together wherever possible.
Cont'd Page 2.
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VANCOUVER, February 19, 1976.         Filet 234
R.R. Reid
Mr. A* McDermott
Montreal, Que.
ENTERTAINMENT OF PASSENGERS
Heretofore, the entertainers employed on board the
"Princess Patricia1' during the summer cruise season.
secured insurance covering their organ and other
musical instruments.
The same entertainers are returning during the 1976
season, but have advised us they are unable to secure
insurance this year due to the number of claims made
by young rock groups against damaged instruments*
They and wa are interested in learning whether their
instruments would be covered under the "Princess
Patricia's" P. & I. insurance, or if not, if they
could be included and at what additional charge.
Their organ is. an Ace Tone, valued at $4,000.00', together with drums, traps, etc., valued at an additional
$1,000.00, for a total of $5,000.00 coverage. Instruments will be placed on board ship the morning of May
15th and will be withdrawn forenoon of October 2nd.
Will appreciate your advice in this connection.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 i. Yates
Manager, B.CG*%
CPRail
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
B
DATE:
FIIE:    75.529.
Thank you for your inquiry regarding a Special Party on board the
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER",
We are pleased to advise you of the following arrangements that are
available for Dance Parties and other groups: -
EVENING SCHEDULE: -
LVE. VANCOUVER
ARV. NANAIMO
LVE. NANAIMO
ARV. VANCOUVER
- 2000
- 2230
- 2400
- 0230
Due to the volume of regular weekend traffic, this service is not
available on Friday evenings during July and August, but groups not
exceeding 50 persons will be accepted on Friday evenings during May,
June and September.
MUSIC: - Either live or tape deck is recommended and is the
responsibility of the Organizer. P.A. System is not
available.
COST:    -
Applicable to groups between 25-100 only,  except as
shown above on Friday evening cruises.    Per capita
cost shown below includes Passage and Meal service
indicated: -
NO. IN
PARTY
25-100
RATE PER
PERSON
"A" $9.50
"B" $9.00
«C« $7.00
INCLUSIVE MEAL SERVICE - MENU
Juice, Roast Beef, Dessert and Beverage.
Juice, Roast Turkey, Dessert and Beverage.
Juice, Hot Meal Pie, Dessert and Beverage.
(Meal Service provided in the Cafeteria)
Meal service will be under the direction of the Chief
Steward of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" who will
endeavour to seat groups together wherever possible.
Cont'd Page 2.
 February 19, 1976.
File No.  76.ALA.055.GEN,
Mrs, Pat Blake
Travel Plaza
7009 Prospect Ave.
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110.
Dear Mrs. Blake:
On the request of Jim Mutch, District Sales Manager,
CP Air, Los Angeles, we are pleased to enclose
literature respecting oar operation of the "Princess
Patricia,"
Reservations may be made through CP Air sales offices
for space on board ship. We will be happy to make
the arrangements, hope fully in association with the
use of CP Air connecting schedules to Vancouver.
For direct information, however, you may phone collect
to our Senior Berthing Cleric, Miss Barbara Thora, Area
Code 604, 665-2503,
Yours very truly •
R.R. RSZD
Asst, Manager,B.C.C.s.i
RRR'BB
 J. Yates
Manager, B.CC*%
CPRail
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
B
DATE:
FILE: 75.529.
Thank you for your inquiry regarding a Special Party on board the
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER".
We are pleased to advise you of the following arrangements that are
available for Dance Parties and other groups: -
EVENING SCHEDULE: -
LVE. VANCOUVER
ARV. NANAIMO
LVE. NANAIMO
ARV. VANCOUVER
- 2000
- 2230
- 2400
- 0230
Due to the volume of regular weekend traffic, this service is not
available on Friday evenings during July and August, but groups not
exceeding 50 persons will be accepted on Friday evenings during May,
June and September.
MUSIC: - Either live or tape deck is recommended and is the
responsibility of the Organizer. P.A. System is not
available.
COST: - Applicable to groups between 25-100 only, except as
shown above on Friday evening cruises. Per capita
cost shown below includes Passage and Meal service
indicated: -
NO. IN
PARTY
25-100
RATE PER
PERSON
INCLUSIVE MEAL SERVICE - MENU
"A" $9.50       Juice, Roast Beef, Dessert and Beverage.
nB" $9.00       Juice, Roast Turkey, Dessert and Beverage.
"C" $7.00       Juice, Hot Meal Pie, Dessert and Beverage.
(Meal Service provided in the Cafeteria)
Meal service will be under the direction of the Chief
Steward of the "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" who will
endeavour to seat groups together wherever possible.
Cont'd Page 2.
 r
February 19, 1976
Filet  76.521.M.
Mr. H. Meneice
356 Barmond Avenue
Richmond, B.C.
Dear Mr. Meneicet
Ret      RESERVATIONS   - MR.  & MPS.   H.  MBWEICEt
Thank you for your recent letter concerning reservations
throughout 1976 on the "princess of Vancouver" to
Fanairao and return.
The 1976 rates have not been confirmed but will advise
you if there are «my changes,.in ..the .rates. .Therefore,
at present, passage for two adults and pick-up truck
(without camper) take a rate of $3.00 per adult and
$6,00 for Pick-up truck one-way.
Please find attached listing of reserved automobile
spaces on dates specified.
Option date, at least one week prior to each sailing
date, advising acceptance or release. If acceptable,
cheque(s) should be rnadt payable to "Canadian Pacific Ltd."
and, on receipt of same, tickets will be prepared in
advance and returned to you or, held at our Vancouver
Wharf Ticket Office, Pier A-3 on "WILL CALL*
Please advise which arrangement you prefer.
Yours very truly.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
Att.
/bk
day of sailing.
.••
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       T, I *■" T T S D
British Columbia  Co st Steamship Service
LIST OF DOCTORS WHO r- ILL HANDLE    :1A! INATI^M ON  ^OR?'rS  259-D ft 30f*2
PLACE NA|Tfi
Victoria Dr. G.B.   Bigelow
Dr. G.S.  Wallace
Dr. R.W.  Davidson
Dr. J.H.  Aoore
Dr. A.T.  Aong
ADD'. ESS
1121 Yates Street
1494 Fairfield
162? Oak Bay
2941 Seaview
1121 Yates Street
\ MOV;:;   j\ir ,
3I5-3465
38*-6621
3*4-3712
477-1125
3'5-3465
Nanaimo Dr. L. Giovando 3 50 Albert -treet
Dr. J. ;, Johnson 350 Albert °treet
Dr. M.T, Scott-Kerr  350 Albert Street
753-3431
7e3-3431
753-3431
Vane ^uver
Dr. J,Tf. '''arne
Dr. B.T. Dunham
Dr. J,K. Hawthorn
Dr. G. Baker
Dr. L.V. Mason
Dr. ft'.A. AcEachren
Dr. R.C. Talmey
Dr. J.F. Avery
Dr. A.D. Van -art
Vancouver, B.C.
September 5, 1973
Granville Square 665-244#
925 '*'est Georei* St, 6*1-3633
57'0 Gamble St. 325-1712
119-l6th vest Van. v/\2-2020
4021 S'-st Hastings CYtf-3717
5224 Kimrsway, BBy. HS3-1263
6O5 Gilbert, Rchmd. 27*-*435
57*0 Cabbie St. 327-1716
4*50 ftcKensie St. 2*6-4250
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f tertiary 19, 1976
FiU; 103
Mr. B. Sehulre
Wagon Train Mobile Woamm Ltd.
666 Grandereou Road
Victoria, B.C.
V9B 2R8
Bear Sir*
Further concerning half or double-vide mobile hum* I7251A which
you claim va* consigned to Victoria but shipped incorrectly to
Nanaimo.
Aa you agreed with our Mr. C.A. Aitken, ea ara arranging tor
cheque ta ha Issued in your favour in the amount of $52.50,
half tha amount of $105.00 originally claimed in your lottor of
September 29, 1975. It haing understood that you will not deduct
this froa your outstanding account with thi« Department.
The matter ef daeaga to Olympian Mobile Kama So. 14810 will bo
handled separately, but ia tha aaaa aanaar.
Yoeso truly.
J, YAXSS,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. W.W. Hocking. Accountant. Vancouver
Kindly arrange voucher in tha amount of $52.50.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 District:
C A N A D  I  A h       ■■  k  CIFI   A      X  A  A I  T E  D
British  Columbia  Coast  Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER  OF EMPLOYEES  OF  STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE  BROTHERHOOD  OF  RAILWAY,
AIRLINES,  AED  STEAMSHIP  CLERKS,   FREIGHT
HANDLERS,  EXPRESS  AMD STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:     September  1,   1972
Division:
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Chief and Second Stewards.
Aeniority
Standing
Number
Surname
Christian
Name
Perm. No.
Date cf
Seniority
1
TURNBULL
Colin
P-126771
March
1944
2
HUNTER
Norman
R.
P-130054
November
1944
3
>
MILES
Thomas
L.
P-127302
January
1946
4
MCKENZIE
John
P-127379
December
1965
5
IRVINE
Thomas
S.
P-347753
May
1971
6
HALLIDAY
James
P-127525
August
1971
7
RUSSELL
George
F.
P-127504
April
1972
8
WELLS
George
E.
P-126647
May
1972
Vancouver, B.C.
September 1, 1972
 a
February 19, 1976
Fllej T-73-30-61
wagon Train Mobile Homes Ltd.
Sao Graadareon Road
Victoria, B.C.
V9B 2R8
ibmbmi ait mt Ktfii,
Dear Sirs:
further concerning your claim far damage to mobile home Olympian
#14010 which was transported on the "Carrier Princess", October IS,
1973.
Aa you agreed with our Mr. C.A. Aitken, wa are arranging for cheque
to be issued in your favour ia tha amount of $69.06, being half
the amount originally claimed. It being understood that you will
not deduct this from your outstanding account with thia Department.
The matter of wrong shipping destination of unit #7251A is being
dealt with in a separata latter.
Yours truly,
J, YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.8.
ee: Mr. w.W. Hocking, Accountant, Vancouver
Please arrange voucher in the amount of $89.06.
Mr. W.W. Martin, Vancouver
Your file F33454, November 26, 1973. Settled in this manner
in the interest of good business relations and to avoid litigation.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 c
C A N A D I A A   A A C IF I A  4L A M 1 T E D
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERICS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  September 1, 1972
Division:
District:  	
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Chief and Second Stewards.
Seniority
Standing
Number
3
4
5
6
7
A
Surname
TURNBULL
HUNTER
MILES
MCKENZIE
IRVINE
HALLIDAY
RUSSELL
WELLS
Christian
Date cf
Name
.
Perm. No.
Seniority
Colin
P-126771
March
1944
Norman
R.
P-130054
November
1944
Thomas
L.
P-127302
January
1946
John
P-127379
December
1965
Thomas
S.
P-347753
May
1971
James
P-127525
August
1971
George
F.
P-127504
April
1972
George
E.
P-126647
May
1972
Vancouver, B.C.
September 1, 1972
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VANCOUVER, February 19, 1976 File:  137842
J. fates
Mr. R. Granger
Manager, Benefits
Montreal
Re:   »F-P784?t p9n?ld 4tyt Bftfe fcg jgjiimi VflWYf*
Reference your form letter of January 19, 1976, file 252723.
Mr. Hull will be retiring on pension effective September 1, 1976,
and tha following forms are enclosed:
Completed Form P.F.37
Completed Form P.F.2
Completed Form T.D.I
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 C A N A D I A i.       ■   a C IF I A  ,L I M I T E D
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  September 1, 1972
Division:
District:  	
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Chief and Second Stewards.
Seniority
Standing
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Surname
TURNBULL
HUNTER
MILES
MCKENZIE
IRVINE
HALLIDAY
RUSSELL
WELLS
Christian
Name
Perm. No.
Date cf
Seniority
Colin
P-126771
March
1944
Norman
R.
P-130054
November
1944
Thomas
L.
P-127302
January
1946
John
P-127379
December
1965
Thomas
S.
P-347753
May
1971
James
P-127525
August
1971
George
F.
P-127504
April
1972
George
E.
P-126647
May
1972
ancouver, B.C.
September 1, 1972
 VANCOUVER, February 19, 1976 File: X-75-8-9
J. Yatea
Mr. A. McDermott
Montreal
Re: #2 Dolphin, Nanaimo Terminal,
damaged by "Princess of Vancouver"
Reference your letter of February 13, 1976, 1 now enclose original
of the Captain's account of tha incident.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 District:
Department
C A N A D I A h       y A  C I F I  A     ,L  I A ITED
British Columbia Coast  Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER  OF EMPLOYEES  OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE  BROTHERHOOD  OF  RAILWAY,
AIRLINES,  AND STEAMSHIP  CLERKS,   FREIGHT
HANDLERS,  EXPRESS  AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:     September  1,   1972
Division:
B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Chief and Second Stewards.
Seniority
Standing
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Surname
TURNBULL
HUNTER
MILES
MCKENZIE
IRVINE
HALLIDAY
RUSSELL
WELLS
Ay<iiirrtfa«-iiiii. in..
Christian
Date cf
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
Colin
P-126771
March
1944
Norman R.
P-130054
November
1944
Thomas L.
P-127302
January
19^6
John
P-127379
December
1965
Thomas S.
P-347753
May
1971
James
P-127525
August
1971
George F.
P-127504
April
1972
George E.
P-126647
May
1972
Vancouver, B.C.
September 1, 1972
 VANCOUVER, February 19, 1976 File:  X-75-8-8
J. Yates
Mr. A. McDermott
Montreal
Re: #4 Dolphin, Nanaimo Terminal,
damaged by "Princess of Vancouver"
while berthlna on August 6. 1975
Reference your letter of February 13, 1976, 1 now enclose original
of the Captain'a account of tha incident.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 District:
C A N A D I A i.   A A C IF I A  ,L A M I T E D
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  September 1, 1972
Division:
Department:  B.C, Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Chief and Second Stewards,
Seniority
Standing
Number	
1
2
3
5
6
Surname
TURNBULL
HUNTER
MILES
MCKENZIE
IRVINE
HALLIDAY
RUSSELL
AELL3
Christian
Name
Perm. No.
Date cf
Seniority
Colin
P-126771
March
1944
Norman
R.
P-130054
November
1944
Thomas
L.
P-127302
January
1946
John
P-127379
December
1965
Thomas
S.
P-347753
May
1971
James
P-127525
August
1971
George
F.
P-127504
April
1972
George
E.
P-I26647
May
1972
ancouver, B.C.
eptember 1, 1972
 1
POWER PACK CALIBRATIONS.
Vessel: Date Rebuilt...
      Engine Hours..,
■"• :"  Pack Number...,
Date Installed.
Engine.........
CRANKCASE.
Upper Liner Pilot Bore.
Lower Liner Inset  Bore (Installed)
Lower Liner Pilot Bore in Crankcase.
Main Bearing Bore.(Caps Torqued to 650 ft lbs.)
Bore Out Of Round.
Bearing Shell to Crankshaft Clearance.
Cylinder Head Seat Ring,
Thickness.
Uniform Thickness.
LINERS.
Cylinder Liner Bore.(Except thro. Port Relief Zone)
(1)      (2) (3) 	
Cylinder Liner Port Relief Zone. 	
Cylinder Liner Bore 6" Below Gasket Face.      	
Piston to Liner Clearance (6" below Gasket Pace.)
Cylinder Liner Bore out-of-round (2" & 6" below liner top)
(1)    (2)    (3)    (4)  	
Cylinder Liner Bore(Top limit of piston ring travel)
(1) (2)	
Length of Studs above Top of Liner. 	
Cylinder Liner O.D. at upper pilot. 	
Cylinder Liner O.D. at Bottom of Liner.       	
Cylinder Liner Stud Torque. 	
REMARKS:	
 - 2 -
Pack Number:
EXHAUST VALVES.
Dia. of Stem 	
Dia. of Head
Valve Seat Angle
Valve Seat out of Round
Lift 	
Valve Plat to Head
Valve Seat Square to Guide Bore.
Valve Rim Thickness	
Valve Pace Width 	
Cylinder Head Seat Width for Valve Face
Dia. at Top of Valve Seat	
VALVE SPRINGS;
Free Length '__
Length-Valve Open.
Length- Valve Shut.
Valve Spring Seat Thickness
Valve Keepers	
ROCKER ARM;
Rocker Arm Shaft Dia.
Rocker Arm Bushing Inside Dia^_
Rocker Arm to Bushing Press Fit.
Inner Race Outside Dia. 	
Floating Bushing Inside Dia._
Floating Bushing Outside Dia.
Cam Follower Roller Inside Dia.
VALVE GUIDES;
Inside Dia. (not installed) ,
Inside Dia. (installed)	
Valve stem to Guide Clearance	
VALVE BRIDGE;
(1) Distance Between Rocker Arm Guide Ears
(2) Lash Adjuster Socket Dia.	
(3) Valve Bridge Shank Length	
(4) Shank Dia. at 2.50" above Shank End.
(5) Spring seat Rim Thickness	
(6) Spring Seat Shank Bore	
 - 3 -
Pack Number	
LASH ADJUSTER
CONNECTING ROD - BASKET AND FORK
Connecting Rod Basket Bore 3 readings at 60°
(1)   (2)    (3) ,	
Blade Rod Bearing Seat Dia.
Clearance Between Shoulder on Blade Rod and Counterbore in
Fork Rod
Depth of Counterbore in Fork Rod for Slipper on Blade Rod
Blade Rod Shoulder Thickness
Connecting Rod Length
SJaddle End - Twist in Length of Saddle
Parallelism in Length of Saddle
Blade Rod Slipper Surface - "Closed In"  .
"Opened Out"  u ^	
Connecting Rod Bearing Inside Dia, 3 Readings at 60°
(1) (2) (3)
Bearing to Crankpin Clearance
Bearing Shell Thickness
Upper Connecting Rod Thickness
PISTON
(1)     Piston   Skirt Diameter
Out-of-Round - 2" below Compression Ring and Oil Ring Grooves
90    to each other _	
2"  Below Compression Ring @ 90     (1) ,        (2) 	
Below Oil Ring @> 90° (1)  (2) 	
(2)     Piston Platform Bore  (Upper Carrier  Pilot 2 Readings ® 90  )
(1) (2)       	
Piston Platform Squareness to O.D.  of Piston __	
(3) Piston Inside Diameter (Lower Carrier Pilot) 	
(4) Piston to Carrier Pilot Clearance 	
(5) Piston Platform to Bottom of Snap Ring Groove 	
(6) Compression Ring Groove Width (1) (2) (3) (4)
(7) Piston to Cylinder Head Clearance 	
(8) 	
(9) Piston to Liner Clearance 	
(6" Below Liner Gasket Face)
 Pack Number
_ 4 -
Compression Ring Gap    #1
#3
#2
#4
Compression Ring to Land Clearance
#1 #2   #3
Oil Ring to Land Clearance
#1 #2   	
#4
CARRIER
Carrier Height (Top of Platform to Bottom)
Carrier Top Pilot Diameter
Carrier Bottom Pilot Diameter
Clearance (Carrier to Piston Snap Ring)
Carrier Bearing Insert Thickness
PISTON PIN
Diameter
Condition
PISTON THRUST WASHER
Thickness
Thickness Variation
REMARKS:
 TELEX
VANCOUVER,B.C.. FEB. 18/76
Filet  T-76-150
J.D. MASON MDMD
MONTREAL, QUE.
PLEASE ARRANGE CA^ ADVANCE 100.00 FAVOUR R R REID ASST MANAGER
BCCSS TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR      BCC-43
J. YATES
MANAGER, BCCSS
wowo
BB
TO BE INITIALLED AND fjmMf^m-^
^2^ ^~
Maritie tuperirttersdent     fip \
~ Supefmeruierit Engineer j &/£&:
Caterim Sapsrintertdent
t^mitrtgrWCTgntendent
Office Memssgar	
Accountant
«?
^
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., FEB. 18/76
File*  103
J.D.   MASON MDMD
MONTREAL,  QUE. y
JDM JD-2 BDM 103 WHARF TICKET AGENT RECEIVED CHEQUE FOR
799.80 ON FEB 13 ATTACHED TO NOTE AS FOLLOWS   QUOTE ENCLOSED
CHEQUE FOR 799.80 BALANCE WILL BE  PAID AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
I  SHOULD BB ABLE TO REMIT A  SIZABLE  AMOUNT OF  MONEY   IN MARCH
1976 TO  EVENTUALLY CLEAR THIS ACCOUNT UNQUOTE WILL KEEP YOU
POSTED       BCC-42        PLEASE FORWARD COPY MR MARGETTS
J. YATES
MANAGER,   BCCSS
WOWO
CAA'BB
 February 18, 1976.
PiXe NO. T-7S-1007-A
Capt. A. Ross
Harbour Master
Ste. 320, Granville Square
200 Granville St
Vancouver, B.C.
V6C 2P9
Dear ftt#'t
In response to telephone conversation Marina Supt.,
BCCSS and Asst. Harbour Master, you will find enclosed Capt. MacDonald's report concerning the incident betv»en our "Carrier Princessw and tha
freighter, "Kyoshu Maru," in First Narrows, January
30, 1976.
Yours vary truly,
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
ANC'BB
 C A K A D I A 1!     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY  ROSTER OF  EMPLOYEES  OF  STAFFS
REPrJ3SENTED BY TEE EROTTERTOOD OF  RAILWAY,
AIRLirES,   AND STEAMSFIP CLERKS,   FREIGHT
TAITDLEHS.   EXPRESS  AND STATIST  EMPLOYEES
Date:     January 1.   1974
Department:     B.C.  Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:     Pursers, /Assistant Pursers and Cashiers
Date of
Seniority
Standing
Number
Surname
Christian
Name
Perm. No.
1
/JEITE
Robert E.
P-137711
2
MORGAN
Arthur :-7.
P-137899
3
EURCIILL
George E.
P-173651
4
PETRUCCI
John M.
163635
June    24, 1938
May      6, 1939
September 4, 1943
May      6, 1964
Vancouver, B.C.
 February IH,  X9?*,
File Mo*  341-S
Burrard Dry Dock Co. Ltd.
P*0. Box 36099
North Vancouver, S.C.
Attentiont Mr.  T.K. Duncan
aentlaaent ■ ■ a.l.a^"- •-■■.  ■.,....._. .___ _ 7__
Further to our correspondence of February 9, 1*176,
the outstanding it«i».-.t^.,.dat# under tha warranty
cXau§_a for our vessel; ;tha: *^1!l^n:^^tVLt4l*Jrent,.,?,
ara em :fo¥$Mm:tyyyy~y,--^ -..^
Iteia 3 *■ Starboard raoin engine hour counter.
4 - Starboard main angina issuers ion heater.
IX - After moorinq capstan's' preaaure pumps
and piping.
■ 1,0 - Port and' starboard--tasii» engine, exhaust
Mf^a m* mm*mmmw mmmmmm     ma^am\'amam]mm    mpj*wmp *^*  -- m* vmk    mmatmammmmm im ^m m
*• - Stem door top alignment sheaves. ..
2S - "AmpXidan" intercom systam i&ulty.
28 - 32-voXt emergency lighting batteries to
have faults rectified.
29 - #1 service generator faults to be root if lad.
23 - Port wain angina "agerstat" for  "aoak
back" pump to renew.
30 - Freah water storage tank immersion heater
grounding to be corrected.
>....»...*«. 2
 CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE EROTTERTOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLIHSS, AND STEAMSFIP CLERKS, FREIGLT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group: Pursers, 2\ssistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
1
2
3
4
Surname
tfEITE
MORGAN
Christian
Name
Robert E.
Arthur '7.
EURCEILL  George E.
PETRUCCI   John M.
Perm. No.
P-137711
P-137899
P-173651
163635
Date of
Seniority
June    24, 1938
May      6, 1939
September 4, 1943
May      6, 1964
Vancouver, B.C.
 — 2 —
31 • ChiXXed drinking water tank in galley refrigerator
to be renewed (leaking).
32 * Engine room console doors to be readjusted.
33 - JS.R. qmnmrel alarm bell to repair*
Ship*a spare domestic hot water caXorifier heater
element to be replaced. Thia waa used aa tha replacement par Item #13.
Yours vary truXy,
J. YATES
— 9am>m^mm\m£i mmm j     mm m m* 9 m* 9 wm. a ma a
TK'BB      -
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 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE EROTEERTOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLXTES, AND STEAMSEIP CLERKS, FREIGET
EAITDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January X, 1974
Department: B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group: Pursers, Assistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
X
2
3
4
Surname
Christian
Name
/JEITE
MORGAN
EURCEILL  George E.
Perm. No.
Robert E.  P-X377XX
Arthur W.  P-X37899
PHTRUCCI   John M.
P-X7365X
X63635
Date of
Seniority
June    24, X938
May      6, X939
September 4, X943
May      6, X964
Vancouver, B.C.
 VANCOUVER, obruary X8, X976.     FiXat T-7S-X0X0-©
J. Yates
Chief Engineer
"Princess of Vancouver*
In reference to our letter of December 9, X973,  in regard to the Fire Inspector'a report and recommendation*
for your vessel.
PXease indicate forthwith, what action has bean taken
in dealing with tha outstanding Items #RXl/75 - #13 - #17
a & b, also #19 a, b & c.
^Manager, B«cvc.S.s.
TK'BB
.-...>:* LV
	
 CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE EROTEEREOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSEIP CLERKS, FREIGET
HANDLERS. EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Pursers, 2\ssistant Pursers
and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
Surname
Christian
Name
Perm. No.
Date of
Seniority
1
miTE
Robert E.
P-137711
June    24,
X938
2
MORGAN
Arthur :i.
P-X37899
May      6,
X939
3
BURCEILL
George E.
P-X7365X
September 4,
X943
4
PETRUCCI
John M.
X63635
May      6,
X964
Vancouve r, B.C.
 I
VANCOUVER, February X8, X976.
M.W. Holland
Mr. B.D. Margetts
RE»  CROWLSY MARITIME CORP. USE CF "INCAN ST. LAUREHT*
X9/6 SfiftM	
As you are aware, Jim Yates mat with Crowley Maritime
representatives in earXy February, at which time tha
use of the "Incan St. Laurent" was discussed. The
position they took was that they did not require the
veeeel tor 197$ due to available capacity in excaaa of
their requirements. However, they did state that they
might be-interested in the veasaX at last year's price;
namely, §7,000/day or:~$49>000/trip, although even than
• they ware not willing to.make a commitment*AY:yy:y~-
In light of rumours that tha 3.3. "Alaska■ may be put
into service in U;s. East, Coast.routing, an effort is
being made to determine the authenticity of '"same, ---and
If proven correct, this will obviously enhance our
position.
At this time it is opined that we should take a sit-
tight position on tha chance wa will hear from Crowley.
Zt is planned that ws should maintain ourASiienee until
Xate March. The reason for this is that wa have nothing
to Xosa, as they will not want to. pit tha vassal into
service until late April. Should an arrangement be confirmed, we will require 3-4 weeks to put the vessel in
readiness. Thus we could mast our commitment.
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE EROTEEEEOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSEIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January 1, X974
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Pursers, Assistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
I
2
3
4
Surname
/JI-IITE
MORGAN
Christian
Name	
Perm. No.
Robert E.  P-X37711
Arthur ':1.       P-137899
EURCEILL  George H.   P-173651
PETRUCCI   John M.       163635
Date of
Seniority
June    24, 1938
May      6, 1939
September 4, X943
May      6, X964
Vancouver, B.C.
 —  2  —
From the bccss standpoint, tha only coat that im
"negotiable" la tha bareboat charter rata with Incan
Ships Ltd., and It is on this item that the profitability
of tha service Ilea.    Rather than bo tied to a daily
rate, an alternative approach, which would provide Incan
with an income and at the same time protect the B0C8S
from incurring a loss, would be to charter the vessel
for say SX.OO/day, ana to spXit any profits on a basis
acceptable to Management.    The economics of such an
arrangement ara currently being calculated.
Your views on the above would be appreciated.
Controller
Coastal Marina Operations
MWH'BB
be.   "Mr; W.W. Hocking - Would you please determine bur net
position on the basis of the foXXowingr
(a) Elimination of charter rate.
'" "r°    (b)  Period May 1-Sept.~ 30, 1976i      .   .....__
(1) Daily time charter @ $7,000/day
(2) " " "    7,500/day
(3) » " s*      m    7#800/day
(4) ■ " " 8,000/day
Controller
Coastal Marine Operations
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSEIP CLERKS, FREIGET
HANDLERS. EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Pursers, Assistant Pursers
and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
Surname
tfEITE
Christian
Name
Robert E.
Perm. No.
Date of
Seniority
June    24,
1
P-137711
X938
2
MORGAN
Arthur :J.
P-137899
May      6,
X939
3
BURCHILL
George E.
P-X7365X
September 4,
X943
4
PETRUCCI
John M.
X63635
May      6,
1964
Vancouver, B.C.
 VANCOUVER, February 18, 1976.        File:  T-76-X73
J, Yates
Second Officer
"Princess of Vancouver"
It is noted that E. Lott and W. Davedoff, seamen on
your vasseX, have more than 45 days Xeave, which exceeds the aXXowabXe amount.
You wiXX therefore place a request with Mr. Hudson for
two seamen to relieve these men as foXXowai
Davedoff, who wiXX be required on "Princess Patricia,w
wiXX proceed on Xeave during the week of April 5th and
wiXX join the "Patricia" May 15, X976. Lott to be relieved for a period of not less than 30 days, effective
as soon as is practicable.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
ANC'BB
! Cj.
 CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE EROTEEREOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSEIP CLERKS, FREIGET
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January 1, X974
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Pursers, Assistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
X
2
3
4
Surname
Christian
Name
flEITE
MORGAN
EURCEILL  George E
Perm. No.
Robert E.  p-137711
Arthur if.  P-137899
PETRUCCI   John M.
P-173651
163635
Date of
Seniority
June    24, 1938
May      6, 1939
September 4, 1943
May      6, 1964
Vancouver, E.C.
 VANCOUVER, February 18, 1976 File: T-76-209
J. Yates
Mrs. °.  Tseng, Librarian
Corporate Library Information Centra
Windsor Station, Kooa £301
Montreal
My letter of February 2, which you returned concerning subscription
to magazines and newspapers. Our Responsibility Number is 50012
and regret the omission.
I am returning Vancouver Sun's billing for 1976 and request that you
handle but I have, at your suggestion, telephoned Vancouver Sun and
advised them to forward bills directly to you which they have agreed
to do in the future, not including the one enclosed.
:.;■..     ■ ,3,
F
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 C A N A D I A N  PACIFIC  L J M I T E D
Eritish Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES Op STAFF$
REPRESENTED EY TEE EROTESREOOI? OF RAIL:/AY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSEIP GLE!RI<Sj FREIGET
EA17DLER9. EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES...
Date: January 1, 1974
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group: Pursers, Assistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
1
2
3
4
Surname
.teite
MORGAN
Christian
Name	
Robert E.
Arthur :i.
EURCEILL  George E.
PETRUCCI   John M.
Perm. No.
P-13771X
P-X37899
P-X7365X
163635
Date Of
Seniority
June    24, 1938
May      6, 1939
September 4, 1943
May      6, 1964
Vancouver, E.C.
 Q
February 18, 1976
File;  126779
Mr. j. Rung
1048 Pembroke Street
Victoria, B.C.
V8X-LJ2
Dear John:
I have your letter of February 12, concerning photo of you and
Mr. Yates In the C.P. Rail Hews.
'-'-■AA--   ..v.  >•.,-,..,. fiigiAjAA       :~~:,..
X have made "arrangement* with the tabaaf Relations Department
to provide you with the photograph that you asked for but you
will have to be s little patient because it may take three or
four, .weeks.
Yours truly, -:~—---       tu
H.L. Hudson
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 c
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE EROTEEREOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSEIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
EANDLEIIS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January X, X974
Department: B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Pursers, 2\ssistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
X
2
3
4
Surname
Christian
Name
Perm. No.
Robert E,A P-«i377II
/Arthur ?/.   P-137899
WHITE
MORGAN
EURCi:iLL  George E.  Prl73651
PETRUCCI   John M.       163635
Date of
Seniority
June    24, 1938
May      6, 1939
September 4, 1943
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May      6, 1964
Vancouver, B.C.
 ~\
February 18, 1976
File: 484390
Miss Kathy Ostlund
34 McNaughton Street
Cambridge, Ontario
Dear Kathy:
I understand that you intend to quit school sometime In March
and wonder whether you would like to resume the position in this
office you handled so will last year.
The rate would be $166.00 per week plus a possible increase as
a result of. this year's wage award, the amount of which we have
not yet been advised.
As yon know, we have to get an early start and things ar* already
humming in the Alaska section, so would appreciate you advising
me by return"mail whether you are Interested in the job. We will
require you to start work as soon a* possible after March I.
Trusting you are keeping well and looking forward to hearing from
you soon.
Yours truly,
H.L. Hudson
Office Manager
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, PREIGET
EAITDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January 1, X974
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Pursers, 2\ssistant Pursers and Cashiers
Date of
Seniority
Standing
Number
Surname
Christian
Name
Perm. No.
X
tfEITE
Robert E.
P-X377IX
2
MORGAN
Arthur ;•/.
P-137899
3
BURCEILL
George E.
P-173651
4
PETRUCCI
John M.
X63635
June 24, X938
May 6, 1939
September 4, 1943
May      6, 1964
Vancouver, B.C.
 VANCOUVER, February 18, 1976 File: 336
J. Yates
Mr. A. McDermott
Montreal
As requested in your letter of January 23, file MCml-L-28-i,
enclosed herewith is completed Certificate of the Joint Hull
Committee, in triplicate.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
A- ■, ■ ■■'
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSEIP CLERKS, FREIGET
HANDLERS. EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group: Pursers, 2\ssistant Pursers and Cashiers
Date of
Seniority
Standing
Number
Surname
Christian
Name
Perm. No.
X
miTE
Robert E.
P-137711
2
MORGAN
/Arthur :7.
P-137899
3
BURCHILL
George E.
P-173651
4
PETRUCCI
John M.
X63635
June 24, X938
May 6, 1939
September 4, 1943
May      6, 1964
Vancouver, B.C.
 VANCOUVER, February 18, 1976 File; X-76-32-1
J. Yates
2nd Officer
FR1KCSSS OF VANCOUVER
- ■       ■■ ■ ■.
Re: Leisure World Mobile Home #5442
jw^yy ?°t lWn WjsrtBmSsJi l299
>      ■        ' . A
We have received a claim for sil4.9Q.for damage to the above unit.
Owner claims thet the mobile home was still on board as rail cars
vere being unloaded and  damage was caused by them striking roof.
Photograph of damage on hand would appear to be consistent with their
claim but as no report has been filed by the ship, please advise.
.....-'. : .... . ."""!•'  '.; .
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
■
.  ■
-
.
■
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE BROTHERHOOD OF R&XLWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS. EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date: January 1, X974
Department: B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group: Pursers, 2\ssistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
X
2
3
4
Surname
Christian
Name	
Date of
Perm. No.  Seniority
Robert E.  P-X377XX
Arthur i'7.  P-137899
WHITE
MORGAN
BURCHILL  George H.  P-173651
PETRUCCI   John M.       163635
June    24, 1938
May      6, 1939
September 4, 1943
May      6, 1964
Vancouver, B.C.
 February 18, 1976
File: X-76-32-1
Paradise (Leisure World)
Mobile Homes Ltd.
R.R. #1, Dickenson Road
Lantsville, B.C.
Dear Sires
This will acknowledge receipt of your claim for damage to
Mobile Home Ko. 3442. -
the matter Is being looked in to but in the meantime, would
appreciate you advising if .yen reported this to our personnel
on duty st the tiisse the damage was noted.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE BROTHERHOOD OF RAIL-JAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGET
HANDLERS. EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January 1, X974
Department: B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Pursers, 2\ssistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
X
2
3
4
Surname
/JEITE
MORGAN
Christian
Name	
Date of
Perm. No.  Seniority
Robert E.  P-X377XX
Arthur :1.       P-I37899
BURCHILL  George E.  P-X7365X
PETRUCCI  John M.      X63635
June    24, X938
May      6, X939
September 4, X943
May      6, X964
Vancouver, B.C.
 TELEX
VANCOUVER, B.C., FEB. 17/76
B.D. MARGETTS
MONTREAL, QUE.
01-20365
FEB 14/76 A 56/9.0 B 6/2.2 C 337A.5 E 94/.6 F 46/2.9
G  37/3.1 H 15/6.3  I   .4 J  .7  K 26.7      BCC-41
J. YATfeS
MANAGER,   BCCSS
GWM'BB
to be mmuB Aju^iiJpi
Asst. Mojwger^jyiLCS^
_Marlne Superintendent^
l SupVrintende^EngjgggL
Catering Superintendent^
Terminal Superintend^
Oepor^^L?£H!viL
"Accountant
 VANCOUVER, February 17, 1976.       Filei T-76-49-E
J« Yates
Mr* H. Whitinore
System Supervisor of Passes
Montreal,  Que.
Pass No. BH 690 in favour of Mrs. J.R. Eraery, widow
of Pensioned Baggage Master, Victoria, is returned
herewith for cancellation, as Mrs. Emery passed away
December 19, 1975.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
BB
 CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department: B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group: Uncertificated Ratings in the Deck Department
Seniority
Standing No,
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
B
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
2$
26
Surname
MARTIN
KISSACK
JACKSON
MAC LEOD
SAY
JAMIESON
MC LURE
HENRICKSON
NOOR
MAC NEIL
LOTT
DAVEDOFF
TWATT
BIRD
RICHARDS
BOLZ
MC INNIS
CAMPBELL
EK0N0M0U
STANLEY
VINE
SEGARICH
CATHERINE
WALKER .
PENN
BEECH
Christian
Date <
yf
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
Roy M.
P-162549
May
33
1942
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18,
1946
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19;
1947
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13,
1951
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
William
360085
May
1
1966
Angus
432993
April
19
1967
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
1970
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
Lome E.
323992
July
14
1971
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 February 17, 1976.
File No. 429
Mr. R.H. Cooper
Vice-President, Traff1c
Seaspan International Ltd.
XO Pemberton Avenue
Iforth Vancouver, B.C.
V7P 2RX
Dear Haroldt
Thank you for tha deXivery of the two copies of
proposed self-propelled barge Agreement and the
Goodwill Agreement pertaining to the Vancouver-
Beaver Cove service.
This matter will be given our aarXy attention,
and a meeting will be arranged to discuss it
further at the earliest opportunity.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager,  B.C.C.S.S,
JY'BB
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast
Steamship Service
Seniority Group: Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date of
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
r
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
id,
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19;
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25,
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
360085
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lorne E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
,  1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 1
VANCOUVER, February 17, 1976.        FiXei  336
J. Yates
Ms. N. Cartwright
Montreal, Que.
Reference Item IX) of your letter of January 26th, Fiia
103-30-1, regarding release from future liability of
the "Princess Marguerite" in the Liverpool and London
CXub.
I would suggest you have meeting with Mr. McDermott in
Montreal to discuss this matter. I feeX sure he wiXX
greatly assist you.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
jt'bb
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast Steamship Service
*.
Seniority Gr
oup:  Uncertif:
.cated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date <
Df
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
id,
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19,
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13,
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19'
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
Jame s S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 February 17, 1976.
File No. 562
Mr. H.N. Crompton, Manager
Quatsino Sound Division
Seaspan International Ltd.
10 Pemberton Avenue
Horth Vancouver, B.C.
V7P 2RX
Dear Mr. cromptont
This has reference to your latter of February 3rd,
regarding charges shown on Invoice Ho. 850052 for
the month of January 1976.
The mid-week trips have been canceXXed by mutual
agreement antIX further notice, and tha cancellation
clause would only apply to the weekend trips in the
meantime. The records show that we have missed onXy
four trips, and therefore ara not subject to the
penalty shown.
In the case of the charge of $90.00 per car for traffic
in and out of Duncan Bay, We have never agreed to a
charge for this call. Aa you know, we are entitled
to a southbound caXX at Kelsey Bay. Wa are not making
thia call, and the call at Duncan Bay in our opinion
is not an unreasonable alternate atop.
We have often stressed the need to obtain additional
traffic to support this low-level traffic route to
make the venture a viable one to our mutual advantage.
Tha rail traffic at Duncan Bay may well be what is
needed to support thia route while it is still in tha
stage of development.
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
samship Service
Seniority Gr
oup: Uncertif
icated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date <
5f
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-I62549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-3OIO53
Aug.
18
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19;
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
Jame s S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver,   B.C.
J
 •4  ,
Your continued co-operation would indeed be appreciated.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JY'BB
P.s.    Wa have taken the liberty of adjusting your invoice
Mo. 350052 accordingly, and payment ia presently
being processed.
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,  1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
eamship Service
Senior
ity Grc
ity
)up: Uncertif
icated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Senior
Christian
Date <
Df
Standi
ng No.
Sr.rname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
360085
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
30LZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lorne E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
Jame s S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Van
couver
i B.C.
 VANCOUVER, February 17, X976.      Filei  T-76-X0X0-A
Jc Yates
Memorandum
Mrc M.W. Holland
You wiXX recall our recant conversation regarding the
attached.
AXX or part of this system WiXX, I am sure Mike, be a
great improvement to the "Prineees of Vancouver." It
is just a question of when we can afford to make the
change.
You wiXX find Mr. Harvey a .good person to deal with.
Most helpful but not "pushy."
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JY'BB
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast Stf
samship Service
Seniority Gr<
Dup: Uncertif:
Lcated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date of
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July  1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May   3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.  18,
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept. 19:
1947
'5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.  25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.  13 '.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April 13;
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.  4.
1952
9
' NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May  29'
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May  12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July 23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May   1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April 19*
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April 28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April 28
1971
16
30LZ
Berthold
460611
May   7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lorne E.
323992
July 14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.  18
, 1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April 28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May  10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May  16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June  8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June  9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June 23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March 16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March 23
, 1973
Vancouver
, B.C.
 February 17,. 1976-
File No. 76.ALA.055.GEN.
Mr, Peter Khego, President
West Los Angelas Steamship Society
X383 MidvaXe Avenue
Los Angelas, California 90024.
Dear Mr. Khegos
Thank you kindly for your letter requesting various
items of interest respecting the British Columbia
Coast Steamship service vessels.
y*a are enclosing deck plans of the passenger veasaXs
stlXX in service. Including the "Princess Marguerite,"
which was sold to the B.C. Provincial Government and
is being operated by them under B.C. Steamship Corporation during the summer season between Victoria and
Seattle.
Other available literature is encXoaed, and hope it
wiXX assist you. Regretfully, mich of the photographic
history of our ships is long gone.
Yours very truXy,
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.s,
RRR'BB
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
eamship Service
Seniority Gr
oup: Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date of
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
r
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18,
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-3I0681
Sept.
19.
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13,
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
* 1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
46O6II
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lorne E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 17, 1976.
File*  TKT.0S5.SEIg.
Hat* BUS.
to reprint tho Alaska cruise
ticket, %%* raaaon of tho inclusion la present tldeota of
-«—— HaroMorito," which is now operated by tha
ticket to take the place of
oapOi™   memm:**&    ojMO'   maHB^^Oi    u*wmw&w    mm^mam^.m    mmem    ^^mmam     mmymammwmmmytmw' mmMmxma   mermmmeavemmeaammaf. m    mmmmwmt
tickets.    It la
tea auppliod with the now MM U at tne time they
roojalt.ition a now supply of Alaska cruise ticket*.
Tha BCS 11 may bo uood as a
tho provlcua
iaauance for c
»© parson*    Tha i
reason for
thia J* aaa
tteopt to redoc
:e office tine tal
can la too
preparation of these tidort
Ms
There Is an
gent's coupon,
yAilci
. should ftO
MMoWftfr*
count ing rap
ortai a rmna^m
•'a om
toon for this office
confirming 1
•suanear a Jteroor** <
soupon for bis uplift-
ing on board
the "Patricia.,
■ and
a raeaeagoj
r'a coupon   ■
for receipt
twarpoio**
Wo reorot that al thoaoh ws
**^mm    *m me*qpo> wo     mMmraam.mm   ^maw mamym^mwmm^am"     *w*m
asked
tho printer for sampXo
copies, same
ware not auppXied.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
oo*   Memere. *
J.H. sumtki, 1
teWe     t»V*
Gilbert, Montreal.
3. Robinson, x
>.       U a
lasusa, Vancouver.
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Uncertif:
.cated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date of
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
r
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3;
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18
1946
4
MC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19.
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13
, 1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4
, 1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
, 1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23
, 1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
360085
May
1
, 1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April 19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver
j B.C.
 February X7, 1976.
PIXe HO. 76.CKA.529.H.
Mr. KarX C. Gresowski, President
Hawaiian Polynesia Tours
2Q20 Mo* Broadway
Santa Ana, caXifornia 92706,
Dear KsrXt
Thank you kindly for the signed copies of charter
.•res|Ni.cting_..your. May 15th chartor of tho "Princess
i^stricia*':t6 ikagway andAraturn.    one copy ia returned herewith, together with receipt for $5,000.00
Canadian received at tho same time.
As soon' as convenient:-:wa' wiii apprecMte receiving
cc^ract.jffl5r. t^e September 12th charter.    As you will
appreciate* rWe:''cannot•'progress other charters after
tha fall charter, until your Indication of acceptance
has been received.
Wishing you every good fortune throughout-1976 and
looking forward to having Hawaiian PoXynesia Tours
on board the..."fntrlcia* again.
Yours very truXy,
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
J
 1
C A K A D I
AN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast steamship Service
1
SENIORITY
REPRESENT]
AIRLINES,
HANDLERS,
ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
3D BY TF.E EROTrERTOOD OF RAILlIAY,
AND STEAMSFIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January X, X974
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Pursers, 2\ssistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number     Surname
Christian             Date of
Name       Perm. No.  Seniority
X       flEITE
Robert E.  P-137711   June    24,
1938
2                    MORGAN
Arthur :J.       P-137899   Hay      6,
1939
3        BURCTILL
George E.  P-173651   September 4,
1943
4        PETRUCCI
John M.      163635   May      6,
1964
Vancouve r, B.C.
1    %9
 February 17, 1976.
File So. 76.CHA.529.P.
Mr. Ian MacKanzie
Pioneer Tours Ltd.
Room 5X9, Marine Building
355 Burrard *treat
Vancouver, B.C.
V«C 288
Dear lam
We..are.now pleased to enclose two copies of contract
completed, respecting the May 23rd charter by Pioneer
Tours Ltd. of tha "Princess Patricia" to Skagv»y and
aa *aa mmmmm* a* m
rt will bei appreciated if you will kindly sign both
copies.,7returning here for completion, end we will
return':6na' of rl*e::;c^lea:A6oAyou.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE EROTTERrOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSFIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department: B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Pursers,  2\ssistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
1
2
3
4
Surname
:<7EITE
MORGAN
Christian
Name
Robert H.
Arthur ?7.
EURCHILL  George E.
PETRUCCI  John M.
Perm. No.
P-137711
P-137899
P-X7365X
163635
Date of
Seniority
June    24, 1938
I lay      6, 1939
September 4, X943
May      6, X964
Vancouver, B.C.
 PRE-INSPECTION       REPORT
Serial #:
Model:
Size:
OOO
TIRES
jityr
RIGHT
OOO
V Tkout
I^W"
JACK
COMMENTS:
Signature of Inspecting Officer
Date & Time of Inspection
Date & Time Shipped
Vessel
 February 17, 1976
Filet WS-30-49
The Salvage Association
931 Marine Auilding
35&..$utrerd Street '
Vancouver, B.C.
vac 2GS
Dear Sirs:
'•::'"TBHT Coamerciel lr*il*r ho. 21
found damaged «t Vancouver
■ "iWwtfTiilii  AiftiTT ii fflffi   iWffiTJBBrra*li.ii iff lniiiWBif *
deceived your Advene* Advice dated December 19, 1975.
Are you now in a position to let mm have lull report and
invoice? .. ■   .
■'.,,"■ ■ i  i
■ . ^' -...■.
Your* truly*
J. YAYiS,
B.C.C.sIs.
cc: Mr. W.W. Martin, Vancouver
Statement attached. Your F.C.D.l of February 5, file PA176159B.
Advised of demsgo by Connerclal Trailer cm December 7, 1975. Our
Terminal Supervisor advises: "Trailer #21 off loaded from tho
"Carrier Prineees", December 3, 1975, at 160GK and placed on
A-2 facing vest towards tracks A-l."
"Night CP. hostler advised A. Mason, Night Traffic Supervisor,
during loading of "Princess ef Vancouver", 0400, December 4, 1975,
that trailer down. Thia was first indication ve had. Time of
collapse not known as night shift would not bo in that area between
1130 p.m. and 0300. Afternoon shift leaves at 1130 p.m. and they
advised that to best of their knowledge, trailer in order when
they left."
ccs Mr. A. McDermott, Montreal
Your letter of January 6, 1976.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE EROTEERHOOD OF RAILvlAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
EANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date: January I, X974
Department: B.C. Coast steamship Service
Seniority Group: Pursers.  2\ssistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
X
2
3
4
Surname
rtEITE
MORGAN
Christian
Name
Perm. No.
Robert E.       P-X377XX
7^rthur  :7.       P-137899
BURCHILL      George E.       P-173651
PETRUCCI       John M.
163635
Date of
Seniority
June    24, 1938
May      6, 1939
September 4, 1943
May      6, 1964
Vancouver, B.C.
 VANCOUVER, February 17, 1974 File: T-75-30-47
J. Yetes
Mr. W.W. Martin, Vancouver
Mr. A. McDermott, Montreal
Eat Liquid Carbonic Unit No. 44602
ex Vancouver November 14, 1975
Further regarding the above, 1 now enclose for your information
copy of Advance Advice received from the Salvage Association.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S. '-*
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January 1.   1974
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Pursers, Assistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
1
2
3
4
Surname
tfl-IITE
MORGAN
Christian
Name	
Date of
Perm. No.  Seniority
Robert E.  P-137711
Arthur :J.       P-137899
BURCHILL  George E.  P-17365X
PETRUCCI   John M.
163635
June    24, 1938
Hay      6, X939
September 4, X943
May      6, X964
Vancouver, B.C.
 VANCOUVER, February 17, 197* File: T-73-30-34
J. Yates
Mr. W.W. Mertin
Vancouver
*«*    Y<ntr flic ?ATO7*i
Concerning damage to Orassick Trailer No. G20, September 11, 1975,
on the "carrier Princess."
Enclosed herewith are two capias of the Salvage Assoc1stion's Survey
Report Ho. 10441.    	
I x'y:    ..    ■■:■    ■■,■■..        ■. -.A .
r, b.c.c.s.s.
est    Mr. A. McDeraott.Kontreel
Two copieaof the Salvage Association's Survey Report No. 10441
are attached,   c^t, ^     ro~fi^   rrf (A inM <~*   <f   (/W *~*>s,
■     ■ '■'■■ ■■ ....
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY THE BROTHERHOOD OF RAIL/lAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January X, X974
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group: Pursers, 2^ssistant Pursers and Cashiers
Date of
Seniority
Seniority
Standing
Number
Surname
Christian
Name
Perm. No.
X
flEXTE
Robert E.
P-I377II
2
MORGAN
Arthur if.
P-I37899
3
EURCEILL
George E.
P-X7365X
4
PETRUCCI
John M.
X63635
June    24, X938
May      6, X939
September 4, X943
May      6, X964
Vancouver, B.C.
 VANCOUVER, February 17, 1974 File: T~75-30~53
2* Yates
Mr. w.w. Martin
Vanco;tver
Concerning damage to Nabob Trailer No, 4004k on December 15, 1975,
aboard the "Princess of Vancouver", I now enclose two copies of
The Selvage Association's Survey Report No. 10457.
Msnager, B.C*C*SUS»:.
cc: Mr. A. McDermott, Montreal
Two copies of Tbe.Salvage Association's Survey Report .Ba^.l04&7
are attached.-**^6      ra^y ch/ c^mA^K^ *f^ t/lM.*fixs~
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
■     , A
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE BROTHERHOOD OF RAIL/JAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGET
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January X, X974
Department:  B.C» Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group: Pursers, 2\ssistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
X
2
3
4
Surname
Christian
Name
Date of
Perm. No.  Seniority
Robert E.  P-I377IX
Arthur ?7.   P-137899
/JEITE
MORGAN
BURCHILL  George E.  P-X7365X
PETRUCCI   John M.       X63635
June    24, X938
Hay      6, 1939
September 4, X943
May      6, X964
Vancouver, B.C.
 February 17, 1976
Filet 113414
Mr. w.L. Sehroeder
852 wollaston Street
Victorle, B.C.
Dear Mr. Sehroeder:
Thank you for your, letter of February 13, with which you
enclosed the late Mrs. gaory's December pension cheque
end Long Service Pees.
You stated in your letter that you were enclosing a copy
of the Certificate of Death but this document was not
enclosed. Would eppreeiete receiving this in due course.
Yours truly.
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S<
JB
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE BROTHERHOOD OF RAIL/JAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January X, 1974
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Pursers, Assistant Pursers and Cashiers
Seniority
Standing
Number
1
2
3
4
Surname
Christian
Name 	
Date of
Perm. No.  Seniority
Robert H.  P-137711
Arthur :7.        P-137899
}7EITE
MORGAN
BURCHILL  George E.  P-173651
PETRUCCI   John M.       X63635
June 24, X938
May 6, X939
September 4, X943
May      6, X964
Vancouver, B.C.
 VANCOUVER, February 17, 1976 File:  118414
J. Yetes
Mr. W*H» Jones
General Paymaster  •■■
Montreal"'
.AA-AA'A-'   -. •
Ret    ffifr, MvY VOTflftfflTi  EfrMlffWt u>?eaaad, ^fcember 1,9(7}
A \:;... ....-';v.
With reference to the above, returned herewith is December pension
cheque #164-736.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. ft. Grenger, Manager, Benefits, Montreal
Reference your form letter deted Jenuery 29, 1976, file 160557.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. N.D. Mullins, Regional Counsel, Vancouver
Enclosed herewith is completed Form P.R.3.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
' •. . - . ■
JB
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship service
SENIORITY ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES OF STAFFS
REPRESENTED BY TEE BROTHERHOOD OF RAILiflAY,
AIRLINES, AND STEAMSHIP CLERKS, FREIGHT
HANDLERS, EXPRESS AND STATION EMPLOYEES
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:  B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Group: Pursers, 2\ssistant Pursers and Cashiers
Date of
Seniority
Standing
Number
Surname
Christian
Name
Perm. No
X
flEITE
Robert E.
P-I377XX
2
MORGAN
/Arthur .7.
P-137899
3
BURCEILL
George H.
P-X7365X
4
PETRUCCI
John M.
X63635
June    24, X938
May      6, X939
September 4, X943
May      6, X964
Vancouver, B.C.
 Vancouver, February X6, X976
J. Yates
Mr. J.H. Suzuki (2)
RE:     RgSffiRvftTICffS   - MR.   H.  MOSS:
Kindly reserva apace for Pick-up Truck on the foXXowing
datea vxu "     J33 OF VANCOUVER".
VAMCOLVLi-, - $*&<&■*.■
8 P.M.  Mar. 5/76 #m
Mar. X2/76 *m
Mar. X9/76 #.
Mar. 26/76
HftWAIMO  -  VAFCCUV^R
8 P
8 P
8 P
8 P
8 P
8 p
8 P
8 P
8 P
8 P
8 P
8 P
M.
I   \  .
M.
M.
M.
Apr. 2/76 ^_
Ap*.  9/76
M.  Apr* X5/76 .^
M.  Apr. 23/76 #_
(aXready hooked)
10       ,
ii 'in *m»m*mmmmmmmmmm**mmm»m*amamm
M.
M.
M.
M.
M.
Apr. 30/76 #„
May  7/76 ij._
May X4/76 #
(already hooked)
May 2X/76 # ]&,	
May 28/76 #	
4 P.M.
4 P.M.
4 P.M.
4 P.M.
4-P.M.
4 P.M.
4 P.M.
4 P.M.
4 P.M.
4 P.M.
4 P.M.
4 P.M.
4 F.M.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
May
May
May
May
7/76 #„
X4/76 #.
2X/76
28/76
4/76 #
«/76 #	
(already hooked)
19/76 #  3	
25/76 |	
2/76 #1
9/76 «
X6/76 # _
(already booked)
24/76 # X8
May 30/76
/bk
Cont'd. ...2
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NANAIMO - VANCOUVER
8 P.M. June 4/76 #
4 P.M.
June 6/76 #
8 P.M. June 1X/76 #
4 P.M.
Jone X3/76 #
8 P.M. June X8/76 #
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'4m  shall advise client to arrange payment or release of space at least
ore week prior to each saiXing date.
Please return "Duplicate" of thia Xetter for our file.
J. Yates
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 (3)
VANCOUVEP - NANAIMO EaNAIMO - VANCOUVER   0     r
8 P.M. Oct. 22/76
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., FEB. 16/76
B.D. MARGETTS    01-20365
MONTREAL , QUE.
FEB 12/76 A6X/9.8 C 2X2/.9 E 77/.5 F I77/XX.0 G X44/X2.0
J .2 K 34.4
FEB 13/76 A SS/8.9 C 482/X.9 E X44/.8 F X80/XX.2 G 126/10.5
J .3 K 33.6
BCC-40
J. YATES
MANAGER,   BCCSS
GWM'BB
 TELEX
VANCOUVER, B.C., FEB. X6/76
609
B.D. MARGETTS   01-20365
MONTREAL, QUE.
N END VANC IS VOY NO 69 FEB 14/76 NBD A 22 B NIL C 20
D 6 RAIL FOR ESTD REV 8500 STOP SBD A 21 B NIL C NIL
D 5 MT RAIL FOR ESTD REV 4700 TOTAL REV 13,200
BCC-39
J. YATES
M&K&GER, BCCSS
CAA'BB
 VANCOUVER, February 16, X976. FiXei  X-75-X-X
J. Yates
Mr • 7.C . «y lander
Vancouver, B.C.
Reference your letter of January 2nd, File M 14082.
Xn order to reduce correspondence, it is suggested you
may wish to contact tha following persons directly to
discuss their views of circumstances regarding the
alleged damage to Mr. DepXares* net.
In addition to Capt. McAnerin, tha Officer on watch waa
Mr. Robert Sternberg, 207 East 7th Ave., New Westminster,
phone 522-7582. The two seamen were: Mr. Claire Ross,
9312 - 116 St.,Delta, phone 58X-0899, and Mr. Keith Ozon,
3905 Albert St., Burnaby 2, phone 299-9885.
The Officer and two seamen mentioned, are no longer in
our employ.
capt. McAnerin advises that at the time of the alleged
incident, a fishing vessel, tha "Fairlane," which had
hauled clear of main channel, called tha "Incan" to say
"Thank you for your consideration."
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
ANC'BB
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St<
samship Service
Seniority Group:  Uncertif.
