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VANCOUVER, April 30, 1976
M.W. Holland
Mr. F.W. Barham
Superviaor
Feraonnel, Safety & Trelning
CF. Transport
Vancouver
TO BE INITIALLED AND PASSED AIONB
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Manager, B.C.C.S.S
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
Marins Superintendent
Sur>3rir.iendent Enajncer
CaVnrina Suoerintendefile:
Terminal Suocrit-Aendent
Departmental Anblyst
Office Manager
Accountant
Tour letter of April 20, file VAN 18A/76 UD, regarding Tram port
Pool Unit Mo.  29-2245.
We have no record of carrying thia unit oh the "Prineees of Vancouver"
at anytime.    Our Traffic Superviaor merely recorded what waa reported
to him by a C.F.T. driver on February 16.   Your letter mentioned it
was unloaded from the "Princess of Vancouver" at 2400 but does not
indicate on whet day.
Kindly advise further.
Menager, B.C.C.S.S.
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 VANCOUVER, April 30, 1976 File:
M.W. Holland
Mr. S.G. Turner
Supervisor, Freight Rates
Marketing & Salea
Vancouver
With respect to the movement of Roaeneise from Da Rlddar,
Louisiana, to Crown Zellerbach's glk Falls pulp mill in Duncan
Bay.
Kindly amend tariff to include the B.C.C.S.S. in tha routing.
Manager, B.C.C.S.8.
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VANCOUVER, April 30, 1976 Filet T-74-39
M.W. Holland
Mr* J.H. Susukl, Vancouver
Mr. £• Robinson, Maaaimo
Pureer, "Princess ef Vancouver"
Mite B.C. Thee
Fleaae apply the following ratds effective May 1, 1976, until further
advlsedi
U.S. Funds et dieeount en international and foreign freight traffic
covered by CFA Tariff 166
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ep *ne» meeeeneV JpeR a\ ■penal welWi
Diacount     1    percent
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Canadian funds et a premium en international passenger traffic severed
by Fsra Advice 12-1
Premium     S    parcent
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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 VANCOUVER, April 30, 1976 File: T-76-1012 A
A.3. Cairns
Master, "Princess of Vancouver"
Maater,"Carrier Princess" A
Chief Engineer, "Princess of Vancouver"
Chief Engineer, "Carrier Princess"
J. Suzuki, Agent, Vancouver
E. Robinson, Agent, Nanaimo
Traffic Supervisor, Vancouver
Slip Tender, Pier A-l, Vancouver
L. Wedraan, Vancouver
The "Trailer Princess" will operate in Nanaimo day service
Monday, May 3, 1976, departing layover berth 0700 for A-3
loading (mobile homes).
Maater — Capt. MacDonald
lat Officer — R. Verchere
Marine Superintendent
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M.W. Holland
Mr. P. Georges
Asst. General Manager
Coaatal Marine Opsrstlona
Montreal
File: 233
Kindly refer to s lsttsr from the First Aid Superviaor dstsd
August 29, 1975, copy to B.D. Margetts. You traced us on
March 23, 1976, on file 103-20.
Thia will confirm that all the suggestions contained in Mr. Starke'a
lsttsr have now been Implemented.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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 VANCOUVER, April 30, 1976 File:  T-76-30-20
M.W. Holland
Mr. F.W. Barham
Supervisor
Personnel, Safety & Training
CP. Transport
Vancouver
Your latter of April 19, file VAN 36A/76 UD, concerning damage to right
leg of trailer #23008.
Traffic Superviaor, R. Pel ley, does not recall the name of the CP.
Transport driver who handled the unit but you are eaaurad that it
must Indeed have been handled by one of your hostlers aa tha incident
occurred during the weak Teamsters wsrs on strike and only CF. Transport
drivers wars working.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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VANCOUVER, April 29, 1976
M*Uf Holland
Mr. W.W. Martin
Vancouver
TO BE INITIALLED AND PASSED ALOHS
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_Monoger, B.C.C.S.S
Asst. Manager, B.CCS.S.
jVkjrhT9_Superintendent
SuDerintendenf- Engineer
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Catering Superinten^gfifo    ^gL
Termir-,aI Sunerintendent
D^norfmantal Analyst
Office Manager
Accountant
On April 13, 1976, there was sn incident Involving damage to
CP. Transport trsilsr #44121 while in ths process of being
driven off the "Princess of Vencouver."
The Sslvags Association was called snd copy of their preliminary
report ia enclosed.
Have been advised by CP. Transport that they will be holding us
responsible for ths damage but there is a strong possibility that
this unit wss off-loaded by one of their own drivers.
This is being looked into and I will sdviss further but in ths
svent that thia turna out to be true, we will have to paaa The Salvage
Association charges en to then.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. A. McDermott, Montreal
Copy of preliminary report attached.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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VANCOUVER, April 29, 1976
R.R. Reid
Mr. J. Susuki
Vancouver
File: 570
Further regarding summer staff for the Ticket Office.
Starting dates ars approved as follows:
Reservation Clerks — Mrs. A. Border, May 3
Mias R. Skelton, May 17
Miss J. Rsld, Juns 14
Ticket Clerks
— M. Whits, April 23
Mias G. Hanson, May 3
D. Bird, May 28
R. Buckham, May 31
In addition, on May 31, promote one of the Reaervation Clerks to
Ticket Clerk. Ths vacant Reservation Clark position will bs filled
by Miss J. Curd, transfsrrsd from thia office.
Dave Larson, who previously worked in tha Wharf Ticket Office will
replace G. Suderman June 7 through July 30, if he is available.
Kindly let ma have your planned worses soon as possible.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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 VANCOUVER, April 29, 1976 Filet 134826
M.W. Holland
Mr. R. Grsnger
Manager, Benefits
Montreal
Your letter of March 19, file 8096, concerning Mra. Mary M. Hardy
who died en January 22, 1976, #17-8-134826.
Mr. Kenneth Hsrdy, Executor, called in this offies snd pointed out
that Mra. Hardy was without an allowance between ths tine her husband
dlsd en October 13, 1975, to November 1, 1975, when monthly survivor
benefits commenced. The October, 1975, cheque waa returned snd
Mrs. Hsrdy subsequently received a cheque for $62.83 to cover
October 1 — 13.
Ths Executor claims test benefits for Mrs. Hsrdy te cover ths belance
ef October snd in ths amount of $43.50 should have bean paid} therefore,
the amount you claim as an overpayment ($21.75) should be deducted
free ths $43.50 snd that tha aetata should bs credited with s further
$21.75.
Will you kindly advlae further.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. K. Hardy, 4660 Waaley Drive, Delta, B.C. V4M 1W4
For Four information.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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 VANCOUVER, April 28,  1976
M.W. Holland
Master
CARRIER PRINCESS
TO BE IN1TIA1LEDJ1_PASSED ALGHS
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S
Marine Superintendent       £/^'
Superintendent Enqineer
Co'erirn S'tnorintendent
Terminal Superintendent
Depax\mental Analyst
Office Manager
Accountant
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Aa a specisl concession, ws heve agreed to handle Mr. Den Mann
snd party numbering approximately 15 persons between Vancouver snd
Swsrts Bey en the "Carrier Princess" departing Vancouver 0145
Tuesday, Msy 4. All ambers ef Mr. Mann's group will haws signed
liability release fores which will be turned ever to the Trsffic
Supervisor prior to embsrklng your vessel.
Transportation will be issued to cover sad handled by this office.
Will you plsass alert your crew te the foregoing In order that
Mr. Mann may proceed aboard upon arrival approximately It30 a.m.
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Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. C.A. Aitken, Vancouver
Fleaae arrange for Traffic Supervisor to pick up iiability
forma from Mr. Mann on the arrival of hia party at approximately
1300 on Msy 4, and forward to thia office in morning mail.
Mr. A.A. Faulkner, Vancouver
For your information.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
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VANCOUVER, April 28, 1976 Filet 559
M.W. Holland
Mr. H.I. Williams
Vancouver
Your letter of April 22, file 50012-10475-6, concerning charges
by Jsuns Bros, for overhauling inflatable lifarafts on ths "Carrier
Prineees."
Tha amount of $137.72 included $97.18 for hydro-teat and refilling
gas cylinders. Breakdown waa not Shown on invoice.
Charges are acceptable.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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 VANCOUVER, April 28, 1976 File: 608
R.5U Reid
Mr. J.H. Susuki, Vancouver
Mr. E. Robinson, Nanaimo
Mr. C.E. Blaney, Victoria
Reference our letter of March 29, 1976, concerning implementation
ef Interim Shipping Bill.
Flssss nets that the lmplementetlon data will be May 1, 1976.
Please be guided accordingly.
Asst. Manager,
B.C.C.S.S*
act Mr. C.A. Aitken, Vancouver
Mr. G.L. Dockrlll, Vancouver
Mr. H.S. Harrlman, Montreal
For your Information
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
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April 27, 1976
File: T-76-31-5
TO BE INITIALLED AND PASSED ALONG
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
Asst. Manager, B.CCS.S.
Marina Superintendent
superintendent Enaineer
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Carer inn Superintendent
Terminal Superintendent
Departmental Analyst
Office Manager
Accountant
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Mr. P.B. Pitcher
1404 — 1835 Morton Avenue
Vancouver, B.C.
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Dear Mr. Pitcher:
I am In receipt of your letter of April 23, 1976, in connection
with your claim for damage to your automobile on April 16.
I cannot agree that the damage waa due to thia Company's negligence
aa thousands of automobiles successfully traverse this ramp during
the course of a year. On the few occasions i that damage of thia
nature has occurred, it haa been found more often than not to be
due to an overloading of vehicles, thereby reducing clearance and
becoming particularly vulnerable to underatructure damage especielly
whsn tidal factors have been involved.
Notwithstanding, I have approved your claim in tha amount of $48.07
and thia la being processed. Kindly allow about three weeks for
payment to reach you.
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HIsVtJbMr. W.W. Hocking, Vencouvsr
Kindly arrenge payment. Copy of rspslr invoice attached.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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April 27, 1976
Files T-76-40
Dr. Vera Laaka
50 woodcheater Drive
Waaton, Massachusetts  02193
U. 8. A.
Dear Dr. Laakat
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I have before ne your lsttsr of April 12, in which you sxprsss
intsrsst in the position of ship-board lecturer on our vessels.
While ws have never before considered such a position it ia
regretted that, in any event, we would be unable to employ you
as our ships srs Csnsdisn registered, operating ia coastal voters.
In accordance with tha Shipping Act and similarly to United
States' regulations, wa can hlrs only our own citisana or landed
Suggest you approach one of tha larger United States' shipping
companies with your most interesting snd novel idea.
Sorry 1 cannot be mora helpful but your interest In Csnsdisn Pacific
la very much appreciated.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.CCS.S.
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Filet T-76-40
Mr. Ngal Lup Chee
2A Naassu Road
llth Floor
Mai Poo Sun Chuen
Kowloon
HONG KONG
Desr Mr. Cheat
Thank you for your letter of April 21, 1976, concerning
employment on thia Company'a vessels.
This Department has a contract with the Canadian Merchant
Service Guild through whom we are obliged to hire all deck
and engineer officers.
1 would also point out that to work en Canadian registered
vssssls, it will bs necessary for you to be s eltlsen ef Canada
or have landed immigrant status.
Sorry I cannot be of mors aasistance at thia time, but your
lntsrsst In Csnsdisn Pecific is spprselsted.
Youra truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
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Filet T-76-40
Mr. W.A. Thaubarger
6391 Loughaed Hwy.
Burnaby 2, B.C.
Deer Mr. Thaubarger:
With reference to your letter of April 8, 1976, in which
you enquire aa to tha possibility of employment as Purser
on this Company's vessels.
It is very much regretted that we eannof offer you anything
at thia tine. Our Purser requirements ere fully taken care
of snd Thi-possibility of this situation changing in the near
future is not contemplated.
Sorry I cannot be of more assistance but your application will,
of course, be kept on file.
Thank you for your interest in B.C. Coast Steamship Service.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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April 27, 1976
File: T-76-40
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Ma. Dorean Atlay
Beauty Consultant
2445 Ware Streot, #504
Abbotaford, B.C.
V2S 3E3
Dear Ma. Atlay:
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With reference to your letter of April 5, giving an outline
of your qualifications in the field of Cosmetology, etc.
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I regret that I cannot offer you employment thet would give
full scope to your multi-talents.
We have only one cruise veaael the "Princess Patricia" which
operetes to Alaska from May 15, to approximately October 3, of
each year. There ia a possibility that tha hairdresser's position
may eventually be available but you ahould be advised,in all
fairness, that our clientele are mostly elderly people.
If you wich to try It out, we will be needing to have thia
position covered for two or three trlpa (7% daya constitutes
a trip) during tha costing season when the hairdresser goea on
leave.
Kindly advise further If you are Interested. You way telephone
the writer st 665-3146.
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Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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CANADIAN      PACIFIC      RAILWAY
British Columbia Cosst Steamship Service
OPORD - #76-19
Distribution - Groups Ons, Two 6 Thrss
Reference   -
Subject    - "Carrier Princess" Schedule
Data: April 27, 1976
Filet 163
"Carrier Princess" will opsrsts over Victoria Day weekend aa follows:
Friday, May 21
Saturday, May 22
Sunday, May 23
Monday, May 24
Tuesday, May 25
Depart Vancouver 1000 - passengers, autos (80) rail
and commercial
Deport Nanaimo  1330 - passengers, autos (80) rail
and commercial
Depart Vancouver 1730 - Swarte Bay -commercial
Depart Vancouver 0045 - Swarts Bay - commercial
Depart Vancouver 1000 -passengers, autoa (80) rail
and commercial
Depart Nanaimo  1330 - passsngera, autoa (80) rail
and commercial
Nil requirement
Depart Vancouver 1000 • paeeengera, autoa (80) rail
A and commercial
Depart Vancouver 1400 - passengers, autoa (80) rail
and commercial
Depart Vancouver 1630 - paeaengere, autoa (80) rail
and commercial
Depart Nanaimo  1930 - paasengers, sutos (80) rsil
snd commercial
Nil requirement Swartz Bay
Depart Vancouver 1000 for Nsnslmo - commercial only
continuing
NOTE: Red Label will not be carried on passenger sailings
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 VANCOUVER, April 27, 1976 File: S-76-14-4
M.W. Holland
Mr. W.C Sylander, Vancouver
Mr. A.E. Hilling, Vancouver
Mr. L.R. Smith, Vancouver
Mr. B.D. Margetts, Montreal
Mr. A. NPDermott, Montreal
Re: Damaged piles, #10 dolphin, April 20, 1976
"Trailer Prlnceaa". Nanaimo Terminal
Reference Form 1409 submitted April 21, plsaaa note the following
further report from the Maater, "Trailer Princess":
"two piles behind the three broken fees piles
sre slso broken."
Manager, B.CCS.S.
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April 26, 1976
Filet    T-76-30-9
TO BE INITIALLED AND PASSED ALONS
Manager, B.CCS.S.
Asst. Manager, B.CCS.S.
Marine Superintendent
Superintendent Enaineer
Catering Suoe-ln'endent
Terminal Superintendent
Departmental Analyst
Office Manager
Accountant
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Klngeome Navigation Co. Ltd.
Ft. of Columbia Street
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sirs:
On March 11, 1976, M.V. HAIDA TRANSPORTER arrived at Swarts
Bay at 0215 hours with the following trailers damaged due to
heavy weathert
Intercity Express No. 430
Malra Transport Mo. 115
Our Freight Claims Department are anxious to aecure a copy
of extract from the veaael'a log and Msstsr's report, if 111
appreciate receiving thia am  soon aa possible.
Thia was previously requested by our Mr. Jackson from your
Mr. P. Brown on March 11, but not received.
Youra truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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 April 26, 1976
Filet 484423
Mr. R.G. Hcinrlch
e/o 975 Alexsndsr Road
Richmond, B.C.
Dear Mr. Heinrleht
Kindly note that your services will no longer be required
by this Department. Since the end of laat season when you
were laid off we have had brought to our attention that
certain aapaeta of your work and general behavior ware
unsatisfactory.
This is in accordance with the Agreement, Article 15.5, which
atatea that "employees shall not be regarded aa permanent
until after alx months continuous or accumulative service."
Aa you have not completed your probationary period of alx
months, your record will read "record closed—termination of
temporary employment" which does not exclude you from working
with other departments of Canadian Pacific.
Two copiea of Form P.F.35, Application for Refund of Company
Pension Plan Deductions, ere enclosed. Kindly sign where
indicated by pencilled "X" and return to thia office for
processing. Cheque will be mailed to your direct from our
Montreal Office and should reach you in about alx weeks.
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.CCS.S.
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 VANCOUVER, April 26, 1976 File: T-76-30-14
M.W. Holland
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Superviaor
Personnel, Safety * Training
CP. Tranaport
Vancouver
With reference to your letter of April 20, 1976, file VAN '32A/76,
In which you state that you will be holding ua fully responsible
for damage to trailer 44121.
Third Officer R. Verchere, on duty at the time of the accident
states that the unit in question wss driven off the veaael by your
driver Keith Randall and that he (R. Verchere) actually had a
conversation with Mr. Randall regarding tha matter.
Before we take any further action will you kindly have your driver
interviewed and advise.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
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 VANCOUVER, April 26, 1976 Filet X-73-8-8
M.W. Holland
Mr. A. McDermott
Montreal
Your latter of February 27, 1976, in connection with Dolphin No. 4
at Nanaimo Terminal.
We are returning herewith Form 407, duly completed by the Division
Engineer, as requested.
Also enclosed is a copy of the Divialon Engineer's letter of April 9.
We would draw your attention to the final paragraph of tha footnote
to W.E. Holland (Supervisor, Data Centre). Thia will give you some
Idea of the problems encountered In being able to provide you with
the true coat of rapalra, for Insurance purposes.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
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 VANCOUVER, April 26, 1976 File:  114698
M.W. Holland
Mr. J.A. Sabourin
Manager
Disbursement Accounting
Montreal
Enclosed herewith Is Crown Life Insurance Form for termination
of certificate in favour of Leonard G. ARMSTRONG, #17-114698.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
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 VANCOUVER, April 26, 1976 File: 126613
M.W. Holland
Mr. N.D. Mullins
Law Deportment
Vancouver
Concerning #17-P-126613, Edward Evander STEWART, deceased
March 25, 1976, wa now enclose the following documents:
Completed Form P.R.3
Copy of Certificate of Death
Copy of Last Will and Testament
Manager, B.C.C.S,
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 April 26, 1976
Filet T-75-30-25
Messrs. Ferris, Vaughan, Wills 6 Murphy
Barristers 6 Solicitors
P.O. Box 10026, Pacific Centre
Toronto Dominion Bank Tower
700 West Georgia Street
Vencouver, B.C.
V7Y IB3
Dear Slrst
Your letter of April 22, 1976, file 43-372, enclosing invoice
in the amount of $356.75 to cover repalra to Johnston Terminals
trsilsr #5984.
Invoice will be processed snd cheque is settlement should reach
you in about three weeks.
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.CCS.S.
cc: Mr. W.W. Hocking, Vencouver
Kindly arrange payment of Invoice attached.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "S'
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
23 April 1976.
File No. 103
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Superintendent B^msr
S^^yA Supirlrt?indafr»'
Terming} &j ^nntenSt
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Mr. D. McQuillan
4680 - 197A St.
Langley, B.C.
Dear Mr. McQuillan:
Oh September 12, 1975, we wrote to you in connection with
promised payment in the amount of $28.45 to cover transportation of a vehicle between Nanaimo and Vancouver on August 14,
1975.  Consideration was given your request to reduce payment
from $46.00 to $28.45, following which you promised Mr. J.
Finnie that this cheque would be sent to cover the transportation of vehicle and driver as above described.
Since that time several telephone calls have been made on our
behalf by Mr. Finnie in an endeavour to collect this outstanding amount.  On each occasion a promise was made that the cheque
would be forwarded, and in some instances that the cheque had
actually been forwarded.  It is still quite evident that cheque
has not been forwarded and this amount remains outstanding.
In good faith your vehicle and driver were handled under tariff
between Nanaimo and Vancouver, and Canadian Pacific is entitled
to the revenue under tariff for the handling of same. While we
have been patient and have expended the energies of Mr. Finnie on
several occasions to impress upon you that payment is required,
it is evident to date that you have no intention of making this
payment.
The purpose of this letter, therefore, is to advise you that
unless payment is forwarded forthwith, this matter will be turned
over to our Legal Department for whatever action they deem necessary.  We trust that you will arrange for the forwardance of
your certified cheque to preclude the afore-mentioned possible
legal action.
Yours very truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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VANCOUVER, 23 April 1976.
File:  76.ALA
R.R. Eeld
Mr. B.D. Margetts
Montreal, Que.
SPACE AVAILABILITY - "PRINCESS PATRICIA"
Although there have been several rooms changing hands since the
last report, room occupancy of the "Patricia" has readied 91.3%.
While the release by Hereon Tours of space held on June 16th and
June 24th has placed these sailings at 75% occupancy, in comparison
with 85% and 84% occupancy as planned, we feel that we will be able
to pull these sailings up to plan with the special Agency, newspaper and senior citizen programmes we have placed into effect
as the result of Marcon cancellations.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Manager. BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
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PRINCESS PATRICIA ALASKA CRUISES
WE'RE DISAPPOINTED!  ONE OF OUR
TOUR GROUPS HAS CANCELLED OUT - BUT
IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BECAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, MUCH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS." LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S,
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23 April 1976.
File No. T-76-49-E
Mrs. C.R. Wight
435 Michigan St.
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Mrs. Wight:
We are attaching B.C. Coast Pass BH 785, 1974~7S, in your
favour.
Flease note pass should be signed on the back.
Yours very truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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WE'RE DISAPPOINTED!  ONE OF OUR
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IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BECAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.' LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
 CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date VANCOUVER, 23 April 1976.
m A.N. Cairns
File:  T-76-1010-A
Master )
Chief Engineer )
Purser ) "Princess of Vancouver"
Chief Steward )
AA' Form 102-R
Master
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Chief Engineer  )
Carrier Princess"
Mr. E. Robinson, Nanaimo.
