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 Form  109
©2/49
Working Papers and Supporting Document*
Tonnage Replacement claim and Capital
Appropriation detail - Construction of
n?r* Marguerite" and ttPr» Patricia11 •
 AIR 'imlAlh
J* Loriaer, Esq*,
Auditor of Disbursements*
Montreal| Que*
Dear Sin
L392fe 4
Victoriaf B* C. June 24, 1950
Reference your C 157991 * 14 of the 16th instant*
lour letter was received to© late for adjustment of this
linen chaiv.e to be made in our May 1950 Balance Sheet Pv& necessary
entries will appear in June*
lours faithfully
Manager
 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM C~i57991~ll£
Montreal, J^^cJgS^. <yji Seytff)
Captain 0 #J♦ Williams, !     f?A
Manager, j IIIWO^Qftn
British Columbia Coast Steamships, | A    ^^ $
Victoria,  B *C. j       OFFKE (/ /»4 £$
With reference to our exchange of cf^g^g£^g.^g^ ^,in^ri^^zl.^.. 1
respecting surplus linen ex "Princess Marguerite1* and "F^incess^afriSSa^^
your files 13926-C and 13587*
The value of the surplus blankets and linen should
be credited Appropriation SS-2.
/
accou:
Mil you kindly arrange accordingly in current month!s
Auditor of Disbursements.
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM      C300~1~SS3
Montreal,   June  6,   1950.
FORM 102 Qin
Captain 0. J. Williams,
Manager
B.C.  Coastal Steamships,
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
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With r ef erence  to your enquiry of
May 26,   file  13926A relative  to  surplus   linen ex
vessels  "Princess Marguerite11  and  "Princess Patricia".
This matter is still under investigation
and you shall be duly advised immediately decision has
toe reached.
4
General Auditor*
 13926 A
Victoria, B. C* Ihy 26, 1§50
H. C. field, IWl*!
General Auditor,
Montreal, ue.
Bear Bir: x
Your file C 5©0-l-€S.S.3 of January 10/50.
iiii you please advice if a decision has yet been-arrived
at in connect ion .:ith surplus linen er the Pr M&rrrurite and Pr Patricia.
•« are carrying the amount of $55294*00 in suspense and
await your final instruction. *
Yours faithfully,
Manager.
 COPY. 1950 Mar 15    m 12:59
VRA 194 RS.
PROSontreal Que 15
Capt. 0.J.Williams.
Victoria.
M-57. Renewal not required f or SS2-JL949 0489 #
H.CReid.
 as.   11.15S Victoria* i. C#f N**efe nth* 19J@«
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8. C. 8.I4*.••.....•• oatxeal*
four file G3CX>l-8S«3a February 2Sth to Vioe-Preaider.t Vancouver requactiag
renewals of 3S2 and 8S£ 1*4* SfQ? 1. have t» record her* of any ferttwr eharg**
is credit f«r 3t»plt» lines SfOP Sets your flit C|CK>l«eS3 January lOfeis* 1990  SfOP
IS* advise If you still require reowal of M8 1949.     *ff.
Q.J.KHlians.
 FORM 102 U'O
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM        Q    300-l~SS3
Montreal, January 10,  1950.
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Captain 0. J. Williams,
Manager,
B.C. Coastal Steamships,
VICTORIA, B.C.
With reference to your letter of January 4>
file 13926-A, relative to linen, blankets, etc. removed from
vessels HrPrincess Marguerite*1 and'Princess Patricia.11
This matter is under investigation, and no
credit should be applied against appropriation S.S,2 pending
further instructions.
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General Auditor,
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 13926-A
Victoria, B. C, January 5th, 1950*
J. A. Coleman, Esq.,
Storekeeper, B. C. C. S#i
Victoria, B. C*
Dear Sir: Surplus linen ex *Pr# ^arguerlte^ - "Pr» Patricia*1
Will you please supply a list of any artiod.es which you have
issued to other unit® of the f leet tram the above stock and which you
have not already advised us#    For your inf ormatlon we have not as yet
charged out the large supply of napkins which were alloted to the wPr.
Kathleenn during the Alaska season*
Ac  countant*
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FREIGHT
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DATE
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Form 397   -  10M.
DAILY WORK SHEET
19
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TOTAL
Shed
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Started.
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TRUCKERS  HOURS
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General Foreman
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Victoria, B* C„, Januaxy 4th, IffHfe
H. C. Raid, feq.,
General i<uditor,
Montreal, P# <$»
^ar Sir: "Frees Kargpierlte & Patricia1*
It has been found necessary due to altered operational conditions,
to ramove certain quantities of Una®, blankets etc., as per attached list,
fro© the above mentioned vossels.   The total value is as follows
"Prince©* Marguerite1*      #26,241.62
**¥rimmB Patricia* 29*CB2«2fl
hb it Is our desire to distribute thie material to dfcher units
of our fleet isheaa required and as tha goods in question ®aa supplied ale®g
with the original furi^shlnge at the tins of coraHsslcmlnSi it is presifflii
that the resultant credit should be properly applied to i^p;ropriatloa 382.
tmax
Your definite Instructions to liable entry tmappear on our
Secaaber balance sheet mould be appreciated*
Yews faithfully.
Manager,
 Form 397   -   10M.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY                                CHECKER'S DAILY WORK SHEET
VANCOUVER WHARF FREIGHT
CHECKER                    CLOCK No.                                                                DATE                                               19
	
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GANG CLOCK No.
TOTAL
TOTAL HOURS WORKED
LOADING OR UNLOADING CARS
Shed
or
Pier
Started
Quit
CHECKERS HOURS
TRUCKERS HOURS
Initial
Car No.
From
Station   or   Steamer
To
Station   or   Steamer
No. of
Pkgs.
Contents
Weight
Straight'
O.T.
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FURTHER DETAILS  AND DESCRIPTION OF OTHER WORK
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TOTALS
'              NOTE.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          \
If cars received from or going over other roads* show this under column "FROM"
or
"TO" as via C
J.N.R., G.N.R, or B.C.I
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General Foreman
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 a-cai^^ixr
of non-skid grating strips to eliminate smooth
and slippery surface 700
3,300
STEVESTON WHARF
50/154-  Renewal of defective piling, caps, joists and
planking 2,350
50/155  Painting and miscellaneous repairs to approach
structures _ 500
2,850
NEWCASTLE ISLAND
50/156  Repairs to building, picnic ground and playing
ground facilities
50/157  Sanding and polishing flctr - new plants,
shrubs etc.
TOTAL
14,950
16f700
45,450
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T E	
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From: Princess Patricia
Victoria, B.C.
November 28th.  I949
151
Blankets White Single
3.77
ea                      569.27/
200
■                "      Double
4.47
894.00^
35
"                M      DeLuxe
5.30
185.50/
350
Covers Mattress Single
4.68
I638.O0/
171
w                ■        Double
5.24
896,04/
87.56/
11
n                ■        DeLuxe
7.96
7632
Napkins
71.50
3                              5456.88/
771
Sheets Single
1.91 <
3a                    1472.61/
2QO£ I63I
w        Double
2.21
3604.5l/
3674
Slips
63.66 «
3       .                      3612.07/
66
Spreads Single
3.54 ea                      233.64/
390
"         Double
4.34
1692.60/
60
Towels Bath
107.75 c                          64.65/
6804    •
"        Hand
68.75
4677.75/
1344
"        Pantry
102.50
1377.60/
12000
■        Toilet
21.58
2589.60/
29,052.28/
CHARGE:
STORE'S NEf UNEN BALANCES.
CREDIT;
PRINCESS PAIRICIA
November 28th.  1949
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Victoria, B.C.
CHARGE:    STORE'S Ifflf LINffi BALANCE
CREDIT:     PKETOE38 MARGUERITE)
November 28th. 1949
158
Blankets White Single
3*77 ea
595.66/
221
n
*      Double
4.47
987.87/
185.50/
35
tt
n      DeLuxe
5*30
401
Covers Mattress Single
4.68
1876.68/
84
tt
n        Double
5.24
.    440.16/
11
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*        DeLuxe
7.96
87.56/
6468
Napkins
71.50 c
4624.62./
360
Sheets
Single
1.91 ea
687.60/
3403.4o/
1540
n
Double
2.21
4106    xxm
Slips
63.66 c
2613.88/
306
Spread
s Double
4*34 ea
1328.04/
252
Towels
Bath
107.75 c
271.53/
636
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Glass
27.75 c
176.49/
6876
tt
Hand
68.75 c
4727.25/
1068
tt
Pantry
102.50 c
1094.70/
12410
n
Toilet
21.58    c
2678.07/
49
Staff
Blankets
3.64 ea
178,36/
242
n
Slips
40.25 c
97.4l/
173
tt
Sheets
1*08 ea
186.84/
26,241.62/
November 28th.  1949
 FORM (T) 248
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.
Inter-Department File
Correspondence
IHfOlCI CURIES EELATING TO 1MLTL4L OUTFIT OE
TEXTILES SUPPLIED TO   s. g.   "F&LHgESS PATRICIA »
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16 Down .guilts size 6*0" x J^O1*
covered in satin on face side and
sateen to match on reverse side
with diamond quilting and centre
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For 3 Special Cabins (Double Beds)
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No claims allowed after 14 days from date of invoice,
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supplied to chief steward, "Princess
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per copy of account attached.
£-. 6. 30,
{Exchanged at § 4.04 - § 1.38)
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.
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MONTHLY ACCOUNTS 2J%
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2nd February    1949.
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Single Terry
COPY INVOKE
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SPINNERS -  DYERS -  MANUFACTURERS
VANTONA    HOUSE,        PORTLAND    STREET,        MANCHESTER,    I.
Telephones :-CENtral 5641  ( 7 Lines)      Telegrams- "VANTONATEX, Manchester".    Codes- Leibers ABC 5th & 6th Edition.
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Quality to apeciflcatlon CPS.9-9/31*
All above have "CANADIAN PACIFIC BCCS Carter
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Canadian Peetfie Beilway thwnaajr.
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Trafalgar Square,
Conveyance Leaden,   W.C.2.
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Delivery 5th April 1949
3 Cartons Toilet Paper Round
3 " Paper Napkins Folded
2 Doz Pkts Paper Doiles 3" Oval
2 »  »   «    l!  5" Round
6 Balls Twine
50 lbs Cleanin Rags
12 Doz Kitchen Cloths
10 ■ Swsjbs
12 Bx Toilet Soap
4 fl Bath Soap
10 tt Laundry Soap
20 Gals Liquid Soan^    .        %/ // ^
20 « Cleansol /rl I/Aa^UmJ 9wMM*U>J
6 Sks#Soda / I
200 lbs Iflftrndotte(for dish washing machines)
2 Doz Silicon
12 Doz Tooth Picks
1 B Furniture Polish
2 " Soft Brooms 24" with Handles
1 tf Corn Brooms
2 ,f Scrubbers
1 n  Bannister Brushes $tiff)
1 ■   ■       » (Soft)
1 " Toilet Bowl Brushes
•A- n Turks Heads with handles
•J fl Deck Brooms
1 ■ 0*Cedo Mops
•g- fl Janitor Mops complete with handles
2 h    w      II
4 only Janitor Buckets
18 Galvanized Buckets
2 Garbage Cabs
2 Doz Refuse Cans (5 Gal size for Waiters Quarters etc.)
18 Dust Pans
6 Pkts Steel Wool
2 Doz Metal Polish
1 " Carpet Sweepers
3 VacuiE CleaneBS
2 uartons Matches
10 Doz Ash Trays
1 • Chloride of Lime Chief steward
rZ.Jf^M&ffite a
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n£*u6u*4 Jty
20 Doz Tea Cups
20 *   " Saucers
30 n  Pie Plates
4 M Rounds for Ice Cream
10 n  Ind Creamers
5 !t Plates suitable for Cereals
li" fl Sugar Bowls
1 n  Display Jars or Stands
12 Doz Knives
12 « Forks
20 n ^ea Spoons
4 tf Dessert Spoons
3 ff Salt Shakers
3 lf Pepper Shakers
2 » Napkin Holders
4 only Pie Lifters
6 w Ice Cream Scoops
4 Bread Knives
1 Steel
1 Garbage Can
2 Doz Creamers (for Cereals)
10 Doz Tea Pots
Chief Steward
 Crew Gear S.S.Pr.Marguerite
4 Doz Soup Plates
4 ,f Dinner Plates
8 n Pie Plates
6 tt Cups
1 n  Salt Shakers
1 " Pepper n
*§* " Sugar Bowls
6 Enamel Milk Jugs
6 !l Tea Pots
6 t! Coffee BSEMsPots
1Q& Doz Table knives
10 t   lf Table Forks
10 %   n  Soup Spoons
10 w Dessert Spoons
15 w Tea Spoons
■§- lf Syrup Pots
Chief Steward
 Dry Stores   S.S.Pr.Marguerite
12 Cds Sodas Christies Salted
3 fl Tea Biscuits
4 Bx.Dads Cookies
25 lbs Barley
1 Ct Bran Flakes
1 Doz All Bran
1 Ct Shredded Wheat
2 n  Corn Flakes
20 !l Corn Meal 10s
2 Doz Grapenuts
1 Doz Buckwheat
1 " Postum
20 lbs Macaroni
20 tt Spaghetti
60 « Rolled Oats 20s
10 » Sago
10 n  Tapioca
50 tt Lima Beans
50 tf Small White Beans
5000 Ind Tea Bags
50 lbs Cabin Tea
100 lbs Coffee
150 Cube Sugar 25s
300 lbs Granulated Sugar
20 n  Ixging Sugar
8 Sks Pastry Flour 49s
2 Doz armalade 4s
4 rl Asst Jams 4s
1 » Red Currant JeHy
1 ■ Mint Jelly
12 fl Jelly Powders
3 only All Spice Is
2 Doz Baking Powder Is
4 " Bicarbonate of Soda Cow Brand Is
•$■ Doz Capers
4 lbs Cooking Chocolate
1 Doz Chutney (Indian)
2 only Cinnamon Is
2 !f Cloves Is
10 lbs Dessicated Coconut
2 only Cochineal 12 oz
2 " Egg Coloring 12oz
•J- * Curry Powder Is
1 Doz Custard Powder Is
3 only Vanilla Essence 12 oz
3 " Lemon M 12 oz
3 tf A]jnond    »    12 oz
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5 lbs Sheet Gelatine
10 w Crystallized Ginger
1 Doz Horseradish
3 only Tins Ginger Is
3 n Sried Mint Is
1 tf Nutmeg Is
6 Gals Green Olives
6 M Ripe Olives
3 !f Olive Oil or Mazola
1 Doz White Pepper Is
2 only Paprika Is
1 tf Cayenne Is
3 Doz Asst Sweet Mixed Pickles
2 lbs Salt Petre 8oz
3 only Sage Is
1 Doz ^alad Dressing Gals
4 n Table salt
1 Sk Dairy Salt
4 Doz H.P.Sauce
8 lf Tomato Ketchup
2 » Chili Sauce
3 " L.SP.Sauce
2 « Vi egar Malt 26oz
1 n      ff White  26oz
1 Doz Cocoa Is Frys
6 Case Apple Juice
6 Bts Bovril
1 Doz Honey
6 Tins Malted Milk
6 Gals Maple Syrup
6 Case Orange Juice
§• Doz Ovaltine
1 ,f Corn Syrup
8 Case Tomato Juice
5 lbs Walnuts Shelled
3 Case Apricots 2§-s
3 " Peaches 2§-s
3 n Pears 2|s
3 ,f Plums Gals
3 " Grapefruit Juice
15 lbs I4ixed Peel
3 Bx Prunes 25s
3 n Seedless ^aisins 25s
Chief Steward
 Dried Stores S.S.Pr.Marguerite
1 Doz Asparagus Tips
1 Case Green Beans
1 ■ Corn
1 n String Beans
1 ,f Green Peas
50 lbs Dried Green Peas
100 « Split Peas
1 Doz Spinach
6 Case Tomatoes
2 Doz JLnchovies
1 M Bloater Paste
2 Case Crabmeat
1 tt Herrings
1 n Pilchards
2 M Salmon
1 ■ Sardines
1 !l Shrimps
6 lf Evp Milk
6 n Clams Sannich Tails(Whole/
1 !l Salmon Paste
1 M Anchovy Paste
Chief Steward
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Form (t) 247
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY.
Inter-Department File
Correspondence
LONDON, W.C2.
6th August 1949-
Captain O.J.Williams,
Manager,
British Columbia Coast Service,
VICTORIA, B.C.
Dear Sir,
\y
Further to mine of the 20th
June last appertaining to Accounts covering supplies
made to the S.S. "Princess Patricia" I am now
enclosing a few more copies of Invoices constituting
the items which were then outstanding.
It is trusted these will enable
those concerned to complete their records.
Yours trulyi^-^
jab! purchasing ageht.
   Telephones
9502 Central.
4 Lines.
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TERMS : CASH.—Remittances should be made payable to The British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., and addressed to the SECRETARY of the B.T.H. Co., Ltd., RUGBY.
Form 4070
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LAMPS
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Messrs The Canadian Paolflo Hallway Co.
159 St Vincent Stoats,
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6th
19*9.
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PURCHASE TAX
(strictly net)
The Discounts shown in this invoice are allowed upon the condition that these lamps are sold retail at Makers' List Prices only.
No cash or other discounts whatsoever are allowed on re-sale to Consumers.     Acceptance of the lamps will   constitute  an
acceptance of the above conditions, and becomes a binding agreement accordingly with the patentees and with the seller.
TERMS : CASH.—Remittances should be made payable to The British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., and addressed to the SECRETARY of the B.T.H. Co., Ltd., RUGBY.
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ORDER   NUMBER   AND DATE
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DEWRANCE
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Name              Canadian^ Pacf la .Bailway Go.,                                          GREAT DOVER STREET
Purchasing Department*
Trafalgar Square,                                                          iONDON, S.E.f
Address                 London,    W.C.2.
No. of Pages
Date Issued    XJ7
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Inscriptions
Page No.
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INVOICE
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GROSVENOR GARDENS HOUSE, LONDON, S.W.
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TELEPHONE:
BOOTLE  1821   (3 Lines)
TELEGRAMS:
"Britrope,   Lsverpool."
Date.
to   BRITISH    ROPES    LIMITED.
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this Invoice should be made by CHEQUE, and sent to our Accounts Department, CARR HILL, DONCASTER.
  t*e*v*"Princess Patricia"
Marine stores purchased
and consumed*  June 3rd*1949*
Purchased at Glasgow *
On hand June 3rd*
Consumed*
Saniflush.
12 tins*
nil*
12 tins*
Common Soda*
300 lbs*
100 lbs*
200 lbs*
Lye*
12 tins*
6 tins*
6 tins*
Wax Candlesa
6 lbs*
6 lbs*
nil*
Soap Solution©
100 lbs*
nil*
100 lbs*
D.D.T.
1 gala
i gal*
i ga|.<.
Paper Serviettesa
1 cnt*
nil*
1 ctn*
Liquid Veneer.
3 bots.
nil*
3 botsa
Quill Tooth Picks*
3 boxes*
nila
3 boxes*
Plate Powdera
24 tins*
12 tins*
12 tins*
Polivet Platesa
24 only*
12 only*
12 only*
Greaseproof Paper*
1 roll*
nil*
1 roll*
tomonia*
3 botsa
nil*
3 bots*
Bath Bricks*
3 only*
nil*
3 only*
Biaery Clths*
24 sheets*
nil*
24 sheets*
Porcelain Cleaner*
12 tins*
nil*
12 tins♦
Flit*
3 gals*
2 gals*
1 gals*
Brasso*
36 tinsa
30 tins*
6 tins*
Silver Polish*
3 tins*
nil*
3 tins*
Building paper*
5 rolls*
nil*
5 rolls*
Cabinet Paper a
1 ream*
1 ream*
nil*
Trussing Twine*
6 balls*
4 balls*
2 balls*
White Twine*
6 balls*
5 balls*
1 balls*
Yellow Soap*
56 lbs*
nil*
56 lbs*
Soft Soap*
Liquid soap*
200 lbs*
20 lbs*
180 lbs*
2 gals*
nil*
2 gals*
White Toilet Soap*
25 lbs•
5 lbs*
20 lbs*
Lifebuoy Soap*
40 lbs*
20 lbs*
20 lbs*
Sunlight Soap*
28 lbs*
nil*
28 lbs*
Luxflakes*
32 pkts*
nil*
32 pkts.
Spongeclothsa
12 doza
4 doz*
8 doz*
Cotton Waste*
28 lbsa
28 lbs*
nil*
Cleaning Rags*
25 lbs*
10 lbs.
15 lbs*
Toilet Paper*
1 gross*
nil*
1 gross.
Liquid Wax*
10 gals*
3 gals*
7 gals*
Germocene Fluid*
2 galsa
2 galls*
nil*
Purchased at Porto Rico*
Luxflakes*      49 pkts*
Purchased at Cristobel*
Sandpaper*       12 sheets*
Steel Wool*      2 rolls*
Paper Serviettes* 4 pkts*
White Shoe Polish* 1 bot*
Salt Tablets*    1 bot*
nil*
nil*
1 roll*
nil*
nil*
nil*
49 pkts*
12 sheets<
1 roll*
4 pkts.
1 bot.
1 bot.
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Dear Sir,
Before the s.s.  "Princess Patricia"  sailed
for your Port a request was received through the Ship1 s
Officers for copies of accountsrelative to the supplies to
their various departments,   a request which unfortunately,
I was unable to meet fully at that time.      I did,   however,
furnish copies of all the accounts received prior to the
vessel's sailing and I am now enclosing copies of accounts
received and dealt with since then*
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immediately these have been passed for payment copies will
be forwarded to you.
In the meantime   I hope that your requirements
in this connection will now be met.
Yours truly,
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cases GORDON'S ORANGE GIN.
cases GORDON'S LEMON GIN.
cases GORDON'S CHERRY BRANDY
cases GORDON'S SLOE GINr^ \
cases GORDON'S ORANGE BITTERS,
cases GORDON'S FINEST JAMAICA RUM.
cases GORDON'S VERY OLD SPECIAL SCOTCH WHISKY.
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cases FIFTY FIFTY (very
cases GIMLE1
cases BRONX.
cases PERFECT (medium flavour)
cases PICCADILLY (full flavour)
cases MARTINI.
cases DRY MARTINI.
cases MANHATTAN, (whisky cocktail).
cases (ASSORTED).
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Weights and Measurements
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Codes—A.B.C. (5th Edition) and W.U.T.
Stores Entrance:  61 Roberston Lane.
Cables and
Telegrams.
/" Polarity, Glasgow."
" Polaritora, London."
14 Tauril, Newcastle."
*' Tauril, Liverpool."
^« Tauril, Hull."
All communications to be addressed to the Company.
Telephone—Central 5542(2 lines) Glasgow.
Telephone—Royal 4161 (3 lines) London.
Telephone—Newcastle 22393.
Telephone—Central 9051. Liverpool
Telephone—Central 16997, Hull.
Messrs.
Agents for
Titan Oil Separators.
Victor Oily Bilge Separators.
Genuine GARLOCK Packing.
Beaver Boiler Circulators.
Releasall Rust Remover.
Tiros Valves.
Bishop's Adamant Gauge
Glasses.
New Empire Metallic Packing
Superit Drain Valves.
Carbo Valve Grinding
Powder.
Smooth on Cement.
Fibre Glass Insulation for
Marine Work
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Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Pu reh as ing DepartM at,
Trafalgar Square,
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FERGUSON & TIMPSON, Ltd.
ENGINEERS   8:   MERCHANTS
4th May, 1949.
Registered Office ;
74 YORK STREET
GLASGOW, C.2,
PORTSOKEN HOUSE,
155 MINORIES,
LONDON, E.C.3.
27   SANDHILL,
NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE.
48 STANLEY STREET,
LIVERPOOL, 1.
5 PRINCES DOCK SIDE,
HULL.
Specialities
TAURIL Jointing for High
Pressures and Superheated
Steam,Ammonia.Alkalies, etc.
F. &T. "THISTLE" Packing.
Specially suitable for Expansion Glands and Superheated Steam. (750Q Temp.)
Ohsolite " Packings for High
and Low Pressures.
Thistleby Pure Flake Graphite
and Graphite Specialities.
UNIPAK Packing, made in
Four Grades.
Boiler Tubes, Brass Tubes,
Pumps and Electric Motors.
Deck and Engine Room Stores.
Asbestos and Rubber Goods of
every description.
Gaskets for Motor Trade.
Order No. Dated
R/SE408       30/4/49.
Shipped via Invoice No.
2735/328.
JL2J B./.. Gauge Glasses 18" x 5/8" fi 24/-- doz.
PL2J
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REMITTANCES.
Remittances by post should be made by crossed cheque, money order or postal order.
If Banknotes are sent, the letter should be registered.
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Unless stated otherwise, all oils are invoiced per unit gallon of 9 lbs. f        *
I. TH3SJA  i r DELIVERY
Unless .arranged, otherwise, all prices include delivery in Great Britain and Northern Ireland to the railway station nearest to the destination or within ordinary cartage radius of that station or to private siding.
WHERE FREIGHT CHARGES OVER AND ABOVE THESE ARE INVOLVED, THEY MUST BE
PAID BY THE CUSTOMER DIRECT OR. PROVIDED FOR IN AN INCLUSIVE PRICE.
. LIABILITY  FOR  DELAYS,  DAMAGE,  ETC.
We do not hold ourselves responsible for losses or damage resulting from delay in filling orders caused
by storm, strikes, lire, differences with workmen, or any cause beyond our control.
In view of the stringent regulations enforced by the railway and carrying companies, it is necessary that
we be advised without delay if goods are not received within 21 days from the date of invoice, otherwise
claims  will not be considered by the carriers,
CLAIMS FOR SHORTAGE OR DAMAGE IN TRANSIT CANNOT BE ENTERTAINED AFTER
CLEAN  RECEIPT HAS  BEEN GIVEN TO CARRIERS.
If damage is apparent on delivery of goods, Customers should sign for them as damaged, and the local
agent of the carriers should be advised in writing WITHIN THREE DAYS  OF DELIVERY.
If, when delivery is made, damage is not apparent but suspected, Customers should sign for goods
11 Contents unexamined," and any damage or shortage discovered subsequently should be notified in writing to
the local agent of the carriers, BUT NOT LATER THAN THREE DAYS FROM DATE OF DELIVERY.
PACKAGES
Barrels, drums and other returnable packages are to be returned when empty to the Company, carriage
forward. Barrels must be bunged in conformity with carrier's regulations. A " package deposit charge "
is made on barrels and certain other packages at time of supply and is to be paid at time of payment for
goods,    Credit will be allowed for the " package deposit M when package is returned in good condition
In case of supplies to foreign-going vessels packages must be returned to a U.K. port.
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lbs. Yellow Soap
Cats. Soft soap       4 Sega
Dillons Litjuld ^©»P (Celtolens)
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3
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s/s BpRm aiciA"
Q.4128    FD.
For
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25
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12
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lbs* Lifebuoy Soap      160 Tabs.
lbs. Sunlight Soap 56 Tabs. »
lbs. Soap Flakes M      cketa        ea
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Only Ewbank Carpet Sweepers
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MURRAY, M?YiNNIE (1932) Limited,
Messrs. c&oadian Pacific Hailaa;
Company*
Purchasing Department,
Trafalgar Square*
LOIfi.ON h'.C.ft*
5-11 West Street,
Glasgow; c 5
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Tins amsao "A®
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Plumbers 2 IS.
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Doz. Hacksaw Blades 12"
Sheets Tinplate    22 gauge
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DATE ,§at ...Kay ,9 4.9...
Dept.
UfOIWS
For
s/s *i
Sale
Q.4127    FD,
RICL.'
3rd May
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6
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Coir Brooms
OaTv-d.  Buckets 12 x 60 lbs.
Seeing Pals
lbs.' 1/8*  Part Copper *Vire
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Sheet Brass Sire  Oause 6W  x 3*- 18 aq.ft.
Rolls Insulating Tape 3/4" 1/8
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GOMPAHY,
Purchasing Department,
159 St. Vincent Street,
GIASGOW,  C.2.
ELLIOT  STREET,  GLASGOW,  C.3-
Consigned to
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s.s.   "PRINCESS   PATRICIA"
c/o Fairfield Shipbuilding
& Engineering Co, Ltd.,
Govan,
Glasgow,
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REF. No.
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DATE OF DESPATCH.....?^....?^.y..A.?t949 pER MOTORe CARRIAGE PAID...
TELEPHONE:
CENTRAL   8123
TELEGRAMS:
SACARBOLAT,   PHONE,
GLASGOW.
CL A I M S
CLAIMS FOR NON- DELIVERY.
BREAKAGE, DAMAGE OR LOSS
CANNOT BE ENTERTAINED UNLESS
THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS ARE
COMPLIED WITH—
IF GOODS ARE NOT DELIVERED
WITHIN 21 DAYS. A WRITTEN ADVICE
MUST BE SENT US IMMEDIATELY.
IF GOODS ARE RECEIVED BROKEN.
DAMAGED OR SHORT. YOU MUST
NOTIFY BOTH THE CARRIERS AND
US, IN WRITING. WITHIN SIX DAYS
OF   RECEIPT.
2x1 gin.  tins
AGENT
WHITE SERMOCEHE DISINFECTANT FLUID
6/8 R.W. Co~effe © per gin,
tins  free •
4/9
6
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DELIVERY REQUIRED
ORDER NO.
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QBERT Young & Co. Ltd.,
Lll   Ml      cranstonhill chemical works
334*
ELLIOT STREET, GLASGOW, C.3.
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DATE OF DESPATCH PER-
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..CARRIAGE PAID.
CLAIMS FOR NON-DELIVERY.
BREAKAGE. DAMAGE OR LOSS
CANNOT BE ENTERTAINED UNLESS
THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS ARE
COMPLIED WITH—
IF GOODS ARE NOT DELIVERED
WITHIN 21 DAYS, A WRITTEN ADVICE
MUST BE SENT US IMMEDIATELY.
IF GOODS ARE RECEIVED BROKEN,
DAMAGED OR SHORT, YOU MUST
NOTIFY BOTH THE CARRIERS AND
US. IN WRITING. WITHIN SIX DAYS
OF   RECEIPT.
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AGENT
'..or*
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"ii> mv gin,
tins free.
4/9
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TO
:AQ|AN PACIFIC RMUftAY CO.,
purchasing ot*f»j
159 ^.vincfnt :Tnu t,
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B/A/36(s)
INVOICE
FROM
Scottish Oils and Shell-Nex Ltd.
(Sole  Agents   in   Scotland for Shell-Mex and  B.P.  Ltd.  and
National Benzole Co.  Ltd.)
53, BOTHWELL STREET,
GLASGOW. C.2.
Telephone : Central : 3821.
ALL    CHEQUES   TO   BE   MADE   PAYABLE   TO       SCOTTISH   OILS   AND
SHELL-MEX LTD."   AND  CROSSED.
NO   RECEIPT   IS  VALID  UNLESS   IT   IS   ISSUED   ON   THE   COMPANY'S
PRINTED   FORM   OR  ON   THE  BUYER'S  OWN CHEQUE.
DELIVERED
TO
S,   ."' .   PATH I CI
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mm
FOR UFIBOAT:
TICKET   NO.
AOfe1&69
GRADE
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RETURNABLE PACKAGES
DELIVERED
RETURNED
CAHS
2*5mU$
2
PRICE
PER GALLON
1/it
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TOTAL AMOUNT OF
INVOICE
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CONDITIONS :
PACKAGES. The deposits charged on Returnable
Packap^(which remain the property of the Company)
are due for payment with the account and will be
credited in full on their return in good condition.
Empties returned by rail should have the consignment
note endorsed " Agreed charge Scottish Oils and
Shell-Mex Ltd.—Debtor."
CONSIGNMENTS    MISSING,   SHORT   DELIVERIES
OR DAMAGED.
We cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage
unless the following conditions are complied with :
DAMAGE.
Railway or Carrier to be advised of receipt and also
this Office in writing within THREE DAYS.
NON-DELIVERY OR SHORT DELIVERY.
This  Office  to   be  advised   in  writing  as  follows :
Goods per Rail within 2!  days of date of despatch.
Goods per Carrier within 10 days of date of despatch.
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REF. No.
57765
Dr. to EVERSHED & VIGNOLES, Limited,
20m.   9/47.   W. & 8. Ltd.
ELECTRICAL & MECHANICAL ENGINEERS.
Forwarded to-
Your Order
No.
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TELEPHONE
WOKING. 2432
(6     LINES)
SPECIALISTS   IN THE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF
PACKINGS, JOINTINGS AND SYNTHETIC RUBBER SEALS
HEAD OFFICE: "LION" WORKS
WOKING
SURREY
ENGLAND
TELEGRAMS
"LIONCELLE"
WOKING
CUSTOMER
Canadian Pacific Railway Co*
Purchasing Department*
Glasgow* 	
I DELIVERY   TO
Chief Engineer
s. &,Princes^ Patricia"
Ilia Jasiea Walker & Co*
Glasgow*
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OUR REFERENCE
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INVOICE   DATE
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Telep'   »: HENRY HUGHES & SON LTD.
CITY n\\ associated as
MARINE INSTRUMENTS LTD.
91,  HOPE  STREET  - GLASGOW  -  C.2
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Purchasing Department*
Trafalgar square,
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MARINST. GLASGOW
INVOICE  No.
P/39S9*
3r<s i«y#        1949
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Price
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this account to New North Road,
Barkingside, Essex.
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KELVIN, BOTTOMLEY & BAIRD LTD.
HENRY HUGHES & SON LTD*
associated as
MARINE INSTRUMENTS LTD.
91, HOPE  STREET -  GLASGOW -  C.2
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HEAD OFFICE:   PORT   GLASGOW,   SCOTLAND.
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INVOICE  TO:
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C/O FAIRFIELD SHIPBUILDING &'
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OUR ORDER
DESPATCH   AS   ABOVE
No.
S
SR    36O
No.
£1/4/49
03346
Date
28/4/49
Per
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Date
119/4/49
PA ID
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DETAILS
QUANTITY
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Teleg-ams:  Osman,  Manchester
Registered Office :
ALBERT MILL, BOLTON
BOVQHT OF
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MANCHESTER 1
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ALL PAYMENTS TO BE MADE DIRECT TO MANCHESTER  g
SPINNERS  &  MANUFACTURERS
ORDER No..
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Wrappers and  Boxes not returned  within ONE   MONTH   will be charged
CARRIAGE CHARGED ON ORDERS UNDER £10 VALUE
Non-Delivery must be reported within 10 days
Goods   damaged,   or   pilfered   in   transit   advise carrier at once,  notify
us accordingly.
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PACKINGS & JOINTINGS
16, GRACECHURCH   STREET, LONDON, E.C.3
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MANSION HOUSE 4771 (4 lines) VEEPILOT, STOCK, LONDON
WORKS: BRENTFORD, MIDDLESEX
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INVOICE DATE	
(ALSO DATE OF DESPATCH)
Charged packages remain the Company's property
and the deposit charge to secure their return is due
for payment with the account for oil. These
packages are in very short supply and should, therefore, be returned carriage forward, immediately they
are empty. The deposit charge will be credited in
full on their receipt in good condition or upon
our receiving the Carrier's receipt.
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WITH A FEW EXCEPTIONS ALL OILS  ARE  CALCULATED ON A 9 LBS. GALLON BASIS
ir«SP©KTANT—NOTIFICATION OF LOSS OR DAMAGE SHOULD BE LODGED IN WRITING WITH CARRIERS WITHIN THREE DAYS OF RECEIPT OF
GOODS. IN THE EVENT OF NON-DELIVERY NOTIFICATION SHOULD BE MADE TO US WITHIN TWENTY-ONE DAYS OF DATE OF
INVOICE, OTHERWISE  CLAIMS WILL NOT BE  ENTERTAINED BY  CARRIERS.
NO RECEIPT RECOGNISED OTHER THAN ON  THE COMPANY'S OFFICIAL FORM
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Merrylee 2241 (17 lines)
G.  & J.  WEIR,   Ltd.,
GATHCART, GLASGOW,  S.4.
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All communtcations to be zdaressed to the Company
Codes—A.B.C. (5th Edition) and W.U.T.
Stores Entrance:  61 Roberston Lane.
Cables and
Telegrams
Messrs.
* Polarity, Glasgow."
* Pola:;tnra, London.'
4 Tauril, Newcastle."
' Tauril, Liverpool.'
* Tauril, Hull."
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Telephone—Central 5542(2 lines) Glasgow
Telephone—Royal 4161 (3 lines) London.
Telephone—Newcastle 22393.
Telephone—Central 9051, Liverpool
Telephone—Central 16997, Hull.
Agents for
Titan Oil Separators.
Victor Oily Bilge Separators.
Genuine GARLOCK Packing.
Beaver Boiler Circulators.
Releasall Rust Solvent.
Tiros Valves.
Bishop's Adamant Gauge
Glasses.
New Empire Metallic Packing
Superit Drain Valves.
Carbo Valve Grinding
Powder.
Fibre Glass Insulation for
Marine Work
Terms:—
NETT   MONTHLY   A/C
pousfrt of
FERGUSON & TIMPSON, Ltd.
ENGINEERS   &   MERCHANTS
Registered Office ;
74 YORK STREET
GLASGOW, C.2.
PORTSOKEN HOUSE,
155 MINORIES,
LONDON, E.C.3.
27   SANDHILL,
NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE.
48 STANLEY STREET,
LIVERPOOL, 1.
Order No.
Dated
5 PRINCES DOCK SIDE,
HULL.
Shipped via
Specialities
TAURIL Jointing for High
Pressures and Superheated
Steam,Ammonia,Alkalies, etc.
F. &T. "THISTLE" Packing
Specially suitable for Expansion Glands and Superheated Steam. (750° Temp.)
" Ohsolite " Packings for High
and Low Pressures.
Thistleby Pure Flake Graphite
and Graphite Specialities.
UNIPAK Packing, made in
Four Grades.
Deck and Engine Room Stores.
Asbestos and Rubber Goods of
every description.
Gaskets for Motor Trade .
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C NTRAL 0421 -2-3
STEAM GLASGOW
SMAIL
SONS   &
CO.
LTD.
(J. R. B. SMAIL.    D.J. SMAIL
C. K. H. SMAIL)
I
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ROBERTSON
STREET,
GLASGOW. C2.
YOUR ORDER NO.
DESPATCHED VIA
DATE OF D
DATE OF INVOICE
QUANTITY
DESCRIPTION
PRICE
GROSS
NETT
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 INVOICE
Dr. to
CARRON COMPANY
By Appointment
Ironfounders
to His Majesty
CARRON,  FALKIRK  gft>    ■ ,m .,  m
TELEPHONE :  FALKIRK 35. 36, 37 and 50
TELEGRAMS:  «CARRONADE,  FALKIRK'
Established in
the Reign of
George II
BRANCHES 'Grams Thones
GLASGOW  -     - 125 Buchanan Street. CI        "Carronade, Glasgow" Central 8226
LIVERPOOL       - 22-30 Redcross Street "Carronade, Liverpool"       Central 3261
LONDON     -     - 15 Upper Thames St., E.C.4 "Carronade. Cent.London" Cent. 7581
LONDON (Export) 14 Upper Thames St.. E.C.4 "Carronade. Cent, London" Central 3179
MANCHESTER - 14 Ridgefield. 2 "Carronade. Manchester"     Blackfriars 6506
DATE:
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REFERENCE
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CHEQUES  AND  POSTAL  ORDERS TO BE  MADE PAYABLE TO  CARRON COMPANY AND  CROSSED  & CO.
NONE BUT CARRON  COMPANY'S  OFFICIAL RECEIPTS WILL BE RECOGNISED BY THE COMPANY
SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS OF SALE AS STATED OVERLEAF
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CONDITIONS   OF   SALE
1. Apparent discrepancies in Invoices and Statements must be pointed out immediately on receipt
otherwise no deduction will be allowed at settlement.
2. Crates, Cases, Mats, etc., used for packing goods (except specially made Cases which are charged
for and not returnable) will be credited in full, if returned Carriage Paid and in good condition, to the address
from which they are sent. An advice note, giving number and description of returned Empties, date of despatch, route, etc., should be sent the same day.
3. In case of strikes, combinations of workmen, accidents, lock-outs, or any other unforeseen circumstances, deliveries may be suspended in whole or in part, but Carron Company will not be responsible for any
loss or damage incurred directly or indirectly through delay in delivery, from whatever cause arising. All
promises of delivery are given subject to this condition and without guarantee. These conditions apply
equally to Buyer and Seller.
4. When Carron Company contracts to deliver goods, they will replace breakages free, provided these
are advised by the Consignee immediately goods arrive. Damaged Goods should be returned by same Carriers,
marked "Damaged in transit"; otherwise outward and inward carriage will be charged. Fitted Goods
damaged in transit should be retained by Consignee until Carron Company have an opportunity of intimating
after receipt of advice note, whether the complete article or only the damaged part or parts should be returned.
No responsibility for breakages, damaged parts or shortages will be accepted after a clean receipt is given to
the Carriers.
5. Carron Company shall replace or, in their option, credit the net invoice price of any Goods proved
to be of defective manufacture, and shall pay the carriage for return of such Goods to them from the place of
original consignation of the Goods in Great Britain or Ireland and for delivery to the same place of new Goods
in replacement thereof, provided any claim under this provision arises, and is intimated to the Sellers within
a period or six months after the date of delivery. Subject as aforesaid, claims under any express or implied
condition, statement or warranty, statutory or otherwise, against the Sellers in consequence of Goods supplied
by them, being in breach of any such condition, statement or warranty, shall be and are hereby excluded.
6. Returns, All Goods despatched to the Company's Works or Warehouses should be clearly
labelled giving the customer's name and address,
7. Any other conditions for particular products as set out in the Company's various? catalogues or
q uotations
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COCKBURN & CO., LTP   «.«« m«m.
WHOLESALE  CHEMISTS
130-140 HOWARD STREET, GLASGOW, C.l
ESTABLISHED   1879
Despatched
Per
17RRORS must   be   intimated
*-•   within 7 days.
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Invoice Number.
No. of
Items
Quantity
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Your <Wer No.   R/gR/   218 WHOLESALE  CHEMISTS
13d-140 HOWARD STREET, GLASGOW, C.l
ESTABLISHED 1879
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The Canadian Paeifie Hallway Company,
Purchasing Department:
Trafalgar square,
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TERRORS must be iamnated
x~y   within 7 days,
TN all references to this, mention
*   lB^©i©g Number,
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No. of
Items
Quantity
1
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IICIA"
X
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NETE
Price
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Tele     one N°Ibrox 2364.
TELEG RAMS.
"Sailmaker, Glasgow!'
PLANTATION  SAIL WORKS,
EAGLESHAM  STREET
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SO yards
100 ywNts
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% Moll HP Hessian
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Telegrams     _,, F^
s Glasgow".   .   .
no. A17605
London   •   •       •   •
15 King  Street. EC.2.
Cardington Street, N.w.i.
St.Thomas Street,S.E.I.
M^Corquodale & Co. Ltd.
Printers & Lithographers
Caxton Works *&" GI a s 0 o w
Wolverton,-   .   .   .
Bucks   and   • ■•    •     •
Newton-Ie-Willows,
Lancashire  .    .    .    .
Bought by
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3
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Pureh**ing Dtpt,,
Trafc*i.*ar Bqiimrt,
2nu •  Hay*
49
2,
JIANNAN & BUCHANAN,
MAKER8 OF
INDICATORS « 3T£AM GAUGES,
75 ROBEKTSON STREET,
GLASGOW.
/SB 356.
708.
Six 12"  etched  stem therrnona.$ers   in brass  cases.
Two 16" " " ■ *       " "
Engine Dept..     "f>S   ■J::I=K;.''3 iUTRICIA" .
 esers.   C&&*d.Uta Pacific  dl®y*9   CoM
lOMDOH.   UJ .g.
2nd.  Lay,
49.
JiANNAN & BUCHANAN,
MAKERS OF
INDICATORS <* 3T£AM GAUGES,
75 ROBERTSON STREET,
GLASGOW.
i 375,
One 10«* copper caseu thermometer.
708,
eck .D.eut..
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c/o Fairfield $ A S Co.,
Govan,   Glasgow,
ttm
 STORES—Cement,   Lime,  &c.—107-109  Weir Street,  C.s) Telegraph;   "CURRIE," GLASGOW.
DEPOTS—Pavement, Fire-Clay Goods, Plaster, Slates, &c.\ GLASGOW. Telephone; GLASGOW, CENtral 56« (4 lines).
General Terminus, 308 Paisley Road.j ESTABLISHED 18T3. GREENOCK, 360.
Chapel Street Station and II Bogle Street  GREENOCK. Head OFFIC&_EAG.LB  BUILDINGS
Qowv&in Fiustiao ttaaiaap 0a. » *^ ~ t-> ^
V)% 8»»1Hi.nsi litem** QJk ^1T Bothwell Street
Glasgow c.s.
BOUGHT   OF 8ttd.lfcir,X%9.
CURRIE & CO; Ltd.
BUILDING-TRADE     MERCHANTS,
ASPHALTE WORK CONTRACTORS
Glasgow, Greenock.   Edinburgh,   Leith    Dundee,  Perth,
Kirkcaldy,    Dunfermline,    Stirling,   Alloa,  Ardrishaig.
Empties returned £o Stores, 107-109 Weir Street, Glasgow, C.5, within 3 months in Good Condition, Credited	
2ra&.~Owtma nxm&xt $/6a * 13 *»
***** i/6d -    3 ~
2 «ata« I^tl*®*! Ganntft la 2 inger fltn&a. 7/Stl -15 «*
On© c»fe. limia in one ba$. »   Lf ~
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4t2    5    -
V» *>**taaN» J>aferlola" Jtejrta 8, King ftm* T. ftp*, noma. fi/H. wi 543.
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STORES—Cement,   Lime,   &c—107-109  Weir Street, ' C.s) Telegraph;   " CURRIE," GLASGOW.
DEPOTS—Pavement, Fire-Clay Goods, Plaster, Slates, &c. \ GLASGOW. Telephone; GLASGOW, CENtral 5662 (4 lines).
General Terminus, 308 Paisley Road, J ESTABLISHED 18T3. GREENOCK, 360.
Chapel Street Station andMl Bogle Street, GREENOCK. Head OFFICE_EAGLE  BUILDINGS
0aa.Mij.4ai PaotflQ 3ln41»iV <*>•• _ . _, ___ _^
*39» m*mw*rtl B*mm%. ca. ^1T Bothwell street
Glasgow c.s.
bought of 2aa.lfer.WJ.
CURRIE & CO; Ltd.
NETT
BUILDING-TRADE     MERCHANTS,
ASPHALTE WORK CONTRACTORS
Glasgow, Greenock,   Edinburgh,   Leith    Dundee,  Perth.
