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January 30, 1976.
File No. 76.ALA.055.GEN.
Mr. Jim Worrell
Director of sales & Marketing
CP Hotels
Avenida Schiller 410
Mexico 5, D.F*
Dear Mr. Worrelli
Thanks kindly for your letter of January 14th.
Under separate cover ies are forwarding you a
email supply of 1976 Alaska brochure,? and will
see that Mr. Albert Kraan receives a supply as
veil*
Will arrange for a larger supply to be forwarded
as soon as possible*
Yours very truly,
R.R* REID
Asst. Manager,
RRR'BB
B.C.C.S . S .
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
TO ALL SHIPS' OFFICERS AND SUPERVISORS:
Circular NO* T4-.A Files:  13996
&  4658
It is a Jompany requirement that all Supervisors and
Officers undergo an annual medical examination by one
of the approved Doctors listed on the attached. This
examination to take place annually in the month of the
anniversary of date of birth. No reminder of this
requirement will be forthcoming from this office, but
it is the duty of each of you to arrange for this annual
medical examination.
Please be guided accordingly.
H.L. Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
Vancouver, B. C.
March 1, 1974
 I
January 30, 1976.
File No.  76.ALA.521.W.GE1*.
Mr. J. Gordon Guiton, President
Wayfarer Group Travel, Inc.
2200 Victory Pkvy.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206.
Dear Gordoni
Thanks for your letter of January 26th, and under
separate cover we are forwarding 1,000 "Princess
Patricia" baggage tags, and later will send you the
Daily Embarkation Bulletins, which we have combined
with our Embarkation and General Information pamphlet,
placing same in passengers* hands prior to arrival
In Vancouver, for the information it contains.
We are very optimistic at this point concerning 1976
Alaska, and sure hope everything holds together.
Last year, surprisingly enough, waa a fairly good
year, notwithstanding a few light sailings, but with
so many ships caning into the Alaska picture we consider that last year's operation was a success.
There will be a few occasions in Vancouver when we
will have three passenger cruise ships at Pier B-C,
and Customs are being quite adamant concerning baggage
examination and their handling of the ships. Don't
think there will be any problem, but there may be
two occasions when the "Patricia" will have to come
In half an hour earlier. This is still all in the
talking stage, and should any of your tours be affected,
will certainly let Gray Lines know for earlier pickup.
Best regards.
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 \
C ^ « A D I A ?  PACIFIC  LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
TO AIL SHIPS* OFFICERS AND SUPERVISORSs
Circular No. 74-1 Files;  13996
& 4653
It is a company requirement that all Supervisors and
Officers undergo an annual medical examination by one
of the approved Doctors listed on the attached. This
examination to take place annually in the month of the
anniversary of date of birth. No reminder of this
requirement will be forthcoming from this office, but
it is the duty of each of you to arrange for this annual
medical examination.
Please be guided accordingly.
H.L. Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
Vancouver, B. C.
March 1, 1974
 January 30f 1976,
File No. 76.AI.A.521.R,
■.I
Mrs•"Frances B. Rennie
R & H Travel Assistants Ltd.
4439 West IOth Ave.
Vancouver,  B.C.
V6R 2H8
.Dear Frances-s
Thank you very much for your letter of January 28th.
I certainly recall your association with Royal Mail
Lines, also our infrequent association with respect
r,tp JSL ■,&• JB' Tfcavel' Ass istants Ltd.
.,- .'')S*e ,"woUfld;.;be;:"ve'ry' happy to.''have yo^-and your husband ;
travel on the "Princesfe Patricia"; to Skagway this
coping year.    Our arrangements  for Travel Agents are
slightly different to other..lines.-*   inthat we do not
have a specific Travel Agency discount,  but do have
y.X(idma\ flexibility of 'according courtesy; passage to a. .
'" ciifrtain number of Travel Agents throughout the season;
in other words* we would be ple&sed if you and your
husband would come along as our guests on thfc sailing
of your «3tOlce* subject to availability of space.
Would like to hear from you concerning sailing you
.-prefer* -and:the type of accommodation you would like
,ru,.to• oiMs-tpy* _"''.m will do our utmost then to accommodate
you  in that type of space, or in a higher category.
The only expense yew would -have<.mn route would be
shipboard gratuities, bar bills, end somci shore ax-
/-Acuraidas.-;:'"'we would request our Purser to arrange
complimentary sightseeing where possible, but dependent
upon \<kiite Pass and Yukon's policy this year, we might
not be able to arrange for the Lake Bennett side trip.
In any event, we will try to cover that as well,  if
at all possible.
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, April 5, 1974 Files:  11902 &
4658
CIRCULAR #74-4
TO ALL SHIPS' OFFICERS, SHOPS - VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
Mr. R.M. Stokes - Mr. E. Robinson - Mr. C. Aitken
The B.C. Workmen's Compensation Board advise that delays in the
processing of compensable claims are occurring partly because
of the late filing of injury report forms from some employers
and point out that attention has been drawn to this situation
in the past. The Board also points out that Section 51 of the
Workmen's Compensation Act states, "An employer shall report
to the Board within three days of its occurrence every injury
to a workman that arose out of or is claimed to have arisen
out of and in the course of employment. Failure to comply is
an offence." and then goes on to say:
"A main purpose of the Act is the provision of income continuity
for those injured in the course of employment. This purpose is
frustrated if someone who is eligible for compensation suffers
an interruption of income, sometimes for several weeks, because
his employer has not sent the accident report to the Board.
"To the risk of financial hardship there is added the anxiety
about the payment of the claim, and the possibility of psychological harm resulting from delay in the attendance of a
rehabilitation consultant.
"In these circumstances, a failure to prosecute could be considered a dereliction of duty, and the Board feels bound to issue this
warning that where violations occur in the requirement of the
Act relating to the reporting of injuries, a prosecution may be
commenced."
IN ALL CASES WITHOUT EXCEPTION, FORM B.C.C.S.-8 SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING "INJURY TO ...A WORKMAN THAT AROSE OUT OF OR IS CLAIMED TO HAVE ARISEN OUT OF AND IN
TT3 CCtmSS OF EMPLOYMENT".
E.L, Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
 Please let us know, and to assist you in the event
our mailout to R & H went astray, as it appears some did
this year, we are enclosing a few copies of the 1976
brochure.' '"
Yours very truly.
R.R.  REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
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 CANADIAN     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, April 5, 1974 Files:  11902 &
4658
CIRCULAR #74-4
TO ALL SHIPS' OFFICERS, SHOPS - VICTORIA &  VANCOUVER
Mr. R.M. Stokes - Mr. E. Robinson - Mr. C. Aitken
The B.C. Workmen's Compensation Board advise that delays in the
processing of compensable claims are occurring partly because
of the late filing of injury report forms from some employers
and point out that attention has been drawn to this situation
in the past. The Board also points out that Section 51 of the
Workmen's Compensation Act states, "An employer shall report
to the Board within three days of its occurrence every injury
to a workman that arose out of or is claimed to have arisen
out of and in the course of employment. Failure to comply is
an offence." and then goes on to say:
"A main purpose of the Act is the provision of income continuity
for those injured in the course of employment. This purpose is
frustrated if someone who is eligible for compensation suffers
an interruption of income, sometimes for several weeks, because
his employer has not sent the accident report to the Board.
"To the risk of financial hardship there is added the anxiety
about the payment of the claim, and the possibility of psychological harm resulting from delay in the attendance of a
rehabilitation consultant.
"In these circumstances, a failure to prosecute could be considered a dereliction of duty, and the Board feels bound to issue this
warning that where violations occur in the requirement of the
Act relating to the reporting of injuries, a prosecution may be
commenced."
IN ALL CASES WITHOUT EXCEPTION, FORM B.C.C.S.-8 SHOULD BE FOR-
mRDED TO THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING "INJURY TO ...A WORKMAN THAT AROSE OUT OF OR IS CLAIMED TO HAVE ARISEN OUT OF AND IN
T7"Z  0CTZH91S OF EMPLOYMENT".
H.L. Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
 VA1K»U¥£», January St, i*7* *Ucj 1-76*3$
J. Yates
bx* J.S. &*sufcl9 VeeM&eever
m* aa Aocinson, ftanaiae
Purser, "ftrioeees of yeneoaver**
MiSS B.C. Thoe
fleece epply following rates effective February 1, 197*, until
farther advised;
U*§*  tunes at f»reaita* ee internetionei end foreign freight traffic
covered by €14 tariff liG
Hxehange   1/S per cent
Surc&arge  Jill
Discount   iil
.'' w ......
Canadian funds ct'C'diacoimt'en inter actional aetsenger traffic
cevere4 by rere Advice 11*1 .
_  V*
Swretiarge       nil 	
Menager, &.C.C.&.6.
JB
 CPRail
H L Thompson Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
Manager
Marine Operations
DATE:
FILE:    1975.ALA.521.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear ojjs-at  ~
Thank you for your remittance in amount
Deposit Receipt Form BCS 17 No. has b«*n issued
and will be retained on our file covering deposit on "PRINCESS PATRICIA!]
sailing 8:30 PM (Local Time) ''  »
(Dat«) (Room)
FINAL BALANCE  will be required 6 weeks prior
to sailing date.
l<
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
 VA8C0UVSR, January 30, 1976
J. fates
Hester
K18C-SS OF VANCOUVER
file;    22ft
Please fii>d enclosed herewith,  19Z*_leveting Device Liccaces
issued by the Provincial Government;
Ho, 4469 • 1 covering the Messenger Elevator, and
Ho* 4470 - 2covering tea Ouab Waiter installed on your vessel.
These arc te he fasted in the machine rooa of the elevating device
mx adjacent thereto, ^-Jfeaiss i&ieh have be«» presided fot that
purpose. -       - ■':A'-v,-A-'
Please arrange accordingly, acknowledging receipt ea the attached
copy of tai* letter.
Manager,.B.C.C.S.S.
ACKNOWLEDGED
•. •>
Signature
Date
HLH/jb
 H L Thompson
Manager
Marine Operations
CPRail
Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
B
DATE:
FILE:    1975.ALA.521.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear .xjfss -
Thank you for your remittance in amount _
Deposit Receipt Form BCS 17 No. has be*wn issued
and will be retained on our file covering deposit on "PRINCESS' PATRICIA'!
sailing 8:30 PM (Local Time)       ■ |.
(Room)
(Dat*)
FINAL BALANCE 	
to sailing date.
will be required 6 weeks prior
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
 r
VANCOUVER, January 30, 1976 Piles 22*
4, Yates
Master
PE1NCESS PATRICIA
Please find enclosed herewith, 1976 Elevating Device Licences
issued by the Provincial Governmentj
No* 4315 - 1 covering the Passenger Elevator,
No* 4316 - 2 covering the Freight Elevator, and
No. 4317 - 3 covering the Dueb Walter iaatailed on your vessel.
these are to be posted in the Machine room of the elevating device
or adjacent thereto, in frames which have clrecdy been provided for
that purpoae.
Please arrange accordingly, acknowledging receipt on the attached
copy of this letter.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
HLH/jb -■-'■
ACKNOWLEDGED
Signature Date
 H L Thompson Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
Manager
Marine Operations
DATE:
FILE: 1975.ALA.521*
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear o_rs: -
Thank you for your remittance in amount
Deposit Receipt Form BCS 17 No. has b«**n issued--
and will be retained on our file covering deposit on "PRINCESS PATRICIA!!
sailing 8:30 PM (Local Time)   '' *" *
(Dat») (Room)
FINAL BALANCE  will be required 6 weeks prior
to sailing date.
B
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
 VANCOUVER, January 30, 1976 File: 226
8a Yates
NASTES     —     PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER
CARRIER PRINCESS
TRAILER PRINCESS
Mat   Vancouver Marine Centre—Certificate
Kindly ensure that copies ef the attached notice arc distributed
to personnel under your jurisdiction, or displayed on the vessels*
notice boards.
Manager, g,CC»S.S*
HLH/jb
 CPRail
H L Thompson Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
Manager
Marine Operations
DATE:
FILE: 1975.ALA.521.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear .>^rgs -
Thank you for your remittance in amount
Deposit Receipt Form BCS 17 No. has b»*n issued;
and will be retained on our file covering deposit on "PRINCESS PATRICIA!!
sailing 8:30 PM (Local Time) __-—, r_T 2L»
(Dat*) (Room)
FINAL BALANCE  will be required 6 weeks prior
to sailing date. \
B
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services,
 January 30, 1976
File: 1-73-32-13
Roblnhood Seles & Service lac*
2714 Sooke K©ad
victoria, B.C.
mmim h*» a_ mvm
Dear Sirs:
Further to my letter of January 2, le reply to yours of
December 3, 197S, concerning damage to mobile hoses.
heve new checked our records and the waybill for transporting
unit #1136. There is nothing shown concerning damage to this
unit. _ ..--•' ■"*'
Under the circumstances sad injrlev of the very goodrelationship
we enjoy with your Company*. I am arranging to have voucher made
up In the amount of. $46.00 in your favour, this should*reach
you in about four weeks. Trust this will be satisfactory.
Yours truly,
J, YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S. i
cc: Mr* W.W. Hocking, Vencouver
Kindly arrange per last paragraph.
Manager,' B.CCS.S*
HLH/jb
 H L Thompson
Manager
Marine Operations
Marine Department- Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C2R3
_4
DATE:
FILE:    1975.ALA.521.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear ,>_rs: -
Thank you for your remittance in amount	
Deposit Receipt Form BCS 17 No. has been issued
and will be retained on our file covering deposit on "PRINCESS PATRICIA'!
sailing 8:30 PM (Local Time) -__, —
(Date) (Room)
FINAL BALANCE 	
to sailing date.
will be required 6 weeks prior
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
 VANCOUVER, Jenuary 30, 1976 File: T-75-30-56
J* Yates
Mr. w.w. Martin
Vancouver
I ami attaching complete file concerning damage to Transport Pool
trailer #29-0902.
I heve not replied te Mr. Barham's letter of January 28, and would
appreciate your handling.
So far as we are concerned these ia no evidence whatsoever that damage
occurred to this rented trailer while in our hands.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
HLH/jb	
 CPRail
H L Thompson Marine Department - Pier "B" Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
Manager
Marine Operations
H
DATE:
FILE:    1975 .i-U. 521.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear o>_rs: -
Thank you for your remittance in amount
Deposit Receipt Form BCS 17 No. has be>n issued
and will be retained on our file covering deposit on "PRINCESS PATRICIA*!'
sailing 8:30 PM (Local Time)     ■    '■'' .
(Date) (Room)
FINAL BALANCE  will be required 6 weeks prior
to sailing date.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services,
 VANCOUVER, Jenuery 30, 1976
J. Yetes
Mr* K.N. Ho
2nd Officer
"Princess of Vancouver"
File: T-75-30-54
Please reply to ay letter of January 23, concerning damage sustained
by Sunbeam trailer #954 loaded at Nanaimo on the "Princess of Vencouver*1
2400 hours on November 25, 1975.
Menager, B.CCS.S.
HLH.jb
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
eamship Service
• -
Seniority Group:  Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date <
3f
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134S38
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3.
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18.
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19;
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25:
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
133
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-143356
April
13 =
1951
_
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344^12
Jan.
4;
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May-
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23:
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19.
1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7.
1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14.
1971
IS
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
. 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
. 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver
, B.C.
 January 30, 1976
File: 142834
Mr. S.C Bishop
740 South Springer Avenue
N. Burnaby, B.C.
V5B 3L1
Deer Mr* Bishop:
Re:   AppleCff^on foy fmilftft
In order to establish Mrs* Bishop's eligibility for benefits,
it is required that we forwerd along with the Application for
Pension c copy of your wife's Certificcte of Birth end your
Certificate of Marriage*
Please bring these documents in to this office et your
convenience and photostct copies will be made.
Yours truly,
J* YATSS,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S)
JB
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast
Steamship Service
Seniority Gr
oup:  Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date <
Df
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
lj
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3.
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19'
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13
, 1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
360085
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
. 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver,   B.C.
 VANCOUVER, January 30, 1976 Pile: X-75-8-13
J. Yates
Mr. w,c Sylander
General Claims Agent
Vencouver
Further to Perm 1409 submitted to cover incident involving the
"Princess of Vancouver" at Nenairao Wharf on October 15, 1975*
Maater's report has now been received end he advises ee foilova:
"The damage which occurred to the dock at Nanaimo, B.C.,
October 15, 1975, whilst landing this vessel could have been
avoided by lending the veaael 50 feet astern of the position
of impact, which happened to be the weakest section of the
dock, the stringer having been damaged previously end of little
support CO the piles. The veeael did not lend heevily alongside
end to the best of my knowledge did not break eny piles, just
setting them in."
"It wee thought prudent not to lend the veesel close to the
horeeehoe, es the dock repairs were being carried out in that
vecinity, i.e., facing pilee being renewed, not completed."
Meneger, B.C.C.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast  Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
eamship Service
Seniority Group: Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date <
Df
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
I,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3,
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19!
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13:
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19 ^
1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
. 1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lorne E.
323992
July
14
1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
. 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver,   B.C.
 January 29* 1976,
Wile no.  76.ALA.521*12.T.
Mr* Frank G* »cMney, Manager
Passenger Sales it Servic©
Mhite ■Pema & Yukon ftente
.-f.€>* So* 2147 •:..
Seattle*.. Washington ■■'98111.
Dear Mr<
Downey*:.
■■■Mr*. A.<3# Clifton*.-- Manager, Travel ara ■Inc., 193 $- •.    ■
■ H»W.. 21*t *. .Oklahoma City* Oklahoma ■ 73106* ■ 'la; travelling ■
Oil the "frincess Patricia": August 27th sailing* and':'
ban ask«& that reservations for tha team Bennett aid*
trip-,be .arranged on hi* behalf for -32 people*-.-
Copy of:-Mr* .Clifton's lettstr ia attached* And wa will,
be pleased' if. you trill'-klndty oblige him, confirming
- direotAto-hiiii, ■ ■-■•' $a
Yours very taruly*
^~^~k#"^^e^^^^* f     m* * v* * * m "^ e ** e
■RRR'BB:;;:-    ";';; :   ■
ee*   Mr* A.a* Clifton* Manager
.revelers Xiao*	
\" - 193$ B*tf*-2mMl
oklahoee 'City* bklahowa 73106.
"J ■::■'. iH:-.   yy- ■ . , -' '■;•■.. "■ ■ ■ : .■■.     ■   ■   ■";
Dear Mr* <&l_te»i
Thank you kindly for your letter ef Ofenu&ry ltth.
••.*••••* 3
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, April 5, 1974 Files:  11902 &
4658
CIRCULAR #74-4
TO ALL SHIPS' OFFICERS, SHOPS - VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
Mr. R.M. Stokes - Mr. E. Robinson - Mr. C. Aitken
The B.C. Workmen's Compensation Board advise that delays in the
processing of compensable claims are occurring partly because
of the late filing of injury report forms from some employers
and point out that attention has been drawn to this situation
in the past. The Board also points out that Section 51 of the
Workmen's Compensation Act states, "An employer shall report
to the Board within three days of its occurrence every injury
to a workman that arose out of or is claimed to have arisen
out of and in the course of employment. Failure to comply is
an offence." and then goes on to say:
"A main purpose of the Act is the provision of income continuity
for those injured in the course of employment. This purpose is
frustrated if someone who is eligible for compensation suffers
an interruption of income, sometimes for several weeks, because
his employer has not sent the accident report to the Board.
"To the risk of financial hardship there is added the anxiety
about the payment of the claim, and the possibility of psychological harm resulting from delay in the attendance of a
rehabilitation consultant.
"In these circumstances, a failure to prosecute could be considered a dereliction of duty, and the Board feels bound to issue this
warning that where violations occur in the requirement of the
Act relating to the reporting of injuries, a prosecution may be
commenced."
IN ALL CASES WITHOUT EXCEPTION, FORM B.C.C.S.-8 SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING "INJURY TO ...A WORKMAN THAT AROSE OUT OF OR IS CLAIMED TO HAVE ARISEN OUT OF AND IN
_rs ccrns1? of employment" .
E.L. Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
 - a
m*   Mr* A.Q. Clifton (Cont'd.) ...,,_,,
Frora the foregoing you will note our rsgusst to Mr.
v.; -   Downey to arrange SkagwayLake Bennett side trip
on year behalf.    It will be appreciated if yon
will kindly forward your payigsnt direct, to MSf. .
Downey on receipt of confirsaation of arrangeeients
by him.
■*&■ --'twist•■ that■ ■ reservations'are proceeding Wavmr*'
ably* and will be pleased to receive deposit of
$49.00 Canadian funds, or equivalent* as early aa
possible,_ 'am confirmation of your recMin«s«nt of .,
space 'tentirtsed on mmmm%er 24* 1975.
".'H A
Yours very truly*
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 CANADIAN     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, April 5, 1974 Files:  11902 &
4658
CIRCULAR #74-4
TO ALL SHIPS' OFFICERS, SHOPS - VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
Mr. R.M. Stokes - Mr. E. Robinson - Mr. C. Aitken
The B.C. Workmen's Compensation Board advise that delays in the
processing of compensable claims are occurring partly because
of the late filing of injury report forms from some employers
and point out that attention has been drawn to this situation
in the past. The Board also points out that Section 51 of the
Workmen's Compensation Act states, "An employer shall report
to the Board within three days of its occurrence every injury
to a workman that arose out of or is claimed to have arisen
out of and in the course of employment. Failure to comply is
an offence." and then goes on to say:
"A main purpose of the Act is the provision of income continuity
for those injured in the course of employment. This purpose is
frustrated if someone who is eligible for compensation suffers
an interruption of income, sometimes for several weeks, because
his employer has not sent the accident report to the Board.
"To the risk of financial hardship there is added the anxiety
about the payment of the claim, and the possibility of psychological harm resulting from delay in the attendance of a
rehabilitation consultant.
"In these circumstances, a failure to prosecute could be considered a dereliction of duty, and the Board feels bound to issue this
warning that where violations occur in the requirement of the
Act relating to the reporting of injuries, a prosecution may be
commenced."
IN ALL CASES WITHOUT EXCEPTION, FORM B.C.C.S.-8 SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING "INJURY TO ...A WORKMAN THAT AROSE OUT OF OR IS CLAIMED TO HAVE ARISEN OUT OF AND IN
7T*3 CCTW33 OF FMPLOYMEKFT" .
H.L* Thompson
Manager, Murine Operations
J
 January 29* 1976*
File Ho. T-76-1032
Ms. Megan Richards
c/o School of Public Administration
University of Victoria
Victoria* B.C.
VSW 2Y2 :'j.;,,. ,....„
Dear Ms, Richardsi .;;...,;
..Kindly refer to Mr*. McDonnell**■:letter of January
14th requesting information ee  to the manner in which
JrfX  ... CP;-';Ferr|es handle their:reservation system.
6ur Company ha_ had a Reservation Bureau in operation
.since the 'txxi&'o£,.the  century? however* with the
changing e<son6l^'''o£ the Department, the system no
longed resembles 4he size and scope once employed by
"US.
The present s^iem is handled manually, with the use r-
of printed atftb&obiie, spa.ee sheets for the sailings.
■a- . :a of BCCpS vess^li^'carrying''passenger automafciles. '...'Mums
■    and''Miephoni^'nui8l)eEiii are taken over the telephone., or
in-'[p<isrson at''t„e ticket wickets, and recorded tftereon.
1toeh passenger haa\ purchased automobile ticket the
number is reco^de$ against his name.    Advance ticket;--''.
purchase is suggested and passenger is given an option
date* by which time he must purchase his automobile
check car reservation will automatically be cancelled.
ff,J Reservations jaade far in advancer e.g.* three to six
months* are,,recreated'%9 be purchased by on® racnth
prior to sailing.    Reservations 'made under a mont^.are
requested to .be purchased no 'later than erne week prior
to sailing* and those made within 24 hours of saving
are required to fee purchased no later than one hour.  ,.
pd.or'tto;sailing*'':' ""■"'"•/.■ 'A;
■ -■    y.y. „ A v' y ...     ■
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 CANADIAN     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, April 5, 1974 Files:  11902 &
4658
CIRCULAR #74-4
TO ALL SHIPS' OFFICERS, SHOPS - VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
Mr. R.M. Stokes - Mr. E. Robinson - Mr. C. Aitken
The B.C. Workmen's Compensation Board advise that delays in the
processing of compensable claims are occurring partly because
of the late filing of injury report forms from some employers
and point out that attention has been drawn to this situation
in the past. The Board also points out that Section 51 of the
Workmen's Compensation Act states, "An employer shall report
to the Board within three days of its occurrence every injury
to a workman that arose out of or is claimed to have arisen
out of and in the course of employment. Failure to comply is
an offence." and then goes on to say:
"A main purpose of the Act is the provision of income continuity
for those injured in the course of employment. This purpose is
frustrated if someone who is eligible for compensation suffers
an interruption of income, sometimes for several weeks, because
his employer has not sent the accident report to the Board.
"To the risk of financial hardship there is added the anxiety
about the payment of the claim, and the possibility of psychological harm resulting from delay in the attendance of a
rehabilitation consultant.
"In these circumstances, a failure to prosecute could be considered a dereliction of duty, and the Board feels bound to issue this
warning that where violations occur in the requirement of the
Act relating to the reporting of injuries, a prosecution may be
commenced."
IN ALL CASES WITHOUT EXCEPTION, FORM B.C.C.S.-8 SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING "INJURY TO ...A WORKMAN THAT AROSE OUT OF OR IS CLAIMED TO HAVE ARISEN OUT OF AND IN
Tr'S CCTR9" Ol? FMPLOYMENT".
E*L. Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
 m  2 *»
Passengers are encouraged to use the .malls .where
time permits.
During the wintertime* members of the Wharf Ticket
Office performing other duties, also attend to
reservations, and the additional cost of the service
is minimal; however* during the summer tourist period*
Msy 1st through September 15th* three Reservation ..'..:.
Clerks are hired for this specific duty*
The benefit of a reservation system is -that passenger
is assured of getting on the sailing of his choice,
the only drawback being the arrangement of picking up
'■   tickets in advance, in whatever manner causes him the
least inconvenience.
As the time used for planning and dry runs is long past*
this could not now be evaluated, as the present system
has been in force since 1958 „    While the system may
appear archaic from your viewpoint, it is the most
economic from our viewpoint* with the number of ships i
and service involved.
Hoping this will be of soma assistance to you* and
A   ishould any member of your staff wish to view our
'■*'■■ f«i<dlit c^fffioe and the reservation procedure, we will ■
be 'moat h&pfsy to obliges*
Yours very truly,
J. YATES
Manager* B.C.C.S.S.
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J'...:
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 CANADIAN     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, April 5, 1974 Files:  11902 &
4658
CIRCULAR #74-4
TO ALL SHIPS' OFFICERS, SHOPS - VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
Mr. R.M. Stokes - Mr. E. Robinson - Mr. C. Aitken
The B.C. Workmen's Compensation Board advise that delays in the
processing of compensable claims are occurring partly because
of the late filing of injury report forms from some employers
and point out that attention has been drawn to this situation
in the past. The Board also points out that Section 51 of the
Workmen's Compensation Act states, "An employer shall report
to the Board within three days of its occurrence every injury
to a workman that arose out of or is claimed to have arisen
out of and in the course of employment. Failure to comply is
an offence." and then goes on to say:
"A main purpose of the Act is the provision of income continuity
for those injured in the course of employment., This purpose is
frustrated if someone who is eligible for compensation suffers
an interruption of income, sometimes for several weeks, because
his employer has not sent the accident report to the Board.
"To the risk of financial hardship there is added the anxiety
about the payment of the claim, and the possibility of psychological harm resulting from delay in the attendance of a
rehabilitation consultant.
"In these circumstances, a failure to prosecute could be considered a dereliction of duty, and the Board feels bound to issue this
warning that where violations occur in the requirement of the
Act relating to the reporting of injuries, a prosecution may be
commenced."
IN ALL CASES WITHOUT EXCEPTION, FORM B.C.C.S.-8 SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING "INJURY TO ...A WORKMAN THAT AROSE OUT OF OR IS CLAIMED TO HAVE ARISEN OUT OF AND IN
TTE CCTRS*3 OF EMPLOYMENT".
H.L. Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
 VAHCGOva** January 29* 1976,
J. Yates
Mr* B._. Harriiaan
Montreal* due.
Filet TKf.055.GSII,
To facilitate'printing-'-of-■BCS 16x25, we have requested''""'
Vancouver Wharf Ticket Agent to release to ua for use by
printer. Ticket Ho* 69069, endorsed "Mot good for passage.."
Mill you please^post ledger accordingly and protect Agent's
ticket, report for this item* when received.
Manager*. B.c.c.s.s.
RRR*BB
:'*&* ■, ,,Mr». J.H.: Susuki
7;;'"Vsne^yer * B.C..'
rA
£**!■
>9.j':
When reporting ticket, sales for .month'of' January*
please record BCS 16x25.No*.69069 as non-issuance
on reauest Manager* B.CC.s.3., attaching this _
letter to,.your-report to support same. ■     aa
Manager, B.CCS.S.
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 CANADIAN     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, April 5, 1974 Files:  11902 &
4658
CIRCULAR #74-4
TO ALL SHIPS' OFFICERS, SHOPS - VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
Mr. R.M. Stokes - Mr. E. Robinson - Mr. C. Aitken
The B.C. Workmen's Compensation Board advise that delays in the
processing of compensable claims are occurring partly because
of the late filing of injury report forms from some employers
and point out that attention has been drawn to this situation
in the past. The Board also points out that Section 51 of the
Workmen's Compensation Act states, "An employer shall report
to the Board within three days of its occurrence every injury
to a workman that arose out of or is claimed to have arisen
out of and in the course of employment. Failure to comply is
an offence." and then goes on to say:
"A main purpose of the Act is the provision of income continuity
for those injured in the course of employment. This purpose is
frustrated if someone who is eligible for compensation suffers
an interruption of income, sometimes for several weeks, because
his employer has not sent the accident report to the Board.
"To the risk of financial hardship there is added the anxiety
about the payment of the claim, and the possibility of psychological harm resulting from delay in the attendance of a
rehabilitation consultant.
"In these circumstances, a failure to prosecute could be considered a dereliction of duty, and the Board feels bound to issue this
warning that where violations occur in the requirement of the
Act relating to the reporting of injuries, a prosecution may be
commenced."
IN ALL CASES WITHOUT EXCEPTION, FORM B.C.C.S,-8 SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING "INJURY TO ...A WORKMAN THAT AROSE OUT OF OR IS CLAIMED TO HAVE ARISEN OUT OF AND IN
TTS CCTRS3 OF EMPLOYMENT".
H.L. Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
 CANADIAN        PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
OPORD       - #76-1 File:  163
Distribution - Groups One and Three      Date:  January 29/76
Reference   - BCCS Circular #75-6, October 22, 1975.
Subject:    -  "Carrier Princess" Schedule
"Carrier Princess" will operate in Nanaimo service on the
following Mondays:
February 2, 9, 16, 23,  1976
March   1 "
departing Vancouver 1000 round trip Nanaimo.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 ft- ■
VAIJCQUVER*'mmmmmmTXjr- 29," 1976. File,  429
J. Yetaa
Mr. J.H. Suzuki
■yiiieouver*;'B*C* ;'  "-';r -r.yy. ''■-■■*.
Pri£r':'to going common on the North End Vancouver Island
service* certain irregularities and business concessions
were made on various invoices* as per the attached statement from the above—mentioned operator.
Items incorrectly charged and arrangements made''by Route..,;
of the ilaidas Freightways, are acceptable to us, and ,
accordingly* on authority of this letter*, request that
the total amount of the items as shown* $3*637.60* be '
deducted from next invoice forwarded to Route of the
Haidas Freiahtwavs. ■-.
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Manager* a.c.c.s.s.
RRR'BB-;
fc." '.tMr *'''#,» Robinson
Route of the' Haidas Freightways
Campbell River, B.C..
"'., For." your .information,-.. end1 . best" regards,
J. YATBS
Manager* B.CCS.S.
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, April 5, 1974 Files:  11902 &
4658
CIRCULAR #74-4
TO ALL SHIPS' OFFICERS, SHOPS - VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
Mr. R.M. Stokes - Mr. E. Robinson - Mr. C. Aitken
The B.C. Workmen's Compensation Board advise that delays in the
processing of compensable claims are occurring partly because
of the late filing of injury report forms from some employers
and point out that attention has been drawn to this situation
in the past. The Board also points out that Section 51 of the
Workmen's Compensation Act states, "An employer shall report
to the Board within three days of its occurrence every injury
to a workman that arose out of or is claimed to have arisen
out of and in the course of employment. Failure to comply is
an offence." and then goes on to say:
n
A main purpose of the Act is the provision of income continuity
for those injured in the course of employment. This purpose is
frustrated if someone who is eligible for compensation suffers
an interruption of income, sometimes for several weeks, because
his employer has not sent the accident report to the Board.
"To the risk of financial hardship there is added the anxiety
about the payment of the claim, and the possibility of psychological harm resulting from delay in the attendance of a
rehabilitation consultant.
"In these circumstances, a failure to prosecute could be considered a dereliction of duty, and the Board feels bound to issue this
warning that where violations occur in the requirement of the
Act relating to the reporting of injuries, a prosecution may be
commenced."
IN ALL CASES WITHOUT EXCEPTION, FORM B.C.C.S.-8 SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING "INJURY TO ...A WORKMAN THAT AROSE OUT OF OR IS CLAIMED TO HAVE ARISEN OUT OF AND IN
tts corns e ow employment".
H.L. Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
 VANCOUVER, January 29* 1976.
J* Yates
Master
*i*iiioee#-'6£'''Vancouver""
File*    T-76-1010-A
It has come to my attention that crew meofttera on your''
vessel are remaining ashore When off watch and the ship
You are reminded that "leave is granted at the discretion -
of the Master, compatible with conditions em agreed to
in collective agreements between Management and employees.
There ia to be sufficient crew on board while under way
to effectively man safety and life saving appliances at
ali'tiwaa^noa
Your attention-, to this matter ia required.
Manager, b.c.cs.s.
ANC'BB
Capt* A.W.Davis
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Canadian Merchant Service Guild
Wsletern Branch
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230 W. Broadway
Vancouver, B.C.
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P.O. Bock 10060 ,:;
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Vancouver, B.C.
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 CANADIAN     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, April 5, 1974 Files:  11902 &
4658
CIRCUIAR #74-4
TO ALL SHIPS' OFFICERS, SHOPS - VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
Mr. R.M. Stokes - Mr. E. Robinson - Mr. C. Aitken
The B.C. Workmen's Compensation Board advise that delays in the
processing of compensable claims are occurring partly because
of the late filing of injury report forms from some employers
and point out that attention has been drawn to this situation
in the past. The Board also points out that Section 51 of the
Workmen's Compensation Act states, "An employer shall report
to the Board within three days of its occurrence every injury
to a workman that arose out of or is claimed to have arisen
out of and in the course of employment. Failure to comply is
an offence." and then goes on to say:
"A main purpose of the Act is the provision of income continuity
for those injured in the course of employment. This purpose is
frustrated if someone who is eligible for compensation suffers
an interruption of income, sometimes for several weeks, because
his employer has not sent the accident report to the Board.
"To the risk of financial hardship there is added the anxiety
about the payment of the claim, and the possibility of psychological harm resulting from delay in the attendance of a
rehabilitation consultant.
"In these circumstances, a failure to prosecute could be considered a dereliction of duty, and the Board feels bound to issue this
warning that where violations occur in the requirement of the
Act relating to the reporting of injuries, a prosecution may be
commenced."
I
IN ALL CASES WITHOUT EXCEPTION, FORM B.C.C.S.-8 SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING "INJURY TO ...A WORKMAN THAT AROSE OUT OF OR IS CLAIMED TO HAVE ARISEN OUT OF AND IN
71*3 COURSE OF EMPLOYMENT".
E*L. Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
>
 '#*f'
January 29, 1976.
File NO. 76.ALA.055.GEN.
Mr. L. Frank Wiggins
Marine Superintendent
Xanadu Cruises* Inc.
692 Switaier St* . ..
San Diego* calif. 92101.
Dear Franks
Many thanks for your letter of January 15th enclosing
1976 Alaska brochure and schedule for the DEV "Xanadu.
.-The information contained in your letter has been
noted and passed on to all concerned.
Good luck and kindest regards te you and your staff *
Sincerely* ■-.■-...its- '<   A   ■?, '■■ a^a^x &yyy,   ■■
JY'BB 1.,,...;  ^
P.s.   Attached is our 1976 Alaska brochure
.
* <
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, April 5, 1974 Files:  11902 &
4658
CIRCULAR #74-4
TO ALL SHIPS' OFFICERS, SHOPS - VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
Mr. R.M. Stokes - Mr. E. Robinson - Mr. C. Aitken
The B.C. Workmen's Compensation Board advise that delays in the
processing of compensable claims are occurring partly because
of the late filing of injury report forms from some employers
and point out that attention has been drawn to this situation
in the past. The Board also points out that Section 51 of the
Workmen's Compensation Act states, "An employer shall report
to the Board within three days of its occurrence every injury
to a workman that arose out of or is claimed to have arisen
out of and in the course of employment. Failure to comply is
an offence." and then goes on to say:
"A main purpose of the Act is the provision of income continuity
for those injured in the course of employment. This purpose is
frustrated if someone who is eligible for compensation suffers
an interruption of income, sometimes for several weeks, because
his employer has not sent the accident report to the Board.
"To the risk of financial hardship there is added the anxiety
about the payment of the claim, and the possibility of psychological harm resulting from delay in the attendance of a
rehabilitation consultant.
"In these circumstances, a failure to prosecute could be considered a dereliction of duty, and the Board feels bound to issue this
warning that where violations occur in the requirement of the
Act relating to the reporting of injuries, a prosecution may be
commenced."
IN ALL CASES WITHOUT EXCEPTION, FORM B.C.C.S.-8 SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING "INJURY TO ...A WORKMAN THAT AROSE OUT OF OR IS CLAIMED TO HAVE ARISEN OUT OF AND IN
TTS CaTR<?E OF EMPLOYMENT".
E.L. Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
>
 January 29* 1976*
File No* T-76-1014-A
Bank of Montreal
Three Bentail Centre
595 Burrard St.
Vancouver* B.C.
Gentlemen i
Attached Draft No. 77S for £377*67 plus charges*
covers U.K. shipment of 12 filter blocks for our
"Princess Patricia** under Requisition S-4GO10*
11737-5.
This is to advise our acceptance Of charges for
"release of necessary documents.   ::
Debit to CF Rail <B.C Coast Steamship Service)
should be made through Montreal offices* and our
responsibility code number is 50012.
Yours very truly*
J. YATES
Manager,  B.C.C.S.S.
WWH'BB
■■-, i
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, April 5, 1974 Files:  11902 &
4658
CIRCULAR #74-4
TO ALL SHIPS' OFFICERS, SHOPS - VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
Mr. R.M. Stokes - Mr. E. Robinson - Mr. C. Aitken
The B.C. Workmen's Compensation Board advise that delays in the
processing of compensable claims are occurring partly because
of the late filing of injury report forms from some employers
and point out that attention has been drawn to this situation
in the past. The Board also points out that Section 51 of the
Workmen's Compensation Act states, "An employer shall report
to the Board within three days of its occurrence every injury
to a workman that arose out of or is claimed to have arisen
out of and in the course of employment. Failure to comply is
an offence." and then goes on to say:
"A main purpose of the Act is the provision of income continuity
for those injured in the course of employment. This purpose is
frustrated if someone who is eligible for compensation suffers
an interruption of income, sometimes for several weeks, because
his employer has not sent the accident report to the Board.
"To the risk of financial hardship there is added the anxiety
about the payment of the claim, and the possibility of psychological harm resulting from delay in the attendance of a
rehabilitation consultant.
"In these circumstances, a failure to prosecute could be considered a dereliction of duty, and the Board feels bound to issue this
warning that where violations occur in the requirement of the
Act relating to the reporting of injuries, a prosecution may be
commenced."
IN ALL CASES WITHOUT EXCEPTION, FORM B.C.C.S,-8 SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING "INJURY TO ...A WORKMAN THAT AROSE OUT OF OR IS CLAIMED TO HAVE ARISEN OUT OF AND IN
7TS CCTRS13 OF EMPLOYMENT".
E*L* Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
 VANCOUVER, January 29, 1976 File: T-75-30-56
J* Yates
Mr* W.W. Martin
Vancouver
I as attaching complete file concerning daaage to transport Pool
trailer #29-0902, for your handling.
I nave not replied to Mr* Barnes's letter of January 28, and would
appreciate your handling.
So far as ee are concerned there is no evidence whatsoever that damage
occurred to this rented trailer while ia our hands.
'» B.C.C.S.S*
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast  Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast
Steamship Service
Seniority Group:  Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date <
Df
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
r
1
MARTIN
James
P-134S38
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3.
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18.
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19;
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13 j
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRI CKS0I\
f   Svend A.W.
344312
Jan.
4
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347739
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23
, 1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
, 1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
. 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
IS
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
. 1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
Jame s S.
456716
May
16
,  1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
363088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
. 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., JAN. 29/76
Filei  75.PAT.CRUISE.