Lcated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date of
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
Jame s
P-134S38
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3:
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18.
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19;
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-143356
April
13.
1951
6
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344312
Jan.
4
1952
o
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23
■ 1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
360085
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
IS
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
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 CANADIAN    PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast
Steamship Service
Seniority Gr
oup:  Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date of
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
r
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
IB,
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19:
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13,
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
360085
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
i  1973
Vancouver,  B.C.
 February 16, 1976.
Pile No. X-75-3-9
Tha Salvage Association (London)
Suite 931, Marina Building
355 Burrard St.
Vancouver, B.C.
V6C 2P8
atJMIlisi    earn pt P<*fW
RE«     "CARRIER  PRINCESS j  STRXKBX? UNDERWATER OBJECT
Gentleman i
Enclosed are copies of the Master's and Chief Engineer's
report with regard to striking an underwater object
while enroute Vancouver-Swarta Bay on January 20, 1976.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
TK'BB
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Department:
B.C. Coast Steamship Service
<jc*iiu.a.j. y     j~
)  -J-7 1 <+
Seniority Group:  Uncertif
icated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date of
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
r
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18,
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19,
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25,
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13,
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4,
1952
9
N00R
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
, 1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
i 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver
, B.C.
 February 16, 1976,
File No. AXA.055.PZ/:.
Mr* A.J. Dennis
Lind Printing Co.
P.O. BOX XX9
Ketchikan, Alaska 99901.
Dear Mr. Dennis i
Once again we will be pleased if you wiXX arrange
for tha printing of "Princess Patricia" passenger
lists, and intend shipping 6,000 covers on the first
sailing of the "Princess Patricia,* departing Vancouver May 15th, arriving Ketchikan May 17th, and
•vary eight days thereafter until September 30th.
Wa understand that you have sufficient supply cm
hand for tha first sailing.
Wa will appreciate hearing from you at your convenience, that you will be able to continue the
printing of the "Patricia's" passenger lists, together with cost for X976.
Wishing you a successful 1976,
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Gr
oup: Uncertifi
.cated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date of
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18,
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR .
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
, 1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
Jame s S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 VANCOUVER. February 16, 1976. File*  429
M,W* Holland
Mo. N. Cartwright
Montreal, Que.
The attached relates to our conversation re accounting
of Elk Falls revenues. The procedures that have been
set up appear clear, and I suggest that either the
revenue from local rated commodities has been included
in truck and trailer revenue, or has been excluded altogether. Would you kindly determine from Revenue Accounting which is the case, and I will endeavour to do
the same from this and. We must ensure the B.C.C.S.S.
receives fuXX credit for revenues earned.
Controller
Coastal Marine Operations
MWH'BB
cc. Mr. J.D. Finnic - Further to our recent conversation,
Kindly advise.
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:
January 1,
1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
5amship Service
Seniority Gr
oup: Uncertif
icated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date c
3f
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
r
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
lj
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18,
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19,
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13,
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13,
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4,
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29,
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
1 DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19'
1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver,  B.C,
 VANCOUVER, February 16, 1976.
M.V7. Holland
Ma * N• Cartwright
Montreal, Qua*
Further to your verbal enquiry regarding consMaration
given to employees and directors travailing cm tha
"Princess Patricia," tha following policy is adhered tot
Tariff 2-3, Section 1, Rule 3 reads as follows:
"Annual qr Trio Passes - Holders of annual or trip passes
covering transportation only, will me charged one-half
minimum one-way first-class passage fare between ports*
plus full premium (if any). Agents and Pursers will
issued regular ticket covering meals and berth."
Tha effect of the above is a reduction of S280.00 par
parson on tha overail cost of tha passage. Tha cabin
selection, of course, will determine the actual ccst,
and individuals must pay tha full premium on cabin
selection should it be first class.
It la assumed that directors ara pass holders, and
this can be verified through the Pass Department.
Controller
MWH'BB
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast
Steamship Service
Seniority Gr
oup: Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date of
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July  1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May   3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.  18,
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept. 19.
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.  25
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.  13,
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April 13.
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.  4,
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May  29,
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May  12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July 23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
360085
May   1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April 19
1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April 28
1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April 28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May   7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July 14
1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.  18
, 1971
19
EfcONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April 28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May  10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May  16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June  8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June  9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June 23
, 1972
25
PENN '
Ivan C.
313583
March 16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March 23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 VANCOUVER, February 16, 1976*
M.W. Holland
fir* ^.W, Hocking
Mr. J.D. Finnic
Wa are currently reviewing our NSVX tarvice. In light
of upcot&ing discussions with Sana pan officers, with the
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of tne •arvica*
f "e^    *>*a mm-   ■*a*'^^m*tmw mm    mam,m^^t my*    *mtmmmm    mw^aamm * .eh"W*wa    ^w*8f mam*. mmmHmmammmwma    m* m*^am a*. mmmm**mt-^m-mmj      a#*
getting started and that curtailment of tha mid-woek trip
™mmmm*m     <avK^smmma^^mmammm*.v a     ea***'^Pas^' ^esn* m     mmmmmymay    marm*.?   mpea waai*^|^^s*mia*aama    ^^^w^a^se^st*     ^B^aae^l||■wme■, mama* aj
which resulted In the coasaancamant of Crown ssllartech
using our route into Elk Falls, wa have attained a mic*.
aes^9Bp*a^ mm*, ms^s    -a* mma-ammm^my^^ammm^a*    **^^^^ ^mm^'i^m^m^mm 9 awmm    mmm***-^**    ^* maamt^mt ay     j, *mm*t*m   mmm* mm    mm matr
qu acted to proptre an assessment of our profit (Xoss)
position under the following oircuaetaaeos 1
(I) For the period March IS, 1975, to Mardi IS, 1976»
(a) Aa estimate of net position*
(b) aa aatiaata of results, oxclading revemtes
from 31k Falls* .
(c) Aa aatiaata of revenues and expanses (net
position) heat mid week trips continued.
(II) For tha period March IS, 1976, to March 15, 19771
(a) Ar in (a) above,
(b) Aa in (c) above*
(Ml) Far tha period March IS, 197S, to March IS, 1977 s
(a) As ia (a) above*
....•*..«• 2
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
eamship Service
Seniority Group: Uncertif
icated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date <
Df
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19!
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13,
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
360085
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
Jame s S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456733
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver,   B.C.
J
 e* 9 •
In each case, escalation in the baa* charter rata*
and rates resulting from Increases In fuel or wags
costs, should be included. Also, it should be borne
la mind that Inasmuch as wa are entering into a contract far ass of the veemml in tho eervice, wa have
no may* respond lag document to guarantee revenues * What,
In your estimation, is tha possibility of obtaining
such a contract from Crown ZeiXerbach, and if poeitive,
mm^*m-^*      mrnrn^m^& yftf*    ^mwmmma a^mam*amam^am    *mw. mm.     m* yamm^mm a
A detailed assessment of tha affect aa the service of
completion of the "bade road" to Port Hardy should be
attempted, should this fact appear to have a deteriorating
offset* yon should offer-your comments with rsspsot to
alternative routings, and/or other ports to be served.
Messrs. Yates and Basic ara aiwina thia matter their
m**/mma*mT mm*** mm m*        *t*^Wmmy^^       ^Bmmt^^*m-      .pwwfw      ^^"l<|» ^m       ^W*P* " mam/m^a        w*«mpi^       ^^^^**mm mm^^^tm '*0m*mm^^wm*
attention, and yon should' dis cuee the results of your
analysis with these gentlemen, and aseprsss your opinio**
to them. In this mannar wa will discuss the position
openly sad be abXe to state accurately oar advantages
and disadvantages of operating the service, both past -
and futur*.
*m wa have made a commitment to meat with soasnah of ficara
Dy aidVMaroh, It ia iaporativ* that thia natter receive .
your immediate attention. Plans* da not refrain from
raising questions which will reflect the banafits of
tha aarvisa* ar otherwise, to B.CCS.S.
rf*tdMb*i^lb*wairitt *» *i am
vonc.rojk4.or
c^^ftal Marine op*r*tla«e
cc. Mr* J. Yates) You ara requested to devote your attest**
e^me* a    —a m     mmmmp^ay^fc*    m     mm-ma-m^mi/m    mmmm    sssw^a   ^aaamwam^ammmmm    m&am.     ^amamm mmymaaw.^F •OMve^jp    m*?    ^mmawmmrnm*^
will payment, considering the traffic
pattern* of tha past, the equipment used,
ate*, prior to oar taking over of tha
aarvio** The ideas of all concerned
should ha pit lata oaa full report.
—
 CANADIAN.   PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast
Steamship Service
Seniority Gr
oup: Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date c
3f
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
r
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18.
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19]
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-3II65O
Oct.
25,
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4,
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
, 1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
30LZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lorne E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver,   B.C.
 - %
VANCOUVER, February 16, 1976.
J« Yates
Mr. B.D. Margetts
Montreal, Qua.
EFFECT OF B.C. FERRIES INCREASE IH AWTO TARIFFS
VAHCOUVSR-HAHAIMD
Further to our recent conversation regarding B.C.C.S.?;.
action in tha event of tariff
increase* effacted by
B.C. Ferries, tha following is
a monthly projection of
auto revenues war* the B.C.C.S
•S. to follow suit, in-
creasing tha currant tariff of $6.00 to SXO.OOt
original
Estimated
 z**m •
Total
January       $ 13,500
$  13,500
February       15,000
15,000
March          19,700
19,700
April          34,300
34,300
May           35,100
S 23,200
58,300
June           38,200
25,200
63,400
July         90,100
59,500
149,600
August        110,000
72,600
132,600
September       47,200
31,200
78,400
October         30,900
20,400
51,300
November         33,300
22,300
56,100
December       , 2,8,,200
 W|P .
n 4flW
. ?496tlQ,oq
?»73tOOO
$769,000
• ••• •
a*......    2
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
eamship Service
Seniority Group:  Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date <
5f
Standing No,
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
r
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18,
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19.
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13,
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
360085
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19!
1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver,  B.C.
 ili
In view of the B.C. Government's statement that they
would not be in a position to take action to decrease
their operating deficit for at least two months, it is
assumed that my Xst (prior to the tourist season) would
be tha earliest increases would be effected.    Tha foregoing table reflects this condition.
on the other hand* no aXXownnca has been made for decreased volumes resulting from increases in I.e.B.C. insurance premiums.   This could result from people tying
up their cars, either out of necessity or protest? how**
ever, the effect on revenues is considered minimal, if
sny.
It ia confirmed that the B.C.C.S.S. will increase It*
auto rats* from $6.00 to $10*00 sirailtanaously with
Government action*
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
MWH'BB
cc*   Mr* r.r. Raid
Vancouver,  B.C.
Kindly ensure that aXX action has been taken to
place us in tha position whereby we can lmpl*m*nt
thia increase on short notice•
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
samship Service
Seniority Gr
oup: Uncertif
icated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date <
)f
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
r
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18.
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19,
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25,
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13,
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13,
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4,
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23,
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
360085
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
30LZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 Sebruary 16, 1976*
File No. T-76-49-E
Mrs. D.B. Ross
#115, X985 Wallace 3t.
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Mrs. Rosss
Confirming telephone conversations, ws now have
pleasure in enclosing "Duplicate* B.C. Coast Pass
BH 73X in your favour, good to tha end of 1978,
to replace Pass BH 707 which you reported lost.
Yours very truly.
J, YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
BB
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
eamship Service
Seniority Group: Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date <
3f
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
r
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18,
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19,
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13,
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13,
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4,
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19'
1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver
, B.C.
 February 16, 1976*
File No* T-76-49-E
Mrs* J.M. GilXison
2531 Ottawa Ave*
West Vancouver, B*C*
Daar Mrs* Gillisons
We are attaching the following annual passes in
your favourt
B.C* Coast
BH 782
AX1 Port* except Alaska
CP Rail
AX 5000
AXX Lines
E* & N.
WM 1060
All Stations
All passes are good to the end of 1978, and should
be signed by you on the back.
With kind regards.
Yours vary truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.c.c.s.s.
BB
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:
January 1,
1974
Department:
B.C. Coast I
Steamship Service
Senior
ity Gr
ity
oup:  Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Senior
Christian
Date <
Df
Standi
ng No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18.
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19!
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13,
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23,
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19'
1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
Jame s S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver,  B.C.
o
 February 16, 1976
Ul6t 137842
Mr. D.A.F. Hull
1433 Doras Road
North Vancouver, B.C.
V7K IKX
Sear Mr. Hull:
Enclosed herewith is a copy of a latter dated January 19, from tha
Manager, Benefits, which is self-explanatory; together with "Memorandum
for Personnel Approaching Age 65" sod Form P.F.2 (Application for
Pension).
flease let ae know aa soon aa possible if it is your intention to
apply for extension in the service. If not, kindly complete the
enclosed Forma P.F.2 end TDl and return them to this office.
Yours truly, A A
J. YATES,
Meneger,
B.C.C.S.S.
HL«/Jb
—*
 VANCOUVER, February 16, 1976 Files X-75-8-3
J. Yates
Mr. W.E. Holland
Supv., Data Centra
Vancouver
Re; "Princess ef Vancouver"
Regarding the attached photostat copy of Harbour Pile Driving Co* Ltd***
invoice, will you kindly let aa have a copy of tha voucher* This is
required for insurance purposes.
Please quote ay fHo when forwarding*
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 NOTICE TO SHIPPERS:
During the past couple of months we have examined
every area of expense in an effort to curtail costs
and avoid increasing our transportation rates.  The
number of vessels and sailings was looked into to
see if we could cut a sailing and thereby reduce
Losts.  We realized that in doing so the service
would suffer, and as a result have decided this is
not the course of action to take.
Our costs, like those of everyone else, have risen at
an unprecedented rate.  Fuel, labour, and all supplies
have combined to make it necessary for us to increase
our tariff rates effective July 1, 1974.  The new
tariff will be issued June 1st and rates will be
available on request after that date.
We will continue to do our best to provide a good
service at reasonable rates, and wish to take this
opportunity to thank you for your patronage.
H.L. THOMPSON
Manager, Marine Operations
Vancouver, B.C.
May 27, 1974.
 VANCOUVER, February 16, 1976 File: 130054
J. Yates
Mr. iu Granger,
Manager, Benefits,
Montreal
*« xvm im »oyff
Your latter ef January 30, 1976, to Mr. B.D. Margetts concerning
retirement on pension of Merman R. Hunter, #P-130034« has bean handed
to a* for reply.
In explanation of the fact that his 1975 wages were inconsistent with
the level of earnings in tha preceding years wa would advise aa follows}
Pros 1971 to 1974, inclusive, ao payments vara made in lieu of shore
leave. At January I,  1971, Mr. Hunter had an accumulated fatal 264
leave days, plus 1974 annual vaeatioa entitlement outstanding. It
should be noted at this point that for neny years Mr* Hunter has
worked only during the cruise season, that is from May 15 to October 3*
approximately, and for the balance of the year ha used up accumulated
shore leave* Between January 1 to April 13, ami, April 16 to May 4,
1975, he used *cp 124 leave days and on resuming seasonal duty on the
"Princess Patricia'1 on May 5, he had 160 left* Ha accumulated an
additional 96 days during his 1973 working ties*
Monies paid in 1975, other than wages far work performed, were:
Period 24, 1974 and 1975 Annual Vaeatioa paid la lieu $3,379.00
Period 24, 114 days accumulated leave paid ia lieu 4,120*72
Period 09, 132 days accumulated leave paid in lieu    4,336*39
Last day worked was October 20, 1975, and ha cleared 72 leave days
between October 21, and December 31, inclusive.
...2
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
VANCOUVER, May 31, 1974.
File No. 11-3-19/74
TRANSPORTATION NOTICE 6/74
EVENING DANCE CRUISE - SMITH GRANT MANN DANCE CRUISE - JUNE 8/74
Mr. F.W. Atkinson
Mr. L.G. Armstrong
Mr. E. Robinson
Mr.A.A. Faulkner
(3) Master, "Princess of Vancouver" (1)
(3) Purser,     " "     " (2)
(2) Chf.Std.     " "     " (2)
(3)
Above party has planned an Evening Dance Cruise on our "Princess
of Vancouver" as follows:
NO. IN PARTY;
SCHEDULE:
FARE:
REFRESHMENTS
BAR SERVICE:
Approximately 70 plus four Band members.
Lv. Vancouverm
Ar. Nanaimo
Lv. Nanaimo
Ar. Vancouver
2000 Saturday June 8/74
2230     " June 8/74
2400 Saturday June 8/74
0230 Sunday , June 9/74
$7.50 inclusive fare per passenger.  Organizer
will deposit funds with Wharf Ticket Agent in
advance of sailing.
This party will have the exclusive use of the
"Sun Room" for dancing and serving of alcoholic
beverages.
Available to all members of group (over 19 years
of age) at five tickets for $3.00.  Organizer
to contact Purser.
MEALS
Cafeteria Service "A" - Juice, Roast Beef,
Dessert and Beverage.  Organizer will contact
Chief Steward upon embarkation.
SPECIAL
ARRANGEMENTS:
TICKETS:
REMARKS:
Band may desire to drive their equipment on to
ship and return to parking lot after unloading
same.
Group will hold three-part tickets.
■"*■ t'A '■"•  a. -
Will all concerned please extend eve^y assistance to this party.
H.L. THOMPSON
Manager, Marine Operations
 •• % mm February 16, 1976
With regard to your request for a copy ef tha Agreement under which
payment le made In lieu of shore leave, tha practice ie a matter of
understanding between the employer, Brotherhood of Railway and steamship
Clerks and B.C.C.S.S. Management, and there is nothing in the Agreement
either for or against the practice.
It should be noted that the leave rata for Chief stewards is .5 and in
consideration of tha hours worked on the "Princess Patricia" (12 hour
day) this is increased to 1.24 plus ens hear overtime per day. Therefore, .74 of his leave can be considered as overtime which employee
can elect to take la cash* This has the approval of Manager, B.C.C.S.S.,
and the Local Chairman, and has also been agreed to with the Department
of Labour.
Mr. Hunter is an invaluable member of the ''Princess Patricia" team of
officers mam it mis considered that it would be more advantageous to
service rather than serve out one full year an accumulated leave. "
-Manager, B.C.C.S.S*
cc: Mr. B.C. Margetts, Montreal
HLH/jb
 - 18 -
ARTICLE 21
BEREAVEMESOT LEAVE
21.1      Employees covered by this Agreement shall, after
having completed six (S) months' cumulative compensated service,
be entitled to bereavement leave without loss of pay in the
event of a bereavement due to the death of spouse, child,
parent, father-in-law or mother-in-law, for the purpose of
arranging and/or attending the funeral of the deceased and
for such other requirements as would reasonably necessitate
one or more working days off duty, up to a maximum of three
(3) working days,
ARTICLE 22
30ARDIITG PASSES
22.1      Authorised representatives of the Guild shall
have the right to go on board the vessels covered by this
Agreement at all reasonable times for the purpose of consulting with the Masters, Deck Officers, Engineers, Electricians
and iiaintainers employed thereon.
ARTICLE   23
SENIORITY
23.1 Seniority lists of all Masters and Deck Officers
and Engineer Officers, including Electricians and Maintainers,
(separate lists) covered by this Agreement showing names in
order of seniority, shall be supplied for posting in the
Officers' quarters on each ship.  Tha authorized representative of the Guild shall be furnished with a copy of each
Seniority List.
23.2 Officers entering the service as new employees
shall be considered as on probation for the first six (6)
months; if found unsatisfactory during this period, their
services may be dispensed with.  For all other purposes they
shall be regarded as coming under the provisions of this
Agreement.
23.3 Seniority lists shall be revised and posted in
January of each year and shall be open for correction for a
period of ninety (90) days ori the presentation of proof of
error by the Master or Officer or his representative.
 TELEX
VANCOUVER,   B.C.. FEB.   13/56
B.D.  MARGETTS
MONTREAL,   QUE.
OX-20365
FEB XX/76 A 56/9.0 C X57/.4 E 42/.3 F X72/X0.7 G X3X/X0.9
J .3 K 3X.6
J. YATES
MANAGER BCCSS
GWM'BB
»cc-38 TO BE IHlTIJttlffllili^iiy-'i
n_. DrrTT \sw*
i@r. B.C.C.S.S.
if. Manager/ B.C.C.S.S.
Superintendent Engineer
Catering Superintendent
Terminal Superintendent
Departmental Analyst
AQfttce Manager
I Accountant
mmmmamry   u .nm       i        -n_ i
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., FEB. X3/76
Fiie: T-76-X50
J.D.   MASON MDMO
MONTREAL.   CUE. *
PLEASE ARRANGE CASH ADVANCE X00.00 FAVOUR J D FXNNXE  SALES
PRESENTATIVE BCCSS TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR BCC-37
J. YATES
MANAGER,   BCCSS
WOWO
 VANCOUVER, February 13, X976.       Fiiai  T-76-X0
J. Yates
Mr. R.A. Ferguson
Vancouver, B.C.
KindXy refer to your letter of February 10th, FiXe 22X0,
with which was enciosed original from the Providence
Sunday -Journal of Frederic Stuart's  first story*
Mr. Stuart certainly has Xived up to his word in the pub-
iication of his first story.    I remember his parting comments when we saw hlra Xeaving the "Patricia" after returning from Aiaska, when he promised that his enthusiasm for
the "Princess Patricia," her crew and cruise area, would
receive his full attention.
Your suggestion about the use of this article will be discussed with Management at meeting this morning concerning
the  "Patricia.'
Manager,  B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St<
samship Service
Senior
ity Gr
ity
oup: Uncertif
Lcated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Senior
Christian
Date (
3f
Standi
ng No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-13483S
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3;
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19;
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-3II65O
Oct.
25,
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-143356
April
13
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344312
Jan.
4
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23
, 1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
360085
May
1
, 1966
13
TV/ATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
IS
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 February 13, X976.
Fiie No, 405
Lloyds Register of Shipping
Marina Building
355 Burrard Street
Vancouver, B.C.
V6C 2P8
Attentions Mr. R.E. Rushton
 jaraaat %° wvfo jmUimk
Gentlement
EncXosed are the particulars of tha "ultra sonic
testing" as carried out aboard air "Princess of
Vancouver" at Burrard Dry Dock on January 26, 1976.
Yours vary truXy,
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
TK'BB
)
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St<
5amship Service
Senior
ity Gr
ity
Dup: Uncertif
Lcated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Senior
Christian
Date of
Standi
ng No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3]
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18.
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19,
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-3 H65O
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13,
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13,
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
, 1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Van
couver
j B.C.
 February X3f X976.
File m*
Mr* AXXan Mair
Mairs Transport Ltd*
976 Adair It.
CoguitXam, B.C.
near Mr* Mtiri
X wish to thank you for meeting with Mr. Mason, -
Assistant to Vice-President (Finance), ami Mr*
Aitken, Terrains X    uperintendant, Vancouver, on
February 9th to dia cuss your freight accounts*
am you pointed out, your major shipper la Dontar
and you ere having diff icuity in expediting your
accounts raealvabXa with them*
Xn addition, you mentioned visiting their head office
in the East in the next week, and upon return would   .
advise us of tha outcome.    X cannot stress too strongly
the necessity of sett Xing your account with us on a
current basis, as outlined lay Mr* Mason.
Please contact Mr* Aitken if you reguire further
infos* net ion.
Yours very truly,
J. YATK3
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
CAA'BB
be* Mr. J.D* Mason, MontreaX - Mill keep you posted.
Mr* W.J.Comerford, MontreaX.
Mr* G.L. Dockrill. Vancouver.
 February 13, X976*
Fiia No* 103
Mr* R.G* Bilieck
Manager, Accounting & Controi
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I wish to thank you for meeting with Mr* Mason,
Assistant to Vice-President (Finance), and Mr.
Aitken, TontineX Superintendent, Vancouver, on
February 9th, to discuss your freight accounts.
XaXso appreciate vour assurance that everv effort
wiXX be made to safctXa your accounts on a, ■•current--
basis.
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reouire any further information.' '■■
mm mm *VF^m ma**  ^»  -^^"*m*   ^*«^»*> v.rww   ***VP,*rW w^f ^«w^"»»w
Yours very truly.
J. YAT.ES .
Manaoer, B.C.C.S.S.
CAA'BB
be* Mr* J.D. Mason, Montreal*
Mr. If .J. Comerford, Montreal.
Mr. G.L. DockriXX, Vancouver*
 -  2  -
RATE^
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Unaccompanied autos,   %-ton pickup,  panels
Includes  loading and unloading.
Forklifts,   capacity to 6000 lbs.
Includes  loading and unloading.
Forklifts,  capacity over 6000 lbs.
Includes  loading and unloading.
Trucks up to 28 feet,  with driver
ex Vancouver CP    1000       POV    1200
ex Nanaimo CP    1330       POV    0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
Boat Trailers,  Bogies
Commercial Freight Trailers
$18.00
$22.00
$30.00
$20.qp
$1.45 per ft.
min. $10.p0.
35 feet - $51.op
40 feet - $55.Qp
45 feet - $60.Op
Overwidth - $.20 per ft.
Overhang - $1.45 " *"
VANCOUVER •
- NANAIMO
Trucks
Up to 20 feet
$34.Op
•^
21-26 feet
42. dp
27-31
ii
45. Op
I
32-36
ii
51.00
37-41
it
55.Op
42-45
ii
60.Op
50 feet
67.25
55
74.50
60
81. ?B
. 9
Units
41 feet
s
$55.00 + $1.45 per foot
, V
50  "
m
68.05
A
55  "
a
75.30
A ■'
60  "
38
82.55
65  "
m
89.80
r
70  "
=
97.05
) .
 CANADIAN        PACIFIC        LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast Steamship   Service
SUPPLEMENT  NO.   1
TO
PASSENGER TARIFF   2-3
Stamp Here
Date Received
ONE-WAY PASSAGE FARES
AL80 PREMIUM CHARGES FOR SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION
BETWEEN PORTS ON
THE ALASKA ROUTE
ISSUED FEBRUARY 16, 1976. IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 16, 1976.
SECTION 1 RULES AND REGULATIONS
Add the following Rule:
Rule 11 - Senior Citizen Stand-By Fares
Senior Citizens on presentation of Golden Age or similar identification
cards, will be accorded a 15% reduction from minimum and premium charges
q>n any available round-trip accommodation, not earlier than three days
prior to sailing on which they are willing to be waitlisted.  Advance
reservations for accommodation of their choice will be charged for at
full tariff rates quoted in this tariff.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
—
 February 13, 1976.
tils Ho. T-76-23X
«08
Mr* R*8* Hunt
GeneraX Manager
Automotive Transport Association of B*c.
4090 GraveXey treet (At Gilmore)
*^v<aap afcaa   ■m^^mi'^^ mmmammm^r m    ^sp^^p ee^flp
mm^^mfmmM*       S>mmSiW •
Please refer to tha enclosed copy of letter issued
by tha City of Vancouver Engineer Department relative
to oversi«e/overweight permits.
As expXained in our meeting February XOth, proposed
restrictions on units over X0' wide wiXX moat certainly
hamper mm operation and moat iikely Xead to congestion
^■PmS    ^p^ma*     mama^mammt^aw m
Operator's from out of town, hauling oversize units
through to destination, normally phone ahead and make
reservations for tha 1000 or  X200 sailing* Tha' operates:
now wiXl have to arrive a day earlier in order to obtain
the neceasary permit, and them find parking until tha
next day* The same applies to the mobile home hauler
delivering homes to our dock from the various manufacturers
in B.C. and the Prairie Provinces* he has no idea what
tins he wiil arrive, as ha will experience varying delays
on the highway* if ha arrives too late to obtain his
F^mm*m mm*awam*>.     **^w     mwm*mwta*    a-mma* ^Fmm     ma^m    m*-m*immam    mm mmmawmw     w^mma^a^m^mw    mm^rn* ^ps^ mmmm^^m     mma\aamt*tm^mm m iH^e*
to park his unit until the morning.
These regulations will impose a severe operating hardship on our customers, and no doubt force than to find
alternate means of transportation.
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
eamship Service
Seniority Gr
oup: Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date <
3f
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3:
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18.
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19 s
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13:
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13:
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
, 1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver,   B.C.
1
 • 2 **
As you ara aware, 8*C* Ferries do not accept over-*
width units, which means these units must travel
through city streets to our dock, and pending rm*
strlctions, will no doubt create delays, resulting
in unsatisfactory delivery service and higher costs.
Thank you for your assistance in thia matter* Xf
anything further develops in this regard, X would
appreciate being advised.
Yours very truly.
J. yjKTBS
Manager, s*c*C*s,s,
JDF'BB
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast
Steamship Service
Senior
ity Gr
ity
oup:  Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Senior
Christian
Date (
Df
Standi
ng No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3:
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19:
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRICKSOft
f   Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
360085
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C,
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 VANCOUVER, February 13, 1976* Filet    T-76-10
J* 'Sates
Mr. b.d. Margetts
Montreal, Quo*
As a result of several discussions, the foil owing changes
in decor cm board tha "Princess Patricia" will be undertaken
prior to commencement of service May IS, 19761
BMsl —
100 series stateroom doors will be painted orange, picking
up colour from tha carpet runner. The well around the area
of Cabins 144 to 161 will be painted a complimentary colour,
yet to be determined, with the object of brightening up thia
section* Lighting will be improved and Indian prints will
be affixed to panels throughout the area*
In view of the cost involved, there will be no changes mads
on the deck in this area during 1976.
