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468 Belleville Street,
Victoria, B. C.f
October 24thf 1968.
Reprints,
Blaring Trad* Dept.,
Mobil Sales & Supply,
150 Kant  4Snd Street,
Mew York 10017.
Dear Sirs,
I would be obliged if you would forward me m
print of the barque ^Selkirkshire* as shown in your September/
October 1968 issue of "The Oompess", and also a print of the
kerosine clipper ^Dayliprht11 as shown In your Ifey/June 1967 issue
of flThe Compassft.
Tours truly,
Assistant Superintendent (Engineering)
B. C. Coast Steanship Service,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company•
i
 ~XTD    onTTTexKI     on — ;
May 25» BOAT TRIP TO NAKAXMQ and return.  Lunch aboard ship 95*^
Assemble time 11a.m. at west door of station for bus service
to pier.  Tickets :ill*75*  Boat leaves at 12 noon,  Widows
requiring half rate order procure them early to avoid delay.
June 22nd BUS TRIP TO HARRXSOK HOT SPRINGS and return.  Depart from
Q.E. Theatre at lOadE*  Lunch at Harrison Hot Springs SI.00
Bus fare $2o00.
July 20^ ANIUAL PICNIC at Second Beach in Stanley Park. Free bus
at Bavie and Denman.  Inbound 1*30p.m. to 3p»m*  Outbound
5p.m. to 6p.m. Coffee., tea, cream and sugar provided.
Ice-cream cups*
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 lp.m. Ferry calls at Lopez -
Orcas - San Juan Islands enroute, arriving Sidney at 4.30p.m.
You then board bus for Swartz Bay and Tsawwassen arriving
Vancouver 7-30p.m.   No. 2 bus also leaves Q.E. Theatre at
10a.m0 for Tsawwassen Ferry sailing at 11a.m. arriving Swartz
Bay at 12.30p.m.  Bus will 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 ^5*25 per person.
Dec 7ih  ANNUAL BANQUET at Vancouver Hotel.  Details later.
Watch for House Party Tours - Director Mr. A. Sturrock, 1381
Springer Ave., Burnaby 2,  Circulars included with pension
cheques giving particulars of each trip.
T&£ LaDIES auxiliary to the cppa invites the wives 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.Mo Bolton, President, phone 731-4-553, 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.
KAMLOOPS, B.C.  -A. McLeod, 1255 Pleasant Street.
VICTORIA, B.C.  -,G.F. Simmonds, 2565 Forbes Street.
GENERAL MEETINGS are held every third Monday in the Arlington Hall,
1236 West Broadway, Vancouver.  Membership $1.00 per year.  Come and
meet your former associates.  On obituary notices the insignia C.P.P.A
may be used if desiredo
W. B. KNOX, President.
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▼ietoria, B. C, October 18th, 1968.
H. Tyson, 1Rsq#f
Ifan&ger, B&rine Operations,
Vancouver, B. C.
Reference your letter to See, dated October 15th, 1968,
file 13941$  concerning turndown on letter received from Lloyd1*
Register of Shipping.
I do not think we need this book at this time. In the
event we went in for new construction and the construction was under
Lloyds, then we would require this took.
Asst. Supt. (lta£ine*rlng).
 Pare „i>5.25 per person.
Dec 7tJ} ANNUAL BANQUET at Vancouver Hotel.  Details later.
Watch for House Party Tours - Director Mr. A. Sturrock,_1381
Springer Ave., Burnaby 2.  Circulars included with pension
cheques giving particulars of each trip.
TH3 LADIES AUXILIARY TO THE CPPA INVITES THE WIVES 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 731-4-553, 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:
REVELSTOEE, 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.
KAMLOOPS, B.C.  - A. McLeod, 1255 Pleasant Street.
VICTORIA, B.C.  - G.F. Simmonds, 2565 Forbes Street.
GENERAL MEETINGS are held every third Monday in the Arlington Hall,
1236 West Broadway, Vancouver.  Membership I? 1,00 per year.  Come and
meet your former associates.  On obituary notices the insignia C.P.P.A
may be used if desired,
W.   B.-KNOX,  President.
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Vancouver, B0 C.
October 15, 196£<
13941.
H. J# Tumilty, Esqc
Assistant Superintendent (Engineering)
Victoria, B0 C.
On September 11th I turned down to you, a copy
of letter received from Lloyd!s Register of Shipping
concering Rules for Steel Ships 19§9 and asked if you
considered we required this book. Will you please advise,
rnagfer
Marine  Operations,
/pac.
Form  I02A
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Victoria, B.C.,  October 13th, 1968#
|«  ft,  D5<*by,. T!*q#. .
LeJf Clerk,
Vancouver, B. Q*
Will you pl«ftM sand this.to Mr..!). Coleman in the
Vice-Presidentf» office end ask htm to note Page 28 of this issue of
^he Conptus*".
/isste Supt*  (itoirin^erinff)
 ~Srax   ^aarcroairaraaTA z
Fare .y>5»25 per person,
Dec 7tj! ANNUAL BANQUET at Vancouver Hotel.  Details later.
Watch for House Party Tours - Director Mr. A. Sturrock, 1381
Springer Ave., Burnaby 2.  Circulars included with pension
cheques giving particulars of each trip.
THE LaDIES AUXILIARY to the cppa invites the jives 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
KELOWNA, B.C.
WHITEROCK, B.C.
NELSON, B.C.
KAMLOOPS, B.C.
VICTORIA, B.C.
- O.L. Esterbrook, 352 Main Street.
- J.a. Trenouth, Box 392, Kelowna.
-a.J. Smith, 12641 - 22nd Avenue.
- J.C. Hielscher, 209 - 2nd Street.
- A. McLeod, 1255 Pleasant Street.
- G.P. Simmonds, 2565 Forbes Street.
GENERAL MEETINGS are held every third Monday in the Arlington Hall,
1236 West Broadway, Vancouver.  Membership ^1.00 per year.  Come and
meet your former associates.  On obituary notices the insignia C.P.P.A
may be used if desired„
W. B. KNOX, President.
T ?mm-,p -R asFS^scE
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Manager,
Marine Operations
468 Belleville Hfc.,
fictoria, B. G#,
October 4th, 1968.
H. 0. Clemens, ^sq.,
4076 - 24th fi. imiilii
Seattle* Wash* 98108.
Bear Sir,
fieferemoe your letter to us dated September
20th, 1968.
We are pleased to forward you drawings of our
vessel, the *Frincess Marguerite®, f ou will note that soae of the
drawings are isarked ^Princess Patricia11, but as the "Frlneess
Patricia11 ha* been altered for the Alaska ran* the original drawings
are exactly the sa®e as the tfPrineess Marguerite*, both ships being
originally built from identical plans, and as luck would have it,
we had soiae surplus planm of the ^Princessi Patricia11 cm hand.
If further drawings or Information are required
by you to complete your model, please do not hesitate to contact «e
at the t*bove address in Victoria.
One mora- plan will m following these two
envelopes you will be receiving* and that is the lines plan which
will give you the necessary particulars for the hull construction
of said vessel.
Sincerely^
Asst. Supt. (l^ipfineering)
 CANAD      AN      PACIFIC      RAILWAY      COMPANY
British   Columbia   Coast   Steamship   Service
TO PUstSER:  -
FRINCESS
DATE
(Mr.
(Mrs.
Please sign bearer (Miss
on   (demoted
and off as (promoted to _
on
off as
effective
Signed
(Further supplies of this form may be
secured on application to Manager1s
Office, Victoria),
CANADIAN      PACIFIC      RAILWAY      COMPANY
British    Columbia    Coast    Steamship   Service
TO PURSER:
PRINCESS
DATE
(Mr.
(Mrs.
Please sign bearer (Miss
on    (demoted
and rff as (promoted to
on
off as
effective
Signed
(Further supplies of this form may be
secured on application to Manager1s
Office, Victoria),
 J
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HARRY C CLEMENS
4076 - 24th PI. So.
Seattle, Wash. 98108
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:Vietoria^ B. C, October 4th, 1968.
S. A. Dlgby, SNl»s -- :• •
 Shlef Olwki
Ycmcouvor, B. 0.
Dur£p£! the period September 23rd- fcfc Geio'her 6th,
1 worked full time. . ..„' .■ «
Mrs. Richardson worked the afternoons -of"September'
24th ,- -27th -and 30th and : dctobw "4thV" ~~'	
Asst. Supt. (^igin^erixii?)
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fictoria, B.C., September 20th, 1968«
S» A, Digby, Esq.,
Chief Olerk,
Vancouver, B. C.
During the period September 9th to 22nd, "inclusive, I
worked full time* with the following- period chargeable to B. Q.».Jtake and...
River .'Services        'J\
September 9th to 17th, inclusive.
V* Richardson worked on the afternoons of September
9th, 13th, 16th and 20th. ..      - -	
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 Victoria, |« C, September 6th$-1968.
S. A. Digby, ^sq., .-» '<
Ohief Olerk, ,.,. >■-
Vancouver,,. B. ■ _  ''"'• •
During.th* period August 26th to September 8th, inelNtVftj
.. I-worked full time.
Mrs. Richardson worked during the afternoons of August
27th and 30th, and September Shad and 6th.
Asst. Supt. (1
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a, Aiyrust 27th, 1968.
H. Tyson, T?eq», .
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Manager, Marine ..Operation*
If
Vancouver, B. 0.
Reference yoiu
, dated Ai
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. .„ 	
1968, m* 13339H, and i
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•*eg
Vice-President, Atlantic Re.^
.... -
rafts versus life boats.
In regards to
life boats, |
ire
excellent. .   '.rs ares:   ' -dhle*
they-requi
no pali
Upkeep as their colouring is
fixed in their Hi
upkeep required is in the life boat
gear store
I
has to be replaced periodical
lue
to deteri    a by
One point I should bring to ;
four attention is
t if f"
gj ■ a a;
WVS, costs could be cut m
l canvas detcriora
;
the FspiaeeM&t   mmi www
■r runs
as much as
•150.
■ Wkm  cost of a
fibre glasi j!
ate
Is. f4#400 and is l :
wit long, 7
f%B><*"t* © 4r*.r*-
'"    '
. 3. feet .deep, I    ty 28 pen
• • a.s^
Trade Glass III equipment, !
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as to the raor* sophisticated
i.*>. ,
sails.    Ni9 food stuff, w<
>,-■, ..,-., .:• .   '*\n
.
Inflatable liJ
)XX£
vessel, the "Princess Patrick
R.F.D. inflatable life raft.
* i*i*
la ■<?
ied
■ ",  ; •.    "rt
are equipped with a Home ..Trac
r&fts ism required to be ins}
of them during  the inspect! oi
means that rubber tubes are ]
and filled with waterequ&ll:
1 s
' l«U
welprht per person bein^r 150 '
••';« .
he lift
>ody of
raft thoroughly cheeked for dete:
*ation due
mrctufing.
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Victoria, B.C., August 27th, 1968.
fft Tyson, Ksq. - 2 -
checked, foodstuffs checked, hM 'all'"certificates', brought.; up-to date.
To /rive you an idea, following* is a copy of an invoice of work performed
du    his inspection;, *;howiii# "the "cost"1-     mounts "to; f2,071.50" per
year, and is subject to increase in labour costs by companies performing
this type of works     /*, •
»PRIN0*S£       ,? - 12 Hafts, Serial Nos. 155, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168,
>-. ■ 169, 173, 175, 176, 177 and 184.
SaSBtitZ      Toi Repair and overhaul of? . R,       * feounfe-
12   25 Man inflatable life rafts, on
(5 75.00 each raft) | 900.00
Load tests done on 6 li:"    I .... #50 each test' .......»......... 300.00
Refill tad hydro tests for 24 bottles,.shipped t               ! 480.00
2   Releases cheeked through Testing fti^ineers .........         Sl5 ea. 30.00
Inspection Fee eh<:-          Canadian Steam;    ttresH« 5^00
4   »ew Kidde Firiz      ,                                 130 ea. 120.00
4   Marine Valves.                                          » ea. 128.00
24   Ban^o Bolts. 48.00
72   Batteries                                          2$0 ea. 18.00
Miscellaneous mate    including rubber raft material, Olue,
conduit firing wire, water rations, Se    }  next
stoppers,-Repair.kit, Breaking t&\.    I  R.F.D. modifications,etc. 42.50
Please forward copies of Re-Inspection lit    1*1 to Master of Vessels.
Total   j 2,071.50
In ref?ards to costs, the new type fibre glass life boat fitted
with wire falls needs very little maintenance. I voalc, say in our case it
does not exceed flOO for our two fibre glass life beats as fitted to our
vessel, the."Princess Patricia*." Therefore, you will .note that "the	
maintenance is far greater for inflatable type life rsfbs such as we have,
but the-initial cost of. the -fibre'- glass"1? ts is '    W$ "e&upled'with *~
the cost of their necessary.launching davits and wire fells and winches.
Jtost. Supt. fa rixxg)  ,
 Vancouver, B# C0
August 22nd, 196£.