Kirkcaldy,   Dunfermline,    Stirling,   Alloa,  Ardrishaig.
s returned to Stores, 107-109 Weir Street, Glasgow, C.5, within 3 months in Good Condition, Credited	
fSatafi, 11-
20 mm 1/64 110  -
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Oat* ca**.. fbrftft&ttd T*1mo In ,? ptspeJ? aacSM. X-J2L-S
£3   7  6i
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3/39 *» ll/s "Firttaewiw Fatsiolait. B®jr%!i 8. Kim 0«ecgi t fcHlfc &*raa. o/ir. SR 5?9/s»398.
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SALE «•   4272      K>.
Bo tight of
MURRAY, M9ViNNIE (i 932) Limited,
'o.,
Ilesara. Canadian Pacific Railway*
G,
Purchasing department,
Trafalgar Square^
LONDON.  W.0.2.
5-11 West Street,
GlASGO^c.5
Telegrams, m etallic Glasgow.
Telephones: SOUTH 1087 (4 Lines).
9th May
19
4d
!6th. May.
R/SR 390
FOR
S/S  "PRINCESS  PATRICIA"
tiiti^HU dept.
1
1
2
Only Carpet Sweeper
Only 250 Yard Roll Building Paper
Only Ewbank Sweepers
RECEIVE LIMES ENCLOSED.
CERTIFIED FOR FOREIGN GOING VESSEL.
1
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4
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15
17
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INVOICE
BY APPOINTMENT
VACUUM   OIL   COMPANY   LIMITED
03/20677 MARINE
Manufacturers and Marketers of High Grade Lubricating Oils and Greases
r CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY C0«"> jhJOIOV
L»lMlTEQg ' ,adl 9 to nolljsg tjs giro He ,9srwtaAlo bst&iz zz~
sold to 'RCHASING  DEPT. 11 albert em^iowit.
33 l/3 GW/76 ^J™1"^  STREET-    Sfi" LONDON, S.E., I ,9	
ii Y/k Yi/Si    m90 o OiASfiftW T, DAYS NFTT
OS   (%Jc&LztW4*/  /O -^^ Your Order No. I^£   UlA Warehouse Terms
49
Steel
Br Is
Wood
Brls.
10 Galls. 5 Galls
S L*S
CHIEF E
DESCRIPTION
nirili
GARGOYLE DTE MARINE OIL
HEAVY MEDIUM SPECIAL
JOH   81
)de 10
ITAJ
$LQ 30/
10 K33
BARR
TOK
MGINEfR T«S•"PRINCESS PATRICIA"  KING GEORGE
Net lbs.
V DOCK,
I ■>   ,
22:8.
EL DEPOSIT
;
1
78 4/2
47 13
6. §
SL
SHIELDHALL,fLASGO; . 5»5*49
Total
3 18   3
Forwarded per
Customers are respectfully referred te tfet
conditions of sale printed on the back hereof.
Form B2—56050
REMITTANCES.
Remittances by post should be made by crossed cheque, money order or postal order.
If Banknotes are sent, the letter should be registered.
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BASIS OF INVOICING  * I
tJnless stated otherwise, all oils are invoiced per unit gallon of 9 lbs. !
* " DELIVERY
Unless arranged, otherwise, all prices include delivery in Great Britain and Northern Ireland to the rail
•way• station nearest to the destination or within ordinary cartage radius of that station or to private siding.
WHERE FREIGHT CHARGES OVER AND ABOVE THESE ARE INVOLVED, THEY jftUST BE*
PAID BY THE CUSTOMER DIRECT OR PROVIDED FOR IN AN INCLUSIVE PRICE.
LIABILITY  FOR  DELAYS,  DAMAGE,  ETC.
We do not hold ourselves responsible for losses or damage resulting from delay in filling orders caused
by storm, strikes, fire, differences with workmen, or any cause beyond our control.
In view of the*-stringent regulations enforced by the railway and carrying companies, it is necessary that
we be advised without delay if goods are not received within 21 days from the date of invoice, otherwise
claims  will not be considered by the  carriers.
CLAIMS FOR SHORTAGE OR DAMAGE IN TRANSIT CANNOT BE ENTERTAINED AFTER
CLEAN  RECEIPT HAS  BEEN GIVEN TO CARRIERS.
If damage is apparent on delivery of goods? Customers should sign for them as damaged, and the local
agent of the carriers should be advised in writing WITHIN THREE DAYS  OF DELIVERY.
If, when delivery is made, damage is not apparent but suspected, Customers should sign for goods
" Contents unexamined," and any damage or shortage discovered subsequently should be notified in writing to
the jocal agent of the carriers, BUT NOT LATER THAN THREE DAYS FROM DATE OF DELIVERY.
PACKAGES
Barrels, drums and other returnable packages are to be returned when empty to the Company, carriage
forward. Barrels must be bunged in conformity with carrier's regulations. A " package deposit charge "
is made on barrels and certain other packages at time of supply and is to be paid at time of payment for
goods.    Credit will be allowed for the " package deposit" when package is returned in good condition.
In case of supplies to foreign-going vessels packages must be returned to a U.K. port.
til*^-,
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INVOICE
BY APPOINTMENT
VACUUM   OIL   COMPANY   LIMITED
Manufacturers and Marketers of High Grade Lubricating Oils and Greases
^       l/U'MZ-A/l/ll     Zi/~\     -5
m/m^kXmmm
1 1  albert embankment.
LONDON, S.E.I ....J^...*9&» 19 J*>
jplik Y°"'°ttoN°-^ Mil
Warehouse
Ala.,.
Terms
mmm mm
Steel
Brls
Wood
Brls.
I#*8i
10 Galls.
Cases
Sundries
DESCRIPTION
ag#j3fs «tartus» ail Amy .wit*
Net lbs.
aoltf-
tttnwl »:*?o«ii
Gallons
Price
vt
V5
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..... I 1?.... 1
mJL
m 9 9
Forwarded per
f h« m* fttilmtBP, y^yriao— *»*rlete% 8# Mm 3«wk> tf.
Customers are respectfully referred to the
conditions of sale printed on the back hereof.
REMITTANCES.
Remittances by post should be made by crossed cheque, money order or postal order.
If Banknotes are sent, the letter should be registered.
Form B2—56050
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?lO QUA eJiO  DI/UTAOmSUj HOARD  HOlH  'HO 8fl3T3>IHAM G-HA BHBflUTDA'TOIylAM
BASIS OF INVOICING
Unless stated otherwise, all oils are invoiced per unit gallon of 9 lbs.
th  :»,.=A  rr DELIVERY
Unless arranged otherwise, all prices include delivery in Great Britain and Northern Ireland to the railway station nearest to the destination or within ordinary cartage radius of that station or to private siding.
WHERE FREIGHT CHARGES OVER AND ABOVE THESE ARE INVOLVED, THEY MUST BE
PAID BY THE CUSTOMER DIRECT OR PROVIDED FOR IN AN INCLUSIVE PRICE.
LIABILITY  FOR DELAYS,  DAMAGE/ ETC.
We do not hold ourselves responsible for losses or damage resulting from delay in filling orders caused
by storm, strikes, fire, differences with workmen, or any cause beyond our control.
Jn view of the stringent regulations enforced by the railway and carrying companies, it is necessary that
we Be advised without delay if goods are not received within 21 days from the date of invoice, otherwise
claims will not be considered by the carriers.
CLAIMS FOR SHORTAGE OR DAMAGE IN TRANSIT CANNOT BE ENTERTAINED AFTER
CL^AN  RECEIPT HAS  BEEN GIVEN TO CARRIERS.
if damage is apparent on delivery of goods, Customers should sign for them as damaged, and the local
agerft of the carriers should be advised in writing WITHIN THREE DAYS OF DELIVERY.
af, when delivery is made, damage is not apparent but suspected, Customers should sign for goods
" Contents unexamined," and any damage or shortage discovered subsequently should be notified in writing to
the local agent of the carriers, BUT NOT LATER THAN THREE DAYS FROM DATE OF DELIVERY.
PACKAGES
Barrels, drums and other returnable packages are to be returned when empty to the Company, carriage
forward. Barrels must be bunged in conformity with carrier's regulations. A " package deposit charge "
is made on barrels and certain other packages at time of supply and is to be paid at time of payment for
goods.    Credit will be allowed for the " package deposit" when package is returned in good condition.
14 case of supplies to foreign-going vessels packages must be returned to a U.K. port.
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Telephone:   AVEnue   4321
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BUNKERS
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As-Agents-for the Petroleum Board
E. & O. E. *
LAMSOiv PAKAGON
INTERFOLD
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Adjustment of Charges to S. S. 2 of 19Z.9 for Fuel Oil
AS CHARGED
 Pr,„
Marguerite
Pr.
Patricia
X<W8R
Outfit
Voyage,
Outftf
Monthly Balance Sheet
Auurt
August 1949
|13423(Part
tL956l)
$13423
August 1949
#22344(Part
#27508) $22344
September 1949
#10656                    2571
$2257
4921
$ 907
October 1949
4627(Part
$6486)
fctf
124915
$2257
$22971
$ 907           i
AS CORRECTED PER DETAIL
Adjustment to be made to
23243
2049
22322
962
S.S. 2 of 1949   # 1672
(\ 208
I   649
$   55
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UNITED   STATES   OF   AMERICA
RAILROAD   RETIREMENT   BOARD
EXPLANATION OF EXCEPTIONS TO CERTIFICATION
FOR DAY OF  UNEMPLOYMENT
REG ISTRATkON  PERIOD BEG INNING
2. SOCIAL    SECURITY ACCOUNT   NO-
3-   NAME
G IVE BELOW A FULL EXP LA NAT ION OF THE REASON WHY ANY STATEMENT TO WHICH YOU HAVE CERT IF I ED ON THE REG ISTRATION AND CU IM
FORM (U.I.-31 IS NOT TRUE FOR THE DAY OPPOSITE WHICH AN "X" HAS BEEN PLACED IN COLUMN (5) UNDER "REGISTRATION" ON FORM
U.I.-3 AND ATTACH THIS FORM TO SUCH FORM U . I.-3 . GIVE BELOW A FULL EXPLANATION OF THE REASON FOR NOT WORKING IF OTHER
THAN "LAY-OFF", FOR AN EMPLOYER NAMED IN ITEM 5 OR FOR ANY ONF/ NAtfED IN ITEM 8 ON FORM U.I.-3 AND ATTACH THIS FORM TO
THE   FIRST   FORM   U. ! .-3   FILLED   OUT   FOLLOWING   THE   DAY   LAST   WORKED.
5-   UNEMPLOYMENT   CLAIMS   AGENT'S   STAMP
6.    SIGNATURE  OF   PERSON   MAKING   THIS   EXPLANATION
DATE:
 FUEL OIL REPORT - MAIDEN VOYAGE AND OUTFITTING - PR. MARGUERITE
Date           Place Bbls. Cost
On Acceptance    Glasgow      1328.58 (
( $12726.42
5 Mar 49          ■        2515.39 (
14 Mar 49 Las Palmas 1851.16    (
( 9618.12
22 Mar 49                   Trinidad               2441.01    (
26 Mar 49                  Cristobal            1323.15 2547.30
3Apr#>                    San Pedro            2548.4? 4573-tA
d^-^J'""f^M-^X4^Afr                      12007.78 $29463.25  Avge Price $2.4537
Balance on Hand end of. Voyage    353g. - 6220.13
Voyage Consumption            9472.78 $23243.12
Balance on Hand end of Voyage    2535.     $ 6220.13
Balance on Hand end of Outfit    1700. Z171.29
Outfit Consumption 835.     $ 2048.84
 FORM   NO.   U.I.
(2-1)
-3a
UNITED   STATES   OF   AMERICA
RAILROAD   RETIREMENT   BOARD
EXPLANATION OF EXCEPTIONS TO CERTIFICATION
FOR DAY OF  UNEMPLOYMENT
REGISTRATION  PERIOD BEGINNING
2. SOCIAL    SECUR ITY ACCOUNT   NO.
3-   NAME
G IVE BELOW A FULL EXPLANATION OF THE REASON WHY ANY STATEMENT TO WHICH YOU HAVE CERTIFIED ON THE REG ISTRATION AND CU IM
FORM (U.I.-3) IS NOT TRUE F OIR THE DAY OPPOSITE WHICH AN "X" HAS BEEN PUCED IN COLUMN (5) UNDER "REGISTRATION" ON FORM
U.I.-3 AND ATTACH THIS FORM TO SUCH FORM U. I.-3 . GIVE BELOW A FULL EXPLANATION OF THE REASON FOR NOT WORKING IF OTHER
THAN "LAY-OFF", FOR AN EMPLOYER NAMED IN ITEM 5 OR FOR ANY ONE NAMED IN ITEM 8 ON FORM U. I.-3 AND ATTACH THIS FORM TO
THE   FIRST   FORM   U. ! .-3   FILLED   OUT   FOLLOWING   THE   DAY   LAST   WORKED.
$.   UNEMPLOYMENT   CLAIMS   AGENT'S   STAMP
6.   SIGNATURE   OF   PERSON   MAKING   THIS   EXPLANATION
DATE:
 FUEL OIL REPORT - M&IDEN ViDYAGE AND OUTFITTING - PR. PATRICIA
Date
Pjfoce
On Acceptance  Glasgow
14 May 49      Las Palmas
22 May 49     San Juan
24 May 49     Cristobal
31 May 49     San Pedro
Total Receipts
Balance on Hand end of Voyage
Voyage Consumption
Balance on Hand end of Voyage
Balance on Hand end of Outfit
Outfit Consumption
Bbls,
3739.
1786.50
1352.
2386.30
*94Q t
11203.80
ism
9701.80
1502.
Cost
$2302.80
9140.23
4283.38
2324.40
4104.44
?623t41
$25777.66   Avg Pr. $2.3008
?455«80
$22321.86
$ 3455.80
2494t07
I   9AU7?
 FORM   NO.   U.I.
(2-1)
-3a
UNITED   STATES   OF   AMERICA
RAILROAD   RETIREMENT   BOARD
EXPLANATION OF EXCEPTIONS TO CERTIFICATION
FOR DAY OF  UNEMPLOYMENT
REGISTRATION  PER I OD BEG I NN I NG
2. SOCIAL    SECUR ITY ACCOUNT   NO.
3-   NAME
GIVE BELOW A FULL EXPLANATION OF THE REASON WHY ANY STATEMENT TO WHICH YOU HAVE CERTIFIED ON THE REGISTRATION AND CUIM
FORM (U.I.-3) IS NOT TRUEFOR THE DAY OPPOSITE WHICH AN "X" HAS BEEN PLACED IN COLUMN (5-J UNDER "REGISTRATION" ON FORM
U.I.-3 AND ATTACH THIS FORM TO SUCH FORM U.I.-3. GIVE BELOW A FULL EXPLANATION OF THE REASON FOR NOT WORKING IF OTHER
THAN "LAY-OFF", FOR AN EMPLOYER NAMED IN ITEM 5 OR FOR ANY ONE NAMED IN ITEM 8 ON FORM U. I .-3 AND ATTACH THIS FORM TO
THE   FIRST   FORM   U.I. -3   FILLED   OUT   FOLLOWING   THE   DAY   LAST   WORKED.
5-   UNEMPLOYMENT   CLAIMS   AGENT'S   STAMP
6.   SIGNATURE  OF   PERSON   MAKING  THIS   EXPLANATION
DATE:
 FUEL OIL - "Pr. Marguerite & Patricia"
IY OF ADJUSTMENT MADE ON SEPTEMBER 194.9 B.S.
"Pr
. Marguerite"
"P.r
t Patricia"
Charged to Stock - June
July
$7119
$7726
Balance at time of Entry per detail
mi
1898
Chargeable to S.S. 2 of 1949
Credit Operating per detail
Credit Fuel Stock
$4828
#3232
1596
$5828
$1482
4346
Memo
Consumption of Oil during Outfitting was revised in the case of
both vessels. See further detail*
 FORM   NO.   U.I,
(2-1)
-3a
UNITED   STATES   OF   AMERICA
RAILROAD   RETIREMENT   BOARD
EXPLANATION OF EXCEPTIONS TO CERTIFICATION
FOR DAY OF  UNEMPLOYMENT
1.   REGISTRATION  PERIOD BEGINNING
2. SOCIAL    SECUR ITY ACCOUNT   NO-
3-   NAME
G IVE BELOW A FULL EXPLANATION OF THE REASON WHY ANY STATEMENT TO WHICH YOU HAVE CERTIFIED ON THE REGISTRATION AND CUIM
FORM (U.I.-3) IS NOT TRUE FOR THE DAY OPPOSITE WHICH AN "X" HAS BEEN PUCED IN COLUMN (5) UNDER "REGISTRATION" ON FORM
U.I.-3 AND ATTACH THIS FORM TO SUCH FORM U. I .-3 . GIVE BELOW A FULL EXPLANATION OF THE REASON FOR NOT WORKING IF OTHER
THAN "LAY-OFF", FOR AN EMPLOYER NAMED IN ITEM 5 OR FOR ANY ONE NAMED IN ITEM 8 ON FORM U. I .-3 AND ATTACH THIS FORM TO
THE   FIRST   FORM   U. ! . -3"" F I L LED   OUT   FOLLOWING   THE   DAY   LAST   WORKED.
5-   UNEMPLOYMENT   CLAIMS   AGENT'S   STAMP
6.    SIGNATURE   OF   PERSON   MAKING   THIS   EXPLANATION
DATE:
 Prf Marguerite Fi^ O3.I - Apr 1%?
Jbi&
2535.
1277o
2132o33
501*33
Balance at end of voyage
Used in outfitting to 27th Apr
Balance at time of entry
Receipts - Vancouver
Balance end of April
Consumption after entry- April
Consumption Charged April B*So
Estimated voyage consumption cost
reversed May B*S#
Estimated consumption cost after
entry - April
Should be - from above
Credit due Operating cost*
Balance end of April shown      1631o
As charged April 1631 •
Credit due Operating cost
Total Credit due Operating Cost
.Qqqfc
M9.1
$4547.28
23$6t$0
#1.7938 (San
Pedro)
2290.68
1967,
2.30  (Vane)
4257.68
1.9969 (Avge)
?257t
1000.68
$25310.
ZWAt	
$ 3816.
IQOAt	
$ 2815.
$ 3257.
?675»
$ 417. (difference $1 due CE)
$ 2815.
 m.
$ 3232.
 FORM   NO.   U.
(2-1)
I.-3a
UNITED   STATES   OF   AMERICA
RAILROAD   RETIREMENT   BOARD
EXPLANATION OF EXCEPTIONS TO CERTIFICATION
FOR DAY OF  UNEMPLOYMENT
1.   REGISTRATION  PERIOO BEGINNING
2. SOCIAL    SECUR ITY ACCOUNT   NO.
3-   NAME
GIVE BELOW A FULL EXPLANATION OF THE REASON WHY ANY STATEMENT TO WHICH YOU HAVE CERTIFIED ON THE REGISTRATION AND CUIM
FORM (U.I.-3) IS NOT TRUE FOR THE DAY OPPOSITE WHICH AN "X" HAS BEEN PUCED IN COLUMN (5) UNDER "REGISTRATION" ON FORM
U.I.-3 AND ATTACH THIS FORM TO SUCH FORM U.I.-3. GIVE BELOW A FULL EXPLANATION OF THE REASON FOR NOT WORKING IF OTHER
THAN "LAY-OFF", FOR AN EMPLOYER NAMED IN ITEM 5 't)R - FOR ANY ONE NAMED IN ITEM 8 ON FORM U. I .-3 AND ATTACH THIS FORM TO
THE   FIRST   FORM   U.I. -3   FILLED   OUT   FOLLOWING   THE   DAY   LAST   WORKED.
5-   UNEMPLOYMENT   CLAIMS   AGENT'S   STAMP
6.   SIGNATURE   OF   PERSON   MAKING  THIS   EXPLANATION
DATE:
 Pr, Patrj-c^a Fuel QU - June 1949
Bbls.
Balance at end of voyage
Used in Outfitting
Balance at time of Entry
Receipts - Vancouver
1502.
Ro9%
Consumption Charged June B.S.
Should be-from above
Credit due Operating Cost
Balance end of June shown
As charged June B.S.
Credit due Operating Cost
Total Credit due Operating Cost
J&s
1016.
4685.15
5701.15
Balance end of June 23,60.
Consumption after entry - June   3541.15
2160.
2160.
#2804.53
907t#
$1897.07
10020.
Price
$11917.
4515t
&&&&.
$1.8672 (San Pedro]
2.1387 (Vancr)
2.0903 (Avge)
# 8722.
74P3t	
$ 1320.
$ 4515.
A678.
$   162.      (Difference ($1 due CE)
$ 1320.
162.
$ 1482.
 FORM   NO.   U.I.-
(2-1)
3a
UNITED   STATES   OF   AMERICA
RAILROAD   RETIREMENT   BOARD
EXPLANATION OF EXCEPTIONS TO CERTIFICATION
FOR DAY OF  UNEMPLOYMENT
REGISTRAT kON PER IOD BEG INN I NG
2. SOCIAL    SECUR ITY ACCOUNT   NO.
NAME
G IVE BELOW A FULL EXP LA NAT ION OF THE REASON WHY ANY STATEMENT TO WHICH YOU HAVE CERTIFIED ON THE REG ISTRAT I ON AND CU IM
FORM (U.I.-3) IS NOT TRUE FOR THE DAY OPPOSITE WHICH AN "X" HAS BEEN PUCED IN COLUMN (5 J UNDER "REGISTRATION" ON FORM
U.I.-3 AND ATTACH THIS FORM TO SUCH FORM U. I . ^3 • GIVE BELOW A FULL EXPLANATION OF THE REASON FOR NOT WORKING IF OTHER
THAN "LAY-OFF", FOR AN EMPLOYER NAMED IN ITEM 5 OR FOR ANY ONE NAMED IN ITEM 8 ON FORM U. I .-3 AND ATTACH THIS FORM TO
THE   FIRST   FORM   U.I. -3   FILLED   OUT   FOLLOWING   THE   DAY   LAST   WORKED.
5-   UNEMPLOYMENT   CLAIMS   AGENT'S   STAMP
6.    SIGNATURE  OF   PERSON   MAKING  THIS   EXPLANATION
DATE:
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B. C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
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 QUADRUPLICATE.
sociedad petrolifera espanola
M 002149
RECEIPT FOR BUNKERS
No	
Date.
Las Palmas.
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Installation
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on board the
the quantity of    Long Tons ,.     : - *
Grade of oil 3^^^, Temperature of oil M..J...1W.. .^f^X     °G)
Specific Gravity     ' *?M* **f (   J*tf\  Specific Gravity at Qfrf^'ftPQ^Tti	
Flashpoint 4M °F   (     °C)    Water .1 \%
Aproximate viscosity    (Redwood No. 1  at 100■ *F)..
•
NOTE: Specific Gravity is given solely for the purpose of converting volume
—:  measurements to weight measurements or vice versa- It is not necessarily any
indication of quality or of suitability for any particular machinery.
Captain	
Chief Engineer .....
Shell Co.. Representative
USE    SHELL    MARINE    LUBRICANTS
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SMELL -LJTU.:o I ^    MX
—  SL CO    ^ * *- *»T#^ •
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S/S      K  PRiNCeSl     fPilMCx<\ "     Berth-N.* ^
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Closing Gauge : *    "'t^ " = fJv/ ! «l f    fiallnns
<&U.'£rf-
Commenced oiling	
F
	
Finished
Total tons supplied ^^SlJiS^S^.
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W, ANDREWS & CO., AGENTS
,
PANAMA CANAL
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Flashpoint P.M.C.C.......
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Total Nett Bblt. delivered.
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SHELL OIL COMPANY
INCORPORATED
REPORT OF BARGE LOADING OR DISCHARGING
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1                                     Ar-rcr, /LOADING
Ar I fc-H \ DISCHARGING
FT.
IN.
WATER
IN.
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TOTAL AMOUNT LOADED - DISCHARGED
TAB CODE
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GRAV. A.P.I.
GROSS BARRELS
GROSS GALLONS
NETBBLS. @ 60°F.
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.
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QUANTITIES WERE MEASURED JOINTLY AND ARE CORRECT.
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1
All Communications to b© Addressed to the Company
THE SHELL CO. (PORTO RICO) LIMITED
Cable:
SHELL - SAN JUAN
PLEASE REFER TO THIS NUMBER
WHEN WRITING OR PAYING.
P. O. BOX 2032
SAN JUAN 9, PUERTO RICO
THE SHELL COMPANY (PORTO RICO) LIMITED
SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO
SOLD TO
wmmaawm
Invoice No,
Contract
Department No,
Vehicle
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I certify that the above till is correct and just, that payment
therefor has not "been received.
THE SHELL CO. (PORTO RICO) LIMITED
Accountant
iXMrMtMi
 Form No. 147 A
All Communications ro be Addressed fo the Company
THE SHELL CO. (PORTO RICO) LIMITED
Cable:
SHELL - SAN JUAN
PLEASE REFER TO THIS NUMBER
WHEN WRITING OR PAYING.
* im
THE SHELL COMPANY (PORTO RICO) LIMITED
SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO
SOLD TO
P. O. BOX 2032
SAN JUAN 9, PUERTO RICO
mm wm Mm
Invoice No,
Contract
Department No.
Vehicle
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mm$m *.§♦ f»A mi *t m*w - h*** a*§* m
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»«**«
I certify that the above bill is correct and just, that payment
therefor has not been received.
THE SHELL CO. (PORTO RICO) LIMITED
1^_JL Hot^feiasfiji
Accountant
*i Jcd iwiw^Bn i f
Mmf%*
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
ica.m      C   300-1-SS-3B
FORM 102 Qin
Montreal, September 5. 1950.
rrr
•;
Service
Captain 0* J. Williams,
Manager,
B»C*   Coast   8#S:«   Service,
VICTORIA,   B.   C*
Referring to your letter of July 5, file
13926A and particularly to adjustment of fuel oil
charges in connection with the wPr. Marguerite"
and ftPr* Patricia*1*
The revised charges for the flPr* Marguerite1
were incorporated into the figures constituting the
final claim which was forwarded to London August 31*
Adjustments relating to both vessels
should be made to S*o*B*»1949 on your August Balance
Sheet*
4ft^UjJ^
General  Auditor*
 Immrad Auditor,
Vic
*50
Baar   -ir's-
relativ*
Ii e* v«
"tteferri-n ; t<
I  l-moa^e M|
•l-SS-3b-of tha 3rd instant
oelag ma::eon the British
traction end delivery of the
Patricia^1*
accompanied your lett'.
yew. hw&ftith the clai
aw attached to tha f
- ^ .-rr     frhict    ..
f each group Oi
w m m m w
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mx how
• It will be
. bad aaparataly
PS30.25- haa bcea
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INSTRUCTIONS:     1-32
1-33
1-34
1-32.    REFERENCES NOT TO BB GIVEN
It  is entirely contrary to the company*s regulations for
any supervising officer to give a reference of any sort to an officer or
employee.    The only reference furnished by the company is the  Certificate
of Service  issued to anyone vftio has left the service.    This certificate
is issued in Winnipeg, and is supplied upon application from the
Managerfs office.
1-33.    PARKING OF AUTOMOBILES ON COMPANY'S WHARVES
No  ship's officer or employee is to   park their automobile
on any of the company's wharves at Victoria, Vancouver, or Nanaimo.
1-34.    EMPLOYBES1 SUGGESTION BUREAU
Any employee who has an  idea he thinks practical and valuable
should put it in writing, explaining  carefully and clearly how it will
work and what he believes it may accomplish.    It must be accompanied by
his full nane,  occupation,  location and residence address, and be forwarded
by O.C.S.   or post office mail to  the Vice-President Personnel  (Employees'
Suggestion Bureau),  Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal.
Employees are assured that  their ideas will be fully investigated without
disclosure of their identity, thereby ensuring completely unprejudiced
consideration.
Every  suggestion will be acknowledged promptly and when it
has been given due consideration by those competent to pass upon it, the
result will be made known to the employee  concerned with the reasons.
Employees who have their  suggestion adopted may,  if they wish, have this
fact recorded on their staff card,  and are to accordingly advise the
Suggestion Bureau after having  been told of the acceptance.
Three prizes for the best suggestions submitted each month
will  be distributed at the earliest possible moment after the end of the
month in the amounts of $25.00,  $15.00,  and §10.00 for the ideas
considered most valuable.
Advantages accrue  to  both  the company and employee as a
consequence  of the practical application of  sound   ideas looking to improved
working conditions and  practices.
 f»* firttfftt*
mm.
w wi, tm
immtM,
rnmm    < ~~m
S Ifej 0.      Will* Fah*r & Punas Ltd*. Deposit
s Liability
$50*0-0 #202.00
C*rfcifi«i Correct
Manage r*» 3QSSS
 •Pr. ttarguailte*- and Fr« ftatrtota*
MSL
J^L        .UH.
nmwMg
■«»      i9«m
3 Feb. 49*     Canadian Pacific BaHnay
it*
to Unltad Kjtag&kn to
daii^ery of *?r. Margaarita8
i*65
0erUftaA Corr*et
M a b a g *r*. accss
 »I»r. Hirgji»rii©» and «Pr* atrial**
mm % mm .rasp pahbwwb,    ■   , 'M      mam
17 Jan* ®    Canadian Faalfio %s$mm   Ctmtaaa Knctagr
Cay. on «Pr. *H^iarit# «MM #2.S>2
i a s t g • r*f
 •I** lafgaarlt** and «fr. ltotridtf1
filEL
■3ft ^ .pfe.,
■ IJMMWWI,,
49*      ftaaaaa. Ilti^y & Coy*
Lo* Aagelea, Cal.
of ®Pr* lftu?iaia«it6* at L©»
Angeles % Apr* 49*
-91*12
Cart&fiaa Con act
1 a. a a § a %
 *Vrm Hargoarit©" and "Pr. Batrlala*
mm,
mrm„
IMMMMm
..ab. 4f     British Crew
for
h fob* 4f.
CI?****
$■69.62
25 yab. 49    Britiab Officer*
lapse £®*
25 Fab. 49.
.^g-feiff
JgiaM-.
«42»12*l        |1?1.96
Itaagir,, BCC- ■
 •Pr, Marguerite* and "Pr. Patricia*
ifrflft MM
8I1II .11 mi 1 .i 11 .TP • -'-',■ JMfi 1 mm .,. ,,..■„„,.,,.^,r.        tAS ■ n. . 1    M vTfffWiMii
30 Apr. 49. Canadian Marconi Cay. Rental of Hareoai Apparatus
to 25 Apr. 49. 1284.00
Certified Correct,
Manager., BCCSS
 •Pr. iiargtierit©9 and "Pr. Patricia9
25 l£ay 49.  Archer Coal iiepot Coy,, Expenses incurred on behalf
frinidad, B.s.I.      of "Princess iargnerit *
at frinidad. *A?0-2-3  #1899.25
Certified Correct
Manager., BCCSS
 •Pr. Marguerite8 and "Pr. Patricia"
filB.
m mm tm
mtt<mm
3     mm
19 toy 49.
1. Andrews and Coy,
Cristobal, CE.
Expenses incurred on behalf
of MPr. Marguerite" at
Canal Zone*
12722.44
Certified Correct,
Manage r» BCCSS
 vm
21
21
49
Mar 49
21 Mar 49
21
21
22
22
23
29
3i
31
21
21
21
19
49
ar 49
Star 49
<ter m
ar 49
tor 49
Mar 49
31 Mar 49
I Apr. 49
31 «ar 49
•v-ar 49
tor .49
tor 49
tor 49
or 49
21 Mar 49
21 kar 49
17 mr 49
21 Mar 49
19 Mar 49
21 Mar 49
21 bar 49
21 kar 49
21 Mar 49
21 aar 49
21 Mar 49
tor 49
■ ar 49
*r 49
tor 49
%r 49
Mar 49
21 tor 49
16 tor 49
•1 tor 49
31 tor 49
31 tor 49
22 Apr 49
II Mar 49
22 Mar 49
22
23
22
23
29
31
•Pr. tor*uerit-i* and *Pr* Patricia"
It&s Kq. U
TO i&OH PAID
PABTICBLAIL3
3^4380   '   LULLAES
Scottish Oils & Shell Hex Ltd
E. togine Dept Supplies
£0-11-4
Vacuus Oil Gey Ltd.
do
0- 7-6
K** & Mieanite Supplies Ltd.
,          do
14-10-0
Ferguson & Tisspson, Ltd.
do
2-14-0
British Oil & Cake Hills Ltd.
*          do
n- 6-7
International Paints Ltd.,
do
323- 3-7
British Oil & Cake Mills Ltd,
,          do
15- 1-9
Gourock Ropesrork Coy Ltd.,
do
0- 7-11
Beldam Packing & Rubber Coy.
Cockburn and Coy Ltd.,
do
8- 1-0
do
6- 1-10
Carrie and Coy Ltd.,
do
4-U-6
Ferguson & Timpson Ltd.
do
2-14-6
Tuck & Coy Ltd.,
do
2- 9-6
toail Sons 4 Coy Ltd.,
do
13- 2-0
Ritchie and Osborne L.d.,
Steward Dept. Supplies
U- 2-2
Witt Hors* Distillers Ltd.
do
5-17-0
to Teacher & Sons Ltd.
do
5-12-1
Smethurats Grimsby Ltd.
do
42- 6-2
Percy Christian and Coy Ltd.
do
7-6-6
Oakley and catling
do
49-14-10
MeEsian-Iouager Ltd.
do
1-18-0
A. M. Macdougall and Son Ltd.
i          do
6- 0-0
Alexander Clark & Son Ltd.
do
20-4 -2
Bryant & toy Ltd.
do
0-18-0
British American Tobaceo Coy
do
55- 7-3
Rl Seattle Ltd
do
5-4-6
Cadbury Broas.Ltd.
do
5-16-8
fiehaeppes Ltd.,
do
5- 5-0
Bowatree & Coy Ltd.
do
4- 7-11
Brechin Bro*. Lt .
do
63-19-1
.urray   feVinnie Ltd.
do
19-14-2
Standard Toast Coy
d*
0-18-8
C.R. Harper and Coy Ltd.,
do
36- 3-4
fltoss*ll and Coy Ltd
to
203- 9-10
surray i«c¥ionie Ltd,
do
3- 8-3
l-trid Fleming Ltd
Parser's Dept. Supplies
3-14-10
Canadian Pacific ,,-teaiships Ltd         do
13-16-1
Stephen, m Br>;jwa & Coy
Deck Bept. Supplies
1- 0-0
John 9. Craig & Coy Ltd
do
2-10-0
Bobinson, Bum & Coy Ltd
do
8*14-1©
John 3. Craig and Coy Ltd.
SogineuBept. Supplies
17- 6-2
Canadian Pacific steamships
Bulk Travel tfoueer
issued in favour of
W. I). Cruicksbank
2- 2-n
Ltd* fa*sw&i.0k 0*1 newt*
4-Hrg
glOOA- 7-2       ^|4057|.60
Certified Correct
'a n a g e r., BCCSS
 urn.
2 tor 49
2 Mar 49
27 Feb. 49
2 iter 49
tor 49
Mar 49
tor 49
tor 49
tor 49
tor 49
2
2
2
2
4
4
12 iar 49
16 Mar 49
24 tor 49
24 tor 49
24 tor 49
29 tor 49
24
24
24
49
49
49
25 tor 49
29
49
17 tor 49
16 iar 49
12 tor 49
19 tor 49
"Pr. Marguerite" and "Pr. Patricia*
M.
IMk.
fmmwm
^t-m m*m
American Goastiti
Alex B. Salt).
Steward*s Grew(British)
Steaards Crew (British)
Beck Crea (British)
i«f;iue Crew (British)
do      do
I. Sal son (British)
Portugese Consul
Spanish Consul
Corporation of Glasgow
Canadian Pacific topreae
Greenock Barbour Trust
A Hitchie Ltd
Glasgow Sailors Hoe*
Clyde Soyaaeal toetory
Corporation of Greenock
Ministry of Transport
Clyde Pilotage Authority
torine ins .rwaonts Ltd
. tolston Ltd.
A. torvaa & C, Kirkwood
Air Line Passenger
Transport Contractors
John Peterson Ltd
i-ylie It Locbboad Ltd
Visa of Alien Crew List
os to 2nd itereh 1949
Overtime for 26-27 Feb 49.
Barbour Mages,P/'e 2 *ter 49
do
do
do
do
Visa on Bill of Health
do
Deratlsation Ixesaptiou Cert.
Customs Bond on Sextant
Harbour Dues
Hire of Truck
Board and Lodgings for Ratings
als supplie-J to crew
Fresh toter
Shipping Peas
Pilotage to t-usbree i-.ads
Adjr passes
katafrapaie -rints
late «ork Kxpenses
Hire of Cars
Fire of Car
Hire of Car
£ 0-10- 0
8-13- 4
3-1-6
26-15- 8
5-16-
12- 8-
25- 6-
1- 3-
2- 5-
3- 3-
2-2-
0-10-
66- 9-
1- 1-
25- 2-
2- 9-
9-n-
4-7-
37- 0-
11-13-
1-10-
1-13-
2-0-6
1-2-6
£256-13- 1
11036.86
 i.ji
C#rtifl^i Correct
lllfifl BCCSS
 WL
Jml^^JLWL
"Pr. Marguerite* and "Pr, Patricia"
,g«4ia,
6-18 Apr. 49
Canadian Pacific Hallway   Transportation anu   cala i'or
crew Sea bars en route to
.nltad itngdoB to Join
•Pr, torsuerlte* for outward
voyage.
§213.05
Certified Correct
Iill{ #rf
 •Pr, Marguerite" and "Pr. Patricia"
nm.
?o mm mp
8 Apr 49
8 Apr 49
12 Apr 49
13 Apr 49
20 Apr 49
20 Apr 49
22 Apr 49
27 Apr 49
26 Apr 49
Edison Sam* Electric Coy
Russell & Coy Ltd
R. Douglas & Brlttain
torrsy, toVinale Ltd
McCorquodale & Coy
Price*3 Lubricants
Canadian Pacific
wteaaships Ltd
Ltd
PairflellShipbulld;
Engineering Coy Ltd
22. Bolan
JtoJl
imM
.£•■":".
to2Lne Dept, togplies
Catering Dept. toppli m
Beck Dept Supplies
togine Dept. Supplies
Purser Dept. Supplies
toglne Dept, Supplies
Carriage on Stationery
Lubricating Oil
Meala'Supplied
-FF^m    m«
2-14-10
10- 7-10
32-17- 9
188-13- 9
1- 1- 3
1-17- 6
1-0-3
236- 3- 8
1-O0
£475-16-10
H922.A©
Certified Correct
Manager., BCCSS
 "Pr, torguerlt." and "Pr, Patricia*
£421 TQ Wf-.m paid   - mmu^M , GTgRtfMG ,   DOLLARS
14 Apr 49  Marconi International Marine
Coaaunication Coy Ltd  Rental Special Badio Receiver*? 6-10- 8
22 Apr 49  «ylie a Lochhead Ltd      Gar Mrs to Spanish
Consulate 0-11- 8
22 Apr 49  Clyde torine Motoring Coy  Docking and Ondoekiisg      10-10- 0
21 Apr 49  H. Love & P. %me       toges for week closing
22 Apr. 49 22-16- 8
30 Apr 49  ■• McLardy and F.J. Solan     as for aeek closing Apr 29.25-15- 0
23 Feb 49  Booking Clerk, Liverpool   toil farea and sleepers for
personnel joining "Princess
L-ar.Taarite" 28-7 - 5
26 Apr 49  Merchants tovy Officer's
Pension Fund toployer*? Portion of Pension
contribution - B, Sweet for
months of February and March
1949. 0-13- 9
£95- 5- 2  $384.82
mu ii <„,„„—,„,.
Certified Correct
a n a g a r, BCCSS
 Canadian Pacific Railway Company
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
.idea Voyage
S.S..w£riiiaasB....iarpi0rite.IB. Period Ending 5..Jf^                           	
B.C.C.S. 64
l*M Iff, Si
 194	
CREDITS
Date
Trip No.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT
Amount
^T*f*
•
BtIti&h Cr&W
Yoy&fTO V«apag
2.
J3
.'   i**
11
af*£.jBpf*flj|   ..as'Lsr, Victrxria   .
British national Insurance
|    ..
12-
g
SHt1«^ Crw
^Ifififl^ljf
05
11
Shipping 'J»::ter# Victoria
Induatrial Iiiroyaaie
-
65
i
Shipping faster
Shipping pass
<S3.
.':.:
9
Canadian Gustos
Siek As&rinerd* Dues
'   a
58
I. |
fmH  (C&C and &qtrfjiialt)
fllfff Sarnie©
-2- a
50
I
..
#6290.
43
DEBITS
Date
Trip No.
From Whom Received
For What
Amount
'
no it(
This i
>ms to
•eport must b
report, same
e signed and sent to my Accountan
; to be endorsed "NIL."
t promptly at the close o£ each period.
O. J. WILLIAMS, 1
If there ai
Manager.
*e
 «Pr.
um.
16 toy 49
31 toy 49
1 Jun 49
3 3 ne 49
6 toy 49
4 toy 49
TQ ,.BJ,. ,AIP
hurray,    cVinnie Ltd.
Blandy Bros, & Coy Ltd
Laa>alasa», 0.1.
H toy 49       B. Saeet
7 toy 49 1. Buchanan
11 toy 49       B. Saeet and ». Buchanan
30 toy 49       torehaat tovy Officers*
Pension Fund
24 toy 49       British toil-..ay i otel
Senrlcea
toy 49        Can. Pacific steaaai
Ltd.
torgueiita" and «Pr. Patricia"
r^nyicwaaag nmim
1st auarda *t 2- fa 9
topenses incurred on behalf
of "Pr. «argae~lt©« at Laa
Oencral Electric Coy Ltd.
do
«T, G al • m
J. Ronald, P. Byare, and
P. Love.
Palms* 11-15 to* 49«
Reeorveries ftrom lm\%Fmm
in e&a&eetioii witfe heavy
waatb^r ianagu rapeira*
tfee oast of which is l»e~
lu&ted la tha preeradinf
accounta
£ae D#pt# Supplies
.Deek Dept* atipplias
larbatir   -ages r/B Jay 49
l?2v- 6- 9
544- 7- 0
0-13- I
10-4-4
Tnvclli.tr? eKpenaee inenfrad .
during repatriation from
*- rlnco.u erite*
-aiciaa fisyage* 14-12- 0
Travelliag expanses inoisrredi
during repatriation frcm
•ft% Kergnerlto*
naiden voyage* 5- 0 -0
Travelling mpmmB incurred
during repatriation firon
•ffclnceaa HtrgMrita11
oalden wymge* 5-2-0
3*gea and attbaistanoe 15 Apr
to 6 ley 50. S2-13- 2
mpl®f®r$® proportion of
reunion eontritatlati of
I .   *setf April end ley 1949   1- 5-H
iteale supplied to f ♦
and *T* (Shelters np$n
yri&tion
0-0-0
Bulk Tfeavel Vonehera for B»
Seoet ami I* Snehanen* jolEiag
«Pr* **io*rlte* 3-19-11
«S4£- 1- 9
tfii
1.3118.21
1  in ii sss
Certified Correct
 , *Pr. ierguwite^ and m?r* : itricia*
mm     .  ,yp^»f^ imi^m^ mmm^l ,,jmig. ,..
24 June 49   Canadian Pacific Steaatsblpe
Ltd* Cost of &a*  Travel fomeliewi
leaned in the ease of ®*
Iel#af% ana F* Bolan upon
repatriation for ^Prineeaa
Ma^rlta* MmUm vqyege*       fflidfeJl        &!*!&
Certified Correct
1 I I I g « r, BCG3S
 •Pr. torguerlte* and "Pr. Patricia"
itoi,?^* a
..
m~     m
-*U£
~^AL^k LF_^.
26 Sap 49
Coy.   topenseJ in connection wit*
installation of larconl
apparatus on "Princess
Petri fiaM during t2e months
of torch April and toy 1949.
mm
Certified Correct
Manager** 30C3£
 «Pr. torguerits* and «Pr. Patricia*
7 Jul 49 toreoni International i<iarine
Casraranieatioa Coy Ltd Fitting Short «ave Ilectra
Beceiver, «Pr. torguerlt.;"    £30- 5- 0
5 Jul 49 da Rental of Slectra Shortwave
todio, Receiver, *Pr.
torguerita" 8-17- 4
4 Jul 49 do Insurance on Hoctra
Shortwave Receiver, ttPr.
torguerite* 0-10- 3
23 Apr 49       Blandy Iroa. ft Co. Kerosene supolied at Las Palms,
•Pr. torguerito*. 4- 0- 2
*43-12- 9     fcZk22
Certified Correct
Manager., BCCSS
 j ^frinee^a Marguerite11 and f*r* Patricia®
fi^i     , to»pw^p  m%.mdm - aaaaa  jeama
5 lig 49     Marconi International Marine   fitting emergency i;-;hi in
/ I CoBvittnicatlon Coy ..'.d* wireless roan* *9&#
Patricia* IMfcjg
BtHified Correct
a a a g e r*3
 fm :A2^ wLace^x ci^m
•Pr. torgaeriteB aad*Pr. Patricia*
ife,ifto	
mm to ig^ fm    rmm-m$ m^m      mmm
29 Aug 49,     Willis tobar & Dusas Ltd.    Preaiaa covering Sstployer's
Liability Inzu a no* ca
crew me bers - Balance of
•Princess tor.^ierlts-
proportion. fljfe Jr.O,     #g?Otg?
Certified Correct
i a a a ? e r, BCCSS
 FORM 102 Qin
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM C     300-1 -SS ~3B
Montre^^ujusl^^
Capt. 0a J* Williams,
Manager,
B.C.  Coast Steaiuship Service^
Victoria,  B.C.
Referring to your letter of July 5 fil
thereto relative to Capital Expenditures formin
AUG   8 1950
{■@$!$tat|$m6its ^attached
■J^^^i^m^i^^^- *
£sis of final claim on
British Government in connection with construction and delivery of the
,fPr. Marguerite" and "Pr. Patricia".
A careful survey of the documents involved indicates that duplication
of many receipts required for submission with claim is quite impracticable;
and we propose to submit certified detailed statement in duplicate covering
such items as per list and supporting papers attached.
Kindly arrange accordingly, noting that gross figures are used for wages
paid, and all wage advances and allotments eliminated from consideration for
the purpose of this claim.
With regard to item 27 -
Will you please prepare a summary on your form 6k  of the amount totalling
16,290.14.3 to replace the original summary and separate Portage bill, and act
as a frontispiece for the supporting papers.
Where several invoices are involved,  as for example in the case of item 29,
 - 2 -
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM C     300-1-SS~3B
FORM 102 QiN
I have made a pencil summary of amounts forming the total, to facilitate
identification with attached list.