Mr. J.H. Suzuki, Vancouver.
Reference OPORD #76-18.
Heads of Departments will arrange leave for those persons not
required for duty.
Deck Department to maintain security as follows:
1st and 2nd Officers      6x6 watches
1 seaman per watch        4x8
Clock rounds at 2-hourly intervals  from 1200 Saturday, May
May 1 through 1800 Sunday, May 2.
Gangway to be closed except for working crew access only.
Personnel on leave are not to remain on board.
Visitors are. not permitted on board.
MarineJSuperintendent
ANCVWV
cc.  Mr. A.A. Faulkner
Dept. of INVESTIGATION
Vancouver, B.C.
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File 3o. 76.CI1A.529.H.
Mr. Karl C. Gresowski, President
Hawaiian Polynesia Tours
2020 No. Broadway
Santa Ana, California 92706.
Dear Karl:
To assist you in finalising 15 May 'Princess Patricia" charter,
ve show below details of deposits received and balance due:
On basis of carrying 300-310 passengers,
charter rate is -  $150,000.
Deposits received        -    25.000.
Balance due 23 April 1976  -  §125,000.
Any adjustment will as usual be arranged, following PURSER'S
advice of actual number of passengers carried.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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WE'RE DISAPPOINTED!  ONE OF OUR
TOUR GROUPS HAS CANCELLED OUT - BUT
IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BECAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.  LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       RAILWAY
British  Columbia  Coast  Steamship  Service
OPORD       - #76-18 Date:  23 April 1976
Distribution - Groups One, Two & Three        File:  163
(Excluding Pr. Patricia)
Reference
Subject     - "Princess of Vancouver" Schedule
To facilitate contract repairs to the Wellcox ramp at Nanaimo,
the "Princess of Vancouver" will be withdrawn from service from
1030 Saturday, 1 May 1976, until 1830 Sunday, 2 May 1976, resuming schedule with the 2000 sailing same date.
Wellcox berth Nanaimo will not be available to any ships during
period 0800 Saturday through 2200 Sunday.
"Princess of Vancouver" will depart layover berth 1830 Sunday for
movement to A-3.
cc.  "Seaspan Doris"
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Filet T-76-40
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2A Nassau Road
llth Floor
Mel Foo Sun Chuen
Kowloon
HONG K0M6
Dear Mr. Cheat
Thank you for your latter of April 12, 1976, concerning
employment on thia Company*a vessels.
Thia Department has a contract with tha Canadian Merchant
Service Guild through whom we are obliged to hire all deck
and engineer offleera.
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1 would alao point out that to work on Canadian regiatarad
vessels, it will be necasaary for you to be a cltlsen of, or
have landed Immigrant status in Canada.
Sorry I cannot be of more assistance at thia time, but your
Interest in Canadian Pacific is appreciated.
Yours truly»
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
v B.C.C.S.S.
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Filet T-76-40
Ms. Rosemary Drury
25 Norbert Crescent
Etobicoke, Ontario
Dear Ms. Drury:
Thank you for your letter of April 17, 1976, enquiring as
to the possibility of employment aboard our Alaska cruise
veasal, the "Princess Patricia."
There are no waltreaaaa employed on the "Princess Patricia."
We do have students working on the ahip in tha summer but they ara
all mala, aa wa have no female sleeping accommodations available.
We occasionally have vacancies for Coffee Room Assistants on our
ferry tha "Princeaa of Vancouver" but the way it looks at present
we have sufficient people laid off from last summer to fill all
tha vacancies that will occur.
Sorry I cannot be of mora assistance at thia time, but your intereat
in Canadian Pacific la appreciated.
Toura truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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Filet T-76-40
Mr. Hubert Hyland
816B Alexander Street
Whltahoraa, Yukon
Dear Mr. Hyland:
Thank you for your latter of April 13, 1976, concerning
employment aboard our vessels.
This Department has a contract with tha Seafarer's International
Union through whom we hire all deck and engineroom personnel
and it will be necessary for you to become a member of that
organisation before we can employ you. If you wish to write
to them, their address is 837 Homer Street, Vancouver, B.C.
Sorry we cannot be more helpful at thia time, but your lntereat
in Canadian Pacific la appreciated.
Youra truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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T.G.   FOX 014-47357
SAINT JOHN, N.B.
PLS ADVISE IF CAN RESERVE IN ADVANCE PACIFIC GRAY LINES BUS SAINT JOHN
DIGBY THIS FALL DATE TO BE ADVISED OR IF FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS
TOGETHER WITH RATE AND IF ANY PARTY RATE     BCC-69
R.R. REID
ASST. MGR., BCCSS
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B.D. MARGETTS
MONTREAL, QUE.
APR 21/76 A 35/6.1 C 297/1.2 E 83/.5  F 217/13.0 G 158/13.1 J   .3
K 34.2 L CR HAIDA T 3.6 BCC-71
M.W.  HOLLAND
MGR.,  BCCSS
WWH'BB
 TELEX
VANCOUVER, B.C., 22 APRIL 1976
N. CARTWRIGHf
COASTAL MARINE OPERATIONS
MONTREAL, QUE.
RYT NC-4-161 ARE CHECKING VOLUMES PERIOD APR 12-19 ACTUAL TO PLAN
PLS NOTE ACTUAL DURING THIS PERIOD DO NOT REPRESENT NORMAL OPERATIONS
BUT REFLECT CATCHUP FROM STRIKE COUPLED WITH ABNORMAL EASTER WEEKEND
CONDITIONS THUS BE CAREFUL NOT TO    BE MISLEADING IN LETTER WILL WIRE
CONFIRMATION  IN MORNING BCC-67
M.W.  HOLLAND"
MANAGER,  BCCSS
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Internal Correspondence
Date  VANCOUVER, B.C., 22 April 1976. File:  440
From
To
M.W. Holland
Messrs. R.R.
Reid
A.N.
Cairns
T. K
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F.W.
Atkinson
W.W.
Hocking
C.A.
Aitken
J.D.
Finnie
L.B.
Jackson
H.L.
Hudson
Attached is copy of Memorandum I wrote on 15 March 1976 with
respect to Monthly Management Meetings, which I propose to call
in future.
I think you will appreciate that the Memorandum expresses my
opinion of the value which these meetings hold.  You are requested to bear in mind that same will be held, and to be prepared to make a contribution at such time.
Should any individual have a reason for not attending these
meetings as they are called, he is requested to discuss such
reasons with me personally.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
MWH'BB
S) Form 102-R
 TELEX VANCOUVER,   B.C.,   22 APRIL'1976
N.   CARTWRIGHT
.COASTAL MARINE  OPERATIONS . i
MONTREAL,   QUE.
RYT NC-4-161 APR-T AND T VOLS AS FOLLOWS
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VANC-NAN WK 1-7    526. UNITS  8-14    966  UNITS     15-21    813 UNITS TOTAL 2308
FOR DAILY AVG 110 PERIOD  12-19     1121  UNITS  FOR DAILY AVG 140
VANC-SB WK 1-7    480  UNITS    8-14'    760 UNITS    15-21    567 UNITS TOTAL 1807
FOR DAILY AVG 104    period 12-19     836  UNITS FOR DAILY AVG 104
PLAN  INCLUDES FOR APR VANC-NAN 4365  UNITS FOR DAILY AVG 145 AND VANC^SB
3129  UNITS FOR DAILY AVG 104
THUS   INASMUCH PERIOD  12-19   IMPROVED  STILL NOT ABOVE  ORIGINAL PROFIT PLAN
SUGGEST YOU TABULATE  THESE  FIGURES AND THEN WE  DISCUSS BCC-68
M.W.   HOLLAND '• A.
MGR.   BCCSS
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 VANCOUVER, 22 April 1976. File: 556
A.N. Cairns
Master, "Princess of Vancouver"
"princess Patricia"
"Carrier Princess"
"Trailer Princess"
Paragraphs 1-3 of the enclosed Port of Vancouver letter, are
self-explanatory and your co-operation is anticipated.
In regard to the final paragraph concerning the fitting of
a strobe light, I am taking thia proposal under consideration
and solicit your comments.
Marine Superintendent
cc. Capt. R.C. Stevens
Asst. Harbour Master
Vancouver, B.C.
 CPRall
Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
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WE'RE DISAPPOINTED!  ONE OF OUR
TOUR GROUPS HAS CANCELLED OUT - BUT
IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BECAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.- LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S,
 TTELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., 22 APRIL 1976
B.D. MARGETTS
MONTREAL, QUE.
APR 20/76 A 14/2.4 C 397/1.7 E 138/.8 F 176/10.6 G 91/7.5 J 1.1
K 24.1 L CR HAIDA T 1.8    BCC-66
W.M. HOLLAND
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WWH'BB
 TELEX VANCOUVER,   B.C.,  22 APRIL 1976
File:    T-76-10
A.   MCDERMOTT 01-20642
MONTREAL,   QUE.
YTD PR PATRICIA COMPASS ADJUSTMENT CRUISE MAY 14/76 ENTERS  SERVICE
MAY 15/76 BCC-65
M.W. HOLLAND
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 VaNCOUV&A, April 22, 1976 Filet T-76-39
M.W. Holland
Mr. J.N. Susukl, Vancouver
Mr. £• Robinson, Nanaimo
Parser, "Princess of Vancouver"
Mia* B.C. Thorn
Effective immediately sterling travellers cheques are to be
accepted at $1.72 to tha pound. Do not accept aterllng
travellers cheques negotiable only ia sterling area.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
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April 22, 1976
Filet 100623
Messrs. Boyla & Company
Barrlstara & Solicitors
Imperial Building
234 Main Street, P.O. Box 129
Pentictlon, B.C.
V2A 6K2
ATTENTION: Mr. Edgar Dewdnev
Dear Slrst
Ret Estate of Cyril Herbert Ruffall,
4'cacffd Jftfinory 1, 1976	
Thank you for your latter of April 8, with which you forwarded
us the necessary documents.
Returned herewith is Certificate of Death.
Yours truly.
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 VANCOUVER, April 22, 1976 Filet  100625
M.W. Holland
Mr. N.D. Mullins, Q.C.
Law Department
Vancouver
Reference our letter to you of April 5, concerning Cyril RUFFELL, #100625,
deceaaed January 1, 1976.
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Eneloaed herewith ia completed Form P.R.3 and copy of Certificate of
Death.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 VANCOUVER, April 22, 1976 Pilot T-76-30-21
H.L. Hudson
Mr. C.A. Aitken
Vancouver
CP. Transport are holding us responsible for damage sustained by
their unit #29-2245 ex "Princess of Vancouver" 2400, on February 16,
1976.
There ia no indication in Mr. Pelley*a record as to how tho damage
occurred mad by whom it woo reported.
Will you kindly advise and lot mm hove copy of tho waybill.
Office Manager
ect Mr. E. Robinson, Nanaimo
Any Irregularities at your end, ploaaa?
Office Manager
HLH/jb
 April 22, 1976
File: 164
CP. Express
30 Newbridge Road
P.O. Box 912
Postal Station U
Toronto, Ontario
M8Z 5R9
ATTENTION! Mr. J. Oliver
Manager Clalma
Door Sirs;
Ret Claim Ref. 26/7685
Your letter of April 19, 1976, file C. 22970-6, in connection
with lost shipment covered by waybill #88004959-0.
This shipment, destined to us, was to bo handled all the way
from England by Canadian Pacific and delay In submitting claim
was duo to tho length of time spent in investigating by tha various
departments involved — CP. Ships, CP. Transport, etc. It is
considered that this is, therefore, a "family matter" and should
not jeopardise our chances of recovering the coat of replacing tho
missing components. We have bean unable until recently to ascertain
aa to when and where the shipment actually became "loot". Thia
transpired to be on the Lachine, Quebec—Vancouver, B.C. portion
of tho route over which it waa to be transported by CP. Express.
On Juno 11, 1975, this matter waa taken up with K.A, McGregor of
CP. Transport in Vancouver and thereby drawn to your attention,
within twelve months of shipping as described in E.T.A. Tariff 100*
Further copy of thia latter is attached.
It will bo appreciated if you will again peruse copies of correspondence-
submitted with our letter of April 9, 1976, and give tho matter your
further consideration, advising.
Yours truly.
M.W. HOLLAND
Monger, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 VANCOUVER, April 22, 1976 Filet 494008 (I)
M.W. Holland
Mr. w. Roueselet
2nd Steward
"Princess of Vancouver"
Ret Injury austalned by James O'REILLY
on April 18. 1976	
Under Item 9(d) of Form B.C.C.S.8 you state that you did not
inspect the site of the accident. Thia ahould have been done
to ensure and report there waa not a tripping or slipping hasard
present, such ma  greese, worn carpet, etc. Concern shown by
Supervisors encourages good safety practices among employees.
You should also hsve ensured that the employee was wearing
appropriate footwear that would not contribute to slipping.
Pledse advise.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb"
 VANCOUVER, April 22, 1976 Pilot T-76-1010 A
F.W. Atkinson
Chief Steward
PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER
Please bo advised that tho schedule for C.R.A. #1 will be
follows on Saturdays only:
0600 - 1130 3%
1130 - 1200 Lunca
1200 - 1500 3
1630 - 2000 1*
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Thia will bo in effect Saturday, April 24.
Catering Superintendent
cct Bulletin Board, "Princess of Vancouver"
Mr. J.A. Foster, c/o Chief Steward, "Princess of Vancouver"
FWA/jb
 April 22, 1976
Pilot 130181
Mr. M. Chow
730 Pembroke Street
Victoria, B.C.
VST 1H8
Dear Mr. Chowt
Reference your note of April 20, advising that you will
be fit for work on April 26, 1976.
Plaaaa obtain note from your doctor certifying that you
will be fit for work April 26, at which time you will
proceed on leave.
Youra truly,
F.W. ATKINSON
Catering Supt.
B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 VANCOUVER, April 22, 1976 Files 253
R.R. Rold
Chief Steward
CARRIER PRINCESS
Please let mo have a reply to my tracer of April 6, regarding
status of first aid equipment.
Assistant
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Manager, B.CCS.S,
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
Marine Superintendent       C<c
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VANCOUVER, 21 April 1976.
M.W. Holland
Mr.  H.S.  liarriman
Montreal,  Que.
I am enclosing tickets Form BCS 1 and BCS 10, as noted on the
attached Form 210, and would appreciate your arranging destruction
of these tickets.
These were forwarded to us from the Customer Service Centre at
Kamloops account no longer required at that point, and they are
now outdated.
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File No. T-76-1Q
Mrs. Bits Speck
Box 41
Alert Bay, B.C.
Dear Mrs. Speckt
The "Princess Patricia," during her 1976 cruise season, will
be celling at Alert Bey at 2:00 p.m. May 22nd and every
eight days thereafter until September 27th.   There will be
a short cruise departing Vancouver September 28th, which is
scheduled to arrive Alert Bay on October 1st at approximately
3*00 p.m.
It will be appreciated if you will kindly advise us if Indian
dances will be provided on all dates, as in past years, and
whether there has been any change in the cost.
Yours very truly,
R.R.  REID
Asst. Manager,  B.C.C.S.S.
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PRINCESS PATRICIA ALASKA CRUISES
WE'RE DISAPPOINTED!  ONE OF OUR
TOUR GROUPS HAS CANCELLED OUT - BUT
IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BE- •
CAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.' LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
 VANCOUVER, 21 April 1976. File:  76.521.U.S.N.
R.R. Reid*
Mr. J.H. Suzuki (2)
Vancouver, B.C.
Will you please arrange to issue 50 BCS 10's reading between Vancouver and Nanaimo, undated, stamped "Subject to availability of
space," and covering one 48-foot vehicle and driver, showing the
rate of $75.00 thereon.
Please make up billing to cover same to Supply Officer, Naval
Torpedo Station, Bangor Annex, Keyport, Washington 98345, U.S.A.,
Attention:  Donna Kirkpatrick, in connection with'Requisition No.
N00253-76-M-5086. When showing total collection required, indicate U.S. funds.
It will be appreciated if you can let me have these tickets as
quickly as possible.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
 21 April 1976.
File No. 76.CKA.529.H.
Mr. L.W.E. Griffiths
Operations Manager
Gray Line of Prince Rupert
2nd Ave. & 2nd St.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Dear Skip:
Wrote you on March 23rd as per the attached.
Will appreciate any further information you can give us, also
what you have decided with regard to your regular summer tour
rate, including the gondola lift.
The Heating, Refrigeration and Aircondltionlng Institute of
Canada have asked, in your package rate to them, if it would
be possible to Include the cost of a couple of cocktails at
the top of the gondola lift. Would appreciate advice as soon
as possible.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
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WE'RE DISAPPOINTED!  ONE OF OUR
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IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BECAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.  LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
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21 April 1976.
File No. 76.ALA.521.1.R.
Mrs. Frances B. Rennie
R & H Travel Assistants Ltd.
4439 West 10th Avenue
Vancouver, B.C.
V6R 2H8
Dear Frances:
It seems that time has come around for the issuance of tickets
for our first regular sailing, May 31st, and we are pleased
to enclose Alaska Ticket No. 01048 on behalf of yourself and
husband, protected in Cabin 216 on May 31st sailing.
Deperture time is 8:30 p.m. local city time, with embarkation
commencing at 6:00 p.m. You may bring as many guests down
aa you wish without boarding passes, and sufficient warning la
given for disembarkation prior to sailing.
If you wish to bring your baggage down with you when you come,
porters will be available at ship's side to receive same for
placement in your cabin.
If coming down by taxi or private automobile, proceed to the
north end of Pier B-C. When crossing the viaduct   across
railway tracks at the bottom of Burrard Street, turn to the
left, and at the bottom of the incline make a sharp right
turn back towards Pier B-C. There will be a sign posted at
the lower level for entrance into Pier B, and parking will
be available at the north end for taxi discbarge or for private
car, prior to departure of the "Princess Patricia."
We have enclosed meal sitting request, and it will be appreciated if you will complete same for prior assignment of space.
If you are undecided, seating arrangements can be made on
board ahip after embarkation and prior to departure of the
VeSSGX*
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
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IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BECAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.' LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER,
B.C.C.S.S.
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Additionally, Immigration forme are enclosed, which we would
ask both your husband and yourself to complete and have
available for pickup when you come on board ship. The information given on these forms assists our Purser in completing
Immigration requirements for the officers who come on board
ship at Ketchikan, and also permits passengers to go through
Immigration as smoothly as possible at that port.
Daily Cruise Bulletin indicates many other features of our
service, together with daily activities, and suggest this be
taken with you on your trip, as this year we are aending
bulletins out in advance with tickets, rather than placing them
in the individual staterooms.
Should you require further baggage tags or any other information, please do n@£ hesitate to give us a call, and look
forward to aeeing you on board ahip night of May 31st.
Youra very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
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IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BECAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.' LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
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VANCOUVER, April 21, 197* File: T-76-30-14
M.W. Holland
Mr. R. Verchere
3rd Officer
"Princess of Vancouver"
Your report on incident of April 13, 1976, involving damage to
CP. Transport trailer #44121.
You atate that trailer was being pulled off tha veaael by C.P.T.
driver Keith Randall.
I have a report from another source which indicates that the
driver was Al Gardeeki of Johnston Terminals.
Hill you kindly advise if you spoke directly to Mr. Randall or
did somebody also advise you of tha driver's name}
It is important that you clarify this point, as whan this claim
has been settled we intend to recover the cost from the hostling
company involved.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
HLH/jb
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 April 21, 1976
Messrs. Kendall, Trudel & Co.
Chartered Accountants
666 Sherbrooke West, Suite 1400
Montreal, Quebec
H3A 1B7
Dear Sirs:
At the request ef the Administrator, Canadian Seafarer's
Welfare Plan, I have listed below the payments Issued in
favour of that organization during the period April 1, 1973,
to March 31, 1976j
April 2, 1973
8  823.50
April 22, 1975
906.75
June 3, 1975
1,567.50
July 8, 1975
1,302.00
Auguat 11, 1975
1,443.00
September 15, 1975
1,444.50
October 9, 1975
1,494.75
November 5, 1975
1,772.25
December 5, 1975
939.75
January 6, 1976
856.50
February 2, 1976
797.25
March 2, 1976
771.00
March 22, 1976
763.50
$14,882.25
The leat month for which a contribution was remitted was
on March 22, 1976, to cover the period from February 20
to March 18, 1976, amount $763.50.
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
RH/jb
 April 21, 1976
Piles T-76-40
Mrs. Doreen Soph*
104 Haliburton Street
Nanaimo, B.C.
Dear Mrs. Sopha:
Thank you for your letter in which yon enquire es to the
possibility of employment on our ferry the "Princess ef Vancouver."
We occasionally have vacancies for Coffee Room Assistants on
the "Princess ef Vancouver" but the way it looks et present
we have sufficient people laid off from lest summer to fill all
the vacancies that will occur.
Sorry I cannot be of more essistance at this time, but your interest
in Canadian Pacific is appreciated.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 April 21, 1976
Pile: 332907
Mr. James Flaherty
1055 St. Patricks Street
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Mr. Flaherty:
Sncloaed herewith le copy of e letter deted April 8, from
the Manager, Benefita, which is self-explanatory.
Plaaae complete the enclosed Form P.F.39 and return to this
office es soon as possible.
If a representative from the U.S. Railroad Retirement Board
has not contacted you within a reasonable tine, please get
in touch with their Field Office et the following address:
U.S. Railroad Retirement Board
Pederel Building, Room 942
915 Second Avenue
Seettle, Washington  98174
U. 8. A.
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Menager
B.C.C.S.S.
JB
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B.D.   MARGETTS
MONTREAL,   QUE.
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VANCOUVER, B.C., 20 APRIL 1976
File: 103
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "6'
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
20 April 1976.
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Burke's World Wide Travel
Room 211
32900 South Fraser Way
Abbotsford, B.C.
Gentlemen:
Thanks very much for your telephone call yesterday concerning
bookings on the "Princess Patricia," also the procedure for
obtaining same.
Please feel free to phone collect to Barbara Thorn, 665-2508,
for any information, availability of space, and/or reservations.
