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THE RAILWAY FIRE SITUATION   17

through British Columbia, west of Leanchoil, and branches within the railway belt; also Kettle Valley railway lines within the railway belt. Mr. Cameron was assisted by three divisional fire inspectors, W. R. Peacock, R. D. McDonald and James Selkirk.

W. N. Millar, district inspector of forest reserves, Calgary, Alberta, appointed fire inspector for Dominion forest reserves in Alberta. This includes those portions of the Canadian Pacific, Canadian Northern and Grand Trunk Pacific lines within the forest reserves on the east slope of the Rockies. Mr. Millar was assisted by Messrs. S. H. Clark and R. Al. Brown, divisional fire inspectors.

E. H. Finlayson, inspector of fire ranging, Winnipeg, Man., appointed fire inspector; to handle inspection work in the forested portions of Manitoba and Saskatchewan, and in Alberta outside Dominion forest reserves and parks. This includes portions of the Canadian Pacific, Canadian Northern and Grand Trunk Pacific rail-ways. Mr. Finlayson was assisted by T. McNaughton, divisional fire inspector.

  1. C. Miller, assistant gold commissioner, Whitehorse, Y. T., was appointed district fire inspector. Through co-operative arrangement, Mr. Miller covered the White Pass and Yukon lines in Yukon and British Columbia as well as the Klondike Mines railway, in Yukon.

 

 

The inspection work handled by the Dominion Parks

DomsnB Parks Branch Branch, Department of the Interior, embraces lines within Dominion parks in Alberta and the railway belt of British Columbia.

P. C. B. Hervey, chief superintendent Dominion parks, Edmonton, Alberta, appointed fire inspector for Dominion parks.

E. N. Russell, superintendent of Yoho and Glacier parks, Field, B.C., appointed divisional fire inspector for Yoho and Glacier parks.

  1. J. Clarke, superintendent, Rocky Mountains park, Banff, Alberta, appointed fire inspector for Rocky Mountains park; H. E. Sibbald, assistant fire inspector.

N. C. Sparks, superintendent, Jasper Park, Jasper, Alberta, appointed fire inspector for Jasper park.

Railways covered by the above organization are those portions of the Canadian Pacific, Canadian Northern, and Grand Trunk Pacific, which are included within the various park boundaries.

Fire-guard Inspection, Alberta—Benj. Lawton, chief game and fire guardian, Department of Agriculture, Edmonton, appointed provincial fire-guard inspector. Mr. Lawton was assisted by Messrs. Donald McEachern, James I. Brewster and Chas. H. Pinnell, fire-guard inspectors. Railways covered are the Canadian Pacific, Canadian

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