13339 N.
H. J. Tumilty, Esq.
Assistant Superintendent (Engineering)
Victoria, Bc 0o
Reference the attached, Will you
please enable me to reply.
Manager
 -
~
G. E. Benolt,
Vice-Pfesident
A. M, Hand,
General Manager
F. G. Flrmin,
Assistant to Vice-President
ATLANTIC REGION — WINDSOR S ATION, MONTREAL 3, QUE.
MONTREAL, August 19th, 1968
File:  20162
Manager, Marine Operation,
Marine Department,
Pier ^B**,
.VANCOUVER, iB.C.
Dear Harry:
Further to our conversation while
crossing from Vancouver to Nanaimo on Wednesday, July 31©t, *
and particularly bur conversation regarding life boats and
life rafts.
I should appreciate receiving an
expression of opinion from you regarding the pros and cons
life Ijoats versus life rafts* We are particularly
interested in determining the maintenance cost of life
boats versus life rafts also, if any regulations pertaining
to their maintenance exists.  What has been the experience
on the West coast regarding their maintenance say, over
the last five years.  If you are able to provide the initial
cost of life boats and life rafts, same would be appreciated*
The above information will be very
helpful in determining what will be supplied on the future
roii-on/rollCoff ferry v#sse
other matte
Coast Steamship $ervsce|
AUG   21 1368
Office of Marine SuperTniencfciit j
VANCOUVER, B.C
I am writing you separately on
Kindest personal regards,
Yours Jfeinily,
NS/TRUCKS/SHIPS/PLANES/HOTELS/TELECOMMUNICATIONS    .    WORLD'S MOST COMPLEX   TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
 Itocouv^r,
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flctorln, B.C., August 2
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of Au?oi
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16th, 20-:
igust 13th,
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rusV'SOth, 1968.
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>jr# Marine Operations,
UiCOUVer,  B.  0.
1-68-3
Reference your letter to me dated July 19th, 1968, file
rds to an alarm system eve** "the windlass controls on
•tt hi
Flaherty, First
wire it in v
than the Grinnel
■ature
:ler feu
ed an &.C. |l
:C       U'P »
'* ileiff "■ at a  lover liifperature
■  th<* windlass  sleotrlcal controls.
   When this
of thos* concerned that the
inadvertently left on.
It will bring to the attention
tm  windlass have b*en
Asst.
 ,
S# Jo. *
8
■
. , ; ^Pron July 15th to 21st, in-liiHive,^l' was v<
full time*  During the period July 22nd to 28th, inclusive,
Mrs. Richardson I
July 15th to 28th, inclusive,
noons «f July 16th, 19th,     nd 26th.
Ass11 Sup t , (T?npin*ering)
 o
Victoria, I. ;')., July 12th, 1%8.
H. T5
mumper,  I
■ ncoi
Operations,
Reference the enclosed letter in regards to the
minimum out~of-service psrlail required for the following ty
propulsion, ms&hin»ry on ships I
(a) Direct Drive Diesel
Our compear*r    *^sent doe;
dieael, but did have such a vessel, the '-'JVlmMM':
875 horse pewar reversible diesel. The
this vessel was
surfaces, chanr;    -bpeller, *<nri- survey by the) Si
;t drive
*l with
service
Bderwafefir
ir«ection
maintained in the U
repairs war*
drydock iir
floating logs  vhi
a consider
performed in a mi
damaged propeller
the sain
hetwee
I was
«gr major
also have inter /*s doe to
numerous in our HfMtg and consequently ye suffer
propeller damage, and these drydockinps are
time tr
with a
(h) Geared Diesels, one mr  shaft.
We have one twin-scr
the ^Trailer PrincessH, fitted with t
of 900 horsepower =.#ach> the propeller
2.5 to 1-reduction p^ar.
.otor vessel of thii
feneral motors dies*
fts being driven ti
thre«
and r<
maHRA
This vessel •*« out-of-servic
md ag^:       \fm  interim dr
the
imatelT
itlom
*r
•* . * • . - • . .
are mi
 "
Victor    • "(J., <Js
• •  Wf,,.1^jppj..M.^Bfl» ■ ~ 2 -
weekends whilst vessel" is not -on run* or during periods when the vessel
does not sail     ft of holi
(g) ftMggal .fliagflljUJi^
for iaa between Vancouver and H&mlrno twenty-four hours
a year. This vessel is fitted with four main diesel i
port and starboard through vulcan clutches to
-opeller shaft.
sis vessel is taken off the run for,
days a year to perform underwater painting, prop**
survey hy both Lloyds and
is capable- ' :-& thrr-- eg &ud  all
performed while in service. Ar&in, we do CM vess
drydockinw for propeller dsiaapes.
(d) S^eam
%*Vvi*-"'
•— f> .,.„  ,.,   ....  ...
"the"Is: ■
el  i
>v/ered with ti
:}       f\T'-(\      Vi
orsepower, at
■    MfHNI
106  U
rhe§tt a
&es, ,with a
re in.
Be. -,od is .three we*>ka for dr;
underwater- -painting,  survey .and und-. .«    .
(•J   fftffm T^bp BMJglfl
We have two vessels I    I style, both 15,500
horsepower, steaia ■ :on wst
pressure 300 lbs. per square inch and 800 d*gre*£    heat.
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-Ha.
Victoria, B. 9*j
3    -
,,    ;■.';'•; i   9
service w
nece^sAry
ick
(3)
~'*"'.aa'-.   -,.     '  St. 'S;i
to 'Operate
Ss- aa S :. ;• ■•
lubricating
mor* costlj
lea a than I
they
contc
In retards to question No. 2 in connection
ateari turbines and gtaam,turbo
■yrm pergotu
{"la?*
mint  be i
' a ' a •
question in. I
^es it p ■- rai
*r trucks, and thi
ire  •
* revenrtmi
steam,
i. ; "Itelir
m personnel
v,*...me.    What ^re
s&rried in
U)
'In
tier
the passenger a
y  r-   ,* ja,  --- r-sT%g| tea
01
surveyed
i from
m m M    g MM
Asst.
 'Victoria, B, C, July 12th, 1968.:
3. A. Digby, Esq., •
Clief Clerk,  rfc • "
 — ¥an£ouver,-i:TiL... G.       :
- • During the...period, July. 1st to 14-th,- inclusive,- I
was working full time.
Mrs. Richardson worked mi  the afternoons of July
2nd, 5th, 9th and 12th,
Asst* Supt. (Engineering)
 Victoria, 'I • I*i J'1'' ' »• ***•
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©partitions ^
R«iS
to alls;
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20th ,"1968, in rcgwrc
ii      tfhoia tutma w*re
Asst.   lupt.   { ' •'■ ")
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|« A. Dighy, Esq., 	
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B* 0.
During tfe* period June 17th t© 30th, i    v*, I was
working full tin**.  The period June 17th to 29th, inclusive,, is  -
chargeable to B. 0. Lake & River Service, also June IfetJu
; the same period Mrs. Richardsbr; 'worked
on the afternoons of June 18th, 21at, 25th end 28th. "
Asst. Supt. (l •' Mrlng)
 Vancouver, B.C<,
July 12th, 1963o
H.J. Tumilty, Esq.
Assistant Superintendent (Engineering)
Victoria, B. C.
I thought you would be interested
in the attached.
<a/~
Manager
Marine Operations,
attachment•
 Victoria marine surveyors
design ferries for B.C.
Victoria marine surveyors Greenwood and McHaffie Ltd. have designed two ferries for the B.C. highways department.
The ferries will be built by Allied
Shipbuilders, North Vancouver, at a
total cost of $1,899,000.
The highways department said in
mid-May that increased tourism and
industry made it necessary to use
larger ferries on the Powell River-
Texada Island and Campbell River-
Quadra Island runs. The 160-foot fer
ries will have a capacity of 30 cars
and 200 passengers.
They will replace smaller ferries
which now carry 15 cars on the
Campbell River run and six cars on
the Powell River run. The present
Campbell River ferry will inaugurate
a new run between Quadra and Cor-
tez Islands.
The highways department, which
took over operation of the B.C. Ferries earlier this year, already had
about 70 ferries on lakes and rivers
throughout the province. It also subsidizes small ferries in some locations.
The two new ferries, scheduled for
com| lotion   in   about   eight   months,
will have a speed of 13 knots.
James Greenwood, one of the designers, said an important feature ot
the ferries is construction of four
high-ceiling traffic lanes for large vehicles such as trucks.
 Tictoric, B. C, June 14th, 1968*
8. A. Difrhy, Esq.,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver,. B. C.
During the period June 3rd t# 16th*-dnclusivw, I
worked full" time.
During the same period Mrs. Richardson worked on
the afternoons of June 4th, 11th and 14th*
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 Victoria, B. C*, lay 31st, 19689
S. A. Digby, laq«,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B* Q*
During-'the period lay 20th to June 2nd, inclusive, I worked
full time. " ! ' :' ■•. •*'■
During the* same period9  Mrs* Richardson worked on the
afternoons of fey 21etf 24th, 28th and 31st*
inst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Marin. Operations
468 Pell*vm» at.,
, Hay 17th, 1968.
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worked,  Sj11 MM*
the period May 6th to 19th, inclusive, I
Hay 7th, 3.0th, 14th'
LSai rrifion w*rk.d  or: tli. afternoons--o^ 	
wad 17th.
Asst. Supt.  (Engineering)
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¥iotoriaf B*"C*, May 3rd, 1968.
S. A. Digby, Kaq*,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, 3. C*
— ..       During 'the- period April 22nd tp May 5th I nii working
.full time," but' m  time for April"*22nd--to 28th,', Inclusive, is
■ chargeable to the Bay of- Fundy^ Service .
During the same _;priod Mrs*' Richardson-/worked on
'"the afternoons of April 23rd, 26th$  tfth and May 3rd.
ABst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B.C*, April 19th, 1968<
"Sv*"A;-"Digbyy *Rsq*, •
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. 0,
 "     During the'"pariod"April"'8th to 2lBt.,;4:nolusive, I
worked full time, but period of April 19th to 21st, .ipciumive, i»
chargeable to the Bay of Pundy Service.	
Mrs* Richardson worked on  the afternoons of April
9th, 11th, 16th and 19th.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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•11' 5th,;; 1968.
Digby,  Ksq.,
hief Clerk,
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' " ^       -■•*.. filing the $»riod March 25th to April fttif -196C,
I worked full time.
'"'■••       •-........ Duping the same period Mrs. Richard00m worked -on ,
the afternoons of Sfcrofa 29th> April 2nd, 5th.
• -*,. .Asst*   Supt*   (Fowrineering)
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Victoria, B.C*, March 22nd,, 196S.
S- A. Digby, I3sq.,
Ghi~f ei«
fancotrver, B. 0.
: ■: J During-, the. period March 11th to March 24th, inclusive,
I worked full tlmo« ! ■-■ ■
'"'•'•'• -'Mrsb..Richardson worked on the afternoons of March-a,,
12th, 15t'h,':19th'.a2id 22nd. ' '  '
AsotV Supt.' (Engineering)
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Victoria, B. C, Ifereh 8th, 1968.
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Chief Clerk,
flUIVvUTffr, D «  a a
Dear Sir,        :.                     * * !' '
During.the period February 26th to ifereh 10th,
inclusive, 1 worked full time*	
Bra. Richardson worked on the afternoons of February
27th, March last, 5th and 8th.
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Aost. Supt. ,(&giiieeririg).; :/:,   ;
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l, B.C*, Februa?
"1 wor
iodFfttaruary 12th to 25th, inclusive1,
February 13th, 16th, 20th and 23rd.
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Victoria:, B.C., February 9th, 1968.
S. A. Digby, Isq*,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. 0.
During the period January 2$th to February 11th, I
worked full time.
Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons of •-■-....
January 30th, and February 2nd, 6th and 9th.
Asst* Supt. (lngin«er-*
 ine derations
468 Belleville Street,
Victoria, B. C,
January 25th, ' 1968.'
fioprints,
Iferi&e Trade Dept.,
Mobil Sales & Supply,
150 last 42nd Street,
Hew fork 10017.
Dear Sirs,
I would be obliged if you would forward me
a print of passing emigrant Clipper ftR#ah©w aa shown in your
January-February 1968 issue of the Compass.
. Tours truly,
Assistant Superintendent (Sugineer.ing).
B.C. Coast Stoamship Service
 Victoria, 1.  C, J i   ny> 25th, 1968.
Bhiof Clerk,
Vanoouver-
During th» perils! January 15th to 28th,  inclusive,  1 was
wori
Mtb.
23rd and 25th.
woi'kod om the afi
of January 19th,
Asst. Supt* (ingineoring)
 Victor* U$ 3m
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H- -Tysofc, j$|  .,
Hanftgor, W
 - Vancouver,
it ions,
 ./..■■for"""
■iiivolce from Cartwright Coatings'
A to wet his payroll*
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Victoria, B.C., January 12th, 196S*
S. A. Digby, %q.,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver.!
.Duping the period January 1st to 14th,; inclusive,
1 'worked full time*" "       -  ;  •  '■■"•'
Irs. Richardson worked on the afternoons of
January 5th, 9th and 12th.