An offer of space will be given you over the phone, with a 10-day
acceptance option, following which we will request that a deposit of $40.00 per passenger be forwarded, to ensure that
reservation is held.
Final ticketing is required six weeks prior to sailing, and
normally, commission is available on the basis of 10%; however,
as mentioned, and as shown in the enclosed News Letter, we are
offering an incentive 5% additional commission on the June 16th
and June 24th sailings, for a total of 15% commission.
Baggage tags, embarkation information, Immigration forms, etc.,
are forwarded at the time of ticket issuance, and we are enclosing literature to assist you in the answering of any local
questions.
It is hoped that when you are in Vancouver and have an hour to
spare, we will have the privilege of showing you over the
"Princess Patricia," which is permanently berthed at the north
end of Pier B-C.
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Under separate cover we are sending you a supply of our
literature, but enclose two copies of our Alaska brochure
and Daily Cruise Bulletin for your office use.
Hoping we may be of service to you in your new location,
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
RRR'BB
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "E
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
'20 April 1976.
File No. 76.CHA.529.H.
Ms. Janice Sorkin
Hawaiian Polynesia Tours
2020 No. Broadway
Santa Ana, California 92706.
Dear Janice:
This will confirm our conversation this morning, advising
that the Daily Bulletins are now going forward by CP Air
express.
For your information, "Princess Patricia" wine list is
enclosed, indicating the 1976 charges
Should there be anything else required, please do not hesitate to phone us collect.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
AIR MAIL SPECIAL DELIVERY
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April 20, 1976
File: 303500
Mr. T.A. Banks
2230 Weiler Avenue
Sidney, B.C.
Dear Mr. Banks:
With reference to your letter advising that you find It
impossible to work out of Vencouver due to your wife's
illness and further to our conversation of March 8, 1976.
While we sympathise with you in this regard it must be realised
that your services have not been available to ua since April 14,
1975, and now that you are out of accumulated laydays snd annual
vacation we cannot carry you on leave of abaence indefinitely.
Unless you can report for duty within seven (7) days your record
will have to be closed eccount unavailable for duty when required;
or, you may realgn providing that you do thia immediately.
I am enclosing Forma P.F.35 for completion and presume you will
wish to elect for the Deferred Pension—Optional, payable at
age 65, otherwise the Deferred Pension—Compulsory, will apply.
Copy of extract from the Company's Penaion Regulations outlining
details is enclosed.
Yours very truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Menager
B.CCS.S.
HLH/jb
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M.W. Holland
Mr. M.W. Petteaon
Manager, Payroll Accounting
Montreal
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Enclosed herewith la completed Form CER-1 for Jean Loula FAUCHER,
#493967, Roll 955.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
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T-76-l
M.W. Holland
Mr. R. Granger
Manager, Benefits
Montreal
Enclosed herewith is proof of ege for Orvllle U. FOLUS, #494013,
S.I.No. 602-561-573.
Manager, B.CCS.S*
JB
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J. .D. MASON
MONTREAL, QUE.
PLEASE ARRANGE CASH ADVANCE 100.00 FAVOUR R R REID ASST MANAGER
BCCSS TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR       BCC-63
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M. W. HOLLAND
MGR BCCSS
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R.R. Reid
H.S. Harriman
Montreal, Que.
_1 Manager J3UC.CSS
Asst. M^cq^^CCb.
Epa.
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Deparf man- a I t A
Office ManagsT
Accountant
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For your records will you pleese note the following tickets are being
used by printer's representative respecting reprinting of forms
indicated:
BCS 5x4     No. 238501-505 inclusive
BCS 5x10    No. 359001-005 inclusive
BCS 10     No. 137251-55 inclueive
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
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M.W. Holland
Mr. J.T. Flottorp
Supervisor, C.S.C.
Kamloops, B.C.
Reference your letter 3 April listing ticket stock on hand no
longer required by you.
Please arrange to forward these tickets to me under value,
with a covering letter, copy of which should be sent to Mr.
Harriman in Montreal. Parcel should be marked to the ettention
of Mr. L.B. Jackson. ''
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
LBJ'BB
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 19 April 1976.
File No. 76.ALA.521.13.M.
Mar Con Tours Inc.
406 David Whitney Bldg.
Detroit, Michigan 48226.
Gentlemen:
Thia will confirm your telephone conversation 13 April
with Beryl, releasing Cabins 147 and 143 from your assignment on September 4th sailing of the "Princess Patricia,**
Vancouver-Skagway and return, with many thanks.
Youra very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
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IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BECAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.- LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
 19 April 1976.
File No. 76.ALA.521.13.T.
Mr. Howard Hansen
TrevAlaaka Tours
2434 - 32nd Avenue W.
Seattle, Washington 98199.
Dear Mr* Hansen:
This will confirm your telephone conversation with Beryl,
15 April, of the release of Cabins 146 and 427 from your
assignment on the September 4th sailing, Vancouver-Skagway
and return.
Many thanks.
Yours very truly,
R.R.REID
Asst* Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
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WE'RE DISAPPOINTED!  ONE OF OUR
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IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BECAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.' LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
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19 April 1976.
File No. 76.ALA.521.13.K.
Kneiael Travel Inc.
345 N.E. 8th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97232.
Gentlemen:
This will confirm your telephone conversation 15 April with
Beryl, of the release of Cabins 437 and 441, September 4th
ssiling, Vancouver-Skagway and return, for which many thanks.
Yours very truly.
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
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OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CM BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.' LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B'
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
19 April 1976.
File No.  76.ALA.521.13.I.
Mr. Hans Steen
K. Iwata Travel
1115 E. Hastings St.
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Mr. Steen:
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With reference to our telephone conversation April 15th, we
are pleased to offer an assignment of space between Vancouver
and Skagway return on the September 4th sailing of the
"Princess Patricia," as shown below:
Room
Gross
Comm.
Net
Fare
10%
Fare
$715.00
$71.50
$643.50
715.00
71.50
643.50
715.00
71.50
643.50
715.00
71.50
643.50
715.00
71.50
643.50
715.00
71.50
643.50
715.00
71.50J
643.50
715.00
71.50
643.50
715.00
71.50
643.50
715.00
71.50
643.50
715.00
71.50
643.50
715.00
71.50
643.50
U-146
L-146
U-147
L-147
U-148
L-148
U-427
L-427
U-437
L-437
U-441
L-441
If you are sending an escort with your group, and your group numbers
10 adults or more, there is an escort's reduction of 50% off the
passage portion of his transportation, or in other words, instead
of $715.00 being the escort's berth rate, the actual fare will be
$442.00; however, please note that commission cannot be deducted
from this fare.
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It will be appreciated if you will advise within 10 days of
your acceptance of the accommodation and within one month a
deposit of $40.00 per berth.  Final net payment will be required on July 19th, together with passengers' names and assign*
ment in berths shown.
If we can be of any further assistance to you, kindly advise.
Please note that any accommodation cancelled after final
ticketing is subject to a 25% cancellation charge, unless cancellation is the result of accident or death.
Thank you very kindly for this nice booking.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 19 April 1976.
File No. 77.CHA.529.H.
Mr. Karl C. Gresowski, President
Hawaiian Polynesia Tours
2020 No. Broadway
Santa Ana, California 92706.
Dear Karlt
Thanks kindly for your letter of April 8th concerning ssing
the "Patricia" mid season 1977.
We sre anxious to determine charter coeta for 1977 as soon
as possible, and am hoping to have this information available
shortly. Will be in touch with you aa early as possible in
this connection.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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TOUR GROUPS HAS CANCELLED OUT - BUT
IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BECAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.  LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
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File No. 76.CHA.529.H.
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Mr. S.K. Cryer
General Manager
Heating, Refrigerating and Air
Conditioning Institute of Canada
385 The West Mall, Suite 267
Etoblcoke, Ontario.
M9C 1E7
Dear Mr. Cryer;
With reference to your recent telephone conversation, I am
now pleased to enelose two copies of the "Princess Patricia's
wine Hat to be used during 1976.
Insofar as the cable car at Prince Rupert is concerned, I have
been reassured there would be no possibility of delay in returning paaaengers to the "Patricia.' The cars accommodate four
passengers each and operate at 20-aecond Intervale. They have
promised to get back to ma very ahortly with regard to the
possibility of including a couple of drinks at the Cable Car
Lodge, and will let you know shortly.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Aest. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.' LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
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19 April 1976.
File No. 76.CHA.529.P.
Mr. Ian Mackenzie
Pioneer Tours Ltd.
Room 519, Marine Building
355 Burrard Street
Vancouver, B.C.
V6C 2G8
Dear lent
Thank you kindly for signed contracts respecting the May
23rd and September 20th charters of the "Prlncesa Patricia"
this year.
We are returning one copy of the May 23rd charter, but would
ask yon to forward the second copy of September 20th charter,
as we received only one copy, in order that you may have
copies on file for both charters.
Youra very truly.
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.
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Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
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OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.' LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
 19 April 1976.
File Ho. 76.521.P.
Mr. Norman Papick, Principal
Salmon Valley Elementary School
R.R. #2, Salmon Valley
Prince George, B.C.
Dear MM. Papickt
We have just received your letter dated 5 April, inquiring
about auto reservations and group rates between Vancouver
and Nanaimo over the May 24th weekend.
Reservations ahould be made aa quickly aa possible, in view
of that data being a holiday weekend and several sailings are
already fully booked because of eame. The only sellings on
which we will be able to accommodation both bus and Super Cab
Truck would be the 12:00 noon selling from Vancouver, aed
from Nanaimo either 8:00 a.m. or 4:00 p.m., in each ease on
the "Princess of Vancouver."
The coat for transporting the school bus is $12.00 in each
direction, end the Super Cab Truck, $6.00 in each direction*
Party fares are available for groups of 25 adults or equivalent or more, et the rete of $4.00 round trip per adult fere,
or $2.00 for children 5-11 years. Two half-fare children are
the equivalent of one adult fare.
He would auggeat, if you are contemplating travelling vie our
route, that you let us know aa quickly aa possible regarding
reservations, in order thet we can anaure passage over to
Vencouver Inland over a very busy weekend.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
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IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BECAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.' LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
 VANCOUVER, 19 April 1976. File:  AGR.2.SIU.GEN.
A.M. Cairns
Third Officer
"Princess of Vancouver"
An explanation la required of overtime account McLure and Creamer
for "late departures."
Could not the watch on deck cover the duties?
Waa the ahip short-handed?
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File No.   76.ALA.521.6.M.
Mr.   John F.   McDougall,   President
McDougall  and   Secord  Ltd.
1101  -  10080 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton,   Alta.
Dear Mr.   McDougall:
Thank you  for  your   telephone  call April  15th,   accepting   the
June  24th  sailing  of   the  "Princess Patricia"   from Vancouver
to   Skagway,   Alaska,   and return.
We are pleased to confirm that (i) category Stateroom 218 is
being held on behalf of Mrs. McDougall and yourself.  This
cabin is situated on the Upper Deck, offering twin beds, tub
bath, shower and toilet facilities, with approximately 270
square feet of floor area.
We are enclosing passenger's portion of deposit Form BCS 17
No. 127 for value $80.00, against which CP Credit Card has
been used.  Total accommodation value is $2,050.00, less deposit herewith represented, leaving a balance of $1,970.00,
for which payment is requested May 14th, and if in order will
utilize your credit card for balance of payment at that time.
It will be appreciated if you will kindly endorse the Credit
Card Charge Form enclosed, No. 6197 30, retaining the original
copy for your purpose and returning balance in the self-
addressed envelope.
The "Princess Patricia" will sail from the north end of Pier
B-C situated at the foot of Burrard Street, at 8:30 p.m. local
city time June 24, 1976.  Embarkation commences at 6:00 p.m.
Your return to Vancouver on July 2nd will be at 9:00 a.m.
local city time.
While dinner is not served on evening of departure, an early
buffet luncheon is available in the Dining Room commencing at
9:30 p.m.
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The meal hours throughout your journey, except when in port,
at which time some breakfast hours are advanced because of
early arrival, will be:
First Sitting: Breakfast - 8:00 a.m.
Luncheon - 12:30 p.m.
Dinner    -  6:00 p.m.
Second Sitting: Breakfast - 8:45 a.m.
Luncheon - 1:30 p.m.
Dinner    -  7:00 p.m.
If you will please advise at your convenience which sitting you
prefer, we will be pleased to arrange table reservations on
your behalf, and unless there is some reason for accommodating
you elsewhere, we will place you and Mrs. McDougall at the
Master's table.
Baggage may be brought down to the baggage office to the left of
the entrance of Pier "C", any time during the day, or may be
brought down with you after 6:00 p.m.  Porters are available at
ship's  side to receive baggage and to deposit same in your
accommodation.
Shore excursions are available at Ketchikan, Skagway, Juneau,
Prince Rupert and Alert Bay.  Regret we do not have brochures
from the operating carriers at these points as yet, but a brief
outline is enclosed for each port, except Skagway, and we are
pleased to enclose White Pass & Yukon folder respecting the side
trip to Lake Bennett.   All side trip tickets may be purchased
from the Purser on board ship first day after departure from
Vancouver.  Advance reservations are not necessary.
We are taking the liberty of enclosing in advance, the Alaska
Cruise Daily Bulletin, indicating the cruise day activities,
and other useful information.  Should you require additional
information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Baggage tags and Immigration questionnaire forms will be forwarded at the time of your ticket issuance.  The information
required on the Immigration questionnaire assists our Purser
in completing the necessary documents for U.S. Immigration
officers boarding the "Princess Patricia" at Ketchikan, and in
order to make the examination as convenient for passengers as
possible.
We are pleased that Mrs. McDougall and you have chosen the
"Princess Patricia" for your cruise to Alaska, and look forward
to having you on board ship.
Yours very truly,
R.R.   REID
Ass
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Internal Correspondence
Date  VANCOUVER, 19 April 1976.
File:
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rom
R.R. Reid
To
Messrs. A.N. Cairns
T. King
F.W. Atkinson
W.W. Hocking
H.L. Hudson
L.B. Jackson
Mr. Holland has requested Management meeting for BCCSS officers
April 23rd, time to be advised later.
The items on the agenda are as shown below, with responsibility
for reporting as shown by the initials along the left-hand side.
Clearance of annual vacation.
Rules of conduct for Princess Pat crew
Review of repairs to Piers A-l and A-3
Disposition F.C. of S.
Pandl for March
Assessment of pandl for April
Modifications to Trailer Princess
Refueling of vessels in light of Bute St. action
Pat bookings
Other misc items you feel should be included.
It will be appreciated if you will kindly be prepared for this
meeting, and should there be other items you desire discussed at
this time, please indicate no later than April 21st.
If any of you will be absent because of A.V. or other reasons,
please similarly advise, in order that the information requested
may be given to me for discussion at meeting.
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Files 126613
Stralth & Company
Barristers and Solicitors
#600 — 1070 Douglaa Street
P.O. Box 1052
VICTORIA, B.C.
V8W 2S6
AIIBTOvW   Mr, y»At Byeh'ft
Deer Sirs:
Ret fistate ,o< ftdward fivandat MMM
Your letter of April 2, file 6098, addreasad to the Pension
Deportment in Montreal haa been referred to this Department
for reply*
Fleeae complete the enclosed Form P.R.3 end return it to this
offlee together with Mr. Stewart's March, 1976, pension cheque,
es this now forms part of the estate*
We would elao appreciate receiving a copy of the Laat Will and
Testament and if Mr. Stewart's Long Service Peas can be located
please return seme to this office and a new pess will be issued
In Mrs. Stewart'a name.
We heve been edvised by the Manager of Benefits that a survivor
allowance of $121.03 per month, effective Msrch 26, 1976, will be
peyeble to Mrs. Kathleen 0* STEWART.
Yours truly,
M.W. BOLLARD
Menager
B.C.C.S.S.
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File: T-76-40
Mr. Sunny Yu
9663 •* 79th Avenue
Edmonton, Alberto
T6C 0S1
Deer Mr* Yu:
Thank you for your letter of April 8, enquiring ea to the
possibility of employment on the "Princess Patricia."
I regret to advlee that we have been Inundated with applications
for our cruise veasel thia summer end we heve emple crew available.
In fact, we will be unable to accommodate many people who were
leid off leat year. Your chances of employment, therefore, ere
very slim end suggest you look elsewhere.
Sorry I cannot be of more assistance to you at thia time but
thank you for your interest in Canadian Pacific*
Youra truly.
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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File: T-76-40
Mr. Thomas E. Angela
1811 Beat Pumalo Street
#406
San Bernardino, Callfornle  92404
U. S* A*
Dear Mr* Angelo:
Reference your letter of April 10, requesting an application
for employment on our Alaska cruise vessel*
I regret to advise thet we heve been Inundated with applications
for our cruise vessel this summer and we have ample crew available*
In fact, we will be upable to accommodate many people who were laid
off laat year*
I would also point out thet to work on Csnsdisn registered vessels,
it will be necessary for you to be a citizen of, or heve lended
Immigrant status in Canada.
Sorry I cannot be of more assistance to you at thia time but thant
you for your interest in Canadian Pacific. Recommend you try one
of the larger United States' shipping companies.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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File: T-76-40
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Mr. Peter G. Melunat
21-38, 37th Street
Astoria, Hew York  11105
U* S* A*
Dear Mr* Melunat:
Thank you for your letter of March 25, enquiring as to the
possibility of employment on thia Company'a vessels.
This Department has s contract with the Canadian Merchant
Service Guild through whom we are obliged to hire all deck
and engineer officers.
I would slso point out that to work on Canedlen registered
vessels, it will be neeessery for you to be s eltisen of, or
heve landed Immigrant statue in Canada.
Sorry 1 cannot be of more assistance at thia time, but your
Interest In Canadian Pacific ia appreciated.
Youra truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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Miss Cathy Coultherd
R.R* #1
Trenton, Ontario
K3V 5P4
Dear Miaa Coultherd:
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Thank you for your letter of April 6, expressing interest
in working on our cruise vessel*
We carry only one Stewardess on the "Princess Patricia" due
to limited crew accommodation, among other fectors* Our
present Stewardess expects to be with us for many yeera yet
ao regret we are unable to offer you e position.
Sorry I cannot be more helpful, but your interest in Canadian
Pacific la appreciated.
Yours truly.
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H*L* HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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File: 373413
Mr* W.a. Beech
Apt. 106, 1245 Barclay Street
Vencouver, B.C.
Deer Mr. Beech:
Further to your cell Into thia office regarding your employment
statue with B.C. Coast Steamship Service.
Aa explained in our letter to you of April 9, your record waa
cloaed when, after being away from duty for sometime, you failed
to respond to our request to report for work on the "Princess
of Vancouver." Whilst thia is not a matter to be lightly regerded,
there is nothing in your record thet would make you ineligible for
re-employment provided you were dispatched to us by the Seafarer's
International Union.
Trust this will clarify the matter.
Youra truly.
M.W, HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Seafarer'a International Union
837 Homer Street
Vancouver, B.C.
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M.W. Holland
Mr. D.B. Daines
Manager
Administretive Services
Montresl
Re: ftorox Photocopy Installation
With reference to your letter of April 8, file 504-1-A, concerning
installation of Xerox Model 3103 in thia office.
This will confirm thst I am prepared to absorb any under-commitmant
charges incurred If the monthly meter billing of $210.00 is not
reeched*
Menager, B.C*C*S.S.
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M.W. HOLLAND
COASTAL MARINE OPERATIONS
MONTREAL, QUE.
YTD STATUS REPORTS STOP PLEASE CLARIFY ITEM D BCC-58
R.R. REID
ASST. MGR., BCCSS
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Second Officer
"Princess of Vancouver"
TO BE INITIALLED JlMMiM
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
Asst, Nktngg&r, S.C.C.S.S,
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File:    484485
Your letter of 12 April concerning Seaman Renouf'a request for
lesve of absence.
Please advise Rencuf thet he must submit s letter of request to
this office, ststing dates and reason for request for leeve of
ebsence.
Marine Superintendent
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File:
B.D. MARGETTS     MONTREAL, QUE.
*?. GEORGES C/O T.G. FOX, SAINT JOHN, N.B.      014-47357
M.W. HOLLAND C/O T.G. FOX, SAINT JOH1Q N.B.
THERE WAS HAPPENING IN BCCSS LAST NIGHT A/C 100 KM WINDS AND
WEATHER SHIPS SCHEDULES DISRUPTED STOP SEASPAN DORIS REQUIRED
NAN DAY TRIP PICK UP SCHEDULES STOP C/P 2ND TRIP SB DEPARTED
VANC 0700 PST ANTICIPATE ABATING WEATHER 1200 PST a\TE EXPECT
ALL  SHIPS ON SCHEDULE 1700 PST AND TRAFFIC BACKLOG PICKED UP
DATE SUBJECT TO WEATHER ORIGINAL MARGETTS MONTREAL COPIES GEORGES
HOLLAND SAINT JOHN   BCC-55
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Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
15 April  1976
File No.   579
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Mr. Burton F. Kelso
Chief, International Programs Group
Research Branch
Canadian Transport Commission
275 Slater Street
Ottawa, Ontario.
K1A 0N9
Dear Sir:
This has reference to your letter of March 8th, File ITR-
GS-1/76; our reply thereto under date of March 23rd, and
recent telephone conversation with your Mr. Finn.
We regret the delay in acceding to Mr. Finn's request for
information as requested in your letter, which was due to
pressing Union and other matters in the B.C.C.S.S.
It should be understood that the "Princess Patricia" operating
from Vancouver to Skagway, Alaska, attracts passengers from
all over North America, but of the total passengers carried
during the Years 1972 through 1975, following are the
numbers of Canadian round-trip passengers:
1972 - 762
1973 - 984
1974 - 1,087
1975 - 1,519
There is no stated policy with regard to liability, but we
assume whatever liability is imposed by law upon our Company.
For your information, Rule 7 of British Columbia Coast
Steamship Service Passenger Tariff 2-3, under heading of
"Liability," is as follows:
"Except when it can be shown that the Carrier was grossly negligent in carrying out its normal duties, the Carrier will not
assume any liability whatsoever respecting:
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Injury, loss or damage that shall result from am Act
of God, public enemy, restraint of rules, quarantine,
peril of the seas, or other waters, latent defect in
hull, boilers, propellers, piping, shafting, or
machinery; or for injury, loss or damage that shall
result from collision, stranding, fire, sanitary
regulations or operations, explosion, accident to or
breakdown of machinery or any propelling device, or
accident of navigation, or for personal injury to
passengers, or loss or damage to passengers' baggage
or other property.