H.S. HARRIMAN    UFUF
MONTREAL, CUE.
PLEASE REFER OUR LETTER DEC 12 ATTACHING STATEMENT OF SHORE
EXCURSIONS IN CONNECTION THANKSGIVING WEEKEND CRUISE PRINCESS
PATRICIA ARRANGED WITH NORTHWEST HOST GROUP AND CONVENTION
TRAVEL SERVICES DOUG FOX GROUP TRAVEL 1325 FOURTH AVE SEATTLE
WASH. APPRECIATE INFORMATION WHEN VOUCHER GOING FORWARD AS
NORTHWEST HOST ANXIOUS RECEIVE PAYMENT.   BCC-22
J. YATES
MANAGER, BCCSS
WOWO
RRR'BB
 VANCOUVER,  January 2fl, 1976.
J* Yates
Mr. A.2* Hilling
Vancouver, .S.C* .- •
Marwqer, B.C.CSlT
Marine SuncTinfend-ont
CalanSn
Terminal Su
Depoffmenj a i Analyst
^Office Manager
Accountant
'on **iainosr
UQstm
Xn JUly':1975#..BCCSS''exercised it* option to purchase the
20s Fabco unit used by Terminal Supervinars at Pier A-3.
3ubse<3tuently, a mobile unit was received fron.;;lW-~t«n»:..
Canada for Terminal Supervisors* use, and it is: now our
intention to utilise the Fabco unit for Wharf Ticket ,
offioi expansion*
we are attaching drawing Indicating the location of the
Fabco unit in relation to the Vancouver Wharf Ticket ;
Office and the worlc that is necessary for creating an
opening frost the Wharf Ticket Office into the unit*
The additional floor space will facilitate new account-':.
ing procedures we intend placing into effect in the
Wharf Ticket Office, and for our purpose require. in- j
s'tallation to be completed by February 27th, A;.! •-'A :A'- aa.
It will be appreciated if B* & B. can arrange for the
necessary work involved. Alternatively, if they are
unable to accomplish this work by February 27th, we
will appreciate receiving permission to do the work
ourselves.   • :
•uManagar, i.C.C.S.f;,
RRR'BB
ee* Wr.J.H. Suzuki
■;$£'Vancouver, B.C.
■i-  >::,'!. _,
:i. .
AA
yyr
:■:- iv,'"i f
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, April 5, 1974 Files:  11902 &
4658
CIRCULAR #74-4
TO ALL SHIPS' OFFICERS, SHOPS - VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
Mr. R.M. Stokes - Mr. E. Robinson - Mr. C. Aitken
The B.C. Workmen's Compensation Board advise that delays in the
processing of compensable claims are occurring partly because
of the late filing of injury report forms from some employers
and point out that attention has been drawn to this situation
in the past. The Board also points out that Section 51 of the
Workmen's Compensation Act states, "An employer shall report
to the Board within three days of its occurrence every injury
to a workman that arose out of or is claimed to have arisen
out of and in the course of employment. Failure to comply is
an offence." and then goes on to say:
"A main purpose of the Act is the provision of income continuity
for those injured in the course of employment. This purpose is
frustrated if someone who is eligible for compensation suffers
an interruption of income, sometimes for several weeks, because
his employer has not sent the accident report to the Board.
"To the risk of financial hardship there is added the anxiety
about the payment of the claim, and the possibility of psychological harm resulting from delay in the attendance of a
rehabilitation consultant.
"In these circumstances, a failure to prosecute could be considered a dereliction of duty, and the Board feels bound to issue this
warning that where violations occur in the requirement of the
Act relating to the reporting of injuries, a prosecution may be
commenced."
IN ALL CASES WITHOUT EXCEPTION, FORM B.C.C.S.-8 SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING "INJURY TO ...A WORKMAN THAT AROSE OUT OF OR IS CLAIMED TO HAVE ARISEN OUT OF AND _N
TT*3 CCrnSE OP EMPLOYMENT" *
E*L. Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
 TELEX v VANCOUVER, B.C., JAN. 28/76
File» 170
H.B. AUSTIN    MPMT
MONTREAL, QUE.
V-532 RILL NO 31850853 DATED 10/28/75 IN AMOUNT 59.28 NOT
RECEIVED IN THIS OFFICE UNTIL DEC 22/75 STOP NO OTHER NOTICE
RECEIVED PRIOR THAT DATE STOP VOUCHER NO R-8-120039 MADE UP
AND FORWARDED MONTREAL SPECIAL HANDLING DEC 24/75  SEE PAGE
118 MANAGER DISBURSEMENTS PAY VOUCHER LISTING FOR DECEMBER .
P71200 AUDIT NO 1275-64682 STOP PLEASE NOTE BILL WAS ADDRESSED
TO DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMS ROOM 115 WINDSOR STATION MONTREAL AND
IT WAS EITHER HEIJ> AND/OR DELAYED BY MAIL STRIKE EN ROUTE TO
HIM STOP YOUR REFERENCE TO UNSATISFACTORY HANDLING THIS
DIVISION NOT UNDERSTOOD STOP PLEASE ADVISE IN WHAT MANNER
WE DEVIATED FROM INSTRUCTIONS ATTACHED TO YOUR LETTER OCT 1/75
BCC-21
i
J. YATES
MANAGER, BCCSS
WOWO
HLH*BB
 an 3
Filet    T-76-39
t>-V.i-S i
V3mSX^^i[['^l^ty 2®0 197## .-:
yyyAy' y -y ''■'.,' '    Ai'.k.j  ...
mm tf«R«. Suaaiki, Van_cuvsr» j
ste* E* R«ib_n«ca|*. Hanaiiao.
Purser,   "Princes/ofVVancouver,?
Miss tSti^JMH^.V X- .■■•.fv-..'■■■ ■ -■■■■■■.v   ■-
■ifffe^txve immediately United States funds to be accepted
iffactive imiaediately sterling travellers cheques to .be
'acceded at $1.97 to, the pound* Do not accept sterling
travellers Cheques negotiable only in sterling area*
Manager „ A,C #C *S *S *
"<   A""..  "LA A*   A'A;Ay. '*■
BB       A' ■■ ::.;• .Av---;r...
■•'•' f ■-,.-:
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, April 5, 1974 Files:  11902 &
4658
CIRCULAR #74-4
TO ALL SKIPS' OFFICERS, SHOPS - VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
Mr. R.M. Stokes - Mr. E. Robinson - Mr. C. Aitken
The B.C. Workmen's Compensation Board advise that delays in the
processing of compensable claims are occurring partly because
of the late filing of injury report forms from some employers
and point out that attention has been drawn to this situation
in the past. The Board also points out that Section 51 of the
Workmen's Compensation Act states, "An employer shall report
to the Board within three days of its occurrence every injury
to a workman that arose out of or is claimed to have arisen
out of and in the course of employment. Failure to comply is
an offence." and then goes on to say:
"A main purpose of the Act is the provision of income continuity
for those injured in the course of employment. This purpose is
frustrated if someone who is eligible for compensation suffers
an interruption of income, sometimes for several weeks, because
his employer has not sent the accident report to the Board.
"To the risk of financial hardship there is added the anxiety
about the payment of the claim, and the possibility of psychological harm resulting from delay in the attendance of a
rehabilitation consultant.
"In these circumstances, a failure to prosecute could be considered a dereliction of duty, and the Board feels bound to issue this
warning that where violations occur in the requirement of the
Act relating to the reporting of injuries, a prosecution may be
commenced."
IN ALL CASES WITHOUT EXCEPTION, FORM B.C.C.S.-8 SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING "INJURY TO ...A WORKMAN THAT AROSE OUT OF OR IS CLAIMED TO HAVE ARISEN OUT OF AND IN
7r*s ccrnsE 01? employment".
E.L* Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
 January 28, 1976.
File No. 76.ALA.055.GEN.
Mr, Lance Brown
Chief, Inquiry Section
State of Alaska
Dept. of Commerce & Economic Development
Division of Tourism
Pouch E
Juneau, Alaska 99801.
Dear Mr. Brownt
Thaafc you kindly for your letter of January 15th
requesting supply of BCCSS "Princess Patricia"
Alaska brochures for the coming year.
Under separate cover we are arranging to send you
a box.
Yours very truly.
J, YATES
Manager,' B.CCS.S.
RRR'BB
 CANADIAN     PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, April 5, 1974 Files:  11902 &
4658
CIRCULAR #74-4
TO ALL SKIPS' OFFICERS, SHOPS - VICTORIA & VANCOUVER
Mr. R.M. Stokes - Mr. E. Robinson - Mr. C. Aitken
The B.C. Workmen's Compensation Board advise that delays in the
processing of compensable claims are occurring partly because
of the late filing of injury report forms from some employers
and point out that attention has been drawn to this situation
in the past. The Board also points out that Section 51 of the
Workmen's Compensation Act states, "An employer shall report
to the Board within three days of its occurrence every injury
to a workman that arose out of or is claimed to have arisen
out of and in the course of employment. Failure to comply is
an offence." and then goes on to say:
"A main purpose of the Act is the provision of income continuity
for those injured in the course of employment. This purpose is
frustrated if someone who is eligible for compensation suffers
an interruption of income, sometimes for several weeks, because
his employer has not sent the accident report to the Board.
"To the risk of financial hardship there is added the anxiety
about the payment of the claim, and the possibility of psychological harm resulting from delay in the attendance of a
rehabilitation consultant.
"In these circumstances, a failure to prosecute could be considered a dereliction of duty, and the Board feels bound to issue this
warning that where violations occur in the requirement of the
Act relating to the reporting of injuries, a prosecution may be
commenced."
IN ALL CASES WITHOUT EXCEPTION, FORM B.C.C.S.-8 SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING "INJURY TO ...A WORKMAN THAT AROSE OUT OF OR IS CLAIMED TO HAVE ARISEN OUT OF AND IN
tt's corns" op employment".
E.L. Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
 vmXWm, mmmmxy 2S, 197*. File*    Ml
J* Yates
Mr. J.H. Suzuki
Will you please arrange to institute
procedure, using ths attached room reservation sheets for
each sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver"' between Van*
Purser or Chief steward will pick up each day's sheet from
you, after which the sale of staterooms for respective sailings will only be available at Purser's office on board
ship.
automobile reservation sheet is picked up for the 2990
sailing, at the same time the 0409 automobile sheet for
the following day is handed out. Will you please arrange
to also Include cabin reservations for the 0400 sailing.
be shows**
and you should rip off the particular sailing concerned
for ship**
f$ B.CCS.S.
RRR'BB
Purser >
Chief *wMtt« )
Will you please arrange, *A*en plating up autorsebil©
reservation sheet, also to pick up cabin reservation
slip for your use, noting ^hat ***en this is fame, emXm
of vacant cabins will be your prerogative   for that sailing.
,  B.C.C.S.S.
 2.
"PRINCESS  MARGUERITE"
First Officer
Second Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
and Victoria-Port
Angeles  Route
HOURS
OF  DUTY
0730  -
0915
1
3/4
hours
1100   -
1200
1
hour
1300  -
2215
1100
9
1/4
hours
TOTAL;
12
hours
0800   -
3
hours
1200  -
1900
7
ii
2130  -
2330
2
■I
TOTAL:
12
hours
The  leave basis  for the First and Second Officers  will be  1.24
per day worked.     The First and Second Officers  will  be allowed
one   (1)   hour's  overtime to compensate  for  extra time on duty,
particularly due to insufficient meal period.
"PRINCESS   PATRICIA"
First Officer
and
Second Officer
Vancouver-Skagway  (Alaska)
Route - May -  October
HOURS   OF   DUTY
Work 6 hour watches.
Third Officer
On duty from 2200 to
0600, plus an additional
one (1) hour to two (2)
hours during the day relieving the First and
Second Officers for
meals, etc.
The leave basis for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24 per
day worked.
The Third Officer, who will be working ten (10) hours a day, will
receive leave on the basis of .9 per day worked.
 \
i-X
VANCOUVER, January 28, 1976. filet T-75-290
J* Yatea
■ tmpe^Q£--M:*:::$i3emx
Investigation Oept.
Vancouver, 8*C
Kindly refer to our letter of January 39th recreating a
Constable to accompany tha "Princess of vTsneouver* 9499
sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" January 25th,
Vancouver to Nanaimo.
m view of the amount of damaged caused in the Forward
observation Room on this sailing, msy wm please have report from -constable on duty, as quickly as possible*
Manager, B.CCS.S*
RRR'BB
be. Master
■ '■-, ■ Chief Steward
"Princess of Vancouver"
We have not received a report concerning the above*
mentioned damage from either of you, and desire
same as quickly as possible.
Manager, B.CCS.S*
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
MEMORANDUM COVERING WORKING AND LEAVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
DECK OFFICERS EMPLOYED ON B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
VESSELS - 1 9 7 4
All Times Shown are Local
"PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
*First Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
HOURS OF DUTY
0730 - 0915 1 3/4 hours
1100 - 1200 1    hour
1230 - 1330 1
1700 - 2215 5 1/4 hours
Second Officer
TOTAL:
1100
9
hours
0800 -
3
hours
1200 -
1430
2
1/2
ii
1700 -
1830
1
1/2
ii
2130 -
2330
2
H
TOTAL:
9
hours
On the Victoria-Seattle route only, the leave basis for the First
and Second Officers will be .9 per day worked.  Any additional
time on duty for the First and Second Officers is to be covered
by the submission of overtime sheets, duly approved by the Master,
As the "Princess Marguerite" is in port from 1245 to 1800 daily,
the Second Officer will have sufficient time to carry out his
regular maintenance and other duties.
*If required, the First Officer is to be employed for one (1)
additional hour between 0730 and 1100, or in Seattle for one-
half (h)  hour from 2300 to 2330.
Under this arrangement there will be two (2) Officers on duty
during the loading of the vessel. There will also be two (2)
Officers on duty for approximately one-half (h)   hour after departure of the vessel from Seattle or after arrival in Seattle.
The services of a Deck Officer in Seattle after 2330 will not be
required.
 2
 Vancouver, January 28, 1976.        Filet agr.s.clcvan,
Jr Yates   .„
Mfc"• R. Coiosimo .'
Manager, Labour Relations
Montreal, Que*
Attached are two signed copies, and two copies with type**
ammy*- m^m*^mm'^mma   a**- mm-memmmw. ^*^^a* *^^^m m     mma*    ■     ^Mtaamm^^maam*amm*    •^^WF%t*^ff^ff^w—■*   wwp^^'frAiw,*    *- *ymimm^*&6 <m*mm
Limited km& Vancouver Canadian Pacific shipyard Workers *
Union* Local 1552, CL.C, representing Shop employees
of B*c* Coast steamship Service, effective August 1* 1975,
remaining in affect, until October 31, 1976,
Manager, B.CC.s.s.
BB
cc. Mr. B.D* Margetts
Montreal, Que*
Cue signed copy and one copy with typewritten signatures
Mr. P.E. T imps on
Vancouver, B.C.
One signed copy and one copy with typewritten signatures
Manager, B.CCS.S.
 3.
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER"
Complement of Deck Officers;
First Officer, Second Officer,
Third Officer (2)
First Officer
Second Officer
Third Officer #1
Third Officer #2
VancouVer-Nanaimo Route
(operating three round
trips daily - all year)
HOURS OF DUTY
0000 -
0600
6
hours
1200 -
1800
1200
6
it
TOTAL:
12
hours
0600 -
6
hours
1800 -
2400
0500
6
it
TOTAL:
12
hours
0200 -
3
hours
0600 -
0830
2
h
H
0830 -
0930
1
hour
1000 -
1200
1230
2
hours
TOTAL:
3
h
hours
1200 -
h
hour
1400 -
1700
3
hours
1800 -
2030
2
h
M
2200 -
2430
2
_
ii
TOTAL:
3
h
hours
The leave basis for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24 per
day worked. The working arrangements for the First and Second
Officers are on the basis of one (1) day worked and one (1) day
off. This arrangement is periodically changed when a special
request is received from one of the Officers.
The leave basis for the two (2) Third Officers will be .9 per day
worked. The relief system for the two Third Officers is on the
basis of ten (10) days on duty and five (5) days off.  The two (2)
Third Officers, under these working arrangements will rotate.
4
 January 28, 1976
Filet T-76*4©
M*. Jeaes 9*  Prltchard
Apt. 2A—112th Street
HUB Apartaents
Edmonton, Alberta
Dear Mx. Pritcftard:
Theak you for advising that you will be available for work
next suaoer aboard the "Princes* Patricia."
As in past seasons, amployaaat will be depeoda^Tupon your
availability for duty and a petition being open.
You do set aay ia your latter when you will expect te ba is
Vancouver. Will you kindly advise.
Yours truly,
J* YAISS,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
ee: Mr* F.W. Atkinson
ULH/jb
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast  Steamship Service
Date:     January 1,   1974
Department:
B.C. Coast
Steamship Service
Seniority Group: Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date <
Df
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-13433S
July
1
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3.
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-3OIO53
Aug.
18
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19
, 1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25
, 1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13
, 1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-143356
April
13
, 1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344312
Jan.
4
, 1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
. 1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23
, 1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
, 1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14.
1971
IS
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
1 1972
21
VINE
Jame s S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver,   B.C.
 January 28, 1976
File* T-76-40
Ms. Rene Dooley
#204—1265 W. 13th Avenue
Vancouver, B.C.
V6H 1N3
Dear Ms. Dooley:
Thank you for your latter of .January 27, 1976, enquiring as
to Idle possibility of being enployed as s Hostess eboard the
"Princess Patricia•"
X regret to advise you that tha Hostess's duties are carried
out by the Stewardess and the lady entertainer, both of whoa
have been with us for many years and ve do not anticipate that
they will be leaving for sometime*
There is a possibility that ve will have vacancies for Coffee
Room Assistants on our ferry the "Princess of Vancouver" beginning
the first part of April and if you are still interested, you may
call in to this office at your convenience end complete the
necessary application forms* As it will be appreciated, it is
not the policy of this Company to hire sight unseen*
Sorry 1 cannot be more helpful but once again, thank you for
your interest in Canadian Pacific*
Yours truly,
J* YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast
Steamship Service
Seniority Gr
oup: Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date (
Df
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3.
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19'
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13
, 1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14.
1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 January 28, 1976
File: 484435
Sun life Assurance Company
of Canada
Life Claims Department
P.O. box 6075 (A)
Montreal, Quebec
H3C 3G3
Dear Sirs:
Re: Gr. Cert. No. 703Q-G-10814-
11HIM tmmi**<uWmw**M$*mm»Jm^^ ■iilKMWI
Ve refer you toyour letter of December 23, 1975.
He have just received the Certificate of Discharge (8C) for
the life insurance and enclose it herewith.
Shall be please to receive the remainder ef tha Ufa Insurance
ia due course.
Yours truly,
J. YATES.
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
eamship Service
Senior
ity Gr
ity
oup: Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Senior
Christian
Date <
Df
Standi
ng No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1,
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3.
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19;
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-3II65O
Oct.
25.
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13.
1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4.
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19'
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7.
1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14.
1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
1972
21
VINE
Jame s S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 MRKGIST£k___iM
*m^sim^*S&mmmmm*mmmmimmma
January 26, 1976
File: 424464
Mr. A* Taylor
#507—1210 Jervii Street
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Mr. laylor:
You telephoned this office on January 23, 1976, and advised
that your doctor has new declared you fit for work.
kindly get in touch with this offlee immediately aod explain
why you have not yet reported for duty.
Yours truly,
J. YATB8,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr* J.A* Foster, c/o Chief Steward, "Princess of Vancouver"
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC     LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast  Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
9amship Service
Seniority Gr
oup:  Uncertif
icated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date <
3f
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1
i  1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3.
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19
, 1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25
, 1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13
, 1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13
, 1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4
, 1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
, 1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23.
, 1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
, 1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
, 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
, 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14.
1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
■ 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
■ 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 January 28, 1976
Pile: 1-76-40
Mr* Prank D* Kotch
15292 fialdston Lane
Huntington Beach, California 92647
U. S* A*
Deer Mr* Koteh:
Thenk you for your letter expressing Interest in working on our
cruise vessel.
Before considering your application, it will be necessary to
know whether you are a Canadian citizen or have landed immigrant
status* All of our vessels are Canadian registered and similarly
to United States* registered vessele, we cannot employ aliens.
Sorry we cannot be of more help at this time but suggest you contact
one of the larger American shipping companies* We hope you ara
eventually successful in obtaining the kind of employment you are
seeking*
Yours truly,
J. YATHS,
Manager,
B.CCS.S,
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast  Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Senior
ity Gr
ity
oup:  Uncertifj
.cated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Senior
Christian
Date of
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July  1
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May   3.
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.  18
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept. 19
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.  25
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.  13
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April 13
, 1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.  4
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May  29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May  12'
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July 23
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May   1
, 1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April 19
. 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April 28
1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April 28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May   7
■ 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July 14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.  18
, 1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April 28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May  10
1972
21
VINE
Jame s S.
456716
May  16
. 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June  8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June  9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June 23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March 16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March 23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 January 28, 1976
File: T-76-40
Mr. Mark Kotch
15292 fieldston Lane
Huntington Beach, California 92647
U. S. A.
Dear Mr. Kotch:
Thank you for your letter expressing interest in working on our
cruise vessel*
Before considering your application, it will be necessery to
know whether you are e Canadian citizen or heve landed immigrant
status. All ot  our veesels ere Canadian registered and similarly
to United States' regietered vessels, we cannot employ aliens.
Sorry we cannot be of more help at this time but suggest you contect
one of the lerger American shipping companies* We hope you ere
eventually successful in obtaining the kind of employment you ere
seeking*
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast  Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
samship Service
Seniority Group:  Uncertificated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date <
Df
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
lj
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3.
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19'
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13.
1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13
, 1951
8
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344812
Jan.
4
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29.
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23
, 1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
, 1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
i 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
, 1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
. 1971
17
MC INNIS
Lorne E.
323992
July
14
, 1971
18
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
, 1971
19
EK0N0M0U
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
, 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313583
March
16
, 1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
, 1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 VANCOUVER,  Jfenuary 2?,  1976,
J. Yates -
Mr. Pat Folan
Manager, City Ticket Off ies
CP Air
625 West 6th St,
Los Angeles,  Calif.90017
Thank you for your call this afternoon requesting material
on the "Princess Patricia", and am pleased to enclose
literature available to date for this year's cruise s<*ason.
'"hore excursions operated by independent operators are
pending, but am nesting with representative froa Ketchikan
this Friday and will furnish information as soon as
possible.    All shore excursions are in addition to the
cruise fare.   The only ©ther costs involved are bar
fees and gratuities,
Suggestion for gratuities would be $1.SQ per person per
day for Room Steward and Eining Room waiter, payable
laoming of arrival Vancouver; for Bellboy room service,
at tiros of service approximately 1536 of service provided*
Ship specifics are shown cm Page 2 of Alaska Cruise Dally
Bulletin.
If there is any additional information me can furnish you,
wa will be pleased to have you phone us collect. Area
Code €04,  065-2502.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
1
 e
GENERAL REMARKS:
On any occasion the Masters require an additional Officer on duty,
while fog prevails or during adverse weather, or for any other
reason which necessitates Deck Officers working longer hours than
those shown in this memorandum, then overtime sheets are to be
submitted which first require the Master's approval.  The reason
for the overtime worked must be shown.  Overtime shall be allowed
on the basis of time and one-half of the regular rate.
H.L. THOMPSON
Manager, Marine Operations
Vancouver, B.C.
April 13, 1974.
 VAtfCOOVER,  January 2*% 1976. File*    76.AJA.055.eEH.
J. Yates
Mr. B.D. Margetts
Montreal, One.
With reference to our conversation January' 27th.
Attached: please find Memiorarxium of booking procedures
respecting the *Prine«ss Patricia.*
Manager* B.CCS.S.
RRR'BB
<?©.   Mr. M*w. Holland
Montreal, Qm*
 5.
GENERAL REMARKS;
On any occasion the Masters require an additional Officer on duty,
while fog prevails or during adverse weather, or for any other
reason which necessitates Deck Officers working longer hours than
those shown in this memorandum, then overtime sheets are to be
submitted which first require the Master's approval.  The reason
for the overtime worked must be shown.  Overtime shall be allowed
on the basis of time and one-half of the regular rate.
H.L. THOMPSON
Manager, Marine Operations
Vancouver, B.C.
April 13, 1974.
 1
VANCOUVER, January 27, 1976. Pile:  76.ALA.055.GEN.
MEMORANDUM - Miss B.C. Thorn
Mrs. B.J. Kusch
BOOKING PROCEDURES - "PRINCESS PATRICIA" 1976
1*  INDIVIDUAL BOOKINGS
Pile reference to be used for individual bookings on red file
back, will be 1976.ALA.521.Sailing (1~13).  Surname to be
typed upper right of file cover, and files to be maintained
alphabetically by sailing.  Abeyance for acceptance (deposit)
is to be filed in front of the Alaska files until actioned
(deposit, ticket or cancellation).
Option which is to be given Canadian bookings will be two
weeks in writing or over the phone - three weeks in fact, with
automatic cancellation after three weeks.
Option to be given U.S. bookings (in view of mail service),
three weeks over phone or in writing - four weeks in fact.
(Automatic cancellation after four weeks.)
Option date is to be recorded on berthing sheets and policed
daily.  Deposit, when issued, is to be recorded on berthing
sheets in space provided.
Final payment is due six weeks prior to sailing.  Sailings
are to be checked seven weeks in advance for outstanding files,
and necessary action taken in order to obtain payments in time.
2.  GROUP BOOKINGS
File reference to be used will be 1976.ALA.521.Sailing (1-13),
using blue file back. Group's name is to be typed upper right
of file cover, and filed alphabetically by sailing.
First Situation Review.  All groups are to be contacted personally by phone by Miss Thorn three months prior to sailing*
for booking report.  Prior to phone call group files are to be
discussed with Mr. Reid.  Results of telephone calls are to be
discussed with Mr. Reid for any action necessary should groups
appear to be experiencing difficulty in fulfilling their commitment.  Additional review may be necessary on individual
groups, which will be decided at that time.
Final situation Review. Group files will be reviewed seven
weeks prior to sailing with Mr. Reid, and contacted by Miss
Thorn to ensure release of unused space and that final pay-
 -   2  -
2. GROUP BOOKINGS (Cont'd.)
ment is en route not later than six weeks prior to sailing.
Any area of concern which is received from the industry or
media respecting any of our groups prior to a review period,
is to be handled by Mr. Reid; for example, reports  of financial
difficulties, irregularities in promoting our services, etc.
3. CONFIRMATION OF ASSIGNMENT OF SPACE
Individual - Canadian Bookings — Exhibit "A".
Individual - U.S. Bookings - Exhibit "B".
On Receipt of Deposit - Exhibit "C".
On Forwardance of Passage Ticket from this Office - Exhibit "D".
Advice of Option Cancellation - Exhibit "E".
Group <-.  Canadian or U.S. - Exhibit "F".
Special U.T.L. - Exhibit "G".
Deposit, ticketing, cancellation of group bookings, etc., will be
handled by separate letters, in view of different conditions
respecting individual groups and group series.
Where an individual booking is a concern for any reason. Miss
Thorn is to consult with Mr. Reid regarding handling.
Any large cancellation by individuals or groups which causes
sailing to become problematic, is to be brought to Mr. Reid's
attention immediately, for necessary counteraction.
Waitlists <- Exhibit "H", are to be updated regularly every
month in early part of season for continuing interest by those
on wait list, and weekly during the Alaska season.  Passengers
who will continue to be waitlisted and are available on three
days' notice, are to be guaranteed grade requested and assigned
nearest superior grade on a T.B.A. basis, subject always to
availability of space at that time.
Senior Citizens (65 and over), who are willing to be waitlisted
and are available on three days* notice, will be accorded a
15% reduction off tariff rate on available space at that time.
CP Rail Employees - Usual 25% reduction from passage portion,
applicable to the May 31st, June 8th and .<>eptember 4th sailings
only.  Advance reservations may be made on these sailings.  On
other sailings reduction will only be granted on available space
three days prior to sailing.
 - 3 -
2.  GROUP BOOKINGS (Cont'd.)
Group Situation Report - Group Situation Report for each
seasonal sailing of the "Patricia^" similar to that attached,
is to be prepared for all groups, and Miss Thorn is to discuss
weekly, first thing Monday morning, any activity concerning
groups.  Prior to Preliminary Situation Report for each sailing, all groups for that particular sailing will be reviewed,
following which Miss Thorn will initiate telephone call to each
group, ascertaining booking situation, prospects of sale,, and
determine at that time whether the tour group wishes to release any space.  Following initial contact, files will be reviewed with Mr. Reid and any action deemed necessary at that
time concerning difficulties being experienced, will be decided
upon by Mr. Reid.
■Second Situation Report will be s imilarly reviewed and handled
seven weeks prior to sailing.
During the interval, any sudden cancellations, etc., as indicated
elsewhere in memorandum, will be dealt with individually.
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 m*      >«*
VANCOUVER* Jatwary 27, 1976. Files 231
J. Yates
Mr* J.M. Mann -
Co-ordinator, Work Dtaproveraent
Suggestion Plan
Montreal, Que.
Kindly refer to your letter of January 6th, File S-2i770#
attached to which wns suggestion Bo. S-21770*
We agree in principle with the theme of the suggestion,
and along the®a Unas have already installed four electronic
game sachlnss on bo»i?d the *Priaeess of Vancouver** for the
convenience of passengers travelling between Vancouver and
Hanai?3o.     ...
Installation of taped music is being considered* however,
wo foei that video tape television is not suited to tho
"Princess" of 'Vancouver, * both fro* the practicability of
the. viewing area en board ship, and the poor reception.
War facilities and restaurant facilities are av&ilablo
for passengers, end as this is only a 2lt-hour crossing,
feel that the boreaSot* suggested is not entirely factual*
Many of our passengers are regular clientele, who use the
oocftslon to read# rest, enjoy sea breessoa, or do their own
thing.
we appreciate the interest: i by the officer tasking the   ..
suggestion, but respectfully decline the inclusion of
video tape'television for the reasons expressed.
neiiBgar, B*c*c*s*fs*
RRR'BB
cc.    Mr. B.D* Margetts
Mcsitre_l,  Que.
 2.
"PRINCESS  MARGUERITE"
Victoria-Seattle Route
and Victoria-Port
Angeles  Route	
First Officer
HOURS OF DUTY
0730 - 0915
1100 - 1200
1300 - 2215
1 3/4 hours
1    hour
9 1/4 hours
TOTAL:
12
hours
Second Officer
0800 - 1100 3
1200 - 1900 7
2130 - 2330   2
TOTAL:
12
hours
hours
The  leave basis  for the First and Second Officers  will be  1.24
per day worked.     The First and Second Officers  will  be allowed
one   (1)   hour's   overtime to  compensate  for  extra time  on duty,
particularly due to insufficient meal period.
"PRINCESS   PATRICIA"
First Officer
and
Second Officer
Vancouver-Skagway  (Alaska)
Route - May - October	
HOURS   OF   DUTY
Work 6 hour watches.
Third Officer
On duty from 2200 to
0600, plus an additional
one (1) hour to two (2)
hours during the day relieving the First and
Second Officers for
meals, etc.
The leave basis for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24 per
day worked.
The Third Officer, who will be working ten (10) hours a day, will
receive leave on the basis of .9 per day worked.
 January 27, 1976.
File MO* T-75-69
capt. G.w. Beater
#201, 386S !=hellbourne
Victoria, B.C.
ma^m9***mw    mmmmmm* mmmmme e
Last year you node the worthwhile suggestion for
presentation of bccss house flags on the occasion
of Captain's Diimer.
Since that tiras wa have been endeavouring to secure
costs for same, but now find that to give us an
adequate supply with a satisfactory presentation,
would far exceed our financial capabilities. For
your information, wa are looking at a cost of approximately $7,000.00. Mass production would not
alter the cost to any degree. Alternatives are
being looked at, but for the time being regret that
your suggestion, which in our estimation would have
greatly enhanced our Captain's Dinner, must be
We certainly appreciate your keen interest in tha
"Prinosss Patricia," and are open to any suggestions
made at any time.
With best personal regards,
yours very truly.
R.R.  REID
Asst* Manager, B.CCS.S.
RRR'BB
 5.
GENERAL REMARKS;
On any occasion the Masters require an additional Officer on duty,
while fog prevails or during adverse weather, or for any other
reason which necessitates Deck Officers working longer hours than
those shown in this memorandum, then overtime sheets are to be
submitted which first require the Master's approval.  The reason
for the overtime worked must be shown.  Overtime shall be allowed
on the basis of time and one-half of the regular rate.
H.L. THOMPSON
Manager, Marine Operations
Vancouver, B.C.
April 13, 1974.
 VANCOUVER, January 27, 1976,
J. Yates
Mr. J.G. Shave
Vancouver, B.C.
Pilmt     T-75-69
With reference to your letter of January 22nd, File 2210,
concerning BCCSS house flags.
In view of the cost involved and the quantity required,
we feel we will have to forget about this feature.
Many thanks for all the inquiries node on our behalf.
Maaiager, B.CCS.S.
RRR'BB
■ .
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast Steamship Service
MEMORANDUM COVERING WORKING AND LEAVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
DECK OFFICERS EMPLOYED ON B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
 VESSELS - 1 9 7 4	
All Times Shown are Local
"PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
*First Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
HOURS OF DTTTY
0730 - 0915 1 3/4 hours
1100 - 1200 1    hour
1230 - 1330 1
1700 - 2215 5 1/4 hours
Second Officer
TOTAL:
1100
9
hours
0800 -
3
hours
1200 -
1430
2
1/2
n
1700 -
1330
1
1/2
ii
2130 -
2330
2
ii
TOTAL:
9
hours
On the Victoria-Seattle route only, the leave basis for the First
and Second Officers will be .9 per day worked.  Any additional
time on duty for the First and Second Officers is to be covered
by the submission of overtime sheets, duly approved by the Master,
As the "Princess Marguerite" is in port from 1245 to 1800 daily,
the Second Officer will have sufficient time to carry out his
regular maintenance and other duties.
*If required, the First Officer is to be employed for one (1)
additional hour between 0730 and 1100, or in Seattle for oes-
half (h)  hour from 2300 to 2330.
Under this arrangement there will be two (2) Officers on duty
during the loading of the vessel. There will also be two (2)
Officers on duty for approximately one-half (H)   hour after departure of the vessel from Seattle or after arrival in Seattle.
The services of a Deck Officer in Seattle after 2330 will not be
required.
 January 27, 1976.
File No. T-76-1032
Ms. Ginnle Beardsley
540 view Royal Avs.
Victoria, B.C.
V93 3B7
m*a^im&mmm        m mmw  9        mmr^*^m\mm mam* *m*m*m^F   9
This has reference to your telephone request for
truck and trailer information,
46,000 commercial vehicles were moved between Vancouver and Nanaimo in our service during 1975.
Enclosed is our Vancouver-Nanaimo schedule. In
addition, we have a double deck rail and trailer
vessel on charter to us for daily service*
Trusting the above is the information you require.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S .s,
JY'BB
!ii«-
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast Steamship Service
MEMORANDUM COVERING WORKING AND LEAVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
DECK OFFICERS EMPLOYED ON B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
VESSELS - 1 9 7 4
All Times Shown are Local
"PRINCESS MARGUERITE'
*First Officer
Second Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
HOURS OF DUTY
0730 - 0915 1 3/4 hours
1100 - 1200 1    hour
1230 - 1330 1
1700 - 2215 5 1/4 hours
TOTAL:
1100
9
hours
0800 -
3
hours
1200 -
1430
2
1/2
■I
1700 -
1330
1
1/2
ii
2130 -
2330
2
H
TOTAL:
9
hours
On the Victoria-Seattle route only, the leave basis for the First
and Second Officers will be .9 per day worked. Any additional
time on duty for the First and Second Officers is to be covered
by the submission of overtime sheets, duly approved by the Master,
As the "Princess Marguerite" is in port from 1245 to 1800 daily,
the Second Officer will have sufficient time to carry out his
regular maintenance and other duties.
*If required, the First Officer is to be employed for one (1)
additional hour between 0730 and 1100, or in Seattle for one-
half (h)  hour from 2300 to 2330.
Under this arrangement there will be two (2) Officers on duty
during the loading of the vessel.  There will also be two (2)
Officers on duty for approximately one-half (^) hour after departure of the vessel from Seattle or after arrival in Seattle.
The services of a Deck Officer in Seattle after 2330 will not be
required.
 January 27, 1976
Piles T-76-40
Mi'* Pierre Moreau
3472 Belmore
Montreal* Quebec
H4_ 2B$
Dear Mr* Moreau:
Thank you for your latter ef January 16, enquiring aa to the
possibility ef employment on thia Company'* veaaels.
We will have vacancies around the beginning of May for Porters
on our cruise vessel the "Prineees Patricia !, but i would point
out thet it is not the policy to hire sight unseen and employment
will depend upon you being available asA in Vancouver when yon
are required. Transportation to and free Vancouver to be at your
own expense*
The work of a Porter involves carrylug baggage, washing dishes
and cleaning, etc., with the possibility of promotion to Kessboy
end Walter after some experience has been gained.
If it is your intention to come to Vancouver in any event,please
do not hesitate to call in to my office and discuss your prospects
with our Mr. H.L* Hudson.
Yours truly,
J* YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S .is.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2. 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 19?4 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY      JON      JUN      JUN       JLY      JLY      JLY      JLY    AUG
LV.   VANCOUVER
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
AR. WRANGELL
LV, WRANGELL
2_Q3C
"0830"
1300
'I830
2045
...gl
JUN
2
..A.
jo
10
16
24
10
18
18_
18
26
4
12
20
20
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Buy, Tarr & Hcpkins Inlets
A  return.
OF^AF/H^T C0VE 2?0°
AR.   SKAGWAY'
LV._SKAGWAY
AR,   JUNEAU
LV,   JUNEAU
11
19
27
21
b,
4
._________,__;.-;
NGELL
AR,
irm - ^ry.xse
NARROWS
TERT
0815
23Q0_
O83O
1230
1500-1900
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
1300
-u V   ,
FRI'A.;
n pu 1
'ERA
I6A3
<_B.
T ~T
ALERT
ALERT
BAA
BAY
14 00
1700
AR.
/ANCO
TVER
„.	
——— •    ,.
0900
5  13
14
21
29
15
23
22
30
24
TT V
1 15.
16
___
24"
17
25
10
26
PORTS OF CALL
LV~VANCOUVER"
AR. KETCHIKAN*
LV. KETCHIKAN
MJG
AUG  AUG  SEPT
2030
11
27
L
0830
1500
29
AR. WRANGELL
LV, WRANGELL
1830
204o
29
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
A return,
OjglgART:JjIT _C0v E	
AR. SKJ.GWAY
LV. SKAGWAY	
AR. JUNEAU
LV, JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
1300
.'■C-Ok.
0815
2300_
'0830
1230
1500-
15
15
"23"
23
2£l
31
31
2.
16  24
SEPT
1
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV, PPTNCE EuPEAT
AR. ALERT BAY
LV, ALERT BAY
1300
25
10
AR. VANCOUVER
1400
J22_.
0900
10
26
19
3
4"
11
12
26
3
28
28
29
30
J_L
31
AUG
1
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 January 27, 1976
filei T-7*-40
Ms* iyaae wojclk
Boa 70
Kendall Hall
Certlandfl Hew York  13045
u. S. mm
\ '
Dear Ms* Vojcikj
Thank you for your latter expressing Interest In working on our
cruise vessel*.
Before considering your application, it will be necessary to
know whether you are a Canadian citlsen or have landed immigrant
status* All ef our vessels ara Canadian registered and similar7y
to United States* registered vessels, we cannot employ aliens.
Sorry we cannot be of ame help at this tine but suggest you contact
one of the larger American shipping companies. We hope you arm'-
eventually successful ia obtaining the kind of employment yocxare
seeking.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
Date:  January 1, 1974
Department:
B.C. Coast St
samship Service
Seniority Group: Uncertif
Lcated Ratings
in the Deck
Department
Seniority
Christian
Date (
Df
Standing No.
Surname
Name
Perm. No.
Seniority
1
MARTIN
James
P-134838
July
1
1937
2
KISSACK
Roy M.
P-162549
May
3;
1942
3
JACKSON
Joseph P.
P-301053
Aug.
18
1946
4
MAC LEOD
Alexander D.
P-310681
Sept.
19'
1947
5
SAY
Walter
P-311650
Oct.
25
1947
6
JAMIESON
Robert
P-332419
Aug.
13
, 1951
7
MC LURE
Alexander
P-148356
April
13
, 1951
a
HENRICKSON
Svend A.W.
344312
Jan.
4
1952
9
NOOR
Rafael
P-347789
May
29
1957
10
MAC NEIL
Joseph C.
419822
May
12
1965
11
LOTT
Ernst
393864
July
23
1965
12
DAVEDOFF
William
36OO85
May
1
1966
13
TWATT
Angus
432993
April
19
. 1967
14
BIRD
Arthur E.
P-373400
April
28
, 1970
15
RICHARDS
Jack D.
445187
April
28
1971
16
BOLZ
Berthold
460611
May
7
1971
17
MC INNIS
Lome E.