Asst. Supt. (??ngine*ring)
 ^
Victoria, B. C, December 29th, 1967.
S. A. 'Digby,;lfeq.,,..aa:    :uC
• "'Chief Gle/rk,'' .   .. . v. y;,. ..•■■■••     "     "
•■■ .• ■ °   Vimeouver, B. C* s;:" •
a (l .■"  ; ■
During the period December 16th to 31st, inclusive,
I was working full time.
During the a* me period, Irs.- Richardson worked on the
afternoons of December 19th, 22nd and 29th.
tost. Supt* (Smglmeorlng)
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Victoria, B. 0., Novembor 28th, 1967*
S. A- Dighy, Ksq.,
CBtiof Clerk,
' ' * • ■ -Vancouver, .B* C*
»V«* During the ,period November 16th to 30th, inclusive,
I worked full tine, with the exception of lovember 20th to 30th, when
I was cm  amnual leave. -v ..,„..,....., .      ^     _  ^
• ■• -   . • • . Irs* BlpbsrdSi    sed on the L.fter. **r
17th, 21st, 23rd and 28th.
Asst. Supt* X^iri^rln*?)
 Victor!; , B.C., November 10th, 1067.
S* A. Digby, ^sqf,
Chief. Clerk, "
Vancouver, B. C,
,  Durinrr the' |N HP 1st to 15th, inclusive, I
was employed full time. .....
■ ' Arm. Richardson
2nd, 7th, 10th and Utk.
the afternoons of November
Asst. Supt. (18sb :lmoorimf)
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COPY
EXCELSIOR
Building Maintenance Ltd,
1134 Bsst Georgia Street
Vamcouvor
October 27, 1967.
Caaadian Facifio
468 Belleville,
Vietoria, B.C.
Attention:   The Manager.
Dear Sir:
Everyone is interested in quality products at a
reasonable price.
If top quility can be obtained at a considerable
saving to you, I know your interest will be aroused sufficiently to
return the enclosed estimate request.
We have been in the Contract Cleaning Business im
British Columbia since 1910.
These many years of experience coupled with top
quality materials and equipment, plus highly skilled workers, can be
of benefit to you.
If you will drop the self-addressed card in the mail,
we will be happy to have our representative call you and submit am
estimate for your consideration.
There is absolutely no obligation incurred by you in
returning this card and we look forward to hearing from you.
Yours very truly,
(Sgd.)  D. Clark
Dwight B. Clark,
Sales Manager.
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Victoria, B.C., November 2nd, 1967.
S. A. Dirby, Esq*," ■
Shlof Cleric.,. .
v.-:- ■.... .  Vancouver, B. C.
During the ,    'October 16th to 31st, Inclusive,
I was employed fu"?l time. However, ..the.'period October 23rd to
,28th, inclusive, is chargeable to the B.C. Lak'       it Serviee.
Mrs. Richardson■did.not work during this period*
u>t. (Engineering)
 Victoria, B.C., October 13th, 1967.
S. A. Digby, Esq.,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. 0,
Diaring the period October 1st to 15th, inclusive, I
was employed full time.  Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons
of October 3rd, 6th, 10th and 13th.
Asat. Supt. (Engineering)
 xxxx x xxxy x 30c
Manager,
Marine ©Derations
46
llovillo St., Victoria,B*(
1712 Hollywood Crescent,
Victoria, B. C,
October 3rd, 1967.
Reprints,
Marine Tr&de Department,
Mobil Sales & Supply Corporation,
150 East ,42nd Street, Hew York,
. Sew York 10017.
Deer Sirs,
I would be obliged if you wc
mo one copy each of the sailing V* -'Thoraa:? £
sailing vessel ffDaylight11 M pictured in your magHssi.no,   **The
Compass". 	
Yours truly,a,,r; :;4!.
[ forward to
thorns" and the
Asst. Supt.  (^.^iu^ring)
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ab«*r 29th, 1967.
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Irs* Richardson worked on the afternoons i    bember 19th,
22nd, 26th and 29th.      ;
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on 11
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Dear Sir*
""  The lost tSjam jre» ea-'
tfarlme Qpoi
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for
vessel
to iee the
Bool sorvlc
dotted   ! - -v
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yousr ess
MejBfi't 1
*    H. Tyson, Esq*
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I was employed fu"?
22nd, 25t
"ternoons of Au<nist
Arst.  V;      .   V    "?-ne *ri
 Victoria, B.C., August 11th, 1967.
S. A. Digby, Esq.,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. C.
During the period August let to 15th, 1 was employed
full time, with August 1st, 2nd and 3rd being chargeable to the
B.C. Lake and River Service* '>.<-...-i-- ■ :■-
Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons of August
1st, 4th, 9th, 11th and 15th.
iisst. Bv<;st. ( Ti '"i.    ^i>, )
 1
c - Victoria, B. 0., August 4th, 1967.
S. A. Digby, Esq*,  ; ;< • ■-' •■"';. ."■■ -
®iief Clerk, ,;> ■
"."* '^¥Sfe£bcfevor,-B. -C. :
Further memorandum ©f July 25th re working time to bo
ekorged to B...G.,,..Lalco.amd..Rivor Service during period. July l6th..to 31st*. ..
....,., Following time is., chargeable .to the ..B.C.. Lake & River Services
July 24th •  half a day*
'July 25th t© July 31st, inclusive*
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 VistiwiM? 8, G*r ^u3y 28ih» 1967..
.__ ... Ijtfotild b«* ehlip:^ if, «t your .arliast 'oovviwiano** you vm>
to'th'& iff!** p 1 -rlcsftd Phfwt a liftt 1 your migtemnT offtears
r*t?jsf«, their hoiae u.ddrf»ss«8 and.tr a im&tHrSn or a&iliag
th*jr nay b» r»fceh.d,   fh. carbon oogpy of th. list is for you*
?c - tti*f Wmim%v,       t;:   r
•friaceas Ifetrioia", VtmRrmver,B.G.
Ghi*f mgixmmr, ■ ■      ■ PB. *. Tumilty*
*PriB©«»s lh*ga*vit*V Victoria,B.^.
Gfei*f IngiitMr, .2&sa . A«»*. 8«>t, (i
"Troilur Prints11, Vancouver,B.C.
 Victoria, B.C., July 25th, 1967.
S. A. Digby, Isq.,
Chief Clerk,  "
. .. Vancouver, Bv C.
'      During the period July -16th to 31st9  inclusive, I
was employed full.,tlm#* Irs •- Richards on worked -©n-tfan aftornoims of
"July li, -21st, 25th and 28th.  -    **
,y Asst. Supt. (Engineering).
P.S-. to*  Tumilty left here Monday, July 24th, for a week with the
' ' V "B.C. take ft liver people. I do net-know-if the period. July 25th
to.'31st,"inclusive, would be.chargeable to the B.C.Lakd & River
-"' ' Service ur-not.
 Victoria,!?.0., JulJ: 11th, 1967«
8. A. Digby, TSSq.,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. C.
During the period July 1st to 15th, inclusive,' I'was
employed full tine. .Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons of
July 4th, 7th, 11th and Hth*
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B.C, June 13th, 1967.
S. A, Digby, TSsq*,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. C*
During the period June 1st to 15th, inclusive, I was
employed full time, with the exception of June 7th, 8th and 9th when
I was engaged in work for the B.C. Lake and River Service, and those
three days should b«* charged to that service.
9th and 13th.
Mrs. Richardson, worked on the afternoons of June 6th,
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 Victoria, B. C, May 30th.,.. 1967.*-.
S. A.. Digby, Riq*,
Q hlef Clerk,
Vancouver, B. 0.
During the period May 16th to 31st, inclusive, I was
working full time. Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons of	
May 16th, 19th, 23rd, 26th and 30th.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 Victorla,B.C*, Hay 11th, 1967.
S. A. Digby, Bsq*,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B, G.
During the period lay 1st to 15th, inclusive, I
worked full time.  Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons of
May 2nd, 5th, 9th and ilth.
Atsst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B. C, April 25th, 1967*
S. A. Digby, Esq.,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. C.
Daring the period April 15th to 30th, Inclusive, I was
employed full time*  Mrs* Richardson worked on the afternoons of
April iSth, 25th and 28th.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B. C, April 11th, 19*7,
S. A. Digby, Esq.**'
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver* B. C.
During the period April 1st te 15th, inclusive, I
worked full time. Mrs. Eichardson was employed on the afternoons of
April 4th, 7th, 11th and 14th.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B.C., March 30th, 1967.
S. A. Digby, Esq*,
Chief Clerk, *
Vancouver, B. C
During tho period Ifereh 16th to 31st, inclusive,
I was employed full time.  Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons
of March 17th, 21st, 28th and 30th.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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X. Tyson
Marine Operations
r\
468 Belleville St.,
! torch 28tb, 1967*
ift** D. L. Watt,
3512 ¥.• 31st Avenue,      .......	
Vancouver 8, B* 0*
Dear Sir,
Ute enclosed latter which fm mailed
to the Canadian Pacific Steamships should be addressed
to the Island Tug and Barge Company, 345 larbonr -Hoad,
Victoria, B. C, the etmers of the tug ^udfoury*.
1 ours truly,
Asst* i
u.r/ sv
 Victoria, B. C, larch 10th, 1967.
S. A. Digby, Esq.,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. C.
.During the period larch 1st to 15th, inclusive, I
was working full time, and Mrs. Hichardson worked on the afternoons
of March 3rd, 7th, 10th and 14th.
Asst, Supt* (Engineering)
 ■Victoria, B.C., February 2£th, 1967.
f* A. Digby, Esq.,
©lief Clerk,*
Vancouver, B* 0.
During the period February 15th to 28th,. inclusive,
I was employed full time.  Mrs. Richardson worked, on the afternoons
of February 17th, 21st, 24th and 28th*
Asst. Supt. .(Ex.
*ring)
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Victoria, B.C., February 10th, 1967*
S* A.- Digby, -Bsq*,
©lief Cleric,
Vancouver, B.  C
During the period February 1st to 15th, inclusive,
I was employed full time, and "Mrs*" Richards on worked on the
afternoons of February 3rd, 7th, 10th and 14th.
Asst. #ipt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B.C*, January 27th, 1967.
S. A. Dighy, Esq*.,- -r;..
©lief Clerk,
Vancouver, .B.: 'C,
During the period January 16th to 31st, inclusive,
I was working full time,.-;- Irs. Richardson worked on the afternoons
of January 17th, 20th, 24th," 27th and 31at.
Asst. sSupt** (Engineering)
 Victoria, B. C, January 17th, 1967*
H. Tyson, Esq*,
Manager,' Iferin* Operations.,
Vancouver, B. 0.
Reference your letter dated January 13th, 1967,
file 13862,
% annual vacation dates will, be from October 2nd
to October 29th, 1967, inclusive.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B*G«, Januaty 13th, lH?#
Mr. 0. Kinghorn,
1. & B* Master,
Vancouver, B. 6*
Soar Sir,
I nould be obliged if, at your earliest
convenience, you would let me toon the date, time and place
that the boiler aoimtiags will he vm6& for inepeetiim on
Stationary Boiler W*lt. 957 cm Scow Pile Driver 8b* 1, and also
the date, time ami pl&oo you eaqpect to have the hydrostatic test.
When I receive the iaformtion for the above
dates, I will aske the necessary arranges^mts with Mr* Boomer,
Divisional Supervisor of the Canadian .Steamship Inspection
Departmimt, to have one of his mm aom dawn and mrtf out the
necessary impactions*
Previously, stationing boilers merges and
scow* were under the jwisdlotion of the l^mtemiBj >-om&L%
Boiler Inspection D€p^rt«^9ttf hut subsequently this duty has keen
transferred to the Canadian Steamship' Itepeetlon Ser«loe^j^li^j."aie
Deparfateiit of Xroi»*per£*
lours truly,
■ Asst* Supt. (^giae^ring)
cc - X. Tyson, Ieq*t
Xeference letter, copy attached, dated January 5th, 1967, to you
on file 21-D fro® Mr. ¥. S. Growther, General Locomotive Foreman*
^£»
 [B.C. Coasu^eamship Service
196T
^Office of i. «..".T3 Superintendent^
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Mr. H. Tyson,
Manager,
Marine Operations,
Vancouver, B.C.
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CafljOjctian (fcuoiftjc
Vancouver, B.C.,   Jan.   5,  196?.
File 21-D
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Stationary Boiler W.L. 957 on Scow Pile
Driver No. 1 is due for a hydro test Feb. 4th.
Will you please make the necessary
preparations and arrangements with the Provincial
Government Marine Division Boiler Inspector and advise
this office when boiler is ready for test so that our
boilermaker from Drake Street can be on hand when
test is applied.
ccr Mr. C. Kinghorn,
B & B Master,
Vancouver, B.C.