"The carriage of vehicles or passengers is subject as well to all
the other rules and conditions set out in the Carriers Tariff, a
copy of which may be seen at the Chief Steward's office."
A check of liability claims indicates there have been no settlements made pertaining to personal injury cases to Canadian
citizens travelling as passengers on board the "Princess
Patricia" and during the Years 1972-1975, there have been only
two baggage claim settlements, both of which were in the Year
1974, one amounting to $25.00 (May 23/74), the other to $346.00
(July 7/74), involving loss of or damaged baggage.
We are enclosing photostats of Alaska passage ticket, BCS 11,
and you will  note the endorsement "Registered in Canada," to
comply with U.S. Public Safety Law 87-777, signifying that
the "Princess Patricia" meets international safety standards
for new ships developed in 1960, and meets the 1966 fire
safety requirements.       »
Additionally, we are enclosing baggage identification tags.
We do not have a claim system respecting baggage handled on
and off the "Princess Patricia," by reason of the fact that
baggage is either handed directly to the "Patricia's" porters
on arrival at ship's side, with commencement of embarkation
at 6:00 p.m., or it will be accepted at Pier "C" during the
day when properly tagged, for handling down to ship's side
at 6:00 p.m.   The number of passengers travelling by rail
to Vancouver is in the minority; however, baggage may be
checked to Vancouver and arrangements made on arrival Vancouver
for its transfer directly to the ship.
We are enclosing current brochure on the "Princess Patricia"
cruise service for 1976, to give you an appreciation of
scheduling and ports of call, and any other information
that may be of interest or assistance to you.
We trust the foregoing will assist you in your endeavours,
and will be pleased to hear from you should any further information be required.
Yours very truly,
RR. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B'
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
■15 April 1976.
File No.   T-76-24
Mr.   E.G.   Balderson
General Manager
Empress  Hotel
Victoria,   B.C.
Dear  Sir:
As you arranged earlier this month, will appreciate your
again reserving superior twin-bedded room, similar to 234,
for Mr. Sterling Beek, Special Representative, B.C. Coast
Steamship Service, Vancouver, who will be accompanied by
Mrs. Beek.
Mr. and Mrs. Beek will arrive noon Monday, 19 April, and
depart noon Wednesday, 21 April.
It will be appreciated if you will accord Mr. Beek the
usual employee reduction.
Many thanks.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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  15 April 1976.
File No. 76.521.S,
Mr. C.T. Southam, President
Pioneer Envelopes Ltd.
835 Beatty Street
Vancouver, B.C.
V6B 2M6
Sear Mr. Southam:
Ve are pleased to confirm reservations throughout the
coming season aa requested, and mill arrange issuance of
tickets to cover shortly.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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PRINCESS PATRICIA ALASKA CRUISES
WE'RE DISAPPOINTED!  ONE OF OUR
TOUR GROUPS HAS CANCELLED OUT - BUT
IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BECAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.  LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B'
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
•15 April  1976.
File No.     76.ALA.521.G.
lXN
Mr. D.H. Gaunt
Klenipsen Road
R.R. 1
Duncan, B.C.
Dear Mr. Gaunt:
Thank you for your letter of April 1st, which was further
to the information contained in our letter of March 25th
concerning "Princess Patricia" Alaska cruises.
While the entrance to Tracy Arm is quite wide, because of
the build-up of silt washed down from the glaciers across
the mouth of the entrance, the actual opening is very
small, and can be navigated only by ships similar to the
"Princess Patricia."   However, ice floes at any time of
the year can completely block this narrow opening, preventing any type of ship from traversing Tracy Arm, and there
is no way of knowing in advance if this will have to be
eliminated, Depending on timing, tides, etc., it is the
Master's prerogative to take the ship elsewhere should
Tracy Arm be eliminated.
Minimum rated cabins at date of this writing are available
only on our August 27th sailing, and throughout the season
near minimum priced accommodation is only available on June
16th, June 24th and July 10th sailings, similar to categories
(c), (d) and (e) in the enclosed brochure.  On all other
sailings the only accommodation available is in the (f), (g),
(h) and/or (i) categories.
All cabins on the "Princess Patricia" are outside, but regret there is no guarantee you would have a cabin to yourself.
 - 2
Should there be any further information you desire, please
let us know.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 CPRail
Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B'
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
M
15 April  1976.
NOTICE
"Princess Patricia" is manned continuously from 1600 through
0800 by Canadian Corps of Commissionaires, and access to the
ship is permitted only to those persons authorized and in
possession of written authority from this office, or a current
boarding pass.
The following Company officers may be contacted during silent
hours, as required:
Office
Home
M.W.
Holland
R.R.
Reid
A.N.
Cairns
T.
King
F.W.
Atkinson
H.
Medforth
H.J.
Olsen
Manager
Asst. Manager
Marine Supt.
Supt. Engineer
Catering Supt.
Chief Engineer
Shop Foreman
CP Investigation
,5-2502
738-
-2285
-3136
985-
-8021
-3150
929-
-5851
-3137
298-
-3935
738-
-4847
-3140
733-
-8766
-2444
The following persons only are permitted to sleep on board:
J. Jenkins
J. Barbillion
W. Holliday
K. Edwards
H. Medforth
Persons holding boarding passes are reminded that they are not
transferrable and the holder of the pass is responsible for its
proper use.  Boarding passes must be turned in to the Second
Officer, "Princess Patricia" upon termination of employment.
cc.  Staff Sgt. McLean, CP Investigation
First Officer, "Princess Patricia"
Above-named persons.
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       RAILWAY
British Columbia  Coast  Steamship  Service
OPORD       - #76-16 Date:  15 April 1976
Distribution - Groups One & Three        File:  163
(Excluding Pr. Patricia)
Reference   -
Subject     - "Trailer Princess" Schedule
"Trailer Princess", week of 19-23 April, will operate as follows:
Monday       Depart Vancouver 2100 Swartz Bay
Tuesday "      "    2100 Nanaimo
Wednesday )
Thursday  )     "      "    2100 Swartz Bay
Friday   )
In addition to above, "Trailer Princess" will depart 0830 Tuesday
through Friday in Nanaimo day service
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       RAILWAY
British  Columbia Coast   Steamship   Service
OPORD       - #76-17 Date:  15 April 1976
Distribution - Groups One & Three File:  163
(Excluding Pr. Patricia)
Reference   - OPORD #76-15, 13 April 1976
Subject     - "Carrier Princess" Schedule
"Carrier Princess" will not now be required for service Friday,
16 April.
On completion discharge ex Swartz Bay 0830 Friday, "Carrier Princess"
will lay over until required for Nanaimo day service Monday, 19
April, departing Vancouver 1000.
 TELEX VANCOUVER,   B.C.,   15 APRIL 1976
B. D. MARGETTS
MONTREAL, QUE.
APR 13/76 A 44/7.6 C 280/1.1 E 80/.5 F 228/13.7 G 210/17.4 J .3
K 40.6      BCC-57
M.W. HOLLAND
MGR., BCCSS
WWH'BB
 VANCOUVER, April 15, 197* Filet T-76-101 CF
M.w. Holland
Mr. H.I. Willisms
Purchasing Agent
Vencouver
Your letter ef April 14, file 1100 *B', addressed te Burrard Dry Dock,
with copy te us*regarding non-payment of their invoice Mo. 31341*
Invoice van held mm In this office until satisfactory hreefcdown of the
figures was supplied.
Invoice in question haa been approved end put forward to the Accounts
Oepartment for payment this date.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Burrard Dry Dock Company Limited
P.O. Box 84099
North Vancouver, B.C.
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M.W. hoilend
Chief Steward
PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER
Due to a concert (Gordon Lightfoot) being scheduled et the Coliseum
Friday, April 16, 1976, ve have arranged for a Conatable to accompany
the "Princess of Vancouver", 0400 sailing, April 17, Vancouver to
Nanaimo.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Maater
"Princess of Vancouver"
JB
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VANCOUVER, B.C., 15 APRIL 1976.
TELEX File:  76.ALA.521.6.M.
B.D. MARGETTS
MONTREAL, QUE.
FURTHER BCC-50 M/M JOHN F MCDOUGALL ACCEPTS 218 JUNE 24 SKAGWAY RETURN
RBadi BCC-56
R.R.  REID'
ASST.  MGR.,  BCCSS
RRR'BB
 VANCOUVER, 15 April 1976. File: T-76-49
M.W. Holland
Mr. H. Whitmore
System Supervisor of Passes
Montreal, Que.
Attached are Forms 1176 requesting BCCSS, CP Rail end E&N annual
passes in favour of Mr. J. Ystes, Pensioned Manager, BCCSS, and
Mra. Yates.
BCCSS Pass BH 663; E&N Pass WM 912 and CP Rail Pass AX 4921 in
favour of Mr. David Yates, dependent son of Mr. J. Yates, are
returned herewith for cancellation, as they are no longer
required.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 TELEX
B.D. MARGETTS
MONTREAL, QUE .
 TO BE IKiTiALLED AND PASSED AiuiiS
OSS,. 14 APR
TBH^tQ£tp&.&G8J!g..
M.W. HOLLAND, C/O T.G. POX, SAH*TrJOHN, N.B.
T\
CONFIRMING CONV  LAST NIGHT NOREE^I CARTWRIGHT  STOP TALKS HJtOKE
WITH SIU DEPT OF  LABOUR  1615 APR
SIU RECOMMENDING
;countant
DOUG CAMERON FILE HIS REPORT WITH DEPT OT LABOUR OTTAWA 5'
13 1
Asa
?CR
NOT  PREPARED PRESENT  DOCUMENT  CLAIMING HISTORICAL REFERENCE  BUT
VERBALLY STATE ASSOCIATION WITH TOWBOAT  INDUSTRY ACCOUNT COMPLETION
THAT CONTRACT BUT WERE UNABLE SHOW RELATIONSHIP TOWBOAT CONTRACT
BETWEEN  PERCENTAGE OR DOLLAR AND CENT VALUE THEREOF  STOP NX OUR
POSITION WAS WE WERE UNABLE PROCEED ANY OTHER CONTRACT  POINTS
UNTIL AFOREMENTIONED MATTER CLARIFIED STOP SIU CLAIMED WE REFUSING
NEGOTIATE CLIMAXING BREAKDOWN OUR NEGOTIATIONS STOP WE HAVE
SUGGESTED TO Ml CAMERON OUR  PRESENT POSITION WILL BE REVIEWED BY
PAUL TIMPSON WITH HIS OFFICE MONTREAL AND SHOULD THERE BE ANY
BASIS FOR FURTHER APPROACH PRIOR APPOINTMENT  COMMISSIONER SHOULD
DEPT  OF  LABOUR   INDICATE TEttS TO  BE NEXT   STEP ATTEMPT TO  BRING   2
PARTIES  BACK AGAIN SHOULD BE MADE STOP  SIU INDICATED THEY WOULD
BE AMENABLE TO THIS  PROVIDED IT WAS DONE  PRIOR APPOINTMENT
COMMISSIONER  STOP WHILE NO DEFINITE DATE AT  MOMENT  ASSUMPTION
IS EARLY MAY FOR COMMISSIONER MEETING *m%Wmr^as^s*M*aMM*&mmW*
jBWBBBY2mMBsWMaVt JOINT MARGETTS MONTREAL HOLLAND C/O
SAINT  JOHN BCC-49
R.R. REID
ASST.  MSR.,   BCCSS
RRR'BB
V
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., 14 APRIL 1976
File: 103
J.D. MASON        MONTREAL, QUE.    05-24337
B.D. MARGETTS      MONTREAL, QUE.    01-20365
JDM TELEX 13TH
CPT - BOB BILLECK IN TORONTO TILL 19TH WILL CONTACT HIM TUESDAY
ICX - SPOKE BILL BLANEY WHO ADVISED DUE TEAMSTERS STRIKE WHICH AFFECTED HIM THEY
GOT BEHIND IN PAYMENTS BUT IS INSTRUCTING ACCOUNTANT TO RECTIFY SITUATION
CHEQUE IN MAIL TODAY FOR ALL FEB
SIDNEY FRT - MIAN MARSHALL ADVISES DUE PRESSURE OF INCREASED BUSINESS
A/C TEAMSTERS STRIKE THEY GOT BEHIND IN PAYMENTS BUT WILL ADJUST
SHORTLY.
PACIFIC CTGE - L K BENNET PRESIDENT
PAC PRODUCE - UNABLE CONTACT ACCOUNTANT BUT WOULD ADVISE CHEQUE RECEIVED
13TH FOR MARCH 21 BRINGING PAYMENT IN LINE WITH PROMISE
BDC - MAR 14 SBAY PD APR 7 AND MAR 21 BOTH NAN AND SBAY PD APR 14
WILL ADVISE RE BALANCE OF ACCOUNTS FIRST NEXT WEEK
BCC-53
W.M.HOLLAND
MGR. BCCSS
CAA'BB
y
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File:  AGR.2.SIU.
M.W. HOLLAND   014-47357
C/O T.G. FOX
SAINT JOHN, N.B.
FURTHER MTD CONCERNING SIU NEGOTIATIONS PAUL TIMPSON HAS ARRANGED
AfR. /?- a ^
MEETING/j WITH HIS PEOPLE MFL WHICH WE THINK JIM YATES SHOULD
ATTEND RE SIU AND GUILD NEGOTIATIONS IN VIEW POSSIBILITY REPEAT
POSSIBILITY NOT PROBABILITY STRIKE SITUATIONS DEVELOPING AND
ALSO/)OBTAIN CLEARER PICTURE OUR RELATIONSHIP TO MARINE INDUSTRY
ON WEST COAST WITH POSSIBILITY SOME DECISIONS MAY BB FORMULATED
PERMITTING US REOPEN NEGOTIATIONS WITH SIU HRICR APPOINTMENT
COMMISSIONER THIS WOULD MEAN POSTPONING GULF OIL MEEBZNG Am 21
TO BEGINNING WEEK AFR 26 IF AGREEABLE WITH YOU STOP CONSIDER
IT IMPORTANT JIM YATES ACCOMPANY PAUL TIMPSON BUT 3HHH2XB
SHOULD YOU HAVE ANY CONCERNS WOULD APPRECIATE TELEPHONE CALL
FROM YOU TOMORROW THURS OTHERWISE ACKNOWIEDGMENT BIT TELEX
WILL BE APPRECIATED 1CS-54
R.R.  REID
ASST.  MGR.,   BCCSS
RRR'BB
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 VANCOUVER, 14 April 1976. File:  T-76-39
M.W. Holland
Mr. J.H. Suzuki, Vancouver
Mr. E, Robinson, Nanaimo.
Purser, "Princess of Vancouver"
Mias B.C. Them
Pleeae apply following rates effective 15 April 1976, until
farther adviaed:
U.S. funds at discount on international and foreign freight
traffic covered by CFA Teriff 16G
Exchange     1 1/8 per cent
Surcharge    1/2 of 1 per cent
Discount     1 per cent
Canadian funds at a premium on international passenger traffic
covered by Fere Advice 12-1
Pmaium 1 par cant
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
BB
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 VANCOUVER, April 14, 1976 File: 651454
M.W. Holland
Mr. R. Granger
Manager, Beneflta,
Montreal
Re: Henry J. OLSBN, P-831454, S.I.No. 701-380-088,
gemo! Forajsafl, yapy^uvef	
Reference your letter of April 8, file 376424, concerning the
above mentioned.
Returned herewith la completed Form P.F.39.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
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A*a% Cairns
MASTER   —     PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER
CARRIER PRINCESS
TRAILER PRINCESS
PRINCESS PATRICIA
The ettaehed le for your information only.
It is not intended thet B.C.C.S.S. fit thia channel et the present
time.
Merino Superintendent
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File: 363470
Mrs. K. O'Sulliven
R.R. #3
Mission, B.C.
Deer Kathy:
Further to our conversation regarding pension entitlement
1 am forwarding harewith, aa promised, details of the Compulsory
Deferred Pension Plan.
As you will nots, ths pension deductions up to October 1, 1967,
will be refunded end you will receive e deferred pension besed
on your service from October 1, 1967, to October 31, 1975.
This is a Federel government regulation imposed on all companies'
pension plana and la paid in addition to the Canada Pension and
Old Age Pension.
I recommend thet you go along with thia aa at leest it will provide
you with some additional funds In your old age* /o
Kindly let me know if this is acceptable.
Yours very truly.
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.5.
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Fllei 114698
Mr. L.G. Armstrong
2519 West 1st Avenue
Vancouver, B.C.
Deer Bud:
You. will recall beck ia December, 1975, you made enquiries
regarding your Group Life Insurance Policy. You wanted to
know the amount of the paid-up value end the eesh surrender
value.
1 advised you ef this on January 9, 1976, but heve heard
nothing further from you ea te which option you wieh to
execute and I heve hed e cell from Payroll Accounting, Montreal,
todey requesting thet you attend to this setter immediately,
es your payments heve not been cancelled.
lean enclosing Sun Life Form. Kindly complete it end return
seme te this office ee soon ee possible* I em elso enclosing
e copy of my note thet I wrote you en Jenuery 9, 1976.
Yours very truly.
H.L. HUDSON
Office Menager
B.C.C.S.S.
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cc: Mr* E* Lambert, Payroll Accounting, Montreal
As per telephone conversation date.
Atteched ia copy of my note to Mr. Armstrong dated January 9.
Office Menager, B.C.C.S.S.
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April 14, 1976
File: 142878
Mr* H.J. Tumilty
1712 Hollywood Creacent
Victoria, B.C.
Deer Hugh:
On July 21, 1973, I wrote you adviaing with regard to direct
payments of your Group Life Insurance thet you ehould write
direct to the Payroll Accountant in Montreal.
Mr* E. Lambert (Payroll Accounting, Montreal) telephoned this
office and stated thet he bed not yet heerd from you end your
policy should bo cancelled.
Suggest you write him immediately if you ere interested in
keeping up your coverage. He is in Windsor Station, Montreal.
Yours very truly,
A
H.L. HUDSON
Offlee Manager
cc: Mr. E. Lambert, Payroll Accounting, Montreel
As per telephone conversation date.
Attached la a copy of my letter to Mr. Tumllty dated July 21.
Office Menager, B.C.C.S.S*
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 CANADIAN       PACIFIC      LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
POSTED:
PLACE:
DATE: APRIL 14, 1976
BULLETIN:  #4
The following position is hereby advertised for application in
accordance with Rule 23 of COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT WITH BROTHERHOOD
OF R.R. & S.S. CLERKS.
Applications should be submitted to the undersigned where they
will be received up to: APRIL 25. 1976. 1630
TITLE OF POSITION:
LOCATION OF POSITION:
RATE OF PAY:
PERMANENT OR TEMPORARY:
Ticket Clerk J-2
Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office
$210.14 per week
Permanent
cc: Agent:  VANCOUVER
NANAIMO
cc: Mr. R. Welch
General Chairman
B.R.A.S.C.
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
E.G.Cd.o.
/
 IELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., 14 APRIL 1976
M.W. HOLLAND
C/O T.G. FOX
SAINT JOHN, N.B.
BCCS MARCH ESTIMATED EXPENSES 819,587      BCC-52
W.W. HOCKING
ACCOUNTANT BCCSS
WWH'BB
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., 14 APRIL 1976.
B.D. MARGETTS"
MONTREAL, QUE.
APR ]2/76 A 21/3^6 C 211/.9 E 75/.4 F 222/13.3 G 121/10.0 J .4
K 28.6 L CR HAIDA T 1.6       BCC-51
M.W. HOLLAND
MGR., BCCSS
WWH'BB
 ♦
TELEX                            VANCOUVER, B.C., 14 APRIL 1976
File:  76 .ALA. 521. 6. M.
B.D. MARGETTS
MONTREAL, QUE.
EXCHANGES MTY JOHN F MCDOUGALL HAVE OFFERED (H) CATEGORY
tBBMssaht JULY 2 OR (I) CATEGORY *■_* JUNE 24 AS BEST UNABLE
OFFER ANY OTHHEl DELUXE SPACE THROUGHOUT JULY WILL ADVISE
SOONEST    BCC-50
R.R. REID
ASST. MGR., BCCSS
RRR'BB
 TELEX VANCOUVER,   B.C.,   14 APRIL 1976
File:     430
N. CARTWRIGHT
COASTAL MARINE OPERttTIONS
MONTREAL,   QUE.
REF CONV LAST NIGHT CANCELLED BARGE  SERVICE BETWEEN VICT
SEATTLE WAS CP RAIL CHARTERED SEASPAN BARGE BCC-49
R.R. REID
ASST.  M3R.,  BCCSS
RRR'BB
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OPORD
#76-14
Date:  13 April 1976.
File: 163
Distribution - Groups One & Three
(Excluding Pr. Patricia)
Reference
Subject     - "Carrier Princess" & "Trailer Princess" Schedule;
Upon arrival ex Swartz Bay 0830 Friday, 16 April, "Carrier Princess"
will lay over until 0900 Monday, 19 April.
"Carrier Princess" will operate to Nanaimo 1000 Monday, 19 April,
then Swartz Bay overnight, one return trip only, departing Vancouver
1730.
"Trailer Princess" will lay over from 0800 Friday, 16 April until required for regular schedule p.m. Monday, 19 April.
/
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File No. 341-E
Burrard Dry Dock Co. Ltd.
P.O. Box 86099
North Vancouver, B.C.
V7L 4J6
Attention: Mr. T.K.. Duncan
Operations Manager
Gentlemen:
With regard Co our recent conversation about the outstanding
warranty items on board our vessel, the "Incan St. Laurent»"
the following is an up-to-date list of items yet to be
coopletad:
Item #3 - Starboard main engine hour counter.
4 - Starboard main engine immersion heater.
11 - After mooring capstan's pressure pumps and piping.