The eigne which presently are scattered around this section
will be uniformly rearranged in one area,
BWal m%mmm\
Cruise buXXetin boards will be improved in the Aft Social Bill
and the four wall panels in thia area will be repainted to
bland in with the decor of the lounge.
Passageway will aXso me changed from the present bXue to a
compXimentary colour, in order to blend with the carpet snd
give passageways the appearance of being wider.
Forward firs wall decorations will be altered, and on either
aids, just prior to entrance into the Forward social Ball,
............
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Seniority Gr
oup: Uncertif:
Lcated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date of
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3;
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18,
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19;
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
Jame s S.
456716 ■
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver,   B.C.
 2,
whale carvings, which will be made in our shops, will he
affixed to the panels. The centre grille work of the
griXXe frame will be cut out, in order that carvings will
be shown to greater advantage*
Carpeting will be completed in Cabins 208, 210, 215, 216 mad
219, which should have been done last year but which was unable to he completed prior to ship's going into service.
These rooms ara the only stateroom ares with carpeting from
the time of ship's first entering service.
In Cabins 216 and 219, tha berth facing walls will be
sculptured in order to give a mors open presentation*
Easy chairs have been upholstered in the same material
presently cm the sofas, and the emerald green colour in the
i^^^^^w eaav ^^^i*e*e   m^^t    ^i***^s*p^fceie    ea*'* *r     ^mmmi****m    m*mmm    ma^mam^mmKrmm*   ^e^^^^^am ey
m0at*ammmmm*^     t*mmm^^m ^     mamtamm    myama^mmmmmmmwam ^am^m*    m*m&    mm aw- *^ fa     m**mma mm    ^& my^ama^ m     ^^■mmm mm    a* mmmmmm mmmmm*. mm*ma^amam
last year, but time did not permit completion of starboard
Rooms 300, even numbered to 326* These rooms will be completed prior to May 15th.
New carpeting will be laid around tha Haws Stand area, as
same has deteriorated badly. - signs ia Maws stand area will
be improved for uniformity throughout*
Boat Deck Rooms 400*427 require painting, snd as many «a
possible will be completed prior May 15th.
Aft observation Room - Mow cupboard with teak wood finish
is being built in our "hops to replace tha present library
and cupboard ares, in order that all games oguipment can
be stored out of sight when not in use. Eventually s map
cose Hill be built, but it is thought improbable that time
WiXX permit construction of this item this year. The 60
seats ia this room are being reupholstared, sad new drapes
•*..•.•*.•.. 3
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
eamship Service
Seniority Gr
oup: Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date (
Df
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3:
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18.
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19]
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13:
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23
, 1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
360085
May
1
, 1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
30LZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lorne E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver,   B.C.
 3.
will be hung* The orange ceiling stripes will be painted
out and ceiling will be painted to reflect colour of the
new chair upholstery. Window sills will also be revamished,
Baldawav Room - Further Indian motif material will be placed
in the War area, and in particular, against tha stairwell
trunk, which time did not permit completing last season•
In addition to the foregoing. Galley ia being completely
repainted*
Galley painting is under way and work will be commenced on
other painting as weather moderates*
Consideration was given to displaying articles from various
coastal museums*    we have not corns to s decision respecting
this as yet, from the viewpoint of security arrangements
for a display of this nature, and wo will advise you of our
decision subsequently.
Manager, B.C*c*s*s.
RRR'BB
cc. Mr*  M*W« Holland
Vancouver.
be. Mr. R.A. Ferguson (Personal)
Vancouver, B.C.
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast  Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
eamship Service
Seniority Gr
oup: Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date of
Standing No,
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3;
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18.
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19!
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
, 1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
360085
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
30LZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
i 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 VANCOUVER, February 13, 1976 Filet X-75-8-4
J* Yates
Mr* tf*B* Holland
Supervisor
Data Contra
Vancouver
Re;    Pier A-3 damaged while berthing
<M m$* mam Bttl	
With regerd to copy ef Creenless Filedriving invoice attached, will
you kindly 1st se have copy of tha voucher.
this is required for insurance purposes so would appreciate receiving
aa seen as possible.
Manager, B.C.C.S^S.
HHL/JB
 - 10 - ss
ARTICLE 7 (Cont'd.)
7.5 If not convenient and they are called upon to work
on any or all of the ten (10) holidays specified, or in the
event they are on weekly leave or annual vacation with pay
on any or all of the ten (10) holidays specified they shall
later be allowed equivalent leave with pay added' to their
annual vacation if they so desire.
7.6 The rate of pay to be allow d News Stand Attendants
for the Statutory Holidays shown in Article 7.1 shall be
arrived at by taking the commission for the preceding 20.333
days worked and arriving at a daily average rate.  In the case
of a new employee not having a month's service prior to the
Statutory Holiday, or who actually commenced work on a
Statutory Holiday, the total average rate for the time
worked during the current month is to be used.
ARTICLE 3
BEREAVEMENT LEAVE
8.1      Upon the death of an employee's spouse, child,
parent, father-in-law, mother-in-law, step-father, stepmother, brother or sister, the employee shall be entitled
to three (3) days' bereavement leave without loss of pay
provided he has not less than six (6) months' cumulative
compensated service.  It is the intent of this Clause to
provide for the granting of leave from work on the occasion
of a death as aforesaid and for the payment of his regular
wages for that period to the employee to whom leave is
granted.
ARTICLE 9
ZAA-AAA _
9.1      The Employee Benefit Plan shall be that Plan established by the Supplemental Agreement of March 16, 1965,
as revised, amended or superseded, between certain Canadian
Railways and The Associated Railway Unions representing non-
operating employees, to which the Company and the Union are
signatories.
 11
 %
TaMttlWIa, February U, 197* filet *~7e-3S
2m Tate*
Mr* J*H* iuaafci, Vancouver
Mr. e. Robinson, Xaaalae
terser, **Fria««ss «f Vancouver
Miss g*6* ghee
.flease apply following rates effective February 15, life* until
further advised;
1.S* funds at discount on international snd foreign freight traffic
covered by OTA tariff lis
Exchange   3/* par seat .
*; \mmm*awmmmmmamatm& m^.m m*
Canadian, funds ml a prewiue mm 1aftorwet towel pessengfir traffic -
covered by Fare Advice 12-1
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
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ARTICLE 21
BEREAVEMENT LEAVE
21.1      Employees covered by this Agreement shall, after
having completed six (6) months' cumulative compensated service,
be entitled to bereavement leave without loss of pay in the
event of a bereavement due to the death of spouse, child,
parent, father-in-law or mother-in-law, for the purpose of
arranging and/or attending the funeral of the deceased and
for such other requirements as would reasonably necessitate
one or more working days off duty, up to a maximum of three
(3) working dayso
ARTICLE 22
BOARD I1-1G PASSES
22.1      Authorised representatives of the Guild shall
have the right to go on board the vessels covered by this
Agreement at all reasonable times for the purpose of consulting with the Masters, Deck Officers, Engineers, Electricians
and Maintainers employed thereon.
ARTICLE 23
S E N I 0 Ii
23.1 Seniority lists of all Masters and Deck Officers
and Engineer Officers, including Electricians and liaintainers,
(separate lists) covered by this Agreement showing names in
order of seniority, shall be supplied for posting in the
Officers' quarters on each ship.  The authorized representative of the Guild shall be furnished with a copy of each
Seniority List.
23.2 Officers entering the service as new employees
shall be considered as on probation for the first six (6)
months; if found unsatisfactory during this period, their
services may be dispensed with.  For all other purposes they
shall be regarded as coming under the provisions of this
Agreement.
23.3 Seniority lists shall be revised and posted in
January of each year and shall be open for correction for a
period of ninety (90) days on the presentation of proof of
error by the Master or Officer or his representative.
.  19
 ■ ■.'■ ■■ ■■
VANCOUVER, February 13, 1976 Filet 14118 A-l
J. Yates
Mr* £t2* Msrgetts
Montreal
Further to correspondence on four file 103-3©(a), concerning Frincess
Victoria inc.
Dissolution proceedings ere now in progress and invoice for this
service submitted by Messrs. Bogle & Gates in the assount of §308.17,
was forwarded to the Accounting Department, date, for vouchering.
Copies of Articles of Dissolution will be forwarded you whan they coos
to hand in this office.
Msosger, B.C.C.S.S.
cct Mr. W.W. Hocking, Vancouver
Invoice attached.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 - 18 -
ARTICLE 21
BEREAVEMENT LEAVE
21.1      Employees covered by this Agreement shall, after
having completed six (6) months' cumulative compensated service,
be entitled to bereavement leave without loss of pay in the
event of a bereavement due to the death of spouse, child,
parent, father-in-law or mother-in-law, for the purpose of
arranging and/or attending the funeral of the deceased and
for such other requirements as would reasonably necessitate
one or more working days off duty, up to a maximum of three
(3) working days.
ARTICLE 22
BOARDIITG PASSES
22.1      Authorised representatives of the Guild shall
have the right to go on board the vessels covered by this
Agreement at all reasonable times for the purpose of consulting with the Masters, Deck Officers, Engineers, Electricians
and liaintainers employed thereon.
ARTICLE 23
IT I 0
23.1 Seniority lists of all Masters and Deck Officers
and Engineer Officers, including Electricians and Maintainers,
(separate lists) covered by this Agreement showing names in-
order of seniority, shall be supplied for posting in the
Officers' quarters on each ship.  The authorized representative of the Guild shall be furnished with a copy of each
Seniority List.
23.2 Officers entering the service as new employees
shall be considered as on probation for the first six (6)
months; if found unsatisfactory during this period, their
services may be dispensed with.  For all other purposes they
shall be regarded as coming under the provisions of this
Agreement.
23.3 Seniority lists shall be revised and posted in
January of each year and shall be open for correction for a
period of ninety (90) days on the presentation of proof of
error by the Master or Officer or his representative.
1 9
 Februery 13, 1*76
File:  323659
Sun Life of Canada
Claims Department
Canadian Health and Disability
Section
338 Broadway Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3C 014
Dear Sirs:
Re:    Croup No.  7030-GD, Sub. Ho. 001, M. KOSARCZUK,
Location 5062, Audit Ho. 953, S.I.N. 713-076-404*
ftfti ^.TOl^,,,.,. ,	
Reference your memorandum dated January 27, 1976» concerning
the above, enclosed herewith is further doctor's report.
Yours truly.
J. YATJSS,
Manager,
B.C.C.S. b. —........-
JB
 - 18 -
ARTICLE 21
BEREAVEMENT LEAVE
-i
1.1      Employees covered by this Agreement shall, after
having completed six (6) months' cumulative compensated service,
be entitled to bereavement leave without loss of pay in the
event of a bereavement due to the death of spouse, child,
parent, father-in-law or mother-in-law, for the purpose of
arranging and/or attending the funeral of the deceased and
for such other requirements as would reasonably necessitate
one or more working days off duty, up to a maximum of three
(3) working days.
ARTICLE 22
BOARDING PASSES
22.1      Authorised representatives of the Guild shall
have the right to go on board the vessels covered by this
Agreement at all reasonable times for the purpose of consulting with the Masters, Deck Officers, Engineers, Electricians
and liaintainers employed thereon.
ARTICLE   23
SENIORITY
23.1 Seniority lists of all Masters and Deck Officers
and Engineer Officers, including Electricians and liaintainers,
(separate lists) covered by this Agreement showing names in
order of seniority, shall be supplied for posting in the
Officers' quarters on each ship.  The authorized representative of the Guild shall be furnished with a copy of each
Seniority List.
23.2 Officers entering the service as new employees
shall be considered as on probation for the first six (6)
months; if found unsatisfactory during this period, their
services may be dispensed with.  For all other purposes they
shall be regarded as coming under the provisions of this
Agreement.
23.3 Seniority lists shall be revised and posted in
January of each year and shall be open for correction for a
period of ninety (90) days on the presentation of proof of
error by the Master or Officer or his representative.
«o«««aoa   -L. A'
 February 13, 1976
File: 127778
Mrs. Betty Parish
330 — 1st Street, S.E.
Medicine Hat, Alberta
Dear Mrs. Parish:
Please accept our condolences on the demise of your father,
Mr. Leslie Anderson, January 11, 1976.
As we are not aware of who is handling Mr. Anderson's estate,
we are contacting you in this regard.
Kindly complete the enclosed Form P.K.3 and return to this office
together with a copy of the Certificate of Death, if it is at all
possible to obtain.
Also, please return to this office the December pension cheque,
ss it now forms part of the estate.
It will be appreciated if you would also tot us have Mr. Anderson's
Long Service Pass, if you can locate it.
Yours truly.
J. YAMS,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 - 19 -
ARTICLE 23 (Cont'd.)
23.4       Unless by mutual agreement between the authorized
representative of the Guild and the proper Officer of the
Company, seniority shall not be changed after becoming established; that is, by virtue of it being posted for ninety (90)
days without protest.
ARTICLE  24
PROMPT   IONS
24.1 Promotions shall be based on ability, qualifications,
merit and seniority; ability, qualifications and merit being
sufficient, seniority shall prevail.  The Officer of the
Company shall be the judge, subject to appeal.
24.2 Seniority shall be recognized as fully as possible
respecting promotions within the ranks of Masters and new
promotions to the rank of Master, but the Company reserves
the privilege to waive seniority in the case of any such
promotion if considered to be in the best interest of the
Company to do so.
24.3 Should a Master or any Officer not be promoted
in his turn, the authorized representative of the Officer,
shall, upon written request, be furnished with the reasons
thereof in writing.
24.4 Ttfhen a Second Officer has attained seniority to
place him in line for promotion to First Officer and has
sufficient qualifying time to obtain his Master's Certificate,
but has not done so, he shall remain stationary in seniority
until such time as he secures his Master's Certificate,
forfeiting seniority to any Officers who have, during that
time, been promoted over him.  If, however, a Second Officer
has insufficient qualifying time to sit for his Master's
Certificate, he will be allowed to complete his qualifying
time and pass the examination and will be promoted upon
receipt of his Master's Certificate to the position to which
his seniority entitles him, provided such period does not exceed
twelve (12) months.
ARTICLE 25
RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING ENGINEER
OFFICERS' POSITIONS AND PROMOTIONS
CHIEF ENGINEERS;
25.1       Seniority shall be recognized as fully as possible
 ... 20
 I
VANCOUVER, February 13, 1976 Filet X-76-5-1
J. Yates
Mr* WcC. gylander
Vancouver
Mre A. McDermott
Montreal
Herewith copy of Lloyd's invoice for survey of the "Carrier Princess",
which sustained cartage on January 20, 1976.
Copy of voucher is also attached.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S*
HLH/jb
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ARTICLE 23 (Cont'd.)
23.4       Unless by mutual agreement between the authorized
representative of the Guild and the proper Officer of the
Company, seniority shall not be changed after becoming established; that is, by virtue of it being posted for ninety (90)
days without protest.
ARTICLE 24
PROMOTIONS
24.1 Promotions shall be based on ability, qualifications,
merit and seniority; ability, qualifications and merit being
sufficient, seniority shall prevail.  The Officer of the
Company shall be the judge, subject to appeal.
24.2 Seniority shall be recognized as fully as possible
respecting promotions within the ranks of Masters and new
promotions to the rank of Master, but the Company reserves
the privilege to waive seniority in the case of any such
promotion if considered to be in the best interest of the
Company to do so.
24.3 Should a Master or any Officer not be promoted
in his turn, the authorized representative of the Officer,
shall, upon written request, be furnished with the reasons
thereof in writing.
24.4 I^Jhen a Second Officer has attained seniority to
place him in line for promotion to First Officer and has
sufficient qualifying time to obtain his Master's Certificate,
but has not done so, he shall remain stationary in seniority
until such time as he secures his Master's Certificate,
forfeiting seniority to any Officers who have, during that
time, been promoted over him.  If, however, a Second Officer
has insufficient qualifying time to sit for his Master's
Certificate, he will be allowed to complete his qualifying
time and pass the examination and will be promoted upon
receipt of his Master's Certificate to the position to which
his seniority entitles him, provided such period does not exceed
twelve (12) months.
ARTICLE 25
RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING ENGINEER
OFFICERS' POSITIONS AND PROMOTIONS
CHIEF ENGINEERS;
25.1       Seniority shall be recognized as fully as possible
 . .. 20
 VANCOUVHi,  February 12,  X976,
J. Yates
Mr. B.D. Margetts
Montreal, Que.
TO BE INimilJLMI PASSEDJW,
i Monoger, B-C-CS^^
Asst. MancgerL_B:CC:S1S
Marino Superintendent
Superintendent Engineer
Coy.rWi$3ki';1 T-76-.XQ
Termini ient
DepctrtmentG} Analyst
Office Monoger ■
Aeeountont
EncXosed pXease find second Space Avaiiabiiity   Jtatus
Report on "Princess Patricia," indicating a seasonai
room occupancy of 8356 to date.
Manager,  B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 .
TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., FEB. X2/76
B.D. MARGETTS     01-20365
MONTREAL. QUE.
FEB 10/76 A 26/4.2 C X76/.5 E 5X/.3 F X90/XX.8 G X44/X2.0
J .5 K 29.3     BCC-36
J. YATES
MANAGER,   BCCSS
GWM'BB
 February X2, X976.
FlXe No. T-76-X0
Messrs* Biil R. Vernon &
George SuXXivan
AXaska Resources DeveXoproent Committee
2X5 CoXunbia St.
SeattXe, Washington 98X04.
.      GentXeraem
Tharik you kindly for your latter of February 6th,
extending an invitation to join the AXaska Resources
DeveXopment Committee and their guests, at a coclctali
reception for Gary Prink on February 26th.
It is with regret that due to other commitments we
oust decXine your invitation, and return herewith
tidkata forwarded with your Xetter.
Yours very truXy,
J. YJffKS
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 - 2 -
RATES
(1) Unaccompanied autos, %~ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
(2) Forklifts, capacity to 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
(3) Forklifts, capacity over 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
(4) Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver CP 1000 POV 1200
ex Nanaimo CP 1330 POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
(5) Boat Trailers, Bogies
(6) Commercial Freight Trailers
$18.00
$22.00
$3O.Q0
$20.Qp
$1.45 per ft,
min. $10,00.
35 feet - $51.Op
40 feet - $55.QJ3
45  feet - $60.Qp
Overwidth - $.20 per |t.
Overhang    - $1.45  "    T"
VANCOUVER •
- NANAIMO
1
TrucHs
Up to 20 feet
$34.Qp
21-26 feet
42.00
27-31
n
45.00
;
32-36
ii
51.QO
37-41
n
55.Op
42-45
ii
60.00
50 feet
67.26
55
74.50
60
81. is
Units
41 feet
m
$55.00 + $1.45 per foot
.' >
50  "
=
68.05
55  "
m
75.30
■;'
60  "
=
82.55
65  "
S
89.80
. j.
70  "
m
97.05
;■
 I
February 12, 19,76V
File Ho* T*>7€~1Q
Administrative Servicea Officer
The City and Borough of Juneau
1SS ^outh Seward St.
JUneau, Alaska 99801. -'
e/^n my    mm^emmmmm jm e
This will acknowiedge with thanks your Xetter of
February 5, 1976, with which was enciosed licence
in duplicate for use of the AXaaka Steam Dock.
Both copies have bean sioned. and one ayamm  is re*
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turned to vdu herewith em  r ecu as ted.
Us) appreciate tha extra dates assigned to the
"Batricia" towards the and of the season, but at
tha present time our last fuXX Alaska sailing Hill
depart iron Vancouver September 20th. We wiXX ad**
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Yours very truXy,
ia    ymmaama
Manager,  B.CCS.S*
RRR'BB
be.    Master )  mPriacmm patricia'
Purser  )
Xn view of the purchase by tha City of Juneau of
the Alaska Steam Dock, wa are encXosing copy of
licence fox use of City Dock, aXso Rules and
ReguXations, and Charge*.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
 -  2 -
RATE^
(1)
Unaccompanied autos,   %-ton pickup,  panels
Includes  loading and unloading.
(2) Forklifts,   capacity to 6000 lbs.
I Includes  loading and unloading.
(3) Forklifts,  capacity over 6000 lbs.
Includes  loading and unloading.
(4) Trucks up to 28 feet,  with driver
ex Vancouver        CP    1000       POV    1200
ex Nanaimo CP    1330       POV    0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings  only.)
(5) Boat Trailers,  Bogies
(6) Commercial Freight Trailers
$18.00
$22.00
$30.i30
$20.QP
$1.45 per ft.
min. $10,00.
35 feet - $51.Qp
40 feet - $55.00
45 feet - $60.00
Overwidth - $.20 per ft.
Overhang - $1.45 " A "
VANCOUVER - NANi
MMO
ICrncJ^L
Up
to
20 feet
$34.00
21-26 feet
42. qo
27-31
ii
45. ap
32-36
■i
51.00
37-41
•i
55. dO
42-45
ii
60. dp
50  feet
67.25
55
74.50
60
81.75
Units
41  feet
50     "
=
$55.00 + $1.45 per foot
68.05
55     "
=
75.30
'y
60     "
m
82.55
65     "
S3
89.80
r
70     "
97.05
'■
 February 12, 1976.
File HO. T-7©>10
Mr. Robert M. Burnett
Rt* 5, Box 5684
Juneau, Alaska 99801.
Boar Mr* Burnetts
Thank you kindly fear your letter of February 5th
advising us of your new publication entitled "Inside
Passage," and the distribution that you will bo
making of it, in particuXar to cruise ship passengers.
We will be very happy to receive a supply of your
new publication for each of our voyages throughout
1976, and enclose copy of our cruise schedule for
thia season.     0
In addition to tha normal cruise season there will
bo two pre-season charters operating on simiiar basis
to that enclosed, departing Vancouver May 15th and
May 23rd, for arrival Juneau May 20th and May 23th*
Following the normal cruise season there will aXso
be two charters departing Vancouver September 12th
and 20th, due Juneau September 17th and 25th.
We would suggest 200 copies would be sufficient for
our needs and do appreciate the courtesy of your
approaching us with this new publication for "Princess
Patricia" cruise passengers*
Yours very truly.
J. YM»ES
Manager, b.c.c.s.s.
RRR'BB
 VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Mobile Homes - Nanaimo
$1.55 per foot plus $.20 overwidth,
A-
40 Fe«
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Fti
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide	
$70,00
Wide
$78.00
Wide
$62.00
£36.00
65.10
73.50
Ci.90
90.30
68.20
77.00
85.u0
94.60
71.30
80.50
89.70
98.90
74.40
84.00
93.60
103.20
77.50
87.50
97.50
107.50
30.60
91.00
101.40
111.80
83.70
94.50
105.30
116.10
86.80
98.00
109.20
120.40
89.90
101.50
113.10
124.70
93.00
105.00
117.00
129.00
96.10
108.50
120.90
133.30
99.20
112.00
124.80
137.60
102.30
115.50
128.70
141.90
105.40
119.00
132.60
146.20
 4   " ■
•
February 12, 1976*
*
File No* 76.ALA.52X.8.W.
.
*,
Kiss m.g* Jeff roe. Manager
City Ticket office
CP Air
32 Martin Place
Sydney, N.s.w., Australia.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS -  MR.   & MRS.  W.   WARNEFORD
"PRINCESS  PATRICIA"  VANCOUVER-SKAGWAY
ifViifSi  .mi hi   In.     i         ■     ii .   ■   in  i    ■ i   ■    i    nullum   i    n  n  ■   i    n
Bear Miss Jeffree:
This will acknowledge receipt of your letter of
February 3rd enclosing bank draft in the amount
of $80.00 to cover deposit on Room 140, "Princess
Patricia" JuXy 26th sailing to Skagway and return
in favour of Mr. and Mrs. w. tfarheford.
Wo have noted particularly Mr.'' warneford's position
with warn©ford Industries Limited, and wish to be
certain that you and they are aware of the facilities
of Cabin 140* last year we had a very embarrassing
situation on board the "Princess Patricia," where
an office had reserved accommodation for their clients,
indicating to them that the type of accoramodation
held on their behalf was similar to the deluxe high
category rooms pictured at the top of the foldout
page in our Alaska brochure. Cabin 140 has an upper
and lower berth and ia similar to tho stateroom shown
et tho bottom of tho foldout page opposite the picture
of the "Princess Patricia" at Ketchikan pier.
«.»....*»•• 2
 - 2 -
RATE§
(1)
(2)
(3)
Unaccompanied autos, %-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity to 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity over 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
(4) Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver CP 1000 POV 1200
ex Nanaimo CP 1330 POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
(5) Boat Trailers, Bogies
(6) Commercial Freight Trailers
$18.Qp
$22.Qp
$30.QP
$20.QO
$1.45 per;ft,
min. $10.00.
35 feet - $51.00
40 feet - $55.Q0
45 feet - $60.Op
Overwidth - $.20 perift.
Overhang - $1.45 " f"
VANCOUVER
- NANAIMO
:i
Truck*?
Up
to 20 feet
$34.00
*
21-26 feet
42. Op
27-31
ii
45.00
;
32-36
■I
51.Qp
37-41
ii
55.00
42-45
n
60.00
50 feet
67.2$
55
-
74. $P
*
60
81.76
Units
41 feet
at
$55.00 + $1.45 per foot
■; •
50  "
=3
68.05
,.j
55  "
S3
75.30
60  "
=
82.55
i" !
65  "
=
89.80
.' \
70  "
s
97.05
;
 - 2 *
Should there be any misunderstanding regarding
tho type of accommodation Mr* and Mrs. waraeford
will he occupying, we will appreciate learning of
same in order that wa oan alter reservation, if
necessary, •
Yours very truly*
J* YAT3S
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
■ .
<'y.     ■
A' yy
■ y
 -  2  -
RATES
(1) 'Unaccompanied autos,  %-ton pickup, panels
Includes  loading and unloading.
(2) Forklifts,   capacity to 6000 lbs.
Includes  loading and unloading.
(3) Forklifts,   capacity over 6000  lbs.
Includes  loading and unloading.
(4) Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver CP    1000       POV    1200
ex Nanaimo CP    1330       POV    0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings  only.)
(5) Boat Trailers,  Bogies
(6) Commercial Freight Trailers
$18.00
$22.Q0
$30.00
$20.00
$1.45 per ft,
min. $10,00.
35 feet - $51.PQ
40 feet - $55.Qp
45 feet - $60. QJ)
Overwidth - $.20 per 'ft.
Overhang - $1.45 " 5 ■ "
VANCOUVER
- NANAIMO
i
Trucks
Up
to
20
feet
$34
.Qp
'.
21-
■26 feet
42
.QP
27-
32-
37-
42-
50
55
60
-31
-36
-41
-45
feet
ti
ii
•i
ii
n
ii
45
51
55
60
67
74
81
.Op
.QO
.QP
.25
.50
.75
Units
41
50
feet
S3
$55.
68
.00 +
.05
$1
.45
per
foot
r
A
55
60
65
70
=3
75.
82
89
97,
.30
.55
.80
.05
A
 February 12, 1976*
File No.   76.ALA.521.I.L.
Mr* G.B. LangXey
Vice-President
aTi**rjr ^mi.d»  !.^e*aais^h mm a*  ■•^^^■a^s^S'j^wa
Box 11141, X055 w. Georgia St*
Vancouver, B.C.
^MHMsflsV, i m
Dear Mr* langley*
:;-We were very pleased to loam from Mr* L.R. Smith
that you and Mrs, Langley will bo travelling on
board the "Princess Patricia:* on. the May 31st sailing northbound to Alaska.
This will confirm that wa have assigned stateroom
210 for your use on this sailing to Skagway. This
room is situated forward of amidships cm the Upper
Deck, and features a double wall bod, together with
single lower north and upper berth, shower and
toilet facilities. During the day tha bed may bo
put away Into the wall, and berths ara pullraanized,
offering a substantial a load day cabin, with approximately 178 aquare foot. From the enclosed Alaska
brochure you will be able to determine the location
of thia' accommodation.
Tho "Princess Patricia" ia am berthed in Vancouver
at the north end of Her B-c and is undergoing her
annual refit. Toward April, if you would like to
view tho accommodation, wa would be pleased to toko
you on board ship at your convenience.
..........
. 2
 - 2 -
RATES
(1) Unaccompanied autos,  %-ton pickup, panels
Includes  loading and unloading.
(2) Forklifts,   capacity to 6000 lbs.
Includes  loading and unloading.
(3) Forklifts,  capacity over 6000 lbs.
Includes  loading and unloading.
(4) Trucks up to 28 feet,  with driver
ex Vancouver CP    1000       POV    1200
ex Nanaimo CP    1330       POV    0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings  only.)
(5) Boat Trailers,  Bogies
(6) Commercial Freight Trailers
$18.Q0
A
$22.QO
$30.00
$20.Qp
$1.45 per ft.
min. $10.p0.
35 feet - $51.00
40 feet - $55.Q0
45  feet - $60.dp
Overwidth - $.20 per ft.