323992
July
14.
1971
IS
CAMPBELL
John E.
427947
Aug.
18
1971
19
EKONOMOU
Spyros
456710
April
28
, 1972
20
STANLEY
Walter D.
445209
May
10
, 1972
21
VINE
James S.
456716
May
16
. 1972
22
SEGARICH
Vladimir
456738
June
8
, 1972
23
CATHERINE
Eric
368088
June
9
, 1972
24
WALKER
George
456754
June
23
, 1972
25
PENN
Ivan C.
313533
March
16
1973
26
BEECH
William H.
373415
March
23
1973
Vancouver, B.C.
 January 27, 1976
Filet 137700
Capt* J*H. Sandberg
10355 Main Street
Delta, B.C.
7mm %n
Bear Capt. Sandbarg:
We have received the enclosed from Pensions Benefits, Montreal,
and will appreciate you completing and signing font P.P.42(a) and
returning it to this office*
For your informetion, in 1972 every employee who had not contributed
to the Pension Flan during the first six months of service were
contacted by Montreal and given the opportunity to make thia up.
Apparently they either overlooked you or you declined.
Me think that in connection with the "70 Point" matter they have
finally got around to your pension record file, so recommend your
letting us have the completed forms back as soon as possible*
Tours truly.
•J. YAiSS,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
1b
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
n
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230    5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR, PRINCE RUPERT
LV, PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1643
14
22
30
16
24
31
AUG
1
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
i4oo
1700
7 15
23
JLY
1
17 25
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8  16
24
10
18   26
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier-
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
AR. SKAGWAY       " 0815
LV. SKAGWAY     2300
14
22
30
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230   16
1500-1900
24
SEPT
1
10
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
k
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV, WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
164s
J7 25
10
AR.
LV,
ALERT BAY
ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18  26
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19  27
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25.1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tida]
and weather conditions and to change without notice,
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VAflCOWEH, January 27,  1976
J* Yates
Mr. W.C* Sylander
Gene-al Claims Agent
Vancouver
File: X-75-25
Your letter of January 20, 1976, file 75/2724, concerning
Mrs* Elisabeth Clarke who claims m'as was injured aboard the "Princess
Patricia" on October 3, 1975.
The Steward for Mrs. Clarke on that trip was William Kousselet of
290 West Balmoral Road, North Vancouver, B.C*, telephone 985-9455*
He will be leaving town shortly mm advised your office on the telephone
yesterday* The only knowledge he hes of the incident is when Mrs* Clarke
told hia next morning, although he ie sure that the lady was indeed
hurt in some way*
As previously advised, the only Stewardess on board is Mrs* Josie Brandner
who advised us about one week ago that she coald not recall the accident*
Mrs* Bracdnar is presently out of town and 1 will question her further
when she returns.
Based on the fact that Steward Rousaelet remembers the incident it
would appear that Mrs. Clarke's claim has some basis. ,
,i ■ - ■
Immigration Form for Mrs. Clarke is attached, as requested.
"0i     '    y ■■ • ,y
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
HLH/jb
...      ■ ■ . .
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■ . , ■  ■ .■
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VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Mobile Homes - Nanaimo
$1.78 per foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40
Feet
$ 71.00
$ 80.50
$ 90.00
$ 99.00
42
ii
75.00
85.00
94.00
104.00
44
it
78.00
89.00
99.00
109.00
46
ii
82.00
93.00
103.00
114.00
48
ii
86.00
97.00
108.00
119.00
50
it
89.00
101.00
112.00
124.00
52
it
93.00
105.00
117.00
129.00
54
ii
96.00
109.00
121.00
134.00
56
ii
100.00
113.00
126.00
138.00
58
H
103.00
117.00
130.00
143.00
60
ii
107.00
121.00
135.00
148.00
62
■1
111.00
125.00
139.00
153.00
64
H
114.00
129.00
144.00
158.00
66
■I
118.00
133.00
148.00
163.00
68
H
121.00
137.00
152.00
168.00
4
 TELEX VANCOUVER,  B.C.,   JAN.   27/76
Pile:     341-C
B.D. MARGETTS    01-20365
MONTREAL, QUE.
INCAN ST L/fcURL NOR SHIP UNABLE FIT REQUIRED BERTHS NORTH VANC
AND INITIAL ESTIMATED DAILY COST CHARTER CONSIDERED IMPRACTICAL
CONSIDER PROPOSAL CLOSED
TO MEET THEIR REQUIREMENT REQUEST YOU ADVISE INCAN SHIPS
BCC-20
J. YATES
MANAGER,   BCCSS
ANC'BB
 TELEX
J.D. MASON     MDMD
MONTREAL, QUE.
JDM/1 BDM/103 FURTHER M. BCC-11
TO BE INITIALLED AND PASSED ALOfJS
^S^fr?^
ftm^^ys
Marine ^un             lent
Sli                                        :r
TC<L    .
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1  Accountant
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CPT - NOV 30 NANAIMO PAID JAN 20
CAPITAL FRT - NOV 30 NANAIMO PAID JAN 20
DOMAN - ALL NANAIMO-VANCOUVER FOR NOVEMBER PAID JAN 23
HEANEY CTGK - NOV 21/30 SWARTZ BAX" PAID JAN 22
J T L - NANAIMO NOV 21 AND SWARTZ BAY NOV 21/30 PAID JAN 22
COMMONWEALTH HOMES - SEPT 14 PAID JAN 22
DILLINGHAM - NANAIMO NOV 30 PAID JAN 20
MAIRS TRET,- ALL NOVEMBER NANAIMO AND SWARTZ BAY PAID JAN 22
MAPLEWDOD POULTRY - NOV 21/30 PAID JAN 13
PACIFIC PRODUCE - NOV 21/30 NANAIMO PAID JAN 21
UNION CARBIDE - NOV 21 NANAIMO PAID JAll 22
WATSON MOBILE - OCT 14 PAID JAN 16
BCC-18  PLEASE FORWARD COPY MR MARGETTS
J. YATES
MANAGER, BCCSS
WOWO
CAA'BB
 I
y
m
VANCOUVER, January 26, 1976. Files  76.ALA.055.
J. Yates
Mir. B.D. Margetts
Montreal, Que*
Wears attaching Space Availability Report Mo. 1/76,
mmm^amm*m^^ *m**majm    a* mmm/i^mm*-   ^sppw aB^iSBiwwsp^iMP     ** m*mr*^ ^yamwm*aammm*m.a^m     w *m f^a   mmm*    mwmmm*t^m \m*amm m*
availability, ia comparison with 6894 in 1975.
Report will be forwarded every tvo weeks Until the beginning of May. -   ;
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
i
 CANADIAN        PACIFIC        LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
MEMORANDUM COVERING WORKING AND LEAVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
DECK OFFICERS EMPLOYED ON B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
 VESSELS - 1 9 7 4	
All Times Shown are Local
"PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
*First Officer
Second Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
HOURS OF DUTY
0730 - 0915 1 3/4 hours
1100 - 1200 1    hour
1230 - 1330 1
1700 - 2215 5 1/4 hours
TOTAL:
1100
9
hours
0800 -
3
hours
1200 -
1430
2
1/2
ii
1700 -
1330
1
1/2
ii
2130 -
2330
2
ii
TOTAL?
9
hours
On the Victoria-Seattle route only, the leave basis for the First
and Second Officers will be .9 per day worked.  Any additional
time on duty for the First and Second Officers is to be covered
by the submission of overtime sheets, duly approved by the Master,
As the "Princess Marguerite" is in port from 1245 to 1800 daily,
the Second Officer will have sufficient time to carry out his
regular maintenance and other duties.
*If required, the First Officer is to be employed for one (1)
additional hour between 07 30 and 1100, or in Seattle for one-
half {%)  hour from 2300 to 2330.
Under this arrangement there will be two (2) Officers on duty
during the loading of the vessel.  There will also be two (2)
Officers on duty for approximately one-half (%) hour after departure of the vessel from Seattle or after arrival in Seattle.
The services of a Deck Officer in Seattle after 2330 will not be
required.
 January 26, 1976,
File No. 104
Mr. Thomas Der
General Manager
Capital Freightways Ltd.
P.O. Box 1262
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Tons
This has reference to your letter of January 13th
regarding the Provincial Government's imposition
of a rate freeze on transportation of all foodstuffs, drugs, and petroleum, products until
February 1, 1976, and your consequent request for
a rollback on trailer loads of foodstuffs.
You can appreciate some of the problems we run
into with this type of request, because of the
various commodities handled; however, as promised
in our telephone conversation, this matter will be
given urgent consideration, and I shall get back
to you as quickly as possible.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JY'BB
 0800
Mon. - Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
1600
Mon. - Thurs
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
2400
Mon. - Sun.
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-50
50
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-85
85
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-50
50
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-50
50
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-100
100
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-100
100
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-140
140
16-21
11-15
1-10
22-45   45
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
0400
Mon. - Sat.
Sun.
1200
Mon. - Fri.
Sat. & Sun.
2000
Mon.
Sat.
Sun.
- Fri
11-12
11-12
11-12
11-12
11-12
6-50
1-5
50
6-50
1-5
50
6-70
1-5
70
6-115
1-5
115
6-40
1-5
40
6-45
1-5
45
6-60
1-5
60
Princess Marguerite
SEATTLE - VICTORIA
0845
1-54
61-90
55-60
90
VICTORIA - SEATTLE
1800
6-35
71-75
36-70
76-85
1-5
90
PORT ANGELES - VICTORIA
1545
1-5
16-90
6-15
90
VICTORIA  -  PORT ANGELES
1345
1-5
6-10
11-90
90
 January 26, 1976*
File No. 351
Mr. F. Young
Western District Traffic Manager
CfrTWfi&frn Industries Limited
800 Terminal Avenue
Vancouver, B.C.
V6A aM8
Dear Mr. Youngs .
This has reference to your joint letter of January
16th concerning the installation of a turning
dolphin at James Island to accomodate the self*
propelled "Seaspan Greg" and "Seaspan Doris,
ii
i *
1 have discussed this natter with our Marketing
and Sales people, and no mm recalls the 1971 discussion to share in ths cost of installing this
dolphin* I would point out that our contract with
Seaspan provides for ths use of a tug and barge, '
not the " -easpan Dor is t" however, they do have ths
option, .in order to utilise their own equipment*
m*mm    mj^&mmamammm    oswweie 'Xm^^^^maw jp^ammme   aa^mme* mmmm mmmm    mama.mimmm    mmm**mmmmmmmmmmmmma e
X am afraid we cannot consider participation' in the
cost of such an installation.
Yours very truly.
J* YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JY'BB
be.    Mr. G.T. Bates, District Manager, fterketing & Sales,
Vancouver, B.C.
Mr. B.D. Margetts, General Manager, Coastal Marine
operations, Montreal, Cue.
 0800
Mon. -
Fri.
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-50
5o
Sat.
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-85
85
Sun.
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-50
50
1600
Mon. -
Thurs.
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-50
50
Fri.
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-100
100
Sat.
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-100
100
Sun.
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-140
140
2400
Mon. -
Sun.
-
16-21
-
11-15
1-10
22-45
45
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
0400
Mon. -
Sat.
-
-
-
-
6-50
1-5
50
Sun.
-
-
-
-
6-50
1-5
50
1200
Mon. -
Fri.
-
11-12
-
-
6-70
1-5
70
Sat. &
Sun.
-
11-12
-
-
6-115
1-5
115
2000
Mon. -
Fri.
-
11-12
-
-
6-40
1-5
40
Sat.
-
11-12
-
-
6-45
1-5
45
Sun.
-
11-12
-
-
6-60
1-5
60
Princess Marqu
erite
SEATTLE - VICTORIA
0845
-
1-54
61-90
-
55-60
-
-
90
VICTORIA - SEATTLE
1800
6-35
71-75
36-70
76-85
1-5
90
PORT ANGELES   - VICTORIA
1545
1-5
16-90
6-15
90
VICTORIA  -   PORT  ANGELES
1345
1-5
6-10
11-90
90
 January 26, 1976.
File No. 601
Mr. Thomas Dar
General Manager
capital Freightways Ltd.
P.O. Box 1262
Victoria, B.C.
With reference to your letter of January 7th concerning hostling service rate in Vancouver, this
will confirm telephone acceptance of the Vancouver
rate, and also the 12*£S increase at swartz Bay.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
JY'BB
 0800
Mon.
-
Fri.
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-50
5b   .
Sat.
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-85
85
Sun.
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-50
50
1600
Mon.
-
Thurs
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-50
50
Fri.
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-100
100
Sat.
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-100
100
Sun.
1-3
16-20
21-25
11-15
4-10
26-140
140
2400
Mon.
-
Sun.
-
16-21
-
11-15
1-10
22-45
45
VANCOUVER -
NANAIMO
0400
Mon.
-
Sat.
-
-
-
-
6-50
1-5
50
Sun.
-
-
-
-
6-50
1-5
50
1200
'
Mon.
-
Fri.
-
11-12
-
-
6-70
1-5
70
Sat.
&
Sun.
-
11-12
-
-
6-115
1-5
115
2000
Mon.
-
Fri.
-
11-12
-
-
6-40
1-5
40
Sat.
-
11-12
-
-
6-45
1-5
45
Sun.
-
11-12
-
-
6-60
1-5
60
Princess  Marguerite
SEATTLE   -  VICTORIA
0845
1-54
61-90
55-60
90
VICTORIA  -  SEATTLE
1800
6-35
71-75
36-70       1-5
76-85
90
PORT  ANGELES   -  VICTORIA
1545
1-5
16-90
6-15
90
VICTORIA  -   PORT  ANGELES
1345
1-5
6-10
11-90
90
I
 January 26, 1976,
File No. T-75-10
Officer in Charge
Port of Prince Rupert
National Harbours Board
P.O. Box 730
Prince Rupert, B.C.
V8J 3sl
Dear sirs
This has reference to attached Invoice ll/PR/775,
covering berthage and water consumption charges
for the TEV "Princess Patricia."
Our records indicate that two vouchers were issued
in this office, on October 15th and 27th, 1975;
however, receipt fron N.H.B. indicates they were
not received until December 8th.
As these payments were .held up due to the postal
strike, X do not feel we should be liable for interest payments, and would very raudh appreciate
your clarification of this matter.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JY'BB
I
 SWARTZ BAY - VANCOUVER
0600
Mon.
Sat.
20
30
50
2130.
Mon. - Fri
Prior to holidays and anticipated heavy traffic on weekends, an extra
barge, if necessary, will be placed into service to handle rail and
trailers.
The assignment of automobile space is being made to provide prompt and
efficient service for our patrons and to encourage greater movement of
automobiles. Agents are to ensure that all members of their staff are
full cognizant of the availability of space and procedure.
Any spaces held by Seattle Wharf on the PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER not used
on the day in question are to be released by the Agent to the Purser,
PRINCESS MARGUERITE, prior to departure of that vessel from Seattle, at
0845.  Purser, PRINCESS MARGUERITE, will, immediately upon arrival at
Victoria, release all unsold space for the 1600 sailing of the PRINCESS
OF VANCOUVER from Nanaimo to Vancouver to the Agent, Victoria Wharf.
Agent, Victoria Wharf will promptly teletype Nanaimo Ticket Office,
giving him particulars of any space not used.  The same procedure is
to be followed for the 1200 and 2000 sailings from Vancouver, except
the teletype to be from Victoria to Nanaimo.
The Agent, Port Angeles, who has been allotted assignment of automobile
space on the 0800 and 1600 sailings of the PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER from
Nanaimo to Vancouver and he will advise Purser, PRINCESS MARGUERITE,
daily of number of spaces used.  Purser will, upon arrival at Victoria,
inform Agent, who will release to Nanaimo at least 24 hours prior, as
much of this space as he can estimate he will not require.
It is to be understood that Agents who require additional aut3mobile
space will teletype to the office holding such space, requesting that
they be assigned additional space.
H.L. Thompson
Manager, Marine Operations
March 21, 1974.
Mr. R.R. Reid
Mr. A.A. Faulkner
Mr. E. Robinson
Mr. E.A. Morgan
Master,
Purser,
First Officer
"Princess of Vancouver
(Master,
(First Officer,
(Second Officer,
/Chief Steward,
("Carrier Princess"
Second Officer,) Master,  First Officer, )
Third Officer, ) Purser,  Second Officer )
) "Princess Marguerite"   )
(2)
Mr. R.M.
Stokes
(2)
(2)
Mr. L.G.
Armstrong
(2)
(2)
Mr. H.J.
Tumilty
(2)
(2)
Mr. P.A.
Pendergrass
(2)
 Jenuary 26, 1976
Filet 613653
Mr* L. Ruffalo
1815 Fairhurst avenue
Victoria, B.C.
aeet Mr. Ruffulo:
To obtain refund of pension contributions, please sign the
enclosed fores P.F.35 where Indicated by pencilled "X", returning
sane to this office as soon as possible.
Refund should reach.in approximately six weeks from our Montreal
Office.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
#iWWeS|iffc   m
C»C.S.S.
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CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA'
1
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
?
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
r-
1
7
AR, JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
AR. VANCOUVER
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR, KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
1300
2200
0815
2300
14
15
15
22
23
23
30
31
31
7
8
8
	
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -- Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
sEPa
1
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
16^-5
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates cf arrival and departure from ports will he
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VmUmmm,  January 26, 1976 file: 464534 (1)
J. ietee
Mv. t. Irvine
Chief Steward
miscssg of vamcouv_&
mat  tei¥jr, ff^mMMmil. fry fmfrftfffr ,fli*s« sa,„ii«wm *fri IV^
flease advise this office if Mr. Sag attends « doctor or requires
to lay off mask this account.
Manager* g.C.C.S.S.
cc; Mr. Robert Eng, Porter, "Prineees of Vancouver"
JB
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CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVIC1
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
]
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA'
1
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
?
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV, PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
r_
y>
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
AR. VANCOUVER
1400
17OO
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return,
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPI
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
c
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
l4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 26, 1976
J. Yates
Mr. £. Robinson
NAN6IH0
Enclosed herewith is duplicate cheque #4.015-063, in favour of
T.J. Shyshka.
Please have Mr. Shyahka complete, sign and return to thia office
the enclosed Affidavit fora along with the enclosed receipt fora
#599.
Should the original cheque cooe to hand, it should be returned
iaaediately to this office.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA
I
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
2030
0830
1300
31
JUN
2
8
10
16
18
24
26
2
4
10
12
18
20
26
28
3
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
AR. VANCOUVER
i4oo
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
•
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPI
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
i4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR, VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to ti
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
ia.I
 VANCOUVER, Jenuery 26, 1976 Pile: T-76-14-1
J. Yates
Mr. I. Robinson
B68AXN0
While berthing at fcanaiao at 1218, January 15, port bow ef "Carrier
Princess" set sgainst leading pile on offshore side of "Horseshoe."
Kindly let ae have your report.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
n
1
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV.'JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
14  22
30
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
230C
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VAKCOUVEK, January 26, 1976 File: 560
J. Yates
UX.  C.S.A. Lavallee
Supervisor
Special Projects & Corporete
Archives
Montreal
Me have on hand surplus 500, eight inch plates in"Canadian Pacific"
Maple Leaf crockery.
Kindly advise if you are interested in obtaining these for "Bygones."
Manager, B.C.C.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV, VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
0
O
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8  16
24
10
18
26
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
*
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
24
31
31
SEP!
1
8
8
1
9
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 January 26, 1976
Files X-76-40
Mr. K.J. Parsons
Box 71
Osoyoos, B.C.
Dear Mr. Persons!
1 have received year letter of January 1$, enquiring aa to tha
possibility of employment on this Company's vessels for yon and
your wife.
while your Hated experience indicate that you both have excellent
qualifications, it is regretted that it has been Canadian Pacific1a
policy for many years not to employ aan and wife In the same department; furthermore, we do not have married crews' quarters en any
of our vessels.
there ie the possibility of employment on separate vessel* beginning
in the lower categories of Porter and Coffee Room Assistant, limited
to our ferry the "Princess of Vancouver" for Mrs* Parsons.
If you are still interested, kindly advise further or call in to this
office if you happen to be in Vancouver.
Sorry we cannot be store helpful but your interest in Canadian Pacific
is appreciated.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
B.CCS.S,
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
1
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA
i
11
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
0830
1300
31
JUN
2
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
L
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
O83O
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
AR. VANCOUVER
1400
1700
0900
7
8
15
16
23
24
JLY
1
2
9
10
17
18
25
26
2
3
10
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
24
31
31
SEPlI
1
8
8
9
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
i4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
»   Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to ti
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
dal
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., JAM. 26/76
Filet  609
B.D. MARGETTS   01-20365
MONTREAL, QUE.
N END VANC IS VOY NO 66 JAN 24/76 A 16 B 4 C 19 D ONE PLUS 7
RAIL FOR ESTD REV 10,600 STOP SBD A 11 B ONE C ONE D ONE PLUS
5 MP RAIL FOR ESTD REV 3100 TOTAL REV 13,700    BOC-19
J. YATES
MANAGER, BCCSS
CAA'BB
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VANCOUVER,   B.C.,   JAN.   26/76
Filei    T-76-101-POV
A.   MCDERMOTT
01-20642
MONTREAL,   QUE.
PR  OF VANCOUVER
ENTERED BURRARD DRYDOCK 0640 DATE ON THE  BLOCKS
0710 DRY 0735
BCC-17
J. YATES
MANAGER,   BCCSS
HLH^BB
 VANCOUVER,  January 23,   1976.
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Mr. C.A. Aitken
Vancouver,  B.C.
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Accourricfif
Confirming conversation with reference to tho handling of
tho original I coupon of BCS 5x5.' '
™. *e**™ >*.    ^a m^mm    £y mm*mmmimm %m    mmmm m*mmmm*armm    .^yammm*ammmmm*^*y mm^m am jr     mm****     a* miam* eesem»w^wm^ifc    *** va*,j**mmmy**y m m\^^ mm^^m ^*
to uplift at ahip'• aide, all original BC5 5x5*8 presented
for service by livo truck, trailer, and may other associated
traffic, sorting inroiserical order, together with original
of BCS 5x5 *s received from Wharf Ticket OffUm at end of
operation.    Together they are to be forwarded to Mr. H.S.
H&rrlman, Manager,  Revenue Accounting, Montreal, using the
attached mimeographed form for thia purpose and retaining
mmrnmrn^^m       mm**     m*m^m*^^^&      mm^mr^m      Jg m**^mmm ■     ~* ^^mma0m^mm* ma^^* m
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Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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oo*    Mr. J.H. Suzuki, Vancouver.
Please arrange for a member of your staff to sort BCS
5x5 "s Issued for bill lag purposes, and each day hand
thata to Terminal Supervisor for inclusion In his supply*
Purser,   "Princess of Vancouver"
Please arrange When Terminal Supervisor Is not on duty
over waekend, to collect BCS SxS's and turn then ever
to Traffic Supervisor on Monday morning.
Mr* G. Doc&erill, Vtncouvar*
manager, B.CCS.S.
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VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Mobile Homes - Nanaimo
40 Feet
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
$1.78 per foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
71.00
$ 80.50
$ 90.00
$ 99.00
75.00
85.00
94.00
104.00
78.00
89.00
99.00
109.00
82.00
93.00
103.00
114.00
86.00
97.00
108.00
119.00
89.00
101.00
112.00
124.00
93.00
105.00
117.00
129.00
96.00
109.00
121.00
134.00
100.00
113.00
126.00
138.00
103.00
117.00
130.00
143.00
107.00
121.00
135.00
148.00
111.00
125.00
139.00
153.00
114.00
129.00
144.00
158.00
118.00
133.00
148.00
163.00
121.00
137.00
152.00
168.00
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January 23, 1976.
File No* T-76-10
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Messrs* George Sullivan
6 Bill R. Vernon
Co-Chairraen
Alaska Resources Development Committee
215 Columbia St.
Seattle, Washington 98104*
Gentlement '
. Thank you kindly for your latter of January 5th,
but regret that duo to this Company*s policy, wa
are unable to contribute financially to the cause
Which you have so excellently described.
We wish you every success In your venture*
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager,  B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
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(4)
(5)
(6)
Unaccompanied autos, %-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity to 6,000 lbx.
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity over 6,000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
Boat Trailers, Bogies
Commercial Freight Trailers
$21.00
$25.00
$34.50
$23.00
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Trucks
Units
Up to 20 feet
21-26 feet
27-31
32-36
37-41
42-45
50
55
60
41 feet = $63.00
50 " - 78.00
55 " - 87.00
60 " = 95.00
65 " = 100.00
70   "  = 108.00
$1.67 per ft.
min. $10.00,
35 feet - $59.00
40 feet - 63.00
45 feet - 69.00
Overwidth - $.23 per ft,
Overhang - $1.67 "  "
$39.00
48.00,
52.00
59.00
63.00
69.00
77.00
86.00
94.00
+ $1.67 per foot
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January 23,  1976.
File No.   76-CHA.529,S.
Mr. R.C. Kercheval
2201 - 6th Ave*A3.
Seattle,  Washington.
Dear Mr. Kercheval i
A few years ago we had the pleasure of accommodating
the Nile Temple on board the  "Princess  Patricia" to
Skagway;# Alaska and return,  in association with
Gizeh Temple, Vancouver.
During the interim, we have heard from time to time
that Nile Temple might again be considering charter
of the   "Princess  Patricia," either on a shortened
cruise to Ketchikan or Juneau,  or as  formerly,  to
Skagway.    Wib Thompson has mentioned that as you
are the current Potentate,  information regarding our
charter programme this year could be forwarded to
you,  in the event there is serious consideration
being given this possibility.
We are enclosing current literature available on this
year's normal cruise season, particularly the Alaska
brochure, showing fate structure and schedule of the
ship on a regular cruise.    The charter the ship outright to Skagway arid return during 1976,  on a cruise
similar to that shown in our folder,  for approximately
300 passengers would be $150,000.00 Canadian funds
net to CP Rail  (BCCSS).    On a shortened cruise, an
estimate of cost would be $20,000.00 per day.    This
amount covers all facilities except bar,  gratuities,
arid any shore excursions.
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RATES
(1) Unaccompanied autos, %-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
(2) Forklifts, capacity to 6,000 lbx.
Includes loading and unloading.
(3) Forklifts, capacity over 6,000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
(4) Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
$21.00
$25.00
$34.50
$23.00
(5)  Boat Trailers, Bogies
(6)  Commercial Freight Trailers
$1.67 per ft.
min. $10.00-
35 feet - $59.00
40 feet - 63.00
45 feet - 69.00
Overwidth - $.23 per ft,
Overhang - $1.67 "  P
VANCOUVER
- NANAIMO
Trucks
»
Up
to 20 feet
21-26 feet
27-31  "
32-36  "
37-41  "
42-45  "
50
55
60
\
Units
41 feet =
50   " =
55   "  -
60   "  =
$63.00 +
78.00
87.00
95.00
\
65   "  =
70   "  =
100.00
108.00
$1.67 per foot
$39.00
48.00
52.00
59.00
63.00
69.00
77.00
86.00
94.00
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During 1976 tho "Princess Patricia * will be in service from May 15th until October 2nd. Longer day*
light hours In the spring make May an Ideal month for
travel up north, and if you are considering a skagway
cruise, Msy 7th could bo made available to you. If
a fall cruise Is contemplated * tho ship could depart
evening of October 2nd.
DO*i ' •
As many of tho hriners are familiar with the "Princess
Patricia," we can only say that the ship remains in
excellent operating shape and that we have continually
upgraded her interior, yet not detracted from the com*
fortable atmosphere, trttidh wo Intend to maintain.
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Should there bo Interest by tho Nile Shrine in chartering the ship during 1976, or prospects for 1977, ws
will certainly bo pleased to hoar from you and to
furriiah you with any information you may desire*
While 1977 rates will not bo discussed until early
g 3 summer, we can approximate roughly a 10* increase over
.. 1976 fares, based on labour negotiations, fuel costs,
and general increase In operating costs.
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(!)
Unaccompanied autos, ^-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
$21.00
(2)
Forklifts, capacity to 6,000 lbx.
Includes loading and unloading.
$25.00
(3)
Forklifts, capacity over 6,000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
$34.50
(4)
Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
$23.00
(5)
k
Boat Trailers, Bogies
$1.67 per ft.
min. $10.00
(6)
Commercial Freight Trailers
35 feet - $59.00
40 feet - 63.00
45 feet - 69.00
Overwidth - $.23 per ft.
Overhang - $1.67 "  V
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
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Trucks             Up to 20 feet
$39.00
21-26 feet
48.00
27-31  "
52.00
•
32-36  "
59.00
}:
37-41  "
63.00
42-45  "
69.00
50
77.00
55
86.00
60
94.00
Units                    41 feet = $63.00 +
$1.67 per foot
50   "  =  78.00
55   "  -  87.00
60   "  =  95.00
.
;
65   "  = 100.00
70   "  = 108.00
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 January 23, 1976.
File No* T-76-69
Manager
Gateway Tours Ltd*
P.O. Box 4326
Whitehorse, Y.T.
Dear Sir*
Our Department of Public Relations has forwarded
us your 1976 tour folder to the Yukon and Alaska,
featuring the "Princess Patricia" and indicating
that our service is part of your various tour
features.
We will appreciate learning with whom you are associated in this venture, as we have not entered
into any arrangements with your firm directly, for
the assigning of space on the "Princess Patriqia#"
or permission tp use pictures of our vessel.
May we please be favoured with an early reply*
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Mobile Homes - Nanaimo
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$1.78 per foot plus $.23 overwidth.
40
Feet
42
H
44
■I
46
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48
ii
50
■I
52
ii
54
n
56
ii
58
■I
60
ii
62
•I
64
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66
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9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
71.00
$ 80.50
$ 90.00
$ 99.00
75.00
85.00
94.00
104.00
78.00
89.00
99.00
109.00
82.00
93.00
103.00
114.00
86.00
97.00
108.00
119.00
89.00
101.00
112.00
124.00
93.00
105.00
117.00
129.00
96.00
109.00
121.00
134.00
100.00
113.00
126.00
138.00
103.00
117.00
130.00
143.00
107.00
121.00
135.00
148.00
111.00
125.00
139.00
153.00
114.00
129.00
144.00
158.00
118.00
133.00
148.00
163.00
121.00
137.00
152.00
168.00
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January 23, 1976r
File No. T-76-1032
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Mr., Arden Phair, Treasurer
Niagara College Travel dub.
Sheraton-Foxhead Inn, Room 262
5875 Falls Avenue
Niagara Falls, Ontario*
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Dear'Mr .Phair.?.",-.
Thank you kindly for your letter of January 16th re- e<
gardirig the availability of films, travelogues,  etc*,
for the Niagara College Travel Club*
At one time Canadian Pacific did have a library of
16 mm. films, but regretfully, this has been discontinued.    Insofar as the British Columbia Coast steamship Service is concerned, wo do have a slide presents*
tion, but we do not have, and are not planning the use
of 16 mm.  film.    You may possibly have found that a
large percentage of transportation firms are switching
from motion picture presentations to film slide
presentations•
Wishing you every success in building up your library.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Mobile Homes - Nanaimo
- 3 -
$1.78 per foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40 Feet         $ 71.00
$ 80.50
$ 90.00
$ 99.00
42
'            75.00
85.00
94.00
104.00
44
78.00
89.00
99.00
109.00
46
82.00
93.00
103.00
114.00
48
86.00
97.00
108.00
119.00
50
89.00
101.00
112.00
124.00
52
93.00
105.00
117.00
129.00
54
96.00
109.00
121.00
134.00
56
100.00
113.00
126.00
138.00
58
103.00
117.00
130.00
143.00
60
107.00
121.00
135.00
148.00
62
111.00
125.00
139.00
153.00
64
114.00
129.00
144.00
158.00
66
118.00
133.00
148.00
163.00
68
121.00
137.00
152.00
168.00
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January 23, 1976.
File NO. 76.ALA.521.P.
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Mai* Maybelle M. Yonkers, President
Personal Travel .Service; Inc.
One Vandenberg Center
P.O. Box 1254
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49502.
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With regard to your letter of December 17th, we have
reviewed the booking situation for August 11, 1976
sailing, and accordingly are able to offer as best,
space shown be low t
^c^ested
(e) 214
(e) 342
(f) 343
(d) 211
<c) 110
<d) 405
passengers
Williams Cpl.
Noack Lady (Alone)
Moore & Smith Ladies
Unghvary Lady (Alone)
Pieotte Lady (Alone)
Yonkers (Escort)
JjajBigrijjBd
(g) 212
(e) 226
(g) 330
(f) 154
(g) 152
(f) 157
Less 10% Commission
Room
JS___L
$1695.00
1504.00
1695.00
1594.00
1695.00
1594,00
$9777.00
977.70
$8799.30
We are most unhappy with the manner in which you released
space at the last moment last year, preventing our reselling the cabins released.    As this was n-»t the first
time this had happened in our past association, we
assigned space on the August llth sailing to those tour
operators who have also been valued customers over several
years and who were able to utilise space assigned them
last year, or lived up to their obligation to release
space in sufficient time in advance of the sailing to
enable us to resell seme.
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VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Mobile Homes - Nanaimo
$1.78 per foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
Wide
10 Ft,
Wide
11 Ft.
Wide
12 Ft.
Wide
40 Feet         $ 71.00
$ 80.50
$ 90.00
$ 99.00
42
75.00
85.00
94.00
104.00
44
78.00
89.00
99.00
109.00
46
82.00
93.00
103.00
114.00
48
86.00
97.00
108.00
119.00
50
89.00
101.00
112.00
124.00
52
93.00
105.00
117.00
129.00
54
96.00
109.00
121.00
134.00
56   '
100.00
113.00
126.00
138.00
58
103.00
117.00
130.00
143.00
60
107.00
121.00
135.00
148.00
62
111.00
125.00
139.00
153.00
64   '
114.00
129.00
144.00
158.00
66
118.00
133.00
148.00
163.00
68
121.00
137.00
152.00
168.00
 -2-
You must appreciate that with the number .of cruise , ,,.
vessels entering the Alaska service, it is virtually
impossible to sell space on such short notice as you
gave us last year. It is only because of our past
association that we have gone to the extent we have
in order tc secure accommodation for you this year,
and while wo value our relations with you, should space
be released this year in the same manner as was done
last year, it way be necessary to give consideration
to discontinuing assignment on a group basis to you*
While not being exactly What you require, we trust
that the foregoing assignment of space will be of
assistance to your? however, should it not be satisfactory, we will appreciate learning of thia at the
earliest possible moment, and refund of deposits on
hand will be arranged.
Wishing you every success with your group this year,
and hoping our association may be continued.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager,  B.CCS.S* '   y--■
RRR'BB
.,.. 130*00
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Mobile Homes - Nanaimo
$1.78 per foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40
Feet
$ 71.00
$ 80.50
$ 90.00
$ 99.00
42
ii
75.00
85.00
94.00
104.00
44
H
78.00
89.00
99.00
109.00
46
M
82.00
93.00
103.00
114.00
48
■I
86.00
97.00
108.00
119.00
50
ii
89.00
101.00
112.00
124.00
52
ii
93.00
105.00
117.00
129.00
54
ii
96.00
109.00
121.00
134.00
56
H
100.00
113.00
126.00
138.00
58
ii
103.00
117.00
130.00
143.00
60
H
107.00
121.00
135.00
148.00
62
H   t
111.00
125.00
139.00
153.00
64
H
114.00
129.00
144.00
158.00
66
■1
118.00
133.00
148.00
163.00
68
n
121.00
137.00
152.00
168.00
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filet 226
Mr. e.tf* Taring
Sitsilan© Secondary School
2550 West 10th Avenue
w mmammmmaFme^mmmm m   m* m-mmm
9 mmmn*   ammm^f
am^mwmmay    mrnm* m     m*mm*ai a*Up*
Thank you for your lsttsr of January 15, concerning our
sponsoring ef Richard Hudson co give Mm work experience os
our vessels.
lis are gratified that you considered the exercise to he
beneficial and wish yen* every success with your CAREER EXPLGRA-
1108 WORK SXFKRIgKCB PROGRAM.
Questionnaire is returned herewith, completed am  requested.
Yours truly,
J. YAXES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
2k
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
k
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
10
18   26
12
20
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
28
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
k
k
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
14-00
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
3
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
2k
2
10
18
26
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
k
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
l4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and. departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VAUCQEWER, January 23, 19» Piles T-75-30-34
J. Kates
Mr* R0S. m
2nd Officer
**Pria«se»s of Vancouver"
Sunbeam Trailer §994  loaded st haaelao ea ths "Princess of Vancouver**
1400 hours, Kovember 25, 1975.
m are being aeld responsible for damage to top left corner and roof
of this utoiu. CP. transport claim so damage aoted prior to depasture
at Sanaimo. Kindly advise if you have any record of this trailer being,
damaged on the trip ia question.
Manager, b.C.C.S.S*
cc: Mr. C.A. Aitken, Vancouver
Kindly advise if you have any knowledge of this damage.
Mr. E. Robinson, Kanaimo
Can you confirm no damage prior to departure from Nanaimo?
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1
_iSHIP SERVICE
974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
2030
0830
1300
31
JUN
2
8
10
16
18
24
26
2
4
10
12
18
20
26  3
28  5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28  5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29  6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30   7
30   7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230   5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31   8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1   9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
AR. VANCOUVER
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2  10
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3  11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEP!
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
i4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H.- TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will he
follox^ed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 23, 1976 File: 226
j, Yates
MASTER "Princess of Vancouver"
CHIEF ENGINEER "Carrier Princess"
CHIEF ST1KARD "Trailer Princess"
Kindly distribute the enclosed notice of "Cold Hater Survival Workshop"
to personnel under your jurisdiction.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA'1
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,19?4.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 23, 1976 Pile:  142S34
J. Yates
Dr. J..F. Av«ry
Area Medical Officer
Vancouver
This will confirm telephone conversation with thia office and
appointment for medical examination made for our Mr. S.C. bishop,
on Tuesday, January 27, 1976, at 9:00 a.m. Employee has applied
f'tr pension on disability grounds.
Mr. Bishop recently had a brain operation involving the removal
of the pituitary gland, which has affected his vision. He has been
advised to bring with hie his own doctor's report.
Will you kindly return Form P.F.10 to this office when completed
in order thai 1 may submit to Montreal with the necessary application
forms for their consideration.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 t
CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
'PRINCESS PATRICIA
t
i
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
O83O
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPI
1
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
l4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to ti
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
dal
 VANCOUVER, January 23, 1976 Files T-76-160
J. Yates
Wt*  E.J. Bradley
Manager, Safety
Montreal
Your letter of January IS, file CC 125*6, to General Managers, copy
to B.D. Margetts concerning quantities of Safety Pamphlets and Posters,
this department requires a total of eight for distribution to Shop
Superviaor and chip's officers.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
cc: Mr. M.W. Holland, Montreal
Your note of January 20, file 102*15-2*2
103-20-1
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER
1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
11
19
ZL
13
21
29
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm
- Cruise
0830
1230    5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7  15
23
31
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
14
22
30
16
24
AUG
1
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11  19
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13  21
29
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
29
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
14  22
30
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2500
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU 0830
LV. JUNEAU 1230   16
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise   1500-1900
24
SEPT
1
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidaj
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 January 22, 1973.
Him No,  76.AIA.5tt.12.S,
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 TD_ BE INITIALLED MP PASSED ALOHg" ,
Mgngger, B.,p.c,s.s,    -    -   . ^^>
=W\c#iW: Superintendent
Superintendent Engineer
Cotefinn Superintend
r+At.
'runyf Superin
gnr/_f>eQto/ Analyst
Qffrcp Manager
^^
$3g
lfcr. Frank spencje ;.
Travel-Tours
P.O; Box 40
Wagoned, OHlahosfe 74467.
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With reference to our telephone conversation yesterday, we ara pleased to assign space as requested, and
aa noted on the enclosed statement.
Yours very truly#
J. YATBS
Manager* B.C.C.S.S.
RRR^B
 - 3 -
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Mobile Homes - Nanaimo
$1.78 per foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40 Feet         $ 71.00
$ 80.50
$ 90.00
$ 99.00
42
75.00
85.00
94.00
104.00
44
78.00
89.00
99.00
109.00
46
'            82.00
93.00
103.00
114.00
48
86.00
97.00
108.00
119.00
50
89.00
101.00
112.00
124.00
52
93.00
105.00
117.00
129.00
54
96.00
109.00
121.00
134.00
56
100.00
113.00
126.00
138.00
58
103.00
117.00
130.00
143.00
60
107.00
121.00
135.00
148.00
62
111.00
125.00
139.00
153.00
64
114.00
129.00
144.00
158.00
66
118.00
133.00
148.00
163.00
68   •
121.00
137.00
152.00
168.00
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File No.  ALA.055.AIR.
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Mr. W.D. Gordon
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CP Air
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1900 Granville Square
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Mr. Gordoni
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Kindly refer to your File 6520-3 and find attached
signed contract, together with Schedules A and B
between CP Air and CP Rail (British Columbia Coast
tearaship Service)* agreeing to the conditions set
forth tnerem.
While accepting that the contract is your standard
forra# we have two exceptions we would ask you to
take into consideration.
