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Canada Gazette
Volume I, No. 52


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The Canada Gazette.


PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


OTTAWA, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1868.



CANADA.

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Militia General Orders.



HEAD QUARTERS,

Ottawa, 19th June, 1868

General Orders,


VOLUNTEER MILITIA.


No. 1.

Officers Commanding Corps and Battalions are requested to read publicly on the first parade of their Corps or Battalions after the receipt of this Order, the following extract from the existing Volunteer Militia Law.

"The Volunteer Force and every officer and man belonging to it, shall be subject to the Queen's Regulations and Orders for the Army, and shall from the time of being called out for actual service, and also during the period of annual drill prescribed by this Act or by any Act amending the same, or by any Order of the Commander in Chief, under the authority thereof, and also during the continuance of any drill or parade of his corps at which he shall be present, be subject to the Rules and Articles of War, and to the Act for punishing mutiny and desertion, and all other laws then applicable to Her Majesty's Troops in this Province, and not inconsistent with this Act."


No. 2.

SERVICE MILITIA.
Province of Ontario.

The Oshawa Grammar School Drill Association.

A Drill Association is hereby authorized at Oshawa, in the Regimental Division of Ontario, under the Command of Lt.-Col. Fairbanks, to be composed of the masters and pupils of the Oshawa County Grammar School, and to be styled the Oshawa Grammar School Drill Association.

By Command of His Excellency of the Right Honorable the Governor General and Commander in Chief.

P. L. MacDOUGALL, Colonel,
Adjutant General of Militia,

Canada.



Proclamations.



CANADA.

MONCK.

VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United-Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, &c., &c., &c.

To all to whom these presents shall come, and whom they may in anywise concern—Greeting.

J. A. Macdonald,
Minister of Justice.
 Whereas it is, by an Act passed in the Parliament of Canada, in the thirty-first year of Her Majesty's Reign, intituled: "An Act relating to Quarantine and Public Health," amongst other things, in effect enacted that the Governor Council may, from time to time, make such regulations lie thinks proper, concerning, (amongst other matters) the entry or departure of Boats or Vessels at the different ports or places in Canada, and concerning the landing of passengers or cargoes from such Boats or Vessels, or the receiving of Passengers or cargoes on board of the same as may be thought best calculated to preserve the Public Health; and that the pauper state and condition in which Immigrants are frequently landed at Quebec, destitute of any means of providing the necessaries of life, or of transport to other parts of Canada, or so landed with the object of procuring through charity such necessaries of life and transport to territory beyond the Dominion, is detrimental to the Public Health in Canada, and is calculated to promote the introduction, or dissemination, of disease into or in Canada.

And Whereas Our Governor in Council hath been pleased to make, under the authority and in pursuance of the said above in part recited Act, certain regulations, that is to say:

1. That upon the arrival of any immigrant or Passenger, Sailing or Steam Vessel, at the Port of Quebec, the Inspecting that Physician at port shall have power, and it shall be his duty, to make enquiry of any Immigrant or Immigrants as to the means in his, her or their possession for providing upon landing the necessaries of life and for disbursing all sums necessary for the transport of them and their families to their point of destination ; and such Inspecting Physician, if satisfied that such Immigrant or Immigrants is or are not a Pauper or Paupers, but in possession of sufficient money, for the purposes herein mentioned, may grant a permit to the same to land, provided that all the provisions of any statute and all other regulations in force under the Act hereinbefore recited or any Proclamation thereof be complied with. And no Immigrant or Immigrants as to whom such enquiry shall be made shall be allowed to depart from the said Vessel, without such permit.

2. If upon any such enquiry the Inspecting Physician shall see fit to refuse a permit, it shall be his duty to cause the said Vessel to return to, or remain and be detained at the mouth of River St. Charles, and the Master of such Vessel shall be his duty to cause the said Vessel to return to, or remain and be detained at the mouth of River St. Charles, and the Master of such Vessel shall not allow the Immigrant or Immigrants in respect of whom the permit has been refused, to land in any part of Canada, or to depart from the Vessel, but he shall keep such Immigrant or Immigrants on board the same and transport them therein on the departure of the said Vessel, from Quebec, unless the Inspecting Physician shall subsequently see fit to grant such permit.

3. Any Master, Officer or Seaman of a Vessel, who shall allow the departure of any Immigrant or Immigrants without such permit, and any person who shall aid, assist or connive at the landing of any Immigrant without such permit or who shall contravene, either by commission or omission any of the foregoing Regulations, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding $400 in any case, and the offender may be imprisoned until the same is paid.

4. The Inspecting Physician shall report to the Collector of Customs at the Port, the case of any Vessel, in which have arrived any Immigrant or Immigrants, to whom such permit has been refused, and no Vessel shall be entered or cleared at any Custom House, until these regulations have been complied with.

Now Know ye and we do hereby command and enjoin upon all our loving subjects, that they do take notice of and obey the said Regulations so much as herein set forth and govern themselves accordingly.

