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30   COMMISSION OF CONSERVATION

shall devote his whole time to the supervision and inspection of the patrol and other fire protective work of the section crews. Between the Ontario-.Manitoba boundary and Elma, Man., 35 miles, one man with power speeder.

MOUNTAIN DIVISION

Between Edmonton and Entwistle, Alberta, 66.1 miles, section patrol. Between Entwistle and Peers, 43.6 miles, one man with power speeder.

On the Alberta Coal Branch, three men with power speeders as follows: Between Bickerdike and Coalspur, 37 miles; between Coalspur and Lovett, 19.5 miles; and between Coalspur and Mountain Park, approximately 30 miles.

Between Peers and Galloway, 39.7 miles, one man with power speeder; between Galloway and Dyke, 40.8 miles, one man with power speeder; between Dyke and Pocahontas, 18 miles, one man with velocipede; between Pocahontas and Jasper, 26 miles, one man with power speeder; between Jasper and Yellowhead, 17 miles, one man with velocipede.

Between Yellowhead and Shelley, B.C., 225.3 miles, five men with power speeders, as follows: Between Yellowhead and Albreda, 44.8. miles; between Albreda and McBride, 45.4 miles; between McBride and Kidd, 50.8 miles; between Kidd and Dewey, 40.4 miles; between Dewey and Shelley, 43.9 miles. Between Shelley and the end of steel, as it is laid in a westerly direction, an equivalent patrol shall be maintained, as directed by the divisional fire inspector having jurisdiction. Between the end of steel which is being laid westerly from Prince George, and the end of steel which is being laid easterly from Words-worth, one foot patrolman shall be assigned for each ten miles of the line under construction: provided, however, that if a co-operative agreement shall be entered into between the company and the Lands Department of the Province of British Columbia, whereby the patrol along this portion of the line is to be handled by said Department of Lands, such arrangement shall be considered a satisfactory substitute for the special patrols above enumerated.

As track-laying is completed on the two portions of the line between Shelley and Rose Lake, power speeder patrols shall be established by the company, on the basis of one man for each 40 to 50 miles of track, as directed by the divisional fire inspector having jurisdiction.

Between Rose Lake and Amsbury, 215.3 miles, four men with power speeders, as follows: Between Rose Lake and Knockholt, 55.6 miles; between Knockholt and Beament, 50.1 miles; between Beament


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