General Locomotive Foreman
  Victors
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C, January 13th, 1967.
irtyaon,' "faq.,	
Manager^ Marine .Operations,
Vancouver, B. G.
In re.       oirr conversation yesterday, the rate of
pay for r* Cc-.h1ssionaire; 1b |2*07 v^  hour, per .man.. . •• 7l,(
Rate.-for security In our m
period, 133.12, 1,023.72.
>uld be-for a 16-hour
Asst. Supt* (Bnglneering)
 Victoria,B.C*, January 13th, 1967*
S. A. Digby, Isq.,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. G.
' During the period January 1st to 15th,-.inclusive, I
urns employed full time. Irs. Richardson worked on the afternoons of
January 3rd, 5th, 10th and 13th.       ■'
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B. C, December 30th, 1966.
S. A. Digby, Esq.,
Chief Clerk,        ^ ^;
Vancouver, B. C*
During the period December 16th to 31st, inclusive,
I worked full time. Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons @f
December 20th, and December 30th*
Asst. Supt* (Sngineering)
 '
Victoria, B.C*, December 13th, 1966.
S. A. Digby, Esq*,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. C*
During the period December 1st t© 15th, inclusive, I
was on annual leave from the 1st to the 11th, inclusive, and working
from December 12th to 15th, inclusive.  Mrs. Richardson worked on the
afternoons of December 1st, 6th, 8th, 13th and 15th.
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Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B. C, lovember 24th, 1966.
••A. Digby, .Esq*,
"Chief" Clerk, ";
Vancouver, B. C.
During the period November 16th to 30th, inclusive,
I was working from Hovemher 16th t© 20th, and was on annual vacation
from November 21st t© 30th, inclusive.
Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons of Hovember
18th, 22nd, 24-th and 29th.
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Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B.C*, November 17th, 1966.
S. A, Dlgby, Ssq*,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B.C.
Further to letter of the 10th instant advising
Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons of November 1st, 4th and
10th. She also worked on the afternoon of November 14th.
Asst. Supt* (Engineering)
 Victoria, B.C., November 17tfe, 1966.
S. A. Digby, Isq.,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. G*
During the period November 1st to 15th, inclusive,
I was employed full time* Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons
of November 1st, 4th and 10th.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 1
Victoria, B.C., October 28th, 1966.
S. A. Digby, Ksq*,
Chief ^>rk,
Vancouver
During the period October 16th to 31st, inclusive,
I was employed full tire, and Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons
of October 18th, 21st, 25th and 28th.
let* Supt* (iBn^ineerlng)
 ,. Victoria-, B. C., October 13th, 1966*
S. A. Digby, Isq.,
Chief"Clerk, . 	
: ..Vancouver, B. C.
Dear=S.iy,. .. , .... l^f:\
• /.:    During the Period .Qctpber 1st to 15th, inclusive,
I was employed full time. .Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons
of October 4th, 7th, 11th and ,14th.
....... lours truly,
Asst. Supt. (SBgineering)
 VictorI p Sm$  Sept. 26th, 1966.
S. A, Digby, Ksq.,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, 1* B*
Durln^    ^riod September 16th to 30th, inclusive, I
was employed full time, and Mrs. Richardson .worked on the afternoons
of September 16th, 20th', 26th' and" 30th.
Asst* Supt.  (itagiaeerlng)
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o
Victoria,' fi»' C., September 13th, 1966.
S; k: # Digby ^ tiq.#
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, 1. 6*
During the period September 1st to 15th, inclusive, I
was employed full tiae, and Mrs. Eichardson worked on the afternoons
of September 2nd, 6th, 9th, 13th'."" ^'^'" -•■•' " ■' ' -' '"> •*'•■•'■
Is at. Supt* (Unginaering)
 Victoria, B. C, September 9th, 1966.
H. fysen, Isq.*
Manager, Marino Operations,
. Vancouver, B. C.
In reply to your letters dated September 8th, 1966,
file f.66-233, in regards to Ships Centralized and Automated Control
Systems Recommendations and Dangerous Bulk Cargo Regulations.
I have no comments to make concerning the_above.two
recommended regulations.
However, you mentioned that Dangerous Bulk Cargo being
oarried in,railway tank cars is subject to these regulations. Perhaps
this regulation should be forwarded to somebody concerned In the railway
to see if the company's tank cars comply.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 C^nJcui^ (Pcuufix:
T*66-233
Vancouver, B.C.
September 8, 1966
H.J. Tumilty, Esq.
Assistant Superintendent (Engineering),
Victoria, B.C.
Reference attached Circular No. 29 from Vancouver
MerchantsT Exchange and copy of first draft of Ships Centralized
and Automated Control Systems Recommendations.
Would you kindly study the proposals and let me
have your comments.
Manage*^
Marine Operations
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5,0 PY-
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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
9450-10
9400-27 SMI
Ottawa, July 15, 1966.
Dear Sir;
Re:  Ships Centralized and Automated
 Control Systems Recommendations
The increasing use of automated and centralized
control in ships has suggested the need for some guide lines to be
set for designers and ship builders.
ISnclosed is a copy of the first draft of the "Ships
Centralized and Automated Control Systems Recommendations11.
I would be pleased to have any comments you may wish to
make regarding these proposals. Comments in favour, against or
proposing alternatives are equally welcome.
Any comments you wish to make on the proposed
recommendations should be mailed not later than September 15, 1966.
Yours very truly,
(Sgd.) H. 0. Buchanan
H. 0. Buchanan
Chairman
Board of Steamship Inspection
 — —— Garnet (Pacifix: —
T.66-233
Vancouver,   B.C.
September  8,   1966
Ho J. Tumilty, Esq.
Assistant Superintendent (Engineering),
Victoria, B.C0
Attached is Circular No. 30 from Vancouver Merchants1
Exchange dealing with the enclosed draft of the proposed
Dangerous Bulk Cargo Regulations.
In checking with the Steamship Inspection Department,
I have learned that these regulations also apply to bulk cargo
being carried in railway tank cars. Would you, therefore, kindly
study the regulations and let me have your comments.
/£
Manage*.
Marine Operations
 CQPT
D^PARTIKNT OF TRANSPORT
9456-54
9450-10
Ottawa, July 15, 1966.
Dear Sir:
Re: Proposed Dangerous Bulk Cargo Regulations
Enclosed is a copy of the second draft of the proposed
regulations dealing with the carriage of dangerous cargoes in bulk.
The proposed regulations have been revised as a result
of comments received on the first draft.
We would appreciate receiving any further comments you
Sept. 30, 1966
wish to make on the proposed regulations not Jater than August 31st,
1966.
Yours very truly,
(Sgd.) H. 0. Buchanan
H.  0.  Buchanan
Chairman
Board of Steamship Inspection
 Victoria, B.C., September 2nd, 1966.
H. Tyson, Esq.,
Manager, Marine Operations,
Vancouver, B. C.
Reference your turndown of August 22nd,
file f.66-124* concerning Form 2901 being received late
in the Regional Engineer's Office.
Due to the last-minute rush on the
completion of the "Trailer Princess" during the last week of
July, and s^r sailing on the vessel for four dayi* and then
reporting to the Vancouver Office, Form 2901 was delayed In
processing.
When I am here In Victoria and no urgent
work has taken priority, Forms 2901 will be submitted as close
to the first of the month as I can possibly make it.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
.
 hdmdwi (Pojo^jc
- 37982-Instruetion® -
Vancouver, B. C.f August 19&, 1966*
Forms 2901 covering progress on appropriations are invariably
received late in the Regional Engineer's Office. The report for the
month of July was forwarded from Victoria, August 12&*
As a copy of the B.C.C.S. progress report is forwarded to Montreal
along with those from the Divisions, it would be appreciated if arrangements were made to have this available in the Regional Engineer's Office
on the first day of the following month.
J/L^lAaaA^
Senior Regie
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I. Tyson, lsq*i,s;;J^.;/a ,        ;; • i.-
Manager, Marine (derations,,' ui'^'i  ■••"'•
Vancouver,!5. 0*
....... Mr. Flaherty phoned me to-day and said he has received
a letter.from the Sun ULfe Insurance Co. that from this date, due to
the-strike-of the'C.P. Railway,'"benefit payments cease" to "memebers.
As the B.C. Coast Service is not on strike and the
'employee's are Still 'paying Tnto t&e* benefit fund, wo\;ld you make
enquiries and see what may be done so that members who are off ill in
the B.C.C.S. are not pejoalised by the Sun Life Company*. _ , ,
Asst. Superintendent, (togineering)
 Victoria, B.C., August 26th, 1966.
S. A* Digby, Isq*,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. C.
During the period August 16th to 31st, I was employed
full time, with the exception of the following dates when I was on
annuel leave:
jftt
August 17th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 24th and 25th.
Mrs. Richardson was employed on the afternoons of
August 16th, 19th, 23rd, 26th and 30th.
Asst. Supt. (!Sngineering)
 ViatdriA, B.0*, August 26th, 1966.
S. A. Digby, m%+9
 iJBhief Clerk, ..;'..
Vancouver, B.  C.
About twelve or fourteen requisitions were
inadvertently • forwarded to you - last Tuesday,. the % 23rd, ins twt § . mi.
I would appreciate your returning them te me.
Asst. Supt. (Tta&lneerlfig)
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Victoria, B. C*, August 12th, 1966.
S. A. Digby, Usq.,
r='"f ^Uhief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. 0.
Daring the period August 1st to 15th, I was employed
full time, mA Mrs. Mcterdson worked on the> *ft*f*MMft pt August
, 2nd* 5th, 8th and 12th.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)'
 )
Victoria, B. C, July 27th, 1966.
S. A. Digby, Isq., -«..' IV::;;',:..::/,,.. -l ....;.: '.... L: ;;,;.;....;,
Chief Clerk,
\''".  '.Victoria, B. C.
During the period July, 16th to 31st, Inclusive, I was
employed full time, and Mrs. Richardson on the afternoons of July 19th,
26th and 29th.
Asst. Supt. (l&igineering)
 Victoria, B."C., July 12th, 1966.
S. A. Digby, 1?sq.,
Chief Clerk, > \. \\''\ •>■■]•
Vancouver, B.C.
During the period July 1st to 15th, \I was employed
full time and Mrs. Richardson, on the afternoons of July 5th, 8th,
12th and 14th.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 Victoria, B.C., July Sth, 1966.
R. V. Jfoyer, Esq.,
fenior Buyer,
Purchasing Dept.,
Empress Hotel,
Victoria, B. C.
.Log.Books required as enclosed.
Also Fuel Oil Report as enclosed.
A St. Supt. (Engineering)
 r
Victoria, B.C*, June 28th, 1966.
S. A. Mgby, Esq*,
ai....:Chief Clerkf; ;
„ Vancouver, B. C*
During the period June 16th to 30th, inclusive, I
was employed full time, and Hrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons
of June 17th, 21st, 23rd, 28th and 30th*
Asst* Supt* (liigineerlng)
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Victoria^ B. C.i June 10th, 1966.
S. A. Digby, Esq.,
©ilef Clerk,
Vancouver, B. C.
During the perled June 1st to 15th, inclusive, I was
employed full time, and Mrs. Richardson worked ©n the afternoons' ef '
June 7th, 10th and 14th.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 r
Victoria, B. C, May 27th, 1966.
S, A. Digby, Esq.,
Chief Clerk,
Vanoouver, B. C.
During th« period May 16th to 31st, inclusive, I was
employed full time.  Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons of
May 17th, 20th, 24th, 27th and 31st.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 /■%
Victoria, B.C., May 17th, 1966.
S. A, Digby, T5sq.,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. C.
It would be appreciated if you could let us have the
fallowing supplies t
1 pad ©f Form 513  (Use of Personal Auto on Company's Business)
1 pad of Letterhead . ■ • ■ ■   : : '
2 pads of half sheets.
Corner Notes
1 pad ©f full size tissue.
Large brown envelopes
Underwood typewriter ribbon and Remington ribbon.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B. C*, April 29fefc, 1966*
S. A. Digby, Esq.,,
• ■ • Chief Clerk,         ^..;;..'...' .:;''■:
Vancouver, B* C.
During the period April 16th to 30th, I was employed
full time, while Mrs* Richardson was employed afternoons of April.19th,
22nd, 26th and 29th.
-—• — -*«--  —,* •; ...... Asst. Supt. * (Engineering)  r';: ?: ,-.;;i, ; ...
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Victoria, B.
0.
, Atm. 13. 19th, 1966.                 i
H. Tyson, Esq*,
Marine Superintendent,
Vancouver, B. C.
Inclosed are two photos,
\
as
requested,
of the
presentation to Mr* 3. Hardy?
who retired
on
March 28th,
1966, for
submission to the Spanner*
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Asst.  Supt* (Engineering)
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Victoria, B. C., April 15th, 1966.
H. Tyson, Esq.,
ferine Superintendent,
Vancouver, B. C.