In Testimony Whereof, We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent, and the Great Seal of Canada to be hereunto affixed : Witness, Our Right Trusty and Well Beloved Cousin the Right Honorable Charles Stanley Viscount Monck, Baron Monck of Ballytrammon, in the County of Wexford, in the Peerage of Ireland, and Baron Monck of Ballytrammon, in the County of Wexford, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Governor General of Canada, &c., &c., &c. At Our Government House, in Our CITY of OTTAWA, this NINETEENTH day of JUNE, in the year of Our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, and in the Thirty-first year of Our Reign.

By Command,

HECTOR. L. LANGEVIN, Secretary of State.


CANADA.

By His Excellency the Right Honorable Charles Stanley Viscount Monck, Baron Monck of Ballytrammon, in the County of Wexford, in the Peerage of Ireland, and Baron Monck of Ballytrammon, in the County of Wexford, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Governor General of Canada, &c., &c., &c.
To all to whom these presents shall come, and whom they may in anywise concern—Greeting :

J. A. Macdonald,
Minister of Justice.
 Whereas by Royal Proclamation dated at Windsor Castle on the 22nd day of May, in the year of Our Lord 1867, Her Most Gracious Majesty did ordain, declare, and command, that on and after the 1st day of July, 1867, the Provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick should form and be one Dominion under the name of Canada ;

And Whereas the Anniversary of the formation of the Dominion of Canada falls upon Wednesday, the 1st day of July next ensuing ;

And Whereas it is meet and proper that the said Anniversary should be observed and kept ;

Now Know Ye, that I, Charles Stanley Viscount Monck, Governor General of Canada, do hereby proclaim and appoint WEDNESDAY, the FIRST day of JULY next, as the day on which the Anniversary of the formation of the Dominion a Canada be duly celebrated. And I do hereby enjoin and call upon all Her Majesty's loving subjects throughout Canada to join in the due and proper celebration of the said Anniversary on the said FIRST day of JULY next.

Given under my Hand and Seal at Arms, at the Government House, in the CITY of OTTAWA, in the said Dominion, this TWENTIETH day of JUNE, in the year of Our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, and in the thirty-first year of her Majesty's Reign.

MONCK.

By Command,

HECTOR. L. L ANGEVIN,
Secretary of State.


Parliamentary Notices.




NOTICE.

Parliament House,

Ottawa, 2nd January, 1868.

53. All applications for Private Bills, properly the subjects of legislation by the Parliament of Canada, within the purview of "The British North America Act, 1867," whether for the erection of a Bridge, the making of a Railroad, Turnpike Road, or Telegraph Line; the construction or improvement of a Harbour, Canal, Lock, Dam, or Slide, or other like work ithe granting of a right of Ferry; the incorporation of any particular Trade or calling, or of any Banking or other joint stock Company: or otherwise for granting to any individual or individuals any exclusive or peculiar rights or privileges whatever, or for doing any matter or thing which in its operation would affect the rights orproperty of other parties, or relate to any particular class of the community; or for making any amendment of a like nature to any former Act,—shall require a Notice, clearly and distinctly specifying the nature and object of the application, to be published as follows, viz:

In the Province of Quebec—A notice inserted in the Official Gazette, in the English and French languages, and in one newspaper in the English and one newspaper in the French language, in the District affected, or in both languages if there be but one paper ; or if there be no paper published therein, then (in both languages) in the Official Gazette, and in a paper published in an adjoining District.

In any other Province—A notice inserted in the Official Gazette, and in one newspaper published in the County, or Union of Counties, affected, or if there be no paper published therein, then in a newspaper in the next nearest County in which a newspaper is published.

Such notices shall be continued in each case for a period of at least two months during the interval of time between the close of the next preceeding Session and the consideration of the petition.

54. Before any Petition praying for leave to bring in a Private Bill for the erection of a Toll Bridge, is presented to the House, the person or persons intending to petition for such Bill, shall, upon giving the notice prescribed by the preceding Rule, also, at the same time, and in the same manner, give notice of the rates which they intend to ask, the extent of the privilege, the height of the arches, the interval between the abutments or piers for the passage of rafts and vessels. and mentioning also whether they intend to erect a drawbridge or not, and the dimensions of the same.

J. F. TAYLOR,

Clk. Senate.

WM. B. LINDSAY,

Clk. of the House of Commons.




OFFICE OF THE SENATE,

Ottawa, 13th January, 1868.

Extracts from the Code of Rules of the Senate of Canada.


BILLS OF DIVORCE.


71. Every Applicant for a Bill of Divorce is required to give notice of his intention so to do, and to specify from whom and for what cause, by advertisement, during six months in the Official Gazette, and in two newspapers published in the District, in Quebec, or County, or Union of Counties in the other Provinces, where such applicant usually resided, at the time of the separation, or if the requisite numbers of papers cannot be found therein, then in the adjoining District, or County, or Union of Counties.

