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18   COMMISSION OF CONSERVATION

Northern and Grand Trunk Pacific, within the prairie sections of Alberta.

Fire-guard Inspection, Saskatchewan—R. J. McLean, fire commissioner, Regina, appointed provincial fire-guard inspector. Railways covered are the Canadian Pacific, Canadian Northern and Grand Trunk Pacific, within the prairie portions of the province.

Ontario—The inspection work handled by the Department of Lands and Forests of the Province of Ontario is as follows:

E. J. Zavitz, provincial forester, Toronto, appointed provincial fire inspector, to exercise general supervision over the Board's fire inspection work in the province.

Max Rabbitts, district fire inspector: Canadian Pacific railway between Port Arthur and Ingolf, and Grand Trunk Pacific railway between Fort William and the Manitoba boundary.

Jas. Windle, district fire inspector: Canadian Pacific railway between Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie and between Sudbury and Cold-water junction, and the Canadian Northern Ontario railway between Sudbury and Washago.

R. A. Allen, district fire inspector : Canadian Pacific railway between Sudbury and Nipigon.

C. Liddon Bliss, district fire inspector : Canadian Pacific railway between Port Arthur and Nipigon, Canadian Northern Ontario railway between Port Arthur and Nipigon, and the Canadian Northern railway between Port Arthur and Rainy River and North Lake.

L. P. Didier, district fire inspector: Canadian Pacific railway between Sudbury and Pembroke, and Grand Trunk railway between North Bay and Atherley junction, and between Depot Harbour and Pembroke.

Quebec—The inspection work handled by the Forest Protection Branch, Department of Lands and Forests, of the Province of Quebec, is as follows:

W. C. J. Hall, chief of the Forest Protection Branch, Quebec, appointed provincial fire inspector, to exercise general supervision over the Board's fire inspection work in the province.

N. McCuaig, district fire inspector: Canadian Pacific railway between Ottawa, Maniwaki and Waltham, and between Mattawa and Kipawa.

Art. Bedard, district fire inspector: Canadian Pacific lines in Quebec north of the St. Lawrence river, between Quebec and Ottawa, and branches; Canadian Northern Quebec railway between Quebec and Grenville, and branches.


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