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21. No sunk salmon nets or diver salmon nets shall be used in salmon rivers, or the
estuaries or approaches to such river in British Columbia.

22. Salmon gill-net licenses shall be valid in any of the waters of British Columbia
in which such nets are legal for the taking of salmon; but no ficensee shall fish under such
license in any fishery inspector's district other than the district in which it was issued until
such license has beoi endorsed by the fishery inspector of the district.

23. No nets of any kind shiUl be so used as to indose any bay, cove, creek or inlet;
but in all cases one-third of the width of such bay, cove, creek or inlet shall remain open and
unobstructed for the passage' of fish.

• 24. Nets for the taking of fish are entirely prohibited in the fresh water lakes and the
non-tidal waters of British Columbia.

25. The use of bare, unbaited hooks or grapnek (crosslines) for the taking of sturgeon
is prohibited.

26. The export of fresh dams or other edible shell-fish, other than oysters, from the
province of British Columbia, is prohibited, provided they may be shipped to any province
of the Dominion of Canada.

27. No salmon under three pounds in weight shall be taken by means of nets in British
Columbia, and if taken shall be returned to Uie water alive.

28. No trout under ei^t inches in length shall be taken in the waters of British
Columbia, and if taken, shall be returned to the water alive.

29. No trout under three pounds in weight shall be bought, sold or exposed for sale
in the province of British Cdumfaia.

30. The introduction of non-indigenous, or non-native, fish alive into the waters of
British Columbia, except by q>edal permission of the Minister of Marine and fisheries,
is prohibited.



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31. Fishing limit — ^Wcstminster bridge, Fraaer river.

No person shall fish for sockeye salmon above New Westminster bridge on the Fraser
river, unless under authority of a special license, which shall be issued only to British sub-
jects actually resident on either side of the Fraser river above, that is east of, the New West-
minster bridge ; such license to bear conspicuously stamped across its face the words: "This
license valid between Westminster bridge and Mission bridge.'*

Close Tdiks.

32. Weekly.

Salmon.

(a) From Saturday six a.m. to Sunday at twelve midnight, in all the waters of British
Columbia south of the 51st parallel of north latitude, and in the waters of the %eena river
and estuary north of the limit named, salmon fishing with nets is strictly prohibited; but
salmon traps located west of Gonzales point, Vancouver island, are excluded from this
prohibition; provided that in the years 1908, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1914, 1915 and 1916, known
as *' small run" years or "off" years, this weekly close time shall be six hours longer, viz.:
from Saturday six a.m., to Monday six a.m., in that part of Fraser river between New West-
minster bridge and Mission bridge.

(6) From Saturday at twelve noon to Sunday at twelve midnight, in all the waters oi
British Columbia north of the 51st parallel north latitude, but exduding the Skeena river
and estuary, salmon fishing with nets is prohibited.

(c) From Friday six p.m. to Sunday six a.m. following, fishing with salmon traps west
of Gonzales point, near Victoria, Vancouver island, is prohibited.

33. Annual:

Between 30th November and 30th June following, both days inclusive, or during such
dose times and dose seasons as are otherwise prohibited, no gill-nets for salmon having a
mesh less than seven inches, extension measure, shall be permitted.

From 25th August to 15th September, both days indusive, no salmon nets of any kind
shall be used in the Fraser river district.

34. Annual for spawning salmon.

The taking of spring salmon or quinnat and of sockeye salmon from 1st October to
15th November, both days inclusive, is prohibited; the taking of ooho, dark salmon and
humpback salmon from 15th November to 1st January foUowing, both days indusive,
is prohibited.

35. Annual for other spawning fish.

The taking of steel-heads from 15th November to 25th March following, both days
indusive, is prohibited in non-tidal waters; but in tidal waters from 1st January to 25th
March, both days inclusive.

The taking of trout of all kinds is prohibited from 15th November to 25th March
following, excepting in the waters of the interior of the province of British Columbia, east
of parallel 120 west longitude, where the taking of trout of all kinds from 15th November
to 1st May following is prohibited.