72. A Copy of the Notice, in writing, is to be served, at the instance of the Applicant, upon the person from whom the Divorce is sought, if the residence of such person can be ascertained ; and proof on oath of such service, or of the attempts made to effect it, to the satisfaction of the Senate, is to be adduced before the Senate on the reading of the Petition.

(Attest,)

J. F. TAYLOR,

Clerk Senate.




Government Notices.




Customs Department,

Ottawa, 19th June, 1868.

AUTHORIZED discount on American Invoices until further notice: 28 per cent.

R. S. M. BOUCHETTE,

Commissioner of Customs.

The above is the only notice to appear in newspapers authorized to copy.



FREE BANK RETURN


STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES

Of the Bank of British North America, in as far as it is carried on under the Free Banking Act, 22nd Victoria, Cap. 55, (Con. Stat.,) for the month of APRIL, 1868.

Liabilities—Being Notes under $4, in circulation.

$78,252

Assets—Debentures deposited with the Receiver General

$315,300


JOHN LANGTON,

Auditor.

F. G. SCOTT, Registrar.

Finance Department,
Ottawa, 15th May, 1868.




RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS
for the month of May 1868.

NAMES OF THE RAILWAYS. Passengers. Mails
and
sundries.
Freight. Total
1868.
Total
1867.
Miles in
opera-
tion.
1868.
Miles in
opera-
tion.
1867.
$ $ $ $ $
Great Western Railway.
138,036 15,573 206,521 360,130 335,508 349¾ 349¾
Grand Trunk Railway.
216,713 25,200 404,911 646,824 566,932 1,377 1,377
London and Port Stanley Railway.
1,820 128 1,694 3,642 3,723 25 25
Welland Railway.
1,150 1,258 8 10,793 6,362 25 25
Norther RAilway.
14,921 2,701 55,049 74,671 64,940 97 97
Port Hope, Lindsay and Beaverton Railway and Peterborough Branch.
3,222 247 23,804 27,273 21,968 56 56
Cobourg, Peterborough and Marmora Railway.
94
3,773 3,867
22 22
Brockville and Ottawa Railway.
3,511 260 12,785 16,556 11,746 86 86
St. Lawrence and Ottawa Railway.
5,572 1,496 3,195 10,263 8,542 54 54
Carillon and Grenville Railway.*







Stanstead, Shefford and Chambly Railway.*







St. Lawrence and Industry Railway.*







New Brunswick and Canada Railway.
1,147
9,952 11,099 8,528 107 88
European and North American Railway.*
5,830 406 8,636 14,872 14,783 108 108
Nova Scotia Railway.*







  Total.






* No Returns.

JOHN LANGTON, Auditor.

Audit Office, Ottawa, 19th June, 1868.





GOVERNMENT HOUSE, OTTAWA,

Saturday, 30th day of May, 1868.

PRESENT:
HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL IN COUNCIL.

 ON the recommendation of the Honorable the Minister of Inland Revenue, and under and in virtue of the authority given by the Act passed in the late Session of the Parliament of Canada, 31 Vic. Cap. 8, intituled: "An Act respecting the Inland Revenue."

His Excellency in Council has been pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered, that the following Regulations respecting the removal of Spirits from any Distillery in which they have been manufactured, or from any Warehouse in which they have been bonded or stored, shall be and they are hereby made and established.

WM. H. LEE,
 Clerk Privy Council.


REGULATIONS.

1. Permits for the removal of Spirits from any Distillery, or from any Warehouse wherein they have been bonded or stored, may be granted on the application of the owner of such Spirits or of his duly authorized Agent, by the Collector or the Deputy Collector a Inland Revenue for the Inland Revenue Division in which the Spirits then are.

2. Every application for such a permit shall state:

(a) The number and description of the packager in which the Spirits are contained.
(b) The marks and numbers on each of the packages.
(c) The quantity, in Wine gallons, in each package, and its strength.
(d) The equivalent, in Wine gallons, of the strength of proof.
(e) The place wherein it is then stored.
(f) The place to which it is to be removed.
(g) The conveyance by which thc removal is to be made.
(h) Whether the duty has been paid, and, if not, how secured.
(i) The time at which it is to be removed.
(j) The name, occupation and place of business of the owner.
(k) The name, place of business and occupation of the person into whose possession the Spirits is to be transferred, and
(l) The name of the person or corporation in whose custody it will be during its removal.

3. Every application for a permit shall be made on a printed form, provided by the Department of Inland Revenue, and shall be signed by the person making it.

4. Every permit granted shall be on the printed forms supplied by the Department of Inland Revenue, which forms shall be printed on paper especially prepared for the purpose, with such type or engravings as may be approved by the Minister of Inland Revenue.

5. Every permit shall state the period for which it is to remain in force, which period shall not be more than will, in the opinion of the officer granting it, be sufficient for effecting the removal of the Spirits to which it relates.