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Item 3 - issuance of ^oellaneous Charges Orders
(lMifC.0.'a). Sentencet  *M.C,C>*s way be issued mhere
no reservation of space has been obtained provided
that such M.C.O.'s plainly indicate on the face thereof that no reservation has been made." As this is
contrary to this Department** policy, it should be
eliminated in respect to CP Air/BCCSS association.
item 6 - &mrMx ?ranffPflrft&t*Q?
A>   ^a-Air Round or Circle Trip Fibres.    Sentence a
"Validity of tickets issued under this provision
is limited to 12 months.**    BCCSS transportation
is valid only on the date of sailing for Which
tioket is issued.
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SWARTZ BAY - VANCOUVER
Trucks
Up
to 21 feet
$48.00
22-26 feet
60.00
-
27-31
69.00
32-36
79.00
37-41
85.00
42-45
94.00
50
103.00
55
112.00
60
121.00
Units
41 feet
50
55
60
65
70
C3
$ 85.00 + $1.78 per ft.
101.00 "
110.00 "
119.00 "
128.00 "
137.00 "
Mobile
Homes -
- Jwartz
Bay
Over 36 and up to 40 feet - $97.00
Over 40 feet $97.00 plus $2.65 per
foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Feet
Wide
$97.00
Wide
Wide
$115.00
Wide
40
$106.00
$124.00
42
M
102.00
112.00
121.00
131.00
44
it
107.00
117.00
127.00
138.00
46
M
112.00
123.00
134.00
144.00
48
ii
118.00
129.00
140.00
151.00
50
■I
123.00
135.00
146.00
158.00
52
ii
128.00
140.00
152.00
164.00
54
H
134.00
146.00
158.00
171.00
56
■■
139.00
152.00
165.00
178.00
58
ii
144.00
158.00
171.00
184.00
60
■t
149.50
163.00
177.00
191.00
62
n
155.00
169.00
183.00
198.00
64
ii
160.00
175.00
190.00
204.00
66
ii
165.00
181.00
196.00
211.00
68
ii
171.00
186.00
202.00
218.00
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Through the association with Stuart Walkerden, BCCSS
has participated in the production of a tour folder
including the "Princess Patricia," of which we understand 100,000 copies were issued. While our own
printing of the Alaska cruise brochure does not permit such an extended availability, we could supply
CP Air with 5,000 copies for distribution, and will
be pleased to hear from you if you desire a supply of
this folder.
Perhaps it might be advantageous from both viewpoints
if me could arrange a meeting to discuss such details
as manner of reserving space, documentation of passen-
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gers, etc.
We are certainly looking forward to being associated
with CP Air and hope it will be mutually beneficial.
Yours very truly*
J. YATBS
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Mobile Homes - Nanaimo
$1.78 per foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
Wide
10 Ft,
Wide
11 Ft.
Wide
12 Ft.
Wide
40 Feet         $ 71.00
$ 80.50
$ 90.00
$ 99.00
42
75.00
85.00
94.00
104.00
44
78.00
89.00
99.00
109.00
46
82.00
93.00
103.00
114.00
48
86.00
97.00
108.00
119.00
50
89.00
101.00
112.00
124.00
52
93.00
105.00
117.00
129.00
54
96.00
109.00
121.00
134.00
56
100.00
113.00
126.00
138.00
58
103.00
117.00
130.00
143.00
60
107.00
121.00
135.00
148.00
62
111.00
125.00
139.00
153.00
64
114.00
129.00
144.00
158.00
66
118.00
133.00
148.00
163.00
68
121.00
137.00
152.00
168.00
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 VANCOUVER, January 22, 1976. Filet    AIA.055.AXR.
J. Yates
Mr. M.W. Holland
controller
Montreal, Que.
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With reference to you_ File 103>-12.
It was orafortunate that time did* not permit Mr. Yates
to have a discussion with ycu concerning our association
with CP Air.
The contract has now been signed and the basic commission
basis is as followss
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1. When the air carrier is required to pay a commission
to a Travel Agent, 15% commission will be deducted,
of which 10* will be retained by Travel Agent on the
reporting of his M.Co. sales, and 5% is to accrue
to CP Air for handling.
2. When the air carrier sells the transportation through
its own facilities and no commission .is payable to a
Travel Agent, then air carrier, CP Air, will retain
10* commission.
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The foregoing arrangements are satisfactory to us and "
meetings will be held at CP Air's convenience regarding
incidental routine handling matters.
You have been advised under separate _over, of our association with CP Air in the promotion of their tour folder,
which includes coverage of the "Princess Patricia," of
iyhleh 100,000 copies were printed and distributed to
CP Air offices and Travel Agencies,
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(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Unaccompanied autos, %-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity to 6,000 lbx.
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity over 6,000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
Boat Trailers, Bogies
Commercial Freight Trailers
$21.00
$25.00
$34.50
$23.00
$1.67 per ft.
min. $10.00
35 feet - $59.00;
40 feet - 63.00
45 feet - 69.00
Overwidth - $.23 per ft.
Overhang - $1.67 "
VANCOUVER
- NANAIMO
Up
to 20 feet
Trucks
$39.00
21-26 feet
48.00
27-31  "
52.00
32-36  "
59.00
37-41  "
63.00
42-45  "
69.00
50
77.00
55
86.00
60
94.00
Units
41 feet =
$63.00 + $1.67 per foot
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in in
78.00
87.00
60   "  -
65   "  =
70   "  =
95.00
100.00
108.00
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We will keep you advised on how this association develops,
but we are most optimistic about its potential, provided
CP Air outlets are as enthusiastic about this association
aa we are.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
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(4)
Unaccompanied autos,   %-ton pickup,  panels
Includes  loading and unloading.
(5)
(6)
Forklifts, capacity to 6,000 lbx.
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity over 6,000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
Boat Trailers, Bogies
Commercial Freight Trailers
$21.00
$25.00
$34.50
$23.00
$1.67 per ft.
min. $10.00:
35 feet - $59.00
40 feet - 63.00
45 feet - 69.00
Overwidth - $.23 per ft,
Overhang - $1.67 "  !'
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Trucks
Units
Up to 20 feet
$39.00
21-26 feet
48.00
27-31  "
52.00
32-36  "
59.00
37-41  "
63.00
42-45  "
69.00
50
77.00
55
86.00
60
94.00
41 feet =
$63.00 + $1.67 per foot
50   " =
78.00
55   " -
87.00
60   "  =
95.00
65   "  =
100.00
70   "  -
108.00
 VAHCOUVER* January 22, 1976 File: 493967
J, Yates
Mr, R, Granger
Manager, Benefits
Montreal
Enclosed herewith is proof of age for Jean h*  FAUCHER, #493967,
S.X.H. 227-936-6H.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 197^
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 197*f (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
2k
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
k
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
20^5
2
10
18
26
k
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
k
k
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
■\k
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
16h-5
6
Ik
22
30
8
16
2k
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
2k
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
k
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
20^5
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
^k
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
2k
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
16^5
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
l4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
k
12
E.H.- TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,197^.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER January 22c.  1976 File: 1-75*30-56
J* Yates
MT. F.W. Barhaa
Supervisor,
Personnel, Safety & Training,
CF. Transport
Vancouver
Your letter of January 12, file VAN 117A/75 UD, concerning damage
to Rental Trailer 29-0902,
In your letter you state "our investigation reveals, etc.", Kindly
let aw have details of such investigation advising who first noted
the damage sad to whora of our on-duty personnel the damage vas
reported, aa ve have no record whatsoever of the incident.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
2k
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18   26
12
20
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
10
18
26
12
20
28
28
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
8c return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
k
k
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
Ik
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230   5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
14-00
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
2k
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
k
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
8c return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H.   TIMBERS
Superintendent,
"Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 22. 1976. Pilei  429
J. Yates
Mr. J.H. Suzuki
Vancouver, B.C.
Confirming conversation yesterday in regard to reporting
of Crown Zellerbach traffic to Elk Palls.
Will you please arrange to take same to special debit on
Form 1057.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
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January 21, 1976.
File No. T-76-1007-A
to be WW- &i3s__j_i
Manager, J3.C
Asst. hAo-y
Marine S)
SupsriruA'A-A':'. A
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Regional Director
Marine afety Regulations Branch (western)
Ministry of Transport
700 V?. Georgia St.
Vancouver. B.C.
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Dear Mr* sigsworthj
This is to advise that our vessel, M.v. "Carrier
Princess,** While en route Vancouver-Swarts Bay,
January 20th at approximately 2030 in dense fog
in Active Pass, experienced strong tidal set and
struck an underwater obstruction close on shore
off Oolllnson Point, Galinno Island, and sustained
damage to the starboard propeller and skeg.
An underwater hull survey has been carried out by
a qualified murine diver, with Lloyds surveyor A.
Taylor, and Salvage Association (London) D. Oowson
in attendance.
There is some metal shearing to the propeller tips,
and a snail rupture and set to the skeg plating is
also evident. The skeg is an appendage to the hull
and does not impair the watertight Integrity of sane.
There is no evidence of shell fracture and soundings
are as normal.
We are satisfied the ship is seaworthy and there has
been no risk or injury to personnel on board.
Yours very truly*
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Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
ANC'BB
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RATES
(1) Unaccompanied autos, %-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
(2) Forklifts, capacity to 6,000 lbx.
Includes loading and unloading.
(3) Forklifts, capacity over 6,000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
(4) Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
(5) Boat Trailers, Bogies
(6) Commercial Freight Trailers
$21.00
$25.00
$34.50
$23.00
$1.67 per ft,
min. $10.00
35 feet - $59.00
40 feet - 63.00
45 feet - 69.00
Overwidth - $.23 per ft,
Overhang - $1.67 "  I'
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- NANAIMO
Up
to
20
feet
$39.
Trucks
.00
21-
■26 feet
48
.00
27-
■31  '
52
.00
32-
■36  '
59
.00
37-
•41  '
63.
.00
42-
-45  '
69
.00
50
77.
.00
55
86
.00
60
\
94.
.00
Units
41
50
55
60
65
70
feet
IB
$63
78
87
95
100
108
.00 +
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
$1
67
per
foot
 January 21,1976.
File No. T-76-1014-A
Jeune Bros«: of' 'Victoria
570 Johnson Street
Victoria, B.C.
attentions Kr» E.H. prd
Gentlemen:
-Enclosed is a list of serial numbers  for the R.F.D.
Inflatable,  Davit Launched Life Rafts  from our
vessel,  the  "Princess  Patricia."
These rafts are due for their annual inspection and/
or load test,  and will be'delivered to you in due
course,  date to ba advised shortly.
Two R.E.D. Release Hootos should also be inspected
and tested at the same time.
Yours very truly.
J. Y3TES
:Manager,  B.C.C.S.S.
TK'BB
J
 January 21, 1976
File:  9299—SPECIAL
Mr. R. walch
Senior General Chairman
B.K.A.S.C.
401 Dominion Building
207 Keet Bastings Street
Vancouver, B.C.
VBB 1H7
Dear Sir:
Xhi» will acknowledge receipt of your letter of January 5,
flic fc-l-AS.122, concerning D.W. SmYKE.
Thia ia receiving attention and I will let you have a reply
when the natter has been fully looked ia to.
Youra truly,
J.'YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA
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PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
2k
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JON
2
10
18
26
k
12
20
28
5
5
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
k
12
20
28
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
k
k
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230    5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
AR. VANCOUVER
1400
1700
0900
7
8
15
16
23
2k
JLY
1
2
9
10
17
18
25
26
2
3
10
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
k
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
O830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
2k
SEP!
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
k
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
" January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to ti
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
dal
 January 21, 1976
file: 4S4435
Sun Life Assurance Cetapsny
of Canada
Life Claim* Departnumt
P.O. Box 6073 (A)
Montreal, Quebec
H3C 3G5
Dear Slra:
Eat Or. Cert. Ho. 703Q-C-10814-
■mii in,   M<J*&m^siimJiimSmmLsLm i
Aa requested in your meao of December 23, 1975, enclosed
herewith is photostat copy ef Coroner*a Report Font showing
cause of death.
Succession Duty Helenas will follow in due course.
Yours truly,
J. YA1SS,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 /
CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
1
i
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
'PRINCESS PATRICIA'
,
\
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
8c- return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230   5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
i4oo
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
8c return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPlI
1
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
i4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
* January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VAKCOOVSR, January 31, 1976 File: 663
J. Yates
Mr. M.W. Holland
Controller
Coastal Marine operations
Montreal ' '
Your letter of January 13, 1976, file 103-13, concerning net effect
ef our discount to heavy voluae customers.
Up to date statement in attached for your information.
A full report will be submitted by June 13, as requested.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
8c return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
8c return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
* January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 21, 1976
J. Yates
Mr. Leo McKeill
CP. Telecoaaunications
531 Granville Mall
Vancouver
Hill you kindly arrange to disconnect Broadband #843-2-256 and
extension located in ay office at Pier B-C, Foot of Burrard Street.
Effective date cf discontinuance of service to he February 1, 1976.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOW
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS  OF CALL
MAY      JUN      JUN      JUN       JLY      JLY      JLY      JLY    AUG
LV.  VANCOUVER
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
20?0___ 3±.
~0830  JUN
1300    2
16   24
10
18
1830
2C4C"
10
18   26
12
20
18
26
12
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
8c return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
22
AR.
LV.
30
SKAGWAY
SKAGWAY
0315
2300
13
15
23
23
3'i
31
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm
Cruise
0830
1230   16
1500-1900
24
SEPT
1
20
26
28
28
y
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy At
•rn - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
r
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AH. PRINCE RUPERT
LV, PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
-\
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
i4oo
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
AUG
16
AUG
24
AUG
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
2?
A
AH. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
b
AR. WRANGELL
LV, WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT	
AR.
LV.
1300
1645
17  25
10
ALERT BAY
ALERT BAY
i4oo
1700
18 26
11
AR. VANCOUVER
09C0
19
•7
4
12
E.H.- TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be'
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tida]
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 TELEX
VANCOUVER, B.C., JAN. 21/76
Filet  T-76-1007-A
01-20365
I STRUCK UNDERWATER OBSTRUCTION IN DENSE FOG ACTIVE
B.D.  MARGETTS
MONTREAL,   QUE.
PASS  DURING NIGHT ENkOUTE  SWARTZ  BAY.      SHIP  STILL OPERABLE AND
MAINTAINING  SCHEDULE.     UNDERWATER SURVEY REVEALS DAMAGED  STARBOARD
PROPELLER AND HULL SKEG.     FIRST DAMAGE COST ESTIMATE TEN THOUSAND.
PLS FORWARD COP* A MCDERMOTT.
1409 RAISED.     WILL ADVISE FURTHER.
BCC-16
J. YATES
MANAGER,   BCCSS
ANC'BB
 VAHCOUVER,  Janttery 20,   1976.
'Pi&raer
m* majmt-mam^mmm
"Priaeass of Vancouver"
.i.,» inn r ";it—[-—-■■"-■—■
TO BE INITIALLED AND PASSED ALONG
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
Marine Superintendent
ident Engineer
c-1 lf___l#'-';'rll_JI
ViQiei i ~.■jmumm^m*. ■ ■ '^-^^m
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fvAar'monta! AyyyyA
OfC;<"© Man a cj e r
Accountant
la association with the Aatoieotiva Transport Association
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hsnd one of these eurvey fo« «§ tha driver of «eeh
live coMBierciel vehicle, requesting his co-operation in
cflwpletiae slea The introductory P*i'»or»ph en survey
font le sufficient infonaetion for tho driver, so that
it will eliminate any unnecessary esQslsnation mm yemw
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aahftra to tha diraotion of tha Maaagear.
t§ B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
cc.    Mr, S« Robinson, TBHiimtMi
m* <3*M* *ixuki, vanoauvar
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will yoa Please arranaa. to forward .than to this of flea.
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2. Truck Information (Cont'd.)
(g)  Why did you take this route? Lower Rates
Reservation    Convenient Sailing Time
Jhortest Route   Other (Specify)
(h) Will this rig be going back the same day? Will it
be returning by the same route? 	
3.  Alternate Methods and Suggestions:
There are several transportation systems available between several
coastal points for commercial traffic.  Do you have any suggestions
for improving the services?
Thank you for your co-operation.
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For year - jjt#finaiit, .ton and ■gptj^fttnce.
Master,  "Princess ef Vancouver"
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 CANADIAN        PACIFIC        LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast  Steamship Service
VANCOUVER,   December  31,   1975.
File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-16
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO SERVICE - FALL-
-WINTER 1975-1976
Messrs. F.W. Atkinson
(1)
Messrs.
E. Robinson
(4)
G. Bradley
(2)
L.P. Chatfield
(1)
L.G. Armstrong
(2)
L.E. Wedman
(2)
W.R. Shields
(4)
R.A, Ferguson
(1)
K.A. McGregor
(4)
J.G. Shave
(6)
W.D. Wilks
(2)
C.A. Aitken
(2)
W.A. Greene
(2)
A.A, Faulkner
(2)
W.W. Hocking
(1)
A.D. Watson
(2)
Purser, "Princess of Vancouver"
Chief Steward, "Princess of Vancouver"
Chief Steward, "Carrier Princess"
Master, "Princess of Vancouver"
Chief Engineer, "Princess of Vancouver"
Master, "Carrier Princess"
Chief Engineer, "Carrier Princess"
Master, "Trailer Princess"
Chief Engineer, "Trailer Princess"
Reference Bulletin No. 75-5, October 1, 1975.
The following alternate Saturday maintenance layover days for
the "Princess of Vancouver" are cancelled: Saturday, January
10, 1976, and Saturday, January 24, 1976.
"Princess of Vancouver" maintenance layover days will recommence Saturday, February 14, 1976, continuing in accordance
with above reference.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc.  Messrs. B.D. Margetts, Montreal   (1)
L.R. Smith, Vancouver    (1)
J.D. Bromley, Vancouver   (1)
 C.E. Blanev, Victoria (1)
 Vancouver, January 20, 1976•       Filei »SF.OS5.S2»J,
J# Yates
Mr. J.H, Susuki, Vancouver
Mr. E* Robinson, Nanairao.
Iffi^fflS^g W MMet HflSBXS.
*?henav«r you receive a reguest for a refund aeoount loss
of 3.C.C.S.3. transportation. It is necessary for the
applicant te couplet a application fear refund Form W 59,
as well ae Lest Ticket Send Fora pt 56.
Whenever duplicate trans ixartat ion has been purchased,
refund application Form FT 59 mist be mad© out, showing
particulars of the second set of ticksta on which refund
ia determined. If additional ticket purchase is not
sade, the particulars of loat tickets, if they can be
determined, should be shown* Please note particularly,
that tha Company is not obligated to anise a refund on
leet tickets, and mo commitment is to be ne.de to the
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Full particulars mist be- shown, and If. necessary an ae-
caispatiying latter, with flail details mist be included.
Tine mist be taken to ensure that-all itens requested on
both. pf 59 and FT.. Ss are completed. .
■.. ■ ■
Will you please bring the foregoing to the attention of
all ticketing staff for their future guidance.
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VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Mobile Homes - Nanaimo
$1.78 per foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40 Feet
$ 71.00
$ 80.50
$ 90.00
$ 99.00
42
75.00
85.00
94.00
104.00
44
78.00
89.00
99.00
109.00
46
82.00
93.00
103.00
114.00
48
86.00
97.00
108.00
119.00
50
89.00
101.00
112.00
124.00
52
93.00
105.00
117.00
129.00
54
96.00
109.00
121.00
134.00
56
100.00
113.00
126.00
138.00
58
103.00
117.00
130.00
143.00
60
107.00
121.00
135.00
148.00
62
111.00
125.00
139.00
153.00
64
114.00
129.00
144.00
158.00
66
118.00
133.00
148.00
163.00
68
121.00
137.00
152.00
168.00
4
 VANCOUVER, January 20, 1976,
J* Yates
Files     75.CHA.529.H,
Mr* H/3. Bradley
Cleiras Agent
Vancouver, B.C.
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With reference to our telephone conversation yesterday,
we are pleased to enclose photostat of letter received
front Hawaiian Polynesia Tours regarding Mrs, Marian
Jamison.
It will be appreciated if you will kindly handle.
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Trucks
Up to 21 feet
$48.00
22-26 feet
60.00
27-31
69.00
32-36
79 .00
37-41
85.00
42-45
94.00
50
103.00
55
112.00
60
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60
65
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Mobile Homes -
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Over 36 and up to 40 feet - $97.00
Over 40 feet $97.00 plus $2.65 per
foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40
Feet
$97.00
$106.00
$115.00
$124.00
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102.00
112.00
121.00
131.00
44
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107.00
117.00
127.00
138.00
46
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112.00
123.00
134.00
144.00
48
ii
118.00
129.00
140.00
151.00
50
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123.00
135.00
146.00
158.00
52
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128.00
140.00
152.00
164.00
54
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134.00
146.00
158.00
171.00
56
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139.00
152.00
165.00
178.00
58
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144.00
158.00
171.00
184.00
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163.00
177.00
191.00
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169.00
183.00
198.00
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175.00
190.00
204.00
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181.00
196.00
211.00
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January 20, 1976.
File NO.  75.CHA.529.H.
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Dear Kbrli
Thank you kindly for your letter of January 14th concerning 'tore* Marian Jamison, who was a member of your
September 1975 Alaska charter.
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Wa have requested Mr. Bradley to contact Mrs. Jamison
in connection with her claim, as soon as possible.
Following the Canadian postal strike we forwarded
charter contracts to you for your two 1976 charters,
and will be pleased to learn whether or not they have
reached you. It will also be appreciated if contracts
can be completed, in order that We may progress our
confirmation with other charterers.
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J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Unaccompanied autos, %-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
$21.00
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Forklifts, capacity to 6,000 lbx.
Includes loading and unloading.
$25.00
C3)
Forklifts, capacity over 6,000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
$34.50
(4)
Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
$23.00
(5)
Boat Trailers, Bogies
$1.
67 per ft.
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. $10.00
(6)
Commercial Freight Trailers
35 feet
- $59.00
40 feet
- 63.00
45 feet
- 69.00
Overwidth - $.
23 per ft.
Overhang - $1
.67 "  f
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Trucks             Up to 20 feet
$39.00
21-26 feet
48.00
27-31  "
52.00
32-36  "
59.00
37-41  "
63.00
42-45  "
69.00
50
77.00
55
86.00
60
94.00;
Units                    41 feet = $63.00 + $
1.67 per foot
50   "  »  78.00
55   "  -  87.00
60   "  =  95.00
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65   "  - 100.00
70   "  = 108.00
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 CANADIAN        PACIFIC        LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
VANCOUVER,   January 20,   1976.
File:
163
OPERATIONAL ORDERS TO SHIPS AND SHORE UNITS BCCSS
Effective January 1, 1976, the following format is established with
reference to the above, short title "OPORDS."
The format will be as shown on the attached sample, and is to be considered an operational directive under authority of Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
The "OPORDS" will be numbered consecutively and are established to
relay directives, instructions, and information pertinent to the
operational movement of BCCSS units afloat and their related shore
support facilities.
Those persons to whom "OPORDS" will be distributed are listed herein,
and in future will be referred to as "Distribution Group One" or
"Two," etc.  The past practice of distribution by individual titles
or name will be discontinued.
Addressees receiving this "OPORD" should retain same on file for
future reference.
DISTRIBUTION GROUP ONE
Supt., Vancouver Division      CP Rail
Supt., Transportation "
Supt., Investigation "
Purchasing Agent "
Regional Manager, Public Relations & Advertising "
Telephone Supervisor "
Deputy General Yardmaster "
General Agent, Local Wharf Freight "
Agent, E. & N. Rly.
Agent, E. & N. Rly.
Agent, E. & N. Rly.
Dist. Mgr., Marketing & Sales "
Copies
Vancouver
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Nanaimo
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Victoria
2
Port Alberni
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Victoria
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DISTRIBUTION GROUP TWO
Copies
Terminal Operations Supervisor   CP Transport   Vancouver
2
Terminal Manager
Nanaimo
2
Terminal Manager
Victoria
2
Terminal Manager
Johnston Terminals
Box 5300, Vancouver
1
Terminal Manager
Johnston Terminals
265 Fry St., Nanaimo
1
Terminal Manager
Johnston Terminals
3300 Douglas Sst.,  Victoria
1
Dispatcher
Capital Freightways
1440 Venables St., Vancouver
1
General Manager
Capital Freightways
655 Queens Ave., Victoria
1
General Manager
Doman Transport Ltd.
435 Truck Rd., Duncan
1
Dispatcher
Doman Transport Ltd.
1275 Vulcan, Vancouver
1
Dispatcher
Macdonalds Consolidated
7205 - 11 St., Burnaby 1, B.C.
1
Terminal Manager
Pacific Produce Co. Ltd.
600 Taylor St., Vancouver
1
Terminal Manager
Pacific Cartage
2550 Madison Ave., N. Burnaby
1
Terminal Manager
C.N. Express
455 Industrial St., Vancouver
1
Dispatcher
Commercial Truck
90 Leeder Ave., Coquitlam, B.C.
1
Operations Supervisor
Foremost Foods
7990 Enterprise, Burnaby
1
Dispatcher
Boris Reefer Service
1666 Boundary Rd., Burnaby
1
Manager
Grassick Transport
220 Esquimalt Rd., Victoria
1
Dispatcher
Inter City Express
2655 Dollarton Hwy., North Vancouver
1
Manager
Loomis Armored Car Service
234 W. 3rd Ave., Vancouver
1
Dispatcher
Mairs Transport
P.O. Box 1188, Coquitlam, B.C.
1
Manager
Maplewood Poultry Processors,
2901 Sooke Rd., Victoria
1
Manager
Meteor Meats
205 Donaghy Ave., North Vancouver
1
Manager
Pan Ready Poultry
1910 Kingsway Ave., Port Coquitlam
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DISTRIBUTION GROUP TWO (Cont'd.)
Copies
Asst. Circulation
Manager, Suburban
The Province
1
and Country
2250 Granville St., Vancouver
President
Route of the Haida
2470 N. Island Hwy.
Campbell River, B.C.
1
Dispatcher
Route of the Haida
5033 Regent
Burnaby, B.C.
1
Terminal Manager
Sidney Freight Service
23 Regina St., Victoria
1
Terminal Manager
Sidney Freight Service
4075 Myrtle St., Burnaby
1
S&les Dept.
Weston Bakeries
275 E. 8th Ave., Vancouver
1
DISTRIBUTION GROUP THREE
Assistant Manager
BCCSS        Vancouver
1
Catering Superintendent
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Superintendent Engineer
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Marine Superintendent
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Office Manager
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Accountant
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Shop Foreman
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Storekeeper
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Wharf Ticket Agent
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Wharf Ticket Agent
Nana imo
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Terminal Superintendent
Vancouver
1
Sales Representative
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Sr. Traffic Supervisor
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Sliptender, Pier A-3
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Supt., Wharf Operations
CP Rail
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Blaney Agencies Ltd.
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General Manager, Coastal
Marir
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Master
First Officer  ]
Second Officer _
Chief Engineer
"Princess of Vancouver"
Purser        \
Chief Steward  .
Master
First Officer
Second Officer
Chief Engineer '
"Princess Pa
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Second Engineer]
Purser        )
Chief Steward  ]
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1
2
1
1
1
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Master )
First Officer )
Second Officer )
Chief Engineer )
Chief Steward  )
"Carrier Princess"
Copies
1
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1
1
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Master )
First Officer )
Chief Engineer )
"Trailer Princess"
1
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J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship  Service
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Distribution -
Reference
Subject     -
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Date;
Context of Directive, etc.
REMARKS:
 VAKCOUVgR, January 20, 1976 Filet 134838
J. "Kates
Mr, M.W* Patteeon,
Manager,
Payroll Accounting
WnufsjiS
p»i it pmrn* nwt**t « iq^ ffli wt*.
Mr. Martin seems te be having some problems with the 11.8. Railroad
Retirement Soard with regard te hie credits. Please cee espies of
documents and correspondence attached.
It will he noted en the F.F.1S thet he received wegee from which
Railroad Retirement deductions were made for months 3, 4, 5 snd 6
only. Month no. 7 was omitted and the U.S.R.R.B. will not allow hia
credit for this ae It was only indicated in pencil on the P.F.15.
July wes included in June payroll for Cenedian Pacific Pension purposes
hut he should heve R.R. pension credit for that month. See copy of
U.S.E.R.B. Fore BA-6 which shows Retirement Credits for 1974 at 04
months ~ $1,974.90. Thia should read 03 months — $2,186.19 and
it will he appreciated if you would kindly communicate the missing
information direct te the 0.8. Railroad Retirement Boerd that they
may give Mr. Martin's full credit for his deductions.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. Virgle k. Seaton, District Manager,
U.S. Railroad Retirement Board,
Federal Building, Room 942,
913 Second Avenue,
Seattle, Washington  98174
Your letter of January 13, 1976, SSA #706*07-8680.
Mr. J. Martin, 1138 E. 21st Avenue, Vancouver, B.C.  VSV 1S8
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1
AMSHIP SERVICE
974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOW
"PRINCESS PATRICIA'
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PORTS OF CALL
MAY  JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY  JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31   8
16
24
2   10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2  10
18
26
4   12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2  10
18
26
4   12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3  11
19
27
5   13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4  12
4  12
20
20
28
28
6   14
6   14
22
22
30
30
7
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AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5  13
1900
21
29
7   15
23
31
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VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6  14
22
30
8   16
24
AUG
1
(-;
AR, ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7  15
23
JLY
1
9   17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8  16
24
2
10  18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG  AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11   19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13  21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13  21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return,
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14  22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15  23
15  23
51
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -. Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16  24
1900
SEPLT
1
9
	
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17    25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
l4oo
1700
18    26
3
11
AR, VANCOUVER
0900
19 27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival
followed as close
and weather condi
THE TEV '' 'PRINCESS
and departure from ports will be
ly as possible but are subject to tidal
tions and to change without notice.
PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 20, 1976 File: T-75-2CO
J. Yates
Inspector H. Giroux
Investigation Department
Vancouver
Further concerning provision of Constable protection for certain
sailings ef the "Princess ef Vancouver.M
In addition te the February 2, performance at the Coliseum {am
advised in ay  letter ef December 10, 1973) Kindly arrange far a
Constable te be present on the 0400 sailing ef the "Princess ef
Vancouver** on January 23, after the performance of "Jay Giles** at
the PISE Gardens on January 24, 1976.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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cc: Master, "Princess of Vencouver"
Chief Stewerd, "Princess of Vancouver"
 January 20, 1976
Files T-73-31-42
Mrs. T. Sonell
10—1551 Meat 16th Avenue
Vancouver, B.C.
©ear Mrs. Bonsllt
with reference te year letter ef January 5, aed conversation
with our Mr. Hudson concerning damage sustained by your Flat
automobile.
All ship's officers en duty es the 4:00 a.m. sailing ef the
"Princes* of Vancouver** in December have been contacted aed
none of than have any knowledge ef the incident. There is oo...
Purser on duty on the 4t00 a.m. sailing. It will be appreciated
that many thousands of automobiles successfully negotiate the
Pier A-3 reap annually sad the only occasions that damage has
resulted te a car's understructure is when the ear has weak
springs sad is badly overloaded, or, whim brackets supporting
parts ef the exhaust assembly or resonator are lost allowing 'these
parts te drop and they then fall eff at sustain damage whan they
encounter even e small obstruction such aa a speed, bump.
While we feel thet this it wast happened .ia your ease we have,
however, approved your bills for payment and cheque in reimbursement
should reach yen in about three weeks? time.
Yours truly,
J. YAfSS,
am^eee^agp^S a> g
B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. W.W. Hocking, Vencouver
Please pey attached bills * $50,43 in total.
Menager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
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MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
0830
1300
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
11
19
27
13
21
29
20
20
AR. SKAGWAY 08l_5    4   12
LV. SKAGWAY 2500    4  12
AR, JUNEAU ~ '    0830
LV. JUNEAU 1230    5  13   21
Entor Tracy Arm - Cruise 1,500-1900	
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
15
23
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT _
AR. ALERT BAY*"
LV. ALERT BAY
1300
14
22
30
16
24
i4oo
1700
7 15
23
JLY
1
J7
25
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8  16
24
10
18
26
PORTS OF CALL
AUG  AUG  AUG  SEPT
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
°<  return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY	
AR. JUNEAU
LV, JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
0815
2300
_2i
15
15
22
23"
23
30
31
31
8
8
0830
1230   16
15CO-1900
24
SEPT
1
30
30
31
AUG
1
S.H.. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
10
11
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR, KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
13C0
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
-300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
i4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., JAN. 20/76
File*  340-C
B.D. MARGETTS    01-20365
MONTREAL, QUE.
RE TEL CCN DATE HOLLAND RE INCAN OT LAURENT.   VR  BEHAN BURLINGTON
NORTHERN MARKETING AND SALES MAKING INITIAL INQUIRIES AS TO
AVAILABILITY MV INCAN OT LAURENT FOR USE IN TRANSPORTING RAIL EX
DAR TERMINAL SURREY TO ACCOMMODATE RAIL TRAFFIC PROBLEM CAUSED BY
DOWNED FRASER RIVER BRIDGE.  CONFIRM SHIP AVAILABLE AND TO BE
OPERATED BY BCCS WILL ADVISE FURTHER  BCC-15
J. YATES
MANAGER BCCSS
ANC*BB
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., JAN. 20/76
Filet  T-76-150
J.D. MASON   MDMD
MONTREAL, QUE.
PLEASE ARRANGE CASH ADVANCE 75.00 FAVOUR R R REID ASST MANAGER
BCCSS TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR BCC-12
J. YATES
MANAGER  BCCSS
WOWO
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J.D,   MASON MONTREAL MDMD
JDM/1   BDM/103  FURTHER MY BCC-7
IDEAL FUEL -  NOV 30  NANAIMO AND SWa9t&
Asst. Monbger, g.k,.v..
Marine Superintendent
Superirv.-cnAent £nqineer_
Caterip-i >nt
ARROW TRA N SFER -   NOV  21/30   PAID JAN 16
CAN LIQUID AIR  - NOV   30   SWARTZ  BAY  PAID JAN 14
CIGAS -  NOV  21   PAID JAN 13
NORTHWEST EXPLOS  - JUNE   30   PAID JAN 15
REG DORMAN  - NOV  7/30  PAID  JAN 14
WATSON MOBILE  - OCT  14  PAID JAN 16
WESTERN HAYES -  OCT   7   PAID  JAN 16
BCC-11   PLEASE FORWARD COPY MR MARGETTS
J. YATES
MANAGER, BCCSS
WOWO
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Mr. E.A. Morgan ,
4408 - 222nd K," S.W.
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Motintlake Terrace, Washington 98043.
. Dear Mr. Morgan:
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With reference to your letter of December 9, 1975,
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we now have pleasure in attaching B.C. Coast Pass
BH 780, good until the end of 1978, in favour of
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you and Mrs. Morgan, showing you as "Pensioned
Agent•*
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With kind regards.
Ol .
Yours very truly,
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Unaccompanied autos, %-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity to 6,000 lbx.
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity over 6,000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
Boat Trailers, Bogies
Commercial Freight Trailers
$21.00
$25.00
$34.50
$23.00
$1.67 per ft,
min. $10.00
35 feet - $59.00"
40 feet - 63.00
45 feet - 69.00
Overwidth - $.23 per ft,
Overhang - $1.67 M  !'
VANCOUVER
- NANAIMO
Trucks
Up
to 20 feet
21-26 feet
27-31  "
32-36  "
37-41  "
42-45  "
50
55
60
$39.00
48.00
52.00
59.00
63.00
69.00
77.00
86.00
94.00
Units
41 feet = $63.00 + $1.67 per foot
50   " = 78.00
55   "  -  87.00
60   "  =  95.00
65   "  = 100.00
70   "  - 108.00
 VANCOUVER; January 19, 1976.
J. Y&tes
Master       )
First Officer  ) "Carrier Princess **
Second officer )
File* 608
Master
)
First officer  )
"Trailer Princess**
.iL,:JV
Master ■■•■; ■.;...;■' -.. );\;;,  ;;■;.„;-;.;;.; _ v;-
First Officer j   "Princess of Vancouver*
Second Officer     )
Third Officer       )
■• ..'   .<
The blocking of vehicles and the placing of deck pads is
to be done only at the discretion and under the direction
of the Deck Officer on watch. Deck ratings are not to
perform this task indiscriminately, and in view of the
costs involved, it will be necessary for the Deck officer
on duty to control this situation. ., : --
The foregoing is not in any 'way to infer that safety considerations are to be put aside in favour of economiesj
therefore, the requirement to block any unit will be ths
responsibility of the Deck officer on duty.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
ANC'BB
cc. Mr. CA. Aitken
Mr. R.D. Pelley
Mr. J.D. Finnie
.1 yy
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast  Steamship Service
VANCOUVER,   December  31,   1975.
File:
163
CIRCULAR #75-16
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO SERVICE - FALL-WINTER 1975-1976
(1)  Messrs.
E. Robinson
(4)
(2)
L.P, Chatfield
(1)
(2)
L.E. Wedman
(2)
(4)
R.A. Ferguson
(1)
(4)
J.G. Shave
(6)
(2)
C.A. Aitken
(2)
(2)
A.A. Faulkner
(2)
(1)
(2)
Messrs. F.W. Atkinson
G. Bradley
L.G. Armstrong
W.R. Shields
K.A. McGregor
W.D. Wilks
W.A. Greene
W.W. Hocking
A.D. Watson
Purser, "Princess of Vancouver"
Chief Steward, "Princess of Vancouver"
Chief Steward, "Carrier Princess"
Master, "Princess of Vancouver"
Chief Engineer, "Princess of Vancouver"
Master, "Carrier Princess"
Chief Engineer, "Carrier Princess"
Master, "Trailer Princess"
Chief Engineer, "Trailer Princess"
Reference Bulletin No. 75-5, October 1, 1975.
The following alternate Saturday maintenance layover days for
the "Princess of Vancouver" are cancelled: Saturday, January
10, 1976, and Saturday, January 24, 1976.
"Princess of Vancouver" maintenance layover days will recommence Saturday, February 14, 1976, continuing in accordance
with above reference.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc.  Messrs. B.D. Margetts, Montreal
L.R. Smith, Vancouver
J.D. Bromley, Vancouver
m •> « ^-,
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(1)
(1)
(1)
 SURVEY OF COMMERCIAL VEHICLE OPERATIONS
USING AVAILABLE COASTAL FERRY SERVICES
SPONSORED BY:
Automotive Transport Association of B.C.
Canadian Pacific (Marine)
British Columbia Ferries.
This survey is prepared co-operatively by the above organizations in
an effort to improve commercial vehicle services between coastal
points. Your co-operation in completing the following questionnaire
will be to your own advantage. We suggest that you do it now if you
are a driver on board a B.C. Ferry or those CP. ships handling
coupled rigs. Drop trailer operations will be handled differently
by CP. Marine.  In the former case, after you have completed the foam ,
hand it to the Purser or a terminal official at either end of your trip,
1. Company name . Date
Company address  Time
2. Truck Information:
(a)  Type of unit; (e.g., straight truck, semi, lowbed, other)
(b) Gross Vehicle Weight:   Length   Height
Are you:  Overwidth (over 102")  Overlength (Over 65')
(c) What are you hauling?
(i) On this trip   What is your usual cargo?,
(d) Where did this haul originate?	
Where did you start from today?.
(e) What is your destination?
(i)  Final destination? 	
(ii) Any drops made? (Where) 	
(f)  Do you use this sailing?
Daily   Weekly   Other (Specify)
 - 2 -
2. Truck Information (Cont'd.)
(g)  Why did you take this route? Lower Rates
Reservation    Convenient Sailing Time	
.Shortest Route   Other (Specify) 	
(h) Will this rig be going back the same day? Will it
be returning by the same route?  ,	
3.  Alternate Methods and Suggestions:
There are several transportation systems available between several
coastal points for commercial traffic. Do you have any suggestions
for improving the services?
Thank you for your co-operation.
 January 19, 1976.
File No. T-7€~101~PV
Mr*.'.■J*A* -Reader   ■":
Marine Coisflultant
Electrolytic Marin* Corrosion Services Ltd.
P.O. Box 663
Victoria, B.C.
V9W 1V3
Dear Mr. Readert
Thia'has'"reference to your letter of January 13;
1976, concerning the drydockinga of chit vessels,
the "Princes* of Vancouver," "Carrier Princess,*
trailer Prineees" and "Princess Patricia*"
Please note that all the above vessels will, depending on availability, drydock at Burrard Dry
Dock Co. Ltd., North Vancouver.
The "Princess Of Vancouver is stemmed for drydocking at the above on January 26th to January 29th
inclusive. Tentative docking dates of the remainder
are i
mmmym ^^ ~
•Princess PttrlaJA*      Early April
"Carrier Princ****       .Mid April
"Trailer Princes*"       Mid May
Exact dates of docking will be given a* seem as
^kMigi.   -m.      M   _____________S^^*_ ______
pract icable•
Yours very truly*
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
TK^Bl
 - 2 -
2. Truck Information (Cont•d.)
(g)  Why did you take this route? Lower Rates
Reservation   Convenient Sailing Time
ihortest Route   Other (Specify)
(h) Will this rig be going back the same day?  Will it
be returning by the same route?	
