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SCHEDULE B. Sums granted to Her Majesty by this Act for the Financial Year ending

30th June, 1898, and the purposes for which they are granted.

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7,000 00
5,600 00
8,000 00
6,100 00
5,600 00
3,900 00
4,200 00

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Montreal. do

Halifax. do

St. John do

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Winnipeg do

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Victoria do

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Charlottetown..
Country Savings Banks, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward

Island :
Salaries

Contingencies...
Commission for payment of interest on Public Debt, purchase of Sinking

Funds and transfer of stock.
Brokerage on purchase for Sinking Fund
English bill stamps, postage, telegramıs, etc..
Expenses in connection with the issue and redemption of Dominion notes.
Printing Dominion notes
Printing, advertising, inspection, expressage and miscellaneous charges
including commutation of stamp duty

CIVIL GOVERNMENT.

8,050 00
1,600 00

34,500 00
5,800 00
5,000 00
5,000 00
35,000 00

15,000 00

150,650 00

Governor General's Secretary's Office.... $ 11,150 00
For the reorganization of the office by the promo-

tion of a second and third class clerk to a
first and second class clerkship respectively. 250 00

$ 11,400 00 Office of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada

Including $1,800 to F. K. Bennetts, $1,600 to S. Lulièvre, $1,100 to F. Chadwick, $800 to G. G. Kezar, $700 to H. W. Lothrop and $500 to L. Burns, which may be paid notwithsianding anything in the Civil Service Act..

..$ 29,700 00 Error in estimating salary of one second ciass clerk....

25 00 Error in estimating salary of one third class clerk 25 00 Salary of extra messenger, other than those who

have passed the civil service examination, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Ser: vice Act

365 00

30,115 00 Department of Justice-Including $4,000 for the

Deputy of the Minister of Justice and $600 allowance to the Private Secretary of the Solicitor General, notwithstanding anything, in the Civil Service Act.

.$ 24,850 00 Penitentiaries Branch.

3,150 00 Increase for G. L. B. Fraser, chief clerk, at the rate of $50 per annum...

25 00 Increase for R. F. Harris, third class clerk, at the rate of $50 per annum.

50 00 Error in estimating salary of messenger....

30 00

28,105 00

69,620 00

Carried forward......

150,650 00

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Department of Public Printing and Stationery....

29,100 0) Department of the Interior - Including $2,000 to provide for

the promotion of T. G. Rothwell and $1,900 for the promotion of K. J. Henry to chief cle ships, $1,500 for the promotion of P. G. Keyes to a first class clerkship, and $850 for the salary of James Dunnet, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act....

104,814 00 Office of the Controller of the North-west Mounted Police... 10,350 00 Department of Indian Affairs-Including, not

withstanding anything in the Civil Service Act, $2,000 to provide for the promotion of J. D. McLean as chief clerk and secretary, and a similar sum for a law clerk to be appointed.

$ 45,090 00 Salary for messenger, James Kearns, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act. 330 00

45,420 00

Office of the Auditor General.

$ 27,100 00 To continue the services of a messenger, John

Pender, for 6 months from 1st July, 1897.. 250 00

27,350 00

Department of Finance

50,460 00 Department of Customs..

38,600 00 Department of Inland Revenue-Including $600 to A. Clément,

the Private Secretary of the Controller, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act..

37,440 00 Post Office Department ..

. $194,962 50 Arrears of salary, from 1st January to 30th June,

1897, due B. M. Armstrong, being the differ: ence between the pay received by him as a first class clerk in the Toronto post office, and his

salary as Controller of the railway mail service 500 00 To rectify error as regards certain salaries which

were increased on the 1st October, 1896.... 257 50 Henry Knauf, of the Dead Letter Branch, for tech

nical services as translator of the German and Norse languages, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act.

200 00 Addition of $150 each to the salaries of A. Lindsay

and W. Sioith, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act....

300 00

196,220 00 Carried forward..

689,524 00

150,650 00

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$689,524 00 CIVIL GOVERNMENT--Continued. Department of Agriculture..

. $ 49,242 50 John Leafloor, the difference between $300 per

annum and $400 per annum, notwithstanding
anything in the Civil Service Act...

100 00 Salary of one third class clerk, $645, reduced to $300 300 00 Gratuity, notwithstanding anything in the Civil

Service Act, to T. B. Bassett, third class clerk,
whose services were dispensed with.....

315 00

49,957 50 Department of Marine and Fisheries-Including

$1,800 to W. J. Stewart, $1,700 to Cameron
Stanton, and $800 to E. H. Gilbert, notwith-

standing anything in the Civil Service Act. .$55,780 00 Deficiency in salary of J. T. Fraser

18 75

55,798 75 Department of Public Works-Including $1,000 to

W. C. Des Brisay, notwithstanding anything in
the Civil Service Act.

. $ 48,600 00 William Keys in full for insertion of a sketch with

illustrations concerning history, jurisdiction,
transactions, etc., of the Department of Public
Works, in the book published by hin, under the
title of “ ' Capital and Labour ;" order given
prior to 30th June, 1896..

245 00

48,845 00 Department of Railways and Canals-Including

$2,000 to L. Shannon and $1,800 to J. E. W.
Currier, notwithstanding anything in the Civil
Service Act...

39,230 00 Department of the Geological Survey.

$50,525 00 Short-estimated for salaries of Messrs. Dowling and Senecal, $37.50 each.....

75 00

50,600 00 Department of Trade and Commerce..

9,500 00 Office of the High Commissioner for Canada in London-Salaries..

.$ 9,150 00 Contingencies, rent and insurance on office, in.

tax, fuel, light, stationery, etc.,
and the amount ($2,000) required towards
the contingent expenses (water, light, fuel,
carriage hire and railway fare) of the High
Commissioner, and $1,200 for contingencies
(rates, taxes, insurance, ground rent, etc.) of
the official residence, including the income
tax on the High Coinmissioner's salary ... 11,200 00

20,350 00 Post Office Department Officers of the Savings

Bank Branch engaged in the balancing of and computing interest on depositors' accounts, to 30th June, 1897

2,850 00 Salaries of Examiners and other expenses under

the Civil Service Act, including $250 for the secretary and $100 for a clerk, which sums may be paid to members of the Civil Service, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Ser: vice Act ...,

2,450 00

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5,500 00

5,000 00

Department of the Secretary of Stato,
Clerical and other assistance

$ 1,900 00 Printing and stationery.

2,000 00 Sundries....

1,600 00 Department of Printing and Stationery-Clerical and other assistance

$ 2,000 00 Printing and stationery.

1,200 00 Sundries.

1,800 00
Department of the Interior-
Clerical and other assistance, including $700

for J. A. Bollard and $395 for T. W.
Hodgins, notwithstanding anything in
the Civil Service Act..

$ 2,895 00 Printing and stationery.

8,500 00 Sundries

7,000 00 Department of Indian AffairsClerical and other assistance

$ 1,300 00 Printing and stationery.

3,050 00 Sundries...

3,000 00 Office of the Auditor GeneralClerical and other assistance...

$ 2,500 00 Printing and stationery

1,250 00 Sundries.....

450 00

18,395 00

7,350 00

4,200 00

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6,800 00

Carried forward..

84,945 00

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Miscellaneous expenditure, including North-west Territories. $ 37,000 00
Salary of two Judges, District Court of Montreal, at $3,000.. 6,000 00
Travelling expenses of Judges in the North-west Territories. 3,000 00
Circuit allowances, British Columbia..

10,000 00
Travelling allowances, Court of Queen's Bench, and County
Court Judges, Manitoba....

2,500 00 Carried forward.

58,500 00

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