The taking of herring from 1st March to 30th April, both days indusive, is prohibited;
but the dose season may commence at an earlier date under authority of the district inspector
of fisheries in any locality in which that officer may dedde that such prohibition is necessary
in order to protect spawning herring.

The taking of halibut from 1st March to 31st March, both days inclusive, is prohibited.

36. Tidal boundaries in rivers.

The tidal boundaries in the rivers spedfied below shall be defined as follows: —
(a) Fraser river: a line coinciding with Mission bridge.



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(b) Skeena river: a line drawn from tBe island north of Balmoral cannery to Rocky
point on the opposite or north bank of the river.

(c) Naas river: a line drawn across the river from Rocky point to a projecting point
on the c^poaite bank of aaid river immediately above Fishery bay.

(d) Cowichan river: a line drawn from Serpentine point to Cowichan head.

(e) Rivers inlet: a line drawn from the DeviFs slide to a point on the opposite shore
marked by a post bearing a white flag, placed there by authority of the district fishery inspec-
tor during the fishing season.

PROHiBrrED Areas.

37. Fishing by means of nets of any kind or description is prohibited in

(a) The waters of Victoria harbour, inside of an imaginaiy line from Macaulay point
to Clover point, and embracing all the waters of the harbour to Victoria arm, and including
the inlet;

(6) The waters of Nanaimo harbour and Departure bay adjacent thereto; provided,
however, that herring gill-nets are permitted in Nanaimo harbour and Departure bay.

Government Brands — Salmon.

38. Every case or package of salmon packed in British Columbia, which is determined
by an inspector of fisheries, or persons duly authorized, to be of the best grade, shall bear
a Government stamp, consisting of a crown with the words "British Columbia*' underneath,
if the packers of such canned salmon apply for authority to affix this brand.

The branding shall be carried out under the following conditions: —

(a) The Government shall supply an official stamp or stendl to approved applicants;

(6) Authorized persons in the employ of such applicants shall alone use the stamp
for branding cases;

(c) All official stamps and stencils shall be returned to the Department of Marine and
Fisheries at Ottawa, with an official form properly filled in, certifying that the stamp has
been used only for marking cases of salmon of the best grade, atad by a person duly authorized
by the canner, and stating the number of cases stamped.

Herring.

39. Barrels or packages of cured herring, which shall be determined by the district
inspector 6f fisheries or other authorized officer to be of the proper grade, shall bear an official
Grovernment stamp, if application be duly made by the packers thereof, under the following
conditions: —

(a) The stamp or brand, consisting of a cro^n surmounting a maple leaf, shall be
sanctioned by the Grovemment for branding barrels or packages of Canadian cured herring
of the right standard;

(6) the barrels, half-barrels, or other packages, made in accordance with the Dominion
Fisheries' Bulletin of 1906, and detailed on page seven of the said BuUetin, shall be branded
by fishery officers, or authorized persons, on application; and provided that the cured her-
ring are of the right standard;

(c) the brand shall not be affixed by such officers to herring which, on examination,
are found to be not of good quality, or to be torn or broken; and such herring must have
been gutted with the proper knife, and cured and packed within twenty-fcur hours after
being caught;

(d) standard herring, in order to be entitled to be branded shall be "full" or " matje "
herring, and shall be gutted, roused, packed and pickled as set forth in the Dominion
Fisheries' Bulletin of 1906, before mentioned:



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(#) the branding shaU be affixed to the packages of herring only, of which at least seven
per cent have been examined by a duly authorised officer; sudi examination shall be alter-
nate* that is, the first barrel shall be opened at the head-end, the second barrel at the bottom,
and so on, until the requisite number of barrels have been examined. Pidded herring not
up to the standard shall not be branded.

PHOHIBrriON OF EXPOBT.

40. (a) Salmon: No sockeye salmon shall be exported from the Dominion of Canada,
coDoept in a frosen, canned, salted, smoked or cured condition.

