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34   COMMISSION OF CONSERVATION

being carried on. These patrolmen shall so far as possible be mounted, but where this action is not practicable a foot patrol shall be maintained.

CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (EASTERN LINES)
ATLANTIC DIVISION

Bay Shore Subdivision—Between St. John and St. Stephen, 83.7 miles, special patrol by sectionmen, or by special patrolmen at option of company.

Fredericton Subdivision. Between Fredericton Junction and Fredericton, 22.15 miles, one man with velocipede.

St. Andrews Subdivision—Between Watt junction and Chamcook, 23.11 miles, patrol by sectionmen.

St. Stephen Subdivision—Between McAdam junction and St. Stephen, 33.91 miles, one man with power speeder.

1Voodstock Subdivision—Between McAdam junction and Canter-bury, 22.47 miles, one man with power speeder.

Tobique Subdivision—Between Perth Junction and Plaster Rock, 27.49 miles, one man with velocipede.

Gibson Subdivision—Between Newburg and Millville, 20.63 miles, and between Millville and Keswick, 26.59 miles, one man with power speeder.

LINES IN QUEBEC

Moosehead Subdivision—Between Boundary and Megantic, 16.26 miles, one man with velocipede.

 

EASTERN DIVISION

Megantic Subdivision—Between Megantic and Scotstown, 25.00 miles, one man with velocipede.

Laurentian Subdivision—Between Nomining and Mont Laurier, 34.47 miles, two men with velocipedes with approximately equal mileages.

Waltham Subdivision—Between Davidson and Fort Coulonge, 1.94 miles, patrol by sectionmen.

Timiskaming Subdivision—Between Mattawa and Timiskaming, 37.5 miles, two men with velocipedes.

Kipawa Subdivi.,.ion—Between Timiskaming and Kipawa, 10.5 miles, one patrolman.


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