Reference your letter dated April 12th, 1966, file 13913,
in regards to smoke problem when lighting ©ff boilers on our vessels after
tie up*
Hith your sanction, the flashing up of all our boilers
with diesel oil could be accomplished using our flashing up electrically
driven pump from the Machine Shop*
The cost I estimate for this using diesel oil in barrels
would be approximately 1500 per ship.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 13913
Vancouver, B.C.,
April 12th 1966
Umadicw (raa^cc
H.J. Tumilty, Esq.,
Asst. Superintendent (Engineering),
Victoria, B.C.
Enclosed is copy of communication received
from City Engineer, City of victoria, concerning abatement
of smoke nuisance from vessels of this service.
Will you please advise what you propose to
overcome this problem and enable me to reply.
Marine superintendent
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•8.C, Coest Steamship &
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APR 12  1
Officeof fVa.sna Suporin
VANCOUVER, B.C,
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City of VICTO Rl A "British Columbia
Office of
The City Engineer
J. C. GARNETT, P.Eng.
City Hall Centennial Square
Victoria, B.C.
Ap r i 1
Superintendent,
Canadian   Pacific,
Vancouver,   B.   C
Dear  Sir:
m^**my
11 1966
-J
There have, as you are no doubt aware, been a
number of occasions when the firing up of your steamship
boilers has caused a heavy smoke pollution problem to
the City of Victoria.
It is our understanding that much of this
problem results from the use of heavy bunker o L that
is difficult to fire in the initial firing-up  rocess.
It would be appreciated if you could take step  to ensure
that future firing up of boilers, particularly those that
have been out of commission for a period, is carried out
in a manner that will preclude serious smoke emission.
Yours truly,
/
J• C. Garnett,
CITY ENGINEER.
JCG/mjp
 Victoria, B.C*, April 12th, 1966*
8. A. Bigby, Isq*,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. C.
luring the period April 1st to 15th, inclusive, I
was employed full time, and Irs. Richardson worked on the afternoons
of April 1st, 4th, 12th and 15th.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B.C., larch 29th* 1966*
S. A* Digby, ISsq*,
Chief Clerk,
""Vancouver, B. C.
During the period March 16th t© 31st, inclusive, I
was employed full-tiae, and Mrs. Richardson on the afternoons of
March 18th, 22nd, 25th, 29th.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)' '
 Victoria, B. C, March 11th, 1966*
I* A. Mghy, ^sq*,
Olief gUrk,
Vancouver, B. C*
IVar 9&mt$
During th* period March 1st to 15th, inclusive,
T was <»mpl©y<*d full time*, and Mrs* Richardson was g^pliyei on tit*
•ftortmms of March 2nd, 4th, 8th, 11th and 15th.
Yours truly,
tett* Supt.   (ifog inuring)
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S. A. Bi4?by, Mf«.a
Chief d(*rk,
Vancouver, B. C.
Victoria, B.C., February 24th, 1966.
Baring th* period February I6th to 28th I was
«^ley«»d full time, and Mrs, Richardsonohrtta* af twnoonr of February
ltth, 22nd and 24th,
Asst. Supt. tftagiM'"Xing)
 >«-. •i'. i On a u u fl*t*ii« i fcttbu*a»* ► * S'l4 ♦.'■it*»'     )
aU-)->'
Victoria, B.C., January 28th, 1966*
S* A. Bigby, Hf«i '
Ohiftf gU*k~,"   '   '
'Vancouver, B. C.
Burinf th^ ptfftfl January 16th to 31st, inclusive, 1
was !*mpi©y*d full tins* with the exception of th* 21st and „ 24th whim I
was on annual leave*
Mrs* Richardson was employed on th* afternoons of
JanuaryI8th, 21st, 25th and 28th*
Asst* Supt. 0tagine«r1ng)
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Victoria, B. C, January 18th, 1966.
S.  A.  Mgby j ^sq. j
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. C.
I have run out of Canadian Pacific Hallway Company
Progress Import m\ Appropriation Work*  These are tracings, For® 2901,
and Printed in Canada*
Will you find cut where ve'eay obtain more, say-,- for th*
n#»xt six years, as soon as possible; otherwise, I will not b«* able t©
submit thepi at the eric!"'of the 'month* ^    ,M<: .;
Old forsi is enclosed.
Asst.  Supt. (Engineering)
 Victoria, B.C., January 13th, 1966.
8, A. ftlgfar, T^sq.,
C3n>f CWk,
Vancouver, B. C.
Burins th* period January 1st to ISth, inclusive,
T was «*Uy*d full tim* and Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons
of January 4th, 7th, 11th and 13th.
Asst. Supt. (Tngin^ring)
 w
Victoria, 1. C, December 14th, 1965.
S. A. Digby, ^sq* ,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver,  B# C.
During the period December 1st to 15th,  inclusive,
Mr. Tumilty wae-employed full time, and Mrs. Richardson on the
afternoons of December 3rd, ?th, 10th and 14th*
Asst. Supt.  0&!gine*»rifig)
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8., ■onaber 26th, 1965#
$• A. Digby, %c|..
Chief CWk,
Vancouver,  B. -C*
i:  During the per*oil November 16th to '31st, inclusive,
1 MM  wployed iVH time, and Mrs. Richardson on the afternoons of
Mmmhmr 16th, 19th, 23fc£* 2£tlfand 30th.
Asst. %u^t*  { ering)
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Victoria, B. C*, Sfovesbcr 12th, 1965,
S. A. Digby? KsM}**-   ;'";"
Chief Clerk,
•    • Vancouver,.!. C.
During 'the-' period November 1st to 15th,    .
inclusive , I was' enpl'iy^d full fi»e and Mrs. Mlchardsott worked on
the *ft*»tHnooiis of -November 1st, 5th, 8th, 12th and 15th.
•Asst. Supt.  (mgineerlng)
 /~s
Victoria, 1. C, S**«fii».r 2nd, 1963,
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M*t«M shop* will |m *i110»n5 *ff lit 4*00 p.®. fR .nasi, thwa
I* KWfe. lit tlv» p©lts for "
to lc
ft*«t# Supt* $ftgtar-*r*n*)
cc - H. Tyson, *5sq*,
Marine Superiiitendent, Vancouver,  B.C.
For your information*
a { -
Asst. Supt.   (Engineering)
Sa
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 Marine , October 19th, 1965*
The Society of Naval irchltecti
and Marine Engineers,     	
74 trinity Place,
New York §.,- N. f * -
Dear f^irs,
itaoLosed is a money orimr for $27*00 f®r
the purchase of the betlov listed books?
rmim & omfmssanm & vrmi merchant ships
PRBfCIPW® OF NAVAL mmTmmm - Volumes I % U
thanking you kindly for your flHfl lljlj*
Very truly yours, ■ "•".
'■■.
Asst."" Supt.. (1tegiiieeriilg):
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THE  SOCIETY   OF   NAVAL   ARCHITECTS
AND
MARINE   ENGINEERS
74  TRINITY  PLACE,   NEW YORK  6,   N. Y.
October 7, 1965
Mr. H. J. Tumilty, Asst. Superintendent (Engr.)
Canadian Pacific
Marine Department, Pier "B?
1712 Hollywood Crescent
Victoria, B.C., Canada
Dear Mr. Tumilty:
We acknowledge receipt of your letter dated September
30, 1965.
The following books may be purchased directly from
this office:
DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION OP STEEL MERCHANT SHIPS $14.00
Foreign Postage & Handling.   1.00
PRINCIPLES OP NAVAL ARCHITECTURE-Volumes I&II..... 11.00
Foreign Postage & Handling 0...  1.00
TOTAL. 0.0 $27.00
Please note our present address is, 7^ Trinity Place,
New York, N.Y.  10006.
Very truly yours,
M. H.^lunt^T
Captain, USN (Ret.)
Secretary
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H. Tyson
468 lelleviUe St.,
, October 19th, !§§§*
W* Maddodc, tfeft#j
Tard Manager,
Yarrws Ltd*, '
f* o* Boat 1030, '
Victoria, B* C*
Bear"JMr, - „^-p_
For ^r annual inventory list, t wuld be obliged
if, It your earliest convenience, you would forward m * lift.of
spar* propeller shafts, prepellors or equipnent pertaining to our
vessels naif stored In your ford*
ec - H. Tyson, *Ssq*,
Marine Supt.,
Vancouver, B.C.
foost truly,
Asst* Si^t* (iSigin^ering)'
 Marin
erintendent
\J
4§8 Belleville St*,
' , October 1.9th, IfSS*
F* Bailey, «st#,
Repair Superintendent,
Burrard Brydock,
ftacouver, B» JJ*
lear Sir,
For our mmmX inventory list,' I mmld be obliged
--♦£, ti jwwtf ooilteot osewwjoAliiOSj y^ #enld forward »e a Hot of
spare.propeller .shafts, propellors .or ewip^«t mm stored ie your
Tard.. (eirt^lnjrig to: osar vessels*    '
Tours truly,
cc - If. Tyson, ^?sq*,
Marine Superintendent,
Vancouver, B. C.
Asst. Sqpt* -(%ifin^eri.^g)
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Marine Superintendent
, October 2§th, 1965,
•• A. Digby, **.,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. C.
Boring the period October 16th to 31st, inclusive,  I
was employed ftill tlSM and Mrs* Richardson during the afternoons of
October Ifth, 22nd and 2§th*
Asst. flupt * (iBnfUjneerlag )..
 fcH* Tyson
IDODOC .
Marine Superintendent
, October 29th, 1965.
H* Tyson, Isq.,
Marine Superintendent,
Vancouver, B* 0*
Reference your mmm*  of the 25th instant, file T*1014.
As requested, the attached-forms for ^Princess "Margiierite,f,
^Princess Patricia*1 and "Princess of Vancouver0 have been OOMftlefe*
and are returned herewith*
(forms to be returned to
Th* Editor of Publications,
Lloyd's Register of Shipping,
71 Fenchurch St., London.^
Asst. Supt* (%^ineering)'
 Ca/iadia/i OacUic
COPY File:    34501
Vancouver,  B.C., October 22, 1965.
S.A. Digby, Esq.    -    Vancouver
N.B. Cryderman, Esq.  - Revelstoke.
Will you please have the attached forms completed to the extent
possible and return them to me as soon as possible.
sgnd* ^. McAulay
Chief Clerk to Vice-President  *
 T.1014
Vancouver, B.C.
October 25th, 1965.
H.J.Tumilty, ESq0
Will you please complete and return
the attached enquiry from Lloyds
Register of Shipping as soon as
possible.
■"
 H. Tyson
Marine Superintendent
, October 12th, 1965,
S*  A. I)i#/f, ftMUf
Chief SLerk,
Victoria, B. C.
The Stores Department here received request from
Mr. James F. Grant that the""following retired e&ployee of the
H* & B. Railway Co. V placed on the spanner Mailing Lists
Mr* John~G*ntles,
335 Wiademere Place,
Victoria, B. C*
Asst. Supt*  (fefineerin?)
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Murine Superintendent
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, Octob«r 12th, 1965.
S. A. Mgby, *fcq.,
ChW <2U»rk,
Victoria, B« C.
During th<» period October 1st to 15th, inclusive, X was
*^plo3red full t&m and Mrs. Richardson on the afternoons of October 1st,
5th, 8th, 12th and 15th*
* * ~~ ' -   • • Asst. "Supt* X*&igiri*»»rifig)  ' *
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Marine Superintendent p  September 28th, 1965*
■■(hyu-i  ■  a, :• f i.
 • •  B* A..Wgbjr. Baq*,
'*"'■' -r Chief::CS.erk'i'	
Vancouver, B* C*
~J. "' ~Bnring the period September 16th to 30th, inclusive*
I was employed full time, and ^firs. Richardson worked on the afternoons
of Sept^ber 17th, 21st, 24th and 28th*
Asst. Supt* (Engineering)
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Marine Superintendent
, September 14th, 1965,
S. A* Sigby* NMtat
C&ief ffterk^
Vancouver, B. C*
Further~to"""say letter of the fth Instant regarding
working tine for period, September 1st to 15th, Inclusive,- •> a
It was necessaiy for m to return to work sooner
than ejected, and I proceeded on three days1 annual leave only, as
followss
Working • September 1st to 7th, inclusive.
Annual vacation .«• September 8th, fth and 10th*
Working - SepteMber Utii to ISth, inclusive*
Asst* Supt. (itegineeriag)
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S* A* Bijjby, *?sq*,
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Va-*$couver, B* 0*
During the period September 1st to ISth, IndusIve,
I was writing trm ^ptember 1st to ith, proceeded on annual leave
September 7th to 13th, inclusive, and working September 14th If 15th*
Hrs* Richardson worked on the afternoons of Septeaiber 3rd, 7th, Bth
and 14th*
Asst* Supt* (%tgiiteerf.ng)
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Marine Superintendent
, August 24th, 1965*
S. A. Bigfcy, *?sq*,
©lief Clerk,
Vancouver, B* C*
Buring the period August 16th to 31st, inclusive, 1 was
employed fiill~tttte, and Mrs* Richardson on the afternoons of August 24th,
27th and 31st*
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 W* Tyson
Marine Superintendent^
, August 10th, 1965*
S* A. §*gby, Wtr%+$
CSiief Clerk^
Vancouver, B. C*
•Baring. the period August 1st to 15th, inclusive, I
was on annual vacation Augwst let to Sth, Inclusive, and working full
time ftm August 9th to 15th, inclusive*   Ifrs. Richardson was working
oil the afternoons of August 3rd, §tht 10th and 13th*
Asst* Supt.  (%igin**erlng)
 Marine Superintendent g July 27th, 1965.