6. The Permit shall accompany the Spirits to which it relates, and remain in possession of the person having charge thereof, but it shall be produced for examination as often as may be required by any officer having authority thereto, and it shall be delivered to the Collector, or Deputy Collector of Inland Revenue, for the Inland Revenue Division into Which the spirits are to be removed, or wherein they are removed from one place to another, within the period mentioned in the permit.

7. Every Endorsation of the examination of any permit shall be made on the back thereof, and every permit shall be defaced by writing the word " Cancelled " across the face of it on the expiration of the period for which it has been granted.

8. Permits shall not be granted for the removal of spirits unless the packages in which they are contained, have been marked and numbered in conformity with the warehousing Regulations approved on the 27th day of April 1863, nor unless the applications for such permits are made in the form, and filled in with all the particulars required by any departmental regulations in that behalf.




GOVERNMENT HOUSE, OTTAWA,

Saturday, 30th day of May, 1868.

PRESENT:
HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL IN COUNCIL.

 On the recommendation of the Honorable the Minister of Inland Revenue, and under and in virtue of the authority given by the 17th section of the Act 31 Vic. cap. 8, intituled: "An Act respecting the Inland Revenue," His Excellency in Council has been pleased to order, And it is hereby Ordered, that the following Regulations for the manufacture in Bond of the goods therein enumerated, and the issuing of Bonded Manufacturing Licenses, shall be and they are hereby made and established.

WM. H. LEE,
 Clerk Privy Council.


REGULATIONS.

1. That the subject to the provisions of the Act above cited, to these Regulations, and to such further Regulations as may hereafter be made by compotent authority, Licenses may be granted to manufacture in Bond the articles herein enumerated, viz:—

Extracts,
Essences,
Perfumed Spirits,
Ethers,
Chloroform, Collodion,
Tinctures, Cordials, Bitters,
Syrups,
Compounding of Brandies,
Gin, (commonly called Old Tom,) other Gins and Scotch and Irish Whiskeys,
Proprietary preparations,
Patent Medicines,
Resinoids,
Chemicals,
Pharmaceutical preparations,
Analine Dyes,
Hair Oils,
Hair Washes,
Powders,
Vinegar and Acids,
Varnish, using only Methylated Spirits.

2. That Alcohol used for the manufacture of Spirit Varnish, shall be mixed with wood naptha (of commerce) in the proportion of one gallon of wood naptha to eight gallons of proof spirits, such mixing to be done under such superintendence as the Minister of Inland Revenue may from time to time approve.

3. That all Tinctures, Essences, Extracts and Cordials, manufactured in Bond, and from which, the Alcohol or Spirit can be extracted in a potable state, by the usual process of re-distillation or rectification, shall, when entered for consumption, pay the same duty of Excise as the Alcohol or Spirit which they contain would pay if entered for consumption in its pure state.

4. That Extracts, Essences, Tinctures and Cordials manufactured in Bond shall only be entered, for consumption at the following places, viz:—

Quebec, Toronto,
Kingston, London,
Hamilton, Halifax,
Montreal, St. John, N. Brunswick.

And when so entered shall be subjected to such tests for ascertaining the quantity of Alcohol which they contain and the possibility of extracting it in a potable state, as the Honorable the Minister of Inland Revenue may approve, and the result of such tests as declared by the Officer or operator trusted therewith shall be final and conclusive, as to the amount of duty which such goods shall pay.

5. That any Bonded Manufactory licensed under the above recited Act, may be closed and the License forfeited whenever it is shown to the satisfaction of the Minister of Inland Revenue that there is just cause for believing that frauds upon the Revenue are perpetrated in connection with such Manufactory.

6. That in addition to the License fee named in the Act above cited, every person to whom a "Bonded Manufacturing License" is granted, shall pay to the Collector of Inland Revenue, in monthly instalments, such sums of money as shall be sufficient for the payment of the expenses incurred by the Inland Revenue Department for the effective supervision of the Manufactures carried on under such License, and for taking account of the dutiable articles consumed in such Manufacture, and of the articles produced therefrom. And the maximum sum to be so paid by the party aforesaid, shall, from time to time, be determined by the Minister of Inland Revenue, as he may deem necessary, and shall, as nearly as may be, be in proportion to the magnitude and general character of the business carried on under such License.

7. That Goods manufactured in Bond shall be removed from the apartments of the Manufactory, wherein they are manufactured, as soon as the whole process of manufacture is completed, and shall then be placed in apartments or store-rooms set apart for that purpose, wherein they shall be bonded in the manner required by the Excise Bonding Regulations made by Order in Council, dated the 27th day of April, 1868; and they shall be dealt with, in respect of their subsequent removal, exportation or entry for consumption, in accordance with the said Regulations.


GOVERNMENT HOUSE, OTTAWA,

Saturday, 30th day of May, 1868.

PRESENT:
HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL IN COUNCIL.

