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DEPARTMENT OF RAILWA TS AND CANALS iii

1-2 EDWARD VIU A. 1902

Table of per mile Cash Subsidies granted and paid in aid of Railway
Construction, &c — Continvied,



42
48
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67



70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85



Name of Railway.



No.
of miles

built

up to
June 90,

1901.



L'Asfiomption

Lake £ne and Detroit River

Lake TemiBoamingue Colonization . . .

Leamington and Lake St. Clair.

Lotbiniere and M^gantic

Montreal and Sorer(now South Shore

Ry.)

Montreal and Lake Champlain

Montreal and Western

Montreal and Lake Maskinong^

Montreal and Ottawa ...

Montford Colonization

Nakusp and Slocan

New Brunswick and P.E.I ,

New Glasgow Iron and Coal Co

Northern racific Junction

Nova Scotia Central

Ontario, Belmont and Northern

Ontario and Quebec

Orford Mountain

Oshawa Railway and Navigation Co.

Ottawa and Gatineau Valley

tOttawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound.

Parry Sound Colonization

Pontiac and Pacific Junction

tPhillipsburgJunction

Pontiac and Renfrew

Port Arthur, Duluth and Renfrew.

Quebec Central

Quebec and Lake St. John

Quebec, Montmorency and Charlevoix

Shuswap and Okanagan

South Norfolk

68 I St. Catharines and Niagara Central..

St. Clair Frontier lunnel

St. Lawrence and Lower Laurentian.
St. Louis, Richibucto and Buctouche

tSt. Lawrence and Adirondack

Temiscouata

Thousand Island

fTilsonburg, Lake Erie and Pacific

Tobique Valley '...... .

Toronto, Grey and Bruce

tUnited Counties.

Waterloo Junction

Western Counties

West Ontario Pacific

Cap de la Madeleine

tGulf Shore

iSt. Stephen and Milltown

fCoast (of Nova Scotia)



Carried forward 5,872* 46 6,068



On Following Namki> Railways.



No.
of miles
paid^d

pro-
vided

for.



Subsidy paid

and

available at

June 30, 1901.



3-50
84051
45-84
16
30

61-50

83

70

12-90

60



3,731 6413,786 22



3-50
84-06
45-84
16
30

126-67

83

70

12 90

60

33-20

38

35-45

12-45
110

73-50

10

61-25

26-50
7

86
163

47 75

70
7



32



12

110

73

9
61
26

7

54

159-58
47-75
70

7-41

4-25
84-75
74-86
245-85
30
51
17
12

2-23
38 85

7

33-51
112 95

4-33
19-41
27-88

4-58
59
10-25
20
18-75

2 32
16-78

4-64
28-25



4

84
74
245
30
51
17
12

2-23
38-85

7

33-51
112-95

4-33
19-41
27-88

4-58
65
10-25
20
18-75

2-32
16-78

4-64
61



Subsidy paid

to
June 30, 1901.



$ cts.

37,046,993 68

11,200 00

338,731 00

310,335 95

51,200 00

96.000 00

444,357 57
103,600 00
361,270 00

41,280 00
192,000 00
167,440 00
117,760 00
113,440 00

39,840 00

1,320,000 00

235,200 00

30,720 00
196,000 00

84,800 00

22,400 00
384,000 00
779,712 00
152,800 00
331,850 00

23,712 00

13,600 00

271,200 00

348,342 00

1,006,743 60

96,000 00
163,200 00

54,400 00

38,400 00
375,000 00
217,600 00

22,400 00
149,481 60
646,950 00

24,400 00

69,271 48
134,016 00

14,656 00
188,816 00

32,800 00
500,000 00

60,000 00
7,424 00

53,699 20

14,848 00
195,200 00



47,693,989 98



$ cts.

36,554,967 68

11,200 00

338,731 00

310,335 95

51,200 00

96,000 00

213,047 76
108,600 00
361,270 00

41,280 00
192,000 00
167,440 00
117,760 00
Its, 440 00

39,840 00

1,320,000 00

235,200 00

30,720 00
196,000 00

84,800 00

22,400 00
284,128 00
779,712 00
152,800 00
193,578 00

23,712 00

13,600 00

271,200 00

348,342 00

1,006,743 50,

96,000 00
163,200 00

54,400 00

38,400 00
375,000 00
217,600 00

22,400 00
149,481 60
645,960 00

24,400 00

69,271 48
134,016 00

14,656 00
188,816 00

32,800 00
500,000 00

60,000 00
7,424 00

63,699 20

14,848 00

90,400 00



Subsidy paid

to

October 10^

1901.