8* A. figby, nn%.,
Chief Clerkt
Vancouver, i. 0*
'Burlfig the period July l#th to 31st, inclusive, I was
employ^ fron July 16th to-25th, Inclusive, m& will be on annual
vacation from July 26th to 31st, inclusive* Wm*  Richardson was	
««plogredl' on the afternoons of July 16th, 20th, 23rd, 27th and 30th*
Asst* Supt* (%glneering)
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Marine Superintendent,
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In answer to your teletype T-346 and enclosed letter with
memo, dated June 8th.
We have a mirror ex the lfPrincess Louise11 and a mirror
cabinet ex the night teats in fair coiidi tion .As to anything else,
everything has been disposed of at the acution or burned that has
pertained to our older vessels*
If the above two items will be suitable,  I will have them
sent to you.whenever your wish*
Asst* Supt* (fkigineering)
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PERSONAL
Vancouver,  B.C., June 4, 1965.
File:    11/65-A
"MOYI*:" MUSEUM    -    KASLO. B.C.
Mr. H# Tyson
Marine Supt.
Vancouver, B# C.
On the recent B.C. Hydro Special we visited
Kaslo, B.C., where an opportunity was given to spend some time
at the "Movie" Museum,  one of our old Lake steamers, which has be<*n
beached at the town.
Apparently this Museum is  creatine; a great deal
of interest, and with the paving of the highway beyond Kaslo, there
will be a great deal more tourist travel into the area.
Mr.  Roy Gre*ne,  the Curator,  asked  if it would b*
possible for the Canadian  Pacific to furnish on* of the staterooms
with any old-type furniture and trappings which we may have,  clearly
indicating C.P.R. original.    I donft know if you have anything like
this  on hand which you would care to use for this purpose, but would
appreciate your advice regarding this.
(Sgd.)    H. Newton
General-Passenger Agent,
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6th, 9th and
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Vancouver, ft* 6* :
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faring the period June 16th to .30th, inclusive,  I
•   • wan employed fill tisa, ami Mrs * Rlahaf^gan vmrk^i on tl    .     ^rooons
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Tours truly.
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G»!#»f COLprk,
Vancouverf B. 0.
taring th. p^riix! Jun> 1st t© 15th,"Indus It.., I
«U «**l^*l full tta. and Mrs. Rtcharason ^h thf afternoons .f
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June 1st, 4th, 8th and 10th.
Asst. Supt. (*tagin<».riag)
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      RAILWAY      COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Vancouver,   B.C.
H.T. Tumilty, Esq., May 31st, 1965.
File:  2436-A
TO ALL EMPLOYEES CONCERNED
Further to my circular letter of March 3rd this year concerning
United States income tax.
finployees have reported to me receipt by them of demands from the
U.S. Internal Revenue Iapartment for income tax assessments on the earnings
they reported as emanating from the United States as a result of submission
of income tax reports. It is apparent that those in recei pt of these
demands have not properly completed the income tax form and have failed
to show thereon a $5,000.00 deduction as a result of the reciprocal tax
convention between Canada and the United States. I would suggest therefore that any employees who are in receipt of taxation demands from the
U.S. Internal Revenue Department should reply thereto and advise that,
under the tern© of a reciprocal tax convention, and as the employee
concerned has not been present in the U.S. for more than 183 days, and
his U.S. earnings did not exceed $5,000.00, and as he has already paid
Canadian income tax on the amount earned for services rendered within
U.S. waters, the assessment received should be reviewed.
It is quite possible that they will request another form to be completed and if it is the normal U.S. income tax form such as you originally
completed, I would point out that on page 1, question No* 16 should show
the $5,000.00 exemption,which will bring to a nil balance the other
calculations, and on page 2, question No. 2 should read "commuter" and
question No* 3 should show the number of days the employee was actually
in U.S. waters.
In connection with this point the Princess Marguerite first entered
Seattle waters May 29th and was then employed operating between Seattle
and Victoria daily until September 28th inclusive, an elapsed time of
123 days, and from this should be deducted the number of da3/s the employee
had off.
On Alaska service the Frincess Patricia was in U.S. waters for a total
of 68 days, and from this again should be deducted five days for any
regular trip that the employee was not on the vessel.
H. TYSON
Marine Superintendent
 Victoria, B. C, May 11th, 19§5*
S. A. iighy, Esq*,
Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B. C*
fluting, the p*ried May 1st to ISth, inclusive, I was
^ployed full tftna, and Mrs. Ki chard son on the afternoons of May fth,
11th and 14th*
Asst. Supt* (Bnginossriag)
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VANCOUVER MERCHANTS1 EXCHANGE
Marine Building,
Vancouver 1, B.C.
APRIL 21st, 1965.
NOTICT TO MEMBERS
B.   C.flTOWBOAT OWNERS1  ASSOCIATION
COASTWISE OPERATORS ASSOCIATION OF B.C.
Enclosed for your information and comment,  if any,
is copy of circular from the Department of Transport in the
matter of depots for the annual servicing of inflatable liferafts.
Please let us have any comments you may have before
April 30th in ord^r that we may reply to the Department.
VANCOUVER MERCHANTS'  EXCHANGE
Sgd.      W. A. Sankey
S e creta r y-Mana ger
Circular No. 16
April 22nd, 1965.
a. J. Tumilty, Esq.,
Asst. Supt* (Engineering)
Victoria.
Vith return of th* attached would you please advise if you hav*
any comments.
(s£d#) lu  Tyson
 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   C       >ANY
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   COAST  STEAMSHIP  SERVICE
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Chief Clerk,
Vancouver, B* C.
ftiring the period April 16th to 30th, I was employed
full tim-i.'and"Mrs* Richardson on the afternoons of April 20th, 23rd,
2fth and 30th.
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H. Tyson
Marine Superintendent
Vancouver,  B.C.
Reference conversation concerning installation  of public
between the new ticket office, Berth 3,  and the  waiting  roo
terminal  building.
I enclose herewith requistion number A-459531 to cover.
As you are aware, there presently exists a P.A. connection between the
outside ticket booth and the old ticket office. It would serve a very
practical purpose if this existing equipment could be utilised to oon-
nect the oi&side ticket booth with the new ticket office.
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Vancouver,  B.C.
January 22nd, 1965.
H.J. Tumilty, Esq.
Would you please let
me know the approximate
cost of installing this
installation.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY A    459531
for use by  OUTSIDE DEPTS.
REQUISITION
(REQUIRE MATERIAL)
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(TO STORES)
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FOR USE BY     STORES   DEPT.    ONLY
TRANSFER
(BETWEEN STORES)
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station Nanaimo   MX. Terminal,
*PROV Nanaimo    B.C.
EXPLANATION, APPROPRIATION OR ACCOUNT NO.
PACKED BY
SHIPPING DATE
WAYBILL NO.
STOREKEEPER AT: shipper
NO. OF PACKAGES
AUDIT DEPT.
NUMBER
Jan. 20/65.
REQUISITION
TOTAL WEIGHT
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
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New Ticket Office with main terminal
building waiting room.
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REQUISITION
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DESCRIPTION
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building waitiitg room.
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MAILED TO CONSIGNEE
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SHIPPER'S  RECORD
RECEIVED   THE   ABOVE   MENTIONED   GOODS
 CONSECUTIVE NO.
CAR INITIALS & NO.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY A       459531
FOR USE BY
OUTSIDE DEPTS.
REQUISITION
(REQUIRE MATERIAL)
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RETURN OF MATERIAL
(TO STORES)        *4§sJ
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FOR USE BY
STORES DEPT.
TRANSFER
(BETWEEN STORES)
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STATION
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EXPLANATION. APPROPRIATION OR ACCOUNT NO.
PACKED BY
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SHIPPING DATE
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fictoria, &. C.jr April 13th> 3S&5,
8. A. Mgfcy, *WU*   '
Vancouver* H. C*
During th# period A^ril l&t to 15th 5 I vm employed
fall tiMfj::an+~Mr«u Richardson on th* afternoons of April 2ndf 8thf
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13th and ISthu
Asst. Supt* (%vgin^f*r1iig)
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fietoria, B. €•» April 2nd, 1%5#
W. Tyson, WNf*$
Marin** Sup^Hnt*md«ntf
Vancouver* B. C#
Will you please sigp the enclose Progress Report
and return to m*> as soon as possible for ftirther processing*
Asst. Snpt. (i?ngineering)
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▼ictoria, B.C., March 2§th, 1%5.
faiiecnvftr, B. C,
Qiirins th* period March 16th to 31st, inclusive, I was
eatployed full time and Mrs. Eichardsom was enployed on the afternoons
of Marcli 16th, 19th, 23rd? 26th and 30th.
Asst. Supt. engineering)
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fictoria, B.C, March 2«*h, 1965,
MEMO. FOR MR. BTOBT
X would appreciate your letting mm have half a dozen
yellow Time looks*   a supply of w>al tickets and some ne^rsprint paper
for third copies*
Asst. Supt. (^igineoring)
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TSctoHa, B. C., March 19th, 1965.
Senior Chfef Itngftneer,
"Prunes* of Vancouver",
 Vancouver, _B. jG.   _ _
t. Iw W^tean reported to~iae to-day that due
to Ms wife«s illness, tv« will he uhahl- to return to work until
March 2§th, 1965,
Asst. Supt.  Otaftineortng)
 Victoria* l.C#* March fth* lf§5#
1. J. Marsh* Isq**
Accountant *
Vancouver* B* C*
With reference to ay telephone conversation to-day
wither• Harrison* Assistant tJKief Cleric in the Vancouver Office*
concerning W. S. Kennedy, Fireaan, "Princess Marguerite1*•
Z   Z     Mr. Kennedy requests~we pay him his AV fro® the tiae
his W.L. ended to the time he reported for work* which was yesterday*
M^ife'''ith*'I§iS*	
Asst* Supt. (fcgineering)
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CLhdm (radjfcc
Vancouverf ?>,q, *
vcent aatific .t to all  &n*lnvet>n with r*^ard
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Montreal, March 1st. 1965.
To All Departments:-
With reference to my recent circular dealing
with the use of Form SD-61 to requisition stationery supplies on
the Stores Department at Angus and Winnipeg.
Will you please see that the undemoted
instructions are followed in the event that it is necessary to
trace the Stores for stationery supplies:
1# Tracers should be addressed to the
Superintendent of Stores, Angus or the
Stationery Storekeeper, Winnipeg, as
the case may be.
29    The consecutive number which is printed
on the Form SD-61 is to be quoted on all
tracers, together with the date of the
requisition.
3# A description of the items which are
urgently required should be cited.
Vice-Ffc^sident,
Purchases and^Stores
 S.427
Vancouver* B.C.
February 26th* 1965.
H.J. Tumilty,  Esq.,
Assistant Superintendent  (Engineering),
Victoria.
Refere me retirement, William G. Graves.   Mr. Graves requested en
December 29th that he proceed en pension upon completion of his leave. He
had sufficient leave at that time to carry him to February 28th, two months
short of his normal retirement, on account of reaching age 65, the e ffective
date ©f such retirement being May 1st.  We endeavoured to arrange for his
retirement on account of illhealth but the Chief of Medical Services advises
that as a result of examination by the Company's Medical Officer the chest
was found to be clear and Mr. Graves had a 3^ expansion, which the Medical
Officer stated was most unusual in a person of his age suffering from
emphysemia, and therefore application to retire him on medical grounds was
not approved.
Will you please interview Mr. Graves and ascertain if he is desirous
of retiring effective March 1st under Canadian Pacific pension rule 15a which
provides for voluntary retirement before age 65 providing the employee has
not less than 35 years service. If retirement is based on this rule then rule
18a comes into effect providing a reduction in pension of one 360th for each
month between the date of retirement and the date on #iich the contributor
would have attained the age of 65 years. In his case this would amount t© two
360ths if*iich, in effect, would reduce his Canadian Pacific Pension by six-tenths
of one percent.
If he is desirous of proceeding on leave effective March 1st he should
apply in writing. Enclosed is such a letter and if this is satisfactory to him
he should sign this or write his own application. If he does not desire to
retire effective March 1st I presume you can employ him until he would normally
retire effective May 1st.
Marine SjKdferintendent
 Victoria* I. C*f February 28th* 1§§5*
1. J. Marsh, Isq**
Accountant*
Vancouver* B. 0.
Iei answer to your corner note of the fth instant
A* tfm . •   ... .... ..• 	
enclosing the attached correspondence* I would say no, wo are not
-involved*   	
Asst* Supt# (^gineering)
 Canadian (Pacific
H.J. Tumilty, Esq.*
Are we involved? Your comments
would be appreciated.