When typing out Statement for certification from attached documents,
care should be taken to indicate to whom each item was paid, in case it is
decided that supporting papers are not to be forwarded with claim. When
charges a/c Pr. Patricia, not subject to claim, are included in total of
invoice, you will of course only show on your statement details of amount
claimable.
General Auditor.
/hm
 AMOUNTS SUBJECT TO CLAIM IN CONNECTION WITH THE "PR. MARGUERITE" AND
"PR. PATRICIA"FOR WHICH CERTIFIED DETAILED STATEMENT IN DUPLICATE IS REQUIRED.
Item #
h Insurance premium on both boats under W.C.A. £
6 Berths and meals - Vane, to St. John Feb. 3/ii9
8 Cost of Customs Entry Clearance and Quay rent
9 Expenses at Los Angeles Apl. 3/li9
10 P/R W/E 25/2/L9 - British Crew
10 "    "   -   "   Officers
11 Rental Marconi apparatus - Mar. 5 - Apl. 25/li9
12 Pd. Archer Coal Depot Co. expenses Port of Spain tor. 21
13 Pd. W. Andrews &  Co. expenses Cristobal CZ 19/5A9
Ik Stores Supplies - less C/N 190ii Brechin Bros.
15 Wages and various expenses at Glasgow (British)
16 Berths and meals - Vane, to St. John Apl./49
17 Supplies - Glasgow - as per invoices
18 Gross Wages H. Love & P. Byrne 21/L/L9 & other expenses
27 Gross amount of Wages Pd. British Crew - Mar.3-Apl. 8/it9
Company's prop. Insur. Contribs.
British Crew - Overtime
Company's prop. - Indust. Insur. (pt.78.k9)
Fees
Customs - Sick Mariners' Dues
Taxi Service
29 Cost of Rat Guards - Murray McVinnie Ltd
/Disbursements at Las Palmas May 2L/L9 - Blandy & Co.
1 Your wire July 6/50 - less recoverable from Insurance
Goods supplied by General Elec. Co. Glasgow 27/5/li9
m      tt      ,.    »i     n     n     n    30/$/k9
Wages - J. Chalmers - Fireman 5/h9  Glasgow
Repatriation of Ronald, Byrne & Love May h/h9
Personal expenses 4th Engineer - B. Sweet
"      "   3rd Engineer - W. Buchanan
B. Sweet and W. Buchanan - Tfages & Subsistence 11/5/k9
B. Sweet - Employers prop. "Pension Contribs." Apl. & May
Meals supplied Buchanan & Chalmers May 19
Bulk travel Vos. - Sweet and Buchanan
30 Bulk travel Vos. - McLardy & Bolan
33    Installation Marconi Apparatus-"Pr. Patricia" Mar-Apl-May/li9
35 Fitting, rental & Insur. on Electra S.W. Receiver & Kerozene
36 Fit and test light in Wireless room -"Pr.Patricia"
(pt. £261-10-0) Insur.Prem. on members "Pr. Marguerite"
Sub-total
Details
50- 0- 0
12- 6
17- ii- 8
26- 6- 8
470- 2- 3
IOO4- 7-2
256-13- 1
95- 5-2
1273- L- ii
2- 9- 9
1229- 6- 9
34-13-10
13- 1
10- U- ii
lh-12- 0
5- 0- 0
5- 2- 0
82-13- 2
1- 5-11
8- 0
3-19-11
5-16- 4
43-12- 9
5-16- 0
131- 5- 0
69.62
102.3ii
5,118.33
161.32
836.05
69.65
53.00
ii7.58
ii.50
10.05
U,966.52
2,199.17
I4O.16
2.65
la. 28
58.98
20.20
20.60
333.94
5.2li
1.62
I6,lli
Item
Totals
202.00
392.65
2.52
1,091.12
171.96
28L.OO
1,899.25
2,722.44
ii,057.60
1,036.86
233.05
1,922.L0
384.82
6,290.L3
3,418.21
23.50
937.46
176.29
23.43
530.25
$25,800.24
 liar?**
, ft
.
yr< ...  •
INI,
July
■ f #
 15a Balance 3%  of Can. gross of contributors each sheet
against total of item (14)
16* Railraad Retirement Act and add.
17. Balance 5f# of total U.S. Earnings plus U.S. board
against total of item (16)
181 Income Tax status•....................	
19a Income Tax deduction*
20 a Bonds •* Amount: $ __
21. Uniforms.
22. Shipping Fees (Feb. "A" and August "A")
23 • Extend Balances .....****...*** r...•••••«.•**.*•
24. Additions of columns.
25. Summarisation - check total of Cash paid against prelim. P/R
26. Type payroll.
27* Balance typed payroll.with.time sheets*
 -:'-'"" '-*   ?ic*^"la, B. C, July3f 1950   ' "'
.-toid,    sq,, ' * ••■■.. /
a An^itor, / " "	
Que. - ■• '  :•".     : ,-,. , /
7
•yoaj. C-30O-1-$S»3B"©f the 14th ultimo.
w*l»jg+Ti*T*j»itl* aflgimi eopies of all papers which
flfftd.your "'attar bat tat* »ed* ne «tt*npt to altar any figure*
T aa also attaching th* ftejUMlngs* ■ • \, " "  !
StateiBant of w ccMoant-a cn the peint* raised by you*
Ktonnl in duplicate/of Mwaaea* to Cr**#
Ststeneat is duplicate   " IU»* saaeat of the i^tage    ' ; *
Bill,
-tr.teiaeat of Parser's M«fc!irs®fnast* as crlfiatOy trefoattted
tog^her ^^inal ©uppeaftiBU papers,
1a delicate cf necessary adjustmen ■
•
. . .    ra*3   tX cons     :      'of    r«
■"•Jterit©9 ta tia® of en   ■
in dupllaat* c€ Fuel (HI eeoaaaption ©f «Pr.
Bat^cla11 .to tia* .cf enter tc 3***te*#
1ft*r* consider cl ^ceaaary the warious etate^aaata haw© be*n dhly
■    ,  , ... , t.trust that yr« ',-rtll aoa-fc* in a position tc sifcait tt* final c   I    ,
•   • ""',-"'■'"' ...... ItfafnUr
**>-;
K «ft* g* y
i^.f.^,-r:.:
■»r-,,	
! '• - r.,.
 1.
2.
3e
4.
5.
6.
7*
8*
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16*
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
Balance 5f% of total U.S. Earnings plus U*Si board
against total of item (16)
Income Tax status.... .•...•**..•. i *.4 i...«i * M *«...i.*......•
Income Tax deduction.
Bonds •* Amount: $
Uniforms.
Shipping Fees (Feb. WAW and August nA»)
Extend Balances ...........\.....	
Additions of columns.
Summarisation - check total of Cash paid against prelim. P/R
Type payroll.
Balance typed payroll with time sheets•
PAYROLL CHECKING ^^>DUI:£
Initial each item as  completed and note exceptions and adjustments.*
Names and permanent numbers. I
Social Security Numbers on foreign vessels. L
C.P.R. Med. Assn. members - check deduction* L
Letters of adjustment* L
Overtime	
Total time on time sheet.
Check Board days, and U.S. Cash board if applicable.
•ffleers' leave and transfers.
Check rates from rate chart.
Check amounts from amount board.
Add amoiont column* .....*....................•.•........•.••••
Extend into U.S. & Can. waters and add*
Unemployment Insurance deductions.
C.P.R. Pension and add.
Balance 3%  of Can. gross of contributors each sheet
against total of item (14)
Railroad Retirement Act and add.
 2
•V"
AMOUHTS SUBJECT TO CLAIM PCR PROPORTIONATE RECOVER!
FROM tjT.K. TOSMGE REPLACEMENT POTfD H COSHE0TKM WITH
 'Wt «ARG!fR|TE" Sf »ffif .fflfflffC^      ,
•*••**.***,•
It was understood that the Workmen1 a Compensation charge of
was a construction cost and therefor claimable for both
in accordance with yetsr C-»30(HL«SS»3B of tha 18th Iowmberf 1$
la at paragraph*
i
Claim Itqa Remarke
1# Payrolls are far groan amomyta with tha exception of Portaife; Bill
claimed under Puraerfe Mabttraementa*, aee detail under ite:'
5t> 6nw charge of #768 was made up parbiallj on an pro-rated baals^t-he
amounts debited in Audit Notes having Included supervisory offiffra1
traneport*
10ft fhaaa advmncea mcam^d through payrolls &r® detailed on atta*
statetaent and it will be aaan that tha total amount chargad
alio boon credited* a small difference being due to cents a'
It was thought that more control over these entries could ba
maintained by pasaing all charges and credits through^ tha
appropriation*
14ft Ycvlv application of this credit appaara to be correct* I
15-17-18* Inasmuch aa theae ltene were billed to B*C*C#S*Sft If Audit Iota j I
trm lontreal tj^li preauaed that the net amount?? of tha payroH|i
on which they^^lected have been blllad#   la cannot tan f^rom   I l\
your statement of,, grosa wages paid ovsrseaa whether adirmncea fork \
part of tha total ehsr©i or net*   Howwrar* tha bulk of thaaa adip|nces A
would appaar to imrn boat* cleared on tha gross of tha Portage Bill* '\
aee aofraant under Item 27 following* \    •
27* 1 am attaching harato supporting documents to Ptiraai^s Disburseoekts
for your perusal*    It will ba noted that the Portage Bill (Payroll
of British Crew an route ) ha® been ehoro for tha net amount ainca\
m ware chargad by Montreal for tha actual Purser*s disburee»iifcs*\
1 am alao attaching a breakdown of tha items making up tha gross ed& the
Portage Bill showing how each waa accounted for*   It wlH ba noted fchat
an amount of $19© was deducted tbepiftroai for allotments and thia
pmsumabty covers tha graatar portion of the aHotiattta excepted IgrI
yon in your claim items 15 and 18*   It should be obaarrod that among,
1 tha RjLrs6rfa Disbursements amounts of 1^0*00 and #8*84 (Part of #78*49}
were subsequently recovered on BOCSS payrolls, see Item 10*   Amounts!
of #410*66* #148*34 and #2.04*78 (Bart of 1366*10} form part of tha    \
gross of the Portage Bill*   If jmx 5ntai| to fft&sdt tha gross of tha
Portage Bill as part of wages paid it will ba necessary to reduce tha
suspense at dlasgow and en r^vt© by tha amount of tb$ recoveries for
wines m& tobacco totalling-r:*?^*4-2#   Thia aama rei^rk applies to
poataga and finaa in tha amounts of £ll**iO*€ and £0*8-4 raapeetiwly*
28# Until raeaipts of the datail au^pliad by you with your latter of tha;
14th inatant wa had no knowledge of tha coat of fuel Oil taken at
Qlaagow and on acceptance*, liSr at I*aa Balnea and Bart of Spainf in '
tha case if the nfw* Itarguerita®*   Gonaaquantly tha eharga shown in our
statement in tha amount of #48tS waa baaed on the laat known price
{-'1*7938 at %n'Ifedro}ft provision of course being ^ide for balanea on,
hand at time of, entry into aartiee*   low that all ooa^a ar© Immm a   ■
ra^rlaed atataaMint on a a^arap^ priea Imaia has been set- up for
each vessel and these are attached hereto* together with a suiimary
of ehargea made to tha Appropriation to datef showing neeeaeafy
adJmatHtenta*   With your eonctmrenoe ttese adjtiatiseiita ■ to S*S* 2 of
1949 will be made on our current Balance Sheet*
29ft m are unable to cl^ck thia ite«#
 ADVANCES TO CRBI - IAIDSM VOYAGE
DATS
PLACE
AMOUNT
DESCrUPTIQH
ADVANCED Bf
CHARGED
la
Audit
 %te.	
CHARGED
S.S. 2
COLLECTS)
Sell
CREDITED
in
Audit
Motes
CREDITED
S.S.2
Feb 49
Glasgow
$141.40
Cash
Ageat
Glasgow
April
Ho* 49
Part 1109400
310A
Harefa
August
August
Part #416
*****
Ea Route
192.40
liar ft Tobaeco
Ageats
Glasgow
6 en route
April
lay
So* 49
Part #109400
310A
Apr
621B
Apr
August
&
October
August
Part $416
Get
Part $18
Bar-Apr
la Route
13.83
Postage
Agents en
Route
April
Hay
lav 49
Pert $109400
8104
Apr
621B
Apr
August
October
August
Part #416
Oct
Part  $18
Apr
Victoria
8.84
British Rational
Health laeee.
Pureer
J«ly
July 49
Pert $5193
Various
Various
Oet
Part  •*«
Apr
Victoria
80.00
Caah
Purser
July
July 49
Part $5193
S10A
Apr
August
August
Part ^416
TOTAL ADVANCES
$436-4?
auatat sasst ■
TOTAL OF ALL CREDITS PASS® TO S.S. 2
$434
 PORTAGE BILL •
FB1IC183 IAR0U18ITB
torn
Disbursed
Description
By .Purser
By Agents
en Route
By Glasgow
GROSS
TOTAL
Allotments
*
£
£190-0-0
CL90- 0-0
Advances
102-3 •!
102- 3-1
Postage
8-10-8
8-10-8
lines & Tobacco
86-4-2
86-4-2
(These goods were
partially purchased ea route
& partially la Glasgow)
Fines
British Rational Insurance 50-18-10
Britiah Ineoae Tax 36-18-0
Ret Amount 798- 1-3
0- 8-4
0- 8-4
50-18-10
36-18-0
798- 1-3
ft?S8- 1-2  18-19-0
.^76-4-2
£1273-4-4
 Adjustment of Charges to S* S« 2
of 192.9 for Fuel Oil
. ■ „ **•
AS GBABOEB
Iffljg.
^aount
$13423 (Part
$19561)
$13423
August 1949
August 1949
$22344 (Part
$27508)
$22344
September 1949
$10656
2571
$2257
4921
$907
October 1949
4627 (Part
$6486)
4627
$24915
$2257
$22971
$907
aj copEfiTff m pmm
23243
2049
Adjustment to be -iade to S.S. 2 of 1949  $ 1672   $ 208
22322
$ 649
962
$ 55
 FUEL Oil. REPORT • MAIDEM VOYAGE AMD OBTFITTIRG
.KIi.MIIIMIiiii.iihl.   ,i[ii«W.i^^
at Tni VMi
. ffl.im™1ij«ra»w.
Bbls
Mm„m, •■,.-. .>*,•■*,
.gflffc
On Acceptance  Glasgow
Las Palmes
Trinidad
Cristobal
San Pedro
5 Mar 49
14 Mar 49
22 liar 49
26 Ear 49
3 Apr 49
Total Receipts
Balance oa Band end of Voyage
Voyage Consumption
Balance o a Hand end of
Voyage
Balance oa R>nd end of
Outfit
1328.58 (
(
2515.39 (
1851ft16 C
c
1323.15
12007.78
9472.78
253$*
la*.
$12726.42
9618.12
2547.30
mmiMmliktmk
$29463.25 Awge Price $2.4537
$23243.12
$ 6220.13
4171.29
Outfit Consumption
:x
VmA *f$ %»*
 FUEL OIL REPORT - HAIDER i AID CWTF1TTIHG
Seta
..Place 	
 _lbls.
Cost
On Acceptance
Glasgow
3739.
(     $2302.80
(       9140.23
14 May 49
Las Pals*.
1786.50
4283.38
22 Hay 49
San Juan
1352.
2324.40
24 May 49
Cristobal
2386.30
4104.44
31   lay 49
San Pedro
11203.80
362SJt4l
Total Receipts
$25777.66   Awg.
Balance oa %ffi*l
end of Voyage
Mi	
,3455.80
Voyage Consumption
9701.80
$22321.86
Price $2.3008
Balance oa Band end of Voyage
Balance oa Hand end of Outfit
Outfit Conauaption
1502.
$3455.80
,243^07
$ 961.73
 FORM 102 I
F
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
C   300-1-SS-3B
Captain   0*   J*   Williams,
Manager,
B. 0e Coast S/S Service,
VICTORIA,   B.C*
Montreal,   June  14,   *9*&ic^r St^ip S««e
JUN20 1950
m\ t i* MANAGER
VICTORIA. B. C
A check of the general and detailed statements which
accompanied your letter, and the documents available in support
of claimable items, reveals variati dps from your figures which
will need further clarification before statement can be drawn up
to form the basis of our final claim on the British Government*
With this end in view, I have attached the following statements to enable you to furnish me with the assistance necessary
to bring this matter to an early conclusion:
1*  Numbered statement for comparison of your figures
with mine* and comments on variations and supporting documents required*
2e   Statement of Gross Wages paid overseas*
3*   Classified summary of total amounts subject to
claim with detailed statement of each classification*
General Auditor*
 AMWflB SUBJECT TO CZABf K» HBOPO&TIOffATI RIC07S1T IROM D.E. TOR1A6S REPIACfJSSfT F01D
nr cosmeraoE tan *m. mssotrisis" & "is. pa»icia"
Cleias
item
?o*t,.|fffflP4
?tL..fS,S!EL1GS.
Difference
1
2
3
4
$11,354.35
9,999-25
1,446.26
202.00
768.00
$11,354.35
9,999.25
1,446.26
101.00
795.00
.
-101,00
* 27.00
6
7
8
f
10
392.65
1,254.00
2.52
1,091.12
313.36
392.65
1,254,00
c *5^
1*091*12
171.96
m»
~Mle40
11
284.00
284.00
mm
12
1,899.25
1,899.25
*
-.
2,722.44
2,722.44
mm
14
4,076.69
4,057.65
-     19.04
•-:..
1,376.22
1,036.86
- 339.36
16
233.05
233.05
m
17
1,922 ,40
1,918.36
-     4.04
IS
829.24
304.04
- 444.40
19
26,689.32
26,689.32
mm
20
4,863.12
4,863.12
**
21
335.00
335.00
m
22
464.30
464.30
~
c,<D
40.43
40.43
m
24
563.8I
563 .81
m
25
1,993.00
1,993.00
•
26
17,533.94
17,533.94
*
2?
5,193.11
5f -133*11
m
2
4,828.00
4,828.00
27,966.48
27,961.92
50
23.50
23.50
:
937.46
937.46
34
78.01
78.01
35
176.29
176,29
36
23.43
23.43
Sot ,B/S
,m».
 ?SP,.£
$132,406.25
$131,379.45
4.56
B6BMB.rKB
(freswse these payrolls ere for gross amounts aM do not
(Include deductions a/c Advances & Allotawnts
liisurasice premlus under W*C*A* a/c Batrleia not acceptable for claim.
Certified etatesssnt frem S/S Tit. Agt* Tano. for $2^049 a/e trans*
portatlon of personnel to 11**1*. Includes $795*00 for this item and
$1*254 for item f ♦
(See mete against Item 5)
i35 ($141*40) advanced to crew 8/49 and recovered 5/49* part of credit
$415.96.
Tie bal. of this credit* i.e. $274*56 repreeemts deductions frosa April A/49
a/e officers and crew.   Please ftaiish full particulars of when and where
amounts were advanced and for what purpose* aa thia item has been excluded
from By statement on the basis that atsounts advanced and recovered* or
awni&ts alto ted from wag&a are purely adjusting entries not affecting
gross wages due.
lesa credit of $19.04 Brechin Bros, drawback on neat supplies.
Deleted a/c Jferoh allot»nta.
$4.04 deleted * Advance a/e orals.
$444.40 deleted a/e allot»iits 4/49 paid at Glasgow* $40.40 deleted
a/o 2 advances of £5 to J* Souald, carpenter. **!¥. Batricia® and
$40.40 added to restore deductions from B* love and ?. Byena* w/l
22/4/49 a/o Advances and allot»ats.
Oqisii^iS' nts
Pursers statensnt In duplicate return0d for supporting documents aod
further particular of amemnts$80.00 and $410.00 described as ad*
vancesj which prestasably should be deleted fmm claim.
June A/f * Sept. B/8 - Bartial charge a/c fteel ell* Utaable to identify
any docu»ii4s in support of this chargs although there is a record of
paynent to the Asiatic Petroleum Corp. I.!. June 33/49 - $7#il8*71
described as lUal Oil supplied Har. 26/49 Bixuun Canal. $2*547*30 tj#s.F. & Apl.8/49 Si& Bsdro $4*571*41
H.S.F ♦ Please advise fully and swanks to ftailsb certified atatewnt
in duplicate showing total cost of fuel supplied less value of fuel
reminiiig on board at April 25*
Shown as claimable portion m detailed statement covered by Aug./49
A/f* This figure should be reduced to $27*961*92* There is an Item
of $12.62 (3* 2. 6) excluded in Supplies londoa $27*476.54 a/c Cables '_,;,.,
5/49 which id not acceptable for clal*and asaou&t of $16.14 under
caption shown as 50$ claimbl* should be for the full amount.
$1*026.80
 < •     '.Fa »      F: •   , ..■■
Fab.
r.
Apl.
May
25/2 - 2/3
Peb,-ii;;i. _-,-..weet -» Saiployeee >n Contribution
£ 42,11. 4
71.10. 4
104.14. 4
36.14.10
£255*10.10
y jS.l^f M14
£264. 4, 2     %
,' 1.1^>,
£2e
I 171.96
28S.92
423*04
.... 148,4^
^1,032.37
■ ??*<»
:.il,067.39
11,075,43
 .: w;~o jro, pal.-
Our &ef *
^laaia
H/5
Wa^es
Subsistence
Allowance
!^ioye#s
flat* Health Ins*
Total
It eta 1
Chalmers
6/ 5 /49
a!6*   0
«
If/4
10. 4. 4
Sweet
n
XI * JLJL-.   v
1 * 4. 0
4/2
12,19.10
n
19~30 Apl,
23* 3* 4
«
4/2
23. 7. 6
FAictonmn
15*30 Apl,
32* 6*10
■«m   '
8/4
32,15* 2
a
1-6 May
l^.*  *&*  o
1# 4* 0
4/2
13.10. 8
Sweet
1. * .■■■ay
Item 10
Bregaa
(W
J>*         1.         I§r
0 *lo* 0
4/2
4. 1* 6
Copelsmd
1
J* 1* 4
0,16. 0
4/2
4. 1.
Berry •
a
3. 1. 4
'*J «
4/2
4+      l*f
Love
If
4. 0, 0
0.16. 0
4/2
5.   U.    m
Xtast 11
BuchaBan
«
9.13. 9
3. 0. 0
4/2
12.17.11
Sweet
a
9. 4. 7
3. 0. 0
4/2
12, a, 9
Item 16
Mm
2/3/49
5. 0, 0
1, 0. 0
4/2
6, 4. 2
Berry
a
3.16. s
1. 0. 0
4/2
5* 0.10
Cepsla&d
a
3.16. $
1, 0. 0
4/2
5. 0.10
Brogsa
a
3.16. 8
1. 0. 0
•     4/2
5. 0.10
looser
a
1,10, 8
G, 8. 0
«/2 ■
2. 2,10
Brytte
it
2.10. 0
0.12, 0
4/2
3. 6, 2
Campbell
»*
2,14. 0
«**
4/2
2,IS, 2
llolntyre
n
2 * 14* 0
-
4/2
#&,X;0,   *c
Ltji
25/2 to 2/3
5* 0* 0
3* 5. 0
a/4
S.13* 4
KalUgan'
2/ 3/49
1*13. 4
1. 5. 0
4/2
3. 2* 6
Jones
it
1.13* 4
1. 5. 0
mm
2*18* 4
Cruickshank
it
1.13. 4
1* 5. 0
4/2
3* 2#- 6
Marin
Sweet
Buchanan
Kelson
it
X*X^.
9. 4. 7
?*13* .%
0.15. 4
1, 5. 0
3. 0.
4/2
4/2
k/2
4/2
3» 4*10
1.2. 8. 9
ti
ji* v* y
i
1, 3. 6
XtW  IS
Love
22/4
12, 0, 0
-
3/4
..jMSt*      «J'' *     *|-
Bryne
it*
10, 0, 0
**
8/4
10. 8. 4
H% ardjr
29/4
12. 5. 0
*li
12/6
1^2*1/* &
Bolan
tt
12, 5. 0
**.
12/6
12.17. 6
Sweat
Feb.-4i.ar*
Pension
Ctay iion
JL i * p * n **
Gross Totals
(Sterling)
Gross
f totals
(Canadian^
£ 10* 4* 4
41*23
12,19.10
52,50
23* 7. 6
32,15, 2
132,34
13.10, 8
54.6?
X #   v * X.Jl
5.24
17. 4* S
25* 6, 8
26,15, ft
5*16, 4
9.13. 4
£0.13. ? - ,2.80
22.16, 8
25.15. 0
 <W« ?
69.62
102,34
108,20
23.50
35.02
1*2*  b*  2
50.13
25. 6# 8
102.34
1* 3* 6
4.75
92.24
104,03
2,m
266. 3.10 :1.07?.43
 classified mmm or .mmwm mmmr to ciain mm o-.k. tour-ack
SEFIAC3DHE8T PUSH) If COUHCTlOlf WITH
 w^mcs^ ^oppiffff" & «aaffp« «MWP.ft«	
I 22,441.45
Transportation to O.K. of Canadian Ore* 4,118,44
Ooet of vovags from tbe Clyde to Victoria, B.C. 24,123.81
P Coot of repatriating Britiah era* sawbers 258.17
I            Services & supplies prior to voyage - "Pr. Harguerite* 6,378.72
"Pr. Patricia" 960.89
Expenses during voyage - Parsers disburseaseata 5,193.1!
I            Service, a supplies during outfitting - "Pr. Marguerite" 22,275.34
"Pr. Patricia" 22,751.65
Fuel Oil consumed on outward voyage 27,172.54
I            Port charges, etc. 5,715.33
$131,379.45
 ■■ICTRnff.. r aI^ BllPI?*
1949
Jam* to Apl* 6
Apl. 7-24
Apl. 19*50'
Apl.  19-50
Apl. & May
Wages & assessments for personnel sent
overseas fmm Canada for the specific purpose
of serving as crew for outward veyags
Wages 4 assess»nts for crew members held
on board during the outfit of vessels from
time of arrival in fie tor ia to tins of
availability for service
Feb .22-25
Payroll - Glasgow-Barbour wages
£17- 4- 8
69.5S
Feb .21-25
K                        t»                        «                        -ft'
25- 6- 8
. ':    ...
2v%   ./
A.B. Smith - vages a subsistence -
Feb. 25-Mar, 2 - Glasgow
8-23- 4
-ft-. ft:ft>
Payroll - Overtime - Glasgow
3- 1- 6
ft;
Feb. 26-»ar. 2
*         - Glasgow
26-15- 8
108.20
I          n   m          .
*                 ■
...
5-16- 4
25.50
Mur. 1-2
»         m     »
22- 8- 2
50.23
Feb. 26-Mar.2
n                      g
25- 6- 8
102.34
War. 2
«            »       *
1- 3- 6
443
Apl. 9-20
I. Love     £12-8-4
*• By™*    10-8-4,
22-26- 8
92.24
1*1.   12FA
Payroll - Harbour wages
W. Molardy & F. Bolaa
25-15- 0
.   ' \ «■ '   ~'
Feb,-Mar.
Merchant Bavy Officers Pension Fead
Employees pension oontributlon
B. Sweet - 4th Engineer
Feb.       6-11
23- 9
i. 2 - ..,.;
3.
Leave,,Fay » guh^isteace
B. Sweet - 4th Engineer
¥. Buchanan - 3rd Engineer
%^Sgg.y*JBft.
B. Sweet - 4th Engineer
¥, Buchanan - 3rd Engineer
B, Sweet - 4th Engineer
10- 4- 4
22-29-10
23-10- 8
23- ?- 6
32-15- 2
1- 5-11
41.28
..■''
54.67
232.34
^24
#22,441.45
y
 1
1
COST OF «AM8PCSTliG CAHADIAB MEMBEBS
,<ffga» ayNai -,nt%mmmn
B
1949
1
1
1
Personal expenses of personnel sent oversees
to act as outward voyage crew
Cost of transportation of personnel to XS.K.
11,446.26
795.00
Feb. 3
Bail, Sleeper accommodation & aeals supplied
crew proceeding to Halted Kinglom
392.65
Jan. 6
1
Cost of transportation St. John to Liverpool
iasued to 11 crew meabere
1,254.00
F#b. 23
Bail fares - Liverpool to Glasgow - 11 employees
from Canada
aaaliltii ^mm**
£28- 7-
5
114.61
Apl. 8-20
J. Bona 2d - Carpenter - Victoria to Glaagow
a
Patrick Byrne - 2nd cook         »       #     a
g
Hugh love - Chief Cook             *       *    ..
3 • £4-17-4 ea. ($19.66) £14-12-0
58.98
Apl.10*80
B. Sweet - 4th Engineer - Victoria to HewCastl*
5- 0-
0
20.20
it
1
Wm. Buchanan - 3rd Engineer    "           "     "
Balk yr*ye;Vpuohers
5- 2-
0
20.60
Feb. 18
¥. Buchanan - Liverpool - Glasgow
1-10-
0
6.OB
B. Sweet       - Liverpool - fewcastle
1- 4-
7
4.9?
* -    n           - BewCastle - Glasgow
1 -5-
4
 lilt
$4,118.44
 V0TAGB - COST OF BBWGXJIG VESSEL
lf*8
Apl.  13
1949
Deposit Premium covering
Workaens Compensation Act,
in respect of officers a
of vowels by builders
,5-Apl.S>5
M»r. 2
•       S
"        3
Feb. 23
Mar. 3
"      4
Feb. 28
Mtr. 3
Mar. 5-6
Feb.-Mwr.
Mar. 5
n     1
"     5-6
Proportion of rental & ma
apparatus^  off657.8?
American Consul - Visa ©f alien
under
Employees Liability,
prior to delivery
of Muroool
list
Itertuguese Coasol - Visa on bill of health
Spanish Consul       - do
Glasgow -Hera tlwttioa exemption certificate
Customs bond on ships sextant
Glasgow - Sire of
F®b.28-Msr.5
Mar .4-31
Mar. 4
Mar. 5-6
»fer. 5-A 1.6
Mar.11-15
Apl.l-Mey 8
Greenock - Barbour dues
Olaagow-lire of truck for crew
Oreeaock-Fresh water supplied vessel
Glasgow-Fees for signing on crew
Greenock-Pilotage sundry charges
•Adjustment of Compresses
Photographs during trials
Glasgow - Late work expenses
Bental of special radio receiver
Glasgow- Hire of car
Greenock- Docking & undccfcLag
Marine & War Bisks insurance during voyage
from Clyde to Victoria, B.C.
Blander Bros, & Co,-Disbursements at Las Pal**.
..Byo*. &Oo.-
%rcom, ^toraatigaaA.Maine. Copt*. Cp.jLto..
Bental Plectra" S.W. Badlo Becelver
Insur. premium paid on above Becelver
Wllll^iliy.beriaf
Aug. 22
Balance of Insurance premium covering Officers
Bt crews under Wortaeas Compensation Act prior
to delivery £156-5-0
leas deposit Apl.23/48 29-0-0
£25- 0- 0
0-10- 0
2- 5- 0
3- 3- 4
2- 2- 0
0-10- 6
2- 0- 6
1- 2- 6
16- 0
6$- 9- 2
1- 1- 0
9-11- 9
4-7-8
3?- 0- 9
11-23- 0
1-10- 0
1-13- 0
6-10- 8
11- 8
10-10- 0
1229- 6- 9
8-17- 4
22J-,   1
ft-ft.
ft   :, -  -    . '/*
■'ft   2 ft'-
'."
4.54
1.83
268.49
'....222
47.07
6.06
* 111 ; -•■ JF
2.35
4,966.52
35.82
■■F:f
131- 5- 0
 of.MTtwfrtm iBJTM.aiwp? ,py peat
1949
Apl. 26
Balk travel vouchers
W. Melardy - Bristol to Glasgow
£2-18- 2
F. Bo2an            "         *     "
2,:2f-„2	
Glasgow
5-26- 4 $ 23.50
Meals supplied Messrs. Buchanan a Chalmers
arrived Liverpool, JSapress of Fraace,
April 50, 1949 0- 8- 0 1.62
Apl, 6 3 Berths & meals-Vane.-St. John $96.75
22 2     "       "     "     Vanc.-Mfcl, 56.80
• t     * .    *    •      *        " 53.50
18 *•'*•" * 26.00 233.05
m<>mmmmmmu»mmmmm».
# 258.1?
 I
1949
Mar, 17
Apl. 8
la&r * 4*x
n a
Mar. 3
11    15
feh.24-Har*3
Feb*25«4ta%2
i"P* % ^F?iffs pRirmff),pic^ |o ^ppp^pfiy or ToyAp
"hi. iMxaranx19
Scottish Oils & Shell - Ifag* Ltd. £0*11"- 4
Taeniae Oil Oo. Ltd. 7- 6
Mica & Meanlte Supplies Ltd. 14-10-0
Ferguson k flmpeen Ltd. 2*14** 0
the British Oil & C&te Mils Ltd. 11- 6* 7
International Raiats Ltd. 523- 3-7
Ihs British Oil & Cate Hills Ltd. 15- 1- 9
The Genlock Bopework Co. Ltd. 7-11
fhe Be Man Backing ft lubber Oo.Lfcd* 8* 1- 0
CoeMiurn & Co. Ltd. 6- 1-10
Ourrle & Co. Ltd. 4-11- 6
Ferguson lb Timpsoii Ltd. 2*14- 6
Track & Co. IM. 2- 9- 6
Sumill Sons & Co. Ltd. 15- 2- 0
Bitchle & Osborne Ltd* 11- 2- 2
White Horse Distillers Ltd. 5-17- 0
Wm. tteachar h Sons Ltd. 9-12- 1
1* Siaethuret Ltd. 42- 6- 2
fteroy Christian & Co. Ltd. 7* 6- 6
Oakley & Wat ling 49-14-10
I&^an-Ieungsr Ltd* 1-18- 0
A.M. HacJSougall & Son Ltd. 6- 0- 0
Atom. Clark & Son 20- 4* 2
Bryant & ifey Ltd. 31* 0
British A»ricsn fbbacco Co. IM. 99- 7- 5
Wm. Beattle Ltd. 5- 4* 6
Cadbury Bros* IM. 9*16- 0
Schaeppes Ltd. 9- 9- 0
Bowntree & Co. Ltd. 4- 7-H
Brechin Bros* Ltd.               £63-19-1
Less         4-14-3 99- 4-10
Murmy IfcTinnle (l$Sg) IM. 19*14- 2
The Standard least Co. 18- 8
Cel. Harper * Co". Ltd. 36- S- 4
Buasell A Co. IM. 205- 9-10
Ifctrmy IfcTinnle Ltd. 3- 8- 3
Bavld Fleming Ltd. 3-14-10
Canadian Bacifle s/s Ltd. 13-16- 1
Stephenson Brown 4 Co. 1-0-0
•John S* Craig * Co. Ltd. 2-10- 0
lobinson Itan & Co. Lfed. 8-14-10
John 3. Craig & Co. Ltd. 17- 6- 2
Canadian Bselfic S/S Ltd. 2- 2-11
fhe Idlson Swan B3actrio Co.Ltd. 2-M-
Bussell & Co. Ltd. -ID
Ibt. Beuglas & Brittaln Ltd. 32-17- 9
Murmy MoTimie (1952) Ltd. 188-33- 9
tfeCerfuodeie & Co. IM. 1- 1- 3
the F&lrfleld Shipbuilding & Jfoglneering
Co. Ltd. 236- 3- 8
trices Lubricants Ltd* 1-17- 6
Canadian Baciflc S/S IM. 1- 0- 3
Bat Suarda supplied at ©lasgow 2- 9- 9
fhe jQaffw^l Jlg^t^y Co. jq»*
Electrical Material supplied at CHasgDW 34-B-10
"                  ■              a          a     a is- 1
BRRim? jwffi iwtI KiiggnSimlllSiiffi.iiipSrtS.MSii S.^5B^
Glasgow-Fit. Electra Model Wireless Becelver   30- 5- 0
B2aady Bros.-las lalame-lferozeae supplied 4-0-2
Glasgow-Board *. lodging for 11 ratings 25- 2- 9
"       Meals supplied crew 2- 9- 0
"Pr. Marguerite" 	
$ 2.29
1.51
58.58
10.91
45.77
1,305.66
60.95
1.60
32.52
24.61
18.48
11.01
10.00
52.92
44.87
23.63
22.64
170.96
29.59
200.96
7.68
24.24
81.64
o .oa
21.11
23.56
21.21
17.76
239.34
79.62
5.77
146.12
Oc-C . 11
23.79
15.22
55.77
%. ua
10,10
35.32
69.92
8.67
XX* Go
41.98
232.86
762.31
4.29
954.18
7.57
4.09
10.05
140.16
2.65
222.21
26.19
201.55
9.90
FOBWABD
£1578-17- 7
$6,378.72
 s
Brot. Forward £1583-11- 8 #6,378.72
Mar .Apl. May      Expenses la connection wi^h lasto.l2atlon of
Apl.21-22 Inspector on board during trials at Firth
of Clyde 59*39
Apl. 20 Calibrated Marconi »/F type MDFff-GlasgDW 49*49
«fer.7-*fey 9        frensatitted leceiver l>pe lffi-10 & freight
chargss 828.58
m&* 22 ' Marconi Xnternf Clonal iferine Cctbws. Lt$.
Supply* fit h test eassrgency light in
wireless jteon - Glasgow 5-16- 0 23.43
**!** ^trlcis*   |96©#89 	
»fr* Patricia* &*Fr. Iiargt*erlte,, $7,339.61
 fffffiiffifffifflL fumNSSSmni n. nmmnSmuMmtTB^Wf^^hfmi'
\'F
M»r.5-Apl.6 Pur*er*s disbursement* J5.293.ll
 a
ggjyxco^ & spctlies. plbiio oofrifTpto
1949
$far.6-Apl.24     Ylctorla* B.C. - Shop labor
Apl.7-25 * - Stores Bept. labor
Apl.7-24 - Cost of provisions for crew
nee la* outfitting to tlisa of availability
Mar.*4uty Stares Issues & expense (as per statement)
Steamship inspection at Victoria, B.C.
(as per statement)
Apl.-June Linen issues tk expenses (as wt statement)
Stores issues & expenses (as per statement)
Miscellaneous expenses (as par statement)
"Pr.Marguerite".
"Pr. Patricia*
# 4,863.12
40.43
!W
1,993.00
14,089.93
#12,599.39
335.00
390.05
74.25
1
78.01
563.81
#22,275.34
#12,751.65
 r
1
hhl oil Qommm m wmm& imsm
1949
B*C*€.S. stataaeirt shows
Sept* B/s Bartial chargs for F&el Oil A/f 6/49
Mar.14-19        Fuel Oil supplied at Las Balsaa
Mar. 22 *     *        *        a   mv% of Bvmin
Apl. 28 Rayyant naftyr .^o, The Shell J^etroletm
Co. Ltd* London
Feb •& Mar.       Fuel Oil on board when received from
builders
Mhr. 5 Additional fuel supplied at Glasgow
mi IB Bayynt J«#e to ^ 1W»lfr.! 1W*^
Co. Ltd. lonfeon
£1164- 0- 8
1216-13-10
£1179-22- 3
lfa«f%fflffi»r*tf*
# 4,828.00
9,618.22
22,726.42
#27*172.54
 POBT CB&BQBS, ETO. A/C "e. MfiBGQEBTO'
1949
Jan.
Apl. 3
Customs entry (tuay rent) on maps
Furness Withy & Go's, disbursements
at Los Angeles
£0-12- 6
# 2.52
1,091.22
Mar. 21-23 Archer Coal Depot Co's. disbursements
at Port of Spain
Msr. 25-26        W. Andrews a Go's, disbursements at
Cristobal
470- 2- 3
1,899.25
2,722.44
# 5*715*33
 23926-A
flc.
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D0~l~ui^*3k CU tdbfe «JMh    ' • ' ; ';,rw-4-
•'
mi maoimt of 320*00 will aptjaar
• ISonre faithfiil^>
Manager*
 H. C. REID
GENERAL  AUDITOR
M. C.  BARBER
G.   E.  WARNER
ASSISTANT  GENERAL  AUDITORS
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
OFFICE  OF   THE   GENERAL   AUDITOR
Montreal 3,   Efecember 30, 1949,
Gapt* O.Ja Williams,
Manager,
B*C. Coastal Steamships Service,
Victoria. B.C.
FiLENo.   C-300«1-SS-*3B
/
dT"
[yog
Dear Sir;
Referring to your letter of December 8,
file 13926-A, relative to amount of $138,969 still to be
charged in connection with the "Princess Marguerite11 and
"Princess Patricia"*
My wire of December 20, advised you to
capitalize $109,4.10 and charge doubtful items representing the balance of $29,559 to Operating Expenses*
November Balance Sheet changes $109,4-00,
only on this account and necessary adjustment of $10 should
be made on your December Balance Sheet*
Yours truly,
General Auditor*
 Vs-
/ 1330
/       Victoria, 1#C#» 6 Jan 50
/
J, Lorlraer..,,,,,,Montreal, Que,
1-8   fader authority General Auditor amounts prerioualy ©barged to
operating expenses these teo_*esoel8 totalling #87,199 now fouad
lpj)ropriai».on 5S*"2,
acceptable aa ©hargeable to Capital Appropriation SS-2 , trere adjusted
our Howeu&er Balance Sheet.   Ih93.
■0. J. Williams
 CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
W.D.NEIL, General Manage..
a STANDARD TIME *A ***** *l
Montreal, December 31st, 1949.
To All Officers and Employees:
My sincere gOQd wishes for the New Year are again extended to you and the members
of your family.
In the year just closing the bright hopes we Held for a peaceful and fully productive
world have been short of realization. Those nations earnestly pursuing harmony throughout
the world have been thwarted by the unrest created by those who do not share these peaceful
aims. We can only renew our hopes, dedicate our thoughts and direct our actions to the
ultimate attainment of a truly United Nations world.
For those of the Canadian Pacific, 1949 has been a year of considerable accomplishment,
although our problems, so well known to you, have not diminished. Such financial relief as
has been granted within recent months will not bridge the gap between what the Company
has and what it needs, and the many thousands who have invested their savings in the
Company with confidence in its future and that of the nation, share with you anxiety as to
those problems and the desire to see them overcome.
Canada, in 1949, continued the progress and development entered upon at the close
of the war, and we begin the New Year with the sure knowledge that the Canadian Pacific
is equipped and prepared to play in the future the conspicuous part it has played through
so many years in the continuing development of our great land.
 UMfoiuMll
CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
Wc/dd Wiclbi CcrmmAMvLcGticmA
W.D.N El L,General Manager,Montreal
"The filing time shown in the date line is STANDARD TIME at place of origin. Time of receipt is STANDARD TIME at place of destination.'
01 6 1950
EPVRA167  RS  RX /
PR MONTREAL QUE 6
CAPTAIN 0 A  WILLIAMS
VICTORIA   /Q^a/cUO
TRANSPORTATION LINE  SERVICE EXPENSE SHOWN ON NOVEMBER J 9*2 FORM
D.O.   582-B# PRINCESS MARGUERITE AND  PATRICIA SHOWS  LARGE
DECREASE COMPARED  WITH MONTH OF OCTOBER 1949 WIRE EXPLANATION RUSH
H-8
J  LORIMER ^-^~
...5£„ A^
/
Tfl
 * *    /fro
Victoria, a.C, Oaauary 4th, J&49i
Raid, l2.sq,»
Aeftltcr,..
Quo.
Sir*
to my letter of tha 23rd oltiao, your £13*
C300»l««.
,.f^-v,,-.,^
5:2
I am no* triclosln- the-following duplicate receipted
invoices of the Quest Metal Works Ltd., t»
May 25th, 1949.    Installing Brackets  #20322   #27.80
Hay 26th, 3949.   HaMng I*»4*#*fca    #20339   25.79
$53.59
faithfully.
 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY - PACIFIC REGION
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
General Repairs to - "Transfer #ln  ("Prospect Point")
Built 1942 (WOODEN)
Appropriations - 1950
DETAILS OF WCRK AMOUNT TOTALS
DECK^RE^IgS
General overhaul and inspection repairs $  4,850
re-caulk all deck seams 1*600
Move fresh water tank from seating, scale
exterior and apply preservative and replace 600     $> 7,050
EilINE_RErA,IRS
Annual inspection repairs to donkey boiler
and machinery 550
TOTAL $  7,600
Necessity %    To keep transfer barge in operating condition*
  __m„.™_-_™_ Marine Superintendent
,         . ^Superintendent Engineer
 Manager
December 15, 1949.
 K. S. RUSSELL, President
Quest
UeSl METAL WORKS LTD.
871   HOMER ST.,  VANCOUVER,  B.C.
MArine 9388
December 29, 1949
Canadian Pacific Railway Co*
VICTORIA, B* C*
Gentlemen:
Your File 13926-A
As requested in yours of December 9 and 23rd* we are
attaching duplicate, receipted copies of invoices
number 20322 and 20339.
We regret the delay in forwarding same on to you and
trust we have not caused too great an inconvenience*
Thanking you, we remain
GD/S
Yours very truly,
QUEST METAL WORKS LIMITED,
/&. Dryburgh^     *
Accounting Department
SHEET METAL MANUFACTURERS
INDUSTRIAL SHEET METAL
CUSTOM BUILT KITCHEN EQUIPMENT
HE QUEST FOR THE BEST ENDS AT QUESTS
 13926-A
Victoria, B*C*, December 23rd, 1949.
... C. Beid# Esq.*
General Auditor,
Montreal, Que.
Dear Sirs
Reference your file C300~1~SS*
I am enclosing herewith in duplicate the following
receipted Merchants* Invoices covering detailed oharges shown
on our adjusting Capital Appropriation Statement sent ydu 8th
instant. *!
Ua             -     ^                  Sate pLiiMpgfi    Sfi* 4MH
Mteamship Inspection Service       April 21/49       f 310*00
Steaashi Inspection Service       June  3/49 25#G0
Victoria f&ehineiy Depot Co.       July 9/49 231*41
Pacific Sheet Metal Works, Ltd*     June 29/49 27.13
Iiloydfs Reglst r of Shipping.      June  l/49 60*00
Pacific Sheet Metal forks Ltd*      June  1/49 116*00
Victoria Connaught Seamen1s Institute April 1/49 * 21*45
Victoria Gonnaught Seamen*s Institute ifay  6/49 34*75
Victoria Machinery Depot Co*        Jul   9/49 19*48
Invoices have yet to be received from Quest total .forks
Ltd*, but these will be passed to you as soon as available*
lours faithfully,
Manager*
 13926-A        \J~:^
Victoria>ja*C*, Dedeiaber 23rd, 1949* :
Quest total Works, , " . :
871 Bomer St.,
Vancouver* B*C*
Dear Sires-
On-the 9th instant I wrote you as foUowst**
nTo conform to our Audit Department requirements
in connection with the outfitting on this Coast of the ?*£•¥«
"Pr* Marguerite11',' we must supnlj duplicate receipted'accounts in"
support of all disbursements.