 On the recommendation of the Honorable the Minister of Inland Revenue, and under and in virtue of the authority given by tie Act passed during the late session of the Parliament of Canada, 31st Vic. Cap. 50, intituled : "An Act to increase the Excise Duty on Spirits, to impose an Excise Duty on Refined Petroleum, and to provide for the Inspection thereof," His Excellency in Council has been pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered, that the following Regulations respecting the Inspection and Branding of Petroleum, shall be and they are hereby made and established.

WM. H. LEE,

 Clerk Privy Council.


REGULATIONS.

Inland Revenue Act, 1868, Sec. 17.1st. Refined Petroleum shall be tested by Taglibues Pyrometer or by such other similar Instrument as may be approved by the Minister of Inland Revenue and all such Instruments shall be distributed under the Supervision of the Department of Inland Revenue, and shall be used in accordance with instructions sanctioned by the said Department.

Sec. 12.2. Refined Petroleum which was on the 22nd of May 1868, in possession of parties who were not Refiners, may be allowed to pass inspection provided it bears a fire test of one hundred degrees of Fahrenheit Thermometer, without giving off vapour that will explode, or ignite on the application of fire.

Sec. 17.3. All Barrels, Casks or Packages containing Petroleum which has been inspected shall be branded with

The date of the Inspection.
The name of the Inspecting Officer.
The degree of heat at which the vapour produced by it ignited.
The name of the refiner, or if imported the name of the importer.

4. Refined Petroleum may be warehoused and removed in Bond under the regulations made by an Order in Council on the 27th day of April, 1868.




GOVERNMENT HOUSE, OTTAWA,

Saturday, 30th day of May, 1868.

PRESENT:
HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL IN COUNCIL.

ON the recommendation of the Honorable the Minister of Inland Revenue, and under the authority given by the Act passed in the late Session of the Parliament of Canada, 31 Vic. Cap. 8, intituled: "An Act respecting the Inland Revenue," and by the "Act respecting Raw Tobacco," 31 Vic. Cap. 51.

His Excellency in Council has been pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered, that the following Regulations respecting the granting of Licenses and Permits to Tobacco Dealers, shall be and they are hereby made and established.

WM. H. LEE,
 Clerk Privy Council.


REGULATIONS.

1st. Licenses to deal in Raw Leaf Tobacco and to enter the same ex-warehouse for consumption on payment of duty, may be granted by any of the undermentioned Officers on application being made hr the proper form, namely:

All Collectors and deputy Collectors of Inland Revenue.

Such Postmasters, not exceeding one in each Parish, Township or Municipality wherein there is no Officer of Inland Revenue, as may be from time to time appointed by the Minister of Inland Revenue.

2nd. Application for a License shall be made in such form, and shall contain such information as may be required by departmental regulations, and shall also state the name, place of residence and occupation of the person applying.

3rd. A License shall only be valid when granted on a form supplied by the Department of Inland Revenue, and signed by the Commissioner; and any License may be forfeited by the Minister of Inland Revenue whenever he has satisfactory evidence that the person to whom it is granted has evaded or assisted in evading the payment of any duty to which Tobacco is liable, or that he has failed to comply with these Regulations or any part thereof.

4th. Permits to take Raw Leaf Tobacco out of Bond or from the farm or premises where it was grown, for consumption, may be granted by the officers and persons hereby authorized to issue Licenses, on application being made in the form approved by the Department, and payment of the duty to which the Tobacco would be liable if manufactured, that is to say: 31 Vic. Cap. 51 sec. 4.
31 Vic. Cap. 8, sec. 31.
on Raw Leaf Tobacco the growth of Canada, five cents per pound, being the duty to which it would be liable if manufactured into Common Canada Twist, and on Raw Leaf Tobacco not the growth of Canada, ten cents per pound.

5th. Every Permit shall be valid only when the form supplied by the Department of Inland Revenue and signed by the person issuing it—And every such Permit shall be delivered to and retained by the Importer or grower of the Tobacco as evidence that the Tobacco to which it relates was lawfully removed, and the said permit shall be produced by him whenever demanded by any Officer of Inland Revenue for the purpose of taking an account thereof.

6. All persons issuing Licenses or Permits under these Regulations or who receive any duty on Raw Leaf Tobacco entered for consumption, shall transmit all money so rcceived to the Receiver General at least once in each week or oftener should the amount collected in one week exceed fifty dollars, and they shall account to the Department of Inland Revenue in such manner, at such times and in such form as may be from time to time determined by Departmental Regulations in that behalf.

7. All persons licensed to deal in Raw Leaf Tobacco shall keep an account of all that they receive sell or otherwise dispose of in such form as may be prescribed by Departmental Regulations.

LIST OF PENSIONS, GRATUITIES and AMOUNTS FOR MEDICAL SERVICES, authorized to be paid.

