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Bear Sir*
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e^tiipBeat also&rd our vessel* the '*I>risce8s ■ Patricia3, for tft. year
1$71 far your resorts.
cc - J. Flaherty, !sq.,
1st Electrician,
"Princess Patricia3.
fours truly.
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Sams letter toJ
A. Stewart, Eaq,»
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Princess
D. B. Prenticet Esq.,
Superintendent Engineer!
B. C, Coast Steamship Servtcei
Victoria, B.C.
Please procure transportation in favour of the following
employees;
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Princess
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Superintendent Engineer,
B. C.  Coast Steamship Service,
Victoria, B.C.
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Propulsion Equipment.
Alternator, Stator and cables
Alternator field stationary
Exciter armature and cables
Motor Field and cables
Motor Field connections and caotactors
Motor Stator
Lubrication Oil pump motors
Propulsion motor cooling fans
Auxiliary Equipment Engine room
Extraction pimp motors
Circulating pump motors
Main Fresh 'water pump motors
Main feed pump motors
General Service pump motors
350 KW D.C, Generators
300 KW D.O. Generator
Dunham Vacuum pump motor
Motor Alternator lighting sets
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Sent copy dated July 22n«, W71, of report of
Yanteat Services Ltd., Marine (Service Departnent,
REPORT OF BOILER WATER CONDITIONS, for "Princess
Patricia" ana Princes* of Vancouver,
 Files    982-1116-1
COPY
CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date       Vancouver, B.C., July 27th, 1971.
From H»  R^   Iap^y
To        Mr. I. J, Tumilty
Wewere advised on July 26th by our London, England Purchasing
DepartMent that the two thermostatic elements covered fcy your
requisition 8-982-11116-1, are expected to he shipped hy the
supplier during the week end5.ng August 27th.
(Sgd.) M. R. Impey
Purchasing Agent
cc: Mr. I. MaoDonald
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Internal Correspondence        „ /y/   /
Date   July 10th,   1971
From   Chief Engineer, T.E.V.  Princess Patricia
7o  H.J.Tumilty,  Asst. Sunt.   (Engineering),  Victoria,  B.C.
Dear Sir:
Attached please find drawing of thermostat element
wxfor our Main Fuel Oil Heaters. Please order 2 rush, as nov^i
/^we are controlling one of the heaters by hand and there is
always the chance of human error which might cause our to
smoke excessively.
Please request Mr•F.Crocker to forward to this
vessel one new Aux. Hbtwell cooling coil with the two
vertical pipes.
Yours truly   d K
£jGh±ef Engineer
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FORM  I02A-S
 YANTEST SERVICES Ltd.
Specialists in Marine Boiler Water Treatment
MARINE SERVICE DEPARTMENT
REPRESENTATIVES FOR BULL & ROBERTS,   INC.   (HALL SYSTEM)
555  HOMER STREET
VANCOUVER 3,  B.C.
TELEPHONE:   604-685-5622
REPORT OF BOILER WATER CONDITIONS
Vessel:  s/s  ...Q..E.R.v/PRIICB.Sa..PATEICIA....   Voy: #..1     Report Date: Julj...22nd/71
Date Sampled: ...... J.Uly..l.S.t J.u!y...l.S.t ..June.. 2.9... J.une.26samples Tested: July..20th/7.1..
BOILER WATER
BOILERS
Ho.   1
Ho.   2
Ho.   3
Ho.   4
"A" Reading (ML)
4.5
6.7
4.2
4.9
!(B" Reading (ML)
2.7
4.6
2.0
3.1
Chlorides (ML)
0.3
0,6
0.2
0.1
Phosphates (P04PPM.)
> 100
> 100
> 100
> 100
Total Diss. Solids (PPM)
640
840
620
650
A.C. Chilled Water-(P.P.M-CS)
Other
Recommendations — Comment
July  Service  Visit made  to  C.P.R.   / Princess Patricia on
July 18th,   1971  and  samples of  Boiler Water were  picked up as
well  as record  sheets  to   July 1st,   1971.
Reports  indicate   satisfactory  Chemical  Conditioning being
maintained  and Laboratory Test results of  samples  (above)   show
good level  readings  for Alk.   rlAH  &  HBf1  and  Chlorides.     Phosphate
Readings are high and  this v/ould affect  TDS Readings which are
moderately high.
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JO BEETS,
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FRAH1  SHEA
Marine  Service Engineer
 ^Canadian (facfoc
H.Medforth. Chief Eng.
T.E.Y. Princess Patricia,
at Ketchiean.
20th July. 71.
H.J.Tumulty. Assistant Superintendent (Eng.)
C.P.R. Wharf.
Victoria.
B.C.
Sir,
on July 18th.71. at 20.60 Hrs. whilst
waiting for Stand By all routine procedures were carried out as
normal & the Main,:Ehgines & Controls appeared to be in good order.
s On receiving the first movement on the Port Engine however, this
engine would not Synchronize,jhaving no Alternator Field Current.
Several attempts were made unsuccesfully & then the Bridge was
informed of the situation & the ship was tied up to the dock until
repairs could be carried out.
After cross checking by using the Emergency Crossover Switching
arrangement between engines the trouble was isolated to the Alternator
Field. This appeared to have an open circuit when tested;
The engine was then stopped, the end covers removed and the rotor
examined.
Nothing unusual was found either by the ships Electricians;
or by the Service Representatives of Canadian Westinghouse whom I had
called in ease of more serious defects.
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The engine was then reassembled & again tested. To our surprise
the Main Engines & controls now operated completely normal, & have
since continued to do so.
The Bridge was informed of the situation & on July 19th at 02.50 Hrs
we steamed out of Vancouver.
No reason for this temporary defect has yet been found.
Yours faithfully
 CPRall
Internal Correspondence
Date  VANCOUVER,  May 26th, 1971. File No:  13941.
From  Mr# H. Tyson.
7o Mr. H. J. Tumilty,
Victoria.
For your information, enclosed herewith is Llo3^dTs
Register of Shipping certificate of Completion of
Special Survey, Part Continuous Survey of Hull New
Cycle, Docking and Annual Survey of the "Princess
Patricia", dated May 19th, 1971.
Also enclosed is LloydTs Register of Shipping
certificate of Continuous Machinery Survey of
"Princess Patricia", dated May 19th, 1971.
I have retained a copy of the above for my file.
Manager^Marine Operations.
Ends.
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DATE:     Vancouver,   Mfc._   28/1971.     File No.:   499
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For your   iitfiibrrnation.     In view ofjj.the
high cost r-fS. 82 per barrel,   needl€St$r&
say,  'the-6^ief Engineer  will  not ^tvj.^.
take  on jyj Juneau,   any more  oil
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File No. 1150/71 -(y.P. Hart)
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833 ftarine auilding,
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la sccordance with &rrangon»ent» made by our V&acouver
office, we cifo attaching order 734Q7~6,-670-.lOQ51~l|
covering fuel oil for the "ftririoess Patriciaw at
Juneau, AlftS/ia. '''■'■■
It is our understanding that tho ship will require  *
approximately 40O\to 500 barrels per trip, and tha^ 0
there are 13 %vii>n  schodulod during the period Hay^ ^
21st to October 8th, totalling approximately 7»00Qfe1to
9,000 barrels*
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thanks for your assistance in this mattejr.
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with Mr. K. Annable on May 11th. A copy of
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VANCOUVER,'   June   lOftK,   1971.
Mr.   H.   Tyson.
Master,
"PRINCESS  PATRICIA".
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Further,to my letter .of May 12th, 1971 regarding
arrangements for your vessel to take on up to','. . -..«.
500 barrels of fuel oil at Juneau each. trip.  ■„.,,<''.
when weather conditions are such as to cause
serious risk of damage to the vessel or facilities,
please arrange with.all concerned at Juneau to /<',/
cancel,the shift for that particular trip. The
notification of cancellation should be made as far...
in advance as possible. ..."'-.'■'
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Manager,- Marine. .Operations.
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cc:,, Chief Engineer )' ftp •
. •■'..-•'.Purser ,      ')  .
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rice.ss Patricia"
'Mr. H. R. Impey, Vancouver.
Mr..H. J.lTumilty, -Victoria.
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 VASTEST SERVICES *-td.
Specialists in Marine Boiler Water Treatment
MARINE SERVICE DEPARTMENT
REPRESENTATIVES FOR BULL & ROBERTS,   INC.   (HALL SYSTEM)
555  HOMER STREET
VANCOUVER  3,  B.C.
TELEPHONE:   604-685-5622
REPORT OF BOILER WATER CONDITIONS
Vessel: s/s ..Q*1*M*/1MW3M.JAJSICIA  Voy:... 2nd...garter    Re^ft Date. June...15th/71
Date Sampled:  ■HAY...25.tJa ?! ". g  Samples Tested: . J^e ■,.7thr„1971
BOILER WATER
BOILERS
NO.    1
NO.    2
Ho.   3
AUX.
"A" Reading (ML)
10.8
9.9
3.6
9.9
'B" Reading (ML)
8.9
8.8
3.3
9.6
Chlorides (ML)
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.8
Phosphates (P04PPM.)
>   100
100
10
4-0
Total Diss. Solids (PPM)
960
890
320
940
A.C. ChilledWater-(P.P.M-CS)
Other
Recommendations - Comment
On May 31st, 1971, a Service Visit was made to this Vessel
and samples of Boiler Water were picked up along with copies of
Heport of Boiler Water Control Sheets, for period May 17th -
May 28th.
No. 3 Boiler readings are low for Alkalinity A & B; also
TDS Reading are low as well as Phosphate Level.  The report of Boiler
Water Conditioning indicates that readings have heen consistent
for the period under review.
FRANK SHEA
Marine Service Engineer
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Manager, Marine Operations
Pier -B- Vancouver B.C.
Canadian (Pacific
Prinoess Patricia
Pier/-B-
VanCouver BeC.
Dear Sir.
Due to adverse weather conditions in Queen Charlotte Sound May I6th<>
Lunch had to be delayed one hour and fifteen minute.
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All Dining room chairs and tables were lashed also the usual precautionary measures taken in the Princess Room and News Stand, all chairs in the
Solarium were lashed and no damage or injuries we're incurred however we did
have a flood caused by a bad pipe located at the base of the bath tub in
special Roam 222, the water poured down to the lower deck, this was secured
by the Maintenance Engineer, as, jfehe,. Bedroom Stewards were unable to service
some of the staterooms in the A.M. due to the Patrons; being seasick these
rooms could not be made up until after lunch which in-turn incurred some
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Specialists in Marine Boiler Water Treatment
MARINE SERVICE DEPARTMENT
REPRESENTATIVES FOR BULL & ROBERTS,   INC.   (HALL SYSTEM)
555   HOMER  STREET
VANCOUVER  3,  B.C.
TELEPHONE:   604-685-5622
REPORT OF BOILER WATER CONDITIONS
Vessel:   s/s ....Q.fl*l#../..^MagU 1 &    Voy:     Repprt Date: .lpril.25.tti/7i
•PAIrtlCIA*  AT VTOTGKIA
Date Sampled: MQ        Samples Tested: 	
BOILER WATER
BOILERS
"A" Reading (ML)
(tB" Reading (ML)
Chlorides (ML)
Phosphates (P04PPM.)
Total Diss. Solids (PPM)
A.C Chilled Water-(P. RM-CS)
Other
Recommendations — Comment
Visit to C.P.R. terminal at Victoria* Belleville street* Mr*
Tumilty's office to discuss ships* Marguerite and Patricia Season*s
Steaming Schedule for service calls rej Boiler water Treatment*
Mr. Tumilty awa^*  rfent aboard ^Marguerite*1, talked with Mr. H* Locke*
lo testing of Boiler Water as f%%  treatment initiated and Boilers
steaming for first run of Machinery on testa prior to starting Wmmmt
Schedule.  3a»ple Bottles left for forwarding.
Aboard "Patricia11 talked with Mr. J* Irwin and Hr* H* Bedford.
lo smm.pl®a available. Bottles' left for sampleo and will visit ship during
month of Hay at Vancouver Terminal when schedule of Dates ship is in
Vancouver is made available*
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Marine Jervioe .Engineer
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 VASTEST SERVICES L.d.
Specialists in Marine Boiler Water Treatment
MARINE SERVICE DEPARTMENT
REPRESENTATIVES FOR BULL& ROBERTS,   INC.   (HALL SYSTEM)
555   HOMER  STREET
VANCOUVER  3,  B.C.
TELEPHONE:   604-685-5622
REPORT OF ROILER WATER CONDITIONS
Vessel: s/s 0.P.E.„/. PATRICIA  Voy:..2nd..CJharter/71     Repprt Date:May 23/71
Date Sampled:  IQ..SM.PL.ES,,,, ,     Samples Tested:
BOILER WATER
BOILERS
(<A" Reading (ML)
"B" Reading (ML)
Chlorides (ML)
Phosphates (P04PPM.)
Total Diss. Solids (PPM)
A.C. Chilled Water- (P.RM-CS)
Other
Recommendations — Comment
On May 23rd, 1971, visited this Vessel at C.P.R. / Pier *1«,
Vancouver.  Second Engineer, Mr. H. Medford discussed Treatment of
Boiler Water and results since starting up.  Auxiliary Boiler
readings high and other Boilers not yet at satisfactory levels.
Ho samples available for lab test. Met Chief Engineer Mr. J. Irwin
and informed that ship will return on May 31st, 1971.  Samples for
lab test will be made available then.
Information on Phosphate Test Comparator will be forwarded.
FRANK SHEA
Marine Service Engineer
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CC: BULL & ROBERTS, INC.
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5. J. Tnfflllty»..Sftq»'-. .i.-.->iUl-s--i>
fester,
tlP!riB»ess Patricia*, Vancouver, B. 0.
Inclosed please find, for placement with ship#s papers,
Docking Report for yoar vessel is Esquiaalt Drydoek, April 26tM,
1971.
tost. Supt. (Sagineering)
■■.U"C .V-t. '■:■
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC" RAILWAY    COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Victoria, B»C,
File 4.653-D
To Whom It May Concern:-
This is to certify that  ______
Permanent number [ , is employed in the
Department of this Service.
Mr.
__ has been in our employ sinee
on the "Princess
,, and at present is employed as
Manager
 5,000-8-50 .. Form   B.C.C.S.   81
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   COAST  STEAMSHIP  SERVICE
DOCKING   REPORT
Steamer.......^.^?.?.?.l.M?Ma..            Dry Dock M«4»alt..Dryd.OCk   	
Pumping or Hauling Commenced:  Time...,...?.?.3.6.JK  j^te April..26th 19...71
Ship took the Blocks:  Time... .19 J.9?...?....-..:	
Dock Dry:  Time .iP.?3Q„K  Date April.j2.6th. 19.71
Plugs Removed:  Port ...Ml  Starboard .....fill...:	
Details of work done to Ship's Bottom or Rudder and Propeller: . .
Bottoa saadawept from keel to deep load line apd froa deep load line to	
underside of guard. Port and starboard propellers removed and spares fitted.
 Indent.. oa..pprt..b^^^ 	
recaulked.
 Susp.e^te.d....sey^rff...dam	
Names of Paints Used and Amounts in Gallons .9.Q.-gallOSS...BapCO..PerrO-gard...aHd-.-80...gals».-JaapcO-.-Coastal
__,..,,      „„       anti-fouliag
General Condition of Bottom before and after Scnibbing....?9.t-t9.0..fair^ :......
.fcariucle...grm^^^
good after •washing. . ,
Plugs Replaced:   Time -    Date.. 19 '..
By Whom, with Initials of Person	
Dock Flooded or Ways Lowered Away:  Time 14*30 -K  Date.-April...?_8.th 19...71
Ship Afloat: Time 3L£*3P..K Date Apr.il..2gth  19.51
If Docked with Assistance, name Tug T.UgS..QoK®.t. .OJld..Poflk^-t.--toU©c]....VeSSel. ,from -VlctOP-ia-t©	
....Isqulsalt... :. : '....'. ,	
(Signed) (Signed)
Master Asst. SaP^rintendeiit (Engifein%farge-
The Master will forward original to Marine Superintendent, Victoria;  retaining copy on board ship.
 Z5A Belleville St.,
Victoria, 8. G.s
;" Kay 18th, 1971,
R. Baird, "#b<|*.»., •,.
Sr. Steasaship inspector,
Ste&asbip Inspection-Service,.  ,.,.....-_
6th Floor, ■'■■-- ' "
l405:Dot8g.las:,St., . ;.._   .  ,
Victoria," iB. C.     •■•■■••*	
Dear Sir, ••.,'•.'.,. . ■' :.   -■''."*.    ,
inclosed are Safety Valve <Joap. Blag sizes for our
vessel, the 'Princess Patricia", for the year 1971, for your records.
.,;•■.:     foura truly, ■':
, .'       ..,  * ■ • ■ ; Asst. Superintendent (BRgiReering)
(Mr. Stewart picking up his copy at office),
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"C~ A,...NJL.D. IAN       PACIFIC       RAILWAY       COMPANY
"British Columbia  Coast   Steamship Service
EMPLOYEE'S RECORD SLIP
Office or vessel   Submitted by	
EMPLOYED
SUCCEEDING
Name
TSurname) (Christian Names)
Employee fs No.
Po.sition
Date, employed.
Name
(Sur:
name
T
Employee's No.
Position
Last day-worked
(Christian'
Names)
Leave days due (if any)
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1971        "PRINCESS PATRICIA"
SAFETY VALVE COMP
. RINGS
FWD.
AFT.
No.  1
0.310"
0.282"
Mo. 2
0.385"
0.510"
No. 3
0.122"
0.18^"
No. i
0.284"
0.276"
Aujc.
0.283"
0.266"
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Date   Vancouver, May 12, 1971 Files    4994
from   Mr. H. Tyson
*■ Master
Purser
I
ChTefrEnginser    "Princess Patricia'
Chief Steward )
Arrangements have been made for your vessel to take
on up to 500 barrels of fuel oil at Juneau, Alaska
southbound each trip during the forthcoming Alaska
season.
It will be necessary for your ship to shift to the
oil dock to take on  this fuel, it has been arranged
by Chevron International Oil Company of Alaska.
I am given to understand that it is not necessary
when taking on fuel at the oil dock, to prevent any
passengers from being on board, but, I understand
they will not be permitted to disembark at this dock.
Manager, Marine Operations
Ag
cc. Mr. H. J. Tu#ilty
Liv)Form 101T-R
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REPRESENTING   WALTER   K1DDE   COMPANY   OF   CANADA   LTD.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
Purchasing Dept.,
P.O. Box 370,
Victoria,  B.  C.
INSPECTION  CE1TIFICATE
NAME OF INSTALLATION:
"PRINCESS   PATRICIA."
This is to certify that our representative from above firm has inspected the equipment
noted below and he has left the equipment in good operating condition.
18  -  80 lb. C02 Cylinders were checked with Liquid
Level Indicator and found to be full of C02.
2 -  New 50 ft. High Pressure C02 Discharge Hoses
were installed on Hose Reels in Engine Room.
INSPECTION    MADE   BY: R,.....Re..dg£.a..Y.e...
date:, .Apr.. 28 _.._ 1.971.	
customer's order no.64940-9-982-10363-1.
Our  Invoice  No.    PC   19707.
For
PACIFIC   COAST   FIRE  EQUIPMENT   LTD.
904  Pandora; Ave.^  Victoria,     B.C.
R.   Redgrave, ~~
Service  Engineer.
-
 PACIFL COAST FIRE EQUIPA..NT LTD.
REPRESENTING    WALTER    KIDDE   COMPANY    OF   CANADA    LTD.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
Purchasing Dept.,
P.O. Box 370,
Victoria,  B.  C.
INSPECTION CERTIFICATE
NAME OF INSTALLATION:
"PRINCESS   PATRICIA."
This is to certify that our representative from above firm has inspected the equipment
noted below and he has left the equipment in good operating condition.
18  -  80 lb. C02 Cylinders were checked with Liquid
Level Indicator and found to be full of C02.
2  -  New 50 ft. High Pressure C02 Discharge Hoses
were installed on Hose Reels in Engine Room.
inspection made by: R.,,....Re..dgE.ay.e...
date:, ..Apr.   28.,. ...1971.	
CUSTOMERS  ORDER   No.64 940-,?-? 812-1 03 6 3-1.
Our   Invoice  No.    PC   19707.
For
PACIFIC   COAST   FIRE  EQUIPMENT   LTD.
904  Pandorai Ave^   Victoria,     B.C.
R.   Redgrave, '
Siervice  Engineer.
 Date
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Internal Correspondence tm^*
Vancouver, April 14# 1971 .     File No.s 13913,
Mr. H. Tyson*
To r# A. McDermott, Montreal.
With reference to your letter of April 7th in
connection with the U.S. T*feter Quality Improvei&ent
Act.
Certificate of Financial Responsibility (Oil
Pollution) No. 02366 has been forwarded to the
Master of the "Princess Patricia" fee posting
along with the other certificates.
Certificate of Financial Responsibility (Oil
Pollution) No* 02366 has also heen  forwarded
to the Master of the "Princess Marguerite" for
posting in the usual manner.
The "Princess Patricia" will commence service on
the Alaska Route May 15thf 1971 and will reioain in
that service until October 6thf 1971.
The "Princess Marguerite" will enter service on
the Victoria-Seattle route on April 29tht   1971,
leaving Victoria at lQsQOK that date for Seattle.
On April 30th that vessel will corttmence regular
service between Victoria and Seattle remaining
on that route until October 2t   1971.
Manager, mri/e Operations.
>rm 101T-R
c.cTI^, Master, "Princess Patricia".
c.c.oT^testar, "Princess Marguerite"
cc.    Mr. H.J. Tumilty.
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J^praiHartttmf Olomftuaatnn
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CERTIFICATE OF FINANCIAL
RESPONSIBILITY (OIL POLLUTION)
No     02366 ■;
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
has evidenced financial responsibility to meet the liability to the United States of America
which may result from the discharge of oil into or upon the navigable waters of the United
States, adjoining shorelines, or into or upon the waters of the contiguous zone.
This Certificate, covering the vessel    princess patricia j is issued pursuant to
the authority contained in section 11 (p) (1) of Public Law 91-224; and is subject to the provisions of said Law, Part 542, Chapter IV of Title 46 of the Code of Federal Regulations
as it is or may be amended, the pertinent provisions of other applicable regulations promulgated under said Public Law, and the conditions set forth on the reverse of this
certificate.
By Direction of the Federal Maritime Commission
Effective:      April 3,   1971
Managing Director
 Mbral Mmtxmt (HCmmm&mn
fto&muQM. 2B5Z3
CERTIFICATE OF* FINANCIAL
RESPONSIBILITY (OIL POLLUTION)
NJn.   02366
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT     -
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
has evidenced financial responsibility to meet the liability to the United States of America
which may result from the discharge of oil into or upon the navigable waters of the United
States, adjoining shorelines, or into or upon the waters of the contiguous zone.
This Certificate, covering the vessel princess marguerite , is issued pursuant to
the authority contained in section 11 (p) (1) of Public Law 91-224; and is subject to the provisions of said Law, Part 542, Chapter IV of Title 46 of the Code of Federal Regulations
as it is or may be amended, the pertinent provisions of other applicable regulations promulgated under said Public Law, and the conditions set forth on the reverse of this
certificate. .■' 4
By Direction of the Federal Maritime Commission
Effective:     April 3,  1971
Managing Director
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P.O.  BOX 663
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CATHODIC & ELECTROLYTIC ENGINEERS
RESEARCH and SURVEYS
REGISTERED
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PATENTED
"STE^
ALL   TYPES  SEA-WATER   SYSTEMS
PROTECTED
CORROSION  AND  MARINE  GROWTH
date May.„M;3,..l;9Zl.;;..
HEAD OFFICE
VICTORIA,  B.C.
TELEPHONE
385-6931   -   385-1113
Mr. H. Tumilty, Superintendent Engineer.,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
B. C. Coast Services,
390 Belleville Street,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir:-
T.E.V."PRINCESS PATRICIA"
Enclosed herewith please find'copies of the final
inspection report as submitted by our Field Inspector
Mr. R. Polkey prior to the departure of the vessel on
regular summer schedule.
The system is now considered to be in excellent
summer working condition and.all components working in
correct manner.
Trusting that the above and report will be to your
satisfaction.
Yours truly,
ELECTROLYTIC MARINE CORROSION SERVICES LTD.
/  J. A./Reader,
Marine Consultant,
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CORROSION  AND   MARINE  GROWTH
,ATB  May 14, 19 71
TO: Mr.. F. L. Chappell,
Technical Director.
Sin
ger Inspection of T.E.V. "PRINCESg PATRICIA"
On May 13th. ,. the. undersigned inspected the "Cathelco"
System on the above vessel.  All electrical components were
found to. be working satisfactorily.  Minor current adjustments were carried out where found necessary.  All anodes
were working satisfactorily.
Yours truly,
R. Polke^
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Internal Correspondence
Date      Vancouver,   April  14,   1971 • File No»s   4994,
From
To
Mr.  H.  Tyson,
Mr.   J.R.  Sproson,   Winnipeg.