Overhang    - $1.45  "   y"
VANCOUVER
- NANAIMO
to 20 feet
Trudys
Up
$34.Op
■y
21-26  feet
42. Op
27-31
ii
45.00
32-36
n
51. Qp
37-41
ii
55.00
42-45
ii
60.00
50  feet
67.25
55
74.5p
60
81.7 5
Units
41  feet
3S
$55.00 + $1.45 per foot
vs
50     "
m
68.05
55     "
S3
75.30
'< '
60     "
S3
82.55
-'
65     "
S3
89.80
i;
70     "
m
97.05
,
 a- ' '
eX - 2 -
j
The "Princess Patricia" wiXX depart Vancouver at
8*30 p.m. on Monday, May 31st, with embarkation commencing at 6100 p.m. Dinner ia not served departing
Vancouver» however, there ia a night buffet commencing
at 9:30 p.m. in the Dining Room*
The "Patricia" will arrive Skagway at 8il5 a.m. on
Friday, JUne 4th. White Pass & Yukon train No. 1
will depart from the uptown station at 10t45 a.m.,
arriving Whitaborse at 5s00 p.m. This is not to be
confused with the Skagway to Lake Bennett special
train, which will Xeave from ship's side at SiXS a.m.,
making a round trip for those passengers desirous of
travelling on thia scenic railway*
■  .     y. ' ;::■■.■
The charges respecting your accommodation on board the
"Patricia" total $826.50 Canadian funds for Mrs. Langley and yourself, and the one-way rail fare from
Skagway to Whitehorse will be $29*00 U.S. funds each,
including lunch at Lake Bennett station*
As there,.is not a White Pass & Yukon passenger office
in Vancouver, it will bo necessary for these tickets
to be obtained from their Seattle office, and we will
be pleased to arrange for them,at the same time advising them that you will be travelling on Train #1
from Skagway to Whitehorse June 4th.
purchase of your Alaska tickets should be made by
April X9th, end at that time a U.S. Immigration
questionnaire will be forwarded with the tickets, which
wa request be made up in advance of your arrival on
board ship, and from which our Purser prepares necessary documents for U.S. Immigration officers coming
on board ship at Ketchikan, in order that passenger
clearance may be arranged as smoothly as possible*
There are two meaX sittings on our vessel, the first
beings Breakfast 8:00 a.m.; lunch 12s30 p.m. and Dinner
6:00 p.m., and tho second beings Breakfast 3*45 a.m.;
Lunch Is30 p.m. and Dinner 7:00 p.m. In  order that we
may arrange your table sittings in advance, it will be
appreciated if you will advise your pleasure any time
prior to May 3lst. We would also like to seat you at
the Captain's table*
........... 3
 -  2 -
rates;
(1) Unaccompanied autos,   ^-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
(2) Forklifts,   capacity to 6000  lbs.
Includes  loading and unloading.
(3) Forklifts,   capacity over 6000  lbs.
Includes  loading and unloading.
(4) Trucks up to 28 feet,  with driver
ex Vancouver CP    1000       POV    1200
ex Nanaimo CP    1330       POV    0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
(5) Boat Trailers,  Bogies
(6) Commercial Freight Trailers
$18.Q0
$22.00
a
$30.00
i
$20.QP
$1.45 per ft.
min.  $10.00.
35 feet - $51.Qp
40 feet - $55.00
45  feet - $60.00
Overwidth - $.20 per ft.
Overhang    - $1.45  "       "
VANCOUVER ■
- NANAIMO
Trucks
Up
to 20 feet
21-26 feet
27-31
ii
32-36
•i
37-41
ii
42-45
ii
50 feet
55
60
1
Units
41 feet
s
$55.00
50  "
=
68.05
\
55  "
a
75.30
60  "
=
82.55
65  "
S3
89.80
70  "
=
97.05
$34.00
42.00
45. Qp
51.00
55.00
60.00
67.25
74.50
81. 7|
+ $1.45 per foot
 4
m
— 3 —
Our Doily Cruise Bulletin is presently at tho
printer's, and a aopy will bo forwarded to you
when received, in order that you may have an
appreciation of the shipboard activities and
porta of call.
Pleaae fool free to request any further information
concerning your "Srineesa Patricia" cruiae.
- ■ ■
Wa understand that Miss Cowan will be arranging CP
Air reservations for your flight from whitahorse to
Vancouver.
, :                               000J           ■ -                   tSVJJOOftrtV
Yours vary truly*
L.
A   .A:                                                                                                        --■■':   ■"'•
J. YAfES
Manager, b.c.cs.s.
RRR'BB
be.    Mr. L.R. Smith
*   |i                 ;]
Vancouver, B.C.
Thank you for your telephone call regarding Mr*
and Mrs. Langley*s desire to use the "Princess
Patricia" northbound on May 3Xst.
Manager, B.C.CS.S,
A
 - 2 -
RATES
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Unaccompanied autos, %-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity to 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity over 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
$18.Q0
$22.Qp
$30.00
$20.00
(5)  Boat
Trailers, Bogies
$1.45 per ft.
min. $10.00.
(6)  Commercial Freight Trailers
35
feet - $51.Op
40
feet - $55.00
45
feet - $60.Op
Overwidth - $.20 perift.
■
Overhang
- $1.45 "  '"
VANCOUVER
- NANAIMO
■» ^
TructeL
Up to 20 feet
$34.Op
21-26 feet
42.00
27-31
ii
45. Q0
32-36
ii
51.Qp
37-41
ii
55.00
42-45
ii
60.00
-
50 feet
67.26
55
74.50
60
81. 7|
Units
41 feet
a
$55
,00 +
$1.45
:.y
per foot
50  "
a
68
.05
.
55  "
=
75
.30
60  "
=
82
.55
65  "
a
89
,80
V
70  "
97
.05
*
 February 12, 1976*
File No.  76.ALA.521.I.L.
;     : -      y.-. ■■■•■■
.      .        ...■ .        ..      :       :
Mr* Frank G* Downey, Manager
Passenger  rales and Service
P*0* Box 2X47
Seattle, Washington 98111.
Dear Franks
Mr. G.B. Langley, Vice-President of the Royal Bank
of Canada, accompanied by Mrs* Langley, will be
travelling on our May 31st sailing of the "Princess
Patricia" to  ikagway, connecting on June 4th from
Skagw&y to Whitehorse, and will be using your Train
:.#x.
WiXX you pXease reserve two seats on their behalf,
and in mid April we will request you to issue their
passage tickets*
Yours very truly.
R.R.  RBXD
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 - 2 -
RATES
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Unaccompanied autos, ^-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity to 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity over 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
Boat Trailers, Bogies
Commercial Freight Trailers
$18.00
$22.00
$30.00
$20.00
$1.45 per ft,
min. $10,00.
35 feet - $51.Q0
40 feet - $55.00
45 feet - $60.00
Overwidth - $.20 per-ft.
Overhang - $1.45 " %"
VANCOUVER -
- NANAIMO
A
Trucks
Up
to 20 feet
$34.Op
21-26 feet
42. Op
27-31
ii
45.00
32-36
ii
'
51. qp
37-41
ii
55.00
42-45
ii
60.00
50 feet
67.2'p1
55
74.50
/-.
60
I
81.76
Units
41 feet
50  "
55  "
60  "
s
$55.00 + $1.45 per foot
68.05
75.30
82.55
65  "
a
89.80
7- .
70  "
97.05
t
 12,  1976*
File m* Um
■
with Mr.
(Finance), and Mr*
llth to dis<
i #nd Mm oarticuXar yc
to 'maw request to settle the old
Wi.ll be la ma il this
aa      ^ * ^ -—      SS Mhi^rM^iMii ui ij'iii Oil 11^        ii ii rin n i ■       —- •■— —- ——-""* "■ ""■      ■*-■■ SL  —. jl,.
X   ttJUPO  HpOIrwCX4%*w   yOUr   mew AsJkJTcfc f&09   tlUbBv
wiXX be made to
with our billing office and will
■lameat period February 9-14.
Ploaae do not hoaitate to contact me if yen require
y.y
J.YATES
Mfc»|ar, B.CX^*S« ;
«o#    Mr* J.D, Mason, Montreal.
Mr* W«J.Comerford, Montreal.
MT* G.L. DockrilX, Vancouver.
Mr* J* Suauki, Vancouver - Flease
Manager, B.C.C.S.6,
 - 2 -
RATES
(1) Unaccompanied autos, *s-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
(2) Forklifts, capacity to 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
(3) Forklifts, capacity over 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
(4) Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver CP 1000 POV 1200
ex Nanaimo CP 1330 POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
(5) Boat Trailers,  Bogies
(6) Commercial Freight Trailers
$18.00
$22.00
$30.0P
$20.Qp
$1.45 per ft.
min. $10.00.
35 feet - $51.00
40 feet - $55.00
45 feet - $60.00
Overwidth - $.20 per ^t.
Overhang - $1.45 " A"
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Trucks
Units
Up to 20 feet
21-26 feet
27-31
32-36
37-41
42-45
50 feet
55
60
41 feet
50
55
60
65
70
$55.00 + $1.45 per foot
68.05
75.30
82.55
89.80
97.05
$34.Qp
42.00
45. Qp
51.OQ
55. Qp
60.00
67.2g
74. 5P
81. 75
 February 12* 1976*
File fto* 103
Mr* Mohan Singh, teosidsnt
Ideal Fuel & Troaspert Ltd*
273S Bridge at*
Victoria, B*C
Door m* **inghi
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Maaan, Assistant to Vice-^rosident  (Finance), and Mr,
Aitken, Terminal Superintendent, Vancouver, paid a
visit to your office on February llth to discuss your
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response, to mmr request to settle your aeoount of
January 14th and your promise to settle September 2Xet
aeoount by Monday, February 16th* , ,i;
This will than bring your account* ia lino with our
mutual arrangement established sometime ago*
X also appreciate your assurance that future accounts
will bo aettled an a oarrent basis, or, as mentioned,
sows action will have to bo taken • nmfremfug your di#**
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I lease do not hesitate to contact Mr* Aitken if you
require e>wa* further information.
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J. YAT5J5
aw W      ^pw*» mmtm
Hai^tjsr, B.CCS.S,
bo* Mr* J*D. Mason, Montreal.
Mr* w.j.coroerford, Montreal*
Mr* G*L. DockriXX, Vancouver,
 - 2
RATES
(1) Unaccompanied autos, ^-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
(2) Forklifts, capacity to 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
(3) Forklifts, capacity over 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
(4) Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver CP 1000 POV 1200
ex Nanaimo CP 1330 POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
(5) Boat Trailers, Bogies
(6) Commercial Freight Trailers
$18.Q0
i
$22.00
$30.00
$20.QQ
$1.45 per ft.
min. $10^00.
35 feet - $51.00
40 feet - $55.00
45 feet - $60.00
Overwidth - $.20 per ft.
Overhang - $1.45 " A"
VANCOUVER
- NANAIMO
■!. :.
Trucks
Up
to 20 feet
$34.0p
1
21-26 feet
42.00
A
27-31
■i
45. qp
i-
32-36
ii
51.00
37-41
ii
55.00
42-45
ii
60. Qp
50 feet
67.2p
55
74.50
60
81.7J5
Units
41 feet
a
$55.00 + $1.45 per foot
|
50  "
a
68.05
" '
55  "
a
75.30
A
60  "
a
82.55
"-
65  "
a
89.80
■■;
70  "
a
97.05
 February 13, 1976.
FilO 31©* 103
[   .
**r. Xen Grassick. President
Graxssick Transport Ltd.
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Mr* Aitken* Terminal superintonoeat, Vancouver, en
February llth to discus© your freight accounts, em3L
la particular, your old ones*
You Will raoalX sometime ago you stated your intention
to endeavour to moot tho payment of these accounts on ■
a mors current basis, whicts to dote has not traatFirsd.
X would appreciate your assurance that ovary effort
will bo sodo to settle same currently*
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Manager, B.cc.s.s.   ..
CAA * BB
bcV Mr. J*D* Mason* Montreal*
Mr* W.J. Comerford, Montreal.
Mr. G.L. Bockrill, Vancouver.
 - 2 -
RATES
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Unaccompanied autos, %-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity to 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity over 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
Boat Trailers, Bogies
Commercial Freight Trailers
$18.00
$22.00
$30.00
$20.QP
$1.45 per ft,
min. $10.00.
35 feet - $51.QP
40 feet - $55.Op
45 feet - $60.00
Overwidth - $.20 per "ft.
Overhang - $1.45 "  ;"
VANCOUVER •
- NANAIMO
A
Trucks
Up
to
20 feet
$34.Qp
21-26 feet
42. Op
27-31
ii
45. Op
32-36
ii
51.00
37-41
ii
55.00
42-45
ii
60.00
50 feet
67.26
55
74.5p
60
81.76
Units
41 feet
50  "
a
$55.00 + $1.45 per foot
68.05
A
55  "
a
75.30
60  "
a
82.55
65  "
a
89.80
-"
70  "
a
97.05
 February 12, 1976*
File No* 103
Mr. Brian Marshall
Accountant . -.. .,■■ •
Sidney Freight Service Ltd.
22 Begins Ave.
Victoria* »*c*
Dear Mr. Marshall:
X wish to thank you for roonttng with Mr. Mason*'
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oustt to investigate the old accounts* and your
promise to settle those accounts by February 13th.
2 also s^rst?isto your assurance that svery effort''	
will bo made to settle veur accounts on a current
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Ploass do not hesitate to contact Mr. Aitken if
yon require ntf/ further information,
lours vory truly.
J. YJOTRS
Managor, B.CCS.S*
CAA'BB
bo.    Mr* J.D. Mason, Montreal.
Mr. W.J. Comerford, Montreal.
**. 0.L, Dockrill, Vancouvor.
 - 2 -
RATES
(1) Unaccompanied autos, ^-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
(2) Forklifts, capacity to 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
(3) Forklifts, capacity over 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
(4) Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver CP 1000 POV 1200
ex Nanaimo CP 1330 POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
(5) Boat Trailers, Bogies
$18.00
$22.00
$30.00
$20.00
■< >
(6) Commercial Freight Trailers
$1.45 per ft,
min. $10.00.
35 feet - $51.00
40 feet - $55.00
45 feet - $60.00
Overwidth - $.20 per?ft.
Overhang - $1.45 "
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Truck?
Units
Up to 20 feet
$34.Op
21-26 feet
42.00
27-31
ii
45.00
32-36
ii
51.00
37-41
ii
55.00
42-45
ii
60. Qp
50 feet
67.26
55
74.50
60
81.76
41 feet
a
$55.00 + $1.45 per foot
50  "
a
68.05
>■ "'■■
55  "
a
75.30
]i
60  "
a
82.55
65  "
a
89.80
* ■
70  "
97.05
i
   3
 VANCOUVER, February 12, 1976
J. Yates
Mr. U.K.  Jones
General Paymaster
Montreal
As J.M. VANBERKEL's whereabouts are unknown we sre returning herewith
period 19 cheque #A068-S49 in the amount of $2.53.
r, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 - 19 -
ARTICLE 23 (Cont'd.)
23.4       Unless by mutual agreement between the authorized
representative of the Guild and the proper Officer of the
Company, seniority shall not be changed after becoming established; that is, by virtue of it being posted for ninety (90)
days without protest.
ARTICLE   2 4
PROMPT   IONS
24.1 Promotions shall be based on ability, qualifications,
merit and seniority; ability, qualifications and merit being
sufficient, seniority shall prevail.  The Officer of the
Company shall be the judge, subject to appeal.
24.2 Seniority shall be recognized as fully as possible
respecting promotions within the ranks of Masters and new
promotions to the rank of Master, but the Company reserves
the privilege to waive seniority in the case of any such
promotion if considered to be in the best interest of the
Company to do so.
24.3 Should a Master or any Officer not be promoted
in his turn, the authorized representative of the Officer,
shall, upon written request, be furnished with the reasons
thereof in writing.
24.4 TVhen a Second Officer has attained seniority to
place him in line for promotion to First Officer and has
sufficient qualifying time to obtain his Master's Certificate,
but has not done so, he shall remain stationary in seniority
until such time as he secures his Master's Certificate,
forfeiting seniority to any Officers who have, during that
time, been promoted over him.  If, however, a Second Officer
has insufficient qualifying time to sit for his Master's
Certificate, he will be allowed to complete his qualifying
time and pass the examination and will be promoted upon
receipt of his Master's Certificate to the position to which
his seniority entitles him, provided such period does not exceed
twelve (12) months.
ARTICLE 2 5
RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING ENGINEER
OFFICERS' POSITIONS AND PROMOTIONS
.
CHIEF ENGINEERS;
25.1       Seniority shall be recognized as fully as possible
  20
 February 12, 1976
Fiiei T-76-40
Mr. T. Tiapson
14770 Thrift Avenue
White nock, B.C.
Dear Mr. linpson:
We would very much like to utilise your services this cooing
season on the "Princess Patricia."
Kindly advise this office if you will be available.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Managsr,
B.C.C.S.S,
HLH/jb
 - 19 -
ARTICLE 23 (Cont'd.)
23.4       Unless by mutual agreement between the authorized
representative of the Guild and the proper Officer of the
Company, seniority shall not be changed after becoming established; that is, by virtue of it being posted for ninety (90)
days without protest.
ARTICLE   2 4
PRO MOT   IONS
24.1 Promotions shall be based on ability, qualifications,
merit and seniority; ability, qualifications and merit being
sufficient, seniority shall prevail.  The Officer of the
Company shall be the judge, subject to appeal.
24.2 Seniority shall be recognized as fully as possible
respecting promotions within the ranks of Masters and new
promotions to the rank of Master, but the Company reserves
the privilege to waive seniority in the case of any such
promotion if considered to be in the best interest of the
Company to do so.
24.3 Should a Master or any Officer not be promoted
in his turn, the authorized representative of the Officer,
shall, upon written request, be furnished with the reasons
thereof in writing.
24.4 Ttfhen a Second Officer has attained seniority to
place him in line for promotion to First Officer and has
sufficient qualifying time to obtain his Master's Certificate,
but has not done so, he shall remain stationary in seniority
until such time as he secures his Master's Certificate,
forfeiting seniority to any Officers who have, during that
time, been promoted over him.  If, however, a Second Officer
has insufficient qualifying time to sit for his Master's
Certificate, he will be allowed to complete his qualifying
time and pass the examination and will be promoted upon
receipt of his Master's Certificate to the position to which
his seniority entitles him, provided such period does not exceed
twelve (12) months.
ARTICLE 25
RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING ENGINEER
OFFICERS' POSITIONS AND PROMOTIONS
4
CHIEF ENGINEERS;
25.1       Seniority shall be recognized as fully as possible
 ... 20
 February 12, 1976
T-76-60
Mr. J. Goschl
1701 East 33rd Avenue
Vancouver, B.C.
Deer Mr. Goschl:
We would very auch like to utilise your services this costing
season on the "Princess Patricia."
Kindly advise this office if you will be available.
Yours truly,
J* YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 - 19 -
ARTICLE 23 (Cont'd.)
23.4       Unless by mutual agreement between the authorized
representative of the Guild and the proper Officer of the
Company, seniority shall not be changed after becoming established; that is, by virtue of it being posted for ninety (90)
days without protest.
ARTICLE   24
PROMPT   IONS
24.1 Promotions shall be based on ability, qualifications,
merit and seniority; ability, qualifications and merit being
sufficient, seniority shall prevail.  The Officer of the
Company shall be the judge, subject to appeal.
24.2 Seniority shall be recognized as fully as possible
respecting px-omotiens within the ranks of Masters and new
promotions to the rank of Master, but the Company reserves
the privilege to waive seniority in the case of any such
promotion if considered to bo in the best interest of the
Company to do so.
24.3 Should a Master or any Officer not be promoted
in hie turn, the authorized representative of the Officer,
shall, upon written request, be furnished with the reasons
thereof in writing*
24.4 When a Second Officer has attained seniority to
place him in line for promotion to First Officer and has
sufficient qualifying time to obtain his Master's Certificate,
but has rot done so, he shall remain stationary in seniority
until such time as he secures his Master's Certificate,
forfeiting seniority to any Officers who have, during that
time, been promoted over him.  If, however, a Second Officer
has insufficient qualifying time to sit for his Master's
Certificate, he will be allowed to complete his qualifying
time and pass the examination and will be promoted upon
receipt of his Master's Certificate to the position to which
his seniority entitles him, provided such period does not exceed
twelve (12) months.
ARTICLE 2 5
RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING ENGINEER
OFFICERS' POSITIONS AND PROMOTIONS
CHIEF ENGINEERS;
23.1       Seniority shall be recognized as fully as possible
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TELEX                                                               VANCOUVER,  B.C.,  FEB.  11/76
*>
B.D.  MARGETTS           01-20365
MOOTREAL.   QUE.
FEB 9/76 A 40/6.4 C 200/.6  E 73/.4 F  130/8.1 G 100/8.3
J  .6 K 24.4                  BCC-35
J. YATES
MANAGER,   BCCSS
GWM'BE
 VANCOUVER, February 11, 1976.
J. Yates
Mr* J,D, Broaley
Vancouver, B.C.
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REi     TRANSPORT CANADA    FILE 9502-2C.   JAN*. 14/76
Enclosed is copy of MOT questionnaire, on mhidh ma have
inserted our opinions and reeoia&endetions, pertaining to
proposed establishment of regulations for handling of
rail cars afloat.
I would appreciate your coraraents end any input to the
questionnaire you way consider relevant, prior to v»y
forwarding it to MOT.    Mr. Cairns, Marine Superintendent,
BCCSS,  is available for discussions, should you feel sane
are necessary.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
ANC'BB
cc.    Mr. a.D. Margetts
Montreal, Qua.
 Insofar as the request that Union Members should not
be required to work with non-union help we would respectfully
point out that there are certain classifications of employees
in the British Columbia Coast Steamship Service who are
unorganized and the Union's demand is therefore a discriminatory
one.  In addition, the effect of such a demand would be to give
the Union the force of a secondary boycott.  It is obvious that
if the Company is to take advantage of the competitive market
in which it buys goods and services, it cannot be restricted
only to unionized firms.
In respect of the request that Union members not be
required to accept hot goods or services, the Board's
attention is respectfully drawn to the fact that under the
Railway Act and its Charter, Canadian Pacific has a duty to
the public to receive, carry and deliver all traffic without
delay.  The right of users of the Railway to receive services
from Canadian Pacific is an enforceable legal right, and if
such service is denied without due cause damages may be
assessed against the Company.
In this connection, the Company draws attention to
certain actions of the Railway Act as follows:-
"Section 315 (1) (c).  The Company shall,
according to its powers, without delay, and
with due care and diligence, receive, carry
and deliver all such traffic."
 February 11,  1976.
File No.  76.CHA.529.S.
Mr* Wilbur B. Thompson
Lot 39
Sea Bird Mobile Home Park
Poulsbo, Washington 98370.
Dear wlbt
Than* you kindly for the copy of the Nile publication,
in which the "Xanadu" cruise was advertised.
We certainly hope the Shrine has an enjoyable trip,
and have written Mr. Kercheval accordingly, at the
same time reminding him of the availability of the
"Fat" should there be any change in their plans,
which at this date we doubt very much.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C,
RRR'BB
 10. m
Insofar as the request that Union Members should not
be required to work with non-union help we would respectfully
point out that there are certain classifications of employees
in the British Columbia Coast Steamship Service who are
unorganized and the Union's demand is therefore a discriminatory
one.  In addition, the effect of such a demand would be to give
the Union the force of a secondary boycott.  It is obvious that
if the Company is to take advantage of the competitive market
in which it buys goods and services, it cannot be restricted
only to unionized firms.
In respect of the request that Union members not be
required to accept hot goods or services, the Board's
attention is respectfully drawn to the fact that under the
Railway Act and its Charter, Canadian Pacific has a duty to
the public to receive, carry and deliver all traffic without
delay.  The right of users of the Railway to receive services
from Canadian Pacific is an enforceable legal right, and if
such service is denied without due cause damages may be
assessed against the Company.
In this connection, the Company draws attention to
certain actions of the Railway Act as follows:-
"Section 315 (1) (c).  The Company shall,
according to its powers, without delay, and
with due care and diligence, receive, carry
and deliver all such traffic."
 February 11, 1976*
File NO. 76.ALA.055.GSN.
Mr* Frank G. Downey, Manager
Passenger mtee  & ervice
Whit a  Pass t* Yukon Route
P.O. Sex 2147
Seattle* 'Washington 98111.
Dear Frankt
For your guidance in respect of tour parties to be
handled by the "Princess Patricia" during the 1976
season, we arm attaching copy of list of same, and
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vised Bob Vaughan.
Your* very truly.
RJR. REID
Asst* Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR,BB
co*    Mr* <7*R* Vaughan
P.O. Boat 43S
skagway* Alaska 99840*
 10. 0
Insofar as the request that Union Members should not
be required to work with non-union help we would respectfully
point out that there are certain classifications of employees
in the British Columbia Coast Steamship Service who are
unorganized and the Union's demand is therefore a discriminatory
one.  In addition, the effect of such a demand would be to give
the Union the force of a secondary boycott.  It is obvious that
if the Company is to take advantage of the competitive market
in which it buys goods and services, it cannot be restricted
only to unionized firms.
In respect of the request that Union members not be
required to accept hot goods or services, the Board's
attention is respectfully drawn to the fact that under the
Railway Act and its Charter, Canadian Pacific has a duty to
the public to receive, carry and deliver all traffic without
delay.  The right of users of the Railway to receive services
from Canadian Pacific is an enforceable legal right, and if
such service is denied without due cause damages may be
assessed against the Company.
In this connection, the Company draws attention to
certain actions of the Railway Act as follows:-
"Section 315 (1) (c).  The Company shall,
according to its powers, without delay, and
with due care and diligence, receive, carry
and deliver all such traffic."
 February 11, 1976.
File No. frV76*69
Mr. Fred s* Colthorpe
Director, Tourist Accommodation
Department of Travel Industry
1019  Lflharf Street
Victoria*-. B.C. ,'-
V8W   2:2
Dear Mr* Colthorpai
Thank you kindly for forwarding to us a copy of the
1976 British Columbia Tourist Directory (green book),
with the inclusion of our CP Ferries schedules on
Page 13* which are correct.
Yours very truly.
8* YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
V. r' r
 10, m
Insofar as the request that Union Members should not
be required to work with non-union help we would respectfully
point out that there are certain classifications of employees
in the British Columbia Coast Steamship Service who are
unorganized and the Union's demand is therefore a discriminatory
one.  In addition, the effect of such a demand would be to give
the Union the force of a secondary boycott.  It is obvious that
if the Company is to take advantage of the competitive market
in which it buys goods and services, it cannot be restricted
only to unionized firms.
In respect of the request that Union members not be
required to accept hot goods or services, the Board's
attention is respectfully drawn to the fact that under the
Railway Act and its Charter, Canadian Pacific has a duty to
the public to receive, carry and deliver all traffic without
delay.  The right of users of the Railway to receive services
from Canadian Pacific is an enforceable legal right, and if
such service is denied without due cause damages may be
assessed against the Company.
In this connection, the Company draws attention to
certain actions of the Railway Act as follows:-
"Section 315 (l) (c).  The Company shall,
according to its powers, without delay, and
with due care and diligence, receive, carry
and deliver all such traffic."
 February 11, 1976.
File No. 76.ALA.521.E.
Mr* Carl V. Ehrke
P.O. Box 571
Terminal "A"
Toronto, Ontario.
M5W 1B4
Dear Mr. Ehrket
Thank you kindly for your letter of February 4th
with reference to our Alaska cruise vessel, the
TEV "Prineees Patricia."
We sincerely regret to advise that we do not embark
passengers southbound from Prince Rupert under any
circumstances.
Sorry we cannot be of assistance to you in this
respect, but perhaps at sometime in the future you
may consider taking a full Alaska cruise.
With best wishes.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 10. 0
Insofar as the request that Union Members should not
be required to work with non-union help we would respectfully
point out that there are certain classifications of employees
in the British Columbia Coast Steamship Service who are
unorganized and the Union's demand is therefore a discriminatory
one.  In addition, the effect of such a demand would be to give
the Union the force of a secondary boycott.  It is obvious that
if the Company is to take advantage of the competitive market
in which it buys goods and services, it cannot be restricted
only to unionized firms.
In respect of the request that Union members not be
required to accept hot goods or services, the Board's
attention is respectfully drawn to the fact that under the
Railway Act and its Charter, Canadian Pacific has a duty to
the public to receive, carry and deliver all traffic without
delay.  The right of users of the Railway to receive services
from Canadian Pacific is an enforceable legal right, and if
such service is denied without due cause damages may be
assessed against the Company.
In this connection, the Company draws attention to
certain actions of the Railway Act as follows:-
"Section 315 (1) (c).  The Company shall,
according to its powers, without delay, and
with due care and diligence, receive, carry
and deliver all such traffic."
 VANCOUVER, February 11, 1976.        Filei  563
J* Yates
Mr. J.G. Shave
Vancouver, B.C.
With reference to your letter of February 6th, File 2220,
enclosing the newspaper article on "Tour Prince Rupert
Harbour.*
There currently is a harbour cruise available in Prince
Rupert, on which information is available from the
Purser*s office for anyone interested in just a harbour
cruise, or in fishing. The difficulty we have experienced
in the past is whether or not fishing is good at the time
a pass eager is travelling on the "Patricia." It has
happened on numerous occasions that passengers have booked
in advance and then been disappointed? therefore, when
anyone inquires regarding fishing, we pass the request
along to the Purser, who, after the ship is under way,
contacts our representative at the port concerned for
information on whether or not fishing is good, with
necessary arrangements being made if the charterer feels
he can give a customer a good run. More often than not,
the charterer will decline, from the viewpoint that hfe
knows fishing is not good. This matter, therefore, is
usually played by ear.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 lO.f
Insofar as the request that Union Members should not
be required to work with non-union help we would respectfully
point out that there are certain classifications of employees
in the British Columbia Coast Steamship Service who are
unorganized and the Union's demand is therefore a discriminatory
one.  In addition, the effect of such a demand would be to give
the Union the force of a secondary boycott.  It is obvious that
if the Company is to take advantage of the competitive market
in which it buys goods and services, it cannot be restricted
only to unionized firms.