A c
Vancouver, B.C.,
February 9th, 1965
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COPY
MONTREAL, February 1, 1965.
Files  H-155084
Mr. f. J. Marsh,
Accountant,
B.C.O.S.
Vancouver, B.C.
Attached is copy of letter dated February 2
from the Asst. Comptroller giving a resume of deliberations with
th=> Dept. of National Revenue about Federal Sales Tax as it
applies to "repairs11 versus "rebuilding or reconditioning11.
Your attention is particularly referred to:
1) in the accompanying correspondence, to the Asst. Comptroller's
letter of Jan. 6, accepting the basis for determining our
tax liability as outlined ^n Ottawa's letter of Oct. 16/64,
paras. 3, 4, 5 & 6.
2) th« fact that Ottawa are insisting the ruling be made
retroactive to May 1* 1964, although they are willing that
tax for the period May - Dec. 1964 be estimated on the basis
of 'experience1 with the new tax formula as it applies to
processing -$n the first four months of 1965. That is, it will
be necessary for you to develop, and advise the Tax Accountant
direct each month, Jan-April, a figure which represents extra
tax cost to us, if any, between the new basis and had the old
basis of computating such tax still b^n in effect.
If you foresee any great difficulties, please
advise, or acknowledge that the necessary arrangements will be made,
Documentation, Incidentally, substantiating
such calculations will of course have to be kept in case of Tax
Inspectors' cueries.
fSgd.) J. H. Rice
Auditor of Disbursements.
 Victoria, B. C* February 23rd* 1965!
S. A. Br«rby, Ksc,
itfOf Clerk,
VanconTer, 3* 0.
During *he perf.fll February 16th to 28th, inclusive* I
was employed full,..time, and Mrs. Richardson on th^ afternoons of
February 16th, 18th, 23rd and 26th.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Vancouverf B.C* February 5thf 1965*
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TO: HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS
For payroll purposes please note that February
^A** period will cover the 1st to 15th inclusive and February mfS*  the
16th to 28th inclusive.
February mlT  and ^B** time sheets should be
forwarded so as to reach this office on February 12th and 26th
respectively*
E.J. Marsh
Accountant FiC.Ci§#S*
Mr. HtJ. TumUly
Will you kindly advise the Victoria Foremen accordingly.
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^Mfrfill A
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Gat tain S.
Master,
Princess Marguerite.
Vancouver* tf.C.
February 10th, 1%5.
Regarding the question of dredging in Victoria Harbour. You will not*
find attached for y ur information aid record a copy of communication I received
under date of October 3 0th from Mr. A.W.Walkey, District Engineer* Department
of Public Works.  A copy of the chart referred to is also enclosed.
Marine Superintendent
c.c. H.T. Tumilty, Esq.,
A copy of the sounding chart referred to is attached. Please return when
it has served your purpose*
 Cancuiian (Pacific
T.65-5
Vancouver, B.C.,
January 14-th, 1965
H.J. Tumilty, Esq.,
Assistant Superintendent (Engineering),
Victoria, B.C.
I am running short of log books for the ships* These
are the revised type we have been using for several years, each
page consisting of three sheets, two of which are perforated for
removal from a bound book. The whole book measures l6n x 11" .
Upon checking through Purchasing as to whether or not
we had any booking orders outstanding, I am informed that Mr.
Moyer has located a supply of 40 previously printed by Hebden
Printing and sold by them upon closing of their business to
Morris Printing. Morris Printing will not release one of these
for our inspection and I shall be pleased therefore, if you will
arrange for yourself or E. Gerrard or one of the other Officers
to go up to Morris Printing and inspect the supply they have
advising me if they are of the same type we are at present using.
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Victoria* B* An February 11th* 1965*
S* A# Digby, IM**
■. 0r?c-f dl^rk,
Vancouver* B* 0*
during th** period February 1st to 15th* Inclusive*
I was «*#tploy**d full tine and Mrs* Richardson worked on thai
afternoons of February 5th, Sth and 12th*
Asst. Supt. (%igine#ring)
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CANADIAN
P A C I F
IC      RAILWAY
COMPANY
British Columbia
Coast Steamship
Service
Victoria, B.
c,
August
3rd,
1962.
File:
T
63-49A
t
-»<■> ->■•
Dear Sir:
To enable me to present my 1963-64 annual pass list for
employees retired with pension will you please advise the following:
1*  Are you employed in any capacity? »......«
2.  If employed, was permission of the Pension Committee
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Vancouver,  B.C.
February 9th, 1965.
H.J.  Tumilty, Esq.,
Assistant Superintendent (Engineering),
Victoria.
'Mr. H.J.  Ives, Supervisor, First Aid, advised me yesterday that
First Aid classes will be held in Victoria,  both afternoon and night,  on
February 15th, 16th and 17th.
Would you please have a survey made and let me know the names of
all those who will attend the afternoon or night classes.
It is also desired to have Mr.  James F. Grant, Trucker-Labour?r,
and Mr. R.M. Stokes, Agent,  Victoria Mharf,  attend a special First Aid
class which will be for a six-week duration with one day a week attendance,
and they are accordingly being advised*
Marine i^erintendent
 Victoria* B.C., January 26th, 1965.
H. J. Marsh, KsQ.,
Account ant *
Vancouver, B. C.
r  f In regards to Mr. j. Jenkins, 2nd electrician on the
"Princess of ...Vancouver ?* He has to report for $nry duty cm February 1st,
1965; In Victoria.
The question is, what  do we do about paying hiji, or do
we simply leave hi» off pay until his duties on the jury ire completed?
I believe this man hsm  not enough leave due him to cover
the time he will be required for jury duty.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 o
Victoria, B.C.* January 26th, 1§65.
S. km iigl *,
Chief Clerk*
Vancouver, B. C«
During the Period January 16th to 31st, inclusive, I was
en^loved full til tJ Mrs, i i of January 19th*
22nd/ 26th aad
Asst. Supt.  (^Engineering)
 Victoria* B. C* January 19th* 1%5*
H. Tyson, %q**
Marine Superintendent*
Vancouver, B. C*
I would .'like my annual vacation during the month of
October.
Asst# Superintendent (Ungineering)
 Victoria* 1. C* January 19th* 1965*
■• Tyson, Ksq.,  -!■■--.;• .;.. ;i,,a n>,
Marine Superintendent*
Vancouver* B. C.
For your information, ay office phone at 38S-4113
will be disconnected January 21st, 1965, and an extension placed in
fro® the Stores* phone number 383-3522.
Asst. Supt. (magineering)
■:'{'
 Victoria* B. C. December 10th, 1964*
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H. Tyson, Jipju t
Marine'superintendent,
Vancouver* B. 0.
Spare equipment stored at Yarrows, Burrard Drydock
and at Victoria Wharf for our vessels is as follows:
At Yarrows *"rr''v '*•>.-"■■i
4'ta^ishiiftit.      "Princess Patricifen};^"ffPri.iicess Marguerite*1
...w/ , ij -2 pa^op^llers, 1 port   1 starboard*    "Princess Patricia11 &
' ' n';",':'r''"':'♦Princess Mfcrgu^rttfe1^''
' ' *' ' ' At /ftrirrard "grydodk   ' ■  .      . J
'' 2 propellers",,fl"port   X'starboards :'" "princfcs's- Patrfcia#"|f
"Princess Marguerite®
 2*tai.llhaftg.'' " 'flPr!?ieess *of Vancouver51. •   :;
2 propellers, 1 port   1 starboard.    "Princess of Vancouver11
1'bosc ipar* parts for Voitli^Schneider' bow propeller     ^
At Victdri^marf ;;	
1 Bronze propeller cone*    "Princess-'Patricia* 'or ^Princess
Marguerite**
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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Victoria, B.C.* Kovmber 27th, 1964*
S.  A. Digby* *&q.*
Cfci^f Clerk,
Vancouver* I*   C*
Burw Hie period November 15th to 30th,  I was working
full time, and Mrs. Richardson worked on the afternoons of November
17th, l§th, 24th and 27th.
1
Asst. Supt.   (%igineering)
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 Victoria,!. C, November 27th, 1964.
MEMORANDUM FOR MR. MARSH
Will you please bring the engineers1 outstanding
leave up-to-date.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 Montreal, December 31, 1961.
To All Officers and Employees:
As 1961 draws to a close, it is again my pleasure to convey my appreciation of
your continued loyal support which has contributed so much to the partial solution
of the many grave problems we have had to face throughout the past twelve months.
The ever-increasing competitive climate in the transportation industry today makes
it most imperative to realize that all employees represent the Company in everyday
contacts with the public and that all thus have an important role to play in the field
of salesmanship. An awareness of the necessity of selling our Company's name and
services at all times coupled with good sense and a dynamic and aggressive approach
to our problems will, I am sure, enable us to look forward to further progress in 1962.
My sincere wishes for good health and happiness in the New Year are extended
to you and to every member of your family.
Chairman and President
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Victoria, B.C., November 10th, 1964,
Sefttb?Chi<*f %tgineer,
"Princess of Vancouver11*
Vancouver* B. C.
Inclosed herewith are typ**d Megger Readings for
your ship*
Asst. Supt. Ofrigiwiring)
 r-s
Victoria* B.C., November 10th, 1964,
S.  A. Digby, fJsq**
Chief Clerk,   ■
Vancouver,  B. C.
Could you please provide us with a small supply of
each of the following items which we require?
Long White Bond Paper
Short White Bond Paper
Long Tissue Paper
Paper Clips
Brown envelopes, Form 2304, (Sj X tf)
"    rf       Form 2301 (second sise)
"    "       Form 2306 (large)
White imvelopes* Small
• * ■   i;"-■:,''^White'envelbpes'', Fora:2326 (second si^e)
    Short-white paper"" Form 102A i';':;
Short White tissue Form 101A
Reg. ni%e white paper  Form 102
Reg. si.ge white tissue- (same as Form 102)' i:
Marine Supt*fs letterhead
1 package Featherweight carbon, short
1 package Featherweight carbon, long ''
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 468 Belleville ^t**
Marine , October 27tli* 1^64*
F* fsill^ r*i».,
SnpeHfttendent, Marine Repairs*
ftirrard Rry&odk Cb&psny*
355 |tfiw4 street*
Van stiver* B. C.
for oor annual ■ • purposes* 1 would
be obliged if you could let §*e know if any propeller shafts*
i^rop^llers and propeller con*s <itorerf M your Yard pertaining
to Mp of &nr ftjjfsla*
Tours Very truly,
Asst* Supt*  C^in-eHng)
cc - H. Tyson, ^sq.,
Marine Superintendent,
Vancouver, B.C.
 Employee Benefit Plan Administrative Committee
CANADIAN   RAILWAYS
S.   R.   BIRTLES ROOM  292.  WINDSOR  STATION.
SECRETARY   TREASURER MONTREAL  3,   QUE.
TO CANADIAN PACIFIC NON-OPERATING EMPLOYEES AND TRAINMEN
IN THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Employee Benefit Plan Administrative Committee wishes to advise all
Participating Employees that revised contracts with the underwriters will be
effective on January 1, 1963, and booklets detailing the Benefit Plan as revised
will be issued in the near future.
In the meantime, however, it is necessary to advise you that the amount
of your monthly Contribution will be reduced to the following:
Non-operating employees $4.62
Trainmen and Yardmen $5.03
Direct pay contributions made in December and in each month thereafter
will be as follows for Canadian Pacific Employees in the Province of British
Columbia:
Single       Family
$4.35       $10.85
This advice is being sent to you now because the changes will be
applicable to the contributions made in the month of December which pay for the
benefits in January.
Employee Benefit Plan Administrative Committee
Montreal, Quebec.
November 30, 1962.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA  (CP.)
21
 468 Sellevilie St.*
Iterine , October 2fth,
W* Haddock* llMfc**
Varst Manager*
Varrows Limited,
P. 0* Wm 1O30*
Victoria* B. 0*
Bear $!r*
for our annual inventory purposes, I
would be obliged If yon could let me Imow of any propeller
shafts* propellers and propeller cones stored in yottr lard
pertaining to any of our vessels*
fours very truly*
Asst* Supt* ("Bn«i«eering)
cc - H. Tyson, ^sq.*
Marine Superintendent*
Vancouver* B. C.
 mm mk$ 1*4*    «g
T* ftoft *s|**
Vfctoi i
Victoria * 1* C.
Desr Sir
For our annual  lnveni ., 1 would
lie ohliged if yo» «tiM let mm faww of atqr ft* r staftft*
pr^ellers mA pf^^lei* wn*s stored fii your VsNi pertaffiittg
to any of cftir vennels*
.   fours v*ry truly *
cc * H* Tyson, lif.
Marine Superintendent*
Vancouver* 1. C*
 \y
Victoria* B.C., October 2?th, 1984.
T. Aird, 1ft* j
Catering frupertntundent*
Vancouver* B. C.