Further  to my letter  of March  31st,   your  File No.
1150/71  concerning fuel-oil  for  the   "Princess
Patricia"  at Prince Rupert.
The Superintendent of Canadian National  Steamships,
informed me yesterday that they have no objection
to the   "Princess  Patricia"  taking on fuel-oil  from
tank-trucks at their dock in Drince Rupert.
As mentioned,   the vessel will require approximately
500 barrels each trip.     Therefore,   I would appreciate
your making the necessary arrangements  to have
Bunker   "C" or  Bunker   ISB"  fuel-oil provided from tank-
trucks each trip,
The   "Princess  Patricia"  will arrive at Prince  Rupert
2i00 p.m.   on the  following datess-
May  21,   1971.
May 29,   1971.
June 6th,   14th,   22nd,   & 30th,   1971.
July 8th,   16thi   & 24th,   1971.
August  1st,   9th,   17th,   25th,   1971.
September  2nd,   10th,   18th & 26th,   1971.
October  4th,   1971.
Ihe   "Princess  Patricia" will depart  Prince Rupert at
4i45 p.m.
r^Form 101T-R
^^ Manager, Marixmf Operations .
c^^||Mr. G. Lawson, 6N Steamships,
cc. jRt. H.J. Tumilty.
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c#c. Mr. G. Lawson,
Marine Superintendent,
Canadian National Steamships,
Ft. of Main Street,
Vancouver, B.C.
This has reference our discussion of yesterday.  I
very much appreciate the kind consideration you have
given this matter.  I discussed this matter with the
Harbour Master At Prince Rupert yesterday in line with
our conversation.
Yours sincerely,
Manager, Marine Operations.
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FORM I0IA
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P.O.  BOX 663 HEAD OFFICE
CATHODIC Qt ELECTROLYTIC ENGINEERS .... „,A    _ „
VICTORIA,  B.C.
RESEARCH AND SURVEYS
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TELEPHONE
Subject  Ps'iPt  '     '\ 385-6931    -    385-1113
REGISTERED        V?J  ^Sl3jfci^7-li'j PATENTED
ALL  TYPES SEA-WATER  SYSTEMS
PROTECTED
CORROSION  AND  MARINE  GROWTH
date Harch.,31.?...ia71...;.
Mr. Hugh Tumilty,
B. C. Coast Services,
3 90 Belleville Street,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir:-
Re: Inspection of the "Cathelco" System as fitted
in the C.P.R. Steamships - T.E.V."PRINCESS
MARGUERITE" S T.E.V."PRINCESS PATRICIA".
Forwarded herewith for your information, please find
copies of the Inspection reports as submitted by our Field
Supervisor Mr. G. W. Mangelsen on the above named vessels.
It will be noted that our Supervisor was satisfied  »
that no anodes were required for the "PRINCESS PATRICIA" and
only one anode had to be renewed in the "PRINCESS MARGEURITE".
Trusting that the above will be to your satisfaction.
Yours truly,
ELECTROLYTIC MARINE CORROSION SERVICES LTD.
J. A. Reader,.
Marine Consultant.
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ALL   TYPES    SEA-WATER    SYSTEMS
PROTECTED
CDRRDSIDN   and   MARINE   GROWTH
DATE______March___3_g_Ji __1971___
TO: Mr. F. L. Chappell,
Technical Director.
Sir:-      Re: Inspection and Service "Cathelco" System
in T.E.V."PRINCESS PATRICIA"	
On March 18th., 1971, the undersigned accompanied by
R. Polkey inspected and serviced the "Cathelco" System as
fitted in the above vessel.  After examination, all anodes
were found working satisfactorily, with all anodes having
sufficient material to last another season.  Control panels
and anode current settings will be checked before this
vessel commences regular service.
Yours truly,
G. W. Mangelsen,
Field Inspector.
TELEPHONE
EV 5-6931    -    EV 5-1113
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Vancouver, March 26, 1971        File:  S-21150
Mr. H. Tyson
Mr# F. I),   burner, Montreal
Reference your form PF 12 dated March 11th, file 11^305
concerning nicolas Udrea, Oiler,. Princess Patricia and
various.
This will confirm Mr. Udrea will be retired without
pension effective November 1, 1971.
Mwaerger,  Marine Operations
cc.     Mr.   J.   N.   Frsine „,
Mr.   H.   J.   Tumilty
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FORM  101A
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To
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CPRall
Internal Correspondence
Vancouver, March 30, 1971.    File No.s 4994,
Mr. H. Tyson.
Mr.   J.R.  Sproson,  Winnipeg.
Reference various exchanges in correspondence,
your File No.s 1150/71 regarding the matter of
Bunker "C" or Diesel Oil being supplied to the
"Princess  Patricia"  at Ketchikan or  Prince Rupert.
In  1963  the   "Princess   Patricia."  required to take  on
Bunker   "C"  oil at Prince  Rupert and at that time
arrangements  were made  to have   Imperial Oil  supply
the  oil.     Canadian National  informed me yesterday
that  occasionally they take  on oil at  the  Imperial
Oil Company's dock at  Prince Rupert.     I would
therefore appreciate your developing this matter  further.
We would require approximately 250 barrels  each trip
of  Blanker   "C" preferably,   or Diesel Oil.
Manager,  Marine Operations.
c^
.   Mr.   H.J.   Tumilty.
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Internal Correspondence
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Date   Vancouver,   March  31,   1971.
From   Mr.   H.   Tyson.
To   Mr.   J,R.   Sproson,   Winnipeg.
File No.s 4994,
Further to my letter of/MarcT^30th, your File No.:
1150/71 concerning fueJL-oil/for the "Princess
Patricia".  I now finja thax we will require either
Bunker "C" or Bunker/" 3"/oil at Prince Rupert for
this vessel.
There is a possibility that at times the "Princess
Patricia" may require as much as 500 barrels.
Ma na ger, Ma r i ne Op er a t i ons ,
cc. Mr. H.J. Tumilty.
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Internal Correspondence
Vancouver, B. C.     March 8, 1971  Pile:  13913
CPRail w W^d
Date
From  Mr.   H.   Tyson
To
Reference your letter March 4th, file 7S696-G, attaching
resume of items discussed at an anti-pollution
meeting held in Montreal February 9 and 10 last.
It is recommended that those appointed from the Pacific
Region to deal with the anti-pollution matters make a
survey of the fuel arrangements on Vancouver Wharf.
As you know we obtain oil direct from the Gulf Oil
tanks and furthermore the Princess Patricia is bunkered
@t the north end of Pier B-C viz, Berth 4 during the
summer months.  While the Chief Engineer is always on
hand during the period the vessel is taking on fuel
oil, nevertheless it would not do any harm to have
a survey made in the event that further steps could
be taken to avoid oil spillage any time.
Manager, Marine Operations
cc:  Mr. Ho Jo Tumilty
Victoria
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)Form 101T-R
 FORM   A-3I2   5M-IO-67
REVISED
SHIP REPAIRERS
SHIPBUILDERS
INVOICE
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TELEPHONE 385-4421 SHIPYARD,  MARINE RAILWAY AND DRYDOCKS AT ESQU1MALT HARBOUR
TELEX 044-81 65 LIFTING CAPACITY OP MARINE RAILWAY 2.SOO TONS
CABLE:   "YARROWS." VICTORIA Esquimalt Graving Dock 1,ISO Feet Long
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Canadian Pacific,
Purchasing Department,
P. 0. Box 370,
Victoria, B. C.
1
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P.O. BOX 1030
Victoria, B.C.
Canada
March 24th, 1971
To:               "PRINCESS PATRICIA"
■'■■           CALORIFIER
Transporting calorifier from Canadian Pacific wharf
. "-:  ' , •
to shipyard and returning to Canadian Pacific Wharf
on completion of repairs.
'.>.■■ ..'■
Fabricating jig, using original tube unit as pattern.
' .'•
Supplying material and machining 2 in no. .§•" tube
plates, one at approx. 24" dia. and one at approx.
18" dia.
Supplying and rolling in 19 in no. 2" copper tubes.. '
Machining 38 in no. tapered steel ferrules and
fitting 38 in no. 36 oz. copper retarders in tube
ends.                              ■'..•'"..,.
Hydrostatically testing unit to 20 P.S.I. .
F.S.T.  Ex - C.S.A.
$   1,224
00
S.S.T.  Ex- Sec. 5. • \,      '               ''•'.•••'.; ■'■- ■•;.•;
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2949 Bridge Street
VICTORIA,   B.C.
TELEPHONE   385-3542
SAND   BLASTING
HEAVY   MASTIC  SPRAYING
EPOXY   COATINGS
DISTRIBUTORS   FOR   .   .   .
INSULMAST1C   PRODUCTS
SYNTERRA    FLOORING
MONOPLATE   FLOORING
APPLICATORS   OF   .   .   .
TROWELLED   DECKINGS,   FLOORING
AND   UNDERLAYMENT  FOR  MARINE.
INDUSTRIAL   COMMERCIAL  AND
RESIDENTIAL   USE
Mar. 17/71
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
390 Bellville St.,
Victoria, B. C.
A'ttn. H. Tumbilty,
Dear Sir,
We take pleasure in submitting a quote on leveling in
shower rooms and to scupper in cabins Ho. 144, 150, 158, 339, 417,
411, 415, and 418 using Plastic Stone Marine Deck with a finish
coat of U, P. C. with colour to suit for the sum of 1297.75.
lours Truly,
Cartwright Coatings Ltd.,
L. Cartwright,
President.
 @antw>tiy6t 0aati*tf4, sdtd.
2949 Bridge Street
VICTORIA,   B.C.
TELEPHONE   385-3542
SAND   BLASTING
HEAVY  MASTIC  SPRAYING
EPOXY   COATINGS
DISTRIBUTORS  for   .   .   .
INSULMAST1C   PRODUCTS
SYNTERRA   FLOORING
MONOPLATE   FLOORING
APPLICATORS   OF   .   .   .
TROWELLED   DECKINGS,   FLOORING
AND   UNDERLAYMENT  FOR  MARINE.
,     INDUSTRIAL  COMMERCIAL'AND
RESIDENTIAL   USE
March 17, 1971
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
390 Bellville St.,
Victoria, B. C.
A'ttn. H. Tumbilty,
Dear Sir,
We take pleasure in quoting on the Princess Patricia
swimming pool top area onlya as followsj
To strip and supply and apply Plastic Stone Marine
Deck -|" thick with a glaze finish seal coat for the sum of $761.40.
Yours truly,
Cartwright Coatings Ltd.,
L. Cartwright,
President.
 254 IWLl^viXlif §fe*f
fcroh 9th* 1971 ■
Savior 'J5fcaamsbip IMptdtdr*
St«&tt&hlp Xnapeetioii 8**nrie#f
H<55 Douglas Si**
fietorim* B« €*•
"Bw Sir,
¥ha wood tnak d«tek iusli# th# lAfttlhouft*
of omr v*aa«»l, th* J^hrtMMN B&trieia11, rotted out* &*0*ft8fttifig
th# r*iwnil of tha wood ftjsd r#placmii«^t with «§4pi»$itf* diktat*
fount t3*u2grf
Assitteiit Sup#rliit#»#«tiii (Wxigimmimg)
 COMMANDER, 13TH COAST GUARD DISTRICT
_ _ . /   \ -
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS #75 (p. 3)
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(CHARGES BI A333S TO MV«&TION - continued -)
6. McDonald Point Light (L.L. No. 2$k&)  has been numbered "8" and hereafter will
be known as McDonald Point Light 8 (L.L. No. 2£U6). The light has been
increased in intensity to 100 candlepower* with a higher intensity beam
directed up and down the lake. No other change.
7. East Point light (L.L. No. 2$kl)  has been numbered "9t! and hereafter will be
known as East Point Light 9  (L.L. No. 25U7)• The light has been increased
in intensity to 100 candlepower* with a higher intensity beam directed up
and down the lake. No other change.
$• Spokane Point Light (L.L. No. 25U8) has been numbered ,f10n and hereafter
will be known as Spokane Point Light 10 (L.L. No. 25U8). The light has been
increased in intensity to 6o candlepower* with a higher intensity beam
directed up and down the lake. No other change.
9# Shingle Bay Light (L.L. No. 2$k9)  has been numbered tJlln and hereafter will
be knoxtfa as Shingle Bay Light 11 (L.L. No. 251*9)•
10. St. Joe RiveFlntrance Ligfct (L.'L. No. 2550) has been numbered »12!* and
hereafter will be known as St. Joe River Entrance Light 12 (L.L. No. 2550).
The light intensity has been increased to "ST candlepower. "' The structure
now consists of a triangular shaped red daymark with a red reflective border,
on a dolphin. No other change.
AMENDMENTS TO LIGHT LIST:
L.L. No.
or Page      Na^ie of Aid
llpdi    "Astoria Range Lighted Buoy l|0.
p# 116 Sturgeon Point Buoy 3.
p. 116 Memaloose Island Buoy 2.
p. 116 Memaloose Island Buoy km
p. 116 Browns Island Buoy 6.
p. 116 Dillon Buoy 8.
p. 11,6 Railroad Bridge Approach
Buoy 10.
p. 11? Hells Gate Rapids Buoy 13•
p. 117 Miller Island South Channel
Buoy 2.
p. 117 Miller Island South Channel
Buoy km
p. 117 Miller Island South Channel
Buoy 5.
p. 117 Hells Gate Rapids Buoy 1>.
p. 117 Ferry Island Buoy 18.
p. 118 Rufus Buoy 20.
p. 118 Preachers Eddy Buoy 21.
p. 118 Preachers Eddy Buoy 22.
p. 118 Preachers Eddy Buoy 2l*.
p. 118 Preachers Eddy Buoy 26.
p. 118 Preachers Eddy Buoy 28.
p. 118 Preachers Eddy Buoy 28A.
2UI4.O  LaConner Range Rear Light.
Column
Change to L.L.
(7)'
Ra ref.
(6)
Black oil dram.
(6)
Red oil drum.
(6)
Red oil drum.
(6)
Red oil drum.
(6)
Red oil drum.
(6)
Red oil drum.
(6)
Black oil drum.
(6)
Red oil drum.
(6)
Red oil drum.
(6)
Black oil drum.
(6)
Black oil drum.
(6)
Red oil drum.
(6)
Red oil drum.
(6)
Black oil drum.
(6)
Red oil drum.
(6)
Red oil drum.
(6)
Red oil drum.
(6)
Red oil drum.
(6)
Red oil drum.
(3)
On shore* 180 yards 002°
light.
from front
F. V. HELMER
Rear Admiral, U. S. Coast Guard
Commander, Thirteenth Coast Guard District
DATE: 12 DECEMBER 1?68
NOTICE NO. 1$  (p. 3)
 -
254 Belleville St.,  .,
Victoria, B. 0.,
March 9th, 1971.
R. Baird, ®Sq.,
Sealer Steamship Inspector,
Steamship Inspection -Service,
Hog Douglas ®b>.';
"~ '*""'   Victoria^ B. S.~ ™~   ~  ""'~	
Dear Sir,
We are covering la the steel swimming pool
aboard our vessel, the "Princess Patricia'', and fitting it
with a 36-inch wide wooden door on the port after side*
fhe purpose is to convert this pool into a storage locker
suitable for storing bread, cakes and Other bakery goods.
lours truly,
Assistant Superintendent (Engineering)
 COMMANDER, 13TH COAST GUARD DISTRICT LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS iflk (p. 3)   .:
____________      ________________ ___._._ _ _ _ _ i .. _ ^
(STANDARD LIGHT PHi\SE ChaHACTERISTICS - INFORMATION - continued -)
For the time being no changes will be made to the lighted aids on the Western Rivers
of the United States. Studies are now underway to determine the extent to which
these new standards will be applied on the Western Rivers. No change is expected
to be made in the characteristics now used to identify the Left Bank and Right Bank
of those Rivers.    c*
. F. V. HELMER
Rear Admiral, U. S. Coast Guard
Commander, Thirteenth Coast Guard District
DATE: 9 DECEMBER 1968
NOTICE NO. 74 (p. 3)
 JBAY .  '
RMS VICTORIA FEB 25
TOR H J TUMILTYS .   -
NEW STORE ROOM SHOULD CONTAIN BREAD PRODUCTS, CAKES, AND OTHER DRY
BAKERY GOODS. DEFINATLY N 0 REPEAT N 0 HEAVY CANNED GOODS.
F HARRIS VANCOUVER
LGA     16:00K       -
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254 Belleville St'.',
Victoria^ B. C.^
February 19th^ 1971
U. Haddock, Usq.,
tarfi Banager,
farrows Limited,
Victoria, B* 6*
"Bear Sir, '  -—
Enclosed are the specifioations for the
drydocking of our vessel, the "ffctecess Patricia**, to be
oisrried out by your yard during the period April 'afchj 27th
end 28th, 1971.
I would be obliged If, at y-our earliest
convenience, you would give m en'estimate as to what the
eost of the drydooking will be*
yours truly.
Asst. Superintendent (ISngineering)
cc - H. Tyson, Esq.,
Vancouver.
For your information.
Asst. Supt. (ingr.)
 ■_*
CANADA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
NOTICE TO SHIPPING
ISSUED   BY   DISTRICT   MANAGER.   VICTORIA
NUMBER
190
DATE
December 6>
1968
1,
VANCOUV
ER ISI
AND - EAST COAST
- HARQ Si'bAlTS - OAK B.-Ot
-_Cr
iTTLE
POINT ~
Operation of Buoy
Cattle
Point
Spar Buoy UL 105
is reported missing from
its
charted
position.
CHS Chart 3423
B. C. Pilot, Vol. 1, 1965, pg. 94
HECAfE STR/ilT - KEMANO SOUND -  PUCKERS ISLAND - Operation of Light
The'District Manager, Prince Rupert, advises:
Duckers Island Light LL 629 is not burning.
CHS Charts 3724 and 3737
B. C. Pilot, Vol. 2, 1961, pg. 216
<■--""" "l. e. slaght      0     . ^
Victoria, B.   C. District Manager
REPORT ALL DEFECTS IN AIDS TO NAVIGATION SOUTH OF CAPE CAUTION TO VICTORIA MARINE SERVICES
BASE COLLECT BY TELEPHONE 382-7215 LOCAL 34 OR WIRE DISTRICT MANAGER, DEPT. OF TRANSPORT
FEDERAL BUILDING, VICTORIA, B.C.
REPORT ALL DEFECTS IN AIDS TO NAVIGATION NORTH OF CAPE CAUTION TO PRINCE RUPERT MARINE
SERVICES BASE COLLECT BY TEL 3>NE 624-9146 OR WIRE DISTRICT MAN -,ER, DEPT. OF TRANSPORT SEAL
COVE, PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.
 COPY
25U  Belleville St.,
•Victoria,' B. C,
. February 16th, 1971.
The Secretary,
Lloyd'3 Register of Shipping,
71 Frenchurch Street,
London, E.C. 3, England.
Dear Sir, , ' ." : -.' \; '/  .        '
In reference to our letter dated February
2nd, 1971, in"connection with the placement of "the Master-Record
folders aboard;'our vessels, .the- T.E-.V. "Princess Marguerite" and }'■
"Princess Patricia".-' ' ''■ -:    .•'■'■'-'
■   ■■  •"'.-'. '■■-. As -our vessels 'are under a continuous survey
we would desire our items for survey reported to us yearly. '
..,'".'     '.'..-'  '' Yours truly,  '■
Asst. :.Superintendent,-. (Engineering)
cc.- Tv Taylor,  Esq.,
Lloyd's Surveyor,
....  219';Mar-ine-rffldgV> -"•
t — • Vancouver 1, .B.   G.
For your, •information. ,
As st. Supt. (Engr.)
 NUMBER
DATE
CANADA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
NOTICE TO SHIPPING
ISSUED   BY   DISTRICT  MANAGER.   VICTORIA
181
November 21, 1968"  '""''' ("'"'" ■
1. VAMCOUVIR ISLAND - WEST COAST - Drilling Operations - S~"DC0135F
Shell Oil, .Company of_ Canada Limited advises that their
drilling rig Sed'co 135? has taken tip position L.9 23 36 N,
127 02 02 W., They, further .advise that the position of
the marker^-buoy, has ^ been altered to l\S  2lj. 35 N,
126 %%£6.y<:,  -and-giat the flash!
.Ojof the.pu^oy. Is.:.-|- second light, 1
ing white light characteristic
h  second dark.
CHS Chart 3614.5, 3001
E/S 83, May 19/67 and N/S 171 item 6, refer,
2.  CHATHAM SOUND'- GUL-L.fi.0QKS - Operation of Light
The District Manager, Prince Rupert, advises that
Gull Rocks Light LL t>87 is not burning.
CHS Charts 3702 and 3735
B. C. Pilot, Vol. 2, 1961, pg.'W +',J"J-
8312-1
3.
'->"'    File - 8112-9
VAnMjVER!TSLANDh'- EAST COAST-- JSTEVENS 'PASSAGE" - SISTERS
ISLAND - GllanKe'ln"S:tJU:ctur-e'^, JJ"
i'ijuJJK
NMR
•_.1-j.
• Sisters Island1 LightxLL I4.93 is now exhibited from a red
_" aluminum 'lahterrr oh: top' of' the new' light- tdwer-i-structure.
~° No Joiher' charig^i1-'The--lantern'-is--10 feet- in^dl-iamet&r*
CHS Chart 3590
b'B.. C'.' Pilot, Vol. 1, 1965, pg. 319
lVSr ;,-.-j I...'-.-., i-„  , ..i .)j;-..3
Pile - 7952-2067
Victoria,  B.   C.
■■v
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/   L.  E.   SLAGRT^mj.
. / ''"""•" D is tr i c t.-. Manager;. "
jc-;
jOAJ
REPORT ALL DEFECTS IN AIDS TO NAVIGATION SOUTH OF CAPE CAUTION TO VICTORIA MARINE SERVICES
BASE COLLECT m~ TELEPHONE 382-7215 LOCAL 34 OR WIRE DISTRICT MANAGER, DEPT OF TRANSPORT
FEDERAL BUILDING, VICTORIA, B.C.
REPORT ALL DEFECTS IN AIDS TO NAVIGATION NORTH OF CAPE CAUTION TO PRINCE RUPERT MARINE
SERVICES BASE COLLECT BY TELE NE 624-9146 OR WIRE DISTRICT MA^' SR, DEPT. OF TRANSPORT SEAL
COVE, PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.
 COPY
February 2, 1971.
File No:  13941
The Secretary,
Lloyd's Register of Shipping,
71 Frenchurch Street,
LONDON, E. C. 3, England.
Dear Sir,
With reference to your letters of December. 16th, 1970, in connection
with the -placement '-©.f--th^-"Jfe.ster Record -folders~bn board the
T.E.V. "Princess Marguerite" and T.E.V. "Princess Patricia".-
These- folders were-placed aboard these two vessels on February 1,
1971.
Yours very truly,-
Manager, Marine Operations.
cc - J. N. Fraine, Esq.,
H. J. Tumilty,- Esq.   .-. ,..
Two copies of further communication from Lloyd's Register of
Shipping, London, are attached, dealing with the inclusion of
the "Princess Marguerite" and "Princess Patricia" in the new
Classification Computer Data Processing System.  One'copy of
each' of "these letters should be handed to the Chief Engineer of
both vessels.
"H. Tyson"
J
 NUMBER
DATE
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
NOTICE TO SHIPPING <
ISSUED   BY   DISTRICT  MANAGER.   VICTORfAV '    r i , r - '
161
October 21,  1968 .    .'- ■.-•'." •-,  ■-   >-,-:?--.;   r,r--:»rT
.-1 r- r r .r .- . .-.,.  c. ■
1.  VANCOUVER ISLAND - EAST COAST - STRAIT OF GEORGIA - BALLSHAS ISLAND -
Firing Notice '«■•<••• ■ •>
■°'" "'-The0 test firing^ of N'non~exp3.o'sive torpedoes may-be conducted-'daily
during daylight hours 'In' AREA WG by units of the Canadian-:-Forces.
Recovery"" operations of lost t'orpedoesimay ,-be conducted day or. night.
Recovery vessels xiri.ll exhibit a flashing red light in addition to the
crprescribed'lights or shapes and should: not'be approached closer than 4500
feet due to outlying moorings. AREA \'Kx  extends approximatelyr
15 miles eastward from Ballenas Island Light.
For further information, vessels may contact Cpmox Radio Station
VAC by radio-telephone.
Sheet 15 - DOT Annual Edition Canadian Notices to Mariners.
• •: iV,+ •-  ' - i'  - 1 .
■'■•■•• i(^-" /■>■ J>
i J
_..,--     L.  E.   SLAGHT'   . •  ;'   - ■   . .   . () -   .,,
Victoria, B.  C. .-"'^^ '    District, Manager-   •'■  , c,  .*;
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REPORT ALL DEFECTS IN AIDS TO NAVIGATION SOUTH OF CAPE CAUTION TO VICTORIA MARINE SERVICES
BASE COLLECT BY TELEPHONE 382-7215 LOCAL 34 OR WIRE DISTRICT MANAGER, DEPT. OF TRANSPORT,
FEDERAL BUILDING, VICTORIA, B.C.