46,627,810 17



$ cts.

96,654,967 68

11,200 00

338,731 00

310,336 95^

51,200 00-

96,000 00-

213,047 76
103,600 00
361,270 00

41,280 00
192,000 00
167,440 00-
117,760 00
113.440 OO

39,840 00

1,320,000 00

235,200 OO

30,720 00
196,000 00

84,800 OO

22,400 00
284,128 00
779,712 00
152,800 00
193,578 00

23,712 00

l.%600 00

271,200 00

348,342 00

1,006,743 60

96,000 00
163,200 00

54,400 00

38.400 00
375,000 OO
217,600 OO

22,400 00
149,481 60
645,960 00

24,400 00

69,271 48
134,016 Oa

14,656 00
188,816 00

32,800 00
500,000 00

60,000 (xy
7,424 00

53,699 20

14,848 00-

90,400 00



46,627,810 17



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RAIL WA Y SUBSIDIES



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20

Table o£ per mile Cash Subsidies granted and paid in aid of Railway
Oonstraotion, <fec. — Concluded,



J

B

a



S6



89
90
91
92
93
94



96

99
100
101



Nftme of Railway.



On Following Nambd Railways.



No. No.
of miles of miles



built

up to

June 30,

1901.



Brought forward. 5,872 * 46



Graud Trunk

fOttawa and New York

fRestiKouche and Western

tEast Kichelieu Valley..

fPembroke Southern

f Massawippi Valley

fin vemess and Richmond/

fCanadian Northern

tCentral Ontario

95 l+Midland (Nova Scotia)

96 iQuebec Bridge Co

97 -f St. Mary River

Pontiac and Pacific and Ottawa and

Gatineau

t Atlantic and Lake Suderior

fMontreal and Province Line

fYork and Carleton



Total.



Bridge.
53-87
10
21-86
20
1-68



40-96
Bridge.
30

Bridge.

19



6,050-83



Subsidy paid
paid and i and

pro- available at
vided June 30, 1901,
for.



6,068-88

Bridge.

63 87

40

21-86

20
2-50

53
290

21

58
Bridge.

Bridge.
30
19
5-73



6,713-84



$ cts.

47,693.989 98

600,000 00

262,384 00

78,930 00

69,952 00

64,000 00

5,376 00

313,600 00

1,632,000 00

67,200 00

219,350 00

1,000,000 00

75,000 00

212,500 00
96,000 00
60,800 00
18,386 00



52,369,417 98



Subsidy paid

to
June 30, 1901.



6 cts.

46,627,810 17

500,000 00

262,384 00

46,930 00

69,952 00

64,000 00

6,376 00

132,800 00

537,600 00

67,200 00

170,264 00

74,570 00

75,000 00

212,500 00



$48,846,386 17



Subsidy paid

to

October 10,

1901.



$ cts.

46,627,810 17

500,000 00

262,384 00

46,930 00

69,952 00

64,000 00

5,376 00

132.800 00

1,237,570 00

67,200 00

170,264 00

121,000 00

75,000 00

212,500 00
14,800 00
32,000 00
18,336 00



49,657,922 17



tAdd subsidy of used rails as per statement, part iii, page 7, $152,806.20, and Atlantic and North-
western, $2,239,200, less subsidy Canadian Pacific Railway, main line, $25,000,000, and Western Coun-
ties Railway, $500,000, which will then agree with statement of subsidies in part ii, page 47, viz., $26^-
737,891.37.

^Includes the mileage of the North Shore Railway, 160 miles.

tBy 60-61 ViCj cap. 4, 62-63 Vic., cap. 7, 63^^ Vic., cap. 8, and 1 Edward VII cao^, a subsidy was
authorized on certam mileage of this railway, si>ecified in the Act of Parliament, of $3,200 per mile and a
further subsidy beyond the sum of $3,200 per mile, of 50 per cent on so much of the avercige cott of the said
specified mileage subsidized as in excess of $15,000 per mile, such subsidy not exceeding in the whole the
sum of ^,400 per mile.