18 - Port and Starboard main engines exhaust pyrometer
csble wiring and conduits.
19 - Stern door two uppermost guide sheaves.
27 - #1 Generator auto-voltage regulator to check. (Under
way by Finning Tractor.)
23 - Port main engine "agerstat" for soak-back pump to renew.
28 - Emergency lighting batteries system eft requires
attention.
29 - Fresh water tank imsarsion heater grounded, to be
rectified.
30 - Chilled drinking water stainless steel tank (approximately
14" x 8" x 2") situated in galley refrigerator, to
repair or renew.
 CPRail
Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B'
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
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PRINCESS PATRICIA ALASKA CRUISES
WE'RE DISAPPOINTED!  ONE OF OUR
TOUR GROUPS HAS CANCELLED OUT - BUT
IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BECAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS." LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER,
B.C.C.S.S,
 — 2 —
Item #31 - Mala engine room eonaol room doors to modify
closing and sealing apparatus.
tours very truly,
f. KH*G
Superintendent Engineer
TK'BB
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
Vancouver, British Columbia  V6C2R3
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PRINCESS PATRICIA ALASKA CRUISES
WE'RE DISAPPOINTED!  ONE OF OUR
TOUR GROUPS HAS CANCELLED OUT - BUT
IT COULD BE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, BECAUSE A GOOD RANGE OF AVAILABILITY
OF SPACE IS NOW OPEN ON OUR JUNE 16
AND JUNE 24 SAILINGS, WHICH WERE
NEARLY SOLD OUT.
AS AN INCENTIVE TO SELL THESE SAILINGS, ON ALL BOOKINGS RECEIVED FROM
THIS DATE, 13 APRIL 1976, WE WILL PAY
AN ADDITIONAL 5% COMMISSION, FOR A
TOTAL OF 15%.
REMEMBER - JUNE DAYS ARE LONGEST UP
NORTH - IDEALLY SUITED FOR CRUISING!
GIVE US A CALL!
BARBARA THOM IS IN CHARGE OF ALASKA
RESERVATIONS, ABLY ASSISTED BY BERYL
KUSCH AND LINDA SCOTT.  THEY CAN BE
REACHED ON (604) 665-2508 OR 2507,
AND WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRY, WHETHER
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES OR RESERVATIONS.  LONG-DISTANCE COLLECT CALLS
ARE ACCEPTED.
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC RAILWAY
British Columbia Coast  Steamship   Service
OPORD
Distribution
Reference
Subject
#76-15
Groups One & Three
(Excluding Pr. Patricia)
OPORD #76-14
"Carrier Princess" Schedule
Date:  13 April 1976
File:  163
Due to added rail movement requirements, the "Carrier Princess"
will operate in Nanaimo day service Friday, 16 April, departing
1000.
On completion discharge arrival Vancouver 1545, "Carrier Princess"
will shift to layover as per above reference.
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VAKCGUVSK. April 13,  1976
Mr. V*.W» Martin
Vancouver
Files: T-76-30-8
1-74-30-9
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Terminals' invoice for services rendered in hoisting up trailers'
ttrassick 6-22, Sidney Freight T-4, Commercial C40C12 and Malrs 115.
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CANADIAN
PACIFIC LIMITED
British Columbia
Coast Steamship
Service
SENIORITY LIST
OF ENGINEER OFFICERS
CHIEF ENGINEERS
REVISED TO
JANUARY 1, 1975
Date of First
Appointment
Perm. No.
P-126814
Surname
PHILLIPS,
First Name
Walter J.
to Enqineer
Officer
April
13,
1936
P-142797
WILLIAMS
Thomas F.
February 9,
1940
P-323152
IRWIN,
John M.
May
10,
1950
P-197408
WEDMAN,
Lyall L.
February
' 1/
1951
P-196249
NEAL,
Marvin D.
May
12,
1954
P-413784
PARK,
Douglas Grieve
May
25,
1964
P-424474
3AWCHENKO,
Ronald D.
January
31,
1966
435765
MEDFORTH,
Henry
June
3,
1967
360201
DREW,
Albert J.
July
17,
1967
437843
HANNAH,
George
January
8,
1968
466759
KING,
Trevor
April
23,
1973
466327
PODROVAC,
Ivan
June
13,
1973
SECOND ENGINEERS
HULL,
Donald, A.F.
January
13,
1945
P-137842
P-142834
BISHOP,
Sidney C.
February
15,
1951
P-342904
KOPPEL,
Ivan
June
2,
1964
P-382040
MAH,
Phillip
September 2,
1966
P-429776
SORENSEN,
Paul B.
October
5,
1966
422358
WKITTEMORE,
Terrence H.
December
6,
1967
P-456321
NAKATSU,
Toru
August
24,
1971
466832
HUTCHINSON,
Joseph E.D.
June
13,
1973
P-466307
NELSON,
Robert Z.
May
23,
1973
THIRD & FOURTH ENGINEERS
P-440634
Ma CLEAN,
Arthur
August
17,
1969
395272
WINTER,
Robert A.
JUly
23,
1969
456690
GUNN,
Walter
March
13,
1972
466751
JOHNSON,
Maynard V.
April
3,
1973
JUNIOR ENGINEERS
WONG,
Jim K.
August
16,
1965
P-375997
422374
WILDIN,
John A.
June
17,
1967
P-403666
BARBILLION,
John
February
1/
1971
P-343858
ROBERTS,
Edward R.
June
3,
1972
P-466810
WALKER,
Robert R.
May
31,
1973
P-462404
GRAY,
Stephen J.
June
16,
1973
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
April 13, 197*
Files: T-76-30-8
T-76-30-9
Mairs Transport Ltd.
976 Adair
Coquitlam, B.C.
Dear Sirs:
Concerning your trailer #H5 damaged on March 10, 1976,
while en route to Swartz Bay.
Kindly advise whether you carry other insurance on the
contents. If so, with whom and what deductible, if any.
Yours truly,
MoW, HOLLAND
Manager
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
April 13, 197s
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Files: T-76-30-8
T-76-30-9
Sidney Freight Service
1220 Raymur
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sirs:
Concerning your trailer #T-4 damaged on March 10, 1976,
while en route to Swartz Bay.
Kindly advise whether you carry other insurance on the
contents.  If so, with whom and what deductible, if any.
Yours truly,
MoWo HOLLAND
Manager
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
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April 13, 197*
Files: T-76-30-8
T-76-30-9
Intercity Express Ltd.
2655 Dollarton Hwy.
North Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sirs:
Concerning your trailer #430 damaged on March 10, 1976,
while en route to Swartz Bay.
Kindly advise whether you carry other insurance on the
contents. If so, with whom and what deductible, if any.
Yours truly,
MoW. HOLLAND
Manager
D.C.C.O•O o
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File: T-74-30-31
Kingcome Navigation Company Limited
Foot of Columbia Street
Vancouver, B.C.
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ATTENTION: Mr. P.M. Brown
Marlae Superintendent
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Dear Sira:
He are returning herewith your invoice #25826 in the amount
of $409.00 concerning damage sustained to Johnston Terminal'a
trailer JV6-2710 on February 13, 1974.
He are at a loss to understand how this invoice cams to be
directed to us as it pertains to a matter that waa considered
to be strictly between Johnston Terminals and,your goodaelvea.
There is nothing on our file to Indicate that this settlement
waa agreed to.
Youra truly.
1 ■ .
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.CwC.S.S.
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M.W. Holland
Mr. W. Barham
Manager, Safety
CF. Transport
Vencouver
Kindly refer to copies of correspondence forwarded you by the •
Freight Claims Agent in connection with damage austained to
Johnaton Terminals trailer #5965 on January 13, 1975, at Swarts Bay.
1 am enclosing copies of all relevant correspondence and will appreciate
receiving your cheque in the amount of §177.41 in full settlement
account trailer damaged by your hoatler J. Elliott.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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B.D.  MARGETTS
MONTREAL,  QUE.
APR 11/76 A 25/4.3 C 91/.3 E 27/§2 F 50/3.0 J  .1 K 7.9 L POV FUEL
CREDIT 1.4 BCC-48
M.W. HOLLAND
MGR. BCCSS
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M.W. Holland
TO BE INITIALLED AH9 PRSSKMlfi
^Aangger, B.C.C.S.S
Asst. Monager, B.C.C.S.S
Marine Superintendent
Superintend     Filei -3^7!
Mr. J.H. Susuki, Vancouver
Mr. E. Robinson, Nanaimo. 	
Puraer, "Princeea of 7aacaam^fi^^E2i
Miaa B.C. Thorn
Ca^r!1 lent
Term! n& I S up^rtnf eridenf
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nfal ■
Effective immediately sterling travellers chequea ara to bo
accepted at $1.78 to the pound. Do not accept sterling
travellers chequea negotiable only la sterling area.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
BB
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File:  76.ALA.521.6.M.
B.D. MARGETTS
MONTREAL, QUE."
YTD JOHN F MCDOUGALL FOOR CHOICE ACCOMMODATION AVAILABLE JULY 10
SAILING AM QUERYING OPTION EXPIRATION ONLY (I) ROOM NOT UNDER
DEPOSIT FIRST THING APR 13 A M ACCOUNT TIME DIFFERENTIAL AND
WILL CONTACT MR MCDOUGALL PERSONALLY SHORTLY THEREAFTER STOP JULY
2 SAILING UNABLE OFFER (I) CATEGORY JULY 18 SOLD OUT WILL ADVISE
FURTHER      BCC-47
R.R. REID
ASST MGR BCCSS
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A.N. Cairns
Master
"Trailer Princess"
Shipping Msster will boerd your vessel et 0815 Wednesday,
14 April 1976, for the purpose of renewing Articles.
Ensure all crew members sre available.
Marine Superintendent
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File: 574
106
F. GEORGES
COASTAL MARINE OPERATIONS
MONTREAL, QUE.
K.W. HOLLAND
COASTAL MARINE HOPERATIOHS
MONTREAL, QUE.
CONFIRMING TEL CON MR HOLLAND APR 11 TEAMSTERS STRIKE OVER ACTUALLY RETURNED
WORK P M APR 11 OPERATED CARRIER TO S/BAY 0145 APR 12 AND CARRIER WILL
OPERATE 1000 SAILING NAN THIS WEEK A/C HEAVY RAIL COMMITMENTS UNCERTAIN
AS TO USE OF HAIDA DATE FURTHER INFORMATION FOLLOWS ORIGINAL GEORGES
COPY HOLLAND    BCC-43
R.R. REID
ASST MANAGER BCCSS
RRI0BB :
cc.  File 106 - Johnston's
With termination of Teamstare strike April llth, Clem Aitken waa
requested to operate "Cerrier" 0145 April 12th, with guarantee
if 17 pltia trailers. Actually handled eight.
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File 206
574
P. GEORGES
COASTAL MARINE OPERATIONS
MONTREAL, QUE.
M.W. HOLLAND
COASTAL MARINE OPERATIONS
MONTREAL, QUE.
FURTHER MT BCC-44 DATE REPAIRS COMPLETED 9 APR A M PIER A-l STOP UPDATE
ON PIER A-3 REPAIRS TO CONTINUE 1200-1600 THIS WEEK HOPING FOR COMPLETION
Hmi&/)
15 APR STOP  FURTHER MID BCC-43 HIA1M TRANSPORTER WILL NOW BE REQUIRED
THIS EVENING ORIGINAL GEORGES COPT HOLLAND BCC-46
R.R. REID
ASST MGR BCCSS
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Internal Correspondence
Date      VANCOUVER,   12  April  1976.
From      M#w#   Holland
To
Mr. J. Ames
Secretary
CP Ltd.
Montreal, Que.
In order that we may change the designated Manager of our
vessels, "Princess of Vancouver," "Carrier Princess," "Trailer
Princess" and "Princess Patricia" on the respective ships'
registers, it is required that the official Company seal be
affixed to the signature of each of the Transport Canada Forms
R.S. 21A enclosed.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
ANC'BB
be Mr. B.D. Mergetts, Montreal, Que.
@) Form 102-R
 CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date  VANCOUVER, ]2 April 1976. File:  T-76-1010-A
From  T. King
Chief Engineer
"Princess of Vancouver"
Please inform Mr. L. Lansdowne and Mr. L. Van Den Brink, Junior
Engineers, that they should make themselves available for relieving duties on the "Trailer Princess" as of Monday, 0700,
26 April 1976.
Mr. L. Lansdowne should report aboard on 26 April 1976, and be
back aboard "Princess of Vancouver" the following week to take
up his normal duties.
Mr. L. Van Den Brink should report aboard on 3 May 1976 and be
back aboard the "Princess of Vancouver" the following week,
picking up his normal duties.
Please work this relieving system in conjunction with Mr. J.
Wong's schedule of two-weeks-on and two-weeks-off basis.
.v" '•'■:'
2SP Form 102-R
Superintendent Engineer
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VANCOUVER,   12 APRIL  1976.
File:     103
J.D.  MASON
B.D.   MARGETTS
MONTREAL,  QUE.
MONTREAL,  QUE.
05-24337
01-20365
JDM/l BDM/103 RE PAYMENT OUTSTANDINGS BY FOLLOWING FIRMS '  .__„.
DOMANS  - NAN-VAN VAN-NAN MAR 21 PD APR 6 DAVINDER MAR 21 PD APR 6
GRASSICK -  S/BAY  FEB  21/29  PD APR 6 MAR 7  SB AND NAN PD APR 10  ,
HEANEY -  FEB 14/21 PD APR 8 FEB 29 PD APR 9 '
IDEAL FUEL - MAR J  SB AND NAN PD APR 3 _-.."__
J T L -  FEB 14/21 NAN AND SB PD APR 8 FEB 29  SB AND^NAN PD APR 9
SIDNEY FRT - FEB 29 THRU MAR 14 PD APR 10
ARROW TRSFR -  FEB 29  THRU MAR 21 PD APR 10
BANKERS DISP  - MAR 14   SB PD APR 7
PAC PRODUCE - MAR 7/14 PD APR 9,
M.W.,  HOLLAND
MGR BCCSS 'Vl.     ,  . A     -
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Internal Correspondence
Date    VANCOUVER,   12  April 1976.
From    A.N.   Cairns
To Mr. R. Vivian
Second Officer
"Princess of Vancouver"
File:  T-76-1010-A
You will remain as Second Officer until relieved by R. Verchere,
Saturday, 17 April.
W. Gibb and G. Harvey will join Friday, 16 April, to relieve
Verchere and Eastman.
Marine Superintendent
ANC'BE
Form 102-R
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12 April 1976.
File No. 341-0
Mr. J. Kohnke
Pacific Maritime Agencies Ltd.
601 Royal
New Westminster, B.C.
Dear Mr. Kohnke:
Further to our recent conversation in regard to the fuel oil
consumed aboard our vessel, the "Incan St. Laurent" during
August, September and October 1975.
Attached for your Information is a statement covering our adjustment to the fuel consumed during the above montha.
Yours very truly,
T. KING
Superintendent Engineer
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Fuel consumed from period August 16th to October 3rd, 1975, inclusive.
Gallons
Fuel on board August 1, 1975 175,545.0
"  consumed August 1-16, 1975 76,748.0
Fuel remaining August 16, 1975 98,797.0
Fuel remaining August 31, 1975 116,410.0
"  taken August 23, 1975 99,484.0
Fuel remaining on board (old price) 16,926.0
Fuel consumed September 1-30, 1975                      132,391.0
Less "Old Price" remaining fuel for August  16,926.0
Fuel consumed September 1-30, 1975 inclusive (New Price)  115,465.0
Fuel consumed October 1-3, 1975 inclusive 9,730.00
Therefore:
Fuel consumed September 1-30, 1975 inclusive (New Price) 115,465.0
Fuel consumed October 1-3, 1975 inclusive (New Price) 9,730.0
Adjustment Total 125,195.0
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British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
OPORD       - #76-13 Date:  12 April 1976.
Distribution - Groups One, Two & Three File:  163
(Excluding Pr. Patricia)
Reference   -
Subject     - Annual Drydocking "Carrier Princess"
"Carrier Princess" will be withdrawn from service for annual drydocking Tuesday, 20 April through Friday, 23 April.
REMARKS:  "Carrier Princess" will arrange to be off Burrard Drydock
at 0700 Tuesday, 20 April.
Crew will victual on board.
"Trailer Princess" will be required in Nanaimo day service
Wednesday, 21 April through Friday, 23 April, departing
Vancouver 0900 daily.
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M.W, tloliend
Mr* C«A„ Aitken, Vancouver
Capt. R.J, Hudson
Retarding attached copy of lector received from Sidney Freight Ltd.
Kindly let me have your report. Mr. Aitken also to supply copy of
Bill of Lading.
Presume their letter erroneously refers to Teewweaeen.
, B.C.C.S.S.
act Blaney Agencies Limited
920 Douglas Street
Victoria. B.C.
V8W 2T6
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File; 173651
Mr. 6.H. Burchill
133 Atkins Avenue
Victoria, B.C.
V9B ftZ9
Dear Harry:
I have arranged that you be paid bereavement leave for
three days in period 08, aa requested.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.CCS.S.
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M.W. Holland
Mr. R. Granger
Manager, Benefits
Montreal
Reference your letter of April 5, 1976, file 399637, concerning
Recommendation for Retention (Form PF-20), for the above mentioned.
Enclosed herewith is signed Form PF-20 together with letter of
concurrence from the Canadian Merchant Service Guild.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
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M.W. Holland
Mr. A.M. Cairns
Mr. T. King
Mr. R.R. Raid
Mr. F.W. Atkinson
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File:
102
Mr. C.A. Aitken
Mr. J.D. Finnie
Mr. W.W. Hocking
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Your attention ia drawn to Item No. 7 on the reverae of Personal
Expense Claim Form 140 which statea:
"Where possible expenses Incurred on account of
Guests of the Company should indicate name of
gueat(s) and firm(s) being represented. The coat
of entertainment ahould be shown in the column
headed 'Other Expenses'."
Receipts for meals paid for on these occasions are to be attached.
Kindly acknowledge understood.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
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A.N. Cairns
Capt. J. Sandberg
Master
PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER
I am enclosing a copy of a letter dated April 1, 1976, from the
Harbour Maater's Office relating to an incident which occurred at
1800 houra on March 30, 1976, Involving the "Prineees of Vancouver"
and the "Katori Maru."
Kindly let me have your version of the incident as soon as possible,
Marine Superintendent
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File: 609
B.D. MARGETTS
MONTREAL, QUE.
N END VANC IS VOY NO 77 APR 10 NBD A NIL B NIL C NIL D 12 RAIL DUNCAN BAY
FOR ESTD REV 3600 STOP SBD A NIL B NIL C NIL D 9 MT RAIL DUNCAN BAY ONLY
Ai§ TEAMSTERS STRIKE TOTAL REV 3600      BCC-45
M.W. HOLLAND
MGR BCCSS
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File:  206
P. GEORGES
COASTAL MARINE OPERATIONS
MONTREAL, QUE.
REF TEL CON DATE REPAIRS TO A-3 THAT WOULD FURTHER NECESSITATE SCHEDULE
INTERRUPTION NOT ANTICIPATED REPAIRS CONTINUING DAILY 1200-1600 WITH NO
INTERRUPTION TO SCHEDULES ESTIMATED DATE COMPLETION APR 30/76
BCC-44
R.R. REID
ASST. MGR., BCCSS
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W.W. Hocking
.Mr. W.P. Cotnam | ggTSSm
Manager, Disbursement Accounting! ^rr—-.
Montreal, Que. "1^2^^
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Cg'c?Hfi'i 5{.'*>.?r>'nferK:fv?nf
Diei^pfmenfa/ Anafysf
Office Merjfger"
Our Alaska vessel, "Princess Patricia," requires the following
sddition to meet U.S. Port Heelth Authorities:
"Wallace & Tiernan residual chlorine analyser a
recorder for potable water - equipment & fittings -
estimate $6,000."
Normally, a capital appropriation would be raised to cover thia
expenditure; however, aa veaael ia fully depreciated, it would
appear more practical to include aame in our operating expenses.
Your approval is requested to handle accounting of thia vessel
additive aa an operating expense.
Accountant, B.C.C.S.S.
WWH'BB
cc. Mr. P. Georges
Asst. Generel Manager
coastal Marine Operations
Montreal, Que.
For your information.
Accountant, B.C.C.S.S.
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R.R. Reid
Mr. R.A.  Ferguson
Vancouver, B.C.
Sometime ago we forwarded to you copy of Mr. Margetts1 suggestion
that we take a look at the Brittany Ferries folder.
We accordingly wrote for this folder, and it ia now attached for
your sight and the possibility of using any of the material contained therein for local ferry services coloured brochure, or
otherwise.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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R.R. Reid
Mr. J.H. Suzuki
Vancouver, B.C.
Kindly refer to your letter of 6 April relative to request by
Mr. Vic Border for leave of absence commencing 23 April to 2 Msy.
It will be in order for leave of absence to be granted without
pay.
We understand that Morris White is available and will be
ployed during the period 23 April to 2 May.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Internal Correspondence
Date   VANCOUVER, 9 April 1976. File:  76-ALA.055.GEN.
From   r.r. Reid
Master
"Princess Patricia"
In view of the conflict of arrival times between the TEV "Princess
Patricia" and the "Cunard Adventurer" at Vancouver July 10th and
September 4th, we have agreed with Customs Officers, to facilitate
their examination of passengers and thereby our own requirements,
that the "Princess Patricia" will arrive Vancouver on the aforementioned dates at 0830 instead of her normally scheduled time of
0900.
It will be appreciated if you will kindly arrange accordingly.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
cc.  Purser, "Princess Patricia" - It will be appreciated if you
will arrange to make an announcement at the commencement
of the July 2nd and August 27th sailings, at a convenient
time prior to sailing from Vancouver, for the information
of all passengers concerned, that the arrival time in Vancouver will be half an hour earlier than normal to facilitate
Customs examination.   Tour parties concerned on these
sailings will be advised in writing in advance.
Chief Steward, "Princess Patricia" - For your information.
Mr. J.H. Suzuki, Vancouver - We are attaching copy of letter
addressed to Mr. W. Laidlaw, Superintendent, Outside Services.
