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22   COMMISSION OF' CONSERVATION

City junction and North Lake, 56.4 miles, patrol shall be by the section men, track walkers, and watchmen; minimum of one round trip per day.

Rainy River Subdivision--Between International boundary and South junction, Man., 18.6 miles, one man with velocipede; this man shall also provide a patrol of two round trips per day over the gravel pit spur, approximately 1.5 miles in length.

Between South junction and Carrick, 19.7 miles, one man with velocipede; special attention shall be paid the grades near Badger.

Between Carrick and Marchand, 22.6 miles, one man with velocipede.

Ridgeville Subdivision—Between Sundown and South junction, 24.7 miles, one man with velocipede.

Oak Point Subdivision—Between St. James and Gypsumville, 156.7 miles, the patrol and fire-fighting work shall be a part of the regular duties of the section men, track walkers and watchmen.

 

WESTERN DIVISION

Swan River Subdivision—Between Ethelbert and Minitonas, 57.5 miles, three men with velocipedes, distributed as follows: Between Ethelbert and Pine River, 18.9 miles; between Pine River and Cowan, 18.1 miles; between Cowan and Minitonas, 20.5 miles.

Erwbod Subdivision—Between Bowsman and Hudson Bay junction, Sask., 91.6 miles, four men with velocipedes; with approximately equal mileages.

Prince Albert Subdivision—Between Hudson Bay junction and mileage 265 (between Osgoode and Tisdale), 65.3 miles, three men with velocipedes, with approximately equal mileages.

Hudson Bay Subdivision—Between Hudson Bay and The Pas, 87.5 miles, four men with velocipedes, with approximately equal mileages. At the option of the Company, there may be substituted for the above two men with power speeders, one between Hudson Bay junction and Cantyre. 43 miles, and one between Canty-re and The Pas, 44.5 miles.

Duck Lake Subdivision—Between Macdowall and the water tank at mileage 217, 11.6 miles, within The Pines forest reserve, one man with velocipede; minimum patrol of two round trips per day.

Shellbrook and Crooked Lake Subdivisions—Between Prince Albert and Big River, four men with velocipedes, to be distributed as follows: Between Prince Albert and Holbein, 20.4 miles; between Holbein and McOwan, 22.7 miles; between McOwan and Eldred, 22.3 miles; between Eldred and Big River, 19.6 miles. Special attention is required with regard to logging engines.

Athabaska Subdivision—Between Edmonton and Athabaska Landing. Alta.. approximately 95 miles, patrol shall be maintained by the section men, track walkers and watchmen.


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