REPORT ALL DEFECTS IN AIDS TO NAVIGATION NORTH OF CAPE CAUTION TO PRINCE RUPERT MARINE
SERVICES BASE COLLECT BY TELEPHONE 624-9146 OR WIRE DISTRICT MANAGER, DEPT. OF TRANSPORT, SEAL
COVE, PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.
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Please address further
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to THE SECRETARY
and quofe the following
•        reference
Classn.
CFA/jka.
CAN.mCiR
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LLOYD'S REGISTER OF SHIPPING        1%
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Telegraphic j Inland: Committee, London, Telex
Address \ Overseas: Committee, London, E.C 3
Telephone: 01-709 9166
Tcttx No.: MM
8SS379
11th Januaxy, 1971.
Dear Sirs,
Ship's name: -\ V*^\<^u^
■-•'■■ •■'■'■■( ' A,
With reference to my letter of the So  - November,
concerning the inclusion of the above ship in
the new Classification Computer Data Processing
System,   it had been hoped that the first Quarterly
Listing, showing the current survey position,
,wpruld be produced towards the end of the present
month. Unfortunately, programming effort has
had to be diverted to another priority application,
and it will not now be possible to produce the   . -.,/.. '■'
listings for Owners, nor the microfilm for the
Outport Surveyors, until the beginning of the
April quarter.
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As from the receipt on board of the Master
Record folder, survey items seen, together with
the appropriate code numbers, will appear on
interim certificates, and it is hoped, therefore,
that to some extent this will reduce the inconvenience
to yourselves.
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Yours faithfully,
Controller of Classification
and Publications.
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•        reference
Classn.
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LLOYD'S REGISTER OF SHIPPING
71, FenchurchStreet, Lond«|gPR£SiO^
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Telegraphic j Inland: Committee, London, Telex
Address \ Overseas: Committee, London, E.C 3
Telephone: 01-709 9166
Telex No.; MM)
8SS379
11th January, 1971.
Dear Sirs,
Ship's name; 'K^
With reference to my letter of the ^  - November,
concerning the inclusion of the above ship in
the new Classification Computer Data Processing
System, it had been hoped that the first Quarterly
Listing, showing the current survey position,
would be produced towards the end of the present
month. Unfortunately, programming effort has
had to be diverted to another priority application,
and it will not now be possible to produce the
listings for Owners, nor the microfilm for the
Outport Surveyors, until the beginning of the
April quarter.
As from the receipt on board of the Master
Record folder, survey items seen, together with
the appropriate code numbers, will appear on
interim certificates, and it is hoped, therefore,
that to some extent this will reduce the inconvenience
to yourselves. .•■'•.'■>
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Yours  faithfully,
C3^4
Controller of Classification
and Publications.
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DATE:     Vancouver,   February   9,   1971.
PROM:      Mr.   H.   Tyson.
TO:     Mr.   H.J.   Tumilty,   Victoria.
For your   information.
Manage^/ Marine  Operations,
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flttr vessel, the efrice«:as Ifetrioia11*, will b«
drydoeked by farrows Ltd. at the Government jBrydock &t $&quimalt
April 26th, 27th and 28th, 1971.  Buring this 'period 1 would he
oblig«s$ .if you have personnel over to coaple'fee the nltrs-soniQ
thiefcBsas. testing -for poyde of the hull of this vessel for" her
20-year survey. '
listed below ar« the areas* to be tested*
(1) %fpe>? and wain decka - All-' 'plating saidship |/2 length. _•/
(2) $Bper and main deeke * All plates in nfteJ? b©lt vicinity of
frasea 0/J&.
(3) $3eH plating in fonaard and after b«lts to eoraplete ae follow**
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(b) After belt, fram 48/49* Keel A, B, 0, fi, K, L & M strekaa
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eo •» H. Tyson, Esq.
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      RAILWAY     COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
REQUISITION FOR PAYMASTER'S WAGE CHEQUES
"Princess ..,......"
Department ........
Date ...........
Capt J. M. Giliison, Vancouver, 3, C.
You are requested to forward wage cheques to the above ship for the
following officers and ratings of this department who will be aboard as at
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Internal Correspondence
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Date    VANCOUVER,  B.  C, August 17,  1970.
From    H. R. Impey
To   Mr. H. Tumilty
FILE: 8-982-10835-0
Please refer to your requisition 8-982-10835-0 covering
Rings and Springs for a Steam Turbine.
Mr. Simmill's office has advised delivery is scheduled
for the end of October 1970. We will keep you advised
if there are any further developments.
fiHt)   FORM   I02A-R
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Internal Correspondence m^
Date  Vancouver, January 28, 197.1.      File No.: 4994.
From Mr. H. Tyson.
70 Mr. J.R. Sproson, Winnipeg.
Reference your letter of January 21st, Pile No.s 1150/71#
regarding desire to have Bunker MClf oil supplied to the
"Princess Patricia" at Prince Rupert or Ketchikan, Alaska.
It is noted that Mobiloil does not have fuel oil available
at these points.  However, in your letter of November 5th,
1970, you mentioned Standard Oil of B.C. is asking Standard
Oil of California to submit a quotation for Bunker "B"
at Ketchikan.  If you have since heard from that company,
I would appreciate receiving your further advice.
Manager, Marine Operations.
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RMS VICTORIA   JAN  22
FOR  IAN  MAC DONALD:
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FROM  WHEEL HOUSE OF PRNS MARG  OR  PRNS  PAT     ON  LOAN  TO TRAILER  R
PRNS  WHILE THEIRS ARE  BEING REPAIRED.
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Date      Vancouver, January 5, 1971.      File No.: T. 71-33 B.
From      H. Tyson, Esq.
To     H.J. Tumilty, Esq., Victoria.
With reference to our discussion of the 4th instant
regarding proposed charter of the "Princess Patricia"
by Universal City Studios.  You will now find attached
photostat copy of letter you received under date of
December 31, 1970, from Mr. R. Baird, Senior Steamship
Inspector, setting forth the requirements in the event
this arrangement is implemented.
*7^	
Manager, Marine Operations.
attachment,
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^T FORM I02A-R
 MARINE SERVICES
SERVICES DE LA MARINE
CANADA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT     ,
MINISTERE  DES TRANSPORTS
STEAMSHIP INSPECTION-SERVICE
528 FEDERAL BUILDING - '.
VICTORIA, B.C. .
YOUR FILE
.   VOTRE REP: ,
IN  REPLY QUOTE
REF. A RAPPELER:
9562-175
December' 31, 1970
Canadian Pacific,
2^4. Belleville Street,
.Victoria, B-. 0. .
.Attention
Dear Mr.■Tumilty,
Mr. H. Tumilty,
Asst, Superintendent
"Princess Patricia"
;'■'£;.        "I  'Reference is made to our recent conversation regarding the
operation of this vessel in Esquimalt Harbour for approximately four .days
with. 70. actors and technicians on board. .  :• _   * . ■
''■',,.'    This will be in order■subject to the following conditions:
■ (a)' the' auxiliary boiler to be in operation, • : '.■■■_.
(b),; -the fire main to be kept pressurized,
(c) an efficient and continuous patrol system to be maintained so that an
Y"* outbreak of fire can be promptly detected,
(d) ' in addition to the lifeboats, Is. x 25 person inflatable life rafts are
-.  .- to be available,  *■•
(e) the minimum crevr to consist of one deck officer, 4 deck hands,
■ '■■'_'  3~engineers and 2 .firemen,. and, • .  •.■'■'' ■ :..i.
(f) a.tug to be standing by.
'.,•■•■.     Please inform this office, prior to this operation in order that;
.an: examination may be carried out.
" -.' '•'.':,.-.' Yours very truly,    . ■' '•; . ■' . ' *
R. Baird,
Senior Steamship Inspector
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-254 Belleville Street,
Victoria, B. C,
December 10th, 1970.
Ifir. G. Dutaz;  "v-.."■' '  .:.,.-;•.:..
Westinghouse. Canadian Ltd., ,..-.,...
Industrial Apparatus Repair Service, •
/'•■'  1330 Vulcan Way,       .! -.'; : ' (--! ; ":;:
'.       . Richmond," B. C..'     '"'•'• ."•'    ■'' .'•'•.
Dear Sir,  ' "      ""•'.•'      /' ' ." ; • ' ". ■ ■
■   . >    ,"  •  i  .■■■■.■.-. --..' " - •■'.• i.     -. '■    :- ■■
• ' j ' ' -''   ~ 'Enclosed are particulars of' electrical■••'•
equipment settings for' our vessels, "the "Princess Marguerite"
and "Princess Patricia", as you requested me to send you.
Yours truly,
Asst. Superintendent (ifcgineering)
 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
NQTIQE TO SHIPPING
ISSUED, BY   DISTRICT   MANAGER,   VICTORIA
,ov:\r crf.-!-or .-^.rp-— ci
NUMBER   jr.g *
DATE
October 15,  1968
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VANCOUVER ISLAND - -.EST COAST - JUAN DE FUCA STRAIT - Fishing Notice
™ " iii. —-- ■ """ ^ v.:      'W'!V- . ,     _i.l
The Department of Fisheries.rXPac;Lfi.c}( adyises^that.c'cimencihg'
June 15, 1968,  fishing vessels' using drift netsVpr purpe seine
nets may be encountered both day and night in the.. Juan" de Fuca
Straits until approximately November 15, 1968.    Drift nets are
about 300 fathoms in length and are attached at one end to. the   i;
operating vessel.    A white light is shown at the free end;
Because ,^f th.errlarcgeyn-umber.s-and>.conce.ntr.ation of fishing vessels,
and the difficu3-ties in sighting the nets, vessels approaching
Vict'oria,-f rom-seaward-are advised,,to„keep to..the. centre of the
Straxte
•r.n\!r'--rr   '■'■'!'<-   :\ ■.
• '-•:.".'\l.r'-f'-r''   f.J
2. STRAIT OF OgOTEIA ~ FRAdSR RIVER - NE J CUT RaNGSS -  Corrected Line
of Bearing        rr.r-,-'- H.r,,„Y
The New Cut No. 1 Downstream and New Cut No. 2 Upstream ranges are
double ended on a line of bearing of 301° 45' / 123o 45' T.
N/S 137, item 2 refers.
3. QUEEN CHmRLOTTE' ISLANDS -'HECaTE STRAITS - SEDCO 135-F
The District Manager, Prince Rupert, advises that Shell Oil
Drilling Rig Sedco 135-F will be moving from its present position to
position 49 23 36 N, 127 02 02 W. The move is scheduled to
commence late Thursday or Friday and will be under tow for 4i to
8 days.
N/S 83, May 19/67, refers.
Victoria. B.  C.
>-7    L.  E.   SLAGHT'
./A—District Manager
REPORT ALL DEFECTS IN AIDS TO NAVIGATION SOUTH OF CAPE CAUTION TO VICTORIA MARINE SERVICES
BASE COLLECT BY TELEPHONE 382-7215 LOCAL 34 OR WIRE DISTRICT MANAGER, DEPT. OF TRANSPORT,
FEDERAL BUILDING, VICTORIA, B.C.
REPORT ALL DEFECTS IN AIDS TO NAVIGATION NORTH OF CAPE CAUTION TO PRINCE RUPERT MARINE
SERVICES BASE COLLECT BY TELEPHONE 624-9146 OR WIRE DISTRICT MANAGER, DEPT. OF TRANSPORT, SEAL
COVE, PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.	
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Dates   November 24th, 1970.
froffiS       8. «T» Tumilty, £!sq.
Tos    B. %s0n,.Ssq., Vancouver.  _  ^ ' ' '.
Reference your letter dated November 13th, 1970, file
$-70-43, in regairds to alternate "fiuoreseent sockets'.
W© desire to cancel this requisition and replace the
fittings with Canadian standard fittings.
.Asst. Supt. (Bagiaeering)        __._. _„_	
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S*S» , ,.     . w,. ,„
E. J. Marsh, Esq.,
Accountant, B.C.C.S.S.,
Victoria, B. C.
For your Information No.
is proceeding on _ days 1955 annual leave from m    .,     „
to
Head of Department
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ukzA (raaftjc
Vancouver, ft«  »   November 13, If    File: T-70-43
Mr*  *  . .on
Ch' - "rinc^-   itrieia
On October 1st- last 1 forwarded you a. copy of a communication rec        urchasing Agent, Vancouver, from-
Pur en      ant, London, concerning alternative
fluorescent sockets*  gill you please hurry reply as
Purchasi ,   ;:ent, London requires to be advised as
quic&ly 3.5 possio,:.
Manager, Marine/Operations
cc:. Mr*  H* J« Tumilty - Victoria
Mr, Ha Ro Impey - Vancouver
FORM I0IA
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Bfetei
Hov^rctier 24th, 1970*
from*
H. J. Tumilty, |W|«                                     ■ •-                           ""';
To;
If. Ty?*nn, Tteq*» Vancouver, B. G.
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ftifereiM your1 letter to me datmd ■ Mvmmb#T 16th, 1970^ •    ./--..
fil«-5-70«lO»3#- la x^^rds-^to-iuvbice frora Salvage
Association,
Mo invoice has been received here for certification in the
amount of |23f for aforementioned company.
Asst« Supt*  (fSn«rlneering)
 CANADIAN (~>&Q I PIC     RAILWAY   f OBPAHI
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
S«Si
E« J# Marsh, Esq.,
Accountant, B*C,C#S*S«,
Victoria, B* C«
For your information No,
is proceeding on Hjr _   ; days 1955 annual leave from ..■•■„
 _   to      •
Head of Department
 CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date       Vancouver, November 16, 1970.      File No.: X~70-10~3.
From       H. Tyson, Esq.
70   H.J. Tumilty, Esq., Victoria.
Reference damage to motor generator "Princess Patricia"
May 28, 1970.  On September 28th Salvage Association,
London, forwarded their account in the amount of $239.00
but this account has apparently gone astray and has not
been vouchered.  Will you please advise if it was
forwarded to you by our Accounting Department for
certification, and ifso, will you please endeavour to
locate it and return.
B
r/^Marme
Manager/^Marine  Operations
Form 102-R
 Tr. ./ ...:\J\Jn.Jiu
Date* ■ Jtovenber 24tk, 1970.
From  i. J. fumllty, Isq.
To*   H. Tyaom, '?J§.C|..,: Vancouver, B. Q,
Inference your letter to Captain Fontaine, tJ. S. Coast Guard
Commanding Officert Juneau, Alaska, concerning firemanfs
outfits for "Princess Patricia*.
These items vere requisitioned by me .on August- 30th, 1970,
and received in Stores in September and were not put on vessels
as it was too near the and of the season*
"Inclosed are'eopies of requisitions. After they have served
their purpose, I .would N obliged. If you.returned thesu-
Asst* ,.Snpt.- (Engineering)
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C A N A D. IANPACIF
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CRAILWAY COMPANY
British Columbia
Coast Steamship Service
Victoria, B.C.,
File 4.653-D
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To Whom It May Concern:-
This is to certify that
>
Permanent number
Department of this Service.
, is employed in the
Mr.
has been in^ our employ since
, and at
p^
resent is employed as u                                ,
on the "Princess
".
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Manager
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O Cjiaduui (Paafic
c.c^R.J. Tumilty, Esq.
cc. Master, "Princess Patricia".
c.c. Chief Engineer, "Princess Patricia".
A copy of Captain Fontaine's letter dated September 28th
is attached.  Would you please maHe the necessary
arrangements to obtain the required items prior to the
vessel resuming service in 1971.
Manager, J^la^ine Operations
attachment,
/pac.
FORM I0IA
 October 16. 1970.
File No: x>339 R.
Captain A. A. Fontaine
U.S. Coast Guard Commanding Officer
Marine'Inspection Office
Pr 0. Box 3-5000
Juneau, Alaska 99&01
Dear Capt. Fontaine:
1 am in receipt of your communication of September 2#th
your file 5941 aavising faster, "Princess Patricia"
of alleged shortage in firensanfs outfits consisting of
ooots and gloves of electrically non-conducting material
and one complete firemanfs outfit.
I find in the Canadian Steamship Inspection regulations
these items are not as yet required by law but it is
understood that such regulations may be promulgated
within the next year or so,'arct therefore it is;ou*>
intention to equip the /fPrincess Patricia" with such
equipment prior to entering service next May. You aire,
I presume, -aware that the "Princess Patriciaw has been
decommissipned. and is iaid~up ©t our Victoria Terminal
for the winter months.
Yours very truly,
Manager, Marine Operations,
/fmb/
 0?*, •«. of Monaco
'/J5.
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Commanding Officer
Marine Inspection Office
P. 0. Box 3-5000
Juneau,  Alaska 99801
5941
28 September 1970
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Master, SS PRINCESS PATRICIA
Canadian Pacific Railroad
Pier rtB*
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sir:
:
On 9 September 1970 a visittto your vessel, the PRINCESS PATRICIA,
OR. 190663, was made by representatives of this office for the
purpose of verifying her compliance with the Saffety of Life at
Sea Convention, 1960.  A previous visit on 13 August 1970 for the
same purpose was also made.
On both visits, shortages were noted in the fireman's outfits
required by Chapter II, Reg. 64 (j) and Chapter II, Reg. 63, as
amended by Resolution A.108(E.S.Ill) adopted on 30 November 1966.
The shortages are as follows:
1. Boots and gloves of rubber or other electrically nonconducting material.
2. One complete fireman's outfit.
The 13. S. Coast Guard cannot reissue a control verification
certificate until these discrepancies are corrected.
Please advise us of any action taken or is being taken in the
correction of the above discrepancies.
Sincerely,
A. fi. FONTAINE
Captain, U. S. Coast Guard
Cojsmanding Officer
Copy to:
CANADIAN PACIFIC RR
/
 ^Princess Patricia®,
August Hth, 1970.
M. J. ftiMllty, Esq.,
Asst. Stipt.  (Er^liieering),
Victoria, B.  C.
Bear Sir,
While refueling the Princess Patricia on Aug. 11/70 in
the Port of Vancouver, B. C, at approximately 10*20 A.M., Hi had an
oil fuel spill on the house tops of this vessel through the deep fuel
oil tank vents which vent on the housetops. Some of this fuel oil endei
up into the harbour.
Mr. 0. §♦ Mumah, 3rd l&igineer, was on watch at this
time  Me1. W. iollid&y, Ath Stgineer, was on overtime assisting
refueling. Mr. I. P. IfeLeod, 6th Ir^ineer, was the Junior %ipineer in
charge of the holler roo^. Mr. I*. F. St. Clair, fireman, was assisting
refueling in hollar and engine rooms. Mr. J. Mortensen, engine roc©
storekeeper, was an deck at chip's shut-off valve* and Mr. B. Sears,
fireman, was on the dock at dock shut~off valve.
According to Mr. M. Rolliday, while filling Mo. 7 double
bottom tanks, Mr. 6. G. lamaah reaarked that there seened to be a change
©f pressure. Mr. Hollid&y immediately cheeked the deep fuel oil tanks in
the boiler room to make sure all filling valves were shut, Me found Mo. A
deep starboard fuel oil tank valve open,- and immediately closed same.
Previous Mr. lolliday had checked all deep tanks he had filled and all
were shut.
Mo. A deep starboard fuel oil tank is not normally filled
by the filling valve* It is filled by the oil fuel transfer ptwtp which
is shut off by a float operating an electric switch which shuts about a
foot before the tank is full. This transfer pump is operated by the
Junior lagineer in the boiler rooa. There is no connection between the
filling valve on the tank and the transfer discharge valve into the tank.
Mr. &•  P. M$X#eod, the Junior Snglneer, on watch in the boiler roo»f daises
he filled Mo. A deep starboard fuel oil tank by the transfer pump and did
not open the filling valve on the tank.
I will add that before A*0G a.». that the fuel oil tank im
question wis closed and not left open as it was at a level of two feet, and
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^Princess Patricia11
%Jk  Tumilty, T»q. - 2 ~
this tank was checked at 8$00 A.M. It could not have been left open
before arriving in the Port of Vancouver as thit? vessel would not
have reached port without ffreat difficulty. We did not experience
any such difficulty.
Tours truly,
Chief Engineer.
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PRINCESS PATRICIA
INSULATION RESISTANCE TESTS AUGUST 1970
Propulsion Equipment. Port
Alternator, Stator and cables T^O
Alternator field stationary
Exciter Armature and cables. 25
Motor field and cables 50
Motor Field contactors and connections 50
Motor Stator. 50
Lubrication Oil pump motors Ford 20
Aft 20
Propulsion motor cooling fans       Ford 1+.0
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Auxiliary Equipment Engine room.
Extraction pump motors
Circulating pump motors
Main Feegh water pump motors
Fresh water pump motors
General service pump motors
350 KW D.G. Generators
200 KW D.C. Generator
Dunham Vacuum pump motor.
Motor Alternator lighting sets.
Baily Board Gomp.
Oil Purifier
Inbd
Outbd
Pord
Aft
Inbd
Outbd
Pord
Mid
Aft
Motor
#3
Alts
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3.0
2.0
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3.0
1.6
1.3
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30
30
50
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6.0
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Auxiliary Equipment Boiler Room.
Oil Fuel pump motors
Auxiliary Feed pump motors
Forced Draught Fan motors
Ford inboard
Ford .Outboard
Aft inboard
Aft outboard
Ford
Aft
Ford
Aft
Transfer pump motor
Auxiliary Forced Draught Fan motor
Auxiliary Fuel Oil Pump
I¥atertight Doors.
50
50--
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50
50
50
#1
1.5
2
50
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50
50
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Emergency Equipment
-2-
Port
Starboard
Fire Main Pump
75
Meg
Emergency Bilge Pump
50
it
Grinnell System pump-
20
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Boat Winches
Ford
Aft
20
2
20
M
P.A. System converter
Motor
50
it
Alt
50
11
25KW DC Generator
50
Other Auxiliary Equipment
Steering gear motors
Turning gear motors
Windlass Motor
Capstan Motor
Ventilation Fans
#2 Hold AC Supply fan
Air Conditioning
Aux. M/A        Motor
Alt.
Exciter
Chilled water pump motor
Salt water pump motor
Chiller
#1
2
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7
10
11
12
34
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
2k
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26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
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36
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50
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10
20
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15
30
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20
50
3.5
8.0
15
50
50
50
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8.0
6.0
50
ko
50
1.0
8.5
0.6
10
1.5
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50
5.0
30
15
20
20
I4..0
50
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20
6.0
2.0
30
25
tt
ft
ft
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ft
tt
ft
ft
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ft
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Mlscellaneous Equipment
Paiatry Fridge Motor
Galley Fridge Motor
Galley Dishwasher
Main Fridge motor
Vegetable cool room motor
Ford Cold room motor
Ford Cool room motor
Freight Elevator motor
Passenger Elevator motor
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Propulsion Equipment.
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50' '
Megs
Alfc ernator field  at a15 onary
.loiter Armature .-ml cables.
25
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Motor f ;          ind cabl i
50
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50
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Motor                     fcaotori and connect
ions
50
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otor Obator.
50
ft
50
tt
Lubrication  Oil pump bio tors
Pord
20
tf
20
ft
Aft
20
tf
20
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Propulsion motor cooling fans
Pord
to
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Auxiliary Equipment    famine room.
Zx tract ion  pusip motors
Inbd
3.0
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12
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Outbd
2,0
it
50
tt
Circulating pump motors
Pord
1.0
f!
6.0
Aft
ij..O
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15
tt
Kain FBejjh water pump motors
7.0
n
6.0
ft
Fresh water pump motors
Inbd
6o
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Outbd
3*0
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General  s © -1' ir* e t:           < > r, o r s
Fo Y*d
1,6
1.3
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350 K.     . ;,          m tors
30
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ft
200 K f D.G*   'J en er-* tor
30
ft
Dunham Vac-,                i rioter.
50
f!
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Motor
2.0
1.0
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3
1.0
ft
Alts
35
ft
50
tf
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6,0
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Baily Board Comp*
20
n
50
tt
Oil  Purifier
50
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Auxiliary  * ,q :. 5»■• .r t  ' Y)* l^r Room.
Oil  Fuel pump motors                    " Pord
inboard
ko
II
Pord
Outboard
30
M
Aft   !
inboard
5o
tf
Aft outboanl
5o
ft
Auxiliary Feed pump motors
Pord
50
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Aft
5o;
If
Forced Draught                  sori
Ford
§3
II
2.0
ft
Aft
!e
ft
♦5
to
Transfer* pump motor
50
f!
Auxiliary Forced Draught Fan motor
5o
tf
Auxiliary Fuel  Oil   r1lmp
50
ft
i^tertipht Doors.
1
1.5
11
2
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50
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Grinnell System pi;
20
1!