Alternate Methods and Suggestions:
There are several transportation systems available between several
coastal points for commercial traffic. Do you have any suggestions
for improving the services?
Thank you for your co-operation,
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship  Service
OPORD
Distribution -
Reference
Subject     -
File:
Date:
Context of Directive, etc.
REMARKS:
 VAKCOWBR, January 19 r 1976
J. Yatee
Mr. W.B. Jone*
General Paymaster
Montreal
Re:    lose sf period 19 wage cheque maaber A068656
fa ^ffSHr of A,J.|jy^es, jH24^64t Ro^l 9?S
Reference your letter of November 20, 1975, file 44-3673,
concerning the above.
Enclosed herewith le completed Affidavit fora and aacelpt
fore 599.
He are ales enclosing Affidavit farm forwarded with your letter
sf October 29, 1975.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 197^
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 197^- (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOW
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV, VANCOUVER
2030
0830
1300
31
8
16
2k
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
JUN
2
10
18
26
k
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
20^5
2
10
18
26
k
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
k
k
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
Ik
Ik
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR, JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
O83O
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
c
0
VIA V/RANGEAT, NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV, PRINCE RUPERT
1300
16'; 5
6
Ik
22
30
8
16
2k
AUG
1
M
s
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
lA-00
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
OQOO
8
16
2k
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
k
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0350
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
20^5
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr &  Hopkins Inlets
& return,
OFF BARTLSTT COVE 2200
1A
AR.
LV.
SKAGWAY
SKAGWAY
O815
2300
30
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
0830
1230   16
2k
SEPT
1
Enter Tracy Arm -.
Cruise
1500-
1900
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
16^5
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1^00
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
09C0
19  27
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,197^.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV ''PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 January 19, 1976
File: T-76-40
Mias Francine Simoneeu
Caea 66
25 Ave Miremont
1211 Geneve
SW1I2SKLAU)
Ummx  Mias Sinoneau:
Thanh you for your letter of Deeeaher 12, 1975, is which you
state you ere intereated in e position on our cruise ships.
We have only one cruise ship, the "Princess Patricia" on which
we earry only one Stewardess who has been with us a nunber of
years and she will, no doubt, be with us for many years to coma.
Sorry 1 eennot be more helpful but suggest that you write to one
of the lerger Steamship Companies who have vessels in Aleska
service such as tha P. & 0. Lisas, 409 Granville Street, Vencouver, B.C.
Yours truly,
J, YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
2k
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
k
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
204-5
2
10
18
26
k
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
1300
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
O83O
1230    5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
3
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA 'WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
l4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., JAN. 19/76
File:  609
B.D. MARGETTS  01-20365
MONTREAL, QUE.
N END VANC IS VOT NO 65 JAN 17/76 NBD A 1Q B ONE C NIL D 6 RAIL
POR ESTD REV 6900 STOP SBD A 14 B NIL C NIL D 8 MT RAIL POR
ESTD REV 2500 TOTAL REV 9400    BCC-10
J. YATES
MANAGER, BCCSS
CAA'BB
 January 16, 1976.
File No. 76.ALA.055.
TO eejs^MllOMMLMi
Monoger, B.C.C.S.S- ^ ,;„—y^pi
Marine Suoci iAtencr^nryy
Sudl-: :
_ -
Perrrrn_t
Accc" :
Mrs. Roberta Sainas
Supervisor
Inforraat ion Dept.
Greater Vancouver Convention &
Visitors Bureau
650 Burrard St.
Vancouver,  B.C.
V6C 2L2
Dea r Mrs•  Sh inast ■
-
"
!
Tharik you tot your Request tor inforraat ion concern-
lag our.Alaska cruise, and returning collated form
We araenclosing two copies of our 1976 brochure for
your personal up At,-and will arrange for a supply to
be delivered at the Visitors Bureau within the next
few days.
'',.'" ':A-■"
>0,l?J ■ ■   ■■• '■ ' a ■ ■:
Yours very truly*
DO.   ■' . .
y'.-:.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C«C.S.s.
RRR'BB
:   I   I   . "      i
;
 - 5 -
SWARTZ BAY - VANCOUVER
Trucks           Ud to 21 feet
$48.00
22-26 feet
60.00
27-31
69.00
32-36
79.00
37-41
85.00
42-45
94.00
50
103.00
55
112.00
60
121.00
Units                41 feet
=
$ 85.00 + $1.78 per ft.
50
a*
101.00 "    "   "
55
=
110.00 	
60
=
119.00 "
65
=
128.00 "
70
S3
137.00 "
Mobile Homes - Jwartz Bay
Over 36 and up to 40 feet - $97.00
Over 40 feet $97.00 plus $2.65 per
foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Jt         $97.00
Wide
$106.00
Wide
Wide
40 Fe«
$115.00
$124.00
42
102.00
112.00
121.00
131.00
44
107.00
117.00
127.00
138.00
46
112.00
123.00
134.00
144.00
48
118.00
129.00
140.00
151.00
50
123.00
135.00
146.00
158.00
52
128.00
140.00
152.00
164.00
54
134.00
146.00
158.00
171.00
56
139.00
152.00
165.00
178.00
58
144.00
158.00
171.00
184.00
60
149.50
163.00
177.00
191.00
62
155.00
169.00
183.00
198.00
64
160.00
175.00
190.00
204.00
66
165.00
181.00
196.00
211.00
68
171.00
186.00
202.00
218.00
6
 .
January 16, 1976.
Pile m*  76.ALA.521.T.
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Mr. a.g, Clifton
1935 N.W. 21     At
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73106.
tj Td.J# " '■•" !" . ■-.    ■■•:
, - L, . '
.Dear.Mr. Cliftont
reference to your letter of January 7th, wa
have arranged to forward you under separate cover,
a further supply of this year's "Princess Patricia"
cruise brochure.
Regret wa do not have any brochures on hand to data
concerning 1976 sightseeing arrangements; however,
representative from Ketchikan will be in tha city an
January 30th and will have several details available,
which I will forward to you. Tha Skagway to Lake
Bennett rail trip by Unite Pass & Yukon is the same
as in 1975, which Is $29.00 return U.S. funds.
Yours very truly*
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR*BB
-'
 - 2 -
RATES
(1) Unaccompanied autos, %-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
(2) Forklifts, capacity to 6,000 lbx.
Includes loading and unloading.
(3) Forklifts, capacity over 6,000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
(4) Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
(5) Boat Trailers, Bogies
(6) Commercial Freight Trailers
VANCOUVE
R - NANAIMO
Up
Trucks
to 20 feet
i
21-26 feet
27-31  "
i
32-36  **
37-41  "
42-45  "
50
i
55
60
Units
41 feet = $63.00
50   "  =  78.00
55   "  -  87.00
60   "  =  95.00
65   "  = 100.00
70   "  = 108.00
f
"'
$21.00
$25.00
$34.50
$23.00
$1.67 per ft.
min. $10.00
35 feet - $59.00
40 feet - 63.00
45 feet - 69.00
Overwidth - $.23 per ft.
Overhang - $1.67 "  If
$39.00^
48.00
52.00
59.00;
63. OOf
69.00
77.00
86.00
94.00
.67 per foot
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January 16, 1976.
Pile NO.  76.CKA.529.H.
Mr. D.s, Werner
10922 - 120th St.
Edmonton, Alta.
Dear Mr. Wernart
It was certainly nice to eem you for a faw moments
tha other day, and in connection with tha items discussed, 2 have received latter from Oilie Hanger to
tha affect that he will be in Vancouver on January
30th and I will query him at that time regarding bus
tour. I have also written Prince Rupert asking what
tour facilities are going to be available.
X will let you know regarding bar facilities as soon
as possible.
.■■■■■.:. ■ , . - ■■■'■
There should be no problem with upgrading tha evening
buffet as discussed. It is our intention to make improvements, and feel that we can include a couple of
hot dishes Without any additional cost to your
organization. .
00.0
I have not had an opportunity to see Penary Harris as
yet* and tide tables are still not available, but will
attend to this .as soon as possible*
. -a:     ■    :      oo. .■■ .-
Yours vary truly* i
J. YATES
Manager* b.c.cs.s.
RRR'BB
 -  5  -
SWARTZ  BAY  - VANCOUVER
Trucks
Up to 21 feet
$48.00
22-26 feet
60.00
27-31
69.00
32-36
79.00
37-41
85.00
42-45
94.00
50
103.00
55
112.00
60
-    '
121.00
Units
41 feet
=
$ 85.00 + $1.78 per ft..
50
ax
101.00 	
55
=
110.00 "
60
=
119.00 "
65
=
128.00 "
70
S3
137.00 	
Mobile Homes -
■ owartz Bav
Over 36 and up to 40 feet - $97.00
Over 40 feet $97.00 plus $2.65 per
foot plus  $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40 Feet         $97.00
$106.00
$115.00
$124.00
42
102.00
112.00
121.00
131.00
44
107.00
117.00
127.00
138.00
46
112.00
123.00
134.00
144.00
48
118.00
129.00
140.00
151.00
50
'          123.00
135.00
146.00
158.00
52
128.00
140.00
152.00
164.00
54
134.00
146.00
158.00
171.00
56
139.00
152.00
165.00
178.00
58
144.00
158.00
171.00
184.00
60
149.50
163.00
177.00
191.00
62
155.00
169.00
183.00
198.00
64
160.00
175.00
190.00
204.00
66
165.00
181.00
196.00
211.00
68
'          171.00
186.00
202.00
218.00
 VANCOUVER, January 16, 1976.       Filet T-76-101G-A
J. Yates :
Mr. A.E. Hilling
Superintendent
Vancouver* B.C. ,■
KAHi frPftftW 8U3MBMI BE YN$CQWm",
■ ■A. i :    . ; !
In addition to tha present temporary restriction of not
loading rail cars on Tracks 2 and 3 on the "Princess of
Vancouver," the deck-loading officer,  in co-operation
with the. rail crew, will ensure that the vessel is not
listed beyond four degrees of heel while 1 ceding or pulling
This situation wust be closely watched to prevent further
damage to the ship's stem-loading arrangement prior to
it being repaired in drydock during the week of January
26,  1976*.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
ANC'BB
CCi
Mr. J. Woodthorpe, Deputy General Yardraaster, Vancouver,
Master*  "Princess of Vancouver*
_ _„™_   -—-™    9 m*  —.-— -w—  —        mm —        -    mm im  mmm
Mr. C.A. Aitken, Vancouver.
Mr. R.D. Pelley, Vancouver.
Mr. J.D. Finnie, Vancouver.
 - 3 -
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Mobile Homes - Nanaimo
$1.78 per foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40 Feet         $ 71.00
$ 80.50
$ 90.00
$ 99.00
42
75.00
85.00
94.00
104.00
44
78.00
89.00
99.00
109.00
46
82.00
93.00
103.00
114.00
48
86.00
97.00
108.00
119.00
50
89.00
101.00
112.00
124.00
52
93.00
105.00
117.00
129.00
54
96.00
109.00
121.00
134.00
56
100.00
113.00
126.00
138.00
58
103.00
117.00
130.00
143.00
60   '
107.00
121.00
135.00
148.00
62
111.00
125.00
139.00
153.00
64
114.00
129.00
144.00
158.00
66
118.00
133.00
148.00
163.00
68
•           121.00
137.00
152.00
168.00
 VANCOUVER, January 16, 1976.        Filet T-76-69
J,> Yates
Mr. M.W. Holland
Montreal. Que.
Reference your letter January 13th, File 103-34, regarding
official steamship guides.
Two years ago we decided that the best steamship guide to
serve cur purpose, and that which was used by Travel Agents
to the greatest extent, was Ford's Deck Plan Guide and
their International Cruise Guide. The latter publication
is issued seasonally. Whan next you visit Vancouver you
might take a moment to have a look at these publications.
None of the other publications listed in the tear-out
sheet which accompanied your letter, would be of any use
to us.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 2.
"PRINCESS  MARGUERITE"
First Officer
Second Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
and Victoria-Port
Angeles  Route
HOURS
OF DUTY
0730 -
0915
1
3/4 hours
1100 -
1200
1
hour
1300 -
2215
1100
9
1/4
hours
TOTAL;
12
hours
0800 -
3
hours
1200 -
1900
7
■I
2130 -
2330
2
■I
TOTAL;
12
hours
The  leave basis  for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24
per day worked.     The First and Second Officers  will be allowed
one  (1)   hour's  overtime to compensate for  extra time on duty,
particularly due to insufficient meal period.
"PRINCESS   PATRICIA"
First Officer
and
Second Officer
Vancouver-Skagway  (Alaska)
Route - May - October	
HOURS   OF  DUTY
Work 6 hour watches.
Third Officer
On duty from 2200 to
0600, plus an additional
one (1) hour to two (2)
hours during the day relieving the First and
Second Officers for
meals, etc.
The leave basis for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24 per
day worked.
The Third Officer, who will be working ten (10) hours a day, will
receive leave on the basis of .9 per day worked.
 January 16§ 197$,
File No* T-76-134
Mrs. Sheila Bergheim
R.R. #3, Box 228A
Battleground* Wash, 98604*
Dear Mrs. Barghelrai
A large green duffel bag has been turned in to tha
Vancouver iftarf Ticket Office, and has in tarn been
forwarded to this office, whif&t we understand is
yours,
wa will be pleased if you will kindly claim same or
advise disposition.
Yours vary truly,
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 4.
"CARRIER PRINCESS"
Vancouver-Swartz Bay Route
(operating all year - two
trips daily)	
First and Second Officer assigned to the ship on the basis of six
(6) hours on duty and six (6) hours off. The leave basis for the
First and Second Officers will be 1.2 4 per day worked.
As there will be two (2) Officers assigned to the "Carrier Princess
on the Vancouver-Swartz Bay route, working on the basis of six (6)
hours on and six (6) hours off, their services will be utilized
when necessary, between Vancouver and Nanaimo, when the "Carrier
Princess" operates extra in that service.
The services of a Deck Officer are not required when vessel is not
operating during weekends, holidays, etc.
"TRAILER PRINCESS"
First Officer
Sailing 2030
Vancouver-Swartz Bay
Route (operating all
year)	
HOURS OF DUTY
1330 - 0630
12   hours
The leave basis for the First Officer will be 1.24 per day worked
while the vessel is operating on the night trip.  If the First
Officer is required to work more than twelve (12) hours, then
overtime is to be allowed.
When the vessel operates between Vancouver and Nanaimo in addition
to the night service, another First Officer will be appointed and
he will require to be on duty for approximately twelve (12) hours,
for which he will receive leave on the basis of 1.24 per day
worked.
When the "Trailer Princess" is operating regularly in both tha
night and day service, two (2) First Officers will be assigned
to the ship, working six hours/and six hours off, and the leave
basis will be 1.24 per day worked for each Officer.
No Officer required on duty when vessel is not operating during
weekends, holidays, etc.
 January 16, 1976,
File Wo* T-76-4.0
m ma. 9    m*ya**mt^mmmmmm* mam    mm 9    mmmmmm*** mm^aAmmmmm m     m am mammy avav*.!*
Alaska Pacific Marine, Inc.
P.O. Box 1108
Ketchikan, Alaska 99901,
Dear Lent
Now that wa have turned the corner into 1976 and
ara getting closer to firming up details- for the
"Patricia's" sailings this year* wa will appreciate advice from you if you will be able to continue
representing us in the manner done so effectively
during 1975, as wall as the charges you' will/assess
for this year's services.
We appreciate very ouch what you have done on our
behalf over the years, more particularly during 1975,
and will be roost happy to continue our association
this,year*
Yours vary truly.
J, YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRRlBB -..
:«*:
1
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
MEMORANDUM COVERING WORKING AND LEAVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
DECK OFFICERS EMPLOYED ON B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
 VESSELS - 1 9 7 4	
All Times Shown are Local
"PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
*First Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
HOURS OF DUTY
0730 - 0915 1 3/4 hours
1100 - 1200 1    hour
1230 - 1330 1
1700 - 2215 5 1/4 hours
Second Officer
TOTAL;
1100
9
hours
0800 -
3
hours
1200 -
1430
2
1/2
■I
1700 -
1830
1
1/2
ii
2130 -
2330
2
ii
TOTAL;
9
hours
On the Victoria-Seattle route only, the leave basis for the First
and Second Officers will be .9 per day worked. Any additional
time on duty for the First and Second Officers is to be covered
by the submission of overtime sheets, duly approved by the Master,
As the "Princess Marguerite" is in port from 1245 to 1800 daily,
the Second Officer will have sufficient time to carry out his
regular maintenance and other duties.
*If required, the First Officer is to be employed for one (1)
additional hour between 0730 and 1100, or in Seattle for one-
half (k)  hour from 2300 to 2330.
Under this arrangement there will be two (2) Officers on duty
during the loading of the vessel.  There will also be two (2)
Officers on duty for approximately one-half (Jg) hour after departure of the vessel from Seattle or after arrival in Seattle.
The services of a Deck Officer in Seattle after 2330 will not be
required.
 VA8cos*vm# Xmmxy la, ltte. rttet   *~7§-lo
J.
Chief
To coiapiy with customs requirements during tne 1976
under your respective jurisdiction, that wives, relatives
end friends meeting shipboard personnel in arrival ef
the "Princess Patricia" off cruise, will net be per-
city tints »
r* B.C.C.S.S,
RRR»BB
 3.
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER"
Vancouver-Nanaimo Route
(operating three round
trips daily - all year)
Complement of Deck Officers;
First Officer, Second Officer,
Third Officer (2)
HOURS OF DUTY
First Officer
Second Officer
Third Officer #1
Third Officer #2
0000 - 0600   6  hours
1200 - 1800   6
TOTAL:
1200
12
hours
0600   -
6
hours
1300   -
2400
0500
6
n
TOTAL;
12
hours
0200   -
3
hours
0600   -
0830
2
h
■I
0830   -
0930
1
hour
1000  -
1200
1230
2
hours
TOTAL;
3
h
hours
1200   -
h
hour
1400  -
1700
3
hours
1800  -
2030
2
h
ii
2200  -
2430
2
h
■i
TOTAL:
8
h
hours
The leave basis for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24 per
day worked.  The working arrangements for the First and Second
Officers are on the basis of one (1) day worked and one (1) day
off.  This arrangement is periodically changed when a special
request is received from one of the Officers.
The leave basis for the two (2) Third Officers will be .9 per day
worked.  The relief system for the two Third Officers is on the
basis of ten (10) days on duty and five (5) days off.  The two (2)
Third Officers, under these working arrangements will rotate.
 January 16, 1976*
Wile m>* t-7**3$
Chief ^toward
"Princess of Vancouver**
This will introduce Mr. svan
of Johnston
will yee kindly
ef four* the
to the Bridge,
to
of
and his party
ship, including a visit
permitting.
mm      mmai.mmiaiM.mi
<J* YJsTES
Manager,  B.C.C.S.S.
HLH'BB
he,   Hester
Rareer
Chief Steward
"Princess of Vancouver'
 5.
GENERAL REMARKS:
On any occasion the Masters require an additional Officer on duty,
while fog prevails or during adverse weather, or for any other
reason which necessitates Deck Officers working longer hours than
those shown in this memorandum, then overtime sheets are to be
submitted which first require the Master's approval.  The reason
for the overtime worked must be shown.  Overtime shall be allowed
on the basis of time and one-half of the regular rate.
H.L. THOMPSON
Manager, Marine Operations
Vancouver, B.C.
April 13, 1974.
 VANCOUVER^.  January 16., 1976* Filet    T-76-20
Jo Yates
Mr* A0A. Faulkner
Supt*. Investigation
Vancouver, B.c0
AfeMfttol, jKftttf mmmmmmmmmmJ .Mffftffitt
For your information, during 1976 the TBV "Friaeese
Patricia" will arrive Wnceuver at 0900 and depart at
2030, as shown below:
Depart May 15
Arrive & Depart May 23-31
June 8-16—24
July 2-10-18-26
August 3-11-19-27
Sept, 4-12-20-28
Arrive Oct. 2
Any further sailings will be advised.
Manager,  B.CCS.S.
RRR'BB
cc.    Mr* W. Picken
Stead Red Cap
Vancouver, B.C.
It will be appreciated if you will arrange Bed cap
coverage for incoming sailings, as was done last
year. If there is any problem concerning these
arrangements * please contact me.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
 "PRINCESS  MARGUERITE"
First Officer
Second  Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
and Victoria-Port
Angeles  Route
HOURS
OF DUTY
0730 -
0915
1
3/4 hours
1100 -
1200
1
hour
1300 -
2215
1100
9
1/4 hours
TOTAL:
12
hours
0800 -
3
hours
1200 -
1900
7
M
2130 -
2330
2
ii
TOTAL;
12
hours
The  leave basis  for the First and Second Officers  will  be  1.24
per day worked.     The First and Second Officers  will  be allowed
one  (1)   hour's  overtime to compensate for extra time on duty,
particularly due to insufficient meal period.
"PRINCESS   PATRICIA"
First Officer
and
Second Officer
Vancouver-Skagway  (Alaska)
Route - May - October	
HOURS   OF   DUTY
Work 6 hour watches.
Third Officer
On duty from 2200 to
0600, plus an additional
one (1) hour to two (2)
hours during the day relieving the First and
Second Officers for
meals, etc.
The leave basis for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24 per
day worked.
The Third Officer, who will be working ten (10) hours a day, will
receive leave on the basis of .9 per day worked.
 VAISCOUVER,  January 16,  1976. File»     75.ALA.521.10.M.
J* Yates
Mr* H.S. Harriaaa
Montreal, Que,
COMMISSION g HAPPY LANDINGS.   INC.
Happy Landings*  Inc., 207 Post Avenue* Westbury* N.Y.
11590, arranged Alaska booking during the 1975 season
on behalf of their clients, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mellitz*
occupying Cabin 219 on the "Princess Patricia" August
llth sailing* for which the total charges Canadian were
$1670.00,  or tf.S. equivalent $1653.47.
Passage Forms 11R No. 10102-03 wore issued to cover and
are shown on Vancouver Wharf Ticket Agent's report for
period ending July 31, 1975.    Travel Agency issued an Air
Canada Miscellaneous Charges Order, copy of which is enclosed, showing tha net amount from an $80.00 deposit.
As Travel Agency was unable to deduct commission at time
of sale* and as they are entitled to receive the commission which is due them on the strength of this sale,
it would be appreciated if you would kindly arrange same
in the amount of $165.34 U.S. funds whan account has been
settled lay Air Canada.
Manager, B.CCS.S,
RRR'BB
 5.
GENERAL REMARKS:
On any occasion the Masters require an additional Officer on duty,
while fog prevails or during adverse weather, or for any other
reason which necessitates Deck Officers working longer hours than
those shown in this memorandum, then overtime sheets are to be
submitted which first require the Master's approval.  The reason
for the overtime worked must be shown.  Overtime shall be allowed
on the basis of time and one-half of the regular rate.
H.L. THOMPSON
Manager, Marine Operations
Vancouver, B.C.
April 13, 1974.
 I
January 16* 197B.
File No. 76.ALA.055.
Mr* Frank 0, Downey, Manager
Passenger Sales & Service ■ '...
White. Pass & 'Yukon Route - -
P,0. Box 2147
Seattle, Washington 98111.
.-Dear Franki
It looks as if 1976 is well avmy once again, and wish
to bring you up to date on the charter groups we will
be handling during the season.
On May 15th and again on September 12th, Hawaiian
Polynesia Tours have chartered the "Patricia," then
on Msy 23rd and September 20th Pioneer Tours have the
ship, all on the usual schedule of the "Patricia."
Copies of 1976 brochure are enclosed.
We have a short Ketchikan charter on September 23th,
terminating October 2nd, but at the present time have
no firm commitment for the ship thereafter* There is
a possibility of an Alaska Shrine charter, but will
fill you in on details later, should it fire up*
Under separate cover we have requested berthing for r- "Vf
the "Princess Patricia" for tho above dates, except
that in our latter of February .21,...1975, we did mention
a departure on September 28th to Skagway, which, of
course, will now terminate at Ketchikan.
with best regards te ell et White Pass for the Hew Year,
Yours very truly*
•K. KtSJLD
Asst, Manager, B.CCS.S,
RRR'BB
/
 \
CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
MEMORANDUM COVERING WORKING AND LEAVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
DECK OFFICERS EMPLOYED ON B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
 VESSELS - 1 9 7 4 _
All Times Shown are Local
"PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
*First Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
HOURS OF DUTY
0730 - 0915 1 3/4 hours
1100 - 1200 1    hour
1230 - 1330 1
1700 - 2215 5 1/4 hours
Second Officer
TOTAL:
1100
9
hours
0800   -
3
hours
1200  -
1430
2
1/2
ii
1700   -
1830
1
1/2
n
2130   -
2330
2
ii
TOTAL:
9
hours
On the Victoria-Seattle route only, the leave basis for the First
and Second Officers will be .9 per day worked.  Any additional
time on duty for the First and Second Officers is to be covered
by the submission of overtime sheets, duly approved by the Master,
As the "Princess Marguerite" is in port from 1245 to 1800 daily,
the Second Officer will have sufficient time to carry out his
regular maintenance and other duties.
*If required, the First Officer is to be employed for one (1)
additional hour between 07 30 and 1100, or in Seattle for one-
half (h)  hour from 2300 to 2330.
Under this arrangement there will be two (2) Officers on duty
during the loading of the vessel. There will also be two (2)
Officers on duty for approximately one-half (%)   hour after departure of the vessel from Seattle or after arrival in Seattle.
The services of a Deck Officer in Seattle after 2330 will not be
required.
 January 16, 1976.
File Mo. 76.ALA.055.
Mr. Paul Mssser
Paoif ic Northwest Manager
Sunset Magazine
1009 Tower Bldg.
Seattle, Washington 93101.
Dear Paul*
Thanks ever so rauch for your best wishes for the New
Year* and wish to reciprocate from all of us at B.C
Coast Steamship Service in Vancouver.
Everyone in the office is' admiring the painting of
tha Great Jeffrey Pine which you sent us, so we are
going to have it framed and suitably placed where the
staff can enjoy it.
What's new with A.V.A. and has there been any further
development with regard to a local Vancouver Chapter?
With best wishes.
R.R, REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 4.
Vancouver-Swartz Bay Route
(operating all  year  - two
"CARRIER   PRINCESS" trips   daily)	
First and Second Officer assigned to the ship on the basis of six
(6) hours on duty and six (6) hours off. The leave basis for the
First and Second Officers   will be  1.2 4 per day  worked.
As there will be two   (2)   Officers assigned to the   "Carrier Princess
on the Vancouver-Swartz Bay route,   working on the basis  of six  (6)
hours  on and six  (6)  hours  off,   their services  will be utilized
when necessary,   between Vancouver and Nanaimo,   when the   "Carrier
Princess"   operates   extra   in that service.
.The services  of a Deck Officer are  not required when vessel  is  not
operating during weekends,   holidays,   etc.
Vancouver-Swartz Bay
Route   (operating all
"TRAILER   PRINCESS" year)	
HOURS   OF   DUTY
First Officer    Sailing 2030    1330 - 0630   12  hours
The leave basis for the First Officer will be 1.24 per day worked
while the vessel is operating on the night trip.  If the First
Officer is required to work more than twelve (12) hours, then
overtime is to be allowed.
When the vessel operates between Vancouver and Nanaimo in addition
to the night service, another First Officer will be appointed and
he will require to be on duty for approximately twelve (12) hours,
for which he will receive leave on the basis of 1.24 per day
worked.
When the "Trailer Princess" is operating regularly in both the
night and day service, two (2) First Officers will be assigned
to the ship, working six hours/and six hours off, and the leave
basis will be 1.24 per day worked for each Officer.
No Officer required on duty when vessel is not operating during
weekends, holidays, etc.
 Jenuery 16, 1974
File: 462398
Mr. R. Hey
Apt. #1203
%mt Seven Read
Rennimo, B.C.
Dear Mr. May:
Returned herewith le Sun Life Fore "A"*
It le noted you claim that yen hurt your foot while at work
and ee so accident report use aubmitted te thia effies, Sun
Life will not make peymente mm this baaia.
If in feet you did injure youreelf et work, kindly edvise why
thie wee not immediately reported to your Superviaor end
neceeeary forma aubmitted to thie office.
Youra truly.
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 19?4
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
'PRINCESS PATRICIA
1
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
2030
0830
1300
31
JUN
2
8
10
16
18
2k
26
2
k
10
12
18
20
26
28
3
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
20^5
2
10
18
26
k
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
k
k
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
-\k
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
16^-5
6
^k
22
30
8
16
2k
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1^+00
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
2k
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
k
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
083C
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
20^5
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
■\k
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
2k
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
16^5
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
l4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
k
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25.197A.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV 'PRINCESS PATRICIA'1 REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 16, 1976 File: 310681 (I)
J. Yatea
2nd Officer
PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER
Re: Injury eueteined by A.O. MACLEOD, on January 10. 1976
Please advise this office if Mr. MacLeod attends a doctor thia account.
Menager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
cc: Mr. A.D. MacLeod, Bosun, "Priaceae of Vencouver"
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 197^
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 197^ (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA
11
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY  JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
2030
0830
1300
31
JUN
2
8
10
16
18
2k
26
2   10
k         12
18
20
26
28
3
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
20^5
2
10
18
26
k         12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5  13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
k
k
12
12
20
20
28
28
6 , ^k
6  14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230   5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7  15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
■\6k5
6
^k
22
30
8  16
2k
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
AR. VANCOUVER
1400
1700
0900
7
15
23
JLY
1
9  17
25
2
10
8
16
2k
2
10  18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
k
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
20^5
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
2k
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
16^5
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
7
^
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
k
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
'       Jnrraarv 25.1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to ti
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV :'PRINCESS PATRICIA- REGISTERED IN CANADA
dal
 VANCOUVER, January 16, 1976 File: 320066
J. Yates
Mr. R. Grenger,
Manager, Benefits,
Montreal
Re: Edwin T. BART, #P-320086, S.I.No. 701-379-828, Roll 956
D^e ftf.Mr.tfr    April 7, 19|6	
Kindly Advise whet Mr. Hart's pension would be if he elected to
retire en May 1, 1976, with and without level option.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 •
CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STS
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1'
AMSHIP SERVICE
974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOW
"PRINCESS PATRICIA'
1
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
30-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
Ik
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230    5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
AR. VANCOUVER
i4oo
1700
0900
7
8
15
16
23
24
JLY
1
2
9
10
17
18
25
26
2
3
10
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230   16
1500-1900
2k
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
l4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
rpTTTn inmr iippTMr^qc: PATTRTr.T''i" TrRV.TWKTQW'n Tivr naNam
 January 16, 1976
Mr. A. Taylor
#50?-*~121O Jervls Street
Vencouver, B.C.
Dear Mr. Taylor:
*•'   Jmi gf MEM ,tt HIM,, fifrtfl«ff ^qfjftffi
Enclosed herewith la further Affidavit concerning the ebove.
{■lease complete end return to this office ae soon as possible
end duplicate cheque will then be Issued to you.
Tours truly*
J. YATES,
Menager,
B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230   5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
k
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25.197A.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE  TEV   "PPTNCKSfi   PATPTC!TA"   PreaTSTrPTPren   TM  HAW/mA	
 January 15, 1976
rile: 164
Consolidated Freightways
Claims Department
7667 Express
Burnaby* B.C.
Doer Sirs:
1 enclose photostat copies of deeunents concerning shipment
of sower packs damaged while being transported by Consolidated
Freightways from Hatch & Kirk Export Co., Seattle, to our Stores*
Department in Vencouver, B.C.
Details ere es follows:
Bamege sustained by four power pack waits type SM64SS7
during trensporation ttarn suppliers.
Two wilts damaged in- way of lower steel cooling water  -
jacket of cylinder lines.
Two units damaged in way of lower seal landing where contect
was made with two adjacent units, connecting reds wire also
disturbed from their securing point.
All shove four units need to be returned to supplier for a
complete inspection of all parte with regard to apparent or
latent damage auetained. All unit parte need re-quelifying.
As soon as we are aware of the coat of repairs, we will submit our
claim together with originals of the documents*
Tours truly.
J. TATES,
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
k
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
0
0
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
2k
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
l4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
.Tarmat-Tr PS.-1Q7U.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV ''PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 January 16,  1976
File:     76.AIA.521.2.B.
Mrs. Sally o'Leary
Reid & Hurley Travel,  inc.
60 Adams street
Milton, Massachusetts    02187
Dear Mrs. o'Learyt
Re:    M/fa F.F.  Brooks - PRINCESS  PATRICIA - JUNE 8/76
ROOM 225
Thanh you for your letter dated January 7, 1976 enclosing
your cheque #18144 in the amount of $1,753.20 U.S.
covering payment in full for above reservation.
At present we  are having new tickets printed and delivered
shortly, therefore, will forward same when received.
Will also forward new 'Embarkation Instruction' pamphlet
when received.
Sincerely yours.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
/BK
 January 16, 1976
File:  76.521.W.
Mr. Roy V. Workman
4617 Venice Way
San Jose, Calif. 95129
Dear Mr. Workman:
Re:  RESERVATION - VANCOUVET7&ANAIMO S. RETURN
Reference your letters November 3rd and January 12th.
We have reserved "princess of Vancouver" from Vancouver,
Tuesday, August 24th 12 Noon Local Time to Nanaimo,
arriving 2:30 P.M. - Automobile Spaces 6 and 7. Option
date is July 23, 1976.
As our printed CP Rail Ferry service schedules for
1976 is not available, herewith copy covering 1975
rates. At present, 1976 rates have not been confirmed;
therefore, we shall write you again.
It would be advisable for you to advise exact number
travelling, so we may quote correct fare. On receipt
of this information, we can then issue your tickets
and forward same to you.
Sincerely yours.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
/BK
 Vancouver, January 16,  1976. File:    S.O.
J. Yates
Mr.  R. Gavin
Storekeeper
Vancouver, B.C.
we are attaching copy of revised regulations governing
the destruction of records in Stores Department.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 i     f
■January Vm% 1976*
Pile No., fb9S«JJ .
^Accoun
Mr* Frartk G. Downey, Manager
Pas»sevtg«r «&les & Service
White Team & Ylakon Route
P.O.  Box 2147
Seattle* Washington 98111.
Dear Mr, Downeyi
Fleas«i refer to my letter of July 16, 1975, enclosing
schedule 6£ the "Princess Patricia" for the 1976
season.'
Will appreciate receiving confinaation at your earliest
convenience, that berthing arrangmoenta have been made
at your terminal in STtngway for the "Princess Patricia*
for the coming season.
yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager,.B.C.C.S.S,
BB
art
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
MEMORANDUM COVERING WORKING AND LEAVE ARRANGEMEM'S FOR
DECK OFFICERS EMPLOYED ON B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
VESSELS - 1 9 7 4
All Times Shown are Local
"PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
*First Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
HOURS OF DUTY
0730 - 0915 1 3/4 hours
1100 - 1200 1    hour
1230 - 1330 1
1700 - 2215 5 1/4 hours
Second Officer
TOTAL:
1100
9
hours
0800  -
3
hours
1200   -
1430
2
1/2
ii
1700   -
1330
1
1/2
H
2130   -
2330
2
■1
TOTAL:
9
hours
On the Victoria-Seattle route only, the leave basis for the First
and Second Officers will be .9 per day worked.  Any additional
time on duty for the First and Second Officers is to be covered
by the submission of overtime sheets, duly approved by the Master,
As the "Princess Marguerite" is in port from 1245 to 1800 daily,
the Second Officer will have sufficient time to carry out his
regular maintenance and other duties.
*If required, the First Officer is to be employed for one (1)
additional hour between 07 30 and 1100, or in Seattle for one-
half (h)  hour from 2300 to 2330.
Under this arrangement there will be two (2) Officers on duty
during the loading of the vessel. There will also be two (2)
Officers on duty for approximately one-half (^) hour after departure of the vessel from Seattle or after arrival in Seattle.
The services of a Deck Officer in Seattle after 2330 will not be
required.
 January 15, 1976.
File No* T-76-10
Mr. B.J. Emery
Administrative Services Officer
The City and Borough of Juneau
155 South Seward St.
Juneau, Alaska 99801.
Dear Mr. Emery*
Please refer to your letter of Mgust 14, 1975, and
our reply of August 22nd, concerning docking arrangements for the "Princess Patricia."
Will appreciate receiving confirmation at your earliest
convenience, that berthing arrangements for the
"Princess Patricia* for 1976 season will be made as
in the past.
Yours very truly.
3*  YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
BB
 3.
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER"
Complement of Deck Officers:
First Officer, Second Officer,
Third Officer (2)
Vancouver-Nanaimo Route
(operating three round
trips daily - all year)
HOURS OF DUTY
First Officer
Second Officer
Third Officer #1
Third Officer #2
0000 - 0600   6  hours
1200 - 1800    6
TOTAL:
1200
12
hours
0600 -
6
hours
1800 -
2400
0500
6
ii
TOTAL:
12
hours
0200 -
3
hours
0600 -
0830
2
h
M
0830 -
0930
1
hour
1000 -
1200
1230
2
hours
TOTAL:
3
h
hours
1200 -
_
h
hour
1400 -
1700
3
hours
1800 -
2030
2
h
ii
2200 -
2430
2
h
■I
TOTAL:
8
h
hours
The leave basis for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24 per
day worked.  The working arrangements for the First and Second
Officers are on the basis of one (1) day worked and one (1) day
off.  This arrangement is periodically changed when a special
request is received from one of the Officers.
The leave basis for the two (2) Third Officers will be .9 per day
worked.  The relief system for the two Third Officers is on the
basis of ten (10) days on duty and five (5) days off.  The two (2)
Third Officers, under these working arrangements will rotate.
 January 15, 1976*
File No. T-76-10
Ms. Anne K. Graham
Depity-Clexk
The Corporation #f the Village of Alsri lay
P.O. Box 28
Alert Bay, B.C.
vm iao
Dear Us. Graham:
Please refer to my letter of December 9, 1975, in
connection with berthing arrangements for the
"Princess Patricia* for 1976 season.
will appreciate hearing from you at your earliest
convenience.
Years very truly*
j. yatbs
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 2.
"PRINCESS  MARGUERITE"
First Officer
Second Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
and Victoria-Port
Angeles  Route
HOURS
DF DUTY
0730 -
0915
1
3/4 hours
1100 -
1200
1
hour
1300 -
2215
1100
9
1/4 hours
TOTAL:
12
hours
0800 -
3
hours
1200 -
1900
7
ii
2130 -
2330
2
H
TOTAL:
12
hours
The  leave basis  for the First and Second Officers  will be 1.24
per day worked.     The First and Second Officers  will  be allowed
one   (1)   hour's  overtime to compensate for  extra time on duty,
particularly due to insufficient meal period.
"PRINCESS   PATRICIA"
First Officer
and
Second Officer
Vancouver-Skagway  (Alaska)
Route - May - October	
HOURS   OF  DUTY
Work 6 hour watches.
Third Officer
On duty from 2200 to
0600, plus an additional
one (1) hour to two (2)
hours during the day relieving the First and
Second Officers for
meals, etc.
The leave basis for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24 per
day worked.
The Third Officer, who will be working ten (10) hours a day, will
receive leave on the basis of .9 per day worked.
 I         »
■
January IS* 1976.
?JH« Wo* Y-76-10
m%fm H«l#* TSSHPMI
City mnager        -
City of Ketchikan
324 Front St,
Ketchikan, Alaska 99901.
Dear %%f§ Tmmypmt     .
Plsass rsfsr to ray letter of December 11* 1975, to
MT* WmWm ©ilwors,   little, *itfc oogy to you.
Will Sfprsoiate receiving at your earliest conveni
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"Princess Patricia* for 1976 season.
Yours very truly.
J. YAY85S
cc.    Mr. Leonard c. jauranee, .President
Alaska P&df 1c Grille,  Inc.
P.O. Iok 1103
Ketchikan, Alaska 99901.
 4.
Vancouver-Swartz Bay Route
(operating all  year  -  two
"CARRIER   PRINCESS" trips   daily)	
First and Second Officer assigned to the ship on the basis of six
(6) hours on duty and six (6) hours off. The leave basis for the
First and Second Officers   will be  1.2 4 per day  worked.
As  there  will be two   (2)   Officers  assigned to the   "Carrier Princess"
on the Vancouver-Swartz Bay route,   working on the basis   of six   (6)
hours  on and  six  (6)  hours  off,   their services  will  be utilized
when  necessary,   between Vancouver  and Nanaimo,   when the   "Carrier
Princess"   operates   extra   in that service.
.The services   of a  Deck Officer are   not required when vessel   is  not
operating during weekends,   holidays,   etc.
Vancouver-Swartz Bay
Route   (operating all
"TRAILER   PRINCESS" year)	
HOURS   OF   DUTY
First Officer    Sailing 2030    1330 - 0630   12  hours
The leave basis for the First Officer will be 1.24 per day worked
while the vessel is operating on the night trip.  If the First
Officer is required to work more than twelve (12) hours, then
overtime is to be allowed.