It-would be appreciated, therefore, if you would
kindly prepare and forward to this office, in duplicate, receipted -
account covering the followingt~
25 May 49  Braekets     §27*80
26 May 49     * 25.79®
To date the above do not appear to have been reeeived
It would be appreciated if these could fee $ent here as soon as
possible*
lours faithfully,
Manager*
 CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
VioiM Wide, &nviMAJuifuucxdti£xYih,
STANDARD  TIME
"Th. filing tin., shown in tho date line is STANDARD TIMB at place of origin. Time of receipt is STANDARD TIME at place of destination.'
W.D.NEIL Genepa* Manager Montreal
1949 DEC 20  PM  7   40
VRA476  RS
MONTREAL QUE 20
0 J WILLIAMS
VICTORIA BC
YOUR  LETTER  DECEMBER  8  PRINCESS  BOATS,   $138,969 REPORTED STILL TO
BE  CHARGED.   NOVEMBER BALANCE SHEET SHOULD  CAPITALIZE   $109,400.,
AND CHARGE  DOUBTFUL  ITEMS   $29,559 TO  OPERATING  EXPENSES. \
C.430
H  C REID
'   M ■'
  NATIONAL  REVENUE,  CANADA
CUSTOMS AND EXCISE
REVENU   NATIONAL  DU   CANADA
DOUANES ET ACCISE
rlf&Pr
Victoria,   ^#C.
Portof Becei&ber- 10th
Bureau de /4a
Canadian  Pacific Railway, jC
(Steamship Services ) ^&^^U^   /3<jui& /}
Victoria,   B.C. (y~~^
Re- Steamshio   Inspection,   *,rjr8.Farguerite )
April 21st,1949.
Replying to vour letter of the 9th inst#f resoectinp
the ahove noted♦
As requested please find enclosed certified cot>y in
duplicate•
Yours   truly,
7     '* /
II    J) Collector  of^onatoras fe ""'rcise.
 CANADA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
STEAMSHIP INSPECTOR'S OFFICE
ATVictoria, B.  Ca
December 10, 1949.
Capt* 0. J. Williams,
Manager,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Victoria, B*C.
Your file - 13926A
Dear Sir:
I am in receipt of your letter of the ninth
regarding account of #25.CO covering inspection of"Princess
Marguerite11 June 7, 1949*
Our account for this inspection was dated May 28,
1949t and was paid by your company on June 3rd for which our
receipt No* 8856, was issued*
I am now enclosing copy of this account, in duplicate,
duly receipted*
Yours truly,
AAS/S
enc
a 0.;
A* A* Stephens,
Steamship Inspector,
 FORM   I02GJN
J^&*j
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Victoria, B*C. December 9th, 1949
Victoria Machinery Depot, Go* Ltd*,
Victoria, B.Ca
Dear Sirs:
To conform to our Audit Department requirements,
in connection with the outfitting on this Coast of the
T*E.V* Pr. Marguerite, we must supply duplicate receipted
accounts in support of all disbursements*
It would be appreciated, therefore, if you would
kindly prepare and forward to this office, in duplicate,
receipted account)covering the following:-
U/** i,   20 Apr 49   Cleaning Boilers    #231*41
U/0 3>   22 Apr 49  Plimsoll marks       19.48
Yours faitaif ullgf, ^
- «■ *
Bf 	
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MANUFACTURERS  OF  STEEL  PRODUCTS
BRANCH   OFFICE  AND   FACTORY:
COMOX   ROAD  AT   MILL   STREET
Nanaimo. B.C.  -  Phone 454
Victoria, B.C.
CANADA
12th December 1949
2^-
Phone   Beacon-3169
1007-9-11 Yates Street
Mr* A.J. Williams,
Manager, B.CaC.S.
C*P.R. Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir:
As requested in your letter of the
9th insta,t file 13926-A,  w^ ar^ enclosing
two copies of receipted accounts covering
work done on the T.E.V.  Princess Marguerite<
Yours very  truly,
PACIFIC SHEET METAL  WORKS LIMITED
Per:
' a
ALL  AGREEMENTS   CONTINGENT   UPON   STRIKES.   CHANGES   IN   CUSTOMS. TARIFF,   OR  OTHER   CAUSES   BEYOND   OUR  CONTROL
 Telephone: pacific 5188
TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS:
"REGISTRAR"   VANCOUVER
,1   United with'
j       THE
BRITISH
CORPORATION
I REGISTER.
lopb'S Register of pipping
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
1519   MARINE   BUILDING
Vancouver, B.C.
12th December, 1949*
Capt. O.J. Williams,
Manager,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co*,
B*C.Coast Steamship Service,
Victoria* B. C*
Dear Capt* Williams:-
T*S*S* "PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
We duly received your letter of the 9th instant
requesting duplicate receipted accounts in connection with
our survey of the above mentioned ship in April last*,
We have pleasure in enclosing the required
copies herewith*
Yours very tru]
For the Surveyors.
RR/A
End*
 !M.# Raid, Esq.,
Auditor,
Victoria, B.C. S*e«aber 9thp 19,0
Up
Further to say latter of the 8th instawfc
year £11* C~3G0-l*SS*3b.
Will you kindly note that itera appearing
la Jane 1949 Audit Notes, part of $1943* should according
to supporting data have been distributed a© follows**
SS2 .
1922 1943 1922 21
Will you pleas* oak. t2*e tjeeaeaai-y alteration*.
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 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY - PACIFIC REGION
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
General Repairs to Wharves and Docks
Appropriations - 1950
Sheet # 2
Necessity: To maintain wharves and buildings in safe and serviceable
condition.
Dub to the fact that Newcastle Island has not been used since
the start of the war, and as it has been necessary to
curtail expenditures wherever possible, the facilities at
that point have suffered considerable deterioration and are
now at the point where it is absolutely imperative to
undertake major repairs to ready the Island for resumption
of business in 1950.
^Marine Superintendent
^Superintendent Engineer
^Catering Superintendent
Mb n a g e r*
October 31st, 19-49.
 13926-A
Victoria, B.C*   December 8th, 1949
AIR jftllf
H.O. K©id
General A
Ess,*,
Auditor.
Sirs
Beferenee your file C-30O-l«SS»3b of the 3Bth ultiia©
in connection with capital expenditures incurred in the construction and delivery of the t.e.v. * Prince** Marguerite*
and t»a.v* Princess Patricia8•
With your instructions in wind this whole Batter
has been reviewed, and amended figures prepared as par the
attehed detail. Where it aaa considered that items ware part
of the cost of the procuring the vessels, but not claimable
under the restrictions imposed by the U.K. tonnage Replacement fund, such have b@m placed In the doubtful column for
your decision, or merely shown as non-claimable capital charges.
there sufficient detail has bean avail** , signed
in duplicate have been attached in support of those
on which it is considered a claim will be based* In the
of audit notes an extract has been sad©, where necessary,
frees the actual data sent to us mtmthly by the Auditor of Disbursements. It is presumed that you will call on his for
clarification if further detail is required* In the case of the
following items receipts are being obtained and will ba forte you as soon a* received.-
Steamship Inspection    $335
Vouchers    564
 Victorla,B.C. Deeeaber Sth, 1949
- 2 -
(continued)
So action will b* taken here la clearance of the
amount of $138,969* still to be charged until further advice
1* received fro* you* If you desire that tha whole tatter be
cleared in our lloveaber Balance Sheet your wived edvice by the
21st December alii ba in sufficient time.
la eoaneetion with the effective date of delivery of
the t.e.v. •Princess Marguerite* I am of the opinion that tills
should ba considered to be the 25th April 1949 which was the
date of h*r availability for service, this is la accordance
with the understanding the original "Princess Marguerite* was
to be returned to this Service in a suitable condition for
traffic, i.e., the condition in which ah* was taken
in 1941.
lours faithfully,
Manager*
 Charged to #*t*
as per G.A. Hie C-300-1SS » of 2
Audit
• Goat of fuel Gil
£EE££K*K!
payroll*
Chargad to
Bepatrlatiom of British
30th 1949
§   87,293
W*f34
5,193
27,9a?
24
416
19
937
$243,341
titer**  /fcs*    Ss-y. C^czd &*'
-sssary s c c » s lo.
(FCRG.A.
#87,293
as
24
10,656
♦ 44,307
17,534
5,193
668
852
19
93?
2
9§e
27,96?
24
416
19
#87,33       #ai0,?23
499.529
lit, fffigSIA
# 42,986
17,534
3,847
66
m
24
j*as|
3,421
15,656
436
J9©
audit
Charged to
Iteas still to
B*s»tariatio** of Crew
at
at
of
Cim*)
f^pwg^^^***
31st 1949.
per detail ($138,9694
lteas to
J949*
m
#243,680
75il3&
•
162
6*tf?
5
2
176
28
887,371        81*7,266        # 188
27,351 82,247      29,371
899,678
8114,722        8199,513    #29,559
o.rra
78
1
Ml
6,316
$1D5,14?
- 62,695
^7 to
^ik^
7^77-C^J^u^J^
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/$ r*ty,
r7
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Canadian Pacific r
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST £
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS
Marguerite                         Period End
ailway Company
STEAMSHIP SERVICE
AND DISBURSEMENTS
Maiden Voyage
i n g i..?^....49. to...6 Apr .49	
B.C.C.S. 64
...194	
CREDITS
Date
Trip No.
TO WHOM PAID
FOR WHAT
Amount
BCCSS Crear
Advances
I        soloo -
British Crew
dq
Aio
loo" •
do
Exchange
|66-  '
do
Portage Bill
3,208
21 '
do
Grm Overtime
836
[05 '
Shipping Master
British-Hational Insurance
366
10 -
do
British Income Tax*
148
34 '
do
Industrial Insurance
78
49 "■'■■'
do
Fees
53
00 -
Customs
Siek Mariners1 Dues
47
58 j*
Wireless Operator
Tolls
102
[08 -r
C&G and Esquimalt*
Taxi Service
4
►50 "     !
Bank of Montreal*
Excise Stamp
,06
Suroiiiary
Credits       $5,335 #67
Debits              hL2*$6
Net Di
sbursements          #5*193.11
#5,335
.67         [
DEBITS
Date
Trip No.
From Whom Received
For What
Amount
Collections fort-
Wireless Tolls
Exchange
102
f
,68
.66-
*f*5                   1
rostege
Wines aM Tobacco
38
.50
142[
,56
no ite
This r
ms to
eport must b
report, same
e signed and sent to my Accountan
to be endorsed "NIL."
t promptly at the close of each period.
O. J. WILLIAMS, A
If there ar
flanager.
e
 (Charges appearing la August 1949 Audit Wotes)
J8bff*fi*» 8t $,
.at fte«gfft Jitoffi
#480*78
79.90
Clyde Ptlotaee Authority      224*22
Board & Aeeeamodatlaa 394*10
aM*m
Miscellaneous 3,03.03
Total Expenses at Glasgow
$1,677*37
12,157.61
aMJm
fetal atpeases at Mverpoel
2,42
4.04
Supplies
4,934.60
of personnel not
applicable to either beat
fetal Expense at hao&m
total
1 E^oin^es
B.C.C.S.S*
27,4%*54 <^
Uk^
oJb-$>~
J
iftt-i
 (Charges appearing in August 1949 Audit lotes)
Sundry ffereons m aUotawta
Dues on Buriters % prc^i*> foreign dues
Sundry Bsritons m IGLlcrtswtite
Cost ©f Ot&lee
Hire cf Oars q/o Sailing Br* ffttrieia
H# I*of^ *» jytlotwnt
Mrs* C* lot*     *
Sundry
60. 0*0
242*40
119.18.3
484*45
2. 0*0
8*08
2*19.8
22.05->
2*10,8
10.23
4. 0*0
26.16
2* 0*0
8.08
51.14.1
208*88
990*33
Rail tickets Issued to ere* Joining
S/S/ Princess ffetrieia
Rail tickets issued to repatriated
Br, ffetrlaia - Goods sup Had
Heavy Oil
Bantering Br, Batrlela at   Glasgow Hth
445.80 tons Marine Fuel Oil
265,06 tens Fuel Oil • Br, Patricia
Rail charges on toilet paper
Bulk travel touchers Patricia
Gash advance to cover meals from
Bristol to Glasgow for saaiabere of
repatriated crew Pr* fatriela
5.19.9
24.19
5*22*6
22,72
46.91
161*19*6
103. 3.0
654.38
416.72
£62. 8.8
.060. 4.10
. 8.9
28. 5.6
5.26.4
9,240,23
4,283,38
1,77
124,23
23.50 e
2. 0,0
8,08
$34,642.29
#15,679.53
94
/a
 (Charges appearing October 1949 Audit Botes)
nte?fflg*?i blJ/s, Br,
Supplies for Chief Electrician, S/S Br* Patricia
leaps, Chokes and Starter svitoha*
leap Supplies
Cost of supplying Fuel Oil to FT* Patricia at
San Juan, May 22, 2949
Value of Idght Marine Fuel OH Bunkers, remaining
oa boar d a/s fr* Patricia when teasel was headed
over by the Builders on lay 20, 1949
100 tons Hght Maria* Fuel Oil 2,222,00
lighterage © 4/ pt>r ton
Blaburseaents Incurred by S/S Br, Patricia at
las Palmes
Pilotage
Bill of Health • Ooluitfclan
$hip*K3hBnd2ar,s Act,
Fresh liter
Harbour dues on Mole
Conveyance for Consular Dospatehea
Harbour Ouas fariff
Supplies furnished s/S Pr, fatricia fro®
the. General Electric Co* leap etc*
Supply of 200 litres of Kerosene not previously
iticlacbd In S/S Pr* Marguerite's disbursement
74.98
40.62
72.99
58,81
121.20
13.08
25.45
19.01
326,73
266*92
2,324.40
2,302,80
441*68
363.14
mMMmfi
#5,941.86
Cost of fitting shortwave "Heetra* Receivers
s/s Pr, aargu*rite
S/s Pr* Patrlei*
Rental of "Sleetra Shortwave Rndlo Receivers
• S/S Pr* itueguwrlte
S/S Br. Patricia
Allotments payable at Glasgow
s-s Pr, Patricia • H, lev® * Ships Cook
s/s Pr* fatricia  Mrs, Helen faylor
Insurance preaiua cn Hired Blectra Receivers
Feb. 27 to Jon. 26
S/S Pr* Patricia and S/S/Pr* Marguerite
Cost of cables to Capt. 0. »?. VtUlu.
Pension eo«te£but!oa a/c W.R. ffSt@9 5th Engineer n/s/ Pr, Patricia
Balance of wages accruing to T,G, Palaar, waiter a/e
$/$/ ft?, Patricia
122.21C
234.18
35.82
49,01
8,08
48*48
,Xo<e
5.07 J>
1.75
241.26
#550.00
ORAM) fOfAL.,
■
&<U
 (Charges appearing October 1949 Audit Motes)
iwrotf it Ql^
Advancas against wages due • P»J* Byrne
Ships Cook and Baker
S/S/ Br* Patrloia
light
. fitting and listing
In flrslaaa Roe* s/s/ Pr, Patricia
Cost of cable to Captain O.JT, wllllaa*
Harbour wages for P,J» Byrne, July 18»31
S/S Pr, latrleia
frsnsportatioa charges oa one *Eleetra* short
Receiver on hire from Marconi Co, for delivery to
B/s/ fr* Patricia
for F, Rilay, Asst* Stewrd, less
&/$/ ?*>* Ibtrlela
Final rental payment covering hire of *83*et3u*
radio Receiver returned ax S/s/ fem Patricia
.20
23*43 d
2*08  j)
28*61
41*96
14.90
#170,77
LIj$jl^aJ
%u
>2
 Betail of Items still to be
CIAIMABIE
FOR
FROPORflOBATE
RECOVER!
CAPITAL APPEOPRIATIOM SS, 2
lMqirtlii.M^Mij.1^
B^UIPMEKT
BISf RIBUTIQl! SI
'"Ir'.l'iMfti""
OTHEB
PURCHASED
M CANADA
DOUBTFUL
(FOR G.JU
DECISIQH),     WZ
Payrolls - Standby
to
oa outward voyage,
Aecounts - Standby personnel
May 1948
June 1948
July 1948
August 1948
Sept 1948
1948
present during construction and
only - no assessments added)
tessments for personnel sent overseas for the specific purpose of
tessments for crew members held on board vessel during the outfit
from time of arrival la Victoria to time of availability for
during construction
to act as outward voyage crew.
Audit Botes - January 1948 -Cable to Glasgow from Montreal.
April 1948  - 8*st of Cables and Wages of Standby Personnel
-Cost of Cable and Wages of Standby Personnel
-Cost of Cables and Express
Expenses of Standby Personnel
premium under Workmen's Compensation Act.
Expenses of Standby Personnel
-Hiring of Cars and Cost of Cables re Launching of Pr. Marguerite
-Cost cf Cables and Wages and Expenses of Standby Personnel
-Charges as per detail. ($556.)
-Magee and expanses of Standby Personnel
-Cost of Transportation of Personnel to United Kingdom
January 1949 -Cost of Cables and wages and expenses of Standby Personnel
Feb. 1949  -Charges per detail. (#420.)
-Expenses Incurred at Glasgow in connection with launching Pr. Patricia
-transportation of Admiral Ramsay and Party a/e launching Pr. Patricia
-Accommodation and Meals supplied ores proceeding to United Kingdom,
-transportation Issued to crew members * St. John to Liverpool
-Charges as per detail. (#490.)
-Charges as per detail.
-Charges as per detail. ($859.)
kjuipaenfe Rental to time of availability.
at Port of Spain per detail. (#1,899.)
at Cristobal per detail. 112,722.)
at London per detail. ($4,077)
at Glasgow per detail. ($1,799.)
-Sleepers and meals furnished crews en route United Kingdom.
•transportation furnished ship's Officers to United Kingdom.
-Charges as per detail. (#1,943.1
-Charges as per detail, ($2,109.)
•Expenses incurred at Los Angelas.
-Transportation Issued personnel to Liverpool.
Stores Issues and Expense -Period March to July 1949.
Shop Labour performed at Victoria to time of availability for servioe.
Steamship Inspection at Victoria
Linen Issues and Expense - Period April to June 1949.
Direct Labour performed by Stores Department at Victoria during the months of April and June 1949.
Voucher - Steamships Earning Suspense - Air Transport of crew to Scotland*
District Accountant Montreal - Expenses of* Investigation Department escorting
1948
April 1949
1949
1949
Cost of provisions for crew meals served while outfitting at Victoria to time of availability.
Audit Mote Adjustment - Amount collected on allotment note.
TOTAL OF ITEMS STILL TO BE CHARGED ($138,969.00)
# 11,354        #
9,999
202
768
393
1,254
3
1,091
313
284
1,899
2,722
4,077
1,376
233
/fyyi^ir
829
26,690
4,863
335
464
40
564
1,993
26,690
464
197
#24,590
16,3^
3,478
768
393-
1,254'
3
1,091^
313'
284
1,899
2,722
4,077
1,376.
723-
622.''
1,943^
1,131
440^
3,087-
8,288
645
67
3,335
8
#14,127
7,847
3
326
438-
203
30
853
#8,807
9,999
4.414
£446
3
46
20
15
201
46-
333
556-
315'
928' ?
420
51
99-
487-
546-
423-
768
83
67
393
1,254
3
1,091
313
284
1,899
2,722
4,077
1,799
233
978
829
14,090
4,863
335
390
40
1,993
Tmwm&T
# 5,320
13,236
6,370
3,433
2,032
438
193
15
853
101
333
556
315
837
343
51
99
487
546
490
621
l/l
448
3,087
12,600
3,425
320
74
  27
2,786
3
1,342
8
1/W
$27,351
b Vi a
$82,247        $29,371       _JgZ6,274r
$62,69*
 tauta Ti "ftTi
of payrolls for en
covering period January to
$   363.12
3,118,99
5,79T*96
April 1-6 1^74.28 $11,354.35
April 7-24
IgMftanlaSj,* J M,M%
#81,353.60
Manager.
 •A*
•**
.   ?&rtanl   imr    r
Rate
J^pcwyxjt*
1st Officer
267
3rd Officer
200
Parser
9/31
2/31
8/31
9/31
267
77.52
Chief   Steward
13/31
15/31
8/31
256
123.87
2nd Officer
239
61.68
263.07
Allowance W,L. & A.L
291
76.29
339.36
i3 ii*   *yk
11,89
lf#CeB*   2§"
8,48
U.I.C.    1
3.19
23.76
February 1929 (Voyage)
Master
14/28
14/28
«*i2j|- f*^8k
420
410.00
Purser
14/28
14/28
28/28
W^tr^WM   Pa(W^
267
267.00
1st Officer
13/28
-mmo&JF .^^jj
27/28
267
257.46
2nd Officer
3rd Officer
14/28
14/28
14/28
I4/28
28/28
239
200
239.00
200.00
Chief   Steward
14/28
14/28
28/28
256
256.00
Q*Master*
12/28
42/28
54/28
155
298*92
Leading Dayman
4/28
14/28
18/28
155
99.64
Engine room Strk,
.     4/28
14/28
28/28
160
102.86
Water tenders
12/28
42/28
54/28
165
328.21
Waiters
22/28
42/28
54/28
173.57
334.74
2783.83
Allowance W.L.
& A*I**
Officers
29* of
1629.46
472,54
Ratings
19$ of
1154.37
219.33
3475.70
teejggfMtl
Pension
*ft
wl&l*Cl*w
WCS
2p
36*89
UIC
1^
3£.%
243#29
3718.99
 ttmm - fr.
Mfr.CTwM)
.AN
Tofel
",,*"% ^ v*
1st Officer
2nd Of fleer
3rd Officer
Strk.
Chief Steward
Chief
Electrician
420
267
267
239
200
155
155
160
165
173.57
256
382
278
245
Amount
420.00
267*00
267*00
239.00
200,00
465,00
155.00
160.00
495.00
520.71
256.00
382.00
278.00
245.00
4339.71
Allowance I.L, & A.L, Officers
Ratings
of
2544.00
1795.71
737.76
341,38
5418.65
018
1
289.65
135.47
-54.33  379.31
5797,96
 m r 4w» Ht .(fojigf),
JHBHL
1st Officer
2nd Officer
3rd Officer
strx.
Chief Engineer
Chief   Steward
420
267
267
239
200
155
155
260
265
382
278
245
256
173-
82.00
53,40
5%
47.80
40.
93.
31.
32.00
99.
7640
55.60
49.00
51.20
867.94
W.L, & A.L, Officers
Ratings
29* of 508.80
Wt of 3^44
147.55
68.24
Voyage Overtime
1377.83
836
1
48.22
34.
1474.28
 gAJROLh - pr,
of Arriyal to tfc
J=UL
3k£k fofal
Asst* Purser
Freight Clerk
Asst. Purser
let Officer
1st Of f icer
3rd Officer
3rd Officer
^'Masters
Chief
3*d
Difri
4th
In rate
Chief Electrician
O/Electrlclans
Engineroom Strk,
Wipers
Chief Steward
2nd Steward
Porters
Chief   Cook
2nd Cook
Coffee Shop Super.
Coffee Ro a Attds.
3rd Cook
4th Cook
2nd Baker
5/»
15/30
9/30
6/30
5/30
7/30
27/30
9/p
7/30
22^0
54/30
8/30
12/30
§/m
4/38
420
68.33
399
39-
267
204.70
228,57
123*86
203.57
27.24-
208*57
41.71
267.00
44.50
256
42.67
239
200
243.40
46.67
195
155
263.50
155
150
125.00
150
225.00
145
555.83
206
3.53
382
216,47
278
148.26
245
171*50
29*03
234
124*80
195
305*50
130*66
322.00
160
80.00
165
242.00
160
304.00
150
435.00
120
132.00
256
036*54
213.90
201
173.57
4C
148.57
772.56
153.57
87.02
148.57
19.
130
125.67
123
348.50
205
123.00
175
105.00
155
93.00
142
85.24
260
22
132.46
52.98
155
46.®
175
23.33
175
23.33
152
5.07
152
10.23
242
42.60
137
95.90
142
7126.94
 PJfffiQjyfc * ft* ffrrffitrttv, * April lit it
toft tfApf. rf Arrival J&.ttML£9l
(continued)
JML
Lea vs m Officers
Eatings
Subsistence
Allowance
Engine 0*wtiiite
Beek Qrortiiie
Forward *.••*<
2SH*   ^t
19*   at
38
454
16*24
Jpja^
.J&ltS...
62
404
858
117
2507.54
4609.40
1.00
•50
.85
727.19
875.79
200.00
429.00
9348*37
Assessments   Pension
we*
WIG
• 9248.37
* 9348.37
• 9348.37
323.69
233.71
93.46;
9999.25
 in
of personal
-£il2J&aL
8* Mcintosh
S. Mitchell
R,H.
W,
M« Cor«L*M
E.W*Me*dCM
B, ilteholl
A,W.
B.J.
J* Mcrfolk
B,
0.A*
8*8, Warwick
3*d
Chief
3rd Officer
1st Officer
4th
Manager,
 (Charges appearing December 1948 Audit not**)
Ctraicfr8haz& W* D*        Ssifesiststiee Bm^^Am* 3f>0etdber> IS**
?*M3
Cruickshank 1, D,        Subsistence Catobwr 15*0etdber 31,,
38.7®>
Cruickshaiik f, 0.        Sa2ary   Month of October
238,36 >
Cruickshank W« D#         Personal Expenses Sept, & Oct,
31,993
Cost of aceorasadation for Admiral and Lady Patricia
Ramsey and MaM
133.283
Hire cf oars a/e Launch of Princess lutrieia
34,60
Gratuities a/c             Launch of Princess Patricia
36,16 3
#517.35
Bulk travel Voueters a/c   Mr* ireatie*    ///?
77.23
$594.60
TlaJ^^
_
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_   	
	
 (Charges appearing February 1949 Audit Botes)
,Mo* 1H4MHP
WJ5, Crulcksbank, Subsistence, Sec, 1-15
* « Salary •     1-15
» » Salary »   26 - 31
Postmaster - Airmail postage
Corm*rcisl Cable Co* - Cost of cable
$ 36,36 J>
119*28 J>
119,18 £
21*11 J>
2,22 i>
Cost of rail transportation Issued fw
Mr* D. aeRcld and Wrm W, D, Cruiekshank
021,71 •>
$409*66
 appearing April 2949 Audit totes)
* *
tfttpensw* faaarr*^ a* ",»»a»»*,w, a#
Personal Expenses - D, Cruickshank. • January 1949 11,42>
Sabsistanoe - 2nd half of Oeeeajeer 1948 for D, Crulekshank 33,94>
^ping apeeifioation of proposed MMvlao weasel 48*4&#>t
bslstano© - w, D, Cruickshank - Jan, 1-15 36,362*
Salary                «           •               Jan, 1*15 119,l8i>
Cost of Cable - F*K, Bailey 2,88 J>
Cost of Customs eataey Quay Incurred 2,52 C
Salary - WJ>. Cruickshank • Jan, 16-31 220.02 ±>
Subslstanee - 1.0, Cruickshank • Jan, 26-31 38,78 *>
Subsistence - L.C, Bailey - Jan, 17-31 31.3l2>
Salary -   L. C, Bailey - Jan, 17-31 ^60,601)
#50549
Trarssportation iasued to the following i
D.D. Prentice *     7.15.5    tfrl
D. MacReid 3.13.1 -£
M* Crulckshahk 4,22,0 P
total
^    #570,23
^y
7-F,
/
<60
M
i
 (Charges Appearing April 1949 Audit Botes)
Feb. 1-24
Feb. 1-24
Feb, 1-14
F*b, 1-24
Cab!**
L*C, Bailey
L.C, Ballsy
Cruickshank
V
-;.D, Cruickshank
2 Salary etc.,
3 Salary etc,,
4 Subsistence
5 Commercial   Cable Company
6 Canadian Pacific Sepres.
7 Sundry Persons Cash Advances' (Crew)
8 Sundry Persons Harbor Bag.* & Subsistence (Catering Dept.)
9 Sundry Persons Harbor fares & Subsistence (Engineering Dept.)
10 Salary Fab, 15-28 L*C, Bailey
21 Sttbsistene* Feb* 15-28 L*C, Bailey
12 Subsistence Fib* 15-28 W.D. Cruickshank
13 Salary Feb* 15-28 wj>, Cruickshank
#28*28^
62.29
219.18
33.94~»
13*77 >
10.33 5>
141,40 €
69,62
10234
62^9J>
28,28 J>
33,943
119*183
IKS
Coat of rail transportation for the following t
0* Prentlc®
11 fl.
W.F* islter
J>
P. A, Trowsdal* ->
#fQi»flfl(
$875,89
7^J Ola *^A.
j2W~.
JFZ
if-H*.
*/*
 Stmms
Water
Cheat et
#428#03.
63tS7
HS#63
23.24
Captain1 a a/e Ceefa
Slop ohest
7o»88
#490*49
(Apr, 49 Audit Mot**)
aaMwilMi
#1,091.12 d
telMff i PflftO ^T^NiffflMHBBft $W% °f ^fllflt
Harbour Dues
launch Hire
Ship Chandl*r»s a/e
Oil
Miscellaneous
Bfiffr of Mffrttf»lt OF3-ffl>»liO
Canal Dues
Other expenses
S|ewart Stores
Engine and   Deck stores
Miscellaneous
*   2.40
76,00
1,734,31
54.16
,i i «JKt28,
(May 1949 Audit Botes)      #1,899.25 C
$1,021,68
27930
858.65
391.07
171.24
(May 1949 Audit Mot«s)       $2,722.44 o
i
t%/W
/o
/A^J^kJ
/&>V
 (Charges Appearing May 1949 Audit Motes)
London • Supplies for outward voyage S.S. "fir*
Disbursements at London Head am**
Catering   Dept* Stores
; $2240*91
Pursers Dept*
70.89
Deck Stores
84*20
Engine Dept. Stores
1672.09
General
8.67
QM^t^^z
/I
$4G76.66C
4ji
 (Charged May 1949 Audit Motes)
Expenses incurred in connection with S/S Br. MjKSwerite
at Glasgow*
Charge for visa of alien crew list
A,B. Smith - wages & subslstenee-Feb, 25 to
Overtime — Sundry Persons
Barbour wages and'Subsistence P/fe Mar 2 (Catering)
• •      * » •     »       (Deck Dept)
• ■      • ■ •     ■       (Engine   Dept)
n         «        «              it               a      tt it i
L* C, Bailey 2 days salary & Subsistence J4
B, Mslson,   Harbour wages & Subsistence(Catering Dept. 5
Visa for bill of health
Visa for British bill of health
Cost dertlsatlon Exemption Certifi.
foundry Persons Allrtmeats - March 1949
Mae Bass Transport - Hire of ears
J* Patterson Motors Hire of ear
Customs Bond Ships Sextant
Cost of cable
f ,D. Cruickshank Subsistence March 1-15
• • Salary
Hire of ear * Glasgow - ShleMhall
Hartour Dues - Greenock
Hire of truck for crew baggage
Glasgow sailor's heme-board and lodrlags
Meals supplied crow at Shleldhell Dock
Supplying fresh water to S/S Marguerite
fees signing on crew
Air mail portage on photo to F.K, Bailey
Pilotage etc, from Custom House cuay to Cmfcrae Heads
Adjusting of compasses at Greenock
Supplying Photographic Prints
W,D, Cruickshrnk - Bereoriel Expense February
• ■      Subsistence larch 16-31
■    *      Salary
A. icKnight Subsistence Mar 21-31
■ Salary "   21-31
Sundry persons late work
2,02 c
35,02
12,42
108,20    •
23.50 c '
50.13c -
102.34
12,12 J>
4*75* -
9.0? r
12.80C
8.48
339.36
8,18*
4.54
2,12
15,76 J>
36,361'
119,18J>
3.23 A
268,49 C
4.24
101,55 <*
9,90*
38,73 '
17.70
5,66-k
049.63 !
47.07<"
6.06^*
11,013
33.94 J>
H9,28>
23.23 J>
46.13p
6,67 '
$1798,79
K-l>
 (Charges appearing June 1949 Audit Botes)
Big. AftLAAr.
Edison Swan IQ.ee, Co, • cost of supplies (Lamps) 2,24,10
Messrs Rusael & Co.          *     *        •        (Bilk tins) 10, 7,10
R» Douglas & Brittain Ltd,M   *         ■   (Repairing Canvas)   32,17. 9
Messrs Murray, MeVlanl* Ltd,""        • for Engine Dept* 288,13. 9
Messrs IleCorquodale A Co.   • •        " Stationary 1, 1* 3
Messrs Prices lubricants Supply of Belmollne 1*17, 6
Railway mn*%& oa rtationary 1, o, 3
Liihrieatiag oil reaainiag on board 236, 3, 8
Cash advaaee for meals to members of repatriated crew 1, 0, 0           12082*40   t
teno*f JMttTOIriJrt imfrw* tea Ms M% fr*. *foftrMtff,
Cash advances for meals to meslsers of crew 4,10* 0
Expenses A/C transfers of members of crew 12, 6
&1943.10 20,78 <L
$1943.10
/pv
/2ju q       «#•  ?<**' ^
 (Charges appearing June 1949 Audit Botes)
Sundry Persons - Advances a/c lapes Pr* Patricia
»        » Alle*m*ats Pr, Mareuerlte
Rental Radio Receiver ?tm Marguerite
D» Cruickshank - Subsistence - April 1-15
A, isEnlght • »     1-15
Sundry Persona - Gash Advances
Car Hire Pr* Marguerite
Booking Is tJhdeeklng Marguerite
Cost of Cables
J* Ronald - Cash Advance
Sundry Perapns Bal* of Wages • Byrne i Love
Rail Carriage on Tcy S- *) 1 a
Sundry B&rsoaa - Cash Advance
0 * Salaries for April 1949
A* MeKaight, Subsistence   April 16-30
D, Cruickshank   « •     26-30
Sundry - lages to crew - Pr, Marguerite
W. Dew,   Subsi*t*nee - April 20-30
C, Heckle      » *     20*30
J, Ronald, Cash Advance
Hiy^etir IhgMf UN* ftitrieia # April
Sundry*, Sslart.ee for Aprtil
S# Cairns ** Cmeh Mtai^e
J# fyfe * Itetty OMh
fteiiiiicfi Contfilbtiti^Bt txi 8 m Swetf Pr'«        tiwriMbfc'
9* 0,0
36.36
HO, 0,0
444*40 J   '
6*103
26*39^
% 0,0
36,36 J>
30*30 £
7,10*0
40, 0,0
161.60.? X
11,8
2*35
10*10,0
42,42^
8.9.7
34.26 >
5* 0,0
20,20C
12,16.8
51,84 £
0, 5,0
i,ca &fl
15, 0.0
60.60-#> >
89,16,8
362,92-^^
7.10,0
30,30 >
9.0, 0
36.36 j>
25.15.0
104*03 c --
5.15.0
23*13 >
5.15.0
23*23>!
5. 0,0
20,20 c
25, 0,0
ioi,oo-e^ i>.
60, 1,8
242,73
19, 6,0
77,97»**J»
5. 0.0
20.20
9.7
1.94
13.9
2.81^   —
493.26.3
1995*01
,ftv ttTMrwftf A/C"^,
Ball fares - 24v*rpoo2/G2asgow and
©mploye*s of B*C*C.S* ex *• s. E/Canada
to join s. s* *Vr* Marguerite*.   <28,7*5
for
red
frllA-<SQ
309*6©
&&
t I
J&Jtj*~Ci
U^m-^a.
Jf&J. (x^^lM^u.4--^
91S
%
r?
/
 BRITISH COLUMBIA C
wmxp:
PRINCESS  MARGUERITE
Shop Labour for the Period 16th Hatch - 24th Aoril 1949,
*****'**>mWmmmmimm.mmmm**mmmmmmMmmmmmmmm*immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmw^ .■iiiiimnwMinmnn'm <-im.n>i+» mmmmmmmmmimmmMmmmmmm
SHOP
Machine
Carpenter
Paint
Electrician's
Plumber's
Rigger's
Sailmaker's
HOUBS
601|
32
losf
64
897,,
113
65
92
56
41|
RATI
$1.22
1.08
.99
.74
1.22
.99
1.17
1.24
1.22
1.22
1.28
1.17
1.22
AMOUNT
Shop Expense 305
1734.14
34,56
102.71
47.36
$ 918.77
1208.01
52,97
1254.98
1050.37
140.12
66,93
1259.48
79,30
79.30
112.24
112.24
65.52
65.58
50.63
50.63
13740.86
1122,26
14863.12
O.T.^
Manager.
!%$$?$&% itQ,t 8 yto 4?
 british QQimmiA coast swiibhxp ssrvxoi
•
PRQfGBSS
PATRICIA
Shop
Labour for the Period 16th March - 14th June 1949.
AMOUNT
SHOP
BOOBS
2^^^^feiSS^
Machine
351|
$1.22
$ 428,53
26
1.08
£3*08
198g
.99
196.52
16
.78
12.48
$ 665,61
Carpenter
847%
1.22
1098,91
14
.99
13.86
1047,81
Patnt Shop
120
1.24
143.80
sa|
1.22
28,98
484
1.17
566.23
744.06
Electricians
2Q|
1.SE
25.01
25.01
timber* &
Rigger*8
51
54
1.22
1,
62.22
62.22
63.18
^allmaker's
22
1,22
Shop Expense 30$
26.84
26.84
#2634.73
790.42
 ^•igti^y^i   iiiXift. lfif^i3TIJ!Ki^yr^.'t^Lw*
Sir ot lalnasir pwfoawd hy Storoa &(qpil€f$es
irJiu i iil   ,.lu.....,ln     .ftglffilt.  ffgllillllflaft .„,,       i    , n, •■■.,,,■■,.
April #A« 1949 * Seisiar *Hcnh» Cfteoking ani
Shipping l^^itoy IS3#48
- Chauffeur to and tpom
Drytiock* lo#9§
§40.43
Meals supplied era* raeuibers during the period
of fflill.'ll.lag at Morfc     ,„
Apr 7th to 24th inclusive,     5,008 aeals at ,398        #1,993
Manager.
Ttalfltfftt Mit § flttfrA?*
 Victoria Machinery Depot • cleaning
boilers prior to entry into revenue
- Br« Marguerite 231.41
Victoria Machinery Depot- PlinsoU
Fr. Marguerite 1948
Quest Metal forks - asking and installing
brackets for Pr* Marguerite 53*59
Faciflo Sonet Metal forks - Menu rack* for
Fr* Marguerite 27*13
Lloyd's Register of Shipping Bxanlnation of
Fr* Marguerite 60*00
Pacific Sh*et Metal Works - Vents for
Fr* Iferguerite 116*00
R« Morris - Meals suppli«d to craw of
Pr, iferguerite during outfitting 21*45
Victoria Cenaangbt Seasons Institute
W*aW*5y    i3WAJ«#^^AHi.^»**A    \fmm *•»*<     k*JU    . A #    Itui&m. |pttA*i*^> »#.- Wv
during outfitting 34.75
563.81
 Victoria* B*C* December 9th, 1949
Lloyds -Begiater of Shipping,.
1519 Marine Bldg#,
Vancouver, B*C*      ,
Dear Sirs*
fo conform to our Audit Department requirements
in connection wit**jj&e* outfitting on this Coast of tlie
f *Ea?* fr* Marguerite, we must supply duplicate receipted
accounts in support of all disbursements*
It would b^ appreciated, therefore, if you wold
kindly prepare and forward to this office, in duplicate,
receipted account cohering the following***
18 A pr 49 . Immination      |60*00
Yourgs faithfully, j - •
Manage r>
 PAGE    TWO
EMFLOYEE NUMBER
NAME
PERCENTAGE
142834
BISHOP, Sidney C.
8
300996
BJORK, Allan E.
- 11
157365
BLACK, Arthur T.
■ 12
318718
BLANCHARD, Franklin J.
10
190003
BOOTHBY, Arthur W.
12
318679
BCRUSHYNSKI, John H.
10
127392
BORROWMAN, Richtsro T,
12
126753
BOSQUET, Francis H.
6
126644
BOULTER, Harold J.
9
320149
BOYD, James R.
6
127591
BRIGGS, Tern R.
6
309406
BROWN, Douglas A.
12
126937
BROWN, J<->hn •
10
198511
BROWN, Robert A.
8
309481
BROWN, Robert C.
10
188729
BROWNE, Vernon M.C.
9
198518
BROWNING, Wilfred B.
6
311695
'BROWNING, William E.S.
10
127399
BRUNET, Alfred J.
11
173651
BURCHILL, George H,
13
180100
BURNS, Robert
12
127173
BURNS, Thomas
10
317062
BURROWS, William G,
10
130263
BURROWES, Gilbert W.
12
184836
BURTON, Alan R.
11
126841
BUTHCER, John S.
7
318768
BYERS, Harold R.
4
166210
CALCUTT, Edna M. (Mrs.)
10
313457
CALLAN, John D,
12
127464
CAMERON, George P.
12
126913
CAMPBELL* Jnr-u- JEU_
 Victoria, B.C.   December 9th, 1949
371 Honer St*>,
VaitKrv-uvwr, B*C*
$ir*t
7c conform to our Audit   Bepartoent requlressnts
la connection with the * outfitting on this Coast of the
f .E.V, Pr, Mergunrlte, we auat supply duplicate receipted
accounts In support of el."
It would he up. rotated, therefore, if f&a. would
kindly prepare and fonaud to this office, in duplicate,
receipted account covering the foliowingt*
25 May 49      Brackets #27*80
26 fey 49 »        '     '   -        25.79
•Sour* faithfully.
Manager*
 PAGE FOUR
EMPLOYEE NUMBER
NAME
PERCENTAGE
176518
FINSAND, Oscar
1
195395
FLANAGAN, Micheal J.
3
320108
FLEMING, Andrew D.
10
137930
FORD, David B.
10
311621
FORTIN, Leonel A.
8
157383
FOSTER, Ada F. (Miss)
10
197422
FOSTER, Edward C.
11
165196
FOSTER, Jack A.
5
318757
FRANKLIN, Fred
9
169764
FRANZ3N, Margaritha A.(Mrs
,) 10
196307
FRASER, Albert
6
309515
FRIESEN, Jacob     (
5
318767
FULTON, Patrick B.F..M.
12
184872
GALESKI, Selma M.(Miss)
10
184850
GALLARD, Cyril
10
136156
GALLIER, Horace
3
313439
GALLOP, Roy L.
10
117991
GAME, Wilfred C.
6
178227
GAWRON, Vincent
3
127321
GAWTKORN, Stephen
11
150738
GERBER, Walter J.
8
303474
GERRATH, Edward L.
12
300430
GERRATH, John R. '
12
173666
GIBBS, Harold C.S,
13
127343
GILCHRIST, Gordon M.
4
198653
GILCHRIST, Peter A.
4
315653
GILLIES, John
12
315557
GIULIANI, Lillian I.(Miss)
10
142731
GLEAVE, Herbert
3
300738
GLUSHKA, Charles J.
12
 fiotoria, B.C. , D*c«ber 9th, 1949
Pacific Sheet Metal Works,.
2009 Xstea Street,
Victoria, B,C. •■ ■< F
"8*
To oenf <xm to our Audit £*p*jFfce«tit requirements,
in connection with the outfitting oa .this Coast of the .
1'.M.V* Fr* Maria*rite, we must W>yp2y daplleet* r***lp**4
accounts la support of all., disbursements*
It would be appreciated, therefore, If you would
kindly prepare aafl forward to this office, in duplieat*,
receipted account covering, tb* following.*
25 Apr 49      Vents #216,00
17 May 49      Menu Backs 27,13
lour* faithfully,
r.
 -^r^^-r-r^:
  -cnji^iinwiuj, auurej ivi,VM-LSSy
^7
127573
GOODWIN, Benjamin A*,
6
127155
GOSLING, Frank J.
6
315602
GRANDaHL, John M.
7
126987
GRAVES, William C.
9
313513
GRAY, Robert
6
192367
GREAVES, Allan H.
11
305909
GREENLAW, Robert
10
310506
GRIFFITH, Arthu- C.
11
172077
. GRIGG, John N,
12
317027
GR0ENEN, Helena J.M,(Mrs.)
10
127125
GROVES, George V.
6
308161
GUY, Odil L.
12
313527
HAGSTROM, Carl E.
10
308055
HAIGH, Euith K.(Miss)
10
134892
HALKETT, Hugh D.
8
127525
HALLIDAY, James
6
126701
HALLIDAY, Robert L.
4
173682
HALLIER, John S,
13
305785
HAMILTON, Eric J.
12
198531
HAMILTON, Robert 0.
11
046716
HAMPSON, Maurice F.
12
303594
HANCAR, John
11
142811
HANNAY, Jeffrey
14
134826
HARDY, Digby J.
9
127032
HAKMAN, Richard J.
5
311755
HARPER, Erskine H,
13
126863
HARRIS, Ewen M.
4
126876
HARRIS, Frederick J.
5
148237
HARRIS, lendry
7
118525
HARRIS, William B.
7
318661
HARRISON, Robert W.
10
 Victoria, B.C. Deember 9th, 1949
Victoria Machinery 0*pot» Co, Ltd*,
Victoria, 1*C.
Sirs;
So conform to our Audit Departeent
in conaaetien with the outfitting on this Coast of the
t*E,V* Fr* Hargnorito, wW must supply dttpHeat* receipted
aocouats In support of all dis':r.rsor.entb*
It would be apj*eoiatou, therefore, If you would
kindly prepare and fer«a>rd to this o£fi*e, In duplicate,
receipted aooount covering the foUoslngt-
20 Apr 49      Cleaning Boilere        1231.41
22  Apr 49    r1ln*.n nwMi 19*48
■
$mm faithfully,
Manager,
 148308
CAMFBELL, Hugh W.
10
126995
CAMFBELL, Thomas
4
126638
CAMPBELL, William
7
311745
CAMPBELL, William
0
318725 •
CARMAN, Alan'S,
10
127135
CARNOCHAN, Adam W.
6
302692
CARR, George J.
5
154286
CART-IE, Thomas
12
188620
CAVE, Gerald E.
12
159776
CHAMBERS, Gordon B.
. 13
309542
CHISHOLM, Bernard J.
10
127389
CLARK, John
13
318614
CLARKE, Amelia A.(Miss)
10
127747
CLARKE, Cecil E.
8
127773
CLARKE, Stanley V.
7
302154
CLAY, Ronald W.
11
126868
CLIFFE, Stanley
10
169773
COGSWELL, Norris H.
11
127416
COLES, Arthur G,
5
313426
COLLINS, Frederick S.