Boat V:/inches
Ford
Aft
20
2
20             Ma
P.A.   System converter
Motor
50
tt
Alt
50
ft
25KH DC Generator
$0               m
Other Auxiliary Equipment
Steering gear motors
.   50
ft
60               ■
Turn::          uir motors
50
tt
50                rf
Windlass Motor
10
M
Capstan Hotor
20
ft
Ventilation Fans
#1
50
ft
2
50
ft
i
15
30
10
l|0
ft
ft
it
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lo
20
it
50
ft
11
3.5
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12
8,0
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15
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15
50
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16
50
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17
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8.0
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19
6.0
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50
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20
20
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36
k*o
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50
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1.5
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72  Hold  AC  Supply  fan
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Air Conditioning
20
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Aux.  M/A                    Motor
Alt.
50
ti
Exciter
6.0
it
Chilled water pump motor
2.0
?«
Salt water  ,                :;or
30
n
Chiller
25
I!
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riscellavv  3 '..-• \ r.i.
Pantry ¥$*M "      otor
Galley  ptu (MtoV
i\hu   aher
in Fridge motor
Vegetable cool roo    m fcof
Pord Gold room motor
Pord. Cool r:. mi
Freight Elevator motor
Passor^or Kiev >.-uu   .-.otor
**3**
10
12
it
50
n
M
n
lb
n
25
n
m
ft
50
m
20
n
 Date:   October 16th, 1970,
ProMj   H. J. Tumilty, Esq.
To;     H. Tyson, Esq,, Vancouver, B. C.
For your information, enclosed please find a copy of
Deck DepartHient Defect Items, "Princess 'Marguerite*, and
a copy of Defect List, 1970, "Princess Patricia*1.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 CANADIAN
P A C I F
i
IC RAILIAI COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Victoria, B.C.,
File 4.653-D
To
Whom It May Concern:-
■. ■)
This is to certify that
„ *
Pej
rmanent number
, is employed in the
Department of this
Service.
Mr.
has been in our employ
since
], and at
present is employed as
».
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on
the "Princess
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Manager
 254 Belleville St.,
Victoria, B 0..,,...
October 20th, 1970.
A. Stewart, Esq.,
724.5 Brentview Road,
Brentwoood,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir,
Enclosed are two copies each of CS.H.
Continuous Hull Survey and Machinery Survey for period
1971 to 1974 for "Princess Marguerite" and "Princess Patricia",
Yours truly,
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
Copy sent to "Princess Patricia" and "Princess Marcfuerite^
})   <ii-
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      RAILWAY      COMPANY
3ritish Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Ship or Station
Date
A. N, Patterson, Esq.,
General Mail & Baggage Agent,
Vancouver, 3. C0
Dear Sir,
Address
is enquiring for (Description of Article or Articles)
claimed to have been left (Location)
on (Date)
Our records indicate this property turned in to Lost &
Found Department at Vancouver on (date)  under Lost Property
Tag No.  .
This person desires,   if located,   that these articles be forwarded to mmmmmammmmmmmmm
Signature.
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 254 Belleville St.,
Victoria, B. C.
Octoher 20th, 1970
Robert Baird, Esq.,
Sr. Steamship Inspector,
Steamship Inspection Service,
528 Federal Building,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir, •••    .     ,.,:....,
Inclosed are two copies each, of C.SS.H*
Continuous Hull Survey and Machinery Survey for period
1971 to 1974 For "Princess Marguerite" and "Princess Patricia".
Yours truly,
     Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
Copy sent to "Patricia" and"""Marguerite"'
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      RAILWAY      COMPANY
3ritish Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Ship or Station
Date
A. N. Patterson, Esq,,
General Mail & Baggage Agent,
Vancouver, 3. Cc
Dear Sir,
Mr. 	
Address _ ;	
is enquiring for (Description of Article or articles) 	
claimed to have been left (Location)
on (Date)
Our records indicate this property turned in to Lost &
Found Department at Vancouver on (date)   under Lost Property
Tag No.      .
This person desires,   if located,   that these articles be forwarded to 	
Signature.
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254 Belleville St.,
Victoria, B. C.
November 17th, 1970
A. Stewart, tsq.,
Surveyor* Lloydfs Register of Shipping,
7245 Brentvlew Road,
Brentwood, B. 0.
Dear Sir,
   - ~  Enclosed for your records are meggar
readings of electrical equipment aboard our vessel, the
-^Princess Batricia", taken this year.
Yours truly,
Aaat. Supt.,(lagi^eprin^)
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CANADIAN      PACIFIC      RAILWAY      COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Ship or Station
Date
A. N. Patterson, Esq.,
General Mail & baggage Agent,
Vancouver, S. C.
Dear Sir,
Mr.
Address      ,
is enquiring for (Description of Article or Articles)
claimed to have been left (Location)
on  (Date)
Our records indicate this property turned in to Lost &
Found Department at Vancouver on (date) under Lost Property
Tag No.  .
This person desires, if located, that these articles be forwarded to .___
signature
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254 Belleville St.,
Victoria, B. G.,
November 17th, 1970
R. Baird, ...ra^q.f ~ "
'C Sefiior Steamship Inspector,
528 Federal Building,
... BtWvte, Ii c. ;
Bear Sir,
Inclosed are aeggar refcdinga of electrical
equipment aboard our vessel, the "Princess Patricia** t&km
this ymr*. for your records. ,i
Yours truly,
Asat...._3upt«
iiieeri
rl-SA'i
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 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      RAILWAY      COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Ship or Station
Date
A. N. Patterson, Ssq.,
General Mail & 3aggage Agent,
Vancouver, 3. C.
Dear Sir,
Mr.
Address	
is enquiring for (Description of Article or Articles)
claimed to have been left (Location)
on  (Date)
Our records indicate this property turned in to Lost S
Found Department at Vancouver on (date)  under Lost Property
Tag No.  .
This person desires, if located, that these articles be forwarded to 	
Signature
 Alternator, Stator and cables
Alternator field stationary
Ireiter Arwture and cables.
Motor field ad cables
Motor Field contactors and connections
Motor Stator*
Lubrication Oil punp motors
Propulsion aotor cooling fans
Attraction pump motors
Circulating pump motors
Main Fresh water pump motors
Fresh water pump motors
General service pump motors
350 KW B.C. Generators
200 IM D.O. Generator
Dunham Vacuum pump motor
Motor Alternator lighting sets
Bailey Board Coup.
mi Purifier
A^lijry_?»t^B^nt, jmjlf y,, &2M
Oil Fuel pump motors
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Auxiliary Feed pump motors
Forced Draught Fan motors
transfer pump motor
Auxiliary Forced Draught Fan motor
Ancillary Fuel Oil Pump
Wt*»rm^ team
Ford inboard
Ford outboard
Aft Inboard
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Bawgency Bilge Puisp
Griimell System Punp
Boat Winches
P.A. System converter
25 K*W. DC Generator
Q^ij^ Auyi^jary, BqffiiRflpat
Ste*rin|> gear motor®
Turning gear motor©
Windlass Motor
Capstan Motor
Ventilation Fana
#2 Hold AG Supply Fan
Aux. M/A        Motor
Alt
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Chilled water pu«p motor
Salt water puap ©otor
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Pantry Fridge Motor
Galley Fridge Motor
Galley Dishwasher
Mrin Fridge motor
Vegetable cool room motor
Ford Gold room motor
Ford Cool room motor
Freight flevator motor
Passenger Elevator motor
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LAf    >RATORY   INSPECTION   R,     3RT
FROM IMPERIAL OIL ENTERPRISES LTd._/
IMPERIAL OIL LTD.
MARKETING DEPT.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
ILR-388
F1LE: D-l-4
FOR
CUSTOMER
J
L
C/E PRINCESS
PATRICIA
SEPT 14/7C
OUR  FILE;
APPLICATION   DATA
j   REFER TO:
1-70-705
1-70-706
j    SAMPLE  -  NUMBER  AND  DATE TAKEN
#K-119
#11-120
PRODUCT -  BRAND  AND GRADE
fORT LOO KW GE
|    200 KW GEN.
|    MACHINE -  MANUFACTURER
DESCRIPTION   {ENGINE. TURBINE.  ETC.)
MODEL
UNIT  NUMBER
RATING.   HP  □   KW   □
OIL CAPACITY.  QTS.   □   GAL.   Q
HRS.   D   MiLES   □    (SINCE  NEW   □   OVERHAUL  □)
•
1    OIL -  HRS.   □   MILES   D
TYPE OF SERVICE -  LIGHT  Q   AVG. O   SEVERE   □
j    WAS OIL CHANGED WHEN  SAMPLED  -   (YES OR  NO)
|    MAKE UP -  l.G.   □   QTS.   Q    (DURING OIL PERIOD)
|    MAKE-UP -   l.G.   □   QTS.   □    (SINCE LAST SAMPLE)
1    OIL FILTER - TYPE
AGE,  HRS.   □   MILES   □
CHANGE  FREQUENCY
!
j
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE
1    OIL PURIFIER -   (YES OR  NO)
j    OIL TEMP.  °F.
IN
1    OUT
IN
1   OUT
IN
OUT
I.N
■   OUT
|    COOLANT TEMP.   °F.
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
i
1    COOLANT AND  INHIBITORS  USED
1
1     FUEL BRAND AND GRADE USED
1    AIR CLEANER - TYPE
SERVICE  FREQUENCY
INSPECTION   RESULTS
1    VISCOSITY (®  iOO°  F.   SU
302
305
@  210°  F.   SU
53.5
53.1
FUEL DILUTION,  VOL. %
WATER,  %
PENTANE  INSOL.
BENZENE  INSOL. WT. %
1                               |                               ||
PH
TOTAL ACID No.
0.11
0.11
TOTAL BASE  No.
STRONG ACID  No.
1
!                            1                             II
ASH  %
OTHER TESTS
GRAVITY API
29.1
29.1
FLASH COC
435            1
435
PRECIPITATION NO
SLIGHT TRACE
SLIGHT 'TRACE
CONTAMINANTS*                                       SLUDGE  INDEX
SOOT CARBON   INDEX
DIRT ABRASIVE  INDEX
I        '
)                                    1
IRONWEAR  INDEX                           I   ACID  INDEX
|     STATUS OF OIL**
j     REMARKS:
'INDEX  DEMERIT CODE
1
NIL OR  GOOD
2
TRACE OR  NOMINAL
3
MEDIUM  OR  NORMAL
A
ABOVE  NORMAL
5
HIGH OR  HEAVY
**STATUS CODE
S    SERVICEABLE
B     BORDERLINE
C    CHANGE RECOMMENDED
CC:  TECH. SVCS. - ATTN
COMM. SALES/ATT'N
FROM:        ^Q^JCP/Ofitf
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— FROM IMPERIAL OIL ENTERPRISES LTD.—
TO
IMPERIAL OIL LTD.
MARKETING DEPT.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
"1
J
FOR
CUSTOMER
L
C/E PRINCESS
PATRICIA
ILR-333
—I F>LE:    D-l-4
J
SEP! 14/7C
OUR  FILE:
APPLICATION   DATA
j    REFER TO:
1-70-705
I     1-70-706
i
SAMPLE -  NUMBER AND  DATE TAKEN
#M-119
#M-120
PRODUCT -  BRAND  AND GRADE
PORT 400 KW GE
\    200 KW GEN.
1
MACHINE -  MANUFACTURER
DESCRIPTION   (ENGINE. TURBINE,  ETC.)
MODEL
j                                  UNIT NUMBER
RATING,  HP   □   KW   Q
1                                       1
OIL CAPACITY.  QTS.   □   GAL.   □
HRS.   D   MILES   □    (SINCE  NEW   □   OVERHAUL  □>
'
i    OIL -  HRS.   D   MILES   Q
1                                       1
TYPE OF SERVICE -  LIGHT  Q   AVG.   □   SEVERE   D
i
1    WAS OIL CHANGED WHEN  SAMPLED  -   (YES OR  NO)
1    MAKE UP -  l.G.   G   QTS.   □   (DURING OIL PERIOD)
|    MAKE-UP -  l.G.   U   QTS.   □   (SINCE LAST SAMPLE)
i    OIL FILTER - TYPE
AGE,   HRS.   □   MILES   □
CHANGE  FREQUENCY
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE
1    OIL PURIFIER  -   (YES OR  NO)
1    OIL TEMP.   °F.
IN
1   OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
1   OUT
j    COOLANT TEMP.  °F.
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT                   |   IN
OUT
COOLANT AND  INHIBITORS  USED
I     FUEL  BRAND AND  GRADE  USED
j     AIR  CLEANER  - TYPE
SERVICE FREQUENCY
INSPECTION   RESULTS
1    VISCOSITY (n)   100°  F.   SU
302
305
(a   210°   F.   SU
53.5
53.1
FUEL DILUTION, VOL. %
WATER, %
[     PENTANE  INSOL.
BENZENE  INSOL. WT. %
i     PH
TOTAL ACID No.
0.11
0.11
TOTAL BASE No.
STRONG ACID  No.
ASH  %
OTHER TESTS
GRAVITY API
29.1
29.1
i
FLASH COC
435
435
PRECIPITATION NO
SLIGHT TRACE
SLIGHT TRACE
i,
1                                   1
CONTAMINANTS*                                       SLUDGE  INDEX
•
SOOT CARBON   INDEX
DIRT ABRASIVE  INDEX
I
IRONWEAR   INDEX                            |   ACID   INDEX
f
1
STATUS OF OIL**
1                                                                      ]
1                                                       !
REMARKS:
*INOEX  DEMERIT CODE
1 NIL OR  GOOD
2 TRACE OR  NOMINAL
3 MEDIUM  OR   NORMAL
4 ABOVE  NORMAL
5 HIGH OR  HEAVY
**STATUS CODE
S     SERVICEABLE
B     BORDERLINE
C    CHANGE RECOMMENDED
CC; TECH. SVCS. - ATTN
COMM. SALES/ATT'N
OTHER
FROM:        jQ/JtP/O&H
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Internal Correspondence
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Date Vancouver, September 24, 1970.    Pile No.: 4994.
From
To
H. Tyson# Esq.
J.N. Fraine, Esq., Vancouver
Reference your letters of August 24th and September
22nd, File No.s F-38 regarding the use of bulk oil
barges to fuel B.C.C.S. vessels.
This matter has been the subject of exchange of
correspondence with Mr. J.R. Sproson, Winnipeg.
Ee wrote to Mr. Weise on September 18th enclosing
a copy of letter he had received from Mr. A.H. Ivey,
Montreal, under date of September 15th.  It will be
noted from these letters, copy attached, that after
June 30, 1971 Gulf Oil Canada Limited will no longer
be able to supply Bunker "C" from Calgary.  This will
therefore necessitate the "Princess of Vancouver11
receiving Bunker "C" oil by barge or by means of a
tank truck.  Incidentally, in Victoria the "Princess
Marguerite" receives Bunker ,8C" oil by means of a
tank truck.
I will make the necessary arrangements with the Fuel
Purchasing Agent in Winnipeg to take care of our fuel-
oil requirements.
Manager, Marine Operations
attachments.
x
cc.   H.J.   Tumilty,   Esq.
/pac. If*
WXForm1Q1T-R
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Internal Correspondence \     ;
Date Vancouver,   September  24^   1970.       File No.t   4994.
From SU   Tyson,   Esq.
Mr.  J.R. .Sproson,  Winnipeg,   Manitoba*
To
Reference your letter of September 18th9 File No.i
J$Q/$6 in connection with the supplying of Bunker C
fuel oil. It is noted that after June 30, 1971 Gulf
Oil Canada Limited in Vancouver will no longer be
\a to supply Bunker G from Calgary and therefore
it is most likely it will be necessary to have the oil
; chased in Vancouver aftar Uiat date.  In view of the
cost of oil purchased in Vancouver plus lighterage
.rges, I would appreciate your advising if it is still
the intention to have the diesel oil purchased in
Calgary and made' available! to our'Company through the
Gulf Oil facilities on Vancouver Wharf*     o, fctii
i may give consideration to having tr    -incess of
-  vuver" burn diesel oil exclusively.  If diesel oil
■ 1 still be available at the Gulf Oil facilities on
Vancouver Wharf, 1 would appreciate your advising the
cost to the 8aC.CS. At the present time we use
18,500 barrels of diesel oil on that vessel for
■ noeuvring plus 18,519 barrels of Bunker C per annum.
We are also considering taking on approximately 300
barrels of Bunker. Coil at either Prince Rupert or
Ketchikan* Alaska.  1 would appreciate your advising
-rt arrangements, can be made to take on oil at either
port. What .would be the cost per barrel at Prince
Rijpert and at Ketchikan, and can our vessel proceed to
the Oil Company's dock at either port?
Manager,• Marine Operations.
©
H.J.   Tumilty,   Esc^r-
Form 101T-R
4i:
J
 Date
From
To
CPRail    w
Internal Correspondence
LONDON, W.C.2., 22nd September 1970
D. Simmill, Purchasing Agent
H. R. Impey
Purchasing Agent
CP Rail
Vancouver
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B,C» Eotst Siesmsfelp Ser ¥lc^
F3IE:
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Office of Mar.-   *~
Marine? Opw
VANCOUVER,  i
I refer to your order 8-982-22443-0 for *Princess Patricia*
and in this connection would advise that fluorescent sockets
to your sample are now obsolete and no longer available.
However, the supplier has access- to 13 of these - should this
quantity be of use to you, upon receipt of your confirmation
I will arrange immediate shipment.
As an alternative, arri for possible future reference, I enclose
herewith samples of similar socket which is readily available
ex stock.
Your comments on the above will be appreciated.
PURCHASING AGENT
MGW/UW
Attch:
DATE; VANCOUVER, B. C, September 28, 1970.
FROM:  H. R. Irapqr
TO:  Mr. H. Tyson
FILE:    8-982-22443-0
Purchasing Agent.
^ t?^)   Form 102-R
  LAE     ^ATORY   INSPECTION   RE,     RT
FROM IMPERIAL OIL ENTERPRISES LTD.
TO
IMPERIAL OIL LTD.
MARKETING DEPT.
ILR-337
—I FILE:      D-l-4
FOR
CUSTOMER
C/E PRINCESS
VANCOUVER, B.C.
I
J           L
APPLICATION   DATA
'ATRICI/i
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SI
FILE:
:F£ 14/fl
REFER TO:
1-70-701
1-70-702
1-70-703
1-70-704        1
SAMPLE  -  NUMBER  AND  DATE TAKEN
#M-11 5
//M-116
#11-117
#K-118
PRODUCT -  BRAND  AND  GRADE
MOBIL      D
<v 7?	
j.   j_i  ——•———«-•<
MACHINE -  MANUFACTURER
STBD DRAIN TI
; PORT DRAIN  TK SETTLING TK
STBD 400 KW
DESCRIPTION   (ENGINE. TURBINE,  ETC.)
UuLfil .
MODEL
UNIT NUMBER
RATING,   HP  □   KW   □
OIL CAPACITY,  QTS.   □   GAL.   Q
HRS.   □   MILES   □    (SINCE  NEW  □   OVERHAUL  D>
OIL -  HRS.   □   MILES   □
TYPE OF SERVICE  -  LIGHT  □   AVG.   D   SEVERE   D
WAS OIL CHANGED WHEN  SAMPLED  -   (YES OR  NO)
MAKE UP -  l.G.   D   QTS.   □    (DURING OIL PERIOD)
MAKE-UP -   l.G.   □   QTS.   □    (SINCE LAST SAMPLE)
OIL FILTER  - TYPE
AGE,  HRS.   □   MILES   □
CHANGE  FREQUENCY
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE
OIL PURIFIER  -   (YES OR  NO)
OIL TEMP.   °F.
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
COOLANT TEMP.   °F.
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
COOLANT AND   INHIBITORS  USED
FUEL BRAND AND GRADE USED
1
AIR CLEANER  - TYPE
SERVICE  FREQUENCY
INSPECTION   RESULTS
VISCOSITY (7i:   100°  F.      gTJ
297
299
306
310
(<t   2JO°  F.     gjj
(WET)
52.5
52.8
53.1
FUEL DILUTION, VOL. %
WATER, %
PENTANE  INSOL.
BENZENE  INSOL. WT. %
PH
TOTAL ACID  No.
0.11
0.11
,
0.12
0.12
TOTAL BASE No.
STRONG ACID  No.
ASH  %
OTHER TESTS
ORAVTTY   API
29.0
29.1
2B.9
29.0
FLASH non
LLO
430
L30
435
PRTTHTPTTATTON  NO
0.03
SLIGHT TRACE
NIL
SLIGHT TRACE  ■
WATER  v  DTSTTLLATTON
0.2
NATURE op WATER
FRESH
CONTAMINANTS*                                       SLUDGE  INDEX
SOOT CARBON   INDEX
DIRT ABRASIVE  INDEX
IRONWEAR   INDEX
ACID  INDEX
STATUS OF OIL**
REMARKS:
*INDEX   DEMERIT CODE                             **STATUS CODE
CC: TECH. SVCS.
COMM. SALE
OTHER
- ATTN
1 NIL OR  GOOD                                              S     SERVICEABLE
2 TRACE OR  NOMINAL                            B    BORDERLINE
S/ATTN
3    MEDIUM  OR  NORMAL                         C    CHANGE RECOMMENDED
5    HIGH OR  HEAVY
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Internal Correspondence Wk3
DaW        VANCOUVER, B. C, September 3, 1970.   FILE: 8-982-22532-0
From H. R. Impey
To Mr. H. Tumilty
Please refer to our letter of August 28th regarding
requisition 8-982-22532-0 covering 12 Gits Oil Gauge.
Fleck Brothers Ltd. have already gone ahead and supplied
the closest item available to what you have ordered.
Would you therefore, please disregard our previous letter.
In the event these substitutes do not prove to be satisfactory, please notify this office.
Form 102A-R
 FORM fOI-T CE.
COPT
CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Canadian
FILE
Date:  Victoria, B C, September 1st, 1970.
From:  M. J. Tumilty, l&q.
To:    Chief &gin#«r,
"Princess Marguerite", Victoria.
"Princess Patricia", Vancotiver.
The Canadian Steanship Inspection Service has been requested
by the United States Coast Guard to have placed on your
vessel two sets of Firera»nf8 Fire Fighting clothing which will
consist of 2 Fireman1&  lata, 2 Fireman*■ Duck water~pro©f
coats, 2 pair Fireman's Duck pants, 2 pair knee length rubber
boots and two pair of rubber gloves.
When theee items of clothing are received, please place them
in the appropriate fire*»fighting cabinet aboard your
respective vessels and notify mm  when you have done so.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
cc - H. Tyson, ^sq.
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Bate!  Victoria, B. 0., Septefcber 1st, 1970.
Frosu  I. J. Tumilty,' Isq.
To*   H. S. Impey, 18sq«, Vancouver, -B. #*
liefer ence your letter to Me, dated August 28th, 1970,
your file 8-982-22532-0, in regards to 12 Cits Oil
sight gauges all brass. !'r •
Please order trm Flecks (Taken fro® Gits Catalogue):
12 Gits Liquid J>vel Gauges.
Style V.P.O. 3/8" - 18 TPI Male Pi!pe All Brass
Sise 4i* -3/4" Body  I ■**• Ko* 18024
--• _        P&ge 29, Gits Catalogue.
Asst. Supt... (Engineering)
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      RAILWAY      COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Ship or Station
Date
A. N. Patterson, 3sq,,
General Mail & baggage Agent,
Vancouver, 3. C.
Dear Sir,
Mr.
Address _	
is enquiring for (Description of Article or Articles)
claimed to
have
been
left
(Location) .                          .„„„
on (Date)
* - i                                                                     ;*.:;•./,
Our records indicate this property turned in to Lost £
Found Department at Vancouver on (date)  __ under Lost Property
Tag No.  .
This person desires, if located, that these articles be forwarded to ____
Signature
o u
 1
CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date VANCOUVER, B. C, August 28, 1970.    FILE: 8-982-22532-0
From H. R. Impey
70   Mr. H. Tumilty
Please refer to requisition 8-982-22532-0 covering
12 Gits Oil Gauge All Brass.
Fleck Brothers have advised that the particular type
you require is no longer being manufactured. They
have provided us with a catalogue from which you may
be able to select a suitable alternative.
Kindly advise at your earliest convenience.
L<
}c) e <& '-4? fr
Bo Form 102A-R
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Canadian (faajic
Princess Patricia,
.&ug.2?th 1970.
H.J.Tumilty, Esq,,
Asst. Sept. (Engineering),
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir:
Re: your letter of the 21st instant regarding coveralls
for the unlicened engine room ratings on this vessel, the
following are the men and sizes involved:-
Fame
J.Mortensen
P.Teichroeb
W.Horne
B.Lund
C.R.Barper
E.LeBlane
H.J.Sklut
D.Sears
K.D.Kunic
Size
36 Short
42 Short
4B Regular
42 Regular
40 Short
36 Short
44 Regular
38 Regular
44 Regular
Tours truly ,^l ##* (yC^~^u
*^Chief Engineer.
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- Umadian (facifijc
H.Medforth. Chief Eng.
T.E.V. Princess Patricia.