In respect of the request that Union members not be
required to accept hot goods or services, the Board's
attention is respectfully drawn to the fact that under the
Railway Act and its Charter, Canadian Pacific has a duty to
the public to receive, carry and deliver all traffic without
delay.  The right of users of the Railway to receive services
from Canadian Pacific is an enforceable legal right, and if
such service is denied without due cause damages may be
assessed against the Company.
In this connection, the Company draws attention to
certain actions of the Railway Act as follows:-
"Section 315 (1) (c).  The Company shall,
according to its powers, without delay, and
with due care and diligence, receive, carry
and deliver all such traffic."
 February 11, 1976.
File No. 76.ALA. 521.7.K.
Mrs* Jane Kaldma
Travel Consultant
Clare Millar Travel Agency Ltd.
108 King street North
Waterloo, Ontario*
N2J 2X6
Dear Mrs. Kaldmas
Thank you kindly for your letter dated February 3rd
respecting the ^'Princess Patricia" Alaska cruise
season.
We regret to advise that our allotment of Agency
bookings has been filled, and at the present time we
arc unable to accept any further requests for accommodation. Should there be any cancellations we
will certainly keep you in mind, and will contact
you in the event you are still able to travel on
July 18th.
If you are in Vancouver at any time* to coincide
with a departure date of the "Prinuee& Patricia,"
we would be most happy to show you over the vessel*
Wishing you a very successful 1976 season.
Yours very truly*
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 10.
'Insofar as the request that Union Members should not
be required to work with non-union help we would respectfully
point out that there are certain classifications of employees
in the British Columbia Coast Steamship Service who are
unorganized and the Union's demand is therefore a discriminatory
one.  In addition, the effect of such a demand would be to give
the Union the force of a secondary boycott.  It is obvious that
if the Company is to take advantage of the competitive market
in which it buys goods and services, it cannot be restricted
only to unionized firms.
In respect of the request that Union members not be
required to accept hot goods or services, the Board's
attention is respectfully drawn to the fact that under the
Railway Act and its Charter, Canadian Pacific has a duty to
the public to receive, carry and deliver all traffic without
delay.  The right of users of the Railway to receive services
from Canadian Pacific is an enforceable legal right, and if
such service is denied without due cause damages may be
assessed against the Company.
In this connection, the Company draws attention to
certain actions of the Railway Act as follows:-
"Section 315 (1) (c).  The Company shall,
according to its powers, without delay, and
with due care and diligence, receive, carry
and deliver all such traffic."
 February 11* 1976,
File No. 652
Mr. R.G. Gascoyne
Assistant City Engineer, Traffic
City Engineering Department
City Hall, 453 West 12th Ave*
Vancouver, B.C.
V5Y 1V4
AttentionI , fiU ttfe^sstl Kit* Is** JUsU
Dear sin
This has reference to your letter of September
23rd, to which photostat of your original letter
of May 27, 1975 was attached, respecting the
placing of CP Ferries signs in the Bastings and
Burrard location in downtown Vancouver*
This matter had been held in abeyance pending re-
view of our departmental economy, and with the
turn of the year it has been decided not to go
ahead with this feature because of the economic
climate at the present time.
We appreciate greatly your consideration of our
request and the time spent by your Department in
respect of the arrangements for the placement of
signs as originally Intended.
Yours very truly*
J. YATES
Manager* B.C.C.S.S*
RRR'BB
 CP RAIL
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
TRUCK & TRAILER SERVICE TO VANCOUVER ISLAND
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
"Princess of Vancouver"
3 Round Trips Daily:
"Carrier Princess"
1 Round Trip
Tpes. through Fri.
1  (Winter;
1 Round Trip Daily
June to September
BARGES
"Seaspan Doris"
1 Round Trip Daily
ekce t Saturday
ex Vanoouver
ex Nanaimo
0^00i 1200, 2000
0300, 1600, 2400
Voyage Time
Height Restriction
ex Vancouver   1000
ex Nanaimo     1330
ex Vancouver   1000
ex Nanaimo     1330
Voyage Time -  2 hours
No Height Restrictions
2| hours
,16 feet
ex Vancouver   230j
ex Nanaimo    0500
Voyage Time    3\  hours
Height Restrictions 17 feet
Truck drivers cannot accompany their
vehicles unless special arrangements
made.
^Dangerous cargo carried on sailings.
HOSTLING - Trucks & Trailers
VANCOUVER $6.00 per unit.
NANAIMO
Mobile Homes
Consignee responsible - Arrangements can
be made with FACTO"'/ - $6.7$ per unit.
$11.00 per unit loaded or unloaded Vancouver & Nanaimo.
 VANCOUVER, February 11, 1976.       Filei T-76-1010-A
J. Yates
Master
"Princess of Vancouver"
On completion of discharge at A-3, 1100 Saturday, February
14th, you will depart with Capt. Petersen embarked, to
swing compasses in Vancouver Barbour, and on completion
proceed to layover berth for scheduled maintenance.
(Circular #75-16, December 31/75 refers*)
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
ANC'BB
cc.  Chief Engineer )
Purser       ) "Princess of Vancouver"
Chief steward )
Harbour Master, 520 Granville Square, Vancouver.
Mr. H. Olsen, Vancouver.
Mr. T. King,      "
 10'0
Insofar as the request that Union Members should not
be required to work with non-union help we would respectfully
point out that there are certain classifications of employees
in the British Columbia Coast Steamship Service who are
unorganized and the Union's demand is therefore a discriminatory
one.  In addition, the effect of such a demand would be to give
the Union the force of a secondary boycott.  It is obvious that
if the Company is to take advantage of the competitive market
in which it buys goods and services, it cannot be restricted
only to unionized firms.
In respect of the request that Union members not be
required to accept hot goods or services, the Board's
attention is respectfully drawn to the fact that under the
Railway Act and its Charter, Canadian Pacific has a duty to
the public to receive, carry and deliver all traffic without
delay.  The right of users of the Railway to receive services
from Canadian Pacific is an enforceable legal right, and if
such service is denied without due cause damages may be
assessed against the Company.
In this connection, the Company draws attention to
certain actions of the Railway Act as follows:-
"Section 315 (1) (c).  The Company shall,
according to its powers, without delay, and
with due care and diligence, receive, carry
and deliver all such traffic."
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February 11, 1976.
File No. T«-76-l0
Mr. Leonard C. Laurence, President
Alaska Pacific Marine, Inc.     }
P.O. Box noe
Ketchikan, Alaska 99901*
Dear Lent
Thank you kindly for your letter of January 27th,
and accept the charges specified In your letter
for the 1976 season for representation of B.C.C.S.S*
in Ketchikan, Juneau* and Alaska in general, in the
amount of $250.00 per voyage.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager,   B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
■.
y.;
 - 2 -
RATES
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Unaccompanied autos, %-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity to 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity over 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
$18.Q0
$22.00
$30.Q0
$20.Qp
(5)  Boat Trailers, Bogies
$1
.45 per ft
min. $10^00.
(6) Commercial Freight Trailers
35 feet
40 feet
45 feet
Overwidth - $.
Overhang - $1
- $51.00
- $55.Qp
- $60.qp
20 per ;ft.
.45 " 7"
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
i
•
Trurfrs              UP to 20 feet
$34.00
21-26 feet
42. Op
27-31
ii
45.00
32-36
ii
51.00
37-41
ii
55.da
42-45
ii
60.00
50 feet
67.25
55
74.5P
60
-\
81.7$
Units                  41 feet
SB
$55.00 +
$1.45 per foot
?■''.
50  "
=
68.05
;";
55  "
=
75.30
i ■:
60  "
rr
82.55
}  ;
65  "
=
89.80
f  -
70  "
=
97.05
 V:-  ..
February 11, 1976.
File No. T~?6r-10
Mr. N.L. Teague .     y.
City Manager
City of Ketchikan
P.O. Box 1110
Ketchikan, Alaska 99901,.
Dear Mr .tfeaguet,... -
Thank you kindly for your letter of January    27th»
.■with"which .you^enclosed mnf^iamm^ia*%' of TPrirtcese. -
Patricia* berthings for the 1976 season.
Will you please cancel the last sailing, October ..
8th*
Wishing you every success throughout 1976,
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
cc*    Mr* Leonard c. Laurence, President
Alaska Pacific Marine,  Inc.
P.O. Box 1108
Kfctchikan, Alaska 99901.
 - 2 -
RATES
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Unaccompanied autos, %-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity to 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity over 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
$18.Q0
$22.qo
$30.Qp
$20.Op
(5)     Boat Trailers,   Bog
ies
$1.45 per ft.
min.  $10.00.
(6)    Commercial Freight
Trailers
35 feet - $51.QP
40 feet -  $55.Qp
45  feet - $60.qp
Overwidth - $.20 per ft.
Overhang    - $1.45  "   f"
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
TriJLakJL                             Up to 20 feet
$34.Qp
21-26 feet
42. qp
)
27-31
ii
45. qp
32-36
ii
51. dp
37-41
H
55. qp
42-45
ii
60. qp
50  feet
67.^5
55
74.5p
60
81.76
Units
41 feet
m
$55.
.00  +
$1.45 per foot
50     "
m
68.
,05
55     "
=
75.
,30
f ■..■'
60     "
m
82
.55
A
65     "
=s
?9.
.80
ar
70     "
;_
97.
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 CPRail
Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
H
DATE:
FILE:  75.529.
Thank you for your inquiry regarding a Special Party on
board the "Princess of Vancouver."
We are pleased to advise you of the following arrangements that are available for Dance Parties and other
groups:
EVENING SCHEDULE: -
Lv.
Vancouver
-
2000
Ar.
Nanaimo
-
2230
Lv.
Nanaimo
—
2400
Ar.
Vancouver
-
0230
Due to the volume of regular weekend traffic, this service is not available on Friday evenings during July and
August, but groups not exceeding 50 persons will be accepted on Friday evenings during May, June and September.
MUSIC: - Either live or tape deck is recommended and is
the responsibility of the Organizer. P.A. system
is not available.
COST:  - Applicable to groups between 25-100 only, except
as shown above on Friday evening cruises.  Per
capita cost shown below includes Passage and
Meal service indicated:
NO. IN
PARTY
25-100
RATE PER
PERSON
INCLUSIVE MEAL SERVICE - MENU
"A" $10.00  Juice, Roast Beef, Dessert & Beverage
"B" $10.00  Juice, Roast Turkey, Dessert & Beverage
(Meal Service Provided in the Cafeteria.)
Meal service will be under the direction of the
Chief Steward of the "Princess of Vancouver,"
who will endeavour to seat groups together where-
ever possible.
 >•'
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BAR SERVICE
Available for parties where entire group is 19 years of
age and over only.  (See - Available Area - Information.)
NO. IN PARTY COST OF DRINKS
25-100 $1.00 each
Mixers Included
Group Committee will be responsible for selling Drink tickets
to their party members only, and will settle with Purser,
"Princess of Vancouver" as soon as Bar closes and prior to
disembarking from the vessel.  Bar tickets will be supplied
for Committee's use by the Purser. Unused tickets are not
refundable by SJhip's Officers.
AREA AVAILABLE FOR EXCLUSIVE USE
Please see accommodation diagram attached.  "Observation
Room" on Upper Deck immediately aft of "Princess Room"
can be made available for your exclusive use.  Entrance
is from either port or starboard decks.
PARKING
Will be under the direction of the Constable or Sergeant
on duty at Pier A-3. Parking cannot be guaranteed on
Company property; therefore, we suggest that cars should
carry maximum number of persons for the group, to keep
parking requirements at a minimum.
For further information, and for Committees wishing to
arrange inspection of the "Princess of Vancouver" Mondays
through Fridays at 1030, please telephone 665-2507.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Service
End.
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 VANCOUVER, February 11, 1976 File:  164
J*  Yates
Mr. W.W. Martin
Vancouver
Your letter of February 10, 1976, file PA 175601-A, further concerning
claim that temperature controls on Delryland reefer trailer were
tampered with.
It is understood by all shippers who handle refrigerated trailers that
such units oust travel on our vessels with the refrigerator motor shut
off. As previously advised, if a trailer is spotted aboard with the
reefer motor running, our hostler does switch it off but the responsibility
for re-starting the unit is entirely the shippers*
tar. Smith'e remarks concerning the variation in temperature settings
are noted but we ara not responsible for checking these. It is not
possible that they were accidentally re-adjusted by our hostler because
the refrigerator motor is activated by a button control. The on/off
mechanism is not incorporated with tha temperature control as it is,
for instance, in a house thermostat.
We certainly have no record of anyone tampering with the temperature
setting and the fact that Delryland has now seen fit to apply a
locking device to this control for the purpose of protecting their
shipment would seem to indicate some acceptance of responsibility on
their part. Failure to do so would make their shipments very vulnerable
to spoilage, under any circumstances*
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 February 11, 1976
FileJ T-76-40
Mr. Frank Blehl
826 Shamrock
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Mr* Blehl:
Thank you for your letter of February 5, 1976, in which you
express interest in employment on our vessels*
It is only fair to advise you that we axe giving sons thought
to drastically reducing the number of "students" we hire next
season* This is due to the fact that they all return to school
or university some four weeks before the end of our "season."
Last year we lost 23 "student" employees in one week along from
the Steward's Department and the effect of bringing in 23 inexperienced and untried people late in the season can well be imagined.
It was only by tremendous additional effort end tolerance on the
part of those remaining thet we were able to ua intain the quality
of service to our paying passengers* This is to say nothing of
the additional strain imposed on our office services in obtaining
and documenting this many new staff*
Your letter will receive consideration but preference will be
given to applicants who undertake to serve until tha ship finally
ties up around October 2.
Perhaps you will be kind enough to advise if you can meet this
requirement.
Yours truly,
J* YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
J
 February il, 1976
Filet 455095
Mr* H. David Larson
#3—1609 Victoria Div.
Vancouver 12, B.C.
-. .
Dear Mr* Larson:
Reference to telephone conversation with this office data
concerning refund of pension contributions*
In cheeking your personal file, we found that Form P.F.35
(Application for Refund of Pension Contributions) was not
signed and submitted at the time of your resignation* Therefore,
please sign the enclosed forms where indicated by pencilled "X"
end return to this office for processing.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 H L Thompson
Manager
Marine Operations
CPRail
Marine Department - Pier "8" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
B
DATE:
FILE NO:
Thank you for your inquiry of
We are pleased to enclose copy of our Alaska brochure by which you will note the
"Princess Patricia" operates on a round trip cruise basis only and that we do not
book one-way traffic unless accommodation is available closer to sailing, nor does
this vessel handle automobiles.
We would suggest, therefore, that you contact the Northland Navigation Co.,
2285 Commissioner St., Vancouver, B.C., who operate a service fron Vancouver
to Prince Rupert, B.C., and from this latter port the Alaska State Ferries have a
service to Alaska ports, such as Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau,
Haines and Skagway.  They also have a service from Seattle direct to these portsf
They are located at Pier 48, Alaskan Way, Seattle, Wash., 98104, telephone
206-623-1970.
We regret we are unable to be of assistance to you at this time.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Service
:mo
 •February 11, 1976
Files T-76-1010-A
££DA Amusements
1777 Venables Street
Vancouver, B.C.
Dmax Sirs:
For your information the following is an excerpt from our
Investigation's Department report covering patrol on the 0400
sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" on February 3, 1976*
"Prior to sailing it was reported the Ping Pong Machine,
located in the aft lounge on "c" deck had been tampered
with. Examination showed the door housing the starting
mechanism had been apparently kicked. As a result the
money box was exposed. The monies was turned in to the
Purser's Office. Entry to the machine appeared not be
deliberate. When the money deposit mechanism is given
s sharp kick or blow the machine operates with a free
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 H L Thompson
Manager
Marine Operations
CPRall
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
B
DATE:
FILE NO:
Thank you for your inquiry of
We are pleased to enclose copy of our Alaska brochure by which you will note the
"Princess Patricia" operates on a round trip cruise basis only and that we do not
book one-way traffic unless accommodation is available closer to sailing, nor does
this vessel handle automobiles.
We would suggest, therefore, that you contact the Northland Navigation Co.,
2285 Commissioner St., Vancouver, B.C., who operate a service fron Vancouver
to Prince Rupert, B.C., and from this latter port the Alaska State Ferries have a
service to Alaska ports, such as Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau,
Haines and Skagway.  They also have a service from Seattle direct to these ports.
They are located at Pier 48, Alaskan Way, Seattle, Wash., 98104, telephone
206-623-1970.
We regret we are unable to be of assistance to you at this time.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Service
:mo
 VANCOWKR, February 11, 1976
J* Ystas
Mr. P.L. Smith
Able Seaman
PRXKCESS OF VANCOUVER
File: 484486 (I)
It has bean brought to our attention that you have ciaimed Workman's
Compensation for aa injury allegedly sustained while on duty on the
"Princess ef Vancouver."
NS have been asked to submit a report to substantiate your claim but
it appears that you have not reported this injury, aa wa have nothing
www > eV'SWs>^S' 9
tea ma urged to come is to this ofties as soon aa possible and supply
us with full particulars otherwise ws will haws no alternative hut to
advise the Workmen's Compensation Board, through our Claims Department,
that we cannot .Support your claim.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc; Mr. K.N. Ho, 2nd Officer, "Princess of Vancouver"
Mr. W.C. Sylander, General Claims Agent, Vancouver
Your memos of December 18, 1975, and February 10, 1976, file 75/11.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CPRail
\HL Thompson
Marine Departme
1  Manager
1  Marine Operations
DATE:
FILE NO:
Thank you for your inquiry of
We are pleased to enclose copy of our Alaska brochure by which you will note the
"Princess Patricia" operates on a round trip cruise basis only and that we do not
book one-way traffic unless accommodation is available closer to sailing, nor does
this vessel handle automobiles.
We would suggest, therefore, that you contact the Northland Navigation Co.,
2285 Commissioner St., Vancouver, B.C., who operate a service fron Vancouver
to prince Rupert, B.C., and from this latter port the Alaska State Ferries have a
service to Alaska ports, such as Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau,
Haines and Skagway.  They also have a service from Seattle direct to these ports.
They are located at Pier 48, Alaskan Way, Seattle, Wash., 98104, telephone
206-623-1970.
We regret we are unable to be of assistance to you at this time.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Service
:mo
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VANCOUVER, January 7, 1976
J, Yates
Mr. A. McDermott
Montreal
File: 336
Reference your letter December 30, 1975, concerning utilisation
of vessels for 1975.
The following vessels end barges were in service during 1975, with
the exception of the dates shown:
OUT OT SMCfi
January 20 - January 25
December 25 - 26
May 12 - 14
April 15-16
July 19 - December 31 Inclusive
MIL
"Princess of Vancouver"
"Trailer Princess"
"Carrier Princess"
"Haida Transporter"
"Seaspan Doris"
Additional vessel chartered in 1975 waa the "Incan St. Laurent",
which waa in continuous service from June 7 to October 3 inclusive,
and is presently "laid up."
Other chartered barges used between Vancouver and James Island as follows:
January 7, 14
February 4, 11, 18
March 4, 20
April 1, 8, 15, 22, 30
May 9, 13, 26
June 5, 10, 18, 24
July 3, 15, 17, 23, 31
Auguet 7, 14, 21
September 4, 11, 18, 25
October 9, 16, 23, 30
November 8, 20, 28
December 2, 9, 16
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
HLH/jb
A
 H L Thompson
Manager
Marine Operations
Marine Department - Pier "6" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
H
DATE:
FILE NO:
Thank you for your inquiry of
We are pleased to enclose copy of our Alaska brochure by which you will note the
"Princess Patricia" operates on a round trip cruise basis only and that we do not
book one-way traffic unless accommodation is available closer to sailing, nor does
this vessel handle automobiles.
We would suggest, therefore, that you contact the Northland Navigation Co.,
2285 Commissioner St., Vancouver, B.C., who operate a service fron Vancouver
to Prince Rupert, B.C., and from this latter port the Alaska State Ferries have a
service to Alaska ports, such as Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau,
Haines and Skagway.  They also have a service from Seattle direct to these ports.
They are located at Pier 48, Alaskan Way, Seattle, Wash., 98104, telephone
206-623-1970.
We regret we are unable to be of assistance to you at this time.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Service
:mo
 "EECISTERED"
February 11, 1976
Filet 424464
Mr* A* Taylor
#507—1210 Jervis Street
Vancouver, B*C9
Dear Mr. Taylor:
On January 18, 1976, wa ssat you a registered latter asking you
to got is touch with this office immediately and explain why you
have not y»t reported for duty. To data we have not been advised.
Please take note that unless you report for duty on tha "Princess
of Vancouver** within seven (?) calendar days you shall be considered
out of service and your record will be closed. This is in accordance
with Article 25.5 of tha Collective Agreement.
Yours truly,
o>       miMMa
J* YATES,
B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr* J*A* Footer, c/o Chief Steward, "Princess of Vancouver"
Mr. R. Welch, General Chairman,
B.R.A.S.C.,
401 Dominion Bank Building,
207 West Hastings Street,
Vancouver, B.C.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 IL Thompson
Manager
Marine Operations
CPRall
Marine Department-Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C2R3
H
DATE:
FILE NO:
Thank you for your inquiry of
We are pleased to enclose copy of our Alaska brochure by which you will note the
"Princess Patricia" operates on a round trip cruise basis only and that we do not
book one-way traffic unless accommodation is available closer to sailing, nor does
this vessel handle automobiles.
We would suggest, therefore, that you contact the Northland Navigation Co.,
2285 Commissioner St., Vancouver, B.C., who operate a service fron Vancouver
to Prince Rupert, B.C., and from this latter port the Alaska State Ferries have a
service to Alaska ports, such as Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau,
Haines and Skagway.  They also have a service from Seattle direct to these ports.
They are located at Pier 48, Alaskan Way, Seattle, Wash., 98104, telephone
206-623-1970.
We regret we are 'unable to be of assistance to you at this time.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Service
:mo
 February 11, 1976
File: T-76-40
Ms. Carol Tusang
14 Avon Road
Ceneseo, New York  14454
0* 8. A*
Dear Ms. Tusangt
'
Thank you for your latter expressing interest in working on our
cruise vessel*       .
\ , :■ A       .•   ■        "  " "
Before considering your application, it will be necessary to.
know whether you are a Canadian citicen or have landed immigrant
status* All of our vessels are Canadian regiatared and similarly
to United States' registered vessels, the Shipping Act does not
allow us to employ aliens.
Sorry we cannot be of more help at this time but suggest you contact
one of tha larger American shipping companies. We hope you sre
eventually successful in obtaining the kind of employment you ara
seeking.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CPRail
H L Thompson
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, £
1 Manager
Marine Operations
DATE:
s.
FILE NO:
B
Thank you for your inquiry of
We are pleased to enclose copy of our Alaska brochure by which you will note the
"Princess Patricia" operates on a round trip cruise basis only and that we do not
book one-way traffic unless accommodation is available closer to sailing, nor does
this vessel handle automobiles.
We would suggest, therefore, that you contact the Northland Navigation Co.,
2285 Commissioner St., Vancouver, B.C., who operate a service fron Vancouver
to Prince Rupert, B.C., and from this latter port the Alaska State Ferries have a
service to Alaska ports, such as Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau,
Haines and Skagway.  They also have a service from Seattle direct to these ports.
They are located at Pier 48, Alaskan Way, Seattle, Wash., 98104, telephone
206-623-1970.
We regret we are unable to be of assistance to you at this time.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Service
:mo
 February 11, 1976
Filet T-76-40
Mr. R. Ratra
e/o K..V. Thadaney
100 Parkway Forest Drive
Apt. #1801
Willowdale, Ontario
M2J IL6
Dear Mr. Ratra:
With reference to your letter of January 18, 1976, in which
you enquire ae to the possibility of employment with this Company.
While there is no doubt that you appear to be well qualified, I
have to advise thet at present we have more than our full complement of ship's officers snd from what wa can see of the future this
picture is not likely to change for sometime.
Many thanks, however, for your interest in Canadian Pacific and
wa hope you are successful in obtaining suitable employment in
this country.
Tours truly.
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CPRail Ted
l L Thompson Marine Department - Pier "8" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3 Bkw3
Manager
Marine Operations
DATE:
FILE NO:
Thank you for your inquiry of
We are pleased to enclose copy of our Alaska brochure by which you will note the
"Princess Patricia" operates on a round trip cruise basis only and that we do not
book one-way traffic unless accommodation is available closer to sailing, nor does
this vessel handle automobiles.
We would suggest, therefore, that you contact the Northland Navigation Co.,
2285 Commissioner St., Vancouver, B.C., who operate a service fron Vancouver
to Prince Rupert, B.C., and from this latter port the Alaska State Ferries have a
service to Alaska ports, such as Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau,
Haines and Skagway.  They also have a service from Seattle direct to these ports.
They are located at Pier 48, Alaskan Way, Seattle, Wash., 98104, telephone
206-623-1970.
We regret we are unable to be of assistance to you  at this time.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Service
:mo
 February 11, 1976
Filej T-76-40
Miss Evelyn Siese
Cowicban Bay Road
Cowlehan spy, B.C.
Dear Miss Siese:
With reference to your letter dated February 4, 1976, ia which
you express interest in the position of kitchen helper aboard
our vessels.
I regret to advise thet we have no openings of this nature at
the present time. Occasionally, we have vacancies on tha "Princess
of Vancouver" for Coffee Room Assistants but we are afraid this
would not give you an opportunity to pursue your Cook's career.
Coffea Room Assistants merely clean the cafeteria and attend the
counter (among other duties) but if you sre interested, please
advise and we will give your application further consideration.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 H L Thompson
Manager
Marine Operations
CPRail
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
B
DATE:
FILE NO:
Thank you for your inquiry of
We are pleased to enclose copy of our Alaska brochure by which you will note the
"Princess Patricia" operates on a round trip cruise basis only and that we do not
book one-way traffic unless accommodation is available closer to sailing, nor does
this vessel handle automobiles.
We would suggest, therefore, that you contact the Northland Navigation Co.,
2285 Commissioner St., Vancouver, B.C., who operate a service fron Vancouver
to Prince Rupert, B.C., and from this latter port the Alaska State Ferries have a
service to Alaska ports, such as Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau,
Haines and Skagway.  They also have a service from Seattle direct to these ports.
They are located at Pier 48, Alaskan Way, Seattle, Wash., 98104, telephone
206-623-1970.
We regret we are unable to be of assistance to you at this time.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Service
:mo
 TELEX
VANCOUVER, B.C., FEB. 10/76
B.D. MARGETTS
MONTREAL, QUE,
01-20365
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J. YATES
MANAGER, BCCSS
GWM'BB
JULHHP m MASSED Ai
SS2sa?rJb.ccs.s
j6S2Li^?na<3e»'/ B.C.C.S.S.
teifine Superintendent
Sup dent Engineer
Col 0Q^eDl
Terminal Si tendent
^ Departmental Analyst
Office Monar/gr
Accountant
 VANCOUVER, February 10, 1976.
M.W. Holland
Mr. R.R* Reid
Vancouver, B*C«
Would you kindly provide B.D. Margetts with e summary
report of planned changes in decor (motif) on board the
"Vet*"
Thia ia a subject that has been in minutes of past meetings, and it keeps popping up. The input was to be from
Mr. Burchill and Mr. oisen.
A short written word to Montreal would suffice.
Controller
Coastal Marine Operations
MWH'BB
 CP RAIL
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
TRUCK & TRAILER SERVICE TO VANCOUVER ISLAND
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
■ ■  I ■l-l..—.. ■- •** ■. i. I,..—.. I.  —  I..     W  I ■-
"Princess of Vancouver"
3 Round Trips Laily:
"Carrier Princess"
——in "!■■■■■■ i.i  ■Jim—■ «i-i       ■■■■- —— i "■ mm
1  Round Trip
Tues. through Fri.
J  (Winter)
1  Round Trip Daily
June to September
BARGES-
"Seaspan Doris"
1 Round Trip Daily
exce t Saturday
ex Vanoouver
ex Nanaimo
0400;
0800,
1200, 2000
1600, 2400
Voyage Time
Height Restriction
2\  hours
16 feet
ex Vancouver
ex Nanaimo
1000
1330
ex Vancouver
ex Nanaimo
1000
1330
Voyage Time -  2 hours
No Height Restrictions
ex Vancouver   230j
ex Nanaimo     0500
Voyage Time    3?  hours
Height Restrictions 17 feet
Truck drivers cannot accompany their
vehicles unless special arrangements
made.
^Dangerous cargo carried on sailings.
HOSTLING - Trucks & Trailers
vancouver
nanaiko
Mobile Homes
$6.00 per unit.
Consignee responsible - Arrangements can
be made with PACTOW - $6.75 per unit.
$11.00 per unit loaded or unloaded Vancouver & Nanaimo.
 VANCOUVER February 10, 1976. Files  351
J* Yates
Mr. G.T. Bates
Vancouver, B.C.
Thank you for your letter of January 30th, File A.104,
dealing with the handling of traffic to and from James
Island.
I appreciate the work that has gone into the studyi however, am sure you will agree that each trip we make adds
to our continuing loss on this route, and would therefore
request an early conclusion to the study.
If there is any assistance we can give, please do not
hesitate to contact me.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JY'BB
cc. Mr. B.D. Margetts
Montreal, Que.
Copy of Mr. Bates1 letter referred to is attached.
Manager, B.c.c.s.s.
 VANCOUVER
CP RAIL
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
TRUCK & TRAILER SERVICE TO VANCOUVER ISLAND
NANAIMO
"Princess of Vancouver"
3; Round Trips Daily:
"Carrier Princess"
1 Round Trip
Tues. through Fri.