The amount of certain of the subsidies authorized by Parliament, given in this statement, includes the
determined portion of the subsidies under 60-61 Vic, cap. 4, 62-63 Vic, cap. 7, and 63-64 Vic, cap. 8,
viz. : The amount produced by the $3,200 per mile, but the other portion is now an undetermined amount,
and therefore cannot be shown here.



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DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND CANALS



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1-2-ajWARD VII., A. 1902

The following is the mileage of certain of the Railways shown in thin stasement and subsidized under
60-81 Vic, cap. I, 62-63 Vic, cap. 7, and 68-64 Vic, cap. 8 :—

Miles.

Ottawa, Amprior and Parry Sound 56

Phillipeburg Junction 0*66

St. Lawrence and Adirondack. 13*50

Tilsonburg, lAke Erie and Pacific 3 50

United Counties . 1

Great Northern 44

Gulf Shore 6'50

St Stephen*8 and Milltown 114

Drummond County 4250

Coast (of Nova Scotia) 61

Ottawa and New York 63-87

Restigouch^ and Western 40

East Richelieu Valley 24

Ottawa and Gatineau. 86

Pembroke Southern 40

Massawippi Valley 2*50

Inverness and Richmond 93

Canadian Northern 490

Central Ontario 41

Midland (Nova Scotia) 58

Pontiac Pacific Junction 9

Canada Eastern 2*26

Canadian Pacific (Extension) 70



Statement showing Railways receiving Cash Subsidies of fixed amounts, payable
Annually or Semi-annually for fixed period of years.



No.


Name of Railway.


Miles.
Subsidised.


Amount of Instalment.


Amount

paid up to

June 30,

1900.


1
2


International (Atlantic and North-west)
RaUwayCo

Kingston, Smith's Falls and Ottawa Railway
Co


252
56


$93,300 per \ year for 20years
$3,136 .. 21 ..


2,239,200
Nil.




Total






308


2,239,200



Statement showing railways aided by the Grant of Loans.



No.



Name of Railway.



Amount of

Loans
authorized .



Amount
loaned.



Albert Railway Co I 15,000

Fredericton and St. Marv's Bridge Co 300,000

St. John Bridge and Railway Extension Co | 500,000

I

Total.. j 816,000



$ c.

14.725 fi6
300,000 00
433,400 00



748,625 56



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iii RAIL WA T SUBSIDIES 7

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20

Statement showing Railways subsidized bj the Grant of used Iron Rails valued at th

amount sei& forth.



No.


Name of Railway.


Tone

of

used Rails.


Subsidy

on value of

Rails.


Subsidy

on used Rails

paid.


1
2


Central Railway Co. of New Brunswick

Elg^n, Petitcodiac and Havelock Ry. Co


4,052

2,201

958


$ 0.

83,612 54
44,252 82
24,439 84


$ c.

83,612 64
44,252 82
24,439 84


3


Chatham Branch Railway Co




Total






7,211


152,806 20


152.305 20



Statement showing Railways aided by the Loan of used Iron Rails valued at the

amount set forth.



No.


Name of Railway.


Tons

of

used Rails.


Value

of used Rails

loaned.


Remarks.


1
2


Kent Northern RaUway Co

Halifax Cotton Co


2,549
283
697
726


$ c.

58,334 27

4.285 00

11,964 66

14,665 45


By 61 Victoria, chapter 3,
these used rails will be


3


Steel Company of Canada


granted as a subsidy (the
section of road to be first


4


Albert Railway Company

Total




4,105


89,299 38


weighing not less than 50
lbs. per lin. yard and aft^^r
an 6. C. had been passed
authorizing transfer).







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DEPARTMENT OF RAIL WA Y8 AND CAN A L8 iii

1-2 EDWARD VII., A. 19(^
Statsmbnt showing Railways subsidized by GrantB of Lands.



No.



