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CONTENTS

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PART I. THE RAILWAY FIRE SITUATION, BY CLYDE LEAVITT    1

GENERAL ORDER No. 107, B.R.0    4

CHANGES MADE BY GENERAL ORDER No. 107    9

JURISDICTION OF BOARD    10

RAILWAY LINES SUBJECT TO BOARD    10

RAILWAY LINES SUBJECT TO BOARD BY PROVINCES    12

STEAM RAILWAYS NOT SUBJECT TO BOARD    14

ORGANIZATION    15

CO-OPERATION WITH BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST BRANCH   16

DOMINION FORESTRY BRANCH    16

DOMINION PARKS BRANCH    17

FIRE GUARD INSPECTION, ALBERTA    17

FIRE GUARD INSPECTION, SASKATCHEWAN    18

ONTARIO    18

QUEBEC    18

NEW BRUNSWICK    19

NOVA SCOTIA    19

RAILWAY FIRE PATROLS    19

CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY PATROLS    21

REQUIREMENTS OF BOARD    21

CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (WESTERN LINES)    25

GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY    29

GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY BRITISH COLUMBIA)    31

KETTLE VALLEY RAILWAY (BRITISH COLUMBIA)    32
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY (VANCOUVER ISLAND,

B.C.)    32
VICTORIA AND SIDNEY RAILWAY (VANCOUVER ISLAND, B.C.) 33 EDMONTON, DUNVEGAN AND BRITISH COLUMBIA RAILWAY

(ALBERTA)    33

CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (EASTERN LINES)    34

GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY    35

CANADIAN NORTHERN ONTARIO RAILWAY    35

CANADIAN NORTHERN QUEBEC RAILWAY    35

TEMISCOUATA RAILWAY    35

VELOCIPEDE VS. POWER SPEEDER PATROLS    35

SUMMARY OF FIRE REPORTS    38

STATISTICS OF FIRE REPORTS    340

INSTRUCTIONS TO RAILWAY EMPLOYEES    44

INSPECTION OF FIRE PROTECTIVE APPLIANCES    44

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