(Winter)
1 Round Trip Daily
June to September
BARGES
"Seaspan Doris"
1 Round Trip Daily
exce t Saturday
ex Vanoouver
ex Nanaimo
040A, 1200, 2000
0800. 1600, 2400
Voyage Time 2\  hours
Height Restriction   16 feet
ex Vancouver   1000
ex Nanaimo     1330
ex Vancouver   1000
ex Nanaimo     1330
Voyage Time -  2 hours
No Height Restrictions
ex Vancouver   230j
ex Nanaimo     0500
Voyage Time    3h  hours
Height Restrictions 17 feet
Truck drivers cannot accompany their
vehicles unless special arrangements
made.
♦Dangerous cargo carried on sailings.
HOSTLING - Trucks & Trailers
VANCOUVER
NANAIMO
Mobile Homes
$6.00 per unit.
Consignee responsible - Arrangements can
be made with PACTOw - $6.75 per unit.
$11.00 per unit loaded or unloaded Vancouver & Nanaimo.
 VANCOUVER, February 10, 1976. Filet T-76-69-A
J. Yates
Mr. H. Whitmore
System Supervisor of Passes
Montreal, Que.
B.C. Coast Annual Pass BH 1395 in favour of R.C. Plewes
is returned herewith for cancellation, as Mr. Plewes passed
away November 22, 1975.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
BB
 11.
"Section 319 (3).  No Company shall
(a) make or give any undue or unreasonable
preference or advantage to, or in favour of
any particular person or company, or any
particular description of traffic, in any
respect whatsoever;
(b) by any unreasonable delay or otherwise
howsoever make any difference in treatment
in the receiving, loading, forwarding, unloading or delivery of the goods of a similar
character in favour of or against ny particular
person or company;
(c) subject any particular person, or company,
or any particular description of traffic, to
any undue, or unreasonable prejudice or disadvantage, in any respect whatsoever."
"Section 392.  Any company that, or any person
who, being a director, or officer thereof, or
a receiver, trustee, lessee, agent, or otherwise acting for or employed by such company,
does, causes, or permits to be done, any matter,
act or thing contrary to the provisions of this
or the Special Act, or to the orders, regulations
or directions of the Governor in Council, or of
the Minister, or of the Board, made under this
Act, or omits to do any matter, act or thing,
thereby required to be done on the part of any
such company or person, is, in addition to
being liable to any penalty elsewhere provided,
liable to any person injured by any such act
or omission for the full amount of damages
sustained thereby, and such damages are not
subject to any special limitation except as
expressly provided for by this or any other
Act. "
From the foregoing it follows that the Company must,
in law, require its employees to carry out their duties and
that such employees cannot properly refuse duty without
lawful and justifiable reason.
The Board is strongly urged to deny this demand which
would impose unjustifiable restrictions on the Company's
 February 10, 1976
Filet 470245
Mr. Wayne Brunt
1822 west 35th Avenue
Vancouver, B.C.
V6M 1H4
Dear Mr. Brunt:
Reference yout  letter dated February 7, 1976, concerning refund
ot pension contribution*.
We telexed Montreal Office in this regard and they have today
advised that refund cheque will he mailed in approximately ten
days.
Yours truly,
J. YAXBS,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S-
JB
 H L Thompson
Manager
Marine Operations
CPRail
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
B
DATE:
FILE NO:
Thank you for your inquiry of
We are pleased to enclose copy of our Alaska brochure by which you will note the
"Princess Patricia" operates on a round trip cruise basis only and that we do not
book one-way traffic unless accommodation is available closer to sailing, nor does
this vessel handle automobiles.
We would suggest, therefore, that you contact the Northland Navigation Co.,
2285 Commissioner St., Vancouver, B.C., who operate a service fron Vancouver
to Prince Rupert, B.C., and from this latter port the Alaska State Ferries have a
service to Alaska ports, such as Katchikah, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau,
Haines and Skagway.  They also have a service from Seattle direct to these ports.
They are located at Pier 48, Alaskan Way, Seattle, Wash., 98104, telephone
206-623-1970.
We regret we are unable to be of assistance to you at this time.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Service
:mo
 VANCOUVER, February 10, 1976
J. Yates
Mr. tv. Granger
Manager, Benefits
Montreal
File:  142834
Be; Sidney C. BISHOP, #P«142834. S.I.N. 701-377*806
pate oj #yth: ^fby^yy 9,, m9	
Mr. Bishop has applied for pension,effective May 1, 1976, en
medical grounds and the following documents are eoeloaed:
Completed Fore P.F.37
Completed Form P.F.2
Completed Form X.D.I
Completed Form P.F.10 together with own
doctor's report
Copy of Certificate of Marriage
Copy of wife's Certificate of Birth
Manager, B.CCS.S.
JB
 H L Thompson
Manager
Marine Operations
CPRail
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
B
DATE:
FILE NO:
Thank you for your inquiry of
We are pleased to enclose copy of our Alaska brochure by which you will note the
"Princess Patricia" operates on a round trip cruise basis only and that we do not
book one-way traffic unless accommodation is available closer to sailing, nor does
this vessel handle automobiles.
We would suggest, therefore, that you contact the Northland Navigation Co.,
2285 Commissioner St., Vancouver, B.C., who operate a service fron Vancouver
to Prince Rupert, B.C., and from this latter port the Alaska State Ferries have a
service to Alaska ports, such as Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau,
Haines and Skagway.  They also have a service from Seattle direct to these ports.
They are located at Pier 48, Alaskan Way, Seattle, Wash., 98104, telephone
206-623-1970.
We regret we are unable to be of assistance to you at this time.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Service
:mo
 February 10, 1976
Files 606
Messrs. X. Froese, Vice-President, Johnston Xerminals Ltd., Vancouver
%*a* McGregor, Regional Manager, CF. Transport, Vancouver
P. Bawa, General Manager, Domans Industries, Duncan
W. Blaney, Intercity Express, North Vancouver
I. Grassick, Grassick. Transport Ltd., Victoria
A. Hairs, Mairs Transport Ltd., Fort Coquitlam
M. Singh, Ideal Fuel Transport, Victoria
B. Cherlenko, Commercial Truck Co. Ltd., Fort Coquitlam
General Manager, Arrow Transfer Co., North Vancouver
J. Robinson, General Manager, Campbell River
Dear Sirs:
We have, experienced several disturbing incidents with respect te
double and triple deck movements. Recently a triple deck was parked
after discharge from vessel and driver was winding down the doilies.
Tha centre trailer landing legs went through the deck of the bottom
trailer and the top trailer toppled over and came down on its side
where the driver was cranking down landing legs. Luckily, he had
time to roll under the bottom trailer and so avoided being struck and
killed.
Our main concern is danger to ship's eraw and hostling drivers from
trailers that are not properly blocked and secured.
A procedure to handle double and triple deck trailers has been developed
and is enclosed for your information and guidance.
Our Terminal Supervisors have been instructed to inspect each double
or triple deck trailer received for shipment to ensure loading procedure
confirms to the new guidelines. Trailers not loaded in accordance with
these instructions will net be handled.
It is regretted that we must take thia stand, however, you can appreciate
in the interests of safety the above action is necessary. Tour full
co-operation is respectfully requested.
Yours truly,
J* YATKS,
Manager,
B.CCS.S.
 CPRail Wm\\
• L Thompson Marine Department - Pier "6" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3 Wam^^
Manager
tarine Operations
DATE:
FILE NO:
Thank you for your inquiry of
We are pleased to enclose copy of our Alaska brochure by which you will note the
"Princess Patricia" operates on a round trip cruise basis only and that we do not
book one-way traffic unless accommodation is available closer to sailing, nor does
this vessel handle automobiles.
We would suggest, therefore, that you contact the Northland Navigation Co.,
2285 Commissioner St., Vancouver, B.C., who operate a service fron Vancouver
to Prince Rupert, B.C., and from this latter port the Alaska State Ferries have a
service to Alaska ports, such as Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau,
Haines and Skagway.  They also have a service from Seattle direct to these ports.
They are located at Pier 48, Alaskan Way, Seattle, Wash., 98104, telephone
206-623-1970.
We regret we are unable to be of assistance to you at this time.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Service
:mo
 ecs Messrs. Ian Blaney, 920 Douglas Street, Victoria, B.C.
g.R. Robinson, Nanaimo
R. Peliey, Vancouver
A. Mason, Vancouver
6.J. Webster, Vancouver
Any trailers considered not suitable should be inspected by the
Supervisor on duty and compared with standing procedures, before
final decision is made on handling of unit.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
JF/jb
■
 H L Thompson
Manager
Marine Operations
CPRall
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
B
DATE:
FILE NO:
Thank you for your inquiry of
We are pleased to enclose copy of our Alaska brochure by which you will note the
"Princess Patricia" operates on a round trip cruise basis only and that we do not
book one-way traffic unless accommodation is available closer to sailing, nor does
this vessel handle automobiles.
We would suggest, therefore, that you contact the Northland Navigation Co.,
2285 Commissioner St., Vancouver, B.C., who operate a service fron Vancouver
to Prince Rupert, B.C., and from this latter port the Alaska State Ferries have a
service to Alaska ports, such as Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau,
Haines and Skagway.  They also have a service from Seattle direct to these ports.
They are located at Pier 48, Alaskan Way, Seattle, Wash., 98104, telephone
206-623-1970.
We regret we are unable to be of assistance to you at this time.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Service
:mo
 February 10, 1976
File:  127245
Thompson & McConncll
Barristers and Solicitors
15240 Thrift Avenue
Bex 100
White Rock, B.C.
V4B 4Z9
Dear Sires
ket    gflf*« 9f Ismmtnl &lym ttmWml wittMfa KWfftfrfW S?i W7?
We are in receipt of your letter dated February 4, file 1745.001.04,
with which you returned the December pension cheque and rail pass.
.Please complete the enclosed Form F.R.3 and return to this office
'as soon as possible.
Yours truly,
J. YATBS,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 1                         CPRail                                                                      W^
1 H L Thompson                         Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3                                                       ^L^W
1    Manager                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  SBW^^
1    Marine Operations
DATE:
FILE:    1975.ALA.521.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear o-Tss -
Thank you for your remittance in amount                                                                  .
Deposit Receipt Form BCS 17 No.                                                  has been issued
and will be retained on our file covering deposit on "PRINCESS PATRICIA'!
sailing 8:30 PM (Local Time)
(Date)                             (Room)
FINAL BALANCE                                                           will be required 6 weeks prior
to sailing date.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
m
 VANCOUVER, February 10, 1976 File: 127245
J. Yates
Mr. "U.K. Jones
General Paymaster
Montreal
Concerning pensioner 017-127245, Robert C Plawes, who died on
November 22, 1975.
December pension cheque in the amount of $238.84 is returned herewith.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. R. Granger, Manager, Benefits, Montreal
Your form letter of January 20, file 376332.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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ARTICLE 12 (Contd.)
12.4
constitution of the Organization upon payment of the initiation
or reinstatement fee uniformly required of all other such
applicants by the local lodge or division concerned. Membership shall not be denied for reasons of race, national origin,
colour or religion.
12.5 Deductions shall commence on the payroll for the
pay period which contains the 24th day of the  calendar month
following the completion of thirty (30) calendar days after
date of first service in a position subject to this Agreement.
12.6 If the wages of an employee payable oh the payroll
for the last pay period which contains the 24th day of the
month are insufficient to permit the deduction of the full
amount of dues, no such deduction shall be made from the wages
of such employee by the Company in such month*  The Company
shall not, because the employee did not have sufficient wages
payable to him on the designated payroll, carry forward and
deduct from any subsequent wages the dues not deducted in the
earlier month.
12*7       Only payroll deductions now or hereafter required
by law, deduction of monies due or owing the Company, pension
deductions and deductions for provident funds shall be made
from wages prior to the deduction of dues.
12.8 The amounts of dues so deducted from wages,
accompanied by a statement of deductions from individuals,
shall be remitted by the Company to the officer of the
Organization concerned, as may be mutually agreed by the
Company and the Organization, not later than forty (40)
calendar days following the pay period in which the deductions
are made.
12.9 The Company shall not be responsible financially
or otherwise, either to the Organization or to any employee,
for any failure to make deductions or for making improper or
inaccurate deductions or remittances. However, in any instance
in which an error occurs in the amount of any deduction of dues
from an employee's wages, the Company shall adjust it directly
with the employee.  In the event of any mistake by the Company
in the amount of its remittance to the Organization, the Company
shall adjust the amount in a subsequent remittance. The
Company's liability for any and all amounts deducted pursuant
to the provisions of this Article shall terminate at the time it
 10
 VANCOUVER, February 10, 1976
J. Yates
Mr. A. McDermott
Montreal
File:    107
:- p.
Re:    Automobile Insurance
■•-■   i -MflWf MIsaJmwMmwl
Further-to our letter of"December 22, 1975, X now enclose new
policy number YYCPP 533B566-4 to replace number YYCFP 109A758-A.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S..
HLH/jb .
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ARTICLE 17
RATES OF PAY
Classification
Effect- Effect- Effect-  Effect- Effective      ive      ive      ive      ive
Jan. 1/69 May 1/69 July_ 1/69 Jan. 1/70 July 1/70
Carpenter
$
3.45
$ 3.60
$3.82
$ 3.94
$ 4.07
Machinist
3.45
3.60
3.82
3.94
4.07
Fitter
3.45
3.60
3.82
3.94
4.07
Painter
3.45
3.60
3.82
3.94
4.07
Welder
3.45
3.60
3.82
3.94
4.07
Upholsterer
3.45
3.60
3.82
3.94
4.07
Helper
3.20
3.32
3.45
17.2 The retroactive wage increase will not be applied
to shop employees who were employed this Spring on a casual basis,
ARTICLE 18
TERMINATION
18.1 This   Agreement   is   effective   January   1,   1969  and
shall  remain  in effect   until  June   30,   1971,   and  thereafter
subject to sixty  (60)   days'   notice  in writing from either party
of  its  desire  to revise,   amend or  terminate  same,   which notice
may be  given anytime  after  April   30,   1971.
DATE  OF  SIGNING:     December   18,   1969.
SIGNED  ON  BEHALF   OF   THE
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
B.C.   COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE.
(Signed)  H. Tyson.
SIGNED ON BEHALF OF THE
VICTORIA CANADIAN PACIFIC
MAINTENANCE WORKERS' FEDERAL
UNION, LOCAL 493, C.L.C.
REPRESENTING EMPLOYEES OF
B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE,
(Signed)  D. Glancy, Pres.
(Signed)  G. Wilkinson.
 February 10, 1976
File; 413792
Mr. R. Welch
General Chairman
B.R.A.S.C
401 Dominion Bank Building
207 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, B.C.
V6B IH7
Dear Mr. Welch:
X enclose e copy of a letter dated February 3, 1976, from
A.J. McPheraon, which is self-explanatory.
We are agreeable to re-instating Mr. McPherson to his previous
position of Purser. No lay-off or downgrading will take place
ea the Purser's position waa not filled during his absence.
Kindly advise if you concur with his re-instetement.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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(b) Employees with five or more years of cumulative
compensated service;	
The provisions of Clause (a) will apply except that the
maximum weekly amount payable shall be $35.00 or such
lesser amount as when added to unemployment insurance
benefits and/or outside earnings in excess of those
allowable under U.I.C. for such week will result in the
employee receiving 80% of his basic weekly rate.
(c) During any week following the seven-day waiting period
referred to in Clause 1 of this Article that an eligible
employee is not eligible for U.I.C. benefits account
eligibility for such benefits having been exhausted, or
account such employee not being insured for U.I.C.
benefits, such employee may claim a weekly layoff benefit
for each complete week of seven calendar days laid off of
$60.00 or such lesser amount as when added to the
employee's outside earnings for such week will result in
the employee receiving 80% of his basic weekly rate.
(d) It shall be the responsibility of the employee to report
for each week for which he is claiming a weekly lay-off
benefit under this agreement any amounts received from the
Unemployment Insurance Commission in respect of such week
as well as any wages earned during such week while
employed outside the Company.  In the event an employee
does not report all such outside earnings for any
particular week this will be interpreted as notice from
him that his outside earnings for such week are the same
as those for the previous week.
(e) Weekly lay-off benefits provided for under paragraphs (a),
(b) and (c) of this Clause 3 shall cease when at any time
an eligible employee has expended the money value to his
credit established in accordance with the provisions of
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., FEB. 10/76
I
B.D. MARGETTS   01-20365
MONTREAL, QUB.
TRAILER TRAFFIC UP 6.7% OVER 1975 WEEK ENDING FEB 7 - UP 6% YTD STOP
ESTD JAN 76 REVS 780,000 AS COMPARED TO PLAN OF 710,000 STOP EXPENSES
NOT AVAILABLE
■*■  ■ .
M.W. HOLLAND
C/O J. YATES
MANAGER, BCCSS
MWH'BB
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., FEB. 10/76
N. CARTWRIGHT    01-20365
COASTAL MARINE OPERATIONS
MONTREAL, QUE.
KINDLY ADVISE WHETHER MEMO RE CONTINUITY PLANNING RECEIVED
FROM WANSBROUGH IF NOT WHEN EXPECTED
M.W. HOLLAND
C/O J. YATES
MANAGER, BCCSS
MWH'BB
 February 5,  1976.
File No,  3G5
 IP M 'JNITMLLEO AND PASSED ALONG
Mrtrine A.y -A
Suparinfren
Cetera   I
Term i noi Sur-erinlcndont
Departmental Analyst
Office Manager
Accountant
Office of Municipal Affaire
Provincial Government
Victoria, B.C.
Gentlemen:
I would appreciate your providing me with the names
and initials of the Mayor and Aldermen of the City
of Victoria, together with the latest population
figure for that city, also the same information for
the city of Prince Rupert.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
BB
 13.
Furthermore, employees could be tempted to vise such a
proposed weapon in order to extract from the Company additional
benefits (which they could not obtain during the open period
of the contract) as a condition of an earlier return to work
following refusal on their part to cross a picket line.
As mentioned on Page 10, the Company has a legal
obligation to the public in accordance with the Railway Act
and the effect of the Union's demand would be tantamount to
forcing the Company to forego its obligations by law.  The
Board is therefore urged to decline the Union's demand in
this respect.
17.   Safe Working Conditions.
The Union demanded the following paragraphs be added
to the present Article 1, Section 14 and to read sub-section
(d), (e), (f) and (g)$-
Hard hats shall be supplied to crew members
working in areas where overhead work is being
performed.
When air chisels, mechanical chippers or scaling
tools are used, ear plugs and plastic face
protectors shall be supplied.
Safety goggles shall be supplied to crewmen
doing manual chipping or scaling.
Suitable sunglasses to be supplied to Quartermasters and Lookouts.
The Company recognizes safety is of the utmost importance
 February 9, 1976.
File No. T-76-101 PP
Yarrows Limited
P.O. Box 1030
Victoria, B.C.
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"FRIMCBSS PATRICIA" SPARE PROPELLERS
Gentlament
With regard to the spare port and starboard propellers belonging to the "Princess Patricia," which
are at present stored at your yard, since the above
vessel is scheduled for her 1976 annual drydocking
at the Burrard Dry Dock, North Vancouver, would you
please arrange to have these propellers transported
across to the above shipyard not later than March
31, 1976.
Yours vary truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
TK'BB
 13.
Furthermore, employees could be tempted to use such a
proposed weapon in order to extract from the Company additional
benefits (which they could not obtain during the open period
of the contract) as a condition of an earlier return to work
following refusal on their part to cross a picket line.
As mentioned on Page 10, the Company has a legal
obligation to the public in accordance with the Railway Act
and the effect of the Union's demand would be tantamount to
forcing the Company to forego its obligations by law.  The
Board is therefore urged to decline the Union's demand in
this respect.
17.   Safe Working Conditions.
The Union demanded the following paragraphs be added
to the present Article 1, Section 14 and to read sub-section
(d), (e), (f) and (g):-
Hard hats shall be supplied to crew members
working in areas where overhead work is being
performed.
When air chisels, mechanical chippers or scaling
tools are used, ear plugs and plastic face
protectors shall be supplied.
Safety goggles shall be supplied to crewmen
doing manual chipping or scaling.
Suitable sunglasses to be supplied to Quartermasters and Lookouts.
The Company recognizes safety is of the utmost importance
 VANCOUVER, February 9,  1976.       Filat T-76-23
J* Yates
Messrs. A.N. Cairns
R.R. Reid
F.W. Atkinson
c.A. Aitken
J.D. Finnic
L.B. Jackson
W.W. Hocking
G.W. Marshall
T. K'^f
Kindly advise tha Office Manager your anticipated dates
for annual vacation in 1976.
This in required by February 29, 1976.
Your entitlement is      days.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH'BB
 CP HAIL
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
TRUCK & TRAILER SERVICE TO VANCOUVER ISLAND
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
"Princess of Vancouver"
3 Round Trips Daily:
"Carrier Princess"
1 Round Trip
Tues. through Fri.
(Winter;
1 Round Trip Daily
June to September
BARGES
"Seaspan Doris"
1 Round Trip Daily
exce t Saturday
ex Vanoouver
ex Nanaimo
0400, 1200, 2000
0300, 1600, 2400
Voyage Time 2| hours
Height Restriction   16 feet
ex Vancouver   1000
ex Nanaimo     1330
ex Vancouver   1000
ex Nanaimo     1330
Voyage Time -  2 hours
No Height Restrictions
ex Vancouver   230J
ex Nanaimo     0500
Voyage Time    3h  hours
Height Restrictions 17 feet
Truck drivers cannot accompany their
vehicles unless special arrangements
made.
^Dangerous cargo carried on sailings.
HOSTLING - Trucks & Trailers
VANCOUVER
NANAIIAO
Mobile Homes
$6.00 per unit.
Consignee responsible - Arrangements can
be made with PACTOW - $6.75 per unit.
$11.00 per unit loaded or unloaded Vancouver & Nanaimo.
 February 9# 1976,
File No. 341-E
Burrard Dry Dock Co. Ltd.
P.O. Box 86099
Hbrtfc Vancouver, B.C.
Mjsflatsssj    JU TtKt fiVUWffiHi Xftffl, MHMHHK
Gentleman*
Further to our conversation regarding the outstand-
the following i» * list of it eras yet to be completed.
The numbers ara relative to the numbers of previous
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Item #2. - Main shaft •grounding system." Mem type of
brush material should bo used to counteract
excessive wear that takes place.
3. - Starboard main engine hour counter.
4* * Starboard main angina immersion heater.
5. - Ballast tank remote reading gauges.
6* - Modifications to ballast tank gauge lines.
li. - After mooring capstan's pressure pumps and
piping.
18. — Starboard main engine exhaust pyrometer
oable wire and conduits.
19. - Stern door rollers and sheaves.
20* - Main fuel bunker tank sounding gauge.
21. - "Alarm silence" push button situated in
after control room.
 CP RAIL
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
TRUCK & TRAILER SERVICE TO VANCOUVER ISLAND
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VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
"Princess of Vancouver"
3 Round Trips Daily:
ex Vanoouver
ex Nanaimo
040A, 1200, 2000
0800, 1600, 2400
"Carrier Princess"
1 Round Trip
Tues. through Fri.
(V/ inter)
1 Round Trip Daily
June to September
BARGES
"Seaspan Doris"
1 Round Trip Daily
exce t Saturday
Voyage Time 2\  hours
Height Restriction   16 feet
ex Vancouver   1000
ex Nanaimo     1330
ex Vancouver   1000
ex Nanaimo     1330
Voyage Time -  2 hours
No Height Restrictions
ex Vancouver   230j
ex Nanaimo     0500
Voyage Time    3\  hours
Height Restrictions 17 feet
Truck drivers cannot accompany their
vehicles unless special arrangements
made.
♦Dangerous cargo carried on sailings.
HOSTLING - Trucks & Trailers
VANCOUVER
NANAIMO
Mobile Homes
$6.00 per unit.
Consignee responsible - Arrangements can
be made with PACTOW - $6.75 per unit.
$11.00 per unit loaded or unloaded Vancouver & Nanaimo.
 2.
Item #25. - "Amplidan" intercom system needs to be
checked out. Repairs wore carried out but
system is not working correctly.
27. - #1 generator auto-voltage regulator to
cheek. Generator cannot be synchronized.
Yours very truly*
J. YATES
Manager, B.c.cs.s.
TK'BB
^^^^^^^
^___
 CP RAIL
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
TRUCK & TRAILER SERVICE TO VANCOUVER ISLAND
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
"Princess of Vancouver"
3 Round Trips Daily:
ex Vanoouver  . 0400; 1200, 2000
ex Nanaimo     0800, 1600, 2400
Voyage Time Zi  hours
Height Restriction 16 feet
"Carrier Princess"
1 Round Trip
Tues. through Fri.
(Winter;
1 Round Trip Daily
June to September
ex
ex
ex
ex
Vancouver
Nanaimo
Vancouver
Nanaimo
1000
1330
1000
1330
Voyage Time -  2 hours
No Height Restrictions
BARGES
"Seaspan Doris"
1 Round Trip Daily
exce t Saturday
ex Vancouver   230j
ex Nanaimo     0500
Voyage Time    3h.  hours
Height Restrictions 17 feet
Truck drivers cannot accompany their
vehicles unless special arrangements
made.
♦Dangerous cargo carried on sailings.
HOSTLING - Trucks & Trailers
VANCOUVER $6.00 per unit.
NANAIMO
Mobile Homes
Consignee responsible - Arrangements can
be made with PACTOW - $6.75 per unit.
$11.00 per unit loaded or unloaded Vancouver & Nanaimo.
 February 9, 1976.
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boar Mr. Bennettt
I wish to thank you for moating with .Mr* IMacwij
Assistant to Vice-President (Finance) and Mr*
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February 9th. to discuss vour freighter account.
and in particular 'your favourable reaponso to our
rs<niost to settle tho- old accounts.
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bo*   Mr* J.D. Mason* Montreal*
Mr* W.J. Comerford* Montroal*
Mr* G.L. Oockrill, Vancouver.
 CP RAIL
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
TRUCK & TRAILER SERVICE TO VANCOUVER ISLAND
■L
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
"Princess of Vancouver"
3 Round Trips Daily:
ex Vanoouver
ex Nanaimo
040 A,
0300,
1200, 2000
1600, 2400
Voyage Time
Height Restriction
2? hours
16 feet
"Carrier Princess"
1 Round Trip
Tues. through Fri.
|  (Winter;
ex Vancouver
ex Nanaimo
1000
1330
1 Round Trip Daily
June to September
ex Vancouver
ex Nanaimo
1000
1330
Voyage Time -  2 hours
No Height Restrictions
BARGES
"Seaspan Doris"
1 Round Trip Daily
exce t Saturday
ex Vancouver   230J
ex Nanaimo     0500
Voyage Time    3h  hours
Height Restrictions 17 feet
Truck drivers cannot accompany their
vehicles unless special arrangements
made.
♦Dangerous cargo carried on sailings.
HOSTLING - Trucks & Trailers
VANCOUVER
NANAIMO
Mobile Homes
$6.00 per unit.
Consignee responsible - Arrangements can
be made with PACTOW - $6.75 per unit.
$11.00 per unit loaded or unloaded Vancouver & Nanaimo.
 9s 1976•
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Mr* J. Mill
Accounts nanager
tdftmitr Courier Service Ltd.
3057 Grandvlew Ave.
f# B.C.
Dear Mr. Halli
,1 wish to thank you for meeting with Mr* Mason* -
Assistant to Vice— President (Finance)* and Mr*
Aitken* Terminal superintendent. Vancouver* on
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February 9tfc to discuss your freight accounts.
Xalao etmreciato tho enl l«aht* nnonnf  vou oave ro
handling of transport account* via.,   "red Hogging**
same* and assurance that accounts will bo settled
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Please do not hesitate to contact Mr* Aitken If yon
VOU I fJHi further Information*
Yours verv trulv.
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be*   Mr* J.D. ifeson* Montreal*
Mr. w.J. Comerford* Montreal.
. . Mr* G.L. Dockrill* Vancouver.
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R.nTES .
(1)  Unaccompanied autos, %-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading &nd unlc„dA..g.
'"!) Forklifts, capacity to 6000 lbs.
Inciudt.3 locdxng and unloading.
(3) Forklifts, capacity over 6000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
(4) Trucks up to 28 feet/ with driver
ex Vancouver CP 1000 POV 1200
ex Nanaimo CP 1330 POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
(5) Poat Trailers, Eogies
(6) Commercial Freight Trailers
$18.00
$22.qp
$30.00
$20.00
$1.45 p^r ft.
rr.An. CI J. CO.
35 feet - $51.00
40 feet - $55.QO
45 feet - $60.Op
Overwidth - $.20 par -ft.
Overhang - $1.45 " & "
VWCOWE:
R - NANAIMO
A
^rULGlES.
Up
to
20 feet
$34.Op
i.
21-26 feet
42.dp
27-31
ii
45. QP
32-36
ii
51.QP
37-41
ii
55.00
42-45
ii
60. OP
50  feet
67.2'i
55
74.5p
60
81.75
Units
41  feet
50     "
■
$55.00 + $1.45 per foot
68.05
55     "
=
75.30
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60     "
=
£.2.55
65     "
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 VANCOUVER, February 9, 1976 File:  310681 (I)
J. Yatss
Mr. K.N. HO
2nd Officer
Princess of Vancouver
&"    Infery ffttt^tjn^ >7 AtPi mmhmtf *« fffrfVfyY fa W7f
Please advise this office if and when Mr. MacLeod attends a doctor
or requires to lay off work account this injury.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
eat Mr. A.B. MacLeod
Bosun
Princess of Vancouver
JB
 - 4 - $
to perform the duties of that position and providing he has
indicated a willingness to work in the classification for which
he may be trained wherever vacancies exist.  At the option of
the company such training may be:
(a) at training classes conducted by qualified Company
personnel,
OR
(b) at classes conducted by an approved training agency.