No.
A.G.O.
NAME. Rank. Corps. Nature of the Case. Pension
per
annum.
Gratui-
ties.
Medical
attend-
ance.
REMARKS.
1st Pensions. $ cts. $ cts. $ cts.
3 A. E. Marchand Private St. John's Troop of Cavalry Died, June 3, 1867, from disease contracted on service, in March 1866 110 — Payable to widow.
6 A. W. Stevenson  do Brockville Rifle Company. Permanent disability occasioned by injury of the leg. 110 — From July 1, 1865.
8 W. J. Cox Corporal 1st "Pr. of Wales" V.R. Regt. Died from disease contracted in June 1866 110 — 16 — From June 9, 1866, to date of death.
9 J. Thorburn Serjeant  "  "  "  "  " 150 — 20 — From Jan. 1, 1867, payable to widow.
16 P. T. Worthington Captain Windsor Provisional Battalion Died in Dec., 1867, of inflammation of lungs contracted in June 1866 400 — 20 50 1 ½ years pension payable to widow.
"  "  "  "  "  "  "  "  " 378 — For widow and children.
19 J. H. Elliott Corporal Sarnia Provisional Battalion. Died, May 23, 1866, of typhoid fever 130 — For widow & 2 children from May 24, 1866.
44 George Prentice Captain Columbus Infantry Company Died, August 5, 1867, from disease contracted in June 1866. 400 — For widow and children.
2nd Gratuities.
4 W. Fairbairn Bombardier London Field Battery Rheumatism causing 6 weeks loss of time from June 1866 31 50 42 days at 75 cents.
5 K. Goodman Captain New Hamburgh Inf. Comp. Disease contracted in May 1866 400 — 81 58 *Per ann. since May 18, '66, subject to reexamination on close of current (3d) year.
7 A. McQuaid Drummer 1st "Pr. of Wales" V. R. Reg. Died of disease contracted in June 1866 110 — 15 50
11 Arthur Reed Private 2nd "Queen's Own" V. R. Died in Februry 1867, from disease contracted in June 1866 200 — Payable to his sister, Mrs. Yeats.
12 J. Armitage Corporal 7th Battalion, London Disease contracted in May 1866 200 — 88 50
13 C. Houseman Private 8th Battalion, V. R., Quebec 7 weeks loss of time from disease contracted in March 1866 31 50 142 days at 75 cents.
14 A. A. Macdonald Serjeant 15th Battalion, Belleville Sore eyes from effects of cold, contracted in June 1866. 100 —
15 F. Paquette Private 18th Battalion Partial loss of one leg from injury thereto. 110 —
17 W. Piper Serjeant 26th  " Loss of time from disease contracted in March '66 200 — 35 —
18 P. Hodgkinson Private 26th  " 6 weeks loss of time from inflammation of the lungs, occasioned in June 1866 21 — 25 — 42 days at 50 cents.
20 W. Duffin  " 26th  " Died, 23rd May, 1866, of typhoid fever contracted in that month 60 — 30 — Gratuity to be paid to father.
21 Janvier dit Courvignon  " No. 1 Co., Three Rivers Inf. 12 months loss time, from brain fever taken in June, 1866 110 — 26 —
22 Jacob Mott  " Royal Light Infantry Death accelerated by frontier service. 100 — Payable to his widow.
23 J. G. Powell  " No. 3 Com. 13th Battalion Wounded in engagement at Lime Ridge 100 — Second Gratuity.
24 Mrs. Clermont Accidentally wounded by discharge of rifle of a volunteer, returning from frontier service 60 — 70 —* * In full of Doctor's claim.
25 David Kelly Private 16th Battalion, Vol. Infantry 26 days loss of time from disease contracted on active service in June 1866 20 — 6 —
26 Charles Mitchell  "  "  " 62 days  "  "  " 46 50 12 —
27 Thomas Doran  "  "  " 31 days  "  "  " 23 25 7 — * 75 cents per day.
28 Edward Moss  "  "  " 3 months  "  "  " 69 75 14 50
29 John Brown  "  "  " 1 month  "  "  " 23 25 3 —
30 Henry Scott  "  "  " Injury to leg, arising from carelessness 10 — 3 —
31 David Reynolds Serjeant  "  " 6 weeks loss of time from disease contracted on active service in June 1866 42 — 20 — 42 days at $1 per day.
32 James Savage Private  "  " 2 months  "  "  "  " 46 50 10 — 62 days at 75 cents per day.
33 Elon Allan Corporal  "  " 4 months  "  "  "  " 92 25 50 — 123 days at 75 cents.
34 James Cowan Private  "  " 6 months  "  "  "  " 136 50 22 75 182 days at 75 cents.
35 Thomas C. Canniff  "  "  " 6 weeks  "  "  "  " 31 50 9 75 42 days at 75 cents.
39 Andrew Cousins  " Argenteuil Rangers. Died from the effects of frontier service 200 — 28 — Half to father and half to sister.
40 William Curran  " 11th Battalion,  " 6 months loss of time occasioned by disease contracted on active service in June 1866 136 50 12 — 182 days at 75 cents.
42 Warner Uberhorst  " 28th  " Disease contracted on active service 30 —
43 Thomas E. Lockie  " "Queen's Own" Died of disease contracted at Ridgway 200 — Payable to widow.
47 George A. Clark  " No. 1 Company, 32d Battalion Disability from disease contracted on active service 110 25 38 25 147 days at 75 cents.
48 Jackson Jones  " 35th Battalion Died of consumption, contracted on active service 115 —* 22 — *Payable to Major McKenzie, Barrie.
49 William O'Brien Serjeant 29th  " Died  "  "  " 228 50* 45 75 *Payable to father.
50 William Keenan Private 42nd  " Loss of time occasioned by sickness contracted on active service 50 — 50 70
51 William A. Sheriff  " 42nd  "  "  "  "  " 100 — 33 75
52 Joshua English Serjeant 7th  "  "  "  "  " 354 — 33 — 472 days at 75 cents.
53 Robert Davidson Bombardier Hamilton Field Battery  "  "  "  " 423 — 60 — 564 days at 75 cents.
54 Charles Piper Private Sarnia Frontier Battalion Died of disease contracted on active service 100 — Payable to father.
10 J. T. Sanders Paym. Serjeant 1st Western Service Battalion Loss of time, occasioned by injury 200—* 60 — *Payable to Paymaster Leys.
55 Bartholomew Macdonald Private Thorold Volunteer Company. Shot, being taken by mistake for a Fenian 800 — Payable to widow.