When the vessel operates between Vancouver and Nanaimo in addition
to the night service, another First Officer will be appointed and
he will require to be on duty for approximately twelve (12) hours,
for which he will receive leave on the basis of 1.24 per day
worked.
When the "Trailer Princess" is operating regularly in both the
night and day service, two (2) First Officers will be assigned
to the ship, working six hours/and six hours off, and the leave
basis will be 1.24 per day worked for e;.ch Officer.
No Officer required on duty when vessel is not operating during
weekends, holidays, etc.
 VANCOUVER, January 15, 1976. ..... Pilej T-76^-l007-A
J. Yates
Master .
"Carrier Princess*
Your vessel will be required for sea trials nturday,
January 17, 1976, ori completion discharge 0900 arrival
ex Swarts Bay,
Arrange to depart A-3 with trials personnel embarked and
proceed to a position in Vancouver Barbour clear of
regular traffic lanes, to conduct functioning trials for
the Bow Thruster Unit, and upon corapletion proceed to
assigned layover berth.
"Carrier Princess* will be required in scheduled Nanaimo
service Monday, January 19th and Monday, January 26th,
MMiager, B.C.C.S.S,
ANC'BB
cc. Master, "Princess of Vancouver*
Master, "Trailer Princess*
Chief Engineer, "Carrier Princess*
Chief Engineer, "Princess of Vancouvsr"
Chief Engineer, "Trailer Princess*
Second Officer, "Carrier Irincess"
Wharf Ticket Agent* Nanaimo
Wharf Ticket Agent, Vancouver
Senior Traffic Superviaor, Vancouver
Sliptender, Pier A-3* Vancouver
Mr, C;A. Aitken* Vancouver        y
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
MEMORANDUM COVERING WORKING AND LEAVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
DECK OFFICERS EMPLOYED ON B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
 VESSELS - 1 9 7 4	
All Times Shown are Local
"PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
*First Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
Second Officer
HOURS   OF   DUT
Y
1
3/4
0730  -
0915
hours
1100  -
1200
1
hour
1230  -
1330
1
ii
1700   -
2215
1100
5
1/4 hours
TOTAL:
9
hours
0800  -
3
hours
1200  -
1430
2
1/2
■I
1700   -
1330
1
1/2
H
2130   -
2330
2
■I
TOTAL:
9
hours
On the Victoria-Seattle route only, the leave basis for the First
and Second Officers will be .9 per day worked. Any additional
time on duty for the First and Second Officers is to be covered
by the submission of overtime sheets, duly approved by the Master.
As the "Princess Marguerite" is in port from 1245 to 1800 daily,
the Second Officer will have sufficient time to carry out his
regular maintenance and other duties.
*If required, the First Officer is to be employed for one (1)
additional hour between 0730 and 1100, or in Seattle for one-
half (h)  hour from 2300 to 2330.
Under this arrangement there will be two (2) Officers on duty
during the loading of the vessel.  There will also be two (2)
Officers on duty for approximately one-half (Jg) hour after departure of the vessel from Seattle or after arrival in Seattle.
The services of a Deck Officer in Seattle after 2330 will not be
required.
 January 15, 1976,
File No. 341-0
Mr. fi.L. Tottenham* President
Incan Ships Ltd.
3 Place Villa Maris, suits 622
Montreal, cuebec.
Dear Mr. Tottenham:
Further to ray letter of January 9* 1976,
1 should like to clarify the estimated monthly costs
of lay-up for M.V. "Incan St, Laurent."
Ths invoice under File 59041-A, December 1975* shows
total costs to you for laying up ths ship* and subsequent monthly costs for ths vassal in "Dead ship
Condition."
Monthly costs should now be estimated as follows:
Engineer * $106,36 par diem, plus v«ge escalation.
Fuel    - 30 gal. per diem x 41*9 per gal.* plus
pries adjustment.
fur an approximate monthly total of $3*012*84*
Yours very truly,
J*  YATES
Manager* B.C.C.S.S.
ANC BB
be. Mr. B.D. Margetts, Montreal.
Attached are copies of my letter of January 9th and
invoice dated December 1975• Regret we overlooked
forwarding these to you at the time.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 5.
GENERAL REMARKS:
On any occasion the Masters require an additional Officer on duty,
while fog prevails or during adverse weather, or for any other
reason which necessitates Deck Officers working longer hours than
those shown in this memorandum, then overtime sheets are to be
submitted which first require the Master's approval.  The reason
for the overtime worked must be shown.  Overtime shall be allowed
on the basis of time and one-half of the regular rate.
H.L. THOMPSON
Manager, Marine Operations
Vancouver, B.C.
April 13, 1974.
 January 15, 1976
File;  164
Terminal Manager
C.P. Sxpreea
44 V, Fender
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir)
You will bo doubt have received Mr. J.L.S. Brunelie's speediaeao
Vita detail* attached of our claim for pump spares ia tranait.
Details are at follow*:
Ordered from: Stothert 4 Pitt, Bath, England
Our Requisition No.: 8-40010-10178-4
C.t. Expreaa Waybill No.: 880049590 -handled from Lachine,
Quebec to Vancouver, B.C.
Kindly advise when we may expect to receive your cheque for
$466.00 in aettleaent.
Youra truly,
J. YATES,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SSRVIC!
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2,   197^
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER I97A (REVISED)
E
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA
4
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN  JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
2k           2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26    k
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1o30
20^5
2
10
18
26    k
12
20
28
r.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
S: return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27   5
13
21
29
y.
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
k
k
12
12
20
20
28   6
28   6
14
14
22
22
30
50
Ml,   JUNEAU
LV. JUNFAU
Enter Tracy Am - Cruise
0830
12-30
1500-
1900
13
21
29   7
15
23
31
0
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
16A5
6
■\k
22
30   8
16
2k
AUG
1
AR, ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
lAoo
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1   9
17
25
2
10
" '!
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
AUG
16
AUG
2k
2   10
18
26
5
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
k
	
AR, KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0330
1300
13
2 ;
29
0
AR. WRANGELL
LV, WRANGELL
1830
20A5
13
21
29
6
	
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
A- return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
220 :
t /•
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
08'i5
2300
15
15
23
23
51
3'i
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Erter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
aC.
i ^
1900
2k
SEPT
1   9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
13C0
1645
17
25
2
10
AR, ALERT PAY
LV. ALERT BAY
lAuO
1700
18
26
3
11
AR, VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
k
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974,
Bates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to ti<
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV ''PRINCESS PATRICIA- REGISTERED IN CANADA
XciA.
 VANCOUVER, January 15, 1976
J. Yates
Mr. H.l. Williams
Purchasing Agent
Vancouver
Files  T-76-5
Will you kindly obtain quotation to supply staff cards as par
sample attached (note—reverse side printing not required) ia
lot ef 530, 1,000 or 2,000.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2,   197*f
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER -1974 (RE
SERVICE
VISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
■JUN
JUN
JUN  JLY  JLY
JLY  JLY AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
2k           2      ■  10
18  26  3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
•JUN
2
10
18
26    k         12
20  28  5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
20'+5
0
10
18
26    k         12
20   28
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
A return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1?00
2200
3
11
19
27    5   13
21    29    L
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
C815
2300
k
k
12
12
20
20
2o    6   1*+
28    6.   14
22   30   7
22   30   '"
AR, JUNEAU
IV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -• Cruise
C330
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29   7   15
23  31   8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV, PRINCE RUPERT
1300
16A5
6
i'+
22
30   8   16
AUG
2k           1
AR, ALERT BAY
IV. ALERT BAY
lAoo
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1    9   17
25    2  10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
2k
2   10   18
26    3  11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV, VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
29
k
6
AR.. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0330
1300
13
2-1
AR. WRANGELL
LV, WRANGELL
1830
2Ck5
13
21
29
30
6
7
	
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
8e return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
Ik
22
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
08 i5
2300
15
15
23
23
5'!
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
VIA WRANGELL NARRCV/S
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
0830
•1250
1500-
16
1900
2k
SEPT
1
9
1300
16-+5
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV, ALERT BAY
1A00
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900   19
Dates of an
followed as
and weather
THE TEV -PRI
27
k
12
E.H, TTMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
.January 25,197'+ ,
•ival
close
ccndi
NCESS
and departure from ports will be
ly as possible but are subject to tidal
tions and to change without notice.
PATRICIA- REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VAKC0?JVSR, January 15,  1976
J. Yates
Mr. ■%*  Granger
Manager, Benefits
Montreal
the following employees have been laid off mad  if and when
they do coaoience employment, proper proof of age will be submitted;
CD. ROSS, #307513, S.l.H. 705-905-081
H.E. KUEST5R, #380222, S.I.N. 701-480-360
J.H. UPSSTT, #354661, S.l.H. 701-480-386
Manager, &*C.C.S.S.
JB
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVIG
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2,   1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
I
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
.JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
JUN
2
8
10
16
18
24
26
2
4
10
12
18
20
26
28
3
c
y
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
I83O
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
y
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
(.
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
r
AR, JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
igoo
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
c
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR., PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
50
8
16
24
AUG
1
AR, ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
'700
n
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
1 1
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
— -
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV.. WRANGELL
1830
2045
15
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
_ ;:4
15
15
16
1900
22
23
2.3
24
30
7
 ■
AR. SKAGWAf
LV. SKAGWAY
0315
2.300
31
31
SEPT
1
8
8
9
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500.
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
i?
25
2
10
1
AR. ALERT BAY
LV, ALERT BAY
i4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
1
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
Tanuary 25,1974.
Dates of arrival
Icj-lowed as close
end weather ccndi
THE TEV "PRINCESS
and departure frcm ports will he
ly S3  possible but are subject to tidal
Liens and to change without notice.
PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 15, 1976
J. Yates
Mr. &.. Granger
Manager, Benefits
Montreal
Enclosed herewith is proof of age for the following employees:
».A. EASTMAK, #360135, S.I.Ho. 717-659-858
Audrey 0. WILLIAMSON, #493991, S.I.No. 613-857-895
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 19?4
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 19
74 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA'
!
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV„
VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR.
LV.
KETCHIKAN
KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR.
LV.
WRANGELL
WRANGELL
I830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
y
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR.
LV.
SKAGWAY
SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
h
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
1.'
AR,
"LV.
AA
JUNEAU
JUNEAU
sr Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
c
VIA
AR..
LV.
WRANGELL NARROWS
PRINCE RUPERT
PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
1400
1700
6
7
14
15
22
23
30
JLY
1
8
9
16
. 17
24
25
AUG
1
2
_.
AR.
LV.
ALERT BAY
ALERT BAY
■'<:;
AR.
POR'
LV.
VANCOUVER
US OF CALL
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR.
IV,
KETCHIKAN
KETCHIKAN
0850
1300
13
21
29
6
AR.
LV.
WRANGELL
WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-miie cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inletr
A- return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE	
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY	
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
1300
•2C
0815
2300
15
15
0830
1230   16
1500-1900
.22
23
25
24
.30
31
51
8
SEPT
1
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR, PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
AR. ALERT BAA
LV. ALERT BAY	
AR. VANCOUVER
1300
16-^5
1^00
1700
17  25
10
18  26
0900
19  27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
•January 25,1974.
Dates of ar.rival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidaj
and weather ccnditLions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 15, 1976 File: X-75-il-l
J. Yates
Mr. A. McDermott
Montreal
Your letter of October 31 and December 23, 1975, concerning
damage caused to floating dolphin at Swartz Bay oh March 27, 1975,
by the "Trailer Princess."
Work has now been completed at a coat of about $1,000.00.
Manager, B.CCS.S.
HLH/jb
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CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
*       1
LOCAL TIMES SHOW
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY  JLY
JLY
_AUG
LV, VANCOUVER
2030
0830
1300
31
8
16
24
2
10  18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12   20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12   20
28
3
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
3
13   21
29
tj
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
A
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14   22
14   22
30
30
V
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
1-5  23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR, PRINCE RUPERT
LV, PRINCE PTTPERT
1300
1645
r
14
22
30
8
16   2k
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
AR. VANCOUVER
i4oo
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17   25
2
10
0900
AUG
16
AUG
2^
AUG
2
10
18   26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
ar. ketchikan
lv. ketchika:1
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR, WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2C-r5
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
220C
"■!.,
22
30
31
1 1
7
8
8
——-
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
08l5
2300
15
15
23
23
AR. JUNEAU
LV, JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
IV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
• ■ r '■ rz
iOH 5
17
25
2
10
AR, ALERT BAA
LV, ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR, VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
J anuary 25 .197''' .
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will he
followed as closely as possible but are subject to t.i
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV ;iFRINCE?5S PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
aai
 tteSCQWSft* January IS, lf76 files   f-76-39
Z. Yates
8r. Z*'&* Sasaki, Vaneowwwr
m* 3. iLebioson, Kanalao
jtorset, ",3krisces» of fancower"
Hiss ».C thorn
Pleas* apply following rates effective January 13, 1976, until
further advisedi
a.S. fiends at pcsssltsi on international and foreign freight traffic
covered by UFA Tarriff 16a
Saehang*  3/4 par tent
Surcharge  Hit
Ci«co«iut   ill.
Canadian smde'et a discount 'on international passenger traffic
cowered by Fare Advice 12-1
Surcharge  1 per cent
Manager, £•£•&*§•*•
JB
 CP RAIL
»
1
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP
SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
LOCAL
TIMES
SHOWN
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY  JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2050
31   8
JUN
16
24
2
10
18
26   5
AR. KETCHIKAN
0830
LV. KETCHIKAN
1300
2  10
18
26
L
12
20
28  5
AR. WRANGELL
1830
LV. WRANGELL
2045
2  10
18
26
4
12
20
28   5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& re'curn.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3  11
19
27
3
13
21
29  6
AR. SKAGWAY
C815
4  12
20
28
6
14
22
30   7
LV. SKAGWAY
2300
k     12
20
28
6
14
22
30   7
AR. JUNEAU
0830
LV. JUNFAU
1230
5  13
21
29
7
15
23
31   8
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
1500-
1900
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
AUG
LV.. PRINCE RUPERT
1645
6  14
22
30
8
16
24
1   9
AR. .ALERT BAY
i4oo
JLY
LV. /PERT BAY
-1700
7  15
23
1
9
17
25
2  10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8  16
24
2
10
18
26
3  11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG  AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11   19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
0330
LV. KETCHIKAN
1500
13  21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
1830
LV. WRANGELL
2CA3
y    21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier-
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
8t return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14  22
50
7
AR. SKAGWAY
0S15
15  23
31
8
LV. SKAGWAY
230c
15  23
31
SEPT
8
 ,	
AR. JUNEAU
0830
LV. JUNEAU
1230
16  24
1
9
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
1500-
1900
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
16 \-5
17  25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
i4oo
LV, ALERT BAY
1700
13  26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19  27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Dates
of arrival s
nd departure
from
ports
will
be
Superintendent,
followed as closely as
possible but
are subject
to tidal
Passenger Services
and weather condii
.ions
and to
chang
3  without notice.
•January 25,1974.
THE TEV "PRINCESS
PATRICIA" REGISTE
RED IN
CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 15, 1976 File:  116431
J« Yates
Mr. ft* Mullins
Regional Counsel
Vancouver
inclosed herewith are the following documents concerning the above:
Completed Form P.R.3
Copy of last Will and Testament
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STI
LAM3HIP
SERVICE
•
-
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1
974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA'
1
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
10
16
18
24
26
2
4
10-
12
18
20
26
28
3
5
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1.300
JUN
2
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1850
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
A- return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
3
13
21
29
0
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0813
2300
O830
1230
1500-
h
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
31
<"7
/
r:
(
U
AR, JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. FRINGE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
I
AR. ALERT BAY
1400
JLY
LV. ALERT BAY
1700
7
15
23
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
h
AR. "KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
O
AR. WRANGELL
LV. V/R.ANGELL
1830
2C45
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
1300
A return,
OFF BARTLETT COVE
22
30
AR. SKAGWAY
08l5   13
23
31
8
LV. SKAGWAY
23OO   15
23
31
8
AR. JUNEAU
0830
SEPT
LV. JUNEAU
1230   16
24
1
9
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
1500-1900
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1645   17
25
2
10
AR.. ALERT BAY
1400
LV. ALERT BAY
1700   18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19  27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
follovred as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA	
 Jenusry 15, 1976
File: 323659
Sun Life of Csnsda
Keajth Insurance Claims Office
338 Broadway Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3C 0T4
Dear Sirs:
Re: Croup ho.  7030-GD, Sub. Mo. 001, n.  K0SARC2UK,
Location 5062, Audit No. 955, S.I.K. 713-076-404
SftPf yot i*rW?	
Reference your aeoorandua dated January 6* concerning the
above, enclosed herewith Is further doctor's report.
Yours truly,
J. YAXSS,~-
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 K
CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA
1
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3     I
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
5
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
8c return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230   5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
AR. VANCOUVER
i4oo
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
8c return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPI
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
l4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
' January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to ti
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
dal
 $
mm\wmwy 14, 1976.
Fit* no* 76.ALA.055,
tojubI?L
ra ML
Fire Chief A. Konig
Vancouver Fire Department
909 Heat lay St.
VSllOQUVer, . B.C.
luoorlnigndirt EQnjnesr
i arm j no i ^uP"'?lLL^i^L
gfe^anager
""Account
—<£-
jBWWW""0"**'"**
Dear Sirs
This ba« reference te telephone call received from
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end Tourist mvemt** tssnoarning the Fir* chiefs Convention being held Aa Vancouver MpRt 22-26,  1976,
end the interest ill Alas lea cruise from some of the
reouosts you have received.
The mPtlnemee tastrieia* will be sailing from Vancouver on August 27th to atemgmy and return, providing
* 7^-day cm is*, em pew tha enclosed brochure.   De*
perture time from Vancouver ia Si30 p.m., with Arrival
to Vancouver at 9i3® a.m. Sapteia&er 4th, local city
At the present time August 27th sailing is fairly
heavily boofced, but we are able to offer at tha sioraent,
accowwodation in (a),  <b>,  (e*,  (h) ana (1) categories.
S£ you refer to the foldout page of the brochure, you
will note the type of accommodation represented by
these categories, along the left-hand side of the rate
sheet,    Passage fare includes all meals on board ship,
but gratuities and shore excursions ara not included.
Schedule of oalls, which will be found on the back of
the foldout sheet, includes Wrangell narrows and Tracy
Ana, both of irfhleh depend upon weather conditions, and
way only be traversed by ships of tha  "Princess
fetjflcia**» draft.
**********
 4.
Vancouver-Swartz Bay Route
(operating all  year  - two
"CARRIER   PRINCESS" trips   daily)	
First and Second Officer assigned to the ship on the basis of six
(6) hours on duty and six (6) hours off. The leave basis for the
First and Second Officers  will be  1.2 4 per day  worked.
As  there  will  be two   (2)   Officers  assigned to the   "Carrier Princess"
on the Vancouver-Swartz Bay route,   working on the basis   of six   (6)
hours   on and  six  (6)  hours   off,   their services  will  be utilized
when necessary,   between Vancouver and Nanaimo,   when the   "Carrier
Princess"   operates   extra   in that service.
.The services   of a  Deck Officer are   not required when vessel   is  not
operating during weekends,   holidays,   etc.
Vancouver-Swartz  Bay
Route   (operating all
"TRAILER   PRINCESS" year)	
HOURS   OF   DUTY
First Officer    Sailing 2030    1030 - 0630   12  hours
The leave basis for the First Officer will be 1.24 per day worked
while the vessel is operating on the night trip.  If the First
Officer is required to work more than twelve (12) hours, then
overtime is to be allowed.
When the vessel operates between Vancouver and Nanaimo in addition
to the night service, another First Officer will be appointed and
he will require to be on duty for approximately twelve (12) hourj,
for which he will receive leave on the basis of 1.24 per day
worked.
When the "Trailer Princess" is operating regularly in both the
night and day service, two (2) First Officers will be assigned
to the ship, working six hours/and six hours off, and the lee.ve
basis will be 1.24 per day worked for e?.ch Officer.
No Officer required on duty when vessel is not operating during
weekends, holidays, etc.
>   - *   '}
 a.
Daily Bulletin has not as yet beam published for
1976, but enclose copy of last year's Bulletin,  listing the daily events featured on board ship.
A supply ot 25 folders is being sent under separate
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pleased to arrange individual bookings upon
tflahing you every success with tka Fire chiefs
¥©ur» very truly.
0» immn
** 'S.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
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t* foarist
650 airrard St.
Vancouver, B.C.
 2.
"PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
First Officer
Second Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
and Victoria-Port
Angeles  Route
HOURS
OF DUTY
0730 -
0915
1
3/4 hours
1100 -
1200
1
hour
1300 -
2215
1100
9
1/4 hours
TOTAL;
12
hours
0800 -
3
hours
1200 -
1900
7
ii
2130 -
2330
2
■I
TOTALs
12
hours
The  leave basis  for the First and Second Officers  will be 1.24
per day worked.     The First and Second Officers  will  be allowed
one   (1)   hour's  overtime to compensate  for  extra time on duty,
particularly due to insufficient meal period.
"PRINCESS   PATRICIA"
First Officer
and
Second Officer
Vancouver-Skagway  (Alaska)
Route - May - October
HOURS   OF  DUTY
Work 6 hour watches.
Third Officer
On duty from 2200 to
0600, plus an additional
one (1) hour to two (2)
hours during the day relieving the First and
Second Officers for
meals, etc.
The leave basis for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24 per
day worked.
The Third Officer, who will be working ten (10) hours a day, will
receive leave on the basis of .9 per day worked.
 January 14, 1976,
File ^o. 76.ALA.521.1.8,
Mra. Lynn C. cumbo. Director
law Hosts Group and Convention Travel Services
1325 Fourth Avenue, Suite 1111
Seattle, Washington 98101.
Dear Lynnt   . • .
with reference to our telephone conversation yesterday, wa are pleased to confirm that we have assigned
to your May 31st  "Princess Patricia" group.  Cabins
330,  332,  333,  335 and 337, all of which are  (g)
category rooms, for which the rate for each room in
Canadian funds is as- follows:
Lower $763.00 - $76.30 «• $686.70
FLB 763.00 -    76.30 »    686.70
Additional occupant - $518.00 - 51.80 » $466.20
At the same time wa wish to confirm we have taken back
into our assignment. Cabins 140, 142, 404, 420 and 422,
as oar our conversation.
Wishing you every success with this group.
Yours very truly.
R.R. REID ■:
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
MEMORANDUM COVERING WORKING AND LEAVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
DECK OFFICERS EMPLOYED ON B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
 VESSELS - 1 9 7 4	
All Times Shown are Local
"PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
*First Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
Second Officer
HOURS OF DUTY
0730 -
0915
1
3/4 hours
1100 -
1200
1
hour
1230 -
1330
1
■I
1700 -
2215
1100
5
1/4 hours
TOTAL:
9
hours
0800 -
3
hours
1200 -
1430
2
1/2
1700 -
1830
1
1/2
2130 -
2330
2
ii
TOTAL:
9
hours
On the Victoria-Seattle route only, the leave basis for the First
and Second Officers will be .9 per day worked.  Any additional
time on duty for the First and Second Officers is to be covered
by the submission of overtime sheets, duly approved by the Master,
As the "Princess Marguerite" is in port from 1245 to 1800 daily,
the Second Officer will have sufficient time to carry out his
regular maintenance and other duties.
*If required, the First Officer is to be employed for one (1)
additional hour between 07 30 and 1100, or in Seattle for one-
half (k)  hour from 2300 to 2330.
Under this arrangement there will be two (2) Officers on duty
during the loading of the vessel.  There will also be two (2)
Officers on duty for approximately one-half (^) hour after departure of the vessel from Seattle or after arrival in Seattle.
The services of a Deck Officer in Seattle after 2330 will not be
required.
 January 14, 1976*
File Ho. T-75-99-A
Discovery Passage Elementary School
2050 Pengelley Road
Campbell River, B.C.
V9W 4T4
Gentlemen*
On December 10th we received a very nice letter
signed "Ernie,1* who has given his address as 2050
Pengelley R.D., Campbell Elver, in connection with
a recent voyage between Nanaimo and Vancouver by
a group of children from your school.
Although no last name was given, undoubtedly the
writer will be known to you, and we will appreciate
it greatly if you would convey to Ernie our thanks
for having written to us concerning the recent trip.
Yours very truly,
a*  YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 3.
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER"
Complement of Deck Officers:
First Officer, Second Officer,
Third Officer (2)
First Officer
Second Officer
Third Officer #1
Third Officer #2
Vancouver-Nanaimo Route
(operating three round
trips daily - all year)
HOURS OF DUTY
0000 -
0600
6
hours
1200 -
1800
1200
6
it
TOTAL:
12
hours
0600 -
6
hours
1300 -
2400
0500
6
n
TOTAL:
12
hours
0200 -
3
hours
0600 -
0830
2
h
II
0830 -
0930
1
hour
1000 -
1200
1230
2
hours
TOTAL:
8
h
hours
1200 -
h
hour
1400 -
1700
3
hours
1800 -
2030
2
h
ii
2200 -
2430
2
h
ii
TOTAL;
8
h
hours
The leave basis for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24 per
day worked.  The working arrangements for the First and Second
Officers are on the basis of one (1) day worked and one (1) day
off.  This arrangement is periodically changed when a special
request is received from one of the Officers.
The leave basis for the two (2) Third Officers will be .9 per day
worked.  The relief system for the two Third Officers is on the
basis of ten (10) days on duty and five (5) days off.  The two (2)
Third Officers, under these working arrangements will rotate.
 January 14, 1976.
Fil« m* T*76~10
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Doubleday & Company
245 Park Avenue
Stew York, H.Y. 10017,
Dear m* KcCormicki
We have received copy of Mr. Richard w. Montague's
letter of Jat&iary 8th concerning your forthcoming
As operators of ths "Princess Patricia" and as a
firm which has operated to Alaska since before the
turn of the century, we would be interested In
about your forthcoming publication*
Yours very truly.
J. Y#rss
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
RRR'BB
' oo*"- 'Mr* Richard w. Montague
Director, Division of Tourism
mWm**am mm*M    %if aV    »a*e»sJs*w 'As*
r ouch 1
i, Alaska 99811,
8, 197*,
,   B.C.C.S.S.
 5.
GENERAL REMARKS:
On any occasion the Masters require an additional Officer on duty,
while fog prevails or during adverse weather, or for any other
reason which necessitates Deck Officers working longer hours than
those shown in this memorandum, then overtime sheets are to be
submitted which first require the Master's approval.  The reason
for the overtime worked must be shown.  Overtime shall be allowed
on the basis of time and one-half of the regular rate.
H.L. THOMPSON
Manager, Marine Operations
Vancouver, B.C.
April 13, 1974.
 VANCOUVER,  January 14, 1976. Filet     75.ALA.055.
J* Yates
Mr* H.S. Harriraan
Montreal, Que,
Attention:    Miss D. Lester
We are now pleased to enclose particulars of commission
earned by Travel Agencies listed.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 2.
"PRINCESS  MARGUERITE"
First Officer
Second Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
and Victoria-Port
Angeles  Route
HOURS
OF DUTY
0730 -
0915
1
3/4 hours
1100 -
1200
1
hour
1300 -
2215
1100
9
1/4 hours
TOTAL:
12
hours
0800 -
3
hours
1200 -
1900
7
ii
2130 -
2330
2
ii
TOTAL:
12
hours
The  leave basis  for the First and Second Officers  will  be  1.24
per day worked.    The First and Second Officers  will be allowed
one   (1)   hour's  overtime to compensate  for  extra time  on duty,
particularly due to insufficient meal period.
"PRINCESS   PATRICIA"
First Officer
and
Second Officer
Vancouver-Skagway  (Alaska)
Route - May -  October	
HOURS   OF  DUTY
Work 6 hour watches.
Third Officer
On duty from 2200 to
0600, plus an additional
one (1) hour to two (2)
hours during the day relieving the First and
Second Officers for
meals, etc.
The leave basis for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24 per
day worked.
The Third Officer, who will be working ten (10) hours a day, will
receive leave on the basis of .9 per day worked.
 January 14, 1976,
File m* 76,ALA.055.
Ms. Joan E. Lumley
Travel Counsellor
Dept. of Travel Industry
Victoria, B.C.
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We are pleased to return herewith, questionnaire
which accompanied your letter of recent date, together with copy of our Alaska brochure for 1976.
Yours very truly.
J. YATBS
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 4.
Vancouver-Swartz Bay Route
(operating all year - two
"CARRIER PRINCESS" trips daily)	
First and Second Officer assigned to the ship on the basis of six
(6) hours on duty and six (6) hours off. The leave basis for the
First and Second Officers will be 1.2 4 per day worked.
As there will be two (2) Officers assigned to the "Carrier Princess"
on the Vancouver-Swartz Bay route, working on the basis of six (6)
hours on and six (6) hours off, their services will be utilized
when necessary, between Vancouver and Nanaimo, when the "Carrier
Princess" operates extra in that service.
.The services of a Deck Officer are not required when vessel is not
operating during weekends, holidays, etc.
Vancouver-Swartz Bay
Route (operating all
"TRAILER PRINCESS" year)	
HOURS OF DUTY
First Officer    Sailing 2030    1830 - 0630   12  hours
The leave basis for the First Officer will be 1.24 per day worked
while the vessel is operating on the night trip.  If the First
Officer is required to work more than twelve (12) hours, then
overtime is to be allowed.
When the vessel operates between Vancouver and Nanaimo in addition
to the night service, another First Officer will be appointed and
he will require to be on duty for approximately tv/elve (12) hours,
for which he will receive leave on the basis of 1.2 4 per day
worked.
When the "Trailer Princess" is operating regularly in both the
night and day service, two (2) First Officers will be assigned
to the ship, working six hours/and six hours off, and the leave
basis will be 1.24 per day worked for e?.ch Officer.
No Officer required on duty when vessel is not operating during
weekends, holidays, etc.
 January 14, 1976,
File No. 76.ALA.055.
Mr. O.w. Banger
General Manager
Northern Bus Company &
Ketchikan Sightseeing
Box 490, Ketchikan, Alaska 99901,
emma*amam     ^ir^sw a** amma* s
Many thanks for your letter of January 5th advising
that you will be in Vancouver on January 30th.
1 will be happy to see you at any time, and hopefully. If time will permit, for lunch*
Please advise if we can meet you at the Airport or
assist ia any other manner*
Best regards, 	
Yours sincerely, '"•'/'""  ■ AAA —      '.";',
R.R. REID
Asst* Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
RRR'BB
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship Service
MEMORANDUM COVERING WORKING AND LEAVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
DECK OFFICERS EMPLOYED ON B.C. COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
VESSELS - 1 9 7 4
All Times Shown are Local
"PRINCESS MARGUERITE"
*First Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
HOURS OF DUTY
0730-0915 1 3/4 hours
1100 - 1200 1    hour
1230 - 1330 1
1700 - 2215 5 1/4 hours
Second Officer
TOTAL:
1100
9
hours
0800 -
3
hours
1200 -
1430
2
1/2
■i
1700 -
1330
1
1/2
n
2130 -
2330
2
■i
TOTAL:
9
hours
On the Victoria-Seattle route only, the leave basis for the First
and Second Officers will be .9 per day worked.  Any additional
time on duty for the First and Second Officers is to be covered
by the submission of overtime sheets, duly approved by the Master,
As the "Princess Marguerite" is in port from 1245 to 1800 daily,
the Second Officer will have sufficient time to carry out his
regular maintenance and other duties.
*If required, the First Officer is to be employed for one (1)
additional hour between 0730 and 1100, or in Seattle for one-
half (h)  hour from 2300 to 2330.
Under this arrangement there will be two (2) Officers on duty
during the loading of the vessel. There will also be two (2)
Officers on duty for approximately one-half (^) hour after departure of the vessel from Seattle or after arrival in Seattle.
The services of a Deck Officer in Seattle after 2330 will not be
required.
 14. 1974*
File NO.  76.ALA.055.
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off lea of Tourism
Us wish to refer to copy of letter addressed to you,
received:' from Mr, K.F. Key, concerning supply of
CF Ball literature, and ia particular, cp
Patricia- cruises to Alaska,
We have arranged to forward four cartons in
CF Depot Ticket Agent, Ottawa, leaving
Train 2, "The Canadian," this evening.
*sb'-TWse«*4_J     spmP*se«^aVes>dpwlPgy    *-s^ m^mmam   mmmammm^mmmmmmnm:'m
we regret that at this time we ara unable to forward
***•>*    jr*'*4     m*"*4^p    mm 0 ■*m^mfim'    %m*&3^m*^mmmr    m*Sa'asftiiwPeptwm*%«l0     emem     mmmm    ms-aves?    mm*m^fm^ayjmt J*, ■
I heavier request for our brochure than ia tha
Eiowevsr, should WS be able te fUmlsh you With
aa additional supply at a later date, wa will be
pleased to
Yours very truly.
J. Yi^iS
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
RRR'BB
Ticket Agent, CF Ball, Union station, Ottawa, Oat,
Bupply Labels Q77-55-39 to 42 inclusive. It will be
•••••*••*•
 "PRINCESS  MARGUERITE"
First Officer
Second Officer
Victoria-Seattle Route
and Victoria-Port
Angeles  Route	
HOURS   OF  DUTY
0730 - 0915
1100 - 1200
1300 - 2215
TOTAL;
0800 - 1100
1200 - 1900
2130 - 2330
TOTAL:
1
1
9
3/4 hours
hour
1/4 hours
12
hours
3
7
2
hours
ii
12
hours
The leave basis for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24
per day worked.  The First and Second Officers will be allowed
one (1) hour's overtime to compensate for extra time on duty,
particularly due to insufficient meal period.
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
First Officer
and
Second Officer
Vancouver-Skagway (Alaska)
Route - May - October	
HOURS OF DUTY
Work 6 hour watches.
Third Officer
On duty from 2200 to
0600, plus an additional
one (1) hour to two (2)
hours during the day relieving the First and
Second Officers for
meals, etc.
The leave basis for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24 per
day worked.
The Third Officer, who will be working ten (10) hours a day, will
receive leave on the basis of .9 per day worked.
 OO*    Depot Ticket Agent (Cont'd.)
appreciated if, upon receipt ef same, you will
contact the office ef the Chief, Distribution
Services, for pick-up.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
be. Mr. K.F, Key
Advertising Manager
Dept, of Public Relations & Advertising
Montreal, Que*
Reference your letter of January 6, 1976.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 5.
GENERAL REMARKSs
On any occasion the Masters require an additional Officer on duty,
while fog prevails or during adverse weather, or for any other
reason which necessitates Deck Officers working longer hours than
those shown in this memorandum, then overtime sheets are to be
submitted which first require the Master's approval.  The reason
for the overtime worked must be shown.  Overtime shall be allowed
on the basis of time and one-half of the regular rate.
H.L. THOMPSON
Manager, Marine Operations
Vancouver, B.C.
April 13, 1974.
f»
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., JAN. 14/76
File:  655-A
B.D. MARGETTS    01-20365
MONTREAL, QUE. , I
CONVERSATION RE DROTTNINGEN NO MEASUREMENTS REQUIRED BUT WILL
APPRECIATE ADVICE CONCERNING FOLLOWING
1. EXTENT CF AIRCONDITIONING THROUGHOUT PUBLIC AND CREW
AREAS
2. PUBLIC AND CREW AREAS AND ANY OTHER AREA NOT PROTECTED
BSf RENNELL Q £ r     q p^ ■
3. FUEL OIL TANK CAPACITY AND CONSUMPTION FIGURES
4. FRESH WATER MAKING CAPACITY
BCC-8
J. YATES
MANAGER BCCSS
RRR'BB i
 CANADIAN       PACIFIC       LIMITED
British Columbia Coast Steamship   Service
SUPPLEMENT NO. 7
SUPPLEMENT 6 AS AMENDED HEREIN
AND SUPPLEMENT 7 CONTAIN ALL CHAI3GES
TO
PASSENGER TARIFF NO. 8
STATEROOM FARES ON THE FOLLOWING ROUTES
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO (DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE)
ISSUED JANUARY 12, 1976. IN EFFECT JANUARY 12, 1976.
SECTION 2 M.V. "PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER"
DELETE - Ca&in 9 from Upper Car Deck Forward.
ISSUED BY:
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S
Vancouver, B.C.
 January 14, 1976.
File NO* T-76-10
Mr. L*w,E, Griffiths
Operations Manager
Gray Line of Prince Rupert
2nd Ave, & 2nd St*
Prince Rupert, B»C
Dear Skips
Would appreciate receiving information on what tours
you are offering this coming sumraer for passengers
off cruise liners, together with cost of same.
Yours very truly*
J. YATES
Manager,' B.CCS.S,
RRR'BB
 3.
"PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER"
Complement of Deck Officers:
First Officer, Second Officer,
Third Officer (2)
Vancouver-Manaimo Route
(operating three round
trips daily - all year)
HOURS OF DUTY
First Officer
Second Officer
Third Officer #1
Third Officer #2
0000 - 0600   6  hours
1200 - 1800    6
TOTAL:
1200
12
hours
0600 -
6
hours
1800 -
2400
0500
6
■1
TOTALS
12
hours
0200 -
3
hours
0600 -
0830
2
h
ii
0330 -
0930
1
hour
1000 -
1200
1230
2
hours
TOTALs
3
H
hours
1200 -
is
'T.
hour
1400 -
1700
3
hours
1800 -
2030
2
H
ii
2200 -
2430
2
h
ii
TOTAL:
8
h
hours
The leave basis for the First and Second Officers will be 1.24 per
day worked.  The working arrangements for the First and Second
Officers are on the basis of one (1) day worked and one (1) day
off.  This arrangement is periodically changed when a special
request is received from one of the Officers.
The leave basis for the two (2) Third Officers will be .9 per day
worked.  The relief system for the two Third Officers is on the
basis of ten (10) days on duty and five (5) days off.  The two (2)
Third Officers, under these working arrangements will rotate.
« m   e o
 January 14, 1976
filet Y-76-209
World Irsvel Directory
P.O. Sox 596
Keptune, Kew Jersey  07753
U. S, A,
Dear Sirs*
Would you kindly forward aa soon aa possible World Travel Directory
for 1976 published by Public Transportation & Travel Division,
Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, 1 Park Avenue, Sew York, Hew York,
10016, and bill thia office accordingly.
Also let as nave subscription application forms in order that we
stay sign up for copies on aa annual basis. If you require payment
before dispatch, please advise by return, aa we are net aware of
tha currant price of the volume.
As we are well in to this season, would appreciate receiving tha .
directory as sooa aa possible.
Yours truly,
J. YAI£S,
Hanager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 £
CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 197^+ (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
'PRINCESS PATRICIA
11
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY  JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10  18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
k
12   20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
k
12   20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13   21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
k
k
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14   22
14   22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230    5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15   23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
13Q0
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16   24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17   25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18   26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
k
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
20^5
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
2k
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
16^5
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
k
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,197^.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to ti
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV ''PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
dal
 VAKOOWgJt, January M, 1976 filet T-7S-SI-4J
J, Yates
Purser
PRINCESS Of VAHCOUVBR
1 have received a bill tew repairs to a fiat automobile #&Pj56e,
far damages to resonator incurred on the reap of tha "Princess of
Vancouver" at 4:00 a.m., December 28, 197S.
the owner of the automobile, Mrs, Sonell, ststes that this incident
wm observed, at  reported by the Purser and would appreciate receiving
confirmation as soon aa possible in order that the claim may be
processed.
:,.  B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. C.A. Aitken, Vancouver
Would appreciate your report also, if you have any knowledge
of this occurrence.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 1
CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
1
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
'PRINCESS PATRICIA
1
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
2k
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
k
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
k
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
. 1k
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
2k.
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27.
k.
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
2k
SEPI
1
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
l4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 14, 1976 filet T-73-30-47
J. Yates
Mr. «•»• Martin
Vancouver
further regarding damage sustained to Liquid Carbonic vehicle
#64602, ex Vancouver on the "Seaspan Doris."
All indications are that the unit waa damaged by our hostler,
Oave   ?,.  . of Capitol Freightways who is no longer employed
by them.
Salvage Assoeetion have not yet submitted their report.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 1,
CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 19?4
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
I
I
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
'PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY  JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10  18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12   20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12   20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27
?
13   21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14   22
14   22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15   23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16   24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17   25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18   26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPI
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
i4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
\
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 14, 1976 file: 578
J, Yates
Mr. a. McDermott
Montreal
As requested in your letter dated December 16, 1975, file S-BCCS/S-5,
enclosed herewith ia Royal Insurance Company Limited renewed policy
#$L~6174 in respect to the agreement with C.I.L.
Maaager, 8.c.S»S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
11
19   27
13
21
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
29
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6-
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
Januarv 25.1Q74.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "pptncieks patriota" uyyj yy^-iyy  tn hamada
 VAKCOUVEH, January 14, 1976 file: 235
J, Yetes
Mr, D.C. Loud
Manager
Corporate Accounting
Montreal
With reference to your letter of December 19, 1975, file £-24-2,
concerning the reporting of Dining loom Meals oa the "Princess of
Vancouver" during tha month of June, 1975.