8
4
5


7

8

9

10

11

12
13

14

15
16

17



Act authorizing
Subsidy.



r48-49Vic.,c.60'i
^5a-61Vic.,c.22y
t 52 Vic., c 2)

52 Via, c. 4\
52 Vic, c. S/'-
SS Vic, c. 4

44 Vic, c 1

53 Vic, c 4

53 Vic, c 4....

r53Vic, c 4\
154 Vic, c 10/ • •

57-58 Vic, c 6....

49 Vic, c 11

48-49 Vic, c 60. .



Alberta Hail way and Coal Co.— Main line,
Dunmore to Lethbridge ^



49 Vic, c 11.



68 Vic, c 4 ....

r54-55Vic,clO\
t48-49Vic,clO/

/48-49Vic,c60\
\50-51Vic,c23/

/52 Vic, c 4\
\54 Vic, c 9/'

57-58 Vic, c 6..



62-63 Vic, c 57..



Name of Railway Company.



Alberta Railway and Coal Co. -From Leth
bridge to the International Boundary. .



Calgary and Edmonton Railway

Canadian Pacific Railway— Main line

C. P. R. — Deloraine and Napinka Branch.
C. P. R.— Glenboro' and Souris Branch. . .

C. P. R.— Kenmay and Estevan Branch . .

C. P. R.— Pipestone Branch...'.

Great North-west Central Railway



Manitoba and North- western Railway-
Main line

Manitoba and North-western Railway-
Branch from Biscarth



Manitoba and South-eastern Railway Co

Manitoba South-western Colonization Co.

'Appelle, Long Jjake and Saskatchewan
' way and Steamboat Co ,



Red Deer Valley Railway and Coal Co. . .
Saskatchewan and Western Railway Co. .



Canadian Northern Railway. .



Mileage
Subsidized.



109-50

64*62
340-00



1801
45-24

156-86

31-30
50 00

430-00

26-00
98-00

218-25

253-96
5600
15-47

1,025-OoJ



2,937-21.



Acres
granted
per Mile.



6,400

6,400
6,400



6,400
6,400

6,400

6,400
6,400

6,400



J,400^

;,oooJ



6,
6,400

6,400

6,400
6,400
6,400



Div.A.,6,400
doB.,12.800
doC, 6,400



Total Area
granted.



700,800

413,568

2,176.000

18,206,966

115,264

289,536

1,008,904

200,320
820,000

2,918,400

627,200
1,396,800

1,625,344

352,000

99,008

I 9,280,000



39,725,130



NoHTE. — By 62-63 Victoria (Session of 1899), chapter 57, the Lake Manitoba Railway and Colonization
Company and the Winnipeg Great Northern Railway were amalgamated under the title of the Canadian
Northern Railway, all the rights of the two companies being vested in the new company.



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1-2 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 A. 1902



No. 3

LIST OF BAILWAY SUBSIDY ACTS PASSED IN EACH YEAR.



Note.— The marginal number oppomte each subsidy has reference to the alphabetical list !n the
Deputy Minister's report showin^r the action taken in cases where a contract for work tias been made with
may company.



By the Acta of Parliament below specified, authority has been placed in the handi
of the Governor in Council to grant, upon certain conditions, aid towards the oonBtmo-
tion of various lines of railway throughout the Dominion, as follows, namely : —
By the Acts of 45 Vic., cap. U, 1882 (Assented to 17th May, 1882) :—
1. For a railway from Gravenhurst to Callander, both in the province of
Ontario, a subsidy not exceeding $6,000 per mile, nor exceeding in
the whole $660,000

3. For a railway from St. Eaymond to Lake St. John, both in the province

of Quebec, a subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor exceeding in

the whole. 384,000

8« For a railway from a point on the Intercolonial Railway at Riviere du
Loup or Riviere Quelle, in the province of Quebec, or between them,
to Edmund stoD, in the province of New Brunswick, a subsidy not
exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor exceeding in the whole 240,000

4. For a railway from Oxford to New Glasgow, both in the province of

Nova Scotia, a subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor exceeding

in the whole 224,000

'< The said subsidies to be granted to such companies as shall be approved by the
Governor in Council as having established, to his satisfaction, their ability to complete
the said railways respectively, within a reasonable time, to be fixed by Order in Council,
and according to descriptions and specifications to be approved by the Governor in
Council on the report of the Minister of Railways and Canals, and specified in an agree-
ment to be made by the company with the Government, and which the Government ;is
empowered to make, and to be payable out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of
Canada, by instalments on the completion of each ten miles of railway, proportionate to
the value of the portion so completed in comparison with the whole work undertaken,
such proportion to be established by the report of the said Minister ; provided always,
that the granting of such bonuses or subsidies shall be subject to such conditions for
securing such running powers or traffic arrangements and other rights as will afford all
reasonable facilities and equal mileage rates to all railways connecting therewith, aa^the
Governor in Council may determine.''