(b) Herring: The export is prohilnted of fresh herring from British Columbia, or of
herring which have been preserved in salt for a period of less than nine days, or of herring
of any kind intended for curing, canning or otherwise preserving, or converting into guano,
fish fertiKzer, or oil, outnde or beyond the boundaries of the Dominion of Canada : Provided
always that fresh herring taken in gill-nets in the waters of British Columbia may be exported
in a fresh, unsalted condition for immediate consumption, and the onus of proof that such
fish so exported were taken by gill-net shall rest on the possessor or possessors of such fish.

Vide Canada Gazette, vol. xli., p. 3209.



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Department of Public Works.



Department of Public Works.

By Order in Council of the 15th of February, 1908, the tariff of tolls as
therein set forth to be charged by the Upper Ottawa Improvement Company,
limited, for the use of their works during the season of 1908| was approved.

Vide Canada GazeUe, vol. xli., pp. 2312, 2441.



By Order in Council of the 25th of February, 1908, the tariff of tolls, as
therein set forth, proposed to be levied by the Rouge Boom Company, of Calu-
met, Quebec, for the use of their works during the season of 1908, was approved.

Vide Canada GazeUe, vol. xli., p. 2376.



By Order in Council of the 2nd of May, 1908, the tariff of tolls, as therein
set forth, proposed to be levied by the French River Boom Company, during
the season of 1908, was approved with certain restrictiona.

Vide Canada OazeUe, vol. xU., p. 2971.



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Department of Railways and Canals.



Department of Railways and Oanals.

By Order in Council of the 2l8t of May, 1908, in virtue of the provisions
of chapter 36 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906, intituled The Govern-
ment Railways Act, revised regulations, as set forth, being '^ General Instructions
to employees of the Passenger Department of the Intercolonial and Prince
Edward Island Railways," were established and adopted on the Government
Railways of Canada.

Vide Supplement, Canada Gazette, June 27, 1908.



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Department of the Secretary of State.

By Proclamation dated 15th April, 1907, under the provisions of section
108 of the Revised Statutes, 1906, chapter 16, intituled An Act respecting the
Civil Service of Canada, owing to the change in the fiscal year the date of
printing the list called the Civil Service List of Canada, of all persons
employed in the several Departments of the Government of Canada, together
with those employed in the two Houses of Parliament upon the first day of
July next preceding, was changed to the first day of April.

Vide Canada Gazette, vol. xl., p. 2528.



By Order in Council of the 26th of September, 1907, the Order in Council
of 15th October, 1881, which brought The Canada Temperance Act into force in
the county of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, was revoked, and the second part of
the said Act was declared to be no longer in force in the said county of Cape
Breton, from and after the date of the publication of this Order in Council.

Vide Canada GazettCj vol. xli., p. 858.



By Order in Coimcil of the 27th of May, 1908, the Order in Council of 3rd
April, 1882, which brought The Canada Temperance Act into force in the county
of Inverness, Nova Scotia, was revoked and the second part of the said Act was
declared to be no longer in force in the said county of Inverness from and after
the date of the publication of this Order in Council.

Vide Canada GazeUe, vol. xli., p. 3099.



Letters patent have been issued, as dated below, incorporating the follow-
ing companies, and notices thereof have been published in volumes xl. and xli,
(1st April, 1907, to 30th June, 1908) of the Canada GazeUe at the pages stated: —

PAGE.

Acropole Dairy and Confectioner}' Co., capital $20,000, 14th August, 1907 376

A. F. McLaien Cheese Cutting Machine Co., capital $60,000, 12th November, 1907. 1245

Ahem Safe Co., capital $75,000, 1st October, 1907 863

A. J. White & Co., capital $5,000, 28th August, 1907 499

A. Klepstein & Co., capital $20,000, 22nd June, 1908 3358

A. L. Pacaud, Limited, capital $250,000, 21st February, 1908 2254

A. McKim, Limited, capital $200,000, 14th May, 1907 2720

American Silk Waist Manufacturing Co., capital $49,900, 8th October, 1907.. 925



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Arbetter Felling Machine Co., capital $150,000, 8th June, 1908 . , 3218