Thia quection waa put to tha Purser of the veaael and copy of hia
reply la attached which ia self-explanatory.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
■ JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230   5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25.1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TOf "PPTNP.Rq.ci PATRTqjfl" PTemgnpiroTrn tw hamat^a
 January 14, 1976
Pile: 126756
Clay 6 Company
Barristers and Solicitors
P.O. Sea 961
637 Burdett Avenue
Victoria, B.C.
V8W 2S4
MySKIiItfUt m,-, ttt.t J.tltn hlw¥Af&a%
Dear Sirs:
****    IrffiffwmBii AtiiilMlnftiii Jfofu'ifmatimit lfflff"lWffiii vMm. win vyrJm
Your latter of January 9, in connection with the above mentioned
I believe that the matter of tha June pension cheque has new been
finally concluded.
With ragard to your question aa to whether or not lata, Bath would
be eligible for a widow's pension, X regret I must reply ia the
negative, aa Mr, lath retired prior te January 1, 1955, and tha
Company's Paneion Plaa Rules mad Reguletions are aa follows:
"19.(a) Effective aa  from Pebruary 1, 1956, upon tha maati*
of a pensioner in receipt of a pension allowance granted
under these rules aa they existed prior to January 1, 1953,
a survivor allowance equal to one-half of the pension allowance
•hall become payable to tha widow of such pensioner until she
remarries or until her death or until the attainment of her
seventieth birthday, whichever shall first occuri provided,
however, that such survivor allowance shall in no case be lass
than thirty dollars nor more than forty dollars per month;
provided, further, that nothing ia thia paragraph shall affect
a reduction in any survivor allowance payable to a widow under
Aula 19 aa it existed prior to January 1, 1953."
Yours truly.
J. 2AXI8,
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
11
19
27
13
21
29
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14   22   30   7
14   22   30  7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230    5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15   23   31   8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
AUG
16   24    19
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
2
9
10
17   25    2  10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
18   26   3  11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
IV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEP!
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from
followed as closely as possible but
and weather conditions and to change
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" RSGISTEI
ports will be
are subject to tidal
i without notice.
!ED IN CANADA
 VAMCQUVER, January 14, 1976 file: T-76-209
a# m    ^^s^a«Ta^BF
Mr. W.W, Mocking
Vancouver
Mill you kindly arrange for payment of the attached statement
to cover two years subscription to the Harbour News.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
'10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
l4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
rpwir   ^T^r   "PPTMIFSALJDflTRTrTATT   ™P/-<TgnTC»mrvn   tm   PAMfn.
 VANCOUVER, January 14,  1976 .... ftlai     157342
J. Yates
MT. U.I. Williams
Purchasing Agent
Vancouver       ....... 	
Martea Superintendent, A.M. Cairns, of thia department waa transferred
from Victoria to Vencouver and the enclosed invoices cover movement
of household goods.	
It is regretted that this waa not done through your office but would
appreciate you applying the necessary stamp of approval and returning
same to thia office as aeon aa possible in order that we may arrange
for payment by voucher.
Manager, b.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
11
19
27
13
21
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
29
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230    5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
2
9
10
17
18
25
26
2
3
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
Januarv 2S.1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
follov/ed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
yy. yy.\r   ;<WTy,ryyy  m^oTr-TAii Dvr:Tomre?n ™ hama-ha 	
 January 14, 1976
filet T-76-40
Mr. I.A. Athalde
Tejpel Scheme
Road 2
Vile Parle (East)
Bombay - 400 057
IHDIA
mmmammm   mea* m   mmmtmaamy^rmmmma
With reference to your letter of January 6, 1976, in which you
enquire aa to tha possibility of employment with this Company.
It will be appreciated that it ia not our policy to hire a man
sight unseen but I will say that your listed qualifications would
qualify you for employment at such a time whoa wa will be hiring
deck officers. At present, there are aa vacancies and we do not
anticipate that things will open up again until spring.
It should be added that we have an agreement with the Canadian
Merchant Service Guild through whoa we ara obliged to hire all
deck and engineer officers and it will be necesaary for you to
Join that organisation before we can employ you. You should write
them at 230 West Broadway, Vancouver, B.C., or contact them on
your arrival ia Vancouver.
Ha wish you every success in your efforts and if you do make it
to Vancouver, please do not hesitate to call in to thia office and
discuss with Mr, A.H. Cairns, our Marine Superintendent, the
possibility of employment on our vessels.
Thank you for your interest in Canadian Pacific.
Yours truly,
as •  a*mme, mamw m
Manager,
B.C*C.S*S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
Se  return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
11
19
27
13
21
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
8c return.
1300
29
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
i4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,197^.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE  TOV   "PPTNfTRRfi   PATOTr!TA'J_KEGIggSIBffn   TO  pama^a
 VANCOUVER, January 14, 1976 file: T-75-30-54
J. Yatea
Mr. F.W. Barham,
Supervisor, Personnel,
Safety 4 training,
CP. Transport
Vancouver
Your letter of December 19, 1975, file VAM 112A/75 UD, concerning
Sunbeam trailer #954.
It is noted that you claim that thia unit arrived ex Nanaimo on
November 24. According to Bills of Lading, this unit travelled on
November 25, and Sunbeem trailer #955 travelled on November 24.
Before proceeding further, will you kindly clarify aa to what unit
allegedly sustained the damage.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
5T STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN  JUN  JUN  JLY  JLY  JLY  JLY AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16  24
10
18  26
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18   26
12   20
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
10
18
26
12   20
_28 5.
28  5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
8c return.
1300
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
J'anuafy 25 ,-1974.
8c return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
5
1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
2
9
10
17
18
25
26
2
3
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER January 14, 1976 File: 566
J. Yates
Ux* N.W. Patteson
Manager
Payroll Accounting
Montreal
MS&yftga,* , W' ?T*a* Sowft?r
As requested ia your letter of January 7, file D5-Q1-3003,
enclosed herewith are Forms LDP 3003, ending December, 1975.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JTJ]
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
2'
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
1.'
26
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
10
18   2o
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
a:  JAY
JLY
JLY AUC.
1C
18
26   3
12
20
28  5
12
20
28  5
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
8c return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
3 11
19
27
13
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
&  return.
1300
21
29
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
23
20
23
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
?o
7
i
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230    5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
l4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
TxHE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED TN CANADA
 January 14, 1976
file; T*76~40
Rev, Paul J, Olssewski
P.O. Box 206
whitecourt, Alberta
YOg 2L0
Sear Rev. Olszewski:
Thank you for your letter of January 8, 1976, offering your
services as chaplain on our veaael the "Princess Patricia."
this ia to adviae that our ship does not carry a chaplain of
any denomination due to the limited nature of our operation. It
often happens that the "Princess Patricia" ia In a port on
Sunday and passengers are then free to attend local services.
when not in port on a Sunday, we have been very fortunate to
date in often having a member of the clergy aboard am a passenger
and they have alwaya been moat willing to offer their services
without being approached.
If you ara interested in pursuing a merino career, suggest you
get in touch with one of the larger cruise companies operating
out of Vancouver such as P. 6 0. (Princess Cruises).
Youra truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVIC]
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY
AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
8c return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
. 11
19
27
5
13
21
29
6
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
7
7
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
0830
1230    5
1500-1900
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
9
17
25
2
10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3
11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr 8c Hopkins Inlets
8c return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
i4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25', 1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tidal
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 14, 1976
J. Yates
Mr. E.J. Bradley
Sefety Burecu
Montreal
files T-75-166
C-12 confirmed
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 VANCOUVER, January 14, 1976.       Filei  651
J. Yates
Mr. G.L. Dockerill
Agency Auditor - Rail
Vancouver, B.C.
(0792) - Vancouver. B.C. - Wharf Ticket Office
Would appreciate an opportunity to discuss contents
of your letter dated December 11, 1975, under the
above heading, concerning Form 5x5.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 January 13, 1976.
File No. 577
Manager, B.C.C.SS
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
"Marine 'Supirintendent      0/
Superintendent Engineer 1  "AA^ '
intendent ^\ /w^*^_
Terminal Suporin'endent
Departmental Analyst
Office Manager
I Accountant
Mr. J. Brander
Victoria Pile Driving Company
401 Yates Jtreet
Victoria, B.C.
Please find sketch enclosed with regard to the positioning of the Swartz Bay dolphin.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager,  B.C.C.S.S.
TK'BB
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., JAN: 13/76
File:  103
J.D. MASON    MDMD
MONTREAL, QUE.
JDM/1 BDM/103 RE O/S P/fe DEC 31/75
DOMANS - ALL NOV NANAIMO VANCOUVER AND VANCOUVER NANAIMO PAID JAN 3
ALSO DAVINDER ALSO BEAVER COVE
GRASSICK•- ALL NOVEMBER PAID JAN 8
IDEAL FUEL - NOV 14 PAID JAN 9 NANAIMO AND SWARTZ BAY
I C X - NOV 7/14 NANAIMO AND SWARTZ BAY  PAID JAI? 9
J T L— NOV 14 NANAIMO PAID JAN 9
I D FOREST PRODUCTS - OCT 31 NOV 30 PAID JAN 6
B C MACK - NOV 14 PAID JAN 6
BANKERS DISPATCH - NOV 21/30 PAID JAN 8
BARRIES MOBILES - NOV 30 PAID JAN 6
BARRS MOBIIES - NOV 30 PAID JAN 7
CANADIAN STEVEDORING - NOV 21 PAID JAN 9
CHOW PRODUCE - NOV 30 PAID JAN 6
COLUMBIA BITULITHIC - NOV 14 PAID JAN 10
GUIF OIL - ALL NOV PAID JAN 9
HAIDA HOMES - ALL NOV PAID JAN 3
IMPERIAL OIL - NOV 21 PAID JAN 9
INLAND KENWORTH - NOV 21 PAID JAN 8
LIQUID CARBONIC - SEPT 30 THROUGH NOV 21 PAID JAN 8
MAIRS TRANSPORT - ALL OCT NANAIMO AND SWARTZ BAY JAN 9
METEOR MEATS - ALL NOV PAID JAN 6
REDDI GAS PROPANE - ALL SEPT/OCT NANAIMO/SWARTZ BAY PAID JAN 9
REMPEL TRAIL - NOV 30 PAID JAN 6
SHELL CANADA - OCT 30 ALL NOVEMBER PAID JAN 7
SUBURBAN EXPRESS - BOTH NOV  7   PAID JAN 8
TEDS MOBILES - NOV 30   PAID JAN  8
H M TRIMBLE - NOV 30  PAID JAN 7
WAGON TRAIN - AUG  31  SEPT  30 BT  OF OCT  21  PAID JAN 8
BCC-7  PLEASE FORWARD COPY MR  MARGETTS
J.  YATES
MANAGER,   BCCSS WOWO
 January 13, 1976.
Mr*  Gordon Fairbank, President
Horizon Holidays of Canada Ltd.
44 Victoria Street
Toronto, Ontario.
M5C 1Y?
Dear Gordons
Having just returned from annual vacation, I wish
to extend very best wishes from the British Columbia
Coast Steamship Service to all members of Horizon
Holidays of Canada for a very prosperous 1976.
The girls in the office certainly enjoyed the chocolates which you forwarded at Christmas, and from tha
weight I gained on my holidays it was just as wall I
wasn't here to appreciate them also.
With every good wish.
Yours sincerely.
R.R. REID
Asst..Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
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Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour. This has
been calcuJa ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
harine Operations
 VANCOUVER,  January 13,   197*. Filet     AGR.4.BRAC.P.GEN.
J. Yates
Purser
"Princess of Vancouver"
Effective immediately Statarooai No. 9 is to be withdrawn
from public sale, and hereafter used aa the Purser's
Supplement will, me issued shortly deleting   teterooat 9
frow   \ipplenont 6 to Tariff NO* 9.
Manager, B.CC.S.S.
RRR'BB
CC.      wmmammW J    ^i Imiamg   q£ VanCOUVOT'
Cnier stewera #
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135 Atkins Ave.
victoria* B.C.
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Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcula ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
karine Operations
 VANCOUVER, January 13,  1976. Filet    256
J.Yatee
Mr. J. Thomson
Manager Taxation
Montreal,  Que.
Reference your latter of January 5th, File No. T-117-1,
concerning diesel fuel oil consumed on our vessels during
the Year 1975.
Following la tha information requestedt
Gallons Consumed - 1975
Jan. 1- Aug. 15-
aalaliaVal JJaMJ aa^aaJBL       To^1
"Princess of 364,175 235,151       '599,326 Imp. Gals.
Vancouver"
"Carrier Princess"        82,813 51,373        134,186      "
"Trailer Princess 48,044 30,488 78,532      "        ■
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH BB
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Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions.and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour. This has
been calcuJa ted in accordance with Pension Rule        and represents portiori of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of this, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal. > >
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
karine 'Operations
 PRIVATE
January 13, 1976.
File No, 428
Mr* Lovegrove
Professional Engineer
Bordignon Masonry Ltd.
880 Beach Avenue
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Mr. Lovegrove*
Wo thank you for your enquiry with respect to the
movement of approximately 200 trailer loads of precast concrete and other construction materials for
the Harbour Park Development at Nanaimo.
This is to advise that a discount of 109. will apply
to the movement of this traffic, tha bulk of which is
to move on the "Carrier Princess* leaving Vancouver
Monday through Friday at IQjOO a.m.
Yours very truly,
J. YATBS
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
ODF'BB
be. Mr. J.H. Suzuki, Vancouver.
Please note for billing purposes. This movement
will commence mid May to raid June 1976.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcu3a ted in accordance with Pension Rule        and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada onljr.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and       of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
karine Operations
 VANCOUVER, January 13, 1976.        Filet 429
J. Yates
Mr. H.S. Harriman
Manager, Revenue Accounting
Montreal, Que.
REt Rail Traffic to Elk Falls (Duncan Bay) for Crown
Zellerbach, formerly carried on Hooker Chemical
Barge "Hyak King" and towed by the Gulf of Georgia
Towinct Co.	
The B.C.C.S.S. commenced handling this traffic January
10, 1976. Service will be weekly, leaving Vancouver
Saturday 1000 and returning Sunday 2230. Approximately
six rail cars will be handled each direction.
We have solicited this account on the basis of the
B.C.C.S.S. participating in the through rates for saltcake
and alum sulphate liquid, which was former arrangement
with the Gulf of Georgia. We propose to issue a statement
each week to the Vancouver Local Wharf Freight Office for
processing, sample enclosed.
On local rated commodities a statement will be submitted
weekly to Crown Zsllerbach, as per attached. .
Would appreciate your confirmation of our accounting procedures in the handling of the rail traffic revenue.
Should this revenue be included in our ticket report or
taken to special debit on Form 1057?
Manager, B.C.C^S.S.
JBF'BB
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Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcu3a ted in accordance with Pension Rule        and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of this, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations,
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager.
karine Operations
 VANCOUVER, January 13, 1976.
J. Yates
Mr. B.D. Margetts
Montreal, Que,
In response to your request for comments regarding the
suitability of the M/S "Brottningen" for service in the
BCCS Alaska summer service and southern cruising in the
winter period, the following observations are submitted,
based on presently available information about the ship.
The first consideration is the existing competition in
the intended field of operation, and it is felt that in
view of the requirement to alter "Drottningen" to meet
present-day acceptable standards, would entail considerable costs and time, and at best the end result would be
something less than a ship originally designed and built
exclusively for cruising in what has become a highly
competitive field.
There is no indication the ship is air conditioned, end
if not, she is definitely unacceptable for southern
cruising, or even northern cruising in tha present day.
The ship is 50-cycle electrically, and therefore not
compatible with the 60-cycle system in this area, presenting problems with shore pwoer, local spares, etc.
Fresh water holding capacity is limited, and the ship is
dependent on her on-board water maker to supplement, which
has limitations in confined waters.
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Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcuJa ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of this, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you.  submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
karine Operations
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m
The sprinkler system is incomplete by Canadian standards.
Information on F/O bunkers is not available.
cABffl MMBBal - "mvmmm"
To place a new ship into the competitive market requires
as near luxurious accommodations as offered by the competing cruise liners. The trade has come to demand the
best, in view of tliat which is offered by cruise liners
now in service. Present cabin facilities of the "Drottningen,"
designed essentially for overnight service only, are far
removed from the afore-mentioned facilities.
The smallest cabin on the "Princess Patricia," which is
our (a) category, offers 60 square feet of floor area as
compared with the 25 two-berth cabins on the Boat Deck on
the "Drottningen" of 35 square feet, or of the 47 two-berth
cabins on tho Promenade Deck with only 30 square feet.
Majority of cabins on the "Drottningen" do not have any
clothing wardrobes. Which is an essential requirement for
cruising, and there is no space in the cabins for the placement of -wardrobes. There is an indication of a small
drawer-type receptacle under the settees, but here again,
this is essentially far overnight clothing and would not
be acceptable for cruising.
Of 140 cabins on the "Drottningen" there are 60 with berthing facilities for a third or fourth passenger, as compared with 39 on board the "Patricia." Tha total number
of berths is 347. During the 1975 cruise season only 15^»
of the 39 cabins on the "Patricia" were used by a third
or fourth passenger, averaging out to six passengers per
sailing. If this is applied similarly to the "Drottningen,"
it would have the effect of reducing the number of berths
by 54, or to 293 berths.
There does not appear to be sufficient space to revamp cabins
without seriously reducing the number of berths. This is
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Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour. This has
been calcula ted in accordance with Pension Rule        and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada onljr.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of this, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a. copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
karine Operations
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the age when the demand is for two lower berths, shower
and toilet facilities. Upper berths are difficult to
sell on the "Patricia" and would be more difficult to
sell on a new ship. Majority of cabins on the "Drottningen'
offer upper berths. To completely gut the cabin area
would cause multiple plumbing problems.
There are no real good-sized public areas on board ship,
and the only area that might be adapted for use is the
cafeteria. However, in addition to public areas, there
should be some provision for public meeting and/or
seminar rooms, and this again would reduce the number of
cabins.
There is limited deck space, and if any of the foregoing
facilities were to be expanded over existing deck space,
this would seriously reduce exercise deck areas.
There must be provision for dance and entertainment areas,
which do not exist at the present time, except in the
small bar, and these are facilities which would be very
necessary in Mexican cruising or even on a new ship for
Alaska service.,
We consider the ship does hot offer the cabin, public area,
entertainment area potential commensurate' with the high
cost of the necessary conversion of the total ship for
these purposes. The cost of conversion cannot be even
guessed at.
While it is not possible to place a cost figure on proposed alterations without plans, drawings and survey,
local knowledge: based on the experience of B.C. Ferries
in bringing their vessel, "Queen of Surrey (ex "Stena
.Danica"- Swedish built) into Canadian registry, with only
minimal alterations, has shown that there is a very subtle
yet definite cost escalation factor that ultimately creeps
into conversions of this type. While it is appreciated
European ships are built with high standards and good
workmanship, it must be borne in mind that Canadian steamship Regulations have to be met, and are in many instances
above those of other countries, adding cost to any considered alterations of a ship.
  4
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Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcula ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only. Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to.you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of this, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
karine Operations
J
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In summary, while the concept of a replacement for the
"Princess Patricia" is wholly supported by BCCS, it Is
the opinion of Management here that "Drottningen" would
be unsuitable.
it has been suggested that if the intent to replace the
"Patricia" is firm, may consideration be given to build'
ing locally and to our specifications and requirements.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
ANC
RRR/BB
 M/S   "DROTTNINGEN"
25
35 sq.  ft.
BATDACK
2-berth cabins with toilets and wash basins
No lockers.
47
33 sq.  ft.
plus toilet
sq.  ft.
Star.     5
Star.    1
61 sq. ft.
'A.. Port. A.2A
102 sq.   ft.
Port       7
69 sq.   ft.
Star.     1)
Port      1)
BRYGGDACK
Officers cabins  only.
. ' • .      .      .      a      .
PROMENADDACK
2-berth cabins with toilets and wash basins.
No lockers.
9
4-berth cabins with toilets,   9 sq,  ft.,  wash basins,
showers,   7 sq.  ft. and lockers  4/123 sq.  ft.,   1/186 sq.  ft.
(plus toilet).
2-berth cabin with toilet,  wash basin,   9 sq.   ft.  and
shower,  7 sq.  ft.
4-berth cabins with toilet,   30 sq.   ft.,  wash basin,
shower and lockers.
2-berth cabins  with toilet,   9 sq.   ft.,  wash basin and
shower,   7 sq.   ft.,  no lockers.
2-?berth cabin,   47 sq.   ft.,  with settee and communieating
office,   47 sq.   ft.     Entrance to shower,  toilet,   37 sq.  ft.,
and lockers  from passageway.
...
PLATTFORMDACK
Star.  5
Star.
Port
1-berth cabins with lockers and settees.    No wash basins
DASK.'.& MASKIN  PERSONAL.
Lounges with toilets.
L   II ''■"■. II M ?
Crew Mess Rooms.
...
 ■2-
VAGNDACK
Star. 2 (1-berth cabins with lockers and wash basins.
63 sq. ft. (FART. BEF.
Star. 4 2-berth cabins with lockers and settees, no wash basins,
63 sq. ft. DACKS PERSONAL
Star. 3 2-berth cabins with lockers and settees, no wash basins,
60 sq. ft. MASKIN PERSONAL
Star. 2 2-foerth cabins with lockers and settees, no wash basins
63 sq. ft. MASKIN PmsONAL
Star. 1 (1-berth cabin with locker and wash basin.
65 sq. ft. (ECONOMI. BEF.
Port 8 2-berth cabins with lockers and settees, no wash basins,
63 sq. ft. DACKS PERSONAL
Port 2 1-berth cabins with wash basin and lockers.
60 & 80 sq. MASK. BEF.
: ft.
Port 1 1-berth cabin with wash basin and locker.
45 sq. ft. ECONOMI. BEF.
MELLANDACK
34   (2-berth cabins with lockers and settees.
66 sq. ft.   (ECONOMI PERSONAL - No wash has ins.
2-berth cabins, lockers in passageway.  No wash basins.
ECONOMI PERSONAL
2-berth cabins with lockers and settees, no wash basins.
ECONOMI PERSONAL
1-berth cabin with two lockers, no settee,
no wash basin. ECONOMI PERSONAL
2-berth cabins with lockers and settees, no wash basins.
MASKIN PERSONAL
7    1-berth cabirswith wash basins, no lockers, no settees.
37% sq. ft.   Frames 98-107
24    1-berth cabins with wash basins, no lockers, no settees.
37*5 sq. ft.   Frames 107-128
22    1-berth cabins with wash basins, no lockers, no settees.
37% sq. ft...  Frames 86-98.
mmaaaaw ^bssssp
56 sq.
2
ft.
54 sq.
11
ft.
33 sq.
1
ft.
Star
39 sq.
.     2
ft.
 VANCOUVER, January 13, 1976 File:  509
J. Yetee
Mr. J. Thomson
Manager, taxation
Montreal
Reference your letter dated January 5, 1976, files 0-1-2*2 and
12-1975. Following la the information required:
1. Total port-call tonnage 9,704,914
2. Fort-call tonnage in Canada 9,402,334
3. Salariea and wages peld to'employees
(other than ahip employees) in Canada      $868,958.66
Regarding items 1 and 2, the difference between total port-call
tonnage in Canada is made up of 302,560 in tfnitsd States ports of
Seattle, Washington, also Ketchikan, Wrangell, Juneau, Bartlett Covey
Skagway and whittier, Alaska.
Payrolls actually included in item 3 are numbers 175, 956 and 957.
Any paymenta under "D" register by voucher or United States Agenclea
or Interdepartmental Debits have not been included.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HiK/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA'''
PORTS OF CALL
MAY  JUN
JUN  JUN  JLY  JLY  JLY  JLY AUC
LV. VANCOUVER
2030   31
16
2k
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
2_
k
10
18
12
20
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
10
18   26
12
20
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm
Cruise
0830
1230    5
1300-1900
13
21
13   23
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
14
22
16
26
28
28
OFF BARTLETT COVE
2200
3
11
19
_22L
5
13
21
29
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
k
k
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
30
31
AUG
1
AR,
LV.
ALERT BAY
ALERT BAY
1400
1700
JLY
7  15
23
17
25
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8  16
2k
10
18
26
PORTS OF CALL
AUG  AUG  AUG  SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
k
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
c
0
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
20k5
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF BARTLETT
COVE
2200
14
22
30
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy
Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17 25
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18  26
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19  27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible bub are subject to fcidaj
and weather conditions and to change without notice,
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER,, January 13, 1976
J* Yates
Mr. ¥.*V*  Jones
General Paymaster '
Montreal
few   fcft»t f-toffinh0"1 TtJ« fitMffihfrs fiftH ?P6
Reference your letter of January 5, 1976, file 44-3725,
enclosed herewith ia completed questionnaire concerning
the above.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
 1
CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
>
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN  JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24    2
10
18
26   3
28   5
28  5
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
0830
1300
1830
2045
JUN
2
2
10
10
18
18
26    4
26   4
12
12
20
20
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
1300
2200
3
11
19
27   5
13
21
29  b
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
4
4
12
12
20
20
23   6
28   6
14
14
22
22
30
30
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230   5
1500-1900
13
21
29   7
15
23
31   8
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30   8
16
24
AUG
1   8
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
13
23
JLY
1   9
17
25
2  1C
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2   10
18
26
3  11
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
'.L
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
1300
2200
0815
2300
14
15
15
22
30
7
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17
25
2
10
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
i4oo
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
Januarv ?5.1974.
Dates of arrival
followed as close
and weather condi
THE TEV "PTfTNOESK
and departure from ports will be
ly as possible but are subject to tidal
tions and to change without notice.
PflTRTHTii''' WHRTRTliWEn TW P.ANAnA                   '
 TELEX VANCOUVER, B.C., JAN. 13/76
Filet  609
B.D, MARGETTS 01-20365
MONTREAL, QUE.
N END VANC IS VOY NO 64 JAN 10/76 NBD A 13 B ONE C 26 D 5 RAIL
FOR ESTD REV 8000 STOP SBD A 13 B NIL C NIL D NIL FOR ESTD
REV 2260 TOTAL REV 10,260    BCC-6
J. YATES
MANAGER, BCCSS
CAA'BB
 January 12, 1976.
File No. T-75-49-E
Mrs. D.J. Hardy
Ste. 505
1730 Duchess Ave.
West Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Mrs. Hardyt
We have pleasure in attaching B.C, Coast Pass BH 777
in your favour, good until the endyof 1978. Please
note pass should be signed on the back.
Tv* apologize for the delay in forwarding this to you,
occasioned by the postal strike and the rush of
Christmas mail.
y
Yours very truly.
</
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
BB
 1
s-
Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcuJa ted in accordance with Pension Rule        and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall bo pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of this, sign it. and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and       of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal,
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager.
karine Operations
 VANCOUVER, January 12, 1976,
J. Yates
Files  76.ALA.521.7.P,
Mr. L.R. Smith
Vancouver, B.C.
With reference to Lord Polworth's request for change from
May 31st sailing of the "Princess Patricia" to JUly 18th,
on behalf of Lady Polworth and their daughter, Jean.
We are Pleased to confirm that we have been able to secure
Cabin 432 as originally requested in your letter of November
14th, File 75.529. As JUly 18th is a summer sailing, thai
tariff rate is $1,504.00 less 50% reduction off passage
portion, $560.00, requiring a net amount in Canadian funds
of $944.00, which we presume will be arranged through Mr.
Byars' office in London, England
If Lord Polworth requires anymore information concerning
this reservation, we will be pleased to furnish same upon
your further request.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
cc. Mr. S. Byars
General Manager, Europe
CP Rai,  8 Waterloo Place,  I all Mall
London W1-Y-4AQ, England.
Kindly note Lord Polworth has found It necessary to
alter cravel date from May 31st to JUly 18th for
Lady Polworth and their daughter, Jean. Cabin 432 Is
assigned to you for final ticketing, and will appreciate details of ticket number when issued.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 s-
Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calculated in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of this, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and       of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal,,
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Fqnager.
karine Operations
 VANCOUVER* January 12, 1976«       Filei T-75-32-12
J. Yates
Mr. W.W. Martin
Vancouver, B.C.
Further to ray letter of December H* 1975, concerning
damage to Mobile Home #10335 while being loaded on to
the "ceaspan Doris," and your F.C.D.I of December 3rd,
File F-34127, to which we reply as follows:
1. Home was erroneously reported as "Commonwealth.M
Should be "Esta Villa."
2. Copy of Bill of Lading attached, also damage report.
3. It appears that mobile home struck a flat deck
trailer, according to shape of original point of
contact.
4. No inspection or Constable's report was made. Loading was continued in spite of damage. Unit was returned to Vancouver and inspection made on December
8th as per attached copy.
5. There were no witnesses and no pictures were taken.
6. Estimate of $2,500.00 damage was given by Mr. Bucci,
the owner of Esta Villa Homes.
I am also enclosing bills for shipment in both directions,
which Esta Villa have rejected.  Perhaps fchis Should form
part of the claim against Buster"s Air Float Transport.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
HLH'BB
 s-
Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcula ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of this, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and       of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal,
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
F^nager.
karine Operations
 January 12,  1976.
File He.   76.ALA.521.7.P.
Mr. J.J. Trainer
Wayfarer Group Travel, Inc.
2200 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206.
Dear Jackt
We do appreciate very much your releasing Cabin 432
for our use from assignment made the Methodist July
18th "Patricia" sailing.
In lieu of 432, we are assigning Cabin 416 at the
sane rate as Cabin 432.
With reference to your query concerning George Warner,
George is still in Vancouver, but moved a couple of
years ago to Apartment 127, 3300 Capllano, North
Vancouver, B.C.
With best regards.
Yours very truly.
J.  YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 s-
Jear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcula ted in accordance with Pension Rule        and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of this, sign it; and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal,
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Finager,
karine Operations
 January 12, 1976.
ro* no. car
336
United itates Federal Maritime Commission
^Otthiagton, D.C. 30573,
With reference to periodical reports covering the
operation of our "Princess Patricia" as required
under 13*3* Public Lav 09-777, for which wm hold
Certificate of tio»»Parf©twa»ce no* l*-§8.
Please note that in accordance with your Reference
44 FLB.   surety Policy No. 645581 of Hoyal Indemnity
Company in tho amount of $100,000.00 is now in
feroo*
Ho unearned paeeenger revenue from %%•%  port* has
been reported thr  quarter ending December 31, 1975,
There novo boon no other dhangea to date, and next
report of unearned passenger revenue will bo made
in April 1976.
This will constitute our last report for 1975, mover*
ing tho loot six months of that year.
Win you please acknowledge receipt on the attached
oopy *»* *»i» iottor.
YOUTO very truly.
Manager# B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
ACKNOWLEDGED
«p—WMP»-WHW^m      *M I    IIWMPWKWV^MOTMP-IMHMP mmmm^mmmmmmmym
-Signature Date
 s-
Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcuHa ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of this, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal,
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
karine Operations
 January 12, 1976.
File No. T-76-69
Mr. Howard C. Hansen, President
TravAiaska Tours
Fourth and vine Building, Suite 470
ieattle, Washington 98121.
Dear Howard:
Thank you kindly for your letter of January 7,  1976,
and for your good wishes for 1976, which we reciprocate by wishing TravAleska much success.    We are very
keen on making our mutual association a successful
venture, and will be pleased to work closely with
your office in this connection.
As you are aware, all space on the "Patricia" is sold
on a round-trip basis, and our requirement for oneway bookings  is negligible.    Periodically,  Barbara
Thorn will be contacting your office for release of any
unsold space, but would advise that one-way space
must not be released.
Looking forward to seeing you in the near  future.
Yours very truly,
J. YATES
Manager,  B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 s-
Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcula ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations,
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well as the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
karine Operations
 January 12r 1976^
File Nor 234
Mr. & Mrs. L.M. Haswell
Box 1282
Ladysmith, B.C.
Doar Terry & Bettyi
Have tried to reach you on the telephone, but as
you may possibly be out of town, am dropping you
this lottery first, to extend our good wishes to
you for 1976, and secondly, to ascertain whether
or not you wish to cons lder returning to the
"Princess Patricia" as Host and Hostess for the
1976 season.
It was indeed a pleasure to have you both on board
the "Patricia" during 1975, and by the number of
complimentary comments received, your contribution
during that season was noteworthy.
It would be appreciated, after you have given this
matter due consideration, if you would contact us
and advise when it would be convenient for you to
come into the office to discuss contract for 1976,
or if your decision is to the contrary, advise accordingly, in order that we may look elsewhere for
a Host and Hostess.
Yours very truly*
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
RRR'BB
 s-
Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcuJa ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of this, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially,directed to Sections
and       of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
karine Operations
 January 12, 1976.
File No. IseT
Mr* Bill Etchell
World Ship    ociety of Western Canada
3476 West 26th Ave.
Vancouver, B.C.
V63 1N5
mm^^amm m*       a*a*am ^m. m* 9
Thanks kindly for your letter of January- 6th, Which
I received on my return from annual vacation.
Sincerely enjoyed reading comments respecting the
"Princess Patricia."
With every good wish to you and the family throughout
Yours very truly.
R.R. REID
Asst. Manager, B.C.C.S.S,
RRR'BB
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Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour. This has
been calcula ted in accordance with Pension Rule        and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of this, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal,
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
karine Operations
 January 12, 1976.
File No. 76.GEN.055.
Mr. James Palmer
Fublication Section
Canadian Government Office of Tourism
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0H6
Dear Mr. Palrcert
With reference to your letter dated December 1975,
concerning the enclosed Ferries, Bridges, Cruises
publication, please find corrections made thereon.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager,  B.C.C.S.S,
RRR'BB
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Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour,  This has
been calcula ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and       of the Pension Rules and Regulations,
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal,
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
karine Operations
 Vancouver, January 12, 1976.
OS O      *fcOifte(*^lO^P
Mr, a.a. Fouitesor
Vancouver, B.C.
File*    T-76-54
confirming conversation with Mr. Schmidt in connect ion
with tho recent hold-up attempt of Purser,  "Princess of
Vancouver."
Further discussion with Purser slightly changes our request for constable protection of the Purser, and wo would
new request that o Constable bo available at Hi 15 each
morning to accompany tho Purser from the "Princess of
Vancouver" to tho Ticket Office, and also to accompany
tho Purser every second  Wednesday, commencing January 21st,
at 6t30 p.m. tapes arrival of tho "Princess of Vancouver,"
when Purser proceeds  from the Vancouver Wharf Ticket
office with payroll cash, back to the "Princess of.
Vancouver•*
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
cc.    Purser,   "Princess of Vancouver"
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mfwm* e*   em ymmyatm-   mm9aimmmmma*Vmm*j    mwm^mammm am    a» mammmmmmmmm*:   msttWHO 0     * ^mmmemu^ymmm^ ^m**m m*
Please note the above arrangements.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcu3a ted in accordance with Pension Rule        and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
karine Operations
 January 12, 1976.
File Ho. 76.ALA.055<
Mr. Arthur Carthew
Yucaipa Travel Service
34045 YUcaipa Blvd., Suite 101
YUcaipa, California 92399.
Dear Mr. Carthewt
We apologize for not replying sooner to your letter
of November 14th, which was hold up as a result of
the Canadian postal strike, which lasted six weeks,
and also, the writer being on holidays when your
communication finally reached us.
The last regular sailing of the "Princess Patricia"
will be September 4th this year, following which there
will be three charters, the first operated by Hawaiian
Polynesia Tours on September 12tht the second by
Pioneer Tours, Vancouver, September 23rd, and a convention charter on September 28th.
' ^^rmtmimmmm^*^mm       m*m*mmim*  WW*   ^armat       mm^^ mm ^p, ^WP^w)   aaym* m*>m,*.m
via regret we will not have any open sailings following
September 4th, and would respectfully suggest that
Hawaiian Polynesia might bo your boot contact to ae-
ito your clients.
Again, regret the delay in writing to you for the foregoing reasons, and trust that Hawaiian Polynesia will
be able to assist you.
As CP Rail Passenger Services ore now separate, wo are
roguesting that office to furnish you with roil schedules.
Yours very truly.
*  YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
be. Mr. D.S. Collings - Will you kindly oblige Mr. Carthew
Vancouver, B.C.    with reference to his request for train
schedules,
 Manager, B.C.C.S.S.	
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Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcula ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of this, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well as the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
Marine Operations
 January 12.  1976,
File No,  76,AIA.521.12.T.
Mr. Frank Spence
Travel-Tours
P.O. Box 40
Wagoner, Oklahoma 74467.
Dear Mr. spencei
Thank you kindly for your letter of December 26th
with reference to an Alaska trip this coming summer.
Sincerely regret that we are unable to assign any
rooms during the early part of August, due to heavy
commitments. If you wish to consider August 27th we
might be able to accommodate you, and will be pleased
to hear from you at your earliest convenience.
Yours very truly,
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
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Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour. This has
been calcuJa ted in accordance with Pension Rule        and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
Marine Operations
 January 12, 1976.
File NO. 76.ALA.521.C.
Mi. Barbara Naughton
Carefree Travel, Inc.
Equitable Building
401 N. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60611.
Dear Mb. Naughton:
We wish to acknowledge receipt of your letter of
December 9, 1975, concerning your decision not to
operate Tour No. 1 on July 10, 1976 sailing of the
"Princess Patricia."
We have accordingly cancelled space, but com firm
that we are holding accommodation for Tours 2 and
3 on July 18th and JUly 26th.
we wish you every success with the latter two tours*
and would request a deposit of $40.00 per person
based cm double occupancy of cabins shown, at your
convenience.
With every good wish for Carefree Travel throughout
the new year,
Yours very truly.
J, YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
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Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour, This has
been calcuJa ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and       of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager.
Marine Operations
 VANCOUVER, January 12, 1976.
J. Yates
Mr. G.H.  Burchill
135 Atkins Ave.
Victoria, B.C.
File:  76.CHA.529.H.
With reference to your letter of January 6th, we are
pleased to enclose Immigration questionnaire for the
Roths and Hixsons.
With best regards.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 VANCOUVER, January 12, 1976. File: T-76-69
J. Yates
Mr. J.G. Shave
Vancouver, B.C.
The attached material has been received from the publishers of the magazine "San Francisco."
Can wo please have your comments concerning same?
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 VANCOUVER, January 12, 1976. File:  235
J. Yates
Mr. A.R. Bodden
Revenue Accounting - Passenger Section
Montreal, Que.
As requested, herewith photostat of Purser's report
covering December 30th sailing of "Princess of
Vancouver."
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
RRR'BB
 VANCOUVER,  January 9,  1976.
J. Yates
Mr. H/S. Harriraan
Manager, Revenue Accounting
Montreal,  Que.
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To permit me to file the above forms, please provide me
with the Intra-Territorial and Extra-Territorial sales
made on our TEV "Princess Patricia" for the Year 1975.
Your File No.  PD/ST/8/lB refers.
Manager, B.c.c s.s.
HLH'BB
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iJear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcula ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well as the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal,
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Ainager,
Marine Operations
 January 9, 1976.
File No.  341-o
Mr. H.L. Tottenham, President
Incan Ships Ltd.
3 Place Villa Marie,    uite 622
Montreal,  Quebec.
Dear Mr. Tottenhamt
This has reference to my letter of November 3,  1975,
particularly with regard to berthing costs for lay-
up of M.V.  "Incan St. Laurent" at Western water
Terminal (National Harbours Board, Vancouver)*
I regret to advise that after considerable negotiation
and effort to retain the berthing rate as originally
proposed. Harbours Board has decreed that "Incan St.
Laurent" shall be charged at the standard coastal rate
of $.01 per lineal foot of ship's length per hour,
which equates to $89.52 per diem, as opposed to their
intent to charge at the deep-sea rate of $.05 or $.10
per hour.
I would suggest that you accept this charge, as berthing elsewhere in Vancouver Harbour would be equal to
or perhaps more costly,  is limited, and would provide
less security.
Cost invoicing up to December 31,  1975, will be forwarded presently.
Yours very truly,
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
ANC'BB
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Df_sr
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of       "has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcula ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well as the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal,
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you  submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
Marine Operations
 CANADIAN        PACIFIC        LIMITED
British Columbia Coast  Steamship Service
VANCOUVER, December 31, 1975. File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-17
To facilitate annual drydocking, the "Princess of Vancouver"
will be withdrawn from service January 26, 1976, and the
following sailings are therefore cancelled.
Monday, January 26th, 0400 ex Vancouver through Friday, resuming schedule 1200 Friday, January 30, 1976.
Upon completion discharge after 0230 arrival January 26th,
the "Princess of Vancouver" will depart A-3 as required to
arrive off Burrard Dry Dock at 0630 same date, and will depart Dry Dock to be in Berth A-3 for loading at 1100 Friday,
January 30th.
The "Carrier Princess" will not operate passenger service
during the "Princess of Vancouver" lay-up period, and will
be required Monday, January 26th, in addition to her regular
Nanaimo daily service.
The "Trailer Princess" may be required in Nanaimo day service
if traffic warrants.
Crew will victual on board.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 VANCOUVER, January 8, 1976,
J. Yates
Mr. B.D. Margetts
Montreal, Que.
Further to ray letter of October 28, 1975, your File 103-12,
concerning truck and trailer traffic presently handled on
the B.C. Ferries.