Canada Customs, indicating therein that his office will be
advised two days prior to each of the listed sailings, the
arrival times and number of passengers concerned.  This
follows previous years' practice, and will be pleased if
(S'i Form 102-R
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cc.  Mr. J.H. Suzuki (Cont'd.)
you will kindly arrange with your staff to handle
again this year as has been done in the past.
Will you also please arrange to have representative
from your staff handle Immigration desk evening of
departure, as has been done in the past, and submission of overtime slip to cover same.
Mr. A.N. Cairns
Mr. T. King
Mr. F.W. Atkinson
Mr. H.L. Hudson
Miss B.C. Thorn - Will you please arrange to advise tour parties
in writing, departing Vancouver July j^a_
and August 27th, of the half hour earlier
arrival in Vancouver, in order that they
may adjust their onward connections
accordingly.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
 9 April 1976.
File No. 608
Doman-Marpole Transport Ltd.
1275 Vulcan Way
Richmond, B.C.
Gentlemen:
This will acknowledge receipt of your Invoice No,. 8*?6869,
in the amount of $90.00, covering trailer rental for alx
trailers @ $15.00 per day.
Mr. M.W. Holland, who waa appointed Manager, CP Rail, BCCSS at
Vancouver, April 1, 1967, is presently in Montreal until the
end of the month. Upon hia return you will be contacted regarding this matter.
Yours very truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
  CPRail
Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
9 April  1976.
This will acknowledge with thanks, your contribution towards retirement presentation made to Mr. J. (Jim) Yates,
Manager, B.C.C.S.S., on March 31st, and we are sorry you
could not be with us on that occasion.
Reception was held in Pier "C" waiting room from 5-8 p.m.,
with approximately 125 present from the active and retired
ranks.  Mr. B.D. Margetts, General Manager, Coastal Marine
Operations, Montreal, made presentation to Jim and Evelyn,
following opening remarks by Mr. A.N. Cairns, Marine Superintendent.  Gifts presented were an auto tape deck and FM
radio unit with two speakers; walnut-stained solid oak desk;
antique ship's table lamp, and a door knocker in the form of
an anchor, together with a $100.00 bill to be used for purchase of casettes for tape deck and installation of speakers,
Since that time we have been able to present Jim with a
further $50.00 to be used for the same purpose.
Jim and Evelyn extend to you their thanks and appreciation
for a most enjoyable association over the years.
Yours very truly,
l<
R.R.   REID
Asst.   Manager,   B.C.C.S.S.
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9' April 1976.
File No. 336
United States Federal Maritime Commission
Washington, D.C. 20573.
Gentlemen:
This has reference to periodical reports covering the operation
of our "Princess Patricia" as required under U.S. Public Lew
89-777, for which we hold Certificate of Non-Performance No. P-50.
For the April quarterly report, please be advised there have been
no changes in respect of the Information furnished in our letter
of January 12th, and would also report that there has been no
unearned passenger revenue received to date from U.S. ports.
Our next report will follow in June. Will you please acknowledge
receipt on the attached copy of thia letter.
Yours very truly.
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
BEEEBB
ACKNOWLEDGED
Signature Date
 April 9, 1976
File: 164
Mr* J. Oliver
Manager Claims
Canadian Pacific Ejtpreas Co*
30 Newbridge Road
Etobicoke, Ontario
Dear Mr* Oliver:
I am enclosing my complete file on the subject of lost,
consignment from Stothert & Pitt, England, to our Storekeeper
in Vancouver which waa being handled by C*P. Express from
Lechine, Quebec, on Waybill No, 880049590*
Aa will be noted, a considerable time has elapsed since we
commenced this claim, first with our General Claims Agent
who passed us on to CP* Transport and it waa a long time
in their henda before they finally directed us to your
Department*
It le considered, therefore, that settlement is long overdue
and it would be appreciated if you will let us have payment In
the total amount of $466*00 as soon aa possible*
Yours truly.
M.W* HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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M.W* Holland
Mr, Re Granger
Manager, Benefits
Montreal
Re: Henry James OLSEN, #P-851454,
Cjpeyal Foreman jfff^.N9ti 701-380-008
Further to Application for Pension effective August 1, 1976,
submitted by the above mentioned employee.
We forwarded with the forms a certified copy of the Certificate
Of Marriage but In the event that this is not acceptable, we
have now been successful In obtaining photostats of the original
certificate, copy of which is enclosed.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 April 9, 1976
Pilot T-76-40
Ms* Christine Ward
4G7 Riquesa, E-3
Encinitae, California  92024
U. 8* A*
Dear Ma* Ward:
Thank you for your letter of March 25, 1976, enquiring as
to the possibility of employment aboard our vessels*
All of our vessels are Canadian registered and similarly to
United States' registered vessels, the Shipping Act does not
ellow us to employ aliene ao In the flrat instance it will be
necessary for you to be a Canadian cltlsen or have landed
immigrant atatus*
We have only one cruise vessel the "Princess Patricia" and we
have aufficieat qualified personnel available to administer
first eld if and when required* Our vessel fmllows the inside
paasage route to Alaska and the close proximity of ports mskee
it unnecessary to require the services of a physician or
professional nurse*
I am sorry if this sounds discouraging but I suggest you contact
one of the larger United states' shipping companies and wish you
luck in your sea-going ambition*
Yours truly.
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S*
HLH/jb
 April 9, 1176
Pile: T-76-40
Miss Leslie Buckland
78 Bowhlll Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario   A
K2E 687
Dear Miss Buckland:
Thank you for your letter of April 6, 1976, enquiring as to
the possibility of employment on the "Princess Patricia."
I regret to advise that we have been inundated with applications
for our cruise vessel this summer and we have ample crew available.
In fact, we will be unable to accommodate many people who were
laid off last year. Your chances of employment, therefore, are
very slim and suggest you look elsewhere.
Sorry I eennot be of more aaslstance to you at this time but
thank you for your lntereet in Canadian Pacific.
Youra truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 April 9, 1976
Pile:    T-76-40
Mr. Kenneth W* Campbell
Maine Maritime Academy
Castlne, Maine  04421
U* S* A*
Dear Mr* Campbell:
Reference to your letter of March 18, 1976, enquiring as
to the possibility of employment with thia Company*
All our ship's offleere are hired through the Canadian
Merchant Service Guild with whom we have a contract but in
any event I do not think your Third Mate'a Licence would
qualify you for membership.
There is elso the question of your citlsenship* Ours is
strictly a eoaatal operation and in accordance with the
Shipping Act we can hire only Canadian citisens or landed
immigrants, similarly to United States' regulations.
1 very much regret that I am unable to be more helpful but
thank you for your lntereet in Canadian Pacific and sincerely
hope you are successful in obtaining sea-going employment.
Recommend you try one of the larger United States' shipping
companies*
Yours truly,
M.W* HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 April 9, 1976
Pile:    373415
Mr* W.H. Bench
Apt* 106, 1245 Barclay Street
Vencouver, B.C.
Dear Mr. Beech:
Concerning your cell into this office recently regarding your
status with this Company.
Every effort waa made to eontact you when a position aroae on
the "Prineees of Vancouver" but our letter to you dated March 12,
waa returned by the postal authorities due to lack of apartment
number* We could not locate thia on your T.D.I, alao the Seafarer's
International Union do not have your complete address. As you
explained to our Mr. Hudson, you considered that It waa not wise
to xelease this information for security reasons.
I think you will agree that this is entirely your own problem and
personnel off the payroll should keep the office adviaed of their
whereabouts in the event their services are needed.
Thia coupled with the fact that you have now been out of service
for six months having failed to report to the "Prineees of Vancouver"
when requested te do eo, we have no alternative but to eioae your
record, effective thia date April 9, 1976* Thia will allow ua to
laaue you a Separation Certificate end clear your statue with the
Seafarer's International Union Hall making you eligible for dispatch.
Yours truly.
A.N* CAIRNS
Marine Superintendent
B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Seafarer's International union, 837 Homer Street, Vancouver, B.C.
Mr. W.W. Hocking, Vancouver
Please issue Separation Certificate*
, Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 VANCOUVER, April 9, 1976 Pile: 127778
M.W. Holland
Mr* N.D. Hullins
Regional Counsel
Vancouver
Concerning 017-127778, Lealie ANDERSON, who died January 11, 1976,
we new enclose completed Form P.R.3, copy of Statement of Death
and copy of Certificate of Cremation*
Mra* Betty Pariah, Executrix of the eatate, has adviaed that
Mr. Anderson's December pension cheque was deposited to his account.
Copy of Mra. Parish's letter of April 6, is attached.
Manager, B.CCS.S*
cc: Mr* R. Granger, Manager, Benefits, Montreal
Reference your letter of February 7, 1976*
Copy of Mra. Parish's letter of April 6, is attached*
Manager, B.C.C.S.S*
JB
 VANCOUVER, April 9, 1976
M.W. Holland
Mr. J.C Lang
Auditor
Vancouver
File:    413792
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With reference to Mr. McPherson's application dated February 5, 1976,
for re-inatatenent with thia Department.
a
We ere in agreement with thia employee resuming his former position
of Purser, effective May 1, 1975. The B.R.A.S.C. heve concurred.
Kindly let ua have Form PDBl and personal file in due course.
Menager, B.CCS.S.
cc: Mr* A*J* McPheraon, Vancouver
Kindly cell In about mid-April and discuss*
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 TELEX VANCOUVER, 9 APRIL 1976.
File: 574
P. GEORGES
COASTAL MARINE OPERATIONS
MONTREAL, QUE.
CONFIRMING CONV MS CARTWRIGHT BOTH SIDES MET APR 8 WITHOUT ANY RESULTS BUT
AGAIN MEETING TODAY WILL KEEP YOU INFORMED ANY DEVELOPMENTS    BCC-41
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ASST. MGR., BCCSS
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File:  76.ALA.52J.H.
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7 April 1976.
File No. AGR.3.BRAC.S.
Mr. R. Welch
Senior General Chairman
Brotherhood of Railway, Airline &
Steamship Clerks, etc.
401 Dominion Building
207 West Hastings St.
Vancouver, B.C.
V6B 1H7
Dear Mr. Welch:
This will acknowledge your letter of April 5th, File N-l-8-76,
requesting meeting to discuss renewal agreement between
B.C.C.S.S. and the Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks, etc.
We will advise as quickly as possible when meeting requested
can be arranged.
Yours very truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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cc.  Mr. B.D. Margetts, Gen. Mgr., Coastal Marine Operations, Montreal.
Mr. P.E. Timpson, Labour Relations Asst., Vancouver.
Mr. J.A. Foster, Local Chairman, BRAC.
be. Mr. L.B. Jackson
Mr. W.W. Hocking
Will you kindly estimate increased annual costs of revisions
to the BRACj£ agreement attached.
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OPORD       - #76-12 Date:  8 April 1976.
Distribution - Group Three (Excluding File:  163
Princess Patricia &
Trailer Princess)
Reference   - Circular 75-16, 3 Dec. 1975, Paragraph II.
Subject     - "Princess of Vancouver"/"Carrier Princess" Schedules.
1. The "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER" alternate Saturday maintenance layovers
for 10 April and 24 April are cancelled, and the ship will operate
in regular schedule.
2. "CARRIER PRINCESS" will not be required for Nanaimo service
Saturday, 10 April.
 CPRt II
Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C2R3
8 April 1976.
File No. 76-REF-lll
Mrs. J. Crawshaw
Box 104
Quathiaski Cove, B.C.
VOP 1N0
Dear Mrs. Crawshaw:
Thank you for your recent letter, received in this office
April 7th, concerning refund on unused BCCSS transportation.
We regret that your earlier letters were not received by us.
We are pleased to enclose Money Order 1762279 for value $2^.00
as total refund.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RREtBB
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "£?'
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
8 April 1976.
File No, 562
Mr. H.R. Cooper
Vice-President Traffic
Seaspan International Ltd.
10 Pemberton Avenue
North Vancouver, B.C.
V7P 2R1
Dear Harold:
This has reference to your Invoice No. 850171 covering charter
costs for the "Seaspan Doris" on the Vancouver-Beaver Cove
service.
At our recent meeting we expressed our dissatisfaction with
the additional charge for the Duncan Bay call of $90.00 per car,
minimum $450.00.  We suggested that this additional charge
was not warranted in view of the fact that we were not causing
an increase in the number of calls on this weekend trip.
It would be appreciated if you would review this situation and
either indicate your agreement with our position, or your desire to discuss the matter further.  I will be in Montreal for
the period April 9-21 inclusive, but will be available at your
convenience after that date.
In my absence I will be giving due consideration to the agreement governing the North End of Vancouver Island service, and
will have a draft for your review shortly after my return.
Yours very truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
MWH'BB
be. Mr. B.D. Margette, Montreal, Qua.
I will advise you the outcome of thia matter in due course.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 April 8, 1976
File: 393809
Canadian Merchant Service Guild
Western Branch
230 Weat Broadway
Vancouver, B.C.
V3Y 1P7
Reference our letter of March 29, concerning one year'a
extension in Canadian Pacific'a service in favour of
Mr* John 1* Jenkins, Electrician.
Would appreciate receiving your reply as soon aa possible*
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 VANCOUVER, April 8, 1976 Files:  241275
9299-8peelal
H.U* Holland
Mr* J.D* Monteith
Supervisor Welfare Plans
Montreal
Kindly refer to your letter of September 9, 1973, file 980*1, in
reply to our letter of August 8, concerning participation of
B.C.C.S.S* employees in the Job Security Plan*
We now have an instance where there la the possibility that we may
have to pay out Severance Pay to an employee who was transferred
to this Department on the grounds of 111 health on April 2, 1973*
from C*P* Tranaport having 17 years service in that Department*
As non-signatories to the Job Security Plan are we responsible for
Severance Pay for the whole of this employee's service or just the
portion for hia service with this Departmenti
Your early reply will be very much appreciated*
Manager, B.C.C.S.8*
HLH/jb
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File: T-76-134
Ma* Uriel Ann Huntley
Box 92
Campbell River, B.C.
V9W 4Z9
Dear Ms* Huntley:
Your wallet has been found on our premises and turned into
this office*
Pleaae confirm the above address and wallet will be forwarded
to you by regiatared mall*
Youra truly.
M.W, HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.G*S*S*
JB
 April 8, 1976
Pile: 484307
Canadian Merchant Service Guild
Weatarn Branch
230 West Broadway
Vancouver, B.C.
V5Y 1P7
Dear Sirs:
This is to advlae that Jr. Engineer, Alois KLINAR, will
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be commencing employment on the "Princess Patricia",
effective April 12, 1976.
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.CCS.S.
JB
 April 8, 1976
Pile: T-76-40
Director, Pollution Control Branch
Water Reaourcea Service
Parliament Building
Victoria, B.C.
Deer Sir:
With reference to your letter of March 22, 1976, file 0262100-8-7,
requesting information on the method of eewage disposal in use on
our ferry vessel — plying between Vencouver end Nanaimo.
Below waterline the "Princess of Vancouver" has crew holding
tanks with automatic discharge.
Above waterline (passenger end some ship's officers accommodation)
discharge of sewage la direct to the see.
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.CCS.S.
HLH/jb
 April 8, 1976
File: T-76-40
Ms* Rarer. Neill
R.R. #1
Parksvllle, B.C.
Dear Ma. Neill:
Thenk you for your letter concerning employment aboard our
ferry.
We occasionally have vacancies for Coffee Room Assistants
on the "Princess of Vancouver" but the wey it looks st present
we have aufficlent people laid off from last summer to fill
ell the vecencles thst will occur when our busy seeson opens
up eround Easter.
Sorry I cannot be of more assistance at this time, but your
interest in Canadian Pacific is appreciated.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 TELEX VANCOUVER, 8 April 1976.
N. CARTWRIGHT
COASTAL MARINE OPERATIONS
MONTREAL, QUE.
WHAT IS POSITION OF APPOINTMENT NOTICES OF JONES CARTWRIGHT AND HOLLAND
BCC-38
M.W. HOLLAND
!£&., BCCSS
MWH'BB
 TELEX VANCOUVER, 8 APRIL 1976.
B.D. MARGETTS
MONTREAL, QUE.
APR 5/76 A 54/9.3 C 179/.7 E 62/.4 F 78/4.7 G 74/6.1 J  .6 K 21.8 L CREDITS
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M.W. HOLLAND
MGR., BCCSS
WWH'BB
 CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date   VANCOUVER,   8,  April 1976. File:     168
Fmm   M.W.  Holland
To
Manager
Credit Card Bureau
Montreal, Que.
This Department holds Credit Card CP 921133 015 good to the end
of October 1977, made out to "J. Yates."
As Mr. Yates retired effective April 1, 1976, will appreciate
your issuing new credit card in favour of "M.W. Holland." We will
retain present card until receipt of new card.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
)Form 102A-R
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VANCOUVER, 8 April 1976.
R.R. Reid
Mr. J.H. Suzuki
Vancouver, B.C.
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With reference to your letter of March 26th concerning summer staff.
We will arrange to supply you with two Reservation Clerks to commence
Msy 3rd, and one June 14th, the former until September 10th and the
latter until September 3rd.
We will arrange to supply you with one Ticket Clerk commencing May
3rd to September 30th; one Ticket Clerk, May 28th to September 17th,
and one Ticket Clerk, May 31st to September 10th.
Consideration should be given to promoting one of the Reservation
girls up to Ticket Clerk during the period of time Mr. Sudermsn
will be acting as summer relief, June 7th through July 30th, with
replacement for Reservation Clerk. Should traffic be sufficient
to extend Ticket Clerk beyond July 30th, consideration will be given
at that time.
Will you please advise for our consideration, names of any previous
summer staff who have indicated a desire to return this year.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 r:
With reference to your letter of March 31, Pile 103-34,
concerning the various items queried as to their status.
Advertising Alaeka/Vancouver-Kanaimo
(a) Slide presentation will be used personally by Mr.
Reid or any other member of this Department, also
by organizations who are desirous of showing same
themselves, individually or in conjunction with
other transportation presentations. The travel media
have been made a\*are of this, now that it has been
put together and is available for such showings.
Senior Citizens groups have been advised through the
publication "Elder Statesman," which reaches all
Senior Citizen outlets in the Province of 3ritish
Columbia. The actual plan for use of these slides
vwill be to show on an appointment basis throughout
the year, time and personnel permitting.
(b) The "Princess Patricia" is not adaptable to business
seminars during the normal season, by reason of the
fact that no specific area can be made exclusively
available for a Tsey group of people. Our policy has
been, and remains, that the entire ship, because of
her size, is available to all passengers at any time
of the day for observation purposes and/or shipboard
special events. When the ship is under charter it is
left to the discretion of the charterer as to the
availability of observation rooms for meeting purposes,
consistent with the type of charter. When the ship
is tied up and winterized, neither her appearance nor
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(b) (Cont'd.)
The uncomfortable temperature lend themselves to the
conducting of seminars on board ship.
(c) People, are encouraged to place their names on waitlists
for availability of accommodation desired through canr-
cellation. Additionally, employees are encouraged to •
travel on May 31st, JUne 8th and September 4th sailings,
during which time a 25% reduction from passage portion of
Alaska transportation is available. At other times,
employees are requested to place their names on waitlists
for last-minute assignment of space and employee reduction
consideration. Should they not be desirous of availing
themselves of whatever space may be available from the
foregoing, they can reserve in advance without reduction,
whatever type of accommodation they prefer, subject to
availability, except that Manager has the prerogative
of permitting employee reduction during mid-season, at
his discretion. Senior Citizens are solicited on standby
lists on the basis of BCCSS granting a 15% reduction from
tariff on the assignment of whatever space is available
three days prior to respective sailings. We are attaching
status of current waitlists as of March 26th, for your
information in this connection. Senior Citizens publications
are just under v»y, so that we really do not have a true
reflection of their interest.
(d) The only new uniforms to be used by the officers of the
"Princess Patricia" are xntfiite shirts with shoulder boards.
It has been agreed that black double-breasted uniform is
the most presentable colour and style and will be continued vfriere full uniform is required and during cooler
periods of the year.
(e) Polder for the "Princess of Vancouver" is presently under
discussion, in view of the Nanaimo advertising budget
having just recently been forwarded to Mr. Key, with copy
to Mr. Margetts.
(f) Fred Stuart's article, and similar articles, are available
for distribution, at the discretion of this Department.
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(f) (Cont'd.)
To date we have reproduced 500 copies of Mr. Stuart's
article, which will be used in connection with slide
presentation and promotion of new group bookings.
(g) The full marketing plans of the "Princess Patricia" are
well under way, in accordance with %he  Public Relations•
1976 summer season plans. The vessel herself is presently
in drydock for annual pre-season work, and painters have
been employed on board ship since the turn of  the year
and are progressing favourably with interior decoration,
as reported earlier.
LABOUR
No meetings are currently scheduled for any of the three Unions'
negotiations, status of which is as shown below:
S.I.U. - Awaiting presentation from S.I.U. of written historical
reference. No progress made to date on any negotiable items.
GUILD - Awaiting advice of further meetings. No points have
been negotiated to date, other than receiving their demands
for curYent contract.
BRAC - Their demands for new contract received date.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED
British  Columbia Coast   Steamship Service
OPORD       - #76-11 Date:  7 April 1976,
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Distribution - Groups One and Three
(Excluding Princess Patricia
and Trailer Princess)
Reference   -
subject     -  "Princess of Vancouver" Schedule
Further to OPORD #76-9
To complete maintenance repairs to Pier A-3, the "Princess
of Vancouver" will be withdrawn from service 0300 Sunday,
11 April 1976, until 1830 same date, resuming schedule at
2000.  A-3 berth is not available to any ships during this
period.
On completion of discharge at Vancouver 0230 arrival 11
April, "Princess of Vancouver" will move to Pier B-3 for
layover, departing that berth at 1845 for loading A-3.
cc.  Mr. R. Kerr
"Seaspan Doris "
 CANADIAN        PACIFIC       LIMITED
Office of the Manager,   B.C.C.S.  Service
Vancouver,   7 April  1976.