The type of training for which an employee may apply, must:
(i)  qualify the employee for a recognized Company position,
(ii)  be possible of completion during the employee's anticipated
period of lay-off,
(iii)  offer a likelihood of employment with the Company on
completion of the training period in a position for which
the employee has been qualified.
Upon request, the subject of training of an employee or groups of
employees shall be discussed by the employee's representative and
the Manager, Marine Operations at the time of lay-off.  Any
unresolved differences between the parties concerning the usefulness
of training for future Company service, or the suitability and
adaptability of an employee for training, may be progressed to
arbitration before an arbitrator selected by the parties or, failing
that, appointed by the Minister of Labour.
ARTICLE III RELOCATION EXPENSES
(a)  The benefits provided hereunder on3y apply in respect of
eligible employees who are laid off from the work force
under conditions where such lay-off is likely to be of a
permanent nature.
(*>)  Eligibility
To be eligible, an employee:
(1)  Must have been laid off or displaced with the result
 February 9* 1976
Filet 118414
Mr. W.L. Sehroeder
852 Wollaston Street
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Mr. Sehroeder:
met   MjMj fc^y Vfrna jtffiCTi, jjeagmag Pifffboj, tf, tffl
Please complete the enclosed Form P.R.3 and return to this office
together with the December pension cheque, as this nee fores part
of the estate.
Also* if you can locate Mrs. Emery's Long Service Pass, it will
be appreciated if you would return it to this office.
Yours truly,
J* YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
JB
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(4) Upon authorization, an employee may drive his
automobile to his new location at an allowance
of IOC per mile.
(5) Up to three working days' leave without loss of
basic pay.
(6) (a)  Except as otherwise provided in paragraph (c)
of this item (6), reimbursement of up to
$3,000 for loss sustained on the sale of a
relocating employee's private home which he
occupied as a year-round residence.  Loss
sustained is determined as the difference
between the value determined at the outset
plus any real estate agent and legal fees,
and the amount established as the selling
price in the deed of sale.
Notwithstanding other provisions of this
Item (6), special cases of loss on sale of
homes may be submitted to the Manager,
Marine Operations, for consideration, but such
special cases shall not be subject to
arbitration.
(b) The procedure to be followed in respect of
determining the loss, if any, on the sale of
a home shall be as described in Article X of
this Appendix.
(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph
(a) of this Item (6):
(i)  should a change take place involving
relocation of Company employees whereby
the number of homes being listed for sale
by such Company employees represents 15%
or more of the residential homes in the
 %s
February 9, 1976
Filet 4tt4435
Office of Public Trustee
635 Burrard Street
Vancouver, B.C.
V6C 3L7
Dear Sirst
Rat    Estate ef SVEIN RANDOLPH SELaND, deceesed September 15, 1975
XOMf mi ||et 79tf4g	
Concerning the above, X am pleased to enclose Sun Life's cheque in
the amount of $4,550.55, which includes interest allowed, ia full
settlement of the claim. Form 1-5 is also enclosed.
Kill appreciate receiving your acknowledgement in due course.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 "
sale. Any claim for reimbursement under
this Item (6) must be made within twelve
months of the final determination of value.
(7) If an employee who is eligible for moving expenses,
does not wish to move his household to his new
location, he may opt for a monthly allowance of
$25.00 which v/ill be payable so long as he remains
at his new location for a maximum of 12 months
from date of transfer to his new location.  An
employee claiming under this clause may elect
within such 12 month period to move his household
effects, in which case the amount paid out under
this clause shall be deducted from the relocation
expenses allowable.
(8) Alternatively to (6), the cost of terminating an
unexpired lease and legal costs connected therewith up to a value of three months' rent, where the
relocating employee was renting a dwelling, except
that where such lease was entered into following
the notice of the change without prior approval of
the Company no benefit will be provided.  Such
prior approval will not be unreasonably withheld.
Should the law require payment of more than three
months' rent in order to terminate a lease, such
additional amount will be paid providing the
employee first secures the Company's approval to
pay in excess of three months' rent.
ARTICLE IV TECHNOLOGICAL, OPERATIONAL
AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGES
1.  The Company will not put into effect any technological,
operational or organizational change of a permanent nature
 February 9, 1976
Filet T-76-30-2
Standard Oil Company of
British Columbia Limited
1500 — 1050 West Pender Street
Vancouver, B.C.
V6£ 3T4
ATTENTION:  Vicki Wong
EfapsportaUon, PMf log
pear Sirs:
*•* l¥lUff y°i  r°*i
Your claim of January 27, 1976, should rightly be directed to
Doman*s who are handling your equipment.
Copy of Canada Car's invoice is returned herewith.
;-Yours truly,
.
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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differential;
OR
(b) The employee fails to apply for a position the
basic rate of which is higher than the basic rate
of the position which he is presently holding and
for which he is qualified at the location where
he is employed; or
(c) The employee's services are terminated by
discharge, resignation, death or retirement.
In the application of (b) above, an employee who fails to apply
for a higher-rated position, for which he is qualified, will
be considered as occupying such position and his incumbency shall
be reduced correspondingly.
8.  Early Retirement Allowance
An employee whose position is abolished by a technological,
operational or organizational change and who is (a) 60 years
of age or over and (b) eligible for early retirement under the
rules of the Company's Pension Plan, will, if he elects early
retirement, be entitled to receive:
(a) an allowance of $30 per month commencing in the month
immediately following the last month in which the employee
received wages and continuing each month until the normal
retirement age of 65 years is reached; or,
(b) a lump sum equivalent to seventy per cent (70%) of the
total value of monthly allowances he could have received
under this provision.
An employee who elects benefits under this Clause 8 will not be
entitled to any other benefits provided elsewhere in this
Appendix.  Early retirement allowance will cease should the
employee die before age 65.
 <*?>
February 9, 1976
File: X-76-30-3
Standard Oil Company of
British Columbia Limited
1500 — 1050 West Pender Street
Vancouver, B.C.
V68 »4
ATTENTIONt Vicki Wong,
 smWmWsmeemVsl sssflljfp
Bear Sirs:
I" irailer No, 606?
Your claim of February 2, 1976, should rightly be directed to
Doman'a who are handling your equipment.
Copy of Canada Gar's invoice is returned herewith.
Yours truly, .. ' >
J* YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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seasonal positions.
Casual and part-time employees are entirely excluded from the
provisions of this Appendix.
ARTICLE VIII   ELIGIBILITY FOR BENEFITS AS PROVIDED
IN ARTICLE I, CLAUSES 1, 2, 3 AND 4
 OF THIS APPENDIX	
1.  An employee who is not disqualified under Clause 3 hereof, shall
be eligible for a benefit payment in respect of each full week
of seven consecutive calendar days of lay off (herein called
"a claim week") or to a severance payment providing he meets
all of the following requirements:
(a) He had three years or more of continuous employment
relationship at the beginning of the calendar year in
which the period of continuous lay off in which the claim
week occurs began (calendar year shall be deemed to run
from January 1st to December 31st);
(b) For a weekly lay-off benefit payment, a continuous waiting
period of seven days in the period of lay off has expired.
Each period of lay off will require a new seven-day
waiting period in order to establish eligibility for
weekly layoff benefits, except that once an employee has
been on lay off for more than seven days, and is recalled
to work for a period of less than ninety calendar days,
such employee will immediately become eligible for weekly
layoff benefits upon lay off within such ninety days.  An
employee may claim weekly layoff benefits under this
paragraph pending expiration of the 30-day waiting period
provided in paragraph (c) in respect of severance payment.
(c) For severance payment, a continuous waiting period of
thirty days in the period of lay off has expired except
that if an employee, during such waiting period, is
 VANCOUVER, February 9, 1976
J. Yates    Afi
Mr. W.W. Martin
Vancouver
Filet  T-75-30-53
Further concerning damage to Nabob Trailer No. 4006R on December 15, 1975.
1 sew enclose Salvage Association's Advance Advice,for your information.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. A. McDermott, Montreal
Your letter of January 13. Ship Involved waa the "Princess of
Vancouver." Copy of Advance Advice attached.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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recalled to work for a total of less than five working
days the said thirty-day waiting period will not be
interrupted as a consequence thereof.  Each period of
lay off will require a new thirty-day waiting period in
order to establish eligibility for a severance payment
except that once an employee has been on lay off for
more than thirty days, and is recalled to work for a
period of less than ninety calendar days, such employee
will immediately become eligible for a severance payment
upon lay off within such ninety days;
(d) He has made application for benefits in the prescribed
form and in accordance with the procedures prescribed by
the Company.
(e) He has exercised full seniority rights on his basic
seniority territory, except as otherwise expressly
provided in Clause 3, paragraphs (b) and (c) of this
Article VIII.
2. An employee who, on being laid off, does not qualify under
paragraph (a) of Clause 1 of this Article shall, if still laid
off in the next calendar year, qualify under said paragraph
(a) if at the beginning of said next calendar year he has
three years of continuous employment relationship.  The seven-
day waiting period and the thirty-day waiting period provided
for in paragraph (b) and paragraph (c), respectively, of
Clause 1 of this Article shall commence from the 1st day of
January of that year.
3. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Article, an
employee shall not be regarded as laid off
(a)  during any day or period in which his employment is
interrupted by leave of absence for any reason, sickness,
 VANCOUVER, February 9, 1976
J. Yatea
Mr. W.W. Martin
Vancouver
Filet T-75-30-54
I enclose ay complete file on Sunbeam Trailer #954 allegedly damaged
on November 25, 1975.
You will note that C.P. Transport were a little unsure of the trailer
number and the date it travelled and that our Terminal Superintendent
has no knowledge of the incident; alao, that ship's officer states no
accident report was filed.
Under the circumstances we cannot aee where we are liable particularly
as thia unit was picked up at Vancouver by a CP. Transport driver who
made no mention of damage to our Terminal staff.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
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ARTICLE IX    ACCUMULATION OF NET CREDIT MONEY VALUE
FOR PURPOSES OF WEEKLY LAY OFF BENEFITS
1.  An employee qualified in accordance with Article 1 of this
Appendix shall accumulate credits on the basis of 6 credits
per year for the first 10 years of cumulative compensated
service and 8 credits per year thereafter.
For each calendar month, or major portion thereof, of
cumulative compensated service calculated from the last date
of entry into the Company's service as a new employee, an
employee will be allowed credit on the basis of the following
money valuess
For an employee with less than 5 years of cumulative compensated
service	
$15.00 per month of cumulative compensated service (with a
maximum of $180.00 for each full year of cumulative
compensated service)
For an employee with five years and less than ten years of
cumulative compensated service	
$17.50 per month of cumulative compensated service (with a
maximum of $210.00 for each full year of cumulative
compensated service)
For the eleventh year and subsequent years of cumulative compen-
sated service	
$23.33 per month of cumulative compensated service (with a
maximum of $280,00 for each full year of cumulative
compensated service)
2.  From the gross credit money value, calculated on the basis of
Clause 1 hereof, shall be deducted the sum of all weekly lay-
offbenefit payments which have been made in accordance with
Article 1 of this Appendix.  The difference shall represent
 VANCOUVER, February 9, 1976
J. Yates
Mr. J.S. Sttsuki, Vancouver
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Enclosed are six copies of the Seniority List for Ticket Clerks,
effective January I, 1976.
kindly give a copy to each employee and let me knew if anybody contests
their position on the Seniority List prior to ninety days from date of
receipt in accordance with Article 21.3 of the Collective Agreement.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S*
cot Mr. R. Welch, General Chairman,
B.R.A.S*C.,
401 Dominion lank Building,
207 West Bastings Street,
Vancouver, B.C.
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Twelve copies ere attached for your files.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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to sell his house, the employee shall include pertinent
particulars as outlined in sample form attached, including
his opinion as to the fair market value of his house.
(b) This fair market price of the house shall be the price
determined as of a date sufficiently prior to the date
of the change in order that the fair value will be
unaffected thereby.
(c) Within 15 working days from date of receipt of employee's
advice of his desire to make a claim, the Company officer
shall advise the employee concerned whether the suggested
fair market value is satisfactory and, if so, such price
shall be the fair market value as contemplated by Clause
6 (a) of Article III of this Appendix.
(d) If, however, the officer concerned is not satisfied that
the price requested by the employee is the fair market
value, then an effort shall be made to resolve the matter
through joint conference of the officer and employee
concerned and the appropriate union representative if so
desired by the employee; such joint conference to be held
within 5 working days from date of advice to employee
concerned as referred to in Clause (c) of this Article.
(e) If such joint conference does not resolve the matter
then within 5 days from the date of the final joint
conference arrangements shall be made for an impartial
appraisal to be undertaken as soon as possible by an
independent real estate appraiser.  The fair market
price established by such appraiser shall become the fair
market value for the purpose of this Agreement, and such
price shall be binding on both parties.
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 VANCOUVER, February 9, 1976
J* Yates
Mt* I* Robinson
Kenalmo
Filet ASR.7.BSACSEN.(2)
Eocioeed are eight copies ef the Seniority List for Wharf Freight Shed
and Janitor employees, effective January 1, 1976*
Kindly give a copy to each employee and let me knew if anybody contesta
their position on the Seniority List prior to ninety days free date of
receipt ia accordance with Article 21.3 of the Collective agreement.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
mat   Mr. R. Welch, General Chairman,
B.R.A.S.C.,
401 Dominion Bank Building,
207 West Hastings street
Vancouver, B.C.
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Twelve copies are attached for your files.
, B.C.C.S.S,
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(f) The employee and Company officer concerned shall
endeavour to mutually agree upon the independent
appraiser referred to in Clause (e).  If they are
unable to agree, then the Minister of Labour shall
be requested to appoint such an independent appraiser.
(g) The residence shall not have been listed for sale with
any appraiser appointed pursuant to the provisions of
this Article, nor with such appraiser's employee,
fellow employee or partner.
(h)  The fees and expenses of any appraiser appointed in
accordance with Clause (e) and (f) shall be paid by the
employee and the Company on a 50-50 basis.
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W.J.  COMERFORD PSPS
MONTREAL,   QUE.
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MOST EVASIVE  PERSONAL CONTACT RESUI/TS ABSENT FROM OFFICE CLAIMS
CHEQUE FORWARDED PRIOR POSTAL STRIKE NEVER RECEIVED STOP PHONE CALLS
FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE   PROMISED PAYMENT NOT FORTHCOMING UNABLE
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CONTACT LATTERLY ACCOUNT OUT OF TOWN HAVE LEFT WORD UNLESS   PAYMENT
RECEIVED WITHIN 2 WEEKS NECESSARY ACTION WILL BE TAKEN       BCC-31
J. YATES
MANAGER,  BCCSS
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VANCOUVER, B.C.* FEB. 9/76
B.D. MARGETTS   01-20365
MONTREAL, QUE.
FEB 5/76 A 50/8.1  C 218/.6 E 69/.4 F  204/12.6 G 137A1.4 J  .5
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J. YATES
MANAGER,   BCCSS
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B.D.  MARGETTS 01-20365
MONTREAL,  QUE.
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ESTD REV 2460 TOTAL REV 10660    BCC-29
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MANAGER, BCCSS
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VANCOUVER, February 9, 1976.
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J. Yates
Mr. E. Robinson
Nanaimo, B.C.
Will you  please supply me with the names and initials
of the Mayor awl Aldermen for the City of Nanaimo, also
the latesc population figure for that city.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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 February 6,  1976,
File No,  76,POV.529,S.
TO BE INITIALLED AH3   tS
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Mr. W. Neail
Seaspan international Ltd.
10 Perab«arton Ave.
North Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Wallyt
With reference to our conversation concerning the
interest hy Seaspan employees in chartering the
"Princess of Vancouver" again this year for an evening dance cruise to Howe Sound, we are pleased to
tentatively reserve Saturday evening, June 5th for
this purpose.
We have taken a hard look at the possibility of
offering you a smorgasbord dinner, but feel that
the facilities of the "Princess of Vancouver" do
not lend themselves to serving this type of meal,
and that the expense of the additional staff and
shore facilities required would not be entertained
by B.C.C.S.S. 'Therefore, we are prepared to offer
an evening meal service the same as last year, with
additional tables set up in the Blue Room and on the
oar deck, if necessary, for one or two sittings, and
at the rate of $15.00 per person, with a minimum
guarantee of 300 passengers. Wm  would be prepared to
serve your  group menu similar to last year, which was
B.C. Apple Juice; Roast Prims Ribs of Beef; Mixed
Vegetables; Mashed Potatoes; Apple Pie and Ice Dream;
Tea, Coffee or Milk, or as an alternative to the Roast
Beef, Cooked Ham and Turkey.
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and every precaution is taken to protect employees from
accident or injury.
The Company wishes to advise this Board that the
provision of safety equipment requested by the Union is
acceptable to the Company, with one exception.  In place
of sunglasses which the Union requested the Company supply
Quartermasters and Lookouts, the Company will install
suitable tinted windowshades in all wheelhouses.
IS.    Transfer and Travelling Time.
The Union demanded that Article 1, Section 16, subsections (a), (b) and (c) be amended to read as follows;-
(a) An employee appointed to a position
necessitating travelling from one point
to another on the British Columbia coast
to assume that position, shall be signed
on the ship's articles as "Supernumary" to
be worked, if necessary, and shall be provided
with board and living quarters, being on full
pay from the time of leaving starting point.
(b) When employees are transferred from one ship
to another at the Company's convenience, where
such transfer necessitates a layover period
awaiting ship, such employees shall be compensated at their regular rate of wages during
such layover.  If layover takes place at any
port other than the employee's home port,
accommodation and meals will be provided.
(c) Unlicensed crew members covered by this
Agreement who are requested by the Company
to join a vessel which does not berth in
their home port, provided such home port is
Victoria, Vancouver or Nanaimo, shall be
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We would be prepared to set up bars on the basis of
$1.00 per drink, including bar attendants and mixers,
for a maximum of three bars.
It will be appreciated if you will kindly advise us
by April 1st (no fooling!) if you wish definitely to
firm up these arrangements, also If you wish any
further discission concerning arrangements desired.
With beet viahse.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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and every precaution is taken to protect employees from
accident or injury.
The Company wishes to advise this Board that the
provision of safety equipment requested by the Union is
acceptable to the Company, with one exception.  In place
of sunglasses which the Union requested the Company supply
Quartermasters and Lookouts, the Company will install
suitable tinted windowshades in all wheelhouses.
18.    Transfer and Travelling Time.
The Union demanded that Article 1, Section 16, subsections (a), (b) and (c) be amended to read as follows;-
(a) An employee appointed to a position
necessitating travelling from one point
to another on the British Columbia coast
to assume that position, shall be signed
on the ship's articles as "Supernumary" to
be worked, if necessary, and shall be provided
with board and living quarters, being on full
pay from the time of leaving starting point.
(b) When employees are transferred from one ship
to another at the Company's convenience, where
such transfer necessitates a layover period
awaiting ship, such employees shall be compensated at their regular rate of wages during
such layover.  If layover takes place at any
port other than the employee's home port,
accommodation and meals will be provided.
(c) Unlicensed crew members covered by this
Agreement who are requested by the Company
to join a vessel which does not berth in
their home port, provided such home port is
Victoria, Vancouver or Nanaimo, shall be
 February 6* 1976*
File No. 76>-REF-ilI
Mr. & Mrs. Cirawehaw
Box 104
Quathiaski Cove, B.C.
Dear Mr. & Mrs. Crawshaws
last December transportation was arranged for your
use between Nanaimo and Vancouver for passage and
automobile, and made available for your pickup at
the Nanaimo Wharf Ticket office.
As transportation, waa not used and a refund is available to the person arranging these tickets on your
behalf, can you advise to whom refund should be made,
as the employee who Issued the transportation, re- I
gretfully did not record the name and address of the
person concerned*
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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and every precaution is taken to protect employees from
accident or injury.
The Company wishes to advise this Board that the
provision of safety equipment requested by the Union is
acceptable to the Company, with one exception.  In place
of sunglasses which the Union requested the Company supply
Quartermasters and Lookouts, the Company will install
suitable tinted windowshades in all wheelhouses.
IS.    Transfer and Travelling Time.
The Union demanded that Article 1, Section 16, subsections (a), (b) and (c) be amended to read as follows;-
(a) An employee appointed to a position
necessitating travelling from one point
to another on the British Columbia coast
to assume that position, shall be signed
on the ship's articles as "Supernumary" to
be worked, if necessary, and shall be provided
with board and living quarters, being on full
pay from the time of leaving starting point.
(b) When employees are transferred from one ship
to another at the Company's convenience, where
such transfer necessitates a layover period
awaiting ship, such employees shall be compensated at their regular rate of wages during
such layover.  If layover takes place at any
port other than the employee's home port,
accommodation and meals will be provided.
(c) Unlicensed crew members covered by this
Agreement who are requested by the Company
to join a vessel which does not berth in
their home port, provided such home port is
Victoria, Vancouver or Nanaimo, shall be
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 February 6, 1976.
File No. 76.ALA.321.D.
Mi*. Harold L. De Bar
4306 Brighton Ave.
Los Angeles, California 90062.
Dear Mr. De Bart
This will acknowledge receipt of your letter dated
February 2nd, requesting survey trip on board the
"Princess Patricia" during this coming year.
While we appreciate your interest in the  "Princess
Patricia," we regret to advise that Travel Agents*
considerations for the coming season have already
been allotted.
Should there be any cancellations through the year,
wa will contact you in the event you are able to
travel north on short notice.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
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and every precaution is taken to protect employees from
accident or injury.
The Company wishes to advise this Board that the
provision of safety equipment requested by the Union is
acceptable to the Company, with one exception.  In place
of sunglasses which the Union requested the Company supply
Quartermasters and Lookouts, the Company will install
suitable tinted windowshades in all wheelhouses.
18.    Transfer and Travelling Time.
The Union demanded that Article 1, Section 16, subsections (a), (b) and (c) be amended to read as follows:-
(a) An employee appointed to a position
necessitating travelling from one point
to another on the British Columbia coast
to assume that position, shall be signed
on the ship's articles as "Supernumary" to
be worked, if necessary, and shall be provided
with board and living quarters, being on full
pay from the time of leaving starting point.
(b) When employees are transferred from one ship
to another at the Company's convenience, where
such transfer necessitates a layover period
awaiting ship, such employees shall be compensated at their regular rate of wages during
such layover„  If layover takes place at any
port other than the employee's home port,
accommodation and meals will be provided.
(c) Unlicensed crew members covered by this
Agreement who are requested by the Company
to join a vessel which does not berth in
their home port, provided such home port is
Victoria, Vancouver or Nanaimo, shall be
 February 6, 1976*
File No. 76.ALA.521.T.
Mr- Charles B. West
TravAlaska Tours
Fourth ft Vine Building, Suite 470
Seattle, Washington 98121.
oear Mr. Westi
On a number of occasions the "Princess Patricia"
has been chartered by Nile Temple exclusively, or
in association with Gizeh Temple, Vancouver, for
an Alaska cruise, the last one being a few years
ago.
The success of the last charter led us to approach
Nile Temple again for consideration to go north, as
there seemed to be a strong indication of interest
in an Alaska cruise for 1976, particularly during
the bi-centennial celebrations.
wa understand that you have become associated with
a charter of the "Xanadu," on behalf of the Shrine,
possibly because of cost factor or capacity. In
any event, my purpose in writing you is to reacquaint
you with the knowledge that the "Patricia" is available for charter prior to and following her normal
cruise season, and that if your interests lie in this
direction in the future, you might consider contacting
us regarding utilizing the ship north, if arrangements
could be made to our mutual satisfaction.
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and every precaution is taken to protect employees from
accident or injury.
The Company wishes to advise this Board that the
provision of safety equipment requested by the Union is
acceptable to the Company, with one exception.  In place
of sunglasses which the Union requested the Company supply
Quartermasters and Lookouts, the Company will install
suitable tinted windowshades in all wheelhouses.
18.    Transfer and Travelling Time.
The Union demanded that Article 1, Section 16, subsections (a), (b) and (c) be amended to read as follows:-
(a) An employee appointed to a position
necessitating travelling from one point
to another on the British Columbia coast
to assume that position, shall be signed
on the ship's articles as "Supernumary" to
be worked, if necessary, and shall be provided
with board and living quarters, being on full
pay from the time of leaving starting point.
(b) When employees are transferred from one ship
to another at the Company's convenience, where
such transfer necessitates a layover period
awaiting ship, such employees shall be compensated at their regular rate of wages during
such layover.  If layover takes place at any
port other than the employee's home port,
accommodation and meals will be provided.
(c) Unlicensed crew members covered by this
Agreement who are requested by the Company
to join a vessel which does not berth in
their home port, provided such home port is
Victoria, Vancouver or Nanaimo, shall be
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We will be anxious to have a progress report from
you in the near future concerning utilization of
block space on board the "Princess Patricia" during
the coming summer.
With best regards.
Yours very truly $
J.  YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
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provided with transportation and meals to
and from their home port when proceeding on
weekly leave, or joining or leaving a vessel.
This clause shall also apply to unlicensed
employees working on laid up ships.
The provisions contained in the Union's proposal under
sub-section (a) of the agreement are satisfactory, with the
exception that such provisions shall not apply to employees
transferring at their own request.
The provisions contained in the Union's proposal under
sub-section (b) of the agreement are acceptable to the
Company.
The provisions contained in the Union's proposal
under sub-section (c) of the agreement are acceptable and the
Company agrees to an allowance of five dollars ($5.00) to
be made to deck and engineroom ratings to defray the cost
of two meals, one when they travel from Victoria to
Vancouver, and the other when returning from Vancouver to
Victoria, when assigned to laid-up ships.
The payment of five dollars ($5.00) is in addition
to their fare which is provided by the Company.
The Union was advised that the Company's acceptance
of sub-sections (a), (b) and (c) was contingent upon a
satisfactory wage settlement being negotiated.
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February 6, 1976,
File No. 76.CHA.329.S.
Mr. R.C. Kerdheval
2201 - 6th Ave. S.
Seattle, Washington.
Dear Mr. Kerdhevalt
This has reference to our letter of January 23rd,
wherein we offered the "Princess Patricia" for
your consideration, to be chartered by Nile Temple
for an Alaska cruise.
We new understand that the "Xanadu" has been chartered
for a i|%rine cruise, and naturally are sorry that the
"Patricia" will not  have the pleasur&sjprof taking
many familiar faces back north. We certainly wish
the members of the Shrine a moat successful cruise,
and hope that consideration may be given to charter
the "Princess Patricia" sometime in the future.
Yours vary truly,
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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provided with transportation and meals to
and from their home port when proceeding on
weekly leave, or joining or leaving a vessel.
This clause shall also apply to unlicensed
employees working on laid up ships.
The provisions contained in the Union's proposal under
sub-section (a) of the agreement are satisfactory, with the
exception that such provisions shall not apply to employees
transferring at their own request.
The provisions contained in the Union's proposal under
sub-section (b) of the agreement are acceptable to the
Company.
The provisions contained in the Union's proposal
under sub-section (c) of the agreement are acceptable and the
Company agrees to an allowance of five dollars ($5.00) to
be made to deck and engineroom ratings to defray the cost
of two meals, one when they travel from Victoria to
Vancouver, and the other when returning from Vancouver to
Victoria, when assigned to laid-up ships.
The payment of five dollars ($5.00) is in addition
to their fare which is provided by the Company.
The Union was advised that the Company's acceptance
of sub-sections (a), (b) and (c) was contingent upon a
satisfactory wage settlement being negotiated.
 PERSONAL
VANCOUVER, February 6, 1976. Filei T-76-1032
J. Yates
Mr. W.H. Silver
General Locomotive Foreman
Drake Street
Vancouver, B.C.
We presume the attached was not sent on an official basis,
as it has always been our understanding that Canadian
Pacific does not enter into the politics of the nation
during working hours of employees.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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provided with transportation and meals to
and from their home port when proceeding on
weekly leave, or joining or leaving a vessel.
This clause shall also apply to unlicensed
employees working on laid up ships.
The provisions contained in the Union's proposal under
sub-section (a) of the agreement are satisfactory, with the
exception that such provisions shall not apply to employees
transferring at their own request.
The provisions contained in the Union's proposal under
sub-section (b) of the agreement are acceptable to the
Company.
The provisions contained in the Union's proposal
under sub-section (c) of the agreement are acceptable and the
Company agrees to an allowance of five dollars ($5.00) to
be made to deck and engineroom ratings to defray the cost
of two meals, one when they travel from Victoria to
Vancouver, and the other when returning from Vancouver to
Victoria, when assigned to laid-up ships.
The payment of five dollars ($5.00) is in addition
to their fare which is provided by the Company.
The Union was advised that the Company's acceptance
of sub-sections (a), (b) and (c) was contingent upon a
satisfactory wage settlement being negotiated.
 Pile No. XG3
Mr. WA, Blaney, President
Intercity Express Ltd*
2655 Dollarton Highway
North Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Mr* Blaneyi
1 wish to thank you for meeting with Mr* Mason,
Assistant to Vice-President (Finance), and Mr.
Aitken, Terminal Superintendent, BCCSS, to discuss
your freight account. The history of your interest
in I.ex. was indeed very enlightening and informative, and the (pick attention to the old accounts
appreciated.
X also thank you for the assurance that every effort
will he made to settle your accounts on a current
basis.
Please do not hesitate to contact me If you require
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J. YATES
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