The A.T.A. were supplied with details of our service and
assurances that space could be made available on the 0400
sailing of the "Princess of Vancouver" for live traffic.
We requested this information be given to all trucking
firms and that any enquiries be directed to us. As a result our Traffic Department received several requests for
information, and these enquiries were followed up by
personal visits.
Macdonalds Consolidated were shipping up to 10 live units
per week on the B.C. Government Ferries, and we have been
successful in obtaining this traffic for the 0400 sailing
of the "Princess of Vancouver."
vJhile we have retained this business, unfortunately it has
resulted in our having to leave behind several drop trailers
from time to time for the 1000 sailing of the "Carrier
Princess." You can appreciate this creates problems for
our customers, and consequently for us; however, we are
endeavouring to juggle things about to accommodate all
traffic, preferably at the times they desire.
Live traffic is, of course, very difficult for us to
capture from the B.C. Ferries, due to their frequency and
lower rates, and the fact that some of our sailings are
non-passenger.
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Dear . i
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcula ted in accordance with Pension Rule     l and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.,
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise roe promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal. .
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
Marine Operations
 What we have been endeavouring to do in many oases, is persuade tha shipper to drop his trailer, rather than take it
live, and then we can handle it for him at either end. This
has worked on a number of occasions, but there are units which
do not lend themselves to this method of transportation, and
it is unlikely that wo will capture that particular traffic
from the E.CU Ferries.
Rates are also a problem, and the comparison is shown belowt
B.C. FAIRIES B.C.C.S.S.
From Vancouver From Vancouver
frp swaytff Rax       fro WPPlm   T,o s*AJnP% BfiY   fti Mftttift^
20' Truck $15.00 $15.00 $48.00 $39.00
28' Truck 23.00 23.00 69.00 52.00
40'  Truck 35.00 35.00 85.00 63.00
Subsequent meetings have been held with B.C. Ferries and the
A.T.A.    A questionnaire Is being prepared in conjunction with
B.C.C.S., B.C. Ferries and the A.T.A.    This will be passed out
to all drivers of trucks for completion at the terminals January
llth to 31st, and will be analysed during the first week of
February.    Intention is to ascertain requirements of the truckers.
B.C. Ferries may use this information to determine which traffic
lane their new truck ferry should operate.
With the dropping of the "Haida" from our service and placing
the "Carrier" on the day run, with consequent better utilisation
of our vessels, we are, of course,   finding difficulty in handling
the rail and trailer traffic on the required sailings.    Bringing the "Haida" back into service on a regular baais,  in ray
opinion is not the answer at this time, and we are studying
several models to see if further utilization oan be made by rescheduling without introducing another unit.
I shall keep you informed.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JY'BB
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l)ea:r
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcu]a ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well as the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal,
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returnee! to you as socn as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Manager,
Marine Operations
 VANCOUVER, January 8, 1976. File:  103
J. Yates
Mr. J.H. Susuki
Wharf Ticket Agent
Vancouver, B.C.
JttWfciWM      m9m* mmmm% Ms!—
Reference your letter of December 11, 1975, regarding outstandings for Pactow Transport.
I am in agreement with the understanding reached, and this
is your authority to issue a credit adjustment to Pactow*s
account in the amount of $799.37.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JY'BB
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Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcu]a ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise.me promptly of such change, as well as the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal,
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Mmager,
Marine Operations
 VA8C0BVSR, January 8, 1976 Files 235
J. Yates
Purser
PRINCESS OF VANCOUVER
With reference to your reporting of Dining Room Meals on the "Princess
of Vsncoover" during the month of June, 1975.
It appears that figures supplied en Fores B.C.C.S.6 to the Menager,
Cuetester & Agency Accounts for the month of June do not agree with
those supplied on Forms B.C.C.S.17, to the Menager, Revenue Accounting
for the days June 14 and 21 es per details attached.
Please give this setter your iemediete attention end advise.
Manager, B.C.C.S*S<
HLH/jh
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CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA!i
PORTS OF CALL
MAY  JUN  JUN  JuN
JLY  JLY  JLY  JLY AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16   2k
10
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18   26
12
18
20
25
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
10
26
12
20
28
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE	
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
1300
2200
11
19
-SL
13
21
29
0815
2300
k
k
12
12
20
20
28
28
6
6
14
14
22
22
30
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
0830
1230    5
13
21
15
23
31
Enter Tracy Arm -
Cruise
1500-
1900
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
AUG
1   9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7
15
23
JLY
1
Q
17
25
2  10
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8
16
24
2
10
18
26
3 ■
PORTS OF CALL
AUG
AUG
AUG
SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
k
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
14  22
30
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
2.
8
AR. JUNEAU 0830
LV. JUNEAU 1230   16
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise   1500-1900
24
SEPT
1
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17 25
10
AR.
LV.
ALERT BAY
ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18  26
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19  27
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to ticU
and weather conditions and to change without notice.
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 8, 1976
J. Yates
Mr. B.C. Loud
Manager
Corporate Accounting
Montreal
File; 502
Reference your letter of December 23, 1975, file B-248-75.
the groee tonnage of B.C. Coast Steamship Service vessels, together
with their service in 1975, is es follows:
TSV "Princess Patricia"
MV "Princess of Vancouver"
MV Trailer Prineees"
MV "Carrier Princess"
6062     Msy 15 to October 13
5554     January 1 to January 19
January 26 to December 24
Dece«b«r 27 to December 31
2669     January 1 to May 11
Msy 15 to December 31
4353     January 1 to April 13
April 17 to December 31
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HUt/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY  JUN  JUN  JUN
JLY  JLY  JLY  JLY AD(
LV. VANCOUVER
2050
31
16
24
10
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
3
11
19
32.
Jl
13
21
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
7 15
23
JLY
1
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8  16
24
-12.
25
10
18
26
PORTS OF CALL
AUG  AUG  AUG  SEPT
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17 25
26
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28
5
29
AR. SKAGWAY
0815
4
12
20
28
6
14
22
30
LV. SKAGWAY
2300
4
12
20
28
6
14
22
30
AR. JUNEAU
0830
LV. JUNEAU
1230
5
13
21
29
7
15
23
31
Enter Tracy Arm - Cruise
1500-1900
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
AUG
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
1
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
27
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT
COVE
2200
14
22
— r\
7
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
31
8
8
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy
Arm -
Cruise
0830
1230
1500-
16
1900
24
SEPT
1
9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18
26
3
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19
27
4
12
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25,1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to J
and weather conditions and to change without notice,
THE TEV "PRINCESS PATRICIA" REGISTERED IN CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January 8, 1976 Files X*75-30-49
J. Yates
Mr. U.W. Martin
Vancouver
further to my letter of January 2, 1976, concerning Commercial
trailer No. 21, which travelled free Nanaimo to Vencouver on the
"Carrier Princess", December 3, 1975.
Unclosed herewith are reports from the ship's Maater snd First Officer,
also invoice in the amount of $796.00 to cover repairs.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CP RAIL
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST
QT^fiMR
AMSHIP SERVICE
SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 TO
BULLETIN NO. 2, 1974
ALASKA SCHEDULE - SUMMER 1974 (REVISED)
LOCAL TIMES SHOWN
"PRINCESS" PATRICIA"
PORTS OF CALL
MAY
JUN
JUN
JUN
JLY
JLY
JLY
JLY AUG
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
31
8
16
24
2
10
18
26   3
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
JUN
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28  5
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
2
10
18
26
4
12
20
28  5
OFF BARTLETT COVE
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
1300
OFF
BARTLETT
COVE
2200
3
11
19
27
5
13
21
29  0
AR.
SKAGWAY
0815
4
12
20
28
6
14
22
30  7
LV.
SKAGWAY
2300
4
12
20
28
6
14
22
30  'A.
AR.
JUNEAU
0830
LV.
JUNEAU
1230
5
13
21
29
7
15
23
31   E
Ent
Br  Tracy '
^rm -
Cruise
1500-1900
VIA
WRANGELL
NARROWS
AR.
PRINCE RUPERT
1300
AUG
LV.
PRINCE RUPERT
1645
6
14
22
30
8
16
24
1  9
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
JLI
7 15
23
17   25
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
8  16
10
18   26
PORTS OF CALL
AUG  AUG  AUG  SEPT
LV. VANCOUVER
2030
11
19
on
c r
4
AR. KETCHIKAN
LV. KETCHIKAN
0830
1300
13
21
29
6
AR. WRANGELL
LV. WRANGELL
1830
2045
13
21
29
6
OFF BARTLETT COVE 1300
50-mile cruise to Glacier
Bay, Tarr & Hopkins Inlets
& return.
OFF BARTLETT COVE 2200
14
22
AR. SKAGWAY
LV. SKAGWAY
0815
2300
15
15
23
23
31
AR. JUNEAU
LV. JUNEAU
Enter Tracy Arm
Cruise
0830
1230   16
1500-1900
SEPT
24
VIA WRANGELL NARROWS
AR. PRINCE RUPERT
LV. PRINCE RUPERT
1300
1645
17 25
AR. ALERT BAY
LV. ALERT BAY
1400
1700
18  26
11
AR. VANCOUVER
0900
19  27
1;
E.H. TIMBERS
Superintendent,
Passenger Services
January 25.1974.
Dates of arrival and departure from ports will be
followed as closely as possible but are subject to tld
and weather condition-j and to change without notice,
THE  TEV   "PPTWmWfi   PATPTP.TA"   PEttTSTESET)  TW  CANADA
 VANCOUVER, January P, 1976
E.L. Hudson
Mr. Clem Aitken
File: T-75-30-47
0
Further regarding Liquid Carbonic vehicle #64602, ex Vancouver on
the "Seeepen Doris, November 12, 1975.
. ... . .
Please note attached copy of letter received from our Agent at Nanaimo
end advise hov the damage occurred while loading in Vancouver, with
names of people involved. Mr. Policy's report merely states thst
Liquid Carbonic driver reported the damage to him.
V* Nezil of Seaspan advises no record of this incident and at tha
moment 1 have nothing to go no bat with so will appreciate ell the
information you have available.
Office Manager,
B.C.C.S.S*
HLH/jb
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Trucks          Up to 21 feet
$48.00
22-26 feet
60.00
27-31
69.00
32-36
79.00
37-41
85.00
42-45
94.00
50
103.00
55
112.00
60
121.00
Units                41 feet
-
$ 85
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$1
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50
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101
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55
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110
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60
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119
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70
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Mobile Homes - _>wartz Bay
Over 36 and up to 40 feet - $97.00
Over 40 feet $97.00 plus $2.65 per
foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40 Feet         $97.00
$106.00
$115.00
$124.00
42
102.00
112.00
121.00
131.00
44
107.00
117.00
127.00
138.00
46
'          112.00
123.00
134.00
144.00
48
118.00
129.00
140.00
151.00
50
123.00
135.00
146.00
158.00
52
128.00
140.00
152.00
164.00
54
134.00
146.00
158.00
171.00
56
139.00
152.00
165.00
178.00
58
144.00
158.00
171.00
184.00
60
149.50
163.00
177.00
191.00
62
155.00
169.00
183.00
198.00
64
160.00
175.00
190.00
204.00
66
165.00
181.00
196.00
211.00
68
171.00
186.00
202.00
218.00
 VAKCOUVEP, January P, 1976
J. Yates
Ms. Foreen Certvrlght
Administrative Assistant
Coastal Marine Operations
Montreal
File: 313552
With reference to your letter of December 30, 1975, file 109-2,
concerning William B. Lucoe.
Mr. Lucoe left our employ without providing notice. Ee was loceted
working in Victoria for B.C. Steamships (1975) Ltd., s Crown Corporation of th<* Provincial Government of B.C. He was naked by Mr. R.R. Reid,
Assistsnt Manager, B.C.C.S.S., to return to work but failed to do so.
Considsretion was given to having him shown as dismissed but as he had
already removed himself from our employ, PDBl wes submitted to show his
record closed.
Prior to his leaving, we had already instigated proceedings to have
Mr. Lucoe examined by Dr. Avery, the Area Medical Officer, as employee
hsd requested retirement on medical grounds. Mr. Lucoe kept en
appointment with the Area Medico1 Officer but wes not examined et thet
time, aa Dr. Avery thought that he should first obtain a report from
hia own doctor. This waa done and the report, is on file in Dr. Avery's
office. A further appointment was not made as Mr. Lucge hsd left our
employ iu the interim and Form P.F. 10 was, therefore, not completed.
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$1.78 per foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40
Feet
$ 71.00
$ 80.50
$ 90.00
$ 99.00
42
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85.00
94.00
104.00
44
ii
78.00
89.00
99.00
109.00
46
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93.00
103.00
114.00
48
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86.00
97.00
108.00
119.00
50
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89.00
101.00
112.00
124.00
52
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105.00
117.00
129.00
54
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96.00
109.00
121.00
134.00
56
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100.00
113.00
126.00
138.00
58
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103.00
117.00
130.00
143.00
60
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107.00
121.00
135.00
148.00
62
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125.00
139.00
153.00
64
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114.00
129.00
144.00
158.00
66
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118.00
133.00
148.00
163.00
68
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121.00
137.00
152.00
168.00
 January 6, 1976
File: 175593
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Sun Life of Canada
Health Insurance Claims Offlee
338 Broadway Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3C 014
Deer Sirs:
Re: L.F. STilL, Group Mo. 7030-GO. Sub. Mo. 001,
^ocsm^ $04?,, A^jt R9t H|| Sap. ^pti 17?^g
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Reference your memorendum dated December 19, 1975, enclosed
herewith is s further medical report concerning the above.
Yours truly, .
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Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
JB
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RATES
U)
(2)
C3)
(4)
Unaccompanied autos, ^-ton pickup, panels
Includes loading and unloading.
(5)
(6)
Forklifts, capacity to 6,000 lbx.
Includes loading and unloading.
Forklifts, capacity over 6,000 lbs.
Includes loading and unloading.
Trucks up to 28 feet, with driver
ex Vancouver   CP 1000  POV 1200
ex Nanaimo     CP 1330  POV 0800
(Rate applicable on these sailings only.)
Boat Trailers, Bogies
Commercial Freight Trailers
$21.00
$25.00
$34.50
$23.00
$1.67 per ft,
min. $10.00
35 feet - $59.00
40 feet - 63.00
45 feet - 69.00
Overwidth - $.23 per ft,
Overhang - $1.67 "  J'
VANCOUVE
R - NANAIMO
Up to 20 feet
Trucks
$39.00
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21-26 feet
48.00
•
27-31  "
52.00
f
32-36  "
59.00
37-41  "
63.00
42-45  "
69.00
50
77.00
55
86.00
60
94.00
Units
41 feet =
50   " =
$63.00 + $1.67 per foot
78.00
55   " -
87.00
60   " =
65   "  =
70   "  =
95.00
100.00
108.00
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Mr. J. Laabreth
Manager
Licensing Administration
Liquor Administration Branch
1016 Langley
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sir:
.
Reference your Circular #33, dated December 5, 1975, concerning
application for renewal of liquor licence for 1976.
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enclosed herewith are completed application*for the "Princess of
Vancouver", Licence Mos. 02597, 07153 snd application for the
"Princess Patricia", Licence No. 09763.
Also enelosed sre List of Directors, seating plsns and two (2)
money orders in the total amount of §300.00.
Yours truly.
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S «S.
JB
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VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Mobile Homes - Nanaimo
$1.78 per foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40 Feet         $ 71.00
$ 80.50
$ 90.00
$ 99.00
42
75.00
85.00
94.00
104.00
44
78.00
89.00
99.00
109.00
46
82.00
93.00
103.00
114.00
48
86.00
97.00
108.00
119.00
50
89.00
101.00
112.00
124.00
52
93.00
105.00
117.00
129.00
54
96.00
109.00
121.00
134.00
56
100.00
113.00
126.00
138.00
58
103.00
117.00
130.00
143.00
60
107.00
121.00
135.00
148.00
62
111.00
125.00
139.00
153.00
64
114.00
129.00
144.00
158.00
66
118.00
133.00
148.00
163.00
68
121.00
137.00
152.00
168.00
4
 TELEX VANCOUVER,, B.C., JAN. 8/76
Filet  336
A. McDERMOTT  01-20642
MONTREAL, QUE.
EFF JAN 10/76 AND EACH SAT THEREAFTER EX VANC 1000 SEASPAN
DORIS WILL BE C/JRRYING RAIL CARS FOR DISCHARGE 1200 SUNDAY AT
ELK FALLS FOR CROWN ZELLERBACH APPROX 6 CARS IN EACH DIRECTION
LOADS OUT EMPTIES BACK BCC-5
ss
MANAGER, BCCSS
HLH»BB
 "TO BE INIT!ALLFONL?^PJp
Manager, _B1CCS:S1_
"Asst Moncqer,  B.C.CS.S
VANCOUVER,  January 7„   WJ*4"^fft'0 $uperintWi#6
J. Yates
Mr. A. McDermott
Montrealt  Que.
TA- ndent Engineer
"Term
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Office Memo
"Accountant
Reference your letter December 30, 1975, concerning utilisation of vessels for 1975.
The following vessels and barges were in service during 1975,
with the exception of the dates shownt
Vessel
"Princess of Vancouver*
"Trailer Princess"
"Carrier Princess*
"Haida Transporter"
"Seaspan Doris"
January 20-January 25
December 25-26
May 12-14
April 15-16
July 29-August 10
Nil
Additional vessel chartered in 1975 was the "Incan St. Laurent,
which was in continuous service from June 7th to October 3rd
inclusive, and is presently "laid up."
Other chartered barges used between Vancouver and James Island
as followsx
January 7, 14
February 4, 11, 18
March 4, 20
April 1, 8, 15, 22, 30
Hay 9, 13, 28
June 5, 10, 18, 24
July 3, 15, 17, 23, 31
August 7, 14, 21
sept. 4, 11, 18, 25
Oct. 9, 16, 23, 30
NOV. 8, 20, 28
Dec. 2, 9, 16
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH'BB
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Doar
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcula ted in accordance with Pension Rule        and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of this, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal,,
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file*  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
A'inager,
karine Operations
 VANCOUVER, January 7, 1976.       Filet T«?5-30~53
J* Yates
Mr. W.W. Martin
Vancouver, B.C.
On December 15, 1975, nabob Trailer No. 4006R was damaged
when it was backed into a Doman trailer by Johnston's
driver, Len Munroe, and copies of reports from ship's
officer and seaman are attached.
This morning ma received a telephone call from Mr. Meefc
of Pacific Cartage, stating that Trailer No. 4006R had
sustained damage in the approximate amount of $000.00.
Unit is presently located at Regent Trailer, Regent St.
and Douglas Road, Vancouver. It would appear this was
the fault of Johnston's driver, and responsibility for
same should be passed along to them.
Salvage Association was called today, and copy of their
report will be forwarded to you as soon as it comes to
hand.
Man&qer, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH'BB
cc. Mr. A. McDermott
Montreal, Que.
Copies of reports referred to are attached,
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
 s-
Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcu]a ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and        of the Pension Rules and Regulations,
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well a s the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
F^nager,
karine Operations
 CANADIAN        PACIFIC        LIMITED
British Columbia  Coast  Steamship Service
VANCOUVER,   December  31,   1975.
File:  163
CIRCULAR #75-16
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO SERVICE - FALL-WINTER 1975-1976
Messrs. F.W. Atkinson
rradley
(1) Messrs.
E. Robinson
(4)
(2)
L.P, Chatfield
(1)
(2)
L.E. Wedman
(2)
(4)
R.A. Ferguson
(1)
(4)
J.G. Shave
(6)
(2)
C.A. Aitken
(2)
(2)
A.A. Faulkner
(2)
(1)
(2)
/Af^£tf°\i,K. Shields
K.A. McGregor
v W.D. Wilks
W.A. Greene
W.W. Hocking
A.D. Watson
Purser, "Princess of Vancouver"
Chief Steward, "Princess of Vancouver"
Chief Steward, "Carrier Princess"
Master, "Princess of Vancouver"
Chief Engineer, "Princess of Vancouver"
Master, "Carrier Princess"
Chief Engineer, "Carrier Princess"
Master, "Trailer Princess"
Chief Engineer, "Trailer Princess"
Reference Bulletin No. 75-5, October 1, 1975.
The following alternate Saturday maintenance layover days for
the "Princess of Vancouver" are cancelled: Saturday, January
10, 1976, and Saturday, January 24, 1976.
"Princess of Vancouver" maintenance layover days will recommence Saturday, February 14, 1976, continuing in accordance
with above reference.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
cc.  Messrs. B.D. Margetts, Montreal (1)
L.R. Smith, Vancouver (1)
J.D. Bromley, Vancouver (1)
C.E. Blaney, Victoria (1)
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VANCOUVER, January 7, 1976 File: T-75-31-41
J. Yates
Mr. W.W. Hocking
Vancouver J'
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Bridge end Barge Tender J.R. Wooanam's boots sod pants were damaged
by gasoline while assisting to plug a hols ia ths gas tank of an
automobile damaged on Pier A-3 reap on December 31, 1975.
Kindly arrange to reimburse Mr; Woosnam for cost of replacing clothing
la the amount ef $44.03. Bills are attached.
Voucher should be mads out to J.R. Woosnam care of this office.
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Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
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32-36
79.00
37-41
85.00
42-45
94.00
50
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55
112.00
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9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40 Feet         $97.00
$106.00
$115.00
$124.00
42
102.00
112.00
121.00
131.00
44
107.00
117.00
127.00
138.00
46
112.00
123.00
134.00
144.00
48
118.00
129.00
140.00
151.00
50
123.00
135.00
146.00
158.00
52
128.00
140.00
152.00
164.00
54
134.00
146.00
158.00
171.00
56
139.00
152.00
165.00
178.00
58
144.00
158.00
171.00
184.00
60
149.50
163.00
177.00
191.00
62
155.00
169.00
183.00
198.00
64
'          160.00
175.00
190.00
204.00
66
•          165.00
181.00
196.00
211.00
68
171.00
186.00
202.00
218.00
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January 7, 1974
Flls: T*7S-99«*
!
Mr. welter F. Stewerd
65 Martha Bead, Apt. 9HK
Boston, Mess.  02114
U. S. A.
Dear Mr. Steward}
Thank you for your letter of December 16, 1975, end your kind
comments regarding the trip you took on our "Princess Patricia"
in June of last year.
Glad you enjoyed the North Vancouver navy League Wrenette Band,
which we hope will be s feature of our cruises for many years to
cons, I mm sure Mr. Fred Hart, our First Offleer of the "Prineees
Patricia", will be able to essist you with regard to your enquiries.
You say contest hia st 1661 Evelyn Street, Korth Vancouver, B.C.
Yours truly,
.:•                   -    IT "'OO      A      '..'•■■
■-..-.    .- ■.•     f3p*00    ■ '.A
J. YAXSS,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
cc; Mr. Fred Hart
Copy of Mr. Steward's letter is attached.
Menager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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-  NANAIMO
Mobile Homes - Nanaimo
$1.78 per foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40 Feet         $ 71.00
$ 80.50
$ 90.00
$ 99.00
42
75.00
85.00
94.00
104.00
44
78.00
89.00
99.00
109.00
46
82.00
93.00
103.00
114.00
48
86.00
97.00
108.00
119.00
50
89.00
101.00
112.00
124.00
52
93.00
105.00
117.00
129.00
54
96.00
109.00
121.00
134.00
56
100.00
113.00
126.00
138.00
58
103.00
117.00
130.00
143.00
60
107.00
121.00
135.00
148.00
62
111.00
125.00
139.00
153.00
64
'           114.00
129.00
144.00
158.00
66
118.00
133.00
148.00
163.00
68
121.00
137.00
152.00
168.00
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VANCOUVER, January 7, 1976
J. Yatee
Mr. W.E. Jones,
General Paymaster,
Montreal
Be: Loss of period 19 wege cheque number A06S656 in favour
of A. Taylor. #424464. Roll 955 '
Reference your letter dated November 20,1975, file 44-3673,
concerning the above mentioned.
* ■
As Mr. Taylor has misplaced the original Affidavit form forwarded
with your letter of November 20, would appreciate receiving e
further form in due course.
•       ■       ■ ■
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB
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SWARTZ UAY - VANCOUVER
Trucks         Up to 21 feet
$48.00
22-26 feet
60.00
27-31
69.00
32-36
79.00
37-41
85.00
42-45
94.00
50
103.00
55
112.00
60
121.00
Units                41 feet
=
$ 85.00 + $1.78 per ft.
50
=
101.00 "    "   "
55
-
110.00 "
60
=
119.00 "
65
=
128.00 "
70
•=
137.00 	
Mobile Homes - Jwartz Bay
Over 36 and up to 40 feet - $97.00
Over 40 feet $97.00 plus $2.65 per
foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40 Feet         $97.00
$106.00
$115.00
$124.00
42
102.00
112.00
121.00
131.00
44
107.00
117.00
127.00
138.00
46
112.00
123.00
134.00
144.00
48
118.00
129.00
140.00
151.00
50
123.00
135.00
146.00
158.00
52
128.00
140.00
152.00
164.00
54
134.00
146.00
158.00
171.00
56
139.00
152.00
165.00
178.00
58
144.00
158.00
171.00
184.00
60
149.50
163.00
177.00
191.00
62
•          155.00
169.00
183.00
198.00
64
160.00
175.00
190.00
204.00
66
165.00
181.00
196.00
211.00
68
171.00
186.00
202.00
218.00
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VANCOUVER, January 7, 1976
J. Yates
Mr. E. Robinson
Nanaimo
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Piesse have Mr. Shyshke complete the enclosed questionnaire end
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return to this office as soon as possible.
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Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
JB M'i' '
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VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Mobile Homes - Nanaimo
$1.78 per foot plus $.23 overwidth.
9 Ft.
10 Ft.
11 Ft.
12 Ft.
Wide
Wide
Wide
Wide
40 Feet         $ 71.00
$ 80.50
$ 90.00
$ 99.00
42
75.00
85.00
94.00
104.00
44
78.00
89.00
99.00
109.00
46
82.00
93.00
103.00
114.00
48
86.00
97.00
108.00
119.00
50
89.00
101.00
112.00
124.00
52
93.00
105.00
117.00
129.00
54
96.00
109.00
121.00
134.00
56
100.00
113.00
126.00
138.00
58
103.00
117.00
130.00
143.00
60   '
107.00
121.00
135.00
148.00
62
111.00
125.00
139.00
153.00
64
114.00
129.00
144.00
158.00
66
118.00
133.00
148.00
163.00
68
121.00
137.00
152.00
168.00
 TELEX
J.D. MASON   MDMD
MONTREAL, QUE.
TO BE INITIALLED AND PASSED AL0H8
Manager, B.C.C.S.S
Asst! Manaqer,
Marine Superintend
Superintendent Enqfneer
rinn Superintendent
TtnTiinal Superintendent
Departmental Analyst
vlanager
6/76
POST  DATED CHEQUE JOHN^ ftOfl^^PSPO3!'*'^ DEC  30/^(5
TO DATE       BCC-4
OB ^EM
J. YATES
MANAGER,   BCCSS
WOWO
CAA'BB
 January 6, 1976.
Pile No. T-S5-49-A
Mr. L.G.Armstrong
2519 West 1st Ave.
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Mr. Armstrongt
Wa now have pleasure in attaching B.C. Coa3t long
Service Pass BH 779 in your favour aa "Pensioned
Wharf Ticket Agent," good until the end of 1978.
Wishing you the Compliments of the season.
Yours very truly.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
BB
 s-
Dear
Advice has been received from the Superintendent of
Pensions and Staff Registrar that effective an
allowance of        has been granted in your favour.  This has
been calcula ted in accordance with Pension Rule       and represents portion of pension due for that period of your service with
the Company in Canada only.  Your cheque will be forwarded direct
to you at the above address each month.
Also enclosed you will find official notification of
the above, and I shall be pleased if you will detach the bottom
portion of thia, sign it, and return it to me.
Your attention is especially directed to Sections
and       of the Pension Rules and Regulations.
If at any time you should change your place of address,
kindly advise me promptly of such change, as well as the Pension
Paymaster, Montreal.
As you will receive a benefit under the United States
Social Security Administration Act, I would appreciate receiving
a copy for my file.  If you submit the original, it will be returned to you as soon as a copy is made in my office.
Yours truly,
Finager,
karine Operations
 VANCOUVER, January 6, 1976 Filet 651
J. Yetea
Mr, A.E. Hilling
Vencouver
Your letter of December 29, 1975, file 026, to the City of Vencouver
License Office, footnote to us forwarding license application fora.
this pump is located on CP. Rail property from which B.C. Coast Service
drew fuel and for which we are billed.
This fecility is elso used by Cesco Terminals for the fueling of ell
their vehicles including fork-lift trucks used et Vencouver Terminal.
This is the first tiee thet the license application has been forwarded
to this office for handling and presuming this is in error, application
is returned herewith.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 DATE:
FILE:    1975.ALA.521.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear oir
We have reserved "PRINCESS PATRICIA" from Vancouver, 6:30 PM (Local Time) to
Skagway and Return - Room(s) Date .
Charges for this accommodation are as follows: -
OPTION DATE    , . RESERVATION (S) WILL REQUIRE TO BE
AUTOMATICALLY CANCELLED IF KEPIY NOT RECEIVED EY OPTION DATE. For U.S.
Immigration at Ketchikan, kindly advise if abovenamed - U.S. CITIZEN or
OTHERWISE.
If acceptable,,  kindly forward remittance payable to  "CANADIAN PACIFIC LTD"
in amount §40.00 per adult.    It may be to your advantage to secure Draft
in "Canadian Funds" based on the current rate, but if essential, you may
remit above in "U.S.FUNDS" based on % PREMIUM/DISCOUNT.    Rate of
Exchange at time of payment will prevail.
Yours very truly,,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
 "REGISTERED"
January 5, 1974
Filet 484435
MoJ||f|fi» **J
-A^ly^Mp^oqer, B.C.CSS"
j!^Jn£|uDermtend^
Ayroi!An lypi^tendinT
J^po^mentaTAnaiy?f
_0fficejMa^ge7~       ,
Accountant
Office of Public Trustee
635 Burrard Street
Vencouver, B.C.
V6C 3L7
Deer Slrst
Re: Estete of SVEIN RANDOLPH SELAND, Deceased September 15, 1975
Your ril« ¥9f  70*545	
with reference to the above, I now enclose Sun Life Assurenee
cheque in the amount of $2,513.35, which includes $13.35 Interest
allowed.
Also enclosed is Form T-5 for income tsx purposes snd original
Certificate of Death, together with other documents forwarded with
your letter of November 10, 1975.
Sun Life are requesting that ws advise the cause of deeth snd would
sppreeiete receiving this information in due course.
Further peyment is subject to receipt of a Provincial Succession
Duty Release, which you will no doubt let us have when it comes to
hand.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 DATE:
FILE: 1975.ALA.521.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear oi:
We have reserved "PRINCESS PATRICIA" from Vancouver, 8:30 PM (Local Time) to
Skagway and Return - Room(s) Date ,
Charges for this accommodation are as follows: -
OPTION DATE . RESERVATION (S) WILL REQUIRE TO BE
AUTOMATICALLY CANCELLED IF REPLY NOT RECEIVED BY OPTION DATE. For U.S.
Immigration at Ketchikan, kindly advise if abovenamed - U.S. CITIZEN or
OTHERWISE.
If acceptable,  kindly forward remittance payable to "CANADIAN PACIFIC LTD"
in amount &40.00 per adult.    It may be to your advantage to secure Draft
in "Canadian Funds" based on the current rate, but if essential, you may
remit above in "U.S.FUNDS" based on % PREMIUM/DISCOUNT.    Rate of
Exchange at time of payment will prevail.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
 January 9, 1976
Files! t$l
T-76-1007-A
western Propeller Division of
John Manly Ltd.
26S0 E. gent .01.y.  .
Vencouver,' B.C.
Dear Sirs:
Reference te our recent telephone conversation ia regerd to
horse-power versus propeller design.
lis require specific informstlon to assist us in s probable design
change ta the propulsion equipment sboerd one ef our vessels, te
give ma a more economical output by reducing the present hares*
power by 9&% sad maintaining an acceptable speed without overload
VMP    wfisaF   mPm mammmw   mmawwmmm* •
lbs vessel's particular* st present are:
* 4-16 cylinder GM645E7 engines each of 2600 s.H.P. st 900 fUP.tt.
-Two engines per shaft driving through a *Lufkin* marine type
*w w w mm-    mse^m^mm*w.*>m*ee jm^s^^m y*mri^*.   ea^» mmmmmmm ' w tr     mmm^^a'm-^^m*     ^mmm^mm*'*a.   ^mjf^a^^^*    mwm*
236 R.P.M.
* Present propeller pitch  10* • 9"
- Present propeller diameter 10* • 8"
* 2*4 bieded 'superston* 70 propellers
* Vessel speed of 18% knots
* Overall length ml vessel 360 fast
* Breadth 66 feet
* Mesa deaft 17 feet
- Gross tons 4352
The question is, what would he tha teletive speed of ths vessel if
ths propeller pitch was altered ia order te sbsorb tha power af eas
»...2
 »   *
DATE:
FILEt 1975.AU. 5a.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear SJ-i'sj -
We have reserved "PRINCESS PATRICIA" from Vancouver, 8i30 FM (Local Time) to
Skagway and Return - Room(s) ,  Date ■
Charges for this accommodation are as follows! -
OPTION DATE RESERVATION^) WILL REQUIRE TO BE
AUTOMATICALLY CANCELLED IF REPIY NOT RECEIVED BY OPTION DATE.
If acceptable, kindly forward remittance payable to "CANADIAN PACIFIC LTD"
in the amount of #40*CO per adult.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
 mm f am January 3, 1976
engine per shaft at full rated horse-power of 2600 end 236
shaft R.P.M. Also, what horse-power would he abaorbed by s
propeller af 9.26 feet pitch sad 10* • 8" diameter st 212 R.P.M.
Further to thie, wast would he the maximum allowable pitch ef e
propeller of 10* - 8" diameter.
1 would he obliged if a east factor could he given to re-pitching
ef e propeller of the shove dimensions snd material sad thank you
is anticipation for an early reply.
Youre truly,
J. YATES,
asp^*a^m^m|^pm 9
B.C.C.S.S.
TK/Jb
 DATE:
FILE:    1975.ALA.5a.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear oir
We have reserved "PRINCESS PATRICIA" from Vancouver, 8:30 PM (Local Time) to
Skagway and Return - Room(s) Date
Charges for this accommodation are as follows: -
OPTION DATE___ . RESERVATION^) WILL REQUIRE TO BE
AUTOMATICALLY CANCELLED IF REPLY NOT RECEIVED BY OPTION DATE. For U.S.
Immigration at Ketchikan, kindly advise if abovenamed - U.S. CITIZEN or
OTHERWISE.
If acceptable, kindly forward remittance payable to "CANADIAN PACIFIC LTD"
in amount $40.00 per adult. It may be to your advantage to secure Draft
in "Canadian Funds" based on the current rate, but if essential, you may
remit above in "U.S.FUNDS" based on       % PREMIUM/DISCOUNT. Rate of
Exchange at time of payment will prevail.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
 VANCOUVER, January 5, 1976 File: 102
J. Ystes
ALL OFFICERS 6 SUPERVISORS
Plsass note the following from Vice-President, Administration,
and be guided accordingly:
"Temporary Advances * * 'A >■■. ■
"In accordance with circular issued November 12, 1974, cash .advances
made to enable employees to meet anticipated outlays for personal
expenses incurred While travelling on Company business should be
accounted for on expense account Fans 140 by the close of the calendar
month in which the expenses axa. incurred. It has come to my attention
that a number of employees sre net following this procedure."
It will now be necessary, therefore, for employees to return to the
Company, immediately upon completion of each business trip, ths
unexpended balance of any cash advance. This money must sot be held
until month end or in anticipation of a forthcoming business trip."
Would you please ensure that all concerned comply with these revised
instructions."
Manager, B.C.C.S.
HLH/ib
 DATE:
FILE! 1975.AU.5a.
ALASKA RESERVATIONS
Dear Sli**: -
We have reserved "PRINCESS PATRICIA" from Vancouver, 8i30 PM (Local Tims) to
Skagway and Return - Room(s) Date ,
Charges for this accommodation are as follows: -
OPTION DATE RESERVATION(s) WILL REQUIRE TO BE
AUTOMATICALLY CANCELLED IF REPLY NOT RECEIVED BY OPTION DATE.
If acceptable, kindly forward remittance payable to "CANADIAN PACIFIC LTD"
in the amount of #40.00 per adult.
Yours very truly,
Manager, B.C. Coast Steamship Services.
 January 2, 1975
File:    228
TO BE INITIALLED AND PASSED ALGNS
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
Asst.  Manager,  B.C.C.S.S.
Marina Superintendent
Suoerintendent Enaineer
Co+»rim Superintendent
Terminal S
'infendcnt
Peoartmen'nl Analyst
Off:-e Manager
Accountant
Chief Inspector
Fsctory & Elevator Inspection Breach
411 Dunsmuir Street
Vancouver 3, B.C.
Deer Sir!
1 ea attaching our applications for 1976 elevator licences
for our '"Princess of Vancouver" end "Princess Patricia."
Covering voucher for $105.00 will he forwarded te yen direct
from our Montreal Office.
DO '' i
Yours truly,
4*  YATBS, ■•
Manager, "v /.-..A:
B.C.C.S.S.
cc: Mr. W.W. Hocking, Vancouver
Please arrange to heve voucher issued to cover.
Mensger, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 \
CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED
Office of the Manager, B.C.C.S. Service
Vancouver, November 3# 1975.
Mr. L.G. Armstrong/ Agent, Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office,
retired on pension effective October 1, 1975.
Effective November 3, 1975, Mr. Jack H. Suzuki is appointed Agent, Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S. Service
 January 2, 1976
Filet 464426
Seafarer's International .{mien
637 Homer Street
Vancouver, B.C.
Able Seaman, D.A. Drew, has requested leave of absence for the
period January 2 te April 1, 1976, for the purpeee of obtaining
a Master (Minor Water) Ticket.
Mr. Drew has now completed more than sits months of service with
this Compeny snd your acquieacence to his rsqusst will ha appreciated.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED
Office of the Manager, B.C.C.S. Service
Vancouver, November 3, 1975.
Mr. L.G. Armstrong, Agent, Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office,
retired on pension effective October 1, 1975.
Effective November 3, 1975, Mr. Jack H. Suzuki is appointed Agent, Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S. Service
 VANCOUVER, January 2, 1975 File: T-75-30-49
J. Yates
Mr. W.W. Ms?tin
Vancouver
Commsrcial trailer Ma. 21 travelled from tfsnslma te Vancouver on
the "Csrrisr Princess ' ea December 3, 1975. Understand s damage
claim will he submitted in the amount of $1,000.00.
CP. driver who removed ths trailer from ear vessel states that the
legs wsre wound out as fer as they would go. Trailer was found ia
our yard with legs heat outward and it is our opinion that this wsa
done by someone who tried to pick up the heavily laden trailer.
The Salvage Association wars called and copy of their preliminary
report is sttaehed together with a copy ef the waybill, we csnnot
st ths present time egree with their remark thet "in consequence ef
Trailer 2*21 being dsmsged ea a voyage from Nanaimo te Vencouver ea
December 3, 1975." 2 sa awaiting report from the ship in this regard.
, B.CCS.S.
cc: Cspt. A.M. Griffith, "Cerrier Princess**
Plssse let me have your report mm soon mm  possible.
Mr. A. McDermott, Montreal
Copy of preliminary report submitted by Ths Sslvsge Association
is sttaehed.
Manager, B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
 CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED
Office of the Manager, B.C.C.S. Service
Vancouver, November 3, 1975.
Mr. L.G. Armstrong, Agent, Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office,
retired on pension effective October 1, 1975.
Effective November 3, 1975, Mr. Jack H. Suzuki is appointed Agent, Vancouver Wharf Ticket Office.
J. YATES
Manager, B.C.C.S. Service
 January 2, 1976
File: T-75-32-13
Kobinhood Sales 4 Service Inc.
2714 Sooke Road    "	
Victoria, B.C. , .
mmim m* h Hb—
Dear Sire:
We ere in receipt of your letter of December 3, 1975, concerning
damage allegedly sustained to Mobile Homsswhile In our bands.
With rsgsrd to Homeo #11104 A/B, a check of our "mobile lot"
inspection sheet for October 2, 1975, shows front panel damaged
on this unit. As this was prior to our handling it is rsgrsttsd
that your claim must hs denied. Copy of our checker's list is
attached.
So far ss Brltsnny #1136 is concerned will appreciate being sdvlssd
the approximate dsts this was shipped snd sny othsr relevant details
in order that ws can leasts our record end give consideration to your
claim.
Yours truly,
J. YATES,
Manager,
B.C.C.S.S.
HLH/jb
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B. Mobile Homes
C. Unaccompanied Vehicles
^includes  automobiles,
panels,  pickups,   jeeps)
D. Heavy Equipment
E. Stage and Motor Coaches
F. Pleasure Boats on Trailers
$.25 per square foot.
(Based on overall length incl. hitch)
Subject to Special Arrangements.
Subject to Special Arrangements•
Subject to Special Arrangements,
$2.25 per lineal foot.

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