In regards to your letter of October 22nd■ 1964$
file 64~§nA5 the cost to move electrical power from, the upp*»r
level at Nanaimo Teminal to space on lower level occupied fey
the Maintainer would b^ approximately $5§8,5G.
Listed "below is the breakdown which does not
include any work that the carpenters would have to do:
250* - KM Cabl»
1" ^MT
Conduit Fittings
Load Center
8 Circuit Breaker
$    30.00
22.50
10.00
8.00
16.00
Labour 3 days -
Helper "    *     -
$72
n
120
120.00
8 plugs at $7.50 each
60.00
2 Lights
Material
32.00
10.00
Labour 12 Hrs. «
Helper    »    »
- $36.
24
60
60.00
Meals and Hotel
$ 568.50
80.00
Total
4.
$ 4*8,50
Asst. Supt. <^gineering)
mm
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File: T.64-9Q A
Vancouver B. C. Oct* 22nd* 1964
Mr* Em  Tumilty*
Asst* Supt. (Engineering)
Victoria B. C.
In the event that the fanaimo Terminal Restaurant is relocated to
the lower level of the Terminal * outlets for the following electric
equipment will be required.
/     2 only Refrigerators*
3
1
n
Milk Shake Machine
1
2
Two burner Hot Plate*
1
n
40 Cup Coffee Urn (this can be aupplied by
Dicksons Coffee Ltd*  )
2
n
Two Burner Silex
1
rt
Electric fettle*
1
t!
Domestic Toaster (Two slice)
1
it
Fan*
All of the above eqipment with the exception of the electric kettle is
presently located in the Terminal Restaurant*
Asst* Supt. (Catering)
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September 24th* If§4.
a.F.  Lubojacky, Esq.f
Secretary -Treasurer*
Vancouver C.P.R. Shipyard*
Workers Union,  Local Mo. 1552*
B^C.C.S,   Shops*
Fan Oliver.
Bear Sir,
In accordance with the understanding httwuen our
Company and ymr Organisation this is to advise that thepMttt **ag€
award to non-operating employees of our Company will now be applied
to the shop employees represented by your Onion.
ill find attached a stafeint showing the revised
rates from the effective dates indicated therein.
Yours truly*.
Marine    Superintendent
c*c. f*J. Tumilty* Esq., /MCSf^^T^
C.  Sharp, Esq., /If
   Ua/icuiiit/i GhjdMc
1»
,'
Master*
rrincess Marguerite.
14040
fane^uver, 8.C.
September 14th, 1964*
3®for% your vessel leaves Seattle at S*30 K «n if9 .Se$ tewber
28th for Victoria, will ym please arrange to removs the planks aid
tackle, from I and to also have the I    I      laced on board.
Arrange mnt.n will be made to have the gangplank painted before
it is returned to Ls next Mi
Marine
c*c.o* Second Mr*
cc.  D.H.E. Maclean, Esq.,
H.j. Tunilty, Esq*,
Will you please arrange next Spring to have the gangplank painted.
 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
64/10  Pier
Seattle, Washington, Sept
Mr. H. Tyson,
Marine Superintendent,
Vancouver, B. C.
Reference is made
file 2667, letter of April 1, 1964 to Mr
Tumilty, regarding canvas signs from Seattle.
I have arranged for these
two signs to be taken down on September 25th
and they will be sent to Victoria Shops for
brightening up and any other alteration necessary
as determined in the early Spring, following   ?
which they should be returned here for use again
in 1965* ^^r-CZ^
Wharf Agent
uA-
 2667
Vancouver, B.C.
September 14th, 1964.
H.J.  Tumilty, Esq.,
Assistant Superintendent (Engineering),
Victoria.
For your information.
a
 •
1   SrftSTSfl/Tff
(fkcfic	
H.J. Tumilty.
Copy of insurance data,  B.C.C.S.
for 1964 enclesed.
1
H.
1
Tyson
 B.  C.     COAST    SERVICE    FLEET
    Insurance    Data
Name ef Vessel
Pr.  .f
Vancouver
Pr.
Marguerite
Pr.
Patricia
Transfer
# 4
Transfer
# 9
Chartered
Barge
Gross
Tsnn&jre
5554
5911
6062
-
1593
1396
Net
2430
2379
2595
1522
1360
i
O.A.
416'  0"
373'   9"
373'   9"
!          !
Length
B.P.
388'  0"
355'  0"
355'   0"
* * ;'
308'   7|"
278'   7"
 ■"                                             !
Breadth
63'  0"
56'  0"
56'   0"
53'   2f"
43"   2^"
 J
Depth
19'  6"
f
20'  0"
20'  0"
11"   7£»
12'  0"
Lead Draught
14'  10$"
15'   7"
15'   7"
*
Passengers as
per certificate
900
2,000
(light 340
♦ Day    50
390
.
Approximate
number ef cars
150 autes,
or
2&R.R.&
35 autes
50
0
20 RR cars
17 RR cars
Cast plus
improvements
$
l
!
4,560,663
4,228,173
4,946,796
304,444
160,000
i
Insured value
3,281,000
1,750,000
2,500,000
1,750
200,000
80,000
war taste
Premium
—*~-
2,297
1,225
140
56
Insured Value
$
3,500,000
1,400,000
2,500,000
200,000
80,000
Premium
$
19,789
300,000
14,882
7,500
20,780
3,916
2,588
Cargo
$
7,500
112
200,000
As
required
125,000
Premium
$
$
$
1,850
11,200
35,136
I
103
1,151
As
required
750
P. & I. Premium
Estimated total
s.s.  Premium
4,005
20,215
6,523
29,165
5,207
2,644
750
September 1st  1964
 ] "  '"' :       :  ]-     fictdr.fa.**" i.: C.*>:Sept^mb#r:4th,'1S|4«
Qblof ltigTn<ifrj
^Princess of Vancouver'1*
*':y)[  ;" faric6^y^r*-S.«C.- • ;';--v
'"'■■•:-•• ;-J <'Pleas£? oblige by filling in on the attached list the
names, positions, addresses and phone numbers of all engine-room
personnel employed on your vessel* forwarding one copy of the list to me
#ad retaining the other for your records.
s ' f
Asst* Supt. engineering)
 ')
Victor-
1*4 $epteiiber 4th, 1964*
**Pr**ice«** ■<Wa*!^ierit<*'V	
Please oblige by filling in on th* attached list the
names* positions, addresses and phone numbers of *ll'eigtMHlPtfli
personnel es|*loyed on yonr vessel* forwarding ©n*» copy of the list to mm
and r#«*ai»teg t*u» c^h^r for your i^cbrtte* ^ .!"'•
Asst. Supt* (VNgteff^rfn^)
rJW    :.S'a
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Victoria, B* C* August 28th, 1964.
H. Tyson,
Marine SmieHntendent*
Vancouver* B* C*
In answer to your letter of August 25th, file S.16729.
Mr* R. C. 1?astwood has not been recalled for work this
year or last year, the reason being he was Incapable of performing
caulking work that was being performed by the Victoria Wharf Carpenter
Shop.
Hue to his inability to perform hard work* we should,
therefore, close out his record.
Asst. Supt* (Engineering)
 —————^ —Canada (Pacific
File:    S.16729
Vancouver, B.C., August 25th, I964
H.J. Tumilty, Esq.,
Assistant Superintendent (Engineering),
Victoria, B.C.
Richard Chaney Eastwood, 333017, Carpenter, Victoria, has been
laid off since October 9, 19&2, account reduction of staff.
fli^Tkjejuni you please advise if he was called to report for x^rork last
year,^ and/or if he was available for work with us. Is it anticipated you
will require the services of Mr. Eastwood again? If not, his record with
this Company should be closed.
pi* W^*^
Marine Superintendent
 O 0
fictpHa* B. C**,... August 10th, 19§4*
<*\h,    •';■{!•'
H* Typon, *&<}*.,..
Ilar<n# Superintendent*
Vancouver* B* C.
Ret    Sijapsons Sears Ltd.
Vancouver General Hospital
V%i   Mr. Ant cm Scherban,
North Surrey, B. C.
$127.4f & $14f00       i T-r. ,ljr;
.    i>: r    .. 4 r  f   Reference your waa^ra^iw on, copy of letter to
j' ^6^heTOj5dredttsXtd.7fda        Auipst 7th, file $-258£55 regarding
_ ,the(. abpye i^loyee. , .   _...    lf.   .   ,;i:,,._;,   MJ?.;•,;.,   r.^r.^y.   ;:,-, •.,-..i'-w,
1 intervi **we4 j&iy Ant#n .Scherban, Firepan^- § [
1 * ,wftrfncVtfs WrgaVrl'tV** to-day.   As h* has only been working for
us for the last; two i^pthss*, he iiiforffied me th^t he ha^r,%een <;
' * "sVridfiig all his money hone,' and as far as Ihe knows his wife is
supposed to be making small frayaala +m h&B m%tatandlai dobta*
.^.havf; Jj&sts^pted hist that .we. irtik Ma to pay his
outstanding deMs as soon as possible.
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
 \J
o
Victoria* B. C* July 31st* 1964*
Mr. H. fyson* -~:;- 7-r^tr— "~"~ ~~ " ' "■ ~""*™ *** **"* "*	
ffarine Superintendent"*v:/: Ll-
Vancouver* B* C*
:.'\ a';-//[laCK '
In  regards. to. the.. enclmecL letter frm..tht^M^^K%Mm%. P*
Transport adding light diesel ©il to the Oil Pollution Prevention
Begulations*_. allJUMP s ay is.we...will..comply with^this....^i1^.regulation
/•.■irti#fi'^t core^ *nto force,.as we have done In the past with the old
category of other o£ls*
Hr 1' . mTF* .
Asst. Supt. (Engineering)
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IWPARTWraiT OF TRANSPORT
Ottawa* July 21st, 1964*
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.*
B. C. Coast Service Ferries*
Granville & Cordova Sts.*
VANCOUVER 2* B. C.
Dear Sir,
During the past few years* this department has been
increasingly engaged in the administration and enforcement of the
domestic Oil Pollution Prevention Regulations. :  As you know* these
regulations prohibit the discharge or escape of certain oils from
ships into Canadian waters.
The oils which fall into the prohibited category are
those of the "persistent" variety, e.g., crude oil, fuel oil, heavy
diesel oil, and so on. These are the oils that do not readily dissipate
in water, and that cause death to birds and long-term damage to beaches.
We have now been considering whether light diesel oil
should be included amongst the other prohibited oils. Light diesel
does not cause the same degree of damage as the heavier oils, but it is
objectionable on bathing beaches, and tends to accumulate in places
like yacht basins, where it stains the hulls. It is a problem by reason
of the s:reat extent of its use*
This change, if adopted, would not apply"in
international waters but to ships in Canadian waters only*
Your comments on this proposal will be appreciated*
Yours very t ruly,
(Sgd*) Alan Cumyn
Alan Cumyn,
Director* Marine Regulations
 4994 15
Vancouver, B.C., July 28th, 1964*                                        > £
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Assistant Superintendent (Engineering)*                                            3p  « z
Victoria*                                                                   £ 8 ■*
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Reference this letter from Department of                                             ^ 3
Transport, Ottawa* Will you please let me have                                          2 °
your views as soon as possible*                                                       ^ g
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Victoria, B. C* July 24th, 1964.
". j. Marsh, t?sq. ,	
Accountant, ?. '\-.:'A'i I
Vancouver,  R.  C*
f^taiptjng from May telephogw'. blilfli $1.55 was
deducted  from bill $24*75*
''•>. i
In June same amount was deducted from bill
^:-^$iKm'''^w^m —$i&jrw*' ""~"r = rr~~ = ' :    -
Th July $200*67 wasjpaid plus $1.55, but fro« tho
•bOVe we have deducted! the bill' twice-for the long distance call and
we still <n*e Hie Telephone Company $1*55*
(Am I Hakil
fc/J.
 Asst* Supt* . (Hm i.;.fringl
 ^
/—\
tictoffa, B. C, July Ttfe, 1§64.
H. Tyson, lifi'i
Iterine Superintendent, •:;■■;:•:, =.
"%ncouver7^*wC^"" ~ ''	
For your information, Mr* Walter Hopkins , leading
Hand Carpenter of our Victoria Wharf Caipenter.Shop* passed away
July"3M* 1964T~   ~/J:Jl'..-:-:'±S
Asst. Supt. (S»ginoeri©l)
'*  A I   ::  ':        :l  £ A ?  J  '■!
J'M W
ss:? rs
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468 Brtl^vUl* It.,
*ar*n» » Jun* 30th, 1964.
)0 I
H. -if^--Hlliot, Bs'qV*
Senior steamship Inspector,
52^ Federal Building,
Victoria* B* C
Dear Sir,
If possible, would you oblige us and
..try to obtain a copy of the Inspection Certificate issued
for our ex vessel, ^Princess ■■Blaine11., for the period .
between March 1959 and March I960 at your earliest convenience.
. We require a copy of this Inspection
Certificate for a court case involving the above-mentioned
Vessel*
Yours very truly,
Asst. Supt* •■(Engineering)

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