Effective 1 April 1976,  Mr.  M.W.  Holland is appointed
Manager,   B.C.C.S.S.,   succeeding Mr.  J. Yates,  retired,
 April 7, 1976
Filet T-76-40
Mr. Joe Mior
14 Alexandra Street
Guelph, Ontario
H1H 1K9
Deer Joe:
Thank you for writing me concerning a position on our vessela
thia coming cummer.
I remember you well from laat year when you did en excellent
job for the abort time you were with us.
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I regret that at thia point I am unable to make you a firm
offer of employment due to the fact that we have employees to
fill sll the positions that will be available thia year.
normally one een only expect about 50% of the students to return
the following yeer but thie yeer for some reason or soother
almost 100% have elected to return, moat of whom have more service
th^n you.
If, in any event, you come to Vancouver, pleaae do not heeltete
to call into aee me on arrival and I will do what I can to place
you, subject to a position becoming available. If you have an
alternative job available, would recommend that you take it.
I regret that the same will apply to your frieod David Carpenter
and will appreciete if you will peas thia message onto him.
Youra truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
4
 April 7, 1976
Pile* T-76-40
Mr. Tim Carlson
2983 Henderson Road
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Mr. Carlson:
Thank you for your latter of March 27, 1976, requesting an
application for summer employment on our cruise vessel.
I regret to advise that we have been Inundated with applications
for our cruise veesel this summer end we have ample crew available.
In fact, we will be unable to accommodate many people who were
laid off laat year.
Sorry I cannot be of more assistance to you at this time but
thank you for your interest In Canadian Pacific.
Yours truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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 April 7, 1976
File: T-76-40
Dr. Brian McFarlane
23 Lowell Avenue
St. Catharines, Ontario
Dear Dr. McFarlane:
Thank you for your letter of March 26, 1976, enquiring aa to
the possibility of a Medical Officer's position aboard our
Alaska cruise vessel the "Princess Patricia."
The "Princess Patricia" follows the "inaide passage" route end
the proximity of porta makes it unnecessary to require the
services of ar physician. Qualified personnel ere available to
administer flrat aid when and If required.
Thank you for your lntereat In Canadian Pacific.
Youra truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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 April 7, 1976
File: T-76-40
Mr. Barry Hamilton
106 — 1160 Kingfisher
Kitiraat, B.C.
Dear Mr. Hamilton:
Thank you for your letter of March 21, 1976, enquiring aa to
the possibility of sn Electrician's position aboerd our vessels.
It will be necessary for you to join the Canadian Merchant Service
Guild, through whom we ere obliged to hire all deck and engineer
officers. Their address is 230 West Broadway, Vancouver, B.C. V5Y 1P7.
Youra truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
J
 April 7, 1976
File: T-76-40
Miss Jean Alexander
21661 Santa Clara
Detroit, Michigan  48219
U. S. A.
Deer Miss Alexander:
Thank you for your letter of March 10, 1976, expreaalng lntereat
in working on our cruise vessel.
Before considering your application, it will be necessary to know
whether you are a Canadian cltisen or have leaded immigrant status.
All of our vessele ere Canadian registered and similarly to United
States' rsglstered vessels, the Shipping Act does not allow us to
employ aliena.
Sorry we cannot be of more help at thia time but auggest you contact
one of the larger American shipping companies. We hope you ere
eventually successful In obtaining the kind of employment you ere
seeking.
Yours truly.
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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April 7, 1976
File: T-76-40
Mr. JOse Leonardo Molina
Be. ingles, Case No. 68.5 te. Calle
Barberla Latina
La Ceiba, Atlade. Hand. C.A.
Dear Mr. Molina:
Thank you for your letter of March 18, 1976, concerning employment
aboard our vessels.
This Department has a contract with the Canadian Merchant Service
Guild through whom we are obliged to hire all deck and engineer
offlcere end with Seefarer'a International Union for uncertificated
deck and engineroom personnel.
As, however, you do not appear to have any see-going experience
1 doubt very much whether either of these unions will consider
you qualified.
1 would aleo point out that to work on Canadian registered vessels,
it will bs necessary for you to be a citisen ofjT&f^&aVe* landed
Immigrant status JLn Csnad% A
Sorry I cannot be of more assistance but your Interest In Canadian
Pacific la appreciated. Trust you are eventually succeesful in
a sea-going career.
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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M.W. Holland
Mr. W.D. Barham
Clalma Deportment
CP. Transport
Vancouver
Further to my letter of April 6, concerning Tilden Rent-a-Car
Station Wagon damaged on January 30, 1976, by C.P.T. hostler.
We heve been requested by the Menager, Insurance & Fire Protection,
to adviae you that there ia the possibility of your also being liable
for the deductible amount in the event thet e further claim ia
received.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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File: T-75-30-25
Messrs. Farria, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy
Barristers & Solicitors
P.O. Box 10026 Pscific Centre
Toronto Dominion Bank Tower
700 Weat Georgle Street
Vancouver, B.C.
V7Y 1B3
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Deer Sirs:
Your letter of Merch 30, 1976, file 43-372, In connection
with damage sustelned by Johnston Terminals trailer #5984
on July 10, 1975, at Pier A-3, Vencouver.
Settlement in your client'e favour in the amount of $356.75
haa been approved.
Kindly forward invoice for repairs In order thet we may process
same.
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M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
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Internal Correspondence
Date VANCOUVER, 6 April 1976. File:  253
From r.r. Reid
To Chief Steward
"Princess of Vancouver"
"Carrier Princess"
"Princess Patricia"
On September 5, 1975, we wrote you regarding annual visit of
Mr. W.G. Starks, Supervisor of First Aid, with attention being
drawn to the requirement of updating respectively, your First
Aid equipment.
Will you please advise if Mr. Starks' suggestions have been
implemented and present status of your equipment.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
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Date      VANCOUVER,   6 April  ]976.
From      R.R.   Reid
To  Mr. H.S. Harriman
Montreal, Que.
For your record purposes, we attach certification indicating
stock of Form BCS 11 and 11R, which have been destroyed in
this office by use of shredding machine, account tickets now
obsolete and having been replaced with Form BCS 11.
(2) Form 102-R
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Asst.  Manager,   B.C.C.S.S.
cc.  Mr. J.C. Lang
Senior Travelling Auditor
Vancouver, B.C.
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File No. 76.ALA.055.GEN.
Mr. W. Laidlaw
Superintendent, Outside Services
Canada Customs
1001 W. Pender St.
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Mr. Laidlawi
During the 1976 Alaaka cruise season, our TEV "Prineees
Patricia" will arrive Vancouver at 0900 and depart at
2030, as shown below:
May 15 (departure), 23, 3).
June 8, 16, 24.
July 2,*10, 18, 26.
Aug. 3, 11, 19, 27.
Sept.*4, 12, 20, 28.
Oct. 2 (arrival).
Your office will be advised two days prior to each of the
above arrival dates as to total number of passengers on
boerd end eny other epecial requirements.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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* July 10th & Sept. 4th - To facilitate Customs examination as
result of arrival of other cruise liners these dates, "Princess
Patricia" will arrive Vancouver at 0830.
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Mr. J. Mutch
Dlatrict Salee Manager
CP Air
514 W. 6th St.
Los Angeles, California
Dear Mr. Mutch:
For your information, account tour cancellation we can offer
a good variety of accommodation on the "Princess Patricia"
June 16th Bailing, Categories (c), (d), (e), (f), (g) and
(h), also June 24th, Categoriee (d), (a), (f), (g) and (h).
Youra very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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File No. 76.ALA.055.GEN.
Four Seasons Travel
JJ. Shops Capri
Kelowna, B.C.
GentleiBen:
For your information, account tour cancellation, can offer
good variety of accoscmodation on "Princess Patricia"
June ]6th sailing, Categories (c), (d), (e), (f), (g) and
(h), also June 24th, Categories (d), (e), (f), (g) and
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Yours very truly, A ,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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123 Yale Rd. W., Bex 265
. Chllliwsck, B.C.
Starke Travel Sarviea
133-a Main St., Eox 177
Chilliwacki B.C.
Nell Hscdoaald Ltd.
74 Seymour St. W.
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Manager, BCCSS, Marine Dept, Pier "B"
Vancouver, British Columbia   V6C 2R3
6 April 1976.
File No. 76.CHA.529.H.
Mr. Karl C. Gresowski, President
Hawaiian Polynesia Tours
2020 No. Broadway
Santa Ana, California 92 706.
Dear Karl:
This will acknowledge receipt of your Bank Draft No. 56706 for
value $10,000.00 Canadian funds, as third deposit in connection
with the May 15th charter of the "Princess Patricia."
Your copy of Miscellaneous Order BCS 17 No. 00075,  is attached
for your record purposes.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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File No. 77.CHA.529.A.
Dr. Anna Chavelle
2501 N. 45th
Seattle, Washington 98103.
Dear Dr. Chavelle:
Last year Mr. E.A. Morgan, our Alaake representative in
Seattle, furnished you with Information concerning e
possible "Princess Patricia" charter to Alaska and return,
Spring 1977, on behalf of the American Academy of Family
Physicians.
We wish to advise that Mr. Morgan has now retired and there
is no successor resident in Seettle.
Should s sincere interest in chartering the "Patricia"
materialise, it will be appreciated if you will kindly
direct any further communications to the above address, or
by phoning collect to me, Area Code 604, 665-2502.
Yours very truly,
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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SOLVED PROBLEM AS FOLLOWS
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RAIL BOTH DIRECTIONS USUAL 0145 TRIP TO S/BAY WITH TRLS PLUS ADD.
TRIP TOMORROW 1000 CARRYING RAIL  3. HAIDA TSPT TO S/BAY WITH TRLRS
AT 1800 DATE  4.  USUAL S D 2300 TRIP TO NAN WITH RAIL AND TRLRS
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BUT WILL NOT AFFECT SERVICE  CPT TO PROVIDE SUFFICIENT
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 April 8, 1976
Filet T-76-40
Mr. S. Shakil Ahmed
1292 Playford Road
Miesissauga, Ontario
L3J 3V7
Deer Mr. Ahmed:
Thank you tax your letter of March 22, 1976, in which you
enquire aa to the possibility of employment eboard our vessels.
I very much regret to advise you that we do not at the present
time have any openings for engineers end suggest you get in
touch with the Canadian Merehent Service Guild, et 230 Weat
Broadway, Vancouver, B.C. V5Y 1P7, through whom we ere obliged
to hire ell deck and engineer officers.sas>1r will bB necessary
for you te join that organisation before we een employ you, if
and when a position arises.
Sorry I cannot be of more aaelstsnce at thia time, but your
Interest in Canadian Pacific la appreciated.
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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M.W. Holland
Mr. R. Granger
Menager, Benefits
Montreal
Enclosed herewith is proof of sgs for the following new employees:
Robert P. CLAYTON, #364980, S.I.No. 707-300-349
Christine L. RILEY, #494009, S.I.No. 705-614-071
Gordon REID, #403661, S.I.Mo. 701-480-568
James O'REILLY, #494008, S.I.No. 422-161-455
Frank B. SMALL, #370849, S.I.No. 701-440-943
NOTE: Mr. Small ia unable to obtain his Certificate of
Birth from Estonia.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Filet T-73-31-33
Mr. H.J. McCormack
19041 Ingomar Street
Reseda, California 91333
U. 8. A.
Deer Mr. McCormack:
Invoice in the amount of $87.95 for repairs to your beet
damaged ea August 26, 1973, is being processed for payment.
Cheque will reach you ia about three weeks.
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. W.W. Hocking, Vancouver
Kindly arrange payment of attached invoice.
Menegcr, B.C.C.S.S.
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M.W. Holland
Mr. W.D. Barham
Claims Department
CP. Transport
Vancouver
Enclosed ara copies of all correspondence la connection with
I.C.B.C. claim for damage to Tilden station Wagon which occurred
on January 30, 1976, at Vancouver Terminal. The automobile was
ia centres of your hostler Henry SegeIke.
Aa this is clearly your responsibility we will expect to receive
your cheque la settlement after we have provided you with proof
of peyment to I.C.B.C. '
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. A. McDermott, Montreal
Your letter of March 30. Vessel involved was the "Carrier
Princess" but damage occurred on Pier A-2, treiler lot.
Consider it was CP. Transport's responsibility to cell
The Selvage Association but presume they did not.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Filet 1-73-30*23
Farrla, Vaughan, Willa & Murphy
Barristers & Solicitors
P.O. mm* 10026 Pacific Centre
Toronto Dominion Beak Tower
700 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, B.C.
V7Y 1B3
ATTENTION: Mr. Jcmes B. Ramsey
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Dear Sirs:
Your letter of March 30, 1976, file 43*372, In connection with
damage sustained by Johnston Terminals trailer #3984 oa July 10,
1973, at Pier A-3, Vancouver.
Settlement in your client's favour ia tha amount of 9336.75 has
bean approved.
Kindly allow about three week* for voucher to be processed.
Yours truly,
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M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. W.W. Hocking, Vencouver
Kindly arrange peyment, es above.
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M.W. Holland
Mr. W.W. Martin
Vancouver
Re: Oomsn T-30
Damaged on December 12, 1975
"Princess of Vancouver"
Your F.C.D.l of March 30, 1976, file PA 178373 B.
Domen's reference to Improper procedures In loading trailer Is not
understood ee 1 am sure they did not witness the event. We bad no
record of any irregularities in loading on tale occasion.
I suppose that we are forced to consider the Master's original report
which states thet trailer collapsed "due to an eaaterly gale with
heavy following sea and a consequent rolling motion", albeit the
treiler was heavily loaded with cement end all other treilers survived
the ordeal.
Will you kindly arrange for the claim to be settled In the amount of
$884.98, aa it would appear from Doman'a latter of March 20, 1976,
that somewhere along the line our former Manager made a commitment
to pay for the damage, and our previous letter of March 12, accepted
responsibility.
cc:  Mr. A. McDermott, Montreel
Your letter of February 6, 1976.
Menager, B.C.C.S.S.
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W.J.  COMERFORD      PSPS
MONTREAL, QUE.
REFERENCE YOUR TELEX APR 2 ALSO MAR 29 FILE BALL RE S/CR TAKEN BY
SUZUKI FOR DOLLARS 2825.55 TO BE CHARGED FREIGHT RAIL VANCOUVER-ELK FALLS
BCC-35
M.W. HOLLAND
MGR., BCCSS
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W.J. COMERFORD   PSPS
MONTREAL, QUE.
RE YOUR FILE 4AS 11285 LIQUID CARBONIC CANADA LTD MAR 8-14 172.25 MAR 15-21
172.25 MAR 22-31 172.25 APR 1-5 117.50  BCC-34
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V . JONES
COASTAL MARINE OPERATIONS
MONTREAL, QUE.
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R.R. Reid
Mr. B.D. Mergette
Montreal, Que.
Attached pleese find copy of June 24th Situation Report, indicating
action taken.
ASST. MANAGER, B.C.C.S.S.
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Vencouver, B.C.
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M.Wa Holland
Master
"Princess Patricia"
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Marina Superintendent
superin it Enqineer
Ten i tendenf
Deportee; A oi Angfyst
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Por your information, photostat of letter received from
Mr. John S. Holdstook. Administrator of the Queen
Alexandra Hospital for Children, is attached, indicating
his acknowledgment of the amount of $1,615.93, which was
forwarded to him, representing collections made on board
the "Princess Patricia" during the 1975 season.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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"Princess Patricia" J
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P. GEORGES
COASTAL MARINE OPERATIONS
MONTREAL, QUE.
YRS 136 APR 5  CURRENT IN FIGHTING BETWEEN TLR ASSOC MEMBERS
AFFECTING PROGRESS STRIKE NOW AFFECTING 90 TLRA COMPANIES AND
4500 TEAMSTERS OUTLOOK BLEAK AND SITUATION COULD CONTINUE FOR
ANOTHER WEEK TO 10 DAYS TRAILER PRINCESS TIED UP SUFFICIENT
RAIL TRAFFIC TO WARRANT OTHER VESSELS OPERATING AS SCHEDULED
WITH EXCEPTION C P NOT UTILIZED NAN DAY TRIP EX VANC 1000 WILL
CONTINUE OPERATING AT PRESENT BUT CANCELLING ANY TRIPS NOT
REQUIRED AITKEN AND HOCKING WILL PREPARE BY APR 8 ASSESSMENT
OF EFFECT ON P PLAN FOR YOUR USE     BCC-27
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W.W. Hocking
Mr. H.S. Harriman
Montreal, Que.
Rei Truck a Trailer Revenue - B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Your Pile PD-B/5-1.
Allocation of the above revenue to "Trucks ft Trailers"
account for the month of March 1976•
Vancouver-Nanaimo car ferry carried four unaccompanied
autos for a credit of $84 to "Drive-on Autos." Other
Vessels (Vancouver-Nanaimo) carried three unaccompanied
autos for a credit of $63 to "Drive-on Autos."
The balance of the revenue, should be credited under
"Trucks ft Trailers" as followst
Vancouver-Nanaimo Car Ferry 58%
Other Vessels
"Carrier Princess"       9%
"Trailer Princess"        3%
?Seaspan Doris" 25%
"Haida Transporter"       5%        42%
The Swarta Bay route carried 16,unaccompanied autos for a
credit of $416 to "Drive-on Autos."
"Seaspan Doris" also performed the following round trips
on the Vancouver-Kelsey Bay-Elk Falls- Beaver Cove Service -
March 6/7, 13/14, 20/21, 27/28; however, the last trip
was a rail movement only.  Included were 35 unao^it^im&M*
autos for a credit of $3623 to "Drive-on Autos."
Accountant, B.C.C.S.S. /
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 April 5, 1976.
File NO. 77.CHA.529.H.
Mr. Karl C, Gresowski, President
Hawaiian Polynesia Tours
2020 No. Broadway
Santa Ana, California 92706.
Dear Karli
Thank you very kindly for your letter of March 24th,
indicating the interest of a large group in our July
10, 1977 sailing.
While I woulddearly love to be able to accept your
charter, it has been, and remains, the policy of this
Department not to interfere with any of the normal
seasonal sailings, May 31st through September 4th, by
reason of the planning of our wholesale operators in
theiriseasonal series of tours, together with individual
requests we receive during the high Alaska season.
We are always interested in any shoulder period charters,
but sincerely regret we must decline your July 10, 1977,
request for a "Princess Patricia" charter.
Yours very truly,
R.R./REID
Asst.  Manager,  B.C.C.S.
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Internal Correspondence
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Date VANCOUVER, April 5, 1976. File:  T-76-35
From w.W. Hocking
To Mr. H0S0 Harriman
Montreal, Que.
Reference your File AF 700201.
Employment of vessels and car ferry for the month of
March 1976 is as follows:
"Princess of Vancouver"
"Carrier Princess"
"Seaspan Doris"
March 1-31
March 1-6/8-10/12/13/
15-19/22-24
March 1-4/8-12/15/19/
22-31
Total box car carryings on the Vancouver-Nanaimo run
were:
Loads
Empty
Total
"Princess of
Vancouver"
606
394
1000
"Carrier
Princess"
333
207
540
"Seaspan
Doris"
221
159
380
1160
760
1920
Total box car carryings on the Vancouver-Elk Falls (Duncan
Bay) port of Beaver Cove service, were 21 loads and 2 3
empties for a total of 44.
Accountant, B.C.C.S.S,
Form 102-R
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File No. 252
Dundee Centre
2019 Dundee St.
Vencouver, B.C.
Attention: Mra. E. Hansen
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Gentlemen:
In reference to our telephone conversation, would you pleaee
accept the following B.C.C.S.S. employees aa applicants for
the flreflghting course scheduled to commence at the Dundas
Centre, Monday, April 19th at 0830:
E. Rude        Chief Steward        "Princess Patricia"
G.H. Burchill   Purser "     "
G. Whitehurst   Chief Officer        "Princess of Vencouver"
T. Nakatsu     2nd Engineer "     "
Course costs are to be borne by B.C.C.S.S., and I would appreciate your invoicing this office direct.
Yours very truly,
A.N. CAIRNS
Marine Superintendent, B.C.C.S.S.
ANC'BB
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G. p.  Burchill
GG Whitehurst
T. Nakatsu
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Mayor Walter Aasef
City Ball
Thunder flay* Ontario*
Your Worship«
We have hid the pleasure of receiving * telephone
call frost June Curtis concerning the possibility of
Mm. Aasef and yourself taking the "Princess Patricia
cruise to Alaska and return this costing June.
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are pleased to enclose our descriptive brochure* which
contains both tha cruise fares and floor plans respecting ear "Princess Patricia •*
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All superior (1) category stateroom are under deposit
on this sailing* but we can offer for choice under tha
(h) category (yellow colour)* Cabin 215 or 219* both
of Which ara located on the Upper Deck, the former
having a double bed* with lower and tipper berth* and
the latter having two lowers and two uppers* both with
shower and toilet facilities • In either instance the
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Tha applicable rata on the June 24th sailing for either
cabin ia a total of $1837.00* which fare includes your
passage and all steals*    The only additional charges
would be gratuities for your Boom steward* Dining Room
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Shore excursions are available at additional coat
at Ketchikan* Skagway* Juneau* Prince Rupert and
Alert Bay* and are operated by independent transportation companies, of particular interest to you may be
the White fats & Yukon Railway side trip from Skagway
to take Bennett and return* which still givee you ample
time for shopping in Skagway* with return of the train
at approximately 3100 p.m. that day.
Xa addition to the brochure aforementioned* we are
enclosing the Daily Cruise Bulletin* indicating daily
events* points of interest* and the majority of the
questions asked by our cruise passengers pertaining to
the cruise.
Zt will be appreciated of you will advise your pleasure
with regard to the offer made* hy return mail* or within
14 days* and a deposit of $80.00 is requested as confirmation of accommodation. Final payment will be required hy May 14th.
While the offer made ia for superior accoaaBodation available* there are rooms available at lesser price, should
you be interested in any other location on board ship.
If we can be of any further service to you in thia connection* please feel free to phone collect to me* Area
Code 604* 665-2502.
Yours very truly*
R.R.  RSXD
Asst. Manager,  B.C.C.S.3.
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cc. Ms. June Curtis
1071 Robson St.
Vancouver* B.C.