Vancouver. B.C.
August 16th.70.
H.J.Tumilty. Esq.
Asst. Sunt. (Engineering)
13 . \j • 0 * O . & m
Victoria. B.C.
Sir,
on August 15th.70. at 13.00 Hrs.
while in Glacier Bay this vessel struck Ice with the Propellers
several times, causing somej damage.
The result of this damage is an increase in the thumping
sound in the section of the vessel above the propellers, more
pronounced above the Stbd. side*
There is also some increase in vibration of the ship, with
consequent more complaints from the passengers.
The extent of the damage does not as yet warrant changing
a Propeller.
Yours faithfully
Ns   *W?^x
Form I02A
 McKENr? BARGE & DERRICK    0. LTD.
Shipyard Office
3919 DOLLARTON  HIGHWAY
NORTH VANCOUVER,  B.C.
Phone.- 929-3434
All Types of Marine Salvage Work
SCOWS FOR SALE OR HIRE        ♦        TOWING
BOAT AND BARGE BUILDING, DRY DOCKING AND MARINE REPAIRS
Head Office
FOOT OF VICTORIA  DRIVE
VANCOUVER  6,  B.C.
PHONE: 255-2621
C*mdtaji Pneifle lUdlwgr
Date
Invoice No.
Job No.
Your Order No.
August Ui,l?70
870-T-5
AggSgtJWTO
Toi   Scatty mn airi s»terial to S^S.^BtllCRSS PABIICIA*
at year dock, Ft.Graiwllle street, to clean up oil
spilled on deck.
tog
i5o#
5
%>•! white idLping rags •
oakite peastr&flt
druas, cutting out tops etc *
flooreo absorbeiA
Labour*
l&$ per lb
35#   ■   "
5.00 each
•10# per lb
7 «n - 8 hrs each (1 br straight time, 7 hrs overtiise)
7 hrs
iff brs
8.00 per br
12.00   ■   •
Supervision
16.00
52.50
25.00
25.00
56.00
588.00
118.50
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$   812.50
^&C6*??i^-&*
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Batei  ?ietoriaf B. C* August 7th f 1970.
Proms  I. J. Tumilty, l&q.
Toi Gfai*%£ Bo^nftftr*    .
*Prime**ss' Patr'iciaW, fancownr, B. C.
Bnelosad Lloyds C.S.H. Surrey Shmmt  Is for your records.
Asst. Supt. (lagin##ring)
 rs
C A N A B. I A N    PACIFIC    RAILHI    COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Victoria*  BeC#,
File 4653-D
To Whom It May Concern:-
This is to certify that 	
Permanent number ] , is employed in the
Department of this Service,
Mr,
has been in our employ sinee
 ,  and at present is employed as
on the "Princess ___     tt.
Manager
 FORM A.212  SM-JO-67
REVISED
•\
SHIP REPAIRERS
SHIPBUILDERS
ENGINEERS
INVOICE
0%\   Vkl
1  1
IJ
U
TELEPHONE 385-4421 SHIPYARD,   MARINE RAILWAY AND DRYDOCKS AT ESQUJMALT HARBOUR
TELEX 044-8165 LIFTING CAPACITY OF MARINE RAILWAY 2,500 TONS
CABLE:  "YARROWS/' VICTORIA Esquimalt Graving Dock 1.SSO Feet Long
P.O. BOX 1030
Victoria, B.C.
Canada
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Purchasing Dept.,
P. 0. Box 370,
Victoria, B. C.
July 31st, 1970
INVOICE NO Z.7..-L3.3  JOB No..,
6985
..YOUR P.O. No.
To:
T.E0Ve "PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PROPELLER REPAIRS
Handling and transporting 2 in no. propellers from
Dry Dock to Blacksmith Shop and carrying out the
undernoted repairs:
Port Propeller
No. 1 Blade
No repairs required.
No. 2 Blade
Heating and fairing 4" x 24" at tip of blade and
fairing approx. 2" x 10" on leading edge^
Veeing out, welding, grinding and sanding smooth
1 in no. 4^-" crack in leading edge  and 1 in no.
2" crack near tip.
No. 3 Blade
Heating and fairing approx. 18" x 36" on leading
edge to tip of blade.
Supplying material, fitting, welding and grinding
smooth 4" x 18" section in leading edge  near tip.
Veeing out, welding and grinding smooth 2 in no.
4" cracks and 1 in no. 8" crack in trailing edge
and numerous small cracks near tip of blade.
No. 4 Blade
Heating and fairing leading edge and tip for approx.
4'-0".
Veeing out, welding and grinding smooth 2 in no.
2ir" cracks and 1 in no. 9" crack in trailing edge
and numerous small cracks in leading edge.
Polishing all blades in area of repairs.
6" x 26" at tip and 5" x 18" on
Starboard- Propeller
No. 1 Blade
Heating and fairing
trailing edge.
Supplying material^ forging, fitting, welding and
grinding smooth 3§-" x 13" insert piece near tip of
blade.
(Continued)
 FORM  A-212  5M-IO-67
REVISED
SHIP REPAIRERS
SHIPBUILDERS
INVOICE
u
ENGINEERS
F5^ /-""*?
nw**      'w.
L ! '-: >
TELEPHONE 3S5-4421 SHIPYARD,   MARINE  RAILWAY AND DRYDOCKS AT ESQUIMALT HARBOUR
TELEX 044-8165 LIFTING CAPACITY OF MARINE RAILWAY 2,500 TONS
CABLE:   "YARROWS," VICTORIA Esquimalt Graving Dock I,ISO Feet Long
P.O. BOX 1030
Victoria, B.C.
Canada
PAGE - 2
July 31st, 1970
INVOICE NO.
,,7~133 job
No £§.§.5?. „ YOUR P.O. NO.
forging, fitting, welding
>!"
2k    x 7 insert piece at tip
off 1| x 5 gouge near tip.
and grinding smooth 4 in no.
3" in length at tip of blade
Starboard Propeller (Cont*d)
No. 2 Blade
Heating and fairing 2 in no. areas on trailing
edge, 1 in no. 3" x 22" and 1 in no. 3^-" x 15".
Supplying material,
and grinding smooth
of blade.
Welding and flushing
Veeing out, welding
cracks, each approx.
No  3 Blade
Heating and fairing 7" x 3l" at tip of blade.
Veeing out, welding and grinding smooth 2 in no.
5" cracks at tip of blade
No. 4 Blade
Heating and fairing approx. 10" x 30" near tip of
blade.
Veeing out, welding and grinding smooth numerous
small cracks near tip of blade.
Polishing all blades in area of repairs.
Handling and transporting both propellers to
storage area at Dry Dock on completion of repairs.
F.S.T.  Ex - Reg. Commercial Vessel
S.S.T.  Ex - Sec. 5.
e&oe
$   1,624j
0C
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Uimclea/z (Padftjc
Princess Patricia,
Vancouver, B.C., ^        ,
July 18th 1970 ' ^^   y
H.J.Tumiltyf Esq*, ^^ '**LmJ&
Asst* Supt. ( Engineering } ^k^-^^^^^1
Victoria, B.C. £/
Dear Sir:
Please send a supply of Chief aigineerfs
Monthly Report forms to this vessel.
Tours truly,
'Cfhlet  Bigineer
Form I02A
 Dates  Victoria, B, ?., July 10th, 1970.
Front  H. J. TusUty, **q.
To I    Ghi»f tffieer, *Pri«o«sa Patricia", Vancouver, B. H.
For your-~reeord«--enclosed is test Gertificnte for R.F.D.
Inflatable lif* raft Ho. 166 from vour vessel, which will not
H ,iWi s^aia for r«-insp«ction until July 2nd, 1971»
Asst.'" 'Supt.»(l^liuiarixig)'
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1
CANADIAN     PACIFIC     RAILWAY      COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
PARTICULARS OF LONG-DISTANCE TELEPHONE CALLS
M4DE DURING THE MDNTH OF 	
FROM TELEPHONES AT
DATE            j
CALL PLACED BY
1 TO
AUTHORIZED BY
Agent or Head of Department
 Dates   Victoria, B. C.f July 7th, 1970*
Prom   1. J# frailty* ggg£.
To*    Chief Ingineer, ^Princess Patricia11, Vancouver.
With the enclosed request will you please give the
additional information to enable Purchasing Bepartiaent
to place order.
Please return this copy to Mr. S. A, Digby, Chief Clerk
in Vancouver, to process•
Jil^ l&ectrician will be joining
your veasel on July 10th in Vancouver,
>1 hi
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 "1
CANADIAN      PACIFIC      RAILWAY      COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Ship or Station
Date
A. N. Patterson,  Ssq#.f
General Mail & baggage Agent,
Vancouver,   S.  C,
Dear Sir,
Mr.
Address i
is enquiring for (Description of Article or Articles)
claimed to have been left (Location)
on  (Date)
Our records indicate this property turned in to Lost S
Found Department at Vancouver on (date)  under Lost Property
Tag No.  .
This person desires, if located, that these articles be forwarded to 	
Signature
 ^amdia/i (Pacific
COPY
VANCOUVER, B. C.
DAT*::   June 2?, 1970
FROM:   H. R. Impey
TO:     Mr. H. Tumilty
We are in receipt of your requisition No. 9-982-22423-0
Further information is required on the following item to
enable ua to place order.
3 EDISWAN 12V 100W M/28 LAMPS (LOW VOLTAGE SPOT)
INFORMATION REQUIRED*-
BREPTELL ELECTRIC CO. AND CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC TO.,
LAMP DEPARTMENT, BOTH DO NOT RECOGNIZE THIS LAMP. CAN
YOU ADVISE FURTHER.
KINDLY RETURN THIS FORM ADVISING BELOW THE INFORMATION REQUESTED.
(Sgd.) H. R. Impey
PURCHASING AGENT.
Fdrm 1D2
 C2tadtcvi (rajufix:
Vancouver, July 2, 1970.      File No.s 13913.
H. Tyson, Esq.
Master, "PRINCESS PATRICIA".
You will find attached copy of letter received from
Mr. James A. Anderegg, Director, Division of Environmental
Health, Department of Health 6 Welfare, State of Alaska,
dated June 17th, in Which he states that two vessels
of Canadian Pacific emitted considerable quantities of
dark smoke for periods much longer than the normal
requirements of start up or blowing the tubes, while in
Alaskan Ports.  Mr. Anderegg specifically deals with
the Port of Juneau on May 28th, and as the "Princess
Patricia" was in Juneau on that date, no doubt, one of
the vessels to which he is referring is the "Patricia!t.
In view of this complaint, every precautionary measure
should be taken to avoid similar incidents.  If you are
not already doing so, it is suggested the tubes be blown
before the vessel arrives or after the vessel leaves an
Alaskan Port.
Mi^^kjer, Marine Operations.
c.c.o. ll.J. Tumilty, Bsq.//K /
c.c.o.  Chief Engineer, "Prdjae^ss Patricia",
attachment.
/pac.
FORM 101 -T
 .. ■****4*iaKmmHMx*t*ma n it n ■firiniir   l ■■■ rim I
r~
KEITH H. Mil*, GOVERHOR
IIEPAIIT1IIKNT OF HKALTII & WKLFAIIK
DIVISION 01 EHVIROHMLNTAL HEALTH       POUCH H — JUHEAU 99801
iirio 17,   1970
resident yf^;C
.--innJ i an Paci f i c Pa i Iway
oom 200.  Canadian Pacific Station
mcouver, B.  C.
v?ar Sir:
'reetings from the great north country of Alaska!
vs yon are well aware, one of the attributes of this marvelous land of ours
s our crystal clear atmosphere which encourages hundreds of tourists each
■ummer to board the Princess liners for thrilling tours of the Inside Passage
o Skagway.
am writing to report, unfortunately, that with increasing frequency, the
asters of your vessels arc discharging dense plumes of dark smoke for pro-
onged periods while in Alaskan ports. Specifically, two of your vessels
n Juneau on May 28 emit tec1 considerable quantities of smoke for periods
niich longer than'the normal requirements of start up or "blowing of tubes".
•Inclosed for reference are copies of the Alaska Air Pollution Control Act
\assed by the 1969 legislature and of our older Administrative Code provisions
lealing with air pollution control. Until such time as the newly appointed
\ir Pollution Control Commission lias begun setting standards as contemplated
hy the Act, the Department of Health and Welfare is continuing to enforce
those Administrative Code provisions which are not inconsistent with the new
\ct. You will "note in section 601 (g) of the Code that the Commissioner of
Health and Welfare may bring proceedings in the name of the state to abate
the discharge into the air of 'solids$ liquids or gases so as to caijse injury
to human, plant or animal life or to property as constitutes a public nuisance.
should like to enlist the cooperation of your vessel captains to the end
that necessary boiler tube cleaning takes place outside our ports where
>ossible and that,/where not possible, blowing of tubes or start up procedure
moke emission be limited to a period of*from 3 to 5 minutes.
\ll Southeastern Alaskans will join me in thanking you for helping us to keep .
Vlaska's clean air clean.
•>S incerely yours y^ r
J.Tames A, Anderegg, Director
/ Division, of Environmental Health
 ■   _i  -     - - I--,-
:j,uyion
7-263
Sections
000.
601,
6 0 0.  D e f i i i i t i o 1 \ s ,
(a.) "Person" or "po > -ion:
corporation, political subiiv ,
dustjy, co-partnership, associ
entit.y whatsoever.,
,' individual, public or private
;nm<,:ut ii, ;,cncy , Hum icipal i t y, in-
;s, » rust» estate, or any other
(b) "Atmospl
sion of smoke, ,;-\*
active substance ■,
consti tu( * a mi 1 - 1
comfort aiiu corn;
ollutioi/' iiiclt:der>f but is not limited to cm is- ;
matter, soot, cinders.- ashes, toxic and radio-
;, vapors, ^.:,fsT industrial odors and dusts which
1 dan j; er to pub1i c f1 eaIt a, or impa i r the public
(c)  '(> «,
State of Alask.
* mean.:, Commissioner of  Health and Welfare of the
an thor iaod repass en talfive .
A,   S .   Title   1
:>;   rlcaita   ami   Safety
601,
Ly  2Sf   1959,
v   Lfrocedure Act,
j. t   xs   dec        • ■•.• ;  '    I. ■
na 3 n ta in   *v.* •;■  '' ■■'(»T"o :"Jt aTaI:rr"s^^^^^a^i?
protection   of  i   .Mian,     numai   or    ,;.,na
the   use  of aJ i   known  available   and   is.
:>l.lcy  or   the   state  of Alaska   to
-'\)cri.c  parity  consistent  with %the
Lfo  and   to property and   to  require
>j.e methods   to prevent  and  con
trol   the   poI}utiou  of
>f  the     tate  of Alaska.
-'   '(a)   ' The.   Commits,oner   oi   Health
tion   shall   aclmiu'isl •-    aa   aii   p    .'i'utia
Co)      "ii;.::   Coami "•-.:     ■ ,   >r   .. :    "    -aJ ih
r e c t e 0    ! o   (Mil i:'j i    U1 c        .'   > -;     . . , >   c; ■ *' !
^o" rc r.'!:;c jiui.3    a;'.eec ies    ..'».»   units
pheric   pollution   as   we J]   as     epreseiu,
may  be -af fee ted.
(c)    ""''{lie   Commissioner   o^Ucslth   i
t ion   to   abate   ana1   prevent   atmospheric
but   not   Hi ii! in;'   .aithority   to:
Q )     Mold  public   he.nsa:;,   at   <
at    le 1st   60   days   pub] ;c   aovi
such   near in;; ■   a :.a     Lo   be   ^e.ld
party   in   j ti 1    1;<•:  t    Wh o   a p -! ar
Wei fa re .   u :np«  !    Lite   a t ^onoan
d Welfare by virtue of his posi-
courrol program*
. Welfare is authorized and di~
iv'es of lo/ai, state and federal
wiwii ir.attefs relating to atmos-
i v e s o <v p r i v a 10 i * id us t r y wi 1 1 c n
Sal faro shall have the jurisdic-
ilution in the state, including
c (. i * t r i,.; 1 y .1 o c a t e d p o i n t s , p r o v i d e t i
;];a-.il be ^iveu prior to the date '
•ec.'/o per: incut prooi" from any
►foi:o -the Coiiimissioner of Health and
>x   witnesses', make findings of fact
 -■-■—I-  »_-M*.t,^.—^    -■   -r^r,
7-26U
and   lie te
after   pi
a ions  of
anal tips   therefor  as  are  herein-*
i   iue   violations   of   the  provi-
'•■- i i I?   an(f da fe { /   Code.
(-1)     a
pnbl i.c   en
the   o tnio.' : .a
decree   _.    ;
repose,    he as
or  in sue)
jury  or  daa;
n.   j»re 'usi:di,    adop ,   and   irake
what   •.sti;,! :'i iiea   and    >roper i ies  o£
■   a   ,»ol luled   ronuitr ai   and   such   ;
b,   nuisance  m;  au'nov.. nee,    ;o  any
n:      .  e,.udan;;c r   j lie  conifer t  or
i   person,   persons,   or   the  public
/e   na t.or;i1   tende 11cy   to  c a use   in*
ea   ,u
modify oi:
phcr ;c   poj
and  spec i1
cont i nuaru
•; n  preset i bod ^ma.Kc ,   a! te r ■■  Sti
nuance  or   aba tan icnt  of a tmos.-
.   of   the;  established   standards,
ie    dime  wi thru' which  such dis-
sa.o-i lancdi
( <J )
jur i.'sfi..
v \ Sioas  i
Co mm iss i <
cause   to  be   ins fi.tu ted   in a   court  of competent
iroeeeu iaa^s   to. compel   compliance   with   the   pro-
si l at-ions
the   d'e term iaa.t ions   ^mvA  orders  of  the
CO
rout; nn»
Commiss
and aba
tion of
ncsruv;  as   herein presetLocdtmsy   require,   xssiic,
or   deny  permits,   under   ■-ndi   Cuad i lions   as   the
h   aad   Wed.; ire  may  describe   for   the   prevention
spheric  po] lotion or   the'  i ii. tail a tion or  opera**,
pi;.
nl:  a.'tmospheraic   pollution.
(6)      M:
Heal th   an\
is   necessa
permit   issued  utii,U;r   those   reeula-
v.   up,   iln rei'U,    \])e  dommiss i oner  of
. '   a,t. it   revocation  o i;   modification
-   ., .:   >er u;   no tin». ion   in   the  state.
(7) S>
and nec-csi
tiona.
as   he  may  deem  advisable
I ies  untie t   these   rc£ula-
.<t
GO     S«   Ml'
o f ac 'tj*on        r
may 'seen   -   ■ .
iscre tion  any  ac tion or  cause
ty  under   those   re^ulations   as
from    'be
and    !b   e-A
pu ry>i a a.1   <
or  oiherw
(or    the   reeeipt   of moneys
p.a   1 i c   ni    pr:va te   adenotes,
is i: iena* Luerc fo-.r,    for   the
s \ i ,;.• s"i,;as t   a i iidi es , ^research
(.10)
mos'pso ric
man i { y,; pi
whether  p-
,.!;       a*.;!■', T ss i e.u   «»f   plans   .for   .) t-
1 cuds I.: i .v i   ea iabl L^hment,   coiir-
vad nl Id- i a.i an  or  development
.    oi    ,0Vi:\\\it<A.
(11)       fe IS1,,
car ry   on t,   op'
m iss i one r   o i   b
.-Ida,   aots   as  mas/  be   neces.sai'y   to
so   rcape-usih.i 1 i tie's  oi    die   0pw~
ill  p. a ven I in,;   air  pollution.
 s*g-y^
_—■ \-,ftim^bmmmm
AIR POLLUTION
7-265
(d) The Commissioner of  Health and Welfare is hereby specifically
authorized to cooperate with other state departments and applicable fed-*
oral agencies relative to protecting against atmospheric pollution prac-»
tices.
(e) The Commissioner of Health and Welfare or his duly appointed
agent may prepare guides or  other material that will assist in the
development of a comprehensive program for the prevention and control
of all atmospheric pollution sources in the state.
(f) The Commissioner of Health and Welfare or his duly appointed
agent shall have the right to enter at all reasonable times in or upon
any property, public or private, for the purpose of inspecting and investigating conditions relating to atmospheric pollution.
(g) The Commissioner of Health and Welfare may bring proceedings
in the name of the state to abate the discharge into the  air of solids,
liquids or gases so as to cause such injury to human, plant or animal
lie or to property as constitutes a public-nuisance.'
(h)  If the person or persons complained against do not choose to
Comply they are entitled to a hearing before the Commissioner of Health
and Welfare, following whicrT the Commissioner may enter an order.  The
order becomes final unless appeal to the courts is taken within twenty
days. The record of the proceedings before the Commissioner of Health
and 'Welfare is kept and this record constitutes the record on appeal,
(i) Any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions
of these regulations shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
♦conviction thereof shtfll be punished by a fine of not more than $500»00
or imprisonment for not more than one' year, and each day that such person continues any such violation shall be deemed a separate offense*
Authority. A. S; Title ld. Health and Safety
History.  In effect, on and before July 23, 1959,
effective date of Alaska Administrative Procedure Act.
 as fum
CODE  11
VAflCGUl
* • W •
ilAY 2$, 1970
F-727.
2gTh
Confirmation Copy
1615 K.
/fab.
^X^c'c- Jfr. J. N. Fraine, Vancouver,
^c.c.JIfr. H. J. Tumilty, Victoria.
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H. Tyson,
Manager, Marine Operations
:
Gvuutia/i (Pacific
MARINE DEPARTMENT, PIER "B", VANCOUVER, B.C.
Ifoveiaber 1st, 1968.
13713
11542-G,
N* Sigsworth, Ksq#
Divisional Supervisor
Steamship Inspection Service
Department of Transport
606 - 325 Granville Street
Vancouver, B# C*
Dear Sir:
On July 3rd last, your File: 9562-445, you were
good enough to forward to ne a copy of a letter which you
received under date of June 21st, 196$, from the Chairman,
Board of Steamship Inspection^ Department of Transport,
Ottawa, to be posted on the ^rrincess Patricia11 for
presentation to the U«S<> Coast Guard when requested, in which
it states the extent of compliance with the Convention and
amendment with respect to the ^Princess Patricia11*
As it is necessary for us to include in advertising
material that the "Princess Patricia*  meets the Fire Safety
Regulations, and^as we are now preparing our advertising for
the 1969 Alaska Service, I would very much appreciate receiving
a letter from you similar to that of July 3* 196$, to cover
the 1969 Season•
Yours truly,
*N4^c.
Manager
Marine Operations,
c*c* H*J* Tumilty, Esq*
TRAINS/TRUCKS/SHiPS/PLANES/HOTELS/TELECOMMUNICATIONS   •  WORLD'S MOST COMPLETE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
 Vancouver, 8. 0*
November 7, 1966.
13713*
J* is* fraine, Em4
Senior Regional Vice-President
Vancouver, 3. §«
Reference your letter of October 29th, File: 34501
in connection with eouiniunlcatioiis received from the Chairman,
Board of Steamship Inspection, Department of Transport, Ottawa,
which were to be posted on  board the tf Princess -Marguerite1* and
ffPrincess Patricia11 for presentation to the 8#f« Coast Guard
when requested, with respect to the 1966 Fire Safety .Standards•
You will now find attached photostat copy of letter of
5th instant received from the Senior Steamship Inspector,
Department of Transport, Vancouver, from which you will note
that the letters received from the Chairman, Board of Steamship
Inspection, Ottawa, have no  expiry date and remain valid. Copy
of :'r. ..oorcroftfs letter is being posted on board the "Princess
Margueriteff and ^Princess Patricia %
Jferine Operations*
attachment.
/pac*
H# Newton9 ksq#
A. uc^ermott, Esq*
c.c.o.
c»c* ^H. J* Tumilty, Esq* /$/'  /
c*e*   Master, Princess Margu^flte
c*c*   Master, Princess Patricia*
FORM 101 T
 CANADA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
MINIST^RE  DES TRANSPORTS
YOUR FILE     137^-3
VOTREREF:      H^-O
IN REPLY QUOTE
REF. A RAPPELER:
9562-445
9562-128?
606-325  Granville St.,
Vancouver 2,  B.C.
November 5> 1968.
lvlr. W. Tyson, Manager
Marine Operations
Canadian Pacific
Marine Dept. Pier B.
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:
Re: Princess Patricia, Princess Marguerite
SOLAS COHVROTIOH ' _____
Further to your correspondence of November 1st, 1968 requesting
letters from Chairman Board of Steamship Inspection for presentation to
U. S. Coast Guard%
This is to advise you that letters mailed to you on July 3rd,
1968 have no date of expiry and remain valid.
Yours truly,
!j/^^«tf^^^
/J. Moor croft
(/Senior Steams
SSI Western
Inspector
^mxM&wz****
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Vietoria,  B.  C, June 12th, 1970.
H. J. Tumilty, Esq.
H. Tyson, ^sq., Vancouver.
Reference your letter dated June 2nd, 1970, file No. 2412-B.
