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also be bridge watchman. Between mileage 55 and Paulson, 7.4 miles, one foot patrolman. Between Paulson and Coryell, 4 miles, one man with velocipede, who may also be bridge watchman. Between Coryell and mileage 74, 7.6 miles, one foot patrolman. Between mileage 74 and Cascade, 7.9 miles, one foot patrolman. Between Cascade and mileage 92.3, 10.4 miles, one man with velocipede. Between mileage 92.3 and Grand Forks, 2.5 miles, one foot patrolman, who may also be bridge watchman. Between Grand Forks and Fisherman, 5.6 miles, one man with velocipede, who may also be bridge watchman. Between Fisherman and Eholt, 8.4 miles, one foot patrolman. Between Eholt and Greenwood, 8.5 miles, one man with velocipede. Between Green-wood and Midway, 9.3 miles, one man with velocipede. Between Greenwood and Mother Lode Mine, 6.3 miles, one foot patrolman, who may also be bridge watchman. Between East Granby and Granby Smelter, 2.2 miles, one foot patrolman, who may also be bridge watch-man.

Slocan Subdivision—Between South Slocan and Perry, 23.4 miles, one man with velocipede to patrol thirty minutes after each train. Between Perry and Slocan City, 7.9 miles, patrol by sectionmen and other regular employees, with a minimum of one round trip per day, to follow as closely as possible thirty minutes after each train passing over the line in the day time.

Phoenix Subdivision—Between Eholt and Athelston, 5.5 miles, and between Coltern and B.C. Mines, 2.4 miles, total 8 miles, one foot patrolman. Between Reffek and Athelston, 3.1 miles, and between Athelston and Phoenix, 4.2 miles, total 7.3 miles, one foot patrolman.

Rossland Subdivision—Between Castlegar junction and Smelter junction, 18.7 miles, one man with velocipede. Between Smelter junction and Rossland, 10.6 miles, one foot patrolman. An additional foot patrolman shall be assigned should such action become necessary at any time in the judgment of the divisional fire inspector at Nelson.

Nakusp Subdivision—Between Nakusp and Sandon, 40.7 miles, three men with velocipedes to patrol thirty minutes after each train, as follows: Between Nakusp and Summit Lake, 12.7 miles; between Summit Lake and Rosebery, 15.7 miles ; between Rosebery and Sandon. 12.3 miles.

Kaslo Subdivision—Between Three Forks and Kaslo, approximately 25 miles, one man with power speeder.


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