Thank you for your telephone call in connection with
Mr. and Mrs. Assef's request.    X understand* in speaking with our Reservation Desk* that at the time of
your initial call Z was attending a Manager's meeting.
Asst. Manager* B.c.c.s.s
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File: T-76-40
Mr. Isagani I. Velmonte, Jr.
M/S Asie Honesty
Fuji Shipping Management Co.
Mori Bldg. Mo. 18
Mo. 20 Akefune-cho, Shiba Nishikubo
Minato-ku
Tokyo, J&tAN
Dear Mr. Velmonte:
Thank you for your letter of March 14, 1976, in which you
express intereet in working on this Company's vessels.
I very much regret to edvlse you that we do not at the present
time heve any openings for engineers end suggest you get in
touch with the Canadian Merchant Service Guild at 230 West
Broadway, Vancouver, B.C. V5Y 1F7, who no doubt will be able
to advise you of the equivalent value of your ticket in Canada
end will give you any Information as to employment on the West
Coast. It should be noted that it will be necessary for you to
join thet organisation before we can employ you, If and when a
position arises*
If you are successful in
getting
to Vencouver,
please
do not
hesltete to cell in to this office and
we
will
discuss
the matter
further.
Youre truly,       •>
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I. KING
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Superintendent Engineer
b.C.C.S.S.
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File: T-76-40
Ms* Marilyn Myers
537 Alder Avenue
Sherwood Perk, Alberta
Deer Ms* Myers:
Thank you for your application concerning employment with
this Company.
We occasionally have vacancies for Coffee Room Assistents
on our ferry the "Princess of Vencouver" but the way it looks
at present we have sufficient people laid off from lest summer
to fill ell the vacancies that will occur when our busy season
opens up around Easter.
Sorry I cannot be of more assistance at this time, but your
Interest in Canadian Pacific ia appreciated*
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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April 5, 1976
File: T-76-40
Me* Cindy Joyee
537 Alder Avenue
Sherwood Perk, Alberta
Deer Ms. Joyee:
Thank you for your application concerning employment with
this Company.
We occasionally heve veeanciee for Coffee Room Assistants
on our ferry the "Princess of Vencouver" but the way it looka
at present we heve sufficient people laid off from last summer
to fill all the vacancies that will occur when our busy seeeon
opens up around Kaster.
Sorry 1 cannot be of more assistance et this time, but your
Interest in Canadian Pacific is appreciated.
Youra truly.
\
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M.W. HOLLAND
Menager
B.C.C.S.S*
HLH/JB
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File: T-76-40
Me. Frencee Trefry
280 Willeeley Street, S.
Apt* #2008
Toronto, Onterio
Deer Ms* Trefry:
i
As requested in your letter of recent dete I ea enclosing
an Application for Employment*
Please complete both sides of the application end return
to thia office*
Youre truly,
H.L. HUDSON
Office Menager
B.C.C.S.S.
JB
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File: 493975
Mr* John K* Sherpe
4650 Bellevue Drive
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Mr* Sherpe:
Re: Application for Refund of Company
Pension Contributions (Form P.F.35)
We heve been edvised by the Manager of Benefits, in Montreal,
that at no time were deductions made for Company pension while
In our employ; therefore, no refund le due you.
We ere enclosing subsistence cheque #0065-163.
Youre truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
JB
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 VANCOUVER, April 5, 1976
M.W. Holland
Mr* W.R* Jones
General Paymaster
Montreal
Returned herewith two (2) cheques #0046*740 and #C045-548 in favour
of E.W. PECK, #484443.
Pleese update cheques and return to this office*
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
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M.W. Holland
Me* Moreen Cartwright
Administrative Assistant
Montreal
File: 305
Will you kindly forward B.C. Coaet Service business report for 1975,
which is required to complete our Annuel Information Booklet.
Understand this is being prepared by Mr* V* Jones*
Manager, B.C.C.S.S*
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 April 5, 1976
File: 405
Lloyd's Register of Shipping
219 Merino Building
Vencouver, B.C.
V6C 2P8
Dear Sire:
Returned herewith for cancellation is outdated Loed Line
Certificate for "Princess of Vancouver."
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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M.W. Holland
Mr* A* McDermott
Montree1
Reference your letter of March 30, 1976, regarding incident aboard
the "Prineees of Vancouver" on Merch 23, 1976, resulting in damage
to CP. Transport trailer loeded with beer end. Nabob trailer No* 4006R*
This is to edvise thet the Salvage Association were notified*
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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April 5, 1976
File: T-76-30-3
Doman's Transport Ltd.
3rd Floor
435 Trunk Road
Duncan, B.C.
V9L 2P8
Deer Sire:
Re: Stenderd Oil #8065
Reference your note of March 30, enclosed herewith is copy
of e letter received from your Branch Office*
Please advise*
Yours truly,
*
M.W. HOLLAND
Manager
B.C.C.S.S.
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M,W, Holland ^
Mr. N«D. Mulllas, Q.C.
Law Department
Vancouver
I am enclosing a letter deted March 31, and attachments, from
Boyle & Company and would appreciate your handling.
Mr. Ruffell died on January 1, 1976, and you already have a file
going on this matter.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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 VANCOUVER^ April 5, 1976 File:  340
M.W. Holland
Mr. W.P. Cotnera
Manager
Disbursement Accounting
Montreel
Your Circular of November 10, 1975, file D3-91783, end our reply
of November 25, on the subject of approving vouchers for the
issuance of Company cheques.
Due to the retirement of Mr. J. Yates, Manager, B.C.C.S.S*, effective
April 1, 1976, will you kindly delete h|s name from thoee authorised
to approve vouchers, end substitute the neme of the writer*
Samples of my signature are attached.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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 TELEX VANCOUVER, APRIL 5/76
P. GEORGES
COASTAL MARINE OPERATIONS
MONTREAL, QUE.
T&T VOLUMES PERIOD MAR 22-31 AS FOLLOWS ACT/76 1735 ACT/75 1783 DEC 48
OR -2.7 P.C. INC YTD 10.6 P.C. REASON MIN EFFECT ON VOL OF STRIKE IS
CPT AND OTHER NON-TEAMSTER CARRYING ADD. TRAFFIC ALSO EASTER WEEKEND
LAST YEAR BEARING MINIMAL TRAFFIC. 3EP0RT IN MAIL TODAY  BCC-30
M.W. HOLLAND
MANAGER, BCCSS
MWH'BB
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 VANCOUVER, April 5, ]976. File:  7g-52i-W.
R..R. Reid
Mr. W.D. Wilke
Vancouver, B.C.
Attention: Mra. A. ForemanI
Attached please find auto confirmation as requested.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
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 TELEX VANCOUVER, APRIL 5/76
File:  609
B.D. MARGETTS
MONTREAL, QUE.
NEVI VOY 76^feS> CANCELLED A/C TEAMSTERS STRIKE AND RAIL TO DUNCAN
BAY NOT URGENT      BCC-28
M.W. HOLLAND
MANAGER, BCCSS
CAA'SSB
J
 TELEX VANCOUVERe   B.C'C, APRIL 2/76
■"•'".      • .j
P. GEORGES
COASTAL MARINE  OPERATIONS
MONTREAL,   QUE. J
y : •    ■ -        H r v
1.   SLIP A-l NOW BACK IN OPERATION 2.   SLIP A-.3  TO  BE  CLOSED
FOR  MNTCE AT  0800  APR   3.        PSGR AND AUTO SERVICE WILL  BE  SUSPENDED
FOLLOWING   0400   SAILING FROM VANC APR   3  AND WILL RESUME WITH 1200
SAILING FROM VANC APR  5.        3.   SAT NEVI TRIP FOR  S  D CANCELLED
WILL RUN VANC-NAN  INSTEAD RELIEVE RAIL CONGESTION        4.   VOLUMES
REMAINING CONSTANT   CONSIDERING   STRIKE  CONDITIONS        5.   SPOKE TO
BDM RE  LANYI REPORT  AND HE  SUGGESTS  NO FURTHER DEFENCE  OF   REPORT
AT THIS  TIME  LANYI   SHOULD   BE  ADVISED  WE HAVE' NO>URTHER  COMMEMS
i
AT  THIS  TIME  AND  REPORT   SHOULD  BE   SUBMITTED   IN  ACCORD  MARGETTS/
MORRISH LETTER REQUESTING REVIEW     6.   FROM RELIABLE   SOURCES WE
ARE  ADVISED NO NEGOTIATIONS  BETWEEN TEAMSTERS  AND  EMPLOYERS
TAKING'PLACE     EMPLOYERS  MEETING THIS  AM BUT  LITTLE DEVELOPMENT
EXPECTED  OVER  WEEKEND..     TRAFFIC   BACKLOG  DEVELOPING  OUR   INFORMANT
WILL KEEP  US  ADVISED OF   SITUATION BCC-26       \ ^
M.W. HOLLAND .
MANAGER, BCCSS
MWH'BB
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TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., APRIL 2/76
P. GEORGES
COASTAL MARINE OPERATIONS
MONTREAL, QUE.      /
1. SLIP A-l NOW BACK IN OPERATION    2. SLIP A-3 TO BE CLOSED
FOR MNTCE AT 0800 APR 3.   PSGR AND AUTO SERVICE WILL BE SUSPENDED
FOLLOWING 0400 SAILING FROM VANC APR 3 AND WILL RESUME WITH 1200
SAILING FROM VANC APR 5.   3. SAT NEVI TRIP FOR S D CANCELLED
WILL RUN VANC-NAN INSTEAD RELIEVE RAIL CONGESTION   4. VOLUMES
REMAINING CONSTANT CONSIDERING STRIKE CONDITIONS   5. SPOKE TO
BDM RE LANYI REPORT AND HE SUGGESTS NO FURTHER DEFENCE OF REPORT
AT THIS TIME LANYI SHOULD BE ADVISED WE HAVE NO FURTHER COMMENTS
AT THIS TIME AND REPORT SHOULD BE SUBMITTED IN ACCORD MARGETTS/
MORRISH LETTER REQUESTING REVIEW 6. FROM RELIABLE SOURCES WE
ARE ADVISED NO NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN TEAMSTERS AND EMPLOYERS
TAKING PLACE  EMPLOYERS MEETING THIS A M BUT LITTLE DEVELOPMENT
EXPECTED OVER WEEKEND.  TRAFFIC BACKLOG DEVELOPING OUR INFORMANT
WILL KEEP US  ADVISED OF   SITUATION BCC-26 ^
M.W. HOLLAND  .
MANAGER, BCCSS
MWH'BB
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TELEX
P. GEORGES
COASTAL MARINE OPERATIONS
MONTREAL, QUE.
1.  SLIP A-l NOW BACK IN
FOR MNTCE AT 0800 APR 3.       jP<teR;AND AUTO SERVICE WgjL
 IQjLlMlEft MP PASSE9JL0NS
Mon^^gi^V^lics^B .C.,
AsstJ^arnii^TB.C.C.S.S.
Super f.'Tfc-cfmT
\ZQiC~i-yyy Supsnnfgncfsnf
Termnrnt Strzcriniendent
g?g;s ;'gf. ^-SEipf a-3 .to be
Off'Ae MonacKJr
ENDED
FOLLOWING 0400 SAILING FROM VANC AFR 3 AND WILL RESUME WITH 1200
SAILING FROM VANC AER 5.   3. SAT NEVI TRIP FOR S D CANCELLED
WILL RUN VANC-NAN INSTEAD RELIEVE RAIL CONGESTION  4. VOLUMES
REMAINING CONSTANT CONSIDERING STRIKE CONDITIONS   5. SPOKE TO
BDM RE LANYI REPORT AND HE SUGGESTS NO FURTHER DEFENCE OF REPORT
AT THIS TIME LANYI SHOULD BE ADVISED WE HAVF NO FURTHER COMMENTS
AT THIS TIME AND REPORT SHOULD BE SUBMITTED IN ACCORD MARGETTS/
• MORRISH LETTER REQUESTING REVIEW 6. FROM RELIABLE SOURCES WE
ARE ADVISED NO NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN TEAMSTERS AND EMPLOYERS
TAKING PLACE EMPLOYERS MEETING THIS A M BUT LITTLE DEVELOPMENT
EXPECTED OVER WEEKEND.  TRAFFIC BACKLOG DEVELOPING OUR INFORMANT
WILL KEEP US ADVISED OF SITUATION
M.W. HOLLAND
MANAGER, BCCSS
BCC-26
MWH'BB
 Cf     TELEX VANCOUVER,B.C.,  APRIL 2/76
B.D* MARGETTS
MONTREAL,   QUE.
MAR 29/76 A 24/3.9 C 464A.9 E 129/.8 F 87/5.4 G 54/4.5 J  .7 K 17.2
L CREDIT  1.0
MAR 30/76 A 46/7.4 C 349/1.4 E 107/.6 F103/6.4 G 97/8.1 J .4
K 24.3 L CREDIT 1.0
MAR 31/76 A 42/6.8 C 417/1.6 E 86/.5 F 98/6.1 G 106/8.8 J .4
K 24.2 L CREDIT   1.0
BCC-26
R.R. REID
ASST. MANAGER,  BCCSS
WWH'BB
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 April 2* 1976.
File No. T-76-24
Mr. E.G. Balderson
General Manager
Enures s Hotel
Victoria* B.C.
Dear sin
This will confirm telephone conversation with your
Reservation Dept. this morning, that you have reserved superior twin-bedded room, similar to 234*
for Mr* Sterling Beek* Special Representative* B.C.
Coast Steamship Service, Vancouver, and Mrs. Beek*
Ite*. audi Mrs* Beek will arrive noon Wednesday, April
7th and depart Saturday, April 10th*
St is understood you will accord Mr. Beek the usual
employee reduction*
Many thanks.
Yours ve*y truly*
R.R. RBXD
Asst. Manager* B.C.C.S.S.
BB
 VANCOUVER, B.C.
March 1, 1976.
A reception is planned for Wednesday, March 31, 1976, to
mark the occasion of the retirement of Mr. James (Jim)
Yates, Manager, B.C.C.S.S., after 40 years' service.
Time:    5-7 p.m.
Place:   Pier "C" Waiting Room.
Cost:    $7.00, including refreshments and
gift.
(If you are unable to attend but
wish to contribute towards a gift,
please forward $2.00.)
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rwaft. Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
Kindly complete stub and return by Wednesday, March 24th,
to: Miss Beverley Bussell, Office of Manager, B.C.C.S.S.,
Pier "B", Ft. of Burrard St., Vancouver, B.C.  V6C 2R3
I will attend and have enclosed
$7.00.
I am unable to attend but have
enclosed $2.00 for a gift.
Name
 VANCOUVER, April 2, 1976 . File: X-75-8-5
'AArl„  Holland
Mr-* A-, McDermott
Montreal
Your letter of March 26, concerning our telex of Merch 25, in
connection with possible damage to the "Princess of Vencouver'1
es e result of touching shoulder of sand bank on March 25, 1975*
(^"0     Tentative date of withdrawing starboard propeller shaft would now
A^J>m J4fiuary*_197J_u> Complete inspection would then be carried out
es to ecceptance by C.S.I, and Lloyds.
6
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Manager, B.CCS.S.
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M.W. Holland
Mr. W.W* Martin
Vancouver
File: T-76-31-3
Your letter of March 31, 1976, file PA 181536-A, to the Insurance
Corporetlon of British Columbia, copy to thia office with footnote
advising that we collect from CP. Transport.
In order thet we may press our claim with CP* Transport, kindly
let me heve proof of peyment to l.C.B.C. in the form of copy of
voucher, etc*
Manager, B.CCS.S*
HLH/jb
 VANCOUVER, April 2, 1976
M.W, Holland
File: AGR.3.BRACS.SEN.
Chief Steward
Master
PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER
PRINCESS PATRICIA
CARRIER PRINCESS
Enclosed herewith ere copies of the following Seniority Llets:
Galley Staff
Uncertificated Male Ratings in the
Catering Department
Feaele Employees in the Catering
Department
Kindly display for a period of 90 days from date of receipt and
advise me if anybody conteets their position on the Seniority List,
Menager, B.CCS.S*
cc: Mr. J.A* Foster, c/o Chief Steward, PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER
Enclosed are copies of Seniority Lists.
HLH/jb
 VANCOUVER, April 2,  1976 File:    564
JioW, Holland
Maater
"Princess Patricia"
Upon resumption this yeer by your vessel, of international service,
attention ia again directed to the B.CCS.S* Operating Rules and
Regulations, Item No* 4-4-1, which outlinee the reguletions with
regard to crew members bringing merchandise into Canada from a
foreign port, or taking merchandise eehore in e U.S. port*
You ere reminded of your personal responsibility under both the
Canadian and U.S. Customs regulations, and to the fact that you ere
held personally liable to fine in the event that these reguletions
ere disregarded by any member of the ship's crew* Please, therefore,
errange that each end every member of your ship's crew is informed
of the regulations and that circulars explaining the requirements
end penalties involved for infractions are at ell times posted on
bulletin boarde in the crew accommodation.
Partieular attention should be directed to ensuring that any new
crew members ere mode ewere of theae regulations end liabilities*
Menager, B.CCS.S.
HLH/jb
  VANCOUVER, April 2, 1976 File: 564
M.W. Holland
Maater
Chief Engineer
Purser '.•»'•
Chief Stewerd
"Princess Patricia"
Arrangements have ageln been made to have Canadian cigarettea
stocked in the News Stand of your vessel,in bond*
Reguletions will not permit eny crew member having in his possession
et eny one time, more then 200 cigarettea, whether Canadian or
American, and then they ere only to be for their own pereonal use*
The totel cigarettes of Canadian or American bonded stock allowed
crew members for their own use during any month is not to exceed
750 clgerettes per person*
For your lnforaetion, the Canadian cigarettes out of the bonded
etock will be eold to crew members st current duty-free prices*
It is extremely important thet this privilege is not abused, otherwise the arrangement will be cancelled*
Menager, B.CCS.S*
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H.W* Holland
Mr. W.R* Jonea
General Paymaster
Montreal
Reference our letter of March>31, 1976, with which we returned
cheque #A325-836 in fevour of 6. WALKER, #456754.
Mr. Walker hes today contected this office, therefore, will
eppreciate cheque being returned*
Manager, B.CCS.S.
JB
 VANCOUVER, April 2, 1976 File: 560
M.W. Holland
Mr.,K.I. Williama
Purchasing Agent
Vencouver
Will you kindly prepare a eeles order to cover the eale of one
television set to Mr. I. King, Superintendent Engineer, at a
price of $20.00.
This item, ex "Carrier Princess", la in poor condition and not
eeonomlcel to repair.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
HLH/jb
 VANCOUVER, April 2, 1976 File: 462389
F.W* Atkinson
Mr* R.A* Lehman
c/o Chief Stewerd
PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER
This will acknowledge receipt of your application for a Second
Stewerd'e postion.
We do not have en opening at the present time but in view of your
excellent services to dote, serious consideration will be given
your application should an opening occur in the neer future*
Catering Superintendent
B.C.C.S.S.
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F.W. Atkinaon
Chief Stewerd
PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER
Please dlspley the etteched Notice for ell Stewerd's Deportment
Personnel*
Catering Superintendent
B.CCS.S.
HLH/jb
 VANCOUVER, April 2, 1976 File: 494006
M.W. Hoilend
2nd Officer
PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER
Re: Shewn P. MURPHY. Able Seaman
Montreal Office hes advised that Mr. Murphy*a Social insurance
number recorded es 714-299-588 is incorrect*
Please adviae Mr. Murphy's correct Social Insurance number cs
soon as possible.
/
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
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VANCOUVER, April 1, 197*
M.W. Holland
Mr. J.H* Susuki, Vencouver
Mv* I* Robinson, Vancouver
Puree*, "Princess of Vancouver
Mies B.C. Thorn
TO BE INITIALLED AND PASSED Affl
Manager, B.CCS.S.
Asst. Manager, B.CCS.S.
Marine* Superintendent
at
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Suos.'A it Encilncsr
PileT jt-7e-l^
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Effective immediately United States funds te be accepted at
31 discount.
Sterling travellers cheque* ara te be accepted at #1.82 to the
pound. De net accept sterling travellers cheques negotiable only
ia sterling area.
Menager, B.CCS.S.
JB
 VANCOUVER, April 1, 1976 File: 503
M.W. Holland
Mr* B.D* Mergetts
Montreal
Re: ».C,C.ff*8. Tfijff PAgggg
Reference your file 103-33, enclosed herewith are third copies
of all trip passes issued for the period January to March, 1976*
Manager, B.CCS.S.
JB
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April 1, 1976
File: AGR.5.CLC.VAN.SEN.
Mr* R* Lubojecky
Secretary
Vancouver C.P.R. Shipyard
Workers' Union
Local 1552
3062 East 28th Avenue
Vancouver, B.C.
Deer Sir:
Please find attached six copies of seniority roster for
employees rcpreeented by your orgeniaatlon of the B.C.
Coast Steamship Service Shops, Vancouver Wharf.
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
BeCeCeSeSe       A
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cc: Mr. H. Olsen, Vencouver
Copy of seniority roster is etteched for your information.
Maneger, B.CCS.S.
HLH/jb
 April 1, 1976
File: AGR.3.BRACS.SEN.
Mr. R. Welch
Genere1 Chairman
Brotherhood of Reilwey, Airline
& Steeaehip Clerks, etc.
401 Dominion Benk Building
207 West Hastings Street
Vencouver 3, B.C.
Deer Mr* Welch:
With reference to seniority roetere for the various
employees of the B.C. Coast Steamship Service repreeented
by your organization.
Pleeee find attached two copies of the following seniority
lists:
Gelley Steff
Uneertlfieeted Mele RetInge in the
Catering Deportment
Female Employees in the Catering
Deportment
Yours truly,
M.W. HOLLAND
Menager
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/JB
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., APRIL 1/76
File:  T-76-150
J.D.  MASON
MONTREAL! QUE.
PLEASE ARRANGE CASH ADVANCE  100.00 FAVOUR  J D FINNIE  SALES
REPRESENTATIVE BCCSS TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR BCC-25
■wmmitii
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M.W. HOLLAND
MANAGER, BCCSS
BB

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