The classification of the "Prineess of Vancouver*, "Princess
Marguerite* and "Princess Patrieia" is Lloyd*s Classification 100 Al.
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Date:   Victoria, B. 0., June 3rd, 1970,
From:   H. J. Tumilty, Esq.
To:     H. R* Impey, T5sq., Vancouver, B. C.
Reference your letter to me, dated June 1st, 1970, file
8-981-092-11028-0, for the Van Test Services to inspect
Boiler water systems on our vessels and date vessels
to be put under inspection.
"Princess Marguerite"-  May 1st, 1970, to Sept. 30th, 1970,
"Princess Patricia^ -  May 13th, 1970 to Sept. 30th, 1970,
"Princess of Vancouver" - May 1st, 1970, to Dec. 31st, 1970.
The "Princess of Vancouver" is ymv?jy  as she stays on the
run. The other two vessels are seasonal*
Asst, Supt. (Engineering)
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468 Belleville St.,
Victoria, B. C,
Jum* 9th, 1970.
London Salvage Association,
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Iferlne Building,
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sirs,
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Inclosed is copy of letter I received firoa
the Chief I5ngin«er, ^Princess Patricia11, dated ifey 31st,
concerning the damage on the motor generator operating the
air conditioning of the above vessel.
I have had a verbal quotation fros Mr. F. K.
Balllie, Repair Superintendent, Burrard Brydock, that the
cost will be approximately between i4#800 and #5,000.
lours truly,
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Princess Patricia,
31st, 1970.
H. J. Tunrlty, ^sq»,
Asst. Supt. (Engineering),
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir:
On May 27th, 1970, at Skagway approximately 17:30 hrs.,
the field resistance on rheostat burned out allowing motor generator
servicing air condition system aboard this vessel to overspeed,
damaging field windings on AC. Armature and damage to D.O. end, extent
not known*
Yours truly,
(Sgdo)  J. M. Irwin
Chi^f *!ngineer
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Victoria, B. 0.,
Jum* 5th, 1970.
m?.  Wilson,
Lloyd1s Register of Shipping,
355 Burrard St.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sir,
Enclosed ar#* the ultra sonic thickness
testing reports of tha ahull plating fcr our vessel, the
nWrimm*®  Patricia % carried out May 15th, 1970, whilst
vessel was afloat In Vancouver.
fours truly,
*I. J. Tumilty*
Asst. Superintendent (ita&lneerlng)
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468 Belleville St.,
Victoria, B* C.,
Jun^ 5th, 1970.
Ifr. R. Baird,
Senior Steamship Inspeigtor,
528 Federal Building,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir,
Unclosed is a partial ultra sonic shell
thickness f&ta&ureiaent performed on our vessel, the ^Princess
Praticia*, whilst afloat on May 15th, 1970, at Vancouver.
Tours truly,
Asst. Supt. (%igineerlng)
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For your records is partial ultrasonic thickness tests for
"Princess Patriciafs« hull plating.
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Princess Patricia,
May 31st, 1970,
H.J.Tumilty, Esq.,
Asst. Stmt. ( Engineering ),
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir:
On May S7th, 1970 at Skagway approximately 17:30
hrs., the field resistance on rheostat burned out allowing
motor generator servicing air condition system aboard this
vessel to overspeed, damaging field windings on AC. Armature
and damage to DC. end, extent not known.
Tours truly, y .^ /
cc. H.Tyson, Esq., sT * V^o^^^^O
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Vancouver, B.C.
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TO: Mr. F. L. Chappell,
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Sir:-
Re: Inspection T.E.V."PRINCESS PATRICIA"
On May 8th. , 1970 the undersigned inspected the
"Cathelco" System in the above vessel.  All electrical
components were found functioning satisfactorily.
follows
Current adjustments were carried out and set as
Circuit No. 1 - 2.0 amps
No. 2 - 2.0  "
No. 3 - 1.0  "
No. 4 - 2.0  "
No. 5 - 3.0  "
Yours truly,
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T.E.V.?fPRINCESS PATRICIA"
May U 1970,
TO: Mr. F. L. Chappell,
Technical Director.
Sir i-
Re; Inspection T.E.V."PRINCESS PATRICIA"
On May 8th.>   1970 the undersigned inspected the
"Cathelco11 System in the above vessel.  All electrical
components were found functioning satisfactorily.
follows rH
Current adjustments were carried out and set as
Circuit No. 1 - 2.0 amps
No. 2-2.0  ff
No. 3-1.0  ff
No. H - 2*0  ft
No. 5 - 3.0  *
Yours truly?
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Bates   fictorla, B. G., June 2nd, 1970*
from?   H. J. Tumilty, laq.
Toi    Mm  Tyson, 9*t*i Vancouver.
At approximately 17i30 hours on May 27th, 1970, whilst
our vessel, ^Princess Patricia11, was berthed at Skagway
the field resistance on the rheostat controlling the
300 horse power motor alternator burned out, allowing
the motor generator to overspeed, resulting in severe
damage to the A.0. field windings*
Burrard Drydoek people were ealled in to meet the ship
on May 31st and removed the A.C* end for repair and
also were instructed to install a new rheostat to
replace the burned out one#
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Enclosed for your records is the machinery inspection report
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Ramsay Machine Shop.
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Sir:    Re:   Inspection t.e.v. "ffrine^ss Patricia"
On May 8th, 1970, the undersigned inspected the ffCathelco*
System in the above vessel. All electrical components were
found functioning satisfactorily.
Current adjustments were carried out and set as follows:-
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Date:   Victoria, B. C, ?4ay 22nd, 1970.
From:   H. J. Tumilty, ^sq.
To:    H. Tyson, ^sq., Vancouver.
Reference our vessels, the "Princess Marguerite*, "Princess
j&trigia" and "Princess cf Vancouver" which are classed
under Lloyd?s Register,
These vessels are under continuous Hull and Machinery
Surveys and for Load Lines by Lloyd's Surveyors.
"Princess of Vancouver" had her docking survey, annual
survey and Hull Special Survey (continuous) March, 1970.
"Princess Marguerite" had her docking survey April, 1970,
and Hull Special Survey (Drilling) April, 1970.
"Princess Patricia" had her docking survey May, 1970, and
Hull Survey May, 1970.
The continuous survey for the machinery of the above
vessels was performed during the time the vessels were laid
up, except the "Princess of Vancouver" whose machinery
surveys ar« carried out while the vessel is operating on the
run.
Asst. Supt. (Bagineering)
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Date:  Victoria, B. 0., May 22nd, 1970.
From:  H. J. Tumilty, Esq.
To:    Senior Chief Engineer, "Princess of Vancouver".
Chief Engineer, "Princess Marguerite"
Chief Engineer, "Princess Patricia".
The Bull & Roberts Inc., Hall System contract for
testing Boiler water and of supplying «hemieals by Galgon
of Canada Ltd. has been taken over by Vantest Services
Ltd., 555 Homer St., Vancouver 3, B. C.
All chemicals for boiler water treatment and boiler
water samples for testing are to be sent to the
aforementioned firm.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Sir:-
Re: Inspection and Service "Cathelco" System in
T.E.V. "PRINCESS PATRICIA"	
On March 24th., 1970 the undersigned accompanied by A. Tapp
inspected and serviced the "Cathelco" System as fitted in the
above vessel.  All tanks had been opened and an excellent descaling
job had been carried out.  After examination, all anodes were
found working satisfactorily.  The anode in the small Treatment
Tank had sufficient material to last another season.  The anodes
in the Main Treatment Tank and the Boat Deck Tank were expended
and renewed as follows:-
MAIN TREATMENT TANK
TWO (2) Corrosion Anodes
ONE (1) Marine Growth Anode
BOAT DECK TREATMENT TANK
ONE (1) Corrosion Anode
KE 35 - 28
HE 27535 - 24
KE 27535 - 47
Further to the above report current settings and electrical
panel components will be checked when this vessel is ready for
service.
Yours truly,
G. W. Mangelsen,
Field Supervisor.
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DATE:     Victoria, August 15-, 1969
FROM:     H. J. Tumilty, Esq., Victoria.
TO:      Harry Davies, Esq., Foreman Sailmaker, Victoria.
Nest Spring will you please arrange to have new JLf.
carpets installed in the following staterooms on
the "Princess Patricia"!,
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DATE:   Vancouver, January 27, 1970.  File No.: 13728 J, 13853.
FROM:   H. Tyson, Esq.
TO:   H.J. Tumilty, Esq., Victoria.
I have written you today under separate cover, enclosing
the 1970 Summer Schedule for the "Princess Patricia".
In view of the change in the schedule, it seems to me an
opportune time for us to go back to the former crew
establishment on the "Princess Patricia" with respect to
engineroom personnel.  In other words, instead of having
two Wipers designated as Firemen, we should now have them
classified as Wipers.  If it is necessary to operate an
extra boiler, then the Firemen could be paid overtime.
Incidentally, sometime ago, Harry Medforth said the Engine-
room personnel were quite upset because they did not have
the opportunity of working overtime, whereas in the
case of the Deck Ratings, they did receive overtime.
Possibly this would be one way of overcoming the problem
without increasing payroll costs. It might very well be
we may save a little moneyI
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Canadian Pacific Railway,
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Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sirs:-
Attention Mr. H. J. Tumilty,
Superintendent Engineer,
Re: Inspection and servicing of "Cathelco" System as
fitted in T.E.V.fs "PRINCESS PATRICIA" and
"PRINCESS MARGEURITE".	
Enclosed herewith please find copies of the Inspection
reports as submitted by our Field Supervisor, Mr. G. Mangelsen
on his findings and installation of renewal anodes on the
above named vessels.
With reference to his last paragraph, may we be advised
please as to the approximate time that these vessels are
expected to return to normal service.  When we have been
advised we will make the necessary adjustments to the controls.
Trusting that the above will be found satisfactory.
Yours truly,
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YOUR     FILE —
TO: Mr. F. L. Chappell,
Technical Director.
Sir:-      Re: Inspection and Service "Cathelco" System in
T.E.V. "PRINCESS MARGEURITE"	
On March 2<+th., 1970 the undersigned accompanied by A. Tapp
inspected and serviced the "Cathelco" System as fitted in the
above vessel. After examination all anodes were found working
satisfactorily. The anodes in the Main Treatment Tank and the
small Treatment Tank were expended. The anode in the Boat Deck
Tank had sufficient material to last another year. "Cathelco"
anodes renewed as follows:-
MAIN TANK
Two (2) Corrosion Anodes      KE 35-28
One (1) Marine Growth Anode   HE 27535 - 24
SMALL TANK
One (1) Corrosion Anode       KE 27535 - 30
Further to the above report all current settings and
electrical panel components will be checked just before this
vessel commences regular service.
Yours truly,
/Q.  W. Mangelserir;
Field Supervisor.
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TO: Mr* F. L. Chappell,
Technical Director.
Sir:-      Re: Inspection and Service "Cathelco11 System in
T.EiYi"PRINCESS MARGEURITE11	
On March 2*tth., 1970 the undersigned accompanied by A. Tapp
inspected and serviced the "Cathelco11 System as fitted in the
above vessel♦ After examination all anodes were found working
satisfactorily. The anodes in the Main Treatment Tank and the
small Treatment Tank were expended. The anode in the Boat Deck
Tank had sufficient material to last another year. ,fCathelco11
anodes renewed as followsz-
MAIN TANK
Two (2) Corrosion Anodes      KE 35-28
One (1) Marina Growth Anode   HE 2753S - 2*f
SMALL TANK
Oiie (1) Corrosion Anode      KE 27535 - 30
Further to the above report all current settings and
electrical panel components will be checked just before this
vessel commences regular service.
Yours truly9
^Qm  W.   Mangelseanr.
Field Supervisor.
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YOUR    FILE.
TO: Mr* F. L* Chappell,
Technical Director.
Sir:-      Re: Inspection and Service "Cathelco" System in
T.E.V."PRINCESS PATRICIA"	
On torch 2*fth. , 1970 the undersigned accompanied by A* Tapp
inspected and serviced the "Cathelco" System as fitted in the
above vessel. All tanks had been opened and an excellent descaling
job had been carried out. After examination, all anodes were
found working satisfactorily. The anode in the small Treatment
Tank had sufficient material to last another season.  The anodes
in the Main Treatment Tank and the Boat Deck Tank were expended
and renewed as follows:-
MAIN TREATMENT TANK
TWO (2) Corrosion Anodes       KE 35 - 28
ONE (1) Marine Growth Anode    HE 27535 - 24
BOAT DECK TREATMENT TANK
ONE (1) Corrosion Anode       KE 27535 ~ m
Further to the above report current settings and electrical
panel components will be checked when this vessel is ready for
service.
Yours truly,
G. W. Mangelsen,
Field Supervisor.
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Date VANCOUVER,  April 1, 1970.  File No: T.70-101 PM
From Mr. H. Tyson
To Mr. H. J. Tumilty, Victoria.
You will find attached copy of billing from Crown Zellerbach
Paper Company Limited in the amount of $$4*$$ covering
75 cartons supplied for the purpose of shipping the Life
Jackets back to the factory from the "Princess Patricia".
Is there any way in which we can recover this cost?
Manager^1 Marine Operations.
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The airconditioning unit which was suspended from the
deckhead in the After Social Hall, Starboard side,
MCM Deck of the "Princess Patricia" has been removed
and substituted with a wall-type airconditioning unit.
The motor which operated the fan which was located on
the funnel deck of the "Princess Patricia" and Which
caused considerable noise resulting in complaints from
passengers on "E" deck, has now been replaced.  This
should eliminate the noise factor.
While we originally intended to install bulkheads on the
main deck in the recreation area of this vessel, we are
unable to obtain the material in time for the 1970
Season and therefore this work is beincr delaved until 1971,
Manager, Marine Operations
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Mey 5th, 1970.
Mr* 8. Baird*
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Bsar Sir,
I mm requesting an *sxe»ption for our vmmml,  the
*Prl»ee8S BatTleis*, to haw th# following tragiimur Qfficsr **o
holds a Ministry of Transport First Class SnginiHir1® Certificate
of Service to b# pera&tted to operate the v#*ss**l as tagisaer
Officer this sums*. Is would fee *«ployad mm third Bagimer,
relieving Snoo^d Engineer #
Mr*  •• Qm Mtmmhm   3rd lagiwier Certificate »o. 5251,
(Balieving 2»d Knpine*r)    dated Awust, 1967.
Yours truly,
Asst. Supt. (ifiprln^firiiig)
ec - I. Tyson, !sq*
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From:  Mr. Ho Tyson
To:   Mr^ Ho J. Tumilty, Victoria,
Capto HoW. McAnerin will join the "Princess Patricia1*
in Victoria on Sunday night, May 10th, so that he will
be able to take the vessel to drydock the morning of
May 11th♦ As he will be master of the "Princess
Patricia" this summer he will be attached to the ship
and bring her from drydock May 14th*
The nPrincess Patricia" is to leave Victoria around
midnight May 14th and before arriving Vancouver is
to have her compass adjusted.
Capt. John Cochrane will join the "Princess Patricia"
in Victoria on the night of May 14th and will proceed
through to Vancouver on board*
We are endeavouring to make arrangements to have the
Direction Finder calibrated on the vessel en route
from drydock to Victoria*  Confirmation will be sent
to you in this connection*
The("Princess Patricia" is arriving Vancouver $:30 a*m*
on Friday, May 15th/~and will berth at Berth 4,
 16B Belleville St.,
Victoria, B. C,
Ifereh 20th, 1970.
We Haddock,  Sftt+f
Yard Hamper f
Yarrows Limited*
Victoria, B. G*
D^ar Sir,
Ttaclosftd are th*» specifications for the
drydoekinif of our vessel, the ••Princess Patricia11, to be
carried out fcy your yard during the period Ifey 12th, 13th and
Uth. 1970.
I would be obliged if* at your earliest
convenience, you would give an estinat* as to what the oost
of the drydoekin^ will be.
Yours truly,
Asst. Superintendent (l5rigrf.Be<eiring)
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Date:  Victoria, B. C., March 3rd, 1970.
From:  H. J. Tumilty, Esq.
To:    H. Tyson, Esq*, Vancouver, B. G*
Reference your letter to me, dated February 17th, 1970,
file T-10HD, in regards t© Fire Insurance Inspectorfs report.
As we have primarily just commenced the overhaul on the
••Princess Patricia1*, no work has been done as yet. This wsrk
will be done prior to ship sailing, and when completed I will
notify you.
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3121 S.W. Moody,
Portland, Oregon 97201
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468 Belleville Street*
Victoria, B* C*
Canada*
February 13. 1970
Dear Sirs:
Attention: Mtn Ralph fi« Ingram
From a recent issue of Maritime
Reporter and Engineering News it is noted that your
firm advertises axial flow fans.
Would you be kind enough to advise
availability and price of the itera described below,
stating approxiuate delivery time.required to reach
Victoria, currency quoted and f*o*b. point.
1 only 24" Axial Flow Fan,
capacity 0,000 cubic feet per
ninute * Lli" to 1J£* water gauge «*
220-230 volt D.C.
much appreciated*
Your prompt reply would be very
Yours truly,
(II.J. Ttsailty)
Assistant Superintendent (Engr) BCCS.
 Canadian (rcuctfic
Date Vancouver, B.C., Feb. 25th, 1970.  File: S.O. 8
From H.Ro Impey
To Mr. H.J. Tumilty
We understand Mr. Wiggins of West Line Ltd,
will arrange to pick up this equipment at
Victoria when their vessel TPolar Star1
arrives there for overhaul.
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From:   H. J. Tumilty, Ksq.
To:    H. Tyson, Kfq«j Vancouver.
Reference your letter to me dated December 2nd, 1969* file 13497,
in regards to replacing- present ua&te paper baskets on the
"Princess Patricia*.  "
Thr* estimate bo paint present baskets *$125 a year and
replacement of sections of carpets or cleaning |275 a year,
tottl cost $400.
Aast, Supt* (Engineering)
 Payroll deductions will be spread over twenty pay periods.  The first
deduction will be made on Period 25 (December 3rd to December 16th)
and the final deduction made on Period IS, 1970.
There will be no automatic deductions for bonds for the 1969 bi-weekly
pay periods 19 to 24th inclusive.  The 1969 series bonds will be
delivered approximately November 1st, 1970.
Semi-monthly deductions will be as follows:
Denomination
$ 50.
100.
5 0O«
1000.
Deduction
$ 2.60
5.20
26.00
52.00
Payroll pledges in the form of IBM Cards will be distributed.  These
cards have been preprinted for all employees in the service. Where
a preprinted card is not available for an individual employee, a blank
card is to be filled out, but the uppermost line should be left blank.
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DATE:  Vancouver, December 30, 1969.   File No.: 13497.
FROM:  H. Tyson, Esq.
TO:  H.J. Tumilty, Esq., Victoria.
On December 2nd last I forwarded you form to be completed
in connection with suggestion relating to replacement of
waste paper baskets in passenger accommodations on the
"Princess Patricia" with plastic baskets.
Will you please hurry return of that form as I am being
traced for it.
Manager, Marine Operations,
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DATE:  Vancouver, December 2, 1969.   File No.: 13497.
FROM:  H. Tyson, Esq.
TO:  H.J. Tumilty, Esq., Victoria.
Enclosed is copy of my communication of November 21st
to Vice-President Vancouver, concerning employee
suggestion relating to replacement of waste paper baskets
in passenger accommodations on the "Princess Patricia"
with plastic baskets.  In response thereto, I have now
been requested to complete a form, photocopy of which is
attached, and I would appreciate your advising to enable
me to do so.
In connection with total labour savings, I understand
that this suggestion will eliminate the repainting of
these metal cans and also cleaning of the carpet stained
by them.  Possibly under total material savings some
consideration could be made here with respect to the
cleaning or replacement of the carpets, either in part
or in whole as a result of the staining.
Your estimate on these items would be appreciated.
Manager, Marine Operat
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FORM 1D2
 DATE: Vancouver, November 21, 1969.  File No: 13497
FROM:  Mr. K. Tyson  ;
?u:   }{r* J.H. Fraine
Vancouver
Reference Suggn^tion .3-24376 and your communication :
under file of the same number relating to replacement
of waste-oaper baskets in passenger accommodations
on the "Princess Patricia11 with plastic.
Upon inspection of the vessel after completion of/
her Alaska^service it was found that in a number of
rooms carpets had been damaged due to the inclination
of passengers to deposit waste containing 4 loisture
in tf&ste cans .resulting in the present metal cans
heconim: rusted.  It was, .therefore, determined that
I some action would he required and the suggest!oil. ■
^ submitted is most timely and will be instituted.'
&   . . However, coats of a suitable sized and acceptable
j plastic container will approximate $3.50 each and
j\1 it. is, therefore, proposed to equipe approximately
lJ;    • .;: one^third of the rooms each year with this type of
vj .  . ' container until all metal containers have been re-
% %    f placed.
Delay in replying is due to the necessity af ascertaining whether fire regulations would permit replacement of the present metal containers with
plastic and we have just received information from
. *      the Insurance and Fire Protection Department that,
provided the containers are of heavy duty plastic,
*f such is permissible*
Manager, Marine Operations
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Date:  Victoria, B. C, December 19th, 1969.
From:  H. J. Tumilty, *Ssq.
To:    Mr. Moakes, Vancouver, B. C.
Enclosed gasket is satisfactory.  As to the name of the
tank, we are unable to find out as it was purchased by the
Princess Cruise Lines in the United States and put aboard the
vessel while she was running to Aeapulc®.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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GRAYSQKS BEVJSRAGES LTD.
105 4th Avenue,
Chilliwack, B. C.
November 26, 1969,
Mr. Moakes
Room 304
C.P.R. Depot
601 ~W. Cordova St.
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Mr. Moakes:
Ve handle Bar-0-Matic equipment but we are not
sure of the gasket you des5.re.
The enclosed casket is  from a Bastian-Blessing
tank which has been used quite some time ago.
you.
We do not have any in stock but can get them for
Please inform me of the name of the tank used.
Yours truly,
(Sgd.) GRAYSQKS BW^RAG^S LTD.
(Sgd.) C. Gray
" If This Satisfactory
Please Return Sample
With your Reply."
"Satisfactory"
"H. J. Tumilty"
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Date:   Victoria, B. C, November l^th, 1969.
From:   H. J. Tumilty, Victoria.
To:     Mr. S. A. Digby, Vancouver.
Enclosed requisitions are returned and marked by J. Irwin,
Chief Engineer, "Princess Patricia", as you requested.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Date:  Victoria, Hovember 14th, 1969.
Prom:  H. J. Tumilty
To:    Mr. S. A. Digby, Vancouver.
Enclosed copies of these requisitions are for material ordered
for the "Pidncess Patricia" on June 30th, 1969, and July 23rd,
1969.
There are m© order numbers and these requisitions are from the ship*
Will you please trace and return requisition copies to J. Irwin,
Chief Engineer, "Princess Patricia", in Victoria*
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Oteto^er 31st. 196$.
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Senior Steamship Inspector,
Federal Building,
Viatorla, B. G.
Sir,
WmliMmd are four prints of a modification
we denire to aairy cut o& th# stain Asek aft cm our veaael*
the "Priiseess .^tricta*, for your approval &M reeo»^i»lRtioni.
The purpose of th*s* fore a»d lift bulkheads
in this area is to make a working pmmtmgm for handling food
stuffs to the trmmmmx,  and at the sane time giving privmoy to
passengers t^rtfaed In stateroowi in this area.
Your* truly,
Asst* Superintendent (lugii^erteg)
cc - H. Tyson, Esq*
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DATE:  Vancouver, September 24, 1969.    File No.: 13728 J.
FROM:  H. Tyson, Esq.
TO:  H. Medforth, Esq.
2nd  Engineer
PRINCESS PATRICIA.
With reference to your letter of the 9th instant
addressed to Mr. E.J. Marsh, Accountant, in
connection with overtime for your Engineroom
Ratings who are employed for six hours due to
shortage of Firemen.
In this particular case, the provisions under
Section 10, Sub-section (e) would apply.  Under
the circumstances, the Engineroom crew when they
work six hours are to be allowed one hour's overtime.  If you have not already submitted overtime
sheets for the additional hour, they should do so,
and when received the Accountant will, arrange
payment to the men concerned.
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H.Medforth. Chief Exirineer.
Princess Patricia.
Vancouver. B.C.
9th September.69•
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accountant.
B.C.C.S.S.
Sir,
the Engine Room Ratings of this vessel
have raised a noint which may possibly cause changes in previous overtime
sheets.
Due to running with a shortage of Firemen at various times during
the season, it has been necessary at times to work other ratings over a
six hour period* with a meal period after the first two hours.
^hese ratings were therefore worked for a lh  hour period, given
a | hour neriod for the meal, then continued on to complete their normal
4 hour watch.
Or completed their normal 4 hour watch, given § hour period for
a meal, then continued working for an extra 1§ hour period*
For either case, on their overtime sheets, this was shown as the
I,1, hours overtime carried out nlua 1 hour for the "Penalty real Hour.