12
126827
COLLINS, Walter J.
12
163536
CONWAY, David J.
13
195378
COOPER, Gordon
2
126750
COOPER, Harry R,
12
172076
COPLEY, Atkinion
13
192434
CORFIELD, Michael
12-
127488
C0UL30N, William J.
6
130178
CRAWFORD, Joseph
4
318666
CROSSFIELD, Merton W.
10
 Victoria, B*C,   December 9th, 1949
O
Victoria SB^., ;;
2 ' 2.ft
-»gar Sir t
fo conform to our' Audit Department requirements
In oon:.oction wife: the''outfitting on this   Coast of the
7.E,V* Pr, Majrgttorit©, we utast supply daplieat* receipts
accounts la support of all
It would b* appreciated, therefore, If you would
-kindly prepare .and forward to this off lee, In duplicate,
.receipted account covering the following*-
7 June 49     .In^aptlon 825*00
.,' lours faithfully,
 PAGE TWO
EMPLOYEE NUMBER
142834
300996
157365
318718
190003
318679
127392
126753
126644
320149
127591
309406
126937
198511  • •
309481
188729
198518
311695
127399
173651
180100
127173
317062
130263
184836
126841
318768
166210
313457
127464
NAME PERCENTAGE
BISHOP, Sidney C. 8
BJORK, Allan E. 11
BLACK, Arthur T. 12
BLANCHARD, Franklin J. 10
BOOTHBY, Arthur W. 12
BCRUSHYNSKI, John H.  . 10
BORROWMAN, Rich.ro"'T. 12
BOSQUET, .Francis H. 6
BOULTER, Harold J. 9
BOYD, James R. 6
BRIGGS, Tcm R. 6
BROWN, Douglas A, 12
BROWN, John 10-
•BROWN, Robert A. 8
BROWN, Robert C. 10
BROWNE, Vernon M.C. 9
BROWNING, Wilfred B,       6
BROWNING, William E.S. 10
BRUNET, Alfred J. 11
BURCHILL, George H, 13
BURNS, 'Robert 12
BURNS, Thomas 10
BURROWS, William G, 10
BURROWES, Gilbert W, 12
BURTON, Alan R. 11
BUTHCER, John S. 7
BYERS, Harold R. 4
CALCUTT, Edna M. (Mrs.) 10
CALLAN, John D, 12
CAMERON, George P. 12
 Victoria, B.C* December 9th, 1949
Collector of Guetoma,
Postoffice,
Victoria, B.C*
Bear Sirs
fo conform to our Audit Department requirements
in connection with the'outfitting on thia Coast of the
f*1*V* Pr* Marguerite, we must supply duplicate receipted
accounts in support of all disfeiraaaente*
It would he appreciated* therefore, if you would
kindly prepare and forward to this office, in duplicate,
receipted' account cohering the folloidngs**
21 Apr 49    Inspection    #310•00
lours faithfully,
M a ii a g e r*>
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EMPLOYEE NUMBER
Mi±ME
PERCENTAGE
199820
CRUIXSHANK, James B.
12
308133
CUNNINGHAM, Alexander
R.R. 12
198639
CUNNINGHAM, Peter A.
12
127305
CUTFBERT, James W.
12
315588
DANYLISHYN, Josephine
(Miss) 10
126917
DAUPHIN, Leonard G.
11
126846
DAVIDSON, Thomas
11
199979
DAVTDUK, Anne (Miss)
9
127306
DAVIE, Alan R.
3
126940
DAVIES, Edward T.
7
162509
DAVIES, John F.
13
178385
DAVI3S; Ihomas
11
126774
DAVIES, William
12
310630
DAWKINS, Glean H,
10
127084
DAY, Ge,rge E,
8
318766
DAWSON.. George R.
11
148385
DelaMARE, Charles J.
8
313524
DEI-DTD, Ruseil
10
318701
DERDAK, Euward L,
10
320122
DEREWENKO, Joseph
11
153093
'DIGBY, Edward M.
1
137749
DIXON, Marjorie J.(Mis
3S)     10
126627
DODGE. J^hn R.
6
196220
DORERTY, Peter
2
142643
DOIG, Da-id R.
3
311736
DOOLET, Inomas G.P.
10
855278
DOSIE, John '.
%
\
194317
DOUCETTL .. Luko A,
11
\
320142
DOUGLAS, John
3
127752
DOUGLAS, Jameft; D.
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  CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
W&ddWJidbi C<miMwnA.ccdi£rnA.
'The filing tim. ahown in the date lira k STANDARD TIME at place of origin. Time of receipt ii STANDARD TIME at place of destination/'
1949 DEO 7 ■  PM  4   H
VRA321  RS
MONTREAL QUE 7
0 J WILLIAMS
VICTORIA
YOUR LETTER NOVEMBER  23 PRINCESSES  MARGUERITE AND PATRICIA  CAN
YOU SAY WHEN  FINAL REPLY TO MY LETTER NOVEMBER  18 MAY BE EXPECTED
C418
H  C REID
 Schedule of Pr* Marguerite and Pr* Patricia
!,Pr* Marguerite"    4     Outttard Voyage -  6 March to 6 April
Outfit -7 April to 24 April
Held Available -  25 April to 27 April
Entry -  28 April
t!Pra Patricia11     -  Outward Voyage  -  10 May to 3 June
Outfit        -  4 June to 14 June
Entry -  15 June
 13926-A
Victoria, B* 0*, Howwber 23rd* 1?49#
AIRMAIL
H* C* Beid* Isq*,
General Auditor,
MentreaJL, P* Q*
Dear Sirs
Tills will acknowledge reeeipt of ycmr letter of the 10th
instant, file C300-4~SS~3b regarding expenditures In connect ion with
the "Princess Margaerite^ ami "Princess Patricia**
As it is our desire to supply yon with as accurate a re*
capitulation as possible it has been decided to examine all the accounts
with your instructions in mini, and the various charges will not therefore
appear on our October balance sheet«
We shall finalise all accounts now in pur possession in our
November balance sheet*
Tours faithfully,
m/* Manager*
 H. C.  REID
GENERAL AUDITOR
M.  C.  BARBER
G.  E.  WARNER
ASSISTANT GENERAL  AUDITORS
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
OFFICE  OF   THE  GENERAL  AUDITOR
Montreal 3,    November 18,  1949.
f»lE no.    q 300~l-SS~3b
AIRMAIL
Captain 0. J* Williams,
Manager, B.C. Coast S/S Service,
VICTORIA, B.C.
Dear Sirs
Referring to your letters of November 2 and 8, file 13926-a
in connection with capital expenditures on S.S. "Princess Marguerite" and
"Princess Patricia" and, in particular, the expenditures incurred in transferring these vessels from the Clyde to Victoria, B.C.
As stated in my letter of November 2, it is the opinion that
in respect of S.S. ^Princess Patricia" there is no basis of claim against
the U.K. Tonnage Replacement Fund for expenditures involved in bringing
this vessel to Victoria and that, therefore, a claim for proportionate
recovery should be prepared and submitted with respect to S.S. "Princess
Marguerite" only.
The following restrictions have been imposed upon claim for
proportionate recovery:-
1* Costs included in claim must be charged to capital.
2* Salaries, wages and expenses of supervisory or standby
personnel in attendance during construction are not regarded
as valid for inclusion in claim.
3* Organization expenses such as postage, cables and other
office expenses cannot be admitted as valid for claim.
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4*    Expenditures after the effective date  of delivery are
not valid for inclusion in claim.     # |/ /*
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5.    All amounts claimed must be fully detailed and supported
by receipts or other suitable evidence.
In view of the above stated requirements,  the following
comments are offered with regard to statement forwarded with your letter of
November 2s
Charges designated as applicable to S.S. ^Princess Marguerite"
have been abstracted and appear on statement attached hereto,  together with
amounts charged in previous months to this vessel totalling $55,211,   shown
in my letter of November 2, as "Other Expenses*.    Gross total of the statement is $136,259.17•
The first item, $32,768*09,  should be examined to see whether
any part of payroll expenditure is debarred from claim under restriction
No* 2 as above.    If there is any such amount full particulars should be
furnished to enable proper disposal.
Items #90*02 and $11.36,   cables and telegrams,  are apparently
unacceptable as indicated above.
As further stated in the European Accountants memorandum of
October 15,  the effective date of delivery should be established.    Expenditures after that date are unacceptable.    If any such charges appear on
statement please furnish full particulars*
Some of the expenditures included in your statement under the
heading of vouchers appear to be questionable from the standpoint of claim
for recovery,  such as item $7*4.50 for rat extermination*    If,   in the light
of the foregoing requirements,  these items are  considered as capital charges
and as recoverable, full particulars in justification should be furnished.
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Expenditures such as "Making and installing brackets, $53.59"J
"Menu racks,  $27*13",  and "Vents, $116.00y although they may be correctly
chargeable to capital, do not seem to be applicable to the transferring of
the ship to the Pacific Coast.    If you concur,  I presume these items should
be included in a separate claim under the heading of "Owners outfit".
The usual documents to support claim should be submitted in
all cases in which the records are in your possession.    Please furnish a list
of items for which the particulars are not available in your records,   showing
source of charge.
As regards the question in fourth paragraph of your letter of
November 8,  the_ TOlingMf that all charges up totime^j^f^ ^ ^^ ^X^fa i^^^^^^^^^SL^'
are to be cajldtaYi »    IfT^hereT^ ri date
of availability and date of entry,  the date of availability will govern.
All charges submitted for proportionate recovery should be
examined to see that they conform with the requirements detailed in the copies
of correspondence sent you on November 2,  which have been summarized above.
Anyitems which do not qualify for inclusion in claim.but which yoa pop^rier
are  correctly o"na.rgeacl£^^p±tal should be submitle^J^
before finally charging appropriation.
As it is desired to settle the status of these transfer charges
with as little delay as possible,  I shall be glad if you will handle preferentially making every effort to ensure that the charges are final, and
complete.
The foregoing directions do not affect charges for construction.
All charges and expenditures applicable to construction,  for both S.S.
"Princess Marguerite1* and "Princess Patricia",   should be dealt with and submitted for claim as heretofore.
gb General Auditor.
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.COST OF TRANSFER FROM SCOTLAND
TO BRITISH COLUMBIA
"PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
Payrolls covering crew members absent in United
Kingdom during construction, en route during maiden
voyage, and in port during final outfitting.
$ 32,768.09
Personal expenses of crew members en route to and within
United Kingdom as charged on B*C.C*S/S Vouchers*
5,860.13 -
Audit Notes in clearance of expenses at Glasgow and en
route covering period Jan* to Dec* 1948.
1,002.33 t
Audit Notes in clearance of expenses at Glasgow and en
route covering period Jan* to June 1949*
17,162,46
Stores issues and expenses during period Mar. to July 1949 incl*
14,264.00  '
Shop labor and expense by B.C.C*S/S shops following
arrival at Victoria.
6,040.00
Steamship inspection*
335.00 '
Linen issues and expenses during period Apl* to June 1949.
390.17
Applicable portion of B*C.C*S/S Stores payrolls during
the months of Apl. and June 1949*
40,43 '
Steamship Earnings Suspense for Air transportation
of crew to Scotland*
—
District Accountant Montreal-Expenses of Investigation
Dept. escorting seamen proceeding to Scotland*
-
Cost of provisions for crew/ meals served while
outfitting.
2,547.20
Pied Piper Co.
Rat extermination following maiden voyage.
74.50
Victoria Machinery Depot
Plimsoll marks
Cleaning boilers prior to entry into revenue service*
19.48
231.41
Quest Metal Works
Making and installing brackets
53.??  /
Forward:
% 80,788.84
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Brought Forward:      $ 80,788*84
Pacific Sheet Metal Works
Menu racks 27.13
Vents 116*00
Lloyd1s Register of Shipping
Examination 60.00
Ro Norris
Meals supplied to crew during outfitting 21*45  '
Victoria Connaught Seamen's Institute
Beds supplied crew during outfitting 34.75
Amount collected on allotment note from H* Love -
1949 1  V
July Cables and telegrams 90*02 /   A
I
Pursers disbursements 5,3-93.11
Port expenses at San Juan -
"    "    " Cristobal
Outward voyage premiums and war risk. 17,533.94 \
Aug* Cables, etc. 11.36 (  X
Advance to crew -
Transportation for crew -
Miscellaneous expenses at Glasgow 480*24 I
11        "    " Liverpool 1*62 \
11        "    "London 27,508;il
Clearance of Advances to crew 416^36  \
Drawback on meat supplied. 19.04
Sept. Installation of Marconi apparatus -
Allowance on empty crates -
Expense of repatriation of British Crew
Fuel Oil consumed 4.828*00
1136,259.17
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TELEGRAPHS
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W.D.N EI L.General Manager,Montreal
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PR MONTREAL CUJE   19
0 J WILLIAMS
VICTORIA
M-4g  IT WILL BE  IN ORDER  CHARGE SS2 OCTOBER WITH   $144,060.51
SUBJECT LATER ADJUSTMENT IF ANY  ITEM UNACCEPTABLE.  WRITING AIRMAIL
TODAY A-399
/
H C REID
 11I4SPST
Victoria, B.C. No. 18/49
H.C. Reid*—-Montreal.
IN VIES? YOUR HOTSt C3QO-1SS-3S 2nd INSTANT AOTSI IF IN OEDER CHARGE
SS2 OCTOBER ACCOUNTS AMOUNTS TOTALLING $144060.51 PER LIST ACCOMPANYING
MY LETTER 2nd INSTANT* M«48 .:
O.J. Williams*
 1*0. Reid, Esq*,
<P:  General Auditor,
Montreal, Que*
Victoria, B.C* November 16, 1949
Dear Sir* ...... ..
Reference your D95769 of the 8th instant. J
Amounts listed by you represent tolls on
0*C*S* mesaages tn. ~ed during.. Balds© voyages of
vessels concerned as indicated below?-
»Pr* i    vi.ter*  - Maiden Voyage Messages
as per detail attached totalling #102*68*
"Pr* Patricia* *» Maiden Voyage Messages as t
per detail attached'totalling |32*05.
11 Pr* Patricia* - Balance of charges cleared
Balance Sheet dated 3> June 49 in amount of
#7»52.
No Balance Sheets were prepared for.the
Maiden Voyages of these tim Vessels in accordance1 with
instructions received from the Auditor of Agencies*
Will you kindly return the attach ents when
they have served your purposes.
lours faithfully*,
Manager*
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY COMPANY
1LE OR CLAIM
Montreal, Naember 8,  19^9.
Captain 0* J. Williams,
Manager,
B* C. Coast Service,
Victoria, B. C.
Canadian Marconi Co
B * C *C * S*
Your August voucher in favour of the Canadian
Marconi Company, totalling $3,008*71, includes items listed
below as being paid to Pursers:
S/S "Princess Marguerite"
S/S "Princess Patricia"
February
March
April
April
May
June
$ 4.20
37.96
60.52
$ 1.12
83.44
l^ZmtL
Please let me have full particulars as to where
and on what dates these amounts were reported, and say if they
form part of a larger amount as I have no record of collections
in my accounts.
General Auditor*
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Victoria, B*C* lovesber 8th, 1949
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H.G* Held* Esq.,
General Auditor,
Montreal, Que*
Bear 5ir*~
leference your C~3CX>1HSS~3I of the 2nd instant.
As requested in your letter I am attaching hereto duplicate
approved Foams 175 covering issue of material to *Prine#es Marguerite*
and *Princes s Batricia11 as listed on our Capital Appropriation charges
for the month of August 1949* totalling #1,143«
% letter of the 2nd instant enclosing list of furtoer
charges to SaS* 2 would appear to answer the requirements of the last
paragraph of your letter unless yen nom desire a separate statement
resuBtmari&ing by vessels all charges passed through our balance sheets
up to and  including October 1949* but excluding cost of equipment
purchased in Canada*  fill you please advise*  fe .have no assurance,
of course, that all charges against this appropriation have yet been
received*
Are we now to understand that only those miscellaneous
items of other expense which are acceptable to the Ministry of
Transport are to be charged by us against Capital Appropriation
S.S* 2 or does your ruling that all charges are Capital up to time
of entry into revenue service still ^governf.
Would you kindly also advise if further duplicate
receipts and stores issues are required only for expenditures
made on behalf of the *Princess Marguerite**
Manager.
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Montreal, November 2, 1949•
Captain 0*J* Williams,
Manager, B*C* Coast S/S Service,
Victoria, B*C*
With reference to your letter of August 4, file(l392^ and
subsequent telegrams relative to costs of bringing the new coastSTvessels
"Princess Marguerite11 and "Princess Patricia" from Scotland to Victoria*
I attach for your information copies of correspondence which
has developed in this connection indicating that the Management have decided
that such costs are subject to proportionate recovery through U*K. Government
Tonnage Replacement Fund for the "Princess Marguerite" only* Analysis of
total expenditures by boats as reported to September 30, 1949, supporting
figures furnished you in my letter of October 29 is given hereunder»
A
B
G
D
E
Builders Contract
Owners Outfit
General Expenses
Equipment purchased in Canada
Other Expenses
Marguerite   Patricia
#3,438,040- $3,438,040
76,352-   76,273
12,616—   12,616
44,307--   42,986
55.211    55.692
Total
#6,876,080
152,625
25,232
87,293
110,903
$3,626,526  $3,625,607  $7,252,133
Proportionate recovery through the Replacement Fund has already
been made for items A, B and C total $7,053,937• These are items 1 and 2 on
page 2 of the European Accountant's letter of October 15*
Total cost of Equipment purchased in Canada $87,293 forms part
of amount of $198,196 charged to date through your balance sheet* Will you
please let me have receipted invoices for Stores Issues and Stores Expense
totalling $1,3.43 reported so that claim may go forward to London for submission*
Present status of this cost is as follows*
Claims submitted $24,750-
Claim with Mr* Riley 35,325-
<%j Invoicesheld pending receipt of
August items 26,075
August items 1»143
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FILE OR CLAIM     C300—1—SS    3B
Montreal, November 2, 1949#
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Captain 0*J* Williams:
The balance of amount charged by you reported as Item D Other
Expenses $110,903 will require careful examination in the light of Mr* Buikfs
remarks on page 2 of his letter of October 19 to the effect that the Ministry
of Transport will only consider claims for proportional reimbursement of
expenditures which are accepted as capital from a taxation standpoint and any
amounts for which this condition is not fulfilled should be eliminated♦ In
your letter of August 4, you estimated total costs of $249,883*15 so that
evidently there are considerable expenditures still to be charged• Will you
please arrange to prepare and forward detailed statement by individual boats
of all expenditures charged or to be charged through your balance sheet, excluding
cost of Equipment purchased in Canada ($87,293) so that I may have information
required to reply to Mr* Lyle^ letter of October 26, addressed to Mr* Crosbie*
General Auditor*
 copy
Montreal 3,  October 26th, 19l*9#
$71-1
W* A* Crosbie, Esq*,
Assistant Comptroller,
MONTREAL, Que*
Dear Sir:
With regard to the attached papers, -which please
return:
As the "Princess Kathleen" was duly returned to this
Company after the cessation of hostilities and the Ministry of Transport assumed the expense of reconditioning the vessel for service, it
would appear we have no grounds for attempting to recover from the
Steamship Replacement x<und any portion of the cost of transferring
the "Princess Patricia" from the ^lyde to British Columbia waters*
As the "Princess Marguerite", however, replaces a ship of the same
name sunk by enemy action we feel that the entire expense of transferring the new "Marguerite" from the Clyde to British Columbia is a
legitimate charge to the Steamship Replacement Aund* In the case of
the latter, I would appreciate knowing the amount which the General
Auditor proposes to recover from the xund and how the figures are
arrived at*
Yours truly,
(sgd) A* lyle
Assistant to the
Vice-President*
 c op y
London, October 19, 19k9*
Files Cl-16-32
H7-2
Dear Mr* MacDonald:
Ihen I was in Montreal recently, Mr. Lyle and
Mr* Crosbie discussed very briefly with me on separate occasions
the question of recovery from the Tonnage Replacement Account of
a proportion of the amounts expended by the Company in the transfer of the "Princess Marguerite" and "Princess Patricia" from the
Clyde to the Pacific Coast* On my return to London, I had a discussion with Mr* W* Riley, European Accountant, and Mr* D* B*
Frentice, Superintendent Engineer, and I enclose copy of a Memorandum dated October 15 addressed to me by Mr* Riley*
This is a position which might be logically
maintained in the case of the "Princess Marguerite11, but we wonder
if it would be tenable in the case of the "Princess Patricia". The
"Princess Kathleen", we assume, was redelivered to us on the Pacific
Coast for reconditioning under the terms of her Charterpartyj the
"Princess Marguerite" replaces her predecessor which was lost by
enemy action and, depending upon the Charterparty, we consider a
claim is entirely warranted.
 -2-
On the other hand, the "Princess Patricia" is in a different
category as she is not a replacement of tannage lost during
war service. However, before any approach is made there is a
large number of points which would have to be developed -
(1) We should determine what are the legal
obligations of the Ministry of Transport
under the terms of the Charterparty for
the ,,rrincess Marguerite" so far as concerns redelivery of the ship* We do not
have a copy of this document here, nor
does the General Manager of Steamships,
but copies are of course available in
Montreal.
(2) lhe Ministry of Transport, as you are aware,
will only consider claims for proportional
reimbursement of expenditures which are accepted as capital from a taxation standpoint*
(Maintenance outlay is, of course, not entertained, )* If, therefore, we formulated a
claim against the %nistry which was rejected,
the Company would not, I assume, be in a good
position if it were subsequently decided to
reverse our stand vis-a-vis the Canadian
 -3-
Government, and regard such expenditures as
maintenance for taxation purposes.
(3) We question the validity of any application
for reimbursement of salaries and expenses
of supervisory or standby personnel who were
in attendance during the course of construction. In the case of the new leaver" ships,
my understanding is that the Vice-President
and Comptroller ruled that such expenses
should be treated as organization expenses.
(k)  A full breakdown of charges would, of course, be
required to support any claim, as the details
of the figure of #21*9,883.15 (Annexe 6) are
quite inadequate to form part of an application. Also, receipts or other evidence will
be necessary in all cases,
(5) It is presumed that other expenditures over
and above the $35,325.55 mentioned in Item 3,
page 2, of Mr. Riley's memorandum attached,
have been incurred on the Pacific Coast but
not yet submitted, and we suggest that we make
one final claim for both the "Princess
Marguerite" and "Princess ^atricia", and not
a series of applications* We take it for
 -Ii-
granted that everything will be centralized
through the General Auditor who will then
communicate with Mr* &iley, and that the
latter will not receive anything direct from
the B*C.Coast Service, as this would cause
confusion*
(6) The other points contained in Mr* Riley's
memorandum are, I think, self-explanatory*
After consultations have been held with Mr* Crump and
Mr. Leslie, 'we shall be glad to have your instructions.
The alternative possibilities, without taking into account
detail or mode of procedure, are as follows:
(1) formulate a claim for both the r,irrincess
Marguerite" and "Princess Patricia"*
(2) Formulate a claim for the "Princess Marguerite" only
(3) Take no action.
Of (1) and (2), Mr* Riley and I favour the latter, which
is to some extent dependent on the terms of the Charterparty, at least
legally* Once these terms are known and communicated to us I could,
if you wish, take unofficial soundings with the Ministry of Transport
which would not commit either side, but would be helpful to us as a
guide.
lours very truly,
(sgd) O.K. Buik
 copy
London,W.C.2, October 15, 19h9.
File SHD/T
Memorandum to Mr, U.K. Buik,
GOVERNMENT TONNAGE REPLACEMENT FUND
 '"IIII  HI HIM. .Ml — I   ■ Mil II  ■ ■    I.L I        ■"!■      .Wlllll I .1.1     l"j      -
Further to our conversation with Mr* D*B» Prentice,
regarding contributions from the U*K.Government Tonnage Replacement
xund on construction costs of the new ^*C* Coastal Vessels "Princess
Marguerite" and "Princess Patricia"*
It was suggested that it could be reasonably maintained thatthe Company is entitled to have these new Vessels delivered
at Victoria, B*C*, and that in this connection the cost of transferring
them from the °lyde to Victoria should be eligible for an appropriate
contribution from the Replacement Fund*
In order to formulate a claim for consideration by the
Ministry of Transport, it will be necessary to decide which expenditures
are regarded as  Capital Construction costs up to the effective date of
delivery 7 not tne date of entry into revenue service.
If the Ministry agree that the Company is entitled to
have delivery of the Vessels at Victoria, B.C. then perhaps the following additional expenditure should be submitted for a contribution from
the Fund:-
1*     Voyage Account for each Vessel from Clyde to
Victoria, B*C», including supplies (other than
Owner's equipment) crew wages, etc*
Credit should be allowed for consumable
stores, oil fuel etc., remaining on board after
delivery*
As the Ministry require evidence of actual
payments made, it will be necessary to attach
copies of receipted accounts or other documents
certifying payment*
2*     Cost of installation of Owner's equipment
placed on board at Victoria*
3. Completion of construction work, final
painting, dry-docking, surveys and repairs,
adjustments, etc.
 -2-
ii*     Insurancesto date of delivery if not included
in Voyage Account.
CREW WAGES    No doubt Ministry will expect that these will be
limited to cost of bringing crew to U*K* for the purpose of operating each Vessel outwards, and any repatriation expenses involved.
It is doubtful whether the Ministry will allow
wages, etc* of crew members or other personnel standing by during
construction as Capital Construction costs*
ORGANIZATION EXPENSES Such expenses as postage, cables, etc. or
other Office expenses can hardly be admitted as Capital Construction
costs*
As you are aware, contributions have been claimed
already for the undermentioned capital expenditure on these vessels:-
,1*    Builder's costs as per Contracts
2.     Cost of Owner's equipment purchased in U.K.,
and other sundry items paid from Special
Construction Bank Account.
3#     Cost of Owner's equipment purchased in Canada,
and other Canadian disbursements as advised
by General Auditor, and supported by copies
of receipted accounts*
Particulars of these expenditures are as follows:
General Auditor's File C-3QQ-1-SS
Letter February 28th, 19^9 $ 9617.55 (statement attached)
"  May     6th, 19^9   3111*81  . "      "
_ it
»      July 20th, 191*9      12020.83
Still to claim
Letter September 21st 19h9    $35325.55-   ft      "
It may be that some of-the expenditure in the statement
totalling $2li9,883»l5 handed you by Mr. Prentice are included already
in the above, but this cannot be ascertained without details of the
latter figure.
 -3-
It would be advisable for all accounts which are to be
forwarded to this side to enable claim to be prepared, to be passed
through the Office of the General Auditor, so that he will know the
position, and thus obviate any overlapping or duplication.
EUROPEAN ACCOUNTANT
 13926-A
Victoria, B*C*# N€f£&mber 2nd* 1949*
II* G* Held* Bsq«f
General Auditory     ■■-.,.
Montreclf ")ue, ■ ""''
Dear Siri
Beference your file C300~1<*SS#
I am attaching hereto- statement of charges to Capital
Apjicopriatioa SS 2 which will be appearing on our (fetober Balance
■•'Sheet in adjustment of items which had- been previously charged to
(grating account or held in suspense* Unless otherwise advised we
shall obtain duplicate receipted lerchants1 invoices where applicable
and-^upHcate approved Forms 175 for stores issued in accordance with
your standing instructions*
Will' you .kLsdly indicate what form of docipentary
evidence of expenditure, if kay9 you require for all other items*
Iovltb falthful:yf
Manager*
 CANADIAN      PACIFIC      RAILWAY      COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
DOMINION    INCOME    TAX
Supplement 7.
EMPLOYEE NUMBER
NAME
PERCENTAGE
127067
ANDREWS, Albert N.
325486
ANDREWS, James M.
325423
BOYLE, Ted E.
325466
BURNETT, George H.
325458
CALVEY, Cyril
325411
DELANY, John K.
325474
DILWORTH, Donald G.
325475
FINDLAY, James R.
325463
FRANCS, Lawrence J.
325465
JAMES, Eric C.
325480
JONES, Ludwick P.
325456
MIKULOSIK, John
325481
OWEN, James A.
325467
ROLSTON, Frederick 1
325464
R0WB0TT0M, Tom
325406
SEYMOUR, Violet I.
325478
SPRIGGS, Charles W.
325462
STABLES, Verne F.
P163571
THOMPSON, William W
325476
THORPE, Harold V.
325341
W00DR0W, Frank B.
325482
LEE, Wing S.
325491
TONG, Hee ,
308191
WONG, Johnny
325490
WONG, Pong W.
325492
WONG, .Tom
ALTERATIONS
P163635
PETRUCCI, John M.
P168238
THOMPSON, Donald V.
325448
WOODFORD, John H.
M.
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
1
Nil
4
Nil
4
Nil
4
Nil
Nil
4
Nil
Nil-
Nil
Nil
Nil
7
Nil
2
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
2
Nil
Nil
Victoria, B.C., Aug. 12th, 1949.
O.J. WILLIAM3,
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fietorla. B.C. SsptadNw 24t 1949
H*C* Read, %q*9
General Auditorf
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9sar Sin
Reference your file C30CM-83*
1 am
I aa enclcming Imrwitfa in iupliaata the fcdlwdag
w^eipt«d Mar^Jtents1 Invoices coloring datailad ofeargM shown
m mr Jwlf Capital 4p-ropr;tati«i   Statmnt*
V
Qa*st tt«tftl   Works Ltd.
Rasa*ll Food fotdprnntt Ltd.
Rosa.il Food   Squiprosaf Ltd.
Pacific Sbmt M*tal   fork* Ltd,
Qo*st llvfcsl   Sorics' Ltd.	
f letorla Bfaehinary Depot Co.
farrows Ltd.
frgjQttnt
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July 19/49
Apr. 29/49
3m* "WW
*?«a* 30/49
Jiily 28/49
July 14/49
Jaly 19/49
July 19/49
July 26/49
20768
1576.00
467.40
15019
2655.25
395
615.85
20847
119.22
2916
35%25
7798
557.20
7756
614.97
7756
19490.99
J&M wmlonmd mr# copies of detail of oatmrd voytgt
ius^f^aw charges a© reoeiwad from   Btpftrtnrat of XiisuniiM
and firm Froteetlon* in ttie mmmt of $17*533*94 fw «&£&
Vesoel*
fours ftelthftalljr,
Manager*
 APPROPRIATION SS2 - "Pr.Marguerite" and "Pr.Patricia*
1
Overexpend i ture
Mr. H. C. Reid's letter Aug 39/49* $188,877
Extras £285,000 9 |3.08| 879,938
Plus amount on hand here at July 31/49 155,655
and not yet charged*
Charged from Montreal in August accounts* 47,226
Probable issues etc our August Balance Sheet* 3,000          |1,274,696
Less: Amounts presumably to be collected from builders
XXX      Coffee shof and installation of same. 40,000
Caulking decks etc after arrival here* 16,000        56,000
Total approximate overexpenditure to date*        $1,218,696
XXX.    Any portion of coffee shop installation and other repair
work which is not recoverable from builders should be
added to overexpenditure*
Less Extras £285,000
Net overexpenditure on ordinary account*(approximate}
879*938
1338,758
Breakdown of overexpenditure:
Voyage expense per application*
Present approximate cost*
|44,000
150*000
106,000
105,000
Owner*s equipment per application* 112,000
Cost of owner's equipment to date       #      217,000
(estimated) does not include
navigational equipment: Capt*
Williams wiU supply*
It should be noted that there is a total of
$91,997  of linen etc in the stores, this being
over and above the amount  of |71f028 in linen
carried at the present aboard these two steamers.
Expenses in Scotland prior to acceptance!does not
include* expenses, wages etc for Mr#Prentice,
Mr*James Reid and other supervisory officials* 30,500
Commissioning expense at Victoria - prior to
entering revenue service* 107,077
Less: owners'  eqpt already shown
inamount of $217,000 above* 26,000 8l,077
Total before adding navigational eqpt*        $322,577
Value of navigating eqpt**.*.**        	
 "Pr. Marguerite" and "Pr, Patricia" Coffee Shop
Aug/4f.       Fa irfield's
Sept/48 »
Oct/48 "
Nov/48 "
Dec/48
Jan/49
Feb/49
April/49
May/49
June/49
July/49
Russell, Hot Cup
" 2 Toasters
Heaney
53.25 n
218.50 A
115.80 -"
RDSSEIL
99.00
388.55
4,031.80
564.30
2,433.90
194.75
38.95
353.40
2,364.36
2,944.33
3,190.10
1,028.70
959.02
1,192.72
3,122.65X
gOEST
22,906,53
435,60
4,719.00
1,300.00
I,l88l64
430.76
119.22
576.00
8,769.22
 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
MSSORAWDIBS RE APPROXIMATE VALUE OF QWWER'S
T.E.V*WPRIFCBSSBS MARGUERITE" & "PATRICIA"
Approximate value of;    On Board Vessel;      in.Stores;
/FjLsfijt^-
Blankets
Bed Linen
Towels
Wapery
Glassware
Crockery
Cutlery
Electro-plate
Earthenware )
)
Steward's Utensil*)
Navigation Equipment
Engineer's Stores
Steward's Stores
Deck Department Stores
# XI,280.00
# 25,008.00
# 4,740.00
I 30,000.00
$ 470.70
f 2,911.52
# 8,854.34
$  37,039.60
# 4,525.02
N
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f 6,783.00
# 33,381.10
I 21,632.70
| 30,200.00
TOTAL:
f 18,063.00
| 58,389.10
| 26,372.70
| 60,800.00
|   470.70
# 2,9X1.52
f 8,854.34
J^37,039.60
# 4, 525,02
- ^
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY  COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
I^MOR&NDIJM*
s.8.wPRIfiOBSS MARGUERITE*
On board vessels     In stores:
■-oximate value of blankets -
Bed linen •■
Kapery, glassware, crockery,
cutlery «eleLetro~plate,
earthenware, stewards utensils*
i&vigaEI^^ ,
stewards and deck department stores.
^2/x #^&
o a
 Bistributioa of
». 0.
mil oil.
disbursements.
auppUes fo*
Victoria fw outfitting.
to Ittly H*», if4? on
©yag* and ©afcfittisg of
* * "^ftlfffff *HfMf*
(%,¥t**M.#    mmM.%
(J)   9,863.00 9,865.00
(fc)    f?,49f.0O Co)    5,164.00 10,656.00
(e) 19,7fe>f4
(4) 6.0SM5
t.   IMSsWce) X|,t4S,tt
IS, 544,61 /<♦} f*,f4fa7
Cf! 23,636.00
2,5*9.8@7 1,15*4*
/
(k) 31,976.52
U) H,?S4.fi!
(a)    5,040.5t
19,?t*.**
M5f.?5
25,106.35
o4,i*J.li
35.068.00
8,$t4.*0
TOTAI*.
U> #50,551.99
$98,284.26
lux,**?.**    nnM$*fi
t?4,H9.?5 I     447.61
9,863.00
10,656.00
13,644.00
11,459.9©
35,068.00
tl55,0O8.O0
(a)
(b)   I&eludos etUy fuel oil
,,   mvmvm^mmm*^ m^ wmvmmm *f
for Hr. £v*nti«*, tfr. Is*** laid, dap*. Villi*** or
of Oattadlsa
,.6,152.94
<t,09M5
tJ,l©6.Ji
64,263.55
27,524.41
7,ioSas
#155,051,??
duaeiag const rust ion, and does sot include aoy
dug*** of #2,349.80 includes cost of installation
ef #5.00 *•* H*ft om To bods oa the two
tho build***.
in bunkers at tin* of
of call o* that which was aboard tho ship* at tho time of
 JftftflSuJlS
lo)
(d)
(Portage Bill), of staff
if).
on ship in
©##i&tt#tt  mm&   &"¥*&$$ isshft
this side
far voyage for tho «ar.
Co)   Ineludo* air
return to
only, that for tho *Pr. Patricia* ha* not a* y*t been debited this
hy
nwm
m
of offi
for er*w detained at
"Pr. Batrieia" after acting
tin* of loafing Victoria until date ef arrifal with ship at he** port
troubles, also for Oaptaia and lot Officer
at Victoria, 1. 3.
to enable
Cg)   Includes total
to Vietoria.
Ch)
B&las&0® #lf
to outfitting,   fancy
M on basis of nushev of
dot* of acooptanco until catty Into
Of ftOff** shop,
► coapletion of
(I)
(k)
(1)
<*)
by our
ti** of delivery
te put
staff of wofk
Victoria, ». 0., (day
for 1645
(-).
of #5,888.86 for
drydocking, **sotal of heavy weather protection, oaulkiBg
to put ship tot© condition te
arrival) until ship
, b«* does not
day after arrival at Victoria well entry Into
Victoria, B. c, a*pt«*hcr 14th, 1949.
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CANADIAN
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Charges cleared or to be cleared through
BCCSS monthly b^a^ce gfeee^g _
Construction   Outward   Outfitting
Description Costs      Voyage    at Victoria  Total
Expenses   prior to
revenue
service
Wages of Crew Members $ 22113      $ 12292    $ 19732   # 54137>
Personal Expenses of Crews 9786        3870               13656 x
Transportation of Crew __    510        9241               9751
Launching of Vessels 362                            362 >
Compensation Insurance 202                           202 %
Express, Cables and Postage ex Glasgow 433                            433
Supplies for Outward Voyages 6644 _        6644
Sundry Cash Advances by Glasgow 2432                          Z42z *>
Pursers1 Disbursements and Port
Expenses on route 21915              21915
gost of Fuel Oil consumed 43324               43324
Insurance Premiums 23636     11432     35068
Shop Labour and Shipyards 57208     57208 /
Stores issued for outfitting, including
coffee room equipment   65790     65790 Kf
Meals served crew after arrival 3889      3889 «*
Marconi Installations ,
Miscellaneous
1340
1340 >
307
131
176
♦37178
1120615
$158182
_ 1115271.
NOTES:
1* The above figures are subject to adjustmen t*
2* The charges for Fuel Oil consumed in the amount of #43324 are estimated
onlyi s0 ^ar charges have been received from Montreal for only
#14846 of this amount.
3o Wages and personal! expenses of the following supervisory employees
have agt been included in the above figures:
James Reid
James B* Raid
D. B# Prentice
0*J# Williams
J. Muir
F*K, Bailey
4o It is anticipated that further charges will be received covering the
outward voyages*
5* It is estimated that that following increases have taken place since
the preparation of the original appropriations-
Wages   - 58$
Fuel   - 38$
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13926-A
Victoria, B.C.    Aug* 26* 1949
H* C.    Reid, Esq* *
General    Auditor*
Montreal,    Que*
Dear   Sir:
In order that we might properly compute the cost
of fuel oil remaining on board the "Princess Marguerite*
and "Princess Patricia11 at the time of entry into revenue
service, we should be obliged if you would kinlly ascertain
and advise the valuation of the following quantities, presumably charged for by the Contractors, and for which we will
receive no separate debit:-
Pr* Marguerite, Received on acceptance
198 tons or  1328.58 bbls*
Pr. Marguerite, March 5th at Greenock
374*873 .tons or  2515*39 bbls.
Pr* Patricia,  Recfifrvgd on acceptance
545o80 tons or  3739.  bbls*
lours faithfully,
Manager*
 H* C. Reid, Esq.,
General Auditor,
Montreal, Que.
Dear Sir:
13926-A
Victoria, B.C. Aug. 26, 1949
instant.
Reference your C3OO-1-S8-0C of the 15th
I am enclosing herewith duplicate forms
175* duly signed by the proper officials, covering detail
of stores issued as listed on our statements of Capital
Expenditure for the months of April to July 1949* Xou
will note that our store expense charge has been added
at the base of each form 175, thus clearing the separate
charge for that item*
In regard to the majority of direct equipment purchases, i.e., those not handled as store issues,
the vouchering of the accounts is done in this office and
no separate charge of 1%  is received for their handling.
It is thought that the blanket charge of IQJf on ^tterial.
etc., appearing on Form 175, is sufficient to cover any
other overhead involved in these transactions*
Yours  faithftally,
Manager*
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
Order of      J.     ^     foj^
No.
Signature
Storekeeper at        Victoria,     B.C.C.S.
1701 Pate   3/5/A7
Forward to C.P.R. c/o
Steward's   Dept, e.s. *Pr.-targuerite*
Title
Appro, or Acct. No.
Space for Audit Dept.
Capital    Account
Acct.
Packed by    I fee
Shipper    JjfrO
eg1"1
©
Car No.
DaVtl/49
Waybill No.
Date
*
Invoice No.
Quantity
ARTICLES
Weight
or
Measure
Price
.—. p.	
Amount
x
etrift ~olete wan
3 Tea** Dots
it j.
16*85
5
2A1G
1
Sew
j
Stores
Bxneneee 10«
243
2673
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
0rder of  Stiperrntendent    ifogineerNo.
Date A or. 21/A9
Signature
Storekeeper at   Victoria*   B.C.
Forward to C.P.R. c/oT*g*Y.  »Prineea.: ?, artrmerite*
Title
Appro, or Acct. No. Capital km
Province
Space for Audit Dept.
Acct.
L
Packed by
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S|.                                                                                    Car No.                                   Date *M   //ft]
£                                                                                      Waybill No.                           Date
.       *                                                                                                                                               j
Invoice No.
Quantity
ARTICLES
Weight
or
Measure
Price
Amount
2
220 Yolt D.C* Autonatic 4 sliee
lfK»,?<
?/•
Toasters as per Ruerell    Food      Ihnp
218.
50
I
•td*   oiinta tlrm d#*f,**fl     Apr*   1&/49
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ni
S5«
240.
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©  CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY          j
Order of      j     TQ^                                            No.         J1&3               Date       K,r.   7//0
Signature                      *•>«,?                                          ?*Tm     !/£&
Storekeeper at        Victoria.  B.C.
Forward to C.P.R. c/oChlef    Steward. PrlnoMR 1 arsmerit©
Title                                Station                                  Province
■
Appro, or Acct. No.            SB2
Space for Audit Dept.                                                                                                               Acct.                 J
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0
S3                                                                                     Car No.                                   Date
§                                                                                      Waybill No.                           Date
Invoipe No.
Quantity
ARTICLES
Weight
or
Measure
Price
Amount
. i
9
Continuous   Roller   Towel   Cabinets
2
27.50,
tt
20,
48
6
Hat &   Coat Rack   Stands
35.00/
1
—ftfil
Si
230.
48
Stare     Ehrnenm 10^
j      23.
05
t
253.
53
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©  CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
Order of         E*X.; \m                                              No.    Verbal               Date     4/30/49
Signature
Storekeeper at            ^^+.or5„     B\«,<5,Sm •"
Forward to C.P.R. c/o   p         »Prinee-3 *"«r~TOr*tr«
■ * ^*          riimr-'fitie ** I"^f Station                                 Province
Appro, or Acct. No.
Space for Audit Dept.      0^n               n   ggg                                                                    Acct.
u                                                                                    Packed by                              Shipper
§|                                                                                     Car No.                                   Date 4/30/49
§                                                                                      Waybill No.                           Date
Invoice No.
Quantity
ARTICLES
Weight
or
Measure
Price
Amount
I
fo services of Jo^*  Heaney Ltd*
!
(l truck and cm® LlffannMl**)
■      1
to trntim^nT*^ Tjiiwi**V»    Ci*. imf'-tMr ffr-iv--na*.
        j
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Fent and    St^wftWJ^a    Btor^s frojf-
Belleville   Street Wharf to   Dry
» Dock and load aboard T$f »PHn^gs
^rffuerite*
4-s
J2Q_
Store    Sxnena* 10r$
/
>30
47,
r?0
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
Order of
No.
■••.•'. 03
Date  J__> &/ip
Signature
Storekeeper at B.C.C..1.     TtntnH,.
Forward to C.P.R. c/o     T.E.V.   "Pt»,  Fat.rinla*
*   Title
Station
Appro, or Acct. No.
Province
Space for Audit Dept.
Acct.
Packed bynn
Shipper
J&&
8 5
Car No.
Date   6/?/49
Waybill No.
Date
Invoice No.
Quantity
ARTICLES
Weight
or
Measure
Price
Amount
1
G&ly Cash Ra&ister   lo 426045J
382.
a
.41
Stores    Rmenae 10JS
38.
420^<
>5
*
.
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Form  175
Order of
jT.Bift*
No.
Signature
Date    jj2$/l9
Storekeeper at        Victor
f*    F-
* W * V » ft 2 •
Forward to C.P.R. c/o     Chief
I-.*. ?ieeas
■ rgiMT
^ite11
Appro, or Acct. No.
Title
Station
f
Province
Space for Audit Dept.          538
Acct.
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8,1
Car No.
Date
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Waybill No.
»
Date
Invoice No.
. Quantity
ARTICLES
Weight
or
Measure
Price
Amount
1
new eash   register Ne* 4?6045?
!     -mi
.41
Store Expense 10&
IP
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.65
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©  CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
Order of                                                                         No.     JCI0*>                   Date
Signature
Storekeeper at     Stnt^^p*..,     VI «t.-.r*«,  H.fit                                                                       1
Forward to C.P.R. c/o    CM**f     K+.Awatvl     Prince,**  Ps+.rl^ia
Titfk                                Station                                  Province
Appro, or Acct. No.         5*S$
Space for Audit Dept.                                                                                                               Acct.                 j
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§|                                                                                       Car No.                                  Date */|.//pj 2 :.
W'.S                                                                                       Waybill No.                           Date
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Quantity
ARTICLES
Weight
or
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Price
Amount-              |
15
Purse Racks
LmtiiA
72.
30      |
6
Hat & Cnat R^cVa^   aitrilar tn than®
airoolied to Pr. Kathleen)
5.90y
\ 210.
30
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O  CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
0rder of No. 41 Q/f Date       JtmQ g
Signature
Storekeeper at B.C.C.S.S*      Vifttryrte	
Forward to C.P.R. c/o .T.S.1T.   *PyT   Pat.rte*Afi*
Title
Station
Appro, or Acct. No.
Space for Audit Dept.
332
Acct.
8.&
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Car No.
Date
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Date
Invoice No.
Quantity
ARTICLES
Weight
or
Measure
Amount
ia
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Doe. Ice   Cream Sundae, Spoons
Jwoz—Oroc'rery Creator a for cereals
^S6/b
2.
4£,
50
30-
JL
Only large waste palls
1.25/i
-2J
40-
Doz.  %g—Cups (GB)—HJU
4*03/ta
-20J
a*-
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Do*.  Side Platen (G.R)
-3-44-
r42-
-341
40-
X
Dpy.. Qt. .Tugs (O.R.)
7.79/12.
—
14-
",2/
Electro Plated    Taa Frits
h 6.71/1
3tor 3    acoense
3M_
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2516.
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Order of  .   Q+^^v^^^ No. Date Jte**_Jf/
Form  175
Storekeeper
JlF-Fj
Xa.