Argenteuil Lumber Co., capital $90,000, 12th July, 1907 64

Artistic Co. of Quebec, limited, capital $20,000, 24th March, 1908 2574

Atlantic Shipping Co., capital $12,200, 30th August, 1907 662

AOas Publishing Co., capital $20,000, 25th April, 1907 2534

Automatic Sprinklers, limited, capital $100,000, 19th April, 1907 2483

Auto-Strop Safety Bazor Co., capital $20,000, 21st November, 1907 1313

Bathurst Lumber Co., capital $100,000, 14th November, 1907 1245

Battle Island Transportation Co., capital $18,000, 25th April, 1907 2533

Beaver Elevator Co., capital $99,000, 8th August, 1907 317

Belleville Iron and Horseshoe Co., capital $10,000, 13th December, 1907 1520

Benallack Lithographing and Printing Co., capital $400,000, 23rd January, 1908.. . 1929

Benson Lumber Truck Co., capital $20,000, 16th August, 1907 378

Bermuda Companies, capital $100,000, 29th May, 1908 3103

Best Steel Casting Co., capital $299,000, 22nd July, 1907 195

Beulac, Limitee, capital $20,000, 18th September, 1907 735

Blue Pills Co., capital $20,000, 24th October, 1907 1043

Boston Asbestos Co., capital $300,000, 18th October, 1907 982

Bottle Exchange Co. of Canada, capital $20,000, 16th August, 1907 377

B. Plow & Co., capital $20,000, 6th March, 1908. 2385

Braley Drug Co., capital $75,000, 23rd January, 1908 1931

Brazeau-McLeod Bituminous Coal Co., capital $250,000, 16th January, 1908 1844

Brent Inventions, Limited, capital $500,000, 27th December, 1907 1649

Bricanam Remedy Co., name changed to Mothersill Remedy Co., 17th May, 1907. . 2719

British-Canadian Asbestos Co., capital $1,000,000, 22nd May, 1908 3039

Buckingham Rapid Trannt Co.. capital $20,000, 4th May, 1908 2920

Burchard Lumber Co., capital $100,000, I5th April, 1908 2747

Burrow, Stewart and Milne Co., capital increased to $500,000, 16th August, 1907.. 375

Buaness Properties, name changed to Cuba Properties, Limited, 8th June, 1908. . 3218

Caf^ Burgess, Limited, capital $5,000, 23rd July, 1907 195

Caguas Tramway Co., capital $250,000, 26th April, 1907 2534

Caledonia Springs Co., capital $200,000, 30th May, 1907 2859

Calkins Tile and Mosaic Co., capital $20,000, 20th September, 1907 737

Campbell Shoe Co., capital $190,000, 23rd June, 1908 3357

Canada-Bahama Fruit and Development Co., capital $300,000, 10th May, 1907 2653

Canada Construction and Dredging Co,, capital $60,000, 28th June, 1907 3176

Canada Carbog Co., capital $1,000,000, 5th April, 1907 2337

Canada Hide and Wool Co., capital $200,000, 1st August, 1907 256

Canada Iron Corporation, Limited, capital $8,000,000, 5th June, 1908 3157

Canada Loose Leaf Co., capital $20,000, 25th April, 1907 2533

Capital increased to $49,000, 27lh December, 1907 1648

Canada Maple Exchange, Limited, capital $40,000, 5th July, 1907 9

Canada Office Furniture Co., capital $35,000, 2nd May, 1907 2593

Canada Piano Co., capital $20,000, 23rd June, 1908.. .* 3358

Canada Stove and Furniture Co., capital $75,000, 20th March, 1908 2521

Canada Tag and I^bel Co., capital $49,000, 5th December, 1907 1454

Canada Tool Co., capital $20,000, 14th November, 1907 1244

Canada West Cotd and Coke Co., name changed to Canada West Coal Co., 13th

September, 1907 662

Capital increased to $2,400,000, Ist June, 1908 3154



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Canadian Appraisal Co., name changed to Canadian Appraisal and Audit Co., 27th