By Section 4. Subsection (c), of their Agreement, this is the
correct mothod of calculating their overtime.
The crew consider Section 10. Subsection (a) if taken into account
will give them, 2 hours overtime nlua 1 hour for the Penalty real r.our,
for the above situation.
Section 10. Subsection (e), states,
An employee off duty, called for
overtime work will be ^aid for a minimum of two (2) hours, for which two
(2) hours service ©ay be required, & thereafter overtime will be paid
him in half*hour (?r) periods.  In all cases, if a man is required to
work beyond his regular watch, he will be p.-id a minimum of one (1)
hours overtime.
This does not appear to contradict Section 4. Subsection (c)j
the crew however believe it does k  that for the l| hours vjork, extra to
the 4 hour watch, carried out, they should receive 1 hours overtime,
plus 1 Penalty ileal Hour. 3 hours in all.
^lease inform me of the correct interpretation of Section 10.
Section 4. in these subsections.
If the crew are correct, in'what manner do you wish the alterations
to previous overtime sheets to be shown.
Yours faithfully
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STANDARDS.
THIS CERTIFICATE IS BASED ON CONDITIONS EXISTING AT THE TIME THE INSPECT ION HEREIN SET FORTH WAS COMPLETED.
OR CLOSURE EQUIPMENT TENDING TO ALTER CONDITIONS IN PIPE LINES, TANKS OR COMPARTMENTS SUBJECT TO GAS ACCUMULAT
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in my judgment the residues are not capable of producing dangerous gases under atmospheric conditions and in the presence of fire.
2. SAFE FOR MEN — NOT SAFE FOR FIRE: Means that in the compartment so designated
the gas content is within the permissible limits of the Department of Transport Standards
and that in my judgment the residues are not capable of producing dangerous gases under
atmospheric conditions and in the absence of fire.
3. NOT SAFE FOR MEN — NOT SAFE FOR FIRE: Means that in the compartment so designated the gas content is not within the permissible limits of the Department of Transport
Standards or that in my judgment the residues are capable of producing dangerous gases under
atmospheric conditions or that the compartment was not tested by me.
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designated the residues are not combustible or flammable but are considered hazardous to
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2. SAFE FOR MEN — NOT SAFE FOR FIRE: Means that in the compartment so designated
the gas content is within the permissible limits of the Department of Transport Standards
and that in my judgment the residues are not capable of producing dangerous gases under
atmospheric conditions and in the absence of fire.
3. NOT SAFE FOR MEN — NOT SAFE FOR FIRE: Means that in the compartment so designated the gas content is not within the permissible limits of the Department of Transport
Standards or that in my judgment the residues are capable of producing dangerous gases under
atmospheric conditions or that the compartment was not tested by me.
4. NOT SAFE FOR MEN — SAFE FOR FIRE: Means that in the compartment or spaces so
designated the residues are not combustible or flammable but are considered hazardous to
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REMARKS
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SAFE FOR MEN-
APT SAFE FOR r?pE
SAFE FOR MEN -
HOT SAFE FOR FI
LUX ROOM
CHEMIST'S  ENDORSEMENT
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT, IN THE COMPARTMENTS NOTED IN THE FOREGOING LIST, I HAVE EXAMINED THESE SPACES FOR CLEANLINESS
EACH FOR GAS CONTENT AND AT THE TIME OF INSPECTION NOTED FOUND THEM TO BE AS INDICATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DEPARTMEN/
STANDARDS.
THIS CERTIFICATE   IS BASED ON CONDITIONS  EXISTING AT THE TIME THE INSPECT ION  HEREIN  SET  FORTH WAS COMPLETED.    TRAN^FtfR
OR CLOSURE  EQUIPMENT TENDING TO  ALTER CONDITIONS   IN  PIPE LINES, TANKS OR COMPARTMENTS SUBJECT TO GAS ACCUMULATION, J#NL
TIFICATE,  REQUIRES  INSPECTION AND  ENDORSEMENT OR REISSUE OF CERTIFICATE  FOR THE  SPACES  SO AFFECTED.
SEE   REVERSE  SIDE
FOR DESIGNATIONS
FORM   109-CE-60-E
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13. STEXXl
.GAS CHEMIS
TESTE/THE ATMOSPHERE1
*NSP0RT^AS   HAZARD   C0NT(
\LLAST 0R#4ANIPULATI0N OF VALU
?IFICAl/y ABfrROVED   IN THIS  C(
 DESIGNATIONS
1. SAFE FOR MEN — SAFE FOR FIRE: Means that in the compartment so designated the gas
content is within the permissible limits of the Department of Transport Standards and that
in my judgment the residues are not capable of producing dangerous gases under atmospheric conditions and in the presence of fire.
2. SAFE FOR MEN — NOT SAFE FOR FIRE: Means that in the compartment so designated
the gas content is within the permissible limits of the Department of Transport Standards
and that in my judgment the residues are not capable of producing dangerous gases under
atmospheric conditions and in the absence of fire.
3. NOT SAFE FOR MEN — NOT SAFE FOR FIRE: Means that in the compartment so designated the gas content is not within the permissible limits of the Department of Transport
Standards or that in my judgment the residues are capable of producing dangerous gases under
atmospheric conditions or that the compartment was not tested by me.
4. NOT SAFE FOR MEN — SAFE FOR FIRE: Means that in the compartment or spaces so
designated the residues are not combustible or flammable but are considered hazardous to
person nel.
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DATE:  Vancouver, September 12, 1969.
FROM:  H. Tyson, Esq.
TO:  H.J. Tumilty, Esq., Victoria.
For your information and record,
Manager, Marine Operations.
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Canadian (Pacific
H.lledforth. Chief Engineer.
Princess Patricia.
6th September.69.
H.Tumulty.
Assistant Superintendent. Engineering.
Sir, .' k
on  4th September•69♦*at Q8#13*K.
this vessel struck a log with the Propellers*
There has been increased thumping & vibration at the stern
since this time; also the Port Engine has shown an increase in
Horsepower at various speeds compared to previously*
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The damage does not appear severe enough to require change of
Propeller at this time*
Tours faithfully
7 *OS^^ .
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H.Medforth.Chief Eng.
Princess Patricia.
Vancouver. B.C.
12th Sept.69.
H.Tumulty.
Assistant Superintendent. Engineering.
B. CC. S.S.
Sir,
during the shutdown on October 6th* 69
I suggest we thoroughly soak in between the tubes in the Boilers
with Combustion Spray*
The 4 day steaming in November might then burn out any
Carbon Deposits & reduce the work necessary by Cartwrights shore
squad*
In case you think this feasible I am attaching it to a
Stores Requisition for Combustion Spray*
Form I02A
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DAT**   Victoria, B. C, S#pt<*ab<!r 19th, 1969.
TO:    Ghiitf Officer, "Princess Pfetriciaw
FROIII   H. J. Tumilty, Fsq,, Victoria,
1Snclo8#d i» copy of t#st Certificate for R.F.D. David Launched
Life Raft for your v©a»#l, Mo, 167, which will not be due for
re*inspection until August 26th, 1970.
Asat* Superintendent (Engineering)
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DATS:    Victoria, August 15» 1969
FROM:    H. J* Tumilty, laq., Victoria.
TO:      Harry Davies, Eaq., Foreman Sa'lutaker, Victoria*
Heat Spring will you please arrange to have new
carpeta installed in the following staterooms on
the ^Princess Patricia*!.
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147
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155
159
161
15-4
214,
317
335
337
342
347
433
Asst. Superintendent (Engineering)
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Dates  Vancouver, August 12, 1969.  File No: T. 33 i.
Prom:  Mr. R. Tyson
To: Mr. H. Newton - Vancouver
Reference your letter August 11th, Piles 11-3-19-C
concerning the Colombo Plan Conference.
This will confirm that the "Princess Patricia" will be
available either October 25-26 or November 1-2, 1969 to
handle this special party.  There will be no change in
the rate of $19,050.00 for the charter of the vessel
including the services mentioned which figure, it is
noted incidentally, is acceptable to the Director of
.     Conference Secretariat, Colombo Plan Conference.
FORM 101A
Manager, Marine Operations
c.c.o. Mr. J. ff. Fraine - This has reference my letter
of July 17th to Mr« Newton, copy to you.
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DATE   VANCOUVER,B.C. August 15th, 1969.  FILE: 982-10955-9
FROM    Mr, H.R. Impey
TO     Mr. H.J. Tumilty
Please refer to your requisition 8-982-10955-9 covering
turbine parts for the Princess Patricia.
W.H. Allen, Sons & Co. Limited, advise that these parts
will not be available before the end of August.
H.R. Impey.
Form 102A
 Ifctnager,
Marine Operations
£68 Belleville Ste,
Victoria, B* C,
Auguat 1st* 1969.
D. IfcKiimon, laq.,
Lloyd1a Surveyor,
1050 Jasmine Ave.,
Victoria, B. 0.
Dear Sir,
Inclosed is a copy of the insulation
resistance tests carried out on the main and auxiliary
electrical equipment on our vessel, the ^Princess Patricia11,
in July, 1969* for your records*
Tours truly,
Asst. Sxxpt* (imrineering)
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468 Belleville St.,
Victoria, B. C,
August lat, 1969.
D. Campbell, Ssq. *
Canadian Steamship Inspection,
528 Federal Building,
Government Street,
Victoria, B* G.
Bear Sir,
^closed is a copy of the insulation
resistance tests carried out on the main and auxiliary
electrical equipment on our vessel, the ^Princess Brbricia",
in July, 1969, for your records.
Tours truly,
Asst. Supt. (ingineering)
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DATRs      Victoria, B. C., August 1st, 1969.
FROM:      H. J. Tumilty, Esq.
TO?       W. W. Lummis, TSsq., Montreal.
Reference your letter, file 22722, to Chief
Engineer, "Princess Patriciaw, regarding our
requisition 1-982-10918-9, with delivery time of
approximately twenty-two weeks is acceptable on
the order for three (3) only Ho. M-13-GD3 bearings*
Asst. Superintendent (ingin^ering)
 Date:
From;
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Montreal, July 9th, 1969
Mr. UJ.LlJ. Lummis
File:  22722
Chief Enqineert
Princess Patricia,
CPR Uharf, ^68 Belleville St.,
Victoria, B.C.
The attached has reference to your requisition 1-982-10918-9.
Please advise whether or not delivery indicated is acceptable, or perhaps a suitable substitute could be obtained locally.
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Windsor Station
Montreal, 101, Quebec
Attention: Mr. W. W. Lummis
Reference: Your order #1-982-10918-9
Our #M-37850
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TEL. (514)  731-7661
CABLE ADDRESS "LYTUBE"
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Gentlemen:
Thank you for your order covering three (3) only bearings
No.M-13-CDS.
We are out of stock of these beairings and will be unable
to effect shipment before approximabiy twenty-two weeks
from our Montreal warehouse.
We trust that this will meet with your requirements.
Yours very truly,
LYMAN TUBE .£ SUPPLY COMPANY Limited
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ship CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO., S0LD CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.,
to  STORES DEPT., C/0 CHIEF ENGINEER, to  PURCHASING DEPT.,
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D&TB:      Victoria, B. C, July 28th, 1969.
PROM?      H. J. Tuallty, B»q.
TO:       H. Tyson, 1*q., Vancouver.
Reference your letter to mm,  dated July 3rd, your fil«
T.69-10HD* t» r«%f?arda to extending sprinkler control
system to female staff accommodation area in washroom.
This work will be performed in 1970 tie-up as time to
drain and pine* DftV piping in Is limited due to vessel's
quick turn wound in Vancouver.
tmnt.  Supt. (]%i£ineerlng)
 DATfs    Victoria, B. C, July 28th, 1969.
FROM!    H. J. Tumilty? ISsq.
TO:      H. Tyson, Esq., Vancouver.
Reference your letter to me, dated July 18th, 1969»
file T-69-1014 B, in regards to complaints of Boiler
Room exhaust fsai vibrations heard in room 4®^ our
vessel the "Princess Patricia11.
To correct this fault, the ultimate would be to supply
a large slow turning fan to eliminate not the vibrations
but the high-pitched whine of the electric motor on this
fan which conducts down into the rooms below.
We do have an alternative which night be less eirpenslve,
and that is to re-locate the fan on the centra line of
the funnel deck and re-pipe it to the forward funnel.
Fven by doing this I am not happy with the idea as the
whine could affect adjacent staterooms it its new location.
I am quite sure no rubber mounts or anything similar will
eliminate the motor noise In its present position.
Asst. Superintendent (Engineering)
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DATE:    Vancouver, July 18, 1969.    File No.:  T.69-1014 B
FROM:    H. Tyson, Esq.
TO:    H.J. Tumilty, Esq., Victoria.
Reference the attached.  I have asked Mr. Sharp to
contact a firm in Vancouver to see if any improvement
can be made.  He is having a representative of
Westinghouse look at the fan to see what action can
be taken to that already carried out in an endeavour
to improve the matter.
Manager^ Marine Operations.
attachment,
/pac.
 Princess Patricia
July 11th, 1969.
Canadian (PacMic
Bft'CofctSteals • ,•
cc -
Mr. H# Tyson,
Mgr., Marine Operations,
Vancouver, B#C#
Dear Sir*-
Thls will report that two passengers9 Mrs. Tyndall and
her daughter, Miss Tyndall, were going to go ashore at Prince Rupert
on arrival (July 12th) account the aggravating noise heard in their
room ^04, eminating from the Ventillatlng Fan on the Funnel Deck.
By good fortune we were able to arrange a switch of rooms with
Mr. & Mrs. Morrison In room 110, and between them they agreed on a
transfer, Mr# Morrison availing himself of the elevator and the
Tjrndalls, the quietness of 110. T
Tickets. Mr & Mrs. Morrison llxKR No. 9400-9401 - Victoria June 23.
Mrs & Miss Tyndall     do  H341-H342- Toronto, June 3rd.
Passengers portion of tickets enclosed, no additional collections made.
The details of the incident are as follows. After leaving
Vancouver, Mrs. Tyndall Sr.(404) came to me and complained most
bitterly about the noise in her room. 1  proceeded to her room and
found it to be as *stated, a high pitch electrical noise that was most
uncomfortable. I had to apologize for* the noise and explained we
were completely filled and there were no vacant rooms. *be !a$T and
her daughter were both extremly annoyed and the thought of spending
the next seven days with such annoyance after spending some,f700#00
was most disconcerting.
I appealed to the Chief Engineer, Mr# Irwin, If something
could not be done, and was told it was impossable to shut the fan off or
the crew in the boilerroom would quit.
With Mr. Munfy, we searched out the berthing sheet and found
two uppers In widely scattered parts of the ship, but this was not acceptable.
The two ladies spent a most uncomfortable night .^the room
itself was n^ce enough but the noise persisted all night, fy good
fortune, this morning, we were able to effect a transfer mentioned
in the first paragraph.
Is it possible a sound Eliminating engineer be consulted
with a view to eliminating this noise, as this nuisance Is bound to
'repeat constantly all summer with eventual loss of revenue. J
lours truly,
GPA - Please protect revenue on ticket.      Purser.
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DATE:    Victoria, B. C, July 2Sth, 1969.
FROM:    H. J. Tumilty, Esq.
TO:      H. Tyson, Esq., Vancouver.
Reference your letter to me, dated July 9th, file
13913.
The approximate cost to place a secondary fuel line from
one of our starboard fuel oil tanks directly to the
fuel oil pump on the ^Princess Patricia" would be $750.
This should prevent air locks and th*> subsequent smoking
of the vessel while in the Port of Vancouver due to the
erratic fluctuations of the oil pressure to the burners.
Asst. Supt. (^igiiieering)
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2.
tank~trueks in  ifanaimo, iftbA is vhat Ml do for the
^Princess M&rg^aarite11 in Victoria.
For passengers transferring front the MPrincess
Patricia11 to the ^Princess of Vancouver", arrangements would be tm&e  to provide them with breakfast
on the tfPrincess of Vancouver11 enroute to Vancouver.
Mr. G. Lawson, Marine Superintendent, Canadian
National Steamships telephoned me today and asked
What arrangements mm  i*?ere diking in the event of an
I.L.W.tl. stride.  1 informed him of the above. He
then asked if we  would agree to allowing the "Prince
George" me om  Nanaiiio Terminal. Ee «as informed
we would consider his request and would advise later
in this regard. hs yam are amre* we  use Canadian
National fs dock at Prince Rijpert and I think it is
only right that we should reciprocate.
Manager* Marine Operations.
c.c.d^^J.N* Fraine, Esq.
cc.
cc.
J. Tumilty, Esq. ^si^T
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FORM   101 -T
DATSs    Vancouver, July 23, 1969.     File Ho.: T.69-10? 13802 H.
FROM:    H. Tyson, Esq.
TO;    H. Newton,    », Vancouver.
The International Longshoremen*s and Warehousemen's
Union supply Linesmen for the "Princess Patricia"
and also handle the baggage and ship's stores.
In the event of an I.L.W.U. strike, it would appear,
if the Longshoremen's Union handling Coastwise passenger
vessels decide to stop work, Ms Will have to find
another berth for the "Princess Patricia".  After
giving considerable thought to this matter, it appears
to me that the best arrangement would be to have the
"Princess Patricia" arrive direct front Alert Bay to
Nanaiioo.  While the "Patricia" arrives Vancouver at
09:00 a.hi., ws would have the vessel arrive Hanaimo at
06:30 a.m.  Passengers and baggage would then be
transferred to the "Princess of Vancouver" which
departs from Nanaimo at 07:00 a.m. We would use either
Berth 1 or Berth 2 at Nanaiitto and have a long gangplank
available for the disembarkation of the passengers.
The passengers would then arrive Vancouver at 09:45 a.m.
instead of at 09:00 a.m.
Regarding the out-going passengers.  They should be
transported to Kanairao from Vancouver on the 07:00 p.m.
sailing1of the "Princess of Vancouver". A check would
require to be made so that in the event that all
passengers are not on board at 07:00 p.m., we would
have to make arrangements for them to be transported by
the B.C. Ferries to Nanaimo.  The "Princess Patricia"
would then be held in Nanaimo until all passengers are
on board.
The ship's stores would be loaded  in Manaiino.
We would make arrangements  to take on oil via the  use of
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cc.     H.J.   Tumilty,   Esq.
In case you did not receive copy of reply
received from Chief Engineer, copy is enclosed
in this connection.
Manager,/Marine Operations.
 FORM   101-T
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DATE: Vancouver,   July  29,   1969. File  No.:   T.69-1014 D.
FROM: H.   Tyson,   Esq.
TO:   A. McDerraott, Esq., Montreal.
Reference Fire Insurance Inspector's Report of
Inspection of the "Princess Patricia", June 24th.
It i-     ies ted that the recommendation contained
in Item 1 be reconsidered.  These are not lockers
:ded for the -jrpose of housing
electrical and sprinkler controls but were installed
in existing lockers as "being the most convenient
p]    for s       ; llation.  There are many such
controls located throughout other portions of the
vessel Which are not contained in lockers, and as
far as I am  aware, such a construction is not
required.  These installations have been approved
by Lloyd's and Canadian Steamship Inspectors.
Item No. 2 has lyeen  done.
Number 3 will be done during annual overhaul in
1970 as there is insufficient time in port during
this existing season to carry out such work.
Number 4 has been done.
Reference Nos. 5 and 6.  It is requested that this
recommendation be reconsidered before we go to the
expense of providing additional fire extinguishers.
There are two Smothering Steam Lines terminating in
this Hold and also a 10-lb. Dry Chemical Fire
Extinguisher at the top of the stairway leading down
to the Hold.  Both! Canadian Steamship Inspection and
U.S. Coast Guard Inspection are satisfied with this
installation.
Manager, Marine Operations.
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With reference to your letter of ftfLy 5rd 1969/
Ho.: T.G9-1014 D, tatj       *he
Insurance Inspector. /
Under Ho.1 (a) "D,f Deck, r Jul bo«
shins drawing as a locker not an
it were for electrical fuseboaioa.it s
sise it is; also the Chief Steward uses the 1
stowage of equipment etc., 1 Mire brou-i t it
about the two onen containers of combv
he has assured me he will have removed*
tinder Uo.l (b) ,f0ff Deck- Aft* thi
control locker, it is a fair siaed looker f
equipment etc., it just happened to be   ^nd;
.install this sprinkler control v-:   the arti<
this locker will not hamper" the operation of '
I might add that on this veerol not. the ej
valves are not in a locker they are in the on<
Under Wo.l (c) *BW Deck- QQ$ B
or equipment stored here which are on -lee]
the operation of the OOg Bottles as the contra
is outside this room.,and controlled by levers
connected to the top, of the bottles,we are ve:
stowage space and this room has been used for
it equipment for years; this equipment
ok could not interfer with the    stion
Under Ho* 2 frAtf Deck- Forward, Ore
Room, the mentioned sprinklei   d has been straight
Under TTos. 3&4 IUZ  Kold^j    .rd), Before 1
the two fire extinguishers W6nl^f51ease ascertain f
fire Insurance Inspector if he is aware that there
Smothering Steam Lines terminating in this
10 L3% Dry Ghemici.   ~a- extinguisher at t
stairway leading down to the hold. This hold h ad t
Canadian Steamshin Insnection regulatj the r.3.0oa
Gaurd seem to be satisified, I would like to be sure that
is necessary before ordering extra fire extinguishers.
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MARINE DEPARTMENT, PIER UB", VANCOUVER, B.C.
July 31, 1969.
File No.: 13913.
J. Satterthwaite, Esq.
Chief Air Pollution Control Officer
Department of Permits and Licenses
Air Pollution Control Branch
City Hall
453 West 12th Avenue
Vancouver 10, B.C.
Dear Mr. Satterthwaite:
Further to my letter of the 7th instant in connection with
report that the "Princess Patricia** on June 17th, 1969, was
. observed smoking in excess of the limitations set out in the
Canada Shipping Act Air Pollution Regulations, while docked
at Pier C.
This will now confirm we will arrange to install a secondary
fuel line from one of our starboard fuel oil tanks directly
to the fuel oil pump on the "Princess Patricia", which will
be carried out prior to the vessel resuming service next
Spring.  This should prevent air locks and the subsequent
smoking of the vessel ^&iile in the Port of Vancouver which
previously was caused due to the erratic fluctuations of the
oil pressure to the burners.
Yours very truly,
ager, Marine Operations.
cc     ETJ.   Tumilty,   Esq/^^/
cc     Chief  Engineer   "Princfess  Patricia".
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DATE:
FROM:
TO:
Vancouver, July 28, 1969.     File No.: 13934 (69)
H. Tyson, Esq.
H.J. Tumilty, Esq., Victoria.
In our 1969 Appropriation for the "Princess Patricia",
we included an item for 575 life-jackets, amount
$6,500.00.  Will you please let me know if requisition
has been submitted to cover these life-jackets.
I also understand you have managed to obtain a
much lower price for these jackets which would
considerably reduce our expenditure.
Manager, Marine Operations.
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PRINCE
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INSULATION h.,aiKV?A:TCL TLLTS JULY 19.69
Propulsion squipment
Alternator, Stator ard cables.
Alternator field stationary.
..iter Armature and cables.
Motor P.* eld* and cables.
Motor Field contactor and connections.
Motor Stator.
Lubrication Oil pump mot ors
Propulsion motor cooling fans
Auxiliary Equipment Engine room.
Attraction pump motors!
Circulating pump motors
in feed pump motors.
Arosh water pump motors.
General service pump motors.
33'G EW D.Of Generators
200 WH  D. C.Generator
Dunham vacuum pump mo tor#
itomator lighting sets*
Lly Board Comp.
Oil Purifier
Auxiliary .Equipment Boiler rooms.
Oil Pu clpump motors   Po r^TntJo ard
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DATE:
Victoria, July 22nd, 1969♦
FROM:
Ho J, Tumilty, Esq.
TO:
M. Tyson, Esq., Vancouver.
Reference your letter to me, dated July 9th, 1969, your
file T.69-99-1-4, in regards to air conditioning im rooms
on Boat Deck, "Princess Patricia".
No passenger staterooms on the Boat Deck of our "Princess
Patricia11 are air-conditioned.
Asst. Superintendent (Engineering)
 	
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DATE:     Vancouver, July 9, 1969.
FROM:     H. Tyson, Esq.
TO:     H.J. Tumilty, Esq., Victoria.
File No.: T.69-99-14.
Reference the attached.  Will you please let me know
the numbers of the staterooms in Which the air-conditioning
units have, .now been eliminated.
We will require to change our advertising in order to
avoid complaints of this nature.
Manage^ Marine Operati
ons.
attachment.
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H. Tyson, ^q.,
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Vancouver, B. C.
Reference your letter to tite, dated July 4th, 1969,
file 13913, in regards to "Princess Patricia" making smoke in the
port of Vancouver.
To re®€.dy the condition which occurs on the
"Princess Patricia" while fueling up will require a separate oil
fuel suction line to be fitted on one fuel tank and then taken
directly to the pump suction of one of her main fuel pumps.