-^
Signature
Storekeeper at Victoria,   ?TP.
Forward to C.P.R. c/o
nceea. ,t grguortto*
Title "    Station Province
Appro, or Acct. No. a^^.,-*..- _,« i **.   qm
Space for Audit Dept.
Acct.
Packed by
Shipper
Car No.
Date A/3Q/A9
Waybill No.
Date
Invoice No.
. Quantity
ARTICLES
Weight
or
Measure
Price
Amount
SftrvfeAs  n? M**ts?     f?r><a%fif    ^f*fr4i?er~
70-
85
£tian     Co*   tn in.^t#%11   n^ri   ^/fs*f»*»   "^t,n
^#%t*^i^^ r^frlfemt-ing un^ts in rmn
imffe^   afanp  frff»     Sroflft   f*0 tarta^nj,
Salad Unit, Reach^in R"*ffHfw»tnrf
Ca.rbonator,. end    Beverage    Coalers*
-and supplying one lb*, of Prami.
Star®     ^rftfm^f*  IWf
7.
09
77.
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13926-A
Victoria, B.C.
Aug. 25, 1949
H. C* Raid, Esq.*
General Auditor.
Montreal* Qua.
Dear Sirs
Reference your file C300-1-SS,> ^
1 am enclosing herewithAthe fol1 owing receipted Merchants1
Invoices cohering detailed charges shown on otir June Capital appropriation Statement*
Mm
Canadian Marconi Co*
Lloyd1a Register of Shipping
Joseph Heaney Ltd*
Pacific Sheet Metal Works
Pacific Sheet Metal Works
Quast Ketal Works
Quest Metal Works
Quest Metal Works
Russell Food Equipsient
Russell Food Equipment
larrowe Ltd*
Narrows Lt^*- ——-J—
^%§ pf ipvffigf    la*    ftmwpt
■ay 31 /p
Juna 6/49
Apr* 7/49
June 17/49
•Tuna 23/49
Juna 14/49
June 21/49
June 30/49
May 23/49
May 25/49
May 26/49
 May 26/49—
R5239
#119.96
60.00
4589
32.45
80
30.75
184
106.85
20458
53.01
20508
18.50
20695
359.25
14552
596.36
14553
596.36
651
21,214.48
—Pnplicate—
lours faithfully,
Manager*
 Shipments Handles Overside of Ship Alongside Wharf
Freight transferred direct between vessels berthed at wharf, but not using
facilities of wharf in its transfer, or freight received by steamer or discharged
into water to barges, boats or other vessels, while steamer is berthed at wharf,
will be assessed Half Wharfage, named in this tariff, unless otherwise provided
herein.  Standby time at cost will be assessed against consignee when dock longshoremen are standing by;while discharge or loading is made.  Freight in transit
discharged on wharf for transshipment to points beyond and reloaded by steamer
of same line for delivery to final destination will be charged Half Wharfage and
Handling for each movement.
Storage - Baggage and Freight
Free storage not to exceed five (5) days on local freight, and ten-(10) days
on intransit freight will be allowed.  After free time, storage will be assessed
at rate of $2.00 per ton per month or fraction thereof, weight or measurement,
with a Minimum Charge of 500.
Exception: Wines and Liquors will bo assessed storage charges at the rate
of $3.00 ^per ton, per month or fraction thereof, weight or measurement, with a
Minimum Charge of 500.
Forty Eight (48) hours free time will be allowed on  inbound and outbound
baggage. After free time, storage will be assessed at the rate of 100 per day
for each piece of baggage.
Checked Baggage - Handling
Trunks, Chests or similar large pieces of baggage, in excess of two (2)
pieces per passenger, will be subject to a handling charge of 250 each.
Suitcases, Sample Cases and Boxes or Cartons containing personal baggage, not
exceeding three (3) cubic feet each, in excess of four (4) pieces per passenger,
will be subject to a handling charge of 100 each.
The above baggage charges to be paid by the passenger.
Dockage and Water
All vessels landing less then 25 tons cf freight, One Way, Dockage  $20.00
All vessels landing loss than 25 tons of freight, Round Trip, Dockage  $30.00
All vessels landing 25 tons or more of freight, each time, Dockage |l0.00
Water, One Way , .$ 5.00
Water, Round Trip $7,50
All vessels to pay for tie-up services.
Rules and Regulations
Delays, Waiver of Charges
Delays in loading, unloading, receiving, delivering or handling freight
arising from combinations, riots or strikes not reasonably within the control of
the terminal operator, will not entitle owners, shippers, consignees or carriers
of freight, to waiver of wharf terminal or advanced charges, or other expenses
that may be incurred.
Liability for Loss or Damage, Limited
The terminal will not be responsible for any loss or damage caused by fire,
frost, heat, dampness, leakage, the elements, evaporation, natural shrinkage,
wastage or decay; animals, rats, mice, or other rodents; moths, weevil or other
insects; leakage or discharge from fire protection systems, collapse of buildings
or structures; breakdown of plant or machinery or equipment; or by floats, logs
or piling required in breasting vessels away from wharf; nor will it be answer
able for any loss, damage or delay arising from insufficient notification or from
war, insurrection, shortage of labor, combination, strikes or riots of any persons in its employ or in the services of others or from any consequence arising
therefrom.
Right to Remove, Transfer or Warehouse Freight
Hazardous or offensive freight, which, by its nature, is likely to damage
■ .4,i,   p.. -i ■ ,in ^^^^n>.ir,n+ + r__j mm^ j ,n>tn vR1T)oval cither from the wharf or wharf
 Victoria. B.C. Aug. 25, 1949
Yarrows Ltd*f
P. 0* Box 848,
Victoria* B.C.
fiear Sirs:
I have enclosed two copies of your Invoices *
cohering construction work, drydoeking, etc. for the
•Princess Patricia1* and "Princess Marguerite"f as follows:-
July 19/49 •Princess Marguerite* $557.20
July 19/49 •Princess Patricia11 $6Ue97
July 26/49  "Princess Patricia* $19,490.99
These accounts haw been passed for payment* and
on receipt of our ehequas* I would appreciate your receipting
the accounts and forwarding same in duplicate to this office*
Tours faithfully*
Manager*
 Shipments Handles Overside of Ship Alongside Wharf
Freight transferred direct between vessels berthed at wharf, but not using
facilities of wharf in its transfer, or freight received by steamer or discharged
into water to barges, boats or other vessels, while steamer is berthed at wharf,
will be assessed Half Wharfage, named in this tariff, unless otherwise provided
herein.  Standby time at cost will be assessed against consignee when dock longshoremen are standing by while discharge, or loading is made.  Freight in transit
discharged on wharf for transshipment to points beyond and reloaded by steamer
of same line for delivery to final destination will be charged Half Wharfage and
Handling for each movement.
Storage - Baggage and Freight
Free storage not to exceed five (5) days on local freight, and ten (10) days
on intransit freight will be allowed.  After free time, storage will be assessed
at rate of $2.00 per ton per month or fraction thereof, weight or measurement,
with a Minimum Charge of 500.
Exception: Wines and Liquors will be assessed storage charges at the rate
of $3.00 per ton, per month or fraction thereof, weight or measurement, with a
Minimum Charge of 500.
Forty Eight (48) hours free time will be allowed on  inbound and outbound
baggage. After free time, storage will be assessed at the rate,of 100 per day
for each piece of baggage.
Checked Baggage - Handling
Trunks, Chests or similar large pieces of baggage, in excess of two (.2)
pieces per passenger, will be subject to a handling charge of 250 each.
Suitcases, Sample Cases and Boxes or Cartons containing personal baggage, not
exceeding three (3) cubic feet each, in excess of four (4) pieces per passenger,
will be subject to a handling charge of 100 each.
The above baggage charges to be paid by the passenger..
Dockage and Water
All vessels landing less than 25 tons of freight, One Way, Dockage  $20.00
All vessels landing less than 25 tons of freight, Round Trip, Dockage  $30.00
All vessels landing 25 tons or more of freight, each time, Dockage $10.00
Water, One Way .........$ 5.00
itfater, Round Trip » $ 7.50
All vessels to pay for tie-up services.
Rules and Regulations
Delays, Waiver of Charges
Delays in loading, unloading, receiving, delivering or handling freight
arising from combinations, riots or strikes not reasonably within the control of
the terminal operator, will not entitle owners, shippers, consignees or carriers
of freight, to waiver of wharf terminal or advanced charges, or other expenses
that may be incurred.
Liability for'Loss or Damage, Limited
The terminal will not be responsible for any loss or damage caused by fire,
frost, heat, dampness, leakage, the elements, evaporation, natural shrinkage,
wastage or decay; animals, rats, mice, or other rodents; moths, weevil or other
insects; leakage or discharge from fire protection systems, collapse of buildings
or structures; breakdown of plant or machinery or equipment; or by floats, logs
or piling required in breasting vessels away from wharf; nor will it be answer
able for any loss, damage or delay arising from insufficient notification or from
war, insurrection, shortage of labor, combination, strikes or riots of any persons in its employ or in the services of others or from any consoquence arising
cherefrom.
Right to Remove, Transfer or Warehouse Freight
Hazardous or offensive freight, which, by its nature, is likely to damage
other freight is subject to immediate removal either from the wharf or wharf
 Victoria, B.C. Aug* 25, 1949
Russell Food Equipment Ltd*,
871 Bo?aar Street,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sirs:
I have enclosed copias of accounts as under*-
April 29/49   Mo. 21936    $467*40 (In duplicate) Russell Food Equip.
June 18A9   Ho* 20590   2,655.25 (In duplicate)   *   *   *
July 19/49   Ho* 22073(1)   576*00 (In duplicate) Quest ietal Works
July 28/49   Mo. 22087(1)   119.22 (in duplicate)   •    •   *
The above accounts have been passad for payment
and I would appreciate your holding them until receipt of our
cheques to cover, and then forward the receipted accounts in
duplicate to this office.
Tours faithfully,
Manager*
 • Shipments Handles Overside of Ship Alongside Wharf
Freight transferred direct between vessels berthed at wharf, but not using
facilities of wharf in its transfer, or freight received by steamer or discharged
into water to barges, boats or other vessels, while steamer is berthed at wharf,
will be assessed Half Wharfage, named in this tariff, unless otherwise provided
herein.  Standby time at cost will be assessed against consignee when dock longshoremen are standing by while discharge or loading is made.  Freight in transit
discharged on wharf for transshipment to points beyond and reloaded by steamer
of same line for delivery to final destination will be charged Half Wharfage and
Handling for each movement. '
Storage - Baggage and Freight
Free storage not to exceed five (5) days on local freight, and ten (10) days
on intransit freight will be allowed.  After free time, storage will be assessed
at rate of $2.00 per ton per month or fraction thereof, weight or measurement,
with a Minimum Charge of 500.
Exception: Wines and Liquors will bo assessed storage charges at the rate
of $3.00 per ton, per month or fraction thereof, weight or measurement, with a
Minimum Charge of 500.
Forty Eight (48) hours free time will be allowed on inbound and outbound
baggage. After free time, storage will be assessed at the rate of 100 per day
for each piece of baggage.
Checked Baggage - Handling
Trunks, Chests or similar large pieces of baggage, in excess of two (2)
pieces per passenger, will be subject to a handling charge of 250 each.
Suitcases, Sample Cases and Boxes or Cartons containing personal baggage, not
exceeding three (3) cubic feet each, in excess of four (4) pieces per passenger,
will be subject to a handling charge of 100 each.
The above baggage charges to be paid by the passenger.
Dockage and Water
All vessels landing less than 25 tons of freight, One Way, Dockage  $20.00
All vessels landing less than 25 tons of freight, Round Trip, Dockage $30.00
All vessels landing 25 tons or more of freight, each time, Dockage $10f00
Water, One Way \ $ 5.00
Water, Round Trip $ 7.50
All vessels to pay for tie-up services.
Rules and Regulations
Delays, Waiver of Charges
Delays in loading, unloading, receiving, delivering or handling freight
arising from combinations, riots or strikes not reasonably within the control of
the terminal operator, will not entitle owners, shippers, consignees or carriers
of freight, to waiver of wharf terminal or advanced charges, or other expenses
that may be incurred.
Liability for Loss or Damage, Limited
The terminal will not be responsible for any loss or damage caused by fire,
frost, heat, dampness, leakage, the elements, evaporation, natural shrinkage,
wastage or decay; animals, rats, mice, or other rodents; moths, weevil or other
insects; leakage or discharge from fire protection systems, collapse of buildings
or structures; breakdown of plant or machinery or equipment; or by floats, logs
or piling required in breasting vessels away from wharf; nor will it be answer
able for any loss, damage or delay arising from insufficient notification or from
war, insurrection, shortage of labor, combination, strikes or riots of any persons in its employ or in the services of others or from any consequence arising
therefrom.
Right to Remove, Transfer or Warehouse Freight
Hazardous or offensive freight, which, by its nature, is likely to damage
 Victoria, B.C. Aug. 25, 1949
Pacific Sheet Ketal Works, Ltd.,
10Q7-9-11 Tatas Street,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sirs*
I have enclosed two copies of your Invoice
of Juna 30th, 1949 ia the amount of $615.85 eovaring the
supplying and installing of Galley aqui^ent*
This account has been passed for payment
and, on receipt of our cheque, I would appraciata your receipting the accounts and forwarding sasaa in duplicate to
this office.
fours faithfully,
Manager*
 Shipments Handles Overside of Ship Alongside Wharf
Freight transferred direct between vessels berthed at wharf, but not using
facilities of wharf in its transfer, or freight received by steamer or discharged
into water to barges, boats or other vessels, while steamer is berthed at wharf,
will be assessed Half Wharfage, named in this tariff, unless otherwise provided
herein.  Standby time at cost will be assessed against consignee when dock longshoremen are standing by while discharge or loading is made*  Freight in transit
discharged on wharf for transshipment to points beyond and reloaded by steamer
of same line for delivery to final destination will be charged Half Wharfage and
Handling for each movement.
Storage - Baggage and Freight
Free storage not to exceed five (5) days on local freight, and ten (10) days
on intransit freight will be allowed.  After free time, storage will be assessed
at rate of $2.00 per ton per month or fraction thereof, weight or measurement,
with a Minimum Charge of 500.
Exception:  Wines and Liquors will be assessed storage charges at the rate
of $3.00 per ton, per month or fraction thereof, weight or measurement, with a
Minimum Charge of 500.
Forty Eight (48) hours free time will be allowed on inbound and outbound
baggage. After free time, storage will be assessed at the rate of 100 per day
for each piece of baggage.
# Checked Baggage - Handling
Trunks, Chests or similar large pieces of baggage, in excess of two (2)
pieces per passenger, will be subject to a handling charge of 250 each.
Suitcases, Sample Cases and Boxes or Cartons containing personal baggage, not
exceeding three (3) cubic feet each, in excess of four (4) pieces per passenger,
will be subject to a handling charge of 100 each.
The above baggage charges to be paid by the passenger.
Dockage and Water
All vessels landing less than 25 tons of freight, One Way, Dockage .........$20.00
All vessels landing less than 25 tons of freight, Round Trip, Dockage  $30.00
All vessels landing 25 tons or more of freight, each time, Dockage $10.00
Water, One  Way  $ 5.00
Water, Round Trip $7.50
All vessels to pay for tie-up services.
Rules and Regulations
Delays, Waiver of Charges
Delays in loading, unloading, receiving, delivering or handling freight
arising from combinations, riots or strikes not reasonably within the control of
the terminal operator, will not entitle owners, shippers, consignees or carriers
of freight, to waiver of wharf terminal or advanced charges, or other expenses
that may be incurred.
Liability for Loss or Damage, Limited
The terminal will not be responsible for any loss or damage caused by fire,
frost, heat, dampness, leakage, the elements, evaporation, natural shrinkage,
wastage or decay; animals, rats, mice, or other rodents; moths, weevil or other
insects; leakage or discharge from fire protection systems, collapse of buildings
or.structures; breakdown of plant or machinery or equipment; or by floats, logs
or piling required in breasting vessels away from wharf; nor will it be answer
able for any loss, damage or delay arising from insufficient notification or from
war, insurrection, shortage of labor, combination, strikes or riots of any persons in its employ or in the services of others or from any consoquence arising
therefrom.
Right to Remove, Transfer or Warehouse Freight
Hazardous or offensive freight, which, by its nature, is likely to damage
nth n-r   £jaj^Lczh-±—^3—oiiKi-i^jt tn iJTcari&aJ^2L±j^^^	
 Victoria, B.C. A*g. 25th, 1949
Victoria, Machinery Depot Co.,
P.O. Box 670,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sirs.
I have enclosed two copies of your Invoices
of July 14th, 1949 ia the amount of $355.25, covering bollatt
cleaning to the T.E.V. ^Princess Patricia**
This account has been passed for payment and,
on receipt of our chaque, I would appreciate your receipting
the accounts and forwarding same in duplicate to this office*
Tours faithfully,
M a n a g e r.
 Shipments Handles Overside of Ship Alongside Wharf
Freight transferred direct between vessels berthed at wharf, but not using
facilities of wharf in its transfer, or freight received by steamer or discharged
into water to barges, boats or other vestals, while steamer is berthed at wharf,
will be assessed Half Wharfage, named in this tariff, unless otherwise provided
herein.  Standby time at cost will be assessed against consignee when dock longshoremen are standing by while discharge or loading is made.  Freight in transit
discharged on wharf for transshipment to points beyond and reloaded by steamer
of same line for delivery to final destination will be charged Half Wharfage and
Handling for each movement.
Storage - Baggage and Freight
Free storage not to exceed five (5) days on local freight, and ten (10) days
on intransit freight will be allowed.  After free time, storage will be assessed
at rate of $2.00 per ton per month or fraction thereof, weight or measurement,
with a Minimum Charge of 500.
Exception: Wines and Liquors will be assessed storage charges at the rate
of $3.00 per ton, per month or fraction thereof, weight or measurement, with a
Minimum Charge of 500.
Forty Eight (48) hours free time will be allowed on inbound and outbound
baggage. After free time, storage will be assessed at the rate of 100 per day
for each piece of baggage.
Checked Baggage - Handling
Trunks, Chests or similar large pieces of baggage, in excess of two (2)
pieces per passenger, will be subject to a handling charge of 250 each.
Suitcases, Sample Cases and Boxes or Cartons containing personal baggage, not
exceeding three (3) cubic feet each, in excess of four (4) pieces per passenger,
will be subject to a handling charge of 100 each.  '
The above baggage charges to be paid by the passenger.
Dockage and Water
All vessels landing less than 25 tons of freight, One Way, Dockage ..$20.00
All vessels landing less than 25 tons of freight, Round Trip, Dockage ......$30.00
All vessels landing 25 tons or more of freight, each time, Dockage .$10.00
Water, One Way ......*. * ,....$ 5.00
Water, Round Trip . .. $ 7.50
All vessels to pay for tie-up services.
Rules and Regulations
Delays, Waiver of Charges
Delays in loading, unloading, receiving, delivering or handling freight
arising from combinations, riots or strikes not reasonably within the control of
the terminal operator, will not entitle owners, shippers, consignees or carriers
of freight, to waiver of wharf terminal or advanced charges, or other expenses
that may be incurred.
Liability for Loss or Damage, Limited
The terminal will not be responsible for any loss or damage caused by fire,
frost, heat, dampness, leakage, the elements, evaporation, natural shrinkage,
wastage or decay; animals, rats, mice, or other rodents; moths, weevil or other
insects; leakage or discharge from fire protection systems, collapse of buildings
or structures; breakdown of plant or machinery or equipment; or by floats, logs
—■ —'--—^-^^ h-^iAiing, vessels away from wharf; nor will it be answer
 FORM 102  CJN ,
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
ILE OR CLAIM C      o00**l — SS~ 30
Montreal, August 15, 1949,
Captain   0.   J.   Williams,
Manager,
Bo C. Coast Steamship Service,
VICTORIA. 3. 0*
.-:-.,
/7
With reference to your letter of August 5,
file 13926-A, relative to invoices in support of
Capital expenditures for the "Princess Marguerite"
and "Princess Patricia" covering equipment purchased
in Canada.
It will be in order, as you sugge
Form 175 for the various Stores issues,
that charges reported on your Form 1619
purchased comprise the actual amounts o
only, and apparently you have absorbed
charge of 1$* We make a practice of e
Stores expense in our own accounts as r
part of the cost of material purchased,
appear to be a proper charge to Capital
instance* Will you kindly let me have
advice*
st, to use
It is noted
for equipment
f the invoices
Stores expense
apitalizing
epresenting
and it would
in   the  present
your  full
General  Auditor.
 13926-A
Victoria, B.C. Auf. 16, 1949
J* Larimer, Esq*,
Auditor of Disbursements,
I ontreal, One.
Dear Sirs
Reference your H 159350 of the 9th instant*
The amount in suspenae represents various charges
against the two ves els covered by Capital Appropriation
SS2 and on which we are awaiting a ruling from the General
Auditor, his file C-300-1-S3., as to whether they are to be
considered as Capital or liaintenance* It is expected that
the bulk of the charges will be cleared from  Suspense in
our July accounts*
Tours faithfully,
Manager*
 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM        H**15»9350
Montreal, August ?, 19h9*
Captain O.J. Williams,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamships,
Victoria, B.C.
With reference to item appearing in June 19h9 General
Suspense Statement covering Capital Appropriation SS~2, in the amount
of $611,089*63*
Please let me know the reason why this item is being
carried in your Suspense Account.
?> _
 Victoria, B.C. Aug. 6th, 1949
Canadian l<arconi Company,
Marconi Building,
St. Sacrament St.,
Montreal, Que.
Dear Sirs 5
I havs enclosed one copy of your Invoice Ho. R-52-39
of lay 31/49 iu the amount of $119.96 covering Freight and
Wharfage charges on wireless equipment for the s.s. •Princess
Marguerite*•
This account has been passed for payment, and on
receipt of our cheque, I would appreciate your receipting
this and an additional copy and forwarding ftftsa to this office.
Tours faithfully,
a n a g e r«
 Rates for Wharfage and Handling at Juneau, Alaska
Except as otherwise shown, charges a^e in Dollars end  Gents per ton of
2,000 pounds or 40 Cubic Feet, whichever " .'eates the g'-xeatgr revenue.   Where
no specific commodity rates e fq  shown, -he   elasi if .Icf*'-?.oj ., Freight, N. 0. S. .
General Merchandise will apply.
COMMODITY
TO/j^F,
HANDLING
6  Airplanes and Flying Boats each.... t ............ .
6 automobiles, Motor Trucks, Trailers & Chassis,
Set Up, cer 100 lbs.
6 Boats, Canoes, Skiffs, not over 20 feet; each
6 Boats, with or without power, over aO  feet,
each
(overside
per 2000 1
00
"0(;
10 f
5 Coal, Briquettes, Presto Logs, in packages
Freight, N.O.S-  General Merchandise  .......
6 Groceries as described in Note 1, below, per
6 Groceries as described in Note 2, below, per
6  Grain, Millfeed and ground Stock Feed, per 2000 Ids.
6 Hay, Straw and Peat Moss, in bales, per 2000 lba.
Liquors, Alcoholic, including Alcohol, Grexn; -Aquavit;
Bitters; Brandy; Cocktails; Cordials; Gin; ."'unch; -un;
Sake; S ,irit s; WJhiskey and Wine	
Livestock, Horses, Cattle, Mules, Ponies, per head......
Live Domestic Animals, N.O.S., and Live Poultry, in Ora'u
Lumber, common, soft; Poles aid Piling, pc:v 1000 feec, B
Lath, wood, in bundles, per 1000 lath .,.  ....**......... ..
Shingles, wood, in bundles, per 1000 ehingl es ......^.,.
6 Shakes, wood, in bundles., per 1000 shaken ............
6 Mail, U.S., in sealed pouches or bags ana packages, arc
Parcel Post, not enclosed, per 2000 lbs.  .......••.*...
6 Meat©, Fresh and Frozen; Dressed Poultry, per 900-0 lb i
6 Potatoes, Onions, dry., Turnips and Rutabagas, per' 000
Minimum Charge . .	
6.50
.10
1.50
6.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
2.25
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.00
1.50
1.50
.20
.15
.25
1.50
1.50
,1.50
.25
3.50
.05
1.50
2.00
2.00
2.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
3.50
jl. t.v'U
2.00
2.50
.20
.20
.30
2.00
2.00
2.00
NOTE 1:  Groceries, viz.: Baking Powder; Barley, pearled;
Candles (not ornamental); Feed, animal, meat or
Fish, canned, preserved or dried; Flour, grain or prepare
served or dried; Hominy; Honey; Jans; Jell"as or Preserve
or vegetable; Lard; Lard compounds or substitutes; Lime,
Macaroni; Meal, corn or oat; Moats, canned; Milk, canned,
Mincemeat; Molasses; Mushrooms, canned- Noodles; Oats, m
Olive or salad; Paper Bags; Paper, wrapping; Peanut Butte
Salad Dressing; Sal Soda; Salt, table; Sandwich Spreads;
Sauerkraut Juice or Brine; Shortening; Soap; Soda, bicarl
Spaghetti; Starch; Sugar; Syrup; Tallcv; Tapioca; Vega'^a-
or dried; Vermicelli and Vinegar.
Beans or Peas, dried;
?isi, canned or dried;
1; Fault, canned, pre-
s; Juices, clam, fruit
Chloride of; Lye;
powdered or flaked;
Lied; Oil, cooking,
r; Pickles; Rice;  Sago;
Saucas; Sauerkraut;
onat3 of; Soups;
"...es, canned, preserved
NOTE 2:
Groceries, viz.: Bakery Gooi si Beverage Preparations^ dry or liquid
 ~l
Victoria, B.C. Aug. 5th, 1949
Joseph Heaney Limited,
521 Bastion Street,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear- ■ ..Sirs:
I have enclosed two copies of your Invoice Wo. 4589
of the 7th April 1949 in the amount of $32.45* covering
Hyster working at Drydock re s*s. "Princess Farguerite1**
This account Vas. been pass d for payment and, on
receipt of our cheque, I would appreciate your receipting
the accounts and forwarding mw&  in duplicate to this office.
Tours faithfully,
K a n a g e r.
j
 Rates for Wharfage and Handling at Juneau, Alaska
Except as otherwise shown, charges are in Dollars and Cents per ton of
2,000 pounds or 40 Cubic Feet, whichever creates the greater revenue.   Where
no specific commodity rates are shown, the classification, Freight, N". 0. S.
General Merchandise will apply.
1.50 2.00
1.50 2.00
1.50 2.00
2.25 3.00
1.50 2.00
1.50 2.00
COMMODITY WHARFiiGE   HANDLING
6 Airplane s .and Flying Boat s each   $ 6. 50   $ 3.50
6 Automobiles, Motor Trucks, Trailers & Chassis,
Set Up, per 100 lbs.   ..     .10       .05
6  Boats, Canoes, Skiffs, not over 20 feet, each     1.50      1.50
6  Boats, with or without power, over 20 feet, each
(overside)   6.50
6 Coal, Briquettes, Presto Logs, in packages, per 2000 lbs
Freight, N.O.S.  General Merchandise  	
6  Groceries as described in Note 1, below, per 2000 lbs.
d Groceries as described in Note 2, below, per 2000 lbs.
6  Grain, Millfeed and ground Stock Feed, per 2000 lbs.
6  Hay, Straw and Peat Moss, in bales, per 2000 lbs.
Liquors, Alcoholic, including Alcohol, Grain; Aquavit;
Bitters; Brandy; Cocktails; Cordials; Gin; Punch; Rum;
Sake; Spirits; Whiskey and Wine  1.50      3.50
Livestock, Horses, Cattle, Mules, Ponies, per head......... 1.00      1.50
Live Domestic Animals, N.O.S., and Live Poultry, in Crates 1.50 2.00
Lumber, common, soft; Poles and Piling, per 1000 feet, B.M.  1.50      2.50
Lath, wood, in bundles, per 1000 lath 20       .20
Shingles, wood, in bundles, per 1000 shingles    .15       .20
6  Shakes, wood, in bundles,, per 1000 shakes  ,    .25       .30
6 Mail, U.S., in sealed pouches or bags and packages, and
Parcel Post, not enclosed, per 2000 lbs   1.50      2.00
6 Meats, Fresh and Frozen; Dressed Poultry, per 2000 lbs... 1.50 2.00
6 Potatoes, Onions, dry, Turnips and Rutabagas, per 2000 lbs.1.50 2.00
Minimum Charge - . , .. ,   .25       .25
NOTE 1:  Groceries, viz.: Baking Powder; Barley, pearled; Beans or Peas, dried;
Candles (not ornamental); Feed, animal, meat or fish, canned or dried;
Fish, canned, preserved or dried; Flour, grain or prepared; Fruit, canned, preserved or dried; Hominy; Honey; Jams; Jellies or Preserves; Juices, clam, fruit
or vegetable; Lard; Lard compounds or substitutes; Lime, Chloride of; Lye;
Macaroni; Meal, corn or oat; Meats, canned; Milk, canned, powdered or flaked;
Mincemeat; Molasses; Mushrooms, canned; Noodles; Oats, rolled; Oil, cooking,
Olive or salad; Paper Bags; Paper, wrapping; Peanut Butter; Pickles; Rice;  Sago;
Salad Dressing; Sal Soda; Salt, table; Sandwich Spreads; Sauces; Sauerkraut;
Sauerkraut Juice or Brine; Shortening; Soap; Soda, bicarbonate of; Soups;
Spaghetti; Starch; Sugar; Syrup; Tallow; Tapioca; Vegetables, canned, preserved
or dried; Vermicelli and Vinegar.
j
 Victoria, B.C. kng.  5th, 1949
Tarrows Ltd*,
P.O. Box 848,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sirs*
I have enclosed two copies of your Invoice lo* 651 of
26th Kay 1949 in the amount of $21,2L4#4£, covering Drydocking,
etc*, to the s.s* "Princess targuerite*1*
This account has been passed for payment and, a© receipt
of our cheque, I would appreciate your receipting the accounts
and forwarding same in duplicate to this office*
Tours faithfully,
a n a g e r*
 (—
Victoria, B.C. Aug. 5th, 1949
Lloyd's Register of Shipping,
1519 Marine Bui Iding,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sirs* .
I have enclosed two copies of your Invoice of June 6th,
1949 in the amount of $60.00, covering survey of s*s* "Princess
Patricia*, in Esquimalt Drydock*
This account has been passed for payment and, cm receipt
of our cheque, I would appreciate your receipting the accounts
and forwarding same in duplicate to this office*
Tours faithfully,
t! a n a g e r*
 Victoria, B.C*  Aug* 5th, 1949
Pacific Sheet ietal Works, Ltd.,
1007-9-11 Tates Street,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sirs:
I have enclosed two copies of your invoices covering
equipment supplied to the s.s. "Princess Patricia" as follows*-
June 17/49  lo. 80    ( In duplies**)
June 23/49   No. 184   ( In duplicate)
These accounts have been passed for payment and, oa
receipt of our cheque, I would appreciate your receipting the
accounts and forrarding same in duplicte to this office*
Tours faithfully,
Manager*
 13926
Victoria, B.C* Aug* 5th, 1949
Ruesall Foold Equipment Ltd*,
871 Hoinar Street,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sirs*
I have enclosed copits of accounts as undert-
Kay 23/49   lo. 14552 $596.36 {In duplicate) Russell food Equip
»ay 25/49   Ho. 14553 596*36 (In duplicate)      *
June 14/49  So. 20458 53o01 (In duplicate) Quest Metal Works*
June 21/49  lo* 2Q508 18.50 (In duplicate)      •
June 30/49  lo* 20695 359.25 (In duplieata)      *
The a hove haw* been peered for payment and I would
appreciate your holding them until receipt of our cheques to cover,
and then forward the receipted accounts in duplicate to this
office*
Tours faithfully,
Manage r.
 13926-A
Victoria, B.C.    Aug.  5th, 1949
H.  C#    Reid,    Esq*,
General    Auditor,
Montreal,    Que*
Dear   Sir :
Reference your   Q30Q-1-55 of the 20th ultimo*
all proceed with preparation of copies of
various stores issues involved, and will include Store
Expense charges as a separate iter, fill you kindly confirm
that forn 175 should be used for tbis purpose.
In regard to our 9mf Capital charges, the
f.ol1 owing are applicable to the "Princess Patricia"*
Russell Food    Eqyipm^t
5 ? ay 49 Credit for three cream
dispensers.
truest l-etal fforkg.
31 l;ar 49 Cartage
28 Apr 49 Canopies
30 "kpr 49 Cartage
Less Irpunt (-5055)■ to
ft T:
r*    ar^uerite
193.28
580*00
$723*85
#245e07
i ?n'i\    '■ Winn
Copies of invoices covering above went forward
to you on 14th instant*
lours faithfully,
1 ana'
e r.
 13926
Victoria, B.C.  Aog. U$  1949
AIR KAIL
8* C* Reid, Esq.,
General Auditor,
Montreal, Que*
Dear Sir t-
Reference ytmr   C-300-1-SS of the 4th ultimo.
I am attaching hereto statement in duplicate
indicating in summary for® the items of expense which have
been or are to be taken through our balance sheets and which
wt consider to be properly chargeable to the cost of putting
into service the ^Princess Marguerite* and *Princess Patricia**
As instructed by you no charges for wages or expenses of
supervisory personnel have been included*
It is expected that further charges will be
received in connection with the outward voyage of the second
vessel but a ruling from you in ejection with those items
already listed will be a guide in the disposition of future
charges.
The following is a distribution of the total
as listed between the two vessels*•
*Pr. Marguerite*   |123,654*36
*Pr. Patricia*     126.228.79
1249,883.15
lone.of the amounts shown have yet been charged
to the Capital Account* It would be appreciated if you could
advise as soon as possible*
Tours faithfully,
Manage r*
 Statement of Charges received by
»♦ c. coast sTsusmp sawnei
£n connection with eenetrnetion of
*Princeea Marguerite* and
Jfrtrtflfa ■        ■ ....   *,	
ffagee of wm Berbers absent en duty in United
Elngdor during conetinifctian and en route and
in Canada up to tine of entry into revenue servile* $54,065.10
Persona! axpentms of above. 13*655.99
Transportation of afeow. 9,751.20
Expenses of Launching vessels. 362.09
W.C.B* Insurance. 202.00
&cpress, Postage t*nd Cables ex (Hasgo*. 432*53
Snppilee and other expenses fer outward *oy»ge. 6,644.14
Sundry Cash advances by Glasgow. 2,432.15
Fort ani ether mmmmm ea route, including pureera*
disbursesento end mtgee of British Grew appearing
on Portage Bill. 17,310*55
Cost of ffcel Ml (Ksti-ated) . 43*324.00
Insurance ptmAvam* 35,067.88
Shop labour end   Xepelrn following mrrlwel. 35*993.27
Stores Issued for repair and outfitting prior to
entry Into revenue service. 26*929.58
Meale anppilei erew cm board following arrival tout
prior to entry into service. 3*888.86
Mi^wllawoiie 3,2^1?
|249t«^a5
 FORM 102
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM       C-300-1-55
Montreal, July 20,  1949o
Captain 0* J* Williams,
Manager,
B.C. Coast Steamships Service,
VICTORIA, B.C.
JUL 2 6.1949        i
Referring to your letters of June 28 and July 8, file
13926A with reference to equipment purchased in Canada for the * "Princess
Marguerite® and ^Princess Patricia11.
The equipment issued by Stores for these boats would appear
to fall into the same category as the other items of equipment purchased
in Canada by the Company because the Fairfield Shipbuilding and
Engineering Company were unable either to obtain them in the United
Kingdom,  or to order or pay for any materials outside of the United
Kingdom.    On this basis these amounts of $2,673, and $961*39 charged in
April and May respectively are properly includible in our claim against
the United Kingdom Government Tonnage Replacement Fund,'and unless you
are aware of special circumstances to the contrary Stores bills for these
amounts,  signed by the proper official,  should be submitted in duplicate
for forwarding to our European Accountant.
Y/ith regard to the detailed statement of equipment applied
to each boat*    In the case of the April total of #5,583,  I have been able
to assign items to individual boats by making 50/50 distribution of
amounts paid Quest Metal Works and Russell Food Equipment, but am unable
to identify items comprising |2,810 "Princess Marguerite11 and |245,
^Princess Patricia"m   Kindly let me have details supporting.
y yV
V?
gb
 13926A
Victoria, B.C., July Hth, 1949.
J. C. Gilmer, Esq.,
General Auditor,
Montreal, Que.
Bear Sir*
Further to cy letter of the 8th instant, your file G300-1-88,
regarding receipted accounts covering equipment purchased in Canada for
the "Princess Iferguerite* and "Princess Patricia*.
I have enclosed receipted bills as under covering three of the
items shown on the Balance Sheet details for Mayi
JSfiL
Quest Metal Works Ltd.
Russell Food Equipment Ltd.
arcs fflun*  mtmt
March 33/49.
April 28/49.
April 30/49.
May    13/49.
April 29/49.
AprU 29/49.
Ma, 17/49.
Ma,  5/49.
19984
20193
20213
20258
14284
14285
AMOOTff TOTALS
$93.28
580.00
50.57
411*20    $1135.05
596.36
„596>16      1192.72
14721 (Cr.)   116.85
14551 (Cr.)   116.85
233.70
yours faithfully,
Manager.
 MARINE 1613
N VOICE
871    HOMER   STREET
RUSSELL FOOD EQUIPMENT LTD.
WESTERN    CANADAS    SUPPLY    HOUSE
Food Equipment for Preparation and Service in Hotels,
Restaurants, Hospitals, Institutions and Industries*
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Apm mm$
SOLD TO
PWF H#n
TERMS:   NET
30
ffjftffittiff WNBSfW RA11M&T 60. XMt
8.C. ftw*t StomtftS Soswloe
VSOTtJKZA ll.fl*
Interest at 8 Per Cent Charged on Overdue Accounts.
/Vy /"
K1I
mo* l 417 s
Our Order No..
i   ^i«ll/
quantity Part No.
F 4R-1M
10-48
■n
DESCRIPTION
4 ouo* toxmm « m0mmm *       *****
~ Auteakt&o - UD/130 Volt - 60 c^«l* -
•«PJW(P*T(^PPJP"HBPrcPiPJ|P?PJ|r liMii^,WJf3!#»F        »'"***»» !^P"PT       t»^|P':"«PS^P*Pr
Stogl* Itieee - f-ertftl pfl*t@l
%mmm
**S^W^^*^    *Wr^  O^^^PW^*^!*     rft"P^9*N* w * * ^P™,:w w^w . w- w SWWp^i i^*^^
Mitt*   JfrfclbKtt   «H|
^   * fa nm e»iuu
^J^    ljr^   f_     April 201349
Everything for the Modern Kitchen"
PRICE
•-    •
AMOUNT
TOTAL
mt%w
7a4
 MARINE  1613
INVOICE
871    HOMER   STREET
For S*S*
Princess
Marguerite
RUSSELL FOOD EQUIPMENT LTD.
WESTERN    CANADAS    SUPPLY    HOUSE
Food Equipment for Preparation and Service in Hotels,
Restaurants, Hospitals, Institutions and Industries. April 20,1949.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
NO: 14178
CANADIAN PACIIFC RAILWAY COMPANY LTD*,
B* C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE,
VICTORIA, B.C* R
SOLD TO
TERMS:   NET 30
Ordered by Mr* F* M* Bailey
YOUR REQUISITION No	
Interest at 8 Per Cent Charged on Overdue accounts.
2^480 R
ou„ order no Kir Russell
quantity Part No.
F 4R-1M
10-48
#1D2
DE5CBI PTI O N
4 Slice TOASTERS # TOASTMASTER * KcGraw
- Automatic - 110/220 Volt - 60 Cycle -
Single Phase - Serial #D61808
#D62528
Less 5% Sales Tax,
Prov. Sales Tax
Excempt : #8000041
«2/2'W
Via: C.P. X,
April 20, 1949
rsc
'
S
Everything for the Modern Kitchen"
PRICE AMOUNT
115.0C
"ft*,
250 00
.1153
ff
f
218
50
 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM Q    300-1 ~SS
Montreal, July 4, 1949.
Captain 0. J. Williams, .^'     ^
Manager, B.C. Coast S/S Service, ^/c?C.h
Victoria, B.C.
Referring to your letter of June 27, file 13926
regarding expenses applicable to capital account of the new vessels.
As stated in my message of June 14 it is my opinion
that ail expenses up to time of availability for revenue service are
chargeable to capital. However, in order that the matter may be
reviewed will you please submit the statement you have in mind of all
outward voyage items for the S/S "Marguerite11 supplemented by a statement of all amounts charged to expenses of this vessel up to the time
of going 5,nto revenue service, and a similar statement of amounts
charged expenses of S/S "Patricia", with sufficient particulars to
show how they were incurred. I presume they do not include anything
for Messrs. Reid and Prentice as these, according to my letter of
July 3, 1948,. were to be charged to the remainder of the fleet.
 1392&A
Victoria, B.C., July 8th, 1949*
J. C. Sllmer, Saq., /  /'.
General Alitor,
Montreal, Qua*
Dear Sirt
With reference to y >ur letter of the 29th ultimo relative to
expenditures on new vessels for this Service*
Tour request, in tha penultimate paragraph, for a detailed
statement of equipment applied on each of the two boats is not clearly
uaderstood* the distribution of charges between the two boats, to*
gather with a partial break-down of the various accounts, is shown Im
our Balance Sheet details each month* Will you please advise?
Tour query regarding account for $93.28 aa well aa cur advice
regard4ng receipted invoices for the items on kpril statement was
covered by my letter of the 28th ultimo*
Beeeipted accounts covering items supplied by Qnest Metal Worka
ltd* and Russell Food Equipment Ltd. appearing on May statement will be
forwarded you within a few days. .Regarding the various Store* Issues shown
on this etatement, we are awaiting your adviee aa to what is required in the
way of receipted accounts*
Yours faithfully,
Manager*
 , *July 8th, 1949.
Files 13926A
Russell Food Equipment Ltd.*,
871 Homer Street,
Vancouver, B*C*
Dear Sin
Further to my letter of the 24th ultimo requesting receipted
accounts in duplicate covering equipment supplied for the *Princess Marguerite1*
and ^Princess Patricia11.
Receipted invoice Xo* 19984 of 31 March 1949* amount of #93.28, was
received here as single copy only.
Will fcnx please forward an additional receipted copy*
lours faithfully,
Manager*
 13926A
Victoria, B.C., June Rgth, 1949.
*T. C. Gilmer, ^-^
General Auditor,
Montreal, Que*
Dear Sirs
With reference to your letter of the 2nd instant, file C300-1-S&t
regarding receipted accounts covering equipment purchased in Canada for the
•Princess fcarguerlte* and "Princess Patricia".
At the time of writing my letter of April 30th. it was expected that
the invoice of #93.28 from the Quest Metal Works Limited would he vouchered in
April accounts, but it was subsequently necessary to hold it up for querying
of certain charges included in the bill. However,it has now been passed and
appears on our Bay Form 1619 as part of the #1,135,05 item. For your information we are still receiving invoices chargeable to this appropriation.
I have enclosed receipted accounts as under covering three of the
items shown on the Balance Sheet details for April*
JSM.
Pac.Sheet Metal Iks. Ltd,
Russell Food Equipment.
do
do
do
do
Quest Metal Works.
date of ag,
April 29/49.
April 6/49.
April 28/49.
April 28/49.
April 29/49.
April 29/49.
April 22/49.
IWV.WO.
9271
13930
14282
14283
U311
AMQPST
$580.92
505.30
230.42
226.10
68.59
TOTALS
♦580.92
14280 (Creditl_LJl     #1,028.70
20106 1,300.00     #1,300.00
 1392a
Victoria, 1*C*, June 28th, 1949.
f tQ»gf. - fig? (?)
Regarding the Stores Issue item of #2,430.00 covering the gross
of electro plate tea pots supplied •Princess Marguerite11 (Owner1 s account),
will you please advise if receipts are required as it would appear that thia
Item, together with the 10$ Stores Expense itam of #243.00, la not claimable
under the Tonnage Replacement Fund*
lours faithfully,
Manager*
 r
AIR MIL 13926
Victoria, B.C., June 27th, 1949.
J. C. Gilmer, Esq.,
General Auditor,
Montreal, *.ue.
Dear Sirs
Reference your G-301 of the 14th instant.
In order that we might properly charge applicable
items to S.S.2 will you kindly advise from what date we can
consider wages, personal and travelling expenses for crew members as
Capital account. In accordance with your C-300-X-SS of the 3rd
July 1948 and 15th February 1949 we have been absorbing all such
charges in our operating expenses*
•
It is our intention to accumulate all outward voyage
items such as insurance, fuel oil, repairs, wages, Pursers disbursements,
etc, including cost of repatriation of British crew, and subnit a
statement of same for your approval before charging to Capital
account*
lours faithfully,
Manager.
 , June 24th, 1949.
File.    13926A
Russell Pood Equipment Ltd.,
871 Homer Street,
faneouver, B. C.
Dear Sirs!
April 29/49.
April 29/49.
May 5/49.
Say 17/49.
April 20/49.
Mar 31/49.
Apr 28/49.
Apr 30/49.
May 13/49.
Z have enclosed copies of accounts as underj*
Bo. 14284 #596.36nlh duplicate]
14285 596.36.(in duplicate]
Bo. 14551 (Credit) ll6.85v£ln duplicate]
14721 (Credit)   116.85 A In duplicate)
34178
Bo. 19984
20193
20213
20258
218.50/(In duplicate)
93.28 (One copy only
available)
58O.O0\(In duplicate]
5Q.57\(In duplicate]
411.20\(ln duplicate j
Buasell Food Equip,
do
do
do
do
it-
Quest Metal Works,
do
do
do
J
The above have been passed for payment and I would appreciate your
holding them until receipt of our cheques to cover, and then forward the
receipted accounts in duplicate to this office*
Tours faithfully,
Manager*
 , June 24th, 1949.
Filet 139264
Pacific Sheet Metal Works, Ltd.,
1007*9«lll fates Street,
Victoria, B.C*
Dear Sirs*
On the 28th ultimo I wrote you as under*-
•I have enclosed two copies of your Invoice Wo* 9271
of 29th April in the amount of #580*92, covering equipment supplied to
the a*s."Princess Marguerite**
This account has been passed for payment and, oa
receipt of our cheque, I would appreciate your receipting the accounts
and forwarding same in duplicate to this office.*
If you are ncm in a position to comply with the above request,
I would appreciate early return of the receipted account in duplicate*
Tours faithfully,
Manager*
 CANADIAN PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
***** m 9 42
JUN 14
VRA108 RS
PR MONTREAL  QUE 14
CAPT © J WILLIAMS
VICTORIA
M-6. ALL EXPENDITURES T@ TIME  §F AVAILABILITY F®R REVENUE
SERVICE CHARGEABLE  Tf CAPITAL C.301
J C GILMER
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1010 K.