DEPARTMENT OF MILITIA AND DEFENCE,
Ottawa, 1st June, 1868.

N. B.—The reproduction of the above list in any newspaper is not authorized.

STATEMENT OF BANKS ACTING UNDER CHARTER, FOR THE MONTH ENDING 31st MAY, 1868.

ACCORDING TO THE RECODS FURNISHED BY THEM TO THE AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.

NAME OF BANK. CAPITAL. LIABILITIES.
Capital authorized by Act. Capital paid up. Promissory notes in circulation not bearing interest. Balances due to other Banks. Cash deposits not bearing Interest. Cash deposits bearing Interest. TOTAL LIABILITIES.
Ontario and Quebec. $     cts. $     cts. $     cts. $     cts. $     cts. $     cts. $     cts.
Bank of Montreal. 6,000,000.00 6,000,000.00 396,270.00 607,353.81 6,685,320.10 5,643,219.07 13,323,07.98
Quebec Bank 3,000,000.00 1,477,450.00 427,325.00 35,829.48 553,786.77 702,374.48 1,746,335.53
City Bank 1,200,000.00 1,200,000.00 286,161.00 29,798.23 495,555.72 667,692.86 1,479,207.81
Gore Bank 1,000,000.00 809,280.00 290,684.00 46,359.11 255,323.69 296,839.76 889,156.56
Bank of British North America 4,866,666.00 4,866,666.00 932,003.00 14,355.00 1,110,095.00 2,349,095.00 4,395,518.00
Banque du Peuple 1,600,000.00 1,600,000.00 69,371.00 2,165.68 312,163.35 180,246.27 563,946.30
Niagara District Bank 400,000.00 305,013.08 119,446.00 64,228.24 137,198.47 83,548.80 404,421.51
Molsons Bank 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 96,452.00 116,987.96 216,704.60 453,044.96 883,189.52
Bank of Toronto 2,000,000.00 800,000.00 760,118.00 65,337.04 265,479.86 1,188,978.88 2,279,915.78
Ontario Bank 2,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 1,078,462.00 178,617.08 997,244.44 861,197.71 3,115,521.23
Eastern Townships Bank 400,000.00 400,000.00 104,795.00 6,721.61 48,577.53 74,991.85 235,077.99
Banque Nationale. 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 112,760.00 146,166.16 114,525.75 203,724.59 567,276.50
Banque Jacques-Cartier 1,000,000.00 977,535.00 83,115.00 38,581.98 205,175.05 512,355.71 839,227.74
Merchants Bank 6,000,000.00 2,873,290.92 593,623.00 325,156.74 744,509.65 1,322,534.89 2,985,824.28
Royal Canadian Bank 2,000,000.00 1,064,725.00 1,133,586.00 8,213.43 597,070.95 775,080.91 2,513,951.29
Union Bank of L. C. 2,000,000.00 920,210.97 81,899.00 311,900.10 208,874.58 127,835.66 730,509.34
Mechanics Bank 1,000,000.00 263,330.00
21.95 101,413.89 89,256.85 190,692.69
Canadian Bank of Commerce 1,000,000.00 904,799.00 693,389.00 45,185.77 560,047.91 587,927.97 1,886,450.65


Nova Scotia.
Bank of Yarmouth






Merchants Bank






People's Bank






Union Bank of Halifax 1,000,000.00 400,000.00 101,640.00 15,664.45 194,076.80 343,443.00 654,824.25
Bank of Nova Scotia