This correction will have to he performed whilst
the vessel is undergoing her next annual overhaul as one heavy fuel
oil tank will have to he emptied and gas freed before any work may
commence.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Vancouver, B.C., July 4, 1969.  13913.
H.J. Tumilty, Esq., Victoria.
Please let me have the benefit of your advice,
thus enabling me to reply quickly.
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Manager,/Marine Operations .
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CITY HALL
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VANCOUVER  lO,  B.C.
OUR FILE NO.
TELEPHONE: 876-1313
DEPARTMENT OF PERMITS AND LICENSES
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL BRANCH.
June 26th,  1969.
Captain H. Tyson,
Manager, of Marine Operations,-
Pier B,
Vancouver, B.C.
B.C. Coast Stsanish^SenlaB
Marine OperaJiot^s.
VANCOUVER B.C.
Dear Sir,
Re* Smoke from "Princess Patricia"
On June 17th, the above mentioned vessel was observed smoking
in excess of the limitations set out in the Can|da Shipping Act Air Pollution
Regulations while docked at Pier C#
We contracted Mr. Medford, Engineer on the Princess Pat
regarding the infraction and he informed us that to control the smoke under
the existing conditions was very difficult due to the piping layout of the
oil fill and suction lines.
We would appreciate hearing from you regarding plans to improve
the piping layout or any other changes you might have in mind to improve the
smoke emissions from the ship.
Yours .truly,\
J.S./as
J. Satterthwaite,
Chief Air Pollution
Control Officer.
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Victoria, B. G., June 13th, 1969.
H. R. Impey, Esq.,
Purchasing Agent,
Vancouver, B. 0.
Reference your letter to me, dated Jim© 9th, 1969,
your flii 982-10985-9.
We have cancelled requisitions 10986 to 10991, and
have placed them as one gasket set for a 4I&? Gardner Diesel Engine
plus the three sizes of piston rings on requisition 982-10985-5.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B. C, June 6th, 1969.
J. H.  Irwin, Esq*,
Chief :.£ngln*er,
•Princess Patricia11,.
Vancouver, B. 0.
Enclosed for your information and records is the
Inspection Certificate for the G0g> 80-lb. type cylinders aboard your
vessel for the year 1969.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B. C, June 6th, 1969.
Chief Officer,
•Princess Patricia*,
Vancouver, B C.
Enclosed for your records is the Re-Inspection
Certificate No. 30220 for one 25 R.F.D. inflatable davit launched
life raft for your vessel, raft serial number 165.
This raft is being* shipped to-night for your vessel in
Vancouver.
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Chief Engineer,
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Vancouver, B. C.
Enclosed are two copies of Hull and Machinery Survey
lists pertaining to your vessel fr©m Ll@yds for your information.
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VANCOUVER, B. C.
For your records, I am enclosing test certificate
for one 15-fathoms length of anchor cable from your vessel*a port
anchor cable that has now been replaced, after joining link fractured
during stowage in Esquimalt Drydock, May 1st, 1%9.
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 — Canadian (Pacific
Vancouver. B.C.
May 28, 1969.
T.69-1010 A.
Chief Engineer
PROCESS OF VASCOOTER,
Our Fuel Department, Vancouver, has arranged to have moved to
Vancouver, two railway tank cars of Bunker nCn  fuel-oil for your vessel.
These tank cars will be available in Vancouver on Friday, June 6th©
One car will be placed on your vessel ami after you have
enptied it. it will be taken ashore and the other one will be brought
on board. At the beginning of the week of June 8th, arrangements
will be made, if necessary, for another two tank cars to be made
available with Bunker ffCw oil for your ship.
Manager
Marine Operations,
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IHaster, "Princess of Vancouver"
c.c. Ji^J. Tumilty, Esq. rff*"?*
cc. A.E. Hilling, Esq, y^~
cc. T.R. Weise, Esq.
FORM 101-T
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cc Chief Engineer, Princess Patricia.
Canadian (radfec
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Marine%perat long.
FORM 101 -T
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A.
Captain Georir© C.
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Further                                                      ' im connection with the
fuelling of j®m   vo»k
It is and^T'jt'^d,  "secure of weather conditions
oil wae not boats*                        '      ti were unable to bunker there.
ills every effort hi            : iait for your to;
ail at Kltimat and at Prine-s          rt,  our efforts were m
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oil in railway tank cars.                           .btb will b@ ora              at
■After discharge of passengers, lilfpifli  sii •                  ores r
imiMdist.           aded.
,ift your vessel to Pier             -ad
10s00 a.a* or as coon after as rx  ^iole to                    he fuel oil.
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heated ami also to provide the ceceftsary oil lines ot$ putsp in order
to assist your Chief iBglneer in bunkering the ship.
After yr.ur veaael has co&i/ifcttid bunkering,  plenum arrange
to shift back to Berth 4 where passengers will enbark and also to
permit t ■                                    torer                  * etc*  to be lesds&*
Im the event            e oil                  .at liming* arrange^mts will
be made to provide Bunker V oil at Pier ■"                                    ret* berth
FORM   101-T
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^|«"^^*"*V Vi*^^**^t^i^*J*^^*J*Jr ■©     ^*^  ©*^m  fJ^*J*
Vancouver, B. C.
February 13, 1969
T. 69-80,
H.J. Tumilty,, Esq.
Assistant Superintendent (Engineering)
Victoria, B. G.
Harry Davies forwarded to me, sample of green-
striped carpet of which there is only five yards on hand,
Would there not be a sufficient quantity available when
this particular type of carpet Is removed from the large
rooms on the "Princess Patricia11?
Manas
MariiUJ Operations
/pac
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PACIFIC COAST FIRE EQUIPMENT LTD.
REPRESENTING    WALTER    KIDDE   COMPANY    OF   CANADA    LTD.
Canadian Pacific Railway Purchasing Co.,
Victoria*  B.C©
INSPECTION  CERTIFICATE
NAME OF INSTALLATION:
Vcsssl:  ^Princess Patricia®•
This is to certify that our representative from above firm has inspected the equipment
noted below and he has left the equipment in good operating condition.
SBRVICEP©
Main C02 - Bank of Cylinders.
14  m       80 lb. C02 Cylinders
Engine Room «» Aft.
2       -       80 lb.  C02 Cylinders
Ingine Room    -    Fwd.
2  m       80 lb© C02 Cylinders
All above Cylinders chocked with Liquid Level Indicator©
Inspection   made   &y: J(/3^iZ^^^^Od{f
date: AprM. ...28* 196?.©..
Customer's   Order   No.
Our   Invoice   No.pQ....!.$ .§.0.2
For
PACIFIC   COAST   FIRE   EQUIF^MENT   LTD.
904 Pandora Ave© ~  Victoria* B.C©
R© Redgrave*
Service Engineer.
 PACIFIC COAST FIRE EQUIPMENT LTD.
REPRESENTING   WALTER    KIDDE   COMPANY   OF   CANADA    LTD.
Canadian Pacific railway Purchasing Co.*
Victoria*  B.C©
INSPECTION CERTIFICATE
NAME OF INSTALLATION: Vesseli       *Princes*  Patricia".
This is to certify that our representative from above firm has inspected the equipment
noted below and he has left the equipment in good operating condition.
$**» ce* . ,r »»»*,„ ff ttJAaStSU
14      -      80 lb.  COS*    Cyliaa.re
WmmtUmB tm aiau
S  -  80 lb. C02 Cylinder*
2  *  80 lb. COS cyliaaera
All above yliadere checked with Liqui. level Indicator.
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Inspection   made  by:**-//
AfU^ZtJt
FOR
Date
April
28,  1968.
PACIFIC
COAST
FIRE  EQUir^vlENT   LTD.
904
Panders
A*s*  r     Victoria*  B*C*
Customers  Order
No.
Our
Invoice  No.PC
15602
!U Redgrave*
Service Engineer*
 MARINE SERVICES
SERVICES DE LA MARINE
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CANADA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
M1N1STERE  DES TRANSPORTS
STEAMSHIP INSPECTION SERVICE
528 FEDERAL BUILDING
VICTORIA B C
YOUR FILE
VOTRE  REF:
IN  REPLY QUOTE       Q^AO«»1 'JK
REF. A RAPPELER:       7jVfC~l  (?
May 6, 1969c
Canadian Pacific,
468 Belleville,
Victoria, B.C#
Attention: Mr. H* Tumilty
Asst. Supt.(Engineering)
Dear Sirs:
t.e.v, "Pr-jnce^ Patrick
Reference is made to the four iu)  copies of the undemoted drawing
which was recently submitted for approval:
"Proposed Alterations to take Reduced Pressure of Saturated
Steam from Main Boilers to Auxiliary Range0n
This drawing has been examined, is approved as submitted and one
copy is returned herewith,
The fee for examination and approval of this plan is 15.00 and
our invoice for this amount is enclosed©
Yours truly,
*L ^    4
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R©Baird
Senior Steamship Inspector
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Manager,
Marine Operations
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468 Belleville st©*;;
Victoria* -B.* CJ., -
May 2nd, 1969.
R. Baird, Isq.'* ' '	
Senior Steamship Inapeetor*
528 Federal Building,
¥ictori&* fi. C. "
Dear Sir,
Enclosed are certificates for your records
of inspection by the Pacific Coast Fire Equipment Ltd. of our
6O2 bottler abo&rd the ''"Princess Patricia® mid,  ^Princess
Iferguerite* for the year' 1969.      •..  	
Tour* truly,
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
itt ,*
 MARINE and  INDUSTRIAL CONCRETE BLOCK STATIONARY  AND
FLOORING WORK MARINE   BOILERS
H. A. (Sanfy) ORNISTON
GENERAL MASONRY CONTRACTOR
2634 BELMONT AVENUE   -   VICTORIA, B.C.    -   PHONE 384-6777
28th, March,   1969,
STATEMENT
CP.fi. Princess Patricia,
Scop© *
Repair Smoke Chambers where defective;
Materials
9 Plastic Firebrick 73.70
6 Sulrset 71.70
Clips 10.75
Idtng 11.50
#867.65
labour;
70 Man Hours #785.65
$% Super k Overhead       39.28
10% Profit 78.56
#903.49
H.A.0HMIST0H.
',cl0e C«fec Advantage o\ 92© One"
 MARINE SERVICES
SERVICES DE LA MARINE
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YOUR FILE
VOTRE REF:
CANADA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
MINISTERE  DES TRANSPORTS
STEAMSHIP INSPECTION SERVICE
528 Federal Building
Victoria, B. C.
IN REPLY QUOTE
REF. A RAPPELER
9562-J75
March 28, 1969
Canadian Pacific,
4.68 Belleville Street,
Victoria, B. C#
Attention: Mr. Tumilty
Asst.  Supt.   (Eng.)
Dear Mr. Tumiltyj
"Princess Patricia"
Reference is made to your letter of March 25, 1969,
concerning taking the evaporator out of service on this vessel.
The methods you have proposed to ensure that it will
not be used are quite satisfactory. If and when you decide to take
it back into service please notify us so that the necessary inspection can then be made.
Yours very truly,
R. Baird
Senior Steamship Inspector,
RB/mt
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Asst© Utipt© (!teeitiA«riiig)
cc - H. Tyson, laq©
Chief Engineer,
^Princess Patricia1* i
 COMMANDER, 13TH COAST GUARD DISTRICT
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS #39 (p. 3)
(CONSTRUCTION - CAUTION - continued)
water adjacent to the shore and will be performed from floating equipment,
work is scheduled to start approximately 12 June 1968 and be completed
within 7 months.
C. & G. S. Chart 6hh9
C. & G. S. Coast Pilot 7, page 213
OREGON - WASHINGTON. The following deficiencies previously announced in
Broadcast Notice to Mariners have been corrected:
[a) Rogue River Approach Lighted Whistle Buoy R (LL No. 77/121+6)-relighted BNM
512 -68 dtd 12 June j BNM 518-65 dtd lit June 1968.
[b) Eureka Light 77 (LL No. 11*90)-relighted. BNM 521+-68 dtd 15 Junej
BNM 531-68 dtd 17 June 1968.
[c) Cottonwood Island Upper Range Rear Light (LL No. 1537)-relighted.
BNM 525-65 dtd 15 Junej BNM 529-68 dtd 16 June 1968.
[d) Martin Island Upper Range Rear Light (LL No. 1559)-relighted. BNM
526-65 dtd 15 June| BNM 530-68 dtd 16 June 1968.
» Grays Harbor Lighted Whistle Buoy II (LL No. 2155)-relighted. BNM
527-65 dtd 16 June? BNM 528-68 dtd 16 June 1968.
[f) Grays Harbor Lighted Whistle Buoy 11 (LL No. 2155)-relighted. BNM
5U2-65 dtd 15 Junej BNM 5U3-65 dtd 18 June 1968.
[g) Apple Cove Point Light (LL No. 226U)-relighted. BNM 521-68 dtd lit
Junej BNM 523-68 dtd 15 June 1968.
h) Devils Head Light (LL No. 2325.11)-Light and Fog Signal restored.
BNM 539-65 dtd 17 Junej BNM 5U1-68 dtd 17 June 1968.
[i) Eliza Hook Light (LL No. 2U65)-Fog Signal restored. BNM 53^-68
dtd 17 June 1968j BNM 5U0-68 dtd 17 June 1968.
j) Middle Point Buoy U (LLP ll*9) - reset. BNM 533-68 dtd 17 Junej
BNM 535-65 dtd 17 June 1968.
k) Shannon Point Light 2 (LL No. 2U8l) - Fog Signal restored. BNM 520-68
dtd lii Junej BNM 522-68 dtd 15 June 1968.
1) Puffin Island Shoal Light (LL No. 2526) relighted. BNM 5l6-68 dtd
1U Junej BNM 517-65 dtd lit June 1968.
F. V. HELMER
Rear Admiral, U. S. Coast Guard
Commander, Thirteenth.Coast Guard District
DATE: 21 JUNE 1968
N0T1 .NO. 39  (P. 3)
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Victoria, B. 0©, March 13th, 1969©
"8.'Tyson, fsq.,
Manager, Marine Operations.
Vancouver, B. C©
Reference your turndown of larch 11th. file ^669-A,
on attached copy of letter, dated March 6th© from Sn^lneerin^ Division,
Alaska District, Department of the Army*
Following are the particulars requested!
(a) Length overall, molded   ~   373f 9*
(b) Breadth, extreme over guards -   58f
(c) Draft-, maximum loading  «  15f 7*
(d) Draft, light loading    -   Uf 2|*
(e) Mast, heirfit from water line (ffiax. load) * 1051 7h*   Foreaast
104r Tft* Main mast
(f) Mast, height fro® water line (light load) - 1071 Fore&ast
1061 Main aast
(g) Humber of passenger berths *  349.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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CANADIAN ° PACIFIC ° PIONEERS ° ASSOCIATION
NEWS   LETTER
GREETINGS FELLOW PENSIQNERS-
THE SPECIAL EVENTS COMMITTEE HAVE ARRANGED THE FOLLOWING
SCHEDULE FOR 1965:
May 9tJ) CHURCH PARADE First United Church, Gore and Hastings St. at
7p.m.  Service 7«30p„m<, Reverend Ross officiating.
Plan to attend this new Church,
May 25& BOAT TRIP TO NAHAIMQ and return.  Lunch aboard ship 95^.
Assemble time 11a.na at west door of station for bus service
to pier.  Tickets $1.75*  Boat leaves at 12 noon.  Widows
requiring half rate order procure them early to avoid delay.
June 22nd BUS TRIP TO HARRISON HOT SPRINGS and return.  Depart from
Q..E. Theatre at 10a.m. Lunch at Harrison Hot Springs $1.00
Bus fare $2.00.  (
July 20» ANNUAL PICNIC at Second Beach in Stanley Park. Free bus
at Bavie and Penman, i Inbound 1.30p.m. to 3p.m.  Outbound
5p.m. to 6p.m. Coffee, tea, cream and sugar provided.
Ice-cream cups.     i-
August 3rd GULF ISLANDS, Two bus loads.  No. 1 bus leaves Q.E.Theatre
at 10a.m.| for Anacortes arriving at 12.30p.m. where you leave
bus and board ferry leaving at 1p.m. Ferry calls at Lopez -
Orcas - San Juan Islands enroute, arriving Sidney at 4.30p.m.
You then 'hoard bus for Swartz Bay and Tsawwassen arriving
Vancouver1 7'.30p.m.  No. 2 bus also leaves Q.E. Theatre at
10a.m. for Tsawwassen Ferry sailing at 11a.m. arriving Swartz
Bay at 12.J0p.rn.  Bus wil-1 carry you to Sidney where you
board ferry calling at San Juan - Orcas - Lopez Islands
enroute, arriving at Anacortes at 4.30p.m.  You then board bus
for Vancouver arriving at 7.30p.m.  Meals can be purchased on
ferry if desired.  Bring your American money in such cases.
Fare a5»25 per person.
Dec 7tiJ ANNUAL BANQUET at Vancouver Hotel.  Details later.
Watch for House Party Tours - Director Mr. A. Stui-rock, 1381
Springer Ave., Burnaby 2.  Circulars included with pension
cheques giving particulars of each trip.
THi LaDILS AUXILIARY TO THE CPPA INVITES THE v/IVES AND WIDOWS, ALSO
FORMER FEMALE EMPLOYEES TO JOIN WITH THEM AND PARTICIPATE IN THE
ABOVE ACTIVITIES.  Certain reductions given from firms listed in Club
Room, 100, Canadian Pacific Station.  Membership Fee $1.00 per year.
Contact Mrs. A.M. Bolton, President, phone 731-4553, or Mrs. F. F.
Montgomery, Membership Secretary CY8-9580, 4360 Frances St. Burnaby 2.
Come and meet your former friends.
WE EXTEND TO ALL FORMER EMPLOYEES AN INVITATION TO JOIN WITH US.
Membership cards obtainable in Club Room 100, Canadian Pacific Station
or from our membership secretary G. Austin, 1265 East 19th Ave (10)
phone TR6-0752.  Out of town member contact the following secretaries:
REVELSTOKE, B.C.- W.G.Pavey, Box 384.
CRANBROOK, B.C. - J.H. Wheaton, Box 793.
PENTICTON, B.C. - O.L. Esterbrook, 352 Main Street.
KELOWNA, B.C.   - J.a. Trenouth, Box 392, Kelowna.
WHITEROCK, B.C. - a.J. Smith, 12641 - 22nd Avenue.
NELSON, B.C.    - J.C. Hielscher, 209 - 2nd Street.
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DJSPABTEraiT OF TJffi ARM!
Alaska District, Corps of Engineers
Box 7002
Anchorage, Alaska, 99501
6 March, 1969.
Marine Superintendent
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Marine Department, Pier B, . ;
Vancouver, B. §., Canada
Bsar Sir:
In connection with studies we are making of proposed improvements to
navigation channels and facilities on the Inside Passage of south-eastern
Alaska it is necessary for us to have dimension of vessejs that do now
or may use these waters. Consequently, we would appreciate your providing
us at your earliest convenience the following dimensions for your vessel,
the Princess Patricia:
ac Length overall, molded.
b. Breadth, extreme over guards
c. Draft, maximum loading
d. Draft, light loading
e. Mast, height from water line (max. load)
f. Mast, height from water line (light load)*.
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g. number of passenger berths.
Sincerely yours, tP
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March y%h$ 19# • fTfMt 982*1150-8
HOPPS
Joseph lobb ft Ctempsny,
2?25 l*ka City «fcy,
Burnaby 2, B.6.
Flaasa rafer to our Xattar mi ?stowyiy?y 2Mluf t^fMtiiiig
our piarofaase ordar   6%B8^*982*Qi450*8, datad Gatofeer 31# if68, cwaii&g
one set e&oh right band and left hand HJjager #AB22 water gauge aooks.
As you advissd that these items upsre sahedulad for
&h&pmm% tvm Britain the and of January if 49 and as thay are now
urgaatiy raqpiirad, na sfouid appreciate raeaiving spaoifie shifting
partiaiilars as quickly as possible.
Tours truly,
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cc:/H.J ♦ Tumilty, Esq.-We will advise you upon receipt of information.
cc: I. MaeDonald, Esq#
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Feferuaxy 2©tfc, 1969.   $Jtfjtm 902-1150-8
B.N. HOPPS
Joseph Bobb It Company,
2725 liaka City Way,
Burnaby 2, B.C.
Attention; Mrs. Orquhart
Dear Madam*
Please raf ar to our purchase ordar 69488*8-982-
01450-8, dated October 31, 1968, covering one sat eaeh right hand
and left hand Klingar #AB22 water gauge *cocks.
Aa par our several tel«rphone conversations, yon
have advised that these items wars scheduled for shipment fram
Britain the mid of January 1969*
These items are now 'wtfgmti&ty- required and we request
that you advise speeific shipping particulars at your earliest convenience.
lours truly,
\
cc:-/H.J. Tumilty, Esq.
ccj I. MacDonald, Esq.
Purchasin *gent«
- For your information.
Jp^cW-^
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JOSEPH ROBB & COMPANY, LIMITED
5575 Cote St.,
Paul Road,
Montreal 208, Que.
March 5th, 1969
Canadian Pacific,
Purchasing & Stores Dept.,
Vancouver 2, B.C.
Attention: Mr. B.N. Hopps
File:    982-0A50-8
Gentlemen:
In answer to your letter of Febo 20/69 regarding delivery on
the above order number, we have been advised by our suppliers in England
that the material was shipped on Feb. 20/69 and should arrive here by
March 14/69*
We trust this is satisfactory.
Yours very truly,
JOSEPH ROBB & COMPANY, LIMITED
(Sgd.) E. Crofts
Engineering Department
E. Crofts/db
Vancouver, B.C., March 20th, 1969o
File: 982-1^50-8
Mr. H.J. Tumilty
Victoria, B. C.
Mr. I. MacDonald,
Victoria, B. C.
)
) For your information.
)
 TELEr hones 385-6931 - 385-1113
Office of Technical Dir.
F.  LEWIS CHAPPELL, F.  INST.  D.
M.N.A.C.E.
J.   A.   READER,   M.I.M.A.R.E.,   S.N.A.M.E.
MARINE CONSULTANT
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SURVEY AND RESEARCH DEPARTMENT
P.O. Box 663, Victoria, B.C.
ADMINISTRATION
H. L.  RAMSAY
OFFICE  OF THE  PRODUCTION  DIR.
S. T. MOSSOP
SECRETARY-TREASURER
R.   Gi.kEAGM"
FIELD  SUPERVISOR
PROJECT-
M.V."PRINCESS PATRICIA"
March 3, 196 9
TO: Mr. F. L. Chappell,
Technical Director.
Sir:-
Re "Cathelco" System - M.V."Princess Patricia"
On February 26th., 1969 the undersigned accompanied
by A. Tapp and R. Polkey inspected and serviced the "Cathelco"
System on the above vessel.  The Main Treatment Tank and the
small Treatment Tank in the Engine room were opened and had
been cleaned.  Both tank anodes were expended and new anodes
installed as follows:-
Main Tank - Two (2) Corrosion Anodes KE 35 - 2 8
- One (1) Marine Growth Anode HE 27535 - 24
Small Tank - One (1) Corrosion Anode KE 27535 - 30
The Boat Deck Tank anode had sufficient material to
last another year.
Further to the above report the "Cathelco" electrical
control panel was inspected.  The entire "Cathelco" System on
the above vessel is in first class condition.  Current adjustments, if any, will be calculated and set just before this
vessel commences regular schedule.
Yours truly,
yG.   W/Mangelsen,
Field Inspector.
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ELECTROLYTIC   MARINE   CORROSION   SERVICES   LTD.
VICTORIA.   B.C.
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E TUEBINE-GENERATOHS LIMITED
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Your ref C.S. 572 Our ref GTS/MB/G.Q.B148258    Tel ext 2386
Canadian Pacific,
Purchasing & Stores Dept.,
P.O. Box 21,
Royal Liver Building,
Liverpool 3 15th January, 1969
Dear Sirs
YOUR ORDER C.P.(T) 206l/2
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
Further to your letter dated ?th January, 1969 concerning
the delivery position of the above order, we have to report that the
connecting pins of the rocker assemblies have been "lost in transit from our
sub-contractors. A new set of pins has already been ordered but due to the
Carborising and hard chromium plating processes required on them it will
unfortunately protract the completion date to Mid February. However as soon
as the completed material has been passed by our Inspection Dept., and placed
in our warehouse, we shall inform you without delay in order that you may let
us have your instructions for despatch.
Yours faithfully,
FOR AND ON BEHALF OF ASSOCIATED ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES LTD.,
(Sgd.) B. Monks
GEARED TURBINE SALES DEPARTMENT
AEI TURBINE GENERATORS LIMITED.
BM/JS.
Vancouver, B.C., January 24th, 1969*
Files: 982-1139-8
982-1140-8
982-1141-8
H. J. Tumilty, Esq.,
Victoria, B. C.
This has reference to your orders 8-982-1139-8, 8-982-1140-8
and 8-982-1141-8.

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