Dept* Ro. 11.
Victoria, B*C*| 13 Aw 49*
J.G. Gilmer*.......Montreal, Que.
Are ell operating and maintenance expenses of two new vessels
chargeable to Capital Appropriation SS2 from time of leaving
Seotland to time of entry into service or to tl&e of arrival
Victoria only* 8*6.
 2-45
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
PENSION DEPARTMENT
RECOMMENDATION FOR RETENTION OF EMPLOYEE IN SERVICE BEYOND AGE SIXTY-FIVE.
Name
Position
Place
Date of Birth
Age
next birthday
State if Sched  or Non Sched.
Officers' reason for recommendation:
Period of proposed extension-
Js extension to be final or not?-
Employee's financial position:
 FORM 102  L.'N ,
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
FILEORCLAIM G      300~1-S3
Montreal, June 2, 1949
Captain 0. J. Williams,
Manager,
B. C. Coast Steamship Service,
VICTORIA, B. C.
UlAl
Referring to correspondence exchanged relative to
accounts in connection with equipment purchased in Canada
for the ttPrincess Marguerite" and "Princess Patricia*.
The last paragraph of your letter dated April 30
file 13926A refers to a charge of #93.28 from the Quest
Metal Works Limited which was not reported on your April
Form 1619 as stated.
Will you kindly advise me further and say when
receipted invoices may be expected for this amount and
those items appearing on your April statement totalling
$5,583.00, so that we may submit claim to the Ministry of
Transport, with as little delay as possible, for contribution from the Government Tonnage Replacement Fund.
 , lay 28th, 1949*
Filet 13926A
Pacific Sheet Metal Works, Ltd.,
1007<*9*11 Tates Street,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sirst
I have enclosed two copies of your Invoice Ho* 9271 of 29th April
in the amount of #580*92, covering equipment supplied to the s*s.*Frineess
Marguerite**
This account has been passed for payment and, on receipt of our
cheque, I would appreciate your receipting the accounts and forwarding same
in duplicate to this office*
Tours faithfully,
Manager.
 , Bay 28th, 1949.
filet 13926A
Russell Pood Equipment Ltd.,
871 Homer Street,
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sirs*
I have enclosed copies of accounts as undei^t-
April 6/49, lo. 13930 $505.30 (In duplicate) v /
20/49. 14178 $218.50 (One copy only available)*— d/2
28/49. U282 $230.42 (In duplicate)^ '
28/49. 14283 $226.10 (   do   )/,
29/49. 143U $ 68.59 (   do   }/
29/49. 14280 $ 1.71 (   do   )/Credit Hote. /
April 22/49. 20106 $1,300.00 (In duplicate, Quest Metal Works Ltd.K
the above have been passed for payment, and on receipt of our
cheque, I would appreciate your forwarding receipted accounts in duplicate
to this office.
lours faithfullyj
Manager.
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 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
Montreal, Apri4 23, 1949*
Captain 0. J. Williams,
Manager,
B*0* Coast Steamship Service,
VICTORIA, B* C*
Referring to your 1
13936A, in connection with
ing equipment purchased in
Marguerite" and "Princess
According to my
items indicated in youf
there are also 5 items
purchases made from th
forming part of .amount
ter of April 13, file
ceipted invoi oes cover
anada for the "Princess
tricia".
records,   in addition to
*tter as *psaijn.ng re<
• ailing <jfC, 715/,^W^ring
^uest MetalTTSorks Limited and
f,909 appearing on your February
1949 Form 1619;   the difference of $3,190 being covered
by the 3 receipted accounts enclosed with your letter
referred to above*
Anything that you  can do to   expedite clearance
of these  outstanding items will be  appreciated*
 •
- 13926A -
Victoria, B.C., April 30th, 1949.
J.G. Silmer, Esq*,
General Auditor,
Montreal, Que*
Dear Sir:
Further to my letter of the 13th instant, your file C3Q0-1-8S,
regarding receipted accounts covering equipment purchased in Canada for the
T*E*V*KPrincess Marguerite* and ,§Princess Patricia**
I have enclosed two receipted accounts, single copy only, as
follows*
 DHL     m* w m,        ffTJo,..        mmz
Remington land Ltd.  Gct.20/4S        1808        #365.90
m 0ot.20/4B        1809        365.90
I regret that the above firm forwarded one copy only instead of
two as requested* However in the letter accompanying the enclosed, they
replied to our traoer as follows! *0ur records indicate that these were sent
out the day your letter was received, but they probably went to Windsor
Station, Montreal, Que.* I a® forwarding on the sijagle copies received in
the hope that you may be able to locate the original copies they forwarded
as above around the end of March. If you are unable to do so, would you
please request additional copies direct from Remington Rand of Toronto which
ehouid expedite the matter by a few days travelling time.
 • 13926A -
Victoria, B.C., April 30th, 1949.
For your information we have received another account chargeable
to thia appropriation from Quest Metal Works Ltd. in the amount of #93.28.
this invoice covers cartage and crating of all the equipment supplied.
Same will be taken up in our April accounts and receipted copies forwarded
to you aa soon as the voucher is received by the above firm.
lours faithfully,
Manager.
 FORM C.B. 482
REMINGTON
TYPEWRITERS
REMINGTON
ACCOUNTING AND
ADDING MACHINES
PRINTING CALCULATORS
REMINGTON
(PUNCHED CARD)
ACCOUNTING MACHINES
REMTICO
TYPEWRITER & DUPLICATOR
SUPPLIES
Remington Rand Limited
OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND  MAINTENANCE  SERVICE
FROM A SINGLE   SOURCE
199 BAY  STREET
TORONTO
CANADA
KARDEX
VISIBLE   RECORD
SYSTEMS
SAFE-FILES
SAFE-CABINETS
RECORD   PROTECTION
LIBRARY BUREAU
FILING EQUIPMENT
AND SUPPLIES
PHOTOGRAPHIC
RECORD EQUIPMENT
April 26th, 1949.
R 30.ZI9®
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
VICTORIA, B.C.
File; 13926A
Gentlemen: -
Attn: Capt. O.J. Williams
Manager.
In reply to your letter of April 13th in .which you
state that you did not receive copies of invoices #1808 and
#1809 for which you wrote on March 22nd.
Our records indicate that these were sent out the
day your letter was received, but they probably went to Windsor
Station, Montreal, Que.
We trust that the attached copies are what you require,
and beg to remain,
Yours very truly,
REMINGTON RAND/ttJMITED.
N. BRtJCE/ba
Attach:—
Credit Department.
 • 139264 -
Victoria, B.C., April 25th, 1949.
J.C. Qilsier, Esq*,
General Auditor,
Montreal, Que*
Dear Sirf
F&rther to ®y letter of the 13th instant, your file C3QG-i-SS,
regarding receipted accounts covering equipment purchased in Canada for the
T*E*Y.*Princess Marguerite* and *Princess Patricia**
I have enclosed six receipted accounts in duplicate as follows:
 wm  pm qf pvf        mjsu smm
Quest Metal Ike Feb.28/49
do Feb*28/49
Eussell Food Iq. Get.26/48
do Iov.l5/4&
d* lov.15/48
do Iov.24/48
19745 #2,27^.00
19746 2,442.00 )" " L
11993 194*75
12216 2,364.36
12217 38.95
12343           353.40
this will leave,as outstanding, the two Invoices fro® Remington
Rand Mad ted of Toronto, as outlined in ay letter of the 13th. ffaese should
arrive within a few days and will be forwarded oa tea^iiately.
Xours faithfully^
Manager.
 KUSSOl
FOOD EQUIPMENT LIMITED
WESTERN   CANADAS   SUPPLY   HOUSE
871     HOMER    STREET
VANCOUVER, B.C.
MArino   1613
April 19, 1949.
Canadian Pacific Railway Cg«™*v
B#C . Coast Steamship Servic^e,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sirs:
Enclosed herewith are your requested
invoice numbers 1974o and 19746, in duplicate
and receipted of Qujlst Metal Works.
Also/enclosed are invoice numbers
11993, 12217,/12^43 and 12216 of Russell
Food Equipment
7 #
Hoping the above is what you required.
Yours very truly,
RUSSEEL FOOD EQUI
LIMITED.
GD/d
G. Dryburgh
Accounting De
RANGES       BAKE  OVENS       STEAM  TABLES       COOK'S  TABLES        BAKER'S   TABLES DISHWASHERS        PEELERS        SLICERS
MIXERS       STEAM   COOKERS        MEAT   CHOPPERS        URNS        SINKS REFRIGERATORS DISH    TRUCKS FAT   FRYERS
GRILLES       PAN   RACKS   FRY  CUTTERS     TOASTERS       MEAT     BLOCKS       BUTTER  CUTTERS       APPLE   PARERS  AND  CORERS
CREAM   DISPENSERS       COFFEE   DISPENSERS       COFFEE   MAKERS   ROAST   PANS      SUNDRY   UTENSILS
 • 13926A -
Victoria, B. C, April 13th, 1949.
J.C* ©Omar, Eeq*,
general Auditor,
Montreal, Que.
Dear Sirs
With reference to your letter of the 8th Instant, file G300-1-SS,
regarding receipted accounts covering equipment purchased in Canada for the
T*l*V**l¥incess Marguerite* and * Princess Patricia11,,
I have enclosed three receipted accounts as follows:
PPP 14TE (F IN?, PVfHOfi i&WgT
Ruesell Food Equip., Fefe.15/49 13302R |736#25
de Feb.15/49 13303R 736*25
do Ftefe.2^49 13396R 1,717.60
According to our records, the outstandings will now consist of the
following:
Russell Food Equip* (tet .26/48
do Ior.l5/4B
de Ior.15/4*
de MbVe24/48
Remington Rand ltd. Qet*2Q/*0
de 0ct.2(y4i
We have followed up our initial request on these items and hope to
be able to forward tham to you in the very ae$r future*
11993
♦  194.75
12217
38.95
12216
2,364.36
12343
353.40
1808
365.90
1809
365.90
'..""'■   ' • -    -/;',
lours faithfully,
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 ESTIMATE OF PAIROLLS CHARGEABLE TO OPERATING EXPENSES
DEPARTMENT ..♦.. >  MONTH OF ........................ 19
Amount last year actual     $*...*. .♦•
Amount this year estimated   $•-*.«.«»*.
Total increase or decrease   $>....«••••
Total increase due to increase in rate of non-schedule employees $•.•.••*•»
Total decrease due to decrease in rate of non-schedule employees $*. •%•.••
Estimated increase in cost of overtime
Estimated decrease in cost of overtime
Ne?/ Positions and rate
Explanation of increases:
Explanation of decreases:
HEAD OF DEPARTMENT.
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Filet 13926A
Ruesell Food Iquijment Limited,
871 Homer Street,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Siret
With reference to your letter of the 1st instant forwarding
receipted accounts covering equipment you supplied for the T.E.V.*Princess
Marguerite* and *I¥inces8 Patricia.11
One copy only was received of the Quest Metal Works invoice*
19745 in the amount of #2,277*00, and 19746 in the amount of |2,442.00*
Will you kindly forward an additional receipted copy of these two accounts*
On checking our final figures on these two new vessels, I find
we are short receipted invoices as follows:
ftfite of jay,   jte&dfe*        Jffiount^
Oet.2^48 11993 #194.75 •
»ov*15/4S 12217 38*95 ///
Nov*24/4S 12343 353.401//
Mov*15/48 12216 2,364.36 V
I would greatly appreciate your prompt handling of the above*
Tours faithfully,
Manager.
 Phone: MA rine 9388
FORM   tA-2M-10-47
QUEST    METAL   WORKS   LTD.
"THE HOME OF ROYAL. AND REGAL RANGES"
871    HOMER   STREET
VANCOUVER, B. C.
February 28, %H$
Repairs for All
Stoves, ranges.
Furnaces and
Bake Ovens
PLUMBING AND
SHEET METAL SOLD   TO       fi*»***^t4**i*    f^glf*®    ICHSM?   COWftttV
B.C. CoMt StawuaBhip 8*rvie*
* ii M.a. mat Mil i      -ii.. *a ^b.,
VICTOftlA    1# C.
Hotel and
Restaurant
ranges, Sinks,
Steam Tables,
Bakers' Ovens,
Kitchen Supplies
10. 19746
Cf
for Bull* 729 «»i 730 (Co?f*e SHop*)
Your Order No .^t^ar***!. V-W
Interest at 8 Per Cent.  Charged on Overdue Accounts
Terms: Net
J>    /
Our Order No..
ms*
Quantity
DESCRIPTION
PRICE
AMOUNT
TOTAL
ti mud
Item A
Is smkine 4 «&y moel top storage tebtot *i«i
*P*J$|P<|*W^P*P       W*Wr*jB*iWP      ^**» *W.      W'*>iPM*pM^p       .B.WPW'^.       j. J^Bka»*id^a»ui4l *^|g^, y jfc*%
f» afcktne t *»ly aoo.1 «*t*r •tat*** fi xtura.   oonpl.t.
with fll&Uea fixture ^ ym^ j*^*,
flfc^Mp^     w/lW^ltNmW WP^Pp^W^^      •••     •■..^^P ^r^*4* mmW^Wm)     ..W^^RIP      *^^^ w^^^^^^
255.0CI   1080.00
mm
?# tefttrtujr 8 asnly 16
orate! •te* die hm&tahera
.w*,     TBTpBlF "WP^*    H*^mwHjp  ^P^. ^^
10?C tiwrgjfliie tti a^teriaJL *&d labour
liieoq   f»*o©
jfc»oo
B#oo
PBRCHASHWi DSrAKTME8? j
VICTORIA
OR.
TEKMS
.__# Bar*
F. 0. ii
MAR ¥ *949
"THE QUEST FOR THE BEST ENDS AT QUEST'S"
161* .00
2442 >»00
w . *. p*.»^"w
 Phone: MA rlne 9 388
FORM    1A-2M-10-47
QUEST    METAL   WORKS   LTD.
Repairs   for  All
Stoves, Ranges.
furnaces and
bake ovens
plumbing and
Sheet Metal
WORK
"THE HOME OF ROYAL AND REGAL. RANGES"
871    HOMER   STREET
VANCOUVER, B. C.
February 28#
sold to Ctyaa&i&m B&eifie Hallway Gdapany
B.C. Ocast Steamship Service
VSJKRU   B. S.
for Bulla He. 729 and 750 (Ooffee Shops)
Terms: Net
Mr* F.I. Bailey
Your Order No..^^^^...^^.^^
Interest at 8 Per Cent.  Charged on Overdue Accounts.
Hotel and
Restaurant
nges, Sinks,
Steam Tables,
Bakers' Ovens,
tchen Supplies
19745
/
19249(1)
19455(1)
Our Order No 13456(1-}-
Quantity
DESCRIPTION
PRICE
AMOUNT
TOTAL
Item B
ItemP
fo snaking 2 only monel top urn stands each tc accomodate
three piece battery of urns, cream dispensers and
lowers. tOaC&
A. quoted Jti»/46    • U65.00
Wfm iner«as In labor and)
material
950.00
00
1023.
W
Item *7.1t#
fo mkiag 2 only ssonel top urn stands te accomodate
three gallon twin urn, cream dispenser and lowerators
26* X 48* I 3111 Ag qmim& jun/40
10^ increase in labor and
material
250.00
fo mldJig four only sitetolefs steel display fixtures
!§• X 56* X pMF4tffsi£Qi glass shelves
As quoted tine/48 • |160.00
I0r% increase in mterial e|od
labor
...%-•-
 Dtyij
| OR	
 m j
1                 F. 0.
j.
MAR V
1949 j
CALCULATIONS
CHECILED j
500.00
50.00
640.00
64.00
704.00
'THE QUEST FOR THE BEST ENDS AT QUEST'S'
1025.00
550.d0
704.
2f77«
00
00
 , April 13th, 1949.
Fllei   13926A
Remington R&nd limited,
199 Bay Street,
Toronto, Canada*
Dear Sirs*
On the 22nd ultimo I wrote you as follows*
••With reference to your Invoice Hoe. 1808 and 1809
of October 20th 1948, both for the amount of $365.90, covering two
typewriters each for the s.s*"Princess Marguerite* and s*s. ^Princess
Patricia**
fo conform to our Audit Department requirements,
would you kindly forward two receipted copies of both invoices to this
off ice. •
As these have not arrived to date, I would greatly appreciate
your prompt handling of this request.
lours faithfully,
Manager,
 FORM 102
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM                 0      300 — 1     SS
Montreal,   April   8,   1949*
Captain   0.   J".   Williams,
Manager,
B.   C.   Goast   Steamship   Service,
VICTORIA. B. C
Referring to our exchangerof correspondence
in connection with equipment purchased in Canada for S.S.
"Princess Marguerite" and "Princess Patricia*, covered by
your file 13926A.
In addition to 21 items totalling #12,729
referred to in your letter and statement of February 7,
further amounts were reported on your Forms 1619 of $4,112
covering 4 items, and #7,909 coveringJ7 items - making 32
items in all*^^^ jr /tyS. «=?' '"^
/ Receipted invoices have been received for
1.9/of these items up to and including those enclosed with
your letter of March 22*
// - o/f.
Will you kindly make every effort to obtain
and forward receipted accounts covering the remaining 13
items  so that we may submit claim to the Ministry of
Transportation with as little delay as possible, for contribution from the Government Tonnage Replacement Fund*
teral Auditor
 aussei
FOOD EQUIPMENT LIMITED
WESTERN   CANADAS   SUPPLY   HOUSE
871     HOMER    STREET
VANCOUVER, B.C.
MArine   1613
April 1, 1949.
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
B* C. Coast Steamship Service,
Victoria, B*C*
Dear Sir:
With reference to your File #13926A.
These invoices have been stamped
paid and we are returning same in duplicate
to your office» ^
FUSte
//
/£$0<3/?-      /J*-**
tfi/eff
Yours very truly,
RUSSELL FOOD EQUIPMENT LTD.,
G*^ Dryburgh
Accounting Department*
RANGES       BAKE OVENS       STEAM  TABLES       COOK'S TABLES       BAKER'S  TABLES        DISHWASHERS       PEELERS       SLICERS
MIXERS        STEAM   COOKERS        MEAT   CHOPPERS        URNS        SINKS REFRIGERATORS DISH    TRUCKS FAT   FRYERS
GRILLES       PAN   RACKS   FRY  CUTTERS     TOASTERS       MEAT     BLOCKS       BUTTER  CUTTERS       APPLE   PARERS  AND  CORERS
CREAM   DISPENSERS       COFFEE   DISPENSERS       COFFEE   MAKERS   ROAST   PANS      SUNDRY   UTENSILS
 , March 22nd, 1949.
Filei 13926A
Remington Rand Limited,
199 Bay Street,
foronto, Canada.
Dear Sirsi
With reference to your Invoice los. 1808 and 1809 of Getober
2Qth 1948, both for the amount of #365.90, covering two typewriters each
for the s*s**Prineess Marguerite11 and s.s.wPtincess Patricia**
fo conform to our Audit Department requirements, would you
kindly forward two receipted copies of both invoices to this office*
Yours faithfully,
1 a 21 a g e r,
 , March 22nd, 1949.
Files 13926A
Russell Food Equipment Ltd.,
871 Homer Street,
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sirt
With reference to the attached accounts.
These have been passed for payment and, on receipt of our voucher,
I would appreciate your receipting them and returning same in duplicate to
this office.
lours faithfully,
Manager.
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7
7
 -13926A-
▼ictoria, B. C*, larch 22nd, 1949.
*T*C. Gilmer, Esq*,
General Auditor,
Montreal * Que*
Dear Sirs
With reference to the last paragraph of your letter of the
8th instant, file C3G0-1-S*S, regarding equipment purchased in Canada
for our two new vessels.
The 50/50 distribution of the amount of $4*112 reported on
our Form 1619 is correct.
I have enclosed the following receipted accounts in duplicates
14 June 48*   Kr* A*i.D. Rairbaira $150*00
ICI Dec* 48. Russell Food Bqu-lpment Ltd.(Mo.l26l9R) $1,459.20
10 Jan. 49. do do do (Ho.l2834R} #1,485.13
24 Jan. 49.   Quest Metal ^orks Ltd. (So.19436)       435.60
The outstanding receipted accounts will be forwarded when
received.
Yours faithfully!
Manager.
 FOkM 102
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILC OR CLAIM     Q  300-l~S.S.
Montreal, March 8, 1949.
Captain 0. J. Williams,
Manager, B. C. Coast S/S Service,
VICTORIA, B.C. /
-W
/
$
Further to my letter of February 1, relative to expenditures
on two new vessels for British Columbia Coastal Service.
The following figures reflect status at January 31, 1949:
Vessel
Unexpended
1948    Balance
Appros. Dec.31,1948
S.S.No.729      S.S.2        #      730,740
S.S.No.730      S.S.2 730,921
1949
Expended at  Unexpended
Jan.31     Balance
$2,081
2,081
11,461,661        $4,162
7ze6Sf
>     73g,831
7551,06-a
51,166,0??
Total cost
to Jan. 31,
1949
#2,771,375
2,771,194
#5,542,569
In these figures the amount of #4,112 reported on your Form
1619 covering equipment purchased in Canada  has been distributed 50/50
against the two boats.   Please advise whether this is in order.   Presumably duplicate signed invoices to support our claim to be submitted
to the Ministry of Transport will be forthcoming at an early date.
 KUSSOl
FOOD EQUIPMENT LIMITED
WESTERN   CANADAS   SUPPLY   HOUSE
8 7 1     HOME R    STREET
VANCOUVER, B.C.
MArine   1613
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Ltd.,
c/o Coast Steamship Service,
Victoria, British Columbia*
Dear Sir:
Ms^ch 16, 1949.
With reference to your file 13Q26A.
We have receipted and are Returning Invoices
No. 12619 R /12834 R ancj/19436 in duplicate
to your office.
Yours very truly,
G. Dryburgh
Accounting Department.
RANGES       BAKE  OVENS       STEAM  TABLES       COOK'S  TABLES        BAKER'S  TABLES DISHWASHERS       PEELERS       SLICERS
MIXERS       STEAM   COOKERS       MEAT  CHOPPERS       URNS        SINKS REFRIGERATORS DISH   TRUCKS FAT   FRYERS
GRILLES       PAN   RACKS   FRY  CUTTERS     TOASTERS       MEAT     BLOCKS       BUTTER  CUTTERS       APPLE   PARERS  AND  CORERS
CREAM   DISPENSERS       COFFEE   DISPENSERS       COFFEE   MAKERS   ROAST   PANS      SUNDRY   UTENSILS
 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
OFFICE  OF  THE  GENERAL  AUDITOR
J. C. GILMER
GENERAL  AUDITOR
M. C. BARBER
ASSISTANT  GENERAL AUDITOR
Montreal 3, February 28,   1949.
FILE NO,iJ—» *i? O 4: O 1
Captain 0. J. Williams,
Manager,
B. C. Coast Steamships Service,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir:
With reference tc
file 13926A directed to MTj
/
your/letter
t&ft
nuaryZ6\
)
Furlong, relative to receipts covering
igned
an,
ocean freight and wharfage/ changes on four typewriters cons
to the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Gov
Scotland, which has been /ef^rred to me for attention*
In view of the/fdct that the amount, flO.35 involved,
was credited to the Canagja&n Pacific Steamships Limited in our
monthly settlement, we have procured and receipted the necessary
account here and you may therefore close your records*
Yours truly,
hm =
 Russell Food %uiF»ent I*td.,
871 Homer Street,
Tanoouver, B. G.
Dear Sin
, February 26th, 1%9*
Files 13926A
With inference to the/attached accounts*
These have been palled for payront mr$9 on receipt of our voucher,
I would appreciate your i^eee^ting them and returning same in duplicate to
this office.
//     A Tours faithfully,
71 t if-* ft
wJM
Manager*
 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM C 300-1-SS
Montreal, February 15,1949•
Captain 0. J. Williams,
Manager, B.C. Coast S.S. Service,
Victoria, B.C.
With reference to your letter of January 31,
File 13926-A, relative to distribution of current operating expenses
of the two new vessels s.s. "Princess Marguerite" and s.s. "Princess
Patricia".
It will be in order to charge wages of crew
etc. directly on your monthly balance sheet. No departure, however,
from the procedure outlined in my letter of July 3, 1948 is desirable
for the salaries and expenses of Messrs. Reid and Prentice.
(Sgd) J*C. Gilmer,
General Auditor.
 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
B-29040
Montreal,  February 1st.   1949-
Cant.  O.J. Williams,
Manager,
B.C. Coast Steamship Service,
Victoria, B.C.
I am attaching hereto for your certification and
return for payment, invoices in favor of Remington Rand Ltd.^
dated Oct. 20/48, amount $365*90 covering typewriters supplied
to the two new B.C. Coast Vessels now under construction in
England.
You will note that these invoices have been
certified by Mr. D.B. Prentice, Representative of the B.C.
C • s. s.
Copies of each invoice are attached for your records.
MERCHA
COUNTANT
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- 139264 -
▼iotoria, B* C*, Februaiy 7th, 1949.
J.C. Gilmer, Esq*,
!
General Auditor,
Montreal, Cuo*
Dear Sirs
• •.■■.'■
With reference to your letters of December 29th and February 3rd,
file G30Q-1-S3, requesting receipted, accounts covering equipment purchased
in Canada for the s*s*8Princess Marguerite* and s*s* ^Princess Patricia11*
I have attached a statement of the invoices comprising the total
of #12,729»36* Also enclosed are receipted accounts in duplicate amounting
to $9*617*55. ^be outstanding invoices, as marked on the statement, have
b#en requested and will be forwarded as soon as received*
* . >••>... ■ ......
lours faithfully,
| • * * :-S. '"': •
Manager*
 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR  CLAIM C     300~1~SS
FORM   102A(Tin
Montreal, February 3, 1949
ill -iF/hi
Captain 0. J. Williams,
Manager, B. C .CS. ,
VICTORIA, B. C.
FEB   7 1949
YJ.C
Will you kindly refer to my letted
of December £9 relative to equipment purchased in
Canada for the two new Coastal Vessels, and advise
when I may expect to receive copies of receipted
accounts requested totalling $12,729.
Your file 13926A covers.
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i tor.
 -139264
Victoria, B.C., January 25th,1949.
W..T. furlong, Esq.,
General Foreign Freight Agent,
Montreal, Que.
Dear Sirs
fhe General Auditor in Montreal has advised that he requires
receipted accounts in duplicate covering all equipment applied in Canada
for the s.s.ttPrincess Marguerite* and s.s.*Princess Paid*lcia* now being
built in Glasgow*
/ -. ,: .: .
One of the charges against these vessel^, as received from the
Merchants Invoice Accountant dated October 20th,71948, covers ocean freight
and wharfage charges on four typewriters consigned to the Fairfield Ship-
Building and Engineering Coy, Govan, Scotland/ They were 'forwarded on the
s*s* ^Beaverford*, Voyage 23-1 to Liverpool^ Ing*, amount of the charges
being 110.35.
I would be greatly appreciated if you could obtain and forward to
me two receipted copies of the freight and wharfage bills.
, lours faithfully,
Mi
:	
Manager.
 UNION    CLUB
VICTORIA, B.C.
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Major H.F. Tasker-Tayler,,
Union Club,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sirs
To conform to our Audit Department requirements, will you
please sign both qopies of the attached invoice and return aame in the
enclosed stamped return-addressed envelope.
lours faithfully,
.Manage r*
 , January 25th,  1949<
•Files 139264..   ........
Mrs* Barters Woodward,
Box 1498, R*R*3*
Victoria,  B.C.
Dear Ifadami
To conform to our Audit Department requirements, will yo\x
please sign both copies of the attached invoices and return same in the
enclosed return-adu'rossed envelope. ■« /
Yoq/s faithfully,      /
Manager*
 , January 25th, 1949.
Filet 139264
Mr. A.H.D. Fairbairn,
£rU9QA/T%fm Mat oo, California. w
Dear Sirs . •.
To conform to our Audit Department requirements, will you
please sign both copies of the attached invoice and return saiae in the
enclosed return-addressed envlope.
lours faithfully,
Manager.
 , January 25th, 1949.
Files 13926A
Mr* 23* Goodall,
1550 Wilmot Place,
Victoria, B*C*
Dear Sirs
To conform to our Audit/ Department requirements, will you
please sign both copies of the attached invoice and return same in the
enclosed stamped return-addressqd envelope*
lours faithfully,
Manage r<
 , Januajry 25th, 19-49.
Pile: 1392a
3888 Cumberland  Street,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sirs* /
To conform to our Audit Department requirements, will you
please sign both copies of the attached invoices and return same in the
enclosed stamped return-addressed envelope*
/
Yours faithfully,
Manager*
 , January 25th, 1949*
Files 1392a
Mr. Robert Chaplin,
Box 1282, R.R.#3,
Victoria, B.C*
Dear Sirs
To conform to our Audit Department requirements, will you please
sign both copies of the attached invoice and return same in the enclosed
stamped return-addressed envelope*  /
Yours faithfully,
M a nag e r*
 , January 25th,1949«
Files 13926A
West Disinfecting Co*,Ltd*,
5621-27 Ave.Gasgrain,
Montreal 14, Quebec*
Dear Sirss /
With reference to the equipment you have supplied for the
s.s•*Princess Marguerite* and s.s.nPrincess Patricia* as covered by
your Invoices M7310 and M73H, both dated July 16th, 1948.
To conform to our Audit Department requirements in Montreal,
will you please forward to this office two receipted copies of the
above invoices.
Yours faithfully,
Manager.
 bussoi
FOOD EQUIPMENT LIMITED
WESTERN   CANADAS   SUPPLY  HOUSE
871    HOMER   STREET
VANCOUVER,  B.C.
MArine   1613
January 26th, 1949
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
B. C* Coast Steamship Service,
Victoria, B* C*
Attention O.J* Williams
Dear Sir:
Enclosed please find five invoices, two copies each,
and stamped paid in full as per your instructions of file
#13926 A*
We shall endeavor to continue this procedure in future
as requested*
Thanking you,
We remain,
Very truly yours,
GD/cb
RUSSELL FOOD EQUIPMENT LTD,
Per:
Accounting Department
G. Dryburgh
RANGES       BAKE OVENS       STEAM  TABLES       COOK'S  TABLES        BAKER'S   TABLES       DISHWASHERS PEELERS       SLICERS
MIXERS       STEAM   COOKERS       MEAT  CHOPPERS       URNS       SINKS REFRIGERATORS DISH   TRUCKS FAT   FRYERS
GRILLES       PAN  RACKS       FRY CUTTERS      TOASTERS       MEAT  BLOCKS       BUTTER  CUTTERS       APPLE  PARERS  AND  CORERS
CREAM   DISPENSERS       COFFEE  DISPENSERS       COFFEE MAKERS       ROAST PANS       SUNDRY UTENSILS
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, January 24, 1949.
Filet 13926A
Bussell Food Equipment Ltd*,
871 Homer Street,
Vancouver, B. G*
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Dear Sirs
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With reference to the equipment you have been supplying for
the s.s. IfPrincess Marguerite* and s.s*1* Princess Patricia^1.
Our Audit Department in Montreal have advised that they re-
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quire receipted invoices in duplicate covering all equipment supplied in
Canada for the new vessels* It/would, therefore, be greatly appreciated
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if you would kindly forward mo receipted accounts in duplicate for aU
equipment supplied and paid for to date*  As future remittances are received, please foflow this same procedure.
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For /your convenience 1 am returning duplicate copies of four
of your recent invoices*
Yours faithfully,
/\s°
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a n a g e r*
 NAME
Major H.F. Tasker-Taylor
Mrs. Barbara Woodward, v^
Mr. A. Fairbairn
Mr. £. Goodall.
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Mr. Robert Chaplin*
I. Prentis & Son. ^
West Disinfecting Co.Ltd.
Merchants Invoice Acctnt.
Russell Food Equipment Ltd.
DATE OF INV.
INV.N0.
May IO/48.
m
May 11/48.
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June 4/48.
mm
June 4./4B.
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July 30/48.
-
July 30/48.
m
Sept.13/48.
m
Oct. 15/48.
m
Oct. 15/48.
m
July 16/48.
M7310
July I6/48.
M7311
Oct. 20/48.
43754
July 20/48.
10993^
Sept.IO/48.
11615 -
Sept.30/48.
11704/
Oct. 15/48.
11753-"
Sept.IO/48.
11504-
Oct. 26/48.
11993
Nov. 15/48.
12217
Nov. 24/48.
12343
ee%«-£./48.
»993~
Nov. 15/48.
12216
DETAILS OF INVOICES CHARGEABLE AGAINST CAPITAL APPRN.SS 2
DETAILS AMOUNT
12 Water Colour Sketches s*s.*Prcs•Marguerite"
6 Paintings s.s.ttPrcs. Marguerite*
6 Water Colour Sketches s.s.^Prcs.Patricia*
6 Water Golour Sketches s*s.*Prcs.Patricia*
6 Water Colour Sketches s.s.*Prcs.Marguerite*
6 Water Colour Sk4tches s.s.«Prcs.Patricia*
Use of patent of Chaplin beds in 76 staterooms of
s*s**Prcs*Margueriten and s.s.mPrcs.Patricia*
1 Relief map for s.s.*Prcs*Marguerite*
1 Relief map for s*s.HPrcs.Patrician
10 Stainless Steel Tanks, 30 Soap Valves.
10 Stainless Steel Tanks, 30 Soap Valves.
Ocean freight and wharfage charges on four typewriters, s.s.HBeqverfordMVoy.23-F to Liverpool,Eng.
36 Counter Set Ups.
2 Arnett Soda Fountains.
12 Milk Shake Machines.
140 All Chrome Stools.
4 Sandwich Grills
5 Cream Dispensers.
1 Cream Dispenser.
8 Filglass Fawcett Fixtures.
^-Medalie-Gream-BiepensersT
2 Blakeslee Dishwashers.
%   330 .001/
150.00^
150.00 S
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of invoices
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120*00 /
120*00 «r
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125*00  v
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564.30 *T
2,433.90y
388.55^
194.75 XXX
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 353*40 XXX
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$#,729.36
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YOUR LETTER JANUARY 6  FILE  13926-A UNDERSTANDING  CORRECT CHARGE
APPROPRIATION S.S.2 $10,365.0© DECEMBER FORM 1619 A-213
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Victoria, B* C,
January 6th, 1949,
* C* Gilmer, Esq.,
General Auditor,
Montreal, Que.
Dear Sir:
With reference to your letter of the 29th ultimo,
file C-J00-1-SS regarding equipment purchased in Canada for the
s.s. !,Pr* Marguerite11 and *Pr. Patricia"*
Credit note in the amount of |1G,365.00 has been issued
and will be taken up in our December Balance Sheet. Capital
Appropriation SS 2 wiU be accordingly debited. To date we
have not received the fiaal figures for 19*8 on expenditures
on the foregoing appropriation, and under the circumstances it
is presumed the only entry necessary on form 1619 will be in
the amount of f10,365.00
ill you please advise by wire if our understanding is
correct as to the compilation of form I6l9«
Yours faithfully,
m1
M2£&\ Manager.
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 CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
0     300-1-SS
Montreal,   December  29,   1948.
Captain   0.   J.   Williams,
Manager,   B.   C.   C.   S.,
VICTORIA,   Be   C.
FORM 102
JAN 5  1949        f
With reference to equipment purchased in Canada for
S.S. "Princess Marguerite11 and "Princess Patricia" as advised
under your file 13926A.
The bills issued against Fairfield Shipbuilding and
Engineering Company Limited have been returned by the European
Accountant on advice received from your Mr. Prentice to the
effect that inasmuch as some of the charges cover equipment
not specified in the Contract, settlement for equipment secured
in Canada will be effected by means of rebates to be allowed in
final instalment due under the Building Contract.
In the circumstances the four bills totalling #10,365
should be cancelled and expenditures reported under Appro. SS2
of 1948 on the December Form 1619, any further expenditures in
Canada on this account being handled, of course, in the same
manner.
Claim for these items to be submitted to the Ministry
of Transportation for a contribution from the Government
Tonnage Replacement Fund will require to be supported by copies
of receipted Accounts for the actual expenditures, and I shall
be glad if you will obtain and furnish me with these documents,
in duplicate, as early as possible.
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FILE OR CLAIM        C , 300~1-SS
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Montreal, July 3, 1948*
Captain 0. J. Williams,
Manager, B.C.CC.S.S.
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir:
Further tc my letter of June 25 and with reference
to yours of June 8, File 13926A, in connection with distribution of
the salaries and expenses of Messrs. Reid and Prentice.
No change from present procedure is desirable at
this time, and you will continue to absorb these expenditures
into the expenses of the remainder of your vessels.
Yours truly,
(Sgd) J.C. Gilmer,
General Auditor.
 , February 13th., 1948.    -e.
- 13926 -
C*AJ. - 2 -
For your information, however, to start with I would like to
have this type of paint wherever possible placed on all boiler, engineroom
and fidley casings inside and out. I will have another opportunity of
discussing this matter with you on ^y way to England, and anything you can
develop in the meantime will, I am sure, be to our mutual advantage.
Very best wishes and kindest regards.
Yours very truly,
Manager.
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MONTREAL 15 January   ^^   ^^
Dictfd   10th*
Captain 0. J. Williams* Manager,
Canadian Pacific Railway B.C* Coast Service,
Victoria,
B. C.
My dear Captains
I have today received a personal note from Mr*> Alan
Hamilton of our Company in London, who tells me that he
understands we are in possession of the details of the decorative schemes and shades proposed for your new vessels, and
that it is necessary for him to have this information before
proceeding further with Messrs. Waring & Gillow*
As you know, we did not have an opportunity to get
together when you were in Montreal, and I am completely ignorant
of your intentions  as to the details of where you require fire
retardant paint, and also your proposed color scheme.  If you
have decided on this information, would it be too much trouble
to ask you to send it on to me$ also designating the shades
that you may require* so that we might further assist our London
Company and Messrs* Waring & Gillow*
It was a pleasure to talk to you over the phone and I
was very glad that you made home for Christmas+  We shall look
forward to seeing you in Montreal on your way over to the Old
Country*
With kindest regards, and wishing you every success in
1948 *
WELLINGTON      NEW-ZEALAND
Yours   very truly,
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Sales Manager
A WORLD   WIDE    PA INT   ORGANIZATION
ASSOCIATED COMPANIES, AGENCIES AND STOCKS   AT OVER   THREE    HUNDRED     PORTS
 , March 27th, 1946.  ~g
- 13926 -
C* C Cheevers, Esq.,
District Manager,
Pacific Coast Service Office,
Cleveland Diesel Engine Division,
111 Setter Street,
S&nFrunci&co h$  California.
Dear Mr. Cheevers,
fhe receipt of your letter of the 18th
instant advising that you now have available at San Diego,
California, a submarine tender of 16,000 tons, powered with
your company*s combination electric drive equipment, is acknowledged
with tiaanks, and your offer to make  it convenient for a representative
of this service to inspect the power plant of the vessel is deeply
appreciated.
Just at the moment we are not in a position
to accept your Kind offer, but later on we may wish to do so, in
which event I shall give you as much advance notice as possible
to make sure that the vessel is Still in your area.
Again thaa&iug you for your kindness, I remain,
lours very truly,
Manager.
 Cleveland Diesel Engine Division
GENERAL  MOTORS   CORPORATION
2 160  WEST   10 6th  STREET
CLEVELAND, OHIO
REPLY TO:
1 1 1   SUTTER   ST.
SAN FRANCISCO. 4, CALIF.
PHONE: DOUGLAS 1931
March 18,   1946
t±
Captain 0. J. Williams, Mgr.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Victoria, British, Columbia
Dear Sir*
We received a copy of your letter of December 1, 1945 from
our Cleveland office stating that you would like to have
a representative of yours observe actual operating conditions of some vessel powered with our electric drive
equipment.
We now have available a submarine tender of 16,000 tons
powered with our equipment at San Diego, California.  This
particular ship is electric driven with AC current, 12,800
shaft horse power and has been in operation since 1942.
If you have a representative available at this time or in
the near future, we would be glad to make the necessary
arrangements for him to inspect the power plant of this
ship*  If this meets with your approval, it would be well
to contact me as far in advance as possible, as this is a
Navy ship and may depart from the area at any time.
I hope we can be of some service to you. J
■£
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CLEVELAND DIESEL ENGINE DIVISION
General Motors Corpora
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Pacific Coast Service Office
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B.C.   Coast  Iteari^Mp  Service^
i^om GERMAN & MILNE
Naval Architects and Marine Surveyors
MONTREAL, QUE.
 PlV-«  PLATEAU 1158-9
HORACE H. GERMAN,
M.E.I.C., M.I.N.A.
( HON. CORRESPONDING MEMBER )
W. HAROLD MILNE,
M.I.E.S., M.S.N.A. & M.E.
GERMAN & MILNE
NAVAL ARCHITECTS AND MARINE SURVEYORS
Head Office in Canada for
BUREAU VERITAS INTERNATIONAL REGISTER OF SHIPPING
SUITE 401 DOMINION SQUARE BUILDING
Montreal, que. February 23,   19M>«
Cables:
' VALVE:, Montreal
designs
supervisions
damage surveys
appraisals
brokerage
expert testimony
economic studies
The Managing Editor,
Victoria Daily Times,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Sir:
COPY'
Attached is a clipping I cut out of the
Montreal Herald, dated February 20th, I946*
It was with surprise and very mixed feelings
indeed that I read this news Item in our local paper*
You are being very misinformed, or take very
little trouble Indeed to ascertain the facts regarding the very vital
question of what Naval Architectural and Marine Engineering staffs
there are In Canada.  Even if there were a dearth of such technical
men, articles such as yours would do .more to chase shipbuilding away
from Canada than if you mentioned that shipyards and shipyard labour
were scarce, which, of course, is Mot  true as we have good Naval
Architects, good Marine Engineers,^ good shipyards and good skilled
labour aplenty*
Why not fry to boost Canada by finding out the
facts and then publishing theiaf?
rm alone - with a fine stsfj? of Naval
Architects, Marine Engineers, a Drawing Office staff, a staff of
Supervising Engineers, and acting as Canadian Headquarters for
Bureau Veritas Classification Society with resident surveyors in
all our main seaports - has an over-all staff of seventy good men,
which Is rapidly being augmented to take care of the French building
programme:  AND YOU SAY THAT CANADA HAS NO CANADIAN DESIGNER CAPABLE
OF DESIGNING ONE OF YOUR PRINCE BOATS.  The design of such a vessel
by this firm would be a simple task indeed.  Why be so prone to look •
to Great Britain or to the U.S.A. for designers and plans!
Of necessity we had to use British plans during
the war;  at least this was the Government policy;  and we  had no
quarrel during the war emergency, as the design was complete and the
working plans ready for immediate construction;  but this situation
no longer exists as each vessel owner wants his own ideas incorporated in his vessel, and it is surely logical that he engage Canadian
Naval Architects to design his vessel, as the Canadian Naval Architect is so much more conversant with Canadian practice and Canadian
products.  You must remember that a British Naval Architect will
surely develop his design around British materials and component
parts, just as surely as an American Naval Architect will develop
 The Managing Editor 2
his design around U.S. materials and component parts.  Thus Canada
loses all along the line:  Canadian Naval Architects, draftsmen,
supervisors, etc, go gradually out of work, Canadian manufacturers
of materials and component parts lose business, and they in turn
have to reduce their staffs;  and last, but not by any means the
least, Canadian shipyards close up or drastically reduce their
staffs.
Don't knock Canadian Naval Architects - Boost them.
You talk of British designers having a wealth of scientific knowledge gained over hundreds of years.  We in Canada also
have this technical knowledge, plus knowledge necessary for Canadian
construction and requirements.
Our staff includes about fifty percent of personnel
trained in Great Britain, and many Canadians, English and French
Canadian, who have spent many years with us in our Naval Architectural and Drawing Office departments.  We maintain we-are as good as
- and in many instances superior to - British Architects in special
types of ships, and we are certainly not tied down with old traditions, but are progressive to the limits that Owners and Shipbuilders
will let us attain.
Attached is a list of some of our work both before,
during and after the war.
Take, for Instance, the  new Prince Edward Island Railway
Car, Automobile and Ice-Breaking Car Ferry, alleged to be the
largest vessel of her class in the world, with diesel electric
drive of 13,lj-t)0 B.H.P., four pr opellers - two forward and two aft,
and all this power controlled by the Captain on the bridge by
finger tip control.  The vessel is of all welded construction,
some of her plating being l^tf thick.  The vessel is streamlined with
many public rooms much in advance of the "Princessfl rooms, and well-
appointed throughout.  Her construction cost will be well over Six
Million Dollars and she will be a triumph for Canadian Naval Architects and Shipbuilders alike, not to mention the foresightedness
and courage of the Owners*
Other recent designs by us of vessels completed or under
construction are:
The designing of four vessels of !|,600 tons burd&n for
Brazil;  these were completed last fall by Messrs. Canadian Vickers
Limited in record time, and were the first four vessels to be
built by Canada for private Owners at the tail-end and. completion
of hostilities.
The designing of two vessels of 3,000 tons burden for the
Royal Netherlands Steamship Company with a service speed of 15 knots;
these are now under construction at Messrs. Canadian Vickers Limited
and will be completed and delivered before the close of navigation
this year.
 V
The  Managing Editor,
Victoria Daily Times 3#
We  are now  engaged in  the design  of  a first-class
passenger vessel,   three   types   of   ocean-going  suction  dredges,   an
emigrant   ship,   and many  other  types   of  smaller  craft.
Not   a bad record at the moment  for  CANADIAN NAVAL
ARCHITECTS.
It may also be   of   Interest   to know  that  designs by
this  firm have  ^oeen built  in   Great  Britain in preference   to  British
designs,   and  we  have   sent   our  Canadian  Supervisors   over  to  Great
Britain  to  supervise   their  construction.
In  all fairness,   we   should  say  that  the  vessels  were
built   in  Great  Britain  instead of   in  Canada  due   to  the   cheaper
market.
We  are  also busy in  redesigning  Corvettes   and Frigates
as   cargo   and passenger vessels,#and believe me  this   is  a bigger
headache   than  designing a Princess  boat.
To  repeat,   I   think it   is   time  for  the  Victoria  Daily
Times   to   find  out   WHAT   CANADA HAS  DONE  AND IS   DOING,   and boost
that  instead of   slamming the   country. •   •   .
Yours  very truly,
(for)       GERMAN  & MILNE
uja^u^jU^
 CANADIAN SHIPBUILDING
Far be It from us to doubt the skills of the
Canadian shipyard worker;  he has shown what
he could do by turning out dozens of naval and
merchant craft of varying types and sizes.