By the special Act 45 Yic, cap. 55, 1882 (Assented to 17th May^ 1882:^^

5. A subsidy authorized in favour of " The Chignecto Marine Transport

Railway Company," provided that they construct and theresiter
maintain and operate a ship railway, to be approved by the Govern-
ment, across the Isthmus of Chignecto, from the Gulf of St. Lawrence

to the Bay of Fundy, per year, for twenty-five years. $150,000

By the Act 46 Vic, cap. 25, 1883 (Assented to 26ih May, 1888) :—
O. To the Baie des Cbaleurs Railway Company, for 100 miles of their rail-
way, from M^tapediac, on the Intercolonial Railway, to Paspebiao,
in the province of Quebec, a subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile,

nor exceeding in the whole 320,000

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1-2 EDWARD Vlln A. 1902

7* To the Caraquet Railway Company, for 36 miles of their railway, fruui
a point near Bathurst to Caraquet^ in the province of New Bruns-
wick, a subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor exceeding in tlie
whole $115,200

8. To the Oatineau Valley RaOway Company, for the first 50-mile section
of their railway, from Hall station, in the province of Quebec, a
subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor exceeding in the whole . . 160,000

O. To the Great American and European Short Line Railway Company, for
80 miles of their railway, from Canso to Louisburg or Sydney, in the
proTinoe of Nova Scotia, a subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile,

nor exceeding in the whole 256,000

lO* To the International Railway Company, for 49 miles of their railway,
from Sherbrooke, in the province of Quebec, to the international
boundary line, a subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor exceed-
ing in the whole 156»800

11. To the Northern and Western Railway Company, for 32 miles of their
railway, from the Intercolonial Railway, near the Miramichi, to
Moran's, near Demphy village, in the province of New Brunswick, a
subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor exceeding in the whole. . 102,400

13. To the Montreal and Western Railway Company, for the first 50-mile

section of their railway, out of St. J^r6me, in the province of Quebec,
a subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor exceeding in the whole. 160,000
18* To the Napanee, Tarn worth and Quebec Railway Company, for 28 miles
of their railway, from Napanee to Tamworth, in the province of
Ontario, a subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor exceeding in
the whole 89,600

14. To the Quebec and Lake St. John Railway Company, for 25 miles of

their railway, from St Raymond to Lake St John, in the province
of Quebec, a subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor exceeding in

the whole 80,000

In addition to the subsidy granted by the Act forty-fifth Victoria, chap-
ter fourteen.

15. For a railway from the International Railway at Petitcodiao to Havelock

Corner, in the province of New Brunswick, 12 miles, a subsidy not

exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor exceeding in the whole 38^400

18. For a railway from Gravenhurst to Callander, 110 miles, a subsidy not

exceeding $6,000 per mile, nor exceeding in the whole 660,000

In addition to the subsidy granted by the Act forty-fifth Victoria, chap-
ter fourteen.

*' The nine subsidies first mentioned to be granted to the companies hereinbefore
named respectively ; and the two subsidies last mentioned to be granted to such com-
panies as shall be approved by the Governor in Council as having established to his satis-
faction their ability to complete the said railways, respectively ; and all the eleven lines
above mentioned, and also the lines of railway in respect of which it is provided by the
Act of forty-fifth Victoria, chapter fourteen, that subsidies may be granted, shall be com-
menced within two years from the first day of July next, and completed within a reason-
able time, not to exceed four years from and after the passing of this Act, to be fixed by
Order in Council, and according to descriptions and specifications to be approved by the
Governor in Council, on the report of the Minister of Railways and Canals, and specified
in an agreement to be made by each company with the Government^ and which the
Government is empowered to make ; and all the said subsidies authorized by this Act,
respectively, to be paid out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of Canada by instalments,
on the completion of each section of not less than ten miles of railway, proportionate to
the value of the portion so completed in comparison with the whole work undertaken,
to be established by the report of the said Mimster ; Provided always, that the granting
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iii BAIL WA Y SUBSIDIES 11