New Brunswick.
Bank of New Brunswick 600,000.00 600,000.00 378,101.50 84,105.45 410,750.34 627,802.20 1,500,759.49
Commercial Bank






St. Stephens Bank 200,000.00 200,000.00 203,889.00 5,416.74 10,566.90 33,520.62 252,393.26
People's Bank






Total Liabilities 39,266.666.00 29,662,299.97 7,977,039.50 6,138,178.81 14,224,471.35 17,115,583.04 41,455,272.70
NAME OF BANK. ASSETS.
Coin, Bullion and Provincial Notes. Landed or other Property of the Bank. Government Securities. Promissory Notes or Bills of other Banks. Balances due from other Banks. Notes and Bills discounted. Other debts due to the Bank not included under the foregoing heads. TOTAL ASSETS.
Ontario and Quebec. $     cts. $     cts. $     cts. $     cts. $     cts. $     cts. $     cts. $     cts.
Bank of Montreal 2,686,253.24 350,000.00 3,911,493.33 384,367.75 852,617.82 12,790,340.90 356,244.07 21,331,317.11
Quebec Bank 367,971.29 89,405.53 148,433.33 55,345.66 107,206.11 2,287,138.11 288,220.99 3,343,718.02
City Bank 291,676.32 38,923.52 158,939.99 60,347.42 36,641.22 2,120,822.80 134,223.75 2,841,575.02
Gore Bank 212,894.14 84,348.50 82,733.33 152,058.54 20,990.67 1,027,253.80 213,016.90 1,793,297.88
Bank of British North America 868,933.00 243,333.00 781,573.00 165,437.00 33,774.00 5,894,246.00 194,818.00 8,182,114.00
Banque du Peuple 147,045.35 50,882.99 160,364.44 37,717.52 27,874.04 1,874,679.24 55,057.23 2,353,620.81
Niagara District Bank 55,885.62 12,879.72 46,720.00 6,662.02 50,914.18 517,775.94 51,312.82 742,125.30
Molsons Bank 234,842.87 90,195.65 107,553.32 67,114.35 46,540.81 1,298,533.89 230,001.24 2,076,782.13
Bank of Toronto 514,764.41 47,064.14 99,280.00 71,301.19 72,559.01 2,616,343.35 26,982.62 3,448,294.72
Ontario Bank 619,350.62 156,489.97 206,892.69 127,327.76 149,515.39 6,089,209.35 119,996.61 5,468,782.39
Eastern Townships Bank 41,533.80 8,000.00 68,033.33 30,622.42 53,810.76 490,285.18 5,000.00 697,285.49
Banque Nationale 173,758.24 23,518.00 138,763.33 63,397.72 35,153.22 1,209,993.27 19,844.18 1,664,427.96
Banque Jacques-Cartier 80,328.66
101,226.67 26,758.66 17,288.32 1,727,241.73
1,952,844.04
Merchants Bank 478,606.86 354,420.65 528,966.67 269,277.52 389,441.33 2,609,541.25 2,063,669.26 6,693,923.54
Royal Canadian Bank 566,696.15
139,066.66 135,769.51 220,097.60 2,669,472.63 75,602.11 3,796,704.66
Union Bank of L. C. 125,549.91
87,273.33 83,986.11 93,125.40 1,336,658.07
1,726,592.82
Mechanics Bank 48,548.63 34,308.19
33,548.99 2,602.13 335,969.18 10,831.26 468,808.38
Canadian Bank of Commerce 732,546.55 21,419.93 92,500.00 68,667.92 150,603.03 1,804,504.22
2,870,241.65


Nova Scotia.
Bank of Yarmouth







Merchants Bank







People's Bank







Union Bank of Halifax 143,195.94 24,000.00 83,000 00 11,737.00 36,852.02 761,398.89 69,718.08 1,129,901.93
Bank of Nova Scotia









New Brunswick.
Bank of New Brunswick 280,516.73 15,564.45
30,464.00 99,424.67 1,854,214.13 86,984.74 2,367,168.72
Commercial Bank







St. Stephens Bank 28,110.50 4,494. 00
50,141.23 5,645.82 347,398.73 96.605.00 532,395.28
People's Bank







Total Assets 8,688,985.83 1,649,248.24 6,942,813.42 1,634,050.29 2,505,674.55 49,663,020.66 4,098,128.86 75,481,921.85

JOHN LANGTON, Auditor.

Audit Office, Ottawa, June, 1868.



Applications to Parliament.



NOTICE is hereby given that application will be made to the Parliament of the Dominion of Canada, at the session thereof, next after the expiration of six months from the date of this notice, by Margaret Elliott, of the town of Ingersoll, in the county of Oxford, for a Bill of Divorce from her husband, Noah Elliott, on the grounds of adultery, cruelty and desertion.

BROWN & WELLS.

Solicitors for Applicant.

67-26

Ingersoll, 25th March, 1868.

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