But the plans for all of them were supplied by
British naval architects out of a wealth of
scientific knowledge gained by practical application for.hundreds of years.  In other words,
until the Dominion has available a Canadian
designer possessing knowledge comparable to
that of the British designers - with whom
skilled craftsmanship has becoma a highly
specialized profession - the prospect of
Canada bidding for the construction of palatial
vessels of the Princess class is anything but
bright*
From the Victoria Daily Times -
Published in the Montreal Herald, 20th Feb., I9I4.6,
GERMAN & MILNE
Montreal
 Partial List  of  Designs
by
GERMAN & MILNE
(Note:     In most  cases   the  vessels  were   also built under
our  supervision)
River  and Coastal  Passenger Vessels
Tugs
Ferries
Salvage  Vessels
Newsprint   Carriers   (Special)
Pulpwood Carriers   (Special)
Grain  Vessels
Diesel-electric   combination unit   of  tug and
railway  car barge,   the unit  being  capable
of  operation from the  wheelhouse  of  the
tug or   the  bridge   of  the   car float.
Anti-Submarine  Vessels   (Conversions)
Armed Merchant   Cruisers   (Conversions)
Ocean-Boarding Vessels   (Conversions)
Base  Supply Ships
Boom  Gate  Vessels
Navy Oil Tankers
3,600 Ton  Oil  Tankers   (DM & S)
1,000 H.P* Tugs
60 Ft'. All-Purpose Tugs
Ammunition Lighters
Stores Lighters
Water Barges
Cargo Coastal Vessels (1200 Tons)
Cargo Coastal Vessels (350 Tons)
Shallow Draft River Craft (Special)
[4.600 Ton Cargo Vessels
3000 Ton Cargo Vessels, Shallow Draft, 1} Knots
Passenger Vessels (Large)
Suction Dredgers (Sea-going)
Harbour Commission Craft -
Tugs
Barges
Hopper Scows
Hopper Dredges
St. Lawrence River, Canal & Great Lakes Special Craft
Canal Type Self Unloaders
P.E.I. Railway Car & Auto Ferry, Ice-Breaking Type .
Combined Cargo & Passenger Vessels
Corvette Conversions, Cargo
n        *      Cargo & Passenger
February 23, 19^6*
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■     SOMETHING NEW IK  SHIPS
For some months now we have  heard reports  of  a great  ice-breaking
ferry being built In Canada for  the Prince Edward Island run.    By
all acount8  It  will be  something new In ships,   something bigger
and better and'stranger.
The  news has  got  overseas.     In  the Kovember issue  of The  Shipping
World,  foremost   <:, :ll«h publication  of  shipping,   there  is  picture
and comment   on  the ' "PRINCE IJVMS ISLAND".     The  writer points  to
tha   extreme itanoeuvrability of this  ship*   to its very powerful
diaseT-electric  equipment,   to its many propellers.     He  adds:
* The  new Frince  Edward Island ferry is   i ship  of most up-to-date
11 design and well worth watching*    The  hull,   the main dlesel engines
n and the  electrical machinery,  as well as  the  control gear,  are
tf  all  of  Canadian  design  and  Canadian  manufacture♦     Thia  Is
n important  from an export  shipbuilding point  of view,  for vessels
ff of  this   type  in the past have normally been  constructed in
11 British shipyards.*
A little scouting on  our  own reveals  this   ship  is to be 7#000 tons,
will take 19 railway cars,  90 automobiles  and 950 people.     It  is
5M5 feet  long,  with a 69  foot beam*    It  Is being built  on order of
and will be  owned and operated by the  Department  of Transport*  ^ The
hull Is  being constructs nrine   Industries  Limited  at  Sorel,  Que,
The  liesel equipment  is bei. Ii by the   ;. oxluion Engineering
Company of "Montreal,     The  electric work is being done  by Canadian
General Electric at  Peterborough,   and  tha  design is  that  of  German
and Milne,  E&vsl   Architects  of Montreal*    It will be  ready next
Pall.
Hare*   then,   is   Canadian production.     It  is, moreover, breaking
with tradition and  using Canadian   ingenuity.     This   ship will have
four propellers,   the' only ship  In rbAc to be  thus  equipped*
The  old   Idea  that  the  way  to break  ice was   to rar.  it  h#s   gone
overboard,     fhf  new plan  is  to have  a powerful ship with a  veritable
power plant  in   the' middle that  can  turn  the heat  Into any one   or
pair of  our  propellers,   two at front  and two   at  stern.    The propellers  tend  to  suck the water .from under  the   ice,   creating a bridge
of ice  that collapses  of  its  own weight.     The  extra propellers
serve  to dispense the broken pieces.
Our maritime   colleagues will please excuse us for  thus encroaching
on  their territory and  venturing to talk of ships.     I¥e find it  a
stimulating vision  -   this   Canadian production  of  a  ship  that has
got  old on the look-out*
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 Cleveland Diesel Engine Division
GENERAL  MOTORS   CORPORATION
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2 160 WEST   10 6th  STREET
CLEVELAND, OHIO
February 25, 1946
Capt. 0. J. Williams, Manager
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Victoria, British Columbia
Canada
Dear Captain Williams:
We wish to thank you very much for your letter of December
1st, which somehow has become buried in the avalanche
of inquiries which we have been receiving lately. We
trust that you will not feel offended by our inability
to reply to your correspondence more promptly.
With regard to ships in the Pacific Coast Areas that have
been powered by us, It Is difficult to determine where
they will be found operating at this time, for the majority are operated by the U. S. Navy. During the last
six years we have made over five hundred and fifty (550)
Diesel-electric isain propulsion installations on Destroyer
Escort (DE), Submarine (SS), Submarine Tender (AS),
Minesweeper (AM), Fleet Tugs (ATF), Auxiliary Tugs (ATR
and ATA), etc., vessels, a great many of which were
constructed in and around Seattle and the San Francisco
Bay area. These installations totalled more than seven
hundred and twenty-four thousand (724,000) brake horsepower<
One of the outstanding commercial installations of this
type of drive was made on the United Fruit Company*s
motor vessel f,La Playa,11 which up to a very few months ago
was operating from the West Coast of the United States,
but is now operating out of New Orleans, Louisiana, on a
South American run. Eleven (11) Diesel-electric tug
boats have been powered for the Moran Towing Company of
New York, who operate these tugs throughout the world.
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Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Diesel-electric main propulsion engines have also been
installed in five (5) of the Electric Ferry Companyrs
vessels, operating continuously in New York Harbor.
4
Several Diesel-electric installations will undoubtedly
be made in the near future on the West Coast of the United
States, but at the present our activities are more or
less confined to the Atlantic Coast, where the above
vessels are operating. By copy of this letter we are
advising our San Francisco Office of your desire to
observe under actual service conditions one of our marine
installations of fairly high power. If it is at all possible we feel sure that our San Francisco representatives
will keep you posed of the location of ships utilizing
this type of main propulsion drive operating in their area.
We wish to take this opportunity to thank you further for
your interest in our product, and we trust that you will
not hesitate to contact us for any further information or
technical data that you may desire in the preparation of
the ship you have under consideration at the present time.
Very truly yours,
CLEVELAND DIESEL SNGINE DIVISION
General Motors Corporation
B. H. Gommel
Commercial Sales Dept.
Per
R. D. Williams
RDi/pa
 February 25, 1946
Capt. 0. J. Williams, Manager -
Canadian Pacific l&ilw&y Co.
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
fictoria, British Columbia
Canada
Dear Captain Bllllisast
We wish to thank you very much for your letter of December
1st, which somehow has become buried in the avalanche
of inquiries which US 'have been receiiring lately* We
trust that you will not feel offended by our inability
to reply to your correspondence more promptly.
ifith regard to ships in the Pacific Coast Areas that have
been powered by us, it Is difficult to determine where
they will be found operating at this time, for the majority are operated by the If. 3. Navy. During the last
six years we have made over five hundred and fifty (550)
m*s«l~*leetrle main propulsion installations on Destroyer
ifeeort (DE), Sutemrine (?>S), Submarine Tender (AS), .
Minesweeper (AM), fleet Tugs (ATT), Auxiliary fugs (ATE
and ATA), etc., vessels, a great saoy of which were
constructed In and around Stat'tle and the 6&n Francisco
Bay area, these installations totalled more  than sevan
hundred and twenty-four thousand (724,000) brake horsepower«
Qm of the outstanding commercial installations of this
type of drive was made on the United Fruit Company1©
motor vessel nlm  Play*," which up to & ^mry few months ago
was operating from tha .-.:est Coaat of the United States,
but is mm  operating out of Mew Orleans, Louisiana, on a
South American run. Eleven (11) Diesel-electric tug
boats have been powered for the Koran Towing Company of
Hmr York, who operate these tugs throughout the world.
 ©apt. 0. J. Williams       -2-     February 25, 1946
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Diesel-electric inain propulsion engines have also been
installed in five (5) of the Electric Feny Companyfs
vessels$  operating continuously in Mew York Harbor.
•everal Diesel-electric installations will undoubtedly
be made in the near future on the heat  Coast of the United
States, but at the present our activities are more or
leas confined to the Atlantic Coast, where the above
vessels are operating. By copy of this letter we are
advising our San Francisco Office of your desire to
observe under actual service conditions .one of our nmrine
installations of fairly high power. If it is at all possible we feel sure that our San Francisco representstives
will keep you posed of the location of ships utilising
this type of main propulsion drive operating in their area.
.te wish to take this opportunity to thank you further for
your interest in our product, and we trust that you will
not hesitate to contact us for any further information or
technical data that you may desire in the preparation of
■the ship you have under consideration at the present time.
fery truly yours,
CLKTSUHD dim&L  I2*GINE DIVISION
General Motors Corporation
B. ft. Gosrimel
Coimercial Sales Dept.
Per
E. D. Williams
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Par* gte      Co~
limited,
1725 Marine 3u
fancoi
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Dear Harold,
Further to 21;/ 1 of January 16th
xruy the raa^aaineb and other articles which you so
kindly lent iae in connection with Diesel electric siiips*
propulsion.
7e bean pen ui interest &ae
have proven most helpful.    They are now returned herewith
mm sincere thanks.
lours rery truly,
 , February 18th, 1946 • -g
J. 0. Larsen, Esq.,
Cleveland Diesel ©feine Division,
General Motors Corporation,
10 Ea&t 40th Sx^r^at,
lew fori. 16, §. I*
Bear Mr* Larsen,
I thank you for your letter of tha
5th inatant on the subject of ©iesel electric drive
i retaliation, and jour information concerning tha m.v.
*I*a Playa® and the A*T»R» vesbals Is much appreciated.
It wo-old be too lon^ a trip to few
Orleans to see the m.v. »jja Playa», but later on we may decide
to inspect one or more of the A.T^R. vessels at Astoria,
Oregon, in which event, as suggested by you, we shall as    sata
with Mr. I*ouis Kuhn in Portland to ma&e prior arrangements*
lours very truly,
Manage r.
j
 Cleveland Diesel Engine Division
GENERAL  MOTORS   CORPORATION
2160  WEST   106th  STREET
CLEVELAND, OHIO
REPLY TO
lO EAST 40TH STREET. NEW YORK 16
Phone Caledonia 5-4372
NEW YORK CITY
February 5, 1946
Captain 0. J. Williams, Manager,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service,
Victoria, B. C.
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Dear Captain Williams:
FEB 12 1946
OFFICE ii MMU8EI
Your.Fllg_Jo.   raftffTORIA, - B. C.
We are sincerely sorry about your letter of December 1 which,
owing to the strike at our Cleveland Plant, was one among many letters
which accumulated during the time we were out of the plant, and not until
just the present did it come to the writer's attention. We regret very
much this delay in replying to your letter, but hope this has not
seriously Inconvenienced your program.
In reply, we believe the h/Y nLa Playa" of the United Fruit
Company is about the only commercIajr vessel having a power plant and in
a service that will approximate th#f conditions outlined in your letter.
This vessel operates from New Orleans to Central American Ports, and
arrangements can be made to have/your representative observe the operation of this ship in actual service.  If you will advise us of the
approximate time your representative would be there, we will gladly
make the arrangements.      V
We have a number of larger dl
up to 12,000 HP but these are in Naval
difficult to observe them under operat
ATR Vessels which are ocean-going tugs
which can be observed. These vessels
electric drive, and If you are interes
see these boats, we suggest that you c
1256 N. Portland Blvd./Portland, Oreg
will make the necessary arrangements f
esel electric drive installations
vessels, and It still ¥/ould be
ion.  However, there are some
stationed at Astoria, Oregon,
are equipped with 1500 HP diesel
ted in having your representative
ommunieate with Mr. Louis Kuhn,
on, telephone Webster 3686; he
or you to visit the vessels.
If we can be of any further assistance to you in this connection, please do not hesitate to write us.
Yours very truly,
J0Larsen:RTM
CLEVELAND DIESEL ENGINE DIVISION
General Motors Corporation
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United Fruit Company
GENERAL OFFICES, ONE FEDERAL STREET.  BOSTON.  MASS.
H.   HARRIS   ROBSON
Vice-President
IN   CHARGE OF
Steamships
and
Domestic Pier Operations
IN  REPLY PLEASE REFER TO NO.   Jt— *Ly
PIER 3. NORTH RIVER
NEW YORK 6, N. Y.
TELEPHONE WHITEHALL 4-1700
February 1, 1946
Captain 0. J. Williams
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Victoria B C
Dear Sir:
With reference to your letter of January 10,
I am pleased to inform yoyf our  experience with the LA
PLATA is such that we consider it the best Diesel operation we have had./If we were building new ships of
that size we would/engine the new vessels with that
type Diesel.
Very truly yours y^
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 HEAD OFFICE:
MONTREAL. P.Q.
TELEPHONE:
PACIFIC 5285
Park Steamship Company Limited
PERSONAL
1725  MARINE  BUILDING
Vancouver,  B. C.
January   15th,   1946
ADDRESS   ALL   COMMUNICATIONS
TO THE COMPANY
Captain 0. J. Williams,
Manager,
-jd . C • C • o • ,
Canadian Pacific Railways,
Victoria, B. C.
Dear Oliver:
IN  REPLYING  REFER
TO FILE-
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Further to our conversation of last week which
was in reference to Diesel electric propulsion of ships, I
have since looked through a number of my books and papers
without a great deal of success in finding just the particular
article I had in mind.  However, I am enclosing a number of
articles from the "Motor Ship" magazine, which I feel are quite
information.
These articles deal particularly with ships which
were built before the War for the Hamburg-American Line and it
is therefore doubtful if one could contact these people with
the idea of getting further information since the commissioning
of these ships.
I am also enclosing two copies of "Transactions of
the Institute of Marine Engineers", which have two particularly
interesting papers on the engining of of post War vessels with
special reference in the July edition to Diesel-Electric Machinery - on Page 118.  The discussion following this paper is to be
found in the August edition.
I trust the information contained in these books
and papers will prove interesting,and would ask that after their
purpose has been served you will kindly see that they are returned
Yours very truly,
PARK STEAMSHIP COMPANY LIMITED
HVB:EE
Enc .
H* V. Byrnell
Assistant Superintendent Engineer
 I January 10 to, 1946.
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The Unit&d fruit Company,
1 fedsx&i Sorbet,
Boston, Mass.
Dear Sirs,
The knowledge that you have recently re-powered
your ^LA PLAIAW with General Motors Diesel jjlectt^cal Drive is a
matter of much interest to me, particularly in view of the fact
that this company at the present time has under consideration the
replacement of one or more older fleet units, and naturally the
question of a more efficient and also reliable propelling
installation is a matter requiring careful consideration.
While fully realising the advantages to be derived
from an electrical drive, I am anxious to learn more regarding the
service performance of high speed diesel generating units of the
type installed for the electrical drive in your »J**\ PLAIA8. It is -
In this connection that I am taking the liberty of writing you,
as a verj reasonable doubt arises as to whether this type of high
speed diesels would not require more frequent and costly maintenance
and replacements than slower speed diesels, as such a condition
would not inspire confidence in the machinery which is so necessary
in the case of a vessel for our service, which would be required to
 , January 10th, 1946* -g
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The ffnited fruit Company     **   2 • •
maintain a very exacting schedule continuously for approximately
350 days per year.
Having regard to the experience which you have
had with the high speed dieaele in your *LA PLAH*, &ny observations
which you may feel free to make regarding the subject matter of my
letter, end any other remarks which you. consider might 'be of interest,
wo lid be sincerely appreciated and gratefully received, H&tur&lly
any information nhich I receive from you would be accepted in the
strictest confidence.
lours faithfully,
Manager.
 To
Re:
Capt.   0.   J.  Williams,
This   letter was  returned from
the  Windsor Hotel  in  today's
Mail,   marked   "Uncalled for"
 Jan.. 2., I.9I1..6...	
From GERMAN & MILNE
Naval Architects and Marine Surveyors
\^                              MONTREAL, QUE.
 Phone PLateau 1158-9
HORACE H. GERMAN,
M.E.I.C., M.I.N.A.
( HON. CORRESPONDING MEMBER)
W. HAROLD MILNE,
M.I.E.S., M.S.N.A. & M.E.
GERMAN & MILNE
NAVAL ARCHITECTS AND MARINE SURVEYORS
Head Office in Canada for
BUREAU VERITAS INTERNATIONAL REGISTER OF SHIPPING
SUITE 401  DOMINION SQUARE BUILDING
Montreal, que. December 11,   I9I4.5.
Cables:
"VALVE, Montreal'
designs
supervisions
damage surveys
appraisals
brokerage
expert testimony
economic studies
Capt.   0.   J.  Williams,
Windsor Hotel,
Montreal,   P.  Q.
Dear Captain Williams:
Information:
As promised,   I  give  you the  following
United Fruit  Company,
1 Federal  Street,
Boston,   Mass.
The  name   of  the   vessel  converted to  diesel
electric propulsion Is  the   ftLA PLAYAn.     The   following  is  an extract
from General  Motors   catalogue regarding  the  machinery of  this
vessel:
tf Repowering  commercial vessels  with General Motors  Diesel-Electric
n  Drive  has  proved a well  justified improvement,   particularly
!t when the   Diesel  engines  and their  generators  are  used for  dual
11 purposes.     From this   all-purpose power plant,   current  may be
* obtained to drive motors not   only for propulsion,  but  also for
M  any needed auxiliary service,   such as pumping,   lighting and
n refrigeration.     Thus,   a minimum of  additional equipment  is
fl necessary for  this  extra service,   and  it  may be  located wherever
n  it  is  most  effective.     All  these power sources  are   compact,
M   saving weight  and space   and increasing  cargo  capacity -  factors
ft   that  frequently make   the   difference between profit  and loss.   *
An  outstanding example   of  successful repowering  is  the   case   of
n  the   'LA PLAYA',   one   of  the  United Fruit  Co.'s  ships  formerly
ft  in  Central American   service,   and more   recently used, for shipping
w meat  to troops  in the  Aleutians.     Because   of   obsolete  equipment
tf the   ship had been  laid up  in  a Gulf port*     At  the   outset   of
tf  the  war  It was  re commissioned in  line   with the   government's
* policy of making  the  fullest  use   of  all American   cargo  ships.
ff It was  then repowered with five  12-cylinder,   2-cycle,   General
n Motors  Diesel  Engines.     Each drives  a  500 Kw.  main  generator
n  and a  200 Kw.   auxiliary  generator*     The   accompanying  diagram
n  shows  the engine   room layout.     Only four  of  the  engines  ordi-
!! narlly are  used,   the   fifth being held for emergencies.   *
* The   'LA PLAYA1   is   336 feet   overall,  with a beam  of  1+8 ft.     The
n repowering  increased the   speed 1§ knots,   yielding  considerably
* more  mileage  in  operating  time.ft /
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w This   experience  enabled United Fruit   Co.   to compare   cost  of
"  operating the   'LA PLAYA1   with that   of  its   sister  ship   'SAN
tf BRUNO',   which is   equipped with steam reciprocating power.     The
*  comparison showed a substantial saving in favor of the 'LA PLAYA' #n
As well as getting in touch with the United
Fruit Company for data regarding this vessel, I suggest you also
write to Mr. J. 0. Larsen, General Motors Corporation, Cleveland
Diesel Engine Division, Cleveland, Ohio, who I am sure will give
you any information you wish.
Yours very truly,
for GERMAN & MILNE
 t December 1, 1245.
ill®: 13926
Cleveland .Diesel Kngine Divisic
General motors Corporation,      . "^
2160 Jest 106th Street,
Cleveland, Ohio, U.S."-.
Dear Sirs: . .
I asaust than*-    or your letter of October lOtlx, further in
reply to aty enquiries relative to your Diesel electric drive for a loirine
installation. Jar booklet SD-10E, which you enclosed therewith proved i:ost
helpful a;
l would be extremely interested to have an opportunity if
possible, for one of Gur representatives to observe under    I service
conditions, one       arine installations having a fairly high powered
Diesel electric drive.     this purpose it would     reciated if you
could refer im  to i      -ar or other type      el or fi        *ad ae
described, m .ft  service, preferably in the Pacific Coast area*
Our intention is very roach centred on the many apparei,    ..ntas
to be derive-.       is type of propulsion, particularly for a new vessel
ar consideration by us, and your further assistance if possible as above■
requested would be much appreciated.
Yours faithfully,
H a .n a g e r,
//
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F* W* MacReiil, £&<*>,
Henftger,
* Bivi^ion,
6*ttt*rii&n uener&l JElectrlc Co.,
Vancourer, B. C*
Dear sir,
Ret    Turba-Electric S&ip Propulsion
I tharui you for your letter of the 24th ultimo
on the above subject, und the Infonaation contained tnereiu
la very much appreciated.
Qur investigations into the subject of
turbo-electric and other types of ship propulsion ere still
in vae enquiry stage,  "but if later on an electric drive ie
finally decided upon and a hull Ib built in Canada, we wiH
be pleased to confer further with your coi&pany.
lours faithfully,
Manager.
 CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
LIMITED
HEAD   OFFICE vSjSgf^jj TORONTO,ONT
"Vancouver B.C.     October 24,   1945
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Manager,   B.C.  Coast Steamship Service,               m           ^^  194*"
Canadian Pacific Hallway, f   WR^  ^  ^J^^
VICTORIA B  .G. I ^IC:
Re;   Turbo-Electric Ship Propulsion
Our File M-17
Dear Sir:
We have  been favored by the British Thomson-Houston Company
Limited of fiugby England,  with a copy of your August  29th letter No.
13926,  which makes general inquiry along the line  of turbo-electric
ship propulsion.       British Thomson-Houston have asked us to get  in
touch with you with regard to your inquiry,   as we handle their Canadian business in such cases as  it  is possible to  do  so.
First  of  all,     I em sending you along with this  letter a
copy of BPH publication DL-375-1,   which pretty well cavers the gamut
of  BTii production in various classes of propulsion machinery,   as well
as electrical auxiliaries.
You might  be  interested to know,   if you do not know already,
that we are manufacturing in Canada the propulsion drive for the
12,000 hp car ferry which  is being built for the Department   of Transport,   Ottawa,   to ply  between the  ftew Brunswick Coast  and Prince .Edward
Island.       I am referring to this  so that you will  realize that we are
capable  of building such equipment  in Canada in cases where the hull
is being built  in this  Country. For ships being bought  in the Old
Country,   it would be manifestly unwise to consider Canadian-built
propulsion machinery,  so that the method of handling any particular
project would depend principally on where  the  ship was being constructed.       We have the right to use all British Thomson-nouston patents as
far as uanadian-built equipment  is concerned.
In your letter to British Thomson-Houston,  you refer to your
approximate maximum of 6,000 tons at £3 knots,  and with high manoeuvrability.    A ship of this description would call for practically a
duplicate of the equipment  on the   "Rangatira" listed on page 33 of
this BTH publication,   if turbo-electric drive were finally selected.
A picture of that  ship is on page  32. I
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Captain O.J.WiiliaM October 24,   1945
I might  interject here,   that we  do not manufacture the turbogenerator sets themselves in Canada.      These v^oiid have to be  brought
either from British Thomson-Houston or from the General Electric Co.
in the United States.        All the  balance of the equipment,  however,  for
a Canadian hull,   could be provided by us.
The  overbearing advantage,   as you no doubt  surmise as suggested
in your letter to  BT1I,   of turbo-electric drive over geared turbine drive,
is the excellent manoeuvrability of the ship containing the former,  as
compared with the  latter,   as full power astern is available with the former.
Now as far as we are  concerned,   I have indicated above,   that we
like to build such equipment   in this Country*  except  the turbo-generator
sets themselves.       Nevertheless,   whether this method can be followed or
not  depends on where the  ship is being built.       If the ships are to be
built  in the Old Country,  then the logical source of the propulsion equipment would be our British Thomson-Houston affiliation in the Old Country.
As a matter of fact,   I have the impression that  BTH fi^^are figuring with
some  shipyard in the Old Country,  possibly the Fairfiea^enaEB^ineeriiag
Company,   on two such equipments for ships for Canadian registry,  which
might  be  yours for all I know.
I would very much like to have a talk with you about  these equipments,   and I can come  to    Victoria,   or  if you occasionally coxae to Vancouver,   I should be glad to have you give me a call and I can go to  see
you here. Assuming the possibility of a Canadian-built ship,  we would
welcome as much information from you as possible on the proposed ship itself,   so that we could work up a proposition on the electric drive best
suited for the ship and the  service.       I shall be glad to hear from you.
Yours very truly,
'<J2A
Manager - Apparatus Division
FWMacNeillrJW
Enclosure
 213
Cleveland Diesel Engine Division
GENERAL  MOTORS  CORPORATION
2160  WEST   106th  STREET
CLEVELAND, OHIO
October 10, 1945
Capt. 0. J. Williams, Mgr*
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Victoria, B. C.
Reference: 173
Dear Captain Williams:
Thank you very much for your letter of October 3, regarding
a power plant for your proposed new vessel*
The illustrations shown in the Diesel electric drive booklet
mailed to you some time ago represent only a small percentage of the
various types of applications we have installed. We have done many
installations with both direct connected motors and with high speed
motors and reduction gears. High speed motors, together with reduction
gears, have worked out very satisfactorily. There are several other
advantages in using this type of drive. First, of course, is the
lesser price. Second, less weight and smaller dimensions from the
center line of tail shaft to the bottom of the equipment. This permits
the installation of the uni^ further aft and reduces the distance from
the center line of the tail shaft to the keel. Third, the one item
which is probably most important is that this arrangement permits
locating the motors above the floor line, up out of the bilges,
permitting better ventilation and removing the motors from the danger
associated with wet or damp bilges. High speed motors with reduction
gears have been successfully used in practically every type of
application. But, whereas we have no particular preference, we do not
hesitate to recommend them, believing they would be suitable for your
services.
In order that you may obtain additional information about our
equipment and its suitability for your services we are inclosing our
booklet ED-102, which illustrates and describes our engines as adapted
for Diesel electric drive in sizes from 650 to 5400 HP per shaft. The
various sizes described in this booklet are not necessarily fixed, in
that the engines are so flexible that with various combinations we can
 Capt. 0. J. Williams
- 2 -
October 10, 1945
offer practically any size within the limitations that would be
best suited for the particular application. These can be offered
with direct drive motors or high speed motors and reduction gears,
with either AC or DC electrical equipment*
We appreciate very much your interest in our product. Please
do not hesitate to call on us for any further information or data
yon may require in this connection.
Very truly yours,
CLEVELAND DIESEL ENGINE DIVISION
General Motors Corporation
J. 0. Larsen
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cc: Mr. W. S. McKinstry
Mr. T. E. Hughes
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Dear Sir:
I thank you for your letter of 19th ultimo with which you
enclosed ;    :*oposa:    980945* Jieeel Sice trie Drive for
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4401 N. Ravenswood Ave.     ^(IrCf^      Chicago 40, Illinois
Telephone Longbeach 3738'40
ber 27,   1945
Canadian Pacifio Steamships
Victoria
British Columbia
Gentlemen;
Because so many operators of dlesel-powered equipment in your
industry have standardized on the Adeco Nozzle Tester, we want
to call your attention to the attached advertisement featuring
this unit in current construction journals.
This portable, compact, precision-built Nozzle Tester is designed
for accurate testing of both large and small diesel nozzles as well
as hydraulic devices. It enables you to maintain engines at peak
performance and to avoid carboned-up valves, cracked pistons or
other possible damage due to defective nozzles.
For all its light weight, the Adeco Tester is a sturdy, heavy-duty
test unit that will produce pressures up to 10,000 p.s.i. Standard
adaptors are available to fit practically all types of injectors in
use today.
Combining highest quality with low price, this Adeco equipment is
the most widely used Nozzle Tester on the market.  It Is priced at
$58 complete with standard gauge, f. o. h. Chicago.
Complete details on the Adeco Nozzle Tester are presented in an
illustrated bulletin. For your free copy, just mail the enclosed
reply card today.
Very truly yours,
AIRCRAFT & DIEpgL EQUIPMEIT CORP.
LGS-ep
Sales Manager
  MAIL TH£ CARD
fORfuu oeraui
MOW/
 To:  Mr. Bailey Sept* 26, 194-5
From: Mr. Yarrow
Sir Ronald Garrett, Deputy Chairman and Treasurer
of Lloyds Register of Shipping, London, and Mr* William Bennett,
Principal Surveyor for the U.S.i^. and Canada, New York, will be
here about the 4th of mint Month■ and as you and Captain Williams
may see them, it might be a favourable opportunity to mention to
Mr. Bennett the matter of the self-propelled Car Barge*
Mr. Rennie of Lloyds Register, Vancouver, will be
accompanying them, to whom drawings have already been sent and who
has In turn forwarded them to Mr. Bennettfs office in New York.
f^du-7 S7/Z&**"*
 Cleveland Diesel Engine Division
GENERAL  MOTORS   CORPORATION
2160  WEST   106th  STREET
CLEVELAND, OHIO
September 19, 1945
173 fyy*
Capt. 0. J. Williams, Manager
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Canadian Pacific Railway Company *"*>
Victoria, British Columbia
Canada
Reference: File 13926
Dear Captain Williams:
Please excuse the delay in replying to your letter of August 29.
The reason for this was that lately our division has been overwhelmed with work because of th^termination of contracts during
this transitional period from/ 100^ war effort to a peacetime
program. In reply, we ¥fish yo  express our sincere interest in
your inquiry, and want to assure you of our desire to cooperate
in the development of a Diesel electric drive power plant that
will best meet with your requirements.
In that ire have not had time to develop a proposal that will
meet exactly with your request, we are inclosing for preliminary
study our Proposal #080945-A, illustrating and describing a
Diesel electric drive for a single screw vessel having a power
plant of 4500 SHP. There is considerable information in this
proposal, a good deal of which would be applicable for your application* We ask that you review this and let us have your
comments so that we may develop a proposal covering equipment for
your particular service.
.We are carrying out some experiments in our research department
in the matter of minimizing noise. We already have had very
encouraging results. The equipment we have used in these experiments has consisted of building a sound-proof housing around the
engine, bringing the controls, thermometers and gauges to the
outside, life have thereby brought noise down to about 95 decibels,
which we feel would be quite satisfactory for a passenger ship.
On that basis, the noise is comparable to about $&  decibels, as
in a steam engine room with a triple expansion engine.
The modern Diesel engine has been developed and refined to such a
degree that it is not necessary to have moving parts exposed, as
 Capt. 0. J. Williams - 2 -       September 19, 1945
in the old time steam equipment« We will grant, inclosing an engine
into sound-proof housing is a far cry from the standards of conventional
steam engine rooms. But with this equipment there are no reasons
why it isntt absolutely practical.
In regard to vibrations, we have also attained very satisfactory
results by installing the units on vibration dampeners. These have
very thoroughly prevented any vibrations from being transmitted to the
hull.
The fuel consumption of these engines are approximately ,4 pounds
per BHPR, and when this rate is transposed into pounds per SHPR, it would
not exceed .47 at rated HP.
We appreciate very much your interest in our product, and shall look
forward to hearing from you again, so that we may have the opportunity
of serving you further in this connection.
Very truly yours,
CLEVELAND DIESEL ENGINE DIVISION
General Motors Corporation
J. 0. Larsen
Inc.
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cc: Mr. If. S. McKinstry
Mr. T. E, Hughes
 , au ;ust 29, 19 I .
FtltJ 13936
Cleveland Diesel Engine Division,
General Motors Corporation
Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.
Dear Sirs:
I have read with rmieh interest your publication entitled
*a»DK&Al MQTGHS DI£3EL WLSGTRZG  DHIVJB hUi  wuili-l     ;Sff, tig would be
pleased to have from you so&e information as follows:*
1* The fuel consumption rate expressed in lbs. per S.H.P.
per hour, and your recoiamended fuel specification.
2* Any further detailed information you might have to offer
relative to a twin screw installation oi    xlfiately 9000 S.il.P. which
you mqf  btave supplied or installed for a passenger vessel operatic in
salt water. A complete general arran;er^ent print of such installation,
In plan and profile of complete engine room layout of ttftifi and auxiliary
equipment would be appreciated, with any remarks regarding precautions
to he taken to jtainiditi noise and vibration.
The foregoii;;; enquiry is of HI exploratory nature only for
assistance in consideration of possible new construction, and the inforiaa*
tion as requested VOUld be sincerely appreciated.
Yours faithfully,
Manager.
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B»
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fllllams
, August agth., 1945.       *©.
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This company operates alone the coast of British Qolratoia,
a fleet of f i-clase mall and paaaenger stac TOieir tonnage
var' Wt .".., I C -sly 6,000 tone, and tlielr spaed from 12
to 23 knots*
One of the main essentialities in the operation of these
stearaors is for of t!mn to be able to i&ixmver quickly* and for
this t :-t all the vassals ar© ponesed with reeipro*
and only i
Our tion has been drawn to t" § of turbo-o
drive, and inasnucth as we can aspect In the future to have to roplace some of
the oldor units of our fleet, I would very much appreciate your g
>rmation or literature you : Ming 1 tlvely mw form
of usarine propulsion*
Wo Tjould mm weleoaoe a visit from any of ftmg repreoentatlves
this part of the world in tho noar future*
Yours faithfully,
a n a g e r.
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Vletoria, B»C*f May 19th, 1945.
Mr* J. Araott,
purchasing Agent,
YICfGRlA*B.C.
Dear Sir:
Returning, herewith* Messrs* Ryan Brothers* price list on
power operated kitchen equipment, for which I wish to thank you.
Yours faithfully*
©atering Superintendent
 -Oopy-
Ryan Brothers, Limited,
Vancouver,B.G., May 14th, 1945.
Purchasing Agent,
Canadian Pacific Railways,
Vancouver,B.C*
Your file #72.
Dear Sir:
With reference to your inquiry of April 30th, we quote
as under:-
Vegetable Peeler, #6015     |235*00
Peel trap,    extra,        31*50
Vegetable Peeler, #6025,     398.00
Peel trap,    extra,        35*00
Vegetable Peeler, #6030,     510*00
Peel trap,    extra,       35*00
Dishwasher JOIA  Galvanized,    820.00
ditto stainless steel,    1110*00
Dishwasher CM Galvanized,    1540*00
Di shwasher Hl-withdrawn,
by Govt, regulation.
Glass washer BW9- withdrawn
by Govt, regulation.
Mixer - 12 qt. 295.00
Food shredder attachment,     39*00
9ff Vegetable slicer and
shredder attachment,       131*00
10 qt. mixer not available
until released by Govt.
Scales model    402 120.00
Food cutter T-215 430.00
Slieers Model 210, 310
have been discontinued.
New Model, #410 Is similar in
design to the above-mentioned
210 and 310 and sells at    310.00
Prices quoted are sales tax included, f*o*b* factory,equipped
with DC motors*
 FORM I02A(>2
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
72
Victoria, B.C., May 16th,  1945*
Mr. J. B. Reid,
Catering Superintendent,
Victoria, B.C.
In connection with your recent request
for prices on kitchen equipment.    Enclosed please find tender
submitted by Ryan Bros. Limited which we trust will provide
you with the information desired.
Kindly return firsts canmunication when
it has served your purpose.
.Gu^o^,
'3
Purchasing Agent*
 CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM
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FILE OR CLAIM     13926 & 13926   A
Victoria, B. C, .April 6th, 1945,
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MEMORANDUM TO:    MR. J. B. EEID
MR.  I.  G.  TRUDEL
Please furnish me, at your earliest convenience, with
the cost of the equipment required to be provided by the owners, in
order to furnish each of the two proposed new vessels for our Triangle
service, observing that each vessel has 49 staterooms and accommodation
for approximately 2,000 day passengers.
List of equipment is as follows, with any other additions
you may deem necessary and which are not stated in the specification as
being supplied by the builders: -
Blankets
Linen
Towels
Napery
Glassware
Crockery
Cutlery
Electro Plating
Earthenware
Stewards1 utensils,
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a n a g e r*
 FORM 102A
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
nureftcuri       um^
Victoria. B.0.Apr.I7fu.I945.
Capt
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ef erring to your letter of tha 8th. Inst,  file 13026 and I3926-A*
I hav*» to da^ turret! |
in your letter for im
with th© exception of
are being co I by
Bsry to include to tin
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Statement referred *
herewith*
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Youra faith fully,
of cost of the items listed
herewith,
tftrmsils, which I understand
Item ^° iray cirri: ft«CM'»
.storekeeper B.C*C.S*
 CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
n Original*1
FILE OR CLAIM
4439*
Approximate cost of equipment for proposed new Ships, as listed in
Capt. H.W.M<^urrayfs letter dated Apr.6th.45, file I3936-A.
Requirements for one Ship*
1st* Class vm
Blankets.
Linen....
Napery...
Towels...
Glassware
Crokery.•
Cutlery..
Silverware
.* 2447.00
..10373.00
. 8010.00
* 5581.00
* 1413.00
. 1788.00
3762.00
* 10076.00
$ 43450.00
Coffee-Room....*
Glassware....*....  145.00
Crokery.   488.00
Cutlery........**.  315.00
Silverware,teapots,
and ice cream dishesI720.00
mmmm-mmm^ . |2668 . 00
Officers' mess-room.    Cutlery........
Silverware,....
380.00
129.00
B509.00
Grew Quarters*....        Blankets     1000,00
Linen.     1935*00
Towels*****...****      360*00
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' Victoria, B.C., October 5th, 1949*
J. Lorimer, Esq.,
Auditor of Disbursements,
Montreal, Que*
Dear Sirs
Reference your H158851 of the 20th ultimo*
Advances were made to or on behalf of BCCSS crews sent to
Scotland to bring out the "Princess Marguerite11 and "Princess Patricia"
to cover the following Items:•
Cash on arrival United Kingdom $ 690*48
Bar enroute               > 359.38
Postage enroute 26*83
Cash on arrival Victoria 80*00
British National Health Insurance 17*55
$1,174.24
These amounts were disbursed as follows:~
Agents Glasgow and enroute        $1,076*69
Pursers of vessels 97.55
11,174*24
All above disbursements have been charged BCCSS through the
medium of Audit Motes.
Recovery of amounts due fro& employees has been made as follows:-*
Payroll deductions $1,133.02
Special Debit to Agents .82
Time checks turned in to Auditor
of Payrolls for credit 40.40
$1,174.24
To date clearance of above deductions has been received in
Audit Notes to the amount of 1852*68* It is presumed remaining credits
will be received in due course.
lours faithfully,
Manager*
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE OR CLAIM ll • L^OGjX
Montreal 3, September 20, 1949
Captain 0.
Manager,
British Columbia
Victoria,
J. Williams,
Coast Steamships,
B.C.
Will you kindly furnish this office
with a brief outline of the handling of the accounting
for advances made to Pursers on Princess ships and T.E.
vessels, for which entries subsequently appear on the
summary of payrolls captioned "Advances".
In this connection I would refer you
to Princess Elizabeth June f?ATT and Princess Patricia
June T?BTT payrolls, which show an amount on the summary
for advances of 400 and §86.59 respectively.
M.
itdr of Disbursements
 Telephone :   CENTRAL 9982
C,   ii-ES AND TELEGRAMS:   GACANPAC  GLASGOW
A. J.  FYFE
AGENT FOR  SCOTLAND
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
INCORPORATED  IN CANADA WITH LIMITED LIABILITY
C.  L.  CROWE
GLASGOW PASSENGER AGENT
AIR m$i>
Capt .0 •J.Williams,
Manager, B*G .C.S.,
Victoria 3.0.
159.   ST.   VINCENT   STREET,
GLASGOW,   C.2.
PLEASE   REFER
2.3.V.Princes Patricia
May 9th 194$L
Dear Sir
through.
Herewith list  of cash advances made  to B.G.Goast crew
the Glasgow office.
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R.F.Woolford
E.G.Foster
J.H.Armitage
G.O.Hunter
J.Swindell
A.N.Cairns
W. J.McKechni.
J.Ronald
G.G.Hunter
3.G.foster
B.Gerrath
J.Ronald
T.   J.Palnier
H.f.Woolford
J.H.Arraitage
J.Swindell
-A.  N.Cairns
G.G. Hunter
J.H.Anaitage
R.F.Woolford
J.Ronald
RATING
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Carpenter
waiter
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20
80
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5
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20
21
28
28
28
29
30
30
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30
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2nd
5
5
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J.Ronald Carpenter April 20
5
5
5
5
5
5
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10
5
5
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5
5
5
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Yours faithfully,
Purser Prixic ?m Patricia
ALL RATES QUOTED ARE SUBJECT TO REVISION WITH OR WITHOUT NOTICE UNTIL ACTUAL ENGAGEMENT IS MADE. AND ALL
ENGAGEMENTS ARE MADE ON THE TERMS EMBODIED IN THE COMPANY'S BILLS OF LADING OR OTHER USUAL CONDITIONS.
ALL BOOKINGS AND CONTRACTS WITH PASSENGERS ARE SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS ON THE COMPANY'S PASSENGER TICKETS
 Telephone:   CENTRAL 9982
v      JLES AND TELEGRAMS:   GACANPAC  GLASGOW
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
INCORPORATED  IN  CANADA  WITH  LIMITED  LIABILITY
A. J.  FYFE
AGENT FOR  SCOTLAND
C.  L. CROWE
GLASGOW PASSENGER AGENT
AIR Iv&I£
Capt .O.J.Williams,
Manager, B.C.C.S.,
Victoria  B.G.
159,   ST.   VINCENT   STREET,
GLASGOW,   C.2.
PLEASE   REFER   TO
T.S.V.Princess Patricia,
May 7th 1949.
Dear Sir.
i
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This  is to advise you that  the crew of the^S.a.Y^^J
Princess Patricia,  have signed on,  and their wages commence
on the ship,   Friday,  May 6th 1949,
Yours  faithfully
/W zy*y*
Purser, Princess Patricia*
V
ALL RATES QUOTED ARE SUBJECT TO REVISION WITH OR WITHOUT NOTICE UNTIL ACTUAL ENGAGEMENT IS MADE, AND ALL
ENGAGEMENTS ARE MADE ON THE TERMS EMBODIED IN THE COMPANY'S BILLS OF LADING OR OTHER USUAL CONDITIONS.
ALL BOOKINGS AND CONTRACTS WITH PASSENGERS ARE SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS ON THE COMPANY'S PASSENGER TICKETS
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PRINCESS
MARGUERITE
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RATING
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RATE
J.Ronald
Carpenter
83
2/9
J0Campbell
A.B.
56
2/6
MoMacIutyre
A.B.
68
2/6
D.Fraser
A.B.
72
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2/6
G.Harwood
A.B.
59
2/6
M„MacDona3d
A.B.
125
2/6
A.Watson
A.B.
125
2/6
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A.B.
96
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66
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O.S.
36
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45
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Q.M.
R.H.Andersen
Q.M.
G.C.Macintosh
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T*E*V* PRINCESS MARGUERITE
DEDUCTIONS TO BE MADE ACCOUNT POSTAGE ON VOYAGE GLASGOW TO VICTORIA
FROM B.C.COAST CREW MEMBERS
J.
Muir
5th Electrician
('Odd.
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£
s
9
d
3
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Steward
1
9
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A.W. Morgan
Purser & Radio Officer
8
0
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Mitchell
Bosun
4
7
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J.
A. Smith
Watertender
1
11
R.
H. Andersen
Quartermaster
1
11
G.
C. Mcintosh
Quartermaster
1
7
G.
Hudson
Steward
3
8
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W.
F. Walker
Chief Electrician
8
3
fbl
T.
F. Williams
2nd Engineer
U
2
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J.
Norfolk
1st Officer
9
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D.
Mitchell
Chief Steward
A
11
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D.
MacRaild
Chief Engineer
U
4
D.
J. McKillop
Third Officer
3
8
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E.W. Meadows
Second Officer
U
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Doherty
Engineroom Storekeeper
1
5
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H.
Gallier
Watertender
9
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M.
Corfield
Quartermaster
9
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P.
Paul
Steward
2
1
3
8
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T.E.V. "PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
 •
PRINCESS MARGUERITE
DEDUCTIONS
TO BE MADE FROM B.C.
COAST
CREW
MEMBERS
ACCOUNT
CASH ADVANCED TO CREW IN
VICTORIA,
B. C.
NAME
BITING
AMOUNT
J Norfolk
1st Officer
$ 10.00
M Corfield
Quart erma ster
10.00
J A Smith
Watertender
10.00
R H Andersen
Quart ermaster
10.00
G Mcintosh
Quartermaster
10.00
H Gallier
Watertender
10.00
H V Towers
Steward
10.00
S Mitchell
Bosun
10.00
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PRINCESS MARGUERITE
caHadia^ crew
RATING
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J.^orfolk
1st Officer
# 11.40
E.Meadows
2^ Officer
9.80
D.J.McK^llop
3rd Officer
10.40
A.W.Morgan
Purser
10.40
S.Mitchell
Bos,n
5.20
M. Corfield
QM
6.80
R.H.Andersen
Q.M.
10.80
G.C.Macintosh
Q.M.
9.00
D.McRaild
Chf.Engineer
6.40
T.F.Williams
2nd Engineer
8.60
W.F. Walker
Chief Electrian
10.40
JP.Doherty
Engroom Storekeeper
/
4.80
H.Gallier
Watertender
10.20
J.A.Smith
n
8.20
S.S.Warwick
it
6.40
D.Mitchell
Chief Steward
10.40
P.Paul
Steward
10.40
G.^udson
it
11.20
H.Towers;
tt
9.80
GoA.Thomson
Master
12.00
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Electrician
9.80
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$ 11.40
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2»d Officer
9.80
D.J.McKjllop
3rd Officer
10.40
,;".. s>      m -.-
Purser
10.40
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5.20
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R.H.Ande^sen
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10.80
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9.00
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6.40
T.F. Willi,
2**d F^gi^eer
8.60
W.F.Vfciker
Ck'ef ELectria»
10.40
y.Doherty
E^groom Storekeep
4.30
II*GallIer
Watertender
10.20
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10.40
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