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20

or traffic arrangements and other rights as will afford all reasonable facilities and equal
mileage rates to all railways connecting with those so sub^tidized as the Governor in
Cooncil may determine.**

By the special Act ^6 Yic, cap. 26, 1883 (Assented to 26ik May, 1888) :—

1*7. An advance authorized in favour of the '' St John Bridge and Railway
Extension Company/' to enable them to build a railway bridge
across the River St. John, N.B., with railway connection with the
Intercolonial, such advance to be secured by a mortgage on their
entire property, not to exceed 80 per cent of the expenditure on

the work, nor a total sum of $ 500,000

By the Act 47 Vic., cap. 8, 1884 (Assented to 19 Ih April, 188 i) :—

1& To the (Government of the province of Quebec, in consideration of their
having constructed the railway from Quebec to Ottawa, forming a
connecting line between the Atlantic and Pacific coasts via the
Intercolonial and Canadian Pacific Railways, and being as such
a work of national and not merely provincial utility, a subsidy not
exceeding $6,000 per mile for the portion between Quebec and
Montreal, 159 miles, nor exceeding in the whole 954,000

19. And for the portion between Montreal and Ottawa, 120 miles, $12,0Q0

per mile, nor exceeding in the whole 1,440,000

SO* For the construction of a line of railway connecting Montreal with the
harbours of St. John and Halifax by the shortest and best practi-
cable route, after the report of competent engineers, a subsidy not
exceeding $170,000 per annum, for fifteen years, or a guarantee of
a like sum for a like period as interest on bondis of the company
undertaking the work.

21. For the construction of a line of railway from Oxford station, on the
Intercolonial Railway, to Sydney or Louisburg, a subsidy not ex-
ceeding $30,000 per annum for fifteen years or a guarantee of a like
sum for a like period as interact on the bonds of the company under-
taking the work, in addition to the subsidies previously granted,
and also a lease or transfer to such company of the Eastern Exten-
sion Railway, from New Glasgow to Canso, with its present equip-
ment.

38. To the Quebec Central Railway Company, for a line of railway from
Beauce Junction to the international boundary line, a subsidy not
exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor exceeding in the whole , 211,200

88* For the extension of the Canadian Pacific Railway, from its terminus
at St. Martin's Junction, near Montreal, or some other point on the
Canadian Pacific Railway, to the harbour of Quebec, in such manner
as may be approved by the €k>vemor in Council, a subsidy not
exceeding $6,000 per mile, nor exceeding in the whole 960,000

34. To the Irondale, Bancroft and Ottawa Railway Company, for a line of
railway from the Victoria branch of the Midland Railway to the vil-
lage of Bancroft, in the township of Dungannon, county of
Hastings, a subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor exceeding
in the whole 160,000

28. To the Pontiac Pacific Junction Railway, for a line of railway from
Hull or Aylmer to Pembroke, provided the Ottawa River is
crossed at some point not east of Lapasse, a subsidy not exceeding
$3,200 per mile, nor exceeding in the whole 272,000

SO. To the Gatineau Railway Company, for a line of railway from E^zua-
bazua to Le D^ert, a subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor
exceeding in the whole 160,000

27* To theNapanee, Tarn worth and Quebec Railway Company, for a line of
railway from Tamworth to Bogart and Bridgewater, a subsidy not
exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor exceeding in the whole 70,400



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8& To the Montreal and Western Railwaj Company, for a line of railway
from the eAd of the line Bubsidized in the now last session of Parlia-
ment^ towards Le D^rt^ a subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile,
nor exceeding in the whole $160,000

SO. To the Northern and Western Railway Company, for a line of railway
from Fredericton to the Miramichi River, a subsidy not exceeding
$3,200 per mile, nor exceeding in the whole (instead ef the subsidy
proposed in 1883) 128,000

50. To the Erie and Huron Railway Company, for a line of railway from

Wallaceburg to Samia, a subsidy not exceeding $3,200 per mile, nor



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