September, 1907 794

Canadian Canoe Co., capital increased to $20,000, 19th December, 1907 1585

Canadian Coloured Marbles, limited, capital $375,000, 14th November, 1907 1245

Canadian Concrete Machinery Co., capital $20,000, 30th October, 1907 1107

Canadian Condensing Co., capiUl $50,000, 21st August, 1907 434

Canadian Crocker^Wheeler Co., capital $250,000, 14th February, 1908 2180

Canadian Directory of Building Supplies, Limited, capital $40,000, 3rd June, 1908. 3155

Canadian Distilleries, Limited, capital $1,000,000, 12th July, 1907 65

Canadian General Electric Co., capital increased to $8,000,000, 23rd August, 1907. . 433

Canadian General Electric Co., by-law No. 37, 8th November, 1907 1174

Canadian General Mining Co., capital $300,000, 31st May, 1907 2862

Canadian Gypsum Co., capital $20,000, 6th September, 1907 579

Canadian Holland Gin Distillery Co., capital $190,000, 6th September, 1907 579

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville Co., capital $50,000, 27th May, 1908 3102

Canadian Instrument and Testing Co., capital $20,000, 24th April, 1908 2806

Canadian Lake Transportation Co., capital $100,000, 12th April, 1907 2410

Canadian Lithographic Stone Co., capital $500,000, 5th July, 1907 9

Canadian Logging Tool Co., capital $15,000, 29th May, 1907 2858

Canadian Mexican Development Co., capital $1,000,000, 9th October, 1907 925

Canadian Northem System Terminals, Limited, capital $2,000,000, 20th September,

1907 737, 1174

Canadian Northem Townsite Co., capital $250,000, 14th August, 1907 376

Canadian Packing Co., capital $599,000, 28th January, 1908 2016

Canadian Pharmacal Co., capital $100,000, 14th June, 1907 3014

Canadian Polished Stone, Brick and Tile Co., capital $1,000,000, 2nd May, 1907. . 2590

Canadian Railway and Contractors Supply Co., capital $100,000, 26th July, 1907.. 197

Canadian Resort and Development Co., capital $49,000, 22nd January, 1908 1930

Canadian Steel Products Co., capital $40,000, 16th April, 19C8 2748

Canadian Stewart Co., capital $100,000, 6th March, 1908 2386

Canadian Theatre Co., capital $250,000, 12th June, 1907 3013

Canadian Thermos Bottle Co., capital $300,000, 18th September, 1907 ! . 735

Capital Blend Tea Co., capital $100,000, 13th September, 1907 661

Capital Construction Co., capital $95,000, 2nd January, 1908 1710

Camefac Stock Food Co., capital $200,000, 5th July, 1907 13

Car Scale Co., capital $100,000, 19th July, 1907. . .' 134

Castle Blend Tea Co., capital $100,000, 21st June, 1907 3103

Central Saskatchewan Land Co., capital $300,000, 31st May, 1907 2860

Champlain Hotel Co., capital $99,900, 26th April, 1907 2536

Champlain Realty Co., capital $20,000, 15th May, 1908 2980

Chaudierc Basin Power Co., capital $150,000, 7th February, 1908 2102

Charles F. Dawson, Limited, capital $100,000, 30th April, 1907 2592

Charles T. White & Son, Limited, capital $100,000, 24th October, 1907 1041

C. H. Catelli Co., capitel $260,000, 31st January, 1908 2016

C. H. Lepage Co., capital $45,000, 13th May, 1908 :. . . 2979

Churchill Development Co., capital $20,000, 6th March, 1908 2386

City and District Realty Co., capital $49,000, 30th October, 1907 1107

Cockshutt Flow Co., capital increased to $3,000,000, and powers extended, 17th May,

1907 2719

Cole's Automatic Brick Manufacturing Co., capital $100,000, 7th January, 1908. . . 1772

Colonial Chemical Co., capital $20,000, 2nd May, 1907 2589



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Colonial Lumber Co., capital increased to $349,000, 6th April, 1908 2689

Colonial Novelty Manufacturing Co., capital $5,000, 3id June, 1908 3155

Collingwood Meat Co., name changed to CoUingw'ood Packing Co., 18th October,

1907 980

Compagnie des Tourbi^res de St-Ther^se, capital $20,000, 26th March, 1908 2575

Coniagas Reduction Co., capital $250,000, 15th April, 1908 2746

Consolidated Lithographing and Manufacturing Co., capital $250,000, 24th

December, 1907 1649

Consolidated Optical Co., capital $350,000, 24th December, 1907 1649

Consolidated Realty Co., capital $90,000, 27th February, 1908 2319

Co-Operative Society of Canadian Projectionist Lecturers, capital $20,000, 4th Mav,

1908 .\ 2977

Copeland-Chatterson-Crain, Limited, capital $1,000,000, 22nd April, 1908 2805

Copp, Clark Co., capital increased to $300,000, 17th January, 1908 1844

Corinthia Manufacturing Co., capital $20,000, 19th June, 1907 3104

Crown Lithographing Co., capital $100,000, 22nd November, 1907 1314

Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., capital increased to $4,000,000, 23rd May, 1907 2788

Capital increased to $10,000,000, 1st May, 1908 2802

Daisy Mining Co., capital $20,000, 20th November, 1907 1313

Danville Water, light and Power Co., capital $80,000, 11th April, 1907 2412

Daoust Realty, Limited, capital $100,000, 16th January, 1908 1844

Dawes & Co., capital $600,000, 28th August, 1907 500

Detonite Explosives, Limited, capital $150,000, 24th October, 1907 1041

DeWitt Construction and Realty Co., capital $80,000, 12th July, 1907 63

Dignard, Limited, capital $95,000, 8th August, 1907 318

Dillon's, Limited, capital $49,000, 18th July, 1907 133

D. McCall Co., capital $.500,000, 26th May, 1908 3103

D. Morrice Co., capital $400,000, 9th January-, 1908 1772

Dominion Asbestos Mines, capital $1,200,000, 21st February, 1908 2254

Dominion Bridge Co., capital increased to $2,000,000, 31.Ht May, 1907 2857

Powers extended, 7th June, 1907 2931

Dominion Chemical Co., capiUl $100,000, 23rd January, 1908 1928

Dominion Dredging Co., capital increased to $500,000, 24th September, 1907 79i

Dominion Dump Car Co., name changed to Hart-Otis Car Co., 25th October, 1907. 1041

Dominion Nickel Copper Co., capital $10,000,000, 30th August, 1907 500

Dominion Pharmacal Co., capital $100,000, 14th June, 1907 3106

Dominion Pharmacal Co., capital $500,000, 29th November, 1907 1385

Dominion Petroleum Co., capital $150,000, 12th December, 1907 1518

Dominion Radiator Co., capital iucrea.sed to $600,000, 25th April, 1907 2533

l>ominion Sand and Stone Co., capital $20,000, 29th November, 1907 1385

Dominion Tag, Label and Ticket Co., capital $10,000, 24th October, 1907 1012

Dominion Tar and Ammonia Co., capital $^10,000, 29th May, 1008 3104

Dufresne & Locke, Limited, capital $250,000, 5th July, 1907 12

Dupuis Fr^res, Limited, capital $500,000, 17th March, 1908 2520

Eastern Cigar Co., capital $15,000, 19th April. 1907 2485

Edmonton Standard Coal Co., capital increased to $500,000 31st May, 1907 2857

E. Dufault MiUing Co., ca})ital $20,000, 29th October, 1907 1107

Economical Dnig Co. of Canada, capital increased to $10,000, 11th February, 1908. 2180

Electric Distributing Co., capital $100,000, 12th May, 1908 2978

Electric Smelters, Limited, capital $18,000, 21st Ju.i'o, 1907 3104

E. P. Chariton & Co., capital $75,000, 26th July, 1907 196



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E. and T. Fairbanks & Co., capital $150,000, 16th August, 1907 378

Ethelwold Steamship Co., capital $20,